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HOW TO MAKE A COTTON fil
EDITOR STATE AG. JOURNAL: of
As time for cotton planting is fo
near at hard, I will try and give Y(
your readers some of my experience It
with cotton and its cultivation. lo
A thorough preparation of the di
land is essential for a good cotton st
crop, and the more thorough the I1
preparation, the better will be the ri
results. All lands intended for wl
cotton should be broken up in Janu- or
ary and February in order that all to
the old stalks and vegetable mat- dc
ter may have time to decay before sr
planting time. Should any part of w(
your land break up in clods, and re
main so until the middle of March, ea
run your sweeps over the land when ea
it would be a little too wet for the th
plow, and yoa will have a nice turn be
seed bed. Land broken up early, th
causes the grass seed to germinate co
near the surface and in bedding you an
kill out the earliest grass, and get ea
the start. The earlier barnyard W(
manure is put in the better, either: w
broadca;t or in the drill, only two fe,
furrows should be thrown upon it, th
in order to i ive a fresh bed for see,d pl
-by splitting the middles just be- th
fore planting. dr
CAtton rows should be lzid off in an
proportion to the strength of the th
la-nd: say from two feet nine inches, I
to five feet. I believe more cot:on af
is lost by having rows too widd than t
too narrow. Guano saune as barn- -h
ya;rd, only it should be put in as a
near planting time as possible. - to
I've never derived any benefit from le:
second application after planting. Iai
A good stand is very essential,
without which you need not expect
a good crop. The less seed sown, a
[if a stand can be obtained,] the q
better ; for cotton standing thin in tal
the drill before being chopped out, h
is less liable to lice, will not dietl
out as much, and will grow off bet-th
ter. and make more cotton than th<
when sown thick. No plow should vit
ever be permitted inside of a cot- thi
ton row, after the cotton is planted, wi
except a sweep. Barring of cot- P
ton, I've no doubt, has cost every"
farmer who has done it, one-fifth of su
his crop annually. In barring off, d
the lateral roots are cut, all the b
dirt is taken from the young plants, re
the winds blow it down, the rains
wash it up, and it is impossible for
the plants to grow, until the tap
roots extend below the furrow cut pla
by the plow, and then one-fifth isse
covered up by the plow in trying thi
to dirt it. My -plan is, to hlave my a s
beds as fresh as possible at planting Wa
time, to let my cotton come up be- We
fore the grass; start my sweeps "
[Dickson] as soon as my cotton is ter
up, then side as close g.s possible, be
not to cover the cotton entirely up.
The consequence is, the first rain
washes the dirt down around the o
cotton, covering the little sprigs of d
grass, if any, and leaving a ridge wi
about two inches wide for the hoe,
and hands will chop one-third more
land thus treated, than any other J
way I've yet seen, and leave the n
cotton standing up, and the lateral :
Always chop to stand the first
timne, no matter who says -'block it
out."' .And take painis and get out
every sprig of grass the first time, ~
and' be sure and brea-k the crust (i
and pull it from the cotton. I'vemi
had farmiers to atsk n:e why I was sis
so p, eticular about having the vrust get
broken and p)uled oft. Th'iey thought on~
the plow would cover up such places. A
You can't plow sufficiently close ou
the first timae to cover up such places M
without covering the~ cotton, and1 ab
then you countenance hands who
are disposed to slight their work
a bad sign on the farm. I would Ox
not thank a man to block my cot-in
ton, nor would I give one cent for
any machine to do it. Cotton.y
choppers and cotton pickers havn't t
yet been invented, and never will wh
be in our day and generation-I te'
mecan successful ones. Sneep close, un
chop to a stand, get all the grass,te
break the crust (if any) to kill the*
seed that is germinating ; keep i
your sweeps moving rapidly, going lfi-s
round every ten or twelve days; ahi'
anl v ou need not have more than str
one hoe hand to every fifty acres, roi
(if you have good plow hands,) af-; Th
em. yoro cntton s chonned out . not
ou will have no trouble in picl
g out, and'your expenses will b(
ie-third lest than the old way.
ry it and report.
April 3d, 1874.
HE DRY EARTH PROCE.S
IN THE POULTRY HOUSE.
The dry carth process can be
>plied in a way peculiarly valua
e to the farmer and garden(r.
i this country, poultry are kel t
r everybody who owns land, from
ruod to a run. But how few of
have an idea of the value or the
iantity of manure that can be
Ile from poultry. I have a pile
St noIW, as good as lgano, as I
Lve every reason to believe, that
led the dray three times. I
ould say it weighs over two tons;
Id all this has been gathered out
the fowl-house from some 50
w1s, 17 ducks, and 29 geese,
>ung an4l old, since August last.
was made in this way: Five
ads of dry, good black soil were
unped into an empty stall in the
able during last winter-in June.
elieve. This earth is used for va
>us purposes about the house
lerever it is needed, that is the
der. It very naturally came in
use in the fowl-hous,. to keep
1wn the ammonia -that can be
ie.led at some distance during
Next it was found that it was
sier to spread a few shovels of
ith over the floor of a morning
an scrape up the place, as we had
en doing all these years. The idea
at we were making a very rich
nipost-something very like gu
o-followed some time after the
rth-spreading commenced. Then
Slaid on the earth as thick as it
is necessary to keep the place per
ely dry. The change is some
ing to be surprised at, and it
ases everybody concerned with
e poultry. Fully one-half of the
V earth has been absorbed there,
d in turn it has absorbed every
ing it came in contact with. The
xture has no s-mell whatever, and
or being broken and chopped with
esp.ade is a greyish powder. As I
.v. said the heap is over two tonus,
.d is sufficient, if I amt any judge,
m;anure an acre of wheat, biar
Sor oats.-Mono AN, in Queens
WATERIsa: PLANTs is una
Plants growing in tile opnen ground
d fully exposed to the sunt, are fre'
ently ruined by the very means
ovu to save them-by watering in
t. dry weather. Generally, merely
surface of the 2round is wet, and
moisture soon evalporatcs, leaving
soi! dry and hard--ahuost imiper
us to air as well as to the de ws. But
Sis not the only,nor the greatest evil
ich results from the slig ht watering
nftS get. The temxporary,superficiatl
isture causes the roots to seek the
face. where. in the intervals be
een the waterings, the beat and
alght destroy them, and the plants
come stunted or die outright. The
nedy lies in a mnure thorough irri
tion and in a different mode of ap
ring the water. In the case of
ig trees and large herbacious
nts, t.he best way is to carefully
ae away the soil around them to:
depth of au inch or two, formiing'
hallow basin into which sufflieent
ter should be poured to moisten
i the ground as deeply and as widely
the r..ots extend. Whent the wva
has soaked in. the diry earth should
return,ed, which will prevent a
edy evaporation. Amiong small
uts. which can not be tre:atedl in
s way, miake holes with an iron rod
:a sharpened stake several inches in
>thi andl fill them with water which
I thus reach the deepest roots.
(JRural Carolinian for June.
i.arraN( SnETl 1OTATO SIPs.
-DulAws."--lt is well to take. ad
taeof a rainy day for planting if
a can, but phmnt whether it rain or
.W': have planted in the midst
sverest droughit with the loss of
y few plants. '-Grout" the plants
plunging the roots into a batter
uposed of equal parts of fresh cow
,g, wood ashles and veg.etable mould.
medl with water to the proper con
i-iay to adhere to them. This will
ser.:lly insure a perfect estand,"'
I hasteu the growth of the vines.
good crop of pdtat.ies will --help
."wonderfully, and there is no rea
table i-xeuse fojr not hiavinig an
mndance of them.
(1Rurai (aroli;nianu for Judn,.
AMERICAN RAIsED WAFFLES.
Le pint of sweet milk, one heap
;teacupful of butter, three eggs,
teaspoonful of thick brewer's
ist, one ijuart of flour, and ano
rteacupful of sweet milk, in
ich is dissolved a quarter of a
.spoonful of soda. Let it rise
til light, then bake as other waf
.Serve withbutter and sugar.
Plowing is often hard work. This
~specially true in striking out the:
t*rrow. In sod land we should
-ays put on three horses or else
ike ouL a light narrow furrow. Oni
bble lanid we throw up a light fur.
rand then throw it back again.
is plows the whole land and does
overtax the team.
Origin of tlhe Dollar Mark.
A writer in the Atlantic _11m thly
has a curious paper on the origin of
the dollar symbol ('). In brief, his
theory is tiat the two parallel upright
narks may be trncd back to the pil
lars of Hercules. anm1 the S-like figure
is the scroll entwined around the:.
According to tradition, when the Ty -
riau colony landed on the Atlautie
c :.st of Spnin. :i:nd found-d the ;in
C.ent city of Gades. now Cdiz. M31
carthus, the leader of the expedition,
set up two stone pillars as nemorials,
over which was built a teuple of Her
eule.. As the temple increased in
wealth. the stone pillars were replaced 1:
b oth1ers itit ti a -ll1v f u.
:1ve, 1an thItse twoplt becvamtie,
in ti'.ue, tht- emblem of the city. as a
ioiSls h-:U' bee:e that of Canig
Centuries inter. whIc!i Charles '. he
ttie tilperor of GerimaV. le adqit
ed a new coats of arms. in which the
pillars of Gades or Cadiz occupied a
prominent position in the device.
Hence, when a new coin, the colouna
to, was struck at the Imperial mint
it bore the'new device-two pillars,
with a scroll entwined around thein.
This coin became a standard of value
in the Mediterranan, and the pillars
and scroll became its acceptd symbol
The two horizontal bars which cross
the symbol of the English pound ster
ling are also thought. to litive a similar
origin. In the same paper the sym
bolic origin of the pillars (if Hercules
is traced far back into the remote era
prior to the dispersian of the human
race frotu its Asiatic birthplace. They -
are identified with the household pil
lars of the Scandinavians, and the idea
from which the concrete embodinients
spring is to be found alike in the
Sanscrit Veda, and in the glowing j
iuagery of the Hebrew poets. They
are the symbols of (lay anud night. or
light and darkness. which to the dawn
ing .intelligence of the Arian races,
were evidences of the O11mnipotent.
and. to the Jewish patriarchs, the
work of a revealed Creator.
.osh Billings says: I will state
for the information of those who '
haven't had a chance to lay in se
cret wisdom az freely az I hav,
tbat one single hornet who feels
well cati brake up a whole camp S
The cremationits ill Phole
Island linlrail go ir Bur;.de
THOMPSON & JONES,
1E WBERt.Y C. II., S. C.
Graduates of the Pennsylvania College of
Mar. 19, '73-11-t f.
[ID 1M9 MBOR OFFIRE
The undersigned, having established a
Land ar.d Labor Office in the town of' New
erry, S. C., will buy and sell lands, or ne
oiate s.,les for lands. Also provide Ia
orers to work for wages; or to work for
prt of the crop, or to rent lands.
He will also procure houws for innmi
rnts, and will co-operate with the regular
stablishied immnigration agencies for the.
Maj. R B. Hlmtan i' employed to assist
in the mnagfliemetwi of the office, and Rev. II
I. W. Ku:h:zs atil C. G. Jaege.r, Esq., haive
:Oi.,ent,'l to attend to the interpretation
and correspondence. HI. H. BLEASE.
Apr. 15, 15-tif.
THE ORPHANS' FRIEND I
A PA PER~ FORt THE FAMILY CIRCLE.
PUBLISHED EV'ERY SA TURDA Y
CAliOLINA ORtPHAN HOME. c
;ne vear, ini advance, - - 0 I
Sitmonths. in advance...-.-.-..-.- - 00
.o all Ministers,. One Dollar per Annutm.
RATEs OF ADvEI:a ING~ RtEAsONABLE. at
All the prtits of this paper are used in *'
upporting destitute orphtanls. we want ni
very one* who readts tis to subscribe.
Adcre.as. It. C. OLiVERt. -
S,up't C.arolina Or phan itome,
Jan.21i-tt. Sparitnhurg. S. C. '
THE WALTON HOUSE,t
MORGANTON, N. C. I
JNO. C. MALLARD,
FirtL- Livery Stable in connection with
the Hiouse. Aug.27, 34-3m.
The Pioprie tor of thec Whseeler Hlouse
o.ld respe-ctfIuliy in formm the tra veling pub-.
le that iii order to nm;inztai:i the rey.uitationt
of his Hlouse as a irst class lIotel, he a ill
ontinue hsis prices as lbe-ietor'ore, and guar
n:es to give t hat sat isfact io.t which lhas
eured to the House the reputaltioni it now
as. T. M. POLLOGK,
Nov. 12, 45--tf. Propiet or. S
The Newberry Hotel. C
C. C. CHI ASE, Proprietor.
I would re-spectfunlly inform cmy friends
and the traveling publie generally, that I
m reuovatincg the Hotel preparatory to the
The house is sunpplied with comupetent,
aithful, polite crl at t.utivse servants.
Liberal reduction tmads to weekly antd a
nonthly :oarders. A pr. 22, 1 6-tf. :at
JAS. LEFFEL'S 3
urbine Water Wheel.
POOLE & HUNT, Baltimore,10
Manufacturer, for the South and Southwest.
Xearly 7000 now in use, working under .
heads varying from e to 210 feet ! I t,
24 sIzes, fromi 5t to 96 inchtes. hc
The most powerful Wheel in the Market.
And most econmical in use of water.
arge ILLt'STRA TED) Pamphlet sent post fr-e.
MANCLFACTURE.RS, ALSO. OF
Portable atnd Stationary Steam Engines and
Boilers, Babcock & Witcox Patent Tuobumous
Boiler, Ebaugh's Crusher for M~inerals. Saw
and Grist Mills. Flouring Mill Machinery.I
Machinery for White Lead Works and Oil
Mills, Shafting Pulleys and Hangers..
SEND F0E CIECULARS. tIe
Feb. 2.5. ~'-~m. , mcmi
& W. C.
BEG to announce to their numerous frien
as ful! ks in fmrmer sea-ons, :a i is n ow ope
OUR CUSTOM I
rcp;xe %%i*. a well ss:. c:ed s:uck of GASI
Siv.. a .all and he !on..'iced thit you
G; j: h i, t C. U. it., with the p1 ivilegr 0l
A p 8, 11 -f.
INILIN11 BD ANERIAN II
111ON. NTEEL. NAILS, 1sTIN 1 l.
tA!INES, CIICULA11 SAWS. MILL
BlUILi1NG and TiIMMING MATE
BELTING, ALL K!
IOUSEKEEPING AND Fl
A(R1CUI.TU1'AL IPLEMENTS, L1IE.
FENCH ad AMERICAN WIN W
SHOT BIELTS, FLASKS, 1
At the Sign of the G
Feb. -25, --tf.
lways the Same all
the ' ear Round.
. F. JACkSOil
'he Leader of Low Prices,
Has again opened a
plendid stock of NEW
'-OODS at very low
Come all a n d get
OOD BARGAINS in
pring and Summer
N. B.---Prices too low
o be advertised.
C. F. JACKSON,
128 MAIN STREET,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
ay 13. l9--tf.
ENTS' FUNISHING 0000S.
INARI) & WILEY,
COLUM BIA, 8. C.,
H ae inl ltore onle of thle large sta:11nd o.t
maplet e .assortmients of CILO fIllINI and
RNIsING; GOODS to tbe oun~d in the
lte, and still contir.ue to i.ell their goods
the very lowest price.s. Come and1 see
ar stock,~ n judge for youirself, if we do
sell eaIper than the theapest for casha.
UNIX IRON WORK,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
GOLI 1Tll & 1iND.
otrdrs aod Machilists,
atioary Steam Enigines
and( Boilers for' Saw
AW AND GRIST MILLS,)
ASTINGS of every kind ill Loron or ias.
l gularltatee to furnilh Engin<las aral
ileri. of a, t;ood quiaI Ity :ilt powlIer. :and
:i low r.11tes as- can be hail in the North,.
ae manufa~!icture, :,1O0. Itie IA )l)Y I M
OV) WA'TElI W 'IEEL.. whien wve re
lann Ifor power. $1im plicit y ofI conlstrule
. e -:L-T-It oii -orik. 1:11! lsure prompt.
ssndi dispiatch in liig oi le iID
Ian. 1t, -2-tf. Columbhia, S. C.
eegers' vs, Cincinnati
Ie Cincin nati G-lztte miake' the aon
i g anlounlcem n tha1lIt (inci:a i heer1
tIo)longer puire, IL:i alduterated wvii t mo
ses, sugar t' it.Lreh. fiusel oil and the
inos(IiI colcie ini. TIhze ConIIIni.'.ioner
Agriculture, inl his report for 1865, slays
at Prof. Mapes, of New YTork, anatly zed
ebeer from a dozent different breweries,
dfound all of it adulterated. Cocculiri.
dieu an.411nux v'owica entered largely in
1. C. SEEGERS guartantees his beer to be .
re and reliable. He' does not adulterate
but brews fromn tihe best barley, malt anId
ps. Febi. 4, 5-t f. -
REESE~ & CARROIL
NG AND flAJFR PESSTNG,
North of the Pollock Hou-e,
COLUMBIA, s. C.
oom newly fitted and furnished, and gen
men attended to with celerity, after the 0
is? approved styles, Nov. 2% 47-tf. JJ
A, S. C.,
Is and patrous thai their
IS, Etc., Etc.,
u for inspee!ion.
1ERES and VESTINGS.
r'an Save moneyW by SUplyin" 7ou wUIant
G AND HIAT HOUSE.
examining before paying for same.
M0117ARE IND C,TLERY
ST(VNE.s. ItO!.TING CLOTH. s.%lUT
]RONS. S G.l '\ :.C.\It'Rl.\G;E.'
IA LC. UUBIBE i :!al LEATIl ElR
NDS01 TOF L
CEMENT. V LSTEA.. PAINTS. 01ILS.
G1.A.5;'-, ((N!4 RILE4, PISTOL.s,
I )WDEt.Iir, &c., &o.
A, S. C.
Stationery and Bidin;l.
NEW STITIONTERY 110SES
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in tie new and hand
ollie building inmcdiately opposite the
bcnix office, on Main street, a complete
omprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, uf
d, sizes, qualities and of every descriptionl;
,iat Papers of Cap, Demy, Double-Cap, Me
iam, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperial
zes, which will be sold in any quaniiy, or
ianufactured into Blank looks u :any1' i7e,
LId ruied to any pattern, and bound inl any
;yle, at hAurt notice.
ENV E LOPES
n endles' variely-all sizes, colors and ql-i
Jr every varsi:yV, 31emoranllnt :iiil Pss
;oks, Po..cket ;ouk;s, I.v(oice and Letter
lio . Itereipt 1"ooks, Not. Bocok,.
ARCIil 1';ES :.;nd Dl,AUGilTSmEN will
ind1 : CotIo114le S:-ek o lawrials fr tthe:r
is. I w)r iwing Papt-, in Ahet:s an I rolls,
:i-oanls, Po -tai Paper indl Boards, Oil
'aier, P'eil-, Water (olors, in; e-'.e ;and
ao:es, Brushe.:, Ci aysi, Dr:awing PeII-.
)f everly de,criPti; a -I'Areat v%Ilietv of coil.
-!1;elle and u..-al .ricls or bAth 1;l aeher
Photogzrah A lbius, W ritiin:: I)-sk, Po(rt
lias, Cab:as, witi lax:-, and a e-nautless
AI.,, ilmsat eleganit stocsk of Goall Peins
mid Pencil Cases, superbly-inun ted Rubber
Bhic-k, Blue, Violet :and C:armiine, Tudlelible
tid Copvini; alueil:e; Chess and iback
mmmni:l ein and Basard- : Visitin;ansd Wed
ing Cards, aind everythsing usually kept in a
~irst Olass Stationery House,
Vhichi the subscriber intends this shall he.
Hie will still condunet his BINDERY and
LANK BUOK MIAN VACTOlkY and PA
'ERULING ESTABLISIIMENT, which
tas een'l iin susccessful oper:ationi for over
birty years in tiiis State, anfd to which he
rill continue to devote his own persontal at
ention. His stock will be kept up full and
omplete, aind his prices will be found always
casonab!e, ansd lie hopes to bace a share of
E. R. STOKES, Min Street,
Nov. 15, 46-tC Oplao ite Phonix Offiee
Doors, Sas,h and Blinds.
GEO. S. HACKER'S
Joor, Sash and Blind Factory,
KIlNG, OPPOSIT E CA NNON STR EET.
TIe onily house of the' kind in this City
wnedn atand ma'naged by a Ca.roliniain.
Lage Stock always on hand, and sold at 20
per cent. less than Northern priCes.
Adress. GEO. S. IH A CK EtI,
P. 1.. Itox 1~0. Charleston, S. C.
J . , NY
ont rA o d
SA A8,A A akt Stree
CLO W LESTON RIE.
Thi Cut entered according to Act of Congress,
Sthe year 1873, by I. H. H AL L & Co., in the of
c-e of te Librarian of Congree, at Waahington.
June 25, 1873-25-ly.
Regular and Transient
BY MRS. BREAZEAI.E.
The location is convenient, being near
e business portion of the city-ajacent
the Central hotel. Transi~ot Board ~
.O ieticnes. /
TIE BEST ADV[CE TIIAT CAN 11E
,iven ,to persou-; surini-iijg from Dyspepmia,
Liver Complalt::, Couutipation, Colic. Sick f
He alacie, Chi:ls and Fever, Nervous Debili
ty, or of any disorder ot theanach, liver or
kidneys, is to tone, cleanse and regulate thein
hv the use of
DR. T'TT'S VEGI.rA BLE LIV ER PILLS.
They act very mililly, vet th-oroughly restore
the functiona! ate:Ion of the digestive organs
and the inte-tine, and renovate the whole
systen. They produce nither nausea, grip
ing or we:.kuess, :und tmay be taken at anly
time without change of d iet or occupation.
Price 25 ceite a box. Sold by all druggists.
Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye
Pussesses qualitie.s that no ohelr dye does.
It., efecet ik insraultacos, :and Fo natural
that it cannot be det7te,l Iy the clo;est oh
server. Being h:mat!csnam e:asily anplied,
it i ill genleral use amlongl the na-ihiinbalie
ha ir dres.,ers in every large city in te Luitel
Price 51 a Igx. Sold everywhere.
SCROtFI'LA. Ei-l'I VE )ISEASES OF
TIlE SKIN. ST. ANTlONY'S FIRE. EltY
SIPELAS. 1ILOTCH.S. TUMORS. BOILS.
TETMTE. ANI) SALl' RIIEUMl, (.\L.1)
H F AD, INGWORII, U; EIUMATIISM,
PAIN AND> E l M.GEMIENT OF T!lE
BON ES. FEMAL E 1"EAKN ESS, STERIl
TY, LEUORlI 1(IA (I.' WlEls. 1%:ONl B
DL.EASES. Ot PSY. ilf~l 1 1FSA'EILL
INGS. SYI'HIL S. KI)NF.Y AND LIVER
COMPLAINT, M1,C'RIA LT.AIN I', AND
I'll."S. al priceteda roni aipur b!oWod.
DR. TUTT'S SARSAPARILLA
i, the most p oerful 1 loo-11 Purifier kiinown
to m'eca I sceneuce. It inters into the ciw ula
tatn andai eraaieteas every morbtlitic agent: renao
vaae, tht !ysem: produce a beau:Ito com
plexion an'd ca-use; the boly to gain fle4h and
inrea,ze iu weight.
KEEP THE BLOOD HEALTHY
ald all w:ll be well. Toa do so, ntlhing has
ever been offerel :hat ca cmlpIre with this
valtialj;e ve-itable exract. 1'rice S.O a
:i bottle. Stlal l Dr ists. Office .18
Co randt Street, N. Y. Apr. 1. 8-1F.
A1 1lI[DIC-At THIT H illl
Dr. D. S. PERRY'S
ITese l'it-r- 'inn bwom th e :i!rsal
e l-.h o: a. I..- Th - i, nt i:. i ke
the orto:" -:, t'oh- :1..e .!i(! ThiWo
n i,:, . :r.- a - . lo ! I
o: tO I ii
a:o, ae ' :, '. i: . Tha a r it p ci l!
. a.i:e t a a - - Ii i: a a
Dlyspepsia, Livve amatia
To Delicate Females.
Ladiaes, old or ' n g, w ill fiaad atlw.e Ilia.
tea' e'Specaailly .ia p-d a.. i.,e':mes pecutliar'
to thecir sex . NerVousnteas, Loamitude,
\\aa:at of Appea'ire,-* :nid GeneraI l)ellty, .di
ieldl to the maaie ebaraaa of uL:s in:ai
HEAR WHAT IS SAID.
HEAR WHAT IS SAID.
HEAR WHAT IS SAID
"WVaondealaaa' a'ate'ets haave resualtedl fruoma
-our' Dr. 1' i-a:a '- liia wrs.'
- -ly (hillIs :are gaoe. I cman haa rttly b elieave
"Sendi mea ana at-a' l'Ena:a'.< litter.s agtaain.
Notinaga lik' taht; harea"
"I eatelaose aitilavit oft mya c:ase. I had to
d(a mo to coninc mae youa fatheia wondehrfual
--.arelv t her ara-e thle maost del igihtful wiane
toiC iaath. worl."'
--Dr. Wilsona says thlat you atare aL publitc
--HIirrah ! No aa re' thr.-aauntisma."
"-No maore heaclahe, t hanaks to you."
We c-ould fil athis p:aper tw'ice over with
just such gaenuainae extracts, but lhe ablove
musaat suflice. (h:r lineras are prepl.at'a tan.
der the~ sape-a i ,a ion I)al>. I) S. PEiav,
Ma'mbaer of ah la,' al t'iha- of Phyvsiciians
and :Suraitonam. l.m't-!o:, Enania, :tad ol the
M e'iic.al Clinac ie f Glo.:a
All1 onlers shlo:dai bae addres',sed to TIlE
PERRY A Ri M.A'TIC IWITTER CO.,
42 Courtland Street,
NEW YORK, U. S.
The Bitters are sold either by the bottle or caseI
at 81 p3r bottle.
Partie<m ian se:i ag h-rt,~ oa .oavme-r as to
t hir di ..- a i::e< a a;b.- 1 .. a .r byV
gIVing lita.' af t'aa:'' v - ' nel , Towna
where thev re-ile. It wi.i s:ave :5 a WOn
derfual amountatt ofl timeta and a:aa:a.aince if
this w ill he oha''a d-.
THE PERRY AROMATIC BITTER COMPANY,
12 Ca tl' l..\1 XTRF.F.T
SIMMONS' HEPA TIC COMPOUN'
Is~ pronountca d b*lly Dr. C A. Simmatos, whott
w.n,a the laormaer l'proprie'tor otf Smimona
ie r Regaalatoraa. a- beitng fatr supearior to
aty Livet- 3Meliaine maw atYered!l the pubheli.
It has a l:ar.ge ciaca iton antd is still gatiiing
round.aa .\lthhthiaaaall is a aaew praepara
a baa we uaalaeit:at igy sai) W weana pr)t(a2
tas gooda ereteat s i-tra m aaa am goodi. maen as
Thi., \la'diinae i-s nowa tat s'ale ait Mtaipifatr
tue 'trstatea b,y
DR. W. P. PRATT,
' ala .\ara'at fair Iti- pl;ace,
E. L. KING & SONS,
.1.NUF..CTIURl-t:s .t) PROtPlIlETORtS.
(C(L,U.iUI, S. V.
Fe b. . I- y
DR. GRE NEkS F/TO 1/RE5'
The Great Rem'Iedy' for Epilepsy,
kit', ly.taai. Caoavulionsi andai Nearvous
thaa its fr,aam aa. ir.-i diay. ta-c. cveaa whaer
CO POIXD EX CORIYIALIS!
Tec Gr-eat Vegetable Alterati Ye,
a-crfutla,Sa' iaion.aary my 1ali ,- ltitat in on
th le Skina t ati all asii,ea,es- ar iimg trout ani
'A ovi 'gaa Iiaaai fo iaau,hla Calb'. Brona
jaatis. .\atma. ad :I i a t theIa air
.saags anda I.Li:;ars lIy its taimaely nm.e
m: av supposed mea1 e of-'~a Conasut: t ou a:tr
praiptly li ceved' aind the Luings, restored
NEUR AL8/A SPECIFIC!
A promapt, pom'itivye attai paerm;anent telief
lot ithe exer-uciating painas ofI Nealatgia,
For sale by Dr. S. F. FANT, Newberry, S. C.
Prepared only b,y
DRS. GREEN, UNDLEY & BENTL.EY,
Dec. 17, 50-y. E' CHARLOTTE, N. C.'
DR. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAITa
D RUG GIST,
NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
May 3 18-t.r
tlanta and Iichmond Air Line
711.~ -It I I
The following l enger :-cdule will be
>perated on and aft.-r Monday. June 1-t. 1874
iuu by Atlanta Time.
GOING NOUTR->NPuL TiAIN.
.A!IVe Atlanta.......................6 p i
.eave .-eneea City...................... 11. p In
eave Gro.euvil'e........... ....... 1.54 a m
Leave 4partanburg......... ....... 4-6 a in
irrive at Cherlotte ................. .. . a i
GOING .OVIC - EXPIttEq TRAIN.
Leave Charlotte ..... .......... . . . .- -L', a i
Leave Spartantburg.....................51 a m
[eave (;revinville...........-..---.. ... - - 12 8;; p :n
leave Seneca City............... . 2.48 p itt
,rrive at Atlanta ....... . . ......... 1.1S , m
B3. Y. S.\%(l-. E.:. & SupVt.
NILMINSTON, COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA R. R.
6 ENEItAL PASSENGE IE: .PAiTMENT.
CoL.:MN iA . C., .1ay 15. 14. >
The followin- I';senger Schettik will b-., ope
-ated ou and after Aouday. .IL-ty 1Sth instanti:
No. * T1rain. No. 4 Train.
eave b . 6.40 a. In. S 45 p. m.
I..,ave Floree ......12 25 p. in. 2.10 a. m.
.A ri-c :t Wilningtou . 7 15 p m. 7.15 a. in.
No. 2 Train make, close conuection. via lItch
mod, to all points North, arriving in New York
t 6.4t a. in.
No. 4 Train makes close conuection. via old
Buiy Line. and also. via tichiistl. to all points
North. arriving in New York at 4 25 p). it.
No. 1 Train. Nt. 3 Train. I
Leave Wilutington... 8 Il a. It.. 1;.1 , p. M.
Leuve F:orter.ce. 4 t Il. 11 :17 t>. M.
Art ive :i' Columbia . U.55 p. in. 4.0) a. m.
Accowimodatijon Train No.2 leaves Colunbia
daily, Sunday excepted.
EIre. rain No. 4 lttves Columbia ev.ry
.\laki" cee-C coInectioUs at Columbia !cr all
pointbl ut.m, Wet
Through tickets sold. and baggage checked to
all principal l,oinits.
Pullman Palace Sleepers on all night traius.
A. PoPL. General l'unenger aud TicketAgent.
TIlE sll()It' LINE SCHEDULE.
Clirlotte. Columbia & .Augusta 1t. It.
GER-:0. ew PATE.
Cot.r iiiA. S .. May 16. 1:74.
The frWIo.ving l.ae:.er Sclhetdule will be OpIe I
rated t an aller Suidav. 37th instaut:
No. 2 Tr..in. No. 4 Train.
Leave Augusta.......... ; 30 A 31. 4 15 ' 31.
Leave .ville.......*7.33 A. 31.
Leave C C!umb3ia . Anc'n11.38 A. M . P.05P.31.
Artive tlihia.......11.41 A. 31. i 17 P'. 31.
Leave (olumbia .......11 5S A. 31.
Lvave Winib,ru...... 2.0,; P. 31. -
Leave <hie.ster......... :4 01 '. 31.
Arrive Charlotte.......to-45 P. . --
No. 2 Traii in:kez close coutaction. via 1,iCl
ittond. to all pt:oints North arriving at New York
at6.05 A. 31. No. 4 Train make. close conniec
tion. via Wiliingtou and Richmiond. to all
poi- North. arrivinr at New York it 5 15 1. 31.
No. I Traiii. No. Train.
Leuve (A.4,te........ 7.0 A. 31.
Leave ll(-.ter........... .38 A. 31.
Leave Wi!nI:bobo. 11 -:3 A. 31.
A ive al ( oluintbia... 2.0 l 31. --
Leave Coluiai ...... . 13 1'. 31. 3.40 A. 31.
Leave Voua :!:e'n 2 18 l'. 31. 4.15 A. 31.
Letve .ritevle..... 1) P. 31. 7.43 A. 31.
Ar!i.e .ta. .' 5 P. 31. 4.~ . 31.
-htre k f.- I i tne: : t1 u i.per.
'hi boul:d Ti. i - cv::Ite ut :.\u;uSa, "N i a.4
P:Ilt. Sonthl UI.d WeUt.
Thflrtligh: Tick.- -fid. and i:.a:ecek:t
all ri. I , o!lut..
Swv:ping ear., I.n all tii trai::-.
.JS ANDERISN. (,eieral 4:p*t.
.A. l'oPE. Gein. l'ee:L.:er ud Ticket Ageni.
GreenVille & Columbia Railroad.
Drilv. Sui.dayu .'et conecti: with
l;i i t\.:....h.Tra.. .'... X.11 al
%outh :a :: hte -! nb ::,(; .iAu_ ta
r -...;.di V% n (lp.e : .U:I.biLt an;d Au-i
, A!v Idula.. ......................(.t5 a Ini
"Neus herr';...... ............ ...0.4.; a in
" (t.ke-i,ur ............... ..... 2 o y m
- liel:to....................... 3.50 p mi
Arrive G.reet:ville...................~ 53 p in
Leave G:-e-ivitle................. 7.3' a nii
-lielio................. .'J30 a mn
" Ct.ke.bury.....................11 15 a mn
A .Lbeville.................... 0.i5 a mn
- Newbierry........ ........ ... 2.30 p, no
4 AI-:on.. ...... ...... .... ..... 4 20 pt mn
Arrive C.olnubia................... .. n p mi
.t)NEsoN a;:s Neut .ANt ni.tE nooi(:. nIvisioN.
Leave Walhalla at..................... 5.45 a mt
- Perryvil:e.....................625 a mn
" Pen'iletou.................... 7.10 a mn
- Ai:dernoii......... ......... l 1 am
Arrive at Ilelton......9... . 00. a mn
Conniectini wvith dotwn train fromi Greenville.
Lave lIelton at. :.o~i
Arrive at Walb:.lla . .. 71 i
Accomnmodationi Trains run on Abbeville
Branchi. Montdays. Wednesdays and Fridaiys.
On At:dermat lIranch, between Beltoti and Aui
dernon, on Tiuesdays. Thiursdays and Saturdays.
[ Ill .. DOD A.UE AD. Gen'l Sipt.
.JAn;z NoTntt, G;eneral Ticket Agent
Sep. 11, 37-I'.
South Carolina RIailroad Company,
CUAURSLOs. S. C., October i8. 1873.
ON anid af'ter SUN DA Y, October 19. the - l'as
wuger Trains oii the South Carolina Ilail Rtoad
will run aslfol lows:
Leave Charleston at.......... .. .....0 ' a mt
A rrive at Columibiaaut................... 5.00 p in
Leave Charle.ton................... 9.04 a mn
Arrive at Augu.sta......... ......... 5.00 p im
Leave Columbia ut................. S.4.1 a in
.rrive at (Charlestou at...... .... ..4.21) p mn
Leave Augusta............ ........ .t2 a mn
Arrive at Charle>toni......... ..2. p m
colU.) an.a NIOu-r muP:Lt'. (Sundays excepted.)
Leave Chiarlest .n at......................7 1(' p mn
Arrive :at CIlumbia at. .......... ... .d.3 t a mn
Leave (oluitubia at.... . .............7s p ni
Arrive at (hat le.ston at..... ..........t;A5 a in
ACcesrI.iTow 'x.Xiis'. (Suindays excettted.)
Leave Ciarie.tonr..... .............30 p ml
Arrive aut Aullista............. ...7.0' a mi
.eave Augusta.. ...................6..0 p mi
Arrive at (Charlesto:t ................5. a mt
Leave Summerville at.. .. ..........7 25a m
Arrive at Chiarleston...... ....... ...8 4' am m
Leave Charlestmn.................1- p mn
A'-rive at Suninierville... ....... 4 SJpin
.ave Camnd..... ............5' anm
Arrive at Columtbia.................11.50 a in
Leave Coluiubia.......................165 p m
.rrive tt Camiden...................3 3-> p~ m
1Day antd Night Trains make clos~e conuectioan
it Augusta, withI Georitia lnilroadl.
1Day Tramis, only. maike close coaection with
Haon aiid .\ugust.: Iailroad. This is a:so the
uickest and4 mioot oiret route, and as comn
rortatbie andI ce.ieaas any othier ;route. to 3tont
toe rv. Sehna. 3lobie, New O.rleane. and all
tther l'wints~ Southiwest. :and to l.ouisville. Ciu
:innati. (Chicago. St. I.vui-, an:d all othe.r ipoints
(olumbia Nig'ht Trai? conneote clots..ywith
lie ( reenv ih.:tii!tfColu;uola Itailroad; and with
lie C harlotte. Columnbia, and Augusta Itailroad
or points N orth
Thurotugh ticke.ts ou sale to all joints North and
Camideni Train connesat& at lKingville daily ;eic
Icpt Saa;days wvithi D.ty Ptassengar Train, and
-uns thirouth to Coluttbia on Mondays, Wednes
a amtI .daturdav..
'S. B. P1lFNS, General Ticket Agent.
SPAR TANBURS & UNION RAILl ROAD,
To Commence 25th November, 1873.
DOWN TI:AN PTAIN.
Arrite. L.eave. Arv.Lae
pataiburg.... t;.3o .i
t:tesville. ...7.i3 7.15 4' '.6
ac olet........... 7.23 7.34d;3 64
onev. .......(.1l S.1t .10s
nziony'ille...... .. S 3 9..1S
391 '........- 9.v 3.5
ish &an..........' 10. 1 32
,yh -' Fordl .,...11.7 18.104.22.168
irothier........11 35 11.452322)
T'.Arri187 . Leye
~5 etisa e:i. 'istNo fo 18.4jus
~at~d.AGenia edlio a 3a 1 p 6c.4
Addre~, JM 5.51C 6.00
Dcc 3 4-t~. lohete, .5 Y.1
Goi.. g 12.4 1.3
GL.iTE L.ORUE.O. Publistrterly,I
n o a y man 2. rn o....ta..
Comprising Charlotte, Colum1
Colum;ia & Avgusta,
Seaboard & Ronno
Ra:1way and S1
Transporing Freights to :nd from 1,teal
mouth. Virginia. without .1raying, Iran-fers,
to and from :l p1 int, south. l i lp .
of traffic. the 31anagueent iVite: attet? tin
which eqnal ill others in prompt movemel!
luIfornation of I he forwarting of art ieles
signees. and all Clallis for loss. damliage and<
of the Line, na.medi herein.
;AY INE .*[E!Ehi.
ANNAMESSIC LINE STEAMEI. -
31. CLYDE STEAMElS, - -
OLD DOMINION STE.A\MEi'. M(niaV:, te
MFICHXATS & MINERS' LINE. -
MERCHANTS & 30NERS' LINE, -
BALTIMORE & SOUTI!ERN TRANSPORTA
PHILA)ELP111A & SOUTIIERN STEA3Sll
Connecting at each place with rail lines for:
rent rates are given and guaniteed.
The following named Agents North will
W. 11. FITZGERALD, No. 4, Post Office Ave
E. K. BURG ESS. 73 Smith's Wharf.
C. E. BRAINEM). 1).7 Broadway.
Especially arranged for the movement of C(
Leave tCO,1lMBIA . 1.5 a. i.
Arrive at WIL.\INGTON - ti 0 -
Leave WILMINGTON - --i p. *ri
Arrivent :tPortsmouth - 2.li p. n.
OR +Coniectin,g with inward FreightTrains
C harlotte livision of Charlotte. Coliumlia ai
0Connecting closely witl outward-boun
*Connect in;- closeiy with inward-boun
connecinlag with out Freight Trains of(
lotte Division of Ch:ilotte. 'olumbia and 'Au
Augusta to Baltimore, 4 Days; Augu!
New York, 6 Days: Au;
A- For :l information, Blalnk lills of I
o70Hlling -oiuthern .\;-ents )f the Line:
F. W. CLARK,
.wi:ant Genera! Freight Agent.
WVilmingtoui. N. C.
THE CHRISTIAN INADEX.
ORGAN OF THE BAPTIST DENOMINATION,
REV. D. SHAVER, D--.. : Ei
R i.. 1). E .. T lt. > i> -. 1.A \\ T4 IiN.
MA..T. .JUNES. D.D..-NuvL:T'
is '::er. wh i ti . hal a hist F'
h:: b)(een the 0r1"" nd ta1vorite of' the titep
ti, fe Georiai . n for' the lpast seven
y .:n. bearin;e the' "aine' intimiat r' lait:on to
th.- brot'ehe t of Alaibaiuza andel 'l.,jOos
01 Tenneiiissee, 'oiuth Carmohlin. F"lori.bt anid
3lir.ii.ippi-wVill. in the tuture'. tuereit. by
the exce'llency ofl its chamracter. their hiighecst
a prciat'in Thle readecr will -Iind that. b'e'
sethielar'ge qu'antity oif Moral and el cl
gions T ruth w ithi which it in" frei;ghted week
1, a chaste selection of mniscellanueout re':ol
ing, anid a comiple'te siumsi.iary ofi retlit:ble
intelligence--both domestic and ireiyn
'will rend'er themu idependentt of other pan
pers. CorT'ee'tly tprinlted Market Repohirt !e of
the prienil cities n ill maitke the p)aper~ in-~
valuable to all classes of' our peopule. A s an
advertising miediumi, possessinig, as it tioes.
a constituiency of' over 250.000l intelligent.
substant ial Christian p)eople-it is unequal
led b)y any other publicattioni in the South.
T HE INDEX clubs with all the leading papers
and p)eriodticalts in the United States. The
interests of friends remitting us will be
Price in advance. $2 50 a year; to Mjius
ters. $2 L00.
JAS. P. HARRISON & CO., Proprietors.
To whom all coninaanient ions must be ad
- Sendl for spiecimlen coideS. icuiuir,
In conneCtion, with Tl'tw INl)>Ex we have
perhaps the largest and most complete
Book andI Job Printing oflice ini the South
THE FRANKLIN STE A PRINTING HOUSE
t whieb every style of Book. Mercantil",
Legal and! Railway Printo;ug is executed.
In excellenicy o1 mnannter, promple.uss and
CIEA PNER-.. we defy conmpetition.
Our ]hLANK' 1:00K MAN UFACTORYX is
likewise, well aeppointed. Orders solicited
for ever'y gi:ale 0r work in this depaiirtmieit.
County (ilic'iail- will lhat it toc their interests
to consult us as t o Legal Form Books, RIe
crds. Minute"'. Blanks, etc. Baoks. .\ews
papers, Sheet Music ande l'eriodicaels bound
aun rebound to order. Rlemeun'ber to make
your orders on the Franiklin St'eum Printing
louse. JA MES. P. HIAIRR I:SON CO0..
Nos. 27 and 29 Southi-BroaeC .treet.
Feb. 11, o-tf. Atlanta, Ga.
ue idGs' alid Ophans' edly S0iety,
NE WA RK, N. J.
CASH CA PITA L, $25,000.00.
Any healthy man. hetween the ages of 1$
:eme .5 years. may become a mzemnber- of this~
M E:insEls 2oNTII:UTIONS,
Quartely, .nnuai ty. Annually. sickness.
$ 1 50 $ 2 5 $ 525 $ 400
3 e0 5 Sit I') 50 5 on
e;o 00 cee 210l00 11100)
ej .e1 50 t3 5o '24 00
12 0 22enJ 42 00 320
i5 o.e :, 5 52 :5i 44 uo
HuN. JTOIIN WHITEIIEAD). President.
Addrss. BENJ. G. ItEtRIOT.
Special A gent,
Mount Pleasant, nietar Charleston. S. u.
The Piedmaont & Arlington Lire Insurance Co.,
Of' BICH MIOND, VA. *
Assets .Jangc.ary 1st.1ls73, - - $1.76d,945 00
D)ivieneds to Policr lliders. 1s72, 80,900 00
ieserve', being amiouint niecessa
ry to re-insure all lisks. - - - 14ri.% Ge
BENJ, G, H ERtItT,
Moun t Plea.iant, neat Charlesten, S. C.
De. 10 .4--V
uvaluble in Teething, and Summer Corn
plaints of Children. Caes
And other Diseases, ihecident to the period
Unlike the "Soothing Syruips," now so
viudely ued, this CORDI AL contains
)r other injutiouis Drug. It is conmposed of
he very best maiterials, and should be
ound in every Narsery. The best phy::i
:ianis recommlei:d it.
D;. H. BAER,
C HA.LSsTON. s. C
Eg Por saile by MO)TTE & TARRANT,
ewberry, S. C. May 3, 1S--tf.
~10RD RED1ECED TO $400 PER DAK
COLUMBIA, S. CN
The Proptrietor of this weiI k nown F IRST
3LASS HGTF.L would retspectful:y inform
is mianyv frieds andeth ticra ve'ig public
eneraly, t4ar he hu:s 'his dayv REDUCED
lS R ATES tiF BOA RD fuomu 81 per day
o 3 PER D)AY, and at the same time
lledges himself to sparec no pains :n the
anatigement of the hunese to sustaini its re
untation as a first class Hotel in every re
pect. WM. GORMAN,
July 30, 30-tf. Proprietor.
:>ia and A uguSta2. Wilmington,
Wilmnin1,n & We!d on,
ze, annd Cunrnecti:g
jlShip 1AI);t:-,: :.. W;i!:-1 ,nt-m :,nai P1orts
-d o t :itm lel e l 1" l-.: :, i te 1 .- .jtii e
to the T* uun .i:..,- <.2 h i.m e,
i - ula r; r:1tu it:I t o Shil;r. : im Con
erC1Z :Lt's.i' p t Stly iii i:.i- by A:rents
CON NE GIONS:
Daily, 7 1). ill.
SE.: L1 i I .A.
iontivs. We6 iesl-av :a nd Fridavs, 4 p. ill.
uy i sailt at laysi, ai 4 p.m2.
na:v. hi(.:1. ...I T ir,.1:ys ~ -an< u riay-,
4 '1. 11.. .! eIx it -i.h ip, nve-r ne -essary.
t-v-u1eaysand FriayS.at 4 p. mi.
V II)ENC E.
.We<1uesdiays and Sattirlays, at 4 p. m.
Lgton, N. 0.
mioN CON1PANY'S ST -NI ElRS, Wedlnesdays
P coM. N Y'- NT- :.S. Every Tuesday.
ill Nev En;gland towns. to wiich low7.st cur
Ittendi, in all re:-pects, to the patrons of this
A. W. KILGltE, 44 South Fifth Streit.
G .. H1. KEITII. 7 Washington Street.
'IC COAST LINE,"
tton and Merchandise on unequalled time.
.:m- lPollT,.M TH - - 7.15 p. m.
t Arrluat WILMHN<TON 5.:;0 p.m.
Ie.ev WIT.MINGTON - 11.30 11.m.
Arrive at +COLUMBIA 5-0 1). M.
froin Greenville and Columbia Railroad, and
I<l .'Iulusta Railroaqd.
L Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and
d Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and
;recnville and Columbla Railroad, and Char
ta to Philadelphia,6 Days; Augusta to
,usta to Boston, S Days.
ailing, Tirough Rat etc. etc. apply to the
G;eer:al Freight Agent,
W iIl iigon. N. C.; :s7 Broadway, N. Y.;
and Columbia. s. C.
Dr. J. Walker's California
Tinegar Bitters are a purely Veg
etable p're paration, made chiefly from
the native herbs foutiO on the lower
rang~es of the Sierra Nevada monn
tains of California, the medicinal
n)ronerties of which are extracted!
thter erom: with~out the use of AlcohoL
Thet .1uestion1 is ah:uost daily askted,
-What is thec cause of the unpar
ai!e&ed success of TINEGAR BIT
TERs r" Our answer is, that they
re:uove the cause of disease, and
the patient recovers his health. They
aethe great blood purifier and a
vi:t-gi:ig pritnil, a perfetReno
Never before in the history of the world
has a medicine been compounded pos
sesn h remarkable qualities of Viz
EGIRlTTERs in healing the sick of
every disease man is heir to. They are
a gentle Pargative as well as a Tonie,
relievi:rg Congestion or Inflmmation of
the Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilious
The properties of DL. WAL
ER'S INEGALRBITTERS are .Aperient,,Dia
phoretic. Carminative, Nutritious, Laxa
tive, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-Irritant
Sudorific. Alterative. and Anti-Bilious.
R. H. picDONIALD &; CO.,
Druggists & Gen. Agte., San Francisco. Califoem
Dia, & cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts..X.T.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers.
Iron in the Bloocd
MAKS TE EAR STRN8
T he Peruvian Syrup, a Protect
ed Solutieon of the Protoxide of
Irout. is so combined as to have
etw character of an aliment, as
eailyi digested and assimilated
with the blood as the simplest
food. It increases the qucantity
of Yature''s Own Vitalizing
4 gent, Iron in the blood, and
eures "a thousand ills."' simply
by Toning up.Invigorating and.
Vitalizing the System. Theo en...
riched and vitalized blood per
meates erery part of the body,,
repairing damages and wa'este,.
searching out mlorbid secre
tions. and leaving nothing for
disease to feed upon.
This is the secret of the wcon
derf t succes.s of this remed y its
curing Dyspepsia, Liver Comn
plaint, D)ropsy,. Chronic Diar
rhoexa, Boils, NervousAffections,
Chills anid Fevers, Humors,
Loss of' Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of' the rKineys and
Bladder, Femiale Complains,
and all diseases originating in,
a badl state of the bloo, orac
comfpanied by debility or a low
state of the system. Being free
from Alcohol, in any form, its
energizing effects are not fo&.
lowed by cor-respond2inzg rea
tion, but are permanenjt, infw-.
sing strength, vigor, and niew
life into alt parts of the system,
and building up an Iron Cone.
Thousands have been changed
by the use of this remedy, from
weak, sickly, suffering crea
tures, to strong, healthy, and
happy mezn an7d women; and
inr(dids cannot reasonazbly hiese.
it ate to give it a trial.
See that each bottle ha~s P ERU.
VIAN SYR UP blown in the glass.
SETH W, FOWLE & SONS, Proprietors.
No. 1 Mifltona Place, Boston.
SOL.D r. Daut:cords Gcryr.LLs
Se0. 24, ";3-3s-ly.
A desirable STORE ROOM on MainStreet,
be wenM.i shall's & Phifer's.
Apply at once to
. RS, D, MQWER.
Sep. 10, 86-tf.