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THE SUMTER WATCHMAN.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEBBEH 15.
JOB WuftK NEATLY AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
fcir Obituaries ?nd Tributes of Respect ex
r?ediDR foar lines will be charged fur at adver
All communication* of a personal catare
and which subserve private interest, wast be
pB" Marriage notices inserted free.
"IHK DESPOIL HAND.?
The Colombia Phoenix of Thursday
last says, a gentleman who arrived from
Union, describes the condition of tbiogs
in that unfortunate County as terrible.
Individuals are arrested right and left,
and there is DO redress. In several
instances citizens have been imprisoned
for more than s week, and were then
coolly informed that."a mistake had
been made." Another raid wa3 made
opon the town of Union, yesterday
morning, at ao early hour. All the
roads leading to the town were pick .
eted, and no one allowed to leave or
enter. Several carriages, containing
ladies, (OD their way to the railroad de
pot, to visit the fair io this city,) were
halted aod turned back. At the time
our iuformaot left, arrests were being
made by squads of soldiers, accompanied
by Deputy Uuited States Marshals.
These squads were scouriug thc streets,
having in their hands "black lists."
A tap on the shoulder, and the unlucky
-wight is turned over to an armed
THE LAST ELECTIONS,
Wisconsin elected a Republican Gov?
em or and Legislature.
Minnesota has elected a Republican
Governor by 1,428 majority.
Kansas was carried by the Republi?
cans by an increased majority.
Illinois shows Republican gains-a
Republican Congressman being elected
by t.-om 25,000 to 30,000 majority.'
New Jersey bas^lected a Democratic
Governor, but the Republicans will pro
bably bave a small majority ia thc Leg?
* New York has elected?a Republican
State ticket and Legislature-The
World thinks the Republicans will not
fall far short of & two thirds vote in
The Reform ticket, which was a fusion
of Democrats and Republicans-was
largely successful in New York City
Tammany was defeated io the maio, and
Tweed was elected State Senator by a
greatly reduced majority
Several women voted io New York.
The Republicans carry the State of
Mississippi by about 15,000.
The Democrats carry the Municipal
election of Mobile city.
The World estimates the Republican
majority of New York State at 12,000
to 17,000, and says the Republicans
have a two-thirds majority in either
branch of the Legislature.
The Charleston Courier, referring to
thc State debt fraudulent,y contracted
by the Scott administration, advocates
REPUBLICATION, as the only means of
redress left to as outraged and plunder
The Chester Reporter records a con?
science case. A maiden lady was robbed
of what little money she had, at an early
hour Saturday night. Later in the
night three men knooked at the door,
and upon being admitted, returned the
eu :ire amount.
The Rutherford (.V C) Vindicator
says: "Our jail is fast being filled with
United States prisoners, who are alleged
to be Ku Klux. Squads of from three
to eight arrive almost daily. We sup?
pose they will be taken to Raleigh to be
tried ou the 26th of November.
THE PRESIDENT AS A PROPHET.
On the 20th of January, 1864,
General) Grant wrote a letter to Hou
I. M. Harris, of Illinois, on the subject
of the Presidency, in which ho said :
lu your letter ynj say that I have it
in my power to be the next President
This is the last thing in the world Ii
desire. I would regard such a consum
inution BK being highly unfortunate for
myself, if not for the country.
That the "consummation" has been
unfortunate for the oountry no one will
question ; us to himself he must be the
judie, after comparing his present
reputation with what it was when he
made the prophecy.
1.1F Ii-K KV J'S.
"There is no music in a 'rest,' but
there is the making of music in it." In
out life melody, thu music is broken off
h?*re and there hy "rests," ami we fool?
ishly think we have come to tho end of
the tune. God sends a time rf forced
leisure, sickness, disappointed plans,
frustra'ed efforts, and makes a sudden
pause in the choral hymn of our lives,
and we lament that our voices must be
silent and our part missing in the tuusie !
* which ever goes up to the ear of the
How does the musician read thc
"rest"!!' See him beat the time with un
varying count, and catch up the next
note true ai d steady, as ii no breathing
plaoe had oome between.
Nut without design does God write
the musto of our lives? Ru it surs tu j
learn the tune, sud not be dismayed at j
the 'Tests." They are nut tu bc slurred
over, not to be omitted, not to destroy |
the melody, nut to change the keynote, i
If we look up. God himself will beat the
time for us. With our eye ohim. we
shall strike the next note full a id ciear
It we-af std ly to ourselves, "There is
no IIIUMC in a rest," let us not forget
"there is the making of music in it "
The waking ol musi? is ult eu s slow
aud painful prooe?? in i li it: life. How
putieutly God works to teach os!
How long he vail* fur ultu icaru the
POOR SOUTH CAIlO&JJfA.
The New York World says :
"We were wrong io thinking Sooth
Carolina only tormented hy the yellow
fever which desolates hei sea coast and
Mr. Grant's despotism which barries ber
western border. A third calamity op
presses ber, nod that is the astounding
robbery which first finds a revelation in
our eolnmos to day. It (teems that the
debt er the Sute, which was $5,000,000
when the present scoundrel government
took place, ?nd which wan admitted by
Governor Scott shortly after the Tax?
payers' Convention meeting in Cola tu bia
io May last to be from *H 2,000,000 to
?14.000,000, is now ascertained to be,
at the least, $25.000,000. Bonds to over
$20,000,000 have been printed in this
city, and the exact states of the Sooth
Carolina debt no man caa today say.
The reconstructed Governor Scott, now*
in this city, cannot tell, neither cnn any
of his officials, ail of whoia have like?
wise swarmed hither of lace, say. An
impenetrable clond rests over these
finances, and all that clearly appears is
this : that there have bee 3 $20,000,000
of bonds printed in this city, and of the
whole issac it may be writ en nulla vest?
gia rctrorsum-none can explain where
the money has gone. Wtt bear that in?
terest payable in this city bas been
promptly met after the fashion of swind?
ling corporations which borrow money
to pay dividends, while interest payable
in the capital of South Carolina has been
allowed to go by default, io the hope
that such default io that far away region
might not excite the attention any de
faolt io Wail street would irouse. Fur?
ther, wt have it that open uar is declared
between Scott, the reconstructed Govern
I or, and the broker formerly his?dus
Achate* in this city for ibe management
of the State funds.
"Still further, in all this appear the
ear-marks of that great national gift
taker, Mr. Grant. The reconstructed
Governor >'cott was. prior : o his election,
a Freedmen's Bureau mar, one ol' Phil*
anthropist Howard's serriiars. Philan?
thropist Howard being a Bird of the
same feather with Receiver-General
Grant, a kindly feeling hi entertained
towards reconstructed Governor Scott by
the administration Whether this fel?
low-feeling has led to the military des?
i pot ism now existent in South Carolina
with the object of keeping these mon?
strous financial rascalities in the family,
dues put nove appear. It soon may."
What a glorious thins it is for the
human heart! Those who work hard
seldom yield to fancied or real sorrow.
Wheo grief sits down, folds its hands,
and mournfully feeds upon its own fears,
weaving the dim shadows that s little
exertion might sweep away into s fanerai
pall, the strong spirit is shorn of its
might, and sorrow become ? our master
Wheo troubles flow upon you dark and
heavy, toil not with waves, and wrestle
not with the torrent ; rather seek by oc?
cupation to divert the dav!; waters that
threaten to overwhelm yon into a thous
and channels, whioh the duties of life
always present. before you dream of
it, those waters will fertilise the present
and give birth to fresh Surer*, that will
become pure and holy in tho sunshine
which penetrates to tho path of duty io
spite of every obstacle. Grief, after all.
is but. a selfish feeling, and most selfish
is the man who yields himself to the in?
dulgence of any passion which brings
oo joy to his fellow men.
A LI VE L Y OCA! LIT Y,
I spent the night with nome friends
on the top of Vesuvius, freezing on one
side and boiling on the other. We kept
ourselves awake by the amusement of
dodging the falling stones. About once
io ten minutes the old mountain gave a
.-hiver-then a burst, like forty thous
and muffled canoon, if ever there was
such a thing. At each burst a cloud of
black smoke, in the shape of an inverted
hay stack, and thirteen tin es the size of
the Galt House, was driven into the air,
followed by a mnsa of livid flame that
lighted the country for leagues around
Then boys look out for stones. Millions
of tons are thrown hundreds of feet io
the air, most ot them falling back into
the crater, but many, varying in size
frum a pigeon's egg to a tubbaceo hogs?
head, land outside, and you most dodge
-generally easy enough, ?is they are of
a white heat, aud show as plaio as .
rocket star. They lambie dowo the
steep cone, hissing and steaming io the
.now-the big oues breaking into frag
nient*, and flying like a bt rstiog shell.
Now. boy*, is the time, ten minutej'
interval. We rash up to the very edge
of the abyss, and look down ; for further
particulars see "Dante's Inferno ;" but
you spoil yoar boots ; I did. You singe
your moustache; I did. And you wish
you were safely oat of it; I did. You
turn away sneezing, as it you bad acci?
dentally ignited a box of loaofoooa under
your nose ; fur a moment all is dark ;
then the lung, twinkling rows of gas
lamps in tlie streets of Na pies seem to
spring tut of the ground under yoar
feet, thuujflt miles away ; thoo you see
the lights in the little towns above the
base of the mountains, in all save one,
and that one the largest Pompeii-with
irs great old tempi*, magnificent thea?
tres, close built streets, sud vast arena,
is dark; the grim skeletons lying in
their ashen beds alone keep their vigil
there.; their eyeless suokets need nu
light. Nu sight that ever I witnessed
cutt equal a olear sun rise from Vesuvius.
Nu une can imagine its grandeur ; but
you must try tu. fur I dare not attempt a
description As we stood gazing dowo
oo the roofless houses of Pompeii, the
?un lighting it? gray.colured wall-Torre
del Green wirb ita earthquake shaken
walls-I said : "We have nuthing like
this in America" "l'ai glad of it,"
says one of the party ; "it's nw fut shab?
by ; don't think it pays." That young
man was frum Henry county, Indiana.
With s pretty general detraction of
boots and clothing, ?rid the aforesaid
loss ul one ul rite handsouie.it moustaches
in Naples, by your bumble servant, we
got down safe y No su irith another
party who ascended from tile Nuls side.
Une of them had an arm broken by .
fulling stowe; cito: her a hg, itv getting
duwn- If you wish tu kuo v how to got j
np Vesuvius consult ? g?ije book, or
better try it. If yuu wish to know bow
to get duwn. Int go your bold, ?od
y m/11 come dowu.-Louitv'Ue Courier'
: fOB THE LADLES.
From Madame Denioreat we have the
following ?valuable hints in regard to
Fall and Wiuter styles ;
Fiann ?l polonaises are to be wore over
silk skir:s. These are of French flan
nel, figured like the "cretonnes" of the
bummer and to be trimmed with bande,
collar, pocket flaps, aud immense but*
cons of black velvet.
The Eossian cape will also be adopt?
ed.- It etteoida jost below the elbows,
has s?ants io the shoulders, to distin?
guish it from the talma, and frequently
has a second shorter cape ovar it, which
it alwayt open op the back.
Walu nt brown, cypress and aod myrtle
green, scabieose, and all the deep dark
colors, known as cloth colors, are in
Satins, with broad perpendicular
stripes, und narrow diagonal ones, are
Striped, as well as figured woolen
goods, are much used for polonaises over
a variety of skirts. .
"The form Gabrielle" is very mueh
in vogue for borne toilets.
Fichu* are woro for eveoing toilet?,
especiall r tor very young ladies.
; A oovslty io neckties, bows of satin
or gros grata, trimmed with narro*
kinds of furs.
Flat garnitures of every description
prevail, braiding with fine soutache is
abundan', fringe and lace, with headings
of rich passemeterie, are the lavorities
Hats aud bonnets are assuming gigart
tic proportions perpendicularly, ard the
coiffure, is gradually ereeping up to
keep them company. Louis XVI, with
itt high flat crowe aod rolling brim, is
the prevailing style in felt a d straws
and the full soft puffs for velvet or silk
Either all black, with a single point of
color, or matching the costume.
Ba C a td ed bf what you Kuow.
Thpew an old proverb which raye, "Expe?
rience il t ie safest gui Je." To this guide the
sick ead "tiling naturally turn when casting
about for he means of relief. Tbey iii>|uirn what
a taedicia i ba? doae for el be rr, before tbey adopt
it themselves. Of all the rem?die* and preven?
tives in ute, Hosteller's Stomach Bitter? meeta
the te;t mott triumphantly, and hence its immense
popularity ?od vase tale*. The totterer fron
indigestion ta aero to Sud some ona among his
friends wto ba* been tared of that "??ornent by
ibo famous vegetable atomaobie. The victim of J
fever and ague, liver eemplaiits. constipation,
nervous prostration, er get eral debility, has only
to make inquiry ia tbe neighborhood where be
resides in order to discover what thia standard
restorative has effected in cases similar to his
own. In the pobiifbed tettitaony tu itt meriti
be will find a volume of proof? of its sanitary
properties, which it ii impassible for bis common
tense to raitt. He tries it, and the effect
produces on his ryttem ad la another to the boat
of witnesies in it? favor Thu?, it? reputation,
founded m farta, ant assertions, continually
grow? enc (prends. Charlatans and impostors,
some of them mere local tricksters, ard other?
who take a somewhat wider range, attempt to
thrust into tbe hand? and down tbe throat? of
invalids, their haphazard concoctions, a? snb
ttitute? for the tonic wbieb for to many year* bu?
been a medicinal ataple throughout the United
Sutes, Spani?h America, Cacada, ard the West
Indies, but only succeed to a very ?imitad extect.
In this raaionitig age, tho people, having oncer
taineo what ii really deserving of their con?
fidence, decline "running after strange g< d?/~
MOTHERS ! ! !
DONT PAIL TO PROCUBE MRS. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP FOR CHIL?
Thi* valuable preparation ha? been used with
NEVER FAILING SUCCESS IN THOU?
SANDS OF CASES.
It not only relieve* tb* ebild from pain, but
invigorates tb? stomach and bowell, eorreci*
acidity, and giro* tone and energy to tb* whole
system. It will abo instantly relievo
Griping in the bowels and Wind Coifc
We believe it the BEST and SUREST REM?
EDY IN THE WORLD, fir all case* or Dysen
tory and Diarrhoea ia Cbtliren, whether arisiog
from teething or any other eau??.
Full directions for ming will accompany each
joule. None eenuin* unlesj the fnc simile of I
CURTIS A PERKINS, New York, ii on the j
Sold by all Medicine Dealer*.
215 FULTON STREET. NEW YORK.
4930 HARD ST. LONDON. ENGLAND,
441 St. PAUL Sr. MONTREAL, CANADA.
S-pt 20_ ly
EIL VINO CATALINA.
Tho announcement that ha* been ao generally
heralded throughout tb* country that an Ameri?
can company baa again eoinmenred importing j
thia celebrated Win* Toni? it a matter of tao
.mall importance, and will bo bailed with joy by
all those seeking a pur? and invigorating tonie ;
alto, tboie who need a par*, pleat ant acd re?
freshing stimulant will find io tb? El Vino Cat?
alina, or Brown's Catalinn Wine Tonie, what
they want. It will be remembered that impor?
tations war* mad* in 1866 of thi* noted brand,
bat in consequence of tbe high duty then de?
manded hy thia government, th? ?nterpriae eea?.
ed, to th* regret of . thousand* who bad learned
it? value. Iti? tb? oldest tonie In the world, and
doubtless the moat Invigorating, the pcrest and
bett, and If importation oontinnea at the rates !
now started, lt will take it* place in every fami?
ly io thii a* wall a* lo tbe old cuntriei. lu
merlu will make <t a houiebold article, and we
hope that every one who ba* ever used any Bit?
ter* or common paUnt tonie, will at leant try one
bottle of tbe Caldina, and then dseid* for thea
..Ive* whether tbey will OM this tente, prepared
from th? pure juice of tb? CaUlina grape, with
Calivfy* and tb* spices of Ceylon, or a bitter*
made of common whiskey and bitter field berbt.
This lt an invaluable preparation for weakness
and debility; it relier?* morning languor and
give* freibneti and appetite, not followed by an
j It ou res Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Cottl vanes*.
Bilious Doran . erneat?, Cr?-np Colic. Flatulence,
Diarrhoea, Dysentery Nausea, Vomiting, Morn?
ing Sickness, Chill;! nod Fever*, Headache, Ner?
vous Irritability, Anaemia. Henri Disease, Di*
.easel of the Kidney? and Bladder, Diseases of ?
th* Skia, and all Emptions, either mused b y
other diseases or impurity of the Wood. A? a
Tonio in Consumption, lt ha? no superior of j
wbieb thousands believe themselves to bave been
..ured by ?tl BK. We do out claim that it will
core Consumption, bat wa ar? ?are that lt will
pr?vaut lt if Uken in time.
For ?al* by I. A. McKacai, DreeggUt, gum.
Ur 8. C., J, M. M. COMBAD A Co., 19 Light
afreet, Baltimore, Md, General Agent* for the
U, 8. Office of th* Company, 48 8. Howard
I'reet, Baltimore, Md.
PLAN8 AND F8TIMATKS furnished on
apptl?*Hoe. Will af ?od U aoy business en?
tro? Ud lo hita with aeenraay and dUpafeb,
Belar* to FOE8 OR FRIENDS.
Address, Box SS, Manchester, 8. C.
BQ2ERT BRO UN'i P. 8.
SP KCl AL WOTICKS.
Th?only reliebleGift Distribution io the country !
IH VALUABLE -GIFTS
TO BB DISTRIBUTED 1ST
L. D. SIDE'S
152 wu1 REGULAR HOS TH LY
To be drawn Monday, Nor. 27th, IS71.
TWO GRAND CAPITALS OF
$5,000 each in Greenbacks !
WHOLE NUMBER OF CAi>H GIFTS, 1,000!
I Hawse A Bu gy, with Silver-mounted Harneas,
Ona Fine-toneil R- sowood Piano, worth $500
Ten Family Sewing Machines, . . worth $100
Fire Heavy Cased Gold Hunting Watches and
Hoary Gold Chains, worth $301 each (
Fire Gold American Hunting Watches, worth
$125 earh. Ten Ladies'Gold Nuntin? Watehes,
worth $100 eaeb : 804 Gold and Silver Lever
Hunting Watches ffn all} worth from $20 to
Ladles' Gold Leontine Chains, Sent'? Gold Vest
Chains, Silver plated Castors, Solid Silver A
Doable-Plated Table and Teaspoons, I rt ry
Handled Pinner Knives, Silver-plated Dinner
Forts, Silver Vest Chains, Photograph Albums,
Ladies' Gold Breastpins and Ear-rings, Gents'
Gold Breastpins, ?shirt Studs ? Sleeve Buttons,
Finger-rings, Gold Pens, (silver extension,) etc
Whole number Gifts, 6,000. Ticket? limited to
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL TICKETS, to
whom Liberal Premiums will be paid.
Single Tickets $1: Six Tickets $5; Twelve
Ticket;? $10 : Twenty-five Tickets $20.
Circulars containing a full list of prizer, a de
scription of the manner of drawing, and other
information in reference to tho Distribution, will
be sent tu any one ordering them* All letters
roust be addressed to omer.,
L. D. SINE. Box 86,
101 W. 5th St. Cincinnati, 0.
October 4 _t_20 n.
IM PAIRED VITALITY.-When yon feel as
if the vital powers were giving away, strength
gone, spirits depressed, memory failing, appetite
lost, exhaustion stealing over every sense and
paralyzing every energy, then is the time to
resort to that powerful ally of natura, DR. WALK
KR'S VEGETABLE VINEGAR BITTERS. The proper,
ties they embody soon work a glorious renova?
tion in the debilitated system and tho clouded
THE ATMOSPHERE OF LOVE.-Is a pure
sweet breath. This desideratum is one of the
results of usiwg Suxodunt which nor only invigo?
rates ?nd preserves the teeth, bot renders the
mouth as tragrant as a rose.
CHILDREN'S LIVES SAVED FOR 50 CTS.
- Every ease of Croup can be cured when first
taken, by Dr. Tubing Venetian Liniment, war?
ranted for 24 years, and never a bottle returned.
It also cures Diarrhoea, Dys? ntery. Colic, Sore
Tl.rust, Cuts. Born? and external Pains. Sold
by the Druggists, Depot tO Park Place, New
THE BEST COSMETIC-Burnett's Kallist-n
produces a fresh cnu^lesio?, sernove? (an and
ircckles, and imparts a velvety softness to the
?kio. Results at ten cling exposure to our change?
able climate upon thc skin, may be entirely ob?
viated by its use. For sa'e by all druggists.
PRATT'S ASTRAL OIL.-Not the Cheapest
but safest and Best Illuminating Oil for family
use ever mada Bums in the ordinary kerosene
lamp. Does not take fire, nor exploite if the Limp
is upset and broken. Send for Circular, Oil
House of Charles Pr: lt, established 1770, New
RISLEY'S LINUIENT.-Of Arnica, Hops,
Carbolic Acid, aein as a universal external core
all, acting on (he nerves connected with the skin
It promptly reiteres Neuralgia Pains, Cleanses
and cares old sores and ulcers, flesh wounds,
burns, braises, sprains, te. Sold everywhere at
50 cents. Morgan A Risley. Wholesale Drug?
gists, New York. General Agents.
LAIRDS' BLOOM UF YOUTH.-A roost de?
lightful toilet preparation for beautifying the
skin, bas been established u?> r ten veers ; during
that time over ooe million ladles have used it;
in every instance it has given emir j satisfaction
it removes all imperfections, tans, freckles and
sunburns, giving the skin a youthful appearance,
Sold at all Druggists and Fancy Goods Stores.
Depot 5 Gold Street. New York.
THANKS TO THE TIM Et.Y DISCOVERY of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, the hearts of
many parents have been umiteglad by witnessing
the beneficial effects, which this remedy never
fails to produce during the critical period of
CARBOLIC SALVE.-Nothing like it ever
known before. Cu reit cuts, burns, sores, wounds,
Ac., like n agio. Physicians speak of it in terms
of tho highest praise Price 25 cents per box.
John F Henry, Sole Proprietor, 8 College Place,
PHYSICIANS wie bare prescribed Syapnia
or Purified Opium uta no other form of Opium tn
CRISTADORO'S IA1R DYE- If all his hairs
were lives. Othello snid, "tn* great revenge bath
stomach for them all." But hair that's grey or
sandy, white or red. the ladies hs ve no stomaeb
for at all. Use Chriitadoro's Dye and the evil is
remedied. Manufactory. 68 Malden Lane,
THE PURE3T and Sweetest Cod Lirer Oil
In the world is Haz?rd A Caswell'? m?^e on the
son-shore, from fresh, selected livers,by Caswell,
Hazard k Co. New York. It is absolutely pure
and sweet. Pa tien ti; who have once taken tt pre
fer it to all others. Physieiani have decided it
superior to any of tb? otie;- oils ia the
JUD VIN'S Inodorous Kid Glove Cleaner
restore? soiled glover equal to new. For sale by
Druggists and Fane" Goods Deslors. Pri?e 25
cents per bottle. ?. C. Wells A Co.. New York.
AN ANTIDOTE FOR FEVER AND AGUE.
IT IB WARRANTED ENTIRELY VEGE?
It COD tains no arsonlo or poisonous Ingredients
of any kind-nothing ia the least degress injurious
to tb? SYStcta und*r any eireuinstances-and
may be administered with perfect safety to aa
It never mill to eur? th? nott c bstlnato ease,
eben taken as dirtied.
It cures immediately. In aa MM wi!! th?
patient har? more t'ian one chill after the first
dose, and in th? majority of CSHI not even
It accomplishes th? work by der t roy In g th?
Mute of disMM, which no other remedy pr*,
tends to do.
It is an ?fisctaal preven li??, neutralizing the
SJ al ar iou? poison I? tike system, ted thus a farting
CM APPELi/g Dg por, S. C , 8eptssebor 1, 1871.
j JJcttrt. Dotti: JvYtse ? ?-tU I
G ga ra ..-We kev* jala ?na donn of MOISE'S
FEVER AND AGUE PULS wich ? fearaotM.
gad not a aingl? call mas been mi de for a retara
I of th? money paid ; bet oe the contrary, **?7
I give general Mtisfsction. gad ?area ia every
instance. For weird two dozen M soon as possi?
ble, as we ar? ant: rely out of tlism, and bera
Yours truly. ,
_ A. J. If A LT I WARNER A CO.
CHARLESTON, Be Ce
BOARD. PER*DAY, $8.00.
ROBT. BAKILTOV. SJ*|, g. %, limiggltUt,
VV J3L JL K^JLZL
VB811A COTTM P
M I I h?j.VK
W. P. RUSSELL i
THE ABOVE PEESS 3
IND OF SUCH IMMENSE POWER, THAT
>rc.?? ft bale of Cotton weighing 600 lbs., or* bore?
Mle of tbs ?ame ?ixe IN ONE ft
The Pres waa exhibited at the Fairs through on
rbere. At Aagnsta, Qa., a Silver Pitcher worth :
it Charleston, last November, we took the Prenra
>f the Association for the fall pri?e. $185.
We Guarantee thia THE REST PRESS IN K
TAKE RACK ANT PRESS not as represented, a
Agents Wanted for eve
W. P, RUSSEL k CO.; P. (
In aTI diseases of Swine, each aa Coughs, Ulcers tn
She Longs, Urer, Ac., this article acts
ss) a sp?cifie. By potting freo one
half a paper to a paper in a barrel of I
swin th? above diseases will be eradi?
cated or enurel j prevented. If giren
in time, a certain preventivo aad
core Cor tba Hog Cholera.
BAFTJ) E. FOUTZ, Proprietor,
For sale br Druggists and Storekeepers throughou\
the United ?tales, Canada? and ?Sonta ? nurka.
Dr. A J. China. Agent,
SUMTER, S. C.
A SURE CURE FOR
CHILLS AND FEVER.
Desbler's Fever and Ague Pills.
AN INFALLIBLE CURE!
The above ls no near Remedr. bat one that has
Hood the test of TWENTY VB I RS' USE. and
ll a "hou*eh?ld word in probably more families
in those sections of the country where Chills and
Fever are moat preralent, iban ADJ other medi?
cine uf its dwi.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
And by the Proprietors,
FRASER & LEE,
HARRAL, RISLEY & KITCHEN,
No. 20 Beckman Street, New York.
THIS Invaluable Papally Medicine, fur purify
Ina?, cleansing, removing bad wiora io all kinds
for Erysipelas, rheaaaatism,and all>kin diseases,
for catarrh, ?ore mouth, sore throat, diptberia ;
for eolie. diarrhoea, cholera ; *s*a wash to ?often
aad beaatify tb? skin ; to ren.ove Ink spots,
mildew, frnit stains ; taken internall) aa ?ell as
directly of the_ '
PAMBY PROPHYLACTIC CO.,
161 William Street, N. Y.
feb I Ij
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
Jast publish*1, s new edition of Dr. CULVER,
WELL'i CELEBRATED ES8AY OD thr radical
~--.? (a ithjict medi?ae) of 8MMUTMxuau ot
seminal Weal BOM, Involuntary Scninai Losses.
ia pot mer. Menta! and Physical Incapacity, Ia,
pediments to Marriage, eta.; also, Coaammo?,
BpiLinr, and FITB, induced bj self-in.Ujlgenw
or sexual extrarogaoee.
JDsP'Prreo, in a sealed envelope, onlj (I cents
The ealebrated a&thor, ID thia admiraba usa j,
dearly demonstrates, fron a thirty year?' sae.
oe ??fa I practice, that tb* ilarmiog consequences
of ?elf ?buse may bo radically oared wi tijou t tb?
dangerous as? of hiemal medicina or tbi appli?
cation of ibo knifo; pointing oat a mod? of ann
at ono* simple, certain, ?ad effectual, ly moa nt
of wbloh every sufferer, no matter what bi? con?
dition nay bo, may care bi meal f cheaply, private?
ly, and radically.
ia*.This Looter* saoald be la UM 1 andi ol
every yontb and evary saan la tb* land.
Stat, under ?eel, In a plain envelope, to aa]
address, potipdd, on receipt six cent ) or twe
Abo, Or. Calvar w*ll,i "Marriage GBM*,"pric4
Addrew tho Pibllabor*,
CHAS. J. C. 5LINE t CO.,
itt Bowery Hov York, Poit-Office fox 458?
Implement, Seed and
51 LIGHT ST.,
Manufacturer of und Dealer in
Agricultural Implements, of all tb* latest Im- j
proved patterns, vii :
Plows, Harrow?. Cultivators, Reaper*, and Mow.
er?, Hope Powers. Thrasher.!, with a gsner
erai Assortment of Field and Garden Toola?
3 rower and Importer of Fie'd and Garden Seeds.
Sole Agent for the sale nf the Celebrated Extra
Early Dexter Seed Pea. Parties interested
in the growing of Peas for market, should
order early so aa to not be disappointed in
getting the Ehrl ?est ?nd most Prolific Pen
.tnown, pronounced so by hundreds ot* track?
ers who have planted them.
aili Cal Powders.
" This preparation, long and tai amil*,
(known, wi? thoroughly re-loi fja*Jlrs
'broken down and tow-spirited hones,
by strengthening and cleansing the
stomach and Intestines.
It is a sore preventive of all disease*
incident to this animal, each as LUNG
?EVER. GLANDERS. YELLOW
WATER, HEAVES, COUGHS, DIS?
TEMPER, FEVERS. FOUNDER,
LOSS OF APPETITE AND VITAL
ENERGY, Ac lu nae improves
the wind, Increases the appetite
gives ?smooth and glossy akin-end
transforms the miserable skeleton ,
?^io-t? fine-looking and spirited horse, i
To keepers ef Cows this prepara?
tion ls invaluable. It ls a sore pre?
ventive against Rinderpest, Hollow
Hore, etc. It has been preven by
actual expert ?vent to increase the
quantity ef milk and cream .wenty
per cent- and make the batter nna
and sweet. In fattening cattle, it
gfves them aa appetite, loosens tack aide, and make*
teem thrive :
[S SO OONSTXUCTED,
WITH A SINGLE LEVER ONE MAN CAI?
s can be hitched io the opposite side and press ?
UN UTE'S TIME
t the S?ntb last Fall, and took the Premium emirr
$50 was awarded this Prese, At -the Feir h*-l I
m ead sold the Pres? ?n the spot to the President
XISTENCE et the PRESENT TIME, ?ad will
od REP UKI) THE .VON EY. Pri?e fifi*.
ry County in the State.
0. Box 457, Charleston, S. C.
Proprietor of the
Grower of Fruit, and Ornamental Trees, Shrub*
bery, Vines, Ac,
Offers for sale for the Fall of 1871,
29.100 Apples Trees,
50.000 Peech Trees,
20.000 Sta- dard Pear Trees,
25,000 Dwarf Pear Trees,
10.000 Cherry Trees,
50,000 Grape Vines, assorted.
Together with a general assortment of all the
leading varieties of Small Fruits.
Also a large and Well selected stock of Ever?
green.* suitable for Ornamenting and Beautifying
Yards and Cemeteries. Asparagus Roots, Roses,
Ac. Price Lists mailed on application.
' . 3m
Ri ch au's
1,000 DOLLARS REWARD
FOR ANY CASE WHICH
Dr. Kienan's Golden Remedies
FAIL TO CURE.
DR. RiCBAIJ'S GOLDEN BALSAM
Is the greatest Alterative, Renovator and Blood
Purifier in the World; radically cures SrrBiLts
and Sc nore LA ia al its forms. Save your money
by obtaining the only radical eure at once. It
remores all disease fmm tba system end leeres
the blood pure ead healthy.
Golden Balsam No. 1
Cures Syphilis and all cutaneous eruptions ia
primary and see >ndary stages, such a? Old
Ulcers, Ulcerated Sore Mouth ?nd
Throat, Sore Eyes, Skin Eruptions.
Soreness nf the Sealp, Copper
Colored Blotches. Ac, Ac ,
and Disease radi?
Golden Balsam Ha. ?
AeU in Ulcers, ?e.. same es Not. 1 ; will ca e
Tertiary Hereditary Syphilis, or Scrofula In its
worst f rms, after ell other treatment fails. I
bare thousands of certificates certifying to mi?
raculous cures effected by tbese remedies. Pa?
tients eat and drink what they like, and require
no outward application. Thousands suffer om
Syphilitic and Mercurial Rheumatism wbo are
not aware of it; end I defy saeb to obten a
radicai cure without the aid of these nredieints.
Its beneficial effects ere felt at once ; it bas raised
patients from hospital bed/, ia one- week, wbo
have lain there for years, nader the best pras
titioners rn the City ; aad*fs ?So only radical
cure for the worst disease /ncwo. Syphilis,
Syphilitic and Mercurial Rbi1'"-.tistn li the mest
painful form af this disease.
Patients io many instances ari confined to
their beds for montes and years, loosing appetite,
falling away io flesh till reduced to mere skele;
(oas, patiently awaiting the arrival of death to
relieve thees of their sufferings ; to sueb I would
Golden Balsam No? 2
Will save yoar life, gire yo? strength, restore
your appetite, reduce swelling, aol. make a radi
cally well ease of yoe io a short space of time;
gives immediate relief ead effects e radical eera
in all cases of Rheumatism, either acute, ebronie
or inflamatory, whether from the above cease or
any other. Price o? either No. 1 0/ No. t Golden
Balsam: $5.00 per bottle, or two bottles for
Hot Springs, Arkansas, May 7,1868.
Dr. RICHARDS, 228 Variek Street, New York.
I find that after ell the medie?! treatment I
know any thing about, Hot Springs included,
fail te ear? Syphilis ; yoar BALSAM will and hes
radically cured tba worst af them. Thousands
come bera from nil perts every season, and if you
will establish me as Agent, I caa aell large
quantities of year Medicine, for Z am satisfied
that it will do all yon claim for it.
Very Inly, years, dr., ?M.,
?. J. B_, M. D.
Aoy one wishing to enquire of Dr. B - it
regard to this Medicine ein hare address in roll
hy writing to ne.
I take pleasure lo certifying that
Dr. EICHAUS BALSAM No. 2
has completely eared u ease of Tertiary Syphilis
of Eight Years steading, coctraeted io tba amy,
after having expended Five Hundred Dollars fer
medical attendance. The ease referad to, at the
time of eommeneing the nea of Dr. RICHAU'8
Remedies, was confined to bed, with ulcers on
beth hind* ?nd arms- Any one doubting the
above or wishing farther particulars, caa be in?
fo med by refetiag to
M. E. HUGHES, Dacscisr,
May it, 1869 Newburgh, Cuy ahogo Co., Ohio.
DR. D-B. RICHARDS,
2*8 VARICK ST"
Nb W YORK
COD LITER OW.
Wa desire to ?til the attention of the Medies
Profession to this preparation of Cod Liver Oli
for the following reason : It will agree with the
most debilitated stomach. It is decidedly more
pleasant to administer. It ic lets axpeneire te
prescribe. It ?tit not saaseate, aj the Pan oree.
tina assists in perfectly digesting eU. It is atore
palatable, ns th? eoejbinntloo fontes* tmelsion,
sad we are t**reibre ?bje to disguise itt offen?
siveness. It is Inn expensive, M ? smalt
ntiiy of Cod Lirer per?satly dieted will pre.
far morebeneicial results ibu Ire tintes the
quantity Imperfectly digested. Tbis preparation
le meeting with the greatest tarer amoeg Phyri
elans in Diseases nf the Lange, tod In rapidly
Ukin? the plane of the plain oil. Price Listonad
Dose Books will ba freely ferois?ed nnoe appli-.
estie?. M an? metered by REED, CARNRICK ?
ANDRUS, 198 Fnltea St, ?. Y, Sold by Drag,
WILL POSITIVELY CURB
Chills and Fever,
Il does m?t a**T if tbe e?** ** ehr.nn,Ct
lr??, ,r?n the system. We ?, r.fer ta thous
?ST?. Baltimore. who hare been relevad by
Matin Ague Mixture
SANTES, FRANCK, Dec. 28, !870.
Ur A //. f?'xJWf- Baltimniw, Md:
MT Sir-I bare the b?n?r of ac?
knowledging the recent <>t <be 10th ultimo, con
'aiaing order f?r fifteen thousand franrt opon
ITatefK Taillander A Co., in cmplranee with our
^tracto! loth October bat, ??".'?.?;
pleasure I eoaetitu-e y?* ??..le Agent -fthe
United Siaf.-*. Central and S?ntb America, ?ur
the ?le ..f J/?"? AgneM^'nre. wMrb bat ?I
r.ady aerwa.HM-l.ed tv much goad IB our own
tountry and S| ?in. .
This tnixlure contamino?"'??*.
Kkntertr tk?t *.>? ??j*?: thc genervl h tul ti ;
nor is it diswgreeable to ?he taite. I PT***?
the prcecr?piion of the celebrated Spauish Pbjti
eian.Dr. Piedi? tjonialer. after bis retirement
frw?s hi? Protaminen, wb- g?*e me th? t^??f eo?
rlneiet pn-.f? and ti?t he hud ?sci
the preterit*"'"" *'* Prnc"'r* ?f f?r,S (40' ^
ftesWaw fait** ?? " ?ingle intUtnee.
Matin Agne 3f?*tmrt i? chiefly componed o.
to? ?er* bert and ?idett wiaa. and the panent
need*?* ?han*? his ea? ornery mod? ol living
whilst taking the remedy. Indeed, it i? ? pleat
ant tonie, an*if taken in smnll quantiles befo-e
breakfast each day. it Will Prevent CkiU* and
Fever in loeatitie* whet? miotmn prenait*. The
patient will find that the Matin Agn<t M>xtn,e
ereile* an appetite, and that instead of injuring,
it improve* the geneff I health. I warrant the
Matin Ague Mixture to effect cure ?a all caaes.
Yours, very Trajly,
Dr. Wm. Frederick SieKart'* Certificate:
Ballimore, May 1,1S71.
Having analyzed the Matin Ague Mixtnre, I
do not hesitate to recommend it ?? an excellent
remedy for Chills and Ferer. It contains noth
ing which can injure the general health.
WM. F. STEWART, M. D.,
R ssident Physician Maryland Hospital.
Dr. J.H. William*' Certificate :
Baltimore, April 19,1871.
I hereby certify that I have made a careful
analysts of tba "Matin Ague Mixtnre" and that
it does not contain a particle of quinine, I be
licve it to be a most efficient remedy for Chill
and Ferer. JNO. B. WILLIAMS, M. D-,
If MAT?? AG?E MIXTURE fails-it never fails
money will be returned to purchaser.
FOR SALE BY
By L A. McKAOKN, Druggist, Sumter, S. ?.
R. H. BIGOER, Proprietor, and Groeer, Suc?
cessor to C. M. nod D. W. MYER.
No. 12 WEST BALTIMORE Street Bal: ?more
and all druggists.
Sept 6- _8?n
BOARDMAN'S COD LIVER OIL.-This Oil
is pat ap with great care from perfectly
fresh Livers and is, without doubt the finest pro?
BOARDMAN'S FRENCH WORM CONFEC
TR XS.-Invaluable as a eore for Worms,
and being in the torm cf a candy loxenge are
BOARDMAN'S CONC'D EXT. JAMAICA
GINGER -A splendid corrective and ex
eevdingly useful in Colics, Cramps, and ordinary
irregularities of the Bowels.
BRANT'S INDIAN PURIFYING EXTRAC.
A medicine long in use for disorders arising
from aa impur? state of lb? blood.. Thia ai tide
bas performed som? mn?t wonderful cures and
ia tba bast article extant for lb* parp?se.
BRANTS INDIAN PULMONARY BAL
SAM.-Extensively used lor all pulmonary
complainhoing purely vegetable, unlike IBO?I
preparations f?r Coughs, Cubis, ?te., dot ? a?.i
constipai s af leave any unpleasant ?lier effect,
bat always affords speedy relief!
GREENE'S DYSPEPSIA REMEDY.?A
safe, sure and speedy rare of ibal aaosl
distressing ?I eompWinb "DTarrrsiA." put sp
from an original reeipo of DH. URKK.IE, Fort
Valley. Ga.by whom it baa loag been .?sed with
PARKER'S NERVE AND BONE LISI
M EXT.-The best external remedy far man
or beast. A eertain eure for Rheumatism,
Cramps, .-prainj, Bruises, Swelling, Week Limbs
and pains of all kiuds.
PARKER'S COM POL1 ND FLUID EXTRACT
BUCH V.-Tb? purest and bett in us?. A
sure relief for all diseases of lb* Bladder ai.d
Xidnevs.-ask for ssa ortrer",-Pbysjetaaji sw-*
HALLETT, SEAVER & ttiMANC,
149 Chamtxrt awl 131 Kentle Streett,
Sept 6- ]y
To tb? FARMERS and PLANTERS of Mary
land and fha South Generally.
(We coart tba Chemist's inquiry.)
Aft?r 23 years experience in the Fertilising
business, and after establishing a wide reputation
for the parity and excellence of his Bona Dust,
the subscriber bas been induced to prepare-.a
Phosphate suitable to lb? requirements and
every way worthy the attention of tho Southern
The -MARYLAND" ii a rrjuvenaior ?nd
permanens improver of the soil It st'unoiates
equal to peruvian Guano, and sustains equal to
Bon?, being composed almost entirely ot thea?
ingredients, with a very libera! percentage of
Potash in lb?residuum. There is noedulterater
nor inferior artic}? used-?very purtiele of tb?
Phosphat? beiag of essen rial benefit to tb? land.
Neither pains nor expence har? been spared ia
its preparation, and we olaim for it tba greatest
benefit to the farmer from the emallestwatUy.
For Cotton, Wheat and Corn, and as a ge?er*i
stimulant and aliment fur worn and impoverished
land there can be nothing superior. It is war
tanted to runas high in Ammonia aad highec in
Boa? Phosphate than ?ny other fertiliser in th?
Price $Stt p?r ton, la new bags. No charge
fordelivery, JOSHUA HORNER,Ju.
Manufacturer and Genres! Commission Mer?
chant. Ofllc? aad Wareboas?, ii S. Gay St.
General ffareboase, Cor. Chew and Stirlin?8r?..
Bone Bast $45,
$47. oar own manufacture, ia new bags ; Eastern
aad West?** Bono Dost $tt. Peravian Guano
delivered from Peravian Government Warehouse
at lowest rate?, fi o charg? for delivery.
JOSHUA HORNER, Ja.
SCHOOL HISTORIES For Fall 1871
Blackburn ? McDonald fe
8 RAMM AR SCHOOL HISTORY,". S.
240 PF. CLOTH, $1 25.
ILLUSTRATED WITH 8 COLORED MAPS.
"Th? greet deskieiatum io School Booka for
Southern Children is freedom from partisan pre
jud iee and political misrepresentations This
work, give? a just ace aunt of Ike lata wa?. It
records fi ot?, and withholds opinions. It tall*
th? truth, and fosters ito bitterness. The style
is geed: the eeaieeeec are brief and perspjeu
oe? ? tee arrangements nw and ATTRCATJVa."
-.Baltimore Epitecpat tl hod it May ST.
THE NEW 8CH00L HISTORY OF THE ?. 8.
(F?m?rly known aa Th* Southern**.)
HQ pp. CLOTH fl Tl,
iLLOtrmATED errs KIO ar COLORED ntn,
OM er bett) of tim booka btv? been adopted
by many of tbe bett Western sod Southera
Wee* 8aw>el?> and by tb? Peelk Schools of
Mississippi, Marv!?pd and Louisville, Ky.
Onraeeipt of il we will ?Mil e copy er beth
For SALK ST AU. Boesaetiasa.
WM, 0. CULANY A CO.. PabUsbers,
Neatly executed at this Office.
I. W.ua*. f?TTi?lT- *. H. Mc iv??.Lt. * r. . l*-^.
Un. Arnu, 8M FrMti.ro, C?l.. M 'V,,,^,, ?r~C\f
MILLIONS Bear Teatimoar U U?i,
. Wonderful Catmtive Effect?,
.fbeyare not arlie Pa ?cr Driak, li*?,<?t
Wimm, Wkioker, Proof Spdrita a*d JV,M
Llevo'a doctored, spiced and sweetened to tfesaaj
taste, catted M T?nica,'' "Ap?etixars," MKa?cna,'u
that load the tippler ea to drank naners tad rda,ie??
aine Medicine, rc ?de from the Satire Brou eas rho,
ot California, free front ell Alcoholic Stittf
lacata. They are tho GREAT BLOOD titi.
PIER and A LIFE GITIXG PBUCtwt.
?perfect Beaorator and Irryrorator of the ena?,
ct rrjxr. g off ail poison ons matter and restar?as, tiit*^
to a healthy condition. Ko pcrton can tata tho* s,
tera according to directions and remain kee. natal
provided their bones are not destroyed ey nj**
pt ison or other mesas, and the vital orgsaiaanl
beyond the point ot repair.
They are a Gentle Pnrt a ti ve at well ut
Tealct possessing, also, tho peculiar merit et ag*,
at a powerful ?trent in Tellering Cunjresrjo* or h?mt.
atatioo ot the Liver, and all the Visceral Ornea
FOR FEM ALE COMPLAINTS, ta roar,,
.IL married or atng-le, at th? dawn of womanhood wa
ttl e torn of life, these Tonic Bitters have ae eejsl
Fer Ialaamatery and Chromic Rhee**,
tl asa and Goat. Dre*? pola #r ladtteake,
Billen, Remittent aad Iaterailtteat Fa,
wera, Dlaeaeee af the Bleed? Liver, KuV
aeya aad Bladder, theee Bitter* h?r? ben ant
eacceetfoL. Seek DleeaeeearoeaaeedbrYlrkest
Bleed, which iscenerally produced by ilaraajaai
at the Dlceetlve Orwana.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, Se*
ache. Pals ia the Shoulden, Coachs, Tlfbtaeaeftk
Chest. Dteincsa, Sour JZruetatioas of the toona,
Bed Taste ia the Mouth. Bilious Attacks, FaJwistt* *
the Heart. Infleaaaattee of tbs Lune*, Pain ia a*a>
rions of the BJdnera. aad a budia* other sanas! ***
toms, ate the oaajtJaa* of Dyspepsia.
They invieorate the Stomach and stimulate th?tarai
Liver and Bowels, which renter them of asssaaal
tSstacy ia cleansing the blood af all impurities.salb>
aarttag aew life and viror to the whole trana.
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Bruntons. Tetter.Ut
Besam, Blotches, Spots. Mata* Pustules, B9fls.Ce>
bandes. Ri nf-Wonne Scald Head. Sore Cres, br?m.
le*. Itch.Scarfe, Discolorations of the Skin, rimacisat
Diseases of Ute ?kin. tf whatever name or satan, ut
literally dor a* and canted out et the erstem is s eswt
time hr the ne? ot thee? Bitters. One bottle ia Nek
esses will convince th? moat lnersdalooi of thtir ie?
Cleanse tba Vitiated Blood whenever you fad nj ia
parities hurstinc through the ?km in Pimple*, lip
tiona or Borea; desase it when rsa find it ohrtrsrtsl
andtlacrish is the \ *n? ; cleanse it when lt a M.
and roar fee linn will tell voe^rfcen. Eeep tbs Med
pare, sad the health of the settees will lotte*.
Fla, Tag?, aad ?har #?**** tentes ?a ea
erstem of so rasar tbooasade, are eatwteaBp lataaal
tad removed. Bars a diafjagatkhed porituleist,
there is scarcely aa tedfvMttel ?von the kee oft*
earth whose hedy ia exempt treen the prestas el
worms. It is not upon the healthy element! of ?hi
hour that tomi exist, bat apo* the <* lie lui, hts?
and Slimy deposits that hreetf thee? lirin? raocstwi*
Sense. Bo System of MeoteSfo?o ventifteet, m
aatbetmlnUcs will free OM system- from weras ?ft?
J. WALKES, Proprietor. RBU SfeDOXALD * COU
Draceists sad etea. Agents. Sab Praneisco. Csllfards,
ead m and M Cemmsres Street. New Teck.
?ATBOLD B7 ALL DJUWeHaTB' ABS PCAUtt
R* R* R?
Eadway's ???dy Belie
CUBES THE WORST PAINS
Ia from ote to Twenty ?.trate*.
NOT 0*K HOL R
arter reading (his advertisement ticed an/ eat
SUFFER WITH PAIN.
IAD WAT'S HEADY RELIEF Is A CURE FOK
It was the Gut arni i*
TUE OS LY PALS REMEDY
hat instantly ?tops tee mott esrraeisiiag paias,
illayt Itiflamationt, and cures Congest sar,
vhetber of the Langs. Stomach. Bowel*, or otter
rlands or ?rgaas. by ?r e application.
INF OM ON K TO TWENTY MINUTES,
s*> BMi<rr h?w violent or excruciating the psis
the RHEUMATIC. Red ri.iden, infirm. Crippled.
Sarvaas, Nearaigir, vt prostrated with disease
The spplieatron of the READT BELIEF ts
[be part or parts where tba paia or difficult?
izists will afford ease and comfort.
Twenty dr?ps in haifa tumbler of wster will
?a a few a?.ar?ats edee CRAMPS, SPASMS.
SOUR STOMACH. HEARTBURN. SICK
HEADACHE, DIARRHEA. DYSENTERY,
COLIC, WIND IN TUE BOWELS, and all IN?
Travelers should always carry a bettie sf
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF with them. A
Tew drops in wster wilt prevent sickness or psiai
iron change uf water. It is better than french
Brandy or bitters as a stimulant.
FETER AND AGUE.
PETER AND. AGUE cared for ffey reen.
There it not a remedial agent ia this world tatt
will eure Fever aad Ague, and all other M ?lui?
sas, Billion.?, Scarlet, Typhoid. Yellow, aad other
Fevers faided by RADWAY'S PILLS) so quick
at RA DWAT'S READY RELIEF. Fifty eeati
HEALTH! BEAUTY ! !
Strong aad Pare Rich Blood-Increase of Fen
and waight-Clear skia aad beautiful Com?
pter ion seeared to all.
Has reade tba mott astonishing curr. ; ?a qoiek
so Rapid are the Changes the Body Undergoes,
nadar 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 tba SARSAPARILLIAN RE?
SOLVENT communicate* through tbe Brood,
Sweat; Urine, ead othvr fluids aad juices of the
ty stem tba .vigor or life, for it repairs tbe wastes
tf the hedy with aew end tocad material.
Scrofula, Syphilis, Consumption, Glsedelar
ditease, Uleera in tbe throat. Mooth, Turnen,
Nodes ie tbe Oleada and other perts of the sys?
tem, Sere Eyes, Stramorous discharges from tb*
Bars, and the worst forms of Skin diseases.
Eruption*. Fever Sores, Scald Bead. Ring Werta
Salt liben?, Erysipelas, Acne, Black Spot*.
Worms in tba Flesh, Temora. Caneen in tb*
Womb, and all weakening ?nd painful dischtrgss.
Night Sweats, Loss of Sperm and all waste* of
tb? Iii? principle, ere within tbe curative nnge
af this wonder of Modera Chemistry, aad a iee
aaya ase will prov? to any person asing it fer
?Uber ef these toms of disease its potent power
to cure them.
Not only does the 84M41uaitLiA* Resoi
TBBT egoel ?Il known remedial agents ia tb?
Bare of Chronic, Scrofulous. Constitational, and
Skin diseases ; bat it ls tb* emly positive can
Kidney df Bladder Coan plat a ts
Uriaary, ead Womb dison?os. Orares. Diabetes.
Dropsy; Stoppag* of Water, Incontinence of
Urin?, Bright's Disease, Albataiaaria. and in all
eases where there are brtek bast deposits, or tbs
water is thick cloudy, mixed with suhstaent
like the white of aa egg, or ?breads tike wbfcs
silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilioas appear?
ance, and ?bite booc-datt deposite, and wheo
lhere isa priekiag, barning sensation whee
passing water, and pain ia the small of tbe Raek
and along the Loins.
TWW ef ll Year** Grsgh Cw red ky
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS
parfeetly testetest, elegant fy coated with sweet
gua, parfe. reg?late, petrify, deans* aad
strengthen. Radway's Pill?, ur the can of al!
disorders o* th? 8loajaeb, Lim. Bowels, Kidney's
Bladder, Nervous Diseases, Headac e. Consti?
pation, Cost? venen, In dig*?: inn. Dysptp?,,?'
Bilton ?ness, Bilioas Fever, latamatioe of <ht
Bowels, PUae, aad all Derangements of the I?
teraal Viscera. Warranted to efeet a p-*i:ire
.are. Purely Vegetable, containing ao teereary,
mle?rate, or deteterions drats.
Afewdoeeeot RADWAY'S PILLS will free
tie ly ?tess from ai! Ike ?bore named disorder?.
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