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Are the ChUdren at HOme?
Each day when the glow of sunset
Fades in the western sky,
And the wee ones, tired of playing,
Go tripping lightly by,
I steal away from my husband,
Asleep in his easy chair,
And watch from the open doorway
Their faces fresh and fair.
lone in te dear old homestead
That once was full of life,
Ringing with girlish laughter,
Echoing boyish strife,
We two are waiting together;
And oft, as the shadows come,
With tremulous voice he calls me,
"It is night! are the children home ?"
"Yes, love!" I answer him gently,
"They're all home long ago ;"
And I sing, in my quivering treble,
A song so soft and low,
Till the old man drops to slumber,
With his head upon his hand,
And I tell to myself the number
Home in a better laud.
Home, where never a sorrow
Shall dim their eyes with tears!
Where the smile of God is on them
Through all the summer years!
I know !-Yet my arms are empty
That fondly folded sever,
And the mother heart within me
Is almost starved for heaven.
Sometimes ij the dusk of evening,
I only shut my eyes,
And the children are all about me,
A vision from the skies:
The babes whose dimpled fingers
Lost the way to my breast,
And the beautiful ones, the angels,
Passed to the world of the blessed.
With never a cloud upon them,
I see their radiant brows ;
My boys that I gave to freedom
The red sword sealed their vows!
In a tangled Southern forest,
Twin brothers, bold and brave,
They fell ; and the flag they died for,
Thank God! floats over their grave.
A breath, and the vision is lifted
Away on wings of light,
And again we two are together,
All alone in the night.
They tell tne his mind is failing,
But I smile at idle fears;
He is only back with the children,
In the dear and peaceful years.
And still as the summer sunset
Fades away in the west,
And the wee ones, tired of playing,
Go trooping home to rest,
My husband calls from his eorner,
"Say, love! have the children come
And I answer, with eyes uplifted,
"Yes, dear! they are all at home !"
Balzac at Work.
A CHEERING PICTURE FOR YOUTHFUL
-The great novelist's debts were
a torture to him, says "London
Society "; but when, seated before
his table, in his mon.k's frock, in
the silence of night,'he found him
self in the presence of the white
sheets of paper, lit by the flames
of his seven-candled lamp, concen
trated by a green shade, in taking
the pen he forgot everything ; and
then began a strife most terrible.
In these fearf:il battles of the
night, from which in the morning
he came forth broken, but conque
ror, when the extinguished ashes
of the fire made chill the atmo
sphere of his chatmber. his head
smoked, and from his body exhal
ed a steam as from the bodies of
horses in winter time. Often a
single phrase occupied him a whole
vigil: it was taken, reta ken,twist
ed, kneaded, hammered, drawn
out, shortened, written in a hun
dired different manners ; while,
strangely enough, the n uessary
and absolute form only presented
itself after the exhaustion of the
approximate forms; withoutdoubt,
there were occasions when the
molten metal of his thought flow
ed with a jet that was fuller and
less turgid, but there are very few
pages of Balzac whlich have re
mnained identical with the first
rough draft. Is manner of pro
ceeding was this: When he had
for a long tim3 carried ini his mind
and lived a subject, with a rapid,
rough, blotted, almost hieroglyph
ic caligraphy. ho traced a kind of
sketch in a few pages, which ho
sent to the printing house, whence
it returned in the form of placards
-that is, of columns of letter
press printed in the middle of
large leaves of paper. Balzac read
carefunliy these placards, which
gave already to his embryo wotk
the imipersonal character which is
niot possessed by manuscript, and
then applied to this rough draft
the high eritical faculty which lhe
possessed, as if the question had
been of the word of somec one else.
lIe operated on something ; with
approval or disapproval, ho re
tained or corrected, but, above all,
le made additions. Lines start
mng from the beginning, the mid
dle or the end of phrases, led to
wardl the margins, on the right.
on the left, above, below, conduct
ing to devdlopments, intercala
tions, epithets, adverbs. A t the
end of some hours of work, one
would have called it a spray of
fireworks, as drawn by a child.
From the primitive text started
rockets of style, which burst forth
on all sides. Then there wer e
crosses simple ; crosses recrossed,
like those in herald ry; stars; suns;
Arabian or Roman figures; Greek
or French chairacters; all imagin
able signs of reference came into
one grand entanglement. Slips
of paper, fastened with wafers, at
tached by pins, were added to the
insufiient margins; stripes of
lines in fine characters to help to
the place, and full themselves of
a.Sulm-S for a eorrnection sear'cely
made was already itself corrected.
The printed sheet almost disap-:
peared in the midst of this serawl
of cabalistic appearance, which
the compositors passed from hand
to hand,stipulating that they were
not to do more than an hour each
The following day they would
bring him back the sheets -with
the corrections made,that already
increased them by one-haif. Bal- i
zac set to work again. amplifying,
always, adding a trait, a detail, a
painting, an .observatian of man
ners, a characteristic word, an ef
fective phrase, ma'ing the idea
grasped more closely by the form,
bringing himself always nearer to
his interior impressions, choosing
like a painter among several con
tours, the definitive line. Often,
after having completed the terri
ble toil with that intensity of ap
plication of which he alone was
cap2ble, hi perceived that the
thought ht become warped in
execution, that an episode pre
dominated, that a figure which he
had wished to be secondary for.
general effect projected beyond
his plans; and with a stroke (f:
the pen he erased courageously
the result of four or five nignts of
labor. He was heroic in these
casualties. Six, seven, and even
ten proofs went back to the print.'
er erased, done over again, with-:
out satisfying the desire of the
author for perfection. The great
novelist kept changing his colors
just like a painter does when he
can not get the effect he wishes.
His powerful will seems to have
acted in the place of patience.
WhatI Know About Farming.
Sincerely hoping that, like the vet.
erable philosopher, H. G., I way not be
considered factious, or in a.y way striv
ing to detract from his pet theories, my
su1ject way be a source of inicrniation
to our reading public, I will tell you
what I know about fa:tning.
The proper time to pull hemp is any
Friday a good judge may select.
Castor-oil beans succeed best in the
bowels of the earth. They will soon
work their way out.
The usual time to put in rye is early
in the morning. Some husbandmen,
especially iq the city, continue to rnn it
at intervals of half an hour until bed
time. The practice is allowable only in
case of a dry season.
The cold weather should suggest to
the humane father the necessity for a
good cow-shed. The following is a g.od
receipt for a cow-shed: Pour a pailfull
of boiling hot water on her back, and if
it don't make a good cow-shed-her hair
-we are no prophet to anybody.
In planting razor straps, great care
and attention should be paid to the care
ful culture of this crop. Above all, use
a good razor in plovring this useful ar
ticle of agriculture--it will surely thrive.
We must stop now. As an cditor we
must confess that we are, mn our opinion,
not a success, for we are only acting ad
In our next we shall endeavor to give
our ever indulgent readers good and care
ful talk ar.d we promise that our best en
deavors shall ever be used to make our
journal the first in the State.-Vicksburg
Tan CINCIxNArr CoNVENTboN.-"Zeta"
of the Baltimore Sun, says:
According to the information received
here by the active friends of the Cincin
nati Convention there will be delegates
from every State in the Union except
Oregon, Neradla, Florida and South
Carolina. The California delegation,
however, will probably include amo ng
its members reprosentatives of the
Liberul Republicans of Nevada and Or
Either ex-Senator Foster, of Connecti
cut, or Governor Brown of Missouri, or
Governor Palmer, of Illinois, or Colonel
McClure, of Pennsylvanin, will probably
be elected President of the Convention,
while there will be a Vice President and
Secretary from every State and somne of
the Territories, including this District.
The various delegations, in order to se
cure proper State representation when
the balloting for President is commenced,
will bold meetings and - elect me:nbers
fromi each Congressional district, and
thus change the Convention from a na
tional mass convention into a national
Liberal Republican nominating conven
tion. In that stay only, it is stated, can
there be ascertained a choice for a Presi
Charlotte, Columbla & Augusta E.
ColUMBIA. S C., 3March 29, 1877'.
OX and after MONDAY, April 1, the Pas
seoger trains over this Road will run as follows:
Train No. 1. Train No.2.
Leave Augusa......6.45 A M1. 6.80 P. M.
Leave Columbia...1. 45 A. M. 111 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte...610 P. M1. 5.0,0 A. M.
Leaive Charlotte...7." A. 31. 6.30 P. M.
Leave Columbia....15 P. M. L.43 A. Mi.
Arrie..uu.t.........6.15 P. MI. 6.33 A. M.
No. 1Train daily. No. 2 Train daily. Sundays
excepted. Both trainsa make close connectionz to
all oiets North, South and west. No. 1 Traiu
ma esrinos. conection at Richmond for Virgin
Thron- b Tickets sold, ad Baggage checked to
all pri. pa1 points.
Standard Time--washin-ton Cty Time.
IE. P. AL'hNANO.ERt.Spt
E. Rt. Donsar, General Freight anid Ticket
Agent. June 21.
South Carolina RaIlroad Company,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Jane 9,1871.
ON and after SUNDAY, the 11th instant, P:.s
senger Trains upoa this Rtoad will arrive and
leave as follows:
StAlL AND PASsa3GERl TRAIN
Leave Columbia at..............74) p ta
A rrive at Char-ieston at.............. 20 p m
Leave Charleston at ............... 82 i a m
A rrive at Columbla a;............... .40 p m
2IGUT KxPEE5Ns, FR10HIT A%iD ACCOSMODA
TIOS TnAIx, (Sundays excepted.I
Leave Colu:nbia at..............0p m
Arrive at Charlesto,n at..............64 a in
Leave Charlest.'n at.................l0pm
Arrive at Columbia at.. ..... .. .600 m
Camden Accommodation Train wi!l continue
to run to Columbia as formerly-Mondays, Wed
nedays and S.oardays.
A. L. TYLE R, V:ce-President.
S. B. PICKENS, General Ticket Agent.
G oLUMBIA. S. C.
HE PROPaIETOR takes p!easure in an,
Inouncing that this elegantly.furnishe-d
Establishment is now open for the accom
modation of guests. The table will alway
be supplied with every delic-acyi of the seas
son-both from New York and Charleston
Markets. and no efforts wiil be spared to
give perfect satisfaction, in every respect, to
Jan 1 WM. GORMAN.
T HIS eligible, commnodious and well fur-'
nished HOUSE, recently kept by Mr. Jor
dan P. Pool, is now under the managemlent
of Mr. S. B. Calcutt, who will spare neither:
ime nor means to make it a first class Ho
tel. Terms moderate.
Sept , 1871.
WALxzzx, Prapret.r. It. H. M1C1DONALD CO., D.oIs
tGen. Axe~nts, Ami Fr&n1:1o.Cn1.,=fd 34 Coutnemce S, .Y.
RKILL"IONS Bear Testimony to their
Wonderful Curative Effects.
Vinegar Bitters are not a vile Fancy
Drink, Mado of Poor Rum, -Whiskey,
Proof Spirits and Refuse Liquors, doc
tored, spiced and sweetened to please the taste,
alled " Tonics" " Appetizers," " Restorers,' &c.,
that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin,
but are a true Medicine. made from the Native
Roots and Herbs of California, free from all
Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the
GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER and A
LIFE GIVING PRINCIPLE, a perfect
Renovator and Invigorator of the System. carry
Ig off all poisonou-c matter and restorin. the blood
to a healthy condition. No person can take these
Bitters according to directions and remain long
unwell. provided their bones are not destroyed
by mineral poison or other means, and the vital
rgans wasted beyond the point of repair.
They are a Gentle Purgative as well
as a Tonic, possessing, also, the peculiar merit
of acting as a powerful agent in relieving Conges
tion or Inflammation of the Liver, and of all the
FOR FEMA LE COMPLAINTS, whether
in young or old, married or single, at the dawn of
womanhood or at the turn of Life, these Tonic Bit
ters have no equaL
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheu
matism and Gout, Dyspepsia or In
digestion, Bilious, Remittent and
Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the
Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
these Bitters have been most successful. Such
Diseases are caused by Vitiated Blood.
which is generally produced by dorangement of
the Digestive Organs.
DYSPEPSIA OIL INDIGESTION,
Hoadache, Pain in the Shoulder., Coughs, Tight
ness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sonr Eructations of
the Stomach, Bad Taste in the Month, Bilious
Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammat4on of
the Lungs, Pain in theregions of the Kidneys, and
a hundred other painful symptoms are the off
springs of Dyspepsia.
They invigorate the Stomach and stimnIate the
torpid Liver and Bowels, which render them of
unequalled efficacy in cleansing the blood of all im
purities, and imparting new life and vigor to the
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions,Tetter.
Salt Rheun, Blotches, Spots, Pimples. Pnstules,
Boils, Carbuncles, Ring-Worms, Scald Head, Sore
Iyes,Erysipelas. Itch. Scurs. Discolorations of the
Sain, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of what
ever namue or nature, are literally dug up and car
ried out of the system in a short time by the use '
these Bitters. One bottle in such cases will c(...
vince the most incredulous of their curative effect.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find its
impurities bursting through the skin in Pimples,
Eruptions or Sores ; cleanse it when you find it
obstructed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse it
when it is foul,and yoar feelings will tell you when.
Keep the blood pure, and the health of the system
will follow. -
PIN, TAPE, and other WORMS nrking
in the systemn of so many thousands, are effectually
destroyed und removed.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. H. McDONALD &
CO., Drui sts and Gen. Agents. San Francisco,
Cal, and and 84 Commerce Street, New York.
June 28, 26-'71-lv.
MY stock of' the abov e goods is
Cositin g of most atll of the
OF THE SEASON,
And at somewhat
Thanl last year.
Give me a cull anld see for your
A pr. 5, 14-if
AND GET YO~R Pi1E
YOU will find the wor'k (. K-naot K. K.
-nud kem ping pa ce w'.ith theL times and im
Just received a fine lot of ALBUllS, both
book and revolinzg, and a splendid lot of
mcw and beautil Stereo's.
Call at once onm the friend who is always
readv and amnxioums to please his patrons.
W. H. WISEMAN.
Oct. 35, 43-tt.
THE SU-BSCRIBER has constantly or
hand a fullassortmnent of the above' approvec
cass, of different patte.rns, besides coffins
of his~ own mamke, all of which he is prepared
to fuish at very reasonmable rates, witl
prompi:ness 'n'l despa tch.
Person. dlesirous~ of havitng cases sen.. by
railroad will hmave them sent free of charge.
A Hearse is a!ways on hand and will be
rnished at the rate of $10 per day.
Thankful for pomt patronage, the sub
;riher respcetfumlly asks for a conttinutatior
of the same, anid assunres the puiblic thal
o fforIt on his part will be spared to reude;
the utmost sauisfaedion.
A. C. CUAPMIAN
Newberry S. C., July 31.
A. P. PIFER, M. A., : : : Principal
Miss FANNIE LEAVELL, :: Assistant
Prof. F. WERBER, :: Mzusical Dip~
TtIE Ex;rcises of the above School wil
be resu:med on the lid .ANUA RY, 1872.
Tuition from $i.50m to $1.5o per month
No icidental] Fees.
Pupils will be charged froma date of en
trance to the end of the Session. No rc
ducion except in cases of protracted ill
For particulars, ke., apply to
COL. S. FAIR, Pres't.
Dec. 2'7, 52-tf.
Suitable for well ropes.
200 Barrels and Sack Flour, ini stor<
ad to arrive,
Fromt $-.50 to $10 per barrel.
Nv 29 D.. 310WER.
Charleston. S. C.
BJARD PER DAY - - - - S25(
s. H. L. BUTTER~FIELD, Proprietress.
o R. r -rILON Nl..-.tfl.h.
SPRIXG CLOTHING A-110 1ATS9
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS. I
KINAI R & WILEY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
(Successors to Childs & Wiley,)
ARE NOW OPENING the most ELEGANT REhADY MADE
CLOTHING for MEN, BOYS and CHILDREN that has ever teen in this
market, and we intend to sell them AT THE VERY LOWEST FOR CASH.
Apr. 24, 17-tf.
MOTTE & TARRANT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NEwszRR, S. C.,
WOULD call the attention of the public to their large and
,vell selected stock of
DYE STUFFS, &c.,
Together with a large and well selected stock of
PE RFUM E RY,
Hair, Tooth, Nail, Flesh and Shaving Brushes, Sponges,&c., &c,
LAMPS, WICKS, CHIMNEYS, &c.
Agents for the CELEBRATED
NON-EXPLOSIVE "DIXIE LAMP,"
Which needs no Chimney, and gives a more brilliant light than any Lamp in
the market, at LESS COST.
Our Stock having been bought at CLOSE FIGURES. we are prepared to
offer the same at LOW PRICES, both WHOLESALE AN) RETAIL.
Price Lists sent by mail on application, and all orders entrusted to our care
will receive prompt r.ttention.
Thankful for their previous patronage we solicit a continuance of the same~
from our friends and the public.
Prescriptions Carefully Compou2nded.
J. WARD MOTTE. H. P. TARRANT.
Sep. 20, 38-tf.
SO T TFES -NE\1 SiTIOItNERYIIOUJSE,
LIVER INVIGIIRATOR E .SO E
AND sm uligimdaeyopst h
Dyspeptic Remedy. soko
FOR THE RELIEF AND CURE OF CopiigLtr,CpndoePpr,f
Acute and Chroc Disaseso the Liver, Fa aeso a,Diy obeCp e
aund ,all Disorders resiult-szs,wih ilheodinnyqaty, r
ing frommnuctrditBak oosoaryi'e
stl,At jsht oeeicte nwad ad
the boelsgntly nd suely, utPhonixdle oariet-l set, ooan complt
tion Topidty o th Lier. t er~ompvryvrisLette, Mempand and Par so
SickandNerous eadach, C l Boos, Pocketie s, oc and Letvet esrn
Flatienc, an is ti efectveFrmed apeI rrs Can, Demy, Doublep wMe
____Brdium,l Boad, Stu peryl and Imerd il
Pae, whic ill berol r in a e anty,o
MeranEn of theRRANTR boxnd Brued rayoten, adbuing Pen
OLE PROPRIETORS, SHOOL SToTIOe. R
wiru pain ;t andaisdwnderfull
tion,toTorpidityumf,theitiver. It euret
in affectionseof th
NEWBERRY, T S.H CIT. K~ 'NYRIL
nd ~ I lak nlue va ie t an Cs i ne , l ndcquili
ralDebliy, ndOFrs every vaity, ioMemrand uPs,
BBooks,Pockt Book s IAnvCoi and PAte
AF1 RIl'E ESTd )AUGTSMEN wic
IL ~eit5 halty rppette,irri'~rsts fis nd inoplt sccssfflmaeriais for their
the igcdve(Jr;uns isdevo,l f al ut. r yarwin thP ae, rind seto andc ros
mos agecale,war1uig,ari codia elc Breitol Boars, st ail bapept fall ard,i
to te Soririci. t clriaracs ie Pirt a ope, endis prieos in oakes andav
I Fen:ih Itwillprov a psitie pOfent ve ryv.15 descif pt~iget var~iet offcon
Manfacurrs riSoe Popretrs, Dort aush,u andtin fobthachrs
AMar. 1.9, 13-t f.an Ppis
1lGOD TBNICKS!ER ACYATILS
OFppi,A n ad F vr n Cpini ; r neslage; cpee an Facr
Imp rit oftew ithe isubcrther inodthi sar e
e keepln sthrwrktfill condeu IDR ni
-- --- SPER- LND FTR PRCLIS ET hc
ChDgSTOve Orans devoeggd ofALF At ryeasi Ethi StaKe, and 0. whihh
d lial l 7ie Chnio.rlesstock wil bekptu.ul n
tOTSm. a It eiarr ate s thFit, reasoale and haehoes, o n hae shre o
cacorusinal dbile ad. MOegar.e o C E.oi S.S E, oi ain CitRaiet,y
NEWBERRY,-if S. C.. CIIAR6LESO,..C
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
PHARMACEUTIST AND CHEMIST,
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
RESPECTFULLY coniiends to tLe confidence of the community his populr prepara
tions, which ire manufactured under his own sbpervision, uith great care, and which
may be rehed upon for their purity and effcacy.
Fant's Tonic Bitters,
Composed of the best autiperiodic Tonics known to the Medical Profession.
FANT'S ELIXIR OF CALISAYA BARK,
A most palatable Cordial, particularly recommended to persons of weak habit, and to such
as reside in low, damp situations, where the nervous -ystem is, more or less, relaxed.
Fant's Compound Syrup of Sarsaparilla, Queen's Delight, &C.
This preparation will puriify the blood and eliminate mercury from the system.
Dr FANT'S SOOTHING SYRUP,
An luvaluable Remedy for Children saffering from Teething, Indigestion, and Bowel Affze
My stock of
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
Aie fresh, large and complete, all of wh'cb I guarantee to be Chemically PURE.
Also a large and well selected variety of
PERFUMERY ANI TOILET ARTICLES,
Both Foreign and American.
WINES AND LIQUORS of purest qualities for Medicinal purposes.
PRATT'S ASTRAL OIL.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at any Hour of
the Day and Night.
Dec. C, 49-tf. _______________
TIE uudersigned have this day entered into co-partnership in the general agency
of the Cotton States Life Insurance Company for South Carolina. OlBe at Mon'
Drug Store. M. W. AnBNEY,
J. W. PARKER.
Having established the office for the above Company in Columbia, we invite at
tention to one or two of the advantages otTered to them who mty desire to effect
insurance on their lives in a safe Home Company :
The Board of Managers at a recent meeting, passed unanimously the following rero
"Resolved, That in vie w of the fact that there are unusually large sums paid for
Life Insurance, to the Companies of the North and East, which sums, being there
invested, contribute to the enrichment of those sections, whilst our own South is
greatly in need of cash capital to prosecute successfully our Agricultural and Meehani
cal enterprises ; it is ordered, th.tt for the purpo.-e of retaining these sums in our
midst, hereafter a certain proportion of the net cash receipts from premiums, anmount
ing to not more than 70 per cent. of the same be invested in such manner as may
be in accordauce with the regulations of the Company, in those sections from which
the said premiums are attained."\
(Signed) W31. B. JOHNSON, Pres't.
GEORGE S. O'BlIAR, Sec'y.
The Financial strength of the Company places it in high rank. Its last An
nual Statement shows that the Company possesses, besides its large Guarantee, 170
for every 100 of its liability. ABNEY & PARKER.
To carry into effect the foregoing Resolutioa of the Managers, the Company preposes
to establish Boards of Supervisory Trustees in each County and Villige in the State, who
will supervise all investments.
Seventy per cent. of all the NET PREMIUM RECEIPTS, from any locality where
there is a Board of Trustees, will be returned and invested with its Policy Holders ;
thereby making the "Cotton States Life," a HOME COMPANY to every Policy Holder.
Applic~atiotns for loans from any locality will be made through its Board of Trustees,
whose approval will secure a loan at moderate rates, and for any period, provided the
collaterals are acceptable by the Directors at the Home Office in Macon, Ga. N<f safer
investment of the accumnula:ing assets of a Life Company can be made than with its Pohi
cy Holders~, and the above plan, so liberal and j ist, i< now off'ered to the people of New
berry. The privilege of using a Dortion of the Company's assets, is extended to every
one 'of its Policy Holders. I therefore nropose to establish a Board of Trustees here in
Newberry, and at any other point in the District where desirable.
Mar. 27, 13-tf B. F. LOVEL AGE, Canvassing Agent.
DREi8SED Flooring. Ceiling.Weather Boards. Shelving, Box Boards, &c., &e. Over a hudred
different I'atterns of~ Mouldings. making over 100.000 feet on hand, for sale at New York price.
Mantel-pieees. Door and W indow Frames made to order at short notice. Stair Eail, Newels and
Ballusters of Walnut and Mahogany. on hand and made to order.
Good and Substantial Work made as cheap at this estabtishment as c.n be made in thme Un ited
States. We nave on hand the largest stock of(the aboye Goods south of the City of Baltimore.
all of which we guarantee will give entire satisfuction to a.ll who want Good and Substantial
Work. The eubscinibers can refer to gentlemen all over this Rf4ta, Georgia, North Carolina and
Florida, as to the character of their work for the past t wenty years, and are
The only Practical Mechanics, Sash, Blind and Door Makers, by'Trade,
now carrying on the business in this city.'
W. P. RUSSELL & CO., Ea,st End of Hazel Street,
Ooite Wando Fertilizer Works, and in the inmmediate vicinity of Charlest,O and PaviUon
Mr. W. A. (CLINE is our authorized Agent for;Newberry, and all work sipped by us is at hall
price, to-wit: 615c. per 100 lbs.. over the So. Ca. iR. Rt. (et. ii, '71, 41-l1r
Invaluable in Teething, and Summer Com
plaints of Children. Cures
And other Diseases, itncident to the period
Unlike the "Soothing Syrupa," now so
widely used, tis CORDIA L contains
P. ~ -. T O A L E Or other injurious Drug. It is composed of
the very best materials, and abould be
Manuactuer ad Deler, found in every Nursery. The best physi
No. 0 HvneStret nd Hribck' Whrf,cians recomnmend it.
CHARLESTON, S. C. AFCTRDB
CT This is the largest andl most complete
Fctory of the kind in the Southe:-n States, Dr. H A E R
and all arricles in this line can be furnished
by Mr. P. P. TOALE at prices which defy; CHARLESTON, S. C
eo pettamphlet with full and detailed list I E For sale by MOTTE & TARRANT,
of cll sizes of Doors, Sashes and IWinds, and jNew berry, S. C. May :i, lS-tf.
the prices of each, will be sent free and post
paid, on application to
P. P. TOALE,
CHA~l222$RLESTON, S. C.
___- Russet, Upper
DR. H. BAER, anWhg
WH IOLESAkLE AND RETAIL j T II 1 ,
DREEJUG3GIST, On handa-nd for sale by
NO 11METIGSTEE,D. MO WEBR
NO. 31 M ETIN STR ET, Apr. 6, 14-tf.
CHARLESTON, S. C. LIMB.
May.. l, tf .e Fr. sa b., D. imOWE.
R. Re R.
RADWAYS READY RELEF
CURES THE WORST PAINS
IN FROM ONE TO TWEl TY MINUTES.
after reading this advertisement need any one
SUFFER WITH PAIN
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF IS A CURB
FOR EVERY PAIN.
It was the first and is
THE ONLY PAIN REMETY
that instantly stops the most excruciating pains,
allays Inf[ammations, and cures Congestions,
whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or other
glands or organs. by one application.
IN FROM ONE TO TWkNTY MINUTES,
no matter how violent or excruciating the pain
the RH EUMA TIC, Bed-ridden. Infirm, Crippled,
Nervous. Neuralgic, or prostrated with disean
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTANr EASE.
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS.
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS.
SORE THROAT. DIFFICULT BREATHING.
PALPITATION OF THE HEART.
HYSTERICS, CI:OUP, DITIHERIA.
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS.
The application of the Ready Relief to the part
or patts where the pain or difficulty exist will af
ford ease aad comlort.
Twenty drops in halfa tumbler of water will
in a f.:w moments cure CRAMPS. SPASMS.
SOUR STOMACH, HEARTBURN. SICK
HEADACHE. DIARRHEA. DYSENTERY,
COLIC, WIND IN THE BOWELS, and all IN
Travellers should always carry a bottle of Rad
way's Ready Relief with them, A few drops u
water will prevent sickness or pains from chana e
of water. It Is better than French Brandy or
Bitters as a stimulant.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for fifty cents.
There is not a remedial agent in this world that
will cure Fever and Ague. and all other Malt
rious, Bilious, Scarlet.Typhoid, Yellow.rnd other
Fevers (aided by RAD WAY'S PILLS; so quick
as RADWAY'S READY RELIEF. Fifty ceuts
STRONG AND PURE RICH BLOOD-IX
Cl:EASE OF FLESH AND WEIGHT
CLEAR SKIN-AND BEAUITFUL COM
PLEXION SECURED rO ALL.
HAS MADE THE MOST ASTONISING
CUE'S: *() Ql:ICK. -0 RAl'I) ARF THE
CIANGES THE BODY UNDERGOES.
UNDER THE INFLU:NCE CF THISTRU
LY WONDERFUL MEDICINE. THAT
Every Day an Increase In Flesh and
Weight is Seen and Felt.
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIE.
Evr drop of the SARSAPARILLIAN RE
SOLVENT comiodnnicates th,ough the Blood,
Sweat. Urine. and other fluids and juices of the
system the vigor of life. for it repairs the westes
of the body with new and sound materia
Scrofula, Syphilis. Consumption. Glandular dis
ease. Ulcers in the throat, Moath. rumors, Nod(
in the Gands and other parts of the system, S
Eyes, Strumorous discharges from the Ears,
the worst forms of Skin diseases, Eruptions. i
ver Sores. Scald Head. Ring Worm. Salt Rheu.
Erysipelas. Acne. Black Spots. Worms in t
Flesh. Tumors. Cancers in the Womb. and u
weakening and psiuful discharges. Night Sweats,
Loss of Sperm and all wastes of the Tife princi
ple. are within the curative range of this wonder
of Modern Chemistry. and a few days' use will
prove to any person usin- it for either of these
forms of diserse its potent power to cure them.
If the patient, daily becoming reduced by the
wastes and decomposition that Is continually
progressing. succeeds iu ar:esting these wastes,
and repairs the same with new mate-ial made
from healthy blood-and th;s the SARSAPA
PARILLIAN will and does secure-a cure is
certain; for when once this remedy commences
its work of purification. and succeeds in dimin
i-hing the loss of wastes, its repairs will bo rap
id, and every day the patient will fee! himself
growing Letter and stronger. the food digesting
better. appetite innroving, ad flesh and weight
Not ot. does the SARSAPAMLIAN RE6oL
vYNTexcel all kuown remedial ag-nts in the care
of Chronic. Scrofulcs. Constitutional. and Skin
diecase: but it is the only p.sitive cure for
KIDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS,
Urinary. an:d Womb diseases, Gravel, Diabetes,
Dropsy.' Stoppae of Water, IncoutInenee of
Urine. Bright's Disease, Albuminurla, and in all
cases where there are brick-dust deposIts, or the
water is thick, cloudy, mixed with substanens
like the white of an egg, or threads like white
silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious appear
ance, and whbite bone-dust deposits. and whn
there is a prickir:g, burning seo:sation when pass
ing water, anrd pain in the Small of the Back and
along the Loins.
DR. RAD WAY'S I
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS,
perfectly taste'ess, elegantly coated with swegt
gum. purge. regulate. prify', cleanse, and I
strengthen. Radway's Pills. for the cute of all
disorders of the S:omach, Liver, Bowels. Kid
neys. Bladder. Nervcus Diseases. Headache,
Constipation, Costiveness. Indigestion, Dyspep
sia, Biliousness. Bilious Fever. Irt4ammat Ion of
the Bowels. Pilirs. and all beranigsments of theU
Internal Viscera.: Wa rranted to ceet a positive
cure. Purely Vegetable. containing no mercury,
minerals, or deleterious drugs.q
(l Observe the following sympto:5s r esultiag
from Disorders of tire Digestive Orgas:s:
Constipation, Inirard Piles. Fulluess of the
Blood in the Head, Acidity of .he Stomach,
Nausea, hleartburn, Disgust of Food. Fullness or
Weight in the Stomach. Sour Eructations. Sink
lag or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach.,
Swimming of the Head. Hurried and D)fiicult
Brfetdoses of RADWAY'S PIlLS --511 free
the system from all the above named ,.isorders.
Price. 25 cents per Box. SOLD BlY DRUG
READ "FALCE. AND TRUE.'' Send one
letter-stamp to RADWAY & CO . No 87 Maid
en Lane. New Ycrk. Information worth thous
ands will be sent you. July 5, 27-ly.
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Thou-ands of copies are every week distributed
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W. L. GOURDINE,
Respectfully annou~nces that he is I
prepared to cut and fit genrdelue f's
suits to their entire satisfaction. Hat'
ing ha arge experience in the tail
oring~ business, and being constantly
supplied with tihe latest New York
Fahonsr h feels no hesitaucy in ask
igfrpatronage. Work promptly
de!lvered. Terms moderate..
To making r.ask c0.oa...............Sdf 00
To cut and make pants. .'.'...~~...
To cut and make vest.............
To cu n aewalking cont......500
Toctadmke fine black frock coat.. 8 00
I'o t snit of lothes.......... 1 00
In the up country and receivtng dai'
ions by Express, at
Ar m. , 1oo -f D unV