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COLUMBIA, S. C.
Fr'day ttoruing, August 12, 1870.
A Suggestion-Keep Cool.
The radical organ, the Charleston Re?
publican, seems unduly excited about the
situation, and in effect suggests that the
time for war has come. It talks war,
and bids its adherents preparo for the
fray. This kind of language is not apt
to frighten people much. Gov. Scott
may talk of W'nohester rifle law, and
even issue theso improved arms to the
colored people, and withhold them from
the white people, and still this alarms
no one in these parts. Tho reform
movement, in its opposition to the
dominant party, relies for success upon
truth and argument and fair exposition.
These are the weapons it prefers to use,
and it will authoritatively employs no
other, except in self-defence, under tho
sanction of justifiable necessity. Tho re?
formists understand that this is a war of
ideas. By the supremaoy of idoaB, they
expect to win. At the ballot-box, they
are Willing to make their fight. Thoy
demand lhere, a fair field and a fair fight.
They invite open discussion in the pre?
sence and heariug of the people. Wo
repeat it, then, that it becomes tho
organ of the present regime to keep oool.
Wo think that no war need break out.
The reformists havo no quarrel with thc
colored people, and as to the "carpet-bag"
fraternity, we leave them to their color?
ed friends. AU is quiet hore, so far as
xve know. At least, we aro cool and
peaceable, and no thirst for human
"goaru consumes us in theso hot days.
Because Mr. Tupper strikes Mr. Mor?
ris, it does not logically follow that war
must ensue on the Congarce; and be?
cause Mr. Dawson assaults Mr. Fox, it
is not necessary for hostilities to break
out on that tonguo of land that lies be?
tween the Ashley and Cooper. And bo
cause some friend or foo pulls down the
symbol of Mr. J. W. Denny's political
preference, we do not know that even
this amounts to a casus belli. It may bo
only a kind hint to Mr. Denny to fly his
flag on his own camping ground, rather
than to parade it beyond the limits of
his individual property. Mr. Denny
owns his printing office. Let the flag
fly above it, and let Mr. Denny enjoy all
the honor that appertains to those head?
quarters. But if tho State Printer and
Printer to the Court insists upon stretch?
ing his lines across the Main street of Co?
lumbia, let the flag hang. It will serve at
least "to point a moral or adorn a tale."
PAPAL iNTAiiiiiniLiTr.-This dogma, so
little understood, outside of Catholic
communities, has recently been explain?
ed by Vicar-General Starrs, in St. Pat?
rick's Church, New York. We give his
explanation of it, for the benefit of those
of our readers, who, like ourself, have
been uuable to comprehend either its
limit or oxtent, and who have been anx?
ious, from some authoritative quarter, to
receive a full definition of it.
"The Pope, " says Vicar-General Starrs,
"is fallible as other men, and no Catho?
lic believes that he may not err in doc?
trine, in preaching and in conduct the
same as other men."
The Vioar-Geueral put tho case as pa?
rallel to the decisions of tho Supremo
Court of the United States-from them
there can be no appeal, and are to be
acted upon as if infallibly right. So with
the Pope, tho highest judge in the eccle?
siastical judicial system. He said:
" 'Infallibility' means this, and no
more or less; that tho Pope, speaking e.<:
cathedra-officially from tho chair of St.
Peter, declaring anything as to matter of
faith-is infallible. This attribute be?
longs to all successors of St. Peter, the
visible head of tho church. Christ
prayed for St. Peter that his faith might
not fail, and said, 'Peter, thou art tho
rock; and on this rock I will build my
church, and the gates of hell shall not
prevail against it. 'I give theo the keys
of tho kingdom of Heaven. Feed my
sheep and lambs,' ?fcc.
"All that Christ gave Peter belong* to
his successors. As Peter could not live
always, the power given him as head of
tho church could not bo perpetuated ex?
cept as dologated authority. This doc?
trine is, then, very simple and plain,
when rightly viewed."
MOEE SnooTrxa.-We learn that since
our last ?BSUO Dr. E. T. Avery has shot
two moro negroes, brothers of Duffy
Harris whom ho shot last week, and that
ho has been bound over to appear at tho
next court. All of tho partios shot aro
seriously wounded, but nono of them
dangerously. Tho cause of the last
shooting was tho samo as tho first, viz.,
iusultiug language on beiug ordered to
leave tho place.-Yorlcville Enquirer.
MISCEGENATION*.-Wo learn that a
whito man from "up tho Ohio," married
a dusky damsel in our town, last weok.
Tho respectable colored people aro quito
indignant. Ono of them was hoard to
say, "O, thc30 white men that como
frc m Ohio!"-Newberry Herald.
Tho last surviving membor of a con?
sumptive family at Lowell, Mich., is
said to have recently attempted to cure
himself by roasting thc heart and liver
of his sister, lately deceased, and inhal?
ing the fumes.
TU? Fr?noo-Pr?art?n Malter-will No.
poison let ?lip tiie Dog? of Republican?
lom anti cry ISravoc?
We observe that some of oar cotempo
raries are seeking to foreanadow a grand
coup d'etat for Napoleon. It is suggested
that if Napoleon aimil And his importai
crown slipping off his head, he will un?
furl tho banner of the "fierce Democra?
cy" and appeal to the revolutionary ele?
ment of Europe, that has been repre?
sented by tho Mazzini's, the Garibaldi's,
tho Victor Hugo's, the Kossuth's & Co.,
and make kings, emperors and mo?
narchs all tremble on their thrones at tho
awakened power of tho PEOPLE. In our
judgment, if Napoleon is countiug upon
this, ho is depending upon a broken
reed. This, wo take it, would hardly suc?
ceed. Doubtless, thoro is an.impatient
feeling existing among tho masses of
contral Europe as well as of France. But
the appeal to arms, arousing tho prido of
nationality, has effectually overwhelmed
this clement. Just as all France re?
sponded to Napoleon's appeal, when he
stirred tho popular heart with sugges?
tions of honor, prido, glory, victory and
Franco; so, too, no doubt, all Gertna
uy is a unit for "tho Fatherland," und
from peasant to prinoe, under tho in?
fluence of a common nationality, there
is a general determination to fight undei
tho banners of King William of Prussia.
No-to our mind, viewing the mattel
as well as we can at this elistanco-whal
Napoleon needs to savo him and tho Em?
pire is VICTORY. This alono is necessary,
This is all-ossential. Well may victor}
or death be his personal motto, in thii
supremo moment of his chequored career
His star must now shine brighter thar
ever, or palo its ineffectual fire. Wo ad
miro much tho boldness, the scientific
precision and tho gallantry that th?
Prussian army has illustrated. It seem
that Moltko is not too old for a frosl
display of that genius that won Sadowi
for Prussia, and placed her in tho fron
rank of modern nations. But wo do no
hesitato to avow that wo also sympathize
with thc cause of Napoleou. We wish
to say tho least, to find him preserve th
integrity of his borders. Let him elriv
tho invaders back, and let an honorabl
peace bo mado between two great coun
tries, both full of military valor am
Napoleon has done much for Fraucc
and wo shall never forget what ho pro
posed to elo for the Southern people, ii
our recent troubles. Our sympathies
therefore, aro with him, and particularly
so, because he is in a critical condition
And were wo a Fronchmau in France
to-day, wc would bo disposed, iu bi
hour of trial, to stick closer tbau over ti
Nopoleon-this wise ruler-this prc
gressive mau-who has advanced th
material iuterests of his country, an
given to the French all tho liberty thu
was cousistcnt with the causo of law
order and security. But ho must b
victorious, or wo four that bis power i
gouo. Tho people of tho South gathere
with horoic resolution around ou
"conquered bannor," and remained trui
even when tho shadows had fallen upo
its drooping folds; and Lee and Davii
though defeated, remain cuthroned i
faithful hearts. But not so has been tb
case with tho French. Although th
first Napoleon had been tho hero of
hundred battes, yet his star went down i
Waterloo, and the glory of the past wt
lost in tho defeat of tho present. Sue
is human nature in general, Such, e:
pecially, seems to bo French naturi
Let Napoleon bo victorious at Metz, au
all will bo well. Let him fail, and <
him it will be said, as was said of tl
Hornau Emperor: Yesterday, tho word <
Ciusar might havo stood boforo tl:
world; to-day, none so poor as to do hil
reverencer To-day, ho stands beforo tl
world "a brave man, struggling with tl
storms of fate."
Tho New York Times, speakiug of tl
successes of thc Prussians, says:
How it was that this concerted mov
meut of tho Prussian army could ha'
caught tho French at such" disadvantai.
has yet to bo oxplained. Tho whole can
paign has evidently been a gigantic bim
der on Napoleon's part. If he can sai
his capital, it will bo as much as Iii
within his power. Paris is in a tuniu
of approhousiou and excitement. Tl
Ministers frankly tell tho peoplo th
the}' arc in danger. They talk uo moi
of advancing to Berlin. Their cry no
is: "Help us to savo tho country." Par
is declared to bo in a stato of siege, au
hurried attempts aro hoing made to s
cure it against thc approach of tho eni
my. "A serious effort is necessary," pr
claim tho agitated Ministers. Tho r
vorse must have fallon like a thunde
bolt on tho Fronch people, and it is pr
bably only tho beginning of vast inisfo
times iu store for them. At any rat
tho Prussians havo a position whit
menaces tho safety of tho Empire, ai
tho troops, flushed with victory, wou
obey with eagerness the order to man
? Tho momout has come for tho friem
of Franco in Europe, if sho has auy, I
declaro themselves. Without allies, it
as clear as tho sun at noon-day, th
France must be finally, hopelessly d
featod. Napoleon wished to beat. Prus?
sia ''single-handed*" He cannot do it.
Unless the troops of other powers come
to his assistance, he cannot save Franoe.
Accordingly, the intelligence transmitted
to ns from bur own correspondent at
Paris, is of the highest moment. It
states that Italy has despatched an army
to the relief of Napoleon, and that Aas
tr?a will at onco follow the example. It
is quite possible that Napoleon had an !
understanding before the campaign with
Italy and Austria, but wished to do with?
out their assistuueo, if possible. Wo
stated on tho authority of our corres?
pondent at Paris, somo timo ago, that
Austria had made a treaty with France.
Now is the timo for her interference.
Franco is in a dire extremity, aud nothing
but help from outside eau bring her
through it. The series of battles fought
on Friday and Saturday will henceforth
rank among tho most meir ni able in the
annuls of history.
Is rr A MENACE TO EunorE?-The New
York World says, referring to tho Impe?
rial hints thrown out by Nupoleon:
Between tho victories of Hagenau and
Worth, and Saarbr?cken and the fall of
Paris, intervene mauy serious matters:
au army actually in the field, from Stras?
burg to Nancy, nnd Metz to Verdure, of
nearly half a milliou of men, two-thirds
at least of thom veterans of tho regular
forces; many fortified places; the in?
domitable hatred of tho most passionate
and dangerous of European peoples.
Yet the Emperor oalls upon all French?
men to rise and save their country, and
tho Ministers of tho Emperor declare tho
capital in u state of siege. This, to our
thinking, is supremely the siguilicaut
feature of this day's news-and this
means not so much defence against thc
Prussians as n menace lo Europe. For
it means plainly this, that if tho Empire
cauuot within a very brief period repel
the Germans beyond the Rhine, France
will rise to repel them in ber own fash?
ion, ns of old, to follow them, with tho
flag of thc Republic in the vau of her
armies. This truth, blazing up iu a
night, means moro and worse to the
King, and the royal princes of Prussia, if
they would but see it, than all the mi?
trailleurs of McMahon, aud all the Chas
sepots of Bazaine. It meaus us much
aud as much ?ovil to other princes and
sovereigns also; aud those who know
how deep aud how wide arc tho myste?
rious ramifications throughout tho Euro?
pean Coutinent of the now revolutionary
spirit, and tho still newer revolutiouary
orgauizatiou of our times, kuow well to?
day that things infinitely moro serious
than tho glory or the downfall of dynas?
ties, moro serious, too, than the political
unity, or the political parcelling of a
race, aro hanging in the balanco of tho
tremendous conflict, the first fierce clash
of which breaks on our ears to-day.
News of military and naval prepara?
tions como to us from every side. The
French navy is at work iu tho North.
Transports by the score are hurrying
forward to tho Baltic with armies of in?
vasion. Deumark opens to them her
harbor of Elsinore, and stands with the
sword of tho Vikings balf-drawn in her
vengeful hand, almost visibly panting to
join them in tho assault upon her Teu?
tonic spoilors. Everything uow compels
to action, to action prompt, fierce, and
decisive. No intervention of foreigu
powers could do aught but aggravate the
general peril to Europe which smoulders
iu the particular pori! to France of the
present moment. Whether that smoul?
dering peril shall burst out into narnu,
the events of a very few days-of an
hour, one may almost say, who compares
tho swift moments with thoir pregnant
and dreadful possibilities-must decide.
To draw the sword is one thing, to
sheathe it another. A decisive defeat of
the Prussiaus aud tho invasion of Ger?
many by tho French may still savo tho
Empire from expulsion. It may be
doubted gravely to-day whethor even
such successes as these can still save Eu?
rope from revolution.
Pepsiu and Bismuth,
Pepsin Strych and Bismuth,
Pepsin Paucreatine and Bis-^
Bark and Pyrophos Iron,
Cinch?n Iron aud Strychnia,
Vitium Hematoxylou Decenal,
At E. E. JACKSON'S Drug Storo.
For sale low at
E. E. JACKSON'S
AUK I?1? Drug Store.
At E. E. JACKSON'S.
Aug 7 il
J. B. LasSALLE,
Railroad Contractor and Bridge Builder
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Grand Clearing Out Sale
To make Room for New Stock,
At C. P. JACICSO.V.'S
Old Java Coffee.
MATS Old Government JAVA COFFEE,
for salo at reduced pricos. E. HOPE
MB. EDITOR: ID the course of thc re?
marks which I have had occasion to make
in the present political campaign, I have
felt it my duty to make certain specific
charges against Gov. Pv. K. Scoot. Thoso
charges I have made deliberately, and
in my own time, and I expect to produce
specifications and proofs.
4 Fending these specifications and proofs,
a third party intervenes and makes cer?
tain charges against me. Who this third
party is, I do uot know, but I will say en
passant, for his consolation, that if his
charges against mo are true, and I am tho
monstor which he makes me; have mur?
dered as many colored people aa ho pre?
tends; have committed the crimes which
ho lays to my door; Gov. Scott is u very
derelict Governor, else ho would have had
mo arrested by his constabulary, tried,
convicted, sentenced dud hung. If they
are not truo, the author of them is simply
a liar. Which boru of tho dilemma will
Gov. Scott select?
But, Mr. Editor, my charges aro made
against Gov. Scott, not against ;i paid
editor of a newspaper of donbtlul re?
spectability. Why does ho uot auswer
them? His responsibility to tho peoplo
of South Carolina is ten-fold greater
than mine; my fight is against him.
Will ho meet me on the stump, before
the good people of tho State, and reply
to them? Will ho meet nie in thu pub?
lic prints? I challenge him, and have
uo idea of allowing him to make his fight
by proxy, either on thc stump or through
the press. Verv respectfully.
M. C. BUTLER.
A Norwegian family, cousistiug of
father, mother, aud twenty-one children,
passed West the other day. Tho old
mun wanta to take a contract to settle
some new State, and bring it iuto the
PERSONS wishing tn put up Feaehes. will
lind puro Apple and Peach DHAN DY, for
sale at CANTWELL*.*,
Aug 12 1 Main street.
COD LIVER OIL and Pancreatic, Cod
Liver Oil with Hypophosphitca, Elixir of
Gentian and Iron, Wino of Wild Cherry fer
ratcd, Wino of Pepsin, pure Powder of Pepsin,
Elixir of Harks, Iron ami Bismuth, Elixir of
Pepain, Paucreatine and bismuth. Thoso
peparations arc worthv the attention ol' inva?
lid.-,. For sale hy ' HE1NTTSH,
Aug l'2t Druggist and Apothecary.
Meeting cf Board of Trade.
A SPECIAL meeting o? the Hoard of Trade
A. will be held THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock,
at the room. The importance of this organi?
zation should not ho overlooked hy the mer?
chants and me manics of this city. No asso?
ciations contribute to the commercial interest
and real value of a city as these Hoards of
Trade. They aro composed ol' intelligent,
energetic and practical men of bueiness, and
every thought ia directed with special rcfer
enco to tho interest of the city. A full
attendance is requested.
Aug Dj 1_E. H. HEINITStI, Secretary.
Pepsin and Paucreatine Preparations
WE take pleasure in calling tho atteution
of Physicians to a class of medicinal
preparations hut recently introduced, and
which from tho results already obtained, will
noon become recognized remedies. Pepsin
digesta tho moro solid portions of food, and
Paucreatine the oily and fatty substances.
Persons, therefore, with weak digestions, in?
fante with deranged stomachs, have a safe end
sure remedy. Booka for distribution at the
(Storoof " E. H. HEINITS1I,
Aug 12f Druggist and Apothecary.
FREE RUSSIA; hv Wm. Hep wort h Dixon.
Tho Rob Roy on thc Jordan, x*:ie, Red Sea
and Gonuceareth, Ac, bv J. MacGregor, M. A.
Frederick W. Robertson's Sermons-com?
Miss Thackeray's Complete Works-with il?
lustrations, 1 vol., $1.75
Man and Wife; by Wilkin Collins, cloth, f 1.50
Methodist Discipline-NEW, 51)
And many other New Books.
Hymn Books of several Denominations, in
various Styles of Binding, at
DUFFIE .V, CHAPMAN'S
Aug 12 G_Book Store.
Valuable Land for Sale.
IWILL sell, on MONDAY, the 3d day ol" Oc?
tober next, at 'ho Court House, in Ere?
van!, North Carolina, one largo PLANTA?
TION, lying on tho French Broad River, in
Transylvania County, live miles North-east of
the town nf Brovard, known as the WARD
FARM, containing 100 acres, more or less,
'210 acres of which is river bottom, and upon
which ia situated a largo and magnificent
dwelling house, with all other necessary build?
TEBMS OF SALT:-One-third cash, tho other
two-thirds ono and two years credit. Title
retained until tho purchase money is paid. If
necessary, tho land will he lottod on day of
sale to suit purchasers. For further informa?
tion, apply to tho subscriber at Brovard, N.
C. P. G. WH 1TMIRE, Ad'or.,
With Will annexed, of Joshua Ward, deceased.
_?U < 12_ _ii
THE Nominating Convention of the Union
Reform Party for the Fourth Congres?
sional District, will meet at Carolina Hail, on
TUESDAY EVENING next, tilth, at S o'clock,
W. El. WALLACE,
S. P. HAMILTON,
Aug ll Of Executive Committee.
SAVE YOUR PEACHES.
Spear's Preserving Fluid
E. E. JACKSON'S
Aug ll 2 Drug Store.
1 i\C\f\ BUSHELS Primo Ueavv OATS
LUI JU for salo low by
JrV--THE undersigned will pay a lihc
CiflMStJral reward for the recovery of 8
VnTwboad of BEEP CATTLE-G Ycart.
?isBm J logs two largo Cows. 1 Dun-Spot?
ted Cow, 1 Yellow Cow, the rout Steers and
Heifers. DENT ?i HEIDT.
IS hereby given, that application will bo
made to tho . Hon. W. II. Wigg, Judge of
Probate for Richland County, for a final dis?
charge as Guardian for Ob or? ton vVoiio Nana
maker, at his office, iu Columbia, on the 15th
August. G. LEAPIIART.
July 13 tim*
The traveling correspondent of the
Charleston Courier gives the following
outline of tho remarks ol Col. J. P.
Thomas, at the reform meeting in Lex?
Tho meeting was called to order by
Major Meetze, who introduced Col. J.
P. Thomas, of Columbia, ns tho first
speaker. Col. Thomas mado a short but
stirring and cloquout address in favor of
tho Uuion Reform movement. Ho most
bappily alluded to th?i conservative tri?
umph iu North Carolina, whero, bo said,
the issuo was identical with that in our
State, good government against bud
government. Tbe people had to con?
front Holden, Kirk, and other minions,
and ho (the speaker) was gratified to stato
that tho people had won the victory.
North Carolina bad beeu carried iu the
iutercat of a peaceful, honest and good
government, and tho result would be tho
same in our State. He said be did not
regard it as inconsistent with the princi?
ples which ho advocated in the past, that
he now stood on thc Union Reform plat?
form. Ho considered tho recognition of
negro suffrage n just and wiso step, lt
was certainly an accomplished fact, and
as honest and truthful men, tho wholo
people should be prepared to deal with
tho question fairly and honestly, ns an
accomplished fact. There were but two
parties in the Slate, he said, aud no
honest mau would for a momcut hesitate
to decido whore his path of duty lies.
Capital and immigration, which were
sensitive, and both of which we stand in
need of, would never How to us until tho
incubus of onerous taxation was remov?
ed from our shoulders. Ho bad met a
Northern Ropublicau iii Columbia, who
expressed these views to him, aud who
had said that this riug which ia ruling
thu State must be removed before North?
ern capital would come here. Ko was
never for a moment despondent. He be?
lieved that the State would stand up
once again. There were no influences that
could withstand this onward march. God
helping and ourselves resolving, South
Carolina will live in the future. Wc shall
stand around tue Reform Platform, and
rally around thc Ropublicau Carpenter,
(cheers,) and the Carolina lintier,
(cheers,) aud the principles they repre?
sent, autl go ou to victory. If wo all do
our duty, GO,0U0 white voters, with their
African allies, will win this election, and
in October next, thc sun will set upon
a banner of victory-the banner of truth
A DISTRESSING CASE OF DROWNING.
A most distressing case of thc drowning
of a mother aud her four daughters oc?
curred near West Amhoy, N. Y., on
Mouday of last week. The father, Mr.
Ezra Spicer, had gone into the field to
work, and on returning found his family
all gone, but supposing that they had
gouo to a neighbor's, he went off to a
poad near by for the purpose of fishing.
To his horror he there found the dead
body of his wife floating, aud after loug
search, the bodies of his four daughters
were fouud also cold in death. Tho fol?
lowing wero the names and ages of tho
victims of this unfortunate disaster: Mrs.
Margaret Spicer, aged thirty-nine; Sa?
rah R., infant, aged thirteenth mouths;
Miunio F., aged three years; Marion
Isabella, aged fourteen years; Carrie
: Etta (still missing), aged six years. It
is siqiposed that Mrs. Spicer had endured
a great eleal of trouble, and was much
depressed in spirits, and thc horrible
suspicion is intimated that sho deliber?
ately weut out with her children under
pretence of going across after berries,
and after throwing them c ut one by one,
leaped into the water after them to close
her miserable career. Mrs. Spicor's pa?
rents live in Miunesota, and sho was a
womau of intelligence and highly re?
spected among her acquaintances.
A colored mau, named Limbrick
Thomas, was nominated for the Legisla
toro bj' the Reform Convention of Union
County. But, as the Times says, Limb?
rick did not feel that he was competent
to fill so important a position, and re?
quested a friend to say to the convention
that he felt it to bo his duty to himself,
his race and tho State at large to deeliuo
thc houor they had so cordially con?
ferred. He requested that somo more
competent mau bo selected in his stead.
Nothing could induce Limbrick to ac?
cept the nomination. Ho said he be?
longed to thc reform party, and would
roll up his slcoves and work hard for that
party, if they would put honest and in?
telligent candidates in tho field; but if
they were going to put up ignorant ol?icc
seckcrs, he didn't see how wo nre to got
reform, and he might ns well go over to
the Republican party at once.
A Corn-cracker, at a Leavenworth,
Kansas, hotol, the other day, ato green
corn until thc cobs placed with the ends
together formed a string as long as hiin
solf. Ho then laid him down and died.
A man named lionuett Scope was re?
cently oxecuted at Norwalk, Ohio, This
is the first hanging of an Israelite in tho
The annual report of tho Coroner of
San Francisco records ?152 cases, includ?
ing 22 murders, 57 suicides, and 71 acci?
John Henry Salmon, who murdered
his mother and brother, has been con?
victed, at Charlottesville, Va., and sen?
tenced to death.
A Troy man was married Sunday and
Slin-struck Tuesday. Another who had
been married some years was son-struck
tho .same day.
A scaffold gavo way in Montreal, a few
days ago, killing two men instantly, and
seriously wounding three others.
A nitro-glycerine factory at Lauen
burg, Prussia, exploded yesterday. Five
persons wero killed.
AM. TUT. FACTS IX A NuT-SUEi.l..-Tho points
of difference between PIIALON'S VITALIA, or
SALVATION FOB THE H.VIH, aud the other hair
darkening articloa, are these: 7Vy are sticky
-it is devoid of gluten. They are opaque-?7
is transparent. TUey are fetid-// ia fragrant.
They arc muddy- it is clear. They produco
dull tints-?7 reproduces nature's hues. Sold
hy all druggists. A 7 t3
Bocal lt? m m ?
PHONIXIANA.-Our readers will find in
another column a communication from
Gen. Butler, upon a subject which has
oxcitod considerable interest.
President Bush states that for the five
months just expired there has been an
excess of uc arty ?18,000 above tho re?
ceipts of his road for tho same period
of the last year; and for the month of
July just closed, the receipts have been
one-third greater than for July, 1869.
Tho Greenville and Columbia Railroad is
bound to bo a first-class institution.
"Thc dearest spot on oarth is home.''
A great many husbands think so.
Wo have received from Messrs. Dufflo
?t Chapman, a copy of a work which will
provo interesting to business men-Tho
United States Internal Revenuo and
Tariff Law (passed July 13, 1870), to?
gether with the act imposing taxes on
distilled spirits and tobacco, and for
other purposes (approved July 20, 1868),
and such other ucts or parts of acts rela?
ting to internal revouuo as aro now in
effect, with tables of taxes, a copious
analytical index, and full sectional notes.
Complied by Horace E. Dresser. Harper
?: Brothera aro the publishers.
You can get any kind of book, job
and fancy printing executed in beat
style, at shortest notice and New York
prices, at PlICENIX oflice.
The following appointments have becu
mado for Judge Carpenter and General
Laurens, Saturday, August 13.
Columbia, Tuesday, August 16.
Wiuusboro, Wednesday, August 17.
Chester, Friday, August 19.
Broad River, Chester Co., August 20.
Yorkville, Monday, August 22.
Rock Hill, Tuesday, August 23.
Landsford, Wednesday, August 21.
Lancaster, Friday, August 2G.
Cam-icu, Monday, August 29.
Sumter, Wednesday, August 31.
Liberty Hill, Kershaw Co., August 27.
Darlington C. H,, September 5.
Chesterfield C. H., September 7.
Beuuettsville, Friday, Septomber 9.
Florence, Saturday, September 10.
Mariou C. H., Monday, September 12.
Kiugstrce, Wednesday, September 14.
Manning, Friday, September 16.
Orangeburg C. H., September 19.
Barnwell C. H., September 21.
White Hall, Collcton, September 23.
Beaufort, Monday, September 25.
Appointment for Gadsden recalled for
HOTEL ARRIVALS, August ll.-Colum?
bia HoisL-Vf. W. Hioks, J. T. Darling?
ton, S. C. Gilbert, Henry T. Williams,
John A. Moroso, Charleston; J. T. Settle,
C. M. Hawkins, Baltimore; Edward
Noble, Abbovillo; W. A. Bradley, Au?
gusta; J. S. Bowman, wife and son, Or
augoburg; D. D. Peden, wife and child,
Griffin, Ga.; F. M. Mcivor, city; Mrs.
J. S. Richardson, Miss Katie Richard?
son, D. McDowell Richardson, Sumter;
R. S. Dargau, Arkansas.
Nickerson House.-James Brenuau,
Charleston; John A. Young, Charlotte;
S. F. Houston, Augusta, Ga.; H. P.
Adams, J. E. Beattie, Greenville; W. W.
Humphreys, Anderson; Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mciver, Cheraw; L. O. Neall, Edgefield;
E. C. Goss, Uuiouville; B. G. Yocom,
Chester; J. H. Gay, N. C.; H. J. Jones,
LIST OF NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Dufflo it Chapman-New Books.
Meeting Board of Trade.
E. H. Heinitsh-Pepsin, etc.
P. Cantwell-Poach Brandy.
F. G. Whitmire-Land for Sale.
E. E. Jacksou-Elixirs, etc.
VAST QUANTITIES OF IVORY DESTROYED.
Thousands of tooth that might last a life?
time aro lost every year, simply because the
parties concerned either forget or do not ap?
preciate the tact that SoZODOXT, .'duly applied,
render tho dental substance proof against de?
I Accidents will occur oven in thc best regu
? lated families, and "SIULUISO'S GLUE" should
be kept handy. A 7 t3
A BEAUTIFUL THOUOUT.-It may ho truth?
fully said that the greatest of all blessings ia
health, for without it tho joys vouchsafed aro
turned to sorrows. To all health is essential
lo: life's enjoyment and pursuits, to tho
young and old, to tho rich and poor. Aro you
In search of wealth? Hoalth is necessary.
Do you tlosiro otfico and worldly honors?
Of what avail would theso bo without health?
The beauties of spring, tho song of birds, thc
tleep blue sky, the rolling ocean, all havo a
poetic fascination which charms only tho
healthy in mind and body; but to tho Bick
what aro these but mockeries. Tho body dis ?
eased, tho mind sickly o'or with tho saddest
of thoughts. Oh! that I may live to appre?
ciate tho blessings of health. Thisrich boon
is within the reach of all. Tho remedy at
hand in HKINITSII'S QUEEN'S DELIOUT, tho
health panacea. Now is tho time to try it.
Tm: attention of the reader is respectfully
invited to tho advertisement of Bradfield ?
Co., in another column. They aro undoubt?
edly welling thc best romedics out for the
diseases they aro recommended for. BRAD
FIELD'S FEMALE RECULATOR and Dr. Ran-iurr's
CELEIIRATKD LIVER MEDICINE, haa certainly
cured more bulleted persons than any two
medicines of their ago. Try thom and be
well, as these gentlemen guaranteo satisfac?
tion or money refunded. A 7
WJIKN the blood becomes impoverished hy
improper digestion, or thero is not sufficient
food taken iuto tho stomach to moot tho re?
quirements of tho system, the skin hooomcs
pallid, the lips and tongue turn almost white,
and the face assumes a wax-liko appearance.
This is a suro sign that tho stream of lifo
needs enriching, thal tho blood is impover?
ished. How is this poverty of tho blood, of
which emaciation, debility and nervous re?
laxation are tho ordinary symptoms, to bo
remedied? The only way would bo to invigo?
rate the stomach with LIITMAN'H GREAT GER?
MAN BITTERS, and it will reinforce tho blood
with nutritious particles. A 712
Everybody, go to Pollock's!
Thirsty people, go to Pollock's.