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THE DAILY J?H<EHIX
"Let cur Just Censure Attend the True Event."
IS Y J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C.. AVEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY ll, 1870.
VOL. VI-NO. 45.
?I ?iimi-?Tih . "Vj >' ! l?ii''-'"i i ? " 'H
Mrt? EDrrort: Presuming that o lotter
of travel may not bo altogether unin
teroatiug to the generality of your read?
ers, I Bond yon this hasty epistle. Leav?
ing the mountain region of Western
Virginia on the evening of tho 20th of
April, wo passed through the beauti?
ful valleys of the Boonoke and Shenan?
doah, bat, unfortunately, "under cover
of darkness," and were unable to enjoy
the magnificent scenery which this coun?
try affords. A glimpse of tho famed
"Peaks of Otter," after day-break, was
all that wo were permitted to behold of
the vast panor.-.ma through which we
passed; At 8 o'clock in the morning, we
arrived ut Lynchburg, that city of in?
numerable hills, but with a hasty upward
glance at its towering heights, we found
ourselves borno rapidly along on the
"South-side," toward Petersburg. Tho
face of the country changes rapidly
mountains, hills and valleys soon disap?
pear, and tho pine-forests and lovel tract s
of Eastern Virginia spread their monoto?
nous lengths in every direction. Thc
change in climate is also wonderfully
visible. Among tho mountains, the trees
are just budding, but ns we advanced,
we found them arrayed in robes of liv?
ing green; beginning with the pale, deli?
cate infant leaf, and changing, as we
were hurried on, into the full, rich foliage
of mature spring-time. At Petersburg,
we spent a day and night. This place
has never recovered from the effects of
the War. It was previously one of tho
most stirring, business localities in the
State, full of life, energy and enterprise,
and aspired to a rivalship with Rich?
mond. Now there is an air of depression
hanging over the place that I could not
aooonnt for. I think it is but a tempo?
rary suspension, however, the result of
the eontinued and unavoidable prostra?
tion of some peouliar branch of trade,
whioh, as soon tho financial and politi?
cal affairs .of the country become settled,
will be revived, and the former prosperity
of this once thriving city restored. I
hope this may| be thc case, for the state
of affairs generally, in Virginia, seems
The route from Petersburg to Weldon
is without interest; the latter placo, from
"time immemorial," the dread of thc
traveling public, seems to be somewhat
improved; it certainly presents a more
oleanly general appearance. We did not
permit ourselves to test its merits as an
"eating place, " from motives of economy,
as well nn because of never having been
able to recover from old prejudices im?
bibed against Weldon, before and during
the war. Changing oars, we took the
train to. Wilmington, which place hat
been improved by a substantial bridge,
Er eventing tho necessity of passenger
eing ferried aoross the river, as wat
formerly done. The country is not at?
tractive, the scenery monotonous and
tiresome; but this seaboard route has thc
advantage of being safe, speedy, auc
very comfortable, affording an uninter
rupted passage through to any poini
South. The cars are in good condition,
and kept scrupulously neat and clean
?in this respect very much improver
rom former years,) and attended by ex
perionoed and, generally, well bred men
as conductors. We bad tho good fortune
to come down under the care of Mr
Jarvis, quite a young man, apparently
but one whose generous expression ant
polite manner at once inspires confideuco
and gives assurance of his gentlemanly
qualities. Obliging and respectful, h ii
kind attentions were gratefully appro
oiated, and will always bo rememberer
with pleasure. May it be the good for
tune of all other parties of "ladies tra
voling alone," to meet with Mr. J. whei
traveling on his route, aud with con
(1 actors, on all other lines of travel, equal
ly polito and obliging.
At Kingsville we again changed cars
and, after a short delay, came on to Co
lumbia, finding the dust aud heat mud
less annoying than at any time dui inj
the day's journey from Wilmington
This is the first opportunity we have har
of visiting Columbia since it was burned
It is, indeed, most painful to behold tin
devastation which has boen wrought ii
this once beautiful city. Tho hear
sickens at the sight of such fearful de
straction of so many bornes, and sr
tnnoh that was lovely and valuable, al
laid in ruins! But there is, fortunately
a ray of sunshine ligbtiug up the gloom
I have been astonished to see so man;
buildings newly erected, and such a mun
ber of others in process of erection, i
stranger is impressed, at onoe, with th
conviction that a spirit of vigoroue
earnest vitality prevails in your midst
and that Columbia, though so loo
buried "beneath the rain? of her forme
greatness,? atm lives, and will soon b
called forth to a glorious resurrection
clothed in a new aud more resplenden
beauty than ever before. That the moe
sanguine hopes of the most sanguin
moy be realized, in this respect, ia th
earnest wish of your corresponded
Many of your new buildings ure exceed
ingly handsome structures. Among th
most prominent is the Colombia Hotel
whioh it has been our good fortuuo to sc
loot as an abiding place, during our sc
joarn in tbo oity. The exterior of th
establishment presents quito a handsom
and imposing appearance, and tho intel
nal arrangements aro very superior. Th
chambers and other rooms aro large, air
and handsomely furnished with carpet
of velvet tapestry, cabinet furniture
rosewood and marble, Ac., every thin
being now and elegant, and with a seri
pulous neatness reigning over every di
partaient. The beda aro supplied wit
the most luxurious hair-mattresses an
immaoulate bed-linen. The table is, ii
deed, unexceptionable, and supplied wit
every delicacy and substantial afforde
by the markets of New York and Charle
ton. Breads of all varieties, and of tl
most delioious kind; poultry, fresh meat
game, ?fee. Everything is well oooket
too, and in sufficient variety, with tl
numerous entrees, desserts, etc., to b
.wilder tho veriest epicure. Tho servants
aro numerous, and scrupulously atten?
tive and deferential; in flue, tho generous
proprietor leaves nothing undone in or?
der to rendor his patrons comfortable,
and ho certainly deserves to bo liberally
supported in his efforts to supply Colum?
bia with what Bhe has nover been favored
before, viz: a hotel equal to tho best of
such establishments in New York. But
for tho gratoful quiet -that reigns in your
city, ono might readily sit amid the ele?
gant surroundings of tho "Columbia
Hotel" nud imagine oneself installed in
the Metropolitan or St. Nicholas.
This evening we expect to continue our
journey Southward-thou North, and
through Virginia. If an occasional hasty
letter would provo interesting and ac?
ceptable, you may hear from us nguiu,
en route. INCOGNITA.
COLUMBIA, S. C., May 9, 1870.
SHAKING AND BURNING}-It is not
nocoaeary to journey from tho tropics to
Alaska in order to experience tho extremes of
boat and cold. Thousands undergo all tho
inconveniences of this thermomctrical chango
overy day, or every other day, aB tho case may
be, without tho trouble of "moving over tho
threshold. A word with UICBO involuntary
Bhakcrs. What aro they doing to expedito
their return to a medium temperature? to
break tho chills and banish thc fever? Aro
they dosing themselves with quinine, thereby
imperilling tho soundness of your boncB and
impairing tho vigor of their brains and ner?
vous system? Homo of thom are, no doubt,
but not tho majority of thom, it is believed.
Tho valuo of HOSTETTERS STOMACH HIT?
TERS, as a harmless and certain specific for
fevor and aguo, is understood and appreciated
in all parts of tho country where intermittents
prevail. Tho residents bf such localities bo?
gia to take it early in tho enring, as a protec?
tion against tho miasma hy which they aro
surrounded; not all of them, perhaps, for a
blind adherence to error is the specialty of
Home people, hut tho greater number.
?If there ia any fixed fact in therapeutics, it
is thia: That the Ritters arc a far better aafe
guard against all tho varieties of periodic
maladies produced by unwholesome exhala?
tions than any drug or compound in the ma?
teria medica o? tho i-Tofesalon. Thia assertion
is made with all duo respect to tho faculty,
hut being an important truth, and ono that
nearly concern i the health of large settlements
in various parts of tho country, and indeed of
tho public at large, it is made fearlessly.
Founded on ampio and impeachable testimo?
ny, it defios disproval;
To break up chills and fovcrs, as well ae to
prevent them, there is nothing sn reliable aa
this wholesome vegetable roe tora ti ve.
Dn. A. L. SCOVILL ia tho inventor of several
medical preparations which have become very
popular, and have been liberally used. Among
his inventions arc "HALL'S BALSAM yon THE
LVNOS" and "LivEnwoitT AND TAR." For the
past six years a better Lung remedy has been
ottered to thc public. Read tho following,
letter from Dr. Scovill. referring to it:
Messrs. J. JV. Harris it Co.-GENTS: I make
the following statement from a perfect con?
viction and knowledge of tho benefits of
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM in curing tho moBt
deep-seated PULMONARY CONSUMPTION! lhavo
witnessed its ellccts on the young and tho old,
and I can truly say that it is by far tho best
expectorant remedy with which I am ac?
quainted. For Coughs, and all tho early
stages of Lung complaints, I believe it to bea
certain cure, and if every family would keep
it by thom, ready to administer upon the first
appearance of disease about tho Lungs, there
would bc very few cases of fatal consumption.
It causes the phlegm and matter to rise, with?
out irritating those, delicate organs, (tho
Lungs,) and without producing constipation
of the bowels. It also gives strength to tho
system, stops the night-sweats, and changea
all thc morbid accretions to a healthy state.
Yours respectfully, A. L. SCOVILL.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
FISHER & HEINITSH, Agents,
M 1 ?Illino Columbia,8. O.
THK MOST I'OPUIiAlt JU li. UM'I MO EX
THE PAIN KIELER is equally
applicable and efficacious to young or old.
THE PAIN KILLER
Is both an internal and external Remedy.
1"iHE PAIN KILLER should he used
. at the first manifestation of Cold or Cough.
THE PAIN KILLER
Is the Great Family Medicine o? thc age. |
THE PAIN KILLER
Will cure Painter's* Colic.
THE PAIN KILLER
Is good for Scalds and Burns.
THE PAIN KILLER
Has the Verdict of tho People in its favor.
I^UE PAIN KILLER
Gives Universal Satisfaction.
THE PAIN KILLER
Reware of IMITATIONS and Co?NTEBFElTS.
THE PAIN KILLER
Is an almo tcortain cure for CHOLERA,
and has, without doubt, beni moro successful
in curing this terrible disease than any other
known remedy, or even the most eminent or
skillful Physicians. In India, Africa, and
China, where this dreadful disease is ever
moro or less prevalent, the PAIN KILLER is
considered, hy the natives, as well as tho
European resident? in those climates, ASURE
THE PAIN KILLER-euch Bottle
is wrapped with full directions for usc.
THE PAIN KILLER is sold by all
Druggists and Dealers in Family Medi?
cines. FISHER A HEINIT8U,
I May 1 tit Imo_ Columbia, S. C.
?P P P P P'P P P P P PP PP
To tlie Working Claas.-Wo aro now pro- ]
pared to furnish all classes with constant em?
ployment at homo, tho whole of tho timo or
for tho spare moments. Business now, light
and profitablo. Persons of either sex easily
oarn from 50o. to $5 por evening, and a pro
I portional sum by devoting their whole time to
tho business. Boys and girls carn nearly as
much as men. That all who see this notice
may sond their address, ?nd test the business,
wo make this unparalleled offei : To such as
aro not well satisfied wo will send (1 to pay
for the trouble of writing. Full particulars,
a valuable sample, which will do to commence
j work on, and a copy ot Ttte People's Literary |
Companion-ono of the largest and boat fami?
ly newspapers published-all sent froo by mail.
Reader, if you want permanent, profitable
work, address E. 0. ALLEN A CO., AUgUBta,
Maino. March 10 |IJ3mo
Largest and moBt completo]
Manufactory nf Doors, Sashes, "t?o
Blinds, Mouldings, Ac, in tho '?u
iSouthern States. J "?a
Printed Price Lint defies competition.
Bend for one. Sent freo ou application.
April 8 tty
Shaw's Cotton Seed Huller.
BRODIE & CO., Agenta,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
April 3 CHARLESTON, S. C. fly
M. BTOREN. J MOnTIMEn OOLDSM1TH.
STOREN & GOLDSMITH,
Successors to M. Stereo &. Co., Dealers in
Dry, Salted, Flint, Green Hides*
CALF ANO KIP SKINS.
TANNERS1 orders solicited and filled with
care and promptness, at our HIDE WARE?
HOUSE, No. 729 King street, above Lino. Of?
rico 2G Market, next O. W. Williams & Go..
Charleston, S. C. Manufacturers of prime
Refined Ta How. April 15 1 m
New York Advertisements.
FROST. BLACK & CO.,
SOLESALE and Itetnll Dealers in and
FIRST CLASS FURNITURE,
Of every variety,
GO Bowery, noir (unul at., New York
Steamboats, Hotels and Public Buildings
furnished at thc shortest notice. All goods
purchased of our house guaranteed as repre?
sented. March 31 3mo
ll W. KBOST: JAMES M.ACK. OEO. SN VD ER.
NEW YORK HOTEL,
D. M. HILDRETH & CO., Proprietors,
NEW YOKK CITY.
THIS HOTEL, so widely and popularly
known as the favorito resort of Southern?
ers, while sojourning in this city, has been re?
leased for a term of yeard hy its present pro?
prietors, aud is now in process of thorough
renovation. No expense will be spared to
render it, as in days ol' yore, an agreeable
homo tor its patron:*. The proprietors, while
tendering their eiligere thanks for tho very
liberal support they have received, beg leave
to assure, their guests that in the futuro the
Hotel will retain its former well-earned repu
tatiou._April 27 2mo
ENOCH MOIlOAPi'S SONS. 1809'
211 Tr<is/u?if//ou street, N. Y.
S A PO Ll 0
FOR cleaning Windows, without water; re?
moving Stains from Marbi? and Paint;
Bolishiug Knives, no scratching; washing
.iahes, scrubbing Floors, Floor Cloth, Tables,
Rath Tubs. Ac ; polishing 'J iu, brass, Iron,
Copper and Steel Wares; removing Gums, Oil,
RtiBt and Dirt from machinery, Indispensa?
ble for House Cleaning, and all uses, except
washing clothe*, lt costs but a fuw cents,
and is sold hy all good Grocery, Drug and No?
tion Stores. Wholesale by all dealers in
Charleston. April '20 -fly
no O LE Y ^
Tho standard reputation attained by thisnnnvnl.
id and infallible Yeast Powder during twelve years
H?et, is due to ita perfect purity, hcalthfiilneep and
iconomy. Put up in tins, actual weight, as re?
invented, and will krep for yearn.
Thc quantity required for tine is from one-fourth
o oiic-fialfloss than other Raking Powders.
Sold by Grocers throughout thc United States.
DOOLEY & BROTHER,
Manufacturers and Proprietors.
_ 69 Nero Street. New York.
JAMES COSNKR'8 SONS
Type and Electrotype Foundry
Nos. 28, SO, 82 Centre Street, New York.
ALARGE Assortmtnt of English and Ger?
man faces, both Plain and Ornamental,
kept on hand. All type osBt at this establish?
ment is manufactured from the metal known
as Conner's unequaled HARD TYPE METAL.
Every article necessary for a perfect print?
ing office furnished.
Tho type on which thia paper is printed, is
from the above Foundry. Maren 30 Cmo
ROBERT WOOD & CO.,
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS.
/""I ARDEN and Cemetery adornments, Ca et,
\JT Wrought Iron and Wiro Railings, Fount?
ains, Vu ne?, Verandas, Settees, Arbors, Chun?,
Spiral and straight, in every variety of pat?
tern. New and improved styles of Hay Racks,
Mangers, Stablo Fixtures, Stall Division?, Ac.
PATENT WIRE WORK.
Railings, Storo Fronts, Door and Window
Guards, Farm Fencing, Ac.
Having fitted up our Foundry with special
reference to tho above class of work, wo arc
now prepared to fill with promptness all or?
ders for Dronzo Castings of Statuary, colossal,
heroic, and lifo size.
O UN AMENTAD IRON GOODS.
Tho largest assortment to bo found in tho
Duitcd Ht ate?, all of which aro executed with
the express view of pleasing tho tasto, while
they combino all tho requisites of beauty and
Purchasers may rely on having all articles
carefully boxed and shipped to the placo of
Designs will bo sent to those who wish tc
make a solectinn, April 8 tim
Aa a Family Medicino,
It Stands, and Will Forever Stand
FIRST in tho estimation of tho people, be?
cause it has withstood tho searching tests
of tho Physician and a discriminating public,
and whatever survives this trial must bu es?
tablished on a sure, firm foundation.
A SPRING AND SUMMER MEDICINE.
A known and recognized remedy among all
people Thousands attest ita worth as a Medi?
Heinitsh's Queen's Delight
Is a substituto for Calomel and Mercury. It
acts by its vegetable principio as an altera?
tivo upon thc Diver and Stomach, promoting
the secretion of hilo, and then directing it in
its proper channel for tho nutritive purposes
of digestion. For Bilious Diseases. Bilious
Colic, Bilious Fever, Typhoid Fever, Chills and
Fever, in fact, all fevorB, aro prevented by
using Queen's Delight.
It curca Livor Complaint, and all Hepatic
Disorders, Dyspepsia, Stomach Complaints,
Scrofula, King's Evil, Cancerous and Indolent
Tumors, White Swellings, Mercurial and
Syphilitic Soros, Old Sores, Swelled Legs,
Boils, Carbuncles. Eruptions, Goitre or Swelled
Neck, Enlarged Joins, Rheumatism, Blotches,
Erysipelas, St. Vitus' Dance. Dropsical Swell?
ings, Salt Rheum, and all Skin diseases and
Humors in tho Blood, Inflammation of thc
Kidneys, Bladder, Pains in tho Back and
Sides, Asthma, Consumption, Bronchitis, and
all ('.i seas es which may bo traced to bad blood;
aud for very many diseases peculiar to fe?
males, such as Suppression, Irregularity,
Whites. Sterility, Uterine Dropsy, Ac.
SKIN DISEASES. o
It has been prescribed in a great variety cf
Cutaneous Affections, and found successful in
curing Salt Rheum, Tetter, Boils, Blotches,
Pimples, Scald Head, Erysipelas, Morphew,
Jaundiced Skin, Ac, and for Diseases of and
Discharges from tho lining membranes nf tho I
Throat, Noao and Ears, and from tho Kidneys I
and Urinary Passages, Leucorrluea, Ac.
INVIGORATOR OF THE LIVER.
As a Liver Invigorator it is of inestimable
value As a stimulant, it is safer and surer
than all thc rum and whiskey tonics of the
day, and if you value your lifo and health a
pin's fcc, avoid these quickening stimulants
to the grave, and HBO thu Queen's Delight.
Females of delicate constitution, Buffering
from weakness and depression of mind, incon?
sequence of tlioso complaints which nature
imposes at the period of change, have a plea?
sant and sure remedy in tho Queen's Delight.
There, in no medicino equil to the Queen's
Delight in caseB of Debility. It imparts a
tone and vigor to tho whole system, strength?
ens the appetite,causea an enjoyment of food,
enables tue stomach to digest it, purities thc
blood, gives a good, sound, healthy com?
plexion, eradicates tho yellow tinge from tho
eyes, imparts a bloom to the cheeks, and
changes tho patient from a short-breathed,
emaciated, weak and nervous invalid to a full
faced, Blunt and vigorous person.
Generally accompanies Liver Complaint or
Dyspepsia, and is, frc fluently produced by con?
tinual constipation. The symptoms are, liutter
ing at tho heart, a choking sensation, when in
a lying posture, dots or webe bofore tho sight,
fever and dull pain in tho head, constant
imaginings of evil, and great depression of
debility of tho Nervous system should
always be dreaded as of itself laying thc body
open'to an attack of any epidemic.
HOW IT AFFECTS THE MIN?.
Person? atlbcted with this disease are gene?
rally annoyed by occurrences of no moment,
which would not, if in a atato of health, givo
them any uneasiness. The Queen's Delight
will soon relieve the unpleasant effects of thia
Bo Biiro and uak Tor HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S
DELIGHT; tho new remedy, with new princi?
ples. No Sarsaparilla in it; that has been
tried and found wanting, lt is not a fer?
ment ttl und sour combinat ion of herbs. It is
not a Whiskey beverage, or Gin compound, to
intoxicate-nor is it a Rum Bitter?, lo ruin
your health and load to a more fatal disease,
drunkenness. Rut a health and life-giving
Medicine, called simpb "Heinitsh's 'QUCCU'B
Tho great success, and the unparalleled
popularity of ?his medicine bespeaks for it the
highest praise for tho inventor. Prepared
only by E. H. HEINITSH, Druggist.
And for ?ale by Druggists everywhere.
April 80 j_ __
" S X G- EC *1? . "
ITIS A FACT
THAT the celebrated perfected SPECTA?
CLES aud EYE GLASSES, manufactured
by Lazarus A Morris, Hartford, Connecticut,
strengthens and prosorves the Eyes-assists
the Sight most brilliantly, and lasts a great
many years without change.
ISAAC SULZBACHER, Jeweler,
Columbia Hotel Row, ie tho solo appointed
Agent in Columbia, S. C., and vicinity, for Hier
jaie. Dec 31 Iv
The Great Reputation
Which K0SE0O has ult ni nt. tl in all parts
Of thc country,
As a Great and Good Medicine,
And tho largo numbera of testimoni?is
which are constantly being received from
Physicians, and poraons who have REEN CURED
by its use, ?B CONCLUSIVE PROOF of its UEHARK
AS A BLOOD PURIFIER
IT HAS NO EQUAL,
TheMo?tPowerfal Vegetable Alterative
DISEASES OE THE DLOOD.
"Tho lifo of the flesh is in tho blood," is a
Scriptural maxim that Scionco proves to bo
truo. The people talk of bad blood as thc
causo of many diseases, and, liko many popu?
lar opinions, this of bad blood is founded in
The symptoms of bad blood aro usually
quito plain. Bad digestion causes imperfect
nutrition, and, consequently, tho circulation
is feeble, the soft tissues Ieee their tono and
elasticity, and tho tonguo becomes pale,
broad and frequently covered with a pasty
white coat. Thia condition Boon shows itself
In roughness of tho akin, then in ERUPTIVE and
ULCERATIVE diaeaBCB, and, when long conti?
nued, resulte in serious lesions of tho Brain,
Liver, Lunge or Urinary Apparatus. Much,
very much, Buffering is caused by impuro
blood. It is estimated by some that one-fifth
of tho human family are affected with Scrofula
in somo form.
Whon tho Blood is pure, you are not so Hablo
to any disease. Many impurities of tho Blood
ariso from impuro diseases of largo cities.
Eradicate every impurity from the fountain of
life, and good spirits, fair ukin and vital
strength will return to you.
K O S K O O I
LIVER J N VI G ORA TOR!
JUclng thc Only Known medicine
That EFFICIENTLY stimulates and CORRECTS
tho hepatic secretions and functional DERANGE?
MENTS of tho LIVER, WITHOUT DEDILITATINO
tho Byatcm. While it acta freely upon the
Liver, instead of copious purging, it gradually
changes the discharges to a perfectly natural
Symptoms of Liver Complaint and of
some of those. Diseases produced by it:
A sallow or yellow color of the skin, or yol
lowish-brown spotaon tho face and other parts
of the body; dullness and drowsiness, some?
times headache; bitter or bad tasto in tho
mouth, internal heat; in many cases a dry,
teasing cough; unsteady appetite; sometimes
sour stomach, with a raising of tho food; a
bloated or full feoling about tho stomach and
sides; aggravating pains in thc aides, back or
breast, and about the shoulders; constipation
of the boTcls; piles, flatulence, coldness of
tho extremities, &c.
O S EL O <Z> !
Is a remedy of Wonderful Efficacy in thc cure
of diseasea of tho Kidneys and JSladder. In
these Affections, il is as near a specific as any
remedy cnn he. It docs ita work kindly, silently,
and surely. Tho Relief which it affords ia hoth
certain and }>erceplible.
DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS AND
Persona unacquainted with the structure
and tunctions of the Kidneys, cannot est?malo
tho importance ot their healthy action.
Regular and sufficient action of the Kidneys
is as important, nay, even more, so, than regu?
larity of the bowels. The Kidneys remove
from tho Blood those ef?uto niHtter? which, if
permitted to remain, would speedily destroy
life. A total suspension of tho urinary dis?
charges will occasion death from thirty-six te
When tho Urine is voided in small quanti?
ties at the time, or when there is a disposition
to Urinate more frequently than natural, or
when tho Urine ia high colored or scalding,
with weakness in thc small of tho back, it
shonld not he trifled with or delayed, out
Koskoo should bc taken at once to remedy tho
difticultv. beforo a lesion of tho orgaua takea
placo. Moat of tho diseasea of tho Bladder
originate from thoso of Hie Kidneys, the Urine
hoing imperfectly secreted in tho Kidneys,
prove irritating to tho Bladder and Urinarv
passages. When we recollect that medicino
nover roaches the Kidneys except through tho
general circulation of tho Blond, wc seo how
necessary it is to keep tho Fountain of Lifo
Meet.i with great euccoss in tho cure of
Diseases of Nervous System.
Almost nine-tenths of ourpeonlc suffer from
nervous exhaustion, and are, therefore, liable
to ita concomitant evils of mental depression,
confused ideas, soficning of tho brain, insani?
ty, and complete breaking down of thc general
health. Thousands are suffering to-day with
broken-down nervous systems, and, unfortu?
nately, tobacco, alcohol, Into hours, over-work,
(montai and physical,) aro causing disoases
of the nervous system to increase at a fearful
The symptoms to which diseases of tho ner?
vous system give riso, may bo stated aa fol?
lows: A dull, heavy feoling in the head, some?
times moro or IOSB severo pain or headache;
Fer toconal Headache, Dizziness, Noises or
Hinging in tho Head; Confusion of Ideas;
Temporary LOBS of Memory; Dejection of
Spirits; Starting during Sloop; Bad Dreams;
Hesitation in Answering Questions; DulInoBB
of Hearing; Twitching of tho Faco and Arms,
Ac-, which, if not promptly troatod, lead to
Paralysis, Delirium, insanity, Impotency,
Apopfexv, Ac, 4c.
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"THE LIFE IS THE BLOOD."
FROM it wo doriveourstrongtb, beauty and
mental capabilities. It ia tho centro of
our being, around which revolves all that
makes exiatenco happy. When thia Bourco is
corrupted, tho paiulul effects aro visible in
many shapes, prominent among which is
This is a taint or infection of the human
organism, and probably no one is wholly freo
from it. It exhibits itseb* in various shapes
as Ulcers and Sores, Decayed Dones. Diseased
Scalp, Sore Eyes, Weak and Diseased JointB,
St. Vitus' Dance, Foul Discharges from thc
Nostrils, Eruptions, Glandular Swellings,.
Throat Affections. Rheumatism, Heart Affec?
tions, Nervous Disorders, Barrenness, Disor?
ders of tho Womb, Dropsy, Syphilitic Affec?
tions, Liver Complaint, Halt Rheum, Dyspep?
sia, Neuralgia, Loss of Manhood and General
It has been ibo custom io treat these di?
seases with Mercury and other Mineral sub?
stances, which, though sometimes producing
a euro, often provo injurions, and entail mise?
ry in after lifo. Tho long known injurions
properties of theso so-called alteratives and
purifiers has lcd tho philanUiropical man of
science to explore the arena of nature, tho re?
sult of which hap been the discovery of vege?
table products which posses tho power of
eradicating these taints from tho Blood.
Compound Extract of
Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight
Is the acknowledged antidoto to all Blood
Diseases. By its UBO the afflictions above
enumerated can bo permanently banished,
Source.-the Centre of Life-the Blood,
bo maintained in all its purity, and vigor.
Foi Diseases produced by. tbo usc of
Mercury, nml for Syphilis, with, ila ?rain
I of evils, this compound la tbc only nure
To tho poor creature, enfeebled in mind and
body, by secret practices, whoBO nerves are
nnatrung, und countenance down-cast,
Is a blossing. Try it fairly, and your nerves
will bo restored to their wonted vigor, and
your dejected conntenance bo made radiant
with the consciousness of
Being freo from violent minerals, it is
adapted to general use. The old and young
may uso it; the most delicate female at any
timo may take it: the tender infant, who may
havo inherited disease, will bo cured by it.
For Purifying the Blood,
EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA
When used in tho Spring, it removes all
[ humors which infest the system, and ba?
nishes tho languor and debility peculiar to
[ that soaeeii of tho year.
It acts promptly on tho
LIVER AVD KIDNEYS.
Producing a healthy actiou of the important
I organs by which all the impurities of tho sys?
tem are carried off, and tbs result is
A Clear Skin, Good Appetite, Buoyant Spirits.
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AUGUSTA, GA ,
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John P. Thomas, f Vice-presidents.
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