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ii Mai Bwrrtiii ?Mffig tegjHflsss^ajj if.
creasing d?rete Wis-w nomo?Wog gi *b?s
nan. Bemg,p*$ssess^Q|a collection of
dow went? , relative ta his biabar j ?ad
character, flwt,taad?'by Dr. lVe?. of
iWmany,translated by Rsv. ?. ?.
.S^son.' ?f England, ?tad republished
Cy George Bwb/PwfeMor of Hebrew
'^??3** Wi*'--**?? ?*
: tesots faom ?ose of thew, will do moro
raivythsng "We oould say. . Fifa?? however.
> . -St m?y-be well fco aay ?hat the amusing
(.^.y^J&toriplf* professing to
oMarnna aritk ?ranU- ta set pistes fer
decsased' ?frieods.: -etc,, have as much
fWEJhdtitlbn in troth as tho story of Swo
deoborg's in?aaity, which is M trna as
-tb? still older ?tory about tho . primitive
Citristisoj, l wau, at ?ss long believed,
need to1 begin thoir nightly wo rabi p by
.iniidgBod ealing ft child.
8>preoieaborgdied nt London. Marou.
29, 1772, sg^*ig^?QOX. Tho Royal
Academy o? Hcieuces, ol Sweden, . up
^i'nlelii One bf ita members, JA". Samuel
i}*ade*^,to.deli*er an enlogiuai ?pon 8w?
^nbors*/at Stockholm, October 7, lt72.
'?iO?ntIbmen," be begins, "permit me to
'entertain you this dny, upon s subject
that ita not of en abstracted or remote
nature, bot is intended to revive the
agreeable remembrance of a man celo
'Jbrntv^d lor bia virtues and bis knowledge,
*ooe ti? Abe? Oldest members of ibis A ca
^iUssywd ov? whom we all knew and
l?-vrvd-. *' Thevseptiolents of esteom and
friendship with xyhioh we all regarded
JuU hVW?. Emanad Swedenborg, assort
.satfotskwpleasure with whi?li yon will
Huton To3?* while be ia the' subject o
my diHcouree; happy should I be coule
JL ajps wer ?roer expectations, and draw hil
leqlosriam in tb? manner it deserves! Bu
if there Arosdrnecontittennnces pi wbicb
ns the palbt?r'a w^ure os, it ia extremely
dafflgult to gi vet, on exact likeness, hat
difficult then mast it be to delineate tho
of a vast and sublime genius, who neve
T?mS?ff*M impose orMMgoe; who, ocou
?pisa with theecienoes the most profound
was long-engaged with researches int
the secrete of nature, and who, in bi
.h\tteryears. applied' all bis efforts to un
-veA th* gr??tes*, arya^^ to ar
rire AS certain ~far?Ach??s 'of knowledge
?pened for himself a way of his own
watWuisavbt sttnytngvpm sound moral
. ?r,trt?,,pi?ty:,'^-P. 2S&
repoarse to dissimulation. -I*. 35. *
..He was tba sincere friend of mankind
*He ?ll1 cheerful and agr?esbl? In eocietv
+ >S ?pflbtiofo^i?iS^wa
?pr?ghft. sod jost, ne4?sstt#<S*smss^u
hin own advancement. ***&sff? *]?ve
andei1 the reigns oTmstiy of our sov?
Telgnij'and enjoyed ibo particular fave
and kindness of them all. ? * Heer
joyed most, excellent heul th, bavin
scarcely over experienced *he slighter
ludiupooition. Content within hloise
nod wi th bis Situation, his hie was. i
sdi respects,-ono of the happiest tin
e-rer fell to the lot of man."-P. 85-3<
; 3Mj*a*~ fof I g$st many years at tb
head p? ;th'e liiiuesbf Sweden,
is Count Andrew John Von Hook ec, wh
?wa?'fo*;si*teefc years Prime Minister <
8w?aet4,V thua writes to a Danish G.
MU ?>ii?ftihdfi itfttuAtl have not only know
Tusa (Swedenborg) these two-and-forf
.years, but also, somo time since, daii
^fltta'nt^nwi^mpany * * * Ic
not reooUeot to have known any man i
cooee uniformly virtuous character thc
fwedenbprg. * ? He was, witboi
onbt, tho moat learned man in n
country. *, ( J*, He ws? well acquaint?
.wish???brew and Greek; an able ai
jn^f^mOh?tbetoaViciaD ; a happy m
cttanl^ft?O. J, ?... JO! Swedenborg
Tanetftj?f Uootr?no, I can judge: tb
sire-'excellent, irrefutable and the be
-4?S* !were ever taught, promoting tl
^p?e?t social life. ? * * Second!
It oaoses tko least fear of death. *
.Nay, upon his principles, I look opt
death aa being of hardly any greater m
me? t than drinking a glass of water. "
- a Qen. Christian Tuxeu, of Denmsi
-writes, May 4.' 1790:
* * * j?'P.ojr roy part, I thank ?
X?or*L tho God of Heaven, that I ha
been acquainted with this great man a
his'writings. \I esteem this as the gre
est}b!?<uiiog' I ever experienced in i
Professor Oorres. (Roman Gatholi
of, Germany, says: "Amongst the sif
of'the present time, must, without don
be numbered the new edition of Swed?
borg's works and tko movement whick
certain plac?s ls caused by the doctrii
b^ftn^tps^P. 191. "Swedenborg i
not a mah to be carried away bj an. I
bridled isaagtaatioapetiU less did he o
manifest; dating bia whole life, 1
shah'^.symptom of mental aberratio!
'. Mf'J^?^^tr**' ?tector ?i SV
w'iok. England, (Episcopal,) who ko
hiao personally, thus writes: "The gr
Bwfeu?iHiorjk wan a man of nncomnc
ba'Aa?t^.. Mo was of a catholio api
aade loved all good man of ev
1 .'?'lww^wbrd's sbcnat 'bis scjentjfle
a^remnnia: Sir William Hsrsohell is
nersily supposed to have first suggest
what ofctsonomsrs now generally sdi
1. TxsWoorwntt^?i* solar system are
?is* ventent of our sun towards tho *
nr^uL&t vymsr*; lorsslSPJai
the translation ol Swedenborg's wc
from th4'?s^.s*V ss?iif H^laa b
tonnd that mi eixtrabrdlnsry matt t
problem w?ioh out,highest asUonoafty
hfc tuN Ven4t?r?d tt>?pe?al4t? about.
Tfom Hie1 nifn*ra? kingdon* ?od aullar
and in 17*4published lu^Eekuuca Ani?
male, of which tb? London forceps, tbt
November, 1644, thuo speaks :
"This is the moat : remarkable theory
of tho human body that hos ever fallen
into eur hands; and by Emanuel Swe
j donborg, tool a man whom we bad' al
1 ware been taught to regard aB either a
I fool or a madman or an i m poet er. *. *
1 What baa tho.world been, doing for tho
i past century to let this great system
slumber on the abell? * * It is clear
that it yet knows nothing of ita greatest
meo. j ' *.'. * '"the book is a perfect
! mine of principles, far exceeding in in?
tellectual wealth end surpassing in ele
! ration the finest effort* of Lord Bu con's
genius."-P. ?204. * * ? "We opened
this book with surprise-we close, it with
o deep-laid wonder."--P. 205.
" Of the same work. Sir J. JV Q. Wil?
kinson, Fellow of the Boyal College of
Surgeons, Loudon, writes:
"Ho (Swedenborg) was a man of un?
common humbleness, aDa* never once
looked Lack to gr^Ufy ;self-complacency
upon past achievements, but traveled
onwards and still onwards, 'without fa?
tigue and wi t!i o nt repo'ac.' to a home in
thefruitiou of the infinite and eternal.
Suoh was the competitor who now enter?
ed the arena of What had, until this time,
been exclusively medical science; truly, a
man of whom it is not too much to say,
that he possessed the kindliest, broadest,
highest', most theoretical and moat prac?
tical genius that it has yet pleased dod
to bestow on the weary ages - df civiliza?
A distinguished writer of this country,
a.skeptic, IUI ph Waldo Emerson, says of
"A colossal soul, he lies vast abroad on
his timen, u'..comprehended by them;
one of the missooriums and mastodons
of literature, uot to be measured by
wbolo colleges of ordinary scholars."
The sole and supreme divinity of the
Saviour, and tba inspiratiou of his word,
are, after all, the two most important
questions for tho consideration of tho
world. The hosts of atheism, deism,
spiritualism and indifferentiam are ga?
thering. There may bo palpitations of
heart, and the knees of some may give
way, but the followers of Swedenborg,
whether Roman or Protestant or heretic
from these two great Churches visible,
feel as confident of the final result ns did
the wearied Greeks when they beheld
Achilles, at last, in.armor forged by tho
gods, step forth from bb) tent and shout
of er the field of battle. CRATES.
TUB TRAITOR BEECHER-A few years
ago, many persons wei o dungeoned at
Forts Lafayette nud Delaware for senti?
ments lees "disloyal" than those of Par?
son Beecher on Thanksgiving Day. If
Beecher is right now, was'the South
wrong a few years back?
sorra** o ELMON. . I HANR OIBSOM.
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50 South Gay street, Baltimore, Md.,
IMPORTERS or WINES, BRANDIES, Olive
OILS, Havana BEGA RS, Ac, Ac , Ac, and
Dealers M (only) the high grades of Pure Rye
WHISKEY. Represented by
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Nov 17 Imo* Late of South Carolina.
76 Smith's Wharf, Baltimore, Md.,
MAKE liberal advances on Cotton continu?
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Private . and Transient Boarding,
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MANUFACTURERS of Elegant SILVER?
WARE, WATCHES AND FINE JEWEL
jjjfj Established 1817._fiept 26 8mo
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Importers and Dealers in
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Ac, Ac. A?.
808 W. Baltimore street, bellte*? Howard and
Begt 30 Liberty, Baltimore, Md. 3mo
S. MOUTON. WM. REED. CL.XMENCX Ls. JACKSON.
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KA1LWAY and Machinists' supplies of averv
kind, METALS, MACHINERY, TOOLS.
Leather Belting and Gum Gooda, Car Springs,
Ac, Lub icatiug Oils. Brass Goods, Bolts,
Nuts, Ac_Sept 28 3mo
." GEORGE PAGE & CO.,
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T WO D A YS ONL Yt
FRIDAY ARD SATURDAY, DEC. 3 4c 4.
TEN SHOWS IN ONE I
THE Mammoth Zoological Department, in?
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?electione or beautiful Foreign and Native
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In America, supported hy the largeat
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This stupendous enterprise, iho NS PLUS
ULTRA ot Modern Exnibltions, contains
150 Men, and 250 Horses,
FIFE LADY EQUESTRIENNES,
THREE POPULAR CLOWNS,
In tho Zoological Department will be fonnd
? GHu, OR HORNED HORSE,
W ixit? T..1 ama,
A HERD OF TAPIRS,
A LIVE BABY WHITE CAMEL,
A FLOCK of AUSTRALIAN EMEUS,
HERD OF PORCUPINES.
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Laughing Hyenas, Bengal Tiger, Zebra, Aus?
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.TWO' WRTOBMAWrnaej ?m, mi imam
hahf-past 7 P. M.
Prootesion will enter the aity at 10 e'elcek.
:'4pmm8iw . . . 7? c**
'C^'is^lpyMri . - -*0 jC*Ja
Miga Holts?, Charleston, sTcT* ~
rTim? elegant a?det?modlOT?HGv?rE har
X in? bann renovated and newly furnished
throughout, Ja second to ada? ia th* South.
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Mill Pond and Chauvel Oyster*.
gUPPLIED In quantities to ault purchasers.
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Rnrsaaxcss.-James Adger A Co., Hoe, J.
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PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
COMP. ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
For Composting with Cotton Seed.
THIS article is manufactured at the Com?
pany's Works, under the direction and su?
perintendence of Dr. Ravono!. It con taino tho
same elementa of fertility as Soluble Pacific
Guano, except that it is not furnished with
Ammonia. It bj prepared expressly for com?
posting with cotton seed, which furnishes the
element of Ammonia: the object being to rr ri?
der that side product of the plantation availa?
ble to the highest dogree as an element of fer?
tility. For further and particular information,
apply to the undersigned.
(45 cash, or $50 on 1st November, 1870, for
approved city acceptance or other good secur?
ity. J. N. ROBSON,
Agent for South Carolina,
1 and 3 Atlantic Wharf, Obarleston.
R. O'Nr.Ai.E A Bon, Agents, Columbia, 8. C.
JOHN S. KEKSE, Ja., Goneral Agent, Balti?
more._Oct 26 13mo
Ho ! lor tho Orange Groves !
FOE PALATKA, FLORIDA.
Vin Savannah, Qa., touching at Fernandina,
Jacksonville, and all Landings on the St.
THE elegant and first class
?Steamer DICTATOR, Capt. W
_bT. McNelty, will leave Charleston.
J. 07. for above places, every TUESDAY
NIGHT, at 8 o'clock.
The elegant and first class Steamer CITY
FOINT, Capt. George E. McMillan, will leave
Charleston every SATURDAY NIGHT, at 8
o'clock, for above places.
Through Tickets to be had at railroad of?
No extra charge for Meals and State Rooms.
For freight or paseago, apply to
J. D. AIKEN* CO., Agents,
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-A. X M AR'S
Saracenia; or. Fly Trap Bitters.
THE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, for
Dyspopsia, and Norvous Disorders, Gene?
ral Debility, Ac.; prepared by
G. W. AIMAB,
Chemist and Druggist, Oiarteston, ,9. C.
SAVANNAH, GA., March 8. 1887.
Ma. G. W. AIM An- I) ea r Sir: A member ot
my family, suffering long from Dyspepsia, haa
experienced moro relief trow your "Saracenia
Bitters," than from any other medicine she
has ever tried. It is most excellent for invigo?
rating the system and creating an appetite. I
regard it aa "decidedly the mont ben euria 1 of all
dyspeptic remedies. Yaura. vorv respectfully,
N. J . I) A It h ELI..
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Sash Doors, Store Doora, Shutters, Mouldings,
Ac., Ac, I am onablcd to sell btw and at manu?
N. B.-Strict attention paid to shipping in
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NOS. 1 AND a ATLANTIC WHARF.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
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ness experience of twenty years, and
confining himself strictly to a COMMISSION
BUSINESS, without operating on bis own ac- I
count, respectfully solicits consignments of
Cotton, Flour, Wheat, Corn, etc
Shippers of Produce to him may. at their
option, have their consignments sold either in
Charleston or New York; thus having the ad?
vantage of two markets, without extra com?
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Johnson, Charlotte.N. C.;Rev.T. O. Summers,
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PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AMD ALL SI! EAS XS OF TUB 1
STOMACH AND LIVER.!
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furnishing houses throughout ever offered by
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R. HOE & CO.,
Warranted Extra Cast Steel Patent
Ground Circular Mill Malay
With Movable or Inserted Teeth.
WE CLAIM for oar Patent Circular Saw
the following advantages over all
The shanks of the tcoth are elastic, and ex?
ert a uniform distension in the sockets.
The stability of the plate is in noway affect?
ed by inserting new sets of teeth.
Each tooth, independently, may be adjusted
to the cutting line.
No rivets, keys, or other objectionable ap?
pliances, are employed in connection with the
teeth, which are as simple in construction, and
as easily used, ns a nut for a bolt.
In short, all tho difficulties heretofore expe?
rienced in the nae of movable teeth fer saws,
are fully met and obviated by this invention.
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OF ELGIN, ILL.
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Haters, Ballroad and Ex*
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to be the most correct
Time Keepers made.
Avoid parties who ad?
vertlse te tend Watches
to be of oar make. We
furnish none ter that
parp?se. There are imf
Cations ta market, To
rat GENUINE ELGIN
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tls-where, whom you know to be honorable..
Business Office and Sales Boom 16? A 161 Laka
ItreeL Chicase, Ht. ^w^^ ? - ^ .
Nov ll 3C
S ASTRAL OIL
CHANGE OF LAMPS
egree* higher (han is
cd foe Brit?
Efsni fia- duculsrs.
Frost, Black & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturera of
and Dosiers in
OF EVERY VARIETY,
OW Bowery, arar Canal atrcct. Bf. T?
SO- Stoamboate, Hotels and Publie Build?
ings furnished at the shortost notice.
?-All goods purchased of our bouse gua?
ranteed an represented. Sept 17 Snio
K.W. FROST. JAM. SLACK OVO.HNYDER.
WHITE DINNER SETS, nsw Limoge
Shapes, 157 pieces, $25. Smaller size
sots proportionately low in prices.
WHITE TOILET SETS, ll pieces. $S.20.
WHITE TEA SETS, 44 pieces, $4 00.
OOOD W ATER-GORLETS, per dozon, ll 50.
GOOD WINE-GLASSES, per doren, ? 00.
AU other goods in our line equally low. Good?
packed for tho country, or Torwardnd by Ex?
presa, O. O. 1>.
Middle Cooper Institute Block,
Third and Fourth Aves., between 7th and 8th
street?, New York.
Send tor Illustrated Photograph and Cata?
logua of Limoge Dinner, Tea tod Toilet Sets.
; mailed fra*. Oct IS 3mo
Dr, Richan'a ^ti?p? JU**Um>,
(ttl 1 fli\n MEW?M? fer s*yk?s?J
JDX.VfV/V ot,?? in ipy ?ta??Ybteh tbey
Unto euro. UR. RJOHAU'B GOLDEN lUJAAM
No. 1 eure? Ulcere', Ulcerated Bore TliroSfr'and -
Mouth, Sore Even. Eruption?, CoppeW0D?6red
Blotches, Sciorula, Ac; ia the gr??$e?ABlood
Purifier known, removes ?ll di?e?B}? trWBTfbe
ay stem and leaves tlie blood pure and hoaltbv.
DR. BICUAU'H GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2
cures Mercurial Affect ions, Rheumatism ip ?ll
its tn nih, Rives immediate relief in' alt ca?OH.
No dieting necessary.' Price of ?lt her-No. 1 or
No. 2,I5.0S per Lott IP, ur two bottles for $9.00.
DK. BT?R AU'S GOLDEN ANTTDOTE.a safe
and radical eura for ali V rinn ry Derangement*,
accompanied wita Aili directions Price $3 00
per boFile. DR. BICH AU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR
D'AMOUH, ft radical cute for Debility, in old
or young; imparting energy with wonderful
efleut. Price ?5 per bottle or two bottles for $9.
On receipt of price, tho Kemodieo will bs
ihipped to any placo. Circular* sent. Addie?*
DR. D. B. RICHAEDB,
Aug 19 ly No. 228 VSTiVk st.', N?w York.
Eon Ton Candy Surprise Boxes.
Something Ketio and Ve+i'Saleuoi**. '
EACH BOX is flUed with a now an tl assorted
flavored Cand? .andovevv bar* witt gl^roa
A M ? ti i- tu sj'.. Gold and Silver Watches, Wat oh
ChaiuH, Ladino' and Gents' Broaet Pin?, Hlcove
Button?, Studs, Ear Ringa, Charms, Ac.? Ao.
They rotad at 25 cent?. Manufaciur?d by'
CROUCHS WILLKR & H?ft, . 4
610 Market street, Philadelphia,. Fenn,, and
?old by Confectioners aud ki tore- keepera ovary
Tho domaud for thia new confectionary ia ao
great that the trade are desired,to forward
their orders at OUCH. WO caution ?Ur friends
to beware of worthless imitations, tbs -Bon
Ton bring the original box, the standard of
which shall always be maintained. r?
Moy23 _l .. i. A
For Pure Water, n?e -^Wij.
thia celebrated fump, ^Hi-^?W *"*>.Q Ri ?rr>ul EY
entirely tasteless, ?S^S?tfiltv / ,^/
durable ?uJ ie!la- fea 024- &6?0
bio: equal to tl,., lg?rv^^. TlUJERT Sf
l^-od old-fashtuned ^Xf/ftk. ^trC>w DHILA
moodon Pntup, and ^^??v^5BEv ^?rV^
c st less than hall tho ^.wg?i'^'tf^jraBW
money. Knjily arroiiKoJ ^fcgW^
to as to bo non-freezing, ^^art^^^TiiS^lC^k
Bud in comtriiclion iosiniplu ^*<rf^^^hw~^!feflai^B
that any ona can put lt up ?nd ^i^^^S^Sjj
THE BEST ANO CHEAPEST ??UMP MOW Ml?"
Met iii toflmo
im. J. UKAUKIKLIVB
WOMAN'S BEST F Hi END.
THIS valuable medicine is prepared lor WO?
MEN exclusively, and to ba used by women
only, lt is adapted especially io those casca
where the womb is disordered, and will cure
any irregularity in the "menses," exeopt in
such caaea as require a surgical operation. A?
thes6 last aro very rare, the FEMALE REGU?
LATOR is of almost universal application. Tn
a sudden check of the ''monthly courses''from
COLD, trouble of mind, or like cause, it ?ct?
like a charm, by KESTORTNO THC DISCHARGE ts
KTEBT INSTANCE, thus relieving the fevsr. head?
ache, pain in tho email af the back and "lower
stomach," flushes of boat about the face, chilly
sensations, barning of th? eye-lid*, and gene?
ral restlessness. Taken in tim?,, ?ll thea?
symptora? pass away immediately, without in?
jury to the constitution. Freqaentlr, .how?
ever, the proper remedy is not applied in time,
tbs disease becomes chronic, ata tho founda?
tion laid for numberless eviU to tb?, eonaiitu
tion of the woman. Tho next "turn" oom??
around, and there is no "show,1* ot perhaps
tho "whites" will appear. There will bc some
uneasiness about the womb, bot very Hit!? or
none of tho natural flaid escaping.: Thseotn
plexiou become? sallow, bowels swollen, ? ?ort
of greenish caste about the face, constant,
duli, aching p&ius in the head, womat In' tho
lower stomach ?nd back, with or without
whites, palpitations of the heart, pallor, el?
li mist ion, indigestion, weariness, languor, ach?
ing across the loins? loss of appetite, pain In
lett breast, tightness across the cheat, cough
and giddiness. If still allowed to gd.iea,
"green sickness" will bs fully developed; th?
headache becomos severo, with foss of memo?
ry, diminished RODR?LLUIJ. a|?? ir?OMACH,dys?
pepsia, no relish for food, loss of nosh, in?
creased fluttering of the heart,. BWELLTNO) dr
TUE VEET, leg? sud body, and occasional ?pit
ting of blood. The ?lightest effort causes
Hcititir.n nnKvmixo, almest tn suffoektlon.
The skin is ttiibby. aud has ? ''doughy feel<"
This is a and picture, but it is the condition
ot thousands uf womon between tho ages cl
fifteen and forty-live, who are brough?, to tho
grave by ignorance, or neglect to tak? the pro?
per remedy. .' ' . . . ut
To all who are addicted with any of tho strao
tomn nb 'vc-iiH-ntuuod, in connection, with an
irregularity of the ''monthly sickness.**' tte
earueutly say TAKE PH. J. Rn APFIKI.O a PairA??
REGULATOR. A few ounces ta kan, rou will ai
once experience it? benefit, and with a little
patience, you ?ill hu fully restored to hoalth
This remedy has boen extensively uaed foi
upward of twenty years by many of the mo?I
experienced and successful physicians ir
Georgia. No fondly should bo without tWC ul
three bottles. . [ilil4.vjpid
We repeat, that DR. J. BRAT>r?ELD> FEM ALI
REOOLATOR is prepared for WOMEN, and' to b<
used by wo tn eu ouly. A tri?! is all w?. ask
Prepared and sold in anv quantity, by
BRADFIELD'* CO., Atlanta, Ga
Wo. the undersigned Druggists, take pis?
sure in commending to the trade Dr. J. Brad
field's Female Regulator, believing it to ba i
good and reliable remedy for tba diaeaso fo
which ho recommends it. :;ill(nH
PUMIIEBTON, WILSON, TAYLOR A Co., Atlanta
W. A. LANHPELL, Atlanta. Ga.
V. O. LAWSBE, Atlanta; Ga. . . . ' ' ;j 1 '
W. ROOT A SON, Marietta, Ga.
STATS or GEORGIA* ;Taou?Onif NT*. ,
This is to certify that I have examined tb
recipe of Dr. Josiah Bradfield, of thin County
and, SH a medical man, pronounce lt to bo i
combination of medicines of great merit in tb
treatment of all diseases of female? for whid
tie recommends it. Wu. P. BEASLUV, M. P.
THIS DECEMBER 21, 18C8. ' ' "
OAUTRRRVILLE, QA., April 2fi, 1889.
Thts will certify that two members of m
immediate family, after having suffered fa
many yeara from menstrual irregularity, an
having been treated without benefit by variou
medical doctora, were at length eotnpletcl
cured by one bottle of Dr. J. Bradtleld'a Fe
mal? Regulator. I therefore doom lt my dat
to furnish thia cortifioate, with th? hop? <
drawing the attention of suffering womankin
to tho merits of a medicine whose pawer 1
euring irregular and ?uppvessad menatruatio
bas been proven nuder my own paraonai ai
acrvation. Its (fleet on such cane? in trul
wonderful, and woll may tho remedy be calle
. Woman's Beet Friend." Yours, respectfully
JAMES W. STDAXSK.
W. IL TITT, of Augusta, Os., and DQW??
MOISE, of Charleston, S.O.. Wholesale Agouti
Price $1 CO per bottle. For yale f^FlBlTK
A HBIMTMH, OEIOEBA MCGREGOR, in
O^FL MjOT. Columbia. B. O: Oct 80 f tv
SOME dealers in this city have been tn deni
that I could hold out snpplyldg them wil
Beer thia summer. I now : turora, thei pwbl
that I have ? largo supply of old Lager Be
on hand, which 1 put against ?ny Beer brougl
from tho North, or even imported ftom Gu
man v. a? to purity and strength.. I *m rem
to taat 1t hy th? Bee; ="!?.
Aug 80 v JOHN Ct SEEQERS.
Potatoes and? Onions.
TfTJLS. re?oh Blow POTATOES. .
'Ol/ 8 WU. Northern ONIONS.
600 bbl?, mora Cabbage Hoad?, same
ware lately en exhibition at tb? PHOENIX offl<
for sal? by GEO. BYMMEBS.