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RELIGION, MORALS AND PHILOSOPHY.
Rev. C. C. BROWN, Editor.
Life a Pilgrimage.
Doubtless many have been attracted
by the Siting replv of tho oki patriarch
Jacob made in answer to Pharaoh's
question : 'How old art thou?* 'And
Jacob said unto Pharaoh, Thc days of
the years of my pilgrimage are a hun?
dred and thirty years.'
To him life was a pilgrimags-a jour?
neying onward from one stage to anoth?
er, tho las*- one to be reached after
awhile. No figure more apt and illus?
trative could have been found, and with
ns, as with the fathers, life is still a pil?
grimage. Happy he who makes his
journey in peace.
As to time, we are pilgrims travelling
from youth to age. But yesterday we
were children, standing with bare feet
upon the green as we played, or nest?
ling snugly in mothers' lap-mother
whose caressing is now felt no more.
As to place, we are pilgrims travel?
ling from the cradle to the grave. Thc
revolving day but too plainly tells us
we are moving onward. Ali the expe?
riences of life point to the fact that the
.great pilgrim caravan is going on, leav?
ing the cradle and entering tho grave.
Bishop Heber has beautifully represent?
ed it under a different Sgure ; 'Life
%>ears us on like the stream of a mighty
river. Our boat at first glides down
the narrow channel, through the play?
ful murmuring of the little brook and
the winding of its grassy borders. . . .
. . . Whether rough or smooth, the
river hastens to its home, till the roar
of the ocean is in our ears, and thc toss?
ing of the waves is beneath our feet,
and the land lesseDS from our eyes, and
the floods are lifted up around us : and
we take our leave cr earth and its in?
habitants, outil of our future voyage
there is no witness save the Infinite and
Eternal.'
As to circumstances, we are prilgrims
passing from one surrounding in life to
another. " All things change. Home
changes. ' The flowers die around the
cottage door. The weeds spring where
we played in childhood. Faces of loved
ones pass away, and now only their pic?
tures gazing mutely down from the
wall are there to welcome us. Who has
not been made melancholy to feel that
somehow or. other he seemed alone^is-j
the world, so many and ?rea*; iiave the
changes been^ .
rfitTyet, changing as life is, it is j
ever the same. There have been hearts
just like ours for six thousand years.
The same stars will shine on us to-night !
that shone upon God's bondmen making j
brick along the Nile, and upon Jesus in
ihe garden. All that sickness, afflic?
tion, disappointment and sorrow can do,
has been done already. Not a tear will
we weep that has not been wept over and
over again. The head may learn new
things, but the heart's experience is ever
the same.
We are pilgrims also as to mind and
character. Once we liked what we now
dislike, and the change is daily going
on. Some of our past fancies now
seem like a dream. And as to charac?
ter we are passing on in our pilgrim
*way, either going down bili or up hill,
and never standing at rest. One true
aim of our journey should be to travel
on until we attain relative perfection of
character. For this are we here. The
world ?3 not a stage whereupon men are
to make music ; it is only a workshop
"where the instrumentsare formed and j
perfected for higher purposes. By many j
this is forgotten. Multitudes journey
backwards in the development of char?
acter. They are like some rivers in
Africa which start in a large volume,
but dry up before they reach the ocean.
Then, also, we are pilgrims as to des?
tiny travelling on nearer to heaven or
hell. It is a tremendous and solemn
thought that our pulse is incessantly
sounding out our funeral march.
It should be life's highest aim to make
the end of our pilgrim way in peace,
and te be sure that as wc journey, wc
are making towards a 'better country,
that is, a heavenly.' There shall the
pilgrim drop his pack that oppressed
him, and rest sweetly in thc shade of
the tree of life.
Fourteen Great Mistakes.
It is a great mistake to set up our |
.own standard of right and wrong, and
judge people accordingly. It is a great \
mistake to measure the enjoyment of
others by our own ; to expect uniform?
ity of opinion in this world ; to look for ;
judgment and experience in youth ; to
endeavor to mould all dispositions alike ; j
not to yield to immaterial trifles ; to look j
for perfection in our own actions; to!
worry ourselves and others with what j
cannot be remedied ; not to alleviate all \
that needs alleviation as far as lies in j
our power ; not to make allowances for i
the infirmities of others ; to consider
everything impossible xvhich we cannot
perform ; to believe only what our
'finite minds can irrasp; to expect to
be able to understand everything. The j
greatest of all mistakes is to live only ?
for time, when any moment may launch :
us into eternity.
John Newtou preached in an Kug- j
lish village. Such was the iudiffcr- j
ence that only a handful catnc to hear |
him. But among that lillie number j
was Scott the commentator. Tho ser?
mon turned his thoughts toward thc j
truth, and all the Christian iniiuencc .
?f Scott's Bible may bc traced to that j
sermon. That restricted service which I
seemed almost like wasting time may j
have done more for thc world than any j
Other service in Newton's lifo. Thc ;
world is listening yet to that sermon. j
There are two sciences which every j
?an ought to learn-first, the .science
of speech; and second, the more di??i- I
cult one of silence.
Lord Halles' New Testament.
There is an interesting anecdote
which was related by the late Rev Pr.
W. Buchanan, with reference to one of
the means which seem to have been
provided in order to secure thc New
Testament from interpolation or corrup?
tion. 'I was dining/ said Dr. Bucha?
nan, 'with a literary party at Mr.
Abercrombio's, and wc spent the eveu^
ing together. A gentleman resent
put a question which puzzku thc whole
company. It was t-U:s : 'Supposing all
thc New Testaments in the world had
been destroyed at the end of the third
century of the Christian era, could their
contents have been recovered from the
writings of thc three first centuries T
The question was novel to all, and no
one -Jven hazarded a guess in answer to
the inquiry.
.Some months after this meeting, I
received an invitation to breakfast with
Lord Hailcs. He had been one of the
part}'. During breakfast he asked me
If I recollected the curious question
about the possibility of recovering the
contents of the New Testament from
thc writings of thc first three centuries.
'I remembered it well, and have thought
of it often, without being able to form
any opinion or conjecture on thc sub?
ject,' 'Well,'said Lord Hailes, 'that ques?
tion accorded with my antiquarian mind.
On returning home, as I knew I had all
the writings of those centuries, I began at
at once to collect them, that I might
set to work in the arduous task as soon
as possible.' Pointing to a table cover?
ed with papers, he said, 'There have I
been busy for these months, searching j
for chapters, half chapters, and sen- j
teucesof the New Testament, and I have
j marked down where I found it, so that
any person may see and examine for
himself. I have actually discovered the
j whole of the New Testament, except
seven or eleven verses (I forgot which),
which satisfies me that I could discover
them also. 'Now,' said he, 'here was
a way in which God concealed or hid
the treasures of his word, that Julian
the apostate emperor, and other ene?
mies of Christ who wished to extirpate
the gospel from the world, would nevir
have thought of.' "-Lives of thc
Hcddancs.
Gladstone wants infidelity to prove
itself, wau ts it to shew the positive
elements with which it proposes to re?
place the main-stays which it seems
bent on withdrawing from the fabric of
modern society. 'When,* says he,
"infidelity alleges that our advanced
morality (such as it is) is really the
work, not of Chistiaoity, but of civili?
zation, require it to show cause why
this advanced morality has never grown
up, except under the ogis of the gospel,
why the old civilizations were one aud
all smitten with decay, and degenerated
in moml tissue, even before they lost
their intellectual vigor."
Tlicre was aD-a-i-t-ist painted, the^
first supper; but painted the cups so J
exquisitely that the gazer's eye rested
on them, and not on the .Walter. See?
ing this, he brushed off tae cups, that
"Jesus only" might be seen. MaDy a
church and man}' a sermon have been
to the audience what these cups were.
Instead of "producing religious feel?
ing," they have hid or obscured the
Lord.-Horatius Bonar.
The Congregationalist says aptly :
"We sometimes hear it said of churches
that they want a minister who will
build them vp. Think of the contrast
between what is usually meant in such
cases and what Paul meant when he
said, 'And now, brethren. I commend
you to God and the word of bis grace,
which is able to build you up.
Our royal Master
t:-does love service when 'tis given
By grateful love that clothes itself in deed ;
Bot work that's done beneath the scourge of
duty,
Be sure to such he gives but little heed.
Then seek to please him whatsoe'er he bids
Whether to do, to suffer, to lie still !
'Twill matter little by what path he led us
If in all we sought to do his will."
The shortest and surest way to live
with honor in the world, is to be in
reality what you would appear to be ;
and. if we observe, we shall find, that
all human virtues increase and strength?
en themselves by the practice and ex?
perience of them.-Socrates.
The Icailitig Scientist?; ol" to-tiny andree
that ti.oji tii.-cascs> are cause?! ty dis?'r?i?.Tcd
Kidney* cr Idvcr. If therefore, the Kidneys
and Liver arc kept in perfec-t order, perfekt
health ?'iii be the result. This truth li .s only
been known a sh?.rt rime and l?>r years people
suffered u;te.it agony, without being able tn fin?!
relief. Hie discovery ul" Warner's Sale Kidney
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Feyer. Agoe- .Valaria: Fever, and ail d?fl?cub
tics of the Kidney.-, Liver ami I'rinary Organs.
It is an excellent and safe remedy for females
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equaled, for it cures the organs ilia t M "kv the
blood.
This Reiio-dy, which Ix--^ don?; Puch wonders;
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Sec that ?il Iron Bitters are made hy BROWS CMMICAI.
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_r; CATARRH Is tho forerunner of Consumption, Bronchitis, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Female
Disease. .Nervous Debilityand miniature Death.
Catarrh may man i fest itself by aruuuingor dischargo f rom tho front or back portion of tho noso
by haw!:inc. raising of mucus and tickliug of tho throat, Joss of voice, loss of smell, loss<>f taste, partis!
or completo deafness, tho formation of scabs ia tho throat and nose, bad smeU of tho b reata and nose,
RINGING in tho ears, dizziness, weak, faint feelings, costive
ness, irregular appetite, and asenso of restless, nervous weak
W?^>w fSfrx ness, with moro or less loss of memory; These symptoms may
dWSk ?rn f^**"^*^ fSa ali exist, or only a part of them in an v one cape.
afgm ^vTCs ?W-jw Catarrh is produced by specific GERMS or PARASITES lortff
?**%Tf fl? ?WA yapitfc lagon tho parts when debilitated by c<?ld, or oilier causes. Ca
f[**->t? G3t2m>k9K tarrh of tho Stomach, Bowels, Liver. Bladder, Kidncvs and
ffi-S4,?^ f JBwt" /EBKS*? Womb ls also very common, producing Biliousness. DVSPEP
^ft^^^J'^S^X^^^^ E'A, CONSTIPATION, or l;ianho-a, BLADDER and KIDNEY
V?7rgPrir?^^^/n^-^S^^ A3 -.rCtious, WOMB Disease, L?:ue.,rrh<>n. CANCER and oilier
rS-^GodKJ fi: \??**&?*?P-?3P?^^ f::?at maladies. When it locates in J IK; throat and Junes it pro
Kf^^T^^^^3^feS33 dues BRONCHITIS AND CONSUMPTION. Inall:cascsthct<ir
Wt Lr^S^^B^^S?^^$Mivf?*?S asitcscxisciii tl;-: BLOOD, and produce* cory conceivable form
v*a?!?! S^f?^?S?5ic9?sB>^ of blood poisnniwr. S<>uiy forrnsof the Catarrh irenns produce
b '^n? g^f'?E^^p^T^ ASTHMA. HAY F^.ER.Ke:jnil}?hua??<l violent nt-4 of couching,
^'^^^M ^^^^>i-;"|^S-^ ri;:urj-;v, Prysip?kts, fcila Discuses, i'alliu? o? tho ilair uni
PEOR PAINE'S POSITIVE, KEYER-F?I?IXG TREATMENT.
USE Tro?, Paiii'-'sCatarrhVanf?ra?.rjircrtcdon tholydtle. Tnkoonoofrrof.raine'sLiver l?^no?
rat'T rills'ev-rv ui??ht, a::d oa??.f l't"f. l*ai no's Ant?sepile Powders three ti 1110s a>iav, imi.il cured.
FOR CONSUMPTION AN J BRONCHITIS uso Prof; raines C?tart?i^Vapor; Antiseptic Powders,
aad r:i??od Stouiachaud Liver. Twit ic glnreciionsoii:thol)Olt!c.
FOR FEMALE DISEASE-nr.6" Pi-f-r. raine's Tonic Teaand N^rroT>n!c Syrup; For DYSPEPSIA
zi-c l'i-'.r. ! ...line's Blood; SU 'inachtind I.iverToaic i?or CONSTIPATION UMJ l.*n-t. rainer. I.uer
);>;.? vt!?>r filis; wblch kill the germs CC disease andie ver loaves ?hy pat ?cut <.< ?st ive. F<>r$K!N DIS?
EASES.'-' I'rof. faina's Catarrh Vaporas directed on c-ieh boil lo. tor FULL TREATMENT S'-nd
fur |'r.?[. rai:ir-.vslV:d>'.'ty !.'.1, or Short-band treatment of disease sont ?rec. l-.-r-?rei ti'ieatesoX
>'./?.. ; i .?!??.!. v.underf iii cures ever KuoWii Iii Catarrh, Coi'suuipliou, eie., read tho Peabody Kecord.
Things That Never Did and Never Will Care Catarrh.
Oxygen -/as, oxygen Inhalants, powders and snuffs, nasal doucho willi salt and other irritants,
carbolic acid; muriate of ammonia, fumes of muriato of ammonia, electricity and galvanism. Irri?
tating oils, tar, tho pretended carbolateof tar, lionifeopathy, allopathy, and all other pathless Tlieso
pretended cures have been thoroughly tried, and have proven a fal lure So Kreat. mel universal has
U??n tlio failure that Ju consideration of cases of catarrhapplvirifi to mo for treatment I wasf-blfgod
to ocgiha systematic invest Ration of tr.owholo subject. After numerous experiments; protn?'t?d
?.hservat ion s and investigation, 1 have at last, mado my grand discoveries of < atarrh Vapor and tho
Antisepti * ? real ment of diseaso. Wit bout any pretcnsi?n I offer these remedies to tho public justified!
by tho c: i"?riencoof t-n year->' study and practice and the successful treatment of 5?,<>j0cases. So
far asl Know ti<>t. :i simile failure t-> cur': bas occurred iii niy^prnctieo.
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VARIOUS MAKES OF
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AVERY WAGONS.
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January 27th tf
J. E. SHARES
THE ATTENTION
Of his Friends and tho Public
generally to lu's Larg-c Stock of
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS
of which he is receiving WEEKLY
ADDITIONS.
Just received another supply of
those
CHEAP SPRING-BEDS.
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Furniture repaired neatly, and
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ing done with dispatch.
MAIN STREET, NEXT DOOR TO
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Jan 20 Stn
BULTMANN & BBQ.
^r SUMTER, S, C. ^
Invite the attention of their frionds and thc
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April S
J. F. W. DELORME,
.DEALER IN
Agent,
Dlll'tS & MEDICINES,
TOILET SOAPS, PERFUMERY.
AND ALL KINDS OF
Druggist's Sundries
USUALLY KEPT IN A FIRST-CLASS DRUG
STORE.
Tobacco, Snuff and Scgars,
GARDEN SEEDS, &C,
Physician's Prescriptions carefully
compounded, and orders answered
with care and dispatch.
The public will find my stock of
Medicines complete, warranted genu?
ine, and of the best quality.
Call and seo for yourselves.
Sumter. S. C , Jan. 20, ISSI. 3m.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully
J_ announce to the public, that he is prepar?
ed to furnish
Monuments, Headstones,
AND ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORK,
at thc "Rock Bottom Prices, guaranteeing full
Satisfaction, both In style and workmanship.
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Jan 27
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Languages, Book-Keeping, &c, !
TA in; HT.
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|_ in the Mayra ut Building, formerly occu- .
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services :
Tu insure property in the best Insurance i
Compahb<'<.:.. the world.
'Y? insure live- in the New York Life Ins. Co. ?
'!-<. adjust atol Lu?an, e hooks.
X" prepare petitions for abatement of State
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To buy and sell Heal Estate.
To .?raw Titles, Bonds, Mortgages, and
Leases.
To perform thc duties of Notary Public.
To adjust losses bv lire.
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Latin, French. Mathematics, Book-keeping
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Mareil I, ISSI:
T H E M O ? BE
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OWNER.
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life and the next.
"What's a home, or Innd, or wine, or meat,
If one can't rest for pain, nor sleep, nor cat,
Nor go about in comfort? Hera's thc ques?
tion: What's all the world without a good
digestion ?"
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FAMILY MEDICINES
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Blood, Rose Cordial for Bowel Complaint;
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Chill Care for Chilla and Fever. Are for sale
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Heinitsh's Family Drug Store
COLUMBIA, S. C.
CELEBRATED
COUGH SYRUP !
FOR THE CURE OF COUGHS, COLDS, IX
fluenza, Catarrh, Whooping Cough, Bron?
chitis, Asthma, and all affections of the Lungs.
A valuable Expectorant and Soothing Cough
Remedy.
ROSE CORDIAL
For the cure of Diarrhoea, Dysentery,
Bowel Complaint, Fains, Cramps, Cholera.
Cholera .Morbus, Sick Stomach, Sour Stomach^
Sick and Nervous Headache, Wind in the
Stomach, Hysterics, Fainthigs. Low Spirits,
.Melancholy. For Infants-one of thc best
Soothing .Medicines for Teething. Belly Ache,
Looseness of Bowels. Fretfulness, Restlessness,
and all complaints incident to Children.
MOTH??TDARLING'S
INFANT CORDIAL,
Soothing for Children Teething.
A wonderful medicine for children of all
ages and conditions-it improves their health
and regulates their bowels. Mo:hcrs may
have full confidence in this preparation as
being the very best medicine for softening the
Gums, and rendering the orocess of Dentition
easy.
For Teething, Inflammation of the Gums,
Spasms, Fits, Bellyache, Wind on the Stom?
ach, Griping Pains. Soor Stomach, Looseness.
Bowel Complaint, Wind Colic, Choiera .Morbus
Vomiting, Fretfulness. Restlessness, aud all
complaints incident to Children.
ItfCO?D~S
TRUE SPECIFIC,
(The French Remedy.)
For the permanent cure of Gonorrhoea, Gleet.
Stricture, and affections of the Kidneys and
Urethra, Swelling of the Glands, Seminal
Weakness, Obstruction and, Ini^ntipeni'.-e 'J?
Urine.
?-?rfj- -?' - ~ ' -0
Extract from a Letter.
"The Queen's Delight" is beginning to
awaken the attention of our physicians. Its
remarkable curative powers are seeu in its
wonderful effect upon disease. As a blood
purifier there is no medicine iike it known to
the profession. A gentleman told me that his
son had been taking the Queen's Delight, and
is more benefited by it than by any other
medicine. He wants a dozen bottles."
"Dr. E. Efelnitsh :-Your medicine for
Chills and Fever is a sure remedy. I have
been suffering for several months past, and
one bottle ofyour Chill and Fever Cure has
entirely cured the disease. I have net had a
chill since, and I regard mv health restored." j
Yours, Respectfully, * M. D. WADE.
"1 have used two bottles of ;Queen's De?
light' and oue box pills. The pain iu my
back and side have left me; my liver is acting
well ; my appetite better and my headache
gone. I feel like a young man; I shall use
your valuable medicine as long as I continue
to improve."
Yours, Respectfully, J. L. B.
"Mr. E. Heinitsb-Dear Sir :-Mrs. Rials
was suffering with Liver Complaint and pains
in the side and heart, nervousness, could not
sleep, bad appetite, and gcr.eral bad health.
I procured one bottle of your Queen's Delight'
and Blood Pills. I regard her case as cured.
She is looking as well as she ever did. Your
'Queen's Delight' is a blessing to the afflicted.
I give this certificate cheerfully."
Yours, Respectfully, J. D. J.
Febrnarv 15
(fi AM'^N*
.HAII^flliBi
V Has beca in constant ..-"*
/ usc hy tho jmblic .A'.;^ \?$$&y
for over twenty years/\-'''^fe'-,?;.;
I -'- .. &*>$l
and is tiic he*6 'jrct^ration ; .;><.?. .- "".>.?
ever Invented for Ili^TOit- "j J-^Q j
rsc* GRAY ziA'n? TO TTS I State 1
YOUTHFUL COLO il AN3 ! As^.JCT ,
_S? OhciLt i
f It supplies <h<* natural * j cf MaSS. j
I food and color io tho hair \ ?.rt'\ i
j glands without-staining tho ; Tp^ner \
j skin. It v.'ill increase and J ; p j
i thicken thc growth of lilt? Iii . *?' *"r j
j hair, prevent ita blanching ; ] y"' j
I and falling ofT, and tims Ll eaaorse j
I A VEUT KALIXSXTSS. \\ Slid ?j
\_sf ii recen- j
f It cure* Itching, Enip- Yiiceud it \
tions and DandrulT. As a- ! as a
HAT?t 11KESSING it is wry j ???at
desirable, giving the !::::?. :i ! ^?ijjjjplj
silken softness which ;.? jj. " y
admire. It fceep* the head in peai"
clean, sweet and healthy, li Ci?-?
v--^sv^ss-L^V
W????^m
WHISKERS
?will chance the beard to ? BIIOVTN or
BLACK at discretion. Beins in one
preparation it is easily applied, and
product's a permanent color that will
not wash olT.
Jk'KEl'AKED Ii Y
R. P. HALL & GO., NASHUA, N, H.
Sold by all Dealers in Medicine.
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HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED!
Just published; :I new edition ?.!' Dr. CUL
V li EWE LL'S C FLUB HATED ESSAY on the
radical cure id" Spermatorrhoea or'Seminal weal;
ness. Involuntary Seminal Lesses, I|np 'iency.
M.'Ntal and Pliy.-ica! Incapacity. linpcdjme-r.ts
M Marriage, cte. : also. Cousumpti.in, Epilepsy
and iii", induced by sell-in diligence or sexual
cxtfava ganoo, ?.to.
'fae celebrated author, tn this admirable
Essay, clearly demonstrates, fr?m a thirty year?'
successful practice, that the alarmist;; reti.-e
i[uenees of self-abuse may be radically cured :
pointing out a mode ot cure at once certain and
effectual, by which every sufferer, no matter
what his condition may bc, may cure himself
cheaply, privately and radically.
#?f-This Lecture should bc in thc hands of
every yon th and every man tn tho land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to shy
address, post paid, on rccepf of six fonts or two
pesta ce stump*. WK HA V V. ALSO A SURE
CUBE FOU l'A VE "WORM. Address
T11 K CULVEUWELL MEDICAL CO.,
.ll ANN St. NKW ?OIIK; Post ?tficc Box, 4.*>cT.,
July 1_ly.
QQAA^LS V?" II AT every mother needs {'..
wiJU'/ her child. when it i.- tp.ubied ??iii
WfriHj Sold bv t?'ruirir?sts:
Hardware Merchants.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
WHEELER & MELTCK COMPANTS
THRESITERS, CLEANERS AND
SEPARATERS,
THE ITHAKA HORSE RAKE,
BALDWIN'S FEED CUTTERS.
BUFFALO STANDARD SCALES.
AMERICAN BARBED WIRE FENC?
ING.
L. T. 8R?NFS P?TENT
FAN MILLS.
Schofield's Cotton Press,
THE CENTENNIAL COTTON
GIN,
CONDENSERS and FEEDERS:
ALSO AGENTS FOR
Tlie Brown Cotton Gin.
For Sale :
GIN BRISTLES,
SMUT MACHINES,
MILL PICKS,
BOLTING CLOTH,
BOLTING WIRE,
RUBBER BELTING,
BABBITT METAL,
MILL STONES,
MILL SCREWS,
CORN SHELLERS,
COTTON BEAMS,
SUGAR CANE MILLS,
HUBS, SPOKES. RIMS, j
AXLES AND SPRINGS.
i
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A Full linc of Horcigu and Domestic j
HARDWARE,
CUTLERY,
GUNS. ?fcc.
HART & COMPANY, j
i
i
M.sy ?V; 1 SSI. ly. '
KERCHNER
& CALDER
BROS.,
COTTON FACTORS
- AND -
WHOLESALE GROCERS
WILMINGTON, N. C.
BAGGING,
TIES,
TWINE,
SALT,
BACON,
MOLASSES,
COFFEE,
CHEESE, &c, &c.
Wilson Childs & Co's. WAGONS, at?
man ufacturer's prices.
Liberal advances on Consignments,
and prompt returns at highest market
prices._Sept. 2
BX MITCHELL ?S?5,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
OFFER FOR SALE
AT LOWEST PRICES
Choice grades FLOUR, own manufactur ?
ALSO,
Fresh Ground MEAL, HOMINY. "
CRACKED CORN. PEA MEAL, &c.
-- ALSO, --T
Selected RED RUST PROOF SEED
OATS.
Selected BLACK SEED OATS.
Selected North Carolina and Maryland
SEED RYE.
Selected White & Red SEED WHEAT.
All our Goods guaranteed best quality
and at lowest prices. No charge for de?
livery to Railroad.
B. F. MITCHELL & SON.
NORTH-EASTERN R. R. CO.
SUPERINTENDENT ' S OFFICE,
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD CO.
CHARLESTON. S. C., Auf:. 7, 1881.
Commencing MAY 18th, the Mail and Pas-,
sender Train of this Road will be rua daily as
follows :
Leave Charlean. .8.00 A. M. 8.15 P. 3f.
Arrive Florence.12.35 P. M. 1.30 A. if.
Leave Florence.- J .00 P. M. 3.20 A. M.
Arrive Charleston.5.50 P. M. 8.00 A. M.
Train leaving at 8.00 A. M connects at Flor?
ence with train for Cberaw and Wadesboro'.
J. F. DIVINE, Gen'l Supt.
A. POPE, Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent.
Aug 16. _
CHERAW AND DARLINGTON AND CH ERAW
AND SALISBURY RAILROADS.
PRESIDENT'S OFFICE,
SOCIFTY ?ILL, S. C., May 23, ISSI.
LN AND AFTER THIS D.ATE, TRAINS
on these Roads will run as follows,-every
except Sunday.
Leave Wadesburo. 8 40 A m
Leave Bennett'*-. 9 00 a ra
Leave Merren. 9 15 a ia
Leave MeFarlan. 9 35 a m
Leave Cheraw. 10 15 am
Leave Socicry Hill. 10 50 a m
Leave Darlington . 11 35 a in
Arrive at Florence.... ?2 10 p ra
CP.
Leave Florence.-. 12 ?0 p m.
Leave Darlington. 1 20 p m
Leave Society Hill. 2 10 p m
Arrive at Cberatr... 2 50 p JI
Arrive at Wadesbore. 4 15 p ia
The freight rrain will leave Florence at 6.30 A
M every day except Sunday : making thc round
trip to Cheraw every day, and to Wadesboro as
often as may be necessary-keeping out of the
way of passenger train.
B D TOWNSEND. President.
Charlotte, Colombia and?ugusta E. R..
Omcs ASS'T GEN'L PASSENGER AGENT,
j COLUMBIA, S. C., Nov. 28, 1880.,
ON and after this date the following Schedule
will be operated by this Company :
Passenger Train Ko. 42-Daily.
Connects with South Carolina Railroad tra?a
at Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta Junction
for Charleston except Sundays.
Leave Charlotte. 1 50 p. ra;
Arrive at Columbia. 6 38 p. ra
Leave Columbia. 6 45 p. m
Arrive at Augusta.10 50 p. ra
Passenger Train, No. 43-Daily.
Leave Augusta. Y 30 a. m
Arrive at (Julumbia.ll 45 a.m.
Leave Columbia.ll 52 a. m
Arrive at Charlotte. 4 45 p. m
Passenger Train Ko. 47.*
Leave Augusta. 6 00 p. in
Arrive at Colnmbia.10 30 p. m
Leave Colu:i:-/ia.10 37 p. m
Arrive at Charlotte. 3 25 ?. m
Passenger Train Ko. 48-Daily.
Leave Charlotte.12 47 a. m
Arrive at Columbia. 5 43 a. m
Leave Columbia. 5 50 a. m
Airiveat Augusta. 9 50 a. m
Loni Frtighl-Daily except Sundays.
With Passenger Coach attached.
Leave Charlotte.*.. 6 00 a. ia
Arrive at Columbia. 4 10 p. m
Leave Columbia. 7 40 a. m
Arrive at Augusta. 6 30 p. m
Leave Augusta. 6 00 a. m
Arrive at Columbia. 4 00 p. m
Leave Columbia. 6 00 a. m
Arrive at Charlotte. 4 00 p. m
Pullman Sleeping cars on Trains No. 42 and
43 between Augusta and Washington, D. C.,
via Danville, Lyuchburg and Charlottesville.
Also, on Trains 42 and 43 between Danville and
Richmond.
* Numbers 47 and 48 run solid between Au?
gusta and Florence and carry Pullman Sleepers
between Augusta and Wilmington.
Numbers 47 and 4S run solid between Augus?
ta and Richmond also, and carry Pullman.
Sleepers between Augusta aud Danville.
A. POPE,
General Passenger Agent.
G. R. TALCOTT. Superintendent.
'TRADE!
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Testimony of Druggists.
We have been selling "Swift's Syphilitic
Specific'' for many years, and regard it far su?
perior to anything known to science, for the
diseases it is recommended to cure. We have
never known of a single failure.
S. J. CASSKLLS. Thomasville. Ga.
L. V. CREEE. & O'.. Korsvth, Ga.
HUNT. RANKIN ? LAMAR. Atlanta, Ga.
PEMBERTON, SAMUELS & REYNOLD?,
Atlanta, Ga.
ATLANTA, GA., July 1. 1S74.
Wo have been using ''Swift's Syphilitic Spe?
cific" in the treatment of convicts for the last
vear. and believe it is thc only certain known
'remedv that will effect a permanent cure of
diseases for which it is recommended.
GRANT. ALEXANDER & CO.
1,000 Reward
Will bc r>a;d to any Chemist who will find,
on analvsis ofonc hundred hollies of S. S.S., ono
particle" of mercury, iodide potassium, or any
mineral substance.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Proprie?
tors, Atlanta, Georgia.
Sold bv all Druggists. Call for a copy of
"Yonn^ Men's Friend." 9t May 31.
J
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