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Mitrailleur or Mltralllcuitef
That woapon that's to play tho deuce
With Prnssian troops, by such a rattling,
Upon tho principio of Gatling,
Of bullets fierco. that all will fain
Skedaddle from its leaden rain
Wie heiBst, Mein Herr, this ravager,
Mit railleuse-or Milra illeur?
Upon tho answer must depend
Vast consequences to each friend
Of woman suffrage. Do you say.
The point of this escapee you-"en?
Why, mitrailleur is maeoulino,
And mitrailleuse is feminine;
Now, woman, somo say, hae no right
To vote, unless she'll also fight;
And if this foarfnl bullet sonder,
Provo to be of tho female gonder,
Why, then,.tho sex can vote-that's flat
'CauBO it can slaughter. Verbum sal.
A Story ny Donn Platt.
Mauy years ugo, an eminently success?
ful actor, a tragedian, and therefore, a
fraud, took it into his dramatic skull to
build a castle on the Hudson. Ho turned
the project ovor to an accomplished
architect, and us ho furnished abund?
ance of monty and no interference, in
due time bis castle was completed, and
looked to the eye as if it bad been there
a thousand years, more or less. Tho
architect, a poetioal fellow, lot loose
bis fancy, and no one looking at the in?
terior or exterior could complain that it
was not a castl? in and out, and all
around. To complete the illusion, there
was no end of bidden door-ways and
mysterious passages leadiDg from one
part to the otber, and to this work of
art, after its completion, tho architect,
in the absence of the owner, brought
friends and patrons to show to them
what a work bo had accomplished.
Of this sort, ono summer's day, was a
party of visitors, and among them au
exceedingly beautiful woman, at that
time holding a high position ia society.
She waa singlo, accomplished and rich,
and although surrounded with suitors,
astonished her little world by remaining
single. Sho bad been for many years
abroad, and about a part of her life there
was said to be a mystery, and ono or
two people claimed to know all about it.
But whether they did or not, they kept
all to themselves, and no one could tell
how, at last, certain stories came to be
current. So strong were they after a
time, that society gave the poor girl the
cold shoulder, and she was exoluded
from the circles where she bad once
Sucha thing could not happen now.
Since the great war, we have changed all
that. We don't bother ourselves abput
little indiscretions, and we glorify great
frauds, and fairly worship magnificent
The poor girl disappeared from so?
ciety, and some said that sim had gone
abroad again, and others 'that'sho had
entered a convent. Be that as it may,
in the course of time, the big actor,
having a tremendous row with his wife,
grew tired of his castellated play-thiug,
and ended by selling.it to tho Catholics,
at one-half its cost. The Catholics
turned it into a school for girls, and put
the school under the caro of somo pious
sisters. They have since built a huge
brick structure in the rear of tho actor's
castle, that makes the last named resem?
ble a huge mustard pot, so dwarfed is it
by the house behind.
Among these Sisters was one of great
beauty called Sister Agatha, who was a
dragou of virtue and pious humility.
She had nothing to do with the school,
bat was herself prepsring for a higher
walk in religious life, proposing in time
to take the veil and pasB from ordinary
existence into one of prayer and medi?
One day a little girl, some eight years
of age, was entered os a pupil by a
motherly-looking old woman, wlio paid
the year's board and tuition ia advance,
and giving tho proper references and ad?
dress, disappeared. The child was ex?
ceedingly delicate and ere the half year
was out, had to be removed to the infirm?
ary and put under medical treatment.
All that tender nursing and the bust
skill could do for the little sufferer, was
done, but done in vain. She seemed
gradually to fade away,'until the doctor
said there was no hope-the child was
dying of the consumption.
One bright moonlight night tho Sister
in attendance upon the dying child sat
with her fane to the only door that opon?
ed into the room, and near which was an
altar, willi its dim light, the only one
beside tho moon that illumined the large
apartment. As the Sister sat listening
to the quick breathings of tho dying
child, she was startled by a slight rust?
ling noise of a dress, and tnrniug, was
struck with a ohill of terror to see a form
in white kneeling by the child's bed.
Filled with superstitious fear, she sauk
upon her knees, and with" a beating heart
prayed long and earnestly. When she
nguiu looked up, the form ic white had
When daylight came tho poor Sister,
a simple-minded woman, dreading tho
ridicule that might attach to hor story,
said nothing. But that night again sho
was subject Lo the visitation and samo
fright. By tho bed knelt the strange
figure in white, coming she could not
tell from whore, and disappearing as
This straugo event continued night
after night, until tho poor Sister on
watch was nearly exhausted. She
noticed that the apparition appeared at
about tho same hour,, and that waa 3 in
the morning. Once she saw it slowly
approach tho bed, and then she saw it
when moving away, ^?nd it seemed to
disappear through the wall. One morn?
ing, and the last of her trials, she was
startled by a suppressed scream and the
sound of a body falling on the floor.
She fled, horribly frightened, from tho
room. Returning with tho Sister Supe?
rior, to whom sho had hurriedly stated
the facto, the two found, in the cold
light of morning that broke in through
the long, narrow windows, the dead
body of the poor child, and on tho
floor, with n stream of blood from her
open mouth, that of Sister Agatha.
And as thoy gazed in frightened silcuce,
the resemblance between the two struck
They sleep together in ono grave,
marked only by a cross. Sendiug for a
builder, the walls were esnmincd and a
secret passage found betwoeu the dormi?
tory of tho Nuns and the infirmary of
tho seminary, that was carefully walled
.'Well," said Ringbolt to tho gen
tlemau who gavo us these facts, "I
dou't make the connection. What has
the fashionable girl to do with Sister
Agatha, or Sister Agatha with the con?
.*I don't know," replied our inform?
ant. "I only relate the story as it was
told mo." " D. P.
New York Advertisements.
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Ang 19 i_,_t7mo
JADIES COXNEK'S SONS
Type and Electrotype Foundry
Nos. 28, 30,32 Centre Street. New York.
ALARGE Assortment ot English and Ger?
man faces, both Plain and Ornamental,
kept on hand. All type cast at this establish?
ment is manufactured from the metal known
as Connor's unequaled HARD TYPE METAL.
Every articlo necessary fox a perfect print?
ing office furnished.
The type on which this paper is printed, is
from thc above Foundry. March 30 Gmo
"The Carolina House."
nrtins HOUSE has always enjoyed the repn
JL tation of being tho best place in the city
for obtaining thc coolest and most delicious
mixed drinks. Tho new brand ot Whiskey,
THE HIBERNIAN, is something out of tho
ordinary run. Call and see mc. ou Washing?
ton street. RICHARD BARRY,
ROBERT WOOD & CO..
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS.
/~i ARDEN and Cemetery adornments, Cast,
V~T Wrought Iron and Wiro Railings, Fount?
ains, Vases, Vorandafj, Settees, Arbors, Chairs,
Spiral and straight, in every variety of pat?
tern. New and improved styles of Hay Racks,
Mangers, Stable Fixtures,. Stall Divisions, Ac.
PATENT WIRE WORK.
Railings, Store Fronts, Door and Window
Guards, Farm Fencing, Ac,
Having fitted up our Foundry with special
reference to tho above class of work, we arc
now prepared to fill with promptness all or?
ders for BronzeOa8tings of Statuary, coloseal,
heroic, and life size.
ORNAMENTAL IRON GOODS.
The largest assortment to bo found in tho
United States, all of which aro executed with
tho express view of pleasing the taste, whilo
they combine all tho requisites of beauty and
Purchasers may rely on having all articles
carefully boxed and shipped to the place of
Designs will ho sent to thoee who wish to
mako a selection, April 13 6m
To the Traveling Public.
IF you want a Fine, Large, Airy ROOM,
stop at the EXCHANGE HOUSE, on Main
street, whore you can got a good Meal at the
regular timo. If you are busy and not tbero
at Meal times, yon can order it when you
como, without extra charge.
RATES, per day, $2.50; per week, lees.
Stables on tho premises.
PAYSINGER & FRANKLIN,
R. BARRY & CO., COLUMBIA, S. C.
THIS delicious CORDIAL is made from tho
young buds of the Pine, and its uso we
confidently recommend to thoso who suffer
from Throat and Lung Diseasos, as well aa
thoso who snffor from Rheumatism and Dis
oases of tho Kidneys.
Manufactured by It. Eun-y it Co.
This CORDIAL is mado from tho irnit of
the "Bitter, or High Bush Blackberry," and
is very fiue. Tho valuable properties* ol tho
Blackberry aro well known.
Manufactured by R, Darry it Co.
This Cordial is made from thc fresh plant.
Tho use of Mint as a Stomachic and Anti
Spasmodic, is known to all.
Wo offer to the public tho abovo Cordials.
They aro our own manufacture, and aro made
from the best materials. Tho spirit used is
that from tho grape; (we use no other;) thc
Bugar is thc finest refined, and thc other in?
gredients are all frosh and pure. These Cor?
dials aro entirely freo from drugs and the
essential oils, so much used at the present
day in tho manufacture of Cordials, Bitters
and Liqueurs. Tho Blackberry ie slightly
spiced; the others ara without spice.
Independent of their medicinal qualifi?e,
those Cordials will bo found grateful and plea?
sant as boveragea or light stimulants. Cor?
dials should not bo UBed boforo 'thc morning
meal-_R. BARRY A CO.
Hungry people, go to Pollock's.
Thirsty people, go to Pollock's.
EDWARD . H. HEINITSH,
DRUGGIST JINL APOTHECARY,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
The Drug and Chemical Store,
At tho old stand of Fisher & Hoinitsh,
OPPOSITE PHONIX OFFIOE.
_p WHEREDRUGS and MEDICINES
dfl*miBgfc.nf cvorv kind will bo nold for cash,
\ Y?T^f&^ remarkably low prices; where
jSJfejg I'hvHiciaiiB' Frescriptions and Fami
/&OL ly Recipes will bo prepared, under
jnr. neinitaWs personal supervision
and care. Where also thc following indispen?
sable articles mav bs had:
FRESH CONGRESS WATER,
Fresh Citrate Magnesia,
Flavoring Extracts, finest quality,
"Toilet AriiclcH and Cologfues,
Toilet and Bath Soap, for thc shin and com?
Bathing Sponges, Flesh Brushes,
Bakers' Broma and Cocoa,
Prepared Wheat, Farinaceous Food, for in?
fants and invalids,
Pure Extract ot Calf's Feet for Jelly, and for
improving Soups and Gravies,
Gelatines, Coxes & Cooper's, in sheet and
COLOGNES and PERFUMES for tho Toilet.
Tho prophylactic cbaracter of Perfumed
Waters and Odors has in all ages received thc
sanction of cininont aud learned Physicians.
The frequent uso of these has often restored
thc Bick and fooble to health and strength.
Circassian Bloom mid Bloom of Youth, for
rendering tho Skin soft and fair as Alabaster
Marble; removes all blemishes, freckles and
Aromatic Blackberry Syrup, for Bowel Com?
plaint, admirably adapted for children.
Essence of "Jamaica Ginger." Persons
traveliug towards tho mountains or tho sea,
will find this articlo an indispensable requi?
sito. For salo by E. H. HEINITSH,
July 1 Druggist and Apothecary.
"EDWARD H. HEINITSH,
Successor io Fisher ?fc JTeinitsh.
Druggist aud Apothecary,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
R THE subscriber, having purchaeedthe
interest ?^ Dr. J0?111 Fisher, desircB to
GtLwaQiwunco that he will continuo tho
DRUG BUSINESS, at thc old stand, and as
sumo tho entire managernont, assisted by Mr.
HUGH ROLA>-U WILTEEIIOEB, a son of tho late
Dr. J. R. Wiltberger. of Charleston, a young
man, correct and reliable, and of promising
ability in Iiis profession. To the friends and
patrons of tho old firm, to whom tho sub?
scriber feels under obligations for favors
shown, he returns his acknowledgments and
In taking charge of the business, heasBurca
his friends and tue public that no effort will
bo spared, on his part, to sustain the high
character and well-known reputation of tho
old house. By assiduous and unremittod at
attoution, personal supervision in tho com?
pounding of medicines and the preparation of
Physician's prescriptions, ho hopes to secure
a continuance of those favors hitherto so
liberally and generously bestowed.
E. H. HEINITSn,
July 1_"Druggist and Apothecary.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN tho best manner/by first class workmen,
ENGRAVING finely executed.!
Dec IC WILLIAM GLAZE.
(1 HE AT
Purest Medicated Cordial of the Age.
ALTERA TIVE~A??~TI-BILIO?S and
IN VIG ORA TIRU PR OPER TIES.
/,rD.ne ?. LIPPMAN's great
/ /TRADE M Ar}i, GERMAN BITT
II i ?'ERS ?B prepared
My ffpk/~Si ^t&\K C ? *rom tue original
mf SM?VV (i German receipt
lVlL/Cl^^^9l8av now m possession
I tt?r v^rvwJ^nw --v' of the proprietor?
\Ww&j/flvflC^ V^1101! ia I'10 samo
^?L&jim^ftX1 '?^f?^3PRPPARFTTL0N that
wdfikK ImZi&b XT ? * waH used in Ger
^KTO^**r^^^^t^^y^^f~ runny upwards ot
,^B^^^?^V^^^^*v' remedy of Gcrma
^^^?fc'g^^'IlJy<>e^-^ uy, recommended
" ?y *'e raoid cmi
i^V X nenl physicians.
GREAT GERMAN BITTERS
Is composed of tho purest alcoholic essence of
Germany's fuvoritc beverage, impregnated
with Hie juices and extracts of rare herbs,
roots and barks; all of which combined make
it one of the bt-bt and Mircst preparations for
thc cure of
Dyspepsia, Loss oi Tone bi the Stomach and
Digestive Organs, Nervous Debilitv, Lan?
guor, Constipation,Liver Complaint,
General Exhaustion, and aa a
PBEVENTJ VE FOR CHILLSAND FEVER
MALARIOUS DISEASES GENERALLY.
Will lind LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS thc bvBt tonic known for tho diseascsto
which they arc generally subject, and where a
gentle stimulant is rece- amended.
SAVANNAH, March IC, 1870.
Messrs. Jacob Lippnxan ? Bro., Savannah,
Ga.-GENTS: I have oefore me your esteemed
lotter of tho 11th inst., containing various
documents relativo to your "German Bitters."
After a careful examination I must confess
that your Bitters is really what you represent
it to be, an old German rccipo of Dr- Mitch
erlich, of Berlin. Prussia. It will no doubt bo
excellent for dyspepsia, general debility and
nervous diseases, and is a good preventivo of
chills and fever. I find it to bo a most de?
lightful and plcKfcinit stomachic. I remain
yours truly, (Signed) AUG. P. WETTER.
KIRKLAND MILES, GA., March 22, 1870.
Messrs. Jacob Lijqmwn <Jt Bro., Bmggisls,
Savannah, Ga.-GENTLEMEN: T nave intro?
duced your Great Griman Billers hero to my
customers and friends, and I find better sale
for it than any I liavo ever kept before. Those
who have tried it approve ol it very highly,
and I do not hesitate in saving that * it ia far
Buperior in value to any other Bittere now in
use. Yours, respectfully,
(Signed) W. KIRKLAND.
Depot in Columbia, 8 C., at GEIGER A
MCGREGOR S, Druggists.
Wholesale Ascents for tho State of South
Carolina-DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, HENRY
BISCHOFF ic CO.. GLACIUS & WITTE,
STEFFENS, WERNER A DUCKER, Charlo*
ton. S. C. June 2 Iv"}
LIFE AND TOMINE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF TOE SOON,
NO. 30 BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON', S. C.
WM. MCBURNEY, Pr?sident. I GEORGE r. BOGGR, Secretary.
E. P. ALEXANDER, Yiee-Pres. and Actuary. JOHN T. DAP.BY, M. D., Medical Adviser.
J. F. G ILMER, Vicc-P., reeidcnt m Georgia. AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE, Solicitor.
E. NYE HUTCHISON, Yice-Presidout, reei-1 JAMES CONNER, Counsel,
dent iu North Carolina. - j
William McBurney, J. Eli Gregg, John B. Palmer, Henry Bischoff,
William C. Bee, J. Harvey Wilson, R. O'Neale, Jr., Wm. G. Whilden.
Robert Mure, lE. Nye Hutchison, John T. Darby, M. D., A. S. Johnson,
Andrew Simonds, Z.B." Vance, Wm. M. Shannon, George H. Moffett,
John R. Dukes, M. McRae, D. Wyatt Aiken, Jame.-. Conner,
Geo. W. Williams, J. F. Gilmer, Giles J. Patterson, George E. Bogge,
James R. Pringle, William Duncan, Rev. James P. Boyce, John H. Devereux,
Lewie D. Mowry, John Scrcven, Robt. L. McCaug?irin, E.P.Alexander,
Wm. K. Ryan, John L. Hardeo, George H. McMaater, E. J. Scott.
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS deposited with Com;d:.:;cr-Gcueral for protection of Pedi
? Moro than ONE MILLION DOLLARS of Assurance applied for!
This Company, having complied wiih all the conditions of its Charter, is now prepared tt
issue tho usual forms of Lifo and Endowment Policies on the cash evstem.
CASH PREMIUMS! CASH, DIVIDENDS! CASH POLICIES!
All Policies uon-forfeitablo after thc paymcDt of ONE Annual Premium.
Paid-up Policies issued on surrender of tho original for an equitable amount.
Purely MUTUAL! No Stockholders! All profits DIVIDED among tho Policy-Holders.
Dividends declared annually.
Dividends once declared aro non-forfcitable, and may be used to reduce tho Premium, to
increase tho amount of Assurance, or to make the Policy self-sustaining. Dividends loft with
tho Company, bowover applied, may he used, in case of need, to pay Premiums.
Invostmens confined by Charter to tho most solid and reliable Securities.
neg- Patronize the only Lifo Asaurancoin the State, and keep your MONEY AT HOME.
Joly 19 3oco
The Cotton States
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
General Office at Jitocon, Georgia.
OF which $100,000 is deposited, as required by the charter, with State authorities of Gerrgia,
and (50,000 in South Carolina, under Act of Legislature, for security ot policy-holders.
The business of this strictly Southern and ter GOLD POLICIES will be inned to those
Homo Company ?B confined by law to logiti- preferring them.
mate Life Insurance alone. POLICIES ISSUED Ampio provision AGAINST ronraiTCBE of PO?
ON ALL THE ArraovED MUTUAL PLANS. The licios in tue expressed terinb of the contract;
Company bas also added thc jToidinc System and rights of Policy-holders dearly defined in
(of dividends) to its othor plane. (Seo Ma- Policies. ANNUITIES, with part?cpation in
nual.) Profits, granted. The Company will always
Ninety per cent, of profits on the Mutual j purchase its Policies at their cash *aluo when
business divided annually among all tho Mn- j desired. Wo offer tho people oftheState same
tual Policv-holdere, without exception. One- i financial security as Northern Mu. ual Compa
third LOAN ON PREMIUMS given when nies, the accumulating premium! of the in
desired-tho interest to be provided for by the j sured, and in addition thereto, a Capital
Compauy out of tho Dividends. Notes for j commencing with $508,000.
Premium LoanB not required. Non-participat- . This Stato represented in tho management
mgr Policies granted at greatly reduced rates. at Macon by South Carolina Strckholders.
Wo, tho undersigned, Jiavina examined the Charter ami Prospectus of the 'Cotton States"
Life Insxtrance Company, Parent Oflicc. Macon, Ga., do cheerfully recommend?t to tho people
of North and South Carolina as a reliable Southern Institution, Mutual in i:s working, and
strictly confined to tho business of Life 7?u?ur<inoe,witli a guaranteed capital imple for safety;
and *$100,000 securely invested (to accord with the requirements of the Charter) for the
security nf policy-holders.
Signed by COL. WM. JOHNSTON, President C., C. and A. Railroad, Charlotte, N. C.
GEN. JOHN A. YOUNO, President Rock Island Factory, "
Ex-Gov. Z. B. VANCE, Attornov-at-Law. '
COL. T. II. BREM and JOSEPH ft. WILSON, Attornoy-at Law. "
GEN. WADE HAMPTON, JOHN W. PARKER, M. D , Collin. !> C.
JOSEPH D. POPE, Attoruey-at-Law, " W
COL. A. C. HASKELL, Attorncy-at-Law, C. D. MELTON, '? f
W. F. DESAI-SHUBE, A. N. TALLEY, M. D., Prof. S. C. I'n'Hrsity, Columbia.
COL. J. G. GIBBES, Factor and Commission Merchant, !
BLANDINA A RICHARDSON, Attorneys-at-Law, Sumter, >. C.
A. A. GILBERT, Editor Watchman, .'
H. P. HAMMETT, Ex-Presidont G. A C. Railroad, Greenville, S. C.
COL. JAS. H. RION, W. R. ROIIERTSON, Winnshoro, S. C.
GENS. M. C. BUTLER and R. G. M. DUXNOVANT, Edeefield, L. C.
A. P. ALDRICH, barnwell, S. C. (JI N. W. W. HtttLLEE, Marion, S. C.
GEO. A. TUENHOLM A SON, Charleston, S. C.
GEN. E. M. LAW, Yorkville. B. I). BOYD, Pre.-idmt Bank, Nun ben.v. S. C.
J. A. INGLIS, Maryland University, lorim rly (d fccuth Carolina.
GEN. ROIIERT TOOMRH, Georgia. " JOHN P. KINO, Augusta, Ga., and others.
OFFICERS AT MACON, GEORGIA-William B. Johnston, President; Wm. 8. nott, Yice-Prcsidcut;
Oeorgo S. Obear, Secretary; John W. Burke, Genoral Agent C. F. McCay, Actuary ; W. J.
McGill, Superintendent of Agencies; Janies Mercer Green, Medcal Examiner.
ADVISORY BOARD OK Poncy-HoLDEns, NORTH AND SOUTH CAR ?LIN A.-Gen. Richard H. Ander?
son, Sumter, Preeidont; Col. James H. Rion, Winnshoro; Cel. Wm. Wallace, Columbia; Dr.
Samuel W. Bookhart, Fairfield; Col. James Farrow, Spartanhnrg; Col. B. W. Ball, Laurens:
B. D. Bovd, President Bank, Newberry: Col. James G. Gibbes, Columbia; Capt. Samuel
Stradley, Greenville: Gen. E. M. Law, Yorkville; Gen. John '.). Kennedy, Camden, Ac.
LAVAL. BLACK & GIBBES, General Agents foi North and South Carolina,
*f50,000 eince deposited in South Carolina. fApriWS] Office Columbia, S. C.
f Largest arni most complete] "TTa
j Manufactory ol Doors, J-'-, shes, ? ~S?X
? blinds. Mouldings, ?Vc., ill the f ~o??
I Southern Stuten. J "vU*
V it t? Prier List I'rfi^t competition*
It'ot une. Sent tree on application,
Shaw's Cotton Seed Huller.
BRODIE ?Sf CO., Agent?,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
April 3 CHARLESTON._S. C._fly
Wiils House, Charleston, S. C.
Tills elegant and cf : imodious HOUSE hav?
ing been renovated and newly furnished
. brough out, is second to none in tho South.
Nov lg _J. PAUKER. Proprietor.
SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE,
NOVEMBER 1, 1870,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
JS3T Most liberal Premiums offered in every
department of Agriculture and Mechanic Ari;.
Premium List published in Pamphlet Form.
July 1 Brno
'THE LIFE 19 THE BLOOD."
FROM it we derive our strength, beauty and
mental capabilities. It is the centre of
our being, around which revolves all that
makes existence happy. When this source is
corrupted, tho painful effects are visible in
many shapes, prominent among which is
S C R O K U 1. A .
This is a taint or infection tho human
organism, autl probably no one is wholly tree
from it. It exhibit* itself in various shapee
as Ulcers and Sores, Decayed Rones. Diseased
Scalp, Sore Eyes, Weak and Diseased Joint?,
St. Vitus' Dance, Foul Discharges from the
Nostrils, Eruptions, Glandular Swellings,
Throat Affections. Rheumatism, Heart Affec?
tion*. Nervous Disorders, Barrenness, Disor?
der of tho Womb, Dropsy, Syphilitic Affec?
tions, Liver Complaint, Salt Rheum, Dyspep?
sia, Neumigia, LOM- of Manhood and General
It has been the cuttom to treat these di?
seases willi Mercury and other Mineral sub?
stances, which, tin.ugh sometimes producing
a cure, otten provo injurious, and OL tail mise?
ry in after lifo. Tho long known injurious
properties of these .so-called alteratives and
purifier? his led the philanthropies! mau of
science t'_esploro the arena of nature, there
suit of >i tiich ha*> been ihe discovery of vege?
table products which poseen the power of
eradicating these ti.ints from the Blood.
Ia a blessing. Try it fairly, and your nerves
will be restored to their wonted* vigor, and
your dejected countenance be made radiant
with the consciousness of
Being free from violent miuerr.'i-. it is
adapted to general use. The old and young
may use it; tho must delicato female at any
tiino may take it: the tender infant, who may
havo inherited disease, will he cured by it.
For Purifying the Blood,
EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA
When used in the Spring, i'. removes all
humors which infest the system, and ba?
nishes the languor and debility peculiar to
that season of thc year.
It acts promptly on the
Ll VIC It AND KIDKEY8,
Producing a healthy action of the important
organs by which all the impurities ol the sys?
tem are carried off. and tlie result is
Fot Dl.tiurH produced by the tia? of
mercury, and for Syphilis, with Ita i rain
of evil?, tull rompan n<l la the ouly sure
To the poor creature, enfeebled in mind and
body, by secret practices, whose nerves are
unstrung, and countenance down-east,
3D DEL. TUTT'S
Compound Extract of
Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight
I? the acknowledged antidote to all blood
Diseases. By its usc the afflict irme above
enumerated "can be permanently banished,
Source-thc Centre, cf Life-the Blood,
be maintained in all its purity and vigor.
..1 Clear Ski't, Good Appetite, Buoyant Spirits,
WM. H. TUTT & LAND,
AUGUSTA, GA ,
And sold bv Druggists everywhere.
April 15_fimo ?_
I. H. COLEMAN,
OFFICE, Du. QEIGER'H, North-east corner of
Plain and Assembly streets. All business
promptly attended t?._?!La:v_?!L3?l?_
Smokist8 fiud chewists, cull nt the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad,
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S; C., Anguet IO, mo.
tS?mVWSSS???H CHANGE of Schedule,
kfcWo&ZSmtor Sunday Train:
Up-Leave Columbia.8.00 a m
. " Alston. "J 80 a m
" Frog Level.10.40 a ni
" Nowberry.11.05 a ni
Arrive at Helena at.11.15 a m
Down-Leave Heleua. 2.45 p m
" Newberry.2.55 pm
" Frnjr Level. 3.15 pm
" Midori. 4 15 p m
Arrive at Colon JJ.I. 0.00 p m
Above Schedule will bo run on Sunday after
this date. JOHN H. MORE,
TO Baltimoro and Return any time previous
to the 15th of October next, can bo pur?
chased at the Ticket Cilice of tho South Caro?
lina Railroad, at GREATLY REDUCED
Notice to Contractors.
WIL., COLUMBIA A AUGUSTA II. R. CO.,
WILMINGTON, N. C., July 15, byro.
QLALED Proposals will bo received at this
O ofllce until Slut August, proximo, for build?
ing the exit ?)bion of this road from Sumter to
Columbia, including Grading, Trestle Work,
Masonry and Bridges, or any portion ot the
Specifications, Maps and Profiles can bc
teen at this oflice, where any information re?
quired will bc given. Proposals will be en?
dorsed "Proposals." Tho Company rteeivc
the right to reject any bid.
JOHN C. WINDER,
July 31 lino_Chief Engineer.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
Le ave Anderson.1.20 P. M.
Arrive at Walhall?.7.00 "
Leave Walhalla.5.00 A. M.
i? Ferr Wi IV.....5.45
" Pendlet.CIO M
Arrive at Amie.. > n.7.2o "
Waiting at Anderson one hour for tho arrival
of up train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
July 31_ W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup,
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GENERAT SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
ConuiiuiA, 8. C., July 25, 1870.
ON ?tia after MON
?DAY, August 1, the fol?
lowing Schedule will bo run daily, Sundays
excepted, connecting with Night Trains on
South Carolina Road, up and down, also with
Trains going South on Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad:
Ur-Leave Columbia. 8.15 a m
'* Alston. .. 0.38 a m
*' Newberry..:. 11.03 am
Arrive Abbeville- .. . 3.00 pm
" Anderson. 4.30 pm
" Greenville. 5.00 pm
DOWN- Leave Grconvillo. 7.00 am
" An?; ; -on. 7.30 a m
/.bb? *.de. 9.00 a m
" Newberry. 12.47 pm
" Alston. 2.30 p m
Arrive Columbia. ?5.45 p m
July 28 JOHN H. MORE, Gen'l Sup't.
Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
UNTONVILLE, JONE 21,1870.
flS: T?HT E3ffiSgB5 PASSENGER Trains on
flWP-U^**?i?^*t** thin road ron daily:
On Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and
Saturdays the down trains will leave Spartan
burg Court House at 5.30 a. m., and arrivo at
Alston at 11.00 a. m; returning leave Alston
at 12.00 m., and reach Spartanbnrg Court
House at 5.30 p.m. On Tuesdays the down
trains will leave Spartanburg Court House at
7.30 a. m., and arrive at Alston at 1.00 p. m.;
returning leato Alston at 2.15 p. m., and reach
Spartanburg Court Uouso at 7.00 p. m. On
Thursdays thc down trams will leave Spartan?
burg Court House at 3.45 a. m., and arrivo at
Alston at 8.35 a. m.; returning leave Alston
at 0.30 a. m., and reach Spartanburg Court
House at 2.40 p. m.
June 23 THOS. B. JETER. President.
The North and South United,
BY tho great Metropoli?
tan Through Paesenger
Route. Seo that your Tickets are good tia
Petersburg, Weldon, Raleigh and Charlotte.
NORTH CAROLINA R. R. TIME TABLE.
Trains East. Trains West.
ARIIIVE. LEAVE. AnniVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte. 4.15 p m 10.00 a m
Salisbury.C. 14 p m G. 19 p m 7.37 a m 7.5C a m
Greensb'o.8.57 p m 9.02 p ni 5.06 a m 5.14 a m
Raleigh.. .1.00 a m 1.45 a m 12.00 m n 1.00 a m
Goldsboro.5.30 a m 8.30 p m
A Freight and Accommodation Train leaves
Charlotte daily, at 3.40 a. m., and arrives at
12.25 p. m. ALBERT JOHNSON, Sop.
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R. R
THE following is Pas
Leave Augusta, at. 4.CO a. m.
Columbia, S.C., at.. 9.40 a.m.
Wiunsboro, at------- - -11.40 a. m.
Chester, at--------- - 1.40 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C. 4.20 p. m.
Leave Charlotte, N. C.,at.10.30a. m.
Chester, at-.1.25 p. m.
Winnsboro, at-2.57 p. m.
Columbia, S. C., at. 5.07 p.m.
Arrivo at Augusta.9.50 p. m
Making close connections with Trains of
Contrai and Georgia Railroads for Savannah,
and all points South and West.
Palace Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
Through Tickets sold, and Baggage checked to
all principal points.
t(W Passengers by this route GOING No?Tn
have choice of THHEE DIFFEHENT BOUTES.
Leave Columbia. C15p. m
Arrrive at Augusta. S.SOa. m
Leave Augusta. 4.15 p.m.
Arrive at Columbia. 1.30 a. m.
C. E'JCKNIGHT, Superintendent.
E. R. DoggKY, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agt.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
COLUMBIA, B.C., MAT 13, 1870.
In?aK.'^KsSari^BBry day, 15th May, tho
Paesenger Trains upon tho South Carolina
Railroad it Ii] . r.i the following schedule:
- .Ul CU AHLESTON.
Leave Columbia.7.45 a m
Arrive at Charleeton. 3.30 p m
Leave Charleston.8 30 am
?rrive at Columbia.4.10 p m
ron At oceTA.
Leave Columbia.7.45 a m
Arrive at Augusta.4.25 p m
Leave Augusta.8.00 a m
Arrive at Columbia.4.10 p m
NIGHT EXPRESS THAIN (SUNDAYSEXCEPTED).
Leave Columbia.7.50 p m
Arrive at Charleston.(1.45 a m
Arrive at Augusta.7.05 a m
Lcavo Charleston.7.30 pm
Leave Augusta.COO p ni
Arrive at Columbia.COO a m
. Camden and Columbia Paesenger Trains
will run Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays;
and between Camden and Ringville daily.
Leave Camden.0.85 a m
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 a m
Leavo Columbia.1.00 p m
Arrive at Camden.5.40 p m
_ _n. T. PEAKE, Gen'l Snp't.
Exchange House Bar and Restaurant.
OPEN at all hour?-where von cnn alwavs
find the best of WINES, ALES, LIQUORS
CIGARS, Ac. Fresh Lager Beer on icc.