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COLUMBIA, S. G
Sunday Horning, August 1, 1869.
Th? IlcpuMican Part jr and ?ho blab ?nd
The radical press and the supporters
of that party are making strenuous
efforts to secure the allegiance of these
important auxiliaries-the Irish and
German citizens of the United States
in the ?pproaohicg elections. On the
authority of (he New York Herald, it is
stated that of 35,000 German rotes in
the city of New York, not more than
1,500 will be oast io favor of the radical
party. The Germans doolare that in tho
distribution of office, too little falla to
their lot; and with their own candidates
in the field, the establishment of a morn?
ing paper, their own special organ, and
their ward political organizations, they
hate shown a settled and rooted pur?
pose to assert themselves and their
claims in the next canvass. These na?
tionalities compose a formidable element,
whick the radicals heretofore have
tr ?rited with scorn and contempt, and at
tho olevent? hoar, recognizing the tre?
mendousfarce which they wield? and im
: pending defeat, -which, like the sword of
Damocles, hangs overhead, woo them
with honeyed accents, to gain their aid
and support. Says tho Express :
"The only party in this country which
is pledged to uphold impartial justice
and equal rights to all men, without re?
gard to race, nationality or religious be?
This declaration will prove a sorry
mantle to hide the former sins of that
party, if the Irish and Germans have
faithful recollection of the status which
the Republicans assigned them before
their strength -and numbera stood dis?
covered. Un,n the Irish and Germans
- forget the odious proscription -of the
Know Nothings anterior tothef war? Or
can they fail to remember the denuncia?
tions by the leaders of the Republicans
of foreigners, and the proposition in
the Legislature of Pennsylvania to strike
the word white from the State Constitu?
tion? Has the recollection ceased to
exist that it was asserted that tho Irish
and Germans were not so competent to
exercise the rights and privileges of the
bftllot-box as the ignorant negro, newly
disenthralled from the bonds o? slavery?
"Wo can remember when the Northern
papers teemed with advertisements for
eervico and labor, to which was appended
the in variable notice, "no Irish need ap
plt/;u and now, recognizing the powerful
aid which these elements will lend to
their ranks, the Republican party, coolly
ignoring their sweeping proscriptions,
are, with every species of cajolery and
persuasion, seeking to enlist on their
side the very men whom heretofore they
plaoed subord?nate to the negro. The
Union army was composed largely of
Irish and Germans. Amongst its most
gallant soldiers-officers and privates
were Irish and Gormans; and wo submit
? that it was a sorry return for the services
of men whose blood had crimsoned many
a battle-field, to rate thom lower than
the brutal negro, but recently emanci?
pated from bondage. We are happy in
our faith that the foreign element in thc
South is steadfast in its fidelity to De?
mocracy. This population in our section
is composed, in the greater part, of work?
ing men-laborers, mechanics and arti?
sans; and to them and their lines of busi?
ness the negro will be antagonists.
Under the old regime, the slave-owner
found it a cheaper way of doing certain
kinds of mechanical work, aud more
profitable as an investment, to train and
educate a proportion of his slaves as me?
chanics; and with these, of course, the
white artisan oonld not come into com?
petition; but now these very negro me?
chanics, being free agents and sworn ad?
herents to the radical party, stand upon
their own platform, and the gate of com?
petition is open, without au obstacle, to
the white artisan in tho South. There is
not ashadow of a doubt of the course which
the Irish and Germans will adopt in tho
South; and we deem it right that our
people should alwayB give them tho
prefereuce in their business, when tho
chance is afforded, over the negro, who
is bend?Dg every effort and obeying
blindly the commands of his leaders, to
utterly ruin and destroy tho white men
of tho South.
A CHANCE FOII ANOTHER EXODUS.
Rev. Wm. McLain, of Washington City,
Secretary of the African Colonization
Society, gives notioe that tho society's
ship Golconda will sail from Baltimore
for Liberia about tho 1st of November.
Through tickcls will be given to all co?
lored persons, of good character, who
fch^desire to emigrate to their "native
?^^ueath;" also six mouths' subsistence
after their arrival. Those qualified to
act os missionaries or teachers, whethor
male or female, will be employed ut good
To ?ho LMUH' Memorial A??o<-In t lons ot
When th? papers an noaa oed that on
the day set ! apart Ibr the decoration of
the graves of the Federal dead at the
j Arlington Cometorye near Washington
City, a United States offioer, with a de?
tachment of troops detailed for the ex?
press purpose, kopt gunrd over a few
Confederate graves within tho enclosure,
to prevent visitors from putting flowers
upon these gravea either in ignorance or
intentionally, and that this officer had
mado his guards walk peat, not around,
but upon the graves, and had offered to
the graves and to the few persons who
in ignorance (for no one seems to have
done it knowingly) threw flowers upon
them, every insult and indignity his rogo
could invent, there went through thc
South, with the news, a deep-felt thrill
of pleasure. The malice of our bitter
enemies, the malice which, under tho I
name of "Loyalty to tho Union and Con?
stitution," has devastated, oppressed,
and sought to degrade the South for
eight years, not only here threw off its
disguiso, for this it has done so often
that loyalty is no longer a disguise but
only tho recognized fashion, but in this
case it displayed its pitiful meanness to
the scorn and contempt of tho world, and
we could- hut rejoioe over it. And tho
insulted dead were amply revenged by
that sentiment of civilization which pro?
tects the grave even of tho felon, and
honors above all others the gravo of the
soldier who d?ed flghtf hg bravely for his
home. The friends of. those whoso re?
mains lie in the Federal cemeteries niny
then rest seoure in tho protection of this
sentiment, for the hiss of scorn hus stung
too deeply for this act ever to bo re?
But these insults were aimed, not only
at the thirty dead within tho walls of
Arlington Cemetery, but at tho memo?
ries of the Confederate dead wherever
they lie, and as Such they are recognized
by every heart in the South which
mourns a soldier of the lost cause. And
there is; thank Heaven, yet one organi?
zation left which no tyranny can eithor
intimidate or destroy, and whose express
purpose and grateful task is tho pre?
servation and honor of these dear me?
mories. The Ladies' Memorial Associa?
tions, and these alone, can speak und act
on this occasion for the South, and to
theso associations the South looks for
the fitting response"^ the indignities of?
fered its most cherished sentiments. Let
our memorial associations, as many as
may be necessary, unito in publicly de?
manding from tho United States Govern?
ment the remains they have songht pub?
licly to insult, and let them be buried
with every honor, in a spot specially pre?
pared, and a monument erected to tell
tho talo to ont children, and proclaim that
the South will never cease to revere tho
memories of those who fought beneath
her banner and laid down their lives in
vain,for her. liberty.
The writer is-aware that the removal of
these bodies to Confederate soil has al?
ready been proposed, but that, for fear
of a refusal on the part of tho Govern?
ment to give them np, it is desired to
proceed as privately as possible. Ho is
convinced, however, that he represents a
very wide-spread sentiment, when he begs
and protests that it shall not be done pri?
vately, but, on the contrary, as publicly as
possible. The honors we will pay should
not be in private when the insults woro
public. The application for authority
to remove the insulted remains should
expressly state that we honor them the
more for being so hated by tho people,
by the wrath of God, our conquerors
aud oppressors. There need be no fear
that tue United States Government would
refuse tho request, for it would bo en
foroed, if publicly and persistently made,
by tho publie sentiment of tho world,
and to refuse would be to endorse afresh
the dishonoring of the graves and to
keep them for the very purpose. Aud,
oven if the request should be refused, its
having been publicly made and refused
will bo a far better vindication of the
memories of ont dead than any success?
ful application made privately and with?
out a full statement that we would re?
move them iu scorn of the insults offered
and in stronger attachment to and deeper
regrets for the cause in which they fell.
And tho ground to receive them should
be prepared and beautified, and tho pub?
lic application renewed from year to year,
until it is granted for very shame.
In the hope that theso views will meet
the approbation of those whose memo?
ries of the Confederate dead have not
died with the canse, or cooled with re?
construction, and to securo unity of ac?
tion, the writer respectfully suggests that
the memorial associations of Richmond,
who havo already done BO much to testify
how sacred they hold theso memories,
and who have won tho confidence nnd
gratitude of tho whole South by their
tender und equal caro of the graves of
every section, should unite in tho effort
to remove theso bodies to some suitable
spot in or near one of their cemeteries.
Let them simply signify their willing?
ness to uudortako it, and overy memorial
association iu the South will contribute
liberally to raise un ampio fund to testify
to our children that in esteeming and
honoring the memories of its noble dead,
wo still havo a united South. X.
COLUMBIA^ 8. C., July 30, 180'.).
Wi un NOT ACCEPT.-The London Times
docs not expect that the Emperor Napo?
leon III will ever accept the character of
an ordinary constitutional sovereign after
tho EDglish-Hnnoveriau type. Strong
rulers modify constitutions, and whoover
may bo minister, he will always find a
muster in tho man who won his own
i throne, and has kept it through fair
I weather and foul all these years.
FEARFUL EXPLOSION OF Frsa-WORKS.
Al an early hoar Wednesday evening an
explosion of a trnck load of fire-works
occurred in City Hall Square, New York,
fatally injuring two person? and badly
hurting seven others. The particulars
are thus given by the Journal of Com?
"It appears that an association koowa
as the Jeremiah Murphy Club, of the
fourth ward, were returning from a
chowder party at Bayonne, New Jersey,
and were passing along Park Bow, on
their way home, whon the explosion oe
curred. The members of the clnb were
in throe large stages, followed by the
officers in two carriages, and these in
turn followed by a large truck loaded
with rockets, Bom an candles and colored
lights. When opposite Beckman street,
tho men on the truck commenced dis?
charging fire-works in a very reckless
manner, sending off rockets in a nearly
horizontal direction across the Park, and
others agoinst the houses on Park Bow.
"The discharges wore maintained
regularly nntil thc truck reached the
front of French's Hotel, when, by some
carelessness, a rocket burst among the
tire-works on the truck, and a terrific
explosion followed. Buming rockets
and Roman candles were thrown in all
directions among the crowd in front of
the hotel, through the windows of the
numerous street curs pp.ssingntthe time,
and into the park. Tho horses attached
to tho truck becntno frightened and
dashed along tho stroot toward Tryon
Row, dragging the truck nnd its blazing
lond tifter them. Tho horses attached
to tho stages and carriages ran away, and
for a few minutes the utmost consterna?
tion prevailed. One mau, with his cloth?
ing on fire from his waist upward, rushed
into tho hotel, shrieking for assistance;
others, dreadfully burned, were rolling
on the ground; whilo many were panic
stricken and fled from the scene. Pas?
sengers leaped from the stroct cars, as
tho blazing missiles tore through the
windows, and the crowd congregated on
the side-walk in front of French's rushed
through the halls into the back rooms,
or through the side stroot."
SAD ACCIDENT IN NEWAKK, N. J.-A
lamentable accident occurred in Newark
on Wednesday evening, by which two
persons, just returned from a pleasure
trip, suddenly lost their lives. Tho
steamer which had borne the excursion?
ists to Dudley's Grovo returned and
drew up at tho city dock to land her load
of living freight. Tho gang-planks were
thrown down and tho passengers crowded
over them in haste to get to their homes.
Mr. Jumes Magee was walking off with
the crowd, when, pressed by those who
followed him, he missed his footing and
fell over the side. As he wout down ho
threw out his arms for aid and caught a
lady, Mrs. Morris, and pulled her down
with him. They plunged into the water
and disappeared. A search was imme?
diately made for their bodies, but it had
proved unsuccessful ut a late hour
A SHOOTTKO AFFRAY m'UNION.-Tho
Union Times, of tho 29th-ultimo, says:
A most unfortunate altercation, in the
Main street of Union, on Thursday last,
between John Sanders and T. J. Greer,
resulted in the shooting of the latter by
the former. Sunders then walked down
the street with his pistol in his hand,
went through the back door of the hotel,
and escaped. He is still at large. The
ball entered the left side of . Mr. Greer's
stomach, below the heart, and buried it?
self in his body. Tho wound is severe
and dangerous, but his friends entertain
hopes of his recovery. Mr. Greer is
Probate Jodgo of Union County. The
difficulty originated in n settlement of
the affairs of an old business firm, in
which they were both interested.
SOUTHERN SECURITIES IN NEW YORK.
Tho financial article in the last number
of the New York Herald says that the
general heaviness of the market was also
witnessed in the market for Southern
securities. The following were the clos?
ing prices of the Southern list: Tennes?
see, ex-coupon, 62%(o)63; do., new,-56%
@56%; Virginia, ex-coupon, 67J?@58;
Georgia sixes, 85^@86; North Carolina,
ex-coupon, 57)<j'@58; do., new, 50)a@
50?.! ; Louisiana sixes, 69(^70; Alabama
eights, 93><<@94; South Carolina sixes,
65@67; do", new, 64j?@65j do., regis?
tered stock, 64@66; Memphis and
Charleston, first, 85(a?89; do., second,
74@76; Greenville and Columbia Rail?
road, guaranteed, 67@69.
CONTRACTS WITH CITIZENS OF BEBEL
STATES.-Judge Lowell, of Massachu?
setts, has just mado a decision of much
importance in relation to the validity of
contracts with tho citizens of rebel
States. In 1862 the bark Lamplighter
was destroyed by the Alabama. Among
her owners were four citizens of rebel
States. Mr. Payne, the master, collected
the insurance and paid it to the ownor
living in Massachusetts, holding that
those living in thc rebel States had no
title to participate. Ono of the fonr
owners, who lived in South Carolina, re?
cently brought suit against Mr. Payne's
administrators, and now recovers by the
decision of the court.
Three years ago, seven sisters, tho
youngest fifteen and tho eldest twenty
five, with invalid parents, emigrated
from Ohio to Minuesotu, whero two
I years ago, nuder tho homestead law, they
secured ICU acres of land at Big Woods,
I some sixty miles from St. Paul. These
girls last year Bold 900 bushels potatoes,
500 bushels coro. 200 bushels wheat, 250
bushels turnips, 200 bushels beets, 1,100
heads cabbage, and $200 worth of garden
stuff. All the clearing, grubbing, plough?
ing, harvesting, Ac.', wns done by them,
and they have ot present forty acres
cleared and in crop.
A SAD MISTAKE.-Miss Mary Lard, of
Barnwell, died on Wednesday morniug
last, from tho effects of morphine, taken
by uiUtr.ke for quinine.
David Griffith and wife, residing at
Cambria, Minnesota, left home on the
4th instant, leaving fonr little children nt
tho house. Tho children, in their efforts
io amuse thomsolvos, acoidontally set
fire to a shed. ; Terribly frightened at
what tbej had ?f?ne, ana to escape pun?
ishment, two of them ran into the woods
and hld themselves, and the other two,
incredible as it mav seem, ran to the
river and drowned themselves.
A GOVERNMENT SPECULATION.-Tho
Treasury Department bas sold eighty
hydraulic presses which have been used
for printing the fractional currency. The
presses originally co.it about 81,800 each,
and now bring less than $100 each. That
ia the ond of this little Government
sp?culation. The printing of this cur?
rency is hereafter to be dono by con true t.
A garter snake, with two distinct
heads, was killed in North Edgefield,
near Nashville, Tenn., on Monday last.
It was taken to Dr. Goon's store in Nash?
ville, where it was placed in alcohol for
Ereservation as a curiosity. Tho two
eada are said to be exactly alike, and
stand out about tho same distanco from
A railroad is about to be made through
the wild region known os John Brown's
Tract, in the Adirondacks of Western
New York. The region has been accessi?
ble only to hunters and adventurous
sportsmen heretofore. Tho road is to
pass from Saratoga Springs to Ogdcns
burg, cutting tho great wilderness in
New York waiters are an aristocratic
set. A local poper says: "Tho 'swell?
est' waiters in the city are those in lower
Delmonico's-tho house with thc: Pom
peiian portico. Tho aggregate value of
tho studs and bijouterie worn by these
foreign noblcmeu has been roughly esti?
mated at 030,000."
Tho brigands who made traveling so
picturesque in Italy are gradually dis?
appearing. Nearly two hundred and fifty
of thom were captured last year, the
country population, who formerly sided
with the highwaymen, putting the police
on their tracks.
A day or two sinco, to advance the
gold premium, some Wall street specula?
tors had gold taken from a bank and
carted around the streets, to give tho
impression it was intended for the steam?
er for Europe, putting it up three-fourths
A person was asked why he did not
take a newspaper. "Because," said he,
"my father, when he died, loft mc a good
many newspapers, and I haven't road
thom through yet." He afterwards be?
came n pauper.
Mr. Stewart has finally concluded the
Surebase of tho North east corner of
roadway and Ninth street, New York,
and will extend his store so as to cover
it; thus making it a whole squaro in
The Cape Cod Gazelle, says a man, re?
siding at Marston Mills, Barnstable, has
three sons, three, horses, three cows,
three calves, three hogs* three cats, and
three broods of -chickens.
"Mammy!" S2?d a precocious little
boy, who, against^his will, was made to
rock the cradle of his baby brother, "if
tho Lord has any moro babies to give
way, don't you take 'em."
Leo Harrison and Thomas Oladman,
two respectable colored men of Lynch?
burg Ya., decline appointments of. regis?
trara in Lynchburg because they'cannot
take the oath.
The Indians are reported to be down
on Grau t's Quakers. "Um 1" cried Hole
in-the-Bottle, chief of the Arapahoes,
"Quakers ob good; bring water; no whis?
Miss Susan Caroline Godsey, tho sleep?
ing wondor, died at her mother's homo,
some eight miles from Hickman, Ken?
tucky, on Wednesday, 14th instant.
Mr. John E. Lark, a native of Lan?
caster County, in this State, was drowned
in the Ouachita River, La., Inst week,
by the upsetting of a boat.
The Hotel Pelham, in Boston, weigh?
ing 5,000 tons, and having walls nearly
100 feet high, is to be moved by iron
rollers a distance of fourteen foot.
A bed of green mottled granite, the
first ever found in this oountry, has been
discovered on the line of the Adirondack
Railroad, in New York.
"Figures won't lie" is an old and
homely expression; but. few mon can
look on a fashionable woman's figure
now-a-days and say as much.
The loader of a recent camp mooting
in Ohio announced "The brother-in-law
of President Grant will now lead ns in
A New Jersey horse thief was, on Tues?
day, sentenced to 150 years' imprison?
Birmingham, Conn., manufactures two
hundred millions pins weekly.
Hub-bub-A Boston boy.
Tiio rolativos and friends of Mr. JOHN F.
HENDRIX, Mrs. C. LOOIO?B, and of their fami?
lies, aro respectfully invited to attend tho
funeral sorviccs of the former, THIS MORN?
ING, at H o'clock, at Mrs. C. Loomis' residence,
on Pendleton street, opposite tho University.
THE Rooks of tho County Treasurer will bo
kent open until the 15th inst., for tho re?
ceipt of tax?e; after winch time tho penalty
prescribed by law will bo enforced against all
defaulters. JOHN ROBERTSON,
Aug 1 2 Treasurer Richland County.
5FIRKINS CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER
just rccoived and for sale by
Aug 1 _J. A T. R. AGNEW.
6DOZ. SMOKED BEEF TONGUE8, just re
rocoived and for salo by
Aug 1_J. lt T. B. AONEW.
ffAA BUSHELS PRIME BREAD CORN,
tlUU Just rccoived and for salo by
Aug 1 J. & T. ll. AGNEW.
A few copies of the 'Sack and Destruc?
tion of Columbia' oan be obtained at tbe
Phonix office Price twenty-five cents.
UitfTKD STATES COURT.-Hon. George
S. Bryan authorizes us to state that the
United States Court will sit in Green?
ville, on Monday, the lOtb instant, in?
stead of tho 2d, as heretofore announced.
STAMPS.-We are indebted to C. H.
Baldwin, Esq., United States Asaeeeor,
for a copy of the "Laws and Begulations
concerning the purchase and uso of In?
ternal Revenue Stamps," recently issued
from t ue Government Office. Mr. Bald?
win will furnish copies to all applicants.
A card from Mr. J. Y. H. Williams, of
the Continental Hotel, Laurens, is pub?
lished in another colnuin. The hotel is
comfortably fitted up, and os Laurens is
proverbial for its healthfulness, persons
desirous of securing comfortable quar?
ters for the summer, should apply to
CRUMBS.-We had a slight touch of
October, yesterday. Very agreeable.
Mr. P. H. Flauigan has resigned the
position of Magistrate for Fairfield
A culvert on the Charlotte, Colnmbia
and Augusta Railroad was washed up, on
Thursday, and detained passengers. It
is all right again.
We publish in to-day's issue an elo?
quent and touching appeal in behalf of
the Confederate dead at Arlington, ad?
dressed to tho Ladies' Memorial Asso?
ciations of the South. The circumstances
of the outrage upon thc graves of our
dead at Arlington, aro so fresh in the
memory of tho Southern people, that
furthor explanations are deomed unne?
cessary. Our exchanges aro respectfully
invited to copy the communication and
give it tho widest circulation possible in
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS DAY.-Tri?
nity Church-Rev. P. J. Shand, Rector,
iuj.; A. M. and 5>? P. M.
St. Peter'? Church-Rev. J. J. O'Con?
nell, Pastor, 10 A. M. and 3 P. M.
Washington Street Chapel-Rev.
Wm. Martin, 10# A. M. and 5},< P. M.
Marion Street Church-Bev. R. D.
Smart, 1 PK A. M.
Baptist Church-Rev. J. L. Reynolds,
10>? A. M.
Lutheran Lecture Room-Rev. A. R.
Rude 10y.< A M.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. George
Howe, 10} _ A- M., Rev. R. D. Smart,.8
HOTEL ARRIVALS-July 31.-Columbia
Hotel.-R. W. Boyd, Darlington; Henry
Mciver, Cheraw; George F. Kinloch,
W. A. Bradley, H. B. Fant, South Caro?
lina; Colonel C. C. Baker, Bogan Mine;
M. ?. Adams, Gadsden; Simeon Fair,
Newberry; Miss M. Grace, Charleston..
Nitkerson ' House.-David Wells, Ma?
con, Ga.; L. Z. Bricknell, Pittsburg,
Pa.; S. "W. Irwin, Cinoinnati, Ohio;
John A. Adams, Baltimore, Md. ; Joseph
H. Guy, Charlotte, N. C.; John B.
Seigler, Helena, S. C.
National Hotel.-Dr. John C. Andersor
and four children, Mrs. James A. Ander?
son and two children, Futaw, Ala. ; Mist
Neta Anderson, Spnrtanburg; Z.T. Tay
lor, Anderson; O. B. H. Graham, Union
J. W. O'Brien, Charleston; Jonathar.
Jones, Herd County, Ga.; Mrs. N. J.
Stewart, Chester; B. R. Campbell, Lau
rens, C. H. ; F. L. A. Bolonger, Jame;
H. Bleeso, Edgeiield.
JOB OFFICE.-The Phamix Job Office
is prepared to execute every style o:
printing, from visiting and business cardi
to pamphlets and books. With ample
material and first-class workmen, satis
faction is guaranteed to all. If our worL
does not come up to contract, we mak<
no charge. With this understanding om
business men have no excuse for sending
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Attention ii
called to the following advertisements,
published the first time this morning:
D. C. Peixotto Sc Son-Auction Sales.
Wilson Sc Lorentz-Tournament.
D. B. Miller-Notice.
A. Smythe-Closing Out Stock.
Jacob Levin-Auction Sales.
Daniol Horlbeck-In Bankruptcy.
J. Sc T. R. Agnew-Choice Butter, kc.
Goodrich, Winoman Sc Co.-Bitters.
W. C. Dukes-Wando Fertilizer.
A. C. Kaufmann-Broker.
J. D. Aiken-For Palatka, Florida.
Moses Goldsmith Sc Co.-Hides, ?cc.
Henry Cobia & Co.-Com. Merchants.
Henry Bischoff Sc Co.-Grocers.
D. F. Fleming & Co.-Boots, Shoes.
Zogbaum, Young Sc Co.-Pianos, &o.
Alfred A Barbot-Segar Factory.
Wm. C. Bee& Co.-Solublo Manures.
W. H. Chafee Sc Co.-Groceries.
E. B. Stoddard * Co.-Boots, Shoes.
Edwin Rates Sc Co.-Dry Goods.
Charles Kerrison, Jr.-Hardware.
Wm. McLean-Show Cases.
T. J. Kerr Sc Co.-Cora. Merchants.
J. B. Duval Sc Sons-Usoful Invention.
J. M. Eason-Steam Engines.
Moaos Goldsmith Sc Son-Iron, Seo.
Charleston Dectal Depot.
Walker, Evpns Sc Cogswell-Printers.
A coward]}' fei!??? having kicked a
newsboy for pestering him to boy a pa?
per, the lad waited till au other boy ac?
costed the "gentleman," and then shout?
ed in the hearing of all bystanders: "It's
no use to try him, Jim: he can't read."
Miine ANTI UK PBINTTHO.-All kinds of
mercantile printing, such as circulars,
lotter heads, cards, bill heads, state?
ments, &c, for counting-rooms and
i ornees, promptly ut ten ted to at the Ph??
nix job offloe. ,
Two centuries ago, not one in a hun?
dred wore stockings. Fifty years ago,
not one boy in a thousand was allowed
to run at largo at night. Fifty years
ago, not one girl in a thousand made a
waiting maid of her mother. Wonder?
ful improvements in this age.
Nm DESPERANDUM, HOPE!-Hundreds
of cases of Scrofula, in its worst stages,
old cases of Syphilis that have defied
the skill of emiuent Physicians, Rheu?
matics who have been sufferers for years,
and the victims of the injudicious use of
Mercury, have been radioally cured by
Dn. TUTT'S SAHHAPAHII.UA AND QUEEN'S
DELIGHT. It is the most powerful alter?
ativo and blood purifier known. It is
prescribed by very many Physioians.
COLUMBI*, July 31,18G9.
PURSUANT to an order qf Judge Boozer,
passed at June Term, ?869. a SPECIAL
SESSION OF THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS, for Richland County, will be held at
Columbia, on the third MONDAY, of August
next, for tho despatch of Equity business.
Ang 11 D. B. MILLER, C. 0. P.
A GRAND TOURNAMENT,
SUPPER AND FANCY DIU? SB ?ALL,
WILL be given at the Montgomery Whito
Sulphur Springs, Virginia, (Big Tunnel
Depot Virginia and Tennessee Railroad,) un
THURSDAY, August 5, 18C9.
The Prop i ie tors tako great pleasure in in?
forming their friends and the public that they
have taken special pains to mako the above
pageant one ot tho most imposing character.
The celebrated Metropolitan Band (20 piscos)
will perform on the grounds. In the evening
the lawn will bo brilliantly illuminated by
1,000 Chinese lanterns, and a magnificent, dis?
play of fire-works.
Sir Knights will be allowed to practicathreo
days in advance upon the grounds.1 H?ret?
furnished when necessary.
For farther information, add rcpt Committee
of Arrangements, care of
WILSON A L?RENTZ, Proprietors.
Summer Goods !
PRIOR TO TAKTNG STOCK. ?ND
movjng' iii New Store, ma sell
for fifteen-> day* the above class of
Goods, at and below .first cost. Call
at the Sign of
BIG BOOT 4?D SAT,
Opposite Columbia Hotel.
Angl - A. ' SMV'MffB.
In the District Court of the -United
States, for South Carolina.
July Term, 18G9. .
In the matter of Charles P...Ramsen, of Co?
lumbia, 8. C., Bankrupt-Pitition for /<<(!
and final discharge in Bankruptcy.
ORDERED, That a hearing bo had on tho
3d day nf September, 1869, at Fedor&l
Court House in Greenville. S. ?., and that all
creditors, Ac, ot ?.aid Bankrupt appear at
said time and placo, and show cause, if any
they can, why tho prayer of the petitioner
should not be granted.
By order of the Court, tho 28th dav of July,
1869. DANIEL HORLBECK,
Clerk of tho District Court of tho U. S.
Aug 1 ra3 for South Carolina.
SST Newberry Herald will publish once a
week for threo weeks._
~~ CONTINENTAL HOTEL,
LAURENS C. iL, S. C.
TU IS establishment has been
completely furnished, and is
now open for the accommoda
ti?n of permanent and- tran?
sient bow dors. Table well supplied. Booma
comfortable. Terms moderato.
J. Y. H. WILLIAMS, Proprietor.
July 31 Hmo?_
DR. THOMAS T. MOORE,
KEfiPECTF?LLY bogs tho indulgcnco of
his patient? ?nd the publie gonerally, for
a few day?, a? business of importance compel?
bim to be absent from the city until the 10th
of August._July 31 2?
t?f\f\ BUSHELS PRIME HEAVY OATS,
?jVJVJ for salo low, by
July 30 E. A G. P. HOPE.
' GEORGE PAGE & 00.,
No. 5 N. Schroeder Street, Baltimore. Md.
MANUFACTURERS OF PAGE'S IM?
PROVED PATENT PORTABLF CIRCU?
LAR SAW MILLS, Stationary and Portabio
Steam Engines and Boilers, Grist Mill;, Shin
Sie Machines, Lath and Slab Machinery, Saw
ummcrs, Horeo Powers, Shafting, Pubica,
Ac. Doalcrs in Circular Saws and Mill sup?
plies gouoraliy, and Manufacturer?' Agents
for every description of wood-working ma?
chinery. Our Independent and Simultaneous
Hoad-blocks, patented December 15. 1808, and
improved Friction Feed, patontcd July 13,
1869, in additiou to previous patents, make
our Saw Mills stand unrivaled. Estimates nnd
plans famished, and contrasts enlored into
for tho erection of Circular, Gang Mulay or
Saab Milla. Correspondence solicited, and
Catalogues furnished, on application, by mail
or otherwise Jnly30ly
?uf\ WEAVERS are wanted immediately at
tuVj the Rock Island Factory, in Charlotte,
N. C. Applicants aro referred to Col. L. 1>.
Childs aud Col. J. B. Palmer, of Columbia,
who will givo any information in regard to tho
Company and manufacturing that may be de?
sired. JOHN A. YOUNG, President.
July 9 Imo