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COLUMBIA, S. ?.
Sunday MoraiDP> July ?5, lsfo
W?st!:.:he Flliociuii Anmndmeati
Tho New York Day Dook soja: "Ii
the people knew what the 'Fifteenth
Amendment' is in fact, its essential na?
ture and the. nc cess i tie a wrapped ap in
it-, they would rise up en masse, merah to
Washington^ arrest its authors, apd^bang
them, without hesitation-indeed,. that
would ho.a.raM punishment for a, crime
against nature ' and an outrage on 'hu
manity* so tfnapproaohed and unap?
proachable. Bat, aloel the people have
nothing but their instincts to guido
them in thia matter, and the ignorant
and benighted fools who profess to lead
thom in the patha of Demooraoy'are not
?Ion o equally ignorant with the masscB
but they are too often debauched and
emasculated by the enemies of Demo?
cracy; and therefore it is not merely the
blind leading,the blind, but the corrupt
and perverted misleading the virtuous
and instinctively patriotic Democracy.
Indeed, if, twenty years ago, when Gen.
Cass invented popular sovereignty, there
had been A secret understanding between
him and other Democratic loaders with
the .chiefs Of the Abolition faction to
keep the masses in total ignorance of tho
nature and designs of the latter, in Or*
.dex j>hns to confuse and bewilder the
people, and enable the enemies of De?
mocratic institutions to destroy them ou
.this continent, it may be doubted if the
result oould have been more fatal than
thtf which we now witness. For twenty
years' past tho tools of European mo?
narchy have been at work to misrepre?
sent American society as it existed in the
South, and in all the States, save one,
when tiie Union was formed, and instead
of defending and explaining our Ameri?
can system from the lies and perver?
sions of ibo; Abolitionists, the so-called
Democratic1 leaders have taoitly admit?
ted their accursed hes and set up dodges
to.amuse and bewilder the people. Who
does not recollect the elaborate stamp
speeches- and editorials of the Ben. But?
lers, Dan. Dickinsons, Logans, Sickles
es, &a, to demonstrate the 'great princi?
ple' of papula* sovereignty in the Terri*
tories, and now we witness tho disgust?
ing .spectacle of these men engaged foi
years in beating down popular sovereign?
ty in the States themselves.
"The writer of this shall never forget
a conversation with Jefferson Davis, thee
Secretary of War, on this subject. He
had written and published a pamphlet
which demonstrated the normal condi?
tion of the negro element in our system,
and, having just received a letter from
Daniel S. Dickerson, among others, as
sooting to the great and vital truth that
so-called, or rather mis-called, 'slavery,
was tho corner-stone of American liberty,
he thought of publishing it in a subso
quent edition, and went np to tho Beere
tary's office to ask his opinion of its pro
priety. To his great surpriso, Mr. Da
vis advised against publishing Mr. Dick
inson's leter, who, he declared, wa
.sound on Lho "slavery question,' simplj
because he had no principles at all; am
he then, and there predicted that on th?
first real test and trial on this questioi
Dickson, and all others like him, wooli
prove rotten and worthless. Mr. Davi
farther declared that ho had infinitely
more respect for Preston King, Jobi
Van Buren and others, who, ignorant o
the subject, showed some conscience
however perverted by tho father of lies
than he had for the morally dead, nm
utterly rotten souls that clamored abou
their soundness, and spread themselve
on popular sovereignty. And so it turne<
out; Ben. Butler, Cushing, Dickinson
Brady, the very Breckinridge leaders ii
the North, were the first to give way, am
the shameless hounds became as violen
and persecuting against the 'l'eue
Democrats,' who stood by their princi
pies, as iu other days they were 'sound
against the Abolitionists.
"But to the inquiry: What is tho 'iii
teenth amendment?' Why, simply an
solely the consummation of the moe
strous revolution that, commencing wit
the election of Abraham Lincon, in 18G(
transforms tho whito republia of Wast
ington into a mongrol monstrosity, mor
revolting, rotten, destructive and darani
bio than even the bogas republics c
Mexico and South America. It dot
not interfere with State rights. Th
State of New York may do anything :
pleases itself to do-it may mako monej
or 'education' or religion n basis of su
irogo, or withhold it altogether from th
laboring classes-may sot np u herediti
ry aristocracy, or a king if it choose!
indeed, may adopt tho entiro Europea
system, with its artificial distinctions
WMo( nadara. Son rre?zes|ihej^t?l
ilrwusTnot raeogiiiM^TOGrwurK of Goo,
or discriminate bo twee a white and ne*
gro, but beyond this it may do tho work
ol the devil to uny extent it pleases. It
may make aa many discriminations
among white men themselves, as iu
England or Russia; it may prohibit a
mnn from voting because* *b? is a Caino
lio or Methodist, or because be was born
in Ireland or Germany ; indeed, the State
of New York, in the full plOntitude of its
State sovereignty, may do1 a* macy ovil
and monstrous things as it chooses, but
may not conform to the order of nature
cr recognize tho work of God; and there?
fore, if the State prohibit miscegenation
between whito and negro, the fifteenth
amendment el cps in and nullifies the
?State action. Is there, in the tout ensem?
ble of human impiety, crime and beastli?
ness, any parallel to this? God has made
white men alike, with the same nature
and the same wants, and He has made
negroes so widely different, that, in all
this broad land, no negro conld impose
himself ou a child, that had been wean?
ed, for a white man; and when the
senses, the instincts and reason havo
been so debauched as to , misoegenate,
natnre is so outraged that tho progeuy
rots out and utterly perishes from the
earth, polluted by a crime so transcend?
ent. And in the 'face of this, the fif?
teenth amendment, while permitting the
State to discriminate, if it pleases, among
thoso whom God has made alike, forbids
any discrimination between whito and
negro, whom he has made so unlike that
they cannot propagate together, and
therefore rot out utterly in three or four
generations-so that .if there wero as
many negroes as white people in the
State of New York, one might estimate
with absolute certainty when the entire
population must needs become extinct
under this 'fifteenth amendment.1 But
enough 1 Tho sin and impiety, beastli?
ness, rottenness and death wrapped up
in this fifteenth amendment, so tran?
scends all the sins and crimes of mortals
that have hitherto polluted and deae
crated the earth, that no words in our
language cnn . flUy express ft, and tho
next generation most find terms for a so?
cial cataclysm so tremendous."
A Now Phase Of Banthern Politics.
A keen and olever correspondent of the
New York World, draws the following
picture of a now olass of politicians,
existing in the Sonth which, in bis
opinion, is destined to rule the Southern
States. We quote,:,
"These are mostly young men, and the
events of the day aro giving them a stern
and hard education tho country will yet
feel. On tho abstract rightfulness of
secession, on the beauty of State sover?
eignty and 'what the war was for,' the
young men of the South still listen with
pleasure to tho elders. It is only when
coming to the question, 'What is to be
done?' that a divergence appears. Here
tho old school has but little to propose.
It can bo cloqunt on the past ; but when
brought face to face with the future, per?
mits indignation to obsoureits judgment
and paralyze its ability. The now school
is more practical and more cool.
It never troubles its brain about a re?
assertion of the secession idea, its inter?
est in any discussion of the subject appa?
rently beginning and ending with a jus?
tification of the abstract rightfulness of
tho doctrine; it would not have tho no
groes returned into slavery in any condi?
tion; it favors immigration; it believes
in railways, direot trade and internal im?
provements; and, above all, it hates tho
radical party with a concentration of
enmity that few in the North, save Wen?
dell Phillips, and occasionally the late
Mr. Raymond, seem to have fathomed.
Some of the leaders of this new school I
might mention; but they are not at pre?
sent men of any extended, repute outside
of their several States, and the ideas they
entertain lack that cohesion which wo?ld
make them of decided importance just
now. If thero be a good crop this year,
it is not uulikely but that some steps will
he taken in the fall to nnito tho senti?
ment of tho South in some articles of a
Tho new ten cont currency has appoar
ed. In artistic execution it is said to bo
a decided improvement on the stamps
now in vogue. On the left is a bust of
America, with scarf studded with stars,
the word "ten" is in each corner, in small
capital lettors-with a corresponding
numeral, in largo figures on tho right
hand corner, at tho top. Tho back, as
usual, is green-with tho samo insorip
tiou as on tho others. The execution of
the latter ii not so fino as it might be.
Tho other denominations are not yet
Tho latest sensation of Now York is tho
elopement of Miss Kate Taylor, of Madi?
son Avenue, nu acknowledged belle, and
hoiress of an immense fortune, with Mr.
Til? State A-rr?e
On the Bfcond
bttr next, ?e first'a*
r?tewed sojjety will take _
rJAders have been informed,
tivo Committee? ba^Cw
cessary provisions, s??t.,
fdr the people of -Ahe finale?
np the contributors, to do their part.
A small contribution from ?abb person
con cern ad in the movement is nil that
necessary. For this year, $200 from
each County will furnish the sam neces?
sary for the premium list. We hope
that the whole State will respond to this
proposition to have a successful fair.
Let it excite gonerul industry, and let
November next witness a grand gather?
ing of our farmers and mechanics, bent
upon so organizing and working as to
develop all the material interests of our
Let our fair women come forward
with their preserves, and jellies, and
butters, and with the beautiful speci?
mens of their handiwork. Let the fac?
tories of the State and the foundries
show specimens of Southern skill. Let
the nroduats of the field and the garden
show what our farmers aro doing. Let
all the departments of art and business
make their exhibition. Bring forward
your improved stock and your improved
agricultural implements. In fine, let
it be determined that the fair shall bo a
As for Columbia, we fell assured that
the city and the citizens will do their
part. Let our citizens contribute libe?
rally by becoming annual or life mem?
bers of the society.
Let tho necessary grounds and build?
ings be at onoe prepared. It is the duty
and to the interest of Columbia to move
promptly and generously in this enter?
Floating capital-the heiresses bathing |
at Long Branch.
Pipes 1 Pipes ! !
Oft DOZ. Assorted Brier Boot, with Metal
20 Doz. do., with Meerschaum Lining,
1 Gross Oauo Pipes. JOHN C. BEEPERS.
ALL PER80NB having claims against the
estate of Mas. E. T. HOPKINS, of Rich?
land County, are requested to hand them in,
properly attested; and ail indebted will make
immediate nay mont to
JAMES HOPKINS, Administrator,
May 8 a id Hopkins* Turn-Out, 8. O. B. B.
In the District Court of the United
States, District of South Carolina.
In the matter of James G. Gibbes, Bankrupt.
THI8 is to notify all Hen creditors to esta?
blish their lions against the estate, of said
Bankrupt before C. G. Jaeger, Register, at
Newberry C. H., on or beforo the 2d day of
August next, or bo barred from tho benefit of
any decreo tn bo made in tho abovo stated
case. By order of tho Court.
Juno 26 sC WM. J. HOKE, Assignee.
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOO.
THE reputation this
excellent medicino on
A ^A~^i. jf?- joys, is derived from its
^SfcL^H cu res, many of which
* ^^B3tw aro truly marvellous;
M /AH inveterate cases of Scro
vj?? fnlous Disease, where
^ftfc? fi "~*^sW tn0 HVet('m seemed s&t
"< S uratod with corruption,
- - ,tjr\t' have been purified and
- ?flrf-jBHBfv' cured bv it. Scrofulous
.^???fiflsiBBS^^^ affections anddisordcrs
which were aggravated by the eorofulons con?
tamination until they wer'o painfully afflicting,
have boon radically enrod in such ?rcat nnm
hors in almost every section of the country,
that the public scarculy need to be informed of
its virtues or uses.
Scrofulous poison is ono of tbo most destruc?
tive enemies of our race. Often, this unseon
and unfelt tenant of tho organism undermines
tho constitution, and invites thc attack of en?
feebling or fatal disoases, without oxciting a
suspicion of its presence. Again, it seems to
brood infection throughout tho body and then,
on somo favorablo occasion, rapidly dovelop
into ono or other of its hideous forms, either
on tho surface or among tho vitals. In the
latter, tubercles may be suddenly deposited in
tho lungs or heart, or tnmors formed in tho
livor, or it shows its presence by oruptions on
tho skin, or foul ulcerations on somo part of
the bodv. Hence tho occasional uso of a bottle
or this SARSAPARILLA is advisable, evon
when no activo symptoms of disease appear.
Porsons afflicted with tho following complaints
gonerallv find immediato rolief, and at length
cure, by*the uso of this .S'A RS APARILL A : St.
Anthony's Fire, Rose or Erysipelas, Tetter, Sall
Rheum, Scald Head, Ringworm, Sore Eyes,
Sore Ears and other eruptions or visible forms
of Scrofulous disease. Also, in the more con?
cealed formB, as Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Heart Dis?
ease, Fits, Epilepsy, Neuralgia ano tho various
Ulcerous affections of tho muscular and nerv?
Syphilis or Venereal and Mercurial Diseases
aro cured by it, though along timo is required
for subduing these obstinate maladios by any
medicine. Butlong continued usc of this me?
dicino will cure tho complaint. Leucorrhiea or
Whites, Uterine Ulcerations, and Female Dis?
eases, are commonly soon relieved and ulti?
mately cured by its purifying and invigorating
effect. Minuto directions in each case are found
in our Almanac, supplied gratis. Rheumatism
and Gout, when caused by accumulations of
extraneous matters in tho blood, yield quickly
to it, as also Liver Complainte, Ton?dily, Con?
gestion or Inflammation ot tho Liver ana Jnun
dice, when arising, as they often do, from tho
r inkling poisons in tho blood. This SA RSA
I AR ILLA is a great restorer foi tho strength
and vigor of the system. Those who are Lan?
guid and Listless, Despondent, Sleepless and
Troubled with Nervous Apprehensions or Fears,
or any of tho affections symptomatic of Weak?
ness, will find immediato roltef and convincing
? vidence of its restorative power upon trial.
Dr. J. C. AVER Si CO., bowell, Mas?,,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
COP, with-th* initials "Aj B.
was lpft in tbs Charlotte esra, on
tho 1st of July. Any one rot urning the Cnn to
$^jf|fe*-bo ?ibcraiiy rewaf-ftd.
~~ Hams, &c.
>*/\BA50E" Brand HAMB^ beet in market.
V/ Pnro Loaf Lard.
Fulton Market Beef, Boaled Merringa.
Pickled Salmon, Smoked Tongues, Ac.
For sale hy_QF.O. SYMMERS.
Nickerson House Hotel,
COLUMBIA, ?. C.
TRE undersigned having
RENEWED his lease upon the
above POPULAR HOUSE, will endeavor to
make it one of tho most agreeable Hotels in
the South. A call is solicited.
9ST Free CmnibuB to and from tho Hotel.
WM. A. WRIGHT,
July 9Jhmo_ _Proprietor.
Al ?i<jn of the fi^ij^&Mammoth Walch.
Gregg's Sulding, Main Street,
^?aw HAS on hand, and ia
.t?fi?coriBtuntlv receiving ad
hTFM ditione to bia ?tock of, GOLD and 8IL
?T3IYF,U WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWEL
a^^^RY, 8ilver and Plated Waro, Specta
cloa, and Fino Cutlery.
Ho would call particular attention lo his
at oak o? PLATED WARE, usofal aa well aa or?
namental, which is all warranted triple plated,
and Hold astonishingly low for cash.
CALL AND EXAMINE.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
THE Session of this institution
commences annually on the 1st day
5of October, and continues, without
?interruption, till tho Thursday pre?
ceding tho 4th of July ensuing.
Tho organization of the institu?
tion is very completo, embracing extenaive and
thorough "courses of instruction in Literature
and Science, and in the professions of Law,
Mcdiciue ana Engineering.
The expenses of tho Academic or Law Stu?
dent, exclusive of tho coat of text-books, and
clothing and pocket money, amount to abont
$305 per session of nine months; and of the
Engineering or Medical Student $395; of which
suma, respectively, $220 or 1250 is payable on
admission, and tho balance in tho progress of
For details send for catalogue
P. O. "University of Virginia."
July 24 5* Chairman of t he Faculty.
Southern Life Insurance Company,
PU Bli Li" A SOUTHERN INSTITUTION.
ASSETS - - - - - - - - 8500,000.
INSURES Lives, and promptly adjusts and
pays losses. Its principal business is with
Southern St atea, and to them it appeals for
patronage. It baa ampio means to fully pro?
tect polioy holders and pay aU losses.
BoAnn "OF DiUECTons.-John B. Gordon, A.
AuBtell, E. W. Holland. J. F. Alexander, J. H.
Callaway, J. M. Johnson, Atlanta, Ga.; B. C.
Yancey, Bonj. H. Hill, Robert Thomas, Athens,
Ga.; Wade Hampton, Columbia, B.C.; C. H.
I Phinizy, Edward Thomas. Augusta, Ga.:D. E.
Butler, Madison, Ga.; Rob?rt ToombB, Wash?
ington,Ga.; B J. Smith, Cuthbert, Ga.; A. H.
I Cojnaitt, Newton, Ga.; Wm. Johnston, Char
I lotto, N. C.;B. L. Willingham. Allendale,8.C.;
W. A. Caldwell, Greensboro. N. C.
Ornons.-John B. Gordon, President; B.
H. Hill. A^H. Colquitt, vice-Presidents; A.
Austell, E. Holland, Finance Committoe; W.
C. Morris, Secretary.
J. H. MILLER, General Agent,
207$ Broad street, Augusta, Ga.
Resident Agent at Columbia.
July 24 limos_'_
STATE TREASURY OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Juno 16. 18G0.
UNDER an Act for tho Conversion of the
State Securities, the Treasurer of tho
Statu is prepared to issue Bouda hearing G per
cent, interest, payable semi-annually, for Re?
gistered Stock. Bonds aro prepared for $100,
f500 and $1,000. Fractions may bo returned
in Certificates of stuck. Persons d?sirons of
converting their Stock into Bonds will please
present their Certificates at this office with
name endorsed upon tho back, witnessed.
Persons having Coupon Bonds desirous to
procuro Registered Stock in lieu thoroof will
please present tho same to this office, with in?
Where parties cannot attend in person to
transact their business at this office, it is prc
ferrable that the same should be transacted
through some authorized agent.
NILES G. PARKER,
June 17 14 Troasurer Stato S. C.
July 2_1 mo
Land and City Property for Sale.
14 FIRST CLASS CITY RESIDENCES, 8 to
. 12 Rooms,
2. 7 2d Class City Residences, 6 to 10 Rooms,
3. 5 3d Class " " 3 to 6 "
4. 8 Valuable Building Lots, on Main street,
5. 10 " Lots, in other parts of tho city,
G. 3 Largo Lots in Waverley,
7. 14 Tracts Land, within 3 miles of Columbia,
from ton acreB to 1,000,
8. The Hopkins T. O. Plantation, 1,480 acres,
9. 2,422 acres, near Kingsville, one of tho best
cotton and stock plantations in tho country,
10. 9 Other Plantations in Richland-somo of
them very desirable,
11. 10,000 acres in Edgeiiold-sovoral tracts,
12. Mill and Planting Property in Lexington,
13. 13,000 acres in Charleston-phosphato and
14. 2,500 acres Farming Lands in Fairfield,
15. 1,700 acree near Green viii Court Honso,
16. 6,000 " in Laurens-Heveral tracts,
17. 2,000 " in Kershaw,
18. 1,900 " in Marlboro-a No. 1 place,
19. 216 " in York-rich in gold,
20. 7 Fine Plantations in Abbovillo.
21. 85,000 acroH of Land in Florida.
Parties desiring to purohaao or soil property
will find it to their interest to consult us. We
have correspondents in Now York, Philadelphia
and Baltimore, to which points wo constantly
sond descriptive lists of property for sale.
March 6 GIBBES & THOMAS.
?IM- ? .^. .". ~" ... f-1 .-Aft"** ^-W^WIW?P?*s>
. -?- V M ^''.fipl
Wevpublish, to-day, from the Gharlee
tjjb Courier, the description qt the Ran?
gent interview between Mackey and
Cl?rky-the disputante foi tb* office-of
Collector of Customs. Mackey finds it
heart-rending to divest himself of tho
robo of this rich office, and Clark disco?
vers an inoperable obstacle iu the united
force of Mackey'arid Mackey to the pos?
session of the se?t of the dethroned mo
nurcb. The Doctor deolares himself a
"South Carolina gentlemen," and indig?
nantly scouts the idea of dictation from
a "Massachusetts carpet-bagger." The
ex-Collector brings matters to a short
conclusion-parades his myrmidons, dra?
matically nsks "under which king, Bezo
niun?" and, assured of their allegiance,
calls time on the ex-Mayor, and removes
him, vi et armit, from the office to which
the Doctor is so tenderly attucbed.
THE PIEDMONT LIFE INSCHANCE COM?
PANY.-From the advertismeut in this
morniog's paper, it will be seen that this
Southern company has favorably taken
the field in South Carolina. A branch
office has been established in the city,
nod H local Board of Directors appointed.
The main feature, and the controlling
consideration, is that all funds accrning
within South Carolina, are to bo invested
in the State, under the direction of the
local Board. This regulation must ad?
dress itself to every man desirons of
j building up home interest. "We can
cordially commend this branch of the
Piedmont Life Insurance Company to
the confidence of the State. The Pied?
mont is well established, well managed,
and its general and local Board of Di?
rectors are composed of gentlemen in
whom the community can repose confi?
dence. With no disposition to disparage
other companies, North or South, we
have a good word for such companies as
The meeting called by bis Honor the
Mayor, of the tax-payers of this city, for
Monday next, is specially commended
to the attention of oar citizens. No
doubt at this assembly will be amply dis?
cussed the effect- whioh will be pro?
duced upon the financial condition of
Columbia; upon her business relations,
and commercial status, by the city lend?
ing her aid to this agrioultarnl and me?
chanical enterprise. The ability of the
city,'her resources and capacity in finance
will be accurately weighed, wo presume,
for giving her band in aid of this excel?
lent undertaking. We apprehend that
the co-operation of Columbia, in the firm
establishment of this State Fair, will re?
dound to her benefit to an ominent de?
gree. It is a matter in which every tax?
payer is closely interested, and it is
important that a full attendance of our
citizens bo obtained to give the pros?
pect, tho situation of Columbia, tho
consequenoes attendant, and thc matter
in its general bearings a careful consi?
SOUTUEUN LITE INSURANCE COMPANY.
We commend to attention the advertise?
ment of this company announcing the
opening of an office in this city, with
Mr. Hardy Solomon as agent. Of the
importance of life insurance, we need
say nothing; especially to a.people many
of whom have been reduced by the ca?
lamities of war below even a hope of
leaving a competency to their families.
To such, life insurance not only presents
tho means of profitable investment, but
involves a sacred duty whioh no man,
with the least prospect of income, can
conscientiously nogloct. Tho "Southern
Life" opens office under peculiarly fa?
vorable auspices. It is a Southern com?
pany, composed of Sonthcrn stockhold?
ers, and numbering amongst the officers
of tho Atlanta department such names as
Gen. John B. Gordon as President, and
Gen. Wado Hampton and Col. William
Johnston as Directors, certainly most re?
liable guarantors of tho honesty and
fidelity of tho company. Wo aro one of
those who beliovo that overy life insur?
ance company is solvent, tho affairs of
which oro in the keeping of honest men.
That the "Southern Lifo" is sound, oar
people cnn be assured by tho names we
havo quoted. Bosides this, wo aro as?
sured that the moneys of this company,
like those of tho "Piedmont," aro in?
vested exclusively in tho South-an im?
portant item, when wo consider what im?
mense sums of money are yearly ab?
sorbed from our peoplo b^ . o insurance
companies of tho North, i ho company
is fortunato in the selection of Mr. Solo?
mon as agont, ono of onr most enter?
prising, spirited and successful mer
^u'iin ii ... _ _
tion ol Columbia' can be obtained at the
Photni? office. Price twenty-five cents.
We learn that Mr. Tozer'* wheat
threshing machine returned yesterday
from the up-country. During the trip]
tho machine threshed out 10,000 bushel]
RELIOIOUS SK uv J OKS Trna DAX.-Tril
nity Ohuroh-Rev. P. J. Sband, Rector]
W% A. M. and 5}4 P. M.
St. Peter'* Church-Rev. J. J. O'Coi
nell, Pastor, 10 A. M. and 3 P. M.
Washington Street Chapel-Rei. _
Wm. Martin, 10?? A. M. and by2 P. M.l
Marion Street Church-Rev. R. D.f
Smart, 10?? A. M.
Baptist Church-Rev. J. L. Reynolds
10?* A. M.
Lutheran Lecture Room-Rev. A. R|
Rude \Q% A. M.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. W. EJ
Boggs, Pastor, 10>?? A. M. and 8 P. M.
JOB OFFICE.-Tho Phoenix Job Office]
is prepared to execute every style of!
j printing, from visiting and business cards^
to pamphlets and books. With ample
material and first-class workmen, satis?
faction is guarauteed to all. If our work!
does not oome up to contract, we maka]
nocharge. With this understanding our |
business men have no excuse for sending
HOTEL Amii VALS-July 24,-Nickerson
House.-Wm. A. Julian, Company
Shops; Hon. Geo. Davis, North Carob- =
na; A. B. Bouknight, Edgefield; 0. L. M
Bartlett, New Orleans; S. G. Mason, S.^
C.; J. B. Seigler, Newberry; H. G.
National Hotel-J. W. O'Brien, Charles?
ton; Mrs. Stuart, Winnsboro; C. R.
Thomson, child and servant, St. Mat?
thews; Capt. H S. Bloget, Camden; R.
N. Miller, Mrs. Miller and ohild, Dr.
Laden Brooker, Barnwell; J. F. Gads?
den, W. C. Heriot, G. & C. R. R.
. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Attention is
called to the following advertisements,
published the first time this morning:
John McKenzie-Public Meeting.
Meetincr Congareo Lodge, L O. O. F.
R. &. W. C. Swaffield-Clothing.
Piedmont Life Insurance Company.
. I'd offer thee this hand'of mine
If yon but had the dimes,
But purses short and slim as thine
Won't do for these hard times.
I leavo thee in thy wretchedness,
As one too poor to mate.
For love, you know, can only blese
When based on real estate.
Opium is the Chinaman's tobacco, and1
if his supply is out off in one direction he
must have it from another. We learn
from a Bombay paper, that the cultiva?
tion of the poppy is at once to be largely y|
increased in the Bengal, Presidency, and \
the necessary orders have been issued in
time for the cultivation of next year.
This action is, in consequence of the
proclamation of tho Emperor of China,
prohibitory of opium cultivation in any
part of the Imperial dominions.
BLEEDING FROM THE NOSE.-Put a
piece of paper in your mouth, chew it
rapidly, and it will stop your nose from
bleeding. This remedy has been tried
frequently, it is stated, and always with
success. Physicians sny that placing a
small roll of paper or muslin above the
front teeth, under tho lip, and pressing
hard on the same, will arrest bleeding
from the nose, checking the passage of
blood through the arteries leading to the
Nm DESPERANDUM, HOPE!-Hundreds
of cases of Scrofula, in its worst stages,
old cases of Syphilis that have defied tho
skill of eminent Physicians, Rheu?
matics who have been sufferers for years,
and the victims of the injudicious use of
Mercury, have been radically cured by
DR. TTJTT'S SARSAPRILLA AND QUEEN'S
DELiarrr. It is the moBt powerful altera?
tive and blood purifier known . It is pre?
scribed by very many Physicians.
THE NAPOLEONIC THEORY.-It was the
great Napoleon's rula to concentrate bis
forces upon the enemy's lines, at certain
assailable points, and then oonqner. In
every disease "that flesh is heir to" the
BLOOD is the weak point, and element
involved. The blood purified, invigorated
and strengthened, we carry the lines
and outworks of disease, and plant npon
its very citadel the waving banner of
health. This is the theory of HETNITBH,
and with his Queen's Delight, he accom?
plishes the work. This the way he at?
tacks disease; this the line of march itt'
which ho wins the golden crown--a
trophy of viotory and success.
Disease assumes as many forms as
Proteus has shapes, and all may be traced ^
to afoul vitiated condition of the blood.
Boils, Carbuncles, Pimples, Blotches, areL
only the indications of thnt bad state of M
the blood, which, if not removed, will fj
determine in moro serious ailments, Con?
sumption, Liver-Complaint, Headache,
nervous disorder, a general breaking
down and loss of health. Heinitsh's
Queen's Delight is a sovereign specific for
the blood, general in its application, and
radical in it effects. For sale by Fisher
& Heinitsh, druggists. J24.