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TIlE NEWS AND HERALD.
WINNSUOR0, S. C.
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Ti!URSDAY, Octobor 30, 1 1 3 1870,
,&- Mi . AND #78i, EsTiiou.
-. S . R B 7NO LDS,. AssOCIATn RDIT0on.
ArLTIIounX th10- Stato election is
nrvii than a year ofy, the papers arc
n! ady dtiscuissinig the merits ofdifl'r
(eI promineiit miei. As a matter of
Ii. rest we shall publish the most i
p .':tnt as they appear, merely to
-1 x the drill ofopinionl. It. i. yet
too e1rly to discuss the canididpites
sEr ,uesly. We nst, say we do uot
CoI ur by ny means inl some of the
IL sExNi.:il, lhe editor of a dirty
lit le Lonion pliper "Town TWAl,"
has beeni senitenceed to eighteeni miioniths
in prison, Ior his recent slanderous
a tacks upon Mrs. Lnngtry and Mrs.
ConIwallis West, thie two Engish
beaties. Hlis charges were that Mlr.
Langu ry was about to sue for a divorce
fromihis wife, aid that Mrs. West
derived her principal reveio from
(te sale or ter photographs. Tho
Prince of Wales figured it, the scan
dal. Thle judge regr< t. I that he
could not sentence Rosen org to hard
labor for his malicious falsehoods.
Tn-rn registry ot voteis inl New York
City this year reaches 160,000. In
1875 the total registration was 1-1,
838, in 1876 it rose to 183,064, but in
1877 It. fell to 113,015, rising ag!ain in
1878 to 1-58.914. The vote ol thie
fourth of November will be very
hiavy, andIl the JIerald thinks that the
city will decido the cleelion. Cornell
ht ins ILI the wIay from t wentyv to one
hundred thiolsilnd majority* in tle
Sate, bit a good part or thIs is pt-e
bi lf. Sill it. seems impossible For
JPobinlsonl to winl aga-inst both Cornell
Au.Umsx to the objectiong urged
by1:v many inist the custom r
oflicials have of delivering lay ser
mons, the Augusta Chronicle cites the
example of Lord Cairns, Lord IJIi4ih
Chancellor of England, and presiding
ofller of tle ouse of Lords, who
Pregnuly preaches the Gospel on
mys.' A London letter says this
eXample is followed by a unber of
list inguished Englishimeii. Covernor
(01 huitt is the Iiost notable instalce
in America. George Wilihamn( Curts,
the edlitor of, I/mrper's Week/y, is lay
reader in mdi Episcopal chml'ichI near
New York City. De ia MNlyr, the
1(l -nL G'reiinback ConIgress11iani, an13d
E~al ik. the Kearneyist mayor or San
vm Sio, nre 1reg'uhaIrly licensed
Lren.-irs. iThe last, naied is an un
* ii dse:impi . In a public speech
.1 d- luned at mnost excellent. ladv%.
j lad le Young's bullet killed him,
and il-hangman presided over De
Youn. 's decease, Califlornia would
have l bi letter off. Gov. Colquitt
and Alv :. ('uri is are gentlemen of-high
initeg.rity and( inoral worth. We fear
tha31 Mr. Dec ha Mat yr is alnost too
miuch of a pioliticiani to be a good
preachier. The people of Maine re
fused to let him prechII in3 thiri
F idu ojlA chates, arbut he countr
ig senimenst tthe hiiieroen of Appo
":uIl thnk( i ifNpC'oedon, weerl
-uI~ on ho c-ed abtouthi countiriv
'n., thme greatest man in history ; but,
:.3 a tuned out, he was one0 of the
p ' (ilsi- 1. I niever' had10 anly symtpathiy
or1 him i, no~r r'espect for his 'achiieve
iut. wonider alt his imarvellous deed2(s."
of the~l younug ladies aisked General
"Questionsand Ansers, a~ sorto
t wo hareis i history (10 von dis
Yet the chie' objection raised against
Grant, hiinself (luring his admninistra
tion wvas the great solicitude hie ever
showed "'for the advancement of his
family aiid his personal powver." It
is aniother' caso of pot .calling kettle
black. John should not have been so
The conditin ot' the Pi'esbyterian
Th'leological Semninar'y ini Colmbia has
evoked a lively discussion in the Geor
gia Syinod. Th'le Chrwoniclo and Scni
Cei'tain leading questions by Mr.
Goridoii, of Savannahl I, aiid Dri. Irvine,
oif Aiiguista, Gai., briOtaght out the sad(
informauion that the funids ot' the
Semiinaryv hand been wofully depressed
by the loss of ten thousand dllIars,
through the failure of a bogus and1(
bainkruipt factoryV In Alabama, seven
teen thousand dollars by the failure
of a coimercial house in Augusta,
Ofn., and very recently by the filure
of a1 house in Char'lestoni the lBoard
of Ti'ustees had lost twventy-flyo thou
sand dollars, making In all a loss of
fit'-two thousand dolnars.
Dr*. Tryine Eonidemned in str'ong
t rms the practice of Jendig thoell mna
oys pf the Semliary to maniufactnm.ring
and C0hmmercial hion'ses, and wvhiile hie
avoun not consture the lpard of Trus
tees fb'thie- past 'cond Ijt, as there
.wa~s 6l lously 1no Intont nal wrdng
dolig, yet he would urge the Syniod
most Oeriestly to be nut otts' in the
future as- to the sort of 'eurity dui
which they should Invest thle funds
enitrusted to thoir managemenit.-'These
funds(1 wprue collected In some cases
from large bequests, and in others
from~ the pockets of our poorest but
bust people, who,. in the . si1rit of
Cizristian liberalitye anti self--donIal,
were dle ro~us to stain tis noble
Iistitution, whicl hits proved a bless
ing to the count ry. these reported
lOsses had greatly disheartened aund
discouraged mnany of oir. people, who
fromt year to year were importuned
by their pastors aid traveliig Agents.
T 110 people of Augustia, for whowi lie
spoke, were now begiiniig to feel
that in contributlir to t lie Seminary
they wer throwing Illoley into Ia
! botftolless bucket. Dr. Ir'vino felt
deeply ald saIly for that (ear old
Sem iifry, an11d pledged himself . to
obey tie order of I lie Sy nod, bitll fear
ed his people, inainy of whiom hadm
been 1am11 oig tle cainiest frields of the
$eminary, were No d i Scouttraged by
its preselnt Ilariling condition1 tha1t.
they would not re-sponid, a1s they had
beeni inl tle habit of, doing"'.
Air. Aeckson, or omie, Chiairinti
of the Conmmit tee, deleded tihe re
port and its reSlcmminhat ion by sat
inlg 1that.l ill coml1panlies-iron omllpa
niies, railroamid com panies, vity v immiel,-I
palites alnd commercial hioises :nu(
bank ing compais-had been thiling
since the crisis of' 1873, ida ori
Seiiniry was only fiollowinug their
.Mr. Clisby infoiried tle Syilod that
the lloard otf"p Tisees had resolvei to
lend 110 ilore imloley of the Seninary
to commklikerIcial houses.
(This looks like locking f ho stable
door aifler the steed is stolenI.)
Dr. Woodrow, Moderiator, took the
grouind hat it was very difficult to
tind relible securities of, any, kind, as
bank stocks, railroad socks, factory
stocks, anid even the best; pavin
stocks were subject to fltlctutation,'aal
uniiless we could 1bid a board of
infiul/ibl men,- we were always in
jeopardy. Severln mem0cinbers liaving
'iddresse5d Ithe Synod, it wts fin1ally re
solved t. adopt. Ohe report. and a1pea
to (Ie SVnods of' South Carolin 1,
etorgia 1an(d Alabama to raise amlolng
their minh14.1lers twelve hiiundreI do
lars to imeet I he ex penses of' the cur
rent vearI. lainy 1wiembers o' the
Syniol were iit Saniinle in hlinig
that ihe Presbylerians of' these three
States would rise to a senZ4e or their
duy an 11(d ineet the vielergency.
Th'liis is a very lisheariening show
ing. The Seminary inl Columbia has
enijoyed a very high position, an1(d ill
time long course of' its existence has
turned out a large nimumiber 0 i able and
pious divines1. Its Suspension Iwould
be t great loss not only to (he peoplo
ci' Columbia but to li emitire State.
We hope some means canl be discov
I red of conitintiuing its Career of use
A TEACIIERS' INSTITUTE.
Messrs lEditor,:: Please give ic
spac in your 1paper to imake a sugges
1.0 (lie teachers of' oir conniv. That
suggestion is the organ izatioll oft a
Tealers' Inllstitti(e. Snch anl orali
:ation is ieedd as it nedian1 ot com
mi1tin1 t ion. A new impulse would
be givei to our work by a imiutual in
terelaige (or ideas co(ern kl ig (le
umier'its and defects of our text-books,
methods of teaching, best, Ilethods of
discipline, government, etc., Ce.
There is brain enougih inl our telachers
to make such an oirganization not onfly
R success but a blessinig to our teach
ers, and through these to or schools.
Wer'e our teachers to meiet imntly,
dlur'ing ouri school ter'm, sayV on *Wed
nesday (nlover on Sat uriday for teach
cr's), i.h an1 add~ress not exceidIing
lhiiy inutesl or an essay n8~Viot exceedn
hveinty inutesif~ , o1i some1 itmpor'tanit
topic or' depart umnt of science, it
would be ot' inealculable b~enefit. Th'le
day1~ 01n wlhi we miet should be
coiuted as5 a school day, and not lost
by (lie teachers. I would uhii(ler suig
gest thalt thle first meeOtin~g lhad best be
held ill the school roomi of' Mr. DIavis
in Winnsboro, and1( subsequent mecet
ings ini ofther1 tow~nshiips in regular' or
dter. .At 011ur f irst, mieetinug oflicer's could
be elected, a constitution and~ ruales ot'
ord(er' adopted anid a reguhar ln (of
muen? A. seconld to this met ion is in
or'der. ii. 1F. CJon-:.
Oun Na-xyr G'ovi.:txon.-Our' ex
chianges are alr1eadly agitaing1 t his sub
Wect iii a hiv~ely manneri01. Sevet'ral ntamtes
have been dliscuissedl. (ineral ll a
40o(d hats been'I menIt ioned, anid, at thle
same time11, abu~lsed~ pre'(tty ro(unly by
the Ahheville pr-ess. Abc(~owani seem's
to be tile (IhVOr'it c' (lite upper~l counIies10.
(Cary is also0 spoken1 of' pre'ty br'isklv,
which we'( regr'et to see, as8 1his views
are not at all ini accord with the spir'it
0of the~ age.
Th'ley 11ay do(1 very~ wvell to hurry by,
but they wonl't do tfor sober1 retlec'tion.
With (iar'y as a1 canIdiate, untless lie
we cannilo. go bef'ore the countryv with
"'equal11 political1 rights for' all r'acsand1(
(classes oft men"l' iniscribed on our banu
ner1, and~ we want nto canld~idato who
is nlot ini thomrouigh symipathy wvith this
sentimnent. Unl Iess we adhllere strictly
to thle liberal viewvs whlich worked th'ou
reOdemplltion1 of' ouri State atlready, .J. II.
Campbell may pult upi as 1a1n .Inloplend(
emit., and1( it wvill be hard wor'k to beat
T1his is onr gr'eatest danger*, wii'ich
camn (only be avertedl by (lie utmost har'
monyi~ and~ wisdomi on'the vart (of theo
D~etmiocratie Parit y.-Orant/cb '/m r'/ im es.
A FI-ouTuniiNcl FiAConv~u.-The
Piedmnonit.ii Mannteuinig (Complanly oin
Srt iiniday receivedl telegr'api c or'ders
for six hundred bales of' thoir goods,
three hiudr'ed of' which ar'e for expor't
to China, anld One hiundr'ed bales mor'e
for' thle same polut, which theoy canniiot
fill. The value of the goods thus or'
dere'd IS atbout $36,000, aL pretty goodi
Bale for one day. Last wveek the same
companmy received an1 order for 100,000
poundslof yar'n from one party, the
value of wich111 is abotit $17,00'0, and
on SAtur'day another large order' wats
received from another - pairtv. The
company cannot beginu to fill their'
ordlers. Thoir goods are popular, and
are being sought after from all parts
of the, country. Pr'esident IHammett
deser'ves great credit for pushling tils
enterprise to success. The water'
piower at Piedmnonit 1s suifflcienit to
double the ca'pacity of flue pr'esenut fiac
tory. The coimpaniy, has a surllus
cash capital of $58,000 in bank, whichi
they propose soon to invest itn cotton.
-"Ah, howv well (10 1 rememnbr-.
It was i the bleak November'," whlen
[ caught the cold that was wearing mq
surely anid swiftly away; but I heard
of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup; took It,
and am as well as over, *
-There is a misei In Massachusetts
who will not even give a inan advieo.
-How to tell a hostile Indian
whispor It to him through the telo
- When a cat is so mad i,at ho hair
stands on cnd she has a fur straight
-When we look west we feel that
we would like to see an lIidiani fall in
stead of ait Indian summer.
-People who (1o thiigs too men
for flite public to kino, entertain very
lofty ideas on the subject of "correct
anid pure" journalism.
-It is the soft song of the hero of
Fostoria: "S8tick close to yofir yard
stick, anid never go to war,' aud you'll
be tle ruler of Olioar."
-Ani exciinre says: . girls be
girls." That may1) suit. some o( them,
but iline out o('every (e would rather
be a miarried wvoiiai.
- bicago has juit had a market
qiiotatioi For its board of alermen,
a lobbyist recent ly promnising to secure
a illjority i tlie coiminion council for
Stwo thousaund dollars.
-Thie Rev. Mr. Gaul, of Philadel
phia, went to at Ilielagerie, anddid not
11nd aill tle aniials that lie had seen
pictured oil the street posters. Ile
denounced (lie show from his pulpit as
-"1Wy are you looking at Inc so
intently, Alice ?" said Theodore. "1I
was gazing at vacancy," replied Alice,
dreamily ; and yet there is a twinkle
about her mouith that shows her ap
praisement of the younug muan.
-Pedestriani (who has just dropped
alf -a-crown in front of "the Blind''):
"Why, you (lolfudeth-ld hiumibuig,
you're not blind !" ieggar1: "Not 1,
sir i .I f the card says I am, they iunust
have given ie at Ironig One. 1'mui deaf
-When a nan buys a new hut his
mtalo accuiuinianlees tiike it. oflexaine
it, and ilul ire (e price. Whein Ia
wonutii gets a iew oe i her femtale
1t'i nds turn u1p their noses at it an1d
call it ia "horridi thing." That is the
difference between the two.
-Of course we don't believe tle re
port that Alary Anderson employed
that woniani to shoot. her mntagiller aml
(lien conuniIiit suiciide flr the purpose of
sveuring at fe thousand dollars' worth
or free adivertising. It ma1y look that
way, however.-NAorristolwnv Herald.
-A perplexed German who had
iiulde i glrlnenit for i yoiut i, and found
himluself unable to dispOse of the sur
plis fullness which appeared when
trying it oi tile young candidato, do
ctlared vociferously that "de coat ish
goot. It ish no fauilt of dE coat. Do
poy ish too simii!"
--An exchaige says: "Kerosene
will imake tea-ket ties shinie as brighit
as iew." "Yes," rmiarks aui'ther
Ip', "kcrosene vill do wonders; it
will niake a whole house shine so that
it call be sen for miles, but it is dread
rfully destrucletive to palint."1
-If tfhe youiug ladies attendiing
church woult give Imore attenitioii to
the numier of (le hiymii (lie lmstor
geives out. a id not so imiuch attention
to) tle numier o bins that are in tle
chu rch, hey wouild not be so apt to
Since .00, Iymin while tle Contgregltion
ae siniginig another.
-A . London scienific. 1 journal says
thle cuieuimber is known to have been
cultivated (hr more thani three thious
anid years-thait it wvas extensivelv
grownii nl antocnt Egyp)t. Perhaps it
wasj~ thle ecumnber ando not the asp' thtt
(copatra took to her bosoum with thait
taol result. We always didl doubt
hazt snake1( story.
- "Mammna," saido a wicked voung
ster, "'am1 1 vour canoe ?" "'No, my
child, why (l0 you ask ?" "Oh, be
cau'11 ualwyssa you like to see
peopile padlel t heir ownm canio; and I
dlithi't knowv but mnaybe I was yous."'
TPhe boy went oult'of the( door1 with
miore reference to speed thant grace.
-Mirs. D~unshudder fed0 a trampni yes
(crdoay becuse lie woreo an ol army
coiat of faded0( blue. "'You wenit
thirough the war!" said (lie symnpa
thiet ic soul. "Yes'm; I was driumu
mler," and1( wheni (lie fellowv reached
the sidewalk lie concluded the sonl
tence, "foir a hardware store in Clhi
cag."- Utica O/>scrvcr.
-The Austin ilerci//c says: An In
dhiani eine inito this 0o1llee'on Sunday
while onie of (lie compijositorsq was dlis
(ributing type. The Indtiani said:
"Y ou woik Sundav~i?" Anid upon01
beinlg answeredl ini thle aillrnmiative, con
tinued- " 'Work Sundav lie go downm
hi-l; Indian no0 work 'Sunday go uip
star." Sonie one ha~s bceen stuillig fliat
lndianu. Whuoever' heard of an Indian
goinig to the starls?
-Fr'om (lie British fleet in Eastern
waters: A young muidishipmanluu wvent
out to joini his ship, commuianded by a
galhimt oleker, or otherwise rather a
l)on. lHe was met on deck by the
capltauin, who said: "Well,1 youngster,
so you've comie to join us. I suppose
it's the story-the fool of the lamily,
chi? 1111w, haw 1" T1o which the mid-'
(dy relhiedl, in a squecaky voice, "Oh,
no, sir'~ it's all cIhan~ged sinco youir
day." }xit captalin.
-An English paper relates that In a
farmi house at Kru'kcahly, a templtling
ham hung from one of the rafters, aund
a rat with rare instinct gnawed a hole
in lhe woodwork directly over it, do
scendmgi ate its wyinito the Interior
of thie sweet morsel. One dlay the
housew',ife started to take the ham
dlown, wihen~ omit bolted flue depredator
and Up t hrouugh the hole. Te h'am
waus a perfect shell, skin amid bonue only
r'emaining to show its ihrm, while the
rat had b~egunu to build a niest in it.
-A St. Louis man wvas in Deniver
last week at the time of the Ute rebel
lion, anud on the mor'ning of (lie 2d lie
receivedl this telegraphic columuica
tioni from Is wife. "St. LouIs, Octo
bori. 2.-For heaven's sake come home,
if you are alive. I amn so uneasy about
Yotu since I read the paIpers this mornu
lug. HIow necar are you to the Beeone
of the mnassacre? Mary." This r'e
minds uis of' thme Boston girl who want
0(1 to know whether the buffaloes ran
airoumnd theostreets of St. Louis at nIght.
Colorado covers 1041,000 square miles
-mor'e tei'ritory thtan aull the Now
Eulgland States combned.-St. Loui's
- The rush of emigration to the
West is illustrated by tIhi figures. col
lected it the Government Land Offico
at WVashuingtonu, which show that no
less thani 8,650,000 acres of public land
wecre takeni ump for .settlemetit In the
fiscal year ending July 1. ..In 1878 the
total was but 7,776,000 acres, and In
1877 only 8,480,000. At the i'ato land
Is bellig takenu up this senson the figures
for thue fiscal y'ea1' endin unext July
prIomhise to shmow that fully ton million
acs huavo beeni'diiiosed of.'
.+Pay vauw sm uutniiIo.
are 6*traoted from Vegotablo prednests
combining in them the Maudrake orMTiiy
A~0iplewhfhi~csrec-ognieod by -phiel-oline '
Appas, 6 i "t
s a substituto for onloinol, possesn1 n1
the virtues of & mznineral, withoub its
AS AN ANTI-BILIOUS
qteyaro incomparable. They stimulate
the 'Riti1iwn LIVl in orate th
WRV6OU3_Y3TEM, and givo tono to
foot digestion and thorough ssnimilatdii
of food Thiey exert a poworful influonco
on t. the IDNEYS and LIVElt,~-and
through theso organs removo all impuri
ties, thun vitaliring the tisauesof the body
and cauiusg a healthy condition of th6
AS AO ANTI-MALARIAL
R EM 0 EDY
Th hv noequal and as areault ot
asaproventive and ouro for Biliounste
and Fever and Ague. Uponthehoalthy
action of the Stonachtdependa, almos2
wholly, the health of the huniun race.
of the present generation. It is for the
Curo of this disease and its attendants,
F1'Ol oYO~Y 1N8TIPA''IVON, PILks, &.
have gained such a wido tpread reputa
tion. No Remedy has over been discov
ered that aces ii yngeitly on
the digestiv oigans iivin tuei tone
and vigor to assimilate food. Thin being
atccomplishmed, of courso the
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THE BRAIN IS NOURISiED,
AND TiHE BODY ROBUST,
Being composed of the jiicos of plants
extractedby powerful chemical agen.,
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A noted chemiet who has anlysed them, says
0 THERE 1 LIORE VIRTUE IN ONE OF
ZUTT'S PILLS, THAN CAN BE FOUND
IN A PINT OF ANY OTHER."
We therefore say to tho afnicted
Try this Romedy fairly, It will not
harm you, you havo nothing to
losebut will surely gain a Vigo
rous Body, Pure Blood, Strong
Norvos and a Cheerful Mind.
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TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
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SC1tM.o ny a inr1. applicatio of atis DYF:. Iti.
parts.aItrl(~i,,acsi~titn'aiy and ia
as 1irmIaon n spring wntsr. Sold by baugtato, or
sat byorpreps on receipt of 01.
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"]' Holloway has cured my headache
that was chronic.
''1 gave one of y our Pills to my babe
for cholera morbus. Tuo b dear little
thing got well in a (lay."
"Mly nausea of a morning is now
"Your box of Holloway's Ointment
enredl me of noises in tho head1. I
rubbed seome of your Ointment behind
the ears and the noise has left."
"Send mne two boxes; I want one for a
"I enclose a dollar; your price is 26
cents, but the medicine to mc is worth a
"Send me five boxes of your Pills,"
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Fon CUTANEOUS DISORDERS,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Oint
ment is miost invaluable. It does nol
heal externally alone', but penhetrates
with the most searchming effects to thc
very root of evil.
71OLLO WAYV'S OINTME~NT.
Possessed of this remedy, every mori
may be own doctor. It may be rubbed
into the system, so as to reach any in.
ternal complaint; by these means, eures
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contracted or' stiff joints, gout, rhouma
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3IrrNT CAUTION.-Nono are genine un
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ain l inment. Boxes at 25 ceni, 62 cents, anm
fV There is considerable saving by takini
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fob 15-1ly New York.
JUST ARRIVED one of the finest as
sortmnentq of Liquors in the Bore. Omt
Barrel of Gibson's Celebrated Old1 Nectar
1840; 'Three Barrels of fine 01(d Rye WVhis
key: 1st, Old Imperial Cabinet Whiskey
9 years old* 2nd, also, the Mabel Belle, I
ditto; 3rd, Itoanoko Rye, the oldest, 18
ditto. Cern Whiskov of the best grades
North Carolina Corn, Sweet and Sour Mash
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YELLOW PEYE.-BLAOE VOMIT
It is too soon to forgot the ravages.of this
tori ible diseasc, which will no doubt'return ir
a more malignant and virulent form in the full
months of 1879.
MERItMLi8 IIiPATINE, a remedy discov.
ered in Southern Nubia and used with sue
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most aggravated cases of fever are found,
causes from one to two ounces of bile to x
filtered or strained from the blood each time It
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from the blood by using MsAnsurm.s ltm'A'rmN
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A. F. MEiRELL & CO., Phila., Pa.
Dr. Pemberton's Stilligia, oP Queen's
fW"'he reports of wondrfuleures of Ithauma
tismn, Serofula, Salt ltihelun, Sy philis, Cancer,
Ulcers and Sores, that come front all plirts of
ti1e ootintry, are not only remarkable but se
miraculous as to be doubted was it, not for the
abundance of proof.
Romarkable Cure of Sorofula, &o,
CASE OF COL. J. C. ItANSON.
K INOTOTN, GA., September 15. 1871.
ORNTS :-For sixteen years I have been a great
sufferer from Scrofula in its mnost, distressin
forms. I have been confined to my room ind
hed for fifteen years with scrofulous ulcera
tions. The10 most approved remnedles for such
cases had been used, an(I the most emiilent
physielaatcits ~ited, witliout any deelted
IMneit. Thus prostnited, distressed, desioid
lug, I was advised by Dr. Ayer. nf Floyd Couni
ty, On., to cominence the use of your Compound
Ex tract, Stillingia. Languae as as insufi eient
to describe the relief I obtained from the use or
the Stillingli as it, 14 to convoy an adequato
idea of the Intenslt.y of my suffering before
using your medicine: sufficient to say. I aban
done< all of her remnedies and continued the use
of your Extract of Stillinga, until I can say
truly "I am cured of all pain," of all diseaso,
with nothing to obstruct the active pursutt of
iy profession. More than eight months havo
elapsed since this reinarkablo cure, without
ainy retutrn of the iSosos.
For the truth of 1.he above statement, I refer
to any gent leinn In liartow County, Ga., and
to the menmbo 8 of thlo bar of Cherokee Circuit
who are acquainted with mne. I shall over
remiain, wit li the deepest grat-itudo,
Your obedinnt, servatit,
J. C. BitANSON, Att'y. at Law.
WsT P01NT, G A., Sept. 10, 1870.
FENTs:--My ialughter was takeni on the 25th
(lay of .1 une, ISI, with what, was Sitppos.d to be
Acute ItheuInatisin, and was treated for the
same wilt 3 n success. In March, follo.Ing,
pieces of bone tegan to work out, of thei rigit
arm, and conlinuedt to appear till all the bone
fron. the elbow to the shouilder Joint came out..
Many lieces of bone came out. of right, foot and
. ithe case was then ironoeeneed ono of
\ tilte Swelling. After having been conlined
ahout six-years to her bed, anti the case con
sidered hopeless, I was inlhiced to try )r. Plem
bertons's Compound Extract of Stillingin. and
was so well satisiid with its effects that, I have
continulted the use of it until the present..
My ditighter wasconilned to her bed about
six years before she sat ip or evon turned over
without help. Sih( now sits u > all day, and
sews most. of her time-has wa ked across the
room. 11er general health is now good, and I
belle .e she vill, as her limbs gain strengl h.
walk well. I attrlbute her recovery, with the
blessing of God, to the use of your Invaluable
With gratitude, I am, yours truly,
W. B. BLANTON.
WNST PoINI, Ga., Sept. 10, 1s0.
ORNTS :-The above corthitcate o Mr. W. B.
Blanton we know and certify to as being trie.
The thing is so; hundreds of the mnost rospect
ed Citizens will certify to it. As much reference
can be given as may bi required.
CR A WFOilRD & WA LKPIt, Druggists.
ION. 11. D. W ILLIAMS.
M' Di. PEM BR RTON'S STILLINGIA is pre
pared by A. P. M EltitiC & CO., Phila., Pa.
Sold by 1111 Druggssts in t.00 bottlos, or sent
by express. Agents wanted to canvass every
' Send for Book--"Curious Story"--free to all.
Medicines sent to poor people payable in Instal
WE respectfully call the attention o~
the public to our new let of
Goods, and requetst an inspection of thoem
before purchasmng. Our goods have been
carefully selected, bought at bottom
prices, and w'ill be sold as low as they
can be bought from anybody anywhere.
We wvould call the attention of the
ladies to our line of Cloaks, Dross goods,
Fancy Gloods, Hosiery, etc. A very pret
ty assortment of Tics and other Neck
Goods. Laces, Edginags, Frillings, etc. in
Our Gents' Goods department is com
plete in every thing.
In heavy goods, such as Jeans, Kerseys,
1Fiannels, Hoesptuns, Blankets, &e., wc
are full up, at the lowest prices.
SIIOES I SUOES iI SIIOES!!!
Come and examine our Shoes befort
buying. Call antd see otur stock, and wt
wvill convinceoyou that we sell goods am
cheap as anybody.
JZP We are agents for J. & P'. Coata
Spool Cotton. and Bclding~ ]ros. & Co.'i
Spool Silk-NTow York Prices.
oct 7 AlMASTER, BRICE & CO.
ARRIVING EVERY DAE,
I. M. B3EATY has just returnei
from New York, and we ar. now re
ceiving a stock of Dry Goods and
Notions, Clothing and Hats, B3oots
and Shoes, Groceries, &c., whiol
was carefully selected, and bough
LOWEST (SASH PRICES.
We ask, not only our customers, bra
the whole community, to call ani
examine our goods.
3. M. BEATY & C0.
05 TO $6000 synar, or to $20 a da:
O0 in your locali risk, wr
tha te mout taedaboe.ono can tal
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can make frotl 50et, 6$9 anorby dt
votig your evening aad Spare, time to th
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Aug 19-.tomink ..lfndM e
Ha ir ior,
For re'toring Gray Hair to
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which is at onco
a g r e 0 a b 1 e,
healthy, and ef
foctua for pro
hair. Faded or
gray hair is soon
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with the gloss and freshness qf youth.
Thin hair is thickened, falling hair
checked, and baldness often, though
not always, wired by its use. Noth
ing can restere the hair where the
follicles are destroyed, or the glands
atrophied and decayed. But such as
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will keep it clean and vigorous. Its
occasional use will prevent the hair
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consequently prevent baldness. Free
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vigor can only benefit but not harm
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Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Ohemists,
Southern Purchasers of Pianos, Or
gaus. Musici Pui Iflations and
Sinal Musical I nstruluents
who are alive to their
own Interest, will
buy from the
MUSICAL ]EPOT OF THE SOUTH.
LUDDEN & BATES'
fUSIC H OUSE
And Branch Houscs
AUGUSTA, GA. IATLANTA, GA.
Gieo. 0. Roubins6n & Co. 10. L. niraumuiler & Co.
CInAILhESTON, 8. C. ICilAiILO TiE N. C.
A. K. o ltiaa .l C. NSuli ouf ouse.
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Savannah, Ga. is the Grand Musical Cmntre of a
Solid Musicai South, and from this Ccntral
Ditrlbui lug ilcpol, with its chain of
Brnch Miusic Ihouses, all under
one muanagement, and having
un form Prices and Terms,
arc dirawn the musical
supplics of the South.
A MAGNIFICENT SUCCESS
Pianos and LOrgans
Tlhe only sale of the kind over successfully
carried out, in the U. 8. Flve thoiisandi stand
an' Inlstruments atliFactory Rates for Cash, or
Tren of the leadiing Manufacturers of the U. S.
have given us exclusive controi of their instru
mount' in the South, and au~thiorizerd us to place
for Introdiuction andl~ Adverisiemenut One Thoue-.
and of their be'st iustrumnents in repri sentativo
Sotern hiouseholdis at Factory wholesale
SEE THE ricds.
PNdOiost'.'lig nowoi Carved 12
L tgs.Si,. Years Guarantee.
PIANOS T oct.ne nlosowood, Cary--$155
PIANOS 73f Oct. Square Grna, Su- $257
sorb Case. wihStool and
All guaranteed instruments. Maker's namoe
on each. Fifteen Days'Triial If wanted, wepa
the freight if no sa.e. A trIal cresrs not,hinga
insterunreni, don'I,sult. Don't hesitate to order
MASON AND HLAMLIN ORGANS.
MASON & HlMAIN
4 Church and Parlor
* ' Orans. Net Ioves
but Highest Priced,
Best an Cheapest.
6 Steps, Only $80. 10
Stops, only $95. 1 ith
Mirror Top, only $100.
Peloubet & Polton
b0ll Ohimoes, only $100.
Send for Intronuetion Sale -eircular giving
prices and full Inform ation.
The magnificent Ohiecerhng, IBallot & Davis
weber, Matushek :Southern Gem, Dixie and
FavorlIe Pianos A ason & JiamlIn, Peloubt &
P'elton and Sterling Organs all incluided in this
sile. A clean aweep. No reserve, All new In.
airuments of latest style. Fresh fromi Faetory,
offered by any House.ndrdnsumnsvr
n. we wa ovut er fright paid to any
LIYDDEN & BATES.
b ug 6-xt~ln
A weekt in our Own town, and no
nesap hit tsd ou ca gve the
portuniy ever offered 'for. those wvililn to
wofkr. Yushoud trylothing else iunti you
see for yourself ta yell can do at the usi
can devye all yo time orol your'spare
time t hO bus ness, and mako groat p for
eVery hour -that yo work. W nma eas
much as men. Bend for spe0lal pivate terms
and partliulars which we mall fre. S5 ouitt
Sfree. Don't complain of hard times while you
have such a chance. AddressI
Ag1HIIA LET~T & co.. Por'tland, Maine.
INDIA. RUBBR BELTING.
1IVE and six inoh thiro' Bolting
..Lucerne Slood Oldvor fod, all a
zlow prices, just rebe ved by
ang 30 VoeMAST R & BRICE.
A SUPPIY, of 'baut4 6relain
Z..x O ioWairoe 'u rrived and ft
~aloat ceos 'which 4'rnot fid ~Plf~0
~ McMAt3GB BIZ 400.