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For,wU%t t?qinphs ^ar? formed,
Hearta by emulation warmed. ,
Mighty though ye woo and cherish,
What uh ali hold your e pirita down?
Wl?t ahab mako your high hopeo perish?
Wbjr ah all yo mind Fortuno'a frown?
D?jroo #rahR* profit, pleasure?
Thirst at fte?rning'a fount to drink?
Or?ra, yo honor, fame or treasure?
Yo the germ? have-work and think !
Think! tat not ?lop* of living',
lil? tbo homo, f rom d ay t o d a y ;
Thinkl tat not alono of giving
Heaith for pelf, or soul for pay 1
Thiaki Ob, be machines no longer
Thinkl 'twill mako you fresher, stronger;
Link yon to the great and good!
Thought exalts and lightens labor,
Thought forbids tho soul to ?ink!
Self-respect * nd love for neighbor.
Mark the men who work-and thinkl
Think!-and lot tho thought new-nerve you
Thinfc of men who've gone before;
Lea*)?? hutroaa name? to serre von;
Iona's tba path they've plodded o'erl
Freedom fights and win? her charter
With tho sword of thought-the pen!
Tyranny caa find no quarter
In tho rankB Of thinking mon.
Think! for thought's a wand of power
Power to make oppression shrink;
Grasp ya then, the preci?ue dower!
Poise it-wield it-work and think!
Hold your heads ITO, toilieg brothers;
Hongs* ns, be it ne'er forgot,
Labor, fer ourselves and Others,
Is for man a noble lot!
Nobler far. and holior; higher,
Than vain luxury can claim,
Ii bot zeal and worth inspire,
And true greatness be our aim.
Power lo compass thia ia given
Powoif that farms the strongest bulk;
Twixt an upright man and Heaven,
His noblest power-the power to ihink!
FORTUNES OF JULIET CLAYBURN.
"Husband-dear husband," entreated
the gentle invalid; "Don't be so harsh to
your child. you will kill her. Treat her
more kindly, ii she has done wrong.
Sho kuows it-she is sorry for it. Be
kind to her."
"Yes, I ought," sneered Mr. Clayburn;
"I ought to be kind to her. It is my
duty. She has been so kind to mo. So,
you love that foreign adventurer, Juliet
Clayburn, and prefer him to Frank, for
"He is no foreign adventurer, father,"
said Juliet, aroused to the defence of her
lover; "you know the term is unjust,
when you nae it. The Yon Oppenheims
are people of high connection and un?
doubted respectability. Not to mention
what they are, in their own eountry,
Karl-Professor von Oppenheim-bas,
through bis own exertions, made a name
and position for himself in America. His
brother married Eugenia Thurlow, your
own sister's child, who has as good blood
in her veins aa myself, and if the family
is respectable enough for her, it is for
"Respectable-bah! Respectable, in?
deed 1 I consider Professor von Oppen?
heim as Lord Chesterfield considered Dr.
Johnson-a respectable Hottentot, and
nothing more.' But thia is not the ques?
tion. Let the family be respectable or
not, I do not choose for yon to marry
into it-aud you shall not, Juliet. I will
express my sentiment on this subject in
a few words. You are my only child,
the last of many now sleeping in their
graves; but I tell you, and listen well to
the words, before' I would see you that
vii- that foreigner's wife, I would infi?
nitely prefer to lay you beside your
brothers and sisters under the sod. If
you persist in marrying him, I will dis?
inherit you, without the slightest hesita?
tion, "and make Frank my heir. You
must break off this engagement, imme?
"Is it right, father," asked Juliet,
scarcely able to speak, for her tears, "to
promise a man to marry him, and then
retract your word?"
"Right? Of course, it's not right
nu engagement is a solemn obligation,
whiob should be fulfilled. But I go a
step further back, Juliet, and ask you,
if a girl under age, has a right to give
that promise to a man, without the con?
sent of her lawful guardian? You would
be pardonable in breaking your promise
in this instance, for my opposition is a
legitimate excuse to do so."
"But, father," and Juliet's voice fal?
tered more than ever; "tho promiso I
gave, was to marry bim, in hpito of your
This was a harder blow than any to
the old man. She had promised, then,
to desert her father, her own blood, und
go in preference with this stranger?
"Tho dishonorable, rascally foreigner,"
as ho called him, with an oath.
A long-long pause. Mrs. Clayburn
und Juliet wore silently weeping, aud
Mr. Clayburn was resting his bond on
tho table, between his folded arms.
When bo arose, which he did, when tho
ball clock tolled out ton, bis fuco was
haggard and white, but firmness and de?
termination marked its lineaments.
"It is useless," said Mr. Clayburn, "lo
prolong this discussion. You may choose
botweeu the alternatives, Juliet. You
aro to give me your solemn promiso to
l>reak oft* all connection with that infer?
nal Von Oppenheim, or you will lenvo
my house at day-light, never again to
cross its threshold I" *M" >
"Oh! fathor, father, I Kr)^ to you! I
pray to you! Do ?ot inakvme givo up
Karl. I cannot broak my word to him.
I love him, father, and could never be
happy with any one else. And you would
like him, too, if you know his high
,,rr.6 conduct bas given evidence of
cally. "Get np, Jnliet-get up; ii you
Juliet arose and went to the fire-place,
loaning her head wearily against the
. "I am waiting for your decision,
"She will stay," said Mrs, Clayburn;
"of coursa ?he will. Mr. von Oppenheim
cannot expecther to Kncri.ficn everything."
"Is thu? your answer, Juliet?" asked
Mr. Clayburn. "Does your mother ex?
press your decision?"
*,1 cannot glte up Karl," murmured'
"Can yon desert me, your father, the
author of yonr being? the mother who
bore yon? tho parents who have loved
yon for years, for this stranger of a few
"Father, why will you force Ibo horri?
ble alternative upon me? Be merciful
moke me happy, father-your child
your child who loves you so dearly. In
your hands is her happiness. Withdraw
your opposition to Karl. Wo love each
other. Let ns marry. Ho will not take
me away-he will be a loving son to you. "
"No more of this," said Mr. Clayburn,
pulling himself away from her. "I have
spoken. What is your decision? Do
yon break off the engagement or not?"
"I cannot break my plighted word,"
"Then gol" exclaimed her father.
"Go! and never darken my doors again
never|offead my sight by your presence."
Thus saying, Mr. Clayburn started to
leave the room, but Juliet and her mo?
ther threw themselves simultaneously at
his feet, impeding his movements and
imploring him not to be so harsh-not to
oast her adrift into the world. He
spurned them from him, and poor Mrs.
Clayburn, overpowered with excitement,
fell heavily to tue floor. Juliet essayed
to lift her np, bnt her father pushed her
away, pointed sternly to the door, and
pioking np his sen Mises wife, placed her
tenderly on the conoh. Juliet continued
with her mother all night. Her father,
too, was in the room most of tho night,
but never spoke to his daughter, nor by
any outward sign displayed his con?
sciousness of her presence. Once, when
ho came to tho bed-side, she said, timid?
ly, without raising her eyes:
"Father, may I stay in tho house a day
or two longer? I cannot leave my mo?
ther in this state."
"It is your own fault," ho said, coldly,
without looking even in her direction,
and then, in a cutting tone, "you are
such a dutiful, loving daughter, you
ought by all means to remain at your
Words whioh atong Juliet to the qniok.
On the third day, Mrs. Clayburn being
as strong as nsnal, Juliet left the house,
at her mother's instigation and advice.
"Your father will be certain to re?
lent, Juliet,'-' she said, "when he sees
yon are determined to pursue your own
course. He is only so harsh because he
hopes by that means to frighten you into
submission and obedience. Already he
is beginning to relent. Here is the purse
filled with money, which he placed in
my hands for you, saying with tears in
his eyes and a choking voice, 'Give this
to the child, Mary, if she quits the
house-she must not want.' My advice
to you is to go to Eugenia Bawleigh's
daughter, and remain there a week or so.
In the meantime, I am here to plead
your cause. I will not let him rest nntil
he takes you back to his heart. He will
be certain to send for you. You aro the
apple of his eye, and without you ho can?
In accordace with this advice, Juliet
acted. First she went to the room in
which her father was locked up with his
melancholy thoughts. He had not
spoken a word to her the whole three
days, but nevertheless she could not leave
the house without saying good-byo. Mr.
.Clayburn did not open the door until she
had knocked three times.
"Goodbye, father," she said, through
her tears, holding out her hand to him.
He took no notice of the hand, and
slammed the door in her face. But Juliet
opened it again, ran after him, threw her
arms around hts neck and, kissing him,
sobbed, "my darling papa."
The big drops fell from his eyes. He
turned toward the door.
"My childi my precious child!"
Alas! Juliet bad quitted the room.
She was too far to hear. She was gono.
Hetty walked with her to tho gate, with
alternate fits of cryiug and quarreling.
"Its a rale shame, Missie, it is, to turn
you out'en your homo because you lubs
Mass Harry and won't marry Mass Frank.
If I'd a knowed, I neber wudd a giben
you sich aggravatin advice t'other night."
TO BB CONTINUED.
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS.
! - CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, February 23, 1870.
11HE ROOKS are now oponed for receiving
. RETURNS of all Taxable Property in
Ibo City, as required by tho "Ordinance to
raise supplies for tho year 1870.'' Tho atteu
tion of lax-payers is called to Section 18 of
j that Ordinance, imposing a tine of TEN PEU
CENT, upon their Tax, if not paid before tho
, 15th day of March next. This penalty for
! neglecting or refusing to mako Return? and
.>:iVing tho Tax thereon will bo strictly en?
forced in all cases. J. S. McMAHON,
Feb 21 li) City Clerk.
Joel J. A. Jefcoat and wife vs. Alexander Gci
g'T, executors and others UM to account,
Il' appearing to my satisfaction (bat Alexan?
der Oeiger, Carolino Geiger, Isabella Gei?
ger, Joalah Geiger ami John Geiger, live of
the defendants In tho abovo caso, resido be?
yond thu limits of this Sfato. It ii, on motion
of .Mr. Mootze, Solicitor for complainants, or?
dered that said defendants do jilead, answer or
demur to tho bill in this caso within lorty days
from tho dato heroof, or tho same will bo
taken ]>ro conies so as to them.
D. J. ORIFFITII, C. C. T.
CLKRK'8 OFFICE, LBXIBOXOH C. il., February
Guns and Ammunition.
JUST received by William Glaze, Uno Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, fine Eng?
lish Powder, in Canisters, Shot and Caps, of all
kind. Ono door North of Meaers. Scott, Wil?
liame A Co.'s Banking House. Doc 16
Manufactured by thte "t
Navassa Guano Co.? Wilmington K. 0.,
lu Bags or n?rrela.
mH IS FERTILIZER ia prop ti red with the
X utmost euro, and contains every constitu?
ent dcairablo for any crop lo which it may be
applied. It i H PP pc ci al I y adapted to the growth
COTTON, CORN, GEREALS,
And all hinda of
F II U ITS AND VEGETABLES.
It ia manufactured of tho taia'e material from
which the celebrated
PATAJ'SCO GUANO Go.'a PHOSPHATE
Is propared, and r?f?rence is mado to that
Company, (05 Bmwstreet, Balti?
more, ) for its efficiency, qua?
lity *Ud> Uniformity.
lt. B. MWKJEltS. Preeidcnt.
D?NALO MACRAE, Treasurer and Secretary,
LONDON X JONES. Agents,
Jan 21 +3mo _?_Rock Hill. S. C.
SOME de p. lc-rt-in this city have be err in douht
that I oonld hold out stfMjfaring them with
Beer this Bummer. I now inform tho public
that I bavo a largo supply of old Lager Reer
on hand, which i put against any Beer brought
from the North, or even imported from Ger?
many, as to purity and strength. l am ready
to tost it by the Beer scale.
Ang 20_JOHN 0. 6EEGERS.
THE great SOUTHERN TONIO and Invigo
rant, is for sale by DB. O. H. MIOT,
Nov 21_Druggist. Colombia. 8. O._
Fine Gold Watches
^m%^tk\W\ OF all descriptions, for Ladies
^Smw?^?mW and Gentlemen, for salo at
DUB WILLIAM GLAZE S,
One door North of Meaare.
Scott <fc Williame' Banking House. Dec 16
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
AFULL supply of Freeh GARDEN 8EED8.
For sale by E. HOPE.
BaamiA, SOOTH OAROUSA.
?M BtvT?juBp^urpaaeed by My
JE H_HoJmP^ ??Qtu I0r comfort
pCtJWgMf locality, la now
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in?4lWtll?" Famine? JiB?je furnished with
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THE CAMOTA HOUSE,
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pessible from Main streot, being on Wash?
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good old-fashioned ^^STfck/^lgySl DHllA
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German Cattle Powder.
QMBMa FOR tho cure and prevention of all
* wJMH? diecaees to which Oxen, Milch
J^ , Jr Cn wu Sheep and Hogs are subject.
1< armers, Drovers and others will find this an
excellent Medicine, and none should be without
it. lt purifies tho blood, carries off all gross
humors, and thus prevents disease. It im?
proves their appearance and condition. When
cattle aro oppressed with heat, fatigue and in
low spirits, a few doses will restore them. For
Milch Cows, it is an invaluable powder when
calving; it increases the quantity and richness
of the milk and improves their worth. To
have good cattlo, take care of them. This
Powder ?B for Bale onlv at tho Drug Store of
Doc io t FISHER & HEINITSH.
FOR UffES^W YORK !
The Great Southern Freight and Passenger Line,
VIA CHARLESTON, S. C.
Rates Guaranteed as low as by any Competing Route.
THE SHORT SEA LINE NORTH AND EAST.
MARINE: INSURANCE, HALF PER CENT.
TUE OLD ESTABLISHED TUT-WEEKLY DO UTE.
The Superior Ocean Side-Wheel Steamships
CHARLESTON, l',200Ton8, JAMES BERRY, Commander.
JAMES ADGER. 1,200 Tons, T. J. LOCKWOOD, Commander.
JAS. AUGER & CO., Agents, Adger's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
TENNESSEE, 1,650 Tone, 0. CHICHESTER, Commander.
SOUTH CAROLINA, 1.C50 Tons, SIM. ADKINS, Commander.
WAGNER, HUGER & CO., or
WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves, Charleston, S. C.
MANHATTAN, 1,300 Tons, M. S. WOODHULL, Commander.
CHAMPION, 1,500 Tone, R. W. LOCKWOOD, Commander.
JAS. ADGER Sc CO., Agents, Adger's Wharf, Charleston. S. C.
These Steamships aro First Class in every respect, and all under the command of men of
many years' experience on tho Atlantic Coast, and in speed, comfort and elegance of accom?
modations, aro unrivalled hy any Steamers from thc South. Their tahlee are supplied with
all of thc delicacies of the New York and Charleston Markets.
Through Passage Tickets and Bills of Lading
May he obtained at all of the Railroad Ticket and Freight Offices in connection
with this favorite route, in South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama,
Tennessee and Mississippi.
PRICE OF PASSAGE:
COLUMBIA via CHARLESTON TO NEW YORK, $22.00;
Including Meals and State-room onboard of Steamers, aud transfer in Charleston.
OW Merchants, ordering their Spring Goode, will find an important saving of time In?
directing them shipped cia Charleston, S.C.
*ar State-rooms may be secured in advance, without extra charge, by addressing the
Agents of either Steamship Line, at Charleston.
B. D. HASELL, General Agent
Of the Great Southern Freight Line, 40 and 42 Broadway, Now York.
HENRY R. MORGAN & GO., Agents
March 1 3mo Of Stemsbip Linos, 26 Broadway, New York.
_ ETI WAN GUANOS,
Soluble Manures and Sulphuric Acid,
MANUFACTURED at Charleston, under the direction of Dr. N. A. PRATT, Chemist for
the Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosphate t'onipanv.
SOLUBLE PHOSPHOBIO ACID, in tho form of SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE OF LIME, or
DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE, 1B the basic of all good Fertilizers, and these aro valuable
in tho ratio of Soluble Phosphoric Acid which ie in them.
Tho immense deposits of Phosphoric Guanos which wcro discovered in 18C7 in South Caro?
lina, hy Dr. FRATT, consists mainly of Insoluble Phosphate of Limo, which is made available
as a Fertilizer by being ground to powder, and rcdnccd by Sulphuric Acid to such a condition
as to iuako its insoluble phosphate soluble in water, and thus made capahlo of being taken np
hy growing plants. Tho insoluble Phosphate found in any commercial Fertilizer is of no
moro value to tho plant than the original Phosphate rock. Tho greater tho proportion of this
Solublo Phosphate which any Fertilizer contains, the less the quantity required per acre, and
consequently the cheapest Fertilizer is that containing tho highest per ccutagc of Solublo I
Impressed with these truths, the Sulphuric Arid and Super-Phosphate Company have erected
at Charleston, tho first extensive Acid Chambers South of Baltimore, and nro able to effcr to j
planters tho highest per ccntago of Solublo Phosphate ot Limo known in any market.
Their Fertilizers aro offered under two forms:
l. Kilman, No. I-PURF. SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE, guaranteed to contain 24 pei cent, ol
Dissolved Bone Phosphato of Limo, $00 per toil, 10 per cent, discount for cash.
'A. Eliwaa, Nu. sa-PERUVIAN SUPKH-PHOSPH ATE, guaranti ed to contain 20 per cent. I
of Dissolved Bone Phosphate, and 1} to 3 per cent, of Ammonia, with a sufficient addition of '?
Peruvian Guano to adapt it to all Crops, ?70 per ton. 10 per cent, discount for cash.
WK AI.so OFFsa:
DISSOLVED DONE, of high grado, for planters or manufacturers, who may desire to mix 1
into any other compost, and wo suggest that this is tho best and cheapest mi ? hod l r manu,
facturera to transport tho Sulphuric Acid contained in tho mixture. Will be eold at fixed rate
for each pourcentage. I Jan 1 3moJ WM. C. BEE it CO.. Agents.
R. O'NEALE St SON, Agents, Columbia. No. 14 Adgor's Wharf, Oharicaton, S. C.
Boots, Shoes and Hats for the Million !
AT THE MAMMOTH SHOE HOUSE.'
NEW G00OS FOB THE NEW YEAR I
I havo just received a very large stook of Ladies'. Gont'n,
Misses' and Childreu's FINE WORK, direct from first
bauds, and bought at low figures-cortainfcr tho finest
_[brought to this market nineo the war, and in all colors and
widths and sizes, and the attention of buyers is solicited, as goods will be marked
down from this date. Jan 1
Call and seo for yourselves, at the sign of tho Big Boot and Hat, ono door North
of Columbia Hotel. A. SMYTHE.
*?ffr. ' ?WoMAir8 RM&TMilMND. -in?
valuable medicino is proparcd for wo
exclusively, and to be need by women I
uiuy. Il ia adapted especially to those caaes
whcro (he womb is disordered, and will cnre
any irregularity in the ..menses," except in
nock cases as require a surgical operation. As
these last are very rare, the FEMALE REGU?
LAT OR is of almost universal application. In
a sudden ohcck of the "monthly courses" from
conn, trouble of mind, or lure canne, it acts
like a charm, by MSSTOBIMG THE DISCHARGE IN
EVERY INSTANCE, th na relieving the fever, head?
ache, pain in the small ef th a back and "lower
a toni a cb," flushes of heat about the face, chilly
sensations, burning ofMho eyo-lids, and gene?
ral restlessness. Taken in time, all these
symptoms pass away immediately, without in?
jury to the constitution. Frequently, how?
ever, ibo proper remedy is not applied in time,
the disease becomes, chronic, and thc founda?
tion l&id for numberless evil.? to tho constitu?
tion of the woman. The. next "turn" comes
around, and there is no "show," or perhaps
the "wliitea" will appear. There will bo BOIUO
uneasiness about tho womb, but very littlo or
none of tho natural fluid eacaping. Tho com?
plexion becomes sallow, bowels swoilen, a aort
of greenish caste about tho face, constant,
dull, aching pains in tho head, weight in tho
lower Btomach and back, with or without
whites, palpitations cf tho heart, pallor, ex?
haustion, indigestion, wearinees, languor, ach?
ing across the loins, loss of appetite, pain in
lett breast, tightness across tho chest, cough
and giddiucuB. If still allowed to go on,
"green sickness"'will bo fully doveloned; tho
headache becomes severe, with loss of memo?
ry, diminished sensibility, SICK STOMACH, dys?
pepsia, no relish for food, loss of flesh, in?
creased fluttering of tho hoart, 8 WEELI NO OF
TUE FEET, legs and body, and occasional spit?
ting of blood. The slightest effort causes
BnimiEO rs HEATH INO , almest to suffocation.
The skin is Hubby, and has a "doughy feel."
This is a sad picture, but it is the condition
of thousands of women between the ages of
fifteen and forty-live, who aro brought to tho
grave by ignorance, or neglect to take the pro?
To all who are afflicted with any of tho symp?
toms above-mentioned, in connection with an
irregularity of the "monthly sickness," wo
earnestly say TAKE PB. J. BHADFIKLO'S FEMALE
REGULATOR. A few ounces takon, yon will at
once experienco its benefit, and with a littlo
patience, you will bo fully reatored to health.
This romedy has been extensively used for
upward of twenty years by many of the most
experienced' and successful physicians in
Georgia. Mo family should be without two or
Wo repeat, that DR. J. BRABFTELD'S FEMALE
REGULATOR ia prepared for WOMEN, and to bo
used by women only. A trial is all we ask.
Prepared and sold in anv quantity, by
BRADFIELD A GO., Atlanta, Ga.
We. the nndcraigned Druggiats, take plea?
sure in commending to the trade Dr. J. Biad
ileld's Femalo Regulator, behoving it to bo a
good and reliables romedy for tho disease for
which he recomrr.onda it.
PEMBERTON, WILSON, TAYLOR A Co., Atlanta.
W. A. LAKSDELL, W. O. LAW8UE, Atlanta, Ga.
W. ROOT & BON, Marietta, Ga.
STATE GEORCIA. TROUP CO., DOO. 21, 18G8.
Thia ia to certify thatt havo examined the
recipe of Dr. Josiah Bradfield, of thia County,
and, aa a medical man, prononnce it to bo a
combination of medicines of great merit in the
treatment of all diacaaea of females for which
?o recommends it. WM. P. BEASLEY, M. D.
CARTERS VILLE, GA., April 26,1869.
Thia will certify that two members of my
immcdiato family, after having suffered for
many years from menstrual irregularity, and
having been treated without benefit by various
medical doctors, wero at length completely
cured by ono bottle of Dr. J. Bradfield'a Fe?
male Begulator. I therefore deem it my duty I
to furnish this certificate, with the hope of
drawing the attention of Buffering womankind
to tho merita of a medicino whoao power in
curing irregular and auppreaaed menstruation
has been proven under my own personal ob?
servation. Its effect on such casos is truly
wonderful, and well may the remedy be called
"Woman's Beat Friend." Yours, respectfully,
JAMES W. STRANGE."
W. II. TETT, of Augusta, Qa., and DOWIE A
MOISE, of Charloaton, S. C., Wholesale Agents.
Prico fl.50 per bottle. 1-or aalo by FISHER
A HEINITSU, GEIGER A MCGREGOR, and
C. H. MIOT, Columbia, S. C. Oct 30 ?y
SIMMONS' plaint" aro0 uni
MOHBansaBBSBBBSBnaBBaslpain in the side.
Sometimes tho pain is in the shoulder, and is
mistaken for rheumatism. The Btomach is
affected with loss of appetite and sickness,
bowels in general costive, sometimes alternat?
ing with lax. Tho head is troubled with pain,
and dull, heavy sensation, considerable loss ot
memory, accompanied with painful sensation
of having left undono something which ought
to have been done. Often complaining of
weakness, debility, and low spirits. Some?
times some of tho above symptoms attend thc
iliaeaae. and at other timea very few of thom;
?????????????????Mbut tho Liver ia gc
T.TTTTTW Bnorally tho organ
^^*~T*'**T~^' Jaiost involved; cure
*BBBDBHBWtno Liver with
DB. SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR,
A preparation of roots and herbs, warranted
bo be strictly vegetable, and can do no injury
Lo any one.
It has bean used by hundreds, and known
Tor the last thirty-live years aa oue of tho moat
reliable, efficacious and harmless preparations
3vor offered to tho suffering. If taken regu?
larly and persistently, it is suro to euro.
Dyspepsia, headache, jaundice, costiveness,
sick headache, chronic diarrhooa, affections ol
the bladder, camp dysentery, a fleet iona of the
DA ?"lil O 4*/"k** Inervo u s n e s H ,
I ?CgUlttl?Ii Ichills, diaeaaes
bcKXHDtKBBKMianBmaREB''f tho skin, im
purity of Hie blood, melancholy, or depression
>f spirits, heartburn, colic, or poins in tho
Dowels, pain in tho head, fever and ague,
Iropsv, boils, pain in back and limbs, asthma,
iryeipelaa, femalo affections, and bilious dia
JBBOS generativ. Prico ll; by mail, $1.25. i
Prepared only by J. H. ZEILIN A CO.,
Druggists, Macon, Ga. j
Tho following highly respectable persons can '
rully attest to the virtuos of this valuable m edi- i
duo, and to whom we most respectfully refer: I
Gen. W. S. Holt. President s. W. lt. H. Com- !
?any; Rev. J. R. Fehler, Perry, Gs.; Col. E. K.
toarks, Alban v. Ga.; Geo. J, Lnnsford, Esq., j
jonductor s. NV. lt. lt.; C. Mnstorson, Esq.,
Iheriff Bibb County; J. A. Ruits, Bainbridge,
3a.; Dykes >v Sparhawk, Editors Floridian,
rallahassec; Hov. J. W. Burke, Macon, Ga.";
/irgil Power*, Esq., Superintendent t?. W. lt.
lt.; Daniel Bollard, .Billiard's Station, Macon
fe brunswick Ii. lt., TwiggsCounty, Ga. ; Oren
dib' Wood, Wood'- Factory. Macon, Ga.; Rev.
B. F. Easterllng, P. E. Florida Conference;
ilajor A. F. W.irl.-v. King.-:":), (?a.; Editor
.lacen Tri* fraph, and fohn ingall-, formerly
?! Columbia, S. C
For salo hy al? druggists. .inly 13 J8mo
Tobacco ! Tobacco !!
R?XES COMMON TOBACCO, at lou
80 bo:?, s Fair Chewing Tobacco.
1 boxe* Extra Itocb Citj Chowing Tobacco.
4 boxi - Commomv? tilth (Mit wing Tobacco.
10 b.,x(.^ Rose Bud Chewing Tobacco.
J...lv 2.T JOHN C. SEFGFRS.
I i)K BARRELS IRISH POTATOES, in fino !
For sale low for cash, by
Jan IB EDWARD HOFF.
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F A Rv ME B S ,
I riere ue yonr ?ropa and iniproro four land, by
, tuting , , )
Imported by ns direct from the Phoenix Is?
lands, South Pacific Ocean.
Wilcox, Gibbs & Co.'s
Prepared at Savannah, Ga., and Charleston, 8.
C., which has proved in che soil
th? beat Manare in use.
For sale by
WILCOX, GIBBS dc 00,
Importera di Dealers in
00 Bay street. Savannah. Cia.
04 Kant Bay street, Charleston, 8. C.
?.41 Broad street. A? gui ta, Oa.
Also by CHAMBERS &, BRYCE, Agents, Co?
lumbia. S. 0.
We also keep pure No. 1 Peruvian Guano,
puro Dissolved Bone, pure Land Plaster.
For further iaformation, address as above
for circular, er subscribe to Southern Agricul?
turist, published by W. C. Mac murphy A Co.,
at Augusta and Savannah, Ga., at the low
price of 25 cent? per anuna Nov 30 imo
Murray & Lanman's
The most celebrated and
most delightful of all pei*"
fumes, for use on the hand?
kerchief, at the toilet, and
in thc bath, for sale by all
Druggists and Perfumers.
Schedule on Bine Ridge Railroad.
.-i-ri Leave Anderson.4.20 P. II.
g?SSpraBd Pendleton.5.20 "
T-?? Purmin? . .6 00 *'
Arrive at Walhalla?......t>."....?7JJ0 ??
Leavo Walhalla.8.80 A. M.
Arrive at Anderson.6.10 "
Waiting at Anderson one hour for the arrival
of the up train on the Greenville and Columbia
Railroad,.oxeopt on Saturday, when they will
wait until tho train arrives.
March 4 W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup,
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R. R
i GENERAL FREIGHT A TICKET OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 23.1869.
TUE following Passenger Schedule will go
iuto effect on this Road on and after SUN?
DAY next, 26th instant:
Leave Augusta, at.4.00 a. m.
.. Columbia, 8. C., at.-.9.40 a.m.
Winnaboro, at.11.40 a. m.
Cheater, at.-1.40 p. m.
Arrivo at Charlotte, N. C.4.20 p. m.
Making connections with Trains of North
Carolina Road Tor all points North and East.
Loave Charlotte, N. C.,at.10.30a. m.
Cheater, at-1.25 p. m.
Winnsboro, at - --2.57 p. m.
Columbia, S. C., at. 5.07 p.m.
Arrive at Angosta.9.50 p. m
Making close, connections with Trains of
Central and Georgia Railroads for Savannah,
and all points in Florida, Macon, Columbus,
Montgomery, Mohile, New Orleans, Selma,
Chattanooga, Memphis, Nashville, Louisville,
Cincinnati, St. Louis, all pointa South and West
Palace Sleeping CarB on all Night Trains.
Through Tickets sold, and Baggage checked to
all principal pointH.
are- Passengers by this route GOING NOBTH,
have choice of THREE DIVFEBENT BOOTES.
C. BOUKNIGHT, Superintendent.
E. R. DOBSKY, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agt.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
GENERAL SUPT'S OFFICE, SEPT. 15, 1869.
THE following Sche
?dale for "Passenger
Trains will be observed from this date:
DAY FA8SENOER THAIN.
Leaving Columbia at.7.45 a. m.
Arriving at Columbia at. 4.40 p. nf
NIGHT EXFBESS THAIN.
Leaving Columbia at. 5.50 p. m.
Arriving at Columbia at.4.45 a. m.
THE CAMBEN Til AIN-TUI-WEEKLY.
(Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.)
Arrivo Columbia 11.00 a. m. Leavo 1.20 p. m.
Arrivo at Ringville in time to connect with
through mail train South.
DAILY (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED ?
Leave Camden 6.35a.m. Ar Ringville 9.20 a.m.
Lvo Ringville 3.15 p. m. Ar Camden 6.05 p.m.
Sept 16_EL T. PEAKE. General Snp't.
Greenville and Colombia Railroad.
ON and after WED NES -
?DAY, January 19, the fol?
lowing Schedule will bo run daily, Sunday
excepted, connecting with Night Train on
South Carolina Road, np and down, and with
Night Train on Charlotte, Columbia and Au?
gusta Road going South: <
Leave Columbia. 1.00 am
.1 Alston . i?.40 a m
" Newberry. IfS-10 am
Arrive Abbeville. 3}.00 pm
" Anderson. 4.J?0 p m
.* Greenville. 5 Od? p m
Leave Greenville. 5.45 a m
Anderson. 6.25 a Lr.
Ahboville. 8.00 a m "
" Nowberrv. 12 35 pm
" Alston. 2.10 pm
Arrive Columbia. 3.45 pm
The Train will return from Belton to Ander ?
son on Monday ami Fridav mornings.
J AMES O. MEREDITH, Genei al Snp't ?
~ Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
rarfHS - vr2 ON and after thc 18th October.
5!Qre2_2?i) .Passenger Trains will leave Spar
taubiirg C. li. on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, at 7.3u a, m., and arrive at Alston at
1.85 p. m., conuecling with Greenville down
train. Reluming Tuesdays, Thursdays und
Saturdays, leave Alston 9.80 m.; arrivo Spnr
tnnburg 3.10 p, m., aa per following 8ebt tulle.
Down Train. Up 'Train.1
Miles. Arrive. Leave. An ive. Leave,
Spartanhurg 0 7.30 8.40
Pacoltd.10 8.15 S.20 2.50 2.55
Jonesville... 19 8.55 9.<)0 2.10 2.1C
Unionville ...28 9.45 10.10 12.55 1.25
SailtUC.87 1?>.45 10.50 12.15 ? 12.2K
Shelton.48 11.40 11.45 11.20 1L^
Lvlc?Ford..62 12.05 12.10 10.55 lJ.tie
Strother.... 5(1 12.30 12.85 10.30 10.85
Alston .08 1.35 9.30
Oct ll TH OS. B.JETER. President.
Laurens Railroad-New Schedule,
i ui-MyjfiHBn MAIL Traine on this Road rnn to
IgiS^Br?return same day, to connect with
np and down Trains on Greenville and Colum?
bia Railroad, at Helena; loaving Laurens at 5
A.M., TnoHdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
and leaving Helena at 1.80 P. M. same days.
Jnlv 9 L S. BOWERS Superintendent