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-The poormaD's story-the garret.
-A doctor's motto is supposed to be
'patients aud loog suffering.'
-The womau question-how much is
she worth ?
-A new name for the Grecian bend
is tue -'back stoop."
- Love reposes at the bottom of pure
souls like a drop of dew in the chalice of
- Why are birds melancholy in the
morning-Because their little bills are
all over dew.
-Why are young ladies so partial to
sunset and twilight-Because they are
daughters of Jive.
-What is the difference between an
oyster aud a chicken ? One is best right
out of the shell, and the other isn't.
-Gttting in debt is like a mouse
gettiug into a trap-very easygoing in,
but extremely difficult getting out.
- Hold on to your tongue when you
are ready to swear, lie or speak harshly.
-An old lady Irom one of the rural
districts astonished a clerk io oue ofthe
stores, a few days ago, by inquiring it
he hud any "yaller developments sich as
they did up letters iu."
- A client remarked to his solicitor,
''You are writing my bill on very rough
paper, sir." ".Never miud," was the
reply ot the latter, "It bas to be filed
bet?re it comes iuto court.
-As golden pillars do shine upon
the socket* of silver; so doth a fair face
with a virtuous mind.
-"A young lady at Long Branch is
reported as4 clothed iu laughing eyes
and bewitching smiles.' "
-The young meo at the watering
places have discarded vt hite vests. The
young ladies use so much oil on their
hair that a vest it) only good for one
evening ou the piazza.
-A widower was recently rejected
hy a diujsel who didn't want affections
that had beeu "warmed ovor."
A Boston physician says that four
young giris, full of intelligence and pro
iniee Lave beeu killed outright by the
severity of the tasks imposed upou them
iu a :ngh seoul iu that vicinity.
- An old gentleman being asked
what he wauted for dinner, replied:
"An appetite, good company, something
to cac, aud cleau napkins."
- Au Irishman said be did not come
to thia couutry for want. He had
abundance of that at borne.
- A .Delaware lady, whose jaw be?
came immovab'e irom an injury, bas bad
it sawed off aud uew hinges put in and
now noue ofthe rest ot the tamily eau
get a word iu edgewise.
-The custom of wearing cadet buttons
has been given up by the indignant
belles at West Point, siuce Cadet ?mah
presented some of bis to a lady ol color.
-A (ll). Stamp is a clerk iu the
posiuffice, Mr. Plant buries folks, Mr.
J'lugg sells tobacco, aud Bacchus
dispenses beer. All in Washington.
And a .Mr. Mugg sells lager iu Brooklyn
FIFTEEN G it K A I' MISTAKES.
I: is a great mistake to set up our
own standard ot thu right aud wrong
and judge people accordingly. It is a
great mistake to measure the enjoyment
ol olheis by our owu j to expect unifor?
mity uf opinion iu thia world ; to look
lor judguieut and experience iu youth;
lo endeavor to mould all dispositions
alike; not to yield in i tu material trifles;
to ?out lor pei lection iu our owu actious;
io worry uuiseives and others with
what cannot be remedied ; uot to alle?
viate ail thal ueeds alleviation, as far as
lie? in our power; not to make allow?
ance for the infirmities of others; to
founder everything impossible which
we cannot ptriorui; to believe* only
?bat our unite mind* eau grasp ; to
expect to be able to understand every?
thing. The greatest ul all mistakes is
to live only tor time, when any moment
may launch us imo eternity.
AIU TUE BEDS.
Will the ladie.-* notice thal the desire
ol an energetic housekeeper lo have
Work completed at au tally hour in lb?
moi liing, canaca her to leave one of the
important iiems of neatness undone.
The most effectual purifying of bed;
aij'i bed, clot lies Cannot taite place it nu
time H allowed tor the free circulation
< t pure au* to it m.-ve ali humuu
impurities winch Lave collected during
lin- hours ot slumber. At least two or
three honra sh ou : be allowed for the
complete removal of atoms ot invisible
}" i?j,iratiou which are absorbed by the
LAW CA KU.
JOSEPH G ALL?CH A T,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SOLICITO it IX EQUITY.
sr MT KI:, s. c.
OnV-eta the OM Il..ul 1 uil.liug. nest to the
CuMit Jiotiso. fr-mt tooee, ?eviri'l .'.?ry. direct Iv
over the Hardware St..te of L'njvt. L. p. Luring,
fut'.mee fruin Mein Street,
rTW.l f AST IKON'
I* LOWS. _ PLOWS.
M uW .K'S I 'Kl. KURA TED r/,o W'S.
CAST ii'.OX, WKOl'?UT IROS AND
STEEL PLOWS, of avery de*0viptl?o,
COKS KIIKLLKli* lor hand ot borre power,
V- ff?e and Urain u Uh.
Straw and Stalk Cutters. Ur.lo Oradlos,
Mo/so Power?. Tlireshii<? ?laotiiocs,
^ a i: ur UHU, QuItivHii'u, llotse ((?es,
(ii Plantera, Garie. Wu^us. Wheelbarrow.
O?a (lear. Plow C??iinf?,
Cutten and >?ore '?We*. Ceti?? drapers.
ll'U^ird Swoop* and bull T'-ague?,
tix Bhureh. t burn?, CUISUH P<*.-?e*, 4?.
ttPAXO. ? OX ki DUST ?u? ?thor FeMt||r.r?.
? nty Um|*ieea. JOH* *????HK4
U?? .?t-?wJ ito Fr*oi St.. Kev Yuri.
AfiWUlllT. FLOCM SACKS. PAPEIf
BAU* and WfiAPPDlU PAP lt.
At EhVAKD PKttttx"*.
Il* Mertiasj-.trcet. wp^iu Charle?is lMel.
.Ai j? te
BALTIMORE ANO WILMINGTON
Composed of the First Class Steamships
Sailing from BALTIMORE every 8ATURDAY
AFTERNOON, et 4 o'clock. Arriving at WlL
! MIN OTON TUESDAY MORNING.
Sailing f ora WILMINGTON erery FRIDAY
AFTERNOON or SATURDAY MORNING.
THROUGH BILLS Of LADING
Giren to all points on the W. C. A A. _. Rod*,
Cheraw A Darlington R. R< and their connec?
Insurance by this Une. 1-tftrCU
Rates Gtiaranteed os low as by atty
All Losses promptly paid,
A. D. CAZA?X, Agt.
Wilmington, N. C.
[ ANDREWS A Co., Agents,
73, Smiths Wharf.
55 miles Mst of'Cliarlotte, N. 0.
The sabseribers, haring associated themselves
in the management of these Springs, wookL_D.
nuunce to (heir friends and the publie that the
Hoii?e will be opened on the 1st day of JUDO for
the reception of visitors
To those who hove tested the rirtnes of theie
extraordinary wa'ers lt is deemed unnecessary to
say anything hy way of commendation, but to
others thej confidently assure satisfaction if they
will make trial of the healing properties of this
water for ooly a short time.
We pledge ourselves to spare neither pains
nor expense in order to render all who may
favor us with a call as comfortable as possible.
Tn prospect of nn abundance of supplies we har?
adopted tbs following scale of
If over 10 days at ... $1.50 per day
Ifnotover 10 durs, - - 1.75 "
.Single day. .... 2.50
Children between the ages of 2 and 8 years,
and culorei servants, at half rates.
Wwhine on reasonable terms
It is exjacted that the Western Division of j
the Wil-Cb&r. A Ruth. Railroad will be com
ploted to within a mile or two of the Springs at
an early di jr.
J. J. BLACKWOOD.
K. ?. OATES.
May 24. 787' -2m._
THE CAROLINA WHITE SULPHUR,
CATAWBA COUNTY, N. C.
This highly popular watering place will be
open for visitors on WEDNESDAY, June 13th.
The Mineral Waters of these Springs are, the
White and Blue Sulphur, and Cbalyebeate, (he
medicinal properties of which are not excelled,
aud a beahhitr and more delightful watering
place not to be found.
The Spring.? will be under the management of |
JAS. M. BI.AU:, formerly of Yarborough House,
Raleigh, N. C., nn experienced hotel keeper,
together with Mrs WKBN?, and visitors may
rely upon'good fore and good attention.
Plenty of Ice. good Band of Music and good
Phyririan in attendance, Ac.
Leave Baltimore or W??hington City in the
morning via Arqnia Creek, Richmond and Dan?
ville II. K.: to Salisbury, wbere you take tbe
We-tern and Morganton Road, and reach Hick?
ory Station (the Springs Depot) by half-past
nine o'cl' ck the next morning.
Leave Augusta, Ga., at nicht, and take the
Charlotte and Statesville Road at Charlotte you
reach the Springs early the next morning.
Charleston in the morning, snd be at the Springs
the next morning.
A good 'oar horse Omnibus win ran in con.
neetion with the trains to the Springs over a
beautiful road only six miles.
Per month, (or four weeks.).?. MO.&e
I'er wee*.~. 15 00
Per Day. 2 50
Children and eolored servants half price. No
charge for iofonts under 2 years of age.
J. GOLDEN WYATT.
June 21 1m
COLUMBIA, ? C.
THIS new and Kl?2_itry FurnUhed Belab
11 ?ti ment, >?u>atcd in ike liuMne?? midst of South
Carolina'? Capitol. e*?<-rds the batt and most
plea/ant accommodations io the <*tty.
WM. GORMAN, FropHfor.
J. D. Brnos, Cashier.
May IO * ty
Charleston Broom Factory, |
J. P. BROWNE, Ageot.
ALSO AGENT FOR
PERKIN? A HOUSES'
.VOX EXPLOSIVE KEROSENE LAMP IS
absolutely >"fe both from Breaking sod Explo
sion. (Jives Striae as much light aa ordinary
Lamp?.and u?as SB per eeut, lass Oil. ?ire* off
no o<Ier, and lasts a lifetime.
Fur ?als by
J. P. BROWNE,
.30 Meeting st. y awl 51 Broad Hi ff ft,
Chirlcslow Sx C. '
Agent frf State of ?OO?J Carolin?.
GR ERN 4 WALSH Age?* for Sumter, R.C
April S_ 6i&
WILLIAM ?, BUNKER,
H2 PEARL BTRKBT,
Kinsman ftf Howe/i,
Factors and Commistion
Literal Advances mach on
Cotton and Naval Stores.
? XX XL?* VT
St? ?*~ IR*
Radway's Ready Relief j
CURES TBS WORST PAINS
In frort ono to Twenty minutes.
HOT ONE HOCK
?'ter reading thia advertisement <ieed any one
SUFFER WITH PAIN..
' RAD WAT'S READY RELIEF IS A CURE FOR
It woo tho first and is
THE ONLY PAW REMBDY\
that instantly atop? the moat excruciating pains,
allays laflamations, ?nd earea Congest ons,
whether of tho Longa, Stomach, Bowels, or other
elands or organs, hy one application.
IN F.. GM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES,
ao matter bow riolent or excruciating the pain
the RHEUMATIC, Bed ridden, infirm, Crippled.
Nervous, Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease
Tho application of the READY RELIEF to
tba port or parts where tbe pain or difficulty
exists will afford ease and comfort.
Twenty drops in half a tumbler of water will
in a few moments cure CRAMPS, SPASMS,
SOUR STOMACH, HEARTBURN, SICK
HEADACHE, DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY,
COLIC, WIND IN THE BOWELS, and all IN?
Travelers should always carry a bottle of
RADWAY'S READY RELIT with them. A
few drops io unter will prevent sickness or paint,
from change of water, lt is better than French
Brandy or bitters at a stimulant.
FEVER A*D AGUE.
FEVEI. AND AGUE cured for fifty cents.
There is rot a remedial agent in this world that
will cure .'ever and Ague, and alt other Malari?
ous, Billie us, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow, and other
Fevers (anted by RADWAY'S PILLS) so quick
as RADWAY'S READY RELIEF. Fifty cents
HEALTH ! BEAUTY ! !
Strong and Pure Rich Blood-Increase of Flesh
and we gbt-Clear skin and beautiful Com-J
plexion secured to all.
Has made the most astonishing cures ; so quick
so Rapid are tbe Changes thc Body Undergoes, j
under tito influence of this truly wonderful
Every Day an Increase in Flesh
and Weight is Seen and Felt
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
Every drop of the SARSAPARILLIAN RE?
SOLVENT communicates through the Blood,
Sweat, Urine, and otb. r fluids and juices of the
system the vigor of life, for it repairs the waste?
of the body with new and sound material.
Scrofula, Syphilis, Consomption, Glandular
disease, Ulcers in the throat, Mouth, Tumors,
Nodes in the Glands and other parts of the sys?
tem, Sore Lyes, Strumorous discharges from the
Ears, and the worst form? of Skin diseases,
Eruptions, Fever Sores, Scald Head, Ring Worm
Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Acne, Black Spots.
Worms in the Flesh, Tumors, Cancers in the
Womb, and all weakening and painful discharges.
Night Sweats, Loss of Sperm and all wastes of
the life principle, are within the curative range
of this wonder of Modern Chemistry, and a few
days use will prove to ?ny person using it for
either of tbeso forms of disease its potent power
to cure them.'
Not only does the SARSAPARILLA* RESOL
VE.1T excel all known remedial agents in the
cure of Chronie, Scrofulous, Constitutional, and
Shin dweavus y but it is tbe only positive cure
Kidney de Bladder Cern pla I ti ta.
Urinary, and Womb diseases, Gravel, Diabetes.
Dropsy; Stoppage of Water, Incontinence of
Urine, Bright's Disease, Albuminuria, and in al!
cases where there are brick bust deposits, or the
water is thiek, cloudy, mixed with substances
like the white of an egg, or threads like white
silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious appear?
ance, and white bone-dust deposits, ?nd when
there is a pricking, barning sensation when
passing water, and pain in the small of tho Back
and along the Ljins.
Tumor of 12 Years* Growth Cared by
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS
perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with ?weet
gum, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse, and
strengthen. Rad way'a Pilla, for the cure of all
disorders of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, Kidney's
Bladder, Nervous Diseases. Headac e. Consti?
pation, Costiveness, IndigesMon, Dyspepsia,
Biliousness. Bilious Fever, Indentation of the
Bowels, Piles, and all Derangements of the In?
ternal Viscera. Warranted to effect a positive
cure, Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury,
minerals, or dele tenon s drugs.
A few doses of RADWAY'S PILLS will free
the system frota all the above natnel disorders.
Price. 25 cents per Box. SODD BY DRUG?
READ "FALSE AND TRUE." Send one
letter stamp to RADWA F A CO., No. 87 Maiden
Lane, New York. Information Wurth thousands
will he sent you.
Guaranteed to excel alt others in shape ano
m .torin!. Be sure to ask for
THE JACOBI AXE,
AND ACCKl'T NO OTU RU.
Every Axe Warranted !
For sale at NATH'L JACOBI'S
Hardware Depot, No. % Market St.,
Wilmington N. C.
And Pen lear Throoghotit the Slate.
AComplete a.?. ri rai-nt of Plows, now in
slock, and for sale low at
No. y Market St
Alarge and well assorted stuck of Spades.
Shovel?, Forks. Hoes, and all Agricultural
Tools, and a full supply of the most approved
styles ot Mechanics' toola. lioU*c and llenera!
Hardware, Paints, Oils, (Ilusa, Ac, for sale at
Hardware Dep<>t, No. 9 Market St.
Saddles, Ifarnea?. Wbip*. S-.te Leather, Uar.
oess LeatUcr. Ac. For sale at
Hardware I'epot. y Market St.
GUNS. PISTOLS. POWDER. SHOT, POW
der Flaaks. Game Bags. Shot Belts, Cart
ridge?, hf., a c?mplela assortment.
For ?ale at NA f H'L J \ CO BI'S
Hardware Depot, Nu. * Market St.
?91 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Invite tho attention of tbs Trade to their exten?
sivo assortment of ibo above goods, of their own
publication, manufacture and importation,
PHOTO LANTERN, SUJsRS,
NEW VIEWS OF Y0E8MITI. .
f. * H. T. ABTHGNY A CO.,
.ttl Broadway, Now York,
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel.
Impartan sad Manafaetaros of
PAVIL ION HOTEL,
CB4BIESTOW 8s ?.
BOARD, ?SR GAY, flOO.
aetr. ax??UTOS. ?M. tv v. ewwariau,
Bonorin ttrdotu ftenrieJroM
XVJL JL JULJ t-V
J?f?AD (7/1 a Kr u ?ii? X ? j
Ague and Fever.
The only preventive known for Chills and Fever
is the ase of .Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps,
Is good for Dyspepsia.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Is a preventive of Chills aod Fever.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Is good for all Kidney and bladder complaints.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps*
Is used all orer the world by physicians in their
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps,
Is good for Goat
Wolfe s Schiedam Schnapps.
Is good for all Urinary complaints.
Wolfe's Schiedam Scenapps.
Is recommended by all the MedicaJ Faculty.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Is good for Colic and pain in the Stomach.
Wolfe's Schiedam. Schnapps.
Is imitated and counterfeited, and purchasers
Will have to use caution ia purchasing.
? beg' leave to cai! the attention of the reader
to testimonial? in favor of the Schnapps:
I feel bound to s?iy that I regar dyour Schnapps
?s being in every respect pre eminently
pore an<l deserving ol medical patronage. At
all events it is the purest possible article of Hol?
land Gin, heretofore unobtainable, and as such
may be sately prescribed by physicians.
DAVID U. MOTT, M. D , Pharmaceutical Chem
?nt, New York.
LoDlsriLLK, KT., Sept 1.-I fell that we hate
now un ari ide of Gin, suitable for such cruses as
that remedy is adapted to. 1
DR. J. W. BRIG FIT.
"Schnapps," is a remedy in chronio catarrbal
I take great pleasure in bearing highly credita?
ble testimony to its efficacy as a remedial agent
in the disrascs for which you reco'nraend it
Having u natural tendency to the mucous sur?
faces, with a s'ight degree of stimulation, I regard
it as on<- of the most important remedies ip
chronic catarrhnl affections, particularly those
of tho r?cnito-urinary apparatus. With much
respect, your obedient servant,
JHAS. A. LEAS, SI. D., New-York.
26 PI*E ST?RET. NEW-YORE:, Nor. 2?.I$67.
Unoi.rHo WOLF*. ESQ., Pretest: DEAR Sta: I
have made a chemical examination of a sample
of your "Schiedam Schnapps," with the intent of
determining if any foreign or injurious substance
had been added to thc simple distilled spirits.
The examination hos resulted in (he conclusion
that the s imple contained no poisonous or harmful
admixture. I have teen unable to discover any
trace of the deleterious substances which are
sometitnesemployed in the adulteration vf Liquors
I would not hesitate to use myself, nor to reorn
tnend to others, for medicinal purp ?cs, the
''Schiedam Schnapps" a* an excellent and un?
objectionable variety of gin. Very respectfully
(Signed) CHA?. A. S EELY, Chemist.
CHEMICAL A50 TMCHSICAL LABORATORT, 18
EXCHANGE PLACE, NEW-YORK, Nov. 25, 1867.
rjootrao VVOLKB. Esq.. DEAR SIR : The under
signe i have carefully and thoroughly analyzed a
sample of your "Aromatie Schiedam Schnapps,"
selected by ourselves, ead have found the same
free frota all organic orinorganic substances,more
or less injurious lo health. From the result of our
examination we consider the article ono of superior
quality, healthful as a beverage, and effectual in
its medicinal qualities.
(Signed) ALEX. TK?PPEL. Chemist.
FRANCIS E. ENGELHARD, M. D.
For sale by all respectable Grocers and Druggists,
?DOLPHO WOLFE'S EST.,
22 BEAYEK-ST, N. Y.
CHABLIS A. SAXA, Editor.
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AU tao different klods at redoeed prises.
Of ertry dnseriplioo.
For ladies and gentleman.
FOREIGN FANCY GOODS,
GUN8 AND PISTOLS OF ALL
KINDS AND PRICES,
Goods shipped to any part af tao sea a try par
express. The sante oarofal attoatioa givoa ta
ordtn hy mail at to pateena! poroaatoj. ftim
for oar goad? botad aa gold at par.
POULTNifiY, TRIMBLE & CO.,
SOC W. Baltimore Street,
Mtiftb 22- BALTJMQ11?, MO,
IT IS WELL KNOWN TO DOCTORS AND
to Ladies, that Women ar? ?abject to numer?
ous diseases peculiar to their tex, ?neb as suppres?
sion of tbe Mcraes, Whites, Painfdil Monthly
"Periods" Rheomatism of the Back and Womb,
Irregular Menstruation, Hemorrhage, or Excel
.ive "Flow* ind ?rola*i?i*?teE or filing of
the"WojfBfc,e * f* *WP\ Ir'
These diseases nnve seldom been treated sae
ces? fui I?. The profession bas sought diligent?
ly for some remedy that would enable them to
treat these diseases with success.
At last, that remedy har been discovered bj
one of the most skillful physicians io the Stats
of Georgia. That remedy is
BRABFIELD'S FEMALE REGUIATOfl.
It is purely vegetable, and is pot op in Atlanta
Georgia, by BRADFIELD A CO.
It will purify the blood and at
system, relieve irritation of the tidn?
perfect sptei?c for all the above
eertaio o cure as Quiui?o ia In
For a history of diseases, and certificates of.
its wonderlui cures, the reader is referred to the.
wrapper around the bottle. Etery b ttle warant
ed to give satisfaction or rooney refunded.
LAGRANGE, GA.. March 23, 1870.
Bradfield A Co., Atlanta, Ga. :- Dear Sirs.-I
take pleasure in stating thnt I have used for tho
last twenty years, the medicine you ara patting
op, known as DR. J. BRADFIRLD'S FEMALE
REGULATOR, and consider it the best combi?
nation erer gotten toge tb er for tho diseases, for
which it is recommended. I har? been familiar
with the prescription beth as a practitioner of
medicine and in domestic practice, and can
honestly say that I consider it a boon to suffering
ferunles, and can but hope that every lady io oar
whole land, who miy bc suffering in any way
peculiar to their sex. may be able to procure a
bottle, that th ir sufferings may not only be re?
lieved, but that they may bo restored to health
With my kindest regards, lam. respectfully,
-W. B. FERREL, M. D.
We, the undersigned Druggists, Uko pleasure
in commending to tb? trade Dr. J. Bradfield'*
Female Regulator-believing it to bo a good ano
reliable remedy for the disease for which ho
.WA. LANSDELL, Atlanta, Ga.
PEMBERTON, WILSON TAYLOR A CO.
REDWINE A FOX. Atlanta. Georgia.
W. C. L A U S ?I K, Atlanta, Georgia,
W. ROOT A SON, Harrietts, Georgia^
fei eb- a ted Liver Medicine.
It is purely vegetable, ann will aet upon tbe
Lirer and Kidneys as promptly as Calom*l and
Borhu' Without any danger of salivation or des?
truction of the bones.
Parties taking this medicine need not fear
getting wet, or aoj other reasonable exposure.
Symptoms of Liver Disease:
Headache, Dull Feeling or the Blues, Sou:
Stomach, Sick or Nervous Headache, Heartburn,
Indigestion or Dyspepsia, Bad or Bitter Taste io
the Mouth, the skin ba atbiek, rough feeling
and is darker than usu-,. Costiveness, Melan?
choly Feelings, Cramps, Cold Feet, Colie, Dysen?
tery or Diarrhoea, Chills and Fever, aod Piles..
In fact, where the Liver ts out of order, you aro
liable to every disease that is not contagious.
Prophitt's Liver Medicine, if taken properly,
will prevent and cure any disease, resulting from
a deranged liver.
It will regulato its functions and thus eure all
diseases eaosed^by the faitare cf its healthy
It has been used for ?great number of jean,
and bnsgivea universal satisfaction.
There rs wo brother or son claiming to bare
the original recipe. It is pot up ia both Powder
and Fl aid form.
FA?RB?RN, GA., Sept. 4.1808.
Dr. 0. S. PROI?HITT : 8ir :-My wife basteen
an invalid for fifteen years. Doctors all agreed
she bad "Liver Disease." ' Io connection with
their practic she used varions and noted remedial,
none of which seemed todo any good. Sometime
ago I procured a bof Ie of y oar "Liver Medicine,"
of your agent here, C. A. Harvey, wbieh being
given according to directions, bas effected a
GEO- Ir. THOMPSON.
CHARLOTTE, N. C., Sept. 24. 1898.
I have used Dr. O S. Prophitt's Livor Medicine
as a tonie, and found it t? be powerful ead ef
fieacious. It is excellent fur functiooal .terang**
ment of th* Liver or eoattipatiou of the bowell;
in mosteases superseding tho necessity of? rogo
tar courte of medicine.
K.J. MEYXARDIE. A. M.
Pastor Tryon St. Church.
DR. PROPHITT'S DYSSNTRRY CORDIAL
Is one of the most valuable compounds now put
up for Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera Infantum or
This medicine ha* been io OM for years, aod
gives universal satisfaction.
The most delicate child maj take it wita im?
COVINGTON. G. A.. Nov. t, 1887.
DR. PROPBITT:-Having a very sever* attack
of Dysentery daring the past sommer, 1 was
induced to usc your Dysentery Cordial, aod
derived therefrom immediate and permanent
relief. It give* rn? pleasure to recommend this
remedy to all who may be so attacked, believing
that, should the directions b* followed, relief
woald aureij be obtained.
Truly, ?tc. O*S. PORTER.
CUSSETA, TEXAS, 18??.
Da. Paorarrr; Dear Sir,-Yoor Liver Medi?
cine and Pain KUI It ia a complete sueeees.
J. L. WHITTLE.
WEST POINT. GA., Aog. 11,1M9.
This is to certify that f have ssed Dr. 0. 8.
Prophet's Liver Medicine myself aod io my
family, for twelve mooth* or moro, aod I aa
heaitatiagly say that I believe it ooo of tho boat
Fami'y Medicines io use.
M. T. WALKER.
PRUPHITT8 PAIN KILL IT.
This is tho celebrated medicine thai roo Perry
Davis' Pain Killer out of tar market* whatever ft
was sold. Dart* toado Propbitt ebange tho Bin*
rrom Pain KlMer to PAIN KILL IT
For Rhuum at it m, Neuralgia, or pais of any
kind it bas no equal.
P<>r Ca**. Bruit*?, Bara*, er etd So rea, it ?a the
beat thing yon ear? nae ?a a dreiriog.
For SNAKE BITES or STINGS of POISON?
OUS INSECTS, it ia a per feet ANTIDOTE.
It is good for Colie, Colds, Ce?gb*, Bowel
Compl?t?t. lu o atoe indic?la* ita Datase fully.
It is truly DEATH to polo.
MaoBfaetaied ord seid by BRADFIELD A
CO., Atlanta, Qa, and for salo by al Druggist*.
DOOLY COUNTY, GA., April, issy.
This is lo certify that I was confined to tho
house and mott of th* timo to my hod, ead suf
feriog th* greatest agony imaginable wita
Rheumatism, for Ivo ?oath?, and after trying
.vary available remedy, with ao relief, I waa
cured with two betti** of Dr. O. t. Prophitt's
Anodyne Pain KUI Itt ooo? coati o g ?fly eeoti
oaiy. It relieved at* almost instantly. ? thora,
foro rscommoad Uta ibo highest degree to others
suffering from similar di?o?*o. I oas ny that it
ii one of thelnast family anclohug BOW oat,
certain. Yoor* traly,
W. A. FOREHAND.
DOOLY COUNTY. GA., Oct. 2T, 1147.
Da. O. S. Paar arm I boro, daring tho loot
..gbtowac -Booths, ?ar? yoor Pata kilt It, aod I
?ow?brtt ******li. hy aoytbbr for pata ta
th* head, breast, bock or akiej a**t for aol ic
nothing rivas relief hatf M qoiofc as yoor ABO
dyao Pain KUI It,
It ia defog Wast good h tho ooosaaaatty la
other families a* wella* my o wa. Yours, Ae.
D. T. FOREHAND.
STATE OF GEORGIA,) Know efl ?oa by
FOMOX CotrgTT. j theos prosoofs, That I
kare this day, tor ralo* rooerfod. >a!d aad trow
farrod to BRADFIELD ? CO? tb* ?ak right te
manufacture aod s?U my Far y Medir?a**, and
hov* ferais?*, thoa wkh tt tall raeorpo*, aad
bo?* MUhoriaod tho ?aid E^DfIELD*ea to
print, or have prta?d, aaytkiog they may ?ea
proper eaawratag ?tey aad ali of show aa???
Mediatas?, Thisl&a doy af Java, taft
(Sis^d) li. PEOPHIFY.
Ia I.of Thtaaao-9. Joaos, aad Robert
(Orford, Srtary Pttbbo. fl?. 8.)
M**ohot?T*d aad ibr sale by RR A DPI ELD A
Pf-flaggy ***** ****** tad ?v|ala
by all Dragfttts. " - . . |
KIXLIOXS B?u> TMOWI7 t- Skate
. Woodos/fal Caractro Meeta. '
-brr sro n<*?Y?kF?*cT?>riab,H?d.3?Poer
Barn, Wei***/, Preef Sofrita aad Refaeo
SJeaeco JaoSara 1, spica! aa! sotemirttopteoo tho
terta<ealled "TOOMS." 'Vrr^lrrrf." **TT-li inn i."*-?far t
of Oettoraavfre* free? all Alcoholic Stisaa
Isasa* They are ta? GRXAT BLOOD FDXI
tmHd A LIFE ?mira FRIKCIFLS;
.9?rtet B*soT?*or ?ad Xo*teeatef af tho ?Hiss?,
to a healthy conditio?. Ho paaoa caa tate thees Btt?
tan ?coarta* to directions ?ad Milt ?ag ?nwW,
provided IMz brno* ?re BO? iectwyed by minara!
pctemor other mesa?, ?ad tba T?ial OCHAS vaste!
beyond th? poiat of repair.
Tie? aro a Gea t?o Pa rsa ti re a* weil a* a
ffsjssjsj? iisaatsatasj. ilsn. Iterated aar* of acte?
mctfca of the LlTer. ?ad all tba Visceral Qrgaas.
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, fa rouas; er
etd, married or?bate, st tb? eUwn <* wwiianfcood ora*
tba tura of life, tbeea Tonio Blt?ars bara BO equal.
Far Iaflanatat ory aaA Chronic RheasM*
Claas ?asl Gout, Dyspepsia ar Indiceetie*.
Billoia, Remittent ?asl Intermittent Fo?
rera, D?eoaoa? of die Blood, Uva?* KiaV
aaya aad Bladder, tbascBitters harabeaimoat
saooasarnL Sac? Die?a?es ?ric?aaa<j by Vitiated
Blood, which UpeeraByprcdeced by loso? sa ss?
of tba DtcesdTo Orgaae. ?
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, Head
?che. Pata la UM Sbea?dars. Coach?, Tlcataaas of tb?
Cheat. THeslaiss. Sear Sra Harli?? of tba Itt--sa,
?sd taste hi toa Maota. SOtea Steal* rohatatea of
tte Heart. Tndsaisastlnn cf tba Uaga, Ma In lb? re
?tea of tte ?Msers. ?ad s haadr?iotter ;&amlsrmp>
toma, ara the o&spriars cf Dmqa,
Tber tsnicerate tte Hf iss i iN ?ad ???tels tba Hn?i
Idrer aad Sovel?, whlefc mtier tassa ot eaosvafled
efcacr te domine tb? blood of all tortri?aa. ax! im
FOR SKI* DISEASES, Sraatfoaa, Tetttr, fait
Bhema, motetes, ?toto. Fiasses. Pastelea, SeOy fjsj?
Cleanse tb? Vitiated Blood whenever yeo find tts is .
??ritt? barat?a* throuchtae ?ka ia Pimplas, ?me?
ttons or Boras; cleanse lt when rou find ii obstructed
?ajjsBtiat ia tba raba: atemos it when it ?stool,
ami roar f?stissnvm taQ roa waaav Eos* tts blood
?cea, sad tba hesita of tao erstem wUl to?ow.
Fla, Tapo, aad other Worn*, tan* ia tho;
?ratea of to aaec fhnaasarts, ara ?B?tsaVVtearorad
sad slimy deposits that breodtheae Irvine nx?t?rt?s ef
La. KoBystem of MoEeta*, aa raiman; rae. no
SKteintka wOl&es tba ?ratea from voca? Uk?
J. WAXJLEB, Proyrietcz. RR, KoDOXALD A 00,
Oraccteaaad Gen. A**ata. SiaPraocJaec, California,
sada sad M Commerce Street, New Yori
WmTWOt* ST ALL DSUOOim ABD OSALSBS,
For restoring Gray Hair to
Us nfttiiral Yft?llty and Golof*
?A dressing which
iii at ono? agreeable,
healthy, and effectual
for preserving tbs'
bair. Faded or gray
hair it ?OOM restored
ta itt original color i
ariel the cha and
freshness of youth.
Thin bair if thick*
??si Ming hair checked, and bald
nee? often, -bough not always, cured
by itt os?. Netting om restore the
seit where the fbDicles are destroyed/
or the glands atrophied and decayed.
But soon as remain eas be saved for
ajfjfaHwr by this itppEcatkro. Instead
of fouling tte hair via s patty sedi?
ment, it wfll keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional ns? trill prevent the hair
from turrung gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from those dfdeterkas ?erst????? which
Bake some preparations dangerous, and
injurious to toe bair, the Vigor can
edy benefit but not barm is. If wanted
not&nf ?ta eas Vt found so desirable.
(Watting ne?ber oil nor dye, it does
sot aofl white cantine, and yet lasts
long on the hair, erring it s rieb, glossy
hutre and a grateful perfume?
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer k Co.,
PlAOnOAL ASO AltALTSOAL CHDCJTS,
De. A- J. CHIN\. A?abt at Samtcr, ?. C.
1 HIS inrc?acbU Taa.ily Madieioe. fur parify
in g. eleansicf, raaioria], bsd odors ia ?ll hinds
far ZrjdpaJu, rho??a?sm, aad all^kiu alateiaa,
for catarrh, ?ore monti*, sor? throat, diptberia ;
for colic, diarrheu. eh o lara ; ea ? ?ask to to ft en
af pl iod ex lera?! ly ; H> ?ir>l; rae^iss^oded by
cad C???try Moroaaota, -d may ba ordered
directly of ibo
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lilt WBSam Streat V. T.
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PAJLXER 4 POID, hreffMarg,
W 8, avatsd and rajairad, is sow tba stott
e^^aadiBaerbae tstsMietoeat Seedi
A Hearty Old 7 irglni? Welcome
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"LIVERPOOL A? D LONDON AND GLOBE,"
Capital and Barred.$21.000.000,0?.
Iaeeated ia the Ui. ted State*. 3,100,000,00.
"ANDES OF CINCINNATI, OHIO,"
Caah Capital paid up-.$1,000.000.00
Capita] and Profita let July 1S71... 1,500,000,00.
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press a bale of Cotton weighing 500 lbs, ora horse ran be hitched to the opposite side wit
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Tho Press was exhibited at tho Fairs throughout the South last Pall, and took the Prsaia CO:
where. At Augusta. Ga., a Sileer Pitcher worth $50 was awarded this Pre*.?. At tbs fe?
at Charleston, (art November, we took the Pren um aod sold tho Press on the spot to tatra .
of ibo Association for the full price. $185.
We Guarantee this THE BEST PRESS IN EXISTENCE at the PRESENT TISfi, s I
TAKE BACK ANY PRESS not as represented, and REFUND TH E VON EY. Price $J? t
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SPARTANBURG C. H., So. CA. th?
REV. A. M. SniPP. D. D., President and Profe.ojor Mental and ?are! Sf* fi-y
DAVID DUNCAN, A. M , Proteasor Ancient UoRuajce? and I.itersiare. in
REV. WHITKF'WrUBf s%II?H, D. D.. Pr. fervor Eogfisb Li*eraf*r*. , *?
WARREN DU PRK, A. M., Profesor Natural Science. rh ?tl
JAS. Ii. CARLISLE. A. .M., Profesor Mathematics, jsj tb
REV. A. H. LESTER. A. M., Professor History and Bildieal Lucratifs.
The Preparatory School, under the immediate supervision of lae Faculty, JNO. t*. Si I
M., Principal. purrs
Dirinity School-Re?. A. M. SHIPP, D. D.: Rc?. WHITEFORD SMITH, D. ?.r?? for**
LESTER, A. M. ^ftj
Tho First Session of tho Eighteenth Collegiate Year begins on the firstMosisya'
1871. Tho Second Sosston begras oa the First Monday in January. 1872. AlwaJ
The eon rsc of stadias and the standard of scholarship remain unchanged. beilbsFai M??t
admit irregular students or these who t?ish to ponte particular nadies only, anti?
Tho Schuuls also upen at the same time.
TUITION par year, io College Classes, tnelodin- contingent fee, $51. isC?r? *?*
TUITION per year, in Preparatory School, including contingent fte, $44,?C* IHM?, J
Bills payable ono half tn advance. ber?, 1
Board, per mooth, from $10 t? $>5 in currency. OOeOT
_ . For fort her particulars address, _ .. afe^^a/j
July 12, 1872. A. M. ?H?PP.
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TBI followiog PROPERTY and t.A.-H wi I be pUrod in th. hands ut tho Trosteos.'T }
Sr, Maj. Meighaa and R..C. 8hi?or, ia frost fer the benefit of the Ticket b?1*?;^""".
Association, tc bo delivorod to thoos wh?, OB tho day of the Rafi!.. m?y be eeKtlei a . fvtftAali
titi? to the real ?ute bas been placed ia tho hands of Cd. F. W. Mr M. ?ter. ttTOttfroi
?W sxaailna tao samo and giro true warranty doods, free from all eocamberasee, ? ^gjj^
Tho first prise ls tao Tomporaaca Hall, BOW ooeaatod oa tko ?rat floor by Me??r? J^S?k?i 00
raneo. The lot is 25 feet front on Main street, by 2*3 feet deep. The boildioc t? '^?Mftsl
two stories kiga. It io BOW leased fer three yeera for ?MO* per annum, payable .
.aBssj, eal oed nt tliii <1M . . ?r_. <
Issiad Prias LoV isdffniog Rosa's H?teT. ?M fesVfron? 208 foot deop, ealaod at--^M
T^^Priso-Lot adjaooa t to above, 2*4 feat front, 208 foot deep, raluod at."^^SL\
J Cask kMpAsTliwr'wa**T . . ~~ 4?Zll
4 Cask Frisos, at lAC oaeh-.-"Sfclkrsl
ll? Casi Prisa*, st $1C each-._.-SisjS
I? Prise* .-._._.-< s*ty^
Tfcksts may bo had of the General Agoot Sr. E. IT. WHEELER, at Temps?*?p?^^- -
M as?s 81 ors sa? Mosers. LrBRAND A 805, Hmm. JOHN AGNEW A SON. T. ?. * ??jfa
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?cr assd Hsmry R. Soott, la ooaaootioa witk a oommitsoo of taroo selected hy ?w ^ jg
^A**tL?tAo<?J??o mot ?Ith a rapid safe, it may bo safely presa med tas4 tho *rst*? JHB
prtNsakjf tho lita of Joly, at Hm Tompomaot Ball, Colombia, S. C. sot?l%twi
_#V? A? aamos af tao) tiekot-koSdors will Va registered ia a book which shall
ft^iws oe tba day of draging, partios may foci assarod that no ators th** M* \W3B?
ftasaSM??V-l, J, Soot!, go? A Co.'i Bask ; CoL J. S. Palmor. Ptwe^t Cos^^JBBR
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