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THINGS THAT NEVER DIB.
The pure, the bright, tho beautiful,
That stirred oar hearts in youth ;
The impulse of a wurldless prayer,
The dream of lore oad truth ;
The longings after something lost ;
The spirit's yearning cry ;
The striving after better hopes;
These things shall never die.
The timid hand stretched forth to aid
A bro"li'.T in his need j
Tho kindly word in griefs dark hour
That proves tba friend indeed ;
The plea for tceroy softly breathed,
When justice threatens nigh,
The sorrows of a coi trite heart}
These things shall never die.
The memory of a dapping hand,
The pressure of a kiss,
The kindly word in griefs dark hoar
That make up love's first bliss ;
If with a firm, unchanging faith,
And holy trust on bigb,
These bands have clasped, these tips have met,
These things shall never die.
The cruel and the bitter word
That wcunded as it fell,
Tho chilling want of sympathy,
We feel, but eannot tell ;
The hard repulse that chills tne heart
Whose hopes were bounding high ;
In nn unfading record kept,
These things shuli never die.
Let nothing pass, for every hand
Most find some work to do ;
Lose not a chance to waken love,
Be firm, and just, sud true ;
So shall a light that cannot fade
Beam on thee from on high ;
And angel voices say to theo.
These things shall never die.
[From the Clinton, Iowa. Herald.]
A SPUNKY GIRL TOA KR!ED. \
Whatsoever an Old Haid Sovreth, That
Shall She A lao Reap.
Sioux City, last winter, liad au Old ?
Maids' Society, and they bad a diuner, j
and speeches, and a general vowing all t
around that they would lead a single c
life, and eschew the naughty men for- *
ever, But it is said there is generally s
a black sheep in the flock, aud so it '
seemed there was one in this. While ?
vowing veDgcaDce on the male sex, j
these decaying sisters wetedumfounded a
by oue of their number, Miss Panthea
L. Kennedy, who arose and most j
charmingly flung into their midst thc S
following bit of treason to celibacy: ,
Sisters in waiting-all for husbands
-wc have met because we can't help t;
ourselves, to celebrate this as a day of p
thanksgiving, a* appointed by our Chief *
Magistrate. But tell me. ".; it to us
really a day of thanksgiving ? io, sisters;
rather should wc call it a day of mourn- '
iug-and WT what? For husbands!
^'es, sisters, for husbands which wc feel -
we need (at least I do,) and also much \
desire. Talk to mc of women's rights !
We have all thc tights wc desire, if the
men would only propose. Why don't
the men propose, mamma, why don't
the men propose? I don't kuow how
you all feel about it, but I do know if
the right man comes along and makes oj
mc an offer, I wou't be at your ucxt Old
Maids' dinner. No, sisters, you may n
talk as you will about woman's ?ode- ai
pendence, it is all folly; we are always P
dependent ; and upon ma?. You may j
say what you like a?, to our being mao's H
superior, or man's help meet, or Nature's l'
noblet work, ail of which mao will n
grant us. Hut what pleasure or happi p
ness can wc have in our weary pilgrimage
through lile without a man's protecting! T
hand aod caro over us? None, sisters, j w
none ; and let others do as they will, for ?
me, I am determined to have one. And 0
I will here volunteer a piece of gratuit- ?
ous advice, and that is, for eacb of you ? r<
to go and do likewise. What other re | jj
lation in life so honorable as a mao's,
enmpnuioo, the wife of a loving, kind ?ni
affectionate husband? None; and io
order lo b?er>me such, let us cultivate
and practice all those virtues that so
much adorn our station, and tint man ?
BO much admires,aod m_ "ord for it we p
will timi husbands worthy of ns. We
know (nat men luve us; ktiuw that io our cl
imile exists the poet's inspiration and;
the poet's reward; and we also know -
that fur us patriots have died. Mau is i
never so happy as when iu our company, j \
or rendering us a favor, and why is it
that each of us can't have one ? Let us
Kee to it while it is culled to day.so that
when ano; her Thanksgiving I>av rolls-j a
around, there will :iut bc au Old Maid in !
Si mx City. v
Jscbu!d her reward ! 1
litvINK-KENNEDY-At the rcsi- ii
dence of Hun. A. W Hubbard, Sioux
City, Tuesday evening. June ?27, hy
Rev. VJ li. Avery. Mr William D.j -
Irvine and Miss Pantlica J,. Kenm-dv.
- The licensed *lave trade now flour?
ishing on the ea<r coast of Africa, under
the sanction of the Bi in.?!: (government,!
supplies the island and towu of Zanz?bar, j
various petty coast towns, and the island
of Perola with negro slave? io uccord
ance'wi th rules and regulation*approved ;
by the KngStKh authorities, iu addition ! o?
to which al??.tit two thousand ?laves are! It
annually deiiv. red to the northern \ Tm
Arabs without lioetise. So says Dr.
Kirk, thc friend of l)r. Livingstone.
- The Bidford News says : "A J,aw- | *.
renee County mun piunted a tree io iront j X
ot his houac ?nd named it alter his wife.
Soon the tree died, and rfte wifo lived
but. a day or two after. Now you would
bc surprised at the number of men that j
are planting tiers io front of their; f
domiciles and naming them after their
respective, if oat respected, wives-a id;
the sickliest looking trees that cao be
fotitid, ton-^troea that, with thc tender-!
est care, cannot possibly live more than
two weeks! The dodge u too thin.j
Tho women s?e through it, and have j
resolved not to die."
I - J-' i - wmfmmf^mTr^^MT^Emmml ' W?M ' " LU
CHAULKSTQN, g, c.
f nia well known and pcpulsr FIRST-CLASS
Hui KL?, sites tad in tba centre of the city, and
aleo In tho cant re QB* tb? Wholesale fiojinest
Houses.rtjijrdg fseilftles, oenfurta and etiaatir.n
lu TwtlK'M fur ?Mensuro and Marcon ft ts ut *.
Rosine?, ?*t>God tu noaa in tba Cattai Sute*. J tm
Afrtit M_c ,_dm H
f |1R? ^ubierthtf eonounooi to tba Planter* of j (
I fumier C?>?n(y. tu?.? be la preparad to du ;
ill nae?st?ry wera un COTTON gAW GINS, . J?*'
As ba twi resumed the baeinou, and bsa loner ; c*
ixpertanee. ha -u'MUt ?ho patrenageaf kia form-j P'?
tr eaa'oissrs snd friand?, sod ta setUfed that ht J
wi e>> antin sall>f*ctlon. ?T.
iiiyi-im s. c. MrrcnBLh. i ;
BALTIMORE ANO WILMINGTON
Composed of the First Cass Steamship*
Saillflg from BALTIMORE every SATURDAY
AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock. Arriving at WIL?
MINGTON TUESDAY MORNING.
Sailing from WILMINGTON erery FRIDAY
AFTERNOON or SATURDAY MORNING.
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING
Given to all points on the V. C. A A. R. Road,
Cberaw A Darlington R. R. ?nd their connec?
insurance by tbis Line. 1-2 per Ct.
Rales Guaranteed as lou: as by auy
All Losses promptly paid.
A. D. CAZAUX, Agt.
Wilmington, N. C.
ANDREWS A Co., Agents,
73, Smilhs Wharf.
55 miles West of Charlotte, N. C.
The subscribers, having associated themselves
n the management of these Springs, would an.
lounce to their friends and the public that the
?louse viii be opened oo the 1st day of Jan? for
be reception of visitors
To those who have tested the virtues of these
ixtraordinary wa'ers it is deemed unnecessary to
ay anything by way of commendation, but to
libers ihey confidently assure satisfaction if they
rill make trial nf the healing properties of this
rater fur only a short time.
We r>le<?;ro ourselves to spare neither pains
lor expense in order to render all who tray
avor us with a call as comfortable as possible,
n prospect of an abundance of supplies we have
dopted the following scale of
lt EDUC ED CHARGES:
f over IO days at ... $1.50 per day
f not over 10 days, . ? 1.75 "
ingle day. - 2.50
Children between tho ag?* of 2 and S year*,
nd colored servants, at half rates.
Washing on reasonable terms.
It is expected that the We?tcrn Division of
he Wil., Char. A Ruth. Railroad will be eota
Icted to within a mile or two of the Springs at
n early day.
J. J. BLACKWOOD.
R. M. OATES.
May 24. 187! -2m. _
ME CAROLINA WHITE SULPHUR,
CATAWBA COUNTY, N. C.
This highly popular watering place will ba
pen fur risita? on WEDNESDAY, June 13ib.
The Mineral Waters of these Springs are, the
i'hite and Blue .Sulphur, and CbaJyebcate, the
ledicinal properties of which are no.. excelled,
nd a heal :h?cr end mora delightful watering
lace not to be found.
The Springs will be under the m?nagement of
AS. M. ?ii.AIR, formerly of Yarborough House,
sleigh, N. C., an experienced hotel keeper,
?gethcr with Mrs VUES?, and v:> tors may
;ly upon good fare and good attention.
Plenty of Ice, good Band of Music and good
hysician io attendance, Ac.
Leave Baltimore or Washington City in the
loming via Acquia Creek, Richmond and Dan?
nie R. lt.; to Salisbury, wbere yu take the
r'c?tcrn and Morganton Road, and reach Hick
tj Station (the Springs Depot) by half-past
ine o'cl- ck the next morning.
Leave Augusta, f?a., at night, and take tho
harlotte and Statesville Road at Charlotte yon
!acb the Springs early the next murr.ing.
hxrlestnn in the morning, and be at the Springs
ie next morning.
A good four horse Omnibus will run tn COB*
ccti'.n with the trains to the Springs over a
saatifnl road only six miles.
er month, (or four weeks,). $40.00
er week. 15 00
cr Day. 2 58
Children and colored servants half price. Ne
burge for infants under 2 years of age.
J. GOLDEN WYATT.
June 21 1m
Schedule Western Division
Vilmlngion, Chnrlotte and Ruther?
j^^^P^!^ ^ rn? "ffyf^f
?VricR "F AorsTor WRITCRM DIVISION.
'iLnsiic-rux, CBABLUTTR AXO It CTO'D R. R,
Liarolntoa, N. C., June 28, 1S7I.
LEAVE Charlotte 830 A. M.. Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving at
berry ville 12 45 P. M., co meting with good
lacks for Cleveland Minerai Springs.
Return to Charlotte 4 P. M. same dava.
V. Q. JOHNSON.
July 5-4t Assist?t! Sup't
Central Bail Hoad Co*
?ti^irVVtfV Var:_y y .
CHARLESTON, S. C.. July 15. 1871.
rHE ELEVENTH INSTALMENT OF TEN
DOLLARS PER SHARE, will be payable
. 15iu August, proximo.
i Cbarles on-at the Office of the Company,
No 10 Broad street,
i Sutnter-To Major JOSEPH JOHNSON,
i Clarendon-To Dr. G. ALLEN HUGGINS.
WM. H. PERONNEAU, Treasurer.
[erny Bischoff & Co.,
AND DEALERS IN
FINES, LIQUORS, SE0AR8
197 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Feb 8 tm
COLUMBIA, S. 0.
PHIS oaw and Elegantly Furnished Istak
aueat. sj tasted ta lae business midst of Sooth
rollca's Capitol. sftVrds tba best ead ?at!
?saut sojourned*lion* ia tba sity.
WM. GORMAN, Pr?teur,
fe Brno?, Csialtft
e.; ir i;
R. R. R?
Eadway's Beady Belief
CURBS THE WORST PAIN8
In Tr o m Ott? Co Twccty H??ate*, j
NOT- ONE HOUR
aft ir reading this advertisement need anj one
SUFFER WITH PAIN.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF IS A CURE FOR
It wes the Ant and if
TBE ONLY PAL\ REMEDY]
that instantly stops the most excruciating pains,
allays Inflamations, and cares Congest-ons,
whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or other |
elands or organs, by one application.
IN F OM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES,
no matter how violent or excruciating the pain
the RHEUMATIC, Bed ridden, infirm, Crippled.
Nervous, Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease j
The application of the READY RELIEF to
tba part or parta where the pain or difficulty !
exists will afford ease and comfort.
Twenty drope in haifa tumbler of water will
in a few moments cure CRAMPS, SPASMS,
SOUR STOMACH, HEARTBURN, SICK
HEADACHE, DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY,
COLIC, WIND IN THE BOWELS, and all IN?
Travelers should always earry a bottle of]
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF with them. A
few drops in water will prevent sickness or pains
from change of water. It is better than French
Brandy or Bitten aa a atimalant.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for fifty centa.
There ia not a remedial agent in this world that
will cure Fever and Agee, and all other Malari?
ous, Billions, Scarlet, Tvph.>id. Yellow, end other I
Fevers (aided by RADWAY'S PILLS) so quick 1
ss RADWAY'S READY RELIEF. Fifty centa
HEALTH ! BEAUTY ! !
Strong and Pore Rich Blood-Increase of Flesh
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Baa made the most astonishing cures; so quick
so Rapid are the Changes the Body Undergoes,
under the influence of this truly wonderful
Every Day an Increase in Flesh
and Weight is Seen and Felt
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
Every drop of the SAUSAPARILMAN RE?
SOLVENT communicate* through the Bl??.rt,
Sweat. Urine, and otb r fluids and juices of the
system the vigor of life, for it repairs the wastes
of the body with new and sound material.
Scrofula, Syphilis, Consumption, (?Undular
disease, Ulcers io the throat, Mouth, Tumors.
Nodes in the Glands and other parts of thc sys?
tem, Sore Eyes, Strumorous discharges from the
Ears, and the worst forms of Skin diseases,
Eruptions, Fever Sores, Scald Head, Ring Worm
Rait Rheum, Erysipelas, Acne, Black Spots,
Worms in the Flesh, Tumors, Cancers in the
Womb, and all weakening and painful discbarges. | [
N'igbt Sweats, Loss of Sperm and all wastes nf j
the life principle, are within thc curative range
t>f this wonder of Modern Chemistry, nnd a few
days use will prove to any perron using it fur
stther of theta forms of disease its potent power
to cure them.
Not only does the SARSAPARILMA? Rasor.
rr.sT excel all known remedial agents in the
rare of Chronic, Scrofulous, Constitutional, and
Skin diseases ; rat it is the only positive eura
Kidney A Bladder Complainte,
Urinsry, and Womb diseases, Grarel, Diabetes,
Dropsy; Stoppage of Water, Incontinence of
Urine, BrigbtV Disease, Albuminuria, and in all
rases where there aro brick bust depo?its, or the
enter is thick, cloudy, mixed with substances
ike the white of an egg, or 'breads like white
lilk, cr there rs a morbid, dark, bilious appenr
iDCe, and white bone-dust deposits, and when
here is a pricking, burning sensation when
jasiing water, and pain ic the small of the Back
ind along the Loins.
rumor of 12 Year** Growth Cared by
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lerfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
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bladder, Nervous Diseases, Headac e, Consti
tatton, Cos:iveness, Indigestion, Dyspepsia,
Si! iou aa ess. Bilious Fever, Infismntiori of the
Bowels, Pilei, and all Derangements of the In
ernal Viscera. Warranted to effect a positive
.ure. Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury,
minerals, or daleterions drurs.
A fow doses of RADWAY'S PILLS will free
be system from all the above named disorders.
Price. 25 cenia per Box. SODD BY DRUG?
READ ?FALSE AND TRUE." Send one
ettcr stamp to RADWAY A CO.. No. 87 Maiden
Lane. New York. Information wonb thousands
sill bs sent 'roo.
Guaranteed to exec! all others in shape and !
n ferial. Be sore to n>k for
THE JACOBI AXE,
ANO ACCEIT NO OTHF.lt.
Lvery Axe Warranted !
For sale at KATH'L JACOBI'S
Hardware Depot, No. V Market St.,
Wilmington N. C.
Ind Dealer Throns/hont_the Stale.
A Complete assortment of Plows, now in
Jt\, stock, and for sale low at
_No. ? Market St.
A large and well assorted ?fork of Spode?, j
/X. Sbuvf)!?, Forks, Hoe?, ao l alt Agricultural '
fools, and a full supply of the mest api ruved
tyles of Mechanics'loots. H >u?e m. J General
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Glass. Ac., for sale at
_Hardwars Depot, No. 9 Market St
Swaddles, Harness. Wtips, Sole Leather, Uar
ness Leather, As. For sale at
Hani wara Depot, il Market St.
Pl UNS. PISTOLS. POWDER. SHOT, POW
UT der Fla.ks, Game Bag?, Shot Belu, Cart
idgea, ?Vc., a complote assortment.
For sale at NATH'L JACOBI'S
Hard war? Depot, No. 9 Market St.
2? & H* T? A ?THON Y & CO;
591 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
nriie the attention of tba Trade to their szten
Ire assortaient of the above goods, of their own
ablioatioa, manufacture ?sd importation,
'HOTO LASTERN SLIDES,
FEW VIEWS OF YOSEMITE.
E. A H. T. ANTHONY A CO.,
Ml Broadway, New York,
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel.
Importen and Manufactures of
CHA1UBTM, 8. ?.
HOARD, PER DAT, $3.00.
BIT. iianirTor, nt. n. u a trna ari ?tn,
Agae and Fever. ,
The only preventive known for Chili? ?nd Fever
is the nee of Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps,
Is good for Dyspepsia.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps,
Is a preventive of Chills and Fever.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Is good for all Kidney and bladder complaints.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Ia used all over the world by physicians in their
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Is good for G ont.
Wolfe's Schi?dam Schnapps.
Is good for all Urinary complaints.
Wolfe's Schiedam Scenapps.
Is recommended by all the Medical Faculty.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Is good for Colio and pain ia the Stomach.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
lt imitated and counterfeited, and purchasers
will have to ase caution in parcbasing.
I beg leave to call the attention of tbe reader
:o testimonials in favor of the Schnapps :
I feel bound to say that I regardyocr Schnapps
is being in every respect preeminently
pure and deserving ot medical patronage. At ?
ill events it is the purest possible article of Hol?
land ti io, heretofore unobtainable, and as such
nay bc sately prescribed by physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, M. D., Pharmaceutical Chem
st, New York.
LOUISVILLE, KT., Sept 1.-I fell that we have
low an article of Gin, suitable for sacb eases as
bat remedy is adapted to.
DR. J. W. BRIGHT.
"Schnapps," is a rome ly in c hronic eatarrhal
I take great pleasure in bearing highly cr?dita
)le testimony to its efficacy as a remedial agent
n thc dis? asea fer which you recommend it.
[laving a natural tendency to the mucus sur
ace*. with n v'?ght degrco of siimulstioD, I regard
t as on- of tho m'>>: important remedies
ihrnnic catnrrh.il affections, particularly those
>f the genito-urinary apparatus. With much
?espect, your ol>edicnt servant,
CHAS. A. LEAS, M. D.,New-York.
2G Pu? STREET. NEW-YORK, NOT. 21,1867.
LlDOLrno WOLFE, ESQ., Pretext: DEAR SIR: I
lave made a chemical examination ef a sample
if your "Schiedam Schnapps," with tbe intent of |
leterminir.g if any foreign or injurious substance
lad been added to thc.--Implo distilled spirits.
The examination bas resulted in the eunclusion
but the Simple contained no poisonous or harmful
idmixltiro. I have been unable to discover any
race of the deleterious substances which are
lometiraes employ cd in tbe adulteration ef Liquors
[ would not hesitate to usc myself, nor to reom
nend to others, for medicinal purp ses, the
-Schiedam .Schnapp?" as an excellent and un
ibjcctiooablo variety of gin. Very respectfully
(Signed) CHAS. A. SEELY, Chemist.
CHEMICAL AND TXCHSICAL LABORATORY. 18
EXCHANGE PLATE, NF.W.YORK, NOV. 25, 1867.
JooLpno WOLFE. KHQ.. DEAR SIR: The undur
?igned have carefully and thoroughly analyzed a
?ample of your "Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps,"
'elected by ourselves, and have found tbe same
'ree from all organic orinorganic substances,more
>r less injurious to health. From the result of our
:xnm ina tion we consider the article one ?f superior
|ua!ity, healthful ns a beverage, and effectual in
ts medicinal qualities.
(Signod) ALEX. TRIPPE!* Chemist.
FRANCIS E. ENGELUARD, M. D.
Tor sale by all respectable Grocers and Druggists.
UDOLPHO WOLFE'S EST.,
22 BEAVERST, N.T.
CHARLES A. DA5A. Editor.
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R E M r>
IT IS WELL KNOWN TO DOCTORS ANO
to Ladies, that Wooten are- subject to hamer*
oas diseases peculiar to their sex, ?ush as suppres?
sion of the Menses, Whites, PaihfoII Monthly
"Periods" R benm at ism of the Back and Womb,
Irregular Menstruation, Hemorrhage, or Esees
alee "Flow/' aird- Prolapsos Uteri or Falling of
the Womb,, .
These diseases bare seldom been treated suc?
cessfully. The profession has sought diligent?
ly for some remedy that would enable theo to
treat these diseases with success.
At brat, that ' remedy bee been discovered by
ope of ?be most skillful. physicians in she-State
of Georgia. That remedy is
BRAIIFIELD'S FEMALE RE8?IAT0R,
It ie perety vegetable, and tl pat op in Atlanta
Georgia, by BRA OFIELD eV COY S?|
It will purify the blood and strengthen the
system,, relieve irritation of the kidneys, and is a
perfeet specific for all the' '. above diseases; as
certain a eera ai Quinine it in Chilla and
For a history of diseases, and certiorates of
its wooderlu! eurea, the reader is referred to the
wrapper around the bottle. Every b .ttl? wariint -
ed to give satisfaction or money refanded.
LAGRANGE, GA., March 23,1870.
Bradfield A Co., Atlanta, tia. :-Dear birr -I
take pleasure in statiag that I have ased. for the
lasttwentv years, tho medicine yon are notting
up, known as DR. J. BRADFIELD!! FEMALE
REGULATOR, and confider it the heat ? combi?
nation ever gotten together for abe . diseaseaAfur
which it ia recommended. I have been familiar
a i tb the preset ?pt ion beth as a practitioner af
medicine and in domestic pm et iee, and cen
honestly aay that I consider it a boon to aaflbring
T?males, and san bot hope that every lady in our
whole land, who may be suffering in any way
peculiar to their sei. pay l>? aWo^o proeure a
houle, that th ir Mfferiage may -aft - onty he-re?
lieved, bat that they may be restored to health
With my kindest regards, lam. respectfully,
W. B. FERKEL, M. D.
We, the undersigned Drngglsta, teke#ple?eare
in commending to the trade Dr. J. Bradueld's
Female Regulator-believing it to bc a good and
reliable remedy for the disease for which he
W. A. LANSDELL, Atlanta, Ga.
PEMBERTON, WILSON. TAYLOR A CO.
REDWINE A FOX. Atlaata, Georgia.
W. C. LA WS1IE, Atlanta, Georgia,
W. ROOT A SON, Marrietta, Georgia.
f debated Liver Med? ela e.
It is purely vegetable, ant. will net upon the
Liver and Kidneys aa promptly aa Calomel and
Buchu' without any danger of salivation or dee
xuction of the bones.
Parties taking thia medicine need not fear
retting wet, or any other reasonable exposure.
Symptoms of Livor Disease:
Headache, Dall Feeling or the Blues, Sear
>tomaeb, 8ick or Nervous Headache, Heartburn,
indigestion or Dyspepsia, Bad or Bitter Taste in
.he Mouth, the skin bas a thick, rough feeling
ind is darker than nsnal. Costiveness, Melatr
:boly Feelings, Crampe, Cold Feat, Colic, Dyjen
ery or Diarrhoea, Chills and Fever, and Piles,
in fact, where the Liver ia oat of order, you ase
liable to every dheme that is not contagions.
Propbitt's Liver Medicine, if taken properly,
aili prevent and euro any disease, raaalting from
i deranged liver.
It will reg?late ita functions and tbaa eera all
liseuses caused tby the failare ef ita healthy
It bas been used fora great number of jean,
ind hus given universal satisfaction.
There is no brother or son claiming te have
the original recipe. It is pat np in both Powder
ind Fluid form.
FAIRBURN, GA.. Sept. 4. leif.
Dr. 0. S. Pnoftrrrr : Sir :-My wife has been
io invalid for fifteen yeera. Doctors all agreed
?he bad "Liver Disease." In connection with
their praetic she ased varions and noted remedies,
none of which seemed to do any good. Sometime
igo I procured a bottle of yoar ''Liver Medicine,"'
nf your agent here, C. A. Harvey, whieb being
riven according to directions, baa effected a
GEO L. THOMPSON.
CHARLOTTE, N. C., Sept 24. 1868.
I bare used Dr. 0 S. Propbi ifs Liver Medieins
is a tonie, and found it to be powerful and af*
Scaci?us. It Is excellent for functional derange?
sent of the Liver or constipation of the bowels;
io most esees superseding the necessity of a rega?
lar coarta of med ?cine.
E. J- MEYNARDIR. A. M.
Pastor Tryon St. Church.
DR. PROPHITT'S DYSENTERY CORDIAL
[s one of the moat valuable compounds now pat
jp fur Dian baa, Dysentery, Cholera Intestate er
This medicine baa been ia ase for yean, and
?ires universal satisfaction.
The most delicate ehild may take It with ini?
COVINGTON, G. A., Nov. 9,1867.
Da- pRopniTT:-Having a very severe attack
if Dysentery daring the pest sommer, 1 was
induced to ase your Dysentery Cordial, and
lerived therefrom immediate and permanent
relief. It gives aaa pleasure to recommend this
-etnedy to all who may be so attacked, believing
h it. should the directions be followed, relief
would sarwty be obtained.
Truly, arc, O S. PORTER.
C?SSETA, TEXAS, 18?.
Da. Ptoreirr ; Dear Sir,-Yoar Liver Medi?
cine and Paia KUI It ia a complete a peces*.
J. L. WHITTLE.
WEST POINT. GA., Aog. 11, towt.
This is to certify that I hate ased Dr. 0. 8.
Propbitt's Liver Medicine myself and ia my
haily, for twelve ?ootha er atore, and I na? j
lesitatingty say that I believe lt oae sf the heat
FIB ?ly Medicines ia ?aa.
M. T. WALKER.
PROPHITT8 PAIN KILJ, IT.
This is tba celebrated medicine that ran Perry
Davis' Pain Killer oat of thr market- wherever it
eas sold. Davis asade Prophitt change tba :
'rom Paia Killer ta PAIN KILL IT.
For Rheumatism, Nturalgia, er sala af aay
kind it baa no equal.
For Ca's, Braises, Barna, or old Sore*, lt ia the
?eat thing yon caa ase aa a dressing.
For SNAKE BITES or STINGS of POISON
DUS INSECTS, it ia a perfect ANTIDOTE.
It Is good fer Coiie, Cords, Ceoglj, Bowel
Complaint. lu name indicates its antara filly,
[t is truly DEATH ta pata.
Manufactured and sold hy BRADFIELD A
CO., Atlanta, Ga. ead fer aale hy all Druggists.
DOOLY COUNTY. GA., April, 1847.
This ls to certify that 1 waa confined te the
acuse and most of the Ciase ta say heel, sad suf?
fering the greatest agony imaginable with
Rheumatism, fer Ive moo tbs, and after trying
ivory available remedy, with aa relief, I waa
jared with two bottles of Dr. 0. 8. Prephiu's
Anodyne Pata Kill It; eseh eosting fifty ?esta
?ly. It relieved sae almost instantly. I th saw
fore roeoaamocd it ie the highewt degree te ethers
inffering from similar disease. I caa aay that it
a one of the finest family asadselaea BOW oat?
sertein. Yours truly,
DOOLY COUNTY. GA., Oat, ST, 1847.
Da. 0. S. pBoaarrr: I hare, daria)* the last
righ teena scathe, used yeer Ma UH It, asd I
?nsider it unequaled by earthing fae pain ls
lothiog gives reUefhaifaoqeiek aa yes? Aaa
lyes Pats KUI lt
Ith Mag ase? good la the eeeesaaslty lc
?Iber families as weil aa tay own, Toora, A?.
D. T. FOREHAND.
?TATE O'GEORGIA, ? Ssw? sO asea hy
lobtes CODBTT. J these pretests. That I
lave this day, fer raise received, seid and trana
erred le BRADFIELD * 0&, ts? esk right ta
san a facture asl tell my ?asriiy Medi?is?, asd
lave fartbbad thees with the fall remine*, asd
ave authorised the said BRADrilLD 4 CO. to
Tint, er have ?ria tod, aaytaiag they say eas
*op*> eeaeerabg^^jOl el sassed
J. W*u-ea, PnftUktr. R. H. JicD~*.i.? * Co., Drm-jfta *
?M. A-*??, Sw lYntwi, C*l., ami M Cinx-m ?w-t, I?. T
BILLIONS BWT TueHanaar to .keir
Wanderie I Cafatire Efecte.
The? ara cot a rile Fancy Drink, Made cf Poor
Rana, WMsetey, Proea* Spirit? avast Refuse
U?a era doctored, srdc?daadtw??rte^wpl?aaetha
teeraealWd "Toalca," "Appetisers,'' "Be-torers,-**.,
that lead like tippier on to dTttnkenaeta and min,oatare
atrae B*d?abra,araBo li on the antin Boots and Herta
af Caiiioraia, free ?reas all Alcatel te Selia a
lease. They are the GREAT BLOO D PURI?
FIER and A LIFE GIVING PRINCIPLE?
apertsotBssjoretor ead fassjroiafce et the Sraten,
to a beeluy condition.. No parson caa take these Bit
tera accord] n*to o^recticaa and rt-nain k?B unwett,
provided their torfta ire cot destroyed by tnlaeral
poison or other meara, t I the vital organs vatted
beyond the point ot .?pair. .
Ta ey are a Gentle PuremtWe SM well aa a
T-lc, possessing, also, the pscahar soertt of actis?
as x powvrful ag-nt iii re?wvicy Coae-Mtion or Inflam
nation of tte User, and all the Viseara! Oraans,
FOR FEMALE CO SI PLA I KT?, tn y ?rn? or
dd, married or iinxie, at the daira of womanhood ox at
the tera eflife. these Tordo Bitten nara rio ecroaL
Fer Iaflaaaaaatorr and Chronic Rae?aaa*
tl aaa aad Goat* DysaeyeJa er Iadlgeetloo.
Pillans, Reaaltteat aaa Iatoraltteat Fe
Tsrs, Dleeaeee ?rf the Bleed, Liver, Kid*
?era stael Bladder, these Bitten have been moat
?isesssfnL Bach Diaeaaea are oanasd by Vitiated
Bl o*d, which is rraerally produced by darange-oant
cf the Ol rest! ve Orran?.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, Betd
eehcPainin the Shouldera Coughs, Tightness of the
Chest. IMsilsssS, Sear Xractatioee of the ?tsaeaaa*
. Bad Meta the Ieee**, ssB^ Attadet,P^attoaef
tte Heart, f agaanjsllnn of the teases, Pata ia ti* re?
gions of th? lUdn?ys.aad a hundred other n?jr*nil trap
tone, ara the etaphsn of Pjipsssls
They' fcj-i-oraie tts" Stoaaachaad stimnlaU tba toraid
Liver ead Bowal?, which seeder these of aneauallsd
.fflcacy ?a ela-as??nf tho hlocd of ail bujcritit-, lad fcn
aerUaff nev Ok tai vasar te the wheto anteas.
VOR SKIH DISEASES, araptiooa, ??tt?r. Batt
Sheens, BlaHhea. Saees, ganaahe, Paotniss. Sean, Car
IHsassss of the ?ara, of wiaosww news eesadawsyaee
literal]- da? op and carried ont of the system in a abort
tims b- the nae ot UKI? Btttsra. Os? bottle, in each
caaes win convince tho most tneraoaloas of their eura
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood imenerer yon fiad ?ts fan
seritfea bursting thronen the ana tn Piarplet, Eras-'
tiona cr Sores; elecuasa it when yon Sad lt obstructed
aadslanish la the veins5 deaue lt when it ls foal,
and year eraBaga wfll tall wa whan Beef the Uood
-ara, and tba health of the erstem wttl Mew.
Fla, Tatra, aad ether Waaraaav htrkia* ia the
syetem of so many thousands,an enectualry destroyed
sad removed. San a disttaewj-had ahrsloloe-ttt.
mare ia scarcely an munsies 1 neon us ace otu*
saith wheeo body is tsetse* from the prtasncs of
eora*. It ia ant oran the healthy ?lamenta of thc
body that worma exist, bet neon th? dteeased homora
and slimy demits thal, brmdteam Mviag monsters of
dis sa-, No Bystaxa o' Matbv'J?, BO vtrmifaras, no
aati^ntiatioa will fra? the system from worm? like
J. WALKERPieerletsa RR MCDONALD * CO,
S*JT?OLO BT Aid, SIVOOUII ABB BfAUftf.
Ayer s barsaparilla,
ron s>rr?iFi'iuro TOR BLOOD.
The reputation thia ex?
ec Ucut uKTiucine enjoya,
i.-ifc-Tivcd from Ha cures,
many of which are truly
marvellous. 1 nv tte ra to
ca*e* of Scrofulous (lia*
ease, where the system
seemed saturated with
corruption, have been
pun lied and cared by it.
Scrofulous affections and
disordcrs.whicb were saj?
ara vate * by thc scrofi?
iona contamination until
thor were painfully afflkting. have been radically
curnl itt ?uch ?reat nnrobera in almost every seo
' tim* of thc couutry, that the publie scarcely need
to bc Lufoir.i?d of lt? vlrtne* or u*es.
.Scrofulous poiaoo ls one of thc roost destroo.
; ti ve etien. ic- <>f our race. Often, thia unseen and
> nnfrlt t<*n:inl of the organism undermines the coo*
f ii tu t ion. ami invite? (Lo attack of enfeebling or fa?
tal ili.-c-ucs, without exciting a suspicion of ita
pre ?once. Again, it seems to breed infection
throughout the body, rmi then, on some favorable
or.-oAtoi!, rapidly develop into one or other of lu
hideous tono*, either on thc surface or amone: the
vital?. Ia tho latter, tnhcrclcs may bc sullenly
deposed in tho lunga or heart, or tumors formed
in the liver, or lt shows ila presence by crupUoca
JU the ?kio, or fool ulcerations on some part of
the bo.ir. Hence the occasional ase of a bottle
of thU S/t maparilIn la advisable, even when no
active syasjateeaa of dleeaaa appear. Persons af
fll- trtt with the following complaints ?cnerally
find immediate relief, andi, at length, core, by the
use Ot Mt K.IBS AV ARI Ll-A: St. Antk?
sseee> Fir?, Rt*** er Brvoiptt**, Tettrr, Salt
Jlh*um, Semi* Merni, Rina mn*, ?mrr Ky?*,
Sorm Kart, and other eruptions or risible forma
or ArrofHlov* disease. Also ia Usa more con
ceiled forms, aa Dys? no ia, Droj-jt, Heart
/Visens*, Fits, EpOrpty, Neuralgia, and
the rarioo* VUtran* BSBCtlons of thc muscular
and nervous systems.
ByphlliM or Venereal and Mrrrariat Wo?
cane* are eared by lt, though a lou? time ia re?
quired for snbdning these ubftinatc maladies by
any medicine. Bat long-continued use of this
tuetlHine will cure the complaint. LCM r orr hera
or ff M?e*, Vitrine llreratioue. and Female
IHaeaae*. are eornmonlv soon relieved and ulti
ma^-ly evedj by ii? ptirifs ing and invigorating
effect. Minnie directions for each ease are fonnd
ut oar Almanac, supplied gratis. RAetrsssartesa
and (?out. when caused by accumulation? of ex
traneoti? matters tn the blood, yield qniekly to rt,
aaalao LUrer CemrJiint*. TorpUUtg, Conor*,
tlon or Ju/tam mal lan of the J. irer, and ./o?n
dier. when ari-hur. aa they often do, from the
rankling poUoua ta tte Mood, Thl? MAMBA
PARILLA taagreae restorer fer the strength
and vigor of thc syrtitm. Tbooe who are Lass?
an id and Little**. JJetpanetent, Steeple**,
and tronbled with Kevron* Apprekeneion* or
Fear*, or any of the afcethms aymptaeaatie-of
Wenk ne**. wHl find immediate rebi-f and con?
vincing evidence of lu restorative power upon
ST. J. C. ATE? it CO., rowell, Saara**
Proetical am?, Ammtntteat Ckentiet*.
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
Da- A* J. CHINA,. Agent at Banter, 8. C.
1 HIS iavalaable Family Medicine, for purify
lag, si ssa asa g. seawpftag had edon ta all ?ada
for Erysipelas, rhaaaatisaa, and all ?kia diseases,
for eatarrh, aore month, pori throat, diptheria ;
and beantify the skin ; ta rothove Ink spots,
applied eataraally j aa highly reeomswaded hy
all who hara asodii-ia for salo hy ell Dreersiata
aad Ceentry M er maa ts, aaa may bothered]
directly of the "
D AXBT^PROPHYLACTIC' CO.,
THE 1D1LS SOUSE.
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In addition to the Agencies of the
"LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE," FIRE
and the "NEW YORK'' LIFE,
The Subscriber has been appointed Agent of the
'ANDES INSURANCE CO JIPA If IV' OF CIX., OHIO
Th!? CompHnv is ??.arni bad enerjetif. and baa in PAID UP CAPITAL ?od SURPLUS O'
AND A HALF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
It presente nome new and important fea tu rea in FIRE INSURANCE, wbleb trill be fall;,
plaided on application tu
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JHIV 19.1S71 SUMTER. 8. C.
SPARTANB?RG C. H., So. CA.
HS - SL
REV. A. M. SHIPP, D. D-, President and Professor Mental and Moral Seien?
DAVID DUNCAN, A. M , Professor Ancient Languages and Literature.
KEV. WHITEFOORD S ?ITH, D. D., Professor English Literature.
WAKREN DU PRE, A. M., Professor Natural Science.
JAS. ii. CARLISLE, A. M., Professor Mathematics.
REV. A. H. LESTER. A. M., Professor History and Biblical Literature.
The Preparatory School, undor the immediate supervision of the Faculty, JN0. W. SHIP?
Divinity School-Rev. A. M. SHIPP, D. D.; Rev. WHITEFORD SMITH, D. D.; R,v.i
LESTER. A. M.
The First Session of the Eighteenth Collegiate Year begins on the first Monday ia Ott*
1871. The Second Session begina on thc First Monday in January, 1872.
The coarse of studies and the standard of scholarship remain unchanged, but the Facaltjt
admit irregular students or tboae who wish to pursue particular studies only.
The Schools also open at the same time.
TUITION per year, in College Classes, inclodins contingent fee, $94. in Carrear?.
TUITION per year, in Preparatory School, including eontlogent fee, $44, in Carre*;
Bills payable one half In advance.
Board, per month, from $10 to $>5 in currency.
For further particulars address,
Joly 12, 1872._A. M. SHIPP. Preside*
S 20,000 TOSS DISTRIBUTED Ti
IX THE COLUMBIA CO-OPERATIVE BUILDD
ASSOCIA I ION.
! rpBE following PROPER . ?I CA. il w? i be pi?, ci M tu? utantavl U.C Trustees, Jobs Aa
X Sr., Maj. Meighen and C. Shiver, is? frasi for the benefit of the Ticket belem of tatet 'J
Association, to be de! crcd lo those who, on the day of the Rifit, may be entitled :o tasa. 1
title to the real estate bas been placed in the hands of Col. F. W. McMaster, Attoroey at Lsv.t .
?rill examine the same and give true warranty deeds, free from all encameeraacc, ea lae er T
The firat prite ia tbe Temperance Hall, now occupied on the flrat floor by Vntrt. Lorie! il? j
rance. The lot ir 25 feet front on Maia street, by 2?3 feet deep. The building is 150 fest I-f
two stories high. It is now leased for three years fur $l,40f per annum, payable aceuirm
vance, valued at.?.??W
Second Prue-Lot adjoining Rosea Hotel.44 feet front, 208 feet deep, valaed at.-~ JJ
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120 Pr?tes.- &
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D. C. PEIXOTTO A SON. ?
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Trustees oe the day of drawing, parties may feel assured that no more than 2,000 Tieksu w
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