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?DULI SH ED DAI LT AND Tm-WEEKLY. THE ?ni CV EU Y WEDNESDAY MORN INO. BY JULIAN A. SELBY, EDITOR AXD ?BOPBIKTOI1. Office on Main Street, above Taylor. ??.Book and Job Printing of ovory dotcnp tion promptly and faithfully attonded to. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted in the Daily at 75 conts per equaro for tho first and 50 conta oach subsequent in? sertion. Long advertiaoments by tho week, month or yoar, at reasonable rates. 8?3B0BIPTION. Daily, six mouthe, $4 00; Tri-Weekly, 2 5- ; Weekly, 1 50._ Tito Two Worlds. Two worlds thero are. To ono our eyes wo strain, Whoso magic joys vro shall not soo again: Bright bazo of inorniug veils its glimmering shore. Ah, truly broathod we thoro Intoxicating air; Glad were our hearts in that sweet realm of Nevermore. The lover thovo drank ber delicious breath Whoso love has yielded since to chango or death; The mother kieaed her child whoso days aro o'er. Alas! too Boon have fled Tho irreclaimable dead; Wo Bee them-visions strango-amid the Nevermore. The merry Bong aomo maidens nsod to sing The brown, brown bair that once was wont to cling To temples long clay-cold-to the very core They strike our weary hearts, As Borne vexed memory et art s From that long-faded land-the realm of Novermoro. It is perpetual Summer there. But hero Sadly wo may remember rivers clear, And harebells quivering on the meadow floor. For bf lghtor bells and bluer, For tender hearts and truer, People that happy land-the realm of Novermore. Upon thc frontior of this shadowy land, Wo, pilgrims of eternal sorrow, stand. What realm lies forward, with its happier . store Of forests greon and deep, Of valleys hushed in Bloop. And lakes most peaceful? 'Tis tho land of Evermore. Very far off its marble cities aoom Very far off-beyond our sensual dream Its woods unruffled by tbo wild wind's roar; Yet docs tho turbulent Burge Howl on its very verge. Ono moment-and wo breathe within tho Evermore. They whom we loved and lost BO long ago Dwell in these citios, far from mortal woo Haunt tboso frosh woodlauda, whoDCO sweet carolinas soar. Eternal peace have thoy: * God wipes their tears away: They drink that river of lifo which flows for Evermore Thither wo hasten through these rogioue dim. But lo! the wido winga of tho Seraphim Shine in the suu-sctl On that joyous shore Our lightened hearts shall know Tho lifo of long ago, Tho sorrow-burdened past shall fade for Evormore. PI ur 1? Twalu'iPnnorauia Story. Tho following "entertaining history of a scriptural panorama" is one of Mark Twain's best contributions to humorous literature: "There was a fellow traveling around in that country (said Mrs. Nickerson) .with a moral religious show-a sort of scriptural panorama-and he hired a ?wooden-headed old slab to play the piano for bim. After the first night's perform? ance, tho showman says: ..My friend, yon seem to know pretty muoh all tho tunes there aro, and you .worry along first rate. But then, didn't you notico that sometimes, Inst night, the piece you happened to bo playing was a little rough on the proprieties, so to speak-didn't Beem to jibe with tho general gait of tho pic tur o that was pass? ing at the time, ns it were-was a little foreign to the subject, you know-as if you didn't either trump, or follow buit, you understand?" "Well, no," tho fellow said; he hadn't noticed, but it might be; he played along just as it came bandy. "So they put it up tb ut the simple old dummy was to keep bis eye on tho pano? rama af ter that, and as soon as u stun? ning picture was reeled out, he was to fit it to a dot with a pioco of music that would help tho audience to get tho idea of the subject, and warm them up like a camp-meeting revival. That sort of thing would corrul their sympathies, the showman said. ..There was a big audience that night -mostly middle-aged and old people, v who belonged to the church, and took a strong interest in Bible matters, and the balance pretty much yoong bucks and heifers-they always come out strong on panoramas, you know, because it gives them n chance to taste one another's mugs in the dark. "Well, the showman bogan to swell himself np for his lecture, and the old mud-dobber tackled the piano aud run his fingers up and down once or twico to see that all was right; and the fellows behind tbo curtain began to grind out the panorama. Tho showman balanced his weight on bia bips and flung bis eyes over bia shoulders at the scenery, and said: " 'Ladies and gentlemen, tho painting now before you illustrates tbo beautiful and touching parablo of the Prodigal Son. Observo tho happy expressions just breaking over tbo face of the poor, suffering" youth-so worn and weary with his long march; noto also tho ocstacy beaming from the uplifted countenance of the aged luther, and tho joy that sparkles in tho eyes of tho excited youths and maidens, and seems ready to burst in a welcoming chorus from their lips. The lesson, my friends, is as solemn and instructivo ns tbo theory is tender and beautiful. "The mud-dobbor was all ready, and tho second time tho speech was finished, ho struck up: "Oh, we'll get bliud drunk, When Johnny cornea marching home." "Some of the people giggled, and sonio groaned a little. Tho showman coV?dVlTsay a word. He . looked at the piano sharp, btitrhe was all lovely and nerones-be didn't "know" th?re was any? thing oat of gear, ' j "The panorama moved on, and tho showman drammed ap his grit, and started in afresh: "Ladies and gentlemen, the fino pic? ture now unfolding itself to your gaze exhibits one of tho most notable events in Bible history-our Saviour und His disoiples upon tho Son of Galileo. How grand, how awo-inspiring aro the reflec? tions which the subject invokes 1 What | sublimity of faith is revealed to us in this lesson from the snored writings! Tho Saviour rebukes tho nugiy waves nnd walks securely upon tho bosom of the deep!" "All nround tho house they were whis? pering: 'Oh, how lovely! how beauti? ful!" and tho orchestra lot himself out nguiu : "Oil, a life on thc ocean wave, And a homo on tho rolling deepl" "There was n good deni of bouest suickoriu' turned on this time, nud con? siderable groaning, and ono or two dea? cons got up and went out. Tho show mnu grnted his teeth, nud cursed tho pinuo mnn to himself, and tho fellow ant there like a dog,-nud seemed to think he was doing first-rate. "After things got quiet, the showman thought ho would make ono moro stag? ger at it anyhow, though his confidence was beginning to get mighty shaky. The supes started the panorama to grinding again, and ho said: "Ladies nnd gentlemen, this exquisite painting illustrates the raising of Laza? rus from the dend by our Saviour. The subject Ima been hnudlcd with rnre nbility by the artist, nnd such n touching sweetness and teuderuess he hns thrown into it, that I hnve known peculinrly sensitivo persons to be ovon ailee!ed to tears by looking nt it. Observe tho hnlf confused, half-inquiring look upon the face of the awakening Lazarus. Ob? serve, also, the attitude and expression of tho Saviour, who takes him by the hand, while he points with tho other to? ward the distant city. "Before anybody could get oft' an opi? nion in the case, tho innocent old ass at thc piano struck up: "Como, riso up, William Iti-i-lcy, And go along with mel" A clergyman having called up a class of girls and boys, began with oue of the former in these words: "My dear child, tell me who made your vile body?'* She had no idea of the question applying to anything beyond her personal appenr nnco, and dropping a quick courtsey, replied, "Please, sir, mother mado the body, but I made the skirt." New York Advertisements. JAMES CONNER'S SONS United States Type and Electrotype Foundry PRINTERS' WAREHOUSE, Kos. 28, 30,32 Centre Street. Kera York. ALARGE Assortment ol English and Ger? man faces, both Plein and Ornamental, kept on hand. All tyne cast at this establish? ment is manufactured from the met al known as Conner's unequaled HARD TYPE METAL. Every article necessary for a perfect print? ing office furnished. Tho typo on which this paper is printed,'is from tho abovo Foundry. March 30 Gmo ESTA. ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS, 180?. 211 Washington street, X. Y. FOR cleaning Windows, without water; re? moving Stains from Marble and Paint; polishing Knives, no scratching; washing Dishes, scrubbing FloorB, Floor Cloth, Tables, bath Tubs, Ac; polishing Tin, Rrass, Iron, Copper and Steel Wares; removing Gums, Oil, Rust and Dirt from machinery. Indispensa? ble for House Cleaning, and all uses, except washing clothes, lt costs hut a few cents, and is sold bj' all good Grocery, Drug and No? tion Stores. Wholesale hy all dealers in Charleston. April 20 fly IF YOU WANT A FIRST-CLASS GOLD OR Silver WATCH and CHAIN, call at ISAAC SULZBACHER'S. IF von want a FINE SET OF JEWELRY, call at ISAAC SULZBACHER'S. IF von are in need of SOLID SILVER or PLATED WARE, cull at ISAAO SULZRACHER'S. IF vour eves aro failing, and von want tho BEST SPECTACLES, call at* ISAAC SULZBAOHER'S. IF you want a good and reliable TIME-PIECE or CLOCK, call at _ J""? 1_ISAAC SULZBACHl-Rl'S. "The Carolina House." flMIIS HOUSE has always enjoyed the repu L tation of being tho best place in the eitv for obtaining the coolest una most delicious mixed drinks. Tho new brand ot Whiskey, THE HIBERNIAN, is something out ol'the ordinary run. Call and seo mn, on Washing? ton street. RICHA1?I) HARRY, April 7_ Proprietor. Beer! Beer ! ! elOME dealers in this city have been in doubt j that I could hold out supplying them with Boer this Hummer. I now inform the public that I have a largo supply of old Lager Beer on hand, which I putagainst any Beer brought from the North, or oven imported from Ger? many, as to purity and strength. I am ready to test it hy tho Deer scalo. Aug 20_JOHN C. SEEGERS. Fulton Market Pickled Beef. BUFFALO TONGUES, Mutton Hams, Smoked Reef, Picklod Pig Pork. Picklod Salmon, for salo hy March 8_E. HOPE. Final Notice. IHEREBY give noticothat thirty days from dato I will mako application to Hon. W. H. Wigg, Jndgo of Probate, for final dischargo as Executor of Estate Harmon Nenflor. HENRY E. SCOTT. COLUMBIA, Juno 15,1870. June 1fi j!3 Seed Peas. 7PT BU8HEL8 primo Clay Cow Poas, for IJ aocd, for salo by E. HOPE. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powders, THE host now in uso, for salo bv May 20 HARDY SOLOMON. Thirsty people, go'to Pollock's. ? (Formerly 'WUso*???.)'/'-. HAVING purchased Dr. Taylor's interest In thia property, the Bubscriber proposes to j open the Boarding HOUHO on the 18th of Juno, under tho BUporviaion of J. W. WilliamB, late of tho Mansion HOUBO, Charlotte. The train on tho Charlotte and Bnthorford Bead leaves Charlotte at 7 o'clock a. m., daily, (except SuudayB,) and arrives at Cherryvillo at ll o'clock, where good Hacks, with careful drivers, will ho roady to convoy passengers to tho Springs at reasonable rates. cnAnoEs ron noAnD. $3 por day; $ 15 per week; $-18 for four wooka. For children and servants, in tho uanal pro? portion. Children under two years, no charge. A liberal discount made to families and par? ties spending tho whole season in tho House. Tho subscriber would avail himself of this occaaion, to acknowledge, very gratefully, tho liberal sharo of patronago heretofore extend? ed to these Springs bv t ho public. JOHN J. BLACKWOOD, Juno 28 Imo goat Cftico Shelby, N. C. The Healing Springs, RATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA, WILL bc open on tho 15th JUNE. They aro accessible by tho Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, from Milboro depot, twenty three miles by stages, crossing tho Warm Spring mountain and passing tho Warm and Hot Springs, or from Covington dopot, sixteen miles, over a fino turnpike of easy grade, in full view tif tho celebrated Falling Springs and tho fine scenery on Jackson's Biver. reraouB leaving Richmond or Waahington in tho morning can reach tho Springs that night, or remain at Covington and arrivo at tho Springs next morning. Pamphlets attcating tho virtuo of tho wa? ters to bo had of the proprietors, or of Messrs. Purcell, Ladd & Co., Richmond, or of tho agent at the Springs. TELEGRAPH OFFICE at tho Springs. Board, $3 per dav; $20 per week, and $75 per month. M. H. HOUSTON, M. D., Resident Phvaician. R. M. QU ABLES," Agent. DUKLOP & MCCANCE, ) Huon Wi FUY, > Proprietors. A. Y. STOKES. _ J_Juno 111 th m 9 Williamston Springs. THE large and commodious HOTEL at this delightful watering placo haB been tho? roughly repaired, and titted up with now Fur? niture, under tho superintendence of JOHN A. MAYS, and will ho opened on tho 20th of J JULY, for tho accommodation of visitors. No pains or expenso will ho spared in providing for tho comfort and enjoyment of gueatB. With tho advantage of a superior Hotel, in a healthy and beautiful country, added to tho curative properties of tho water, and tho plea? santness of thia delightful village, wo believe that tho invalid or plcaBiiro-seekcr can find i no placo of tho kind hereabout where tho time will bo spent moro profitably or agreeably. Tho Rooms are large and airy, and aro BO ar? ranged aa to furnish many con veniencos, espe? cially to families who do not wish to he sepa? rated. Tho Table will bo alwavB furnished with tho heat tho country and cities can afford, and in their culinary department, they would Bay, that they have secured tho aervicca of thoao who cannot fail to please, oven tho most fas? tidious. Complete facilities are likewise afforded for amusements; in a word, thc proprietor flatters himself that'ho has lott nothing undone that might alford pleasure and comfort of his guests. A few good horses and buggies will bc found constantly on hand, for tho accommodation of visitors. HATES OF no A lin : Ter Dav.$ 2.50 Per Week. 12 00 Ter Month.35.00 Special arrangements will bo mado with families at a lower rate than the above. Jpne28 lmo _ JOHN A. MAYS. Glenn's Springs, SPARTAKOURO COUNTY, S. C. THIS delightful Watering Place, unsurpassed by any m tho South, for its medicinal _ "qualities, is now open for the Bummer. Invalids and pleasure-seekers should not fail to viait thia Spring. Bowling Alley, Billiard Saloon, Croquet Grounds are being fitted up tor tho amusement of tho guestH. Faucy Balla during tho summer. Rooms newly and comfortably furnished, and thc Table sup? plied with tho best of everything. Stages di? rect from Spartanhurg to Hotel. Charges $35 per month. W. D. FOWLER, _June 23 Imo Proprietor. Montgomery White Sulphur Springs, V. SUMMER, lHTO. THIS elegant establishment will bo oponed for the reception of visitors on tho first day o? JUNE, 1S70. Tho Proprietors, with the experience of the last summer, and having made many changes in tho different departments of this extensive Watering Place, each of which it will bc their endeavor toiMI'HOVB, extend aplcasaut recep? tion to their patrons. The Cottages aro largo and commodious, separate and distinct from each other, and fitted up with now Furniture. Every effort of the Proprietors will be put forth to make their guests comfortable, and it will be their aim to keep up tho reputation of the MONTGOMERY WHITE SULPHUR. Tho social aa well a? thc gay will lind that this place has peculiar advantages over many of the Watering Places of Virginia. An elegant Band of Music has been ae-cured. Bowling Alleys, Billiard Saloons and baths have been titted up fer tho amusement and comfort ot guests, PostOflice, Expresa Office, Telegraph Office on thc premises for the convenience and intercourse with all parts of tho world. Passengers will procure tickets via Virginia and Tenncssco Railroad to Big Tunnel, and take the Springs Branch Railroad, which lauds them directly in the Reception House at the Springs. Board S3 lier day; $20 pf^r woek; $70 per month. For further particulars, address WILSON A LORENTZ, Proprietors. Mav 1? 2mo Whore to Stop. Williams' Hotel, Formerly Harvey House, SP vu TA Mir lt *; C. H., s.e. CONTINENTAL HOTELS, LA UR ENS C. H., S. C. J. Y. H. Williams, Proprietor. A ^WLi^yx MY friends and tho traveling gm[tf9__Kj2 public are respectfully in ^??ffrtHfifSg' termed that tho above named ^^T^*?wpff*- HQ l l'.l,s are now under my control; anti they may rout assured that the reputation of thc two houses will be fully kept up. Tho Rooms are comfortably furnished and tho Tables will bo supplied with the beat of everything. _Ma>2 3mo "NICKERSON HOUSE/' COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA. THIS pleasantly located HO? TEL, unsurpassed by any House in tho South for comfort _ land healthy locality, ia now opon to Travelors and others seeking accom? modations. Families can ho furnished with nico, airy rooms on reasonable forma. "A call is solicited." My Omnibus will bo found At tho different depots-passengers carried to and from tho II o tel freo of charge. Nov 3_WM. A- WRIGHT. Old Java Co Hbo. MATS Old Government JAVA COFFEE, for salo at reduced prices. E. HOPE 20 Connoisseurs, go to Pollock's. To Physicians! To Physicians! NKW'TOBK, Anguat 15,18C8. ALL JW moto call your attention to my PREPARATION OP COMPOUND EX? TRACT BUCHU. Tho component parts are BUCHU, LONO LEAK, CURERS, JUNIPER DERRIL'S. MODE OF PREPARATION.-Duchu, ia vacuo. Juniper BorrioB, by distillation, to form a lino gin. Cubobs extracted by displacement with spirilB obtained from Junipor Berries; very little BUgar is used, and a email proportion of spirit, lt is moro palatable than any now in uso. Duchu, as prepared by Druggists, is of a dark color, lt is a plant that emits its fra? grance; thc action of a flame destroys tins, (ita activo principle,) leaving a dark and glu? tinous decoction. Mine is tho color of ingre? dients. The Buohu in my preparation pre? dominates; thc smallest quantity.of the other ingredients aro added, to prevent fermenta? tion: upon inspection, it will bo found not to be Tineturo, as made in Pharmacopeia, nor is it a syrup-and thereforo can he used in eases wbcro fovcr or inflammation exists. In thia, you havo tho knowledgo of tho ingr?dients and tho mode of preparation. Hoping that you will favor il with a trial, and that upon inspection it will meet with your approbation. With a feeling of con tidonco, I am, very respectfully, ll. T. HELMHOLD, Chemiet and Druggist of lt) years' experience. [From tito largest Manufacturing Chemists in thc H'or/d.] NOVEMBER, 4, lS?l. "I am acquainted with Mr. H. T. Holmbold. Ho occupiod thc Drug Store opposito my resi? dence, and was BUCCCBBTUI in conducting thc buBincss where otherB had not been equally so before him. I have been favorably im? pressed with bia character and enterprise. WILLIAM WEIGHTMAN, Firm of PowcrB it Wcightman, Manufacturing Chemists, Ninth and Brown streets, Philadelphia. HELMROLD'S HELMROLD'S HELMROLD'S HELMROLD'S HELMROLD'S HELMROLD'S HELMBOLD'S HELMROLD'S HELMDOLD'S HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU, FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU, FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU, FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU, FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU, FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU, FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU, FLUID EXTBACT BUCHU, FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU, FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU, For weakness arising from indiscretion, thc exhausted powers of nature, which aro ac? companied by eo many alarming symptoms, among which will bo founel Indisposition to Exertion, LOBB of Memory, Wakefulness, Hor? ror of Disease, or Forebodings of Evil, in fact, Universal Lassitude, Prostration, and inability to enter into tho enjoyments of so? ciety. The constitution, onco affected with Organic Weakness, requires tho aid of Medicino to strengthen ana invigorate tho system, which HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT DUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT RUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT DUCHU HELMROLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMROLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU invariably does. If no treatment ia submit? ted to, Conuumption or Insanity ensues. HELMBOLD'S " HELMBOLD'S HELMROLD'S HELMROLD'S HELMBOLD'S HELMROLD'S HELMROLD'S HELMBOLD'S HELMBOLD'S HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT OF BUCHU, FLUID EXTRACT OF LUC HU, FLUID EXTRACT OF BUCHU, FLUID EXTRACT OF BUOHU, FLUID EXTBACT OF BUCHU, FLUID EXTRACT OF RUCHU, FLUID EXTRACT OF BUCHU, FLUID EXTRACT OF BUCHU, FLUID EXTBACT OF BUCHU, FLUID EXTRACT OF BUCHU, In Affections peculiar to Females, is une? qualed by any other preparation, aa in Chlo? rosis, or Retention, Painfulness or Suppres? sion, Ulcerated or Schirms state of the Ute? rus, and all complaints incident to tho sex, or the decline or chango of life. HELMROLD'S HF:LMBOLD'S HELMBOLD'S HELMBOLD'S HELMBOLD'S HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU FLUID EXTRACT RUCHU FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU FLUID EXTRACT RUCHU FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH will radically exterminate from tho system diseases arising from habits of dissipation, at littlo expense, littles or no change in diet, no inconvenience or exposure; completely su? perseding those unpleapaut and dangoroua remedies-Copaiva and Mercury-in all these di senses. Use HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT RU? CHU in all diseases nf these organs, whether existing in Male or Fe-malo, from whatever cause originating, and nt? matter of how long standing. It is pleasant in taste and odor, "immediate" in action, and moro strengthen? ing than any of tho preparations of Bark or Iron. Those suffering from broken down or deli? cate constitutions, procure thc remedy ?it once. Tho reader mus? bo aware that, however slight may be the attack of the abovediseaues, it is certain to affect tho bodily health and mental powers. All tho above diseases require the aid of a Diuretic. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTBACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTBACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTBACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCniJ HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTBACT RUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTBACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU Ia the groat Diuretic. Sold by Druggist? everywhere. PRICE-?1.25 per bottle,Ol ll bottles for ?t?.?O. Delivered to any address. Describe symptoms in all communications. Address n. T. HELMBOLD. II. T. HELM BOLD, H, T. HELM BOLD, H. T. HELMBODO, H. T. HELM BOLD, H. T. HELMBOLD, H. T. HELMBOLD, Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 594 Broadway, New York. NONE ARE GENUINE UNLESS DONE UP IN STEEL-ENGRAVED WRAPPER. With fae simile of my Chemical Warehouse and signed June 21 tullin ly H. T. HELMBOLD. DB. J. BRADFIELD'S Female Regulator: . "WOMAN'S BEBT FRIEND," WILL bring on tho Menses when they havo not been established, also when thoy havo boen suppressed Jrom unnatural causes. Will cure Rheumatism and Neuralgia of tho back and womb. Will cure Painful Menstrua? tion, and reliovc tho head, back and loins of j thoeo distressing pains and aches. Will check Menorrhagia, or "excessive Jloic." Will cure "Whites " and falling of (he icomb, when it is tho result of relaxation or bad health. It is as sure a cure in all the above diseases as Quinine is in Chills and Fever. Ladies can euro themselves of all the above diseases without.revealing their complaints to any person, which is always mortifying to their prido and modesty. lt is recommended and used by the best physicians in their private practice. For a history of the above diseases, certifi? cates of its wonderful cures and directions, thoroaderis referred to the wrapner around the bottle. Manufactured and sold by BRADFIELD is CU., Atlanta, Ga. Sold by all Druggists. Trice $1.50. TESTIMONIALS. TI'SKEOEE, ALA., November 21,18G9. Mr. L. h. Bradfield-Sm: Please forward ns, immediately, another supply of BradQeld's Female Regulator. Wc find it to be all that is claimed for it, and wo havo witnessed the most decided and bappv effects produced by it. Verv rospcclfullv, BUNTER St ALEXANDER. ATLANTA. GA.. December 29,18?8. Rr. J. Bradfield-DEAIISIB: I tako pleasure in stating that sometime previous to tho lato war, I used, with utmost success, on a acrvant girl, your Female Regulator, prepared then at Bradfiold'a Drng Store, Weet Point, Ga. Sho had boen Buffering Rovorcly from suppressed menstruation, and this medicine restored her to health. Sho is, to-day, living in Atlanta, Bound and well. I will state further, that I know of its being used, with equal auccees, in other casus. I do not hesitate to endorso your preparation for tho purpoao for which vou rccommmond it. Youra truly, JOHN C. WHITNEB. LAGBAKOE, GA., March 23, 1870. Bradfield & Co., Atlanta-DEAII Sins: I tako pleaauro in stating that I havo used, for.ltho last twenty years, tho medicino you aro put? ting up, known as Dr. J. Bradfiold'a Fomalo Regulator, and consider it tho beat combina? tion ever gotton together for tho diseases for which it ia recommended. I havo boen fa? miliar with thopreacription both as a practi? tioner ol medicino and in dornest ic practice, and can honestly any that I consider it a boon to Buffering females, aud can but hopo that every lady in our whole land, who may bc Buf? fering in any way peculiar to their aex, may bo ablo to procuro aboitlo, that their euffer ings may bo not only relieved, but that they may be restored to health and strength. With my kindest regards, 1 am respectfully, W. B. FERRELL, M. D. ATLANTA, GA , March 12, 1870. I havo examined tho recipe of Bradfield's 1 Female Regulator, and from my knowledge of the ingrediente, believe it a most excellent Medicine, and well suited to that class of dis? eases designated. I havo no hesitation in ad? vising ita use, and confidently recommend it to thc public. JOEL BBANHAM, M. D. NEA it MARIETTA, GA., March 21,1S70. Messrs. William Hool it Son-GENTLEMEN: Sonic mouths ago I bought a bottlo of Brad field's Female Regulator from you, and have used it in my family with thc utmost satisfac? tion, and havo recommended it to three other families, and they have found it just what it is recommended. Tho females who havo ueed your Regulator aro now in perfect health, and are ablo to attend to their household duties, and we cordially recommend it to tho public. Yours respectfully, REV. H. B, JOHNSON. NEAn MARIETTA, GA., March 21, 1870. Messrs. WiUiam Root& Son: About ono year ago I bought a bottlo of Bradfiold'a Fomalo Regulator from you, for ono of my daughters, who had been suffering with auppressed menses for some time. I have had several Physicians attending, but met with no auccess un?il I was persuaded to buy a bottle of tho Regulator, \iud it is the very thing for which it is recommended. Sho ia now in perfect health. I hopo all suffering females will, at least, trv ono bottle, and havo health again. Yours reapcctfully, D. DOBBINS. Wo could ndd a thousand other certificates; but wo consider thc above amply sufficient proof of its virtue. All we ask ia a trial. W. H. TUTT, of Augusta, Ga., and Down: A MOISE, of Charleston, S. C., Wholesale Agents. Price $1.50 per bottle. For salo nv FISHER St HEINITSH, GEIGER St MCGREGOR, and C. H. MIOT, Columbia, S. C. BHADFIELD Sz CO., April 23 % Whitehall street, Atlanta, Ga. j ?????^??????????BMBSI Thesvmptome SXMMONS'S^ui^u'!:: _?easiness and R^BOBannHBEBaisaocsDWpain in the side. Sometimes tho pain ia in thc shoulder, and ia mistaken for rheumatism. Tho stomach ia atlee ted with loss of appetite and sickness, bowels in general cost ive, sometimes alternat? ing with lax. Tho head is troubled with pain, ami dull, heavy sensation, considerable losaot memory, accompanied with painful sensation of having loft undone something which ought te havo been done. Often complaining of weakness, debility, and low spirits. Some? times aomo of tho above symptoms attend tho dit.caso. and at other times very few of them; [.???OBB??BB?a?DaBBA|>ut the Liv. r is ge LIVER _*?**}\y i,? ??MMi.7liiiiii.iB"luBl involved;cure m~maiMmimW~~~mmi.ho Liver with VOL. SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR, J.preparation of roots and herbs, warranted to be strictly vegetable, and can do no injury to any one. It baa been used by hundreds, and known t >r the last thirty-five years ns one of tho moat j diable, efficacious and harmless preparations ever offered to the suffering. If taken regu? larly and persistently, it ia sure to cure. Dyspepsia, headache, jaundice, costiveness, aick headache, chronic dianhua, affections of tho bladder, camp dysentery, affections of thc * ni ??.Uni is.??kidneys, fever, 1 Regulator. |srf?.?e."? J? ???m, ullin ni ni 11 mm"f the skin, im? purity of thu mood, melancholy, or depression of spirits, heartburn, colic, or pains in the bowida, pain in tho head, fever and ague, dropsy, boils, pain in back and limba, asthma, eryaipelaa, female affections, and bilious dis? eases generally. Price $1; hy mail. $1.25. Prepared only by J. H. Z El LIN ft CO.. Druggists, Macon, Ga. Tho following high ly respect able persons can fully attest tothevirtnes of this valuable medi? cino, and to whom wo most respectfully refer: Gen. W. S. Holt. President S. W. R. it Com? pany; Rev. J. R. Felder, Perry, Ga.; Col. E. K. Sparke, Albany,Ga.; Geo. J, Lunsford, Esq., Conductor S. \V. R. lt.; C. Maatorson, Esq., Sheriff Bibb County; J. A. Butt*, Bainbridge, Qa.; Dykes St Sp?rhawk, Editors Floridian, Tallahassee; Bev. J. W. Burke, Macon, Ga.; Virgil Powers, Esq., Superintendent S. W. R. lt.; Daniel Billiard, Billiard's Station, Macon it Brunswick R. lt.,Twigg*County, Ga.; Gren rille Wood, Wood's Factory, Macon, Ga.; Rev. B. P. Easterling, P. E. Florida Conference; Major A. F. Wooley. Kingston, Ga.; Editor Macon Telegraph, and John Ingall*, formerly [>f Columbia, S. C. For sale br al> dnigcists. Jilly LT i ly Hoes, Steel and Iron. OAA DOZEN Brade's CROWN HOES, ae [)Uu eortod sizea. 20,000 Iba. English PLOW STEEL, assorted uzea. 50,000 Iba. Genuino SWEDES IRON, aasort :d sizea. Tho above aro of direct importation from Stockholm, Birmingham and Sheffield, and iro, therefore, of superior qualifi?e to North? am imitations. J. & T. B. AGNEW. Everybody, go to Pollock's! * Tobacco ! Tobacco !! .T/"i BOXES COMMON TOBACCO, at lov 80 boxes Fair Chewing Tobacco. 4 boxeB Extra Bock City Chowing Tobacco. .4 boxes Conimonwoalth Chowing Tobacco. 10 boxea Roso Bud Chowing Tobacco. July 20_JOHN C. SEEGEBS. Exchange House Bar and Restaurant. OPEN at all honra-whore you can always lind the beat of WINES, ALE8, LIQUORS, CIGARS, Ac. Frosh Lager Beer on ice. May_ To the Traveling Public HEAD THIS. IF vou want a Fino, Large, Airy ROOM, btop at the EXCHANGE HOUSE, on Main street, where you can get a good Meal at the regular timo. " If you are buBy and not thoro at Meal times, you can order it when you como, without extra charge. RATES, per day,.$2.60 " per week,lees. Stables on tho promises. PAYSINGER & FRANKLIN, May S_Proprietors. Greenville and Columbia Railroad. ON and af tor WEDNEB ?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. 7.00 a m *. Alston. .. 8.40 a m ** Nowborry.10.10 am Arrivo Abbeville. 8.00 p m " Anderson. 4.20 pm Greenville. 5.00 pm Leave Greenville. 5.45 a m " Anderson. C.25 a m .? Abbeville. 8.00 a m Nowberry.12.85 pm .? Alston. 2.10 pm Arrivo Columbia. 3.45 p m Tho Train will return from Belton to Ander? son on Monday sndFriday mornings._ Schedule on Blue Ridge Bailroad. Leavo Anderson.4.20 P. M. ?? Pendloton.5.20 V .? Percyville.0.00 ?* Arrive at Walhalla.7.00 " Leave Walhalla.3.30 A. M. i? Perrvvillo.4.10 .* " Pendleton.5.10 " Arrivo at Anderson.6.10 M Waiting at Anderson ono hour for tho arrival of up train on Grconvillo and Columbia Road. March 4 W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup, The North and South United, BY tho great Metropoli? tan Through Passenger Route. Seo that your Tiokets aro good via Petersburg, Weldon, Raleigh and Charlotto. NORTH CAROLINA R. R. TIME TABLE. Trains EaBt. Trains West. ABREVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE. Charlotte. 4.15 p m 10.00 a m Salisbury.0.14 p m G.19 p m 7.37 a m 7.56 a ra Greenab'o.S.?? p m 9.02 p m 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 Goldeboro.5.30 a m 8.30 p m A Freight and Accommodation Train loaves Charlotte daily, at 3.40 a. m., and arrives at j 12.2.~> p. m._ALBERT JOHNSON, Sup. Spartanburg and Union Railroad. SUMMER SCH Kin: I.IC. UNIONVILLE, JUNE 21,1870. ON and after MONDAY, the 27th instant, there will bo daily paesenger traiua on thi3 road. On Mondays, WodneadavB, FridayB and Saturdava tho down traine will leavo Spartan? burg Court House at 5.30 a. m., and arrive at Alston at ll.CO a. ni; returning leave Alston at 12.OK m., aud reach Spartanburg Court House at 5.30 p.m. On Tuesdaya tho down trains will h ave Spartanburg Court Houso at 7.30 a. m., and arrive at Alston at 1.00 p. m.; returning leavo Alston at2.15 p. m., and reach Spartanburg Court Houso at 7.00 p. m. On Thursdays tho down trains will leave Spartan? burg Court House al 3 45 a. m., and arrivo at Alston at 8.35 a. m.; returning leavo AlBton at 9.30 a.m.. and reach Spartanburg Court Honse nt 2.10 p. m. Jmio 23 THOS. B. JETER. President. Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta E. B. S COLUMBIA, S. C., December 23,18GS. THE following is tho Passenger Sehodulo over this Road: OOINQ NORTn. Leave Augusta, at.4.00 a. m. ?' Columbia, S. C., at.9.40 a.m. " Winiisboro, at-.11.40 a. m. " Chester, at - -.1.40 p. m. Arrivo at Charlotte, N. C.4.20 p. m. GOING SOUTH. Leave Charlotte, N. C.,at.10.30 a. m. Chester, at--------- 1.25 p. m. Winnal'oro, at - -- -- -- -- - 2.57 p. m. Columbia, S. C., at.5.07 p.m. Arrive at Augusta.9.50 p. m Making close connections with Trains of Central and Georgia Railroads for Savannah, and all points South and West. Pallico Sk i ping Cars on nil Night Trains. Through Tickets sold, and Daggagc checked to all principal points, ?S* Passengers by this ronte GOING NonTn have choice of THREE DIFFERENT ROUTES. ACCOMMODATION TRAIN. Leave Columbia. 0.15 p. m Arri ive at Augusta.3.30 a. m. Leave Augusta.4.15 p.m. Arrive ht Columbia.1.80 a. m. C. ROUKNIGHT, Superintendent. E. R. DORSEY, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agt. South Carolina Railroad Company, COLUMBIA, S.C., MAY 13, 1870. ?SSjffi?SKS^ day, 15th May, tho Passenger '1 rains upon tho South Carolina Railroad will run I li o following schedule: FOR CHARLESTON. Leave Columbia.7.45 a m Arrivo nt Charleston. 3.80 p m Leave Charleston.8.30 a m / n ive at Columbia.4.10 p m FOR AUOU8TA. Leave Columbia.7.45 a m Arrive at Augusta.4.25 p m Leave Angr.sta.8.00 a m Arrive al Columbia.4.10 p m NIOOT EX PR ESS TRAIN (SUEDAYS EXCEPTED). Leavo Coln ni tua.7.50 p m Arrive at Charleston.G.45 a m Arrive at Augusta.7.05 a m Leavo Charleston.7.30 pm Leave Augusta. .G.00 p m Arrivo at Columbia....G.0Q.S ta CAMDEN TRAIN. '* Camden and Columbia Passenger Trains will run Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays; and between Camden and Ringville daily. Leavo Canillen.0.35a nt* Arrive at Columbia.11.00*a nv Leavo Columbia. .1.00 p to/ Arrive at Camden.5.40 n Uv _H. T. PEAKE, Gen'! HiipM>' V Greenville and Columbia Railroad. G EN EBAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, Coi.niMA^C^May 24,1870. ON SUNDAY next, tho 28th in?tant, and until further notice, this Company will mn a Sunday train for Passengers between Columbia and Helena, stopping at all stations, as follows: Leave Columbia at.7.00 a m Arrive at Helena.10.40 am RETURNING. Leave Helena at. 3.20 p m Arrive at Columbia. 7.00 p nv May 25 JOHN IL MORE, Gen'l Sup't.