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Bunday a?orning, Joly 10.1870.
Tho Executive Committee'? Address
' Points In Connection Tl.crcwllh.
Aa respects the points made in the
address of the Executive Oommittee
of the Union Reform party, on the
extravagance and corruption of our
State r?gime,, on the question of suf?
frage, and on the duty of our people
to support the nominees of the late
convention, ' We give our assent. Fur?
ther, in this concoction, it is due to our?
selves to declare that now, as ever, we
maintain that the reconstruction Acts of
Congress were "unconstitutional and
revolutionary," and on outrage upon the
white people of the South. We denouuod
them then, and we denounce them now,
not because they scoured tho negro in
his. freedom, bat because they wore a de?
nial of the Tights and showing to which
tho whites were., entitled. We acoept
with cheerful acquiescent the suffrage
fixed by law; but- we maintain that uni?
versal amnesty ought to go with it, and
that the saving and conserving principio
of proportional representation should as
soon aa possible be linked with univer?
sal suffrage from one end of this broad
land to the other. Nor do wo regard the
great principle of local self-government as
a matter to be abandoned in this country.
We do , not accept the consolidation of
the gOvernmeut. Serious and grievous
wounds .have been i nil ic te tl upon tho
government of this country by the hands
of a ruthless party; but it does not do
volve upon us to surrender a vital prin?
cipio of self-government. It has been
well said, as respects the policy of the
South: "With her it was a grand and
mighty policy to spread abroad over tho
earth the great leading principles of the
Constitution of the United States. All
geixeral interests, under one common go?
vernment, and all local or sectional inte?
rests with the States or sections to whom
they belonged." This ?3 still tho policy of
the country-this is still the suggestion
of a broad statesmanship-this now,
more than ever, is essential to the peaoe
and liberty of the numerous States that
compose the American Union. Whilst,
therefore, we do favor the reform move?
ment in this State, and in good faith de?
sire to see carried out the propositions
contained in the platform, we never
shall lose Bight of those essential and
vital elements that enter into our politi?
cal creed. We are ready to meet the
future, but wo oherish all that is valua?
ble and honorable in the past. Wo are
for progress, but we demaud that it bo
genuine and steady.
We acoept the general suffrage forcod
upon ns, but wo desire it linked with
general amnesty and proportional rep?
resentation. We advise obedience to
the hugs of the laud, but we shall seek
to right what we deem wrong-to up?
hold the truth aud strike down the
wrong. We acknowledge that tho rights
of the States have over and over again
been leveled in tho dust, but wo hold
that local self-government is an immor?
tal principle and cannot be annihilated,
and we contond that this is a govern?
ment where the executive, the legisla?
tive and the judicial ought tobo co-equal
and co-ordinate departments.
We know that] the South has in the
past maintained State rights with logic
and rhetoric, but wo contend that it
must henceforth be done with the wea?
pon of industrial agencies.
And whilst we advise our people, in
good faith and on high, open grouuds, to
press this reform movement to its host
results and to a victorious end, at the
same timo wo urge them not to close
their eyes to tho great work of fostering
industry and encouraging immigratiou.
We mu?t put in play a triune force. We
must win the State from the pluudorer
and pilferer, must press the work of ac?
tivo industry, and we must clear the
way for the streams of Northern aud
IMMIGRATION.-Alluding to thc efforts
of certain radical lenders to revivo
Know Nothingism iu this country, thc
Mobile Register suva, aud well says :
But wo trust that tho sober common
sense of tho country will crush out this
nofarious attempt, as it did on tho two
previous occasions. Tho policy of tho
United States, from its organization as
a Government down to tho preaout time,
has always boon to encourage immigra?
tion, just as it has always boon tho pol?
icy of the States to encourage marriage.
Any law which throws impedimeuts in
the way of marriage, is viewed as being
detrimental to tho causo of progress and
tho laws of humanity. It ia on the samo
principio that tho polioy of tho United
States ia in favor of immigration. To
cast impedimeuts in its way is detrimen?
tal to tho cause of population and pro?
gress, and in derogation, of tho laws of
hu tuan i ty-and boneo it is that popula?
tion, progress and humanity are all in
favor of encouraging immigration. The
introduction of negro suffrage adds a
double value to tho policy of white im?
! A French Imperialist newspaper organ
in Paris declares that France "must pos?
sess the Rhenish frontier." Thia, it is
said, follows in the law pf self-pt?serva
tion and for the Kccnrity of the nation.
If this is bo, it may aooonnt for the meet?
ing of the Czar of Russia, the King of
Prussia nod Bismarck, at Ems. Euro?
pean diplomacy moves in a mysterious
m au uer.
A REMARK ABLE DIFFEBENOE.-It was
our duty for several successive weeks to
ohroniole the results of Sunday rum in a
sorics of horrible butcheries such as the
metropolis hardly knew before; but last
Sunday the excise law was enforced, and
the difference in fuvor of good order iu
the city was simply wonderful.
liVeio York Herald.
Tho Canton Mail says of tho Missis?
sippi Press Association: Tho Association
will admit every paper born into life in
tho natural way, and legitimately fathered
by the people's demand. But the bas?
tard concerns that are forced upon tho
State, in her helplessness, and are to
exist on what they propose to steal, can't j
A sportive young lady soys: "If the
ooarse of true love does nevor run
smooth, why don't they water it, and
roll it regjlarly so many hours a day,
until they got the course so smooth that
any donkey can run npon it?"
A Chioago thief stole a pooket-book
from a lady the other day, which contain?
ed only a subscription list for the poor.
The pocket-book was retnrncd, with a
note assuring tho lady he was, "likehor
8elf, a frieud of tho poor."
Ringgold, Ga., had a bridegroom who
objected to having his bride slobbered
over by the parson. A row ensued, the
parson got a busted r>noot, the bride?
groom a black eye, and the parson's wife
mutilated tho bride's toggery.
An Indian was recently shot dead at
the Ageuoy at Sante, by a white overseer,
because in excavating ho did uot throw
the dirt far enough. Seeiug tho over?
seer abont to reload, three Indians seized
his gun and killed bim with it.
The Loudon Standard has a report of
a horrible tragedy in Seville. A gipsy
suspecting a policeman of criminal inti?
macy with his wife, killed both, togother 1
with his own child.
The President having ?igued tho copy?
right law, tho entiro business will bo
transferred to the Cougressioual Libra?
rian. The law franks all titles, books,
etc., to the copyright at Washington.
A laborer on the Iloosao tunnel was
murdered by a fellow-workman ou Mon?
Lunch every day nt Pollock's.
SHAHES Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad Stock. Small lot Commercial
Bank Billa, by D. GAMBUILL,
July 10 1 Ofilco Columbia Hotel Building.
TWO ABLE HANDS, to work in Saw Mill;
ono Engineer; ono good Teamater; ten
hands to get out croaa-tios, six milos from Co?
lumbia. ISAIAH HALTIWANGER.
Lemons '. Lemons!
AFINE lot of FLORIDA LEMONS just re?
ceived and for sale at tho
July 10 POLLOCK HO?8E.
A COTTAGE, on Arsenal Hill, con?
taining four rooms, with the necessary
.out-buildings, and a duo Garden at?
tached. Apply at this Oftico.
SINCE tho fire of Sundry morning last, wo
have removed our stock to Brice's old
stand, corner Maia and Blanding Streets,
whore wo will keep constantly on hand a first
class stock of GROCERIES and FAMILY
SUPPLIES generally. Will also purcha.io all
hinda of country PRODUCE. My old custom?
ers and tho public are invited to call.
Joly 10_J. A. HENDRIX & BRO.
LINES OF GOODS
Will bo sold
At Less than Cost,
To close out
LADIES' LINEN SUITS,
Shetland Shawls, all colors,
Grenadine Shawls and Mantles, in black,
white and fancy colors,
Satin Stripe Bcdwins.
We aro now clearing out every articlo in
SUMMER GOODS, UKO Aim LESS OK COST, and
BIG BARGAINS may bo anticipated.
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building.
w. D. LOVE.
n. n. M'cKEKnv. July 10
I have secured tho services of Mr. C. T.
KINLOCH, of Charleston, who will look after
tho comfort of tho guests of tho Nickoreon
Houso. W. A. WRIGHT.
ON tho evening of tho 7th July. 1870, be?
tween Boardcn's atoro and lh(! Charlotte,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad, a POCKET
BOOK, containing $100. more or less, includ?
ing Cash and Railroad Freight Bills. A libe?
ral reward will bp paid for tlio dolivory or any
information concerning tho samo.
July 0 2* _ WADE II. RIVES.
ON July 4, a dark brindle
MILCH COW, with hunched hip.
^ Any ono restoring lier to FELIX
_.C ARD A HELLI, Merchant Tailor,
Columbia, will ho rewarded. July 8
PARTIES wishing COAL for winter usc,
will lcavo their orders at onco at A. Pal
mor'B Btoro. BANKS A; MOORE.
5BBLS. NEW FLOUR.
10 sacks do All of wheat of this
harvest, for sale low. bv
Joly 2 LORRICK <fc LOWRANCE.
Ai a bull in high life, n youngman and
an old gentleman, (teated near each other,
wero yawning- HO thai their jaw-bones
wera in duugor of dislocation. ''Axe
yon having good time?" asked the
young man. i "Me? Not at all." "Lot'o
eat, then." 1'Can't, Tm master of the
To bo legally married in Bavonna,
Ohio, you huvo only to go before the
Mayor, a tu to that you "intelligently,
religiously aud spiritually" love each
other, and declare yourselves "religious?
ly, philosophically aud scientifically mar?
A gentleman of Boston, who takes a
business view of most things, when ro
oontly asked respecting a person of quito
a poetic temp?rament, replied: "Oh, ho
is one of thoso men who have soarings
after tho iufinite and divings after the
unfathomable, but who uever pay cash."
Two farmers in KausaB recently had n
law-suit about soveu pounds of butter.
Whon tho jury rotired they took with
them the butter, procured some crackers,
ate them togother, and returned a vordiot
of "no cause for action.'?
Unprecedented floods have recently
occurred in Australia, and great damage
has been done. Tweuty persons aro
known to have perished.
George R. McKee, of Kentucky, bas
just been married to his first wife thc
second time. They wore divorced twen?
ty-five years ago.
A schoolmaster, named Thomas E.
Burdick, was murdered at St. Johusvillo,
N. Y., yesterday.
Two hundred miles of path-way have
been explored in tho Mammoth Cave of
Tho air of importance-ono's first
Alexander H. Stepheus uow weighs
German Student Lamps,
AT REDUCED PRICES. A largo stock of
No. 1 of tho abovo, just received at
July 10 1 _STANLEY'S.
JUST RECEIVED, a largo assortment
$2??f tho abovo, for Mocking birds and Ca
\JfcVuaries, at STANLEY'S.
'raSC July io 1
A FINE PIANO, in good con
fdition. Apply at
July 10 1* THIS OFFICE.
Gas-Light Bills for Month of June.
CONSUMERS who desiro LIGHT in pro
terence to darkness, aro requested to call
promptly at my ofJSeo and pay their bills.
Failing to do so, the regulation concerning do
faultors will he rigidly enforced.
July 10 3 Sec'y Columbia Gas Light Co.
TO encourage the consumption of tho gonn
ino unadulterated CALIFORNIA CHAM?
PAGNES, we have reduced the prices of the
aame to tho following low prices for cash only,
Quarts, per Caso of 1 Dozon, $13.00.
Pints, por Case of 2 Dozon, 14.00.
Sparkling Angelica, per caso of 2
Dozen, Pints, 14 00.
Sparkling Catawba, per caso of 2
Dozen, Pints, 14 00.
Together with a full assortment of Choice
Rye Whiskies, Genuino Otard Brandies, Old
Port, Sherry and Madeira Wines, Holland Gin,
Rum, aud Rectified Liquors, which aro con?
stantly on baud and for salo at low figures, by
July 9_J. AT. R. AGNEW.
Spices and Flavoring.
FRESH VANILLA BEANS,
Long India Pepper, Whito Pepper,
Celery Heed, Mustard Seed,
Turmoric, Puro Ground Black Pepper.
For salo by E. H. UE1NITSU, Druggist,
July 8t At tho Old Stand.
Sapolio ! Sapolio ! !
THE brightest and best. Cheaper and
bettor than any other Polish for Tin,
Brass. Steel, Irou, Glass, Wood, and all other
metallic surfaces. For salo by
July Ht E. H. HEINITSU, Druggist.
Magic Chafing Powder.
'i'iic Narac'i Friend.
FOR tho instant euro of CHAFING AND
SCALDING of Childron and Adults.
A certain rcliof for BURNS, SCALDS, Irri?
tation of tho Skin, Galls, Inflammations,
Abrasions, and all Cutaneous Diseases. For
sale by E. H. HEINITSU,
July Sf Druggist.
Removal of Rental Office.
DR. D. L. BOOZER has removed his
roflico to Mr. G. Diorcks' new building,
ou Main etroet, over tho Messrs. Portor &.
Co.'s Dry Goods' Store, whero ho offers his
professional services to his former patrons
and the pnbl i c._J u n o 28
PCf \ CASES TARLE CLARET, for salo low,
0\J tor cash, by GEO. SYMMERS.
FAMILY PACKAGES ASSORTF.D CRACK?
ERS, consisting of Milk, Cream, Egg,
Butter, Boston and Lemon Crackers.
Fresh Sugar, Butter, Soda, Lemon and EGG
CRACKERS, just received and for salo at
wholesalo and retail, by
Juno 28_J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Fruit and Fish.
ANNEDPEACHES-21b. Cans-2Sc. oach.
Canned Tomatoes-2 ** " 20c. "
Canned Salmon-1 lb. Cans-10c. each.
Canned Oysters-1 lb. Cans-20c. "
Canned Lobsters -1 lb. Cans-20o. *.
Canned Mackerel-2 lb. Cans-Goo. "
All fresh and lino, and for salo by
June 2? _J. & T. R. AGNEW.
One Dollar Counter.
Fifty Cents Counter.
Twenty-Five Cents Counter
IS daily replenished with a new and varied
assortment of useful and fancy articles,
united to tho wants of all. D. not fail to call
and soo them. C. F. JACKSON.
July 1 _
14 PIPE Jas. Honncssy's 18(10 Cognac.
-? I pipo " " 18C5
.J pipo Brandenburg FrereB 1835 .*
being Importer's Agont for salo of all Fo?
reign Wines and Liquors oflferod by mo, I can
givo equal inducements to tho tracie any Job?
bing Houso in New York or Baltimore can
Offer. GEO. SYMMERS.
?. Morris, Columbia. S. C.,
MANUFACTURER o? COTTON GINS, at
?3.50 por saw. Our GinB aro warranted
to ploaBO iu overy respect, or no salo. Pre?
mium awarded at last Stato Fair. Also, Wood
Turning in evory description and style, at
short notice. Juno 30 3mo
X* o a, 1 X t o m 0 -
SLEEPING CABS ON TUE CHABLOTXE
EOAD.-We learn that Col. Johnston,
the President of the Charlotte, Columbia
und Augusta Railroad, intends establish?
ing ft regular night train on that road, iii
a short time. The train will bo put on
to meet the requirements of tho heavy
Northern passenger traffic which tho
Charlotte Road expects to got for thc
next three or four mouths. Tho night
train on that road at present, is what is
known aa an accommodation train; the
passenger coaches ar", attached to the
freight cars, and tho train travels very
slowly. The new traiu will havo regular
sleeping coaches attached to it, and will
leave Augusta about G o'clock iu tho
evening, Columbia about 12, and arrive
in Charlotte at G o'clock the next morn?
ing, making close connectious at each
PALACE PASSENOEB CAB.-We had tho
pleasure, yesterday morning, of examin?
ing a new passenger car, which has just
been completed for tho Greenville aud
Columbia Railroad Company, by the
Jackson Sc Sharp Company, of Wilming?
ton, Delaware. It is a beautiful pieco
of work-the finest iu tho South, wo
verily believe. The car is of tho moni?
tor pattern, sixty feet loug, aud will
comfortably seat sixty pnsseugera. Tho
ceilings are fresco imitations; the panel?
ings of maple, relieved with walnut, ash
and oak; the flooring alternate pieces of
ash and walnut; tho seats aro covered
with red and green plush, and are very
comfortable-secured by a lock, so that
it is impossible to turn them without a
key. The great advantage of this car is
the superior ventilation; thc windows aro
broad and high, besides which, there are
improved ventilators in the ceiling.
I Tasty bundle and umbrella racks adorn
I the sides of this beautiful conveyance.
Kerosene is dispensed with-caudles
being used iu tastily-ornamented frames,
with ??lobos. This car is au evideuco of
what the new company contemplate-a
complote overhauling of tho road, ma?
chinery, etc.-to bring it up to a first
class rating. President Bush aud Super?
intendent Moro menu business. The new
car will bo run out iu a few days.
CnoMiis.-Ground has been broken in
Wayne street, by tho Charlotte, Colum?
bia and Augusta Railroad, for tho pur?
pose of connecting with tho Greenville
Railroad. The Wilmington, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad will soon follow
suit, when it is contemplated to erect a
vast freight depot, and, we presume, c
passenger dopot, also.
Persons desirous of visiting Erskine
College, at Due West, on the 13th ant1
14th, can obtain tickets from any point
on the Greenville and Columbia Rai!
road, to Donuald's and return, for ont
It is said that corns eau be extermi?
nated by coating them with gum arabic
mucilage every night, before going tc
A valuable caso of surgical iustrumenti
was lost several weeks ago. The Uncle:
will be liberally rewarded by leavinj
thom ot this office, or at General Pres
Merry's Museum for July appears witl
a new and beautiful cover aud in an eu
Iarged form, about one-third more read
ing matter being given than formerly
81.50 a year. Send for a specimen num
ber. Horace B. Fuller, publisher, Bos
The postmaster has received strict or
dors from tho Peetmastor-Genoral not t<
deliver any papers, pamphlets or otho:
printed matter on whieh the postage ha
not been pre-paid at least three month;
iu advance. All such matter will bi
thrown in the wasto-Lag, if not attendee
to promptly by those interested.
The latest marriage announcement
read thus: No cards, uo cake, no pro
scnts, no wedding trip, no honey-moon
Some kuowiug ono has said that thi
man born in July will bo fat, and wil
suffer death for the woman ho loves. Thi
female will bo very handsome-, with i
sharp nose and a fino bust. Sh o will bi
of a sulky temper.
Mr. Wright has obtained a now lensc
not of life, but of tho Niukcrson IIouso
from tho trustees, aud, under his super
vision, backed up by Messrs. Kinloch
Carr and other ablo assistants, will kee]
up tho woll-enrned reputation of thi:
highly popular hostelry.
Tho PHOENIX ofiico is supplied witl
ovory stylo of material from tho smni
metal letter to tho largest wood type
together with plain and fancy cards
paper, colored ink, bronze, etc. It ii
tho only establishment iu tho interior o
tho State whoro two and threo shoo
posters can be printed. All kinds o
work in the printing lino attended to a
Old newspapers can ba obtained at thc
PHCENIX Office, at low figures. Thc
oheapest wrapping paper that can bc
DEATH OJ? W. T. MCKKWS, ESQ.-We
regreot to learn, from the Orangebarg
Natos, of the death of thia -well known
oitizon, on the5th instant. Mr. MoEewn
was nt one timo Intendant of the town
of Orrtngeburg, nhd was universally ad?
mired for his honesty and straight-for?
wardness. He had been connected with
tho South Carolina Railroad for more
than thirty year?.
The Policy-holder's Lifo Assuninco
Company has hitherto been little heard
of by the general public, owing to a
clausa in the charter, requiring that ap?
plication for insurance amounting to
SI,000,000 should be received before the
company oould issue n policy. Tho of?
ficers and agents of the company havo
been quietly but perseveringly applying
themselves to securing the required sum,
! and now that moro than tho amount re?
quired has been applied for, active ope?
rations have commenced. Thc company
is no longer an experiment. Its popu?
larity has carried it to the goal of suc?
cess, notwithstanding the dead weight
of tho abovo restriction. On the 2Gth of
March last, it fulfilled tho requirement
of the very important law of its existence,
by depositing ?50,000 in the stocks and
bonds of the State, in tho hands of the
Comptroller-General ; last mouth the
million condition referred to above, was
fulfilled, aud now tho company is fully
" armed aud equipped according to law,"
for tho business of lifo assurance. We
refer our readers to the advertisement
for some of the advantages this company
offers to tho insuring public, and to its
charley and Ly-laics for others. Wo
will only add that it is a purely mutual
company ; all its surplus belongs to nud
will be equally divided among its policy?
holders annually. It is the only lifo
compauy chartered by the State, aud it
commends itself to tho patronago of tho
i mm ri tig public, not only from this con?
sideration, but from its intrinsic merits,
and the security they will enjoy in the
integrity and ability of its board of trus?
tees, among whom will be recognized
the very best business ability of the
Stnte. Mr. G. E. Boggs is tho Secreta?
ry of tho compauy, and is arranging sub
agencies throughout the Stato.
SERIOUS DIFFICULTY AT GADSDEN*
GOVERNOR SCOTT'S BAYONETS CADTJED
INTO REQUISITION.-Wo learn that a very
serions difficulty, resulting in the death
of at least ono person by a bayonet
tbrnst, occurred at Gadsden, yesterday.
It seems that a meeting was being held,
for tho purpose of appointing delegates
to tho Radical Nominating Convention,
which assembles in this city on the 22d,
when the friends of the different parties
-not satisfied with abusive language
came to blows. From the mass of ex?
citing reports in circulation, it would
seem that Philip Epstein (white) called
Senator Nash a d-d liar, when the
latter knocked him off the platform.
Some of Nash's friends resented the in?
sulting language aud assaulted Epstein;
whereupon a colored man, named Wash
Bynum, drew his knife and used it indis?
criminately and effectively, wounding
not less than seven or eight persons.
Bynum waa run through the body with
a bayonet and instantly killed. The
fight now become general; bayonets and
fence-rails being the weapons used.
One of Governor Scott's militia compa?
nies was on parade, which accounts, om
informants say, for the presence of the
death-dealing implements. Probate
Judgo Wigg, Senator Nash, Representa?
tive Thompson and other prominenl
Republican office-holders and seeker'
were present, bat succeeded, by a pro?
per uso of their legs, in reaching thc
railway train. A colored man, named
Syo Davis, says ho thought he made thc
best time ou rocord, bnt found that tho
individuals mentioned abovo were equally
as good ou a run.
It is impossible, owing to the excito
meut and the contradictory statoments,
to learn how many persons were soverolj
hurt-tho estimates ranging from thirty
to ouo hundred. The last seen of Mr.
Epstein, ho was making good timo down
thc road, pursued by aevoral infuriated
colored mcu, with rails in their hands,
and serious fenrs are entertained for his
safely. Tho crowd was so dense on tho
railrond, that tho train was forcod to
move slowlj' for somo time, to avoid
crushing into tho excited mass. Pas?
sengers assure us, that when the train
left, thobattlo vas hoing vigorously kept
up, aud, doubtless, other lives were lost.
Ono member of tho "Republican Baud,"
of this city, was wounded in tho leg
and face. Wo learn by telegraph from
Kingsville, that when tho dowu train
passed, everything wns quiet. All tho
parties connectod with tho affair aro Re?
Wc observe that Col. McKissick, of
Union, is a prominent candidato for Con?
gress in the Fourth Congressional Dis?
trict. He is eligible-his political disa?
bilities having been removed.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS DAY.-Tri?
nity Church-Rev. P. J. ?hand, Rector,
10% A. M. and 5?? P. M.
St. Peter's Church-Rqv. J. J. O'Con?
nell, Pastor, 10>? A. M. and ? P. M.
Washington Street Chapel-Rev. R.
D. Smart, 10J4 A. M.; Rev. Geo, Howe,
D. D., 5>? P. M.
Marion Street Churoh-Rev. N. Tal?
ley, 10)? A. M.
Lutheran Church-Rev. E. A. Bolles,
10>? A. M.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. W. E.
Boggs, 10; J A. M. and 8 P. M.
Baptist Church-Rev. J. L. Reynolds,
10 \& A. M.
MAIII ARRANGEMENTS.-The Northern
mail is opened for delivery at 8 a. m.;
closed at 8.30 u. m. Charleston, opened
at 5.30 p. m.; closed at 8.30 p. m.
Greenville, opened at5.30 p. m.; closed
at 8.30 p. m. Western, opened at 9.30
a. m. ; closed at 4 p. m. Charleston,
(evening,) opened at 8 a. m.; closed at
4.30 p. m. Ou Sunday, the post office is
opou from 9 to 10 a. m.
Ar.mvAiiS AT NICKERSON HOOSE, July 9.
R G Westmoro, New Orleans; S F
Houston, Southern Express Company;
S D Shauuou, Camden; J H Anderson,
New York; H P Adams, Greenville;
J Lyles Clarks, Baltimore; W P Ander?
son, Aikeu, S. C. ; E E Thomas, Ridge?
LIST OF NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
The Policy-Holders Assurance Co.
W. B. Stanley-Cages and Lamps.
Lemons at the Pollock House.
W. D. Love A- Co.-Goods at Cost.
D. Garnbrill- Stocks, Bank Bills, ?fcc.
J. A. Hendrix & Co.-Removal.
Apply at this Office-To Rent.
P. F. Frnzee-Sheriff's Sales.
Jacob Levin-Gas Light Bills.
Apply at this Office-Piano for Relit.
For derangement of tho Liver, for Dyspep?
sia, Diarrhoea, Piles, etc., Dr. Simmons'Liver
Regulator certainly has no superior. It acts
like a charm, without debilitating tho system.
I have tried it thoroughly, and speak what I
know. KEV. S. GARDNER,
J10+3 Atapulgus, Ga.
LOOK AT THE RUINS I-Aye, look at tho mina
of what onco were magnificent sots of teeth,
to ho seen everywhere ia society. Look at
thom, and ask yourself, if it is not marvellous
that such destruction ia permitted, when, by
simply using SOZODONT, ANY TEETH, HOWEVER
FRAGILE, may be preserved from decay or
blemish as long as life lasts ?
"SPALDING'S OLDE," useful in cverv houao.
LATEST FROM TUE LADIES.-Siuco the intro?
duction of PIIALON'H VITALIA on SALVATION
FOR TUE HAIR, ladies who formerly need dyes,
aro universally abandoning thom. They Rna
tho new article so harmless, ao clean and pure,
so pleasant to the eouaos, and withal, ao su?
perior as a means of renewing the original
color, that they absolutely shudder when they
think of tho liltby stuff tboy once nsed. Jj0f3
"A TUING OF BEAUTY ia A JOY FOREVER."
What is it ? Something propared for women
only, and to bo used by women exclusively.
It is adapted especially to cases where the
womb is disordered, and will euro all irregu?
larities of the ''mensos" or "monthly courses,"
by restoring the discharge in every instance,
wbethor acute or chronic. Where is it? Dr.
J. BradOold's Fomale Regulator-Woman's
Best Friend-is propared and sold by L. H.
bradfield, Druggist, Atlanta, Ga.,.and may be
bought tor $1.50 per bottle, at any respectable
Drug House, in tho Union. J10 G
OUR MANUFACTOIIINQ INTERESTS.-The ma?
nufacturers of the North have asked for and
obtained tho assistance of the National Go?
vernment, until they have becmno a barden to
tho people at largo, and tho tax paid by tbe
United States for the support of these manu?
facturers is equal to all tho otbor taxos put
together. Lot our manufacturers make goods
of better quality, and at lower prices, than
other manufacturers, and they can defy com .
fietition without Government help. This, at
east, ia tho plan of Mr. P. P. Toale, of
Charleston, S. C., tho largest and most suc?
cessful manufacturer of doora, sashes, blinda
and mouldings, in thu Southern States.
Julv 10 1
The attention of our readors is called to?
day to thu advertisement in another column,
headed Lippman's Groat German Bitters, a
preparation that has been used for upward of
a century in enlightened Europe with the
Krealest success in tho cure of Dyspepsia or
Indigestion, Constipation, Loss of Appetite,
Liver Complaint, loss ot tono in the digestive
organs, etc. Tho propriotors, Messrs. Jacob
Lippman A Bro., Savannah, Ga., have, at con?
siderable outlay, succeeded in obtaining the
original recipe for making tins delightful tast?
ing Bittora, and pledge their reputation that
in preparing it, tho original standard shall be
kept up. June2
The best LIVER medicino is HEiNrrsn'a
QUEEN'S DELIGHT. Thia wonderful vegetable
compound acts with certainty upon tho Liver
and Stomach, without impairing tho functions
of any other organ. It invigorates, rostoree,
improves thc general condition of tho system;
regulates tho Bowels by ita aporiont proper
tioa; stimulates th?! Liver and makes it act;
strengthens tho digestion and gives tone to the
man. It awakens the dull and Btuggish Liver
to activity and lifo. Thia ia, of all tho season,
the timo to try it. Go and got a bottlo from
Heinitah-you will not regret it. J5
Samples for Bistribntion.
(-1 Oto ?IARDY SOLOMON'S and get a sample
X of Dr. Price's CHEAM BAKING POW
DEUS. All they want ?a a trial, to convince
hott?o-kcopera that they aro tho best now in
Valuable Tonic Medicines,
For Dyspepsia, Debility and Nervousness.
FERRATEU WINE OF CALISAYA.-Used aa a
general touic in all debilitated conditiouai of
thoaystcm. Each ounce contains tho medicinal '
virtues of forty-live graina of Bark, and ala'?
twelve grains of Citrato Protoxide of Iron,
united in a vinous monstrum.
FERRATEU WINE OF WILD QUERRY.-Particu?
larly valuable in those caaca where an Iron
tonic is indicated with tho acdativo properties
of Wild Cherry Bark. Each ounco contains
tho medicinal virtues of twenty-sovon and a
half grains Wild Cherry Bark, and also eight
graina of Citrato of Iron.
BITTER WINE OF IRON.-Well adapted to all
casca of goneral debility, whoro a tonic and
gontlo stimulant ia required. Each table?
spoonful contains tho medicinal virtues of tu?
teen graina Calisaya Bark and two grains
Citrato of Iron. For salo by
Jnly8t_ E. H. HEINITSII, Druggist.
6,000 Live Indians,
JUST arrived per "Inland Air-Line Route."
For salo by GEO. SYMMER8.