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A WIFE'S APPEAL.
Come, rouse thee, dearest,-'tis not well
To let the spirit brood
Thus darkly o'er the cares tbiat swell
Life's current to a flood;
As brooks, and torrents, rivers, all,
Increase the gulf in which they fall,
Such thoughts, by gathering up the rills
Of lesser griefg, spread real ii.!;
And with their gloomy shades conceal
The landmarks hope would else reveal.
Come, rouse thee now-I know thy mi!nd,
And would its streng'h awaken:
rrond, gifted, noble, ardtnt, kind
Strange thou should'st be thus shaken!
But rouse afresh each eaergy
And be what Heaven intended thee;
Throw from thoughts this wearying weight,
And prove thy spirit firmly great,
I would not see thee bend below
The angry storms of earthly woe.
Full well I know the generous soul
Which warms thee into life;
Each spring wh:h can its powers control
Familiar to thy wife;
For deem'st thou she could stoop to bind
The eagle-like ambition nursed
From childhood in her heart bad first
Consumed with its Promethean flame
The shrine, than sank her so to shame.
Then rouse thee, dearest! from the dream,
That falters now thy powers;
Shake of this gloom-Hope sheds a beam,
,To gird each cloud which lowers;
And though at present seems so far
The goal, the guiding star.
With peaceful ray would light thee on,
Until its utmost bounds be won:
That quenchless ray thoul't ever prove,
In fond, undying wedded love !
Decoration . of Confederate
The memorial services in honor
of the - Confederate dead, whose
remains are deposited in our ceme
teries, took place on Friday last,
in accordance with previous an
nouncement.. Nearly every place
of business in the town was closed,
and the people generally partici
pated in the services. At six
o'clock, a large audience of ladies
and gentlemen assembled in the
Baptist Church, when the exer
cises of the occasion were opened
with an earnest and appropriate
prayer by Rev. Mr. Harper, of the
Methodist Church, after which the
ladies proceeded to decorate the
graves in the adjoining church
yard. Wreaths, garlands and
flowdfs were thickly strewn above
the lifeless remains of brave men,
whose once happy homes were in
our midst, and whose gallantry
and devotion to their native State
was illustrated on the battle-field.
The graves of strangers and un
known soldiers were beautifully
decorated by the pupils of Mrs.
Murray's School. When these
touching ceremonies had been coa
ciuuded, the crowd slowly and sol
emnly retired, and proceeded to
the P res by te rian churebyard,
where like offices of friendship and
reverence for t h e soldier-dead
were appropriately performed.
As the sun went down with gold
en lustre in the western horizon,
the people returned to their homes,
meditating upon the past and its
memories, and preserving tender
recollections of neighbors a n d
friends whose lives were freely
given as a sacrificial offering in
defence.of a cause once dear to
(An .terson Intelligencer.
A Remarkhla Xan.
The Marquis of Camden, who died a
fortnight ago, was grand-son of the first
Marquis, who may be fairly regarded as
one of the most remarkable men in his
own country. That nobleman held the
patent place of Teller of the Exchequer,
an absolute sinecure with some $60,000
a year. When he had held it some
years, he came to the conclusion that
the existence of sneh a place was an
absolute fraud upon the nation and re
signed it. -His act was the more credi
table in that he was by no means a rich
man. A parallel case was that of the
late Lord Tauton, long known as Mr.
Labouchere. At the outset of railway
enter prise, his father was fiercely preju.
<iiced against those dreadful innovators,
which- were to demoralize the whole
world. He stoutly opposed the passage
of the Great Eastern Railway bill; but
finding that the company' was too
strong fur him, and that the line must
pass through his estate, he masde the
most outrageous termis, with whic-h the'
company was forced to comply. When
his son succeeded, he sent the company
a check for a large sum, saying that he
could not afford to profit by his faither's
prejudices, and therefo)re, only retained
what he thought the real value of the
land sold. In .this corrupt, self-seeking
world- such (leeds as these "shine like
lights before men," and deserve to be
The Marquis qgf Camden's- honorable
course we commend to the consideration
of an American public at this juncture.
As office holding and its emoluments,
pay, perouisi:es and pickings seem to
be the desideratum of almost every
second man, a pro6itable reading of the
above might usher this distracted, over
taxed and impoverished country into a
healthy governmental system.
THE Emu;ir-Hov,t Law.-A committee
of mechanics and workingnmen from NewI
York, consisting of Col. J. R. O'Beirne,
John C. Graham, Arthur McLanghlin,
and Michael J. Dody, had an interview
with the President Monday for the pur
pose of asking that the eight-hour law
be enforced in the work done on the
New York post-office, and the workmen
be paid the highest local wages for simi
lar work-$-4 per day. The President at
once emphatically said that their request
must be granted, and that they must be
treated the same as the men employed on
the public builings in South Carolina,
receiving a null day's pay for eight bours'
work, and extra pay for extra hoursi
which they may feel disposed to labor.
The-following curious advertise
mnent appeared in a New York
paper: "Fifty. dollars will be paid
to any person who will, in a short
time, con-rert 'asIly, Iowspeaking 1
man into an impertinent, lou<d
e cn*ticut Senatmhip.
NEw HAvEm, May 15, 1872.
General Ferry re-elected to the United
States Senate-Demcracy and Liberal
Governor Joe Hawley has met the as
sault of the liberal republican and demo
cratic battallions, and "he is theirs."
He has certainly made a gallant fight,
but English, the old democratic strate
gist-who in politics is as celebrated' a
flanker as Sherman is it. arms-was too:
much for him. At noon to-day the last
charge of the Hawley squadron was made
upon English's intrencbments, but Jo
sph's band was driven back and put to
flh- sost signally. The democratic
ol guard stood the shock most bravely,
and their shields grandly turned aside
the missiles hurled at them. The liberA,
republican reinforcements did not waveri
in the least, and although they carried
their political lives upon their sleeves
they came out of the contest without a
scratch. .There is great rejoicing on the
prt of he- flankers; great and sore dis
tress, gnashing of teeth and dire mutter
ings,of revenge on the part of the ad
THE LicENSE LAw.-The following
case was pat to the Attorney-General
nuder the License Law:
"Our case in this: we have pai4 our
license to the County Treasurer here
for all we expect to sell by person,
sample or otherwise, for the year 1872.
We send our salesmen, and they solicit
and obtain orders. As we have already
paid our tax, are we liable to pay the
additional tax of $25."
"There are many things in the prescnt
license law which do not command my
approval as a citizen, but the question
which you present can only be considered
by me as a matter of law. I have had
occasion previously to examine the sanie
point, and I am of the opinion that un
der the language of the license Act you
will be required to pay the license fLe of
$25 on account of your agent who goes
out to sell by sample or solicit orders, in
addition to the tax you have already
paid as merchants."
CLER(YMEN'S IISURANCE LEAGUE, haV
ing for its object the securing of a sum
of moncy to the family of any decensed
clergyman of the Episcopal Church in
the State, was lately organized in
Charleston, with the following officers:
John Hanekel, President; A. H. Hay
den, Vice-President; W. C. Courtney,
Secretary; Evan Edwards, Treasurer.
Advisory Board -J. B. Ke:shaw, Cam
dem ; W. H. Parker, Abbeville; Thomas
Frost, Charlcston ; B. W. Shand, Union;
G. Lamb Buist, Charleston.-Press &
This is a good movement, and we hope
to see it carr ied out in all the churches.
It is a noteworthy tribute to the press
that both the cardidate for President
and the candidate for Vice-President on
the Cincinnati ticket were of the press
"craft." Mr. Gre6ley commenced his
career as a printer's apprentice. He was
then a journeyman, and then a publisher
and editor. Governor Brown founded
the St. Louis Democrat, and made his
reputation as its editor. On the press,
every day ruore and more devolves the
burden of counsel and direction in all
public and social matters. Independent
journalism fashions legislation, hunts
down roguery, and holds up honesty
wherever it may be found.
H. G. can illustrate what he knows
about farming by transplanting the Tree
of-Liberty from the Radical hot-bed in
which it has been withering, into a more
generous and liberal soil. Commence by
beating Grar.t's bayonets into plow
sbares.-N. 0. Picayoue.
Rev. Dr. Broadus, of South Carolina,
presented a mallet to the Baptist Con
vention at Raleigh, the handle of which
was made of balsam wood from the
banks of the river of Jordan, and the
head, of Olive wood from the Mount of
"Good morn ing gentleme n." says
a brusque colporteur on en tering
a railway car. No one responded
"Beg pardon if -I have said too
much; I withdraw the last expres
If you can't coax a fish to bitea
try your per-suasive powers upon
a cross dogadyuwlbesr
to auccee-l~andyuil esr
T h e spendthrift's prayer
"Leave me a loan, will you ?"
The kangaroo "limp" will soon be in fash
ion again. The Princess Alexandra has
sprained her knee-and our belles must keep
step to the music of fashion.
A working mo lel of a ship propelled by
electricity is on exhibition at Liverpool. Eng- '
land. The inventors propose to apply the I
same principle to vessels of the largest class.
footed street warblers.
South Carolina Rlairoad Compan,
COLUMBiA, S. C., June 9,17.
ON and after SUNDA Y. the 11th instant. Pas
senger Trazi:s upon tis Itoad will arrive andf
leave as flilows:
XAIL AND) PASESNGEPi. TRtAIN.
Leave Columbia it...................... 7.40) p m I '
Arrive at Charlestonu at.................:.20) p m C
Leave Chrarlesten at...................... 8.2-i a m .
arrive at Coulsaa...................3.40 p m t
NIoST EXPREKs, FauREIH AND AcCOMMOD'A
TroN TUAIS, [Sundays excepted.j I
Leave Columbia at...................7.50 p mj
Arrive at Charleston at. ...............45 a m .
Leave Chralesti, at...................710p m
arrive at Columbia at...............6.c0 a mI
Camden Accommiodattion Train will continue
to run to Columbia nas formerly-Mondays, Wed-l
uesdays and Saturdays
A. L. TYLER. Vice-President.
s. B. PICKENs, General Ticket Agent.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NEWBERRY, S. C. b
OFFICE ON LAW RANGE.j
Jan. 24, 4--Gm.
PR ATT' ASRAL OIL
WiILL NOT EXPLODE
This CELEBRATED OIL -
~or sale, in quantities to suit
MOTTE & TARRANT'S
Feb. 28, 9-tf.
~IILLINEftY STORC K
a the up country and receiving daily addi- Br
ions by Espres's, at
Apr 2e, 17r D. MOnEr'S.
1. WALiX=, Proprleor. I. 1. McDoxALa Co., Druggists
& Gen. Agenta, San Fracisco,Cxl.,nd 34 Commerce S., N.Y.
MILLIONS Bear Testimony to their
Wonderful Curative Effects.
Vinegar Bitters are not a vile Fancy
Drink, Made of Poor Rum, 'Whiskey,
Proof Spirits and Refuse Liquors, doc
tored, spiced and sweetened to please the taste,
called " Tonics," " Appetizers," - Restorers,' &'.
that lead the tippler on to drunkeness and ruin,
but are a true Medicine, made from the Native
R*ts 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
tag off ail poisonous matter and restoring the blood
to a healthy condition. No person can take these
Bitters according to directions and remain long
unwell. provided thcir bones are not destroyed
by mineral poison or other means, and the vital
organs wasted beyond the point or 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 Indammation of the Liver, and of all the
FOR FEMALE 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
Intermitteut Fevers, Diseases of the
Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
thse Bitters have been most successful. Such
DEseases are caused by Vitiated Blood,
wiich is generally produced by derangement of
the Digestive Organs.
'DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION,
Ledache, Pain in the Shoulde.s. Coughs, Tight
ness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of
the Stomach, Bad Taste in the Mouth. Bilious
Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of
the Lungs, Pain in the regions of the Kidneys, and
a hundred other painful symptoms are the off
springs of Dyspepsia.
They Invigornto the Stomaeh 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 Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples. Pustules,
Boils, Carbuneles, Ring-Worms, Sca'd Head, Sore
Eyes.Erysipelas. Itch. Scurfs. Discolorations of the
Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of what
ever name or nature, are literally dng up and car
ried out of the systemn in a short time by the use It
theso Bitters. One bottle in such cases wdl cm
vir.ce the most incredulous of their curative effect.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood wheneveryon 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 your feelings wilt tell you when.
Keep the blood pure, and the health of the system
PIN, TAPE, and other WORMS urking
in the system of so many thousands, are effectually
destroyed and removed.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. H. MCDONALD &
CO., Dru 'ss and Gen. Agents. san Francisco,
3al., andTand 34 Commerce Street, New York.
Juie 8, 26-'7 i-y.
MYsekof the boe god is
onsistinif of moast all of the
OF THE SEASON,
and( att somelwhat
fhan last year'.
Give ine a call and see fo'r your
A pr. .5, 14-tf.
IM GET YOFI PIN[RE
YOU will find the work 0. K-not K. K.
-and kee ping pace with the timecs and imt
Just received a fine lot of ALDIUMS, both
ook and revolving, and a splendid lot of
ew and beautiful Stereo'a.
Call at once on the friend w tho is always
ady and anxious to please his patrons.
W. H. WISEMAN.
Oct. 35, 4C-tt.
THlE SUBSCRIBER has constantly or:
and a full assortment of the above approved
ses, of differenet patterns, besides coffins
I his own make, all of which hce is prepared
furnish at very reasonable rates, with
romptness and despatch.
Persons desirous of heaving cases sent by
iilro:ad will ha:ve them-r sent free of charge.
A HIearse is always on hand aend will be
ceraised at the rate of $10 p.er day.
Thankful fur past patronage, the sub
rber respeectfn!!yv asks for a continuation
the samce, and cssures the public that
effort one his part will be spared to render
c utmost satisfaction.
Newery . ., A. C. CHAPMAN |
Newbery S C.,July :11.
-P. PIFER, Te. A., : : : Principal.r
liss FANtNIE LEAVELL, :: Assistant. e
of. F. WERBER, : : Msical Dep?- I
TIE E.orcises of thce above School will
r esumed on the 3d JA NU ARY, 18'72.
Tuition fromt $2.50 to $4.50 per month.
r Incide:tal Fees.
Pup~is willi be chcarged from date of en.
ac to the end of the Sessiocn. No re
ction escept in cases of protracted ill
For particulars, &c., apply to
5. 1'. BOOZE R, Esq., Sec. B'd.j
COL. S. FAIR, Pres't.
Suitable for well ropes.
200 Barrels and Sack Flour, in store
d to arrive,
From $7.50 to $10 per barrel.
Nov.29 D. MOWER.
Charleston. S. (C.
ARD PEDAY - - - -8260
[s. H. L. BUTFERFIELD, Proprietress.
R. HrAnrrIL-rm S..er.,teaden+.
SPRIN C0TH1,IxIi A10HITS9
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
KINARD & WILEY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
(Successors to Childs & Wiley.)
ARE NOW OPENING the most ELEGANT READY MADE
CLOTHING for MEN, BOYS and CHILDREN that has ever been in this
market, and we intend to sell them AT T HE VERY LOWEST FOR CASH.
Apr. 24. 17-tf.
MOTTE & TARRANT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
WOULD call the attention of th'e public to their large and
x-ell selected stock of
DYE STUFFS, &c.,
Together with a large and well selected stock of
Y> = 1::;V' :F Tj ME;I
Hair, Tooth, Nail, Flesh and Shaving Briishes, Sponges,&c.,&c.,
LAMPS, WICKS, CHIMNEYS, &c.
Agents for the CELEBRATED
NON-EXPLOSIVE CDIXIE 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 AND RETAIL.
Price Lists sent by mail on application, and all orders entrusted to our care
will receive prompt attention.
Thankful for their previous patronage we solicit a continuance of the same
from our friends and the public.
Prescriptions Carefuilly Compounded.
J. WARD MOTTE. H. P. TARRANT.
Sep. 20, 38-tf.
M[O T T E 'S NE TATIONERYI10118E,
L IVE R INIG6R AT ORI E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in the ncw and hand
Phmnix ofce on Mai steet, a complet
Dyspeptic Remedy. *
FOR TI RELIEF AND CURE OF CmrsgLet,pand NotePpr,o
&cute and Chronic Diseases of the Liver, Flat Papers of Cap, Demy, Double-Cap, Me
,Taundice, Gall Stone Heart-Burn, dium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperial
and all Disordersresult- sizes, which will be sold in any quantity, or
ing from manufactured into Blank Books of any site,
Derangemlent of the LIVER, and ruled to any pattern, and bound in any
_________style, at short notice.,
It is a pleasant laxative. movingEVLOS
:he bowels gently and surely, butInedesvrt-lliz,corsadua
ivithout pain ; and is wonderfullyti.
tdapted to eases of Habitual Constipa-BLN BOK
ion, Torpidity of the Liver. It curesOferyvit,MmoadmadPs
sic-k and Nervous Head-ache, Colic,Bok,PceBos,Ivi adLtr
Flatulency, and is an effective remedy BosRcitBos oeBos
n affections of the RHtCsadDAGSENwl
KIDIETS AND BLADDER. ue rwn ae,i hesadrls
MOTTE & TARRANT be,Buse,Cao,DrwnPa.
SOLE PROPRIETORS, ' SAINR
N EWBERRY, S. C. ein n sflatce o ohTahr
Mar. 29 13-tf.anPuis
In elesas, wait-l oes, conor an couls
VffTItIiT9N~ BITERS BANY ARTIOKS.
____f_every varity e ran u an od Pes
ENTIRELY_VEGEooks,PencCaeBks, Ieblne ad Retter
B_ _ oods,.eep oks oeBos
~yspeia, AfanddBack l c iolet and ofCatrine, forndeir
~neuand Copying Puaer, inCheets and rolcs,
BiHousDisass, ei Brdisto Bad ors Paperi and ads,-i
bo ne d Brs evryon,h aing salPepn
raDbiit,ndal f evrt desripationagevriy ofRon
eien wand sll carutis B rYb T ahdr
Blood. B~~~ANK P OKupils.O ndPA
Is ecits halttv ppette,ingortes hoga h ni slums,fu oritin Desks or
he DgesiveOrgns,is dvi ofallha fotirs, Ceabs with State, and to wchnte
aostagreable waruitn. an coriallso,c tent o t elgan stock o kp pfull Pend
a theStomch. t exilartes he sirit cl, adsies wl buerb found Rlbbyr
elievs pati, nd i mos wouerluly loa,ble, nVi oetoe a sharmi e o fb
sonsia pat n Fv r n oyng;. iae;Ceanak
inall debility, and al ir stuaite Class STOSationreet,s
era .It ilprove af p tihe ,~vn i Wov.ich t ppscintend hi Ohalice.
Sal AL RI L00 OT!NAIN He___ wi_til_onuc hi _BNDRYan
~OTT & TAERANTINGESTABLIHMET, whc
henaDigerstv Orans, iso devoitors alDta othr yeash n BisSeand Ftoryic,h
NotgEabearRYing. nnd codaCfec eto.HARESTON,eetufln
Mariu naldblte n reuaiso . R., STOKE.S . C.nStet
GOODL RIACK !NAION
OaFfcurr aThsiePrpretr Door arge and Blrinde Factory,
E WBECRISTIA. CHARLSToNorhr wor tfilcoa
Oa. 25, 11-f tryorer
CUSTO3M made pegged CALF Address GEO. S. HACKER, P. 0. Box
F0Tctandryrrnted "Warerooms, King Street, op.
For sale by D). MOWER. psite Cannon St., on line of City Railway.
Nov. 2-3 47-tf Se. 6, 3-_.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
i PHARMACEUTIST AND CHEMIST,
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
RESPECTFULLY commends to the confidence of the community his populr prepara
tiohs, which are manufactured under his own sbpervision, with great care, and which
may be relied upon for their purity and efficacy.
Fant's Tonic Bitters,
Composed of the best antiperiodic 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 system is, more or less, relaxed.
Fant's Compound Syrnp of Sarsaparilla, Queen's DeUght, &c.
This preparation will purify the blood and eliminate mercury from the system.
Dr FANT'S SOOTHING SYRUP,
An Invaluable Remedy for Children suffering from Teething, Indigestion, and Bowel Affec
My stock of
DRUGS,- MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
Are fresh, large and complete, all of which I guarantee to be Chemically PURE.
Also a large and well selected variety of
PERFUMERY AND 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. 6, 49-tf.
THE uudersigned have this day entered into co-partnership in the general agency
of the Cotton States Life Insurance Company for South C.arolina. Office at Colum
bia and Edgefield C. H., S. C. N. W. ABYEY,
J. W. PARKER.
Having established the office for the above Company in Columbia, we invite at.
tention to one or two of the advantages offered to them who may desire to effect
insurance on their lives in a safe Home Company:
The Board of Managers at a recent meeting, passed unanimously the following reso
"Resolved, That in view 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 Mechani
cal enterprises ; it is ordered, that for the purpose of retaining these sums in our
midst, hereafter a certain proportion of the net cash receipts. from premiums, amount
ing to not more than 70 per cent. of the same be invested in such manner as may
be in accordaHce with the regulations of the Gompany, in those sections from which
the said premiums are attained."
(Signed) WM. B. JOHNSON, Pr-s'L
GFORGa S. O'BE.R, Sec'y.
The Financial strength of the Company places it in high rank. 1.s lal An
nual Statement shows that the Company possesses, besides its large Guarantee, $170
for every $100 of its liability. ABNEY & PARKER.
To carry into effect the foregoing Resolution of the Managers, the Company proposes
to establish Boards of Supervisory Trustees in each County and Villsge in the State, who
will supervise all investments.
Seventy per cent. of all the NET PREMIUM RECEIPTS, from any locality where
there is a Board of Trustees, will be returned and invested with its Policy Holders;
thereby making the "Cotton States Life," a HOME COMPANY to every Policy Holder.
Applications for loans from any locality will be made through its Board of Trustees,
whose approval will secure a loan at moderate rates, and for any period, provided the
collaterals are acceptable by the Directors at th: Home Office in Macon, Ga. No safer
investment of the accumulating assets of a Life Company can be made than with its Poli
cy Holders, and the above plan, so liberal and just, is now offered to the people of New
berry. The privilege of using a portion of the Company's assets, is extended to every
one of its Policy Holders. I therefore propose to establish a Board of Trustees here in
Newberry, and at any other polnt in the District where desirable.
Mar. 27, 13-tf B. F. LOVELACE, Canvassing Agent.
- - r
diffr P t r ,Wa Bards Sh n eet h . r *?$&c. hudre
Mate-iee. or n WnowFamsmaet rdratsor otc. t$ sl,Nwe
StaeE orn. Wee on hnethers Boarck ofhevi, Bo ords, uthof ver af Baltmred J
all of which we guarantee will give entire satisfaction to all who want Good ad Substantial ~
Work. The subscribers can refer to gentlemen all ovar this State, Georgia, North Carolina and I
Florida, as to the character of their work for the past twenty years. and are
The only Practical Mechanics, Bash, Blind and Door Makers, by'Trade,
now carrying on the business in this city.'
W. P. RUSSELL & CO., East Entd of Hazel Street,
HO ieWando Fertilizer Works, and in the im:nediate vicinity of Charleston and Pavilion
All work shipped by us is at half price, to-wit: 65c. per100 lbs., over the So. Ca. R. R.
Oct.11, '71, 41--17.
oD,Sashes Blids &cG R A
1 Invaluable in Teething, and Summer Com
plaints of Children. Cures L
And other Diseases, incident to the period
of Den tition.L
Unlike the "Soothing Syrups," now so
widely used, this CORDIAL contains L
P. P . FOL4 iiE~ Or other injurioue Drug. Is is composed of -
the very -best materials, and should be Sa
Manuactuer ?d Deler, found in every Nursery. The best phyui
No. 0 HyneStret nd Hribck' Whrf,cians recommend it.
CHA RLESTON, S. C. !FC~DB
[7 This is the largest and most complete DrH
Facory ofthe kindin the Southern States, s
and all articles in this line can be furnishe
by Mr. P. P. TOarn at prices which defy I CHARLESTON, S. C
D~Apamphlet with full and detailed list Cg" For sale by MOTTE &~ TA RR ANT,B.i
af all sizes of Doors, Sashes and Blinds, and Newberry, S. C. May 3, 19-tf. ,o
the prices of each, will be sent free and post- U
paid, on application to S
P. P. TOAL1E, . Sl
CHARLESTON, S. C. ?SA
July 12, 28-1y.9A
Russet, Upper ~
DR. H. B3AER, anWhg
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL r
D RUGG3(3ISTI, Onhandandafor.s.le by
NO. 131 MEETING STREET, Apr. 6, 14-tf,- O
CHARLESTON, S. C. T-J
May 3, 1-_f.r F...aeb. Dn MOWE= 4
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ADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CURES THE WORST PAINS
[r FEOX ONE TO TWEUTY XINUZES.
after reading this advertisement need any one
SUFFER WIyH PAIN
ADWAY'S READY RELIEF IS A CURE
FOR EVERY PAIN.
It was the first and is
TEE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
:hat instantly stops the most excruciating pains,
allays Inlammations, and cares Congestions,
whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, orotber
glands or organs, by one lication.
IN F ONE TO MINUTES,
o matter how violent or excruciating the pain
he RHEUMA11C, Bed-ridden, Infirm, C *led.
Nervous. Neuralgio, or prostrated with
RADWAY'S READY RETIE
WILL AFFORD INbTANr EASE.
[NFLA3131ATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER.
[NFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS.
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS.
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING.
PALPITATION OF THE HEART.
EYSTEUICS, CROUP, DIPTHERIA.
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHM15S.
The application of the Ready Re'ief to the part
)r parts where the pain or dlflicult exist will af
rord ease and comfort.
Twenty drops in halfa tumbler of water wMl
In a fcw moments cure CR AMPS. SPASMS.
SOUR STOMACH HEARTBURN. SICE
EEADACHE, DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY,
COLIC. WIND IN THE BOWELS, and zl IN
Travellers should always carry a bottle of ad
way's Ready Relief with them. A fewdru a
water will prevent sickness or paifrom 4e
Df water. It is better tham Frei Brandy or
Bitters as a stimulant.
FEVER AND AGUE
FEVER AND AGUE cured for fifty cents.
rhere is not a remedial agent in this word that
will care Fever and Ague, and all other Mala
rious, Bilious, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow,and other
Fvers(aided by RADWAY'S PILLS),so quick
is RA1)WAY'S READY RELIEF. Fifty cents
STRONG AND PURE RICH BLOOD-IN
CREASE OF FLESH AND WEIGHT
CLEAt SEIN AND BEAU1IFUL COM
PLEXION SECURED TO ALL.
hAS MADE THE MOST ASTONISHING
CURES; SO QUICr!O RAPID ARPTHE
CHANGES THE DY UNDERGOES,
UNDER THE INFLUENCE CF THIS TRU
LY WONDERFUL MEDICINE, THAT
Every Day an Increase in Flesh and
Weight Is Seen and Felt.
THE GREAT ELOOD PUBIFE.
Every drop of the SARSAPARILLIAN RE
SOLVENT communicates through the Blood,
Sweat, Urine, and other fluids and Juieis of the a
yrtem the vigor of Ue, for it repairs the waste
Df the bowy with new and sound materiaL
Scrofula, Syphilis, Consumpon, Glandular die
itse. Ulcers in the throat, outh, rumors,,Nodes
in the Glands and other parts of the system. S
Eyes, Strumorous dischar fom the ,
he worst forms of Skin d , Eruptons
rer Sores. Scald Head, Ring Worm. St
Erysipelas, Acne. Black Sp Worm in .
Flesh, Tumors, Cancers in the Womb. and
weakening and painfal discharges, Night Sweats,
Loss of Sperm and all wastes of the life princi
ple, are within the curative range of this wonder
;f Modern Chemistry. and a few days' use will
p rove to any person using it for either of that
orms of disease its potent power to cure them.
If the patient, daily becoming reduced by the
wastes and decomsitfon that is continually
progressing, su s In arrestling these wastes,
Lod repairs the same with new material made
from healthy blood-and this the SARSAPA
PARILLIAN will and does secure-a cure is
ertain; for when once this remedy commnaeees
ts work of parification, and maceeds- in dints
shing the loss of wastes, its repairs wll be ra
id, and every day the patient wil fel himsel
growing better rnd stronger, the food digesting
etter. appetite Imuroving, and flesh and weighi
Not only does the SAxsaAmLr.Ax Rasor.
rx3T eXC al known remedial apnts inthecure
>f Chronic, Scrofulous, 'o and Ska'
limases; but it is the only poth*ecure for'
UDNEY AND ELDD XAJ,
Zirinary, and Womb diseases, Gravel, Diabetes,
)ropsy. Stops of IncontaninnsU
.Trine, -Bright' isd in'aR
:ases where there are bik-dust depst,or the
water is thick, cloudy, mixed wihsubsaces
ike the white of an ,or threads like white
ilk, or there is a morb, dark, bilious appesr
mee, and white bone-dust deposits, and when
here is a pricking, burning sensation when pass
ug water, and pain in the zsmall of the Back and
done the Loins.
DR. RAD WAY'S
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS,
>erfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
rum, pug, regulate, pufy, cleanse, and
ltrengien. Radway's Pil,for the cure of all
hisodrs of the Slomach, Liver, Bowels, EMd
ieys, Sladder, Nervous Diseases, Heaees
Jonstipation, Costivepess. Indistoni,D~p
Ia, Biliousness. BiIu.s Fever, nampmat~o
he Bowels. Piles and all Derangements ofthe
uternal Viscera.' Warranted to efibt a positive
ure. Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury,
ainerals. or deleterious drugs.
07 Observe the following smtoos resulting
rom Disorders ofthe Digsie ras:
Copstipation, Inward Piles, Fless of the
sloodlt i1IthJIe, Acidity of the Stomaeh,
sanseo, Heartburn, Dlisggst of JjO, 'pIneas or
V'eight in the Stomach. Sour ?rMtos
og or Futtering at the Pit of the twG
wimming of the Head, Hurried and DlSu
A few doses of RADWAY'S PTLLS will free
lao system from all the above named disorders.
Tvice. 25 cents per Boxg. SOLD BY DRUG
READ "FALQE'AND TRUTE." Sand one
ttter-stamp to RADWAY & CO., No.832 War.
mn St., New York. Information worth thou.
nds will he sent you. July 5, 27-ly.
~reenville & Columbia Railroad.
Daily. Sundays excepted, connetigwith
i,:ht Trains on South Carolina Railra,u
ic down, also with Trains going Northan
outh on Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
silroad, and Wilmington, Columbia and Au
eave Columbia................... 7.00 a a
ruiva Greenville................. 54 p
eave Greenville...,.......... i a a
" Cokesbry.................1115 a a
" Abbeville.... ..............9.00 a a
" Newberry.................2.38p -
rDRaoN( BRat NC AND BLUZ RIDGE DTLYW.L
"av Perrvlle................ . 6.0 am
": P'endvle.................. .5am
" Anderson...........8 20 am
rrive at B3elton...............9.10 a a
Connecting with down train from Greenville.
eave Belton at. ...........,.,,.... .00 p a
" Anderson --...-- ...... .... 5.00 p a
"Pendleton............... .........6.0e p a
Perry ville........ ... 6.46 p m
rrive at WaIhalla........... ....... 7.20 p m
Accommodation Trains will be run on Branch
>ads on Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.
ave Cokesbury tor .Abbeville at..11.15 a is
Abbeville for Cokesbury...1.00 p m
nve Belton for Anderson at...10.10 a a
' Anderson for Beiton--........ 2.00 p a
THOS. DODAMEAD, Gen'l Supt.
K[. T. BARTI.ETr, General Ticket Agent.
mmner Schedule Spartanbnrg and Unles
To Commeonce 29th May, 1S'71.
DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN.
Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Leave.
artanburg.... 6.30 6.25
tesvile....... 6.00 6.00 468 4.53
colet .......... 6.08 8.13 4.40 4.46
esie......6.43 648 4.06 4.10
Sie......... 8.20 8.25 2.30 2.35
ih Dam..4 8A.4SA 2.10 2.15
elton.........9.165 S90 140
lea' Ford......... 9. 46 *A 1.1 111
'other....... 10 05 10.10 12.50 12.56
iton.... .... 11.00 12.009
THOS. B. JETER, Presiden&
Lay 31, 1871.
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