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COLUMBIA, 8. C.
Sunday Morning, Jone ?.JL870.
A Noble Programm?.
It has occurred, doubtless, to many of
our readers, tbat it is impossible to con?
ceive of a nobler, a higher and a parer
suggestion than that' oontaiued ia the
following langnngo from the New Testa?
"Finally, brethren, whatsoever things
are true, whatsoever things are honest,
whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever
things are lovely, whatsoever things are
of good report; if thoro he aDy virtue,
and if there be any praise, think on these
On this morning, turning aside from
the secular considerations of the day
and the hour, it may be well for us to
suggest that this principle of action may
well be carried out in all the departments
of human effort. The TKUE, the BEAUTI?
FUL, the GOOD-these are the elementa
commended to us in the inspired exhor?
tation. And it is in the pursuit and
practice of these things that wo secure
that happiness which men oft-times seek
in other channels. Ia business, ia pri?
vate life, in politics, at home and abroad,
in youth, in manhood, in old agc, well
may we think on such things as aro tr ur,
honest, pure, lovely, and of good report.
FENIANS IN LONDON.-The English
capital is suffering a little onoe more
from terrorism of Fenians. It is feared
that there are large deposits of arms at
Birmingham, Sheffield and Manchester,
and that the Fenians are anticipating
some sort of outbreak. Tho London
Fenians have almost entirely coased their
public meetings, and are reticent and
apparently tranquil. Yet it is well known
to the police that great numbers of the
London Irish have armed themselves re?
cently, their favorite weapon being the
revolver, and that Fenians from Ireland
are hanging about all the arms manufac?
turing establishments in tho Lancashire
district. While all must sympathize with
the wrongs of Ireland, it is evident that
the kind of vengeance boro contemplated
caa do no good. The severest and most
dignified resentment Irishman can dis
display against England is that repudia?
tion of her government in Ireland which
is shown by their emigration to America,
where, in all the years past, they have
found liberty and grand opportunities,
and where their presence is more than
ever necessary to help to presorvo liberty.
BE WISE AND STAX* AT HOME.-Many
of those who have migrated Westward,
under the glowing description of the
"chances" oat there, and the interested
advice of those who have lands to sell
and "paper oities" to fill up with in?
habitants, are meeting with disappoint?
ments. At Humboldt, Kansas, recently,
thore were nearly a thousand omigranl
wagons, filled with distressed women and
ohildren, whoso husbands and father;
had been induced to abandon their
homes on no moro substantial ground.'
than statements of interested parties,
and the delusive hope that they could
better their condition, without knowing
how it was to be done. In Kansas Citj
the wages of labor are lower than at th<
East, and employment is n boon. S(
says the New ?ork Times.
A horrible story of brigandage renelle:
us from Chili. Lagoberon, a notorious
bandit captaiu, was so closely pursued
by a body of South American troops re
cently, that he was compelled to deser
his band of brother cut-throats, who hue
been the terror of the whole country
round, and take refuge in a cavern Bitu
ated near the summit of ono of the loft}
mountains of the Sierra Profunda. It
this cavern he had conoealed a femah
captive, whose husband he had robbet
and slain. The soldiers made severa
ineffectual attempts to reaoh the abodi
of the culprit. Lngoboron, a man o
gigantic stature and herculean strength
succeeded in beating them off by rolling
heavy rocks down upou them wheneve
they approached. The officer in com
mund of the troops resolved at first ti
starve the bandit out, but ufter two days
blockade, grew weary of so tedious ai
oxpedient, improvised an escalade of th
ahieftain's stronghold, and succeeded ii
capturing him. To their horror, npoi
entering tho cavern, they found tho poo
woman in a dying condition, Lagoberot
having cut off ouo of tho breasts of hi
unfortuuate captivo and eaten it. Th?
inhuman butcher was convoyed to Talca
whore ho was promptly tried nud cou
dem.md to die by the garrote. He wn
speedily conducted to tho scaffold, nm
while tho executioner was engaged in ad
justing his toilette de mort, the convie
drew a whistle, which ho had concealei
in his pocket, and blew it sharply
whereupon, about sixty of his followers
who had introduoed themselves nmong.s
the crowd surrounding tho scaffold
rushed upou the gendarmes and mnssn
cred them ero they could offer any resisl
ance. They then freed thoir chief, an
garroted his would-be-exocutioner, aftc
which they escaped almost unscathed, t
tho mountain!), facilitating their fligl
by seizing the horses of tho murdore
gendarmes. They nlso curried off seven
women from the throng gathered to wi
ness tho execution.
Tho female brokers, Woodhull, Chilli
Sc Co., have fizzled out.
It was a very happy thought in some
one at the Elgin Watch Fa cs to ry to name
their ladies* watch tho "Lady Elgin."
We venture to say that (ho man who Bug
Srested the name is ono who would be a
avorite with the ladies. In other words,
a man ot sense, of taste, nnd a gentle?
man. For what lady would not prefer
to oarry an exquisite time-keeper Hko the
"Lady Elgin, and with that name, to
one with a trade mark of "Samuel Ap?
pleby & Co.," or something similar? We
like the name "Lady Elgin," and, un?
derstanding that the watch itself ia the
handsomest, strongest and cheapest la?
dies' watch yet ruado in this country, we
predict for tho Elgin Company au im?
mense demand for thom.
DESTKDOTION OP ILLICIT STILLS-CAI?
TUIIK or TUE BLUE HIDOE GIANT, &C.
Tho revenue officers iu Virginia are yet
busily engaged in limiting up and cap?
turing violators of the law. Despatches
received at tho Revenue Bureau an?
nounce that in tho Third District, Depu?
ty Collector Wiggin and Assistant As?
sessor Duncan Thompson havo succeeded
in capturing tho notorious Blue Ridge
illicit still:), destroying them and captur?
ing the stock. &c. They also took pri?
soner Samuel Morrison, the Bluo Ridge
giant, said to be eight feet and large in
proportion. He was the proprietor of
one of the stills. This capture was made
in a gorge in the mountain near Flint
Hill, Rappabannock County.
A Havaua correspondent writes that
the rainy season has set in in Cuba, and
that yellow fever bas broken out nt
Nuevitas and Puerto Principe, greatly
to . the consternation of the Spaniards.
He also reports Cuban successes in seve?
ral small engagements. The rebels are
still presenting themselves in large num?
bera to the authorities, and imploring
for pardon. Tbe Voz dc Cuba "positive?
ly knowa" that President C?spedes ia
trying to escape to the United States, bnt
is prevented by bis partisans.
A NEW AND VALUABLE INVENTION.
The newspapers of the South-west bring
us glowing accounts of the performauces
of a new cotton gin which has just been
tested in St. Louis. By it, tbe labor of
picking the cotton from the bolls is said
to be eutirely dispensed with; audit is
now only necessary to pluck "bolls, cot
tou and all," from the stalk. It is esti?
mated that one hnud can pick 1,000
pounds in tbe new way quicker thau a
person could pick 150 pounds after tho
On Saturday night, about 9 o'clock, a
mau named Heury Gengnngle, twenty
eight years of ugo, residing with bis
father, at tho corner of Chester anti
Hampstead streets, Baltimore, was found
drowned in a tub of water in tbe yard
attached to the house. Dr. Spicer, city
corouer, held an inquest, aud tbe jury
rendered a verdict that tbo deoeased
came to bis death by being accidentally
drowned in a tub of water, while laboring
under a tomporary aberration of miud.
A POLITICAL FULCRUM.-Tbe Boston
Post declares that "with New York for a
fulorum, the National Democratic party
will be able to overturn the mountain of
corruption which now oppresses tho
land, restore the Government to honest
bands, relieve the people from burdens
imposed by an usurping and tyrannical
parly, and once more give all the States
what the Constitution promises-a re?
publican form of government."
As au evidence that women are gradu?
ally getting their rights, and creeping
slowly, but surely, into a custom of
which men have always retained a mono?
poly, it is stated that there is a family of
high social position in New York, iu
which ono daughter has died of delirium
tremens, and another bas had the jim
jams, but got out of them alive. Woman
ia coming, as sure as you live.
ARCTIC EXPLOKATIONS.-Senator Salis?
bury made, tho other day, n very happy
suggestion, in saying that the only Arctic
expedition worthy of Government sub?
sidy would bo one which should under?
take filially to remove the North Pole,
that ignis faluus of geographers, and so
put an end to the waste of life and trea?
sure that bas resulted from vain attempts
to get near it.
The outrageous conduct relative to tho
graves of Confederate dead at Arlington
was repeated on last decoration day.
Even a widow, who attempted to place a
bunch of flowers on tbe grave of her dead
son, was brutally ordered to remove it.
"Confederate Graves," in large letters,
marked tho resting-place of tbe eighteen
soldiers remaining in tbe Federal ceme?
A band of Sioux, in the recent Indian
cainpaign, were pursued by a body of
cavalry. The Indians, seeing that escape
was hopeless, sat quietly on their horses
till the troopers rode up, and then, by a
sudden display of their blankets, so ter?
rified Ibo auimals ridden by the troops,
that a stampedo occurred among them,
while tho I minais made good their escape.
The professional barber in Florence,
S. C., is literally a carpet-bagger, who
has no business habitation. When
wau ted in tho hotel to exercise his pro?
fessional skill, a small flag is placed in
front of tho building. He comes, does
the tonsorial artisticalities, and demands
pay for bis services as high as it appears
to bim the customer's good nature will
Senator Beares, who was accidentally
shot iu New Orleans, died of bis wound
Sunday. Tho woman with wbom he was
found (not bis wife) nnd.bimself had boen
drinking freely, and he was wounded in
a struggle for the possession of a pistol
which bo was flourishing in a daugerons
A widow in Nebraska is under arrest,
charged with killing her four children,
in order that she might bo free from im?
pediments to a second marriage.
Billiard-Players, go to Pollock's.
The Brandon (Miss.) Republican states
that General Robert Lowry has received
a long and friendly letter from General
W. W. Loriug, dated Cairo, Egypt.
General Loriug is in the military sernco
of the Viceroy, with the rank of Briga?
dier-General, is well pleased, and speaks
in high terms of the Viceroy.
A lot of boys have been arrested in
New Orleans, for catting off cows' tails
for the sake of the hair. The New Or
lean Republican supposes that some of it I
now decorates tho pretty heads of the
Canal street belles, aud passes for human
It is rumored that the janitor of a Now
York city hospital weekly sells from
seven to nine barrels of human flesh in
fragments, remnants of tho dissecting
table, to tho soap-fat man. The finest
and daintiest toilot soaps aro mudo there
from it, if rumor be believed.
Three young men from Jordan, New
York, took possesedou of n team and
drove rapidly through tho streets of thnt j
town, when tho horses becoming fright?
ened, ran off and npset the party. Chas.
Mo'ich was instantly killed, and his two
companions severely injured.
SUOOTINO AFFAIR.-A difficulty occur?
red on Wednesday last, somo six miles
from this place, between Mr. Androw V.
Eichelberger nud E. A. Hackett, in
which the latter was shot in the arm or
shoulder. We know nothing of tho
A negro was shot nt Marcelline, III.,
by a blood-thirsty Republican, for deli?
berately winning ten cents from him. In
some places, they haven't got accus?
tomed to such familiarity yet, and kill
niggers before they think how it looks.
A political meeting was held at Green?
ville OD the eveniug of May 30th. An
address was delivered by E. E. Stokes,
Esq., Democratic candidate for Con?
gress from the Fourth District. He was
followed by Mr. H. C. Hack, Republican.
STRUCK BY LIOHTNINO.-Two colored
mon were struck by lightning, Thurs?
day afternoon, on Mr. Seabrook's plan?
tation, on James Island, and instantly
Miss Ada Huth, of Omaha, killed
herself, with a pistol, on her bridal day,
because of a sudden return of "first
love," and her wedding fixings adorned
a cold corpse.
Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight,
when properly combined, makes tho
most powerful blood purifier known.
Ask for DR. TUTT'S. J5
A Sioux who wishes to compliment the
Quakers has named himself after William
Penn, which he translates Bill Quill.
If you consult your welfare, fail not
to read the advertisement headed "BAD
Smokists and che wists, call nt the
nr\f\ BUSHELS COHN, just received
I \J\J and slightly damaged. Will be sold
low m lots at tho railroad, by
June 5 _ CAMPBELL A JONES.
Gas Bills for Month of May.
CONSOME KS will attend to tho payment of
their bills with promptness. Tho rule
agaiust defaulters will he again rigidly en?
forced. JACOB LEVIN,
June 6 3 Sec'y Columbia Oas Co.
5FIRST CLASS LOCAL DRY G >ODS
SALESMEN. Salary to commenco in Au?
gust; services to commenco in September.
Salary liberal; engagement permanent; appli?
cations confidential. R. C. SHIVER.
KV Guardian copy. June H 1
Elmwood Cemetery Company.
THE stockholders of Elmwood Comotory will
hold their aunual meeting in tho room of
tho Young Men's Christian Association, over
tho old State Bank, on TUESDAY, tho 7th day
of Juno, 1870, at ll o'clock a. m.
I June 5 2_H. O. QUERRY'. Secretary.
King's Mountain Military School,
YORKVlLIiE, S. i .
THE Second Session of thc
/TLSHW School year of 1870, will begin on
c?lGKfcgthe 1st of JULY and end on the
Hlijltf^E'Wth of November.
JW^Mr TERMS.-For School Expenses,
<S*r i. e., Tuition, Books, Stationery,
Ac,. Boarding, Fuol, Lights and Washing,
(135 in curroncy, per session of flvo months.
For circulars, containing full particulars,
apply to COL. A. COWARD,
Juno 5 mwO Principal and Proprietor.
Celebrated Lion Brewery Beer,
ON ICE, on and after this date, at
Juno 4_ EXCHANGE HOUSE.
Fresh Newark Cider,
BOTTLED in quarts and pints, for family
uae, by PAYSINGER A FRANKLIN,
June 4 Exchango House.
Refrigerators and Water Coolers.
ALARGE supply of tho latest and most
improved patterns, just received and for
salo by A. PALMER.
Juno 3 4_
Choice May Butter.
6TUBS CHOICE MAY BUTTER, just re?
ceived and for sale by
Juno 1_J. fc T. R. AGNEW.
Choice Family Flour.
pr/^V BARREL8 CHOICE FAMILY' FLOU It,
?)U fresh ground from selected Wheat,
and warranted tho best, in tho markot.
25 barrels Hcckor's SELF-RAISING FLOUR,
for salo low by tho barrel and at retail by
June 1_ J. & T. R. AGNEW.
NOTICE ia given that Richland County has
boon divided into eight (8) School Dis?
tricts, as follows:
School District No. 1-First Township.
School District No. 2-That portion of Town?
ship No. 1 lying between lat Township and
School District No. 3--Portion of 4th Town?
ship botwoen Cedar Crook and Tom C-oek.
School District No. 4-Portion ot 4th Town?
ship botwoen Tom Crook and Watoroo River.
School Distriot No. ?-Portion of 3d Town?
ship botwoen Statosburg Road and Camdon
School District No. C-Portion of 31 Town?
ship between Camden Road and Charlotto and
South Carolina Railroad.
Schcol District No. 7-Portion of 2d Town?
ship between Charlotte and South Carolina
Railroad and Winnaboro Road.
School District No. 8-Portion of 2d Town
shin between Winnsboro Road and Greenville,
and Columbia Railroad.
N. E. EDWARDS,
June 4 2 Sobool Commissioner H. 0.
Connoisseurs, go to Pollock'H.
The planters and others are holding
privato meetings in Havana, at which
they disease the proposed abolition of |
slavery. A number of memorials and
other documents on the subject aro to bo
laid before the Oabinot and Cortes.
A white hotel waiter was kicked out of \
a certain botel in New York, becanse be
didn't removo his bat when be went to
the cashier after his salary. Ho went
Senator Revels' sister is in a New York
hospital. Ho gave ber fifty couts ou bis
Into visit there.
Driukists, go to Pollock's.
Jerome B. Colgate will serve a year iu
Sing Sing, for circulating obscene pic?
tures through thc mails.
Everybody, go to Pollock's!
An Illinois man got a divorce from bis
wife, and hired her to do tho housowork
at two dollars a week.
Thirsty people, go to Pollock'?.
WILL commence a juvenile HINGING
SCHOOL, at the Palmetto Hall, THIS
AFTERNOON, at half-past 4 o'clock. Tho
class will moot every afternoon, for two weeks.
Tuition for thirteen* lessons, 50 cents, includ?
ing a book. _*"l,n.lA_^* _
THE NEW ORLEANS
PARLOR OPERA TROUPE
WILL appear at Nickcrson Hall, MON?
DAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
aar For particulars, seo small bills.
Juno 4 j
Selling Off to Close Out.
AS I intond hereafter to keep ouiv a FIRST
CLASS JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT,
1 will sell out, at and below cost, my ENTIRE
STOCK of Pistols. Guns, Powder Flasks, Shot
Pouches, Caps, Cartridges, l'owder and all
other Fancy Articles.
A fine lot of FANS, B?lling very low.
Columbia Hotel Row,
June 1 . Columbia. S. C.
TnE CHRISTMAS GUEST, by Mre. South
Tho Court and Timos of Queen Elizabeth,
by Miss Aiken, $2 25.
Tho Caged Lion; a Novel, bv Miss Yonge,
Hammer and Auvil, Spielhagcus' last and
best novel, *2 00.
Memoir of Dr. Scudder, 3G ycara Missionary
in India, $1.75.
Prince of Wales' Travels in Egypt, Con?
stantinople and the East, $1.50.
Tho Vicar of Rullhampton, by Trollopo,
f 1.25, and other now Books for salo at
BRYAN & McCARTER'S Bookstore.
*F YOU WANT A FIRST-CLASS GOLD OR
L Silver WATCH and CHAIN, call at
TF you want a FINE SET OF JEWELRY,
L call at ISAAC SULZBACHER'S.
rP you aro in need of SOLID SILVER or
L PLATED WARE, call at
VF Your eves aro failing, and you want the
L REST SPECTACLES, call at
IF you want a good and roliablu TIME-PIECE
or CLOCK, call at
Samples for Distribution.
i^t Oto nARDY SOLOMON'S and get a sample
VX of Dr. Price's CREAM BAKING POW?
DERS. All they want is a trial, to convince
houao-keopcra that they are the beet now in
uae. May 26
THREE months from dato, application will
be mado to tho Columbia Bridgo Compa?
ny for renewal of Scrip No.-, for forty
?aoven and a half Shires iu said Company,
standing in thc name of Dr. Thomas Wella
the original having been lost in transmission
by mail. C. H. BALDWIN, Attorney.
Juno 2 3mo
THE County Treasurer hereby giveB notice
that on and after THURSD-xY, the 9th of
JUNE, 1870. a penalty of TWENTY rea CENT,
will bo added to all taxes remaining unpaid
Office hourn for receipt of Tuxes, only fr. m !)
. m. to 2 p. m. J. W. DEN ? Y,
May 21) ?) Richland County Treasurer.
WE have removed our Law Oflien to tho
second story of tho "White Building"
of Law Range; entrance on Washington
street, opposite Columbia leo House.
May22 m3 BARNWELL A MONTEITH.
Hams, Beef Tongues.
O AA SUGAR-CURED Orango Hams.
1,000 lbs. Breakfast Bacon.
500 Iba. F M Smoked Tongues.
10 half bbla. Pickled Boot and Pork.
May 2?_ For aale hy E. HOPE.
THE uudersiguod givea notice that ho will
apply to Hon. Wm. Hutaon Wigg, Judge
of Probate, at his oflico. in Columbia, the 20th
of Juno, 1870, for huai dischargo aa Adminis?
trator of Jacob Wyrick, dooeaaod.
May 20 13f H. COON.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powders,
THE be8t now in uso, for salo bv
May 2G _ HARDY SOLOMON.
2rinO BUSH. PRIME WHITE CORN,
IUUVJ which will bo sold at lowest
market price, for cash, at
May 4_ HARDY SOLOMON'S.
Headquarters Dry Goods Division,
COLUMBIA. S. C.. JUNE 3, 1870.
GENERAL ORDER NO. 1,
Go to S. IV. Dorter & Co. for Bargains.
OUR counters aro now actually groaning
beneath tho heavy weight of frosh DRY
GOODS j nat to hand, per steamer, from Now
York. Wo propose to diminish this stock
about ono half, before tho first of July next;
and in order to accomplish this end wo know
wo must sell cheap. The enomy, "Dull Times,"
is upon us, and must bo mot and overcome.
We have liad many engagements with tile
aamo foo, and whipped him; will do so now,
let tho rcault bo aB it may. "Wo intend to
tight it out on this lino, if it takea all Bum?
mer." This is no idle jest, but a atom reality.
Wo aro the only House in tho city in posses?
sion of tho secret, how to mako dull timos
onay; 'tia well worth knowing. Wo commenco
to-riay giving gratuitona information to our
customers on this head. All wishing this
knowledgo can bo accommodated hy calling at
their headquarters. Byordcr oi S W. POR?
TE lt Si CO. G. BAROAINS, A. A. G.
P. 8.-Nor/o gennine oxcept thoso bearing our
signature. Beware of base imitators.
Stack's Corn Whiskey.
FOR aale bv
_MaTh_2_LOWRANCE St CO.
Law Books on the New Code.?
ALSO, a Variety of NEW LAW BOOK8
Aots of Legislature, Ac, for sale by
April 20 BRYAN A MoOARTER.
E? o o ov X lt? m ? .
PUBIITO MEETINQ.-A meeting of the
citizens of thia township was held io
the Court House, yesterday. OD mo?
tion, Mr. C. P. Pelham was called to the
ohair, and A. H. Monteith nnd J. H.
Bryan (colored) appointed Secretaries.
Tho chairman explained the object of
the meeting, and addresses were delivered
by speakers, white and colored. The
following delegates were appointed to tho
County meet i cg, to beheld on sale-day:
E. Seiblea, H. D. Seun, J. T. Sloan, Jr.,
j and Cmsar G arly, (colored.)
CRUMBS.-Steps have been talton by a
Dumber of young men of this city, to
organize n military company, and tender
their services to the Governor, ns volun?
teer militia. At a meeting held on the
evening of the 2d, tho following officers
were elected: R. O'Nsale, Jr., Captain;
C. J. Iredell, First Lieutenant; W. II.
Manning, Second Lieutenant; Julio
Smith, Third Lieutenant.
Tho Templeton troupe performed to a
very good house, hist night, and if we
should judgo of their efforts from the
applause bestowed, the audience must
have boen highly gratified. Little May
is a curiosity within herself; she sings
and dances to perfection.
The Carolina National Bunk will be
removed to-morrow, to tho building on
Main street, near Washington, wheu the
officers of that popular institution will
take formal and permanent possession ol
their new quarters.
Chalk mixture-the kind you give youl
babies when they get "out of sorts"
and about the same quantity-n tea
spoonful-is said to bo a sure remedy foi
J. B. Lippincott & Co., of Philadel
phiu, have furnished us with the Jun?
numbers of the Sunday Magazine, prict
3D oeufs; by the year. $3.50; 67ood Warda
25 cents; by the year, $2.75; Goot
Words for the Young, 25 cents; yearly
subscriptioD, $2.50. These magazine)
aro all illustrated, and tho rending mattel
of excellent quality.
Tho "New Orleans Parlor Open
Troupe" give a series of concerts-ri /<
Ethiopian-during tho present week, ii
tho Nickerson House Hall, eommencinj
to morrow (Mooday) eveuiug. It will
doubtless, provo attractive, as the per
formers-male and female-ure (avorabl;
spoken of by the papers in the variou
towns through which they have passed
In dull times a shrewd business mat
advertises to get rid of his stock; in gooi
times he advertises to notify tho publi
where to find tho best assortment; con
seqnently ho advertises at all times, nu
finds that it pays. To stop ndvertisin
is equivalent to Baying, "I have stoppe
business, and ask DO more favors of tb
The vote for cadet-selling Whittemoi
was about six to his opponent's one.
Persons desirous of investing in rei
estate, should attend the sales, by Sheri
Fruzee, to-morrow morniug.
A mortgage from the Wilmington, Ci
lumbia and Augusta Railroad, to Georg:
S. Brown and Enoch Pratt, of Bait
more, for $3,200,000, has been probat?
in Wilmington. Tho stamps nlor
amounted to $3,200. This is tho large
transaction that hus ever been recordt
in that city.
Tho indestructible tag is a great co
venienco to merchants. It answers tl
combined purpose of a direction lab
ard business card. Call ut the PIKEN:
Publishing House aud supply you
TUE MEETING YESTERDAY develop?
tho fact which wo well knew before, th
here, and wo believo elsewhere, refort
by means of colored help, will be foui
"a hard road to travel." Ephraim
very much joined to his idols, ai
although our reform friends work
hard and made some telling points, y
we are satisfied that thus far the atlem
on the colored rauks here is, iu its ?
?suits, uot unlike the late Fenian iovasii
TUE GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAI
ROAD.-The Greenville Enterprise lear
through a reliable source that tho ra
road company has received apropositic
from Northern contractors, offering
construct a line of telegraph ulong tl
railroad from Greenville to Columbi
(and wo suppose along tho braucht
also,) for $10,000, which is now und
consideration. If tho offer ho acepte
with anything liku proper force, tl
telegraph eau be completed iu tv
months. Tho railroad bed is now u
dergoing repairs, upon tho complete
of which tho schedule, requiring lc
time io run from Greenville to Cohn
bia, will bo published. Mr. Isaac St
vene, who comes from New Haven, Co
neoticnt, has been nppoiuted agent
tho company depot in Greenville, nt
snperceded Mr. John McKay on tl
first instant. The new incumbent li
had considerable experience on railroad
having been connected with them f
near twenty years at the North. He w
also oct ns general ticket agent for t
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS DAY.-Tri?
nity Church-Rev. P. J. Shnnd, Hector,
10% A. M. and 5% P. M.
St. Peter's Church-Rev. J. J. O'Con?
nell. Pastor, 10% A. M. ?nd 4 P. M.
"Washington Street Chapel-Kev. Wm.
Mnrtiu, 10}4 A. M. and 5 P. M.
Marion Street Church-Rev. W. W.
Mood, 10% A. M. and 8 P. M.
Lutheran Church-Rev. Mr. Gilbert,
of Savannah, 10% A. M.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. Wm. S.
Plumer, D. D., 10>.< A. M.; Rev. John
M ell ryde, 8 P. M.
Baptist Church-Rev. J. L. Reynolds,
10 % A. M.
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-The Northern
mail is opened for delivery at 8 a. m.;
closed at 8.30 n. m. Charleston, opened
at D.3U p. m.; closed nt 8.30 p. m.
Greenville, opened at 5.30 p. m.; closed
at S.30 p. m. Western, opened tit 9.30
a. m. ; closed at -lp. m. Charlcsto..,
(evening,) opened at 8 a. m.; closed nt
4.30 p. m. Ou Sunday, tho post office is
open from 9 to 10 a. m.
Tho PIICKNIX office is supplied with
every stylo of material from the small
metal letter to the largest wood type,
together with plniu and fancy cards,
paper, colored ink, bronze, etc. It is
the only establishment in the interior of
tho Stato where two and three sheet
posters eau be printed. AU kinda of
work in the printing line attended to at
A SAD EVENT.-On yesterday, all that
was mortal of an esteemed person was
hud in the grave. In the Methodist
cemetery, with the rites of the Episco?
pal Church, Mri. Elizabeth F. Tews
body was buried. This community and
the community of Hillsboro, N. C., will
unite in tho f-orrow which thia death ex?
cites. Mrs. Tew was the widow of Col.
C. C. Tew, who fell in the service of tho
Confederacy, at Sharpsburg. The re?
ports that prevailed, as to Col. Tew's
beiug alive and a prisoner at the Dry
Tortugas, excited, of course, the fondest
hopes in the mind of his widow, but at
last she was brought to feel and believe
that her husband's bo?y filled a soldier's
grave on tho sad field of Sharpaburg.
Her children were left to her. Forthem
she lived, and worked, and prayed; and
when, on j'e.sterduy, tho undertaker and
his assistants had completed their offices,
it was touching to see the orphaned chil?
dren of a true and gullaut Carolinian and
of his brave and devoted widow, lay
floral wreaths, tear-bedewed, upon the
grave of her-to them an earthly mother
no longer. Sad ia au event like this, but
iu the faith taught us, that God doeth
all thiugs well, and that He tempers the
i wiud to the shorn lamb-in this faith,
let us rest.
HOTEL AnnivALS, June 4- Columbia Hotel.
J K Vance, Ookesbury; D T Corbin. J W
O'brien, Charleston; T A Jeffers, J S Jeffers,
Richland; W R Miller, Md; P K McCully, J R
Cochran, II R Faut, Anderson; J M Rutland,
Winnsboro; W C Bennett, S C; R D Town?
send, Society Hill; Mrs Douglas, S C.
Kieker son House-J B Henry, C B Jones,
Miss Jones, Miss Pagan, Cheater; Rusaell and
nephew, Newberry; A C Wyley, New York;
Joseph Smith, J II Coles' Opera; J L Rose?
borough, Rock Hill; J W Coooran.bt Louis; A
baker, New York; Wm Johnston. Charlotte;
Franklin H Trumbull, Cleveland; J M Seigier,
belton; F C Johnson, St Stephens.
LIST OF NEW ADVEUTISEMENTB.
Campbell ft, Jones-Corn.
Jacob Levin-Auction SaleB, Ac.
D. C. Piexotto A Sou-Horses and Cattle.
ll. G. Querry-Elm wood Cemetery Company.
Col. A. Coward-Yorkvillo Military 8chool.
Tho best LIVES medicino ia HEiNi?sa'a
QUEEN'S DKLIOIIT. This wonderful vegotablo
compound Hcts with certainty upon the Liver
ami Stomach, without impairing tho functions
of any other organ, lt invigorates, restores,
improves the general condition of tho system;
regulates the Bowels by ita aperiout proper
tier; stimulates tho Liver and makes itaot;
siiongtlnns the digoation and gives tono (otho
mau. lt awakens the dull and sluggish Liver
to activity and life. Thia is, of all tho Beaton,
the timo to try it. Qo and got a bottle from
Heirn tub-you will not rogrot it. J5
Calomel at a discount. Defiance to Southern
Fevers. Good digestion secured by using
SIMMONS' LIVEU REOULATOB. J513
PURITY vs. POISON.-There ia as much differ?
ence between Pu ALON'S VITALIA OB SALVATION
FOK Tin? HAID and tho tilth-charged Lair
darkouers, as between tho Pool of Bethesda,
that an angel stirred, and a fever-breeding
mud pond. Tho Vitalia is cryataline flnid,
without a singlo impurity or noxious property,
and the naturalness of the shades it imparts
to grey hair is unequaled. J5t3
WOMAN'S WIGHTS.-One who has long studied
Ibis absorbing subject now presents to tho
women of our country tho result of his inves?
tigation*. Hu is happy to nay that he has at
last discovered '"Woman's Best Friend." It is
adapted, especially, to those caaes wbcro tko
womb is disordered, and will cure any irregu?
larity of tho "menses." Dr. J. RradQulil's
Female Regulator acts liko a charm in
?'whites," or in a Budden check of tho "month?
ly courses" from cold, trouble of mind, or liko
causes, by restoring tho discharge in evory
instance. So also iu chronic oases, its action
is prompt and decisive, aud saves tho consti?
tution f-om countless ovils and premature de?
cay. This valuable preparation is for Bala at
1150 per bottle by all respectable Druggists
in tho land. Prepared and sold by L. H.
bradfield Druggist, Atlanta, Ga. A thousand
women tcatify to ita morita. J 56
Tho attention of our readers is called to?
day to tho advertisemont in another column,
lo aded Lippman'a Great German Bitters, a
pr?paration that haB been UBod for upward of
a coututy in enlightened Enropo with tho
greateat success in tho euro of Dyspepsia or
Indigestion, Constipation, LOBS of Appetite,
Liver Complaint, loss of tone in tho digestivo
organs, etc. Thc proprietors, Messrs. Jacob
Liupman A Bro., Savannah, Ga., have, at con?
siderable outlay, succeeded in obtaining tko
original recipe "for making this delightful tast?
ing Bitters, and pledge their reputation that
iu propariug it, tho original standard shall bo
kept up. Juno 2