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BETWEEN THE EBB AND FLOW.
The evening breeze is singing low
A Inlirtby ?.oday,
I have a question I would ask
Before ir dies away.
The pebbles on tbe bench are dry,
The tide bas sunken low ;
A little form is standing there
Between the ebb and flow.
A tangled mass of soft brown hair.
Two ejes east meekly down,
A little face the sun has kissed,
Two ehetks a little brown ;
Two Hille Hps that pout and save,
.T do not think I know,"
Two little lips that tell a Qb,
Between the ebb and flow.
A little be?rt that longing walt?
To know what next 'twill bear,
A little face that shyly looks
To see if still I'm near.
Ab! little heart that whispered "Tes,"
Thongh pouting lips said "No,"
You thought that you'd be asked again,
Between the ebb and flow.
A little face balf frigbtened, when
I turn to go away,
Two little hand's that slyly reach
As if to bid me rtay ;
A little voice that softly says,
I did not mean that "Nor
A little pride that well was lost,
Between the ebb and flow.
[From tbe Paterson Guardian.]
WHAT A CHE W OF TO BA CO DID FOB
AN ILLINOIS POSTMASTER.
A "chaw" has sent a man to th? peni
eetstiaiy. Ic seems that a registered
letter which had been forwarded to
Chicago, from one of the country post
offices, was tampered with at some point
on the route. Upon arriving at the
place of destination, five 8100 bills which
ought to have been in the envelope were
not to be found. The matter was put
into the hands of a skilful detective for
investigation. Upon soaking the en?
velope he discovered where it had been
opened and resealed. He then ex?
amined the mucilage with a microscope,
and saw that small particles of plug to?
bacco adhered to the paper.
At once the officei resolved to track
through the various offices, and see who
of the Government employees had hand?
led letters, chewed plug. For some
time trie case looked like a boneless one.
The Post Office clerks in the rural
districts nearly all chewed fine cut.
Finally at the very office in which the
letter was mailed, the postmaster offer
ed the official some ping, in response to
a request for i chew, and, ns if the un?
fortunate official was bent upen his own
recrimination, he remarked that <lhe
had never chewed anything else but
Upon this statement the detective ran
the risk and ai rested the surprised
countryman, not for chewing plug to?
bacco, but for robbing the United States
mail. Upon searching the office the
missing bill were found well folded up
rn an old fashioned daguerreotype case.
The dishot.est postmaster is filling an
engagement at thc Illinois Penitentiary.
JOSH BILLINGS ON COURTSHIP.
Courtin is a luxury : it is the pla
spell of the sole. The man who has
never courted has lived in vane. He has
been a blind man among land scapes, he
has been a def! mau io the ?and of hand
orgrns and by thc side of murmurio
canals. Courtin is like two little springs
of waler that start out from under a
rock at the foot ot a monntain, and runs
dowa hill side by side, singing, dancing
and spaterin each other, eddyiu and
frothin, and kaskadin, and hidden under
the bank, now full of shadder, bimby
they jine and then go slow. I am in
favor ol* long courtin ; it gives the par?
ties a chance to fiu J out each other's
trump cards. It is good exercise, and
is just as innocent as five marina Iambs.
* * * *
Perhaps it is best I should state some
good advice to the young men who are
about to court with a view to matrimony
as it was.
In the first place, young men you
ought to get your system all right; j 1
then find a young woman who is willin
to bc courted on the square.
Thc next thing is to find out how old
site is, which you ean do by asking her,
and she will sa she ts ll) years, and ?his
you will Sud will not be lar out of the
The next is to begin moderate, sa
once every nile in the week for the fus
six months, increasin thuk dose as thc
pasht-nt seems to require.
It is a fust rate way to court the girl's
mothera little OD the start, for there is
one thing a woman never despises, and
that is a little good courtin if it is done
on the square.
After the fust year you will begin to
like the basines*.
There is one thing I always advise,
that is to not swap photograghs oltcner
than wunst every 0 daze, unless you for?
get how the gal looks.
Occasionally you want to look sorrow
and draw in yuur wind as tho VDU had a
pain; this will set the ga! to tecziu you
to fi::d out what ails you
Kveu meetins are a good thing to
tend. It wiil keep y?ur religion in
tune, find if your gal happens to bc there
by accident, she can ask yon to go home
As a general thing I wouldn't brag
on other girls mu h whou I was cortin.
It might look as though you knu tew
much. If you court three weeks io this
wa, all the time ou the square, if you
don't ?a it is the sleekest tim? of your
life you CUD go io the cheap store and
get measured for a plug hat at my ex
paint: and pay for it.
?- It is a well established Joel-that
ft person who is guilty of squirting to?
bacco ju'*,' in the house ol worship,
don't expec./o-rate ns a gentleman.
A ward of kruduesa- is seldom
spoken io vain. I? is a seed whioh, even
whet! dropped by chance, springs up a
- Tho lagt instance of modesty >
thut of a lady who refused to wear a
watch in ^vt bosom b'.-canso it had
-- Man often weep? in his sleep.
When he awakes he scarcely remembers
that he ha3 shed tear*. So regarding
life; ?it tho second thou wilt uo ionger
know that thoa hn?t wept ia the first.
The mere laps?? of years U not life.
Love, knowledge, truth, beauty, good?
ness faith, atone eau give vitality to
tho mechanism of existence.
-A well-bred woman never hears in
SPICE &>X< j
- You never l?se tj doing a good
- Zeal withcut Itaowledge is fire
- The best thing to give to the poor
- Every young doctor will get OD if
be only has patients.
- The crumb of comfort for an idle
man-is a whole loaf.
- An off-handed fellow-one who
has lost both of bis arms.
- Young ladies had better be fast
asleep than "fast awake."
- Dr. Mary Walker now has fourteen
pairs of pants in her wardrobe.
-Wheo are the surgeons of an army
most useful?-In the pill age.
-A wall between two preserves
-Woman shows her fondness for the
unity by always wauling to be won.
- An idle brain U the devil's work?
-What is called liberality is most
often only the vanity of giving, which
we like better than what wo give.
-'Twixt women and wine man's life
is a smart: wine makes his bead ach?
and woman is heart.
-Why can no quadruped! enter a city
garden'/-Because there never can be
more than three feet ina yard.
-The greatest glory is not in never
falling, but i^-rising every time we
-W:howas the first convict?-Adara,
he was condemned to bard labor for
-'Be jabers !' said Pat, who was born
DO the last day of thc year, 'had I de
laytd a bit, where would I have been?'
-A roan who sat upon a paper of
carpet nails said they reminded bim
painfully of the income tax.
An Irish editor congratulates himself |
that "hull the lies told about him ain't
- The sting of a bee carries convic
tion with it. It makes a man a bee
eaver at once.
- Portland has a colored centenarian,
irhcm the Transcript of that city calls
'one of the dark ages."
- Wrhcn docs rain become too famili
ir to a lady ? When it begins to patter
3u the back.
- A contemporary says, "The first
printers were Titans." There are a good
many "tight una" among tbem still.
- Why are types like criminals?
Because it is not proper to lock them
up without proof.
- A Newark man's wife has had
twins, and he is going to have her ar?
rested for repeating.
-'Are you food of tongue ?' said the
landlady. 'Always was, :.ud like it
-'There is something very attrsctive
in little girls,' said the parson. 'Yes,'
?td the old farmer ; 'and it is still more
.o as they grow older*'
-The great difference between men,
:hc great and the insignificant, is ener
ry, invincible determination, an honest
purpose once fixed, and then victory.
- It is with our thoughts as with our
?otrers-those that are simple in ex?
pression carry their seeds with them;
hose that are double charm thc mind,
)ut produce nothing.
- Yourg ladies io New Haven,
?onn., delight in play ng on the fiddle,
riie idea of having four strings to their
)0ws, they declare, is perfectly splendid.
- "Ah!" yawned a bachelor, "this
?orld is but a .gloomy prison." To
hose io solitary confinement," added a
aitty young lady.
- Thc latest style at a dinner party
s to bave a fan placed at each lady's
date, on which is printed the bill of fare,
nd on the side of which is a small
ooking glass, so that she is able to
urvey herselfand karp cool.
- A druggist in New s ork displays
, vial of some liquid stuff labelled "Job's
fears." Thc tear? may be genuine or
therwise, but it is certain that, being |
lottled, they are very suggestive of a
- An illiterate farcaer, wishing to
titer some animals at au agricultural
xhibition, wrote to the secretary as fol
JWS : "Also enter me for the best
ickass, I am ?ore of raking the prc
- "Hans, when I pay you cawh, you
barge more than when it goes on the
"Ya as: dat is rieht. You ree, Pave
o much seharge on my book, un I
omedimes lose um, un zo, ven Pave a
oot cash customer, I seharge goot pri?e:
ut, ven I puts it on my book, I no like
9 seharge zo much, zo if he never pay
m, I no loose zo much."
Court of Common Pleas?
COUNTY OF SUMTER.
Elizabeth X. Bradley, Plaintiff, against
John AJVL'-'HI Bradley, Gordon Brad'
l'y, .ha ry Murray Braddy, Sa ?mu? ]
Bradley, Henry Ilttghet Bradley,
Juan N. Friertun and Edward E.
Puiiiunt to an Order of tba Coori in this
?ade at Maj Term. |8~1, tb? Crediton of Samuel
. bradley. deoaated, ibo'lettator in toe eanre, are
ere bj notified to ooma in before ne and prara
belr debts, on or before tba 1 ot daj of Deceasber
ext, and ibat ia defaolt of tbeir coming la to
rora tbeir debt? bj that tima tba? will ba tx
Iud,*4 the benefit of tb? deerea rot' * in tba i
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Offer tao largest Stock te he found la thia
country, aid unequalled in choice variety and
cheapness, comprising tho latest European NOT.
Orden solicited ead prompt al toa time giren.
E. & H. T. ? N THO NY & CO*?
MI BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
larlts the attantUa of the Trade to their exton,
sire assort osent of the abor* goods, of their ?wa
publication, maa alertare and iaportation.
PHOTO LANTERN SLIDES, .
and EU .
NEW VIEWS O? YOES MITE.
E. A H. ?. AM THO ET A CO.,
MI Broadoay, Naur York,
Ch^ot toMetropoliraa Hotel
Importers and Mtnafaetares of '
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Kinsman Sf Howell,
Factors and Commission
i of tho Throat ?nd Longa,
in tba a/boie history of
iron no wider; and so
_nee ol' rrrnrkind, as this
exceuem remedy tat jmbmnary complaints.
toS^tstiniation, as il baa become better known.
Itt uaiftrm character and power to core the va
rioca a?setiona of the longa and throat, have
S5a lt known aa a reliable protector against
them. 'ffbUe adapted to mildtxforms of disease
and to young children, it is at the same time the
moat eAsctual remedy that can be given for incip?
ient consamntion, and the dangerous, affections
cttbeSfandWs. As a j?v^ against
sodden attacks of Crews*, it should bc kept on
hand in every family, and Indeed aa all are some
treass subject to colds and coughs, all should be
provided with this antidote for them.
AW*"*}*** mtfl^ Cunrumption ia thought in
coracle, stfll great numbers of cases where the
disease seemed settled, have been completely
cured, and Aa patient restored ta sonad health
ll J WC1M i itTurffrirT So complete is its
mastery over th? disorders of tim Longs and
TJrroat, that the moat obstinate of teem yield to it.
When nothing else could reach them, under the
Cherry Pectoral they subside and disappear.
Bin??.t and Public Speaker* hud great
*^^&.|a sjwayi reiterad and often wholly
Bronchitis is generally cured by taking tba
Cherrv Pectoral in small and frequent doses.
So s&exaUy are its virtues known, that we
seed not publish the certificates of them here, or
domore han assure the pubtio Oat its qualities
are fully maintained.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
POT Paver and Ague. Intermittent Fever,
Chm Fever, Bemittent Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical or Billons Feyer, Ao^
Aa'sta'name baiJWsJtcVes Ct*?, and does not
JaiL Containing neither Arsenic. Quinine, Bis
math, Zinc, nor any ether mineral or poisonous
Bubstonco whatever, it bi nowise iidrjree?ny pa?
tient. Tte number and hnportane?^or j^^ores
of Ame medicine. -Our pride ?s gratified by the
seknowleSu^Twe receive of Jhe radical cures
effected bi obstinate cases, and where other rem*
edies had wholly failed.
Unacclimated persons, either resident ta. or
traveHta* through rniaematic localities, will be
protected by talung the AeUBCV??? daily.
For IA-.CT Complaint*, arising from torpid?
tty of tike Liver, it ts sm excellent remedy, stimu?
lating the Uver b^teaJthy activity.
For BU iona Diacede? and Liver Complaints, it
is an excellent remedy, producing many truly
remarkable corea, where other medicines had
tailed. _ ' " ._. _
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X HIS invaluable Family Medicine, fur purify
lng, cleansing, removing bad odors in all kind?
fer Erysipelas, rb ssaasa ilise, and all skin diseuses,
for catarrh, sore month, sore throat, diptheria ;
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aod Country Merchants, and may ce ordtrad
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The fret Seaaieo e?tte Saran taesth Csdlosrsate
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J^PS^IsITY, FLOUR SACKS, til?lB
leBMMttt iMMl IIIS? ^
IT KWELL KNOWN TO DOCTORS AND
to Ln'Iic. (hut Women ?re i>el?jeft ta numer?
ous d?neuses peculiar lo;heir sex. .-uchnssupnrcs
4-m of tb? Mrii??. Wui?w?. ? Painfall Monthly
"P-ri'MN" **h<-nmar?Mn o' th* Back ami Womb,
Irregular Menstruation, Hemorrhage, or Execs
sire "Flow," and Prolapsus Uteri or Falling of
These diseases have seldom ei treated suc?
cessfully. The profession hus fought diligent?
ly for some remedy that *ottlJ enable tb?ui to
trust these diseases with success.
At last, that remedy has been discovered hy
one of the ra >st skillful physicians in tho ?tate
of Georgia. That remedy is
BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGUIAT08.
It is purelv vegetable, and i>- put up in Atlanta
Georgi*, by BRADFIELD 1 CO.
It ?ill purify the blood and strengthen the
-vstem, relieve irritation of the kidneys, and is a
ncr li ct specific for all tho a'r>o\e disease*; as
certain a cure as Qui.lino is tu Chi.ia and j
For a history of diseases, and certifeates of
its wonderful cures, the render is referred to the !
wrapper around th? buttle. Every b tile wai nut
e l to give satislactiou or money refuudod.
LAGRANGE, GA., March 23, 1870.
Bradfield A Co., Atlanta, Ga. :- Dear Sire.-I
take pleasure in stating that I have used for the j
?.is : twentv years, the medicine you are putting
up, known ns DR. J. BRA DFIELD'S FEMALE \
REGULATOR, and consider it the be t Combi- j
nation ever gotten together for the diseases fof |
which it is recommended. I have been familiar j
?v?th thc presi'tiptiun b?th as a p-actitiotier of
medicine und in domestic practice, and can j
honestly ?ay that I consider it a boon to suffering
l?males, and can but hope that every lady in our
. hole lao?l. who m-iy be suffering in any way
peculiar to their FOX. may be able to procure a
bottle, that th ir suffering* may not only be ro
lieved, hut that they may be restored tu health
With my kindest regards. Jam. respectfully,
W. B. FERREL, M. D.
We, the undersigned Druggists, take pleasure
in commending to the trade Dr. J. Bradfield'*
Female Regulator-believing it to be a good and
reliable remedy for the disease for which be
W. A. LANSDELL, Atlanta. Ga.
PEMBERTON, WILSON TAYLOR A CO.
REDWINE A FOX. Atlanta. Georgia.
W. C. LAWSnE,Atlanta, Georgia,
W. ROOT A SON, Merrielle, Georgia.
Celebrated Liver Medicine.
It is purely vegetables, an., will act upon the
Lirer and Kidneys ns promptly as Calomel and
Buchu' without any danger o? salivation or des?
truction of the bones.
Parties taking this medicine need not fear
getting wet, or any other reasonable exposure.
Symptoms of Liver Disease :
Headache, Dall Feeling or the Blues, Soar
Stomach, Siek or Nervous Headache. Heartburn.
Indigestion or Dyspepsia, Bud or Bitter Taste in
the Mouth, (be skin ba? a thick, rough feeling
ard is darker than usual. Costiveness, Melan?
choly Feelings, Cramps, Cold Font, Colic, Dysen?
tery or Diarrhoea, Chills ?nd Fever, aud Piles.
In fact, where the Liver is out of order, you are
liable to every diie.:Se that ia nut contagious.
Prophitt's Liver Medicine, if taken properly,
will prevent and cure acy disease, resulting from
a deranged liver.
It will regulate its functions and thus cure ali
diseases eau.-?.Hy tho fuilure of its health}
It has been used fora great number of years,
and bas given universal satisfaction.
Tbere is no brother or son claiming to have
the original recipe. It is put up in both Powder
and Fluid form.
FAIRBURN, OA . Sept. 4. 1P6S.
Dr. O. S. PttupHlTT : Sir :-My wife has been
an invalid for St teen years. Doctor* all agreed
she had "Liver Disease." In connection *'th
their pmetit; she used varions and n ted remedies,
none of which seemed to do any good. Sometime
ago I procured a bot le of your . Liver Medicine."
of your agent here, C. A. Hnrvey. which being
given according to directions, has effected a
GEO L. THOMPSON.
CHARLOTTE. N. C., Sept, 24. ISM.
I have used Dr. 0 S. Prophitt's Liver Medicine
as a tonic, and found it to he powerful ami ef?
ficacious. It is excellent for functional derange.
mont of the Liver or constipation of the bowels;
ia mosteases superseding tho necessity ufa regu?
lar course of medicine.
E. J. MEYNARDIE. A. M.
Paster Tryon St. Church.
DR. PROPHITT'S DYSENTERY CORDIAL
Is one of the most valuable compounds now put
up for Dian hose, Dysentery, Cholers Infantum or
This medicine has been tn uae for years, and
gires universal satisfaction. /
The most delicate child may take it with im?
COVINGTON, G. A.. Nor. 9, 1867.
Da. PaoraiTr:-Having a very . ere attack
ofDyseutery daring the mer, .'was
induced to use your Dyse-.. vordtal, and
derived therefrom immediate ind permanent
relief. It gives me pleasure to recommend this
remedy to all who may be so attacked, believing
that, should the directions le followed, relief
would surely be obtained.
Truly, atc, 0- S. PORTER.
CUSSETA, TEXAS. 1869.
Da. Paor-arrr ; Dear Sir,-Your Liver .Medi?
cine and Pata Kill It is a complete success.
J. L. WHITTLE.
WEST POINT. GA., Aug. Il, 18?9.
This ls to certify thar I h a vu used Dr. O. S.
Propbitt'a Liver Medicine myself and in my
family, for twelve months or more, and I un?
hesitatingly say that I believe it one of tba best
Family Medicines ta use.
M T. WALKER.
PROPHITT'S PAIN KILL IT.
This is the celebrated medicine that rna Perry
Dari?' Pain Killer out of tbr market' wherever it
was sold. D.i vis made Pm ph ?tr change the name
from Pain KiMcr to PAIN KILL IT
Fer Rheumatism, Neuralgia, or pain of any
kind it has BO equal.
For Ca's, Braises, Burns, er old Seres, it is the
best thing you cen nee as a dreesiag.
For SNAKE BITES er STINGS of POISON?
OUS INSECTS, it is a perfect ANTIDOTE.
It is good for Col?, Colds, Coughs, Bowel
Complaint. lu name redientes ita nature felly.
It is truly DEATH lo pula.
Manufactured and sold by BRADFIELD A
CO., Atlanta, Ga. ead for sale hy all Druggists.
DOOLY COUNTY, GA., April. 1M7.
This ls to certify that 1 eras confined to the
house and most of tao ti se lo my bed, and suf?
fering tko greatest agony i asa gi aa hie an th
Rheumatism, for Ire meath?, aed after trying
et cry available remedy, with BO relief, I was ]
oared with two bottles of Dr- 0. S. Prophitt's
Anodyne Pale Kill It; each costing fifty cents
eely. It relieved me almost instantly. I there?
fore recommend it ia the big beet degree te ethers ]
suffering from similar disease. I can say that it
is one of the finest family medicines now oat,
.attain. Yours truly,
W. A. FOREHAND.
DOOLY COUNTY. OA., Oct. ?7. 1M7.
DBL 0. 8. Paornrrr: I hare, dering the last
sigh teena months, used your Paie kill It, ead 1
ecoetcer it eneqealed by any thing for pain ie j
the head, breast, beck or side; and fer eolio
aothin g gives relief half so quick as your Aao
dyne ?sin Kill It
It ia doing mach good ia tho com m an i ty la
siter JaesMsM a? weil aa my own, Yours. Ac.
D. I. FOREHAND.
STATS OF GEORGIA, ) Xaew all aeon by
Estros CeearT. J these presents. That I
Ism this doy, tor value received, sold and trana
herod to BRADFIELD A CO.. the role right te
ameofaeeere and sail my Family Medicines, and
bore furnished thom with the full reeaipos, and
save aetborised tao said BRADFIELD A CO. to
print, or karo printed, anything they may roo
stoper coaccTBtog any sad al 1 of abor* Baned
Batidnos. Thia lita day of J.iae, 1*70.
*Jef TfcsjrflPfcsl ?sPe sX^MsaM? saVttd fisdb*sY^
and fin ?Je hy BRADFIELD *
3ssEreedsafest, attenta, Georgia,and fers*?
BALTIMORE AND WILMINOTl
Composed of tho First Cia*! Steamship
REBECCA CITS] .
Sailing from BALTIMOR E erery SATTJB
AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock. Arriving ?|
MIKUTON TUESDAY MORNING.
j Sailiojf from WILMINGTOX every PRjj
AFTERNOON or SATURDAY MoRNIN'a
THROUGH BILLS OF LABB
Given to all points on the \Y. C. A A. R.I .
Cberaw A Darlington R. R. and their ts? I
; Insurance by this Line. 1-2 per
Hates Guaranteed as lu\c as hy aa
; All Losses promptly paid
A. D. CAZ AUX. Ar.
Wilmington, K.[ ?.
ANDREWS A Co., Agents. ]
73, Smiths Wharf. \
Greenville and Columbia Rail I* s
COLUMBIA, S. C., MARCO I,yr I
On nnd af'er this date, the following Sekt
will be mn daily, Sundays excepted, COOK; 1
wi'h Night Trains on South Carolina Kt..
up and down ; al?o with Trains going NorCi
South on Charlotte, Columbia and Atc "
Railroad : ?1
Leave Columbia at. 7 fjt
" Newberry. ll Ut, n
" Belton.5.01 y
Arrive at Greenville.6.21 >
Leave Greenvilleat,.,.o Iii ?
* Belton.S (ii S
?. Abbeville.-.8 ?iM
** Newberry.Ut t I
M Alston._. * ?J y g.
Arrive at Columbia.,.,. 5.j} , ?
M. T. BARTLETT. Genera! Ticket Ass *
Cberaw and Darlington Rail btu
CHCRA-V A O DARllSeTOJI h. K. Co, _
CHKRAW, S. C., January 21.1ST] 2
ON AND AKTE': MONDAY NEXT.? ?
inst., the following SCHEDULE v. t?
run by the Trains on this Road:
DOWS TH A15. |g
Leave Ch era w at.".HU w
Leave CaahYat.".?__._7.Ul W
Leave So. iety Hill af.7.511
Leave Dovt'* ?t.....S3?i shs
Leave Darlington at.'lliaM
Arrive ai Florence at-.10.H1 ?v
Leave Florence at.--..'.M'S
Leave Darlington at ..... ~.?.St? W
?.eave Dove"* at. .Mi; ACJ
Leave Society Hill at.s" ' ?S
Leave Cash's at.S.tif^
Arrive at t'h^raw ?it .8.1} J tfc
Other Train* make elose connect??
Florence willi thc Train? to aud fn.tu Casatjajb
an.i to ?nd from Kirkville.
P.isj'.-n^ers t>.r Willsington ?nd the 5*"
i will remain at F orence from 1U A. U. a ft C
45 P.M. ie
Guaranteed to excel all others in sa?J~.B
tu ferial. Be iure to a*k for bid
THE JACOBI kim
AJID ACt'EPT *IO OTHER.
Every Axe WaiTantea'^
For sale at KATHI JAC?&gjfl
Hardware Depot. Ne. a Narksiijsjlj)
Wilmington N. C. jj?
And Pea!car Thronghout tat Ufo,]
AComplete assortment of PI??*,
stock, and for sale low pt .t
_No. 9 MsrsaPM
Alarie and well assorted stoek ofj^**
Shovels, Forks, Hoes, and all Agnea?WH
Toots, and a full ?upply of tba mo>t sfKfftl
style? of Mechanics* roots, ll .use and ?^ypj
Hardware, Paint?, Oil?, ?tia?.?. Ar., for ss*.
NATH'L JACOBH** 1
Hardware Depot. No. 9 Mart?eW
Saddles, Harness. Whip?, So? Leatter,.-.
ness Leather, dc. For ?le al nm
Hardware D*-p??t. 9 Marley m
UNS. PISTOLS. POWDER. SH0T,.*b?
j tier Flasks. Game Bag?. Shot Beits, ed J
ridge*. Ac, a complete a*5ortment, "Jittl
Fur sale at NATH'L JACOBTT*.
Hardware Depot, Ne, 9 SisrksJ"*"
April 12 J0*1
P3RES OF TBE dea
CABINET ORGANS. *? J
J Four Octave Orrons..~..- ssMI
The same. Double Reed.-- )|? J
I Fire-Octave Organ?, wi;h Tremulant- ?
I Carr-d and Ornamented .-.- t
' The same. Double Reed, with Five Stops |ll 1
Forty Other Styles, up to.- >*JSM
1 All ia solid Black Walnat. All ?-*J?J??
asede by this Cosspaoy are thoroughly **99Q
in every respect. They will not n?kel?|ijj|
ealled cheap Orgaos at any price. TM
paraiive ?upehority of their iaairasseaSis ?
greater than ever before, aa every "J^?^
Judge who will earefully examine ?ai ??ore
must perceive. i rafa
Mason & Hamlin Orgui Kum
Warerooms, 596 BrMdt*JtB?B0
Tor sale ia Wilmington N. C. by JP*
April ll 1871._JJ"?
^.'ri AJ? H SOD* J?
BOW LOST, HOW RKS*?|*^
Just published, a new editioaof Dr. Cl^IS
WELL'S CELEBRATED ESSAY o'"* jl
ewr? (a itbout saedieiae) of S""*A22*S
aemiaai Wea? aesa, Iuvolenury Sestt*?jTsfl[
ivpoiaxcr.MenUl and Pb-?ica? IDC^*^H
Kimcou to Marriage, etc.: also, C#j2H|
La rar, and FIT?, induced by ratf-**1*-^
or sexaal extravagance. _ult?^
?gf Price, in a sealed earelope, <*JJfW?i
The celebrated author, ia this sdatfal?^|^
clearly ?sss sa stratas, from a thirty r^J^jT
eaeafal practica, that tba alanaiog eesa?fl
of self ?bus? seay ba radically cared "***VH
?Uageroas ase of iaurnal saedieiae et^.Wk
aatiaa of tba haifa; poiatibg eat -i^;
at asea simple, certata, and effects*1
of ?hieb every safferor, ao atattcr whet "JJ
dillon ?tay be, may care himse'f cbesplJ?P|M
ly, and radically. <^LmW
Ism.This Leerare shoald bs in tH,"!!
erery yoatb tad erery man ia the las* H
8*at, nader seal, ia a plain ca??kg3BH
address, sjsstjafa', ea receipt six ?as? TUM
ASM, Dr. CaAlTCra?U.s ?Marriago
Address the Pabliahers, ^_
CHAS. J. C. KU**'
1? Boarery, Haw Tart, Pee^OsVal?
Dee. 21 *