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'lUV INNSBORO, S. Cj.'TIHUR% AY, FEBRUARY 28, 1878. VOL. 2. NO.12
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14Vocal and 2 iioW. lnstr notaip
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PUBLISIING COMPANY.Middlebore, Aam.
1P11..iNOS ot all plico "00~ 0113 $W6. 1]
PIANOS inlao T***iii prie $71c
iOgo $10. Paper free. D. F. A'BEY, Wash
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LAiICM X CAIJ)8 with name, in
.0cast), 13a cents, 25 withoutt came, 9 cents, 1v0
ll. %VASI I B'IfN k Co., Mtddi lord, Mass
$03~. PIANOS v i oati $1fitA~ 2i~91
N1 i OIIAS DANK1 e . .12 t cndf.
for coialldontial ecu ars. DANIEL P. BEATTY,
FOR ACOASE OP 6kURRH
5 That SANDFOtD'S IIADICAL CURNE i
for Catarrh will not instantly relieve 01
atad mpecedily cure. Reference Henry
Wells, l4., Wells, Pat-go & 0o Au. Hi
rora, N. Y.; Wml. Bowent, St. touts.
5 e'istinonials and treatise b mail.
Prtco, witl ipro d I ltSld
Proprietors, Boste14. M- IL, N. ,
Miy written course of treat.
m Jent petilly relieves dysp p el
N sa and all tomach disorders
can ed by Intemperance In eating and drinking.
Effects perminent,. Cures in six out of ten
eases. vourse of treatment with .medlctnes,
$1I--$5 whten ordered, the rnataider when the
pallent is cured, or when the value of the
treat ment Is known. Stati cAe, inoosng 500.
In all letters of Inquiry relative to I 'treat
metal. Di. N. ST1 Rt, Lock Jox ,i012, Port
Thoia wishing relief and cure for Rupture
shotel consitIt.r A. ?IItIUIAN, 258 Broad
way, New Yor . 0 1. .1;
Send 10cts. tot 119; new ,- J ;vith
photograpitic likenesses of bad cases belore and
aiter cure. Beware of cheats who pretend to
itruis Dr. Sheranita's treatment.
oeor those fellows ape it cler~cnq
calling hi nself Dr. W. (U. Crt ilAn, Is Inhitl
on complaint, of Dr, 8. and -awaits trial for.
forgery n neI emnbezzlement.
Fon PARTICUlLARn ADDRESS
WILON 'I31W UllllIR
829 Broadway, New York City, Chicago,
Ill., New Orleans, La.; or Son Francisco,
PIC "-ORAL BALM,
THE GREAT REMEDY FOR
FI LAY & TgO sP8ON, I
Now 61 a8, 1a., Sole Agotitb.
---FOR SALE BY ALL DRUgGISTS
- e trl.ap el Irae (:,elg ue r gtee I nisl r
WIvilm R 'ese . I s me ail awtcs, tle C t heir.
1 0 rie . 2o l crv,Lr:,riCak, for 1 -11
SA o t I r"co Ototofru3
von crooannouoo. 400 ores.
Cb -. - -
Var' . 0 _ __
irol) 2IV m~Li..h I_ .1.1 a
W e a n I gen s t i
elt) prc ~,fe. r'. ,
We guar ante0 Ahg ~ md9 4
of the genuine W~santa1 eth,;
and the bosoms of ,the' best1$bnen
and three plyg each ply being line.
We wairra~ntitheiaa tbefts inIe'Oeyp
p ar'tibular,' airmg reftinfldd~a-uhr
* Don't s ar o
b e gdod, bt &hf& '4f
B elves. "A
/ r &
P i..1L''11 '
for h eapeat Qro
aeries nd Hardware in Colinbid
be found at this old reliable housh of
-LORICK & LOWUANCE.
I',j ortr te, Photographis, Store.
4go Q , ,,&9. All old pictures
p d.Ar G ty Building, 121j Main
ro'et, Cblmbia, S. 0 - Visitoka ed
rdially-inyited to call and.loxainine.
rini~ed te oi irba, AIV2W6 ried
large hto'ok, of Dky Gdodas-d, N6tioif,
>ots, Shoes, Trunks and Valises. Sati.
otion guaranteed. ,
ECKLING'S GALLERY--O osite
. th' Wheeler H6ure. Poralta,
Lotographs, Ainbrotypes and Ferrotypet
iisebd in the latest style of the art
Ld pletures copied and enlarged to aay
e. W. A. REORLING, Propkiotb*.'
.- IRK8 . DAVIS, importers and
dle I' Watches, Clockuijewel,
ilver and Pled Ware Rose Firnia
g Goods, &c. 'NiE.' t~hos ad je .
ry repaired. (olumbia, . U. oat 27-y
resh Arriw 1s
J. 0. BOAG'S,
FAE131 an4 warranted Garde 8'eedi
AC #ve cents per paper, whi sold
st fear at o cents or 3 for 25 aatis.
ery best choice Seedsand eating Potatoes
Family Flour, Mel, Qrist. Bauon,
Lard, Rice, Cigars, 'obacoo, .qn.
dies, Assortment of .Fanc'y
Cakes and Cracke1, I
Maoproi, Died Her
11 of which will be pold as low as th
lowest for cash,
'he stock of Dry Goods, puo' as Domps
ties, Caliooes, bress Goods,
Shawls, FArs,' Milli
rill be sold very low t ;ear them out
Qall soon and O ,fr yourselves.
You will always find a full line o
lotions, Buttons, Trimmings,. Ao., ap
Panoy Goods, kept at etPO
InJfact yonag an. get almost. anytbni
ou want that* is In the GroceryDr
Ioods, Fanoy Goods, Notion or Mlitie
All knowing athemselves indebted It
ag.will piogge come forw~rd and~ settl
ip nitono ,as this is a hard year and
asth ideyto oihrry on bukhiness.
A eb | _ 3.0O. $0 AG.
xy Q RQOCHE
1AS tiooda to the stor'e-nekt tA tlh
pst-o~oowherYthe ,will lbetglad to ri
e vp is ienustyd oustonserp.,
ling f Sanpl wglio kept o:
afrom *hieb o.ous era may talk
puh-nd elia gocde ev6*breng1
, o"$4p g eared to out , ItnaI
xpgqpdsgt pse who desire.
'I9:!ii6ts' all~I kidse
a - OlPt()a9 10. . )
gh , Ae Me~t oontinuaos of r i
mean e1.I' ~!~~ ~
HER OWN WO
. TttMORI, MD. NO. 18, 187.
rMr--b u. 8mvra years I haib got a gol-v
and very painful foot. I had iome. phe
but they couldn't cure 'ire. NoWl eard of
,your VEG I11INXt from a lady wt wvao very
ick for a ling time and betame %felo 1 from
V our V tine and V wont and bo ht me orn
MeDforegetine; and after. had, tlsed
one otl, the ins leit me, AadW began to
h then al another b13 e,'and so I
taeh yet. I thank God for thto medy and
anl1lpSti wisbn ove-y sufrd r~ay pay
atti to It. I l In for ent yip
Mi.. A'B, I
688 est Baltim reStreet.
SAFE AND SURE,-.
MR.I. 11It. STsVws I
In 1819 p wan recommended to
ae; and yiee asios of a friend,
I consentod to t7 i A: , ine I was Suffer
ing from gefte'ald luty 1nix nervous, prostra
tion super4iGuced by-overwork and Irregular
habia . t t e an i *ur -
s ten u sr om t q ; id " 4 .I t p e r .
suandpoeru OhLO 14 a h po tig me
and restring the wasted 9s4qn toaa new li
and energ . VEGETINE la the only medicyne
I uibe an a as long as I live I ievog erxpeot to
Yours trr, L
120 Monterey a reet, AWIegany, n.
___g _ ne ly Pi
T11 BJ'ST SPRING MEDIGINE.
Mu.. It., ATEVNs ! IRISON
Dear Sir-:This Is to cortY iS9Ipveus
your "iilb66d'Pre Aratohm Afttl yl ftor
sver l yea gt 1t4 tIat,jrj_&rorula or
Ca kiou i H rlra or he a ections it
Casluet be RX1041le0(1 V1n as a lqd t ler and
spring medice no It as the be~ Vhlflbavo ever
used. -,-, I have used alm~t ev, ryI. I can
l.e~rtly rcbbmd it to ney e aed 01
Plchl a m e d r
RSI.- A. .InsefORE,
WHAT, I NEEDED.
II. R. SaruvvsE,-. BorrN, geb. 18, 1871.
Dear Sir--About one year since I found my
self in a feeble dobditlon from general debility.
VEQETINE wasstron ly. rcownlodred to me
by A friend Wto had b-On bnefLt by its use
.procured the article, and, atter pig several
bifles, was restored to h3 a th, Aie discon.
tinued its use. I feel quite conil ten that there
is no medicine superior to it -1V' those con
paints for which it isp al reared, and
would cheerfully tieomnddft to tosek who
feel that they nied s8QOethIpg q restore them
to perfect health. lIt .. etoeUll
* *W". "E kENkGILL.'
Firm S.l.Pet lu&co.,
ALL HAVE OBT4INED RELTEF.
SOUTI! D1mnwxCx, Us.., Jan. 17, 181%~
11. R. STEvSTS, ,,n ,
Dear Sir-I have ad dyspea. In Its wormi
form the inst ten years, and a e taken hul.
dreds of dollars' worth of meilene witiout ob
taining any relief. Iti emoptnb6i' iast 'I Con.
meaced takiag the Yegotlne, sipqc Witth time
my health ils steadi y im prov. my foo
digett well, and I hav~g Miedi zoud
of flesh. 'he are v Al tIe n Th
aking VEE TIN, n all hnd e tine
t. Yours trulyqalhveotie
Oveser o cin TIJOMAS H.MtORR,
Overseer ofcard Room, Portsmouth Cola Mills
BO TON, A
(ogetiue Is old by all DriggIsts.
~g~Pogq br Chrisf:naO.
0p~ 4rng~c rf ifltl~,af
te rigo e lre9 o tlyar
neldtd tho faot lIi ' he bas fitz ,t6b:
1nstanoe. In his stook are tis follow
buOtaVta Ao (d~,ogniie Br~nd
t)dgenuine Jauais Rum, geomino 1
ainot Rye, genuh- e 1868, Roanooke
3 ye Whiskey, 'gonno Kniderbooker
R fy.eW!~skey, genuine N, C. -Appie
B~ruandy, genuine N. C. Sweet (aah Coya
Whihikey, gen ut..e' Rtohe Mouraarn Seur
Mash . 'orzn Whiskey, genuine Ba3uehe,
Fils & ,o, Champagne, flno Ida4 Talice
S h~rry1 and a full- stock of all Do:Wdstio
Liq nors* sVines. 4lga, Cigsr.eTobgesP
Pipes, &e., &ol
WATERS*0IIRESTR10N el. ORGAN
I' a~easi~ rea".s -
tesiop wIh a Pp
anvese an e nm4
A A ir@.n Fre b I
&iTEV rnhldr man d
ne ,whin OTrtOti i ip 'I d
ee tevsaan~e &,ahs aae
'At Oakland, California, last week,
Dr. Carver, with a rifle, broke 885
glass balls out of 1,000 tossed from
a pbint twenty feet distant. The
time, including all stoppages, was
three hours And three minutes.
'6retary Sherman says he has no
kak owledge "that anybody ever
c4led him a damned fool." He
must have made this remark before
the returns camo in from his letter
to Rettuning Board Anderson.
If the, -administration must send
army officers to New Orleans to see
about the members of the Return..
ing Board, it should pick out Gener.
al Phil Sheridan. He knows Wells
and gave his opinion of him ton
When a man marries a wife for the
.sake of her father's money and ro
turns from his honeymoon to find
that the old gentleman has just paid
thirty cents on the dollar he is apt
to feel that Mr. Beecher and Colo
nbl Ingersoll are misleading guides.
The Esquimaux have a beautiful
custom. When a little child dies
they lay a dog's head in the same
grave, under the impression that
when the child wakes up it can't find
its own way to the habitations of the
just, and that the instincts of the
dog will lead it thither.
The California papers cause it to
be ptnderstood that the Republicans
of the fourth district of the State
will renominate Mr. Pacheco for
Congress, and show the Democratic
majority of the House, which has
just voted him out of the seat, what
California indignation is when it is
once invited out.
The suggestion of the Washington
Post is that the prosecution of
Returning Board Anderson will
make him a Republican candidate
for vice-president in 1880. We fear,
however, that this is somewhat pre
mature. It does not now look as if
Anderson would be out, of jail dur
ing that interesting campaign.
The matter of yreserving the Old
South Church * boomlno vory
serious- to 'the Bostonians. The
pocketbooks of the new generation
do not appreciate the relies of the
past, and it is now proposed' to' kill
two birds with one stone by building
a block of 'stores and putting the
Old South on the roof. This is,'
however, -only ' 'half-measure. The
better way would be to suspend the
church in the air, with balloon as
cents at regular intervals. One of
the hardest things we have' to d
is to pay any -respect to the past.
Our fathers had a good time and are
gone. New let us clear away thd
ground and have another good timhe
all to ouiselves, is our motto.
Another questiori of 'i6rdp'ce
hbs ai-is9n among the Pibeibytqlang
o0 Canadla, and one ,which nay end
'in a schibm. A cler man was con%
pelled to cross A i 'river "'n 1iis
way to church.' efea'd" of 'riding,
eni a giveh Subda , as ~wds 1he' dus-'
town, he put on a pair 'of skates.
ie has been arraigned for bileaking
the Sabbath. The trouble wasB that
imndet' a - severe eros--euamItiaon
he confessed to a' certhin d'egree of
pleasure in skating. If it had been
painful to himn then the. Sabba~th
wvouild have remnainod intact, fo~r i 4is
peifectly la'wful ib 'da dhsagrdeeable
things on that day ; but 'he aetually
had the, audacity to enjoy it, and
took o~ iis algates and hid' thern in
the lyushps with'soniething that ap
pioached a sigh,' and 'that was'
natughtyrto the last degree.' There
are some ministers ii thia -'vicinity,
who, though they cannot cut a figure
ot} the ice, cai cut a terrible figure
in the pulpit and yet nothing is
. Aoups:~ To REsTOiB REEPIRA --
t-hiSghl~lyenion gonfsigts of i
si pro6cylmdet' largg enough to
re e~v the btidy of an adult p erson,
6t Is blesed 'at"oode' end,; "anido'the -
I dxyof jp iiet is' ainserted, , feet,
se~pt at thg open' epd up to the
ecrousid which ,a diaphragm is
vent wifromientering-the '-cylii er.
An ai-p9 ja ,I~egasehOe t9., wor'k
the air of the cylinder is p~artially
exhanitdt *hemi theroiter airenters
tion'Nth y - itae Ben
Best five o~t g $
REV. MU. CIIIeliEsTRlt.-The ser
mon of this gentleman in the' Pres
byterian Church on Sundayi Ynorn
ing was a -finished production, as
remarkable for its logic, piety and
eloquence, as for the beauty of
diction which characterized its
delivery. At the conclusion of the
sermon, Mr. Chichester in forcible
but modest terms gave a history of
the Theological Seminary at'Co
lumbia, South Carolina, whichi iis
open to all denomiinaions and a
ed ucatod much the,. larger pqrtion
of the Presbytorian clergy of "Goor
gia and the noighbohlng Siateo.
Spiritually, the institution is move
flourishing than for many' yetrs
past, but alas, owing to the desola
tions and after effects of the war,
its munificent endowment has either
been swept away, or is non-romun-,
erativo to a great extent. The
learned and venerable divinos, there
fore, who compose the faculty, have
received but half of their mnoderate
stipends for the past year., 4ngong
the number are those aget Saints,
George Howe and Dr. PhIner,
Dr. Girardeau and others; whose
lives have been devoted to the work
of educating a capable and intelli-.
gent ministry, which is of such
incalculable benefit to any peopl.
No object could be more worthy,,
and wo trust the response on the
part of our community will be
liboral.- Macon (Ga.) Telegraph.
Tim STANDARD ttEMEDIES for al
diseases of the lungs are SChenck%
Punonic Syrup, Schenek's SeW
Wood Tonic, and Sehenck's Man
drake Pills, and if taken before the
lungs are destroyed they effect a,
speedy cure. To these medicines
Dr. J. H. Schenok, of Philadelphia,
owes his unrivalled succeSs in the
treatment of pulmonary diseases.
The Pulmonic Syrup ripens the
morbid matter in the' lungs,'natule
throws it off by an easy expectora
tion, and the patient has reliet from
the prostrating cough. The Man"
drake Pills must be freely used to
cloanse and stimulate the 'stomaclI
and liver; they remove all obstrue:
tions, relax the gall -bladder. and
start the bile freely, anfl the liver.
is .inon relieved. Scherck's Sea"
WbVd Tonic is a' genth' stindlart"
and alterative.: the alkali of whidhl
it~is composed mixes with the fo~d,
and prevents souring. It assistthe
digestion by toiligg up the Rstopgh,
to a healthy condition, so t I't e"
food and the Pulhionic S*rih"
mnake -good, blood; thenI'the Ike
heal, and the patient 'will.surel )get!
well if care is taken to , avpi 'fresh
cold. Full direction3 acconpany
each preparation. All who wish to
consrlt Dr. Schenck pei'abnally,' cai
dotto at his principal office; coiner
of Sixth and Arch Sts., ].hiladelphiW
Letters to the above R(res
asking advice, answered fro of
Sohenck's Medicines are sold by
CONSOMP'TroN ' CtmAND Ah d6 "
phydician, retired froiipfcttid
havihg had 'placedt in 'his 'h iidsbf
an '"Eaet sindia missibndry tb
foinula' of Ik simple vegetabl" 'renidr'"
dy; for the speedy ad" eznanent'
care 'of cedaninption,' broilebitid,"
catarth, asthma, ahd all 'tWi'dat d'
lung aftectidas, Mildi '#ddiffif 'AWa'
radieal cura' for' 'ne1960s' ,debilit4
aild all nernvbns coinplaih'tg; affee"
hkving tested its wondefful' buiatye's
powers in thoul4atde of oasds, hrjo
felt it his duty' to' makellykno*W td0
his buffering fellows.' A'nthafdif
this 'motive, aind a debit% -to'fi
huzian snfferine, I Will Ny, fre"6b 1
chat'ge, to all wvho dediho it; "thi '
recipe in Gerrnan, French, '6i' Eng.
lish, with full difdctions'for iogar."
ing and using. Sent by lfnail "b'
addtessing with starap, nri hs
paerV. W-Sherar, 126' Fo f
Hans " tyr fo'I' r cL hiL "er
ectt bf thdne tbein 'nam''l' h"' f
And bringn downi hi. %d~d r661
the side 1 hik %"lby 'bjv *&bfN
m*bke the ec116 of th~ slub
biir trdiahers 6eoket. '
T~hedi, ia' 0 io zdiS
ImWee lid wildly tBed' whe" IIE~
t4o*wWl be the. jie ftj 6b e
It ro de # #1 6
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