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PICKENS C. II., S. C.:
Thursday, May 4, 187C.
The State ConventionD.
F. Bradloy, Esq., and Col. R. E.
l3owon, left on Wodnosdny ovoning last
to attond as dolcgatos from this Conns
*y, ino mtuo juomocratio convention,
which moots in tho Hall of tho
IIouso of Representatives in Columbia
this evoing, at 7 o'olock. This is
an important mooting, and tho (Jorw
vention should studiously avoid any
indication of our future Stato policy.
That, as wo conccivo it, bolongs exclusively
to tho Stato nominating
Convention !whon it shall moot. A
prudent and discroot delegation should
bo scloclcd to the St. Louis Conveim
tion, for tho success or defoat of tho
National Dcniocrac}' depends ontiroly
upon tho action of that body.
Contonnial Fair in Charleston,
in aid of funds to erect a monument
to tho defenders of Fort Moultrie,
Juno 28, 1876, bus been quite suceosa
ful, and a considerable fund raised.
Tho eolebration will take p'aee 28th
Juno next, and wo trust as many of
our citizens will attend aa can pos*
aibly do bo.
Starved to DeathTho
Waltorborro Nows announces
tho recent doath of throo old colorod
porsons in Colloton Count}', from starvation.
Tho fruits of emancipation
and .Radical rulo. Unless the liepublican
party is defentod and drivon
from powor in South Carolina, thore
will bo thousands of similar cases
'amongst tboso poor deluded people,
beforo many moro years ba?o rolled
President Grant foil justified in
spending 835,000 of tho peopled
~ A i I- i -* J
muiiujr tu UC1U1II< U1U UUIItUIIl J)lUl>CU
oloction frauds in Now Yorlc City,
which, !t i.s assorted by his party
frionds, wero to bo porpotratod
through manipulations of the rcgistraBion
lints by Democratic ofHoials.?
Through tho frauds of .Republican registrars
in tho city of 1'hiladelph'a^
tho lists were so enormously swelled
by falflo names that with a population
only three fourths that of New York
there woro thirty thousand more
names on tho lists in that city than
on thoso of Now York. Yet tho
President novor authorized tho cxpen
dituro of ono dollar for tho detection
of frauda porpotratod by bin own party.
What has bccomo of that jewel, onU
? 4t> ?
Capt. Jnmcfl A. Iloyt, of tho
Intolligoncor, who was reeontly proposed
for tho Legislature from Andoraon
Cnnnty, by tho liruuhy Crock
Domocratio Club, graoefully doelinoa
tho intendod honor, for tho reason, hs
ft public journalist, bo can bo of greator
sorvioo to tho Democratic party,
not to bo a candidato.
ttn&.Tho KdgeficlJ Democrats plodgo
themselves to nupport all regular
nominees cf tho Democratic party,
and to oppose all indepondent candid
\ dates for oHfce, but with tho abiding
* oxpcctation that homo but well known
Democrats shall bo nominated for any |
olflcc, Stato or Federal.
The Oranntovillo Cotton Knc-!
tory has doclarcd a dividond of 10 per.
cent, on the capital stock ol $000,000 '
Tho To cum TrialOn
tho 25th ult, tho case of tho
Stato vs. Yoeum, TroaBuror of Fairfield
County, was triod boforo Judge
Northrop. Tho chargo against him
was bronoh of trust and larcenry. It
will bo remombo?od that J udgo Maok*
ov's anneal to tho TjOtriHlnturn not to
appoint a committoo to investigate
his official conduct, was basod upon
tho assertion that it was only a scheme
of Yocum'a to displaco bim and savo
himself?that Yocum was guilty of
tbo giossost corruption, and if his
judicial functions wore not interfered
with by logislativo investigation, ho
would exposo a most glaring system
oi corruption, and havo Yocum convicted
and sont to tho Penitentiary.
This kind of argumont had its effect
on n majority of tho Conservative
members of the Legislature, Mid dofoalcd
investigation. To tho contrary,
Yocum askod for a committoo, and
a thorough investigation. John Lilley,
nogro, ex-member of tho Legislature
from Fairfield County and a
notorious burglar, who was rocontly
convictad and sontoncod to tho Ponitontiary
for a numbor of yoars, was
conditionally pnrdonod by Govornor
~ t?i: : ? ? v.
v/iKUilUUIiiUII, IU lUPtliy agUIIIBb JL u?
cum. Tho pardon containod tho following
proviso, "on condition that
the presiding Judgo shall only dolivor
said pardon when ho shall cortify
undor his hand and seal to mo t!iat
tho said John Lilly has testified in
tho trial of B. G. Yooum fully and in
good faith." Judgo Northrop rulod
that it waB no pardon at all, as tho
witness could not testify until ho was
pnrdonod, and could not bo pardonod
until ho tostifiod. Tho jury, aftor a
thorough investigation, ncquittod Yocum.
Thoro roaily seems to have
beon nothing in tlio- caso, and thus
ends tho groat, trial in which Judgo
Mnckcy promised his Conservative
supporters in the Legislature such
great developments of Kadioal rascality.
A First Class Hanging Suggested
A* correspondent of tho ISdgefiold Advertiser
says that there is about $35,000
locked up in tho County Tronsury
hy an injunction of Judgo Carpponter.
At last court Judge Carpenter
promised to dissolvo tho injunction
and have a pro rata distribution
of the funds amongst tho county'h
creditors, but has not yot done so.
Tho correspondent furthor says that
1 McDevitt, the County Treasurer, arid
I Paris Simpkiun, roouborol the Legis
liiiutu, uru jjru^uoiiig iu uuy invnv
claims up at 40 and 45 conts on Lho
dollar, and that is probably the reason
why tho injunction is not dsisolved. He
invitod a public mooting at Kdgotiold
C. II. on last Monday totlomand a
distribution of tho money, and if the
money could not bo had, thou to have
a first class hanging. This is certainly
the most "unimary modo of dissolving
an injunction, wo ovor hoard of, but
itmigbt havo a good ctfcct in many
The State Press Association
Tho second annua! mooting of tho
South Carolina Stato Press Associa
lion will bo held in Spartanburg on
Wednesday, May lOili, 1870, at 10
o'clock a. in. An address upon the
subject of journalism will bo delivered
on Wednesday evening by Capt. F.
W. Dawson, of tho Charleston News
anil Courier, who has boon selected
as the anniversary orator. Mombers
are requested to bo punctual in attendance,
and journalists who aro not
members are invited to send in their
JAMES A. 1IOYT, Prosident.
A. A. ("Jir.IlRIlT 1 JilPftivlinit Sftft'rv
> tt J
Verdict Against the CountyIn
the United Statos Court, in
Charleston, on tSo 24th ult., tho foU
lowing vordicts wcro obtainod against
Tho J Junk of Commorco of Jtchmond,
Virginia, vs. tho County of
\T 1:r~.. T?i-; /
i iv/iwiin, t uiuiut iur iuinkill ior
The Richmond and Danville Railroad
vs. tho County of Pickons. Vordict
for Plaintiff i-/r 81,190.
Bonator Bayard, of Dolawnro,
is looming up rapidly as tho Democratic
standard bearer for Prosulont,
at tho approaching election. JIo in
one of tho purest and ablest States*
men in America.
A white Brahma hen laid, a
jot black ogg yesterday in the yard
of Mr. J. Wulborn. 03 Mooting street.
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Charleston. Tho egg is In go and
honvy, and of tho usual shape. What
docs it portend?.
Wo confoss that wo aro touohod by
tho following appeal from tho unforlunato
prisoners who aro about to bo
sent North ior yoars. And wo call
attontion oi the public to thoir condition
and to thoir warning:
CUAHIiEBTON J AIL,
April 29th, 1876. I
To tho Groonvillo Daily News: Wo,
as prisoners in Cbarlepton jail, do
oarnostly bog alt- our mountain friends
to quit stilling, and novor violatolh?
Rovonue Laws again. Wo liavo a
long and woarying imprisonment to
Tho irformution wo havo rocoivoi
in that tho United States authorities
intend to put it down. If our frionds'
will quit and not commonco any
more, wo may bo pardonod. Lot tho
mountain country rofleet on us poor
distressed prisoners, sontencod for two
and four years. May God help thom
to quit and not commonco again. If
thoy do, thoy trainplo upon us and
upon our poor wivos and littlo children,
loft to tho trials and trgublo of a
hard world. Wo say to our frionds
in tho mountains, if thoy aro caught
stilling after this, they will bo impris*
onod from four to oight yonrs, and wo
eftrnostly bog them on their own account
and on account of our poor
wives and children to stop it. Wo
aro willing to tako an oath that wo
will never still again against tho law.
Wo pcoplo living in tho mountains
did not know, as wo havo sinco learnt
od, that any body could still aa choap
by tho law as against tho law, and
wo ought not to Hufl'or so long. God
holp our wives and littlo childron.
Geo. Y. Southern,
Comptroller Gonoral Dunn has iissued
tho following circular, which wo
publish for tho information of all
Offico of Comptroller General,
Columbia, S. C., April 28, 187G.
Tho County Troasurots in tho sovoral
Counties in the State aro hereby
noiified that by viituo of Section 4 of
the Act app oved April 13th, 1870, all
J 1 ii-^* i o
wiAt's uuu uiiu u iiuuiieciou lor any
and all yoars proceeding tho fiscal
your may bo paid in bills of tbo Bunk
of llio St a to, "which shall have been
proved, stamped, or found genuine."
Taxpayers who have, prior to the
profont fiscal year, mado tondor of
ihcso bills in payment of their taxes.
either lor Stato or County, will bo allowed
until tho ]6lh Mny, 1876, in
which timo to pay in tho bills without
penalty. After this timo tho delinquent
proporty, if roal ostato, lor
which bills of tho Hank ot tho State
have horotoforo been tendered, will ho
advortiscd and solil on Juno 5th, 1870,
as othor delinquent property ofl87o,
and then can bo redcomod as forfoitod
lands prior to Novomber, 1, 187G, ac
cording to Section 1 of abovo niwned
Act. Porsonal proporty, for which a
similar tonder was made, will bo pro*
ceoded agaiiujbby execution.
County Treasurers will givo prompt
notico to taxpayers to bring in all
bills hcroloforo tondorod.
Tiiomak C. Dunn,
tp?ir Tlio now city officials of Columbia,
aro receiving a good deal of
attention from tho unfortunato taxpay
oi'M of that much misgoverned eity.
Tlio contro of interest just now is tlio
selection of subordinato officials. At
a rocont meeting, tho Council soloclcd
all, except a Chief of Polico, which
gives pretty gonora) satisfaction. Tho
candidates lor Chief of Polico, aro:
MadolifT, and Nixion, tho prosont Chief,
who, on accout of his notorious con*,
duct in tho past, is obnoxious to tho
bottor portion of tho citizons. Tho
vote stood?six and six?ono blank.
Tlioro was no clioico and tho oloction
was postponed to tho next mooting.
Mayor Agnow holds tho balanco of
, powor?and if ho puts Nixion over
thopooplo again, thoy should put him
Democratic Ci.un.?Tho Domocrat.
ic Club, organized at Dncusvillo on
tho 22d ult., olectod tho following
ProHidnnJ W \V I? vu
... > i . i ^ 11 K/f T IUV7I'rofiidontH,
J. 13. Sutherland, Thos. I*.
Loflper nnd Win. M. .Jonoa; TronsurorJ
<*. K. ltobinson; Soorotary, JJ. F.
Morgan; ICxcontivo Committor, J.
ILiint, 1'. II. Willinmn, M. Koborts,
W. O. Singleton, Dr. VV. T. Fiold.
Tliu ]>rico of drink* declined 33^
nor cunt. in Greonvlllw m? nn/?^ni?t
II I v ' l?VVWI|lll U|
Jilio prescncu of tlio Good Templars.
M(t Editor: Twolvo Milo Grango,
No. 296, at thou- April mcoting, paBHod
ik. <?II : ?~l..i: ?
tuu luiivwiug icDviuuuiin;
Whoroae, this is the Contonnial
yoar of Amorioan Indopendanoo, and,
whereas, it is not praetioablo for many
of us to attund tho groat Centennial
Exhibition at Philadelphia. Therefore
Kosolvod, That it is the pleasuro of
this Grango to unite with each subor>
dinato Grango in this County, and
also oach and ovory citizen that will
unito with us in agnnoial celobration
and Pic-nio, at or nonr Pickons Court
Houso on tlio Fourth of July.
Rosolvod furthor, That each Grango
wishing to unito with us in said colobration,
aro rospoctfully roquostcd to
sotul two ormoro delogatos to Pickons
C. H., on saleday in Juno, to appoint
a committeo of arrangements, inritii'
ltoBolvod, That onr Secretory correspond
with cftch Grange upon tho
subjoot, as early as practicable.
A hail storm visited somo sections
of Lancaster County on last
Monday ovoning, which in point of
sovority is roproscntod as being un?
paralleled. It extended from uppor
Camp Crock sovoral miles in a south'.
viiowvi II UIIUUVIUII, UUlllg UUIIBIUUrilUlU
damago to early vegotation.
B*3A_ A bill has bcon filod in tho
United Statoa Supremo Court to enjoin
tho Socrotary of War from pro*
ocoding with tho improvomont of the
Savannah river, to tho dotrimont of
tho Stato of South Carolina and hor
Tho United States has obtainod
judgement against Montgomery
and F. J. Mosos. Sr.. for 8-14.000.
2^** The Ailron Tiibuno. about tho
only County Republican papor in the
State, bus suspended.
Thero is much complaint about tbo
supply of water in Charleston at this
time. Tho cisterns aro dry and tl j
people have to resort to the street
wells for water.
Tbo Democracy of Union County
aro organizing and electing young
men as ofliccrs of tbo clubs. Tbo days
of old forrvimn ni'n vnniHlv nnu?iii?
-~nj - i'1"'.'
By an Act passed at tho last sot>.->ion
of Llie Legislature, forfeited landa can
borcdocmed with tho bills of tho Bank
of tho State.
SQr- Tho Union-]Iorald (Republican)
says: "Tno Chinoso who arc now
being persecuted in California, ought
to call on Grant for troops. If they
wero a little darkor, and livod in Ihc
rooonstruotod St.nf.na. wli.if ti fllmncn
? '""J "
it would bo for Morion."
Pick on s Prices Current*
COBRKCTKO WKKKLT IIY W. T. U'VAll.
Cotton per pound, packed, llj^llj
Cotton per pound, seed, 4c
Hncon per pound, l(jj
Lard per pound, 20c
Pork per pound, 10c
Corn por bushel, . 75c
Wheat per bushel, $1.50
Flour per barrel, $8?$10
Apples, Dried, per bushel. $1.0(1
Apples, Green, per bushel, $1 00
Peas per bushel 00c
liiitlcr per pound, 15(m20c
Hoof per pound, 0@Cc
Heeswnx, per pound, !i5c
Tallow, per pound, OJc
Chickens, per head, loc
Hides, Dried per pound, V2Af
ilidos, Green, per pound, (ic
Eggs, per Dozen, 10c
l'inders, per bushel, $1.0C
Feathers, per pound, 60
Wool, per pound, 40
THIS PAVER IS ON FILE WITH
J. +. 1 .. .'. .-^-^ ^yi'.lJ?.?
To tiir Public ; I am accused of tinlnq profain
nnd otlior abuRlvo language to the family
nf Mr. Ahnl I (c n<l 1-ifikn. fin Novembor lftst. 1
And I lake thin method of Hinting that I wan
under the influence of Whitkty at the time,
and have no recollection of UHing such
language; and dinolaim any intention of reflecting
on tho good character of any member
of Mr. Ilendrick'B family.
J. B. IIILL.
May 3, 1870 1*
nfc.v 'I'Iio iiiiinv friendx of W. O. FII'11,1)
rcHpcc) fully nnnomioo liiin fth a onndhlnlo foi
Jinlgc of Probate of Pickens Oounly nt tin
i ensuing clcction?auhjoot however, to tin
j action of the County Democratic Nominalinj
Tito State of South Carolina
County of Pickens.
Iff THE OOUllT OF COMMON PLEAS.
M. A. Itcster and others, "|
Plaintiffs, I Summons
Against } for
Win. A. Lay, Executor and I ltoliof.
others Defendants. J
TO Wm. A. Lay, Executor of the Estate of C.
M. Lay, Letty Newton and J. C. C. Newton,
Defendants in thie aotion.
YOU are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint in this action,
which Is filed in the offioo of the ClerK of the
Court of Common Pleas for the Said County,
and to Herte a copy ?f your nnsWer on the
subscribers at their office, at New Piokens
\j. ii., o. v., wiiniu iweuiy nays nuer ine
service of (his summons on you, exclusive of
tho day of scrvico.
If you fail to answer this complaint /within
the timo aforesaid, the Plaintiff will apply to
tho Court for the relief demanded in the complaint.
April 21, 1870.
Pickens 0. II., S. C.
To Wm. A. Lay, Executor of the Estate of
of G. M. Lay, Lclty Newton, and J. 0. C.
Newton, Defendants; Take notice that Com-,
plaint, nnd amended Complaint ia this action
lias been ftled in the oftice of tho Clerk of tlie
Court of Common Pleas, at N?w Piekons
Court House, South Carolina.
IIOLLI NO S WORTH,
np 21, 1870 86 jO
Tli? State of South nrolina
By I. II. Philpot, Judjt of Probate,
Wkkrear, Naomi Clayton, hns made sntt
(0 mo to grant her Letters of Administration,
with the Wi!l annexed, upon tho Estnto and
Effects of B. Clayton, deceased?
The kindred and creditors of the said J. 1).
Clayton, aro therefore cited to bo and appear
before me, in the Court of Trobate, to be
holdcn at Pickens C. II., on Monday, tho 16th
tiny of Mny instant, at 11 o'clock, n. m.,
lo shew online, if any they have, why the said
administration should not be granted.
Qiven under my hand and ccnl this, (ho
4th day of May A D., 1870.
I. II. PIIILFOT, j:p.pc.
May 4, 1R75 85 2__
NOTICE is hereby given that N. M. Mndd
n, Administrator of the Estate of
Tcmperancc W. Madden, deceased, has this
.1?v orx^lin.l ..." I ? - L>:....l C'-Hl..
v.v ,w ...IVIVU it ? > ? UCUIUincut
of said Estate, and (o be discharged
(herefrom. The samo will bo heard at my
office on Monday, tho oth Juno noxt.
I. II. 1MIILPOT, J.r.p.c.
Msiy 4. ;870 85 4
Notice To Creditors.
ALL persons having demands against the
Estate of Temporal)ce \V. Madden, deceased,
will present them to the undersigned,
legally attested, on or before the 5th day of
Juno next. Those indebted?to the Estate
inusi hoiiic mo same on or lie. ore tiialilay,
hi- (hoir accounts will bo left in llio lunula ol
an otliocr for collection.
N. M. MADDEN, Adm'r.
May 4, 1870 85 8
An obi physician, retired from active praotice,
having hiul placed in liib hands by an
East India Missionary tho formula of a sinipli
Vogotablo remedy, for (lie speedy and perma
ncntcure of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh,
Asthma and nil Throat and Lung affections!
also a Positive and Radical Cure for Nervous
Debility and Nervous Complaints, after baring
thoroughly tested its wonderful ourativ<
powers in thousands ol cases, feels it bisdut^
lo make it known to his Buuciiiig followc. Ac
tuated by this niotivo, And a conscientious de
site to roiievo human suffering, ho will sonc
(frco of charge) to all who desiro it, this ro
cepe, willi full directions) for preparing anc
.successfully using. Sent by return mail bj
addressing with stamp, naming this paper.
1)R. W. 0. Stkvknh,
Munroc Block, Syracuse, N. Y.
&r&0& MILL GEARINO MADE ]
' PwJg5%AFTING.PULlEYS AND HANGERSI
; iialwi i hi
( |Th olIN EQUAILED J A3. LKFFBL DOUBLE I
i P ADpn^C
1.9l?cT??t?y given, that iny wife LTJCINl)^
A. MULL!NIX, and children Mary E.
Martha 1? , Klias K., and Uosa M. Mullinix
huvo left rny hotiso ana caro, without jusi
caiiHe or jirovocation, and that hcncoforth !
.ill ..?? ii.~i.. ?
maintenance, and will pay no contracts thai
they or any of them mny make.
np 27, 1870 81 8
TIIK FIRST SESSION of the aboTo Bchoo
will begin Monday, tho 8d day of Jan
1 For terms, oto.. address tho PrinciDiil.
J. Q. STOCKMAN,
Eaaloy, Station, 8, 0.
Jtin 0, 187fi 18 8m
ENTLEMEN, como up and SETTLE. I
\JT you dont, lookout. No oxcuse licreaf
1 lor A u/nrd Irk llin u*Sun iu anlVi/iAnt
r x>ii. a. j7anT)krson,
All persons iii'lchtcd to l)r?. A. J. AnUcr
hoii & Son will cull nml settle.
5 A. J. ANDKIISON & SON.
M ft roll 10, 1870 28 tf
I WOULD AGAIN I?ESPECTFUlily
call tho attention of tho publio *
to my well Roloctod and useortod
Block of 4
SPRING AMD soma tMSS.
DRY & FANCY GOODS,
JIATS AND CAPS, *
BOOTS AND SH0JZ9,
Cents' Clotting Made a Specialty.
n /% T.I n 7 T~t r? ^
uti u urjjKisb&i
HARD WAlifi, kC.
AH of vthicli 1 will boII choap for CftBb*
I am still Agonrt for tho "BUIfcE*
KA" FERTILIZER, one of tho bes*
in tho market.
Prico payable in cotton at 15o. 1st
Nov., 800.00 per ton.
Prico payablo iu curroncy lsi Nor.,
%&5.00 per ton.
Prico payablo in cash on dolivory, '
$47.50 per ton.
Freight $0.00 per ton, to ho added
to this point, nnd must bo paid in
Last but not least, lot mo imprest
it upon thoso who uro duo mo on ac*?
count for 1875, that I ncod tho money ^
and MUST 11A V13 SETTLEMENTS.
Pay up at onco and favor mo as 1
M. W. FORD.
EASLEY STATION, S- Cl-'eb
17, J87(1 24 tf
1875. ------ 1875.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS! '
Your attention is most kespectfully
called to the largest nnd decided)/
the CHEAPEST Stock of Goods that has
over been exhibited in West Greenville ; con- ^
slating of DRY GOODS. BOOTS, SHOES,
IIATS. HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., etc.
Our prices arc so low that no houae thin
side of New York cr.n under sell us.
We sell Goods strictly for CASH, whioh
enables us to make 1 lie above declaration.
1 We keep constantly on hand n largo lol of A
DOORS, SASIl and IlLINDS, at prices tlint
i defy competition.
1 Wo also keep on linr.d a large lot of thope
1 celebrated GRANGE l'LOW STOCK8, Id '
s which we invite your attention.
r We have also connccted to our Store, *
? Largo WAGON YARD, -i'.h a we!! of Good
Water, which is Free and Oi-bn to All.
CELY ?fc IIBOT11KR.
| Greenville B. C., Ootober 1, 1876. aoOtl
Wo aro now prepared to fnrnlsh permanent attua- #
tlona (or a large number of pcraoni!, uialo and (amnio
who aro r?Ttlen
Imth Bent I roe on implication. Address, with ilamp,
Bouthkrn Co-oi'KitATivB Co., Nashville, Tenn/
Don't Regard it as a Catch pennyBrA1>FIKM>'s
have often roail in the newspapers of tho
grand success of medical compounds put up
at the North and elsewhere. Many of those
medioinos have had their day, and we hear
no more of them. Their proprietors hate
t made fortunes, not so much from tho ourativo
' powers and virtues of their mixtures, as from
[ tho notoriety given tlicrn by advertising, by ^
[ which pooplo were made to believe all tho
r ftp^j that was nrvi?l of them. A preparation
1 is now before the public which is becoming
very popular, and is known as llradfield'a
Female Regulator, put up by L. H BradAeld,
. of Atlanta. Qa., at $1.60 por bottle. Suoh is
its curative virtues, that it has gained wid? '* 4
spread popularity oil over tho country whero
it has been made known, and it is being in*
irouuceu every wnero, wo arc informed thai
immense quantities of thia medioino are be*
ing Hold in all sections of I lie South and South
] west, especially in the city of New Orleans
. and in Texas.
This much wo say in juslioo to its proprie*
tor, who is a gentleman of integrity, and who
would not engage in the rnanufaoturo and ^
nalo of a humbug.?La Grange Reporter.
Two Miles before Breakfast. -?
In ft neighboring city in Georgia, ther? is
A niarriod woman, who, after hor third confinement,
lnul nnceration, with nil its rcpulsivo
symptoms. Slie tried in vain nil tho
nostrums; hor husband carried her to all tho
f famous mineral springs, went with hor to
- New York, Philadelphia, nnd other plaoes,
to consult eminent obstetricians, to no pur*
pose. After the use of tho fifth bottle of
Regulator, she has been fully restored to hor
- former healt it and happiness, and is now the
ijay of the household in able to walk two
miles boforo breakfast.
np 13, 1870 \ ***