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Inao rt ea irr tho Daily, at 75 cento per-equare
Tor the Arat and'EC Conto each submusut In?
sertion. Long advertisements by ibo weekj
raoutb or year, at rpasonablq rates, ' . J
?s?ii>H WBROJUPTIOK.. -, i
Daily, eix'mooai-r*^UQi;Xri."We?k;Iy(, $ Bf
ffegjgyggjO. tAjS.i'Xi >q . j' ,;.vi,- .
GaUi AJor. . I >r.V
? ;<^e;biryc?dlW;?*rkeaw* rjfer,7 ? T
Only left na by Iba war;
Gop?pevond. tho.night forever, . ..
S/?Mt?re'aji sister, there's a brother -
v On? ti? o?e they^on),ororeJn?S: 1 f * ** J
They aro fading Uko tho dew;
- Dat wo know they're watching o'er us,
They the good, tho fair, the true!
They are waiting for us, only,
Where no pain' can ever mar;
Little ooes who left us lonely,
Watch us through tho gatos ajar.
Qom.where every eye ia toarloaa,.,..-'.
Only g?nof?ai cirtbi?-?ttr?; UL
O, tho waiting, sad and cheerless,
Till we meet our loved ones there!
Swoet the rest from aH our roving,
Land of light and borne alarl
toi o^r^t^r'B4iiandap l9vlpg fyh .
BetB tue pearly gate? ajar!
Morai Power of Alatcle.
pt t ? |fc JUDGE ?fcABKy ?j ?J
* It^sjvrjonV a dozen* years-^ince- bUBr
ness-not pleasure-took me to New
Jericho, the terminus.ol..ciyjli?:ation and
- the "Whammelover Bailroad. And "a
hard road to travel" that was. It h^d
Bleeper grades, ?harper curves, and mote
of them than, it is to be hoped,.ever.put
* in peril tho publio life and limb before or
Vj jiras: Saturday i of terno?nj >nd; wo
Were TO reach Joiicho 'nt some indefinite
hour that evening, "time not being of
the essence of the contraot."
**;At!? place called Bluoruin we stopped
flftepq minutes to ''liquor." 'Ibero had
been a cook -' fight, i and ' Boveral . other
fights, oud a;_big crowd thero tint day,
and'everyfaody waa in high glee.
Tiler New Jericho delegation rot ur ned
by our ? train, and rongher looking
samples of ruBtio rowdydorn it would !
have been difficult to find, even in that
favo^W^?P?^ ^ A??onglhB^-^a six
- footer, a very Hercules iii 'proportions,
with a cock-o'-the-wnlk sort of swagger
about him, who took possession of twq |
seat?, depositing his body on the one
and dead-heading his legs on the other.
O. P.'eheok waa puffed, ont. by ?tr nader-1
lying quid, while over ' and anon, willi''a1
hack-action jerk, he would Bend near a
gill of tobacco juico over hie shoulder,
which those within rango had the privi?
lege of dodging or taking the censo
qnenoes of, as they liked.- Aa for hi?
Conversation, the caree of Ernnlpnns, or
?bo tab la-talk, of nrlflandere me^s-roQsa
in Uncle Toby's time, in paint of male?
dictory power, was weak in comparison. '.]
SjJAt the next station a yoong lady came
* on board? beautiful as Venns and modest
as Diana. - How no rare a flower carno to
bloom in such a wild', was a question to
puzzle oren But there wss no time to
s.ttfo it. Tho lady was standing, and all
the seats were occupied. I was on the
?li?nt^of .offering mine, whan n youthfal
lopklhg.' gentleman, of ; prepossessing
manners, and appearance, stepped for?
ward and addressed the couchant Her?
. jt'AUbw me, he said, politely, "to tarn
over thehaok of this seat" ,
"Hey ?" the other grunted, o *
Th?vreq??st was' repeated.
! "Seo yb? dud darned first"' was the
graff response* -,- . " .
?.?'?j f'B.nr, sir-' (h? gentleman began to
A ? "X/ookee :-here, yon," blustered, thc
!' !'boily? "don't you offer for tb go for to
?ile mel. ..Taat's.rjoy advice, on; I gives
-cit free gratis,'cause I feel a intrust in
lyon.." - .
,' "Bhttbis lady is entitled to a seat,"
...'the stranger persisted, ' . :.. '? ,
"Give her ybuj: own then, dod drpt
ion! an' stop your chin musio, or, by
Ebky, yoa will rife mel"
, ".' V'A8-'a last rosort, the gentleman rir*
. pealed'tb tho conductor, who chanced to
bo pasting. But the latter declined to
interfere. Such things must be left to
.courteuy. Besides;, it wasn't, his place
\ to tako part in tho disputes of passengers.
- : So saying, ho went his way, punching
:M tickets; and toking no farther heed.
r,(VDod tdS'st'you, you hev riled mel"
shouted'the bully, springing to bia feet
and striding np to tue young man, who
didn't seem quito sensible of hie danger;
"yon'vo gone and stnok y o dr nose into
/tyhoi rj?opIo',B business, on' I'm goin' to'
An attempt twas made to suit tho ac
f tion to the word;' bub before the metn
- - phorioally offe?iung member had. be en
;?? so jnuch as toadied, something-it
"in?y?d sb swiftly I couldn't be po^silive
it was the gentleman's fiat-took Iler
onles uireoiiy belWGcn tho.cy.cs, and sent
him sprawling to the other end bf the
oar. He didn't get ap immediately, nod
when he did he seemed a little bewil?
dered as, tb whether he bad been knocked
. down or tba train had ran off the. track
He had had enough at nil events, whor
ever it oarne? from, as was evident from
the subdued air with which he took his
deportare Jfor tho smoking-car, whither
- hie companions soon followed, no doubt
secretly, ohuckling.at the..result, as usu?
ally do tho chuma of a whipped.bully.
.* Pap Kilderkin, the prOpriotpr, bf tho
New Jerioho Best, was the moat com mn
nioative of hosts. Before bed-time that
night, I was thoroughly and accurately
"up" In ?ll tue- igooipfof ,th? piece* and
bad ittnecandaloua at?-tislios -toy fia
ff?Jr* ttittoi&V'' ?M'MOIUV?! *t; r*
. A&?n|potbe* t&f?gv "I^faroed-that
among tho wanta:of tho cornmopily, box
th?t'? "supply"- had beenat -lepgth ob?
tained, and the,new ^minister.-"waa ex?
pected io.'??ferph bia:d?]leap?;ilbe mor
rpw?ib?''ta,s???f*nni i t ?'. .c-?.. ,
"Kx\?-^ re?rosbin' eeasoa . he'll bev of
^'.'?Wny Borl:asked. $?
- VOh,. Bill -Griokey an't'other ohap'a
goin' to brake him in tom orrer; an', ef
Wo?'war?t io see fun, I'd ed wise you to
\ And I did go-not vio see fun,", as
Pap'-Kilderkin suggestod, bat, I trust,
froto better; rriotites. Pap went, too-r-.
by what prompted, I prefer hot judging,
When we reached .the church, tho mi?
nister had not yet made his appearance,
though ,n goodly number of hearershad
already assembled. A few minntes later,
yesterday's 'delegation to.the Bluernin
oock fight, headed by the vanquished
bhllyi with both bis eyes in full monrn
ingi:..'Sauntered in and , walked noisily
down the aislo. . " '*
.?'Thatfs Bill Griukey," whispered Pap,
"Un' thorn's t'other chaps,"
^. ' '^Make Way for the mourners 1" sang
ont Bill, crowding with his'companions
into ? front seat, where a boisterous con?
versation was struck np, mingled with an
incessant oraoking of peanuts.
"Xkin tell you ,thar progranny," Pap
con tinned; "a pack o' ehoo tin'-crackers
'll be tetohed Off doorhV the fust hym?
an' a-pair o' gamo chickens as a couple
o'them chaps got in thor pockets'll bo
sotfightin' aa soon as the tex's gin out,
arter which Gen'ral Ned 'ill be in. orr
der.". :v. . .. l
'^A^ttddeu silence fe)l upon.the congre
?;at??n. Not a murmur was heard and
be pean nts -ceased to oraok. Looking
np, I saw the now minister in the pulpit;
and, guess'my surprise at recognizing
him as the young man that had struck
oat so deftly from his shoulder the day
before!/" *f . " . *; / .
? h'Witb:.a\cle.ar,'manly voioe, ho gave Out
a hymn, which was sang through with?
out interruption. A prayer was offered
up/nrnid profound and decorous silence.
Another hymn followed, and then a ser?
mon,-earnest^ plain, praotinal, and with
! out a^brdor Coht in.it. From the be?
ginning to the end of the exercises, savo
a single inoipient crow, promptly choked
i off, from one of tho invisible chickens,
order was observed,
I "I say, Bill," I overheard from ono of
'H'other chaps," os they made their way
out, "that parson's a t ru inp; be preaches
a downright good lick, an' fights fair,
without bitin' or gougin'."
It was easy to see the new minister's
status was settled. I have ,sinco heard
that Bill Grinkey has become an exem?
plary member of the ohUroh, and the
parson the happy husband of the yoong
lady, as whose champion he first achieved
The town of Wilmot, N. H., has a fa?
mily whose relationships are muddled in
the most extraordinary fashion. A gen?
tleman . named Diokoy is the father of
sixteen Children, thirty grand-children,
and three great grand-children. His
own daughter is bis siater by marriage;
his own eon is bis brother-in-law; bis
mother-in-law is his own sister; his fa?
ther-in-law is his brother-in-law.
The Exchange House
HAS boen overhauled and re-arranged
for the Spring and Summer. Iced bevc
_ rages compounded at short notice.
MayS PAY8INGER A FRANKLIN.
NO FIRE USED I IV WASHING.
WARFIELD'S COLD WATER SOAP.
rTlHIS SOAP washes perfectly in cold wat?r,
jk ?oft, hard or aalt. It removes grease,
ou and paint from garments. It washes all
kinds of goods-cotton-, flannel, Bilk or woolen.
I It cleanse? silver, plated ware and. jewelry
j without scratching. It the articles aro much
tarnished, rub them with a pieco of 'flannel
which bas plenty of the Hosp on it. "^o people
who do their own washing, it ja invaluable.
It will save its oostin one washing.!) For salo,
in boxes of tbirt yjix bars, by ,
BD WARD HOPE."
April 9 : agent for Sonth Carolina.
Good Things. r~~
RAMSAY'S Islay Malt Scotch Whiskey, Sir
Robert Burnett's Old Tom Oin, Otard,
Dupuy, Cognao Brandy, Puff Gordon's Pale
Sherry, South-eielo Made ira Wino, London
'Dook Fort Wine, Hibbert's London Porter,
McEwen'o Scotch Ale. Tho above direct from
the importers And warranted nure. .
For sale b/> . EDWARD HOPE.
. ESTABLISHED 1653.
190? Frankford Avenar,
(Above.Girard Avenue,) Philadelphia,
CABRI AGE 8, NEWEST STYLES.
CLARENCES, Landaus, Landaulcts, Clote
Coaches, HkiftiDg qr. Coaches, Coupes,
Raronohes, PLntone, Rockaways, nearscs,
Ac., tuilable for pr?vale family and publioune.
Workmanship and finish second to none In the
country., ri?e and vaned ?tock on hand
completed and In the Winks. Orders receive
prompt and personal ti U Li io?. AU work
,BE?TI TO RATS,
Never failing. Boxes double the size as
others. Hermetically sealed and always fresh.
For salo at ffli?lfcsal? and retail by
And by all Druggist s and Grocers Fgbl?Smo
lfa Porter Boneo Steak will ?top ybnr hun?
ger, call at POLLOCK'S.
LI PP M AB'S
7" ST ^?
? V '.? . :jvr?* ff.?
Purest Medicated Cordial of the Age.
/JV F/? O /M r/JVG OPERTIES,
s LIPPMAN's great
/rfftAD^ MAT ,GERMAN,^B^TT
' from the original
i German reoeipt
y now inpoaseeeion
i . of the proprietor a
> V ,a and Ja ;lhe, ?ame
i V was used in Ger?
many upwards of
a oontnry ago;to?
day in house-hold
remedy of Germa?
by its most emi?
GREAT GE AMAN BI TT EES
Ia composed of the purest alcoholic eeeer.ee ol
GcrniaUj:* iavorite beverage, Impregnated
willi 4b'e 'Juices and extracte; of rate ht rho,
roots and barks; all of which combined make
it one of the beet and turc-tt pre-pitrutioLs for
tho oui u of
Dyspepsia, Loss of Tone in the Stomach and
Digestive Organs, Nervous Debility, Lan?
guor, Constipation,Liver Complaint ',
General Exhaustion, and us a .
PREVENTIVE FCli^ilILLSAN'S'FE VER
A HD .'?i
MALARIOUS DISEASES GENERALLY. (
Will find LIPrMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS the best tonio known for the dieeaeeeto
which they are generally subject, and where a
gentle stimulant ie recommended. _j;-,,
' SAVA?ISAH, March j 0,1870. '
Messrs. Jacob Lippman <? Rro.,t-&?i)anhah.
Ga.-GESTS: I have beforo me vonrvseieemed
letter of the Hth inst., containinij^TSribnH
documents relative to your ',Gerat^rlmtteT?*,
After a careful examination I muBt confess
that your Bitters is really what you represent
it to bo, an old German recipo of Dr. Mitch
erlioh. of -Berlin. Prussia. It will no doubtbo
oxccllent for dyspepsia, general debility and
nervous diseases, andie a gaud preventive ot
cbillB and fovcr. I And it lo, bo a. most de?
lightful and pleasant etomacbio. I remain
yours truly, (Signed) AUG. P. WETTER.
KinELASD MILLS, GA., March 22,1870.
. Messrs. Jacob Lippman ?? Ero., Druggists,
'Sirrc'nTirtQ?, t?a.-^GKSTLE?TEN^ 1 nave -intro?
duced your Great German Bitters here to my
customers and friends, and I lind better aalu
for it than any I have ever kept before. Those
who have tried it approve of it vory highly,
and I do not besitato in saying that ft ia LIT
superior, in value to anv other Bitters now in
nae. Yo'urs, respectinlly, W. KIRKLAND.
Wholeaale Agents for State of South Carob
na- DOW1E, MOISE & DAVIS. HENRY BIS
CHOFF i CO., G LACIOS 4 WITTE. STEF?
FENS, WERNER ft DUCKER, Cb?rleton.
Depot in Colnmbia. 8. O., at GEIGER A
MCGREGOR'S. Druggists._Jone ? lvllt
Th? GF?at Medical Discovery !
Dr. WALKER'S OALTFORNIA
? B?r toflttmony to their Wonder- ? *?
o o ral Curstfro Effects. '-'gc*
i? " S **
Msn ^5HSS M^BSBSB' SSS
pl S THEY ARE NOT A VILE ff!
. *?sF A N C Y DRINK.el?
Mada of Pqor liam, Whisker, Pro?*
Spirits nnd Itefase Liquors doctored, iplcc?
and sweetened to please th. taate, catted " Ton
lei,"" Appetizer?," " Restorers," AC, that lend
the tippler on to drunkenness and rule, but are
a true Medicine,made from the Nat! YO Hoots and
Uerbsof CallXornla, free fVoitt all Alcoholic
Stimnlnms. Thor are theOUEAt III.OOU
I't'HIFIElt aud L.IPE UIVINC? 1'UIN
CI PLE a perfect Renovator andlnvlroratorof
thc System, carrying off all poisonous mat tur and
restoring tho blood to a healthy condition. Ko
person can take these Hitters according to direc
Ubn and remain long nowell. a?
tSfnrlndnuiniri?ory and Chronic lt ben?
trmtiani nod (?out, Dyspepsia ur Indi
gcatlou. Dillons, Remittent and liner*
mitteilt Fevors, Dlseaaes of (ko Blood,
I.lvei-, Kidney", and Bladder, these lin?
tern have been must successful. Hitch pis?
runes are ceased by Vitiated Blood, which
U generally produced by derangement cf thu
Headache, rain In tho Shoulders, Coughs, Tight?
ness of tho Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of
the Stomach, Bad tasto in tho Mouth Bilious At?
tacks, Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of
tho Lu:ig?,Paln in tho region? of thc Kldueys.and
ahnndrcd other painful symptoms, arc tho off
fprlngs of Dyspepsia. .#
They Invigorate the Stomneh and stimulate the
torpid liver and bovrils, which renderthr.-uof ttn
ceinallcd erato cy la cloausing HIM blood of dil
Impurities, and imparting now lifo and vigor.to
the whole system.
" POD SKIN DISEASES.Broptionf.Tctter.
Snit rrticnm,Blotches, Spots, limpies, Postules,
Bi lls, Carbunclco, Biug-Wonni, Scald-ll cad, Boro
Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurf.?, Dljcoloratloun of
tlie Skin, Humors aud Diseases of the Skin, of
whatever name'or natur*,,are literally dug up
and carried oat of tho system In a ?hort time by
the u?3 of these Bitter?. Ono"bbttloMa ?ueli
cases will convince the mort lncrcdulons of their
Cleanse the Vitiate! Blood whor.cvtr you Cr.J
its Impurities bursting through the skin In Vim.
pies, Emptions or Bores; cleanse lt when you
fled it obstructed and alngglsh in thc veins;
cleanse lt when it Is foul, and your feelings ^ ill
tell you when. Keep the blood pure und'thV
h*?ith of thu system will follow.
?MN, TA PE and other WORMS, tarting !P
Ute system of so many thousands, nre effect ti M ly
destroyed ond removed. -Fdr-foil directions, r-.-nd
carefully the circular around each bottle.
.1. WALKER, Proprietor. B. H. MCDONALD cz
CO.. Druggists anti Cen. Agent?, Sau rYnti'cl-co,
Cal,, and 32 and Si ?oihtnorc? Street. New Xv'.:.
D nY ALI. DUUGC.1BTS ANO ?K.VLEK3.
D23 |t^ly OKIOER A McOREGOR. Agents.
600 Barrels r
ITIXTltA Family; Modium and Cd tn mon
li FLOUR, for nal? low. _K.' Hopi;.
A fae nh supply of -Hag?yN MntlUwc-r, linc
cut, ai POLLOCK'S.
P-ftok. Job and Kewepapcr .. <
STfiAM PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
. PPPPP PPPPP .
THE Tropriotor of the Pr.uiNix lina fitted up
and thoron?hly furnished hits office for tho
execution of all kinda letter preeB PRINTING.
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Tho Type. Bordtjr, Rule, Ornamente, Cute,A.c.
are of MODERN STYLE and carefully selected.
Tho Prosees aro jo??&L^ of the MOST
APPRO VED mJgf?L. PATTERNS
Hoe, Adams ?|OTggL and Liber?
ty-includfmlBHQBl& inc Platen
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POSTERS, IsLWk?^ *te- cnn 1,0
SET UP i?liK?w/.rr??.in nt M.-.
}. A.SELBY.. "-^?fjSs?r^ Proprietor
i Ague end rever. ? .../< .;
Tbc only pr?ventive known: for.Chille:?nd
.Fever ig the nae of Wolfe'a?chtedam Schnapp?
_Ia good for Dyspepsia._:. -
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
Ie a preventive of Chilla and Fever.
~. Woife'B Schiedam Schnapps rjj
Ia recommended by all the.'Medical Facfalty.
Wolfe's, Schiedam Schnapps ?
Ia good for all Kidney and Bladder Complainte.
"Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps; j
_Ie good for-Qont. ; .
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
Is? good for Colic and Pain, in tho Stomach.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps '
_Is good for all Urinary Complaints.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps .
Ia imitated and counterfeited, and Purchasers
will have to use caution in purchasing.
Wolle's Schiedam Schnapps
Ie used all over tho world by Physicians, in
_their practice. ' "-, :
I heg leave to call the attention of- tho
reade r to t ce timon ?ula in favor of tho Schnapps:
I lcel bound to eay 'that I regard' your
SCHNAITS an being, in every ? caped, pre-emi?
nently pure, and deserving of medical patron?
age. At all events, it ia the purest possible
articlo of Holland gin, (boret ofore unobtaina?
ble, and, as such, in av be safely prescribed by
physicians. DAVID L. MOTT. M. D" "
Pharmaceutical Chemist, Kew York.
LOUISVILLE, ' Er.. Sept. 1-1 feel that -wo
have now an article of gin suitable for snob
caseB na that remedy ia adapted to. ..
DB.. J. W. BRIGHT.
"Schnappe" ia a remedy ?J5"chronic catarr.
hal complainte, etc.: '
I tako great pleasure fn bearing highly
creditable testimony to its efficacy, i\s a reme?
dial agent, in tho diseases, .fur v.bich yon
recommend it. Having a natural tendency to
the mucousi surfaces, with a slight-degree of
slimnlalion, 1 regard it as one'df tho most im?
port ant remedies in chronic catarrhal affec?
tions, particularly those of tho genito-urinary
apparatus. With much respect,your obedient
servant, CHAS. A. LEAS, SI. D., New York".
2C PINE STREET," Nr/w Yens, Nov. 21, ?8(W
UnoLPUo WOLFE, ESI?,, Fresent*-DEAS Sm: I
have mado a chemical examination of a sample
of your "Scblednm Schnapps," wilb tb.eintent
of determining if any foreign or injurions sub?
stance had been added to thesimplo distilled
epirits. . -,
The cxamiuation baa resulted in tho conclu?
sion that the sample contained no poisonous
or harmfal admixture I have been unable
to disoover any trace of tho deleterious sub?
stances which are somolimeB employed in the
adulteration of liquors. I would not hesitate
to use myself, nor to recommend to others,
for medicinal purposes, the "Schiedam
Schnapps," SB an excellent and unobjectiona?
ble variety of gio. Very respectfully yours,
(Signed) CHAS. A. S EELY, Chemist.
C KEMI CAL ASP TECHNICAL LABOBATOBT, 18
EXCHANOE FLACK, NEW YOBS, NOV. 25, 1867.
UDI LFUO WOLFE, ESQ.-DEAS SIB: Theonder
signed have oarefully and thoroughly ahallES?
a aample of your "Aromatic Schiedam
Schnapps," selected by ourselves, and have
found the same free from all organic or inor
ganio snbotances, mote or lees injuriouo to
ealth. From tbe result of cur examination,
we consider the article one of superior qnali- '
ty, healthful as a beverage, and effect nal in US
medicinal qualities. Respect fully yours, .
(Signed) ALEX. TRIPPEL, Chemist.
FRANCIS E. ENGELHARD, M. D.
For sale by all respectable Grocers and
Druggists. UDOLPHO WOLFE'S E8T.,
April l-)|tT8mo 22 Beaver st., New York.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
For Diseases cf th;? Threat rind. Lunga,
such i.s Coiifsh*;' C?Uia, V/hocping
Cough ; Brcuclr-.t;^, A&innip.,
^n*d Coriscinpnor.. ?
Probably : -4- ".. : "... v.'....'.c. hl.tery' of
modieinc, ia- a:ij th.ng win. ??. ami to
deeply tipo:; UH i..t?.t.. < '.: Linf,? iliii
excellent tenu ily lor j tih.ioi.riry . ..in,-l.-.ii.t?. .
Through a loti?.'.-crict ol yeiu-, sud unitingir.tttt
of the meei ot men ?'. ha* ?i.-...: h?ghe: . r.il.bSgher
hi their e-ihnailuii. as it luir be? cr... Li! et KhownV
It^ uniform charade: ;...d |.-i>we: to ivie theta
riaini utlWtidna ol' ti. ti ln*yi in.it tl :o;.t, have
made it known as it teliable pii>ti-etor ;.t.*..'nft
them. While adapted lo ntllrtirr formt- ? : i.-.rOh.-e .
amt to vour.grhilo.ren, n ir ut tj.e -jih.o, lim* ?be ,
mott ellet tittil remedy ;5??tl <.:.:? Lt givyt, l'er.lnny
ic-nt consumption, and thr ds.t-rt-ron? thcrttoir?
ot* thc thro-.t .uni h-.-'v--. -, pr?vit ion c-;aiii"?t
sudden nt luck s ot' ^ i MI; , i: should l e Lej i on
band in every t':unih . aral ii.died ti> : '.. i :c >< ;i.e
times subject to col?l? and eoiijdis, ;.'l tltGuld be
provided with thlK antidele lor them.
.Although frt'tlkd L'ttiirtttuptioH ia thought in-*
rm.dlr,-till great numbers ot" case*?ui.eif the
dircafi? ?cemfcd fettled, have Leen cf-n.p'.?te?v
ou.-ed, and tho patient ii'?-'.o:v.i :.> ?ov.t.d ? .'.:.-. i lb
by thc Cherri/ J'crlornl. Ss i templete ii I-'
mastery over Ute difon'.H-.- o: the Ll1, ?te* ti id
Throat^ tliatthcmott obitln.ite ct"then: y'tut. tr. ii.
When nothing che could r; ;.'i. them. i.e.?'.'. ? iii?
Cherry I'rtitorai they Eul.-lde ..nd-.l:-::j?| e:.r.
Stn ft fra mut 1'ub'lic t-j.eaJ:tra ill-. A ' gr'.at
protection from it.
Aathmu is always redk-v-.-i :.nii 6:Vc-s V1 -?illy
cured hy it. .
Itronchitia li gcnern?lv cured t y .triking '.?J
Cherry l'e.ttorul in in?til ami freijtiem do<v.-.
So gencrnlty aro its virtne"? known. t?'Mt ve
need not oubli -h the eerti?e.atei. ot' thew l:iiy, ?.T
tlo more tlmit n*suro int public timi i: -rv.it] .ie?
aro muy maintained.
Ay er's Ag?e Cure.
For Fever end Ague, Int'??m'tlcsrt Fever,
Chill Fever, RemiUent i"?ver, Datub
Ague, Periodical or BUiou? I<*ever, Ac,
and iudeod nil tho niToctiona vt'h'ch uripc
fYom mrdario?s, marsh, or mlasmr.tic
A<; it.-* natur impliufilt doo9 Cure, mil iloe?! not
fail.. Couiaibing nt-ithur .'.r^eiiic. Qnlt?ne, l\\?
ninth", 'Aine, nor 5?y utlic-r niiiicrnl or pjcisohiin?
Gtib<-tmtif wl??itt?vei'j tl tn itowUe Injures-any |.-.
tient. Tue nuiiibe:'4Hd Itiipertatico of ilattiii-i)
in thu ngiic ilittrirtit, we literally beyond ?ilTOf.r.t,
and we believe \rit|tntit ti parallel ni'-trte hlsiory
of Ague medicine. <)fr pride i-^ gnuitlc<i Ly thu
ncktiowledgutt?lta wc receive ?i*tl:c I'Aitietil cure?
eiTe.-te'l in ?>h?lhinte vn~v-, And wiierc otlitrV rein*
eilte? hud wholly failed."
I1 n.nielimaced' persons, eithQi' Resident in, or
travelling through niltismiUtc loiiftlltlosjAvili bc
protfictrd by taklng-thi? 'AirV'JR CX:Mi daily.
For I.lar'r Cotttnluitits, nriibig bom timid?
ity ol' the Liver, it IP nu exeel'.e:;! rea.e.'.y, rti.in:
luting the Liver inte? l?cnllhy aet?vitv.
For lliliouB Diserilers<tii><l Liter'CnnivlAln?, i;
is an excellent re?ietiy, t.re<lr..:ii?g j iiiisy truly
remarkable clues. .ivTiv;'- other :nertlcit'.e? had
Prepared by Pu. .T. C. Avsn ? <\<., Practical
nud Analytical Chcmifts, L?W.-?!, Ma. -., and
sold all round thc world.
1'ttICV, ftt.00 I>i:ii llOTTLE. '
Dec ?Hly [Angjy_ ' c_._H. MIOr. Agent.
SMOKED MEATS", ETC.
SMOKED TONGUES, extra smoked BEEF.
Ferris Fulton Market Beef,
Diamond and Orange brand liri nip.
Sugnr-enrcd Baron Stripe.
Mess aud No. 1 Mackerel, Ac, all ir? th to
I hand. For salo by _ GEO- SVMMERS.
Si'KciAh ATTKNTion given to tho col?
lection of Commercial Paper, Interest
on Slato and Railroad Bonds and Stocks, and
Contorsion of Stato Securities, bt
Nov 23 Gmo D G AM BRILL. Broker.
Genuino imported Curaco?, Absynthc and
Mnrastliino. at POLLOCK'S.
General Commission Merchants,
70 Barclay and ?&G?i&HtftK Streets,
'.. 'SKVrfoBtt.v ol? ?guaari
BEC ELT RB 8 of. all kind? pf BQUTfllittJi :
PEOPUOTIONS.such, aa T^afycij?Alfei.
pies,. Dried Ffnit; Beajis,; lT?es*ai, .?lg%X
arid M -irking Pl sie ? Bent freo. AU vee comente'
made, on coneiRurnontB. ?alea^. nrxiwfcrtlT
made. - Agenta wrap ted, , . Aqrfl 8 Qmo ^ .
' Improved Seed Piantfcr'? . > nil .
BaRT?ES-wabtiDR-'either the Ham- Of1;
.Denian PLANTER '.rill ?end their ordern??.
at once. We.are,pow w.cJl -eupplietL butJater .
Ut the season do.not. think we will bo able to
meei tbe demand..' 4 ". '.'.'.' u ? - '1 ;'
~geb 12 L?RICK ft'LOWRANCE.^'
Fresh' Crackers. : V %??',
?ODA, "Walnut. Snow Drop. Eulteri Fancy'
Q ?Farmer? Ginger, Balmoral, for sale bjr
^March 3 - E: HOPE. i
~ : OHAjiP??SEiS. ; ,/. ;
1 f\f \ CASES iloei & Chandoh's CH?JI
tUAJ F AGNES, foal received, knd offeifed.'
in consequence of cessation of bosiilitiee, hi
much reduced tatest- For ?aleby- 1 .KU-.
Charlotte. Columbia and Au gb sta S/. K
.' COLX-MLUA, 8?C> Abrl?3.107Lvrl
the following Bch?dbler .> ...?*:".
STAIL T RA ? X-G oued N?irrri. Goiso Becerra.
8T?TI0K8. ATinrVE. LEAVE. AUItlVB. LEAVE
Oharldtte 7.30pm riv \ v.5.S0*m
Cheater 5.03 pm 5 OG pm 10.11 am 10.17. am
Winnsb'ro 3.00 pm 8.20 pm 11.57 am 17.00 "p
Columbisl2.38pml2.48pm 2.18 pm 2.80 t?m
Angosta ?"' J- '8.00am 7.60pna- l^jVi
Expazaa TKATX-Gorso _N o n rn. GorsoSouyri.
. A nul VE. LEAyE. . AB El Vlf ; , LEAVE.
Charlotte 5.30 am . ZjJ 8,TO gm
Cheater 2.50 am, &02 am 10.25 tffilttSffpln
WinOBb'o 1.20 am l:22'am 12.08 am'12.08 am
Columbia 10.52 pm 11.01 pm ti.20 stn 2.82 am
Augusta -' 6.00 pm 7.80t%m" -
teNo night trains will leavo Charlotte, Ava
cuat? or intermediate points oh Sundays/
J. M.'SELRIRE.- SuperinfcetidBntt;
E. R. DORSEY, General Ticket Agent?/:-.' ?.
'' *\ Change of Schedule. '"'\'}\
Komi CAI?OLI'XA R.MLUOAD CotoAirr,
COLUMBIA, ti". CV, Janpary .19, 1871^
.... >.-. ? (.ivainr^i?i-li' ttpvoii iunta .
Leave Charleston at.'.)......... ?.8.20 a-m .
2 rrive at Columbia at................. - 3.10, p. rn
Leave Columbia'at............'. .",V...l2.*itrpin
Arrive at Charlest?b al>.:.-..' .Vli.w.?iTO'pan
Leave Camden, Snbdajs excepted,ut.U.CO a m
Arrive at BUngvi?o at..-.;;?'....,?.,',.';,1.20 j);m
Loavo KiiiRville, SundayH oxcep'd, at.2.80 p m
Arrive at Camden at..,,I. ^'.'.I.'...'-:&00 p m
The above Train a* mn In' cbnneeHon'.iTith
?Wilmington,Colombia and Augneta Railroad,
connecting with Trains for Wilmington, tKOfth
Carolina, and Tfith Tra?na.for Augneta, Geor?
gia-making close conn?cli?ne Kith Night
Trains Of Georgia Railroad and CentrarBiil
road, for all points South and Weat. ?? . n,
TBA rx No. 2-N io HT EIPKIM , jaoq
. (8unday Night excepted.) ... w
Leavo Charleston at..7.10 p m
Arriv? at Colombia; at....,.......;.. .^Wiin
Leave Columbia ut._............ .7.59 p-m
Arrive at Charleston at....0.45 am
This Train runs in connection ?aith Uu An
Srata Trnina, making, close coupectjou with
eorgia and Central,JMllr?adB:
A. L? TxTL?BVVlce-Presl?iBnl.
: 6. R.'.Pic?rKBj GeneralTioket AgenU, Jan 21
w Greenville and Colbmhia'Ea?rOad.
ps^t^^^gB^ffl^^fjatfl the following
BchedritQ vrill bo TO iv daily, Sundays eaoepted,
connecting wiih NightTraicB' on Soutb.Caro?
lina Railroad up and down; alao. with Trains
going North and South cn Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Bailroad: -J
-i ??- - ^DP.' J . li
Leavo Colombia at.. . 7 0Oa. m.
" Alston....9.10 a.m.
** Newberry.J.1.15 a. m.
'. Cokeabury;.[S'.OO p.m.
" Beltoa.. ....: '..-..;..iv.'.v.?v SiOOJp. m.
Arrive at?reenville................ 6.80p.m.
Leave Greenville at..w.6.1na.m.
" Belton....; 8108a.m.
" Cokcsbury. .'. '..-. ,10^7 a. m. .
" Abbeville...;.'...-.'..'.Cc; 8.15a. m.
" Alston. 4.06 p.m.
Arrive at Colombia..".. 5.55p.m.
TH09. DODAMEAD, General 8op.
M. T. BARTLETTt General Tioket Agent.
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NO^H CAROLINA R. B. CO" ,
COSTPAKT SHOPS: N.'C. Janriar 25,1871.
S?ffiKi^^S3 TRAINS will bornnover
WWgFnWthiBEoad aa follows:
1 Stress. Mail, j '
ABnrvE. LEAVE, A RB IVE, .LEAVE.
Charlotte 5.35.a>mj 8.00-p m"^?. .
Salisbury 8.08 a m 8.13 am 10.84 pm 16.89 pm
Qr'nab'oll.OSam ll .20 em 1.S0 a tri .1.45 a m
Oofihoi)l2.$0.pm J.O?pm 2.?7 a WjSAji? m
HiUsb'ro 2.28 p, m 2.33pm 4.27 am 4.2D a m
Raleigh 5.12 am.6.88 a m ' 7.10 a m
Goldsboro ? ,; . 10.56 a m> ',l
Goldsboro Erprtat.K 8 Mail,'.. 3 00pm
Raleigh 8.45am 6,68 pm 7.40 am
HiilBbroll.07 am 11.10pm 10,00 a m 10.02 a m.
Co Shop 12 30 p'm 12.50 p m 11.12 a m ll .45 a m
Gr'nsb'o 2.10 pm 2:20 pm 1.10 am 2.00 am
Salisb'ry 5.15pm 5.20pm 4 50 a m 4.56 a m
Charlotte7.56pm . ...^ "7.00am
Jan 27 W. H. QREEN, Maa. Trane.
Schedule on Blue Badge Bailroa?.
UWUmUib ' I^B'*^d?r?on..?20.F. M.
Sgg^@? " Pendleton..'... 5.20 "
. , ' " Perry ville..... 6.00
Arrive st Walhalla..7.00
Leave Walhalla.;-..: j/.-.'.. .8:80 A. Y.
" Perrvville..'._4:15 "
? Pendleton..6.q0 "
Arrive at Anderson....6.15 "
Waiting at Anderson one hour lor the ?rrivtl
of up train ha Girb?nTiUe ana'Crrlpmbia Road.
July 31 W. R D. GAILLARD, Sup,
Winter Schedule Spargo*; Vfilo??:B???
lSnHSvliSS^ Lo?i Iqd after the 24th
?^S^*Zide=3Kr?TnHtiit>;. tbe PaHStnpfr
Trains wilTgo d?wn'ori MOKI>AYS. XVEDNIS
DAYS aud FRIDAYS] leaving - Spartanburg
Court Home, at 7 20 A. M., aBd-.arriving ut
ilston 1.35 P. M. .
.Returning on TTTESDAY^. THUEBDAY3
and SAT?ltDAV'S, will 'leave Alefhn at 0.50 A.
M.. abd arrive at Spartanbnrp at 8.40 P..M.
_ THOMAR B. JETER. Pr?sident.
THE undereigVi?d have received tho Agency
of these DHAWER8. 27t?y are the one
thing v eedful for the pro-1 ? ? ? **4 ?.
tectionoftwyaLoi'eaua . ? ft LDW/ to'c* a
?hop in Columbia, ni- *jMDonwrn- v 8
fording a sure pr?tec IS JWP?OVEDv ) 1
? Hon from tbs lifebt-flu- TlLL LOCK&ORAWER|
i gered gentrv. FtiT sate .. . . ?-., fl
J?0W?NYAGNENY ? SON. ^"???gf C?" I