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.KO&r&HM Givt'Tou liest?
Whatever yearning prayers we pray,
From h?ngry depths of souls opprosBed,
Thon answerest in Thy timo and way:
j Thoa givost rest!
Through myriad shapes oar wishes turn
To suppliant meekness at Thy breast;
When for our will Thine own wo learn,
.Thou giveBt rest!
"Not as tho world." Oh, deeper far
Than careless hours of pleasure gueesed,
Tho joys of tlioao who thirst, aud aro
In Thee at rest!
Love, vexed with troubled sweetness, craves
The presenoo of a oalmer guest,
Who from itself the spirit savea.
Giving Hie rest!
Choicest of gifts Thy children own,
And pledgo of that which scemoth best,
Even for tho souls before the throne,
Thy boundlosB rest!
Teach us to pray, whatevor change
May drive ns to that harbor bleut;
Forbid that we as aliens range,
And lose Thy rostl
Confessions of a. Patent Medicine Mun.
From Ralph Reeler's "Confessions of
a Patent Medicine Man," in tho Decem?
ber number of tho Atlantic Monthly, we
make this extraot:
My corn salve was made of potash and
gum arabic It would do its work in livo
minutes, but of course it made tho foot
outrageously sore afterward. This was
a matter of very little inconvenience to
mo, because my business required me to
be moving continually from place to
place. I always managed to get ont of
town on the flood tide of my repntation
as an effective chiropodist. It will be
easily believed that I did not acquire
my skill and self-reliance as an operator
all at once. My corn salvo grew in my
confidence from the feet it fed on. You
think that is a queer expression? You
cannot, then, be aware of the corrosive
nature of potash. Well, sir, experience
and special knowledge are everything in
ono's business. I will confess that I was
nervous before my first patient. The
salve had never boen tried, and a friend
told me I had better not try it. But my
subjeot was a good one, and rather an
anomaly, too, in life. I think you hard?
ly ever heard before of a poor shoe?
maker with corns. That describes my
first patient. I mustered up courage, at
last, and flourished an old razor at him
with quite a professional air for a youth
of sixteen. The job was not as neat a
one as I learned to do afterward, but still
it gave temporary satisfaction; and I
sold that shoemaker two boxes of the
And thus I went about over a wide ex?
tent of territory, leaving I know not
what number of sore feet behind me. I
have no better idea how much moro
pedal distress I might have worked on a
credulous community had it not been for
an acoident whioh, at the end of a couple
of years, overtook mo in my career. I
had left a great quantity of my salvo und
lozenges stowed away in a town which I
waB then making my headquarters.
They were carefully packed, I remember,
in neat paper boxes. On my return, af?
ter an unusually long trip, 1 found that
the infernal potash had eaten np the
paper boxes, and, making its devouring
way to my cough lozenges, had involved
my wholo stock in ono agglomerate mass
Out of my temporary despair, how?
ever, sprang a lucky inspiration*. You
have doubtlesp heard much of the happy
elasticity of youth. There is, I grant,
something available iu that, but I found
something a great deal better for my bu?
siness in tho rapid growth and physical
changes of that period of my life. The
faot is, I had grown and altered so iu ap?
pearance since I bad first started out
with my corn salve that at the time of
this appalling accident no ono of my
first patients would have recognized me
from a mere surgical acquaintance of two
years before. I may say here, in fact,
that those repeated ohanges in my physi?
cal appearance, aided by the cropping of
my hair, or the abandoning of it to ex?
cessive length, and at last by the coming
of my beard, were all through my early
experiences of untold advantages to me.
Thus, in the oourse of time, I became
personally acquainted with all tho people
who could be duped in a given region of
country, and with every new project or
nostrum I returned unrecognized to
them over and over again. Now, out of
the potashes of the agglomerato ruin ol
my entire stock in trade sprang, Pho
nix-like, n lucky inspiration, as I havo
before said, without tho prescut indiffer?
ent joke, which is altogether accidental.
While contemplating my irrevocable
IOSB, 1 conceived the idea of a patent
pain killer, which I would go about sell?
ing to euro tho sores left by my corn
As a general thing, money, or, I should
say, tho want of it, gets tho immortul
work out of first class brains. I read
thc substance of that remark in a news?
paper; or, was it a magazine? It doesn't
matter; I believe it, and I verified it in
the production of that pain killer; that's
enough. Well, sir, the project worked
to a charm. I commenced operations,
of course, in almost tho exact traces of
my former chiropodal exploits. It was
not long, therefore, till I came upon my
first patient, tho shoemaker. I began
cautiously to extol the stomachic virtues
of my medicine, and gradually led np to
its external application, It was good,
MQn Otp teetf? ffMUkmiatersspfcng
mein my oatulogao of' positive cures. ;
''Certainly; better for. tbo feet than
for anything oise."
"Well, I have sore feet, ?nd that's the
fact " ssid the ?hoemeker. "Yon see
there was a rogue of a fellow around
here a couple of years ago, curing corns,
and he made my feet so-if I ever catch
the villain I'll uso a strap on him; that's
what ru aol"
I now felt sure, I need scarcely add,
that my former patient did not recognize
me, and so I sold him two bottles of pain
killel' to caro tho sores I had made two
It was not, perhaps, a remarkable fact
that my pain killer went faster than my
paiu maker, tho corn suive. I did n
thriving business in this-so thriving,
indeed, that I gradually caught up, ns I
may say, with tho intervening timo bo
tween thc salo of tho latter and former
articles. That is, my earlier traces be?
came so recent that my disguise grew
perilous. But there wnB such a demand
for tho pain killer that I went on, not?
withstanding the danger. Ono day,
however, I encountered n Bturdy young
fellow, upon whoso feet I bsd operated
not very long before. In his eagerness
for relief, ho was in tho act of purchas?
ing it nt my hands, wheu suddenly re?
cognizing mc, he changed his mind, and
gave mo a sound thrashing instead.
That put an end to tho pain-killer bu?
siness. I returned considerably bruised
to my headquarters, aud set all my ener?
gies to work on the invention of some?
thing less perilous to others as well ns
myself. I may say hero that I always
kept tho littlo town which I havo culled
my headquarters open to mo as an asy?
lum, by leaving it aud its immediate
neighborhood freo from all my medical
and surgical experiments. Tho result of
my arduous creativo thought culminated
this timo in a paste to make old razor
strops new. It professed to do its reju?
venating work by a simplo application;
yet it did net sell very well. From tho
very nature of things, I did not have the
credulous woman-hulf of the world to
work upon; they bad little or no interest
in superannuated razor strops. It was
this consideration moro than any other,
I think, which inspired mo with the
brilliant after-thought o? chnuging the
namo of my pasto to that of a healing
salve. Thus tho same article became nt
onco eudowed with universal curative
virtues, and became also the professed
desideratum of all human nature. I sup?
pose it would uot bo modest in mc to say
that my salvo was too good for its ori?
ginal purpose. It is at least true, that if
it failed upon razor strops, it succeeded
admirably upon mankind. You will
hardly believe me when I tell yon, but
still it is also true, that by means of an
incipient beard and my hair grown long,
and of a broad-brimmed slouch hat as a
disguise, I sold a box of my celebrated
healing salve to that same innocent shoe?
maker who has already twice figured as
my customer. Owing to my pain-killer,
or the recuperative nature of his healthy
frame, his feet were about well; and I
am glad to add that there was nothing
in my healing salve that would material?
ly prevent his ultimate recovery.
"Woman is a delusion, madam!" ex?
claimed a crusty old bachelor to n witty
young lady. "And man is always hug?
ging some delusion or other," was tho
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Engineo and Saws sold at the maicera'
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CONSISTING in part of TI?B8,
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.Pole?, Bolts, Malleable Castings,
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Paris Exhibition 1867.
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strengthen the system,
eradicating the effect of
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M. JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor,
G4 & 60 Water Street, N. Y.
CLAC1US Sc WITTE. Charleston. General
Agents fur State South Carolina. Febl3?|Jly
The Pollock House
f \ HAS been overhauled Jft?^sr
^&>Y1 ?j# und lilted up for tlx- \vin-?J|JHHK
^SCJr ter s.-asou. 0 Y S T E B S, ^g*^
FISH and GAME servi d up in the usual stylo.
The Private LUNCH BOOM has been refit
i led, and gueais may expect proper attention.
Oct 12 T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
?\f\r\ DOZEN PRES1I EGGS, at 20 cents
?iVjVJ pur dozen. E. HOPE.
y, Ganiek and King William LAIE O Y KR?
B Drtee Ci ats, u\\ cf which ?ill Le sold atlow
to ero to Florida lu Wln?cr._1a&ving for
tho. toot thirty-flvo yeara devoted my whole
tim? and attention to the study of lung dis
oaooa and consumption. I feol that I under?
stand fully tho conree, tnaV onghtto be pttr
Qucd to rbatore a tolerably bad cace of diseased
langs to healthy soundness. Tbs first and
moot important step is for the patient to
avoid taking cold, and the beat of all places
on this continent for this purpose in winter,
is Florida, well down in tho Btatc, whore tho
temperature is regular und not nnhiact tn
snell variations as fn more Northern latitudes.
Palatka is a point I can recommend. A good
hotel is kept there by Peterman. Last win?
ter I saw several persons there whoso lungs
had been badly diseased, but who, under tho
healing iutlueuco of tho climate and my medi?
cines, wore getting well.
Ono hundred miles further down the river
is a point which I would prefer to Palatka, as
tho temperature is more even and tho air dry
and bracing. Mellon ville aud Enterprise arc
located there*. I should give a decided pre?
ference to Mellonvillo. lt is two milos from
river or lako, and it seems almost impossible
to take cold there. Tho tables in Florida
might bo better, and patients complain at
limes, but that is a good sign, as it indicates
.\ return of appetite, and when this is the cat o
they generally incroaBC in flesh, and then tho
lungs must heal.
Jacksonville, Hibernia, Green Cove, and
many other places in various parts of Florida,
can bo safely recommended to consumptives
in winter. My reasons for saying so are that
patients are less liable to take cold there than
whero there is a less even temperature, and it
is not necessary to say that whero a consump?
tive person exposes hinipclf to frequent colds,
he is certain to die shortly. Therefore, my
advice is, go well down into tho otate-, cut ol
tho reach of prevailing East winds and fogs.
Jacksonville, or almost any other of tho lo?
calities I have nani td, will benefit thoso who
aro troubled with a torpid liver, a disordered
Htomach, deranged bowels, soro throat ur
cough, but for those whose lunga nro diseased
a moro Southern poiut is earnestly reuom
For fifteen years prior to 18G0. I was profca
I eionally in New York, Boston, Baltimore and
I Philadelphia every week, where; 1 Baw and cx
I amincd on an average five hundred patients a
week. A practico BO extensive, embracing
j every possible phase of lung disease, has ena?
bled* nie to understand tho disease fully, and
heneo my caution in regard to taking cold. A.
person may (aka vast quantities of "Schcnck's
Pulmonle Syrup, Seaweed Tonic and Man?
drake Pills," and yet die if he does not avoid
In Florida, nearly everybody is using
Scbcuck's Mandrake Pills, lor tho climate is
more likely to produce bilious habits than
more Non hern latitudes. It is a well estab?
lished faet that natives of Florida rarely die
of consumption, especially thoso of tho South?
ern part. On the other hand, in New Eng?
land, one-third, at bast, of the population
dio of this terrible disease. In the Middle
States it does not prevail so largely, still
there ure many thousands of cases there.
What a vast per centago of life would bo saved
if consumptives were ns easily alarmed in re?
gard to taking fresh cold as they are about
scarlet fever, small-pox, Ac But they aro
not. They take what they term a little*cold,
which they aro credulous, enough to believe
will wear off in a few days. They pay no at?
tention to it, and hence it lays the foundation
for another and another still, until the lunge
aro diseased beyond all hope for cure.
My advice to person? whoso lungs are
I affected even slightly ?B, to lay in a stock of
j Hcheuck's Pulmonic Syrup, Schcnck's Seaweed
I Tonie and Schcnck's Mandrake Pills and go
j to Florida. I recommend these particular
i medicines because I am thoroughly acquaint
I ed with theil-action. 1 know that where they
aroused in strict accordance with my direc
? fions, they will do the work that is required,
i This accomplished, nature will do tho rest.
' Tho physician who prescribes for cold, cough
? or night-sweats, aud then advises the patient
i to walk or ride out every day, will be sure lo
have a corneo on his hands before long.
My plan is to give my three medicines, in
accordance with tho printed directions, ex?
cept in some cases where a freer tiBe of the
Mandrake Pills ia necessary. My object is to
give tone to tho stomach-to get up a good
appetite. It is always a good Bign when a
patient begins to grow hungry. 1 have hopes
of such. With a relish for food and the
gratification of that relish conies good blood,
and with it more flesh, which is closely fol?
lowed by a healing of tho longs. Then tho
cough loosens and aha tes, tho creeping chills
and clammy night-Bweats no longer prostrate
and annoy, and tho patient getB well, provid?
ed he avoids taking cold.
Now thoro aro manyconsnmptives who have
not the meauB to go to Florida. Thc question
may bo asked, ia there no hope for such?
Certainly there is. My advice to such is, and
ever has been, to st ay in a warm room during
tho winter, with a temperature of about
seventy degrees, wnich should be kept
regularly at that point, hy means of a ther?
mometer. Let such a patient tako his ex?
ercise within the limita of tho room by walk?
ing up and down as much as his strength wiil
permit, in order to keep up a healthy circula?
tion of the blood. I have cured thousands
by thia system, and can do so again. Con?
sumption is as easily cured as any other
disease, if taken in time, and the proper kind
of treatment is pursued. The fact Staudt
undisputed on record that Scbenck'B Pulmo?
nic Syrup, Mandrake Fill?, and Seaweed Tonic
have cured very many of what seemed to bc
hopeless cases of consumption. Qo where
you will, you will bo almost certain to find
some poor consumptive who has been rescued
from tho very jaws of death by their use.
So far aa the Maudrakc Pills are concerned,
everybody shonld keep a supply of them on
hand. They act on the liver Better than calo?
mel, and leavo nono of its hurtful effects be?
hind. In fact, t hey aro excellent in all cases
where a purgative medicin?is required. Il
you have partaken too freely of fruit and
diarrhoea ensues, a (loee of the Mandrakes
will enre you. If you are subject to sick
headache, take a douo of tho Mandrakes and
they will relievo you in two hours* If yon
would obviate tho effect of a chango of water,
or the too free indulgence in fruit, take
one of the Mandrakes every night or every
other night, and you may then drink water
and eut watermelons, pears, apples, plums,
peaches or corn, without the risk of being sick
by thom. They will protect thoso who live in
damp situations against chills and fevers.
Try them. They aro perfectly harmless.
They can do you good only.
1 have ahamion<.<! my professional visits lo
Boston and New York, but continue to see
patients at my office, No. ir? N. SIXTH street,
Philadelphia, every Saturday, from 9 A. M. te
'? P. M. Those who wish a thorough exami?
nation with the* Bespiromcter will be charged
dvo dollars Tho Bespironieter declares thc
exact condition of the lungs, and patients can
readily barn wbother they aro curable or not.
lint I desire it distinctly understood that thc
value of my medicines depends entirely upon
their being taken strictly according to* direc?
In conclusion, I will say that when persons
take my medicines and their systems arc
brought, into r. hcaln-y rendition thereby,
they are not so liable tu take cold, vet no om
with diseased lungs eau heur u sudden change
of atmosphere without thc liability of great-1
or less irritation of the bronchial tubes.
Full directions in all languages nccompsn*
my medicines, so explicit a nd (dear that an y ?ni
can use them without consulting me, and cai
he ho'ugbt from any druggist.
J. H. SCHENCK, M. D.,
No. 15 N. SIXTH street, Philadelphia.
Nov 19 fly
AVOID tll'ACKS.-A victim of oarly in
discretion, cAUbing nervous debility, pre
mature decay, Ac, having tried in vain over;
advertised remedy, hae a simple moans ?
self-cure, which he w iii send freo to hts fellow
sufferers. Address J. II. TUTTLE, 78 Nassai
etreet, New York. Dec 23 fCmo
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' i COLUMBIA, B. C., MAEcn 1,1871.
fSaHfflBSG ON and after tLio
4?rfHa?H?-9R*dato, tho following
BChedalo will be ron daily, Sundays excepted,
connecting with Night Trains on ?South Caro?
lina Bailroad np and down; also with Trains
going North and Routh on Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Bailroad:
Loavo Columbia at.7.00 a, sa.
" Alston. 9.10 a. m.
*' Newberry. 11.15 a.m.
" Cokesbury. 8.00 p.m.
" Belton. . 5.001p.m.
Arrive at Green ville.,.6.30 p.m.
Leave Greenville at. 6.15 a. m.
" Belton.8.05 a. m.
" Abbeville.8.15 a. m.
" Newberry. 1.50 p.m.
" Alston. 4.05 p. m.
Arrivo at Columbia.5.65 p.m.
M. T. BABTLETT, General Ticket A^eni'
Change of Schedule.
SOUTH CAROLINA BAILBOAD COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, S. C., January 19,1871.
8SiKaSlSie!!3iBL* day, tho 22d instant,
PafHengtr Trains upon this Boad will arrive
und loavo as follows:
THAIN NO. 1.
Leave Charleston at.8.20 a m
/ rrive at Columbia at.3.40 p m
Leave Columbia at.Bi.15 p m
Arrive nt Charleston at.7.50 p m
Leave Camden, Sundays excepted, at.9.50 a m
Arrivo at Kiugvillo at.1.20 p m
Leave Kingvillo, Sundays excop'd, at.2 80 p m
Arrive at Camden at.0.00 pm
Tho abovo Trains run in connection with
Wilmington,Columbia and Augusta Bailroad,
'lonnectiug with Trains for Wilmington, North
Carolina, and with Trains for Angntta, Geor?
gia-making close connections with Night
Trains of Georgia Bailroad and Central Bail?
road, for all points South and West.
THAIN NO. 2-NIOHT EXTJIESS.
(Sunday Night excepted.)
Loavo Charleston at.7.10 pm
Arrivo at Columbia at.6.00 a m
Leavo Columbia at.7.50 p m
Arrive at Charleston nt,.,.C.45 am
This Train runs in connection with UD Au?
gusta Traine, makiug cloeo connection with
Georgia Baili oad and Central Bailroad Morn?
ing Trains, for all points South and West.
A. L. T?LEB, vice-President.
S. B.trirKtNS. General Ticket Agent. Jan 21
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R. R
COLUMBIA, S. C., January 17,1871.
ger trains over this Boad will run as follows:
GOINO NORTH.-No. 1. No. 2.
STATIONS. ABB IVE, LEAVE. ARBIVE. LEAVE.
Augusta 8.C0 am COO pm
Columbia 12.51 pm 1.03 pm 11.05 pm 11.20 pm
Winnsb'ro 8.17 pm 3.37 pm 1.25 am 1.27 am
Chester 5.07 pm 5.10 pm 2.56 am 3.00 am
Charlotta 7.30 pm 5.30 am
GOINO SOUTH.-No. 1. No. 2.
ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte 8.00 am 8.10 pm
Chester 10.20 am 10.23 am 10.27 pm 10.30 pm
Winnsb'o 11.55 am 11.58 am 11.55 pm 11.58 pm
Columbia 2.10 pm 2.28 pm 2.13 am 2.28 am
Augusta 7.45 pm 7.30 am
GOINO NORTH.-Train No. 1 makes close
rt.viLY CONNECTIONS at Charlotto for all points
NORTH and EAST.
Train No. 2 muk ca game ceuections, SUNDAYS
GOINO SorTn.-Train No. 1 makes close
DAILY CONNECTIONS at AugUBta with trains
of Georgia and Contrat Georgia Bailroads,
for all points South, South-west and West.
Train No. 2 makes sanio connections, SUN?
No night trains will loavo Charlotte; Au?
gusta or intermediate points on Sundays.
Through Tickets sold and baggago checked
to principal points. J. M. SELKIRK, Sup.
E. IL DORSET, General Ticket Agent.
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NOBTH CAROLINA R. B. CO .
COMPANY Suors, N. C., Januar 25, 1871.
BB? ,?SS?T OVER
ARRIVE. LEAVE. Al! HIVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte 5.35 am 8.00 pm
Salisbury 8.08a m 8.13am 10.34 p m 1?.S9 p m
Gr'nsb'oll.05amll.20aro 1.30 am 1.45 am
CoShopl2 50pm 1.05 pm 2.57 am 3.17 am
Hillab'ro 2.28 pm 2.83pm 4.27 am 4.29 am
Baleigh 5.12 am 6.38 am 7.10 am
Goldsboro 10.55 a m
Goldsboro 8 00pm
Baleigh 8.45am 6.58 pm 7.40 am
Hill8broll.07am ll.lGpm 10.(.0 a m 10.02 a m
Co Shop 12 30pm 12.50pm 11.12 a m 11.45 a m
Gr'nsb'o 2.10 pm 2.20pm 1.10am 2.00 am
Salisb'ry 5.15pm 5.20pmI 4.50 a m 4.55 am
Charlotte7.5Upm | 7.30 a m <
Jan 27_W. II. GREEN, Mas. Trans.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
i uum,i4?mT-. Leave Anderson..4.20 P. M.
trag3aEE& ' " Pendleton.5.20 "
Arrive at Walhalla.7.00 M
Leave Walhalla.3.30 A. M.
" Pendleton.6.30 "
Arrive at Anderson.6 15 *'
Waiting at Anderson one hourfor the ni rival
oflup train on Greenville and Columbia Boad.
Joly 31_W. H. D. GAILLABD, Sup,
Winter Schedule Spar'g & Union Road
STOW CffigfSlsSH ON an(1 aftcr tLo 24th
JLjyJWjy^^agi? instant, tho PaeBenccr
Trains will go down on MONDAYS. WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAYS; leaving Spartanburg
Court Honpe, at 7.20 A.M., and arriving at
Alston 1.85 P. M.
Returning on TUESDAYS, THUBSDAYS
Mid 8ATUBDAY8, will leavo Ahston at 9 50 A.
M., and arrive at Spartauhnrg at 3.40 P. M.
THOMAS B. JETER. President.
Thief Proof Drawers.
THE undersigned havo received tho Agency
of theao DRAWEBS. Th<y are the one
lt lng neeilf ul for thepro-i -^
ectionofeverystoream VJ r\b-uw'I
ihop in Columbia, af- ^MPROVED' ") B
Ording a euro protec ~- . n ' H
ion from tho light-fin TlLL LOCK & URAV/ER
?ered gentrv. For eah - ?
ow, by FAIRBANKS ii CO., &
J. A T. B. AGNEW. AQEKTS, ?
^ 252 Broadway, N.Y.H
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HAYING put mv machine in operation, I
now inlorni tho public that 1 am lendy
o supply any and all orders for ICE. Price two
ants per pound by the retail. ForlOOpounds
tr more, agreements will bo made. Tho leo
;an be obtained at either the upper or lower
,tore. jL C. SEEGEB8.
?JUGAR cured SHOULDERS,
^ Smoked Tongue,
Fulton Market Beef,
All choice and for sale at reduced prices.
Jan 27 EDWABD HOP^