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nd South are equally brave, and a brave people, like a brave man, will always despise and defy a bully, and there has been too much of that game played on both sides. South Carolina. A bill to provide new holidays for the State has been introduced in the South Carolina Legislature. It abolishes the celebration of the Fourth of July, and establishes in its place the observance of the 28th of June, the anniversary of the battle of Fort Moultrie. The other holidays are Good Friday, Christmas, New Year's Day, Thanksgiving and fast days. A correspondent of the New York Times, writing from Columbia, says: "To judge from the music heard here, a stranger would think he had landed in a French province. One of our old-fashioned national airs is never heard, but from every quarter — from the pianos in hotel parlors, from private residences, from bands on parade, and from every conceivable instrument, comes the everlasting 'Marseillaise;' if you happen to pass a residence and a
Wrong Pew. --Frances Thompson, for remaining in the city with Powhatan papers — Mary Swan, of Goochland, for having no papers — and Andrew Stanton, arrested for want of a register, were before the Mayor yesterday, and besides getting striped suits for Christmas, were ordered to leave Richmond forthwit