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C^r?ITOrHA, S. C.
?rittiy alornine;, Joly 22,1870.
Tile Frciicli-l'ruiiilaii Duel.
Thu gigantic war about to open be?
tween France aud Prussia is a striking
commentary upon tho civilization of tho
century. It is obvions that uow as ever
the sword is promptly appealed to in
order to settlo national differences, or to
reaentrreal or fanciod insulta, oe to de?
cido questions of relativo strength. We
profess to be better and wiser thun those
who have gone before us, and yet here
aro two monarchs, who, in order tty. de?
cide who is the stronger, aro quick to
plunge iuto war and to sacrifice life and
treasure without auy hesitation. And
what is the contest about? It is "tho
lion aud tho unicorn fighting for tho
crown," and when it is ended, it may bo
that ufter all, it will bo said that tho re?
sult is "tho lion whipped the unicorn all
round the crown"-only this aud noth?
ing more. Of course, it may be other?
wise. God in his providence may work
some great good, and out of this strug?
gle may arise some advantages to hu?
manity. This thing is ccrtaiu. Both
powers aro terribly in earnest. Both
seem a unit. Both ero calling out their
entire military strength, aud wc moy
presume that the coutest will be short,
sharp and decisive. A few skirmishes,
and then we may look for a shock of
arms that will shake the continent.
Heavy columus aro now moviug from
opposite quarters to thc Rhine, to mingle
tho blood of meu with tho waters of
Baron Moltkc, whose geuiu.s, itissaid,
paved the way to tho glories ol' Sadowa,
is directing the operations of the Prus?
sians. Napoleon, whose military repu?
tation rests upon tim triumphs won in
a brief campaign at Magenta and Solfe?
rino, hoads tho army of France in per?
son. In response to thc mobilization of
the Prussian Landwehr, Napoleon has
mobilized his National Guard, and thus
bringa at once iuto the field an army of
more than a million aud a quarter of
men, and the necessary contributions of
money aro freely made. The same spirit
moves Prussia, and Germnny respouds
with men and treaeuro to the call of
country. Tho forces at tho disposal of
Prussia already amount to uearly one
million of men. "With tremendous ener?
gy does each combatant cuter into the
field, and terrible must be the result when
these embattled hosts meet to try con?
Tli?' Sumlltr Oerimiu Stutts.
France does not make war upon Ger?
many. Her quarrel is with Prussia
alone. Therefore, tho German Coufcdo
ratiou is not compelled to side with
Prussia, except ia so far ns thc respec?
tive States may have bound themselves
by treaties, offeusive aud defensive. Thus
wo find Bavaria promptly declaring neu?
trality. Wurtemburg will doubtless do
tho same. Both of these countries un?
questionably sympathize with Franco.
Such territories aa Huuover, annexed
against the will of tho people, mauy of
of whom still look upon King Georgo as
their rightful sovereign, will bo a source
of weakness, for tho Prussian troops will
be required to keep down disaffection.
Tho blind old King and his sun will un?
doubtedly be in tho van of the French
army, ono of thc objective points of which
will be Hanover. An entry of a French
corps iuto that country will bo the sig?
nal for the uprising and organization of
those who ave loyal to their dethroned
king. And auy coutiugents iu the Prus?
sian army from Hanover cannot be re?
lied upon if they fiud themseves iu a po?
sition to go over to the French. Saxony
will bo enger to throw off tho Prussian
yoke, and to reuow the old alliance of
the Saxons with the French, which in the
first Napoleon's time was so effective.
Tho Poles also bato tho Prussians, and
love Napoleon. An ujirisiug is to bo ex?
pected there. Denmark will desire to
recover her lost territory, and the French
navy will aid them by blockading Prus?
sian ports, aud kecpiug the armies of
Prussia from re-in forcing tho various
garrisons in Schleswig-Holstein. An in?
telligent observer, who wini there hist
year, informs the Louisville Courier
Journal that the people of the Duchies
were terribly burdened by tho Prussian
administration, nnd that universal dis?
satisfaction was expressed. These are
some ol' thc disadvantages which Prussia
labors under. Her people arc martial,
and her annies are superb, France is
buruiug with ardor to wijio out thc in
?nlt extended by Kiug William lo thc
French Enibassador. Thc French ro
.uiembcr Waterloo, and are a unit in tho
determination to keep within bounds
: Iii* ambition, aud the military power of
Prussia. If other nations keep out of
thc quarrel, us nt present it seems likely,
there will be lively times iu thc Prussian
territory. France will march ber logions
stritt sb! for Berlin, aud Ilude:.'will un
doubtedly fall io tbo French hands, os it
can be overran in a few hours from Stras?
bourg, a strong military point in France.
Frauco ha? more than an insult now to
fight for. Her statesmen want the .Rhine
as her natural boundary. And if victo?
rious in tho contest, she will keep the
territory iu her possession Sooth of that
river, on tho uti possiilelis principle, and
make a re-distribution of the various
territories annexed by Prussia, in 1S6G.
Paris is siuging tho Marseillaise again,
and when its notes ring upon the air,
liko the Indian war-wboop, tboy betoken
danger. Your truo Frenchman is always
tho most peaceful and harmless when
most surly and discontented. It is when
ho sings, dances, and is mcr'ry, that he
is to be feared. Nothing so elates bis
spirits as a stray ray or two of the sun
of glory, just peeping above the politi?
cal horizou. Ho secs it now, and lo, all
family quarrels, all old dissensions are
forgotten, and the Marseillaise echoes in
tho streets of Paris. An impression bas
existed since Sadowa, that, soon or late,
Napoleon and Bismarck must fall to?
gether by the ears; that a singlo conti?
nent is not big enough to hold them;
that a trial of strength belonged to the
inevitable, and that when ono or both
should bo ready, the pretext for hostili?
ties would not be wanting. Both France
and Prussia ure splendidly equipped, and
each will carry iuto tho field a mass of
natioual pride aud martial spirit. The
enthusiasm of the Germans may be most
turbulent and iutcuse, but there is not
thc least reason to doubt the fidelity of
thc French troops. Hnviug composed
bis civic troubles, Napoleon seeks to
cousolidate bis domestic success by a
foreign war. ne thinks, aud truly, that
he eau rely upon the people who voted
tho plebiscite; and, if he should be suc?
cessful, bis dynasty is safe. He plays
for large stakes, aud takes large risks,
and yet, ofter all, this is tho game that
wins. On the other hand, Bismarck is
backed by a vast pressure of patriotic
ardor, by unlimited popular confidence,
and by great resources. It is a beautiful
fight as it stauds. Its effect upou Ame?
rican securities, upou gold, cotton and
breadstuff*, is une ur tain; but it cnn
hardly fail to mu everything up for the
present, disturbing the stock market all
over the world, and reacting, moro or
less, upuii every commercial iuterest.
The rights of neutrals during tue war
wero settled at the convention of the
representatives of European powers,
which met at Paris in 1S30, and adopted
1. Privateering is, aud rcmaius, abo?
2. Tho neutral Hag covers enemy's
goods, with the exception of contraband
3. Neutral goods, with the exception
of contraband of war, are not liable to
capturo under enemy's flag.
.1. Blockades, in order to be biudiug,
must bo effective; that is to s^iy, main?
tained by a force sufficient really to pre?
vent access to the coast of the enemy.
There was an immenso gathcriug ol
conservatives iu frout of tho Charleston
Hotel, on Wednesday night, notwith?
standing tho storm of wind and rain.
Judgo Carpenter delivered a soul-stirring
address. Ho was introduced to tho au
dieuco by M. P. O'Councr, Esq. Thc
"Upon coming to the frout tho rain
was pouriug dowu in torrents, and the
wind howling aud whistliug through thc
house-tops. Judgo Carpenter, with un?
covered head, heedless of the tempest
that was ragiug around him, the fire and
enthusiasm of truo eloquence lighting
up his fiuo features, appeared thoro, foi
the first timo, before the people ol
Charleston in tho capacity of a speaker.
Before entering upon his address bc
surveyed tho immenso crowd who were
with elevated umbrellas watching hit
every motion, and thinking perhaps thal
thoro might bo a disposition on tho purl
of somo to fear tho rain, ho romarked :
"If anybody supposes for a momeul
that this storm is unpropitious to thc
great cause in which wo have embarked,
ho is mistakon. On tho contrary, it it
propitious. As tho rain falls to thc
earth and refreshes it, aud causes it tc
blossom and bring forth its flowers and
fruits and graiu, so this rain indicates thc
success of our cause. It wil produce thc
fructification aud regeneration of SoutL
This was enough-ibo wavering one.'
made up their minds to stay, and staj
they did, through all tho rain. Scarcely
ono of the immense audience left until
tho meeting had adjourned.
At this juncture, a uumbcr of the tooh
of the Ring aud Mackey worshippers,
who were evidently hired and sent there
for the purpose, at tempt ed to interrupt
tho Judge. Tinning to them ho ob
served, in tho best humor imaginable,
"There aro some long-cared individual.'
here who want to prevent ino from
.speaking. I cam*: here to speak, however,
and speak I shall." Silence was restored,
Upon being offered an umbiella tin
Judge declined. Lie then proceeded will
I On tho first day of August, tho Post
I master-General will place in operatioi
j .'578 new money order offices, which wil
bo about equally distributed over differ
cut scctious of the couutry.
Thirsty people, go to Pollock's.
LABOE SECRET SKBYICJ? FUND.-The
bill appropriating ?vo millions of dollars
to be expended at the discretion of the
President weja put through tho House
under a s?ep?psion of tho rules, by two
majority. It-wu H stated that if the bill
failed, tho President would at once con
vone an extra session, which accelerated
its po?sago. It subsequently passed the
Senate. This, we believe, is the largest
secret service fund ever ?et apart by
Congress iu n time of peace for tho use
of the President. Something must "bo
in the wind." Has it any connection
with the war between France and Prus?
MR. EDITOR: AS the time approaches
for tho selection of a candidate to repre?
sent the people of thu Fourth Cougros
sional District in tho Congress of tho
United States, we deem it important
that the names of thc must available
men should ho brought before thc peo?
ple in order, thnt a proper and wise selec?
tion may bc made by tho Convention.
Wo would therefore present thu uarne
of RoBEBT MCKAY, Esq., of Greenville,
a gentleman of strict integrity aud hon?
esty of purpose, whose disabilities have
already been removed by Congress; one
who has served the people of Greenville
with great acceptability in more posi?
tions than oue, and who, by bis grout
popularity throughout the greater por
tiou of the Congressional District is cal?
culated to unite all parties who are in
favor of honest representation, as a suita?
ble mau to bo nominated bv the Con?
ven tiou. OBSERVER.
SHOCKING RAI ono AD ACCIDENT.-On
the lGth instant, the express train which
left Camden for Cape May at 1 o'clock,
was run into at Woodbury station by a
carriage, contaiuiug two ladies and a
gentleman. They were drawn iuto a
narrow space between the cars and the
Woodbury platform, aud oue Indy and
i gentleman wero killed outright. The
I parties killed were. Mr. and airs. Gre?
gory, aged sixty years, residing two
miles from Woodbury; Mrs. Caldwell,
aged forty-five, had oue leg smashed and
one foot cut off.
BILLS LOST IN CONGRESS.-Among the
bills which failed to receive final action
during the late session of Congress, was
the new apportioumeut bill to increase
the number of the members of the
House; also, the bill fixing a uniform
time fur the election of members of Con?
gress, the bill for tho re-orgauization of
the navy, tho bill to re-organize the in?
ternal revenue bureau, and tho bill to
increase the number of cur mercantile
marine. A number of other measures
some of them very properly-weut bj
DEATH OF A GOOD WOMAN.-Sally
Ford, aged about eighty-five years, died
in this place on Friday last. Tho de?
ceased was well kuowu to nil the oldei
people of Greenville as "Aunt Sally.'
She was once a slave, but bought net
freedom somo twenty-five years ago,
She was only slightly mixed with Afri?
can blood. The remarkable faithfulness
honesty and piety of Auut Sally securei
for her the respect of everj- oue.
[ Green ville Enterprise.
POLITICS OVEB A COUD.SE.-An oh'
negro mau, a member of the Laudsfori
League, died last Saturday. (Ju Sun
day, as they were placing him in tin
colliu, a negro mau, who is not a mern
ber of the League, stepped up, and wa<
about to as.ssist iu the arrangement o
the body, when ho was shoved back b]
cue of tho promiucnt brothers who wa:
present, aud told to keep his bauds oil
that he wasn't a member of the Council
and musu't touch.-Chester Reporter.
RUBIED ALIVE.-On Friday morning
says a New York paper, at tho quarrie
of the Warner Lime and Cement Com
pany, about six miles from Kingston, th
banging wall rock, estimated to weig!
between 75 and 100 tons, crumbled am
fell thirty feet, entombing Hiram Freer
George C. Roisonberger, Andrew Yaple
Benjamin Heisler and Luther E. Law
renee. The two first mentioned wer
Thc Staals-Zeitunq, tho leading Get
man paper of New York, insists that th
war is to be tho finul combat, involviuj
tho disappearance into tho buck-groum
of tho Latin races of Europe. It has n
fears of the result as regards Germany
and says: "Who that is not blinded cai
now doubt what must be thc conclusioi
of tho war?"
Oue of the daughters of Queen Vic
loria is the wife of tho eldest son of th
King of Prussia-so that, should th
King of Prussia die, the husband ci
Queen Victoria's daughter would b
King of Prussia. A direct Hue c
royalty inns through the British au
Prussian thrones-something of un alli
ance, in case of delicate complication
over thu balance of power.
The Senate was utterly unable to solv
tho mystery as to why Grant had ar
pointed Murphy Collector of the port o
New York, uutil Senator Fenton dcmoi
st rat ed that Murphy was a rascal, an
wln.lly unfit for thu place. Then the
saw through the thing at once, and COL
firmed the appointment on the spot.
The Land-Grants which have receive
so much attention from Congress rc
cent ly, are no kiu to tho White Hons
Grants, though some of them aro stir
posed t>) be connections ot" the family.
Thc; Ocumcnical Council has declare
the Pope infallible. And now that th
nail is driven home, let tho l'ope cline
it by declaring tho Ocumcnical Coane
Tlie vi visors of thc authorized vcrsio
of tho New Testament in England ni
hard at work, and making satisfactor
- Conn* :-sours, go to Pollock's
A terrible accident happened last
Thursday, on what is known as the
"seventeen mile grade," on the Balti?
more and Ohio Railroad. A short dis?
tance below 8wanton, two mon? Patrick
Griffin and James Wills, Were snaged in
cutting down a tree, which stood on the
top of a high bank. It fell at au unex?
pected moment, killing both men in?
The Courier des Etats Unis, the French
paper published iu Now York, fears
difficulty betweeu the Freuch and Gor
mau element in this country. Tbc
writer thinks that, our Government au?
thorities, iu case of couilict, would show
partiality to the Germans, because they
represented the greatest number of
A special despatch from Berliu says
the South-German States, responding to
Prussia's notion of a declaration of war,
are enthusiastic iu their support of
"Fatherland." Political differences have
been obliterated by the aggressions of
France. Columns of Prussian troops
are moving iu the direction of the Rhiuo
aud of the North const.
BEWARE OF SPECULATORS IN BREAD
STUFF.-The country now will be full of
them, and they will do the best they eau
to run wheat, Hour aud corn, &e., to ff.
miuc prices. Let consumers look to
their interests. We shall have immense
crops this years, and Ibero will be no ne?
cessity for famiue prices lu this COUU
The Atheus (East Tennessee) Post
says: "Of a number of men along tho
North Carolina and East Tennessee line,
who, during aud immediately after tho
wur, made themselves particularly noto?
rious by deeds of blood aud lawlessness,
but one or two now survive. All the
rest have perished by violence."
Cuptaiu Chichester, of the ill-fated
steamer Tennessee, is lying ill uuto
death, at his home ou Long Island. Iiis
illness is traced to the auxiety aud ex?
posure consequent upon the loss of his
Stockings arc goiug out of fashion for
ladies' street wear in Paris, aud bare feet
and sandals are to be generally intro?
duced, lu such a mode, Veuus may
still need wine, but she will dispense
We learn from the Washington papers
that tho immaculate and persecuted
Whittomoro is said to be making ar?
rangements to take the held t s a candi?
date for election next fall to the Forty
A colored child, in Providence, Sum?
ter County, was whipped to death by its
motlier, a few days ago. A jury of in?
quest exonerates the mother from inten?
It is stated that orders have been re?
ceived at tho Brooklyn Navy Yard, to fit
out immediately all available vcssols
hero for reinforcement of the Cuban
Thirty-seven eases of sun-stroke oc?
curred at New York ou Monday-seven
The Minton Lemon,
JUST arrived and for sale at
AFRESH Supply of Michigan FINK CUT,
tor sale at * POLLOCK HOUSE.
To the Ladies.
THE undersigned lia? just received a largo
invoice of that favorite and long-expected
Slipper-tho "MAttl IO ANTOINE 1 Tb"'-both
plain and fancy. Those desiring to secure
this elegaut pattern, would do well to call at
once. A. SMYTHE.
Attention! Richland Volunteer Rifle
THE momhoio of this Company are ordered
to meet, at Palmetto Engine Houso Hall,
THIS (Frida}) EVENING, July 22, 8 o'clock.
Mombers are requested to bc punctual, as
business of importance will bc transacted.
By order of the Captain. July 22
Landreth's New Crop Turnip Seeds.
JUST RECEIVED-Huta Baga, Sloto, Nor?
folk, Ked Top, White Flat Dutch.
PHUINE, as a mauuro, is admirably adapt?
ed for TURNIPS, ami we advise every ono to
uso it. It will increase the quantity and qua?
lity of the crop. At wholesale and retail bv
July 22 + E. H. HEINITSH. Druggist.
"PHUINE I PHUINE ! !"
AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITION.
AS far as heard from, this new and extra?
ordinary Fertilizing COMPOUND is in
advance of all others, and has, so far, defied
competition. In the gloat race of growth and
production, it stands at thc head of th? list.
For nalo by E. H. HEINITSH,
July 22 T Druggist and Chemist.
Boarding and Day School for Young
THE MISSES ELMORE ?ill re
eume the Exercises of their School
?feon MONDAY, the 3D nf OCTODElt.
For terms, apply to
Corner ut'Lull and Taylor streets.
July 22 _10
" MARKED DOWN.
F R E N C II M U S L I N S ,
FUOM 50 CUNTS Tu 23 Cl NTS A YA ll ll,
July 17 !.'. .'KKSOX'S.
MY Office will he closed during my absence
from the eity. All M-I r. set down for
trial on the lsth lu tho 28th instant, inclusive,
will bc continued and tried on the 30th July,
1870. A. L. SOLOMON,
July 17 fi Trial .Tuftice.
Spices and Flavoring.
IAHEST! VANILLA HEANS,
; Long Imlia Pepper, White Pepper,
Celery Seed, Mustard Seed,
Turmeric, Pure Uroiiiul Iliads Pepper;
For sale bv E. H. HEINITSH, Druggist.
July 8+ At th<- i ?ld Stand.
K DDLS. SEW FLOUR.
. ) 10 sacks do Al! of wheat of this
harvest, for sah- low, hy
July 2 LOKIMCK ii- LOWI?ANCF..
Sapolio! Sapoiio! !
mm: brightest and liest. Cheaper and
JL better than anv other Polish mr Tin,
brass, steel. Iron, ('das*, W.i, au i all other
metallic surfaces: l-Vrsale !>>
HM ocal Items.
Wo have beon requested to stato that
it is necessary to ranko a, chango io tho
appointments for Judge Carpenter and
General Butler. They will' speak iu
Spart?nburg on the 4th; Union on the
5th; Fish Dam ou the Otb, and Lexing?
ton on tho Otb.
MAITJ ARRANGEMENTS.-Tho Northern
mail in 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, opened at5.30 p. m.; closed
at 8.30 p. m. Western, opened at 9.30
a. m.; closed at 4 p. m. Charlesto,.,
(evening,) opened at 8 a. m.; closed at
.1.30 p. m. On Sunday, the post oflice is
open from 9 to 10 a. m.
PROF. CARLISLE'S LEC?URE.-Wc are
gratified to bc ablo to state that we wero
not mistaken in bespeakiug for Prof.
Carlisle a large audience. Such was the
assemblage that greeted thc lecturer
last evening-large, iutelligcntand atten?
tive. Thc lecture was introduced with
very appropriate remarks upon the utili?
ty of such associations as tho Young
Meu's Christian Association. Tho lec?
turer then proceeded to give bis views
aud suggestions upon THE VALUE OF
MONEY-what money can do aud what
it cannot do. We presumo that we rep?
resent the opinion of all present, when
we say that, as a lecture for young men,
it was peculiarly appropriate-full of
homely truths, of souud principio and of
wise maxims, aud eminently calculated
to do good.
It was addressed more particularly to
young men of busiuess; but the sugges?
tions of the lecturer wero worthy of con?
sideration and adoption by young men
of all professions. Nor must we omit to
refer to the fine music-that added in?
terest aud beauty to the occasion-furn?
ished by a select choir, consistiug of both
sexes and embracing much of our local
! CR?MES.-Judge Melton reudered a I
decision, ou Wednesday, relative to the
City Council and the cotton weighers,
which effectually upsets the ordinance
passed in 18G9. Cotton brought to this
market now, can bo weighed by the
buyer, without reference to tho weighers
elected by the City Council. Thc title
of tho case was, the Stato ex relatiune J.
M. Blakely aud J. K. Friday vs. tho City
Council of Columbia. Tho rotators were
represented b}' Messrs. Pope & Haskell,
aud the respondent by J. 1). Tradewell,
Esq., City Attorney.
Auy oue desirous, of establishing a
newspaper in the country, can be sup?
plied with nearly all tho necesssry mate?
rial-second baud-at a low rate by ap
plyiug at PHOENIX oflice.
Mr. J. E. Wylie bas been appointed
postmaster at Chester Court House, vice
John McCuuthrcn, removed.
Tbos. P. Greneker, Esq., of thc New?
berry Herald, is in Columbia. He is in
Tho indestructible tag is a great con?
venience to merchants. It answers the
combined purpose of a direction label
and business card. Call at the PHOENIX
Publishing House and supply your?
Gov. Scott has commissioned, as No?
taries Public, James M. Baxter and Silas
Johnstone, Newberry; A. C. Haskell, Co?
Old newspapers can ba obtained at the
PHOENIX Oltice, at low figures. The
cheapest wrapping paper that can bc
"Shoo Fly" is thc euphonious title of
a sheet which has just mado its appear?
ance in Charleston, in tho interest of
Laud Commissioner DeLarge, who de?
sires to fill tho seat now occupied by
Christopher Columbus Bowen in Con?
Leading maller on every page of thc
Wo trust that all persons who furnish
us with communications of individual
profit or interest, will remember that wc
require payment for their publication.
France and Prussia arc to fight. Eve?
rybody in this country will, of course,
sympathize with tho ono or tho oilier.
As for ourselves, hurrah for hurrah!
"ls Woman Man's Equal?" is tho
question for tho Beunettsvillo Debating
Club, next Thursdaj'.
The PiictiNiX oflice is supplied with
every style of material from the .small
metal letter to thc largest wood typo,
together with plain and fahey cards,
paper, colored ink, bronze, etc. It is
the only establishment in thc interior of
thc State where two and three sheet
posters can bc printed. All kinds i-f
work in Hie printing Hue attended to nt
A new and dangerous counterfeit fifty
cent nole, with the vignette of Lincoln,
has been pul in circulation in New York,
but it is believed that they arc intended
for circulation ir. tho South. Look but
HOTEL ARRIVAIS, July 21-Columbia
Hotel.-HC Rogers, Kontucky; J M Har?
ris, Miss Ida Gaillard, Greenville; Mrs
M M Hamiltou, J M Goudelock, New?
berry; A G Magrath, George H logra?
ban?, Jr, B F McCabe, Charleston; R C
McIntyre, wife, four children and ser?
vant, Marion; J G W Stoedmau, St.
Louis, Mo; Mrs It Stoedmau, Miss
SteeJman, Lexington; J ll Levingston,
Ornugeburg; W A Bradley, Augusta.
Nicker son House.-B. W. Carwilo
Newberry; A. lt. Hornesby, Shelby;
A. B. Roso, Charleston; S. F. Houston,
So. Ex. Co.; Sol. Haas, Wilmington;
F. Bush, Columbia; H. Ruckcr, Balti?
more; S. P. Hamilton, Chester; W. Wil?
liams. Norfolk; H. J. Perrin, S. C. ; J.
MncKay, Abbeville; J. R. Chatham,
Helena ; D. G. Nash, Charleston.
LIST OF NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Misses Elmore-Boarding School.
Pollock House-Lemons, Tobacco.
E. H. Heinitsh-Phuine, etc.
A. Smythe-To the Ladies.
JOY TO TUR Woi.nl WOMAN IS FIIKEII
Am o UK llio many modem discoveries lookiug
to thu happiness and amelioration of thc hu?
man rai'??, none is entitled to higher conside?
ration than the renowned remedy-Dr. J.
H rad field's Female ltegujator, Wumau's Beat
Friend. Hy it woman hs emancipated from
the numberless ills peculiar to her sex Be?
fore il? magic power all irregularities of the
womb vanish. It eurea white?. It eurea sup?
pression of the menses, lt removes uterine
obstructions. It cures constipation and
strengthens tho system. It bracea the norves
and purities tho blood. It never fails, as thou?
sands of women will testify. Tl ia valuable
medicine is prepared and auld by L. II. Brad?
field, Drualat, Atlanta, Ga. Price, $1.51) pet
bottle. All respectable drug nun keep it.
The attention of our readers ia called to?
day to the advertisement in another column,
headed hi ppm au's Great German hitlers, a
preparation that has been used for upward ot
a century in enlightened Eurone with tho
greatest success in the euro of Dyspepsia or
Indigestion, Constipation, Loss of Appetite,
Liver Complaint, loss ol tone in the digestive
organs, etc. The proprietors, Messrs. Jacob
Lippnian A Uro., Savannah, Ga., have, at con?
siderable outlay, succeeded in obtaining the
origiual recipe for making thia delightful taat
ing Hitters, and pledge their reputation that
in preparing it, tho original standard shall be
kept up. J ui.t 2
Tho heat LiVEit medicine is HEIKITSB'S
QUERN'S DELIMIT. Thia wonderful vegetable
compound acta with certainty upon the Liver
and Stomach, without impairing tho functions
of any other organ. It invigorates, restores,
improves tho general condition of tho system;
I regulates tho Bowels by its aperient propcr
' ties; stimulates tho Liver ami makes it act;
strengthens the digestion and gives tone to tho
man. It awakens the dull and sluggish Liver
to activity and lifo. Thia is, of all the season,
the timo to try it. Go and get a bottle from
tloiuitsk-you will not regret it. J5
PEARLS AND RUBIES.-When rosy lips part,
pearls should glitter behind them. To pre?
serve ami beautify tho dental enamel, thoro is
no pr?paration like Hozodout, a compound of
tho moat wholesome, vegetable antiseptics,
among which the Bark of tho South American
Soap Tree, known to the natives aa QUILLAY,
and used by tho Spanish Americans for cleans?
ing without impairing, tho moat delicate fa?
brics, ia most import mit.
.'SPALDING'S GLUE" will just auit you.
"| f\f\ BULB. Choleo New Family FLOUR,
JLV/V/ just received and for sale by
July 21_J. A T. It. AGNEW.
?)f\ TUBS Refined LARD, at l?c. \' Vtu, hy
j??\J thc package,
50 Packages Pure Leaf Lard, in Barrels,
Half Barrels, Kegs, Caddies, etc., just re?
ceived ami for salo In?
jury -1_ J. .fe T. ll. AGNEW.
Wanted to Purchase,
1 Ci (\f\(\ OU lu0.00fl GOOD BRICES.
L\/?V/v7\J Apply at North-west corner
Picketts and Senate streets. July 20 il*
Wanted to Rent,
AGOOD HOUSE-in tho neighborhood of
Main Btreet, containing six or twelvo
Rooms. State rent, etc. Apply at this ofiice.
July 20 C_
Acolored MAN or LAD to servo aa Tortor
and do general housework. Call at this
office. July 17
SINCE the fire of Sunday morning last, we
h a YO removed our stock to Brice's old
stand, curner Main and Blauding Streots,
where we will keep constantly on hand a first
class stock u( GROCERIES and FAMILY
SUPPLIESgoucrally. Will alan purchase ah
kinds of couutry PRODUCE. .My old custom
era and the public are invited to call.
July 10_J. A. HENDRIX & UKO.
CCOLUMBIA PAST DUE BONDS AND C0U
I .o Sale.
Charlotte, Columbia iud Augusta Railroad
SEVEN PE? CENT BONDS.
Julv 13 ttl SCOTT. WILLIAMS A CO.
f i\ LAGS RIO COFFEE, for salo lew to
Ol I dealers hy_EDWARD HOPE.
Valuable Tonic Medicines,
For Dyspfpsia, Debility and Nervousness.
FEUIIATKII WINE OF CALIS A VA.-Used as a
general tonic in all debilitated conditions of
tho system. Hack ounce contains the medicinal
virtues et forty-live grains ol Bark, and also
twelve grains" of Citrate Protoxide of Iron,
united in a vinous un list ruin.
FERRATKD WINI: or Winn CHERRY.-Partien
larly valuable in those caaes where an Iron
tonic ia indicated with the sedative properties
of Wild Cherry Bark. Each 'ounce contains
tho medicinal virtues of twenty-seven and a
half grains Wild Cherry Bark, and also eight
grains of Citrate ol Iron.
HITTER 'WISE OF IRON.-Well adapted to all
cases of general debility, when- a tonie and
gentle stimulant is required. Each table
spoonful contains the medicinal virtues of fif?
teen grains lali-aya Hark and two grains
Citrate nf Iron. For salo hy
Julv st E. lt. HEINITSH, Druggist.
If PIPE Jas. Hcnncsi-y's JSfiO Cognac
"-dh i pipe " " i-'."? ;'
J pipe brandenburg Freres 183i?
Heing Importer's Agent for sale of al! Fo?
ri -?gu Wim s and Liipiors ofiVred by nie, I-can
u-ivi- equal iiiducoim-iits tu tho trade any Job?
bing House ia New York or Baltimore can
ofter. CEO. SYMMEI1S.
Law Books on the New Code.
4 LSO, a Variotv nf NEW LAW BOOK'S
j\_ Act? of Legislature. Ac, for salo bv
April-Jo HUYAN A- M^OABTER.
Hungry people, go to'Pollock's.