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A d SMAurday Won
A, wo 'look .m
h ote, o~oona on 4th Bab
1 'eol . m ,ad at the Methodish
this plao at 5 ololok-p. .
oodras hlave fallen recently in
14.K. V. Ashmore has our thanks
$b iorge ver nice sweet potatoes.
. e accou t of the base ball match
o; pentral by "Rover," is crowded
onthis week-will appear in our next
The Count Democratic Executive
Vowlittee rwil meet at Easley Station
06 Monday, the 19th inst., to take inft
f o 6osideration matters of interest to
the party. .. E. BowEN, Ch'm.
Be sore and go on the excursion to
AtlAnta if yon can rake up two dollars
.nd help out our Presbyterian friends
with their church at Central.
Capt. Thornley brought to our office
last aturday a fully opened cotton
boll, raised on his farm near this
Married, at the residence of the
bride's father, on Sunday evening,
July 27th, 1878, by Rev. J. C. Parrott,
Ma. F. C. PARSONS and MIsS MARY J.
ATLooD-all of Pickens.
-et every Democrat in the County
en-oll himself in some niub and vote
for the man of his choice on the 80th
- Dr. T. W. Folger, a prominent
young physician ot Central, paid us a
visit last Monday. Our latch string
always hangs on the outside Doctor.
'There will be much brandy made in
this County this season. Mr. H. B.
Hendricks has a distillery up near
this place and is pushing right ahead.
Under appointments made by the
County Executive Committee, the
Tandidates are stumping the County.
At Pumpkintown, Eastatoe and Hows
.atd's Shop the people turned out gen..
orally, and everything passed off
quietly and pleasantly. The meeting
z.t Central came of yesterday.
The County Musical and S. S. Con
eno~tion organized at George's Creek
Church on the 9th instant, by the el
ec ion of Captain J. HI. lBowen as Pre,
sident, G. W. Boroughs vice-.Presi
'dent, and W. G. F~ield secretary. We
are int(ormed that the Coniventioni was
u decided .sucess.
Mr. Elbert Roberts accidentally
shiot himself last week. lie sat his
~'gun, a double'barrelea shot gun, down
by his side with the cock halt sprung;
one of the hammers feil, discharging
the gun and the load, small shot, pas
se~d upwards throughi one cheek, in
fuLicing a painful, though not danger,.
ous, flesh w ound.
BEL.TON, WILLIAMSTON AND EAsLEY
JA JLaoAD.-We are gratified to learn
'that the corporators of this new and
important enterprise, have secured
the services -of Caiptatn Kirkc, of
Rluffton, 8. C. to make an experimen
t1a1 survey of the route from Easley
Sttion to Sassafras Gap. The pres,
ent, survey will be made, we learn,
east of this plaice, and on the ridge
dividing, the wate~rs of Twelve Mile
~Wand sanluda rivers. The Engineer
and hisecorps of assistants commenced
the survey at Easley Station on last
Monday morning, and we trust that
the people along the route will extend
to themell the assistance within their
''An old physician, retired from prac,
tice, having had placed in his hands by
an East Ipdla missionar y the ton mula
et a simple vegetable remedy, for the
speedy and permanent cute for con,.
guniption, bronchitis, catarrh, asth ma,
and all throatand lung affections, also
Spositive and radical cure for nervous
ebility and all nervous complaints,
)JItei' having tested its wonderful cu
rativo powers in thousands of cases,
has felt It his duty to make it knowvn
to hIs sufferiung fellows. Actuated by
this motive, and a desire to relieve
hunman su'frering, I will send, free of
oharge, to all who desire it,this recipe,
with fdil directions for preparing and
using, in German, French, or English.
Elofti by mail by addressing with
#Mtamp, flaminst this paper. WV. W.
hierar, 149 Powers' Bock, Roches
r, ow York. 49-4
- 4 Man of a Thousand.
A Consumptive accidentally cured.
6hen death was hourly expected, all
.esedles having failed, and Dr. HI.
James was experlmenting with the
herbs of Caloatta, he accident.
'iT d a preparation of Cannabis
ona, which cured his only child of
c R~uptlon. His child is now in this
A andenjoying the best of
b esirous of benefiting the
I' he .Doctor now gives tlis
Qn receipt of two stamps
t,(~ y.~ ~ Thbre is not a single
pnJtion that it does
ko 14 of and dissipate.
N ~ ovishness, irritation
Sarne di~b memorr,
S0xourio, 4:ain on th
no flroad from Central t,
Atlanta, starting from Central oi
Monday morning. the 26th inst., ano
returning Tuesday evening, the 27th
Fare for the round trip, $2.00. Spe
cial arrangements will be made witl
a firt class hotel, so that the expense
need not exceed $1.00. The whol
proceeds will be applied to the build
ing of the church. For further infor
mation apply to S. W. Clayton, Chair
man, or T. W. Folger, Secretary, Cen
tral, S. C. Tickets can be obtained a
Pickens C. U. Irom 0. . Rollings.
Overtarking the Energies.
It is not advisable for any of us t<
overtask our energies, corporeal o1
mental, but in the eager pursuit o:
wealth or fame or knowledge, hom
many transgress this salutary rule. Il
must be a matter of groat importanc
to all who do so to know how they
Dan regain the vigor so recklessly ex
r ended. The remedy Is neither cost
l or difficult to obtain. Hostetter'
Stomach Bitters is procurable in every
Dity, town and settlement in America
and it compensates for a drain o
bodily or mental energy more effec
tually than any invigorant ever pre
scribed or advertised. Laboring men
athlets, students, journalists, lowyers
Diergymen, physicians, all bear testi
mony to its wondrously renovating
powers. It increaaes the capabilitie
for undergoing fatigue, and counter
acts the injurious effects upon th(
system of exposure, sedentary habits
tnhealthy or wearying avocations, o1
in insalubrious climate, and is a prim<
%lterative, diuretic and blood depuren
AN HISTORICAL FAcT.-Every agent wh<
lias been steadily selling the Improved $2(
Homestead Lock Stitch Sewing Machine foi
three years, owns his dwelling house, has n
good account in bank, is clear of debt, and
lus money at interest,-the natural conse,
juenae of securing a good agency for supe
rior goods at the lowest prices. A good first
Dlass Sewidg Machine, most useful-reliable
%t all times, easy to understand and control
the same size and does the same work as any
machines that sell at FoUR TIMEs the price
rhere is no machine at any price better, oi
that will do finer or more work, and certainly
none so low in price by many dollars. Thme
HIoMESTEAD) is widely Enown and used iI)
thousanids of families in the Eastern antl
Middte States, and daily becoming popular
in the West. It will save its coat several
times over in one season, doing the work o1
the family, or will earn four er five dollars
dlay for any man or woman who sews for i
iving, it is the strongest machine made, ii
ready at all times to do its work, makes the
strongest and finest stitch yet invented, ant
is fully acknowledged as the Standard Faimil'
Sewing Machine. Price, complete for do
meetic use, reduced to $20, delivered at youm
door, no matter how remote you may reside
B~usiness permanent and honorable, witi
more certain and rapid sales, and large
profits than any other. Extraordinary liberat
offers made to local or traveling agents whier
we have none established; or, if there is n
agent near you, send your order direct to th
factory. Address John H. Kendall & Co.
421 Bri oadway, New York.
COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE,
PICKENs 5. C., August 1st, 1878.
N OTIOE is hereby given that this offi
will be open at Pick ens from August 1i
to September 19, .1878, t o receive Tax Rteturn
of all Real Estate and Personal Property
All Returns not made on or before the 19tl
of August 1878, will be writ ten up accordin
to law from the old Tax Book, or made freon
the best, information that can be obtained
and fifty per cent., added thereto.
All male persons from twenty-one t~o sixt
years of age are required to return thei
polls. Parties claiming exemption fro m Po
Tax on account of disabilities will be requic
ed to make oath that they are exempt ac
cording to law.
Merchants and manufacturers must maki
their returns strictly according to law.
By Act of Assembly, 1878, Auditors ar
required to make "a new assessment of a
Real Estate in their respective Counties,
and all persons owning Real Estate in thei
own name er as Committee, Trustee, Guardiar
Administrator, &c., as the case may be, o1
the 1st of June, 1878, must govern thetm
In order to avoid errors in the Returnc
each taxpayer must make their own Returnm
and with the view of enabling thenm to d
this, I will be at the following places at th
time specified, viz:
Howard's Shop, August 10th and 12th.
Payne's Store, Au gust 18tb.
Central, August 14th and 15th.
Liberty, August 17th
Easley, August 19th and 20t.h.
Dacusville, August 21st and 22nd.
Pumpkintown, August 28d.
Eastatee, August 24th.
After September 19th, 1878, this office wi
be closed for taking Returns, and fifty pc
cent- penalty added on all returns not mad<
W. HI. HESTER.
Auditor Pickens County.
Aug. 8, 1878 48 2
Atlanta Medical College.
T H E Twenty-First Annual Course of Le
tures winl commence October 15th, 187:
and close March 4th, 1879.
FAcULTY-J. 0. Westmoreland, W. F. Wes
moreland, W. A. Love, V. HI. Taliaferr
Juo. Thad. Johnson, A. W. Calhoun, J. I
Logan, .l. T. Banks; Demonstrator, C. I
Send for Announcement. giving full Infoc
JNO. THAD. JOHNSON, M.D., Dean.
augl1, 1878 47 eow8m
I T AKE th is method ef informing all parti
interested, that I will be found In my c
floe, at Plckens Court House:" on ea<
W E D NESD AY, and on each SAa3DA
for the purpose of transacting any busine
that comes under m uidein
om metob absent i difernt
theI4 p.on tse peai
the & f tiooseredaOIs m
WE ARE NOW OFFERIlNG
OF EVERY KIND, AS WE DE,
r sire to close out our stock
to make room for
A FULL SUPPLY OF
COFFEE, SUGAR, SYRUP, FLOUR
and Bacon always on han:1, at
HAGOOD, ALEXANDER & CO.
July 25, 1878 46
Dolt Catoh ncemoni!
BUT CALL AT
LIBERTY'S CHEAP CAS II
AND BUY YOU A
I havo just received and elegant as
GENTS,' BOYS', AND
LADLEs', BOOTS, SIIOES,
Which 1 amn offeruing low down fer
I am also receiving da'ly, choice
lots of fresh Grocerics, consisting in
COFFEE, SUGAR, FL~OUR,
HIAMS, LARD, &c.
Which 1 will sell at rock-bottorn pri
.ces. Ca.ll early and often.
T. B. CRYM ES.
July 4, 1878 43
.NE W ADVJER TISEMlENTS.
Albemarle Female Institute,
Charlotteville, Virginia. $200 for Boaird
o and Literary Tuition for Nine months, be.
tginning October 1st. Music, Drawving and
a Painting extra. For catalogues address RL.
.1H. RAWLINGJS, M. A., President.
S 3E J EL CLA881CAL and MI.
near Warrenton, Virginia. Prepares for
College, University or Busirness'. Recomn
mended for Location, Health, Morality, Schol
r ar-ship and Discipline. T E RMS-Board andl
tuition per half session $45. For cat alogue
.address MAJ. A. G. SMITH, Superintendent.
Bethel Academy, P. 0., Fauquier, county
Thomasville Female Collego
DAVIDSON, CO. N. C.
The 22d Session begins August 28th, 1878,
r Board and Tuition in English per month, $15
,A first class institution unsvrpassed for beau.
ty of location, health and every requisite
..Eight thoroughly qualified live teachers. Un
usually extensive and thorough course
s Three grades of Diplomnas. To accommodate
,the, steadily increasing patronage a large ad
o, dit ion to the builing is in progress. For ca
8 talogue address,
H. WV. REINHIART, President.
OURTH! SESSION opens September 1
F187R, and closes .June 1, 1879.
Fees in Literary and Scientific D~epart
ment, $65; Law, $100; Medicine, $65, The
rBoard and lodging per month, $16 to $20
Professors, 27; Instructors, 8; Student
-' last year, 405 For catalogues address
L. C. .GARLAND, Chancellor,
aug 1, 1878 47 4
Keowee Lodge, No. 79. A. F. M
THlE REGULAR MONTITLY MEET
SING OF KEOWEE LODGE, No. 701
V'A.., F.-. M,-. will take place o1
SSATURDAY ON OR BEFORE THlE FULL MOO.
IN EACH MIoNTII, at half past 8 o'clock Thi
attendance of all the members is earntesti
R. A. CHILD, W. M.
- W. 0. FrELo, Secretary.
OPIMm ad orphine habitenred
To WIake Mony pleasantly an
fast, agents should address
FILY, HIARVEY & (Co., Atlanta, G0
ar WOOL CARDS.
tIl T HAVE had our WOOL CARDAd thorough i
of .L repaired, and am conAdent that these wb3
or. patronla us this year will be better please
., with tht Woo that ie bgtoe~ $Ptu
XPALL IN PRICES.
ed. or $100 per week.
flVI RVaR ANADYT AND NUUR oUt o1' ORDE.'"
$0 SEWING MACHINE $20
For Domestio use.
WITH TABLE AMD FJXTURES 00M
PLETE, REDUCED TO ONLY $20.
A perfect and unequaled, large, strong and
durable Machine, constructed elegant and
solid, froni the best material with mathema..
tioal precision, for Constant Family use or
manufacturing purposes. Always ready at a
moment's notice to do its day's work, never
out of order, and will last a generation with
moderate care; easy to understand and man
age; light, smooth, and swift running, like
the well regulated movement of a fine watch;
Simple, Compact, Efficient and Reliable, with
all the valuable improvements to be found in
the highest priced Machines, warranted to do
the same work, the same way, and as rapid
and smooth as a $75 Machine. An acknow,
ledged triumph of ingenious mechanical skill,
essentia.ly the working woman's friend, and
far in advance of all ordinary Machines, for
absolute Strength, Reliability and general
usefulness; will Hem, Fell, Tuck, Seam, Quilt.,
Bind, Braid, Cord, Gather, Ruffle, Shirr,
Plait, Fold, Scallop, Roll, Embroider, Run
up Breadtha, &c., with wonderful rapidity,
Eeatness and ease, sews the strongest lasting
stitch equally fine and smooth through all
kinds of goods, from cambric to several thick
nesses of broadcloth or leather, with fine or
coarse cotton, linen, silk or tWine. Gives
perfect satisfaction. Will earn its cost sev,
eral times over in a season in the work it does
or make a good living for any man or woman
who desires to use it for that purpose; works
so faithful and easy the servants or children
can use it without damage. Price of Ma
chine with light table, fully equipped for
family work, $20. HALF CAsE, COVER, SIDE
DRAWER AND CABINET STYLES each at cor.
rerpondingly low rates. Safe delivery guar..
anteed, free fron damage. Explanatory
pamphlets illustrated with engravings of the
several styles of Machines, references, va
riety of sewing, &c., mailed free. Confiden
tial terms with lihernl inducements to enter.
prising Clergymen, Teachers, Business Men,
Traveling or Local Agents, &c., who desire
exclusive Agencies, furnished on application.
Address JOHN II. KENDALL & CO., 421
Browlway, New Yoak.
Jaft81, 1878 21 ly
WARRANTED BEST & CHEAPEST.
Also, MILLING MACHINERY,
PRIOES REDUCED AM. 20, '78.
Pamphlets frce. Ormzi, Yonx, 2.
AGENTS 1t you want to M AKE
MONEY plcasantly and faist, address
FINLEY, LIAlVEY & C0., Atlanta, Ga.
No.32 N. Eighth St.
Who hasShad Loute, Mo.
eual troubica ofbol a fen ma th ramn ofy e
ractice inhll tw new wrkaut pfihed, entitlesa
The PHYSIOL.OOY OF MARRIAGE
The PRIVATE M EDICAL. ADVISER
nok hat ar onll flie an n Sefiarues in all mnat..
langage, e aly understod utiye to ok ei ra 54
pages, and contain valuable infargantion for both mnarried and
sigewit al lthe recent improemn ts in mdcal treatmen
in Dr. Bultb' new work lan no way of questionabe char
Tent. tho victi otcf rlyh inieton;e o n, h is
erbty healthy may b~ o ai r Insh
t.-8t. Louis Journalr rsez is he
P'oPULAR PRic~s -0 eta. each
both isn one volume, $1; in cloth an
it 5eeextra Bent under seal, o
of__ pro oe or stamp.
We will isert a one-inch advertisement,
thirteen times, in onie thiousaind American
weekly newspapers, and from good parties
wvill accept a six monthus' note in settlement.
Advertisement, may appear three monthls
every week, or every other week six months.
lialf luchl For $425
Four Lines For $280
Three Lines For $225
For cash payment entirely in advance, five
per cent discoulnt. No extra charge for mak
ing and sending cuts. Files may be examined
at our office. For catalogue of papers and
oilher information address OEO. P. ROWELL
& CO., '0 Spruce Street, New York.
P. 8.-For an order amounting to $1,000
we will give a reading notice gratis.
A LBEMARL EfMkALE INSTI
.1 TUTE, Charlottesville, Virginia, Trwen
ty-second session (O'months), begins October
1st. Board, including washing, fuel and
lights and tuition in Eniglish, Latin, Greek
and French, $200 per session. Music, Draw
ing and Painting equally low. The Albes
marle is the best furnished Institute in tile
South. New Ten--pin Alleys, new Bath
Rooms, and the Strongest Chalybeat Mineral
Water in Virginia for pupils free. Full Fa
culy. An escort furnished three or more
pupils from the same point, free. For cata,
RL.-11. RAWLINOS, M. A-, Pres.
'I EST Tobacco
A warde Af e re at Centennial Exposition for
juno ehnoing qual tise and cmlence and etinig chajr
aeler of sweetening and flavoring. T ho boat tobacco
ever mado. As our blno strip trade-mhrk is closely
Imitated o-: inferior good, see that Jacks.on'a Bdt fa
on every plug. Sold by all dealers. sendl for sample,
freo, to 0. A, JAcxsozi & Co., Mflrs., Petersburg, V.
1)TANTC Beautiful Concert Grand
L.L.LXI'..Pianos, cost, $1,600, only
$425. Superb Grand Square P'ianos, cost
$1,100, only $255. Elegant. Upright Pianos,
1 cost $800, only $155. New Style Upright
Pianos $112.50. Organs $35. Organs 12
stops, $72 50. Church Organs, 10 stops, cost
~$300, only $116. Elegant $3'75 Mirror Top
Orgns only $105. Tremiendous sacrifice to
close out present stock. New steam factory
soon to be erected. Newspaper with mnuchI
-informaltion about cost of Pianos and Organs,
sent free. P'lease address DAN[EL F. B..
A TTY, Washingt on, N. J.
$- A DAY to Agents canvassing for the
Fireside Visit or. Termns and Oufit Free.
Address P. 0. VIC'KlRY, Augusta, Maine.
For Business Purposes, ours cxcel
all othieys in clearness and volume
of tone. Ullustrated circulars and testimow
y nials for 3 cents. Address J1. R. HOLCOMBI,
0 Mallet Creek, Ohio.
$ IK3XES IN TiE NUTIR;
All owning land they desire to self addes,
wac statmjp deseription and lawst ash
USUALLY KEPT IN.AN
U, Countr gt0,
M cF A LL'S,
?RICES TO SULro TIlE HARD
WV. T. Mc~FALL.
Jan 10, 1878 18
NEW A.DVER TISEMEN TS.
Beautiful ConcerL Grand Pia- flg
hilMMU nos price 51600 only $425.UVAMA
Superb Grand Square Pianos, price $1,100
)fly $255. Elegant~ Upright Pianos, price
5800) only $155. Now satyle Upright PIanos
i;112.50. Organs $35. Organs 12 stops
672.50. Church Organs 16 stops price $300,
mnly $115. Elegant $d75 Mirror Top Or
;ans, only $105. Buyers come and see me at
wome if I am not as represented, R1. R. Fare
paid both ways and Piano or Organ given
Free. Large ilust. Newspaper with mutch in
~ormnation about cost of Pianos and Organ a
aent free. Please address DANIEL, F. IJEA-r-r,
Washington, N. J,
U.... $$8eeeso Revolver with
& M H aMM~ox cartridges. Address,
J. lBown & Son, 186. & 138 Woote et i
burg, Pa. IsretPit
&GENTS WANTED I Medals anid Diplo,
nmas awarded for HIOLMAN'S NEW
2,090 Illustrat ions. lAddress for new circu
lars, A. J. HOLMAN & CO., 930 Arch St.
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Under the patronage of Rtt. Rev. Bishoi
Lynch. For Prospectus please addves
"T H E MOT HE R S UPER10R," Ursulin4i
Convent, Valle Crucis.
Saalford's The only comabin'itio,
of the true Jamaica Gin
ger with choice Aromatici
and French Brandy foi
Cholera, Cholera Morbus
Cramps and Pains, Diar
ihoea and Dysentery
Jamlaica D~yspepsia, Flatulency
Want of Tone and Activi
ty in the stomach an<
bowels and avoiding th
dangers of change of Wae
ter. Food and climate.
Ask for SANFORD's J*1
Glagr maica Glinger._____
PA~asoss' PliRGA TIVE PIr,.,s make New Ric1
Blood, and will completely change the bloc
in the entire system in three months. An
person who will take 1 pill each night fror
1 to 12 weeks may be restored to soun
health, if such a thing be possible. Sent b
mail for 8 let ter stamps.
I. S. JoHsoN~ & Co., Bangor, Me.
aug 15, 1878 49 4
THE UNEQUALLED JAM LEFFEL DOUBLE
POltTABL5 AWD STATIONAXY
SAW, ILOU AND GlIST MILIA,
\(*U llT R0(' Al r TIL(,MI
AGEwNTpSb Apts E Try 1g*OQ
Mon , p~4 ,zp.U~ ~
~& (~9~ ~hC~
PE AL .
(. .~ lu
Bar Iron and Steel;
Blackstnith's, Ogrpenter's atid Machanic'g
Builders H are of ever d'eseiipion;
Wagon and Carriage ateril
A full line of Best Quality Leather and.Rub;
ber Belting, always in stdok;
Fairbanks Standard sai9les;
The Hall Safe and Look Comnpany;
The "Taylor" Cotton Gin;
Tucker's Patent Alarm Money Drawer
Also, for the Celebrated Shuenberger Horse
and Mule Shoes.
We are prepared to sell Sweodes Iron at
the lowest quotations from any markets, and
still propose to duplicate involoes from North.
er Jobbing Houses, adding- only actual
WILKINS, WILLIAMS & CO.
Greenville, S. C.
Sept 6, 1877 52 6m
THE PAPER 'XO .TAKE,
TH 1BM ICLZ AND AN'INE
THE CONSTITTIONA LIST
TWO PAPBRs CONSOLIDATED MAUCH IS. 1877.
T HE Chronicle & Constitdtionalist, (Daily,
Tri Weekly, Weekly)-the only morning
paper published in the city of Augusta, and
the only paper receiving the Telegraphic
Dispatches of the New York Associated Press.
The only morning paper published in Eas
tern Georgia, and Western South Carolina.
Offers greater advantages to advertisers than
any paper in the South.
The Chronicle & Constitutionalist is Demo
cratic in politics, but perfectly independent
in its comments upon men and measures. Its
opinions upon all important matters are
.fearlessly expressed, and resolutelyi main
tained. During the coming Winter special
correspondents in Washington, Atlanta, and
Columbia, will keep our readers fully in
formed of the proceedings of Congress andi
of the Legislature of Georgia and South
Carolina. its commercial repots are carefully
compiled, and are full and accurate. Now in
the time to subscribe.
Daily, $10 per annum; Tri-Woekly, $5;
Weekly, (a mammoth sheet) $2. cash in ad.
vance. Each edition sent free of postage.
WALSH & WIGIIT, Mlanagers.
aug 1, 1878
MI1SS DICKINSON will resume the exer
cises of her school on Mlonday, July
She will be assisted by Mliss Vs8'rA MNAUT.
DIN, who has recently graduated at Willian..
ston Female College.
There will-be a free term of about six weeks,
after which tuition will be as follows.
Primary Iranches peor month, $1 00
Intermediate Branches per mon t'h, 1 50
Advanced Branches per month, 2 00
No deduction will be made, etcept in case'
of protracted sickness.
* R. M.- DiCKINSON, Pri~noipak
July 18, 1878 48 4
Manho0( da1 all tsorderu brought onb nadIa
e otln or exes. An ni as as the Inr
*West aSitah-Street, canecinnts,'0.
1[ow Lost, Ilo# JRestoredi
J UST published, a new edition of Dr. CUL
VEiclRWELL'S ('ellebrated Esiay on the
rdclcure (without medicine) of SPERMIA.
TonR HIoIA ~or Seminal Weaknebs, Involunta'y
Seminal Losses, imnpotency, Miental and
Physical Idcapacity, Impediments to Mar..
ringe, etc.; also, Consumption, Epllepsey
-afld Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sex
ual extravagance, &c.
3"Price, in- sealled cnvolope, only sixc
The celelirated author, in this admirable
,Essay, clearly demonstrates, fromn a thirty
,years' successful practice, that the alarming:
-conseiuencO of''self-abuse may be radically
I cured without the dangerous use of interna.
D medicine or the application of the knife;
-pointing out a mode of cure at once simple
- certain, and effectual, by means- of which
- every sufferer, no matter what his condition
may be, may cure himself cheaply, and rad..
3W Tis Lectutre should be in the hiand a
of every &outh and every man in the land.
Sent undler seal, in a plain envelope, t)
any address, post-paid, on receipt of si.
ai cents or two postage stamps.
Address the Publishers,
y THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO.,
i 41 Ann Sm., New York; Post office Biox, 458g.
July 11, 1878 44 l
M. R. BEECO.
Greenville, S. 0,
' UPPLIES his customers with any BEW
ING MACHINE they desire. Also needle
and attachments for any. Call next door to
T. W. Davis and see his last lot of new Sing
er, Hlows, Weed, W heeler & Wilson. and othe
Machines. He sells all cheaper than the
He also cuts suits out of less cloth than
anybody. See list as follow,
Coods for Coat--8 to 8} yards.
Goods for Pants-~.21 to 21 yards.
Goods for Vest--J yards.
COAT--Body ltiing. 2& yards: canvass,
yard; Wadding, 1 sheet; . Shite -DriU
- } yards; SIlk, 2 spools; Cotton) 1
spool; Dettona, etc. ~
- ANTB.--lte Drnill, 4 yard; Canse,
Bilk,) * I. Ootto@, 1 so
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