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TOTAL ABSTINENCE SAVING WINE TILL IT
There is a curious story about some native
wines which are extensively advertised nowa
days, and have only recently been put upon
the market. Dr. Underhill, the well-known
ape-grower of Croton Point, died in 187r.
ome of his heirs entertained temperance
views of such extreme i.,nd, that they were
unwilling to allow the stock of wines then on
hand to be sold or any more to be made.
The grapes have sometimes been sent to
market, and sometimes left to decay upon
the vines, It is only now that the other heirs
have succeeded in arranging for a settlement
of the estate and the sale of the wines on
hand. Among these is a wine of the vintage
of 1864, described as a "Sweet Union Port,''
but suggesting the Imperial Tokay more
than any other European wine, and being
wholly unlike any other wine of American
growlh Its purity, age and mellowness are
remarkable, and both physicians and wige
fanciers have a special Interest in It as the
oldest native wine now accessible in any con
siderable quantity. The whole stock is I ntheI
hands of the well-known wholesale grocery
house of the Thurbers.-N. Y. TriDune,
Nov. 19, Ju/7.
The above speaks for itself, but we would
add fhat this is the pure juice of the grape,
neither drugged, liquored nor watered ; that it
has been ripened and mellowed by age, and
for medicinal or sacramental purposes It is
unsurpassed. It can be obtained from most
of the leading Druggists throughout the
United States, and at wholesale from the
unadersigned, who will forward descriptive
pamphlet, free of charge, on application.
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & Co.
West Bmtaduuy, Reads and Hudsovi Sinst4~
VTE hereby give notice to all parties
that we will give no credit to anyono, but
will soil goods for CASH, .AND GASH
ONLY. Parties are notified to send no
orders to our storo, as the goods will not
be delivered without the GASH.
SUGENBEIME~R & GROEJSOHEL.,
I WILL TRY VEGTTINE.
AND WAS CURED.
DErAwAIE. 0., Feb. 16, 1877.
Mu. HI. R. STEvENs:
Dear Sir -I wish to givo you this testi
miny, that you may know, aud lot others
know, what Vegetino has done for me.
About two years ago at small sore cane
of my leg; it soon became a large Ulcer,
so troublessomle tiat I consulted the do
tor, but I got no relief, growing worso
from day to lay. I slflered terribly; I
could not rest day or night; I was so
re-luceif my friends thought I would
never recover; I consulted a doctor
at Columbus. I followed hid advice;
it did no good. I can truly say I
was discouraged. At this lime I was
looking over iumy newspaper. I saw your
advertisement of Vegetino, the "Great
Blood Pturifier" t.r cleansing the blood
from all impulitios, curing humors, ul
cers, &c. I said to my family, I will try
some of the Vegetino. Before I had used
the first bottle I began to feel better. I
made up my mind I had got the right
medicine at last. I continued taking the
vegetite. I took thirteen bottles. My
health is good. The Ulcer is gone, and
I am able to attend to business. I paid
about four hundr.d dollars for medioine
and doctors before I bought the Vegetino.
I have reconlmended Vegetine to others
with good success. I always keep a bot -
tie of it in the lolese now. It is a most
Very respectfully yours,
.A F. ANTIONI.
Mr. Anthoni is one of the pioneers of
Delaware, 0. le settled hero in 1834.
He is a wealthy gentleman, of the firm
of F. Anthoni & Sons. Mr. Anthoni is
extensively known, especially among the
Germans Ito is well known in Cincin
nati. le is respected by all.
ItrunE lroo.--In morbid conditions
of the blood are many diceases; such as
salt-rheum. ring-worm, boils, car"bucles,
sores, ulcers and pimples. In this eon
dition of theblood try the Vegetine, and
euro these affee ions. As a blood puri
fier it has no elual. Its etl.cts are won
YEG ETI I.XI
DoCEsTnR, \ASS., Jtune 11.
)ear Sir --I feel it my duty to say one
worid in regard to the great benefit i have
received from the use of one of the
greatest wonders of the world: it is your
Vegtine. I have been one of the great
est sutferers for the lst ei.ht years that
ever could be living. 1 do sin,erelr
tlhns my God and your Vegetine for the
r'lief I have got. Teio I heumatism has
pained me to such an extent, that my
f.e broke out in sores. For the hust
three years I have not been able to walk,
nOW 1 eun walk and sleep, atnd do my
worK as welt as I ever dii, and I mustsay
I owe it all to your blood puri tier, Vege
VmTIs.--'The great success of the
Veget ino as a cleanser and purifier of the
blood is shown beyond a doubt by the
great unullbers who have taken it, and
rceeived immediate relief, with such re
VEG ETN E
Is B tter Than Ally Melicin e.
HsNnErsox, K v.. Dec., 1877.
I have used II. P. Stevens' Vegetine,
and li e it better than any medicine I
have used for purifying till blood. One
bottle of Vegetino accomnplishel more
good than all other medicines I have
VEoETINE is composed of Roots, ]3arks
and Herbs. It is very pleasant to taso;
every child likes it.
Recoflllueded by M!. D.'s.
Dear Mir-I have solul Vegetino for a
long time, and find it gives most excel
A. IB. DE FIES'T, M. D.,
H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass.
Vegetlnle is Sold by all Dlruggists.
Best is fThoapest.
Silent Sewinq Machine.
Latest Invention, Producing Marvelous
Its surpassing merlt places ft beyon'd all COmf
petition, and makes It, t,he cheapest,, notwith-.
standling t.he large inducementis offered by
sellers of noisy, ihad-running, troublesome, two.
thread, teaon machines.
Oinly3Machine in the World witL
Autoumatic Featur'es, and
wIth no Tension to
Write by Postal Card for Price List, List
of Offioes, &o.
WILLCOX & G111J8 S. M.CO
)Goa sina 8. 668 n~o .w )T
THEl: LO IsR HO USE,N
A Nomination from Horob, and an En
dorsement of Mr. Gaillard.
Aessrs. Ed itors :-Please an
nounce Mr. J. W. Robinson a call
didato for a seat in tho next
Legislature. Mr. Robinson is a
gentleman of undoubted integrity,
honesty and intelligenco.
And, Messrs. Editors, since you
have so kindly thrown open your
columns for the discussion of the
merits of candidat6s, we would
say that wo heartily endorse the
past course of Capt. H. A. Gaillard,
and believe, in recognition of his
services, it is but proper that ho
should be returned to the Legisla
turo. With such men as Gaillard
and Robinson in the law-making
branch of our government, the
citizens of old Fairfield may safely
assert that we have at least two
"right men in the right place."
Another Communication from Mr. D
Mlessrs. Edklitors :-Your corres
pondent '"Littlo River" is a Myth.
He cannot be found in tho South
East corner of Township No. 1 ;
diligent search has been made for
him, among the hilla and swamps of
the "South East Corner" and he is
non est. It also seems that your
correspondent, "Fair Play" is in
swanpum up stumpum, non est
comneatibus. The would be wit and
traditionalist of the "Dark Corner"
is simply an illustration that Josh
Billings was correct, when he can
tioncl those who would become
wits, "to first examine themselves
closely and see if they were not
better fitted to become .'hools !"
"Bull Street" does not know what
ho is talking about, were James Ii.
Aiken living, he could tell the
public how the name originated.
He originated the name ; and "Bull
Streets" Daddy or Grand Daddy had
nothing whatevor to do with it.
Your Gladden's Grove correspon
dent "Gunter," must be an Alarmist;
lie seems to be fearful that the
"Corn Field Politicians" will if they
are not careful bring some great
calamity on the country, as one of
the Politicians above named, I bog
to assure "Gunter" that wo haV no
such Intentions, that we simply
propose to change Partners f,r the
next Dance, and if we ,uc3eed in
doing so, we also propose to make
some Radical clanes in the L vs;
we have too many Laws ; there is an
old Truism we have been familiar
with since ovhood : that those are
the best governed, who are governed
the least ; in ante- bolum times, we
had suchl government. We are not
regretting the p)ast, with that wve
now have nothing to do ; the Pres-.
ont, the Future, is what wve have to
deal with. We the Democrats, (not
the Corn Field Politicians) are now
in power, have had two sessions of
the Legislature, and what has been
dono for the relief of us "Corn Field
Politicians ?" Why nothing, simup,
ly nothing ; we the Democrats have
the p)restige of power ; and that is
all, simply all. The sessions of the
Legislature are quite as long if not
longer than the Radical Legislature; '
and the most it has done for the
relief of us aCorn Field Politiciarns"
(I thank "Guntor" for the name it
means something) was to saddle the
whole Radical Debt of the State,
fraudulent and otherwise, upon our
children and grand children to pay ;
for we can never pay it ourselves;
as our Legislatur'o has kindcly taken
the only sure and sppedy means, we
had in our possession, to pay with,
away from us, and given it to seve
ral companies, created a monopoly;
in the interest of who ? Not u sc.I
F. P.s, you may rest assured, but ]
in that of the Capitalist. Now
Messrs. Editors, in all candor, is, or
wa o hat, .Ph/osphatc.Bill, a big
thing, is it not an outrae upon the
rights and Interests of the people ;
how did our Representatives Messr~s.
Gaillard and Brico vote on the Bill,
(I see the lat ter has been announced
as a candidate for r'e-election, and
should therefore be required to give
an' account of his Stewardship;)
I hope they voted against it, if theyI
did not the 0. F. P.s of old Fair -
field should rise 'in their majesty,
and give thbem suoh a rebuke at the
ballot box ; that it will in the future
deter her Representatives from
falling into the samo error; C. F. P.s,
you are wanted, the time has come
when you are expected, to stand
shoulder to shoulder, to touch
elbows ; to give each other the C.
F. P. grip, and the assurance, that
we will stand by each other in this
"Crusade" that has been originated,
(not against any class 6r profes-.
sion) but in the interests of the
C. F. P.s ; Brothers our very Fi.
nancial life depends upon the suc
cess of this "Crusade." We have
had to endure; Ten Years of Radical
oppression ; and for two ye trs now;
we havo simply changed Masters.
We have asked for Broad, and have
been given a Stone ; asked for corn,
and the husks have been given ua ;
What shall we do ? Sit supinely
down and submit to such an out
rage ? We think not, and unless
the C. F. P.s, of old Fairfield are
made of different stuff, to that, of
which their Daddys and Grand
I)addys wore made they will rise in
their Majesty, and say we have hi.a
enough of this Class Legislation,
and in order to have a thorough and
Radical change ; we are going to
change partners. C. F. P.s, of old
Fairfield, there is a C. F. P. ticket
before you ; Can. you ? Will you?
Sustain it ? You are acquainted
with the Gentlemen that compose
that Ticket, they are all true and
rried C. F. Ps, and need no eulogy
Your Humble Servant,
D. R. FEASTER.
THE PHosPHATE QUESTION.-The
following action was taken by Ches
ter Pomona Grange, at their recent
nmee;ing at Feasterville, July 17th,
aid directed to be published :
"The Pomona Grange of Chester
aounty, S. C., discarding all pre
tension to conti ol the political
sentiments of any'party with which
they have no connection, and with
ut imputing ary improper motives
to any one,yot as the watchful guard
ian of the interests of the farming
ominunity, which is the real wealth
f the State, desires to place on
record its disapprobation of the
class legislation at the last sesion of
the Legislature of (South Carolina,
my which the burden of our farm
ing contnunity is increased to the
detriment of an already too sadly
iml)overished State, and do sco:'ee
ly hone and will cherish the belief
that some remedy may be devised at
the ensuing session of our next Leg-.
islature against the threatened mo
nopoly of the phosphate interests of
the State, which is so intimately
ntorwoven with our own."
FATAL PINcuHING.--Charles 0. Mich.
o], a little boy who was severely
)inchod by Mlrs. Christine Meyer
>n the 8th of last October, died
yesterday morning at his home, No.
273 Aliceanna street, from the ef
fects of the injuries. On the day
referred to Michael, who attend ed
English Grammer School No. 3, on
r'rinity street. had a quarrel with it
ion of Mrs. Moyer, and the latter
>ecomning munch incensed against
umn camne to the school during re
css and gave him what she termed
I shaking. A feiv days afterwards
'me became suddenly ill, his ar m was
treatly swollen, and it was necessa,
'y to send him to the Maryland
University Hospital. He was "sub
~equently taken back home and
>laced uindor thme care of Die.
S~vans, b)ut the parents refusing to
invo the ar'm amputated, the swell
ng extended to the shoulder and
inally caused his death. The prints
f Mrs. Moyer's fingers were plain
y visible all during his sickness on
~he arm. She was airrested soon
fter the pinching occurred, but
v'as adjudged guilty of only common
Lssault and subjected to a small
STANDARD SILvER DoLL,AR.--MeXmew
~an silver dollars and United States
~rade dollars are parchased as buli
ion at the Philadelphia Mint and
sasay Office, New York, at the
quivalent of the London rate for
iilver' on the clay of purchase, less
one-half cent por ounce, p)ayable in
standard silver dollars. The bul-.
Lion or mint value of the Mexican
mnd trade dollar under the above
regulation and the present price of
silver is about ninety and a half
cents ; neither the Mexican nor the
trade dollar is a legal tender, and
when offered in payment may be
lawfully refused by any one. It was
expoected that the New Orleans
Mint would be ready to commence
purchasing Mexicaln and trade
dollars on the above -terms about
the 1st of this month.
Michigan lovers save a . dollar by
crossing into Indiana to be. n are