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Sooner mr ?rnter.
Sooner or later the storjns shall boat
Over my slumbers from head to feet;
Sooner or later the winds shall rave
In the long grass above my grave.
I shall not heed them where I lie,
Nothing their sounds shall signify;
Nothing their heud-stone's fret of ruin,
Nothing to me the dark day's pain.
Sooner or later the sun shall shine
With tender warmth on that mound of mine;
Sooner or later, in summer air,
Clover and violet blossom there.
I shall not feel, in that deep-laid rest,
The sheeted light fall over my breast,
Nor ever note in those hidden hours
The wind-blown breath of tossing Howers.
Sooner or later the stainless snows
Shall add their hush to my mute repose;
Sooner or later shall slant and shift,
And heap my bed with dazzling drift.
Chill through that frozen pall shall seem,
Its tonch no colder can make the dream
That reeks not the sweet and sacred dread
Shrouding the city of tho dead.
Sooner or later the bee shall come
And fill the noon with its golden hum;
Sooner or later, on half-poised wing,
Tho blue-bird's warble about me ring
Bing and chirrup, and whistle with glee;
Nothing his music shall seem to me;
None of these beantiful things shall know
How soundly their lover sleeps below.
Sooner or later, far out in the night,
The stars above me shall wing thoir flight;
Sooner or later, by darkling dews,
Catch the white spark in the silver ooze.
Never a ray shall part the gloom
That wraps me round in the kindly tomb;
Peace shall be perfect for lip and brow,
Sooner or later-O! why not now?
THE DROVER'S STORY.
My name is Anthony Hunt. I am a
drover; I live miles and miles away, upon
tho "Western prairie. There wasn't a homo
within sight when we moved there, my wife
and I, and now we haven't many neighbors,
though those we have are good ones.
One doy, about ten years ago, I went away
from home to sell some fifty head of cattle
fine creatures as ever I saw. I was to buy
some groceries and dry goods before I came
back; and, above all, a doll for our young?
est Dolly. Sho had never had a storo doll
of her own-only the rag babies her mother
had made her. Dolly could talk of uothing
else, and went down to the very gate to call
after me to "buy a big ono." Nobody but
a parent can understand how full my mind
was of that toy, and how, when the cattle
were sold, the first thing, I hurried off to
buy Dolly's doll. I found a large ono, with
eyes that would open and shut when you
polled n wire, and had it wrapped up iu pa?
per, and tucked it under my arm, while I
had the parcels of calico and delaine, and
tea and sugar put up. Then, late as it was,
I started for home. It might have been
moro prudent to stay until morning, but I
felt anxious to get back, and eager to hear
Dolly's prattle about her toy.
I was mounted on a stcady-goiug old
horse of mino, and pretty well loaded.
Night set in before I was a mile from town,
and settled down dark as pitch while I was
in the middle of the wildest bit of road I
know of. I could have felt my way, though,
I remembered it so well; and it was almost
that, when the storm that had boen browing
broke, and pelted tho rain in torrents, five
. miles, or, may-be, six, from home yet, too.
I rode on as fast as I could, but all of a
sadden I heard a little cry like a child's
voice. I stopped short and listened-I
heard it again. I called, and it answered
me. I couldn't see a thing; all was dark as
pitch. I got down and felt about in tho
grass-called again, and again was an?
swered. Then I began to wonder. I'm not
timid, but I was known to be a drover, and
to have money about me. It might bo n
trap to catch me unawares and rob and
I am not superstitious-not very, but how
could a real child bo out on the prairie iu
such a night, at such an hour. It might be
more than human.
Tho bit of a coward that hides itself iu
most men showed itself to me then, aud I
was half inclined to run away, but once
more I heard that cry, and said I:
"If any man's child is hereabouts, An?
thony Hunt is not the man to let it die."
I searched again. At last I bethought mo
of a hollow under the hill, and groping that
way, suro enough 1 found a little dripping
thing, that moaned and sobbed as I took it
in my arms. I called my horse, and tho
beast came to me, and I mounted, and
tucked tho lit! o soaked thing nuder my
coat as well as I could, promising to take it
home to mammy. It seemed tired to death,
and pretty goon cried itself to sleep against
It had slept there over an hour, when I
saw my own windows. There were lights iu
them, and I supposed my wife had lit them
for my sake; but when I got into the door?
yard I saw something was tho matter, and
stood Btil1, with a dead fear of heart, live
minutes before I could lift tho latch. At
last I did it. and saw the room full of neigh?
bors, and my wife amidst them woepiug.
When BIIO saw me, sho hid her face. "Oh,
don't tell him," she said, "It will kill him."
"What is it, neighbors?" I cried.
And ono said: "Nothing now; I hope
what's that in your arms?"
"A poor, lost child," said I. "I found it
on tho road. Tako it. will you, I'vo turned
faint," and I lifted the sleeping thing and
saw the face of my own child, my little
It was aariing, and none other, that I
had pirLed up upon the drenched road.
My little child had wandered ont to meet
"daddy" and the doll, while her motlier was
at work, and whom they were lamenting os
one dead. I thanked Heaven on my knees
before them nil. It is not much of a story,
neighbors? bnt j fiink of il often in the
nights, and wonder how I could bear to
live now if I had not stopped when I heard
tho cry for help npon the road, the little
baby cry, hardly louder than a squirrel's
That's Dolly yonder with her mother in
the meadow, a girl worth saving-I think
(but, then, I'm her father, and partial, may
be,) the prettiest and sweetest thing this
side of the Mississippi.
A MAN IMPALED TOOK THE TINES OF AHAY
FORE.-On Monday last a terrible and most
nu usual accident happened in West Ste?
phenton, N. Y., to Dauiel D. Tift, a farmer
of that place. He was driving a loud of hay
over a badly drifted road, when tho sleigh
upset, the hay fork V/HS lodged in the drill
standing upright, and Mr. Tift was thrown
upon it, tho tines entering his body and
holding him in that position. A Mr.
Wheeler, who Avas fortunately with him,
made an ineffectual effort to lift him from
tho tines, and was only able to relieve him
from bis perilous situation by raising him
with the fork nnd laying him upon the
snow, and then drawing tho tines from his
body. Had no one been near, he must have
died in a very little time, ns ho was really
sitting upon the fork, unable to help him?
self, with tho tines imbedded in his body.
An old lady latoly applied for a pension
iu 1 minina, as tho widow of a soldier of
1812, stating that her husband was lost on
the Ohio River in 1847. Tho Department
replied that the soldier was still living and
receiving a pension in Tennessee. The old
lady is now after the truant of twenty-two
Men-Women-and Children !
Men-Women-and Children !
"Cooling to Scalds und Burns,"
"Soothing to all painful wounds, Ac.
"Healing to all Sores, Ulcers, Ac."
ls tho most extraordinary S A/. VE ever known. Ita
power of Soothing and Healing for all Cuts, Burns,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, (.'happed Hands and Skin,
for Soro Nipples, for Tiles, Ac, Ac-is without a
?tr All Druggists in COLUMBIA sell it.
" COSTAR'S " Standard Preparations
Bitter-Sweet and Orange Blossoms
Ono Bottle, $1.00. Three for $2.00.
"Costar**" lint, Kout li, ?S.e., Exterminators.
??Costar'a" Bcd-Iitig Exterminators.
''Costar'?" (only pare) Insti t Powder.
"All Druggists in COLUMBIA soil thom."
OraddrcHH "COSTAR," No. 10 Crosby st., N. Y.
Sold in COLUMBIA by E. E. JACKSON.
Feb 25 " [ilec 22] ly
New Books for Sale at Bryan & McCarter's.
THE CHAPLET OF PEARLS, by au) hor of Heir
Cast Up by the Sea, by Sir Samuel Baker-75c.
How a Bride waa Won. Illustrated.
Above Rubios, by Miss Brightwel'-il.50.
Jesus of Nazareth, His Lifo Ac, with descrip?
tion of tho Palestine. Illustrated, bj Abbott.
Dilke'a English Speaking Countries-$1.00.
Tales of Heroes, from Engliah History-$1.50.
8omo New Novela, London Juvenile.
Books Cheap and beautiful, Ac.
New styloa of Silver and Gold Pens. Feb 20
Pure "Dickson's Improved" Cotton Seed,
FOR SALE, at $2.00 per bushel for any amount
of 5 bue'iuls or under. Over 5 bushels, at
$1.50 per bushel.
Sood grown from sood bought by mo of Mr.
David Dickson, of Oxford, Ga., (tho great seeds?
man,) in 1807, at $1.00 por bushel.
Tho DICKSON yields more than any other Seed
in tho country. Warranted puro.
Hon. David Houser, State Senator from Orange
burg, writes as follows concerning tho "Dickson
Improved Cotton Seed:"
ST. MATTHEW'S, S. C., February 15,18C0.
A. T. AM A KKK, ESQ.: Tho "DicksonlmproYed,"
obtained of you last spring, turned out more cot?
ton per acre than any other I havo ever planted,
except tho same variety of seed planted by mo
before tho war, which were lost by Sherman's in?
cendiaries. DAVID HOUSER.
A. P. AMAKER, St. Matthew's, 8. C.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
HAVING ESTABLISHED myaolf a few
doors below the Phoenix Office, in Bawls'
LMnsic Store, I will kcej)constantly on hand
a good stoek of WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELRY
ANO SPECTACLES, and respectfully solicit a
?bare of publie patronage. REPAIRING, of all
kinds, done reasonably and at abort notice.
March 1? Imo GEO. BRUNS.
The Pollock House.
THIS first class RESTAURANT is
located on Main street, a few doors.
_ ^from Washington. Ia furnished'
with tho best of WINES. LIQUORS, LAGER, _
otc. OYSTERS and GAME, in season. Comfort?
able rooms attached for private Dinner und Sup?
per parties. A handsomely titted
up BILLIARD ROOM in tho se?
cond s tory ?with Sharpe's improved"
Jan 14 T. M. POLLOCK, I'roprietor.
Main street near Lady, Oolumbia,S. C.
THIS FI II ST CLASS ,
RESTAURANT is sup- ."-'. "
SSSEdgLplied with the very best of WINES,
LIQUORS, SEO ARS and TOBACCO DINNERS
and SUPPERS furnished st nbort notice. The
cooking is unsurpassed 0\ S i ERS, GAME, Etc..
in season. J- B- LANIER, Proprietor.
R. HAMILTON, Superintendent. Dec 10
Hams-Fresh to Hand.
TIERCES "Orango" Brand nAMS, incompara?
bly tho finest in Amorioa,
Tiorces "Davis Jr." Diamond Hame, highly re?
commended. For sale low by
March 3 GEORGE SYMMERS.
THE Comnilseionorof Agrioulturo, in hi? report
for the year 1865. ape*** M follows :
"Thara can bo no doubt of the general adulte?
ration of all malt liquors. Ta England and other
count rico, Whero heavy penalties are imposed, and
an increasing vigilance practiced to detect and
punish such frauds, by a system pf inspection of
ali malt liquors manufactured before exposed to
! sale, the practice is very common. How mnch
I more in this country, where there aro no laws on
the subject, and no oflicer to carefully analyze the
products of the brewery? Hume yearB ago, Fro
fossor Mapes, of New York, analyzed tho beer
from a dozen different breweries, and all woro
found adulterated with noxious substances. It is
said that tho salo of drugs to brewers, is a profit?
able part of tho trado. This is perfectly infamous.
Cocculus indicus, (flsh-borry,) nux v?mica, (dog
button, from which strychnine ia obtained, j are
some of ttie delectable substances found in beer!
These aro potent poisons, and tho brewer found
using them should bo drowned at once in one of
bia owu vats. Tho British Parliament passed a
law to prevent this nefarious business. Tho fol?
lowing is an extract : *No druggist, vendor of or
dealer in drugs, or chemist, or any other person,
shall soil or deliver to any licensed brewer, dealer
in or retailer of boor, knowing thom to bo such,
or shall acll or deliver to any person on account
I of, or in trust for, any such brewer, dealor, or re?
tailor, any liquor called by tho name of or sold for
coloring, from whatovcr inatorial tho samo may
bo made; or any material or preparation other
than unground brown malt, for tho darkening tho
color of worts or boor, or any molasses, vitriol,
honey, quassia, cocculus indicus, grains of para?
dise, "Guinea popper, or opium, or any oxtract or
preparation of molasses, or any articlo or prepa?
ration to bo used in worts or beer for or as a sub?
stitute for malt or hops; and if any druggist shall
offend in any of thoso particulars, such prepara?
tion, Ac, shall bo forfeited, and may bo seized by
any oflicer of excise, and tho person so offending
?hall forfeit five hundred pounds.1
"Under thia law, vcrymany druggists andbrew
ere were brought to grief, and yet tho practico
continues. Unloas tho American public aro ready
to admit tho immaculate parity and innocence of
American hrewors, thoy must be content, while
drinking their boer, to cherish thobolief that thoy
aro at tho samo timo guzzling somo narcotic poi?
son or damaging medicine. In viow of tho unpre?
cedented growth of tho harley crop; of the great
increase of tho number of maltsters and brewers;
of the vaBt unknown quantities of boor that aro
drunk in every city and almost every town on tho
continent ; it 18 tho dictate of sound wisdom, that
tho attention of logislators should bo called to
thc subject of tho adulteration of our malt liquors,
and severo penalties should bo inflicted as a pre?
P. S. - Judge for yourself ! Mv Boor is pure.
March 18 JOHN C. SEEGERS.
CITY CI.EUK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, March 17. lsf,;).
THE Ordinanco concerning tho removal ot Cross
Signs and Wooden Awnings on tho streets ol
Columbia will bc strictly enforced on and aftet
1st of April next. By order of Citv Council.
March IS 12 J. 8. MoMAHON, City Clerk.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, Man li 20, l^G'J.
m H IS OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED, for tin
I transaction of business, until tho 1st o:
APRIL next, in order that thc Clerk may com?
plete his annual reports.
March 21 lu_J. S^McMAHON, City Clerk.
DU. AV. H. Tl'TT'S
SARSAPARILLA A.NU QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
Vegetable Liver Tills,
Improved Hair Dye, For sale bv
Feb J7|ly E. E. JACKSON.
IN EQUITY. .
Wm. M. Beckham, Administrator, rum testament,
annexa, vs. James Williams, Andrew Patterson
PURSUANT to tho order of tho Court, the ere
ditors of JAMES C. BATES, deceased, ar
required to present and prove their demand
against tho said estate, before me, on or hefor
tho 1st day of JUNE noxt. D. B. MILLER,
March7ml2 C. C. P. and Referee.
Edward and Henry O. Kinsler, Executors, VJ
Amelia B. Kinsler et al.
PURSUANT to tho order of tho Court, thc crt
ditors of JOHN J. KINSLER, deceased, wh
have not heretofore proved their demands, ar
required to present and establish tho same, ht
foro me, on or beforo the let day of MAY next.
D. B. MILLER. C. C. P.
Clerk's Office, Richland, March 25, 18G1).
ALL porsons having claims against tho est?t
of ROBERT BRADDY, decoafiod, will proser,
their claims, proporly attested; and all persons ii
debted to said estato will make pavmont to
Jan 10 ml3 JACOB H. WELLS. Adm'r.
SWEDES IRON, l|, IL 2, 2A, 3, 3J, 5, G, 7, 10 it
Band Iron, English iron, Hoop Iron,
2,ooo Hoes, of all kinda,
200 Pairs Trace Chains.
JIarch G FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER,.
pr /TVA BUSHELS Sound COW PEAS, for sa
OUI' by E. AG. P. HOPE.
Golden Seed Rice.
pr A BUSHELS Prime Upland SEED RICE, f<
Ol J salo by _ELA CL D. HOPE.
OA GROSS Wine Bottles, for salo bv
?V) Feb 14 E. tc G. li. HOPE.
Spring Seed Oats.
('I\(\ BUSHELS Prime North Carolina ai
OUI f Maryland SEED OATS, for sale by
Feb l'J E. A G. D. HOPE.
PC Ari BUSHELS FINDERS or PEANUTS, fi
fj\ f \ ) sale by E. A G. I). HOPE.
pf/\ BBL8. PINK-EYE PLANTING POTATE
*J\/ just received and for salo bv
Jan 14 J. A-T. It. AGNEW.
Billiard Tables for Sale.
, - ? TWO tino BILLIARD TABLE
.-rftf'" complete order, Marble ai
\B0SSBgF^y.!.i:o. Bedding, with Balls, Cu
X^mALmtm-t^r and Counters included. Sharp
Griffith's mako. Will be sold low. Call nt
Doc 13 G. PIERCE'S,
Lager Bier, &c.
PTA OOZ. BREMEN LAGER BIER-direct il
50 Doz. London Porter,
50 Doz. Seotch Alo.
I Bbl. "WHEAT" WHISKEY--very fine-f
salo '..-. GEO. BYMMBRB.
7pr KITS No. 1 Bav and Shoal MACKEREL.
.J GOBbls., Halves and Quartors, Nos. 1, 2 ai
3, for sale by_ _E. A G. D. HOPE.
5BBLS. NORTH CAROLINA CORN WHISKE
of superior quality, on consignment and f
salo low, by tho barrel. ?".. A G. D. HOPE.
NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPA- I
IY will insure ?1,000, at the following rates ;
" 80- 16.56.
" 35- 19.40.
" 40- 23.80.
.? 45- 28.85.
. " 50- 36.G5.
All other oajpnpanios charge 40 to 50 per cent,
moro. Boforo vou insure, examine for yourselves.
E. II. IIEINITSH,
Feb 27 Agent for South Carolin a._
Globe Mutual Lifo Insurance Co., of N. Y.
CASH ASSETS JANUARY 1, 18G!), $. 171,000.
Has been in operation but four years, during
which time it h?? assured a larger amount than
any Company ia tho United States, during a cor?
responding period of existence. Ono of tho chief
causes of its organization, was thc forfeiture by
several Northern Companies of tho policies of
Southerners, during the war. The leading officers
of this Company protested against this injustice,
and on its consummation, withdrew and orga?
nized tho "GLOBE MUTUAL," on principles more
liberal and just than those yet adopted by any
other Insurance Company. In tho event of death
in battle or in a duel, tho equitable value of tho
policy will bo returned to tho heirs. ALL othor
Companies forfeit it. In caso of suicido, the
FULL Folicy is paid. No restriction on travel.
Thia Company has, in its guarantee fund of
$500,000, an element of strength possessed by no
other Company. It offers tho entirely now featuro
of Probability Endowment, which gives tbc
largest possible sum for tho premium paid. No
other Company possosses this feature. Insures
childron of any ago. In tho moderation of its
premium rates, in tho variety of its tables, in its
dividends and in tho security offered insurers, it
invites comparison with any other Company.
JOHN C. HASKELL, Stato Ag't, Columbia, S. C.
Prof. JOHN T. DAUBY, Medical Examiner.
Gen. S. B. BUCKNER, Southern Manager.
Agents wanted throughout tho State.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
Deposit* of 91 and Upwards Received.
MECHANICS, Laborore, Clerks, Planters, Pro?
fessional Mon and Trustees can deposit their
Funds and receive interest compounded every six
. Gmt. WADE HAMPTON, President.
Coi.. J. B. PALMER, Vice-president.
THOMAS E. GREGG, Cashier.
J. C. B. SMITH, Assistant Cashier.
Persons at a distance may send money by
iETNA FIRE INSURANCE
ll A R TF ORD, C O X X.
Incorporated ism. - - - Charter Perpetual
Cash Assets. 5,000,000
Tho STRONGEST Fire Insurance Company in
the United .states.
North American Insurance Company,
Capital and Assets.$500,000.
GEORGE HUGGINS, Agent.
Office in rear of Messrs. Duftio <fc Chapman's
Book store, Davis' new building, Main street, Co?
lumbia, S. C. Jan 3 3mo
35 .2 "3
Fresh Garden Seeds.
ALARGE supply of Thorburns GARDEN
SEEDS, which have given universal satisfac?
tion for tho past throe yoara. For sale by
Jan 3 E. & G. D. I?OPE.
Purifies the Blood.
Fer f?ale by DmggiNt* Every UV Iiere?
PURE Extract of CALVES FEET, for making a
nutritious jelly, and for improving Soaps and
Pure Extrac t of Vanilla, Lemon and Pine Apple,
Pearl Barley, Tapioca, Sago, Arrow-root,Choco?
late, Broma, Cocoa.
Coxe'a Sparkling Gelatine; for making Jelly,
Blanc Mango, Creams. For *alo bv
Jan 10 t FISHER A H EIN ITS ll. Druggists.
BOXES GOSHEN CHEESE, for sale bv
Feb l l E. & G I>. HOPE
SMOKED and Pickled SALMON,
Smoked Hallibut, White Fish, Cod
and Blue Fish,
Dutch Herrings, Pickled Sardines,
Swiss, English Dairy, Goshen Cheese
Fisks' Hams, Breakfast Strips/Mackerel,
Self-Raising Flour, Pecan Nuts, Almonds,
Raisins, Preserves, Currants, Prunes, Ac,
Holland Gin, French Brandy, Madeira Wine,
Sherry Wino, Rhine Wino, Candies, assor'cd,
Fancy Soana Crackers, assorted, Pipes, Segara,
Tobacco, Walking Canes, .Vc.
Low for cash, at G. DIEROKS.
6BALES Superior COTTON BAGGING.
50 coils Greenleaf and Manilla Rope.
For salo low by E. A G D. HOPE.
pf f \ BARRELS Hooker's SelMtaiBing FLOUR,
tJv/ just rc.ived and for salo low, bv tho bar?
rel and at retail, by J. A- T. It. AO NEW.
?WONT JHKi XW-?>^JV> ?>'
Land and City Property for Sale.
14 PIBST CLASS CITY RESIDENCES, 8 to 12
2. 7 .Second Class Citv Residences, 0 to 10 Rooms,
3. 5 Third Class " .? 8 to G "
4. 8 Valuable Building Lots, on Main street,
8. 10 " Lots, in other parts of the city,
G. 3 Largo Lots in Waverley,
7. 14 TractB of Land, within 3 miles of Columbia,
from ten acres to 1,000,
8. Tho Hopkins T. O. Plantation, 1,480 acres,
9. 2,422 acres, near Kingsville, one of the beal
cotton and stock plantations in tho country,
10. 9 Other Plantations in Eichland-somo of
them very desirable.
11. 10;000 acresi in Edgofield-several tracts,
12. Mdl and Planting Property in Lexington,
13. 13,000 acrcB in Charleston-phosphate and
ot bor Lunds,
14. 2,500 acres Farming Lands in Fairfield,
15. 1,700 acres near Green viii Court House,
18. 0,000 " in Laurens-several tracts,
17. 2,000 " in Kershaw,
18. 1,900 " in Marlboro-a No. 1 place,
19. 210 " in York-rich in gold,
20. 7 Fine Plantations in Abbeville.
21. 85,000 acres of Land in Florida.
Parties desiring to purchase, or sell proporty,
will find it to their interest to consult with ua. Wo
have correspondents in New York, Philadelphia
and Baltimore, to which points wc aro constantly
sending descriptive lists of property for salo.
Mareil 0 GIBBES &. THOMAS.
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL.
For Disease* of the Tfiroat and Lungs, such as
Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Bron?
chitis, Asthma and Consumption.
IPROBABLY never before in tho wholo history of
. medicino, has anything won so widely and so
deeply upon tho confidence of mankind, as this
excellent remedy for pulmonary complaints.
Through a long series of years, and among most
of tho races of mon, it has risen higher and higher
in thoir estimation, as it has become bolter known.
Its uniform character and power to caro tho vari?
ous affections of the lnngs and throat, have made
it known as a reliable protector against them.
While adapted to milder forms of disease and to
young children, it ia at the uamo timo the most
eflcctual remedy that can bo given for incipient
consumption, and tho dangerous affections of tho
throat and lungs. As a provision against sudden
attacks of CROUP, it should be kopt on hand in
every family; and, indeed, as all aro sometimes
Bubjectto colds and coughs, all should bo provided
with this antidoto for them.
Although settled CONSUMPTION is thought
iucurablc, still groat numbers of casca where tho
disoaso seemed settled have been completely
cured, and tho patient restored to sound health by
tho CHERRY PECTORAL. So complete ?B its
mastery over tho disordera of tho lungs and
throat, that the most obstinate of them yield to it.
When nothing elso could reach them, under tho
CHERRY PECTORAL they subside and disappear.
SINGERS and PUBLIC SPEAKERS find groat
protection from it.
ASTHMA ia always relieved and often wholly
cured by it.
BRONCHITIS is generallv cured by taking ?he
CHERRY PECTORAL in small and frequent doses.
So generaUy aro its virtues known that wo need
not publish tho certificates of them here, or do
moro than assure tho public that its qualities are
AYER'S AGUE CURE,
For* Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fever, Chili
Fever. Remittent Feter, thanh Ague, Periodical
or Bilious Fever, <tc, and indeed rill the affections
tnhich arise from malarious, marsh, or viiasma
I tic poisons.
As its name implies, it docs Cure, and docs not
fail. Containing neither Arsenic, Quinine, Bis?
muth, /inc, nor any other mineral or poisenous
substance whatever, it in nowise injures anypa
ticut. '1 be number and importance ot its cures in
the ague di-tricts. aro literally beyond account,
and we believe without a parallel in the history of
Ague medicine. Our pride is gratified by "tho
acknowledgments we receive of tho radical cures
effected in obstinate cases, und where other reme?
dies had whollv failed.
Unacclimateu persons, either resident in, or
(raveling through miasmatic localitios, will bc
piotectcd by taking tho AGUE CURE daily.
For LIVER COMPLAINTS, arising from tor?
pidity of tho Liver, it is an excellent remedy,
stimulating the Liver into healthy activity.
For Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaints, it
is an excellent reineky, producing many truiy re?
markable cures where other medicines had failed.
Prepared by Du. J. C. AYER A CO., Practical
und Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Massachusetts,
ind sold all round the world.
PRICE Sl.UO PER BOTTLE.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in Medicines
everywhere. Jan 1 tSnio
THE ONLY TRUE
German Horse Powder,
jDeutscb.es Pferde Pulver.
tended for diseases to which the Horse is
Thc extraordinary virtues of this Horse
Powder are attested to by thousands, and for
lifty years has stood and still stands first in
thc estimation of all experienced Farmers,
Agriculturists and Farriers, as the best medi?
cine for the Horse. It is composed of roots
and herbs carefully combined with tonics, and
may be ^iven in all cases where disease exists.
For INDIGESTION, DISTEMPER, Hide
bound, Drowsiness, Loss of Appetite, Inward
Sprains, Debility, Wasting of Flesh, Sore
Eyes, Swelled Legs. Crease. Mange, Surfeit,
old Coughs, Exhaustion from Work. Ttcarries
olf all foul humors, purdies and cools the blood,
and prevents horses becoming Rt i IT and fruin,
tiered, lt isa stimulus for weak stomachs (
and renders the limbs and skin soft and fine
giving a smooth coat to the hair, anti trans,
forms thc ,ijlA?,
ill contii- t^?ftBrn^
sick to fl IS Ha
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Feb 19 t
Ale and Porter.
pr f\ DOZ. Muir A Son's Edinburg ALE, 50 Doz.
tj\J Guinness .V Son's Dublin Porter, received
and for sale low bv J. ti T. R. AGNEW.