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A PARENT'S GRIEF?
Ob, ?bo can feel a pareat's wo?,
Or who cnn tell their grief,
When they behold their children'? pain,
Bat cannot gire relief?
To see their bright and sparkling eyes,
That soon must close in death )
To bear their faint and feeble sighs.
And unrk their strangling breath.
To see that longing look of lote
That seems to ask relief,
Yet know their pain they cannot ewe,
This is their greatest grief.
And when the voice ia bashed in death.
Of those loved ones, the chief,
The solace of parental bern ts.
Say, what can calm their grief?
It ia the hope that Christ has given,
(Although their slay was brief),
They now are angels bright lo heaven
This soothes the parent's g nef.
Written for the Watchman.
"OVER THE BAB,?
Gentle reader, have jon erer tried
the fun o? "fishing," some ten or fifteen
miles from the city-beyond Fort Sum?
ter-beyond the bar-out where the
water is blue, and from five to ten fa?
thoms deep? There are ia our city, as
in all other cities lying upon the sea, a
large number of men who are called
''fishermen/' These men make fishing
a business. To them there is nothing
picturesque in sail boats-romantic in
fishing paities, or exciting in catching
fish, lt is ull a duli, hard, and unpoctic
life-full of disappointment, frequently
of peril, aud not often of much profit.
We are not of that "crowd." We are
not professional fishermen. Neverthe?
less, we love fish, and we lore to catch
them, and we would frequently try to
catch them it it were not lor "circum?
stances." We have doo? something in
this way in the country, in various
places and modes, aud where "circum?
stances" were not so disagreeable as
when we go "over the bar." And have
met with success. That is, we have be
come very tired, hungry and wet, and
have captured from fifty to one hun?
dred trout-bright, beautiful, sparkling
brook trout-takeu by following a moun
tain stream for miles, down "irou^h
raviues and valleys, over rocks and
among cascades. Now on the mossy
bank and anon to the waist in the rush?
ing water. Herc easting the line just
at the edge of the ripple, and then
letting it drop carefully into the deep
pool beyond the jutting crag. This is
healthy enjoyment. It braces the nerves,
strengthens the muscles-expands the
chest, drives away the megrims, and
gives one n taste of nature in her loveli?
ness aud purity.
We have had other experiences.- *
On the small but beautiful lakes of thc
West aud .North, we have "cast our
lines." Would you like a pickerell of
twenty pounds weight ' Are you willing '
to go with a little party to catch one ? '
Well, jump into the cars, aft?r having 1
taken a ticket for St. Paul's. Having 1
safely arrived, take a look at thu "falls,"
the "saw mill" and the "bridge," and 1
then go up to Miumapotes. Stay a day !
or two, and then take the St. Cloud
R. R. and run up ten, twenfy or thirty '
miles-for wherever you stop, you will '
find a lake, filled with fish-a gem of 1
beauty in a beautiful land.
Wc will visit "Minnetouga"-the
"broad water." In with you-into this '
little boat. It is furnished with sn
oarsman, lines, bait-all you want.
He will row us to the best piaces for 1
trouting Over with your lines. How
thc bright bait skits on the water.- '
Hallo ! What is that ? Hold hard- j1
you will be overboard. What did you J
jump up for? Now play him. Shade!1
of Isaac Walton !-but he must weigh
fifty pounds! Re careful-play out j
your linc, wheo he dashes off in that j
way. Now head him towards you. How j1
he pulls ! Well, put the gat! iuto him. j
Here he is. Why, after all your fuss, I
he is only a five pound fish I However, j
that ia good fuu. A friend io thc next
boat has beaten you-he has secured a !
fourteen pounder ? What a moustrous
fish ! Nearly cightecu iuches in cir?
cumference? Aud iu other waters we
have taken tr??ut-that prince amoug
fresh water fish-shy yet brave, regular
game-up io ali tricks. Will snap your
fly before it ?trikes the water, but if he j
is a fellow of weight, will give work j
and excitement enough before you se- j
cure him. If you want "fuu" io this j'
way, go to the Adiomd ?ck Mountains j
for a month, and you will get euough to
last you lor a year.
Last week we went "over the bar" to
fish-ull amateurs but one. Our man
"Jo." has full?'ived thc sea for a living
for twenty years, aud bas experience.
Thc remainder of the patty were com?
paratively "raw hands."'
The owner of the sm.ill yacht, Sallie,
Captain u a gentleman of some
praotic.il knowledge of sailiug boats,
und had kindly tendered it to us for
this occasion. His party oousisted of
himse lf and th? mau "Jo," Mr H., MrL.
MrT and th? "Colime!," whose weight
served as ba!!s=.t. There wero some
hard cases in the compauy-though all j
OuuM contrite- to keep off a lee shore, |
unless toe breeze was very itiff. We '
charged -'Jo" eot to go bnyoud Fort
Sumtt-r, as wc wer.- ull iu very delicate |
health, having a weakness ia the stout* j
sch; but, the raocal, having charge of!
the sailing department, ran right out to
sjaa-passiog the Fort ?tko a ?bot and |
meeting rough water just beyond. We j
bad been iu splendid spit ils uotil theo; j
sod so we did uot like to show the!
"white feather" so near to the fort, sod j
rather feebly conseoted to ruo to what j
"JJ;''' ?aid wes . fodiog phou for wb> i
ting, about a mile or so 00? Wo reached
it after sailing abo*? four niles, oast
aocbor, pitched oar litte? over, ind
waited-yes, vailed i-but tibs boat
would rock about; aud as our mailing
fur fish brought on no esctteaent, bat
a sort ot introspection wbich fe>re boded
evil, we pitched into "Jo." with a vim,
enhanced by a consciousness of our
"unsettled constitution." With un?
blushing impudence ("Jo." is a "fellow
citizen,") our sailing master told os if we
would run out a "mile or two further,"
he would pot ns opoo a place where he
knew we woald catch fish. We were
just io that sute when a little more or
a little less could oot affect the case,
and so, with stern gravity, we told the
chuckling scamp to go ahead-aod so
he did ! We chased ths "City of Ragu
sa" partly across the Atlantic Ocean ;
were hailed but once, and that by an
African and bis ten sous, who were at
sea in a canoe, and who were "out of
water." They were also considerably
"out of clothing," but did not ask for
supplies io that way. We furnished
them with a "gourd" of Water, oot
daring to lessoo our eupply much, as
we were uncertain when we should get
more. At the ead of an hour, "Jo."
concluded to come to an anchor, but by
this time the question of fish had be?
come one of sccoudary importance. The
breeze continued steady, the boat would
tumble about, and some indicative
gaunts were heard ; but over went the
hooks, and before one could say "Jack
Robiosou," there were pullings io of j
lines, shoats for bait, calls on "Jo." and
wrigglings of fish in the boat, which for
a moment overcame all other excite?
ments, and "settled" us to our work.
"I've got bim," sung oat sergeant T.,
as with eyes sticking out of his head,
he hauled up, with amazing strength, a
-"crab !" "Here he is," came ; .a
the lee quarter, as a small shark was
swung on boaid. "Hold hard!" says
mother, as he pulled at his line, draw?
ing in, however, only a big cat-fish,
while the "Colonel," with great unc?
tion, slipped off a tiout of four pounds,
with the remark, "take lessons from me;
And so the fun went 00. Now a
trout, a crocus, or whiting, from one
side of the boat, while the other side
would furnish shark, or black fish, or
:rabs. But alas ! An enemy was steal?
ing upon us, which threatened our ruin.
lt was io possession of our very "en
:ci*te" and thc more we opened our
'gorge," the worse it was. Here was
the fat "Colonel," solemn as an owl
linc dangling overboard, and he contem?
plating the wonders of zoology, leaning
over the boat's side. A jerk of the line,
a strong pall, hooking the troat, bat the
effort brought the crisis-the enemy
?ras discharged, as the fish was hauled
in. A sad wail comes op from the
stern of the boat : "Oh ! Oh ! why can't
this iufernal rocking stop ?" A glance
around shows a parcel ol cadaverous
laces, with other conditions which were
One hour and a half had passed.
Fish were biting gloriously ! We had
caught one hundred and fifty! Splendid
luck ! All were in a large covered bas?
ket, floating iu the water and fed to
the boat. The wind was rising. So
were our stomachs. The order was
?i ven to hoist auchor-up sail and run
to Fort Sumter. This was done ; but
ne failed to make a landing, missing
the wharf a few feet. When wc left thc
fishing ground, we took up our basket
A fish Iroui thc water, felting it upon
the >ide of the boat on its narrow deck,
tied, as we thought, securely Missing
the wharf, but determined to laod, we
run off a few hundred yards and tacked,
when the boom, sweeping across the
deck, struck our basket of fish, cod over
it went-sinking before our eyes, and
within thirty feet of os, io leas than
We would respectfully drop a veil
over the scene, if our duty would per?
mit; but wc are truthful chroniclers of
the glorious "fuu" of "fishing over the
bar." Six sea-sick men, who had sac?
rificed their "internal arrangements "
aud the best part of a day, lookiog in
solemn silence upoo two hundred
pounds of fish going into a watery grave
(for they were dead) waa too much for
human nature to bear. Alas 1 we had
a "cassie mao" 00 board; aod, aa if to j
insult us in oor misery, a hage devil
fish arose within one hundred yards of j
us, turned three somersets aod disap?
peared, and our opinion is that he bad
our basket of fish within his horns
within the next fifteen minutes.
With indescribable feelings, we tarn%
ed our boat toward thc city; aod after
fourteen hours of sickness, fatigue, dis?
gust, irritation, hunger and thirst, we
sat dowo at cor supper table, with the
firm conviction that fishing "over the
bar" ia not the "fun" that it is ' cracked
up" to be. KIRBT HOOK.
The importance of careful punctuation
cauuot be insisted ou too urgently. Here
are a few instances wbioh illustrait it;
1 Wau ted a young man to take charge of I
a pair of horsej of a religious toro of j
mind. "A child was ran over by a
vttiguo three years old aod cross eyed
wiih pautttlet? which never spoke after
wards* " "Lost un enamelled lay's gold
watch aud chants."
- A darkey, left io charge of a tele*
graph u&ee while the operator went to
dinner, heard some ooo "cali" over the
wires, sod began shooting, "De operator
isn't here," The noise ceased.
[lor ibo Watchman.]
BOW BO TOC SPEND TOCK HOU
Reider, te whom if this addresser! ?
It is to you. Theo how do you spend
them? Io idleness? Perhaps half of
your days are spent ic bed, and the
remaiuder in wauderiog about the house,
with yoor hands crammed into your
pockets, and nothing to do. And why
have you nothing to do ? Simply be?
cause you want to do nothing? For
surely "where there is a will there is a
way/' If you are disposed to be idle,
everything will be irksome and tedious.
But, with a cheerful spirit and ready
bands, many a so-called tiresome task
can easily be overcome.
Some of you may a?'x, what work is
there for me to do ? To a farmer's son
(for snch I am) I would say : Rise early
in the morning, that you may be able
to relieve your aged father of the neces?
sity of so duing. See that his stock are
attended to, that his laborers arc out as
soon as usual ; and, in a word, take the
management of the farm into your
possession, and let him indulge in a
morniog nap. And while the son is
thus employed, let not the daughter be
idle, fer she too, has work to perform.
Rise with both the son and sun. At?
tend to the feeding of your mother's
poultry. Sweep tue house. Keep an
eye to the cooking apartment. Let
father's coffee be hot and mother's tea
be well flavored, and set the table
have everything ready for breakfast ;
md then awake her, to praise your con?
duct and comment on your good house
But is this all you can do ? No. You
ran visit thc poor and teach them how
to read and write. Much good can be
done in tbis way, if the proper spirit is
But the young people of this day are
so much engrossed with parties, dances,
balls, fashionable dress, fancy boots, kid
gloves, enlarged water-falls and fancy
jewelry, that they lose sight of the
poor and sick around them, and forget
to administer to their wauts and com
forts. If we arc thus to spend our time, ,
or holidays, io riotous living, in revelry,
dancing, and in sadly neglecting our
duty, they will prove a curse to us. Far
better that they had never been insti?
But if we improve each moment
rcmcmbcriug that thc same moment is
never had by us twice, and work dili?
gently to improve our fellow man,
advance learning and promote virtue,
knowing that ''The night cometh, when
rro man can work," (yea, too soon I fear
for some of us), then we C3n certainly
rook back to these as life's golden hours ;
and the insidious smite of reproach,
instead of hovering o'er us, will, (by
the consciousness of having performed
our duty) be banished far away.
In conclusion I would say, that while
we practice charity ta the puor a:i 1
sick, we should bear in mind that it
bogies at home. Let ns not, then, fur
get ourselves but improve our minds by
constant and careful study.
One hour each day in three mouths,
would be ninety-two hours, aud these,
well improved, will be worth a good
deal. Loose not a siugle minute, for at
best the life of man is short. Therefore,
let us scorn to occupy an idle chair or u
sluggish couch, but stir ourselves as
becometh lads of the present day, giving
to each moment its appropriate work.
FA u M
Sumter Book Store.
LKTTER PAPER., 10 cent?, per quire.
Fools Cap paper, 15 cent*, per quire.
Blank Books and Diaries fur 1871.
Writing Desks and Work Duxes.
Hair Brashes and Toute Brushes.
Combs and Faner Articles.
A targa lot of Miscellaneous Books,
Novel?, at reduced rates.
_A. WHITE A CO I
1^1, SPRISG TRADE, f871.1
Complete acts from $3 to $20 per set.
All tba different kinds a! red need prices.
Cf ti tr j description.
For ladies aad gentlemen.
FOREIGN FANCY GOODS.
GUNS AND PISTOLS OF ALL
KINDS AND PRICES.
Goods shipped to any part of the ecuntry per
express. The tame careful attention given to
orders by mail aa to personal purchases. Prices
for our goods based co gold at par.
POULTNEY, TRIMBLE & CO.,
I 200 W. Baltimore Street,
Marsh ?- BALTIMORE, MD.
Court of (taninon PleasT
COUNTY OF SUMTER.
Elizabeth X. Bradley, Plaintif, against
John McLeod Bradley, Gordon Brad?
ley, Mary Murray Bradley, Samuel
Bradley, Henry Ilughet Bradley.
John y. Frierson and Edward E.
Evans, D?fendait ti.
Pursuant to an Order of tba Court in this ease,
made at May Tera, 1571, thc Creditors of Samael
J. Bradley, doesased, the testator in the cause, are
hereby notifted to come in before me and prove
their debts, ea or before the 1st diy of December
next, and (kat ia default of then coming ?a te
provo tketr doof? by th?t time. tb.sy Will kees
elodea tb? WacjU of. Ua decaoa m kde ta the ease.
aaa w. KEABIXM?,
Omi of tba Cwrl aad Referee.
Harks Oftco, Souter. Mar/ list, iSTL
Ju? Itt 1
BALTIMORE AND WILMINGTON
Composed of the First Class Steamships .
Sailing from BALTIMORE every SATURDAY
AFTERNOON, nt 4 o'clock. Arriving at WIL?
MINGTON TUESDAY MORNING.
Sailingfrom WILMINGTON crery FRIDAY
AFTERNOON or SATURDAY MORNING.
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING
Giveh to ?ll points on the W. C. A A. R. Road,
Cheraw A Darlington R. R. ?nd their coonee
Insurance by this Line. 1*2 per Ct.
Kales Guaranteed as low as by auy
All Losses promptly paid.
A. D. CAZAUX, Agt.
Wilmington, N. C.
ANDREWS A Co., Agents,
73, Smiths Wharf,
ADRIAN & V?LLERS,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
WE KEEP THE MOST COMPLETE AS
TO BE FOUND IN ANY SOUTHERN MAR
kot. Oar Lin? of
Of every kind is c?mprete, and at prices that cot
off all -.nducements to send orders North. Close
baying customers will find that they save mony
by ordering from us. Our Catalogue for the spring
trade is unusually full.
Wines, Liquors & Tobacco.
Whiskey, Gin, Rum,
Brandy, Wines, Bitters,
Ale, Porter, Ac
Chewing Tobacco, in caddies and } boxes, of
Smoking Tobacco, all kio JJ, in ?, ?, i and 1
begars, a good many different sorts and all
The above we offer to the trade low far CASH
ADRIAN & V?LLERS,
March 27 Wilmington, N. C.
16,000 BUSHELS CORN,
8,000 Barrel? Flour,
150 Barrels Pork,
90 Boxes D. S. and L. C. Sides,
30 Hbds. D. S. and Smoked Sides and
450 Sacks Kio, Java and Laguayra Coffee,
20 Hh ls. Dem.i ra ra and P. K. Sugar,
150 Bbl?. Refined Sugur-all grades,
350 Hhds. Cuba Molasses,
150 Bbl?. Cuba Volasse*.
150 Hhds. Sugar House Molasses,
100 Bbl*. Sugar House Molasses,
300 Bale? Hay,
2,000 Sark? Salt.
150 Bbl . and Boxes Cracker;,
15 Tubs Rutter,
SOO B-xcs Soap,
100 Cases LTO and Potash,
75 Bbls. and Tubs Lard.
75 Bhle.knd Kits Mackerel,
7S Buses Tobacco,
80 Boxes Soda,
150 Keg? Nails,
50 Box? s Cheese,
For sale by
F. W. KERCHNER,
27, 2> and 29 North Water Street,
May 10_ Wilmington, N. CJ
Guarai'fcrd to ? x<*ei all others in shape anil
ni i?-rm?. U'1 ?ure lu :i>k for
THE JACOBI AXE,
AND A< < Ki'T NO OTU Kit.
Every Axe Warranted!
For sale at NATU'L JACOBI'S
Hardware Depot, No. V Market St.,
Wilmington N. C.
And Den lear Throajhout the .latte.
Complete assortment of Pions, now ia
. stock, sod for sale low at
No. 9 Market St.
Alarge sod well assorted stock of Spades,
Shovels, Forks, Hoes, and ail Agricultural
Tools, and a full supply of th? most approved
styles of Mechanics' lools, House and General
Hardware, Paint.*, Oils, Glass, Ac, for sale at
Hardware Depot, No. 9 Market St.
Saddles, Harness. Whip?, Sol? Leather, Bar
ness Leather, Ac. For sale at
Hardware Depot, 9 Market 8t
GUNS. PISTOLS, POWDER, SHOT, POW
der Flasks, Game Bags, Shot Belts, Cart
ridges, kr., a complete a-o rf ont.
For ?al? at NATH'L JACOBI'S
Hardware Depot, No. 9 Market St.
Henry Bischoff ft Co.,
AND DEALERS IN
WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS
197 EAST BAY, CHARLBSTON, 8. C.
Feb 8 usa
April 6 v , ly
coL?jgu, ? a
THIS new and Btegectly Tar ?Ml I
lisbment, situated in the business midst of 8- nul
Carolina's Capitol, eaVrdi th? heat tte ase*]
pleasant accommodation? j* the eity.
WU G^JUH, Fi
S. D. Berna, Cashier.
TU* only preventive an?wn4br Chills and Ftiwr j
i* the use cf WottV* Schiedam Scbnaj pa.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
I* good for Dyspepsia.
Wolfes Schiedam Schnapps, j
See preventive of Chille ca? ?-ce.
Tf good fWail Kidney and bladder co?piolals. ;
Wolfe's Sfthifldam ffjk??&?
?M used all om th* world by payai*trac la their
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps,
Ia good for (Jout.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
I* good for ell Urinary eoo*| taint*.
Wolfe's Schiedam Scenapps.
Is recommended by all (he Medical FacaIty.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Is goud for Colic and pain in tho Stomach
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
a imitated and counterfeited, aad parcbajcrs
will hare to use raution in purchasing.
I beg leare to eall the atteotioe of tao reader
o testimonial? in faror of tb* S^ekeeppe :
I feel bound to any that 1 regardjour Schnapps
m being in every respect pre emtncuUy
?are and deserving ol medical patronage. At j
ill e??ata 1t ta the purest pw/rrbU erticle of Bol?
and G i adhere tofu re unobtainable, and aa ?neb
nay bc asakif prescribed by physicians.
M VID L. MOTT, M. D.T Pharmaecstical Chea
Louis vi LLB, KT.. Sept. 1.-I fell that we haTO j
low an article of Oin, suitable for such ea*** aa |
hat remedy is adapted to.
DB. J. W. BRIGHT.
"Schnapps," is a retal J y bl chronic catarrbal j
om pla: nts, cte. :
I take great pleaser* in bearing highly c red ?ta?
ils testimony to its efficacy a* a remedial agent
n the disease* for which yoe recommend it.
ilaring a natnrel tendency to thc ascua* sor- I
aces, with a slight degr?s of sliranlation, I regard |
t as one of th* moat important r*te*di<* in
linnie catarrbal affection*, particularly those
>f the genito urinary apparatus. With mach
estiect, your obedient serrant,
CHAS. A. LEAS, M. D., New-York.
26 PIBE STBEET. NEW-YOB*, Nov. SI, 1867.
JDOLVBO WOLFE, KB?., Pre$t*t: LEAP. SIB: I
tere made a chemical examination of a sample
if yonr "Schiedam Schnapps," with the intent of
leter mining if any foreign or injurious substance
tad been added to tb: si.nple distilled spirits.
The examination i,a* resulted in the conclusion
bat the sample contained no poison uns or harmtal
idmixtur*. I have boca unable to discover aay
race of the deleterious substances which ar*
ometime*employed in the adulteration ef Liquors
'. would not hesitate to ase myself, nor te roora
send to others, fer medicinal purp sos, the
'Schiedam Schnapp?" as aa excellent sad un
lbj cc i ion able variety of gin. Very respectfully
(Signed) CHAS. A. SEELT, Chemist
CHEMICAL ABD TBCBBICAV LABOBATOBT, 18
SXCBAHOB PLACE, NEW-YORK, Nor. 25, 1867.
JnoLPHo WOLFE, ESQ* DOAB Stat The under
igned have earefally and thoroughly analyzed a
ample of your "Aromatic Schiedaas Schnapps,"
elected by ourselves, ead hare found tho sam*
ree from all organio or inorganic cebtiooeee.mor*
>r less injurions to b-Uh. From th* remit of oar
tzaniaa tion we consider the article on* of superior
jua I i ty, healthful aa a beverage, aad effectual ia
U medicinal qualities.
(Signed) ALEX. TRIPPEL, Chemist.
FRANCIS E. ENGELHARD, M. D.
Por sale by all respectable Grocers end Druggists,
CJDOLPHO WOLFE'S EST.,
SS BEAVER-8T, N.T.
Charleston Broom Factory,
J. P. BROWNE, Agent.
ALSO AGENT FOR
PERKINS A HOUSES'
POX EXPLOSIVE KEROSENE LAMP IS
ibsolotely raf* beth from Breaking aad Explo
noa. Give* twice a* much light sa ordinary
Lamp?, and use* SS per cent, les? Ott. Giv*$ oiT
no oiler, md lasts a lifetime,
For sale by
J. P. BROWNE,
130 Mittin/j a/., and 51 Broad Street
Charleston, S. ?.
Agent for State of Sooth Carolina,
GREEN A WALSH Agents for Sumter, S. C
A ri) b_&m_
I.E. ADGER & CO-,
IVroBTKBS or ABD DK ALECS) TB
CUTLERY, SUNS, BAR IRON, STEEL,
J. E. Adger,
A. McD. Brown,
E. D. Robinson,
G. B Moffatt,
J. Alger Sm;
E. A. Smyth
THE MILLS HOUSE,
PAUKER & POHD, Proprietors,
Charleston, 8. G.
HAVING been recently aad thoroughly ren?
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Nov I_ eta
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Oct 6 '
CHARLESTON, & C.
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alee le tba ?satte 'af- tttt Wtelsetla Bsajpaeee
Bosses, afford* laejftiee, ?jaleb andattwt?e?
te Tr*Talkers for Pleaser* ead Mcjehasfe m
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ATXNBaeaertsBest of W00B?* WIeTSOW
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Ra?,WWetoy, Pre?* Spirits aad Refaoe
taatd i?iiat1 " iwa*" ?ti.^iMn? "B?jtorcn.'1ac.
atme ifa?clr,e.mad? frota th? satire Brwie ?ad Serte
3?CaUtesrfa,frea frota all Alcoholic Stiana
laata. They are the CREAT BLOOD PCRl*
FIER and A LIBE GiTIKO PRINCIPLE,
a perfect BenoTator and Inrkjorater of the System,
eaarbtoS an potaaaeaa Batter aadiwotorinftheblood
llrt?i?laj iteSBlia Sniinni mtiiitiTn r
tara according to direction! ejid remain Jon? unwell,
iii i Iii I taataaeaaaaaa act oattra/od tr/ mineral
aeeee.ee other mae?, tad the Tttal om ???tad
beyond the point of repair.
. Tkar ai? a Goatlo Paraattre aa well aaa
geale, riiaiiw??, aloa; ttepecaUermerit of acting
a? a powerful aera* tu re?cvtnjf Ovi*-w?on or Tr?fl*m
auttae of tba Liver, aad afc the Vtteaal Onana.
TOB ?PtAXS ?StflAISTS, tojeaa?or i
Porlaflaansatwrr aad Car?ale Rheaata
(lea aaa Goat, Dyapepeia er ladlgeetion, .
Bi Ilona, Remittent aad Intermittent Fe?
Tara, D?eeaae* of ea? Blood, Lirer, Kid*
aere aad BladBer, theaa Bitter* have been moat
eaoceeatal. Back Biaeaaae a? canead bj Vitiated
Blood, whichUeeneranyproducedby deraaejement
ed ?M B!(?etiTe Orease.
DYSPEPSIA ?lat INDIGESTION, Ba-d
. tobo, ?da kt IkiSaialleu OilSba, Tlthfe-a of the
Skeet, Dtatfaae*. Sear Ti im?Ulea? of the Stronach,
Bad TaeUmOtaTaeeA Atilda? itta^
tlbHeaAIimaajmatioaof the Leas*, Pain iathere
flltta litkeAiaeera, tail ?keadreieaer peat?al ar? p
tatet? er* Sat eSaprhara ol BystMona
?eym-lae??? tie Steamet aadetime^
altai eal Saeakv ?hfcfc reatar Saarn of aaeeeaSed
?efcecy ttriattaetoa the abed of all imporfti?e,and im
Sttataa aaa BBJ tad Ttrorta tko wkeleuitom
FOR SKIN DISEASES, aVapOee*. tetter, Batt
??Mina, ?Um ?, Sj ila laotien, fawohe, Sefta.Oar.
Htera&dw ap and caAiedoat ofSbe???to1aT?a?rt
time byBi. uaert theaeBtrtere. One bottle hi auch
?aMa^-ataeartaoe t&aatost teertdaloasottbate en**,
Oteeaee Sta Vitiated Bated whenever yeo Sad rta har
tiona off Scree | deane rt Shes yon, ked lt obetraeted
aaddaaafdl ta tko reina; deane It when it la foul,
and yeer feeling* wiU teU yoe when. Keep th? Mood
pare, asd the health of the rratem will fellow.
Pla, Taadt aad ether Worm?, InrMn* In tho
oyotaea of ea meay tb aomaae, aaa aStataASp deetrored
Sktaafl IOHI'Ut ? ? il Am M at ilttTt In m tl laTlaarf lA aalltl^J lal
hedy that werma rr**, bat aaoa the dtaeeaod kamora
I. WAULAftaeatakBV R R MCDONALD * CO,
M BUM ST ALL SSUOOISTS ABD PIALOS,
SINGER'S KEW FAMILY
Staad? nn-?Tai'ed by aay ether aataofaetirrer ia j
ta* ?bole world.
The tale? for last year 1970, 117,833, heine j
crcr forty four thousand more tba$ ahy other j
lt will beat, All, bind, gather loeb aad ia fact j
do all that aaa pocaibly ho doo? hy metbiuing in j
the ?oat perfect manner.
A fat! ateortmerj? of ?ilk twl?t, eV>rt ?rte?,
toadle? for all tba leading ?ty j of mach ines tod
a general ?tock of attachment? aad ?ewing ma?
chia? gooda generally.
6X0. X. HEWXLLy .
Agent Stager Sewing M ?ok tao.
Ho. t Sooth Front St
April 19-6 m
Kinsman Sf Howell,
Factors and Commission
Liberal Advances made on
Cotton and Naval Stores.
um t lalLIS
CABIN ET ORGANS?
foer-OeUva Orgeat,..........M $10
Tb? tame, Doubla Heed-. fl
Fir?-Octave Organi, ?iib Tremulant.....
Parred aad Ottaiojaatad.,.-j ?OS
Tb? tame, Doable Rood, with Fir? Stop? 115
Forty Other Stylet, sf to_ 1,0 oo
?atBB mm Km* WSBJlli, AX Oe Orgeat
atada bf tobi fltarmsBf osa l?iriiagbbr tm ?tats
ia aeery rojaoei. Tba*. ?Ul aw maka the ao
otDed eaetty Orgaac at aay ?aita. The oom
Mason & H&mliu Organ Co.,
Wsjeroocia, 596 Broad t ay,
Ar tala ia Wilaiagtea 5. a ?rj
BOW Umt Bm- ?Bi?TORED.
Perhaps no one medi?
cine is so universally
required by every
body as a cathartic,
nor waa ever any be?
fore so universally
adopted into use, in
every county and
among all classes, oe
this mild but efficient
purgative PiU. Tba
obvions reason ia,
that it is a more relia?
ble and tar more ef?
fectual remedy than any other. Those who havs
SSfefckacwMdut it ?ired them: tbcoewtobave
notTknow that it eurea their neighbors and ?rienda
sad all know that what it does oncelit docsaV
ways-that it never tails through any fault or neg
glectofits composition. We have ^^f^ff ^P??
Soasaad* of certificates of their remarkable caree
of the following complaints, bat euch corea are
known ia erery lieighWood, and we needoot
nnbliahmem. Adapted io all aires and conditions
m^lcliinates ; containing neither calomel;narany
deleterious drug, they may be taken with safety
by anybody. T??n?80Mur?oating preserves ftem
ever fresh, and makes?iem Dieasant to taie, while
being pureiy vegetable, no harm can ance from
?haig n?A tm SOT quantity.
?bey^perateby tneb-rowerfal biflnenwoathe
internal viscera ?port?ythe Wood a^ sttam^
3 into healthy sction-remove the obstructions
ofthe ?teenaea, bowels, liver, and other ofgsna of
and ^correcting, wherever they exist, such de
rangements aa are the first origin of disease.
Minute directions sro given m the wrapper ea
the box, for the folk) wing complaints, which those
mm moderately to u
sch, and restore its healthy tone and action.
toms, Billon. lfe?d?cM*, Sick Hea?
ssesae, Jaundice or Cr?a Sickness, Bil
i.? Colic and BIM?**? Fores?, they should
be judiciously taken for each sase, to correct the
diseased action or remove tne obstructions which
Tor Bj aaa* terr or EMarrsseea, bet one
^rdsl^SaS?nr^ ?ravel, l-aK
mttatJoa mt tass Hear?, Pain ta caa
gide, Back anurous*,they sbouWbeeontta
uously taken, aa required, to change the diseased
sction of the system. With such change those
Tor Bresuy sad Bropslcal Swellings
they should be taken in large and frequent doses
to produce the effect of a drastic purge.
For ?npreeetoa a large dewe should be
taken as it produces the desired effect by aym
**Ask Dinner Pitt, take One or two POto to
promote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach spa
bowels into healthy action, restores the appetite,
sud invigorates the system. Hence it is often sd?
vantasMOtt? where no serious derangement exists.
OW who feels tolerably well, often finds ttata
dose of these PW/* makes him feel decidedlybet
Sfrom their cleansing and renovating effect on
the digestive apparatus.
Br. J. C. ATXB A CO., PrmdUml Chemtsttt
1?OWELL. MASS., XT. S. A.
PB A? J. ? CI * *? ??< Sumter, S. C.
cw i Pa vt X. rttTa.Tsn-.
A Rswapaner at tba Press?t Timos,
Int en and for People Saw aa Earth.
Including Farmers. Marham a, Merchants, Pro?
(fr-alonai alen. Workara, Thicker*, cad all nan?
aar of Honest yolks, and the Wives, Bons, sar*,
i of all suca.
ORLY Ont DOLLAR A TSAR !
OHA HTODRXD COPIAS FOR WA,
Ot kW tasa Oas Cent a Copy. Lat there bs a
$80 Ctae at every Post OBOS.
SK3n-WRRKJLY BUH, 09 A TSAR,
pf tao came alas ead general character as
THE WEKKLr, bat with s ?rester Tarir ? sf
?aTSflasanas raadiniT. anil furn taning the sews
so ta sssssktbsra waa greater frostiness. Massas
Manaes twas a wee? baaed of ones only.
TBS DALLY SUR, $8 A YEAR.
A preta mentir readable newspaper, wt? tao
hmt circulation m sae wena, free, tese.
Snient, and fearlasa la politics. AU the aew*
m every where. Two cetus a cony : by mau,
)ceu?*inonth,or$6 a year.
TERMS TO CLUBS.
TBS DO ULAR WRRRXY 8TJ5C
aa extra copy taaVgettet ap^cUo^^^
Twenty copies, one year, auperaatv addressed
(and aa czsa copy to us 'J?^^0^^^
pjfty enc**.cae rear, tecas adores* tesd tas
Berni-'.? ?et / oas year to ratter np of crab).
fiftycep?se,one year.sepsaasaysedrsaad (and
toe Sciai-WeeXlyooorwr'o setter un ofcmn),
Ose haaOTji enc lea, cae year, to one address
(sad lae Delly far ose year a ta* tetar wa ct
dab;. Pitty Dotiere.
One hundred eopla*, coe yeer, separately ad*
Crews* (and tao netty for coe rear to tee rette?
ap of cub). _ .. ataxy Dellars,
? THE BESIIaWEAKLY SUR?
Tea corles, one rear, separatetv sadr ts* td (and
aa extra copy te getter np of doo).
SXSD YOUS HORST
Offleo ceden, cheeta, er draft* ca Wea
entent. Sf aet,taoai
May 17 _3?
^THIS invaluable Family M^jjcjDeJ_T)r_?urjfy_
inc. cleansing, reaoving bad odor* in ali kind
of stehen** ; for barn?, sores, woonda, stieg?
for Eryalpehu, rheumatism, sod sll shin disease!
for catarrh, ?or* mouth, sore throat, diptberia
for colic, diarrhoea, cl olsrs; s* s wash to softei
applied extsrssliy ; so highly recomas ~ded b
sll who have used it-ia for ??1* hr all Druggist
directly nf ?se
llAltDY PK0P11 ?LAC7IC CO..
181 William Street, N.T.
eb 1 ly
E. &H- T-IS?THONY & CO?
Ml BROADWAY, SEW YORK,
Invite tbs aftas lion of tb? Trade to their estes
.iv* assortment of the abor* goods. ?' their ow
pnb?cation, manufacture sad importation.
PHOTO LASTERS SLIDES,
NEW VIEWS OF YOKSMITB.
L4U.I. AU T HOS Y * CO.,
HI Brood way, Kew York,
Opposite Metropolitan Hete
Importen ?ad Manufacture* of
PHOTOGRAPHIC M A TR RIAL
OW Vii^inia Weloomi
AWAITS YOU AT
HEWITT'S GLOBE HOTEL
m anuflaf ?*'<? opftailt Casxketoa Hots
K JU A. U
IT 18 WELL KNOWN TO DOCTORS AND
to Ladies, that Women are subject to nu mer.
oca diana*** peculiar lo their sex, ?uehassuppm.
a?oa of the Menses, Whites. Piiinfutl Month!?
"Periods" Rheumatism of the Back and Worah,
Irregular Menstruation, Ht ur r hage, cr Ext-t?.
sive-"Flow, ' and Prolapsus Uteri or failing
These disease? hare seldom been treaced sae.
cessfjlly. The profession h i? ?ongut diligent
ly for tome remedy that would nuable them ta
treat these ???eases with soccers.
At last, that remedy ha* been discovered bj
one of the uiost skillful physicians ia the S tali
of Georgia. That remedy is
BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR
It is purely vegetable, and i* put up in Atlant?
Georgi*, by BKA I? FI HLD A CO.
' It will purify the bluo-i ami strengthen the
systom, relieve irritation "f the kidneys, and in
perfect ?per ?fie for all thc a bote diseases; ti
: certain a cure as Quinine is in Chills and
for a hiVory of diseases, and cert i fea tei of
j iu timider.ni cures, ti.? reader is referred to th?
wrapper around th- bottle. Every b ttle waract
J e l to give ?atisfuetioii or money refunded.
LAGRANGE, GA., March 2?, 1870.
Bradfield ? Co.. Atlanta, Ga. .--Dear Sirs.-I
take pleasnre in stating that I have used for tb?
last twentv years, the medicine you are putting
up, known aa DR. J. BRADFIELD'S f EM ALB
REGULATOR, and consider it the best combi?
nation ever gotten together for the diseases for
which it is recommended. I hare been familiar
with the prescription beth as a practitioner of
medicine and in domenic practice, and eta
honestly say that I consider it a boon to aofferia*
females, and cnn but hope chat every lady in otr
rh ile lan i, who m iy be suffering in any Wt?
peculiar to their sex. may ba able to procure;
bottle, that th- ir suffer! u rt may not only be re?
lieved, but that they may ba restored to healtk
With my kindest regards, lam. respectfully,
W. B. FERREL, M. D.
We, thc undersigned Druggists, take pleafkjrt
in commending to th? trade Dr. J. Bradfield',
Female Regulator-believing it to be a good tai
reliable remedy for the disease for whick bj
W. A. LANSDELL, Atlanta, Ga.
PEMBERTON, WILSON TAYLOR A CO.
REDWINE A POX. Atlanta. Georgia.
W. C. LAWSHE. Atlanta. Georgia.
W. ROOT A SON, Marrietta, Georgia.
Celebrated Liver Medicine.
It ta purely vegetable, an?, will aet apoa tai
Liver and Kidneys aa promptly as Calomel nj
Buebu' without any danger of salivation or des?
truct ion of the bones.
Parties taking thia medicine need notus
setting wet. or any other reasonable exposai*.
Symptoms of Liver Disease:
Headache, Dull Pealing or the Blues, See
Stomach. Sick or Nervous Headache. Heartier-,
Indigestion or Dyspepsia, Dad or Bitter Taita a
the Mooth, the skin ba? a .hick, rough feelrt;
and is darker than usual. Costiveness, Melli
choir Feelings, Cramps, Cold Feet, Colie, Dys?
tery or Diarrhoea, Chills and Fever, and Pik
[n fact, where the Liver is out of order, jos ia
liable to every disease tbat is not contagion.
Propbitt's Liver Medicine, if takea preperh,
will prevent and eure any disease, resulting ta
a deranged liver.
It will regulate ita fonctions and thai cans?
diseases caused.by Ute failure of ita heel?*
It baa been ased for a great number of yan
aad baa giren universa! satiifaction.
There ts no brother or foo claiming ta km
the original recipe. It ia pat ap in both Poem
and Fluid form.
FAIRBURN, GA , Sept. ft. 184t
Dr. 0. S. P?or>HiTT : Sir :-My wife Las a?
an invalid for fifteen yean. Doctor? all ajrat
?he had "Liver Disease." In eonneetioa va
their prac tic sh? used varions and noted rialto
none of which teemed to do any good. Soraeca
ago I procured a bot- le of your "Liver Medica*
if your agent hera, C. A. Harvey, which 'asia
riven according to direeikms, baa efierteL
GEO- L. TIIOMPSCl
CHARLOTTE. N. C. Sept ?4. 1?
I have used Dr. 0 S. Proplitt'* Liter Me*-?
a" a tonic, and found it to be powerful ast'w
ficaeiou? It is excellent for fnnctimal ?ern**
ment of the Liver or constipation o' ibe bovat
ic mosteases luier.-ediug the necessity of a pp
lar courte of medicine.
E. J. MEYXARDIE. A. al
Pastor Trron St. Otrtk
( DR. PROPHITTS DYSENTERY CORIM
[s one of the most valuable compounds DOW J?
up for Diarrbma, Dysentery, Cholera Infantas'
This medicine bas been ia aaa fer yaala, ?
gWet universal satisfaction.
The most delieate child may take it wita it
COVINGTON. G. A., Noe. t, UK
Da. PaorHiTT :-Haring a very severe aaa
of Dysentery daring the past tammer, 1 a
induced to use your Dysentery Cereal, ?
derived therefrom imm?diat* and pera**"
r*. ief. It Rivet me pleasure to recontaras?
remedy to all who mat be so attacked, beljerx
that, should the directions ba followed, ail
Would lureij be obtained.
Truly, O S. PORTEL
CUSSSTA, TEXAS, M?
Da. Paorarrr : Dear Sir,-Yeer Liver .?
ein? aad Pata Kill It ia a complete ?eec*? .
J. L. WHITTLi
WBST POINT. OA., Aug. ll,I**.
This k to certify that I kev? used Dr- & '
Profbttt'a Lirer Medicine myself ?<.
family, for twelve months oranmore, aaa I?
hesitatingly aay that I believe it one of tm *
Fe in ?ly Medicines in ase.
PROPBITTS PAIN KILL il
? This is th? celebrated medicine that ra? Pff
r Daria' Pain Killer oat of thr market* wkarimr -a
' was told. D?v it made Pr.ph itt change th? at?
f fro? Pain Ki'lcr to PAIN KILL IT 1
I For Rhaumatiim, Neuralgia, or pakt of? lj
kind it baa no equal. ,
For Cai?, Braise?, Bara?, or old Soma,it?. J
' bett thing you can OM aa ? dressing. a
For SNAKE BITES or STINGS ?/ P03P j
OUS INSECTS, it i? a perfect ANTIDOTE j
It ia good for Colie, Cold*. Cougbt, W
Complaint. lu nama indicates itt natal???
, It is truly DEATH .to pata. *
Manatactured aad ?old by BRADrTI? ,
CO., Atlanta, Qa. aad f?r new by all Drajf? j
DOOLY COUNTY. OA., April, lt* ?
Thia ia ta certify that I wa? eooflaad j
boase aad ?jost of the rime te my bed, ???? Z
taring tba greatest agony i magi ea Wa * .
Rheumatic*,, for fir? mooth?, and after tr
every available remedy, with BO rel?* r
cured with two bottle? of Dr. 0. S. Ftta? j
Apodya* Pain Kili It? eaeb ?*mi??gMrf ? ^
oaiy. It relieved me almost instantia. i?f
fora reeoeaaseed it in tba highest degree
suffering from similar disease. I ?an my a* 1
k eua of th? finest family aaedieiact aw? .
e*r*ain. Yoars traly, ?
W. A. FOEEHAB J
DOOLY COUNTY, GA., Oet. 2T, ?J I
Pa. 0. 8. Paorarm I have, derwf 2
algbtaaoa months, ased jomr Pain kill JW ?
consider lt -rnaqaaled by aaytaraf ?P If.
the bead, breast, back er ?ide* a*** *? .&
aotaiag give? relief half ao quick aa J?* 9 '1
dyne Pain Kill lt. '|
Il'U doing muck good la !be eornaO?^
FT A Tl OP OEOEOIA, \ Knew ?fl ?* *]
last* tala day, far valma rtaeired. ti
firred to BRADFIELD ? CC. taa??* .
Eiatuf?etare aad sall my Family M?dJ???
Uf% ftwraickeal tbeea witb tb? tall reta*** 4
Um ?a^ariaad tba said BRADFIELD *j? ag
laaoMama. nu \b*?$ rf ?I?, 1f** f
IRnaaMasMimlbtasi*Jf J?aat. aa? ** JJ
(^^tew,?H?*irjPaboa. ' [L.8.1 ^
l?as acarad aad rar tai? ky . ^
OtS l?W4Vft ?JN?ft. AUAawA, ?twtffrJ* W
by til r^njggiita. "