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Sink or Swim Together.
A r AT o itcotrn,nGE5T.
' he'gllaoing beautiful production from
.>p eof the gifted Win. Gilmore Simms,
Sablisbed'in the February number of
the Iaral Caro!inian:
No#roir, my gallant brothers, row,
Give way with will and sinew ;
These seas that rise before our prow
t Will ti-y the muscle in you !
,$ts what's the fear if hearts be true ?
We'e but to pull together
True hearts and har'de, all bent to do,
~V1ill'bear us bravely, bear us through,
And save the ship, and save the crew,
In spite of wind and weather !
tow, brothers, row ! row, brothers, row !
One long, strong pull together !
And cheer with courage, as ye row ;
What though the tempest btewing,
!Works Zate for '.any a brother now,
Th't drives, bead-on, to ruin ?
"Tis not for us to shirk or shrink,
Though out in fearful weather ;
We know some comrade's doom'd to .ink,
And we, too, hang on Danger's brink ;
But fear ye. not!. don't stop to think !
Pull bravely all together!
Row, brothers, row ! row, brothers, row !
One long, strong pull together !
Beerd to your oars, good brothers, row !
:Give wav with hearty courage !
Death's just as nigh on land as now,
When seas are wolves at forage;
And Heaven's as near on sea as shore,
However wild the weather;
We've but to ply the manly oar,
And shut our ears to ocean's roar,
Nor heed the Fate, behind, before,
And bravely pull together!
loi, brothers, row! row, brothers, row!
OneTiong, strong pull together!
Bend to your oars, dear brothers, bend !
We may not 'scape this danger
T-tt times of peril prove the friend,
And we've escaped even stranger.
Tis something of God's law, I think,
When out in angry weather.
And men are dashed on Danger's brink,
s?' dalt seemed doou'd, and many sink,
-That one and all their hands should link,
?nd bravely pull together.
row, brothers, row ! row, brothers, row !
We ynk or swim together!
PAIs.-A Paris writer says:
"In d forn like this, in which you
nmust satisfy nearly 2,000,000 p
ites daily, the supply of the
ebC need offers facilities for im
position which would lead to uni
versal-fraud ifsome measures were
not laken. Everything that can
be eaten or drank tempts the cu
pidity:of the adulterators. It
wohki be-. well if innoeuous frauds
alone were perpetrated. He who
aidulterates coffee with chicory,
chestnuts, aeorns, potato, beet-root,
carrot, turnip, maize, can give no
gastrie fever, but some will employ
ground brieks! Oil may be ad
ulterated in twenty-eight different
a betremarked that Paris consumes
m inre than a million litres of salad
4 i; but only one hundred thou-1
sand litres at . most of real olive
oixfin4t,heir way .to the capit al.
Wfit is the rest made 'of? 'Fruffles
are'mad-e at will with yams, mush
r-oonVs, and even eork. In the
lowestclass of restaurants youLfind
ecats', horses', and even i-ats', flesh
edaked. Without continualsuper
Efon, continual mishaps would
occur. This supervision is exer
eised in the most varied from.
Sixty inspectors incessantly keep
watch over the butchers' meat :
winedasters are employed to judge
si the beverages sold in three
th,~ousand Parisian public houses.
At' the Haile seventy persons are
emnployed solely to ascertain, by
holingegg uptoa lighted can
rii. heterthey are fresh enoug h
~,It .appears that the Democratic party
<lere- swept the State of New York. The
l a:est reports foot up a majority of
nearly 90,000 votes, and many of the
rural precincts heretofore radical have
been carried by the D)emocracy. The
New York Timets attributes the Water
loo defeat of it. , rty to "Republican"
u psthy and calls for stronger spirit and
un6re effective organization.
* An interesting breach of promise suit
that had progresscd for some time in
the Wythe Cou.ty (Va.) Circuit Court,
between Miss Kitty Early, a somewhat
elderly raaidea, and Mr. Craig Carter, an
elderly Lothairo, was trought to a sud
.den termination the other day by the
* marriage of the paries interested.
In marrying a young white girl to a
smuart mulatto, in the presence o1 a num
ber of the dignitaries of a Western town,
Justice Garrett said :"In the namue of
'he Great Jehovah, Continental Con
,ess and the Fifteenth Amendment, I
*pronounce you husband and wie.
-Uuntsville, Ala., has been chosen as the
ne.xt place of meeting of the General
Conference. Delegaes troin the As
sociate Reformed Church and the Cum
berland Presbyterian Church were fra
The Ontario train of Pullman cars,
'with the Boston. Board. of Trade, passed
to-day, May 24, a' the rute of fifty miles'
*an hour. The Trans-Continental, a
morning newspaper, is poblished on the
'I hree persons were killed by lightning,
S.terday, in Scranton, P'ennsylvania,
On the~ preced&g night,. MJr. Robert
- .lerrifield, a son of J,udge Merritield, was
also struck by lightning and instantly
One hundred and fifty-four persons
were killed in 1869D on the railroads run
uinig into Philadelphia, or making di
rect connections with thems~ near that
city, and 30:3 persons inj-ured.
Desides Grant's property in other
places, he pays taxes on $100,000 worth
i:n St. Louis, where a few years, ago, he
;peddled kindling-wood to get money to
buy whiskey. Talk about your thrift.
The Province of Entrerios, in the Ar
gentine Republic, has declared against
There has beuen a grand tournament
W. L. GOUDINE,
Respectfully announces that he
is prepared to cut and fit gentle
men's suits to their entire satis
fion. Having bad a large expe
rience in the tailoring business,
and being constantlysupplied with
the latest New York F ashions, ho
feels no hesitancy in asking for
patronage. Work promptly de
livered. Terms moderate.
To making sack coat..................%4 00
To cut and make pants................ 1.50
To cut and make vest.................. 1.50
To cut and make walking coat......... 5 00
To eat and make fine black frock coat.. 8 00
To cat suit of clothes.............. 100
Don't, Don't ! Don't Do It !!
Do not forget that Wood's Household. Maga.
aine is acknowledged to be the Largest and Best
Dollar Monthly in the World.
Do not forget that more money's worth is giv"
en in Premiums for new Subscribers to Wood's
Household Magazine, than for any other publi
cation in the world.
Do not forget that Six TIundre.l Dollars will
be awarded in June for Six Prize Stories to be
published in Wood's Household Magazine.
Lastly, but not leastly do not forget that
891Prizes, worth from $1.50 to $100 in green
backs, have just been awarded to subscribers and
agents for Wood's Household Magazine; and
that similar prizes are to be repeated tri-annual
ly. No lottery nor humbue. The publication is
in its sixth volume. For two specimen copies
and catalogue ofprrmiume. enclose 10 cents, and
address S. S. WOOD, Newburgh. N.Y. "
Don't fail to ask your newsdealer for a copy.
DON'T ! DON'T !! DON'T !!!
FLORAL GUIlDE FOR 1870s
The first edition of One Hundrer and
iswenry Thousand copies of Vick's I ilustra
ted Catalogue of Seeds and Floral Guide, is
published and ready to send out. It is. ele
gantly printed on fine tinted paper, with
about 200 fine wood En.ravings of Flowers
and Vegetables, and a beautiful Colored
Plato-consisting of seven varieties of Phlox
Drummondil, making a fine
BOUQUET OF PHLOXES.
It is the most beautiful, as well as the most
instructive Floral Guide published, giving
plain and thorough directions for the
CULTUREOF FLOWERS and VEGETABLES.
The Flgral Guide is published for the benw
efit of my customers, to whom it is sent free
without application, but will be forwarded
to all who apply by mail, for ten cents,
which is not half the cost. Address,
Jun 51 tr. Rochester, N. Y.
FOR YOUR MEALS
BRE1KFMT G(flN iP
Dec2R I60Nt D01RN
GENERAL FRIETGHIT AND TICKET OFFICE,
-Cor.MnIrA, S. C., December 23. 1869.
THE following Passenger Schedule will go in
to effect on this Road on and after SUNI)AY
next, 26th instant:
Leave Augusta, at.......................400 a. an.
"Columbia, S. C., at...........9.35 a. m.
" Winnsboro, at...............11.40 a. mn.
"Chester, at................ 1.40 p. mD.
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C............. 4.15 p. mD.
3Making connections with Trains of North Car.
alina Rtoad for all points North and East.
Leave Charlotte. N. C., at...........10 15 a. ID.
"Chester, at..................1.25 p. ni.
*' Winnuboro, at................ 2.57 p. m.
--Columbia, S. C. at.............. 4.52 p. m.
.Arrive at A ugusta.................. 9.42 p. m.
MIaking close conn ections wsitha Tfrains of Cen
tral and Georgia Itnilroads, for Savannah. and
all points in 1, lorida, Macon, Columbus. 3Mont
gomery, Mobile. New Orleans. Selma, Chatltanoo
ga, Memphis. Nashville, Louioville, Cincinnati,
St. Louis, all points South ana West.
Palace Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
Through Tickets sold, and Baggage checked to
all principal points.
U7- Passengers by this~ route ooixa NonTa,
have choice 01 THRtEE DIFFV.I:ENT ROUTES.
C. .OL-KNIG iiT. Superintendent.
E. R. Donser, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agt.
3Mar. 30, 13-tf.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
GENER AL S1'T'S OFFICE, SsrPT. 15, 1869.
TUlE following Schedule for Passenger Trains
will be observed from this date:
DAY PAsSENGER TP.AIN.
Leaving Columbia at............ ...... 7.45 a. mn.
Arriving at Columbia at............4.4D p.m.
51GHT ExPREss TRAIN.
Leaving Columbia at............... 5.5. p. m.
Arriving at Columbia at............4 45 a. mn.
TIlE CAMDENK TRtAIN-Tri wEEKLY.
[Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.4
A rrive at Columbia 11.00 a. mn. Leave 1 21 p. mn
Arrive at Kingville in time to connect with
through mail train South.
DAILY SUNKDAY EIcEPTrFD.|
Teave Camden 6.35 a. m. Ar Kiugvilli .20 s. mn.
Lye Kingvifle 3.15 p. mn. Ar Camden 6.3 p. mn.
H1. T. PEA R E. General Supt.
April 27, 17-tf
Spartanburg and l'nlon Railroad.
ON nd after the 18th Oct ober. Pasenger Trains
will leave Spartanburg C. H., on Mondays.
Wedr.esdays and Fridays. at 7.39 a. mT.. anid ar
rive at Alston at 1.:35 p. in.. connecting with
Greenville down train. 1Returnling Tuesdays,
ThuIrsdlays and Saturda,ys. heave A\lsto,n 9.30a.m.:
mrive Spar tauburg 3.40 p. mt.. as per following
Down Train. Up Train.
M'iles. Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Leave.
Spartanburg,..0 7.30) 3.40
Packoie......10 8.15 8 :.0 2.50 2.55
Tonesville......19 8.55 9.00 2.10 2. 5
Lnionville.2. 9.4.5 1'l1 12.55 1.2.5
Santuc. ......37 10.45 1.0 1'1 22
abelton.......4S 11.44314 12 13
Lyles Ford..52 12.05 1.01.5 1.~
strother....5 12.34125 103 1.5
alston......68 1 35 93
THOS. B3. Jr ,Peiet
We areso oftncalEo tR exractide
inst Molars or JTaw Teeth for children, and
.o egulate or strengthen the front teeth,
w~hich become crooked from neglect, that
ye think it advisable to- call the attention of
arents to the subject ; so that the back teeth
nay be filled and the front teeth noticed
whilst children are cutting their second set,
o as to prev'ent- their coming irregular.
Thildren shed, or lose bus ten teeth from
,e upper jaw, and ten from the lower j.tw,
mnd the Molars, or jaw teeth, which they
tnt nAcK of these belong to their adult or
~rown set. Many persons say- they were
tot aware of this fauf. Now rotice and nct
eordingly. Charges very moderate.
'erms Cash. R. S. WHJALEY,
Mar. 2, 9--tf Surgeon Dentist.
J. P. POOL, Proprietor.
This Hotel is centrally situated, conmmo
ious, airy and well appointed. No pains
re spared to make the guests feel "at
"QUALITAS NON QUANTITAS.''
Highly Concentrated Fluid Extract of
The Great Health Restorer.
No Quack lcdicine--formula Around th Botllc
PTEPARED SOLELY BY
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE
N ORFOLK, Va
STRIKES AT THE ROOT OF DISEASE B)
rUmiFYI:NG TiE :L0$>1D. ItESTORING
TilE LIVER AND KIDNEYS TO A
11A I1iY A(TION, AN 1 INVIG
tl:AtING TIlE NERVOUS
This is the secret of its WONI)ERFUL SUC
CES" in CURING
SCROFULA, SYPHILIS, DYSPEPSIA
LIVER CO3l'LAlNT, CIII(>NIC L'UEUMA
i1M. NEt:EAL;IA. NERVOUS AFFEC
TIONS. F.i1U'TIONS OF TII E SKIN,
I I1'31Ol:S. L.OS OF VIGOff, IS
EASES OF KIDNEYS AND
ILA DI)Ef.R. AI) AlI. L)I
EASES CAUSED BY A
BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD
OR A DISEASED CONDITION OF THE
Liver, Kidneys. Nervous System, &c.
It thoroughly ERADICATES every kind o
Humor and Bad Taint, and restores theentir
system to a healthy condition.
ITHOUSANDS H AVE BEEN CHANGED III
TUE USE OF TIIS MEDICINE FROM WEAK
SICKLY. SUFFERING CREATURES. '(
SrRONG, HEALUY AND HAPPY MF2
No Medicine has attained such a CREA7
REPUTATION as this justly CELEBRATEI
Approved by the Highest Medical Authority
Endorsed and recommended by the Presiden
of the Faculty of the E. Medical College
of the City of New York.
rRoFEssoR R. S. NEWTON, Y. D,
Professor and President of the Faculty, latc
'Professor Theory and Practice" of
Medicine, Cincinnati, &c.
One of the most eminent medical men of this
age-well known as the author of the follow
ing STANDAID medical works: Newton's
"Practice of Medicine," "Diseases of Chil
dren," "Newton's Symes Surgery," &c., in
December number of American Medical Re
view-page 278, says:
"Among the more recent efforts to intro
duce popularly, some of the new remedies
we notice a new preparation compounded by
.1. .. LAWRENCE, 1. D., of Norfolk, Va.
which is furnished to the profession and thi
public in any desired quantity. We recently
examined his Laboratory, and became fully
satisfied that all his work is done in the besl
manner, by the most approved processes, and
from the best materials, giving as a result
medicine nmeeting the confidence of the obv,
sicians and the public."
Koskoo Cures Scrofla in its Worst Forms
From A . W. MILLs, a prominent and well
known merchant of Norfolk, Va.
No 11 Main Street, Norfolk, Va., Sept. 15, 3869,
Dr. L,AwrcE-Dear Sir: Your Koskoo ha,
worked wonders in my family. My daughter hai
been a suferer from Scrofula since childhood.
She lost thirty-one pieces of bone from her ankle,
several from her arm, besides having ulceis in
several parts of the body. *Whilst in this condi
tion she commenced taing your Koskoo-ii
acted like a charm on her; nder its use the ul,
cers gradually healed, and her general health
greatly improved. It certainly saved her touch
sullerine, and perhas her life. I regard Koskoc
a specificefor al I crofulous aftetions. Your K~os
kno also cured my wife of dyspepsia, from which
she sutffered greatly. She is now in better health
th an she has been in five years.
With the htighiest regards,
I am gratefully yours, &c.,
A. W. MILLS.
Kiosxoo is endorsed by the best physicians cv
erywhere. Read the following from Dr. Tillery,
a successful practitioner of many years standing
in the Old North State:
Rocky Mount, Edgecombe Co., 1
September 10, 1809. ?
DRi J. J. LAwnENrcR-Dear Sir: I have used
your Concent'rated Fluid Extract of Koskoo in
my practice with the happiest results. I find it
to be u powerful Liver Invigorator. Blood Puri
fier. anti Nervous To'nic. In all diseases of the
Liver, Scrofulous. Syphilitic, and Nervous Affec
tions, it is a rem edy of immense va lue; in fact, In
almo-;t ever variety of Chronic Diseases its use
is indicated. Hoping you may meet with the
success which you deserve as a manufacturer of
reliab:e medicmnes. I anm sir, with much respect,
Your obedient servant,
RI. C. TILLERY, 31. D.
Koskoo Cures Chronic Rheumatism.
NonFoxiK, VA., Sept. 7, 18 P,
Dr. J. J. LAw.nnce-Dear Sir: Mly son h:as
received so much benefit from your wonderful
Kosk oo that I cannot refrain from ex pressing my
gratitude. I had tried almnost everything with out
b,enefit. I bel ieve, in all sincerity, that your Kos
koo is an infailibte remedy for the disease from
which hec has suffered, and, so far as I can learn.
has never failed. If you only knew the immense
amount of suffering that he has undergone, then
you could conceive the value of such a remedy as
Koskoo-that surely cures. The great amount of
good it is now d,ing among us is inestimable.
With much gratitude,
I am, respectfully yours. &c.
Mn.s. M1. E. A. NELSON.
Read the following from Mr. Won-ble, a prom
inent Hlardwvare Merchant of this city:
No. 13 Market Square, Norfolk. Va.,
Dr. LA waxNc--Dear Sir: To the large num
ber of testimonials which you offer of the great
eficacyofyourKoskoo. Itakc p!easure in add
ing moy own. I suffered greatly with Nervous
Decbility. IIeadache. Loss of Appetite, &c. Two
bottles of IKoskoo restored nme to health.
J. G. WOMBLE.
From Rev. W. HI. Christian. l'astor 1?inwid
die Street Methodist Church.
P'ortsmouth, Va.. October 25i, 1889.
This is to certify that I know Dr. Lawrence
well. He is a gentleman or cultivation, and
worthy of the fullest confidence. I have used
his Koskoo wi th advantage to myself, and have
adope its use in my family in cases of nervous
debilt and depression.
PRoM DRi. LLOYD, A PnYSICIAN OF LAR
Great Bridge, Va., October 8, 1869.
J1. J. J AwnEl4cE, M1. D.-Dear sir: I cheerfully
endorse your Koskoo as being a most valuable
preparation. Upon examination of the formula,
I find each ingredient highly extolled by our best
and most progresseve clinical investigators. I
have tested its effects in my own practice, and
hate no hesitation in recommendn it. In my
opinion, it is the best compound of ts class ever
put before the public-eceeding by far all the
various compounds of sarsaparilla, & c., ever in
vented. It is a decided Nerve Tonic, and Invig
orator of the animal forces, aiding digestion and
asimilation, and thereby pucing helthy
blood, which should b.e the basis of treatment in
all chronic diseases. Hoping you will rea p the
reward you deserve from the public as a benefac'.
tor, .1 am. sir, yours truly,
CHARLES LLOTD, 31. D.
After reading the above high recommenda
tion, Invalids ennot reasonably hesitate to
give the KOSKOO a trial.
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From Physicians, Eminent Divines, Editors,
Druggists, Merchants, &c., see KOSKOO
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For sale by the Principal .Druggists
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Rrifih A mreirc
For the Cure c
the Stomach "
Appropriate in all cases where a
recovering from Acute D eases, it
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AND DEALERS ;N
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197 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Mar. 30, 33-1r.
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MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS IN
20 IIayne & 33 & 35 Pinckney Sts.
Also, 193 Meeting Street,
Mar. 3', 13-3m.
P. P. TOALE,1
CHARLESTON, S. C.
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lilinds. Mouldings, &c., in (7
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7 DR. C L A R K'S INVIGORATOR
gives strength to the aged and debilitated; it is
especially designed for young men who wasted
their vigor by excesses of every kind, and all
persons whose systems have become weak by Im
prudence, are completely restored by Its use.
gW DR. CLARK'S PURIFIER cleanses
the blood from all impurities; such as Scrofula.
Syphilis, Mercurial Rheumatism, Humors of
every sort, Dad Breath, O1endfe Perspiration.
Foul Feet, Catarrh, Discharges from the Ear,
Sore Eyes, Sore Throat, Falling of the Hair, Ul
cers, Rtoils, Piniles, lilotches, and all diseases of:
the skin. it Is ilso benelicial in diseases of the
Lungs arid Digestive Organs. rrice One Dollar.
W' DR. OLAllK'S PANACEA relieves
Pain of every description; Headache, Earache,
Toothache, Stomachache, Backache. Pains in
the Breast and Limbs. It is an invaluable reme
dy in all Nervous Disorders. and no family should'
be without it. rrice One Dollar.
SDR. CL ARK'S ELIXER is a certain
cure for all weakness of the Genito-Urinary Or
g rrhs , an iconarge ofamucopuruent nature
Semiinnl Weakness, are speedily cured by Its use.:
Price One Dollar.
W DR. CLARK'S REGULATOR, for,
females only, is guaranteed to correct all speial
irregularities and difliculties of Single Ldles.
Married Ladies are cautioned not to use i t when
in a certain condition, as its effects wonld be two
powerful. IPrice One Dollar.
All these celebrated remedies are prepared from
Fluid Extracts under Dr. Clark's immediate su
act persns shoul send a aeully written
statement of their ailments to Dr. Clark. and the
proper remedy will be sent promptly to their ad
hi o llc,awil f unish aI the necesry nac
commodations to patients who place themselves
under his cate. Al letter ddresCLRK
Office. No. 10 AMITY STR1mr,
Np. ew TYork City (near llroadway.)
This pleasantly located HOTEL, unsuir
passed by any Hlouse in the South for com
fort and healthy locality, is open to Tray-(
ellers and others seeking UQA RD for the
Summecr. Families can be accommo,dated(
with nice, airy rooms, on reasonable terms,
"A call is solicited."
My Omnibus will be found at the diffcr
ent depots--passengers carried to and Irom 3
the Hotel free of charge. '
3May 19 20 tf WM. A. WIJIGHIT. J
Full Benefit of Re
ANTE BELLUM PRICES.
FALL IN DRY 1li018S
3. I. & 1. L.KNAD'
COLUMBIA, S. C..
THE recent fall in gold, and the eslico
war between those New York princes of the
rival houses of Stewart and Claflin, have
bad such an influence on the price of Dry V
Goods that we are enabled to sell to suit
the tumble. It is a bad wind that blows A
nobody good and we are determined that 81
our estomers shall have the benefit of it. .A
Bither coie to us or send your orders. P
J. Hs. & M. L. KINARD'S d
DPry Goods Hfouse, Colunm.z r
)f all Forms of
~' p Restores
Tone to the
Tonic is required ; and for those
is a wonderful recuperative.
by W. I. CHAFEE & C(X,
O7 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
OLD IJROLIN BITTERS,
A DELIGHTFUL TONIC.
We take great ph-asure in offering the
OLD GAROLINA BITTERS
to the public. They are compounded with
great care, and c.ntain some of the best
Tonics in the iarniacopia. As evidence
of the superiority of our BITTERS over all
others, we have certificates fioin many of
the leading physicians in our State, who have
prescribed them in their practice. The
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS
Will be found invaluable for
Want of Appetite,
Chills and Fever, and
We do not offer our BITTERS as a cure
for all diseases, but as an Aromatic Tonic,
they have no equal.
For sale by Druggists and Grocers every
where. Principal Depot,
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
Importers of Choice Drugs and Chemicals,
Feb. 16, 7-1y. Charleston, S. C.
DR. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
131 MEETING STREET,
(Opposite Mairkct St.,)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
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1st. IL is more LIBERA L to the INSU
RERS than any other company, and will
eventually become PURELY MUTUAL and
belong to the INSURERS.
2d. IR eirculatcs its money amongst its
patrons, who are the instirers. Gonse
quently they are continually getting the
benefit of the rapid accumulations of the
Company, the money being 'nvested by
the Board of Directors amiongst the in
surers. Therefore the insurers are build
ing up an institution peculiarly their own
tnd conducted for their benefit.
3d. The loans of this company are as lib
aral as other companmes who declare divi
Iends at the end of the secord,'third and
bourth years, but this Company at the end
>f the first and every year. Thereby the
nsurcr saves several years' interest on his
oans by insuring in this Company, and he
lever loses his money ii he pays up for ONE
WHOLE YEAR ; whereas, in other compa
iies, he has to remain an insurer for sev
tral years, or lhe loses all the money he has
DATID B. CLARK. President.
THIOS. H. WYNNE, Vice-President.
JOUN Q. WINN, Secretary.
G;enerail JAMES HI. LANE, Actuary.
Dr. F. B. WATKINS, MedIcal Advisers.
Dr. C. HI. W. DAVIS,
Judge JOHN A. MEREDITH, Counsellor.
F. B. WINSTON, Treasurer and Secretary
R. F. & P. RI. R.
V'M. J. JOHNSON, of Johnson & Hunt,
VM. IH. POWERS, of Winston & rowers,
~LLERT ORDWAY, Treasurer Bucking. ~
ham State Company.
F. F. GIBSON, Superintendent A dams' Ex. v
press Company. s
;HARLES Y. MORRIS, Morris & Co.'s Su- F
l. A. PEP'LE, Superinten dent Manchester
'OfN H. TYLER, John II. & John Tyler,
l0SES MILLUTSER, Wholesale Dry Goods.
HOMAS S. BALDWVIN, Clothier.
OlIN M. GODDJIN, C'ashier Planters' Bank.
. . DOWELL, Superintendent Wes'.ern
Union Telegraph Company.
LLEX. G. ROBERTSON, Cam tle Broker.
EORIGE I. HERRING, Wholesale Grocer.
.L. BROWN, of Brown, Jones & Co.,
.M. ROSENBA UM, of S. & M. Rosenbaurm,
~quality Life Insurance Co.
Enamine its 1amphlets before you insure, It
is to your interest to do so.
rinciplOffice 1(115 ham Street, R~ihlunni, a. ]
Aoarrs WArrEZD EVEEYWEERE.
OHiN A. CHAPMAN, Dsr. JAS. McINrOSHII
Local Agent. Examining rhysician,
BENJ. G. HERIOT, Gen. Travelling Agt, E
Charleston, b. C.
THE CALO GRAM,
A Quarterly Recorder of Literature. De
ated to Literary Affair.s, Typography, Arts, P
~ience, News, Poetry, and Advertising. 0o
sketch of foreign life published every is- y
e.-Editorials. Price, One Dollar a year.
box of Goodspeed's Golden Fountain
ens, sent to every eash sutbscriber for
N7O. Thbese pens write sixtyv lines with one
p of ink. SAMPLE COPIES, 12 CENTS,
repaid. E. S. RILEY, Jr., E.
Based on Science.
Prepared with Skill,
and all the available ingenuity, and expert
ness, that the art of pharmacy of the present
day can contribute. p
And Combining in Concentrated Form the most
Valuable Vegetable Juices
Known in the History of Medicines for s
PURIFYING THE BLOOD,
NUTRITION TO THE SYSTEM,
Tone to the Stomach, . I
And a Healthy action to the Liver, Kidneys,
Secretive and Excretive Organs.
A DYING ZOUAVE -
Isy breathing his last on the battle field, his
companions surged on and left im alone.
They knew the canse of his approaching end,
it was the deadly bullet. No friendly voice ..
could cheer him to life-nohuman skill could
Thousands of Precious Lives
are to day as rapidly sinking, and as surely
tottering on to an untimely end, in Suffering,
Agony, Wretchedness, and Ignorance of the
Science can arrest and assuage,
Nourish into new Life and Vigor.
And cause the Bloom of Health
To dance once more upon their withered Checks.
DISEASE, LIKE A THIEF,
Steals upon its victim; unawares, and before
they are aware of its attack, plants itself D
firmly in the system, and through neglect or
inattention becomes seated, and defies all
ordinary or temporary treatment to relin
quish its merciless grasp.
DO YOU KNOW THE CAUSE OF
The wasted form-the hollow cheek ?
The withered face-the sallow complexion ?
The feeble voice-the sunken, glaesyeye ?
The emaciated form-the trembling frame ?
The treacherous pimple-the torturing sort ?
The repulsive eruption-the inflamed eye ?
The pimpled face-the rough colorless skin ?
and debilitating ailments of the present age ? et
The answer is simple, and covers the whole
ground in all its phazes viz: the
FANGS OF DISEASE .
HEREDITARY TAINT I
ARE FIRMLY FIXED IN TIIE
Fountain of Life---the Blood.
during the late war-, with diseased L.ymph
TAINTED THE BEST BLOOD
in the entire land. It has planted the germ
of the most melancholy disease in the veins
of men, women and children on all sides, and St
nothing short of
A HEROIC REMEDY am
will Eradicate it root and branch, forever. re
Such a Remedy is
Os :tEACHING THEI STOMACht, it assimu-i
*tes at once wIth the food and liquids there'.
n, and from the moment it passes into the
Blood, it attacks disease at its fountain head,
n its germ and matuiity, and dissipates it
brough the avenues of the organs with un
rring certainty, and sends new and pure
3lood bounding through every artery and ze
The tubereules of Scrofula that sometimes o
lourish and stud the inner coating of the ab- an
[omen, like kernels of corn, are withered, dis
olved and eradicated and the diseased parts .he
tourished into life. The Torpid Liver and inl
noctive Kidneys are stimulated to a healthy gri
ecretion, and their natural functions re
tored to renewed health and activity.
Its action upon the blood, duids of the -
ody, and Glandular System, are
ONIC, PURIFYING ANID DISINFECTANT,
Lt its touch, disease droops, dies, and th
ictim of its violence, as it were,. ple
LEAPS TO NEW LIFE. dr
Aches, enlivens the spirits, and imparts a
Sparkling brightness to the Eye, of 1
A rosy glow to the Cheek,th
A ruby tinge to the Lip, for
A clearness to the Head', Thi
A brightnese t'o the Complexion, Pr
A buoyancy to the Spirits, u
And happiness on all sides. try
Thousands have been resened from the ant
er-ge of the grave by its timely use.
This Remedr is now offered to the publicpi
rith the most solemn assurance of its intrin
ic medicinal vir-tueg, and powerful IIealing J
FoR ALL AFFECTIONS OF TIIE
~idneys, Rleteion of Urine,
-And Dlses.es of Women and Children.
'ervous Prostration. Weakness, General
Lassitude, and Losot Appetite,
it is unsurpassed.
It extinguishes t
ifections of the Boues, Habitual Ccstiveness,
Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys, Dyspep- and
sia, Erysipelis, Female Irregularities, 3m
Fistula, all Skin Dimeae, Liver en
Complaint, Indigestion, Piles, Cas
Pulmonary Diseases, Cont
King's Evil, no
PREPARED BY doit
?rof. Ms E. HENRY, "
3L A ,L. L.D., F. R.S.
HENRY & CO., Proprietors.
LABORATORY, 278 PEARL STREET.
Post-offBee Box, 5i272, Nrw Yonx.
17 CONSTTUTION R ENOVATOR is SI
r bottle, six bottles for 5. Sent anywhere IOf
i receipt of price. Patients are requested; Sup
correspond confidentially, and reply will Sine
made by following mail.
Sold by all respectable Druggists.
Sold atdewberry by
Dr. J. McINTOSH.
Entered according to Act of Congress; by M. Chri
ltx.~ty,intheClrk' Occ f heDistrict: and
ireatet Inention of the ge t
$EAPLS, DURABILITY, cONVENIENCE
.GENTS WANTED A
TO SELL OUR CELEBRATED A
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Acknowledged by all who have used them
a be the best Pen made or sold in this coun'
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) takir.g the agency of these Pens, a com
ission which will pay 6?0 per month. We Tl
avite all persons wishing employment, to
and for samples and circulars. TI
Two sample boxes mailed for 50 cents.
VESTERN PUBLISHING CO.. m
PITTSB URGH, PA., m
Manufacturer's Agents. It
Manr. 9, 10-6m.
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YSPEPS!A& INDG ES TiON
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..g CREA I. -
IE.MCISE & DAJ
N. B. The Commissioner of Internal Rev.
ue has decided that any dealer can sell ji
is article without a special license.
For sale in Newberry by DR. JA3IES
cINTOSIH, Druggist and apothecary.
March C0 1T.
1R. J. B. THOMPSON,
(Successor to Dr. W . B. McKellar.)
Office over McFall & Pool's store, on Mainf
All the old busines,s left unfinished will be L
mpleted on the terms as before arranged,
d everything done in the best mlani#er and
arranted. .The patronage of the public is
Dec. 8, 48--tf.
Over MYES & ARTItS
NE WBER RY, S. C. a
V. H. WISEMAN, a
1T AKES pleasure in informing the citi
is of Newberry and surrounding country, n
it he is prepared to make Photsographs ern
all sizes, and in every variety of finish,
1 all other kinds of pictures.
Flaving added largely to his stock, and
eping up with all the receit improvements
the art, he feels satisfied of his ability to
tify the tastes of all.
PRICES VERY REASONABLE. FjR
f1ar. 16, 11--tf.
HIE Advertiser, having been restored to
health in a few weeks, by a very sim
remedy, after having suffered several
.rs with a sev-ere lang affection, and that T
ad disease, Consumption--is anxious to ba
ke known to his felow sufferers, the a
ins of cure. cs
o all who desire it, he will send a copy of h
he prescription used (free of charge), tofti
h the direetions for preparing and using pror
same, which they will find a sure cure p,
Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, etc.- railr
object of the Advertiser in sending the A
scription is to benefit the afflicted, and fi
and information which he conceives to befr
sluable; and he hopes every sufferer will
his remedy, as it will cost them nothing, scrit
may prove a blessing. of tI
arties wishing the Prescription, will no e
ise address ' the
Rav. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co., N - Y. N
inc 2 21 17.
NIILLIAM S. HENEREY, S
LCHINIST AND FOUNDER, .TI
314 Meeting Street. all.
CHARLESTON, S. C. t
a- Particular attention paid to the manufae Sa
of improved Agricultural Implements.
anufactures STEAM ENGINEs. BOILERS At
MACHINERY, SAW M1YLS. CORN
,L.S. Horse Powers, Vertical and Horizontal
sir Mills, Cotton -Seed Crushers, McCarthy
on Gins, and all kinds of Iron and Brass
dngs, to order. O
Black's Patent Gang Plow.
2nio ofale ab implement ad call
pteto ofatestoi. It has no equal F
nreaking uland, and the driver rides while
ig his wokthus saving the fatigue of orina,.
ar 0,13--3mi, Ja
COLUMBIA, S. C. BO
OBERT JOYNER, y
~. RA.ILTON JOYNER, CLERK,
oard, per Day.........--..... 0I
er, Breakfast and Lodging....2 00)
leMeals-...............-.......: , 001
p. 8th, 1869.- and a
Barber Shop. w
an be found next to Messrs. Smith & whic1
stian's, where I will shave, shampoo, profil
cut gentlemn's hair, neatly and cheaply. [so by
iy 11, 10 -tf.
IN SURE IN THE
IFE INSURANCE COMP
LEX. WHILLDID, President.
GEO. NUGEi T, Vice-President.
JOHN S. WILSON. Seeistary
JOHN C. SImmS, tr
ssets, - - $2,500,000.
,nnual Inc1er 1,000,00
he American-Is now one of the Oldet
Cotpaniesinthe UnitedStates, Chartered
be American- Has $200 of Assets for
every $100 of Liabilities.
be American-Never lost a, dollar of in
e American-Issues policies on Au..de
3e American-Makes.iaLL policiesnon-for:
e American-Pays Life Policies to the
insured at the age of eighty years.
ie American-Has no unnecessary restric
tions on travel and residen'ce. ,
c American-Declares dividends annual
ly at the end of the first year.
e American-Pays all losses promptly.
Has all the tables of rates for Life, En
wment, Incothe Producing, Return Pre
um, Premium Reducing, Cbildrdn's En-'
wment Policies, and grants Atnnitties o#
)st favorable terms. Its-rates are low',
has both the mutual and stock plans.
Mr. A. 3. CALDWELL, General Agen $
irth and South Carolina. Ofee F.ras
tional Bank building, Charlotte,N. G.
Ex. Gov. Vance, Charlotte, N. V,
Gen. Jno. A. Young, "
Gen. Alexander, Columbia, S. f.
Col. Jas. Gibbs, " "
" L. D. Childs, " 4
J. NEWTON FOWLES, Agent,
Newberry, S. .
" Agents Wanted. Liberd eftabgE
as will be made with men who *ziii
snCss. June 9 22 ly.
Fever and Ague
Always Stops the Chills.
This Medicine has been before the Pub
c fifteen years, and is stillahead of-all
)es not sicken the stomach, is perfectly
de in any dose and under all-vircam
aces, andis the only Medicine that wil
td permanently every form of Fever
d Ague, because it is a perfect Ai
)te to Malaria.
Sold by all Druamiats.
ov 24 ly
IRRIAGE AND BUGGY.
Ve will keep canscintly on hand a
ice variety of fine Top and no .Top
;gics of the latest and niosc approved
fld Carriages and J3uggies renovated
made to look good as new.
pecial attention given to repairing fino.
riages and Buggies which is important
epair.ng done in the b,est mannersd
ai connection with our factory we are
.ig orders for fine Carriagcs. light Rock
ys, Germantowns Pheatons, Top and
r'op Buggies from a first class North
Factory. Terms ca.sh on delivery.
ur factory is near the Depot.
J. TAYLOR & Co.
uly 21 28 ly.
lIE SUBSCRIBER has constantly on
I a full assortment of the above approved
s, of different patterns, besides coffins
is own make, all of which he is prepared
ruish at very reasonable rates, with
aptness and despatch,
irsons desirous of having cases sent by
oad will have them sent free of charge.
Hearse is always on hand and will be
ished at the rate of $10 per day.
inkful for past patronage, the sub
er respectfully asks for a continuation
ie same, and assures the public that
ffort on his part wilU be spared to renden
A. C. CH APMAN
iwberry S. C., July 31.
ashi & Blinids..
e subscriber takes pleasure-in announc..
to this community that,, having mado.
eessary arrangements, he will.be able
sh with and .without
Glass, and Blinds,
Yery Moderate Rates!!. 4
For Cash !:
ANDREW C. CHAPMANs
t.7 41 tf. Newberry C H, S.
Trime 'liastern Hay
H. C. WISKEMAN.
5. 28, 4-tf.
Charleston, S. C.
ARD PER DAY, $3.00.,
ats. HL. L. BUT TERFIELD,
gentleman who suffered for years from
Nervous Deblity, Premature Decay,.
lIthe effects of youthful indiscretion,
for the sake of suffering humanity..
rree to all who'need it, the receipt and
aons for making the simple remedy by
t he was cured. Sufferers wishing to:
by rhe Advertiser's experience, can do,
addressing, in perfect confidence,
JO v nI OGDnN,