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COLUMBIA, S. C.
Friday .M or nmg:, Jane 24, 1870.
The Ile fu rm Movement and Ita Platform.
Thus far our exchanges very generally
in the State, ondorao the notion of the
late Reform.Conventiou. The movement
?B opposed by tho two extremes in the
State. The radical partisan and office?
holder, of course, opposes it, because, it
seeks to take from the hands that have
abused and misused it, the power of the
State. The extreme Southern man is in?
disposed to accept the movement, be?
cause ho deems it inconsistent with his
sentiments and his principles. For this
class, wo have no harsh oriticism, nor do
we question their motives. Tlioro is
much to admire in the mau who adheres
bravely and tenaciously to a lino of
thought and of action that ho believes
to be right. Still aro wo of tho opinion
that this class of men have missed tho
mark of political action. Questions in
life and in politics not unfrcquently
change. So long as the reconstruction
measures were upon their passage
pending, as it were, in the high Court of
the laud, we opposed them. So long as
the question of negro suffrage was before
the country, we held that it ought to ho
qualified and subject to Stato action.
Bat these Acts and this unqualified uo
gro suffrage bavobecomo *'accomplished
facts," and now tho question changes.
The point is now, "What shall 'wo' do
with it?" We think the answer plnJu.
Our obvious duty is to make tho most of
the situation ia which wc find ourselves
that is tho most, cousisteut with our
honor aud our self-respect, No other
course would bo wiso. This is tho duty
of our people, as we coueeivo it. This
journal is Democratic, but yet it ap?
proves, in good faith, of tho Reform
The fact of the matter is, as respects
negro suffrago, wo deliberately favor ac?
cepting it, ns the wisost solution of tho
Our Democracy rises higher and spreads
far wider than to be confined to opposi?
tion to the negro man and his political
status. In this respect wo agree with tho
Augusta Constitutionalist, when it says :
"It is true that the Federal Govern?
ment was made by white men for whito
men; but nothing was done in its for?
mation looking specially to the exclu?
sion of negroes, if any ono of tho States,
for itself, saw fit to admit them to citi?
zenship or other political rights. Tho
Democratic organization, therefore,
should be planted upon principles much
higher, grander ond nobler thau bare op?
position io the Negro Pai-ly, so-called, liy
suoh a course they would do great in
justico to themselves and an injury to
thoir cause. They would sink the subli?
mity of tho eternal truths of their time
honored faifb. into tho miserable instincts
of a brutish antagonism of race. The
Democrutio party is tho party of the
Constitution. That nauio will suflice."
If, therefore, any Democrnt is disposed
to question the platform in its feature of
eliminating the issue of negro suffrago
from the canvass, he is behind the times.
We believe that by tho next Presidential
canvass, tho National Democracy will be
disposed to do what we observe Ohio
did-viz: let this issue go. For us to
resist this wavo of universal suffrage is
useless, we believe. Better at once ac?
cept it, and purify and direct the waters
as best wo may.
We take it that wo are not unlike the
Mississippi planter who finds his low?
lands overwhelmed by the waters of tho
great river.* Tho question with him is
uot whether he shall have tho flood or
not, but the question is what "shall be
clo with it?" How best shall he restrain
this deluge, aud what fertilizing princi?
ple eau he extract from tho waters. This,
at least, is the question that we deem it
our duty to consider.
The annual commencement of Wofford
College, S. C., will take place Juno 2G.
Annual sermon by Rov. A. II. Lester.
Junior declamation ou Monday even?
ing, 27th. Aunual address before the
two Literary Societios, by Colonel J. P.
Thomas, of Columbia, 10 o'clock a. m.,
Tuesday, 28th. Alumni address by A. A.
McP. namby, Esq., Darlington, ? p. ni.
Literary oxercises on the part of tho two
societies in their respective halls for
members and persous invited, Tuesday
evening, 8 p. ra. Exorcise? on tho part
of tho graduating class, Wednesday, 29th
of June.-Sp?rtanburg Spartan.
TUE PURITY OP PUNOQ.-Concerning
Mr. Mark Lemon's scrupulous regard ,
for tho purity of tho pages of Punch, the I
following anecdote is related:
"On ono occasion, he had to leave
town for his residence ut Crawley, be?
fore the week's number of Punch was
ready for pros?, but ho stipulated that a
proof should bo sent to him late ou Sa?
turday night. Ho got the proof as he
was going to church, and ou hastily
glancing over it, be detected a double
entendre. Ho at onco took train to Lon?
don, hunted up the printer, and had tho
objectionable matter removed, substitut?
ing for it something whioh ho wrote ou
tho spur of tho moment."
Imprudent-promising your doctor a
JUDOE H?GE.-The unwilling constitu?
ents of this gentleman, in this region,
will bo pleased to learn something of his
movement? os the official reoords of Oon
eress do not show any great attontiou to
is duties ns Representative. The New?
berry Herald of last week notices his pre
sonoo in that town, at a hilarious meet?
ing of his colored constituents, while tho
Abb ovil lo Press states that ho has visited
that placo recently and ou sovoral occa?
sions. Of course, the distinguished (?)
Representativo makes a speech eaoh vi?
sit, and is sovoraly denunciatory of his
political opponents. Wo were in Colum?
bia three or four weeks ago, and Judgo
Hugo was there at that timo. Wo loft
Columbia ou last Saturday, and ho was
still hanging about the capital. His pro?
longed absence from official duties is not
explained, and wo aro left to conjecture.
Rumor says that Hogo is wofully beset
in regard to tho rudical nomination for
Congress, and that he is making indus?
trious efforts to keep down opposition to
him in tho nominating convention. It
has been darkly hinted that R. B. Elli?
ott, (colored,) will receive tho nomina?
tion, and is a decided favorite among tho
radicals over tho present incumbent.
lie this truo or not, wo cnn assure tho
occupant of Mr. Reed's seat in Congress
that tho whito people of this section
would infinitely profer Elliott, if the
choke lies between him and H?ge.
TUE NlCKETtsoN HOUSE.-Having re?
cently visited Columbia, we desire to Bay
a word iu behnlf of " mino host * Wright,
tho genial und popular proprietor of the
Niokorson Houso, ono of tho most de?
lightful hotels in tho State. Tho neat
and airy rooms, tho wall-supplied table,
and accommodating disposition of Mr.
Wright, amply componsato a traveler for
the trifling incouveuienco of its location.
lu fact, wbeu the duties of the day aro
accomplished, ouc feels refreshed and
relieved to enter such a quiet and well
ordered establishment, and is rondo for
gotful of tho fact that there is a busy
world outsido. We cordially recommend
tho Nickersou Houso to our friends.
[A nderson Intelligencer.
A ROMAN WASTS HIS HEAD PUNCHED.
Tho Romo Coitr?r says:
A young blood well formed, and of
somo scientific attainment in tho pugi?
listic art, proposes to bet $1,000 to $800
that ho can whip any mau in Rome.
His fighting weight is lol pounds. He
is some ou the kuock, aud bc'.i beeu
through somo hard tussels. Wo aiu't
mad with him a bit.
The curreut of political revolution in
Connecticut seems to bo dooper and
stronger than was supposed. Norwich
and Moiideu, heretofore radical strong?
holds; held municipal elections on Mon?
day, and in both towns the Democratic
ticket was elected. Meriden has "been
in tho habit" of giving the largest radi?
cal majority of any town iu the Stat?1,
and Norwich has never before within
"tho memory of the oldest inhabitant"
elected the wholo Democratio ticket.
6,000 Live Indians,
JU.ST arrived per "Inland air-Lino Itoute."
For salo by GEO. SYMMERS.
KW DADNEY MOKOAN & CO., VS. TUE
PRESIDENT AND DIRECTORS OF TUE
BANK OF THE STATE OF SOUTU CARO?
LINA, ET AL. CHARLESTON COUNTY,
COMMON PLEAS, EQUITY SIDE.-All per?
sons, depositors in thc Bank of tho Stato of
South Carolina, or any of ita branches, hav?
ing claims upon said Bank, arc hereby noti
fiod that by thc decreo of his Honor Judge
CARPENTER, made in this cause, and dated
May 7th, 1S70, they must provo their claims
before mo on or before thc fifteenth (15th)
day of August next, or else they will ho barred
from all participation in thc Assets of said
Bank or ciaiuia upon tho State of South Caro?
Depositors must present their claims, sus?
tained hy affidavit, similar to thoso required
for claims upon executors or administrators,
stating distinctly when thc deposit account
began, and when it ended.
The Deposit Books must in every ease bo
produced if inexistence.
CHARLES II. SIMONTON, Referee.
? Charleston, S. C., No. 15 Broad street, over
Peoples' National Bank, Juno 22,1870.
DUBING my absence from tho State, Mr.
GEO. W. DAVIS is authorized to act as my
attorney. JOHN DAVIS.
4 a- T HE EDG E FIE LD A I) 1 'J-J Ii TIS BJ?,
published at Edgciield, S. C., by D. R. Duri
soc, Proprietor, having thc largest circulation
nf any paper on tho Western side of the State,
with a magnificent advertising patronage, is
offered for tato at low figures. Terms cash.
Address tho Proprietor, June 23 3
GUEENVII.Li; ANO CoEVMUIA RAILUOAO Co.,
CoEEMMA, S. C., June 20, 1870.
COUPONS of the Stato, Guaranteed BONDS,
Certificates of Indebtedness, and Second
Mortgage BONDS of this Company, duo lat
July, is;!), will be paid at the Banking Houso
of ll. H. Kinipton, No. 'J Nassau street, New
York, or at the Carolina National Bank, in
Columbia, H. C., on and after the lat day of
Tho IXTEUEST on tho outstanding First
Mortgage Bonds and Fractional Certificates
of Indebtedness, will bo paid at tho office of
REUBEN TOMLINSON, Treasurer.
Jimo 23 ll
*y Papers publishing for the Company by
agreomcnt, will copy weekly till 1st July.
Stocks and Ronds,
GOLD AND SILVER,
Rank Notes, Coupons,
County Claims, Jury Certificates, Mutilated
Currency. Ac, Ac. Bought and sold by
D. GAMDRILL, Broker,
Office Columbia Hotel Building, Main street.
M . l? 3mo
The pleasantest husbandry known to
man is said to be the destroying of
weeds-a widow's weeds, by marrying the
A histrionic indi vi dun!, who has heard
a good deni about tho "theatre of war,"
suggests that the back seats must be very
Words should bo seconded by actiou;
it isn't enough for a housewife to eny to
a stocking with a hole in it, "You bo
EXTREMES MEET.-A dishonest bank?
rupt and nu honest ono have this resem?
blance-they both fail to make money.
What ngo is thc most deceiving ? Thc
"Too much of a good thing," as the
kitten said, wheu shu foll into flic milk
.Tones says he loves two charuiiug girls
-Jenny Bossity nud Aunie Motion.
Little girls bclicvo in a mau iu tho
moon-young hui i os iu a mau in the
"Tho only way to look at ii lady's
faults," exclaimed a suporgulluut, "is to
shut your eyes."
To tl?e Republicans of Kid? limul County.
COLUMBIA, S. C., June 22,1870.
Agreeably to tho cull of the Republican
Slato Executive Committee, the Republicans
of Richland County are hereby invitod and
requested to send delegates from tho several
election precincts of this County to attend thc
County Convention, which will bo held in Co?
lumbia on tho 22d of July next, for the pur?
pose of electing four delegates to represent
Richland County in thu Republican .State Con?
vention, which will convene in this city on tho
21th day of tho sumo month. The. several
precincts will bc entitled to thu following
number of delegates in tho County Conven?
tion: Columbia, ll; Gadsden, 1!); Garner's, '.);
Camp Ground, S; Davis', ti; Killian's Mills, 6:
Trcuholiu's, 1. S. II. THOMPSON,
Chairman Republican Countv Committee.
Juno 23 tl_
. f, TnE celebrated Wilcox
jL?S~3&e4i ?V Gibbs SEWING MA
**Sr CHINE will ho on oxhi
ragr H bition at my Store. These
/CV tl Machine's are noiseless,
fi^3.^Tjikv*<TiSre8rM** u'"r" which
VCT'^^St^lfflr^ r,? other machines cm
\?r J JHS??^ d() Call and see.
If Juno HI_ _P. V. SCHNEIDER.
Ours, Pistols, Sewing Machines, &c.
-.-^ TUE subscriber offers for sale
i**><**l new and second-hand SEWING
?fCJxCS^MA?HINES of all tho principal
r tim% ?makes.
ENGLISH GUNS and Sportsmen's Equip
incuts, which arc offered for sale at cost prices
JuneJJi_ _ F. A. SCHNEIDER.
Attention, Congaree Rifles!
MEMBERS of this organization will meei
THIS EVENING, at thc Indcpcndenl
Engine Hall, at half-past s o'clock. A full at?
tendance is earnestly requested, as bushiest
of importance will he transacted. Tho lisi
will bo open to receive members. Rv order o
Ii. JOYNER, Captain.
R. M. CASSON, Secretary. Juur-241
The South Carolina Bank and Trust Co
TTTILL open for business MONDAY, Juin
W 27th, in tho building formerly ocenpict
by tbs Carolina National Rank. Stockhold
ors ?ire- requested to call ami make paymcn
.ii' first instalment on or before that ?late.
HARDY SOLOMON, President,
.imo- 23_ J. _C!_R 0 AT H. Cashier._
?j m 4 PIPE Jas. Hennessy'a 18ti0 Cognac.
J."-* i pipe .? " " ima
.| pipe Brandenburg Freres 18:15 "
RciiiK Importer's Aguut for nulo of all Fo
reign Wine.-, and Liquors offered hy me, I cai
give equal inducements to thu trudi' any Job
bin;,' House in New York or Ballimore ca:
offer. GEO. SYMMERS.
pr/\ CASKS TABLE CLARET, for sale low
OVJ for cash, by GEO. ?SYM.MERS.
_ Jillie ?:)
SPAltTANUUHG COUNTY, S. C.
AyWLr^Y THIS delightful Wa teri n
4jf^fv^fer?W P'ftc?. unsurpassed by any i
n|zl'iffiR?9' tho South, for its niedicini
Klxji^C^i*?33~(|ii;diti( ^. is. now open for th
Bummer; invalids and pleasure-seekers sboul
not fail to visit this Spring. Bowling Aile}
Billiard Saloon, Croquet Grounds are bein"
titted up for tho amusement of tho guest:
Paney Balls during the summer. Rooms nowl
and comfortably furnished, and the Table sui
plied with tho best of everything. Stases d
reet from Spartanburg to Hotel. Charge
J35 per month. W. D. FOWLER,
June 23 lino Proprietor.
Hoes. Steel and Iron.
?JAA DOZEN lirado's CROWN HOES, a<
Ol/U sorted sizes.
20,000 lbs. English PLOW STEEL, assorte
50.000 lbs. Genuine SWEDES IRON, astor
Tlic above are ol direct importation fro]
Stockholm, Birmingham mid S he Ifield, nu
aro,therefore, of superior qualities to Noiil
ern imo ut ions. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
?yr\ MATS Old Government J AVA COFFE]
?U\) lor salo at reduced prices. E. HOPI'
Butter and Cheese.
CIHOICE Goshen BUTTER and prin
/ Factory CHEESE, just received, and f<
sule low by J. T. R. AGNEW.
Europe and .America
WILL bo exhibited at the NICKEBSej
HOUSE HALL, on THURSDAY, FR
DAY ANO SATURDAY NIGHTS, JUNE 23, 2
Admission 50 cents. Children 23 cents. R
served seats 7o cents.
Tickets at Bryan A McCartcr's Bookstore.
Commence at*half-past 8. Juno 22
ST. JOHN ' S DAY.
Cl^U'wiVO THE Cars will leave tho Dep
"y*a^SS88of tho Charlotte Columbia and A
gusta Railroad at 7 o'clock a. m., procisel
Tho Coniniitteo will meet at tho Saloon of M
John McKenzie, WEDNESDAY and THUR
DAY EVENINGS, at 8 o'clock, to mako fin
arrangements. A. C. DAVIS,
June 22 3 _Secretary.
Creme Se La Creme.
1 (\(\ BARRELS very superior F AMII
200 barrels low priced and medium qualitic
For sale low hy EDWARD HOPE.
XJ o o CL 1 Items
Our worthy Chief and offioient "local"
took his departure, yesterday, for a more
Northern elimo. After on arduous and
incessant application to tho numerous
duties, professional nnd otherwise, which
devolve on his position, ho will, no
doubt, fully appreciate "tired nature's
sweet restorer"-rest, and any amount of
recreation in a moro Northeru latitude.
In his absonce, an improvised "local"
will assume the responsibilities, and
endeavor to discharge tho dutios which
pertain to tho tripod.
We have received tho circular of the
Camden Female Iustitu te, which is under
charge of Prof. W. Beaumont Clarksou,
Principal, assisted by un effioieut corps
of assistants in the various departments,
and would tako this occasion to recom?
mend Mr. Clurkson's school to the pa?
tronage of those haviug wards to edu?
cate. Tho Iustituto is located iu a
remarkably healthy portion of the State,
and enjoys facilities secoud to no insti?
tution of a first class grade.
The young meu of tho town of Wal?
halla have formed a volunteer organiza
tion, under tho name of tho "Walhalla
Riflemen," tho company numberiug 106
members. Thc following aro tho oflicers:
C. E. Watson, Captain; J. C. Carter,
First Lieutenant; Roheit Pierson, Se?
cond Lieutenant; Tho?. P. Hoyt, Third
Lier.tenaut; J. H. OstemlorfT, Orderly.
Wo learn thut tho services of this com?
pany will bo tendered lo tho Governor.
Tho "General Synod of the Evangeli?
cal Luthcruu Church in North America,"
which closed its session at Winchester,
Va., a fow days ago, bas decided by a
vote of the body, to loc.ito u Theological
Seminary in this city.
Tho thermometer, yesterday, indicated
00 degrees in tho shade. This is not
ouly positively warm, but we think
approximates tho superlative.
Dou't be frightened at the ?,OOO live
Indians jost arrived at George's Store.
The matter is likoly to cud in smoke.
In fact, they are ouly a very choice brand
of cigars, very popular with his custo?
mers. Verbum sap. sat.
It is a very pleasant thing for thu^e
who participate in the destruction of
liquors to kuow of what they are com?
posed. Some liquors seized by a sheriff
iu Connecticut the other day were ex?
amined by a chemist, who reports that
thc port wino was composed of alcohol,
alum, sulphuric acid, oil of vitriol and
sugar of lead. Whiskey was composed
of alcohol, fusel oil, oxide of lend and
irou. Gin was composed of alcohol,
water, lead, sulphuric acid, oil of juni?
per, oil of turpentine and Btigar. Tho
lead which is present iu ail these liquors
is oue of the most certain and subtle
poisons. Ono dose of it may not provo
fatal, but it is of such n nature ns to
accuuuilttto in tho system, omi each
drink adds to that previously taken,
which hus lost no strength. These are
simply interesting and pleasant facts for
those to know who indulgo iu the luxury
of much liquor.
We aro informed that Judge Carpenter
will soon take the field as the candidate
of tho Reformists.
Perry Dozier, (colored,) a notorious
burglar, who was serving his second term
in tho Penitentiary, succeeded in elu?
ding tho vigilauco of tho guard, ou Wed?
nesday, and made his escape.
Tho auction sale of cows and calves
advertised in yesterday's issue, b3* Messrs.
Peixotto & Sou, to take place this morn?
ing, has boen postponed until Tuesday
next, iiSth instant.
Schuman's Diorama was well attended,
last night, aud, we believe, all were
pleased with it. To-night will bc thc
last but one of tho exhibition of tbis
truly remarkable work of art, and we
would say to all who have not witnessed
theso grand scenic views, to go to-night,
by all means; ono singlo scene-tho
eruption of Vesuvius-is alono worth
tho prico of admission, lo say nothing
of the grand and imposing viow of the
Church of Notro Dame, and other im?
portant localities. In all our show-going
experience, which is extensive, wo avor,
in all candor, wo have never attended a
botter, or ono moro eutitled to tho
patrouago of thc public. Tickets for
these exhibitious eau bo procured at
Messrs. Bryan & McCartcr's Bookstore.
MAIij AltnAKQEMENTS.-Tho Northern
mail is opened for delivery at 8 a. m.;
closed at 8.30 a. m. Charleston, opened
at 5.30 p. m.; closed at 8.30 p. m.
Greenville, oponed at 5.30 p. m.; closed
at 8.30 p. m. Western, oponed at 9.30
a. m.; closed at 4 p. m. Charleston,
(evoning,) opened at 8 a. m.; closed at
d.30 p. m. On Sunday, the post office is
open from 9 to 10 a. m.
Smokists and chowists, call at Hie
The indestructible tug is a grent con?
venience to merchants. It auswers tho
combined purpose of a directiou label
and business card. Call at the PHOENIX
Publishing House and supply your?
The PllONIX office is supplied with
every style of material from the tjiuull
metal letter lo the largest wood type,
together with plain aud fancy cards,
paper, colored ink, bronze, etc. It is
the only establishment in the interior of
tho State where two and three sheet i
posters can 1"> printed. All kinda of
work in thc printing line atteuded tout
HOTEL ARUIVALI., June 23-A'?ckvwon House.
L ll Cohn, Mrs 1 Harlin, Charleston; W C
Terrey, Wm Sugg, Nebraska: G R Harding,
C Schuman, FSehumor, Diorama; E S llnbley,
li lt i; lt; I Quattlcbaum, J E Maloney, Lex?
ington; L C Carpenter. Washington; T M
Willies, Coonee; J A Smith, Yorkvillc; Samuel
Orr, Auderson; C T Lowry Yorkviilo; A E
Hutchinson, Encl; Hill; II II* Haukhcad, New
Orleans; G P Hoffman, Euko.
Columbia Hotel.-N F Bvnnm, Kingsville;
H L Fairly, S C; W II Evans, S C; G M Wil?
liamson, Macon, Ga; W Cain and W G William?
son, W C and A li lt; J II Shikill, boston; A W
Roes, Marion; E W boss and two children,
Pendleton; Mrs While, Miss Davis, Mis? Ad
ions, Mrs Adams ?ind two children, llichlund;
ll Parkley and li D Barkley, New York; W It
Roberson, Winusboro; J J McLanc, Chester;
J W Woodward, Wateree; H A Whitney, VV C
and A R lt.
LIST ot NEW AI>\ KUTISEMESTS.
Geo. Symmerr- 5,000 Live Indians.
Notice io Owner.- of City Property.
Carolina National Bunk of Columbia.
J. & T. R. Agnow-Fulton Market Beer.
Dabney Morgan ts. Bunk of Hie State.
Meeting ot Cungaroo Billes.
Fulton Market Beef.
/"WOK'S FULTON MARKET BEEF and
\j Pickled Beef Tongues, just received and
for sale by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Carolina National Bank of Columbia,
S. 0., June 23,1870.
fTWE Heard of Directors ot the Carolina
1 National Bank of Columbia, S. C.. have
.'.'....hired a semi-annual Dividend of SIX PER
CENT, on ita capital stock, clear of United
States, State and County taxes, payable on
and after the first day of July: and have
directed that the surplus profits tor the six
mouths ending .lune 30,1S70, Le carried to ti.e
credit of tho Surplus Fund.
Juno 21 3 W. B. G CLICH, Cashier. _
Notice to Property Owners.
COLUMBIA, S. C., June 23. 1^70.
TITHE following extract is published tor thc
JL information ot' all concerned:
AN ORDINANCE TO Ai.TEn ANO AMExn AN OHM
NANCE CONCEHNINd STREETS AND PAVEMENTS,
PASSED .IAN t'A KY. 17. 1800.
That all owners ot lois iu tho <:ity of Co?
lumbia sbal! each repair, level and keep at bis
or her own expense, the side-walks butting
ou his or her lot, according to such directions
as the Mayor and Aldermen may, lrom time
to time give, and any person neglecting or re
fusiiiK to tb) so after ten days' notice, shall
foi feit and pay tho sum ol' ten dollars for each
and every day he or she sball Ol' may so refuse
or neglect; ?nd it shall bo tho duty cf the
Chic) ol' Police after the expiration of said
notice, to cause said side-walks tu be lev< led
or repaired at the expense ol Ibo owner?.:' tho
adjoining lot, winch expense, when approved
by the Mayor and Aldermen, shall be collected
in the hame manner as the tax npoii real
?state, after ten days' notice to the partv con
Bv order of the Mavor.
WILLIAM J. ETTER,
Juno21 T2 City Clerk.
IT cunno: hurt you. lt is purely vegetable.
Try Simmons' Liver Regulator, if yon wish to
bo well. It acts like a charm without debili?
tating the system, and without any of the
evil ei?'-cts of mercury. Si m mons' Liv
Regulator is thc safe remedy. J 10 T;
To WHOM ir MAY CONCERN.-Have you ever
befouled your grey hair with the viscid dyes
or worse preparations offered as .substituter'.'
If so, thny disgust you, of course; but let not
that prevent you from using I'HALON'S VITA ri A
on SALVATION' FOB THE HAIR, which is clear and
harmless as water, in all respects agreeable,
and effects the desired object thoroughly and
satisfactorily. J !!. T<!
SoMETniNo NEW UNUER TUE SEN.-A now
era is dawning upon tho life of woman.
Hitherto she bas been called upon to sutler
the ills of mankind and her own besides. The
frequent and distressing irregularities peculiar
to ber sex have long been to her thu ' din ful
sin ing of woos unnumbered." In thc mansion
of tho rieh and in tho hovel ol' poverty alike
woman has been the constant yet patient vie
tim of n thousand ills unknown to man-and
these without a renie.lv. "Oh, Lord, how
long!" in the agony of her soul, hath abo cried.
Put now the hour of ber redemption is come.
She will sulfur no more, for Dr. J. Bradfield'-?
Female Itegnlator-Woman's Best Friend-is
for sale by all respectable Drugi; ist s through?
out tho latid, at ?1.50 per bottle. In another
column of this nowspaper will ?JO found .-.onie
interesting particulars concerning tho Female
Regulator and other information highly im?
portant to women. J 1J 0
The attention of our readers is called to?
day to tho advertisement in another col nm ll,
headed l.ippniaii's Grtat German Bitters, u
preparation that bas been used for upward oj
A century in enlightened Europe with the
greatest success in tho cure of Dyspepsia or
Indigestion, Constipation, Loss of Appetite,
Liver Complaint, loss ot tone in the digestivo
organs, etc. Tao proprietors, ?Messrs. Jacob
Lippman & Bro., Savannah, Ga., have, at con?
siderable outlay, succeeded in obtaining thc
original recipe for making this delightful tast?
ing Bitters, and pledge their reputation that
in preparing it, tbe original standard shall bc
kept up. J i.i i _
The beat LIVER medicine is HEINITSH
QUEEN'S DELIOUT. This wonderful vegelablo
compound r.cts with certainty upon tho Liver
and Stomach, without impairing tho functions
of any other organ. It invigorates, restores,
improves the general condition of the system;
regulates the Bowels by its aperient proper?
ties; stimulates the Liver and makes it act;
Strengthens the digestion and gives tone to the
man. It awakens the dull ami aluggish Liver
to activity and life. This is, of all tho season,
the time to try it. Go and get a bottle from
Heinitsh-you will not regret it. J??
Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight,
when properly combined, makes tho
most powerful blood purifier known.
Ask for Dit. TLTT'S. J5
If yon consult your welfare, fail not
to read the advertisement headed "BAD
Lunch every day at Pollock's.
Why aro hoops like obstinate men?
Because they ofteu stand out about
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