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[From tl) o Charleston Courier ]
OUR SU.UTER CORRESPONDENCE*
[Frum our Own Correspondent.]
M." M TER, S. 0., August, 7.
.Sumter is central and easy of ac
cess, aud hence it is often selected by
frVe various religious d?nominations in
the State as the place of meeting for
their annual Councils. The Baptists
have reeet.tly held here a Sunday School
Convention-, composed of delegates from
all parrs of the State, presided over by
Rev. W. D. Rice, of Society*Hill, which
continued its sessions for nearly a
week. The Methodists have just closed
their anuual District Conference, prc
sided over by Bishop Wightman, of
Charleston, and in his absence by Rev.
W. H. Fleming, the Elder in charge of
this Conference District. Botl of these
meetings were pleasant reunions to
the ministers and lay delegates
attending them, an i occasions of great
interest to the resident population, who
crowded the churches at almost every
service. The Presbyterians look for
ward tc the meeting of the Synod of
South Carolina, winch assembles herc
iu November. And in this connection
it may uot be amiss to state that the
earnest and able pastor of that chu. ch in
this town, Rev. D. McQueen, has re?
cently received from a Georgia Universi
ty thc Doctor's degree in Divinity,
which, while it makes him no greater
23 a scholar and pulpit orator than he
was before, is a gratifying proof that
he is known and appreciated outside of
Iiis own State and Synod. Dr. McQueen,
in addition to thc care of a very large
congregation, lectures weekly to the
pupils of the Sumter Female Institue,
(Mrs. Brown's,) daring the sessions,
on History and other instructive topics.
He has recently delivered a lecture
before the Cheraw Lyceum, which is
highly spoken of, but which was not his
first effort there. On a former occasion
he was preceded in the lecture course
by Bishop Lynch, of Charleston, and
Bishop Gregg, of Texas, who, together
with himself, ail originally hailed from
Cheraw-a learned and gifted trio, to
whom that place can point with compla
ceucy, as illustrations of its native talent.
The inevitable excrescences which
mar the comeliness of the body politic
everywhere in this State are visible io
Sumter. The negro militia, which- has
been disarmed at some other ponts, is
here more rampant than ever before,
and is not only armed with gun? acd
ammunition, but with what is to many
a much more offensive weapon, a big
drum, which ?sallowed but little repose.
A black brass band sometimes attends
the muster, and plays very oftea wbeD
there is no muster; and iu fact they
play so oft and so loud thc few tunes
they have learned that if the emite
population of the town has not learned
them as well, it is certainly not the
fault of thc band. Many a weary citi?
zen has had cause to exclaim of nights,
'.Music has charms to drive al) sleep
away," while the baud keeps up the
endless refrain of "Shoo fly 1 don't bodder
roe." There are also United States
infantry and cavalry stationed here,
and some of the cavalry have imd dif?
cullies with the colored population, in
which the latter have been roughly !
handled : but alter the law was invoked |
and there seemed to be no further !
trouble between them, the cavalry are i
to leave to-morrow for Atlanta, to ?
appease, by their removal, tho black
Nemesis. Whatever ills we have, the
people are bearing patiently, aud the
recent triumph of Conservatism in
Charleston induces thc hope that, by
>imilar tt?orts, the rest of thc State may
bc, in time, delivered from the rotten j
mushroom political organism, which has ]
Lr nuht blight and mildew upou this
once fair commonwealth.
In t!ie domestic establishments at the
Sooth the changes which late years
have effected, in all our economy, arc
very apparent. Kitchens and yards, are
no longer crowded with oftentimes use?
less servants, aud housekeeping ar
rangements arc on a basis now of
economy, cleanliness and comfort, which
would charm even a tidy aod thrifty New
langland wttrr /antila*, it ir .? st first
said that the refined nod accomplished
Southern matron or maiden uever could
maintain such independence of sable
attendants, but five years of facts have
proved the contrary, and, in many
things, they wait upon themselves with .
more satisfaction th;m they often felt of
y?re in being waited opon It is well
known that one skilled hand cando;
ni'ire and better work, with certain
labor-saving machinery, than was for?
merly done hy fifty i?r more operatives
without such mechanical appliances.
Steam and machinery, and the skill to
direct and control ilium, eau accomplish
wonders And so the many conveni
?.?ces which modern ingenuity has fur
??>hed to render light aud ea>y thc
duties ol the housekeeper iro very far
towards supcrceding the necessity for
servants Let kitchen, wash-room,
ironing-room, kc. be provided with
these, and thc ?abor in eacb of those
<!. j rtments Ls rendered comparatively
light. Cooking, for example, when
i-arried on over large, open fires is what
lew would like to uudertake ; but with
the right kind of stove, it is but a
simple process, with no annoyance from
hear, without fatigue, and with hands
and dress alike unsoiled. The Western
Ivnpire No 8 is an admirable Wove fur
a family. Numbers of these have
bron in use heve dr five or six
y?trs past, and have given great *tdh
fiction. For durability, elegance of
finish and complet ene.?* uf outfit, there
e.w> be no better. They ure furnished
at iuetoiy prioe.s by Muasell & Thump
so*?, No _'liv Water street, N'ew York,
who will give ali information desired
i.u application. The>e jrentlemen are
eminently reliable, aud all their work
iii stoves and stove furniture, of every
kirn) and size, i< manufactured at their
i m un use establishment, at Munhatten
ville, N. J., and subjected tu the
lii-L.va tfcsls before being offered to
A Ung and, in samo places, disastrous
KTI ?:< nf dry. weather has beau succeeded
by grateful showers, and tho orops,
?ii hong h io-some localities a failure, in
others atv reported fine. It is not
improbable that at least an average
yield of cotton and provisions will be
realized JU UL
Cowpe*** of the First Cl*? Staaaubjnt
Sailing from BALTIMORE every SATURDAY
AFTERNOON, at 4 o'eFbe*. Arriving at WIL?
MINGTON TUESDAt MORN?NG.
Sailing from WILMINGTON erary FR?DAY
AFTERNOON or SATURDAY MORNING.
THROUGH BILLS OF L?DD?01
Gireff lo* ?ir point's on the W. C. A A. It. Road,
Cberaw A Darlington R. R. and their eoaoee
Insurance by lif?s Lfii?. Ct.
Hates Guaranteed as low as by atty
All Losses promptly paidf.
A. D. CAZ AUX, Agt.
Wilmington, N. C.
ANDREWS A Co., Agent?,
73, Smith? Wharf.
55 mtles West of Charlotte, N. C.
The subscriber*, having associated themselves
in the management of these Springs, would an?
nounce to their friends ond the publio that tho
Heure will be opened on tb? 1st day af Jane for
the receptio? of visitors.
To those who have tested the virtues of these
extraordinary wa'ers it ??deemed oantcrssary to
sriy anything by way of commendation, bot to
others tbey conSdeotly anare satisfaction if tbey
will make trial of the bealing properties of toto j
water for only a short time.
We pledgo ourselves to spare neither pains
nor expense io order to render all who may
favor ns with a call as comfortable as possible.
In prospect of an abundance of supplies we have
adopted the following scale of
If over IO days at - - $1.50 per day
I foot over IO day?, - - 1-7* **
Single day, - 2.50
Children between the ages of 2 and S years,
and colored servants, at half rates.
Washing on reasonable terms.
It is expected that tho Western Division of |
tho Wit, Char. A Ruth. Railroad wilt be coia
ploted to within a mile or two of the Springs st
an early day.
J. J. BLACKWOOD.
R. M. OATES.
May 2*. 1 ?71 -2a. '_
TEE CAROLINA WHITE SULFHFR,
CATAWBA COUNTY, N. C.
This highly popular watering pince will be
open for visitors on WEDNESDAY, June 13th.
The Mineral Waters uf these Springs are, the
White and Blue Suipbur, aad Cbalyebeate, tbe
medicinal properties of wbicb aro not excelled,
and a beakbier and more delightful watering
place not to be found;
Tbe Springs will be under th? management of
JA?. M. BLJJK, forraeriy of Yarborough House,
Raleigh. N- C., an experienced hotel keeper,
together with Mr? Waas*, and visitors may
rely upon good fare nnd good attention.
l'lenty of Ice, good Band of Muaie and1 good
Physician in attendance. Ac.
I<e.ivo baltimore or Washington City in tbe
morning via Acquia Creek, Richmond and Dan?
ville R. R.: to Salisbury, where you take th?
Western and Morganton Road, and reaeb H'rri:
ory Station (the Springs Depot) by balf-past
nino o'cl< ck the next morning.
L.'ar? Augusta, Ga., at night, and take tb?
Charlotte and Statesvill? Road at Charlotte you
reaeb tbe Springs ?arly the next morning.
Charleston io tho morning, and be at the Spriags
the next morning.
A good four horse Omnibus will ruo in ran?
neetion with th? trains to th? Springs over a
beautiful road only six mile*.
Per month, (or foor weeks,). f 40.00
i'er week,.?.w. 15 00
Per Day.... 2.50
Children and oolored servants half pake. No
cbargo far infants andar 2 year* of aga.
J. 6CLDCN WYATT.
June 2? I?
Sebetfirie Western Division
Wilmington, Charlotte and Hst te re?
Omi'? or AoiUfTor Wz??KB* DIVIXIOS,
WlLHIMCTOS. CaARLoTTR A>D RCTH'K R. R ,
Lin?.'ntOD, N. Jone SS, IS?I.
LEAVE Charlotta S.30 A. M., Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturday?, arriving at
Cherryville 12 45 P. M., con nesting ito good
Harks fur Cleveland Mineral Spriags.
Return to Charlo?? * P. M. sam? days.
V. Q. JOHNSON,
July 5-4t Assistant Sop't
Central Bail Boad Co*
CHARLESTON, 8. C., July 15, IS71.
TUB ELEVENTH INSTALMENT OF TEN
DOLLARS PER SHARE, ?411 be payable
>n 15th August proximo*.
[o Charleston-at the Ofie* af tb? Company,
Bo. ll Bruad strewt.
tn Surat- -To Ma>>r JOSEPH JOHNSON.
In, ei?av..aon-To Dr. G. ALLEN HUGGINS.
?TM. BX PHtOW-HEA'rf, Treasurer.
Oenry Bischoff & Co.,
AND DEALERS IN
?VINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS
la? EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
?.*>& H . 6m
THIS new and Elegantly Faralshad asstakv
i?htn*o?. situated io tba ovalness midst of Sooth
frsulku's Capitol, aff-rd^ lb? bast Md most
Peasant accommodations ra th? ??ty.
WM. G0R&A3? ?roplator,
r. D. BtnifS, Culbin.
May 10 If.
JR* R> R?*
! Eadway's Beady Belief
CURES TBS WORST PAINS
! tn from On? to Twenty H??ate*
flWvT 4)NB HOUB
after reeding thin ed vertisemeu t a eec! anyone
SUFFER WITH PAIN.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF IS A CURE FOR
. EVERY FAIN.
It waa the abai afid ht
T?E ONLY PAlb R?M?DY
that instantly ?topa tbe most eteruemting pains,
allaya Incarnations, ano*" corea Congestons,
whether of tb? Langa, Stomach, Bowel?, or other
gland* or orgttna, by ene application.
IN Fl.OMiTNETO TWENTY MINUTES,
ir* matter bow violent or excruciating the pain
the RHEUMATIC, Bed ridden, infirm, Crippled.
.Nerroo*, Neuralgie, or pro?trated with diaeaao
may ?ofter, _
Th? application of the READY RELIEF tc
tbe part or paru where the pain or difficulty
eilst? will alford ease and comfort.
Twenty drops in haifa tumbler of water will
in a few moments core CRAMPS, SPASMS,
SOUR STOMACH, HEARTBURN, SICK
HEADACHE, DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY,
COLIC, WIND IN TUE BOWELS, end ail IN?
i Travelers should always carry a bottle of
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF with them. A
few drop? io water will prevent sickness or pains
from change of water. It is better" than French
Brandy or Bitter? as a stimulant.
FETER AND AGUE.
PBtfER, Airly AGUE coyed for fifty cent?.
There is not a rem?diai agent' in th's world that j
will care Fever and Ague, and all other Malari?
ous, Billioov, Scarlet, Typhoid. Yellow, and other
Fevers (aided by RAD WA Y'S PILLS) so quick
as RADWAY'S READY REMEP. Fifty cents
HEALTH ! BEAUT? ! !
Strong and Pore Rich Blood-Increase of Flesh
and weight-Clear skin and beautiful Com- j
plezion secured to ail.
.las made the moat astonishing cores ; so quick
so Rapid are the Changes the Body Undergoes,
under the influence of thia truly wonderful
Every Day an Increase in Flesh J
and Weight is Seen and Felt.
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
Every drop of the PA RS A PA RILLIAN RE-1
SOLVENT communicates through th? Blood, \
Sweat, Urine, and other fluid? and juices of the
system the vigor of life, for it repairs the wastes
of the body with new and sound material.
Scrofula, Syphilis, Consumption, Glandular I
disease. UJeer? in the throat, Mouth, Tumers, |
Nodes tn the Glands and other parts of the sys?
tem, Sore Eyes, Strumorous discharges from tho j
Ear?, and -tb? wont forms of Skin diseases,
Eruptions, Fever Sores, Scald Head, Ricg Worm
Salt Rheum, Erysipelas. Acne, Black Spots,
Worms in the Flesh, Tumors, Cancers in the
Womb, and all weakening and painful discbarges,
Night Sweats, Loas of Sperm and all wastes of I
the lil? principle, are within the curative range
of this wonder of Modern Chemistry, and a few i
day? ase will prove to any person using it for
either of these forms of disease its potent power j
to care them.
Not only docs thc S ARR A PA RILLI AX RESOL- 1
VERT excel all known remedial agents in the
eure of Chronic, Scrofulous, Constitutional, and
Skin diseases ; bot it is tb? only poaitire cure
Kidney * Bladder Complainte,,
Urinary, and Womb diseases, Gravel, Diabetes,
Dropsy; Stoppage of Water, Incontinence of j
Urine, Bright's Disease, Albuminuria, and in all
eases where there are brick bust deposits, or the j
water is thick, cloady, mixed with substances
like tho whito of an egg, or threads like white j
silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious appear?
ance, and white bone-dust deposits, and when
there ia a pricking, bu rn rag sensation when
passing water, and pain in tho small of tho Back
and along the Loins.
Tamor of 12 Years* Growth Cared by
Red wa y's R?solvent,
PERFECT PUR6ATIVE PILLS
perfectly tasteless, elegantly eoated with sweet
gmo, puvg?r regoi.ite, purify, cleanse, and
strengthen. Radway's Pills, for the cure of adi
disorder* of the Stomach. Liver, Bowels, Kidney's
Bladder, Nervous Diseases, Head ac e. Consti?
pation, Costiveness, Indigestion, Dyspepsia,
Btltoesaess, Bilious Fever, Iuftamation of the
Bowel?, Piles, and all arrangements of tho In?
ternal Viscera. Wan anted lo effect a positive j
eure. Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury,
minerals, or delete rion? dru;*.
A few doses of RADWAY'S PJLLS will free
the system from all the above named di?orders.
Price, 25 cents per Box. SODD BY DRUG?
READ "FALSE AND TRUE." Rend one
letter ?tamp to RADWAY A CO., No. 87 Maiden
Laue, New York. Information worth thousands
will be sent you. /
Guaranteed to excel all other? io ?hap? and
m tterial. .Be sure to ask for
THE JACOBI AXE,
AND ACCEPT If O OTHBK.
Every Axe Warranted !
For ?ale at NATH'L JACOBI'S
Hardware Depot, Ne. ? Market St.,
Wilmington N. C.
And Pee fear Tfcronghoat thc ?tate.
ACouplets assortment of Plows, now in
stock, and for sale low at
No. tl Market SL
Alarge and well assorted stork of Spades, '
S ?ore!?, Purk?, Hoes, nud all Agricultural
To&Jo, ned a tall supply af the must approved
styleso:.*Mechanics' touts, Hoiuc aud General
Hardware, Paints, will, Glass. Ac, fur sal? at
_ Hardware Depot. No. ? Market St._
Saddles, Harness, Whips, Sol? Leather, Har.
ness Leather. Ac. Eur ?ale at
Hardware Depot, 9 Market St.
GrUNS. PISTOLS. POWDER, SHOT,. POW
i der Flask?, Game Big*, Shot Belts, Cart
ridges, Ac, a completa assortment.
For sal? at NATH'L JACOBI'S
Hardware Depot, No. 9 Market St.
CU ROM OS,
; ' 591 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Invita th? attention of the Trade IA their ?xten?
sive assortment of th? above good?, of their own
publicatioa, manufacture and importation.
paCaTft LANTERN SLIDES,
NEW VIEWS ?VP TOESMna
lt A li. T. ANTHONY A CO.,
&9J Broadway, New York?
OppetUe Metropolitan Hotel.
Impertan and Manafaelafee of
PIS 0 T 0 GR A P niC MATERIA!
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
SCk&RXL. PER DAY, $8.00.
aw. ?A***???, aaa. % u aproaunst*,
Ague and Fever.
The only preventive known for Chill? and Fever
ie the uso of Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
I? good for Dyspepsia.
Wolfe s Schiedam Schnapps.
Is a preventive of Chills and Fever.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.,
Is good for all Kidney and bladder complaints.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps,
Ia used all over the world by physicians in their
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Is good for Gout
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Ia good for all Urinary complainte.
Wolfe's Schiedam Scenapps.
Ia recommended by all the Medical Faculty.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Ia good f . Colio and paia in. the Stomach. -
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Ia imitated and counterfeited, and purchasers
will bare to use caution in purchasing.
I beg leave to call the attention of the reader
to testimonials in furor of the Schnapps:
I feel bound to soy that I regar dyoar Schnapps
as being in every respect 'pre-eminently
pure ?nd deserviug ot medical patronage. At
all events it is thu purest possible article of Hol?
land Oin, heretofore unobtainable, and as uoh
may be **le>y prescribed by physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, M. D., Pharmaceutical Chem?
Lorisvir.LB. KT., Sept 1.-I fell that we have
now an article of Gin, suitable for such eases'as* |
that remedy rs adapted to.
DR. J. W. BRIGHT.
"Schnapps," is n remeJy in chronic catarrhal
complaints, etc.: . .
I luke great pleasure in bearing highly credita?
ble testimony to its efficacy as a remedial agent
tn the disposes fur which yon recommend it.
Having a natnrnl tendency to the mucous sur?
faces, willi a s'ight degree of stimulation, I regard
it SM) one of thc most important remedies ia
chronic catarrhal affections, particularly those
of the genitourinary apparatas. With much
respect, your obedient servant,
CHAS. A. LEAS, M. D., New-York.
2G Pisa STREET. NEW-YOB*;, NOV. 27,1867.
UDOLFDO WOLFE, KSQ., Pretest: DEAR SIR : I
have made a chemical examination of a sample
of your "Schiedam Schnapps," with the intent of j
determining if any foreign or injurions substance
had been added to thc simple distilled spirits.
The examination bas resulted in the conclusion
that the Rumple contained no poisonous or harmfai
admixture. I have been unable to discover ar. y
trace of the deleterious substances wbieh are
sometimes employed in the adulteration of Liquors
I would not hesitate to use myself, nor to reom
mend to others, for medicinal purp ses, the
'.Schiedam Schnapps" asan excellent and un?
objectionable variety of gin. Very respectfully
(Signed) CHAS. A. SEELY, Chemist.
C?EMICAL Ann TvcugicAL LABORATORY, IS
EXCHANGE PLACE, NEW-YORK, NOV. 25, 1867.
UDOLFHO WOLFE, EHQ., DEAR Sm : The under?
signed have carefully and thoroughly analyzed a
sample of your "Aromatie Schiedam Schnapps,"
selected by ourselves, and have found the same
free from all organic or inorganic substances, more
or less injurious to health. From (bo result of our
cxnmfnation we consider thu article one of superior
quality, healthfil as a beverage, and effectual in
its medicinal qualities.
(Signed) ALEX. TRIPPEL. Chemist.
FRANCIS E. ENGELHARD, M. D.
For salo by all respectable Grocers and Druggists.
UDOLPHO WOLFE'S EST.,
22 BEATKR-ST, N. *?.
' ^p?*?*? A? DAI A, Editor.
3fe StA? Wtt%?>t*>
? HtiwjrajNf ed the Presea* Tisana?,.,
< Iateoded Sar People Kaw ea Earle*
IMtadSag yarra**, Meeaeaiex, Merchants, Pro?
?sesione] Men, Workers, Tains?*, aad all Man?
ee- of Hoaeet ToCa. and toa Wrraa, Sosa, aaa
Pengtitars of all saca.
OKLY OES WILLAM A YEA? I
OK? H TJUDU. KD COPIES WOW SM?
Or Sass tkea One Cent ?Copy, tel taara TM a
SM Ctab at every Peal Oflsta
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of tbs teas) Mae ead general chat-der aa
THE WXEXXr. bat eitn a greeter variety af
mjsfsTisnooua iiaipnt. and fevnsttag Caa neva
eeMeanearlhstawKh iiaaiei ftiaaasej, seaaaee
MoaasajawMeawealLtneteea af OOM M?.
THE DAILY SDN, Sf A YXAS?
TERMS TO CLUBS.
TB? DOLLA? WSKSLT MITE.
Tea eoriovene yeer, eegarataiy i lareaaaa (and
ac extra copy to tua teeter Wpjjk^ Dealers?
Twenty copi?e, aaa rear, copers terr addressed
(sod aa extra copy io tac <?tt*rnp ceweroo).
wife* aeetes. oas Tear, nraretstv redressed faed
tne SemJWeefctyoswyearto?niter *?Oig?*>.
THE BKKI-WZZKXY SUE.
Prve ocotes, CM year, i
Ten cooles, one veer,
BEEB YOU? HOEEg ?
p Peet Office orton, caecta. cr tUu'se ea Bea
May 17 Se
1871. wm& lffl.
Complete sets from ti te $29 per set.
AU the different kinds at red aced prices,
Of every description. ' sj*
Por ladies aad gentlemen.
FOREIGN FANCY GOODS.
GUNS AND PISTOLS OF Alst?
KINDS AND PRICES.
S FORTH EN'S GOODS,
Goods shipped to any part of the ?caatry MS
express. 1 The sane earefal attention given io
ordere by awn a? te personal peiehaeea* ?Frfiftej
farrar goods beseTon geld at par. "?
PCttJLTNEY, TRIMBLE & CO.,
200.W. Baltimore Street,
March 22- BALTIMORE, MP.
IT IS WELL KNOWN TO DOCTORS AND
to Ladies, that Women are subject to banar*
ona disease* peculiar to their aex, Buehasaeppres
sion of the Menses, Whites, PainfaJl Mocthij
"Periods" Rheumatism of the Back and Womb,
Irrcgeiar Menstrnation, Hemorrhage, or Exc?s
aire "Plea/ and Prolapsus Uteri or Falling of
Thean diseases bar? seldom been treated ene*
cessfuily. The profession has sought diligent?
ly for some remedy that would enable them to
treat these diseases wftfa success. >
At last, that remedy has been discoycrcd by
one of the most skillful phvsfojatis ri Via state
of Georgia. Thatrejnody it tV* ' ^
BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGU?ATOR.
It ia purely vegetable, and is pnt np in Atlanta
Georgia, by BRADFIELD A CO.
It will purify the blood arid ctreugtben the
ayatem, relieve irritation of the kidneys, and la a
perfect specific for all the above diaeaaea; sa
certain a cure as Quinine ia ia Chilla and
For a history of diseases, and certificate? of
ita wonderful cures, the reader is referred te th?
wrapper around the bottle. Every b ?ttl? warant
ed to give satisfaction or money refunded.
LAGRANGE, GA., March 23,1870.
Bradfield A Co., Atlanta, tia. Dear Sirs.-I
take, pleasure in stating that I bare nsed for tba
huit twenty years, tb? medicine? you ire - patting
up", known ?rs DR. J. BR^ DFIELD'S FEMALE
REGULATOR, ?fld consider ii lae best combi?
nation erer gotten together for the diaeaaea for
which it is recommended. I have been familiar
with the prescription beth as a practitioner of
medicine and in domestic practice, and can
honestly say that ! consider Ha boon to suffering
females, and cnn but bone that every lady in oar
whole land, who may be suffering in any way
. peculiar to their sex, may be abfe'to procure a
bottle, that their ru Serin g.? may net onty be re?
lieved, but that they may be restored to health
With my hindert regards, lom. respectfully,
I r 0 W. B. FERREL, M. D.
We, thc undersigned Druggists, take pleasure
in commending to tbe trade Dr. J. Bradfield'*
? Female Regul?rer-believing it to be a good and
reliable remedy for the disease for which he
roen m mends it.
W. A. LAKSDELL, Atlanta, Ga.
' PEMBERTON, WILSON. TAYLOR A CO.
REDWINE A FOX. Atlanta, Georgia.
W. C. LAWS1IE, Atlanta, Georgia,
W. ROOT A SON, Marriott?, Georgia.
Celebrated Liver Medicine.
It ie purely vegetable, anu will act upon th?
Liver and Kidneys as promptly as Calomel and
: Bacho' witbout'any danger ci salivation ec des?
truction of tbe boues.
Parties taking thia' medicina need not fear
getting wet, or any other; reasonable exposure.
Symptoms of Liver Disease :
Headache, Dull Feeling or th? Blues, Sour
Stomach. Sick or Nortons Headache, Heartburn,
Indigestion or Dyspepsia, Bad or Bitter Taste in
the Mouth, the skin bas a thick, rough feeling
and is darker than moa). Costiveness, Melan?
choly Feelings, Cramps, Cold Feat, Colic, Dysen?
tery orDiarrhoea, Chill? and Fe vor, and Piles.
In fact, where the Liver br oat of order, you are
liable to every direst* tbat is not contagious.
Prophet's Liver Medicine, if taken properly,
' will prevent and euro any disease, resulting from
* I?w^regala&e its fonctions and thia car? all
diaeaaea caused.by the failure ef ita healthy
} It baa been ased for a great number of years,
?ad bas given universal satisfaction.
There Ts no brother or son eU raving ta have
the original recipe. It ia pe? up ia both Powder
aud Fluid form. - j
FAIRBURN, G-A.. Sept. 4. 1868.
Dr. O. S. PaoratTT : Sir :-My wife bas be??.'
aa invalid for Si teen years. Doctora all agreed
she bad "Liver Disease." In connection with
their prac tic she andr arion? and no ted remedias,
none of which seemed to do any good. Sometime
ago I procured a bot'le of your "Liver Medicin?,"
of your agent ber?, C. A. Harvey, which being
: given according to directions, has effected a
Respectfully, Ac -
GEO- L. THOMPSON.
CHARLOTTE, N. C., Sept ?4, 186*.
I bave used Dr. 0. S. Propbitie Liver Medicine
as a tonic, ?nd found it to be powerful and ef?
ficacious. It is excellent for functional derange?
ment of the Liver or constipation of th? bowel?;
in most case? raperseding tbe necessity of a regu?
lar course of medicine.
E. J. MEENARDIE. A. M.
Paster Tryon St. Church.
- ? ' J i
DR. PROPniTTS DYSENTERY CORDIAL
Is one of the moat valuable compounds now put
up for Diarrboa, Dysentery, ChvWa Infantum or
This medicin? baa been fa ase fer yean, and
gives universal satisfaction.
The most delicate child may tah? lt with Im?
COVINGTON, G. A., Nov. 9,1867.
DR. PaorHiTr:-Having a very ?ever? attack
of Dysentery during th? part summer, J was
induced to nae your Dysentery Cordial, ead
derived therefrom immediate and perms nant
relief. Tt gires me plearnre to recommend this
remedy to all who maj be ?o attacked, believing
that, should the diroctloBS be folio?ed, reliai
would surely bk obtained.
Truly, dt., 0*8.PORTER.
CT? SS ETA, TEXAS, 1869.
Dn. Paorarrr ; Dear Slr,-YW Liver Medi?
cine and Pain Kill It lc a complete Seeeees.
J. L. WHITTLE.
WEST POINT. ?A, Aug. ll, 186?.
This is ta certify that I have ?sad Dr. 0. 8.
Prophet's Liver Medicine myself ead ia my
family, for twelve meath? er mece, aad I OB.
hesitatingly ?ny that I believe it ene ef tie beat
Family Medicines ia ase.
sf. T. WALKER.
PROPHITTS PAIN KILL IT.
This 14the celebrated medicine that ron Perry
Darb' Pair. Killer ?ut of thf market**hemer it
WM ?C4a ? vi? meale PrepfettMinge tl? ?amo
from Pat? TirfcVTAlS KILL ft.
For Rheumatism, Neuralgia, or pala of any
kind ?tba? no equal.
For Cata, Bruises, Born?, or old Sores, lt ls the
best thing yon can ?se as a dressing.
Fer SNAKE BITES br OTIS88ef POISON?
OUS IN SECTS, it is a perfect ANTIDOTE.
It is good for Celte, Colds, Coughs, Bowel
Complaint. Ita name indicate* it? ?atare fB?y.
It ia truly DEATH te pata.
ManatacUsred and ??ld by BRADFIELD A
CO., Atlanta, Ge. and Ker sale tay ail Druggists.
DOOLY COUNT?,' GA,, April; 1867.
This is to eertify , that I was confined to the
house and most of the lime to my bed, ?ad sci*,
faring tb? . greatest agony imaginable .arith
Rae? au tim?, far ive moo tbs, and ?fier trying
every available remedy, with ao roJtef, I was
cured with twa bettles of Dr. 0. S. Prephitt'i
Anodyne Pain Kill It; each costing g/ty ?eats
only, ft relieved ?a? ads^ instantly. I there
fere recommend it ia tb? highest degree te others
suffering from similar disease, leam any that ii
ison? of the Inset family medicines ?eut oat,
certain. Toora truly,
W. A. FOREHAND.
j s DOiUT.C?IJSfJpa^Jkt^lUS.
Da. 0.8. Paoranrr: I kev?, daring tbs lost
e-gbtcoM aswotbs, wmkjmr P?i?kjillt, aad 1
consider it uneeaaled by anything fee pain la
tb? bead, breast, back er sid?? aad far calis
acth iog give? relief half ao cowa: as yeer ABO
STATE OY 6E0?GIA, 1 Know ia aw ls
FVLTOB Coujrrr. y these pr?sents, That I
have tb Li day, for value received, soU ea? iraxs- .
farrod-to LRADFIBLD A CO, tba sal? fight to |
maarfaetorc ac*} sell my Family Medkmcs^and
bar? furnished them ?kb Liu isil r*e*i pee, asi
kare autWiawd the sal* BBADFOLDTCO. to
Crawford. Salary JfkWg^ Pal* ""rsl f
Meajriaciured oed for sol? ?ry BRADFIELD*
C .., Braad-streei . AUaaU, Georgia, e*d fer taje,
by all Druggists. s
i. HtMMaaJimMm. a. & UeOm?xa * Cv,. DiMT-? *
na*. Apmm, tm Wm****, CU. mi at Caa***** aw*, w. T
MILLIONS Bear Tretisaony ta tiwi*
? Wenderf?? Catat?ra Meeta. ?
theran ?ta -Oe Fancy Drink, atad* of Peer
Raaa, Wklekey, Proof Spirit* and Befase
' tsssnjasjtf3!^^ -?ah?nsat*s/s*n?
*k*sl*td m? Huilai ?mu ii.kaaassnaad fiiffi 1ml me
atza* lto?idn?.m?de tram BTOive Boote and Hart?
cfC*llfa*la,fi*e from all Aleefcatlri St??a
' lauta. They are th* GERAT BLOOD PU?I
FIER and A UFE GIVING PRINCIPLE,
a perfect Senoratcr and Iavigarator of toe Systetn,
'. tanytagcSaBpctaoeoru matter and xnraml^
io a healthy condition. Ho parson caataAatneaalfrt
tara seccedtag to dixecttems and remain long tmwsg.
?seated tbetr hones are not ceatroyed by mtnstal
poison or caber means, and the vital organs wasted
Beyond the point of repair.
Aeyaxe a Goethe Panretiv* aa well a* a,
sassies of tba liver, and ?a tboVkeoi al Passas
FOB FXatA?i? ?NT??PLAJ?rt-5, ta yon*? er
t*Uniarrl*d or single, a* th* itawa of womanhood erat
tba tom of life, these Tonic Bitters nara no equal.
Fer Inflammatory and Chreiri* SArama*
tiara and Goat, Dyspepsia er laceados*
Billawa, Remittent mai ?atersaltteat Fe
vera, Dlaeaaee of th? Blood, Liver, Kid?
ney* swd Bladder, these Bitters have been most
stuceeafnL Beek Dlaeaaee Sra eaaaod by Vitiated
Bteaad, which la ganeraDy prodaeedby (leann meat
et the Digestive Oranna.
- DNSFEFM-h. rf Bk INDIGESTION, Bosd
*e?*,y-stafai taefrienkkii, Tanaka, Ttoataii of tte
Ohsa!. Tsailiaas, Soar tractation* of the etonamh*
Bad lastete the Mouth. BOtea* anaclu. Palpation et
toe Beart, Tata mrtawwef the lana? Pata in tb* ra?
gas* of the sydneys, ?ad a toadied otk?p*teJBlsyma
toma, ara the ofisprings of Byscepstv
They hebra?sta tee WI ania sh aaatiltaiififi tba tepid
Liver and Bowek, which leader them of naesaaQed
et?cacy ia elaaaaingtha fckxxl of til tapur?t?**, tad na?,
saattai aw#Iakaadviteetoihe anstisjstam
VOE SB TN D?8EA8Eft aVepOoas, fetter, hair
, Blotch**, opotaPlmy?ae. Paatulea, Bo?*. Ca?
tra? br the ase ot these Bitters. One boto* ta secn
eseas will convince the most taae?uioa* of thetr earn
Oleanae the Vittatei eueed whenever yea find tts im
earitlw banting through tba akte ta Pimplas, swap*
?tans er Sores; classes lt when yon find it obstructed
aaflateggiah ta the velas : elana** ?enan IV tassel,
end yeer realises will t?a yon when. Beep tte Bead
per*, and tho health of the system will follow.
Pla, Tape, and ether Worm*, larking ta the
system of so many thousands, an .fkctnsOy destroyed
assy teat weseaa asst, bet DMO fha dtaetacd heston
SyPQ aUmy_d?ycelt* that twaofthea. living monstera of
aawas*. No system of lt*distaa> no vertau?gae, no
amj^mta?ea wa free th* system tem worms Uk*
3. WALEZZ, rvoyvietor. B.B. MCDONALD et COL,
%Wt&m9 BT; A& ?3X?&Stt& AND fiEAUBS.
Hay 10 ly
Ayer's Cattiart?c Villa,
f ?Aw^ latJiib'Bu by every?
jXW body aa acataarticy
eaaaesaTsBPsaT?L nor waa ever any bo?
v^99??Ktf ftre so universally
n 1 ; i ? JH adopted Into nae, ba
? il* " JH every cesmtry and
?W\w?nK/ among alldaises, aa
Tte/ \J?F pwwatrvePttt. The
SM LBBSV obvioas reason ta,
^^^^-.BBBBBBfaWaa? hie and farmore et?
tectnal nuatdy^thearany ecker, iteee who hara
tried it, know the? it oarrod tkaaarttaamwaohara
peet of ita own uoewloa. We have tkoajsands uuuai'
bSoosands c^cartlilcaaee of theta rar^
of the foOowtaw exjmphrinte, bot sack earea are
kau wu lo every rrisjiborhood, and we need not
jmbifautfaera. Adapted to all a?e? ted cocdJticiu
by anybody. Petaangax^xxe^toai pi Werves thaatf
ever freah. and mata* diem pleasaaS to take, while
berna; pnre^Tegotabic, no harm can arise from
R into healthy action-remoro tho cb*^uctlosaf
of tte stciaacb, bc?weta, ltver, and o^ercexansce?
fte body, restoring ?x?r irregular artkm tobealtfc,
and b7 eorreciia?, wherevsr they ? xist, such de?
ymuestenta a* an the Erat ortaln of diaoaae.
a?nate directions are flvenuj the wrapper oa
the box, fbr the fbUowioaj cotapltjntat whaca fteeov
Pittangldirom:- ^ ^ Tinlunn
For l>y**ssawry or ZsetarrsaejBaa, bot one
atfld doooj* sja?eTSJrjtagk^
For BtsbewaaasaaaB, Clisuil? 'Ptnul, PnJ
saHMMeea eeT ttae> Ssoawv, Pesta tat eta*)
??aaee^te cato ta'la^
for sstappreaetaei a tasse doe* akceJd be
taken as it pro?acaa fl? ?eefred gflfcet by gym?
j>. *r. c. ATES* co..
ZOWMLL. MASS., V. 8. A.
Da. A- 1. CHINA, Agent at Sumter, S. C.
' ' iraiaJLttl.
1 HIS inraiaabl* FaaHy Medicine, for purify
?ar. elastastag, rymeviaf bad odors in all kadi
of siehaees; for berne, tom, woaads, stings;
for Brysipelas,rheeaMtiaa, and alicia diseaaea,
for eataab, sere moath, sore throat, diptbsria ;
for e*li?, dtaTThese, c*otara; as a weah tc soften
and a^lif^the ^kip : to rva.ov? Ink ipoU,
applied aVirajilj ; sa highly raoonmeedfd by
all who have ased lt-UTor sata hy ag 9jjgg?
and Coaa?y-M<wehaati, and maj? ee araeved
directly of th? .
BANjay FROPHYiUACTic ca,
eb t " '
Ml Watta* Street, H. T.
FEE JfULS HOUSE.
CllisVPleeton, & d
HATING heeat teeesrUy awd tberewgklj raw
evated asad sajitjil, to ' MW ?V* scott
v<t Ji .fJHl* tab i* :
^*awe?. b*ii?a?? tal *'>?
AWAITS YOU Af"
SUMTER, S. C?
"LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND ULOB-E."
Capital and Reserved,_$21,000.0u0,0?.
In te? ted ia the United State*. 3,100,000,00.
"ANDBS OF CINCINNATI, OHIO,"
Cash Capita] paid up..$1,000,CO?.00
Capital and Profits lut July 1S71... 1,500,000,00.
"NEW YORK LIFB."
Annaal Income. 6,00arn
"POLICY HOLDERS' LIFE AND TOXI*
of Charleston, & C.
Pres-dent, Wr. McBUBSl
A sound and reliable burne Company.
Rates for Fire and Life Insurance, as low as in any First Class Coan '
An?nst2_ j 1
GENERAL FIRE AND LIP
A n tlxoxry "VSTCxlte, Agent
CAPITAL REPRESENTED, - - - $35,000,6
PACIFIC FRE INSURANCE CO., of San Francisco, Ass. tts????.$20.000.0?.
GERMANIA FIRE INSURANCE CO., of New Yoik, Assails. 4,oui,00t
SECURITY FIRE INSURANCE CO., of New York, Assetts. 1,964,544
PHOENIX FIRE INSURANCE CO., of New York, Assetts. 1 S?'.5,0?A
RICHMOND BANKING AND INSURANCE CO., of Richmond, Ya., Assetts... 350.0ft
GEORGIA fiOME FIRE INSURANCE CO., of Colorabas, Georgia_475,0ft
PARTICIPATING POLICIES issued on Dwellings, seeming an Adnual reduction ontasi
ium cf about 25 per cent.
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, of Atlanta, Geo., Gen. J. B. GORDON Pr*
The oldest and largest Southern Life Company.
EQUATABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, of New York. In amount of New Basia?
Largest Life Company m tbe world.
SP?CIAL AG EST FOR
THE POLICY HOLDER'S LIFE AND TONTINE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THfso;
of Charleston, S. C.
These Companies in Strength, Reliability and Fair Dealing '
Second to none in the World.
THE ABOVE PRESS IS SO CONSTRUCT! I
AND OF SUCH IMMENSE POWER, THAT WITH A SINGLE LEVER ONE M? a
press a bala of Cotton weighing 580 lbs.? ora bone can be hitched te the opposite side sail
bale of the sama size IN ONE MINUTE'S TIME Pt
The Pris? waa exhibited at tb? Fairs throughout th? South last Pall, ?nd took tb? fru?a }_
whare. At Augusta, Ga., a Silver Pitcher worth $50 was awarded tbis Press. AV Ar br
at Charleston, last November, we took the Prenants nod sold th? Press on tbe spot to there
o? rh? Association for the full price. $185. o
We Guarantee this TUE BEST PRESS IN EXISTENCE at tb? PRESENT TIKI, ? 01
TAKE BACK ANY PRESS not as represented,-and REFUND TUE MONEY. Prise$!t ffl
Agents Wanted for ever^ Comity in the State. pi
W. P, RUSSEL & CO., P. O. Box 4o7, Cliarleston, a1 ?
WOFFORD COLLEG1 *
SPARTANBCBG C. H., So. CA. TFR
. ft thl
REt*. A. s*. 8H?PP, D. D., President and Professor M'en tal' and' Maral S* lar)
DAVJD DUNCAN,-A. M, Professor AnefentLangons and Literature. fc
H KV. WHrTBPOORD SMITH. D. D., Ph,fo?ot English Littratare. "P
WARREN DU PRE, A. M., Profesar Natural Science. Wei
JAS. H. CARLISLE. A. M., Probt** Mathematics. *
REV. A. H. LESTER. A. M., Professor History and Biblical EltenUrt. 4V
Tb? Preparatory School, under the immediate supcrvuion of tLc Faculty, JNO. W. St ^o,
Divinity School-Rar. A. M. SHIPP, D. D.i R?r. WHITEFORD SMITH, D. D.; * ?Pf
LESTER, A. M. ND
Tba First Session of tb? Eighteenth Collegiate Year begias on the first Mondays
1171. Tb?Second Session begias sn th? First Monday in January, 1379. Ul
Tb? ooaree of studies and the standard of scholarship re .Hai a anrbanged, bat (bs rat ?
admit irregular student! or those who wish to persa? particular stadias only.
Tb? Schools also open at tb? same tim?. fttt
TUITION per year, ia College Classes', including contingent fee, $01, io Ces *
TUITION par year, in Preparatory School, ineiKdtoytoatingeot fee, $44, ia CC
Bills payable one half itt advance. 1
Board-, per month, from $10 lo $TI5 its currency- rt?
For farther particulars address, . _u_
Jnly 12, 1872. < ^ ^ ^ \ A. >f. PHIPP. ^
S2O,000 TO BB DISlPRIBUTBS <*j
Bi THE COLUMBIA CO-OPERATIVE SDH) 3
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TOI renewing PROPERTY and CASH will be placel ia the Lands of the Trwtsss,** JJ*T
Sr, Maj. Meighaa>cd R. C. Shiver, in trait for the benefit of the.Ticket-hoUt? J cnarj
* ?si Unan* ta be anlivered to those who, on the day of the Raffle, may be entitled ? ? rajse
??? te the rea! estate bas been placed in tbe ba ads cf CoL F. W. McMasttr, Attornsjrn
?ill ?xainia? th? sance and give tra? warranty deeds, free tem nil enenaaeranes, ? ^ ^
^TsvTfrat prise is the Temperance Hal., now occupied on the first teer by Messrs. b*^ . ?
?nee. Tbi lot is 25 fact front on Main street, by Hi feet deep. The beia?ig ? MM
wo at /tot high. It is now leased for three years for $1,414 per en&am, payable ?nw* ?faL*
ranna, valnd at ","" r ,_.__ ......... ^
sanead Prara-l^nd^?tatog~Ras?'s H^UL ie f?e? fren t, 208 feet deep, rained at--" **J \
Air? Pviin-Lot ad>eet t to ahere, 25} feet front, 2*8 feet deep, rained nt-? thai]
(t?ash Pram, at $M each--.-.~.--"*"^'!3i
a>0tf T??leia,ai$l0eacb_^_._.-"fl * t?e
Tiaketa stay he bad of the Genera! Agent. Dr. E. VT. WHEELER, at Temperance B*-.
IV^ws^g^nlf^ hare eoaaentad to snnsrtoreasi the drawing>l C B. SsgbA a Ul
Dar and BnryS. SeetV ia toaantrHoa with a ?omaaitsee of thrsr ntieesed ba tb* ?^,^nfl
ito day ol flsavlhg. w ^ taft?B
As the t?ntete har? ?et with a rap? sa)?, it nany he an** pneenrned thai th? d???? bglZ
pince nf UM 3?dh nf ieJy. at the Tntnyernaen Hail, Co?anabtn, S. C.
At tho m am af tb? .?ekat-no?dtri ?S h?i?jjMm4 to a boeV .ht* thaB ^?***
^ni^?sI|U sinr ef towtay..parto saay feeannearnd thai ao more aban ?,W* *
Rassura?.-!^. Scott, Son A Co's Bank; CoL J. R. Palw. ?resi*^4tetse?3j ?S|
Sshnw?af Inaiana Beak; Soata Carolina Bank tad Trwt Company,?i W. B.??**^?