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*wi yonr headei, o tall trees, above
.;sru, ) listen, sweet flewers, below
11u's t.ine furOver--my love, toy love I
Mly secret of ecrets now you know.
G:tyly ru-tle the lemes tn i prss ;
All w ebloieo.ns 'imile in the grais ;
Carol the b)irds upon every bough ;
"ilappy,'' they all s.ay-"Ilappy art thou."
Dear little birds, throughout all the land,
Yo will tell this secret of inine erelong,
But t one will be atblo to understand ;
They will only say : $ Ilow sweet the
And the Itowers will whisper my tale to.
To the tuiries that come in the clear moon.
And the leaves will murmur it soft, and low
To the summner.*inds that among them go.
0 birds, will you leave us when days are
Will the flowers wither, the leaves grow
Little brook, will the frost your wavelets
Will the earth be n'o,.as It was last year ?
To thh world shall winter coie by aend by
But when leaves hall hll, and when flow.
And th- woodland singers are over the sea,
This summer time still in my heart shall ie.
nY DInS. MARY C. VAUOIIAN.
It was uring the year following
that of my, leaving school, that I
pursuaded.bmy aunt, Mirs, Jared Jones,
the wif' . of my guardiun, with
whom, sipoo my early orphanage, I
had resided, to invite Edith Clare,
mly best-loved suhooluate, to spend
the winter with Ines: And acoompany
mo on my entrance igto society.
Mrs. Jones was a good-natured
woman, and very willing to indulge
the favorite niece, whom she looked
upon almost as her own child, so she
forwarded the desired invitation.
The only hesitation she felt, was the
family and social position of Miss
'It would be no credit eithor to
herself or to me to introduce a par.
venue into her elect circle. Had 1
ever hoard Miss Clare say anything
about her family ? The name was
good but were they rich, or well eon
ttetctcd ? Watt her father in trade or
in one of the professions ? Or had ho
retired from busiuoss ? .Hlad I seen
her parents ? But there was no use
in asking questions of such a little
1When tho invitation was fairly
dispatched, my aunt grew Intxious
lest she might have made a false
nove, but the reply partially renas
sured hor. Edith would gladly no.
cept the invitation to spend the
wintef with me, but she did not
desire any introduotion into Now
York society. 'At hoino she would
liid the greatest pleasuro in being my
companion, but sie feared her pres
once in the house would prevent me
from feeling perfect freedom. Other
Thus far my aunt road, then paused,
'llave her come, by all means,' she
crierl. This is just the thing. If she
is nuit eligilble, it will be well that she
does not expect to go out with 118
continually. I sh should prove to
boeclip ihele, we cana pursuatdo her to go
occatsioniIly, anid thuts enhancIne thle
-And thus it was that EdithI Clare
eamoi to meI.
We P pent a very hlappy winter.
Society h ad nmany attractions for mec.
I had( niot t hen leairned ho0w hollow
were its pretonitions, how vsain its
eecremIonies. But I was glad to
dlevoto large portion of my time to
Edith and so join her in the pursuits
her1 niuind,nnild th" comipletion of cet -
taini brta e!.A Of lher e'duenlttin
Shle had1 not long been wvith 11o
before trhe conmidied to m1e her itntention
of beQomling a teacher ; and whent I
saw ho0w conienCOtious wits her1 prepa
ration for t.is talk, I felt certain of
success, and mor(e't fond~ and proud of
miy friend than ever. I then learned
for the frt time thatt lher par1ents
were poor, andi that they had dhone
their'11 uimost for 'ner in provid ing her
so good an education. As a rule,
ourll SChIol-clothiing hatd been plain,
but 1 sawr now that hter wardrobe hald
received few additions, and was at no
lose for a reason why ahe declined
I did, however, induce her to go
with mie occasionally to somie party or
fashionable public resort. It was at
a soireo, given by one of our friends,
that Randolph Janmeson first saw her.
I have spokenl of her beauty and graeo1
before. Here, dressed in an1 exceed
ingly pretty dress, wvhich miy aunt had
presented her, hler chiarmns were1
heightened by the unwonted excite
mont of the acone, and by the pleasure
she was enjoying. A new face, and
one so chiarming, spirited conversation),
brillant and original, ,yet devoid of
anything moretricious, hIgh toned and
reflood, wore sure to attrttet anmd to
efenin. Onl this occasIion, as5 on the
few othlers when she appeared in
public. she was thle centre of the best
oie'che the rooms afforded. Sihe made
a decided sensation, and thoncefor ward
found hejilf unable to withdraw en
tit'oly from1 observation.
Shehad many adnmirers, buat of these
RIandolph JTamnesoni was the chief.
Heo purstued her untiringly. lie
eemed to -know b.y iflstinet, or by
aso.id sense, whlere 'she miglat be
f und ,~ at givn time. AIwa7s a
gigfloanhf extelbals, hoe obMrive'd
te bgorpro A yotusive, yet..never
i l d o-be werehis ser v ices might
be effad es&ad or attendant.'
Ata aloryof peaintings, at the
199 g4 g.on ,j~ Iby.aJy..- dere
eve 1uy i gedge, or the (
eubIhVtIQn of her fasordoi- taetes,.-'*
thereas if ho0essairly aupplemwete.
o them all, she found Randolph I
ameson. She was angry, annoyed,
leased, by turns, the persistent yet
ourteous attentions like his are
lnlost sure in the end, to win
heir way to the heart not deeply
ersed in worldly ways, and still in
he freahcs3 of its untouched youth,
Wdith Clare learned to love Randolph
And so the winter passed away.
Pho blossom time of love had not
onie to mue. I wasstill but a joyous
peetator of'others' happiness. And
truly rejoiced in what I believed to
o the hap'pIiness and good fortune of
Mrs Jared Jones was sanguine.
She pronounced the Jannesous aristo
,Watio, and asserted that they would
never be willing to receive a girl with
no family or social prestige as the wife
f their son, while he seemed mighty
smitten now, but sho did not believe
it would last, when he found that she
was a nobody.
Alas ! she was right, experienced
woman of the world as she was ; while
I, in my romantic girlboocj was
wrong. Randolph Jamoson's love
was not of the sort to boar strong
tests. lie was of the world, worldly,
and valued its goods far above less
intangible values. l3eauty intelli.
g!one, worth, were to him well in
their way, but of small account unless
set in the golden circle of wealth, or
illustrated by a famous name.
Ile followed Edith Claro to Ches
tortield an ardent lover, impatient and
unreasonable in his anxiety to be once
more by her side, to sun himself in
her smiles, to listen to tlse music of
her sweet voice. le returned a dis
gusted one, all his ardor cooled, not
forgetting the delights he had so
lately craved, but angry that they over
had been, though briefly, the joy of
his life, angry that even now he could
not quito forget, nor ecuso to desire
this jewel thrown there amidst the
common earthenware of humanity.
And so Randolph Jameson had said
farewell to his guardian love, to
whom lie rejoiced that he had never
committed himself by a specific offer,
and returned home a sadder if not a
This was a bitter experience for
Edith. Hitherto she had mingled
little with the world, and had not
learned the bitter lesson of mistrust.
%he had not Qought a social position
so far removed from her own, but had
been persistently followed and un.
relentingly pursued, till forced to
yield. And then, in the midst of the
dear joy of being beloved, the bitter
Iraught ofreorn had been pressed to
her unresisting lips and she found
herself deserted. But she was a
brave girl and she bore her sorrows
bravely. IIer parents never knew, or
not till years had worn away all
traces of t his early troublu, how I heir
child had loved this worthless young
man who had forgotten love, honor,
even the commonest instincts of a
Next year he married the showy
laughter of a reputed millionaire,
whose name was allsoiled with ugly
suspicions. Lot us hope he found all the
happiness her gold, for uhiclh he han
sold himnself, eould confer ; as for
family, hers could he traced back no
farther than the father whose name
And Edith no more turned aside
into flowery paths, where for her oiily
thorns seemed to grow. In a littie
time I heard of her as fulfilling her
vocation, nobly and wvell. As years
passed on she rose successively in
f'ame andl position. At about twenty
ive she foundl herself at the head 'of
ano of the most celebrated seminaries
for young ladies in the country, trust
ed and honored above miost of'her sex
lE,t.iihlished there and at considera
>~le distaneo from the home that had
)ecomoc miine, I did not moot her for
long time, though her praises often
cached mae, and I knew that her
soimnhood had amply fulfilled the
p)lendlid promise of her youth.
With the character she possessed,
eel f-centred, and suflient for her own
ieeds, I could not doubt that the
larly shadow had long passed, and
hat she had ceased to mourn the
rials of her youthful days. I was 1
uite sure of this, for thore was no
,aint of falseness in her composition,
vhea I learned that in her splendid
naturity she had become the wife of a1
nan already famous, and fitted to
nispire to the highest position our
From lior own lipis I seen after
earnedl that she was happy, for in her<
murb.d's unstained and nioble charae
or ahe had ample guarantees that her<
cart had neot chosen amiss, and that
'efore her lay a lot which only the
novitable and providential ills of life
Years after she met Randolph
ramueson, who had become a bloated
'agabond, through the indulgence of s
is degrading appetite.
P1IEIllEA ESTST'IORE VETi
CAN IT BE POSSIBLE t
YTe IT Is,
'. ELDER IS THE MAN.
TJUST think of It but don't think too long,
1or you may miss the chance.
Timmed all cotmplete for 26 cents.
blen's Shoes for 50 cents.
Ati efher geods sold in prbeportionm.
Consist ing in hinrd ware. Glrocerles. Boeots
nd 8hoes, Dr Goods, M illinery, Notions,1
co.. 	, elt o whleti; .jpt Mbefred of
hee lat est style. no hiumb4 ever article~
All h9 ssk is.a call bejgr . pgaajpg ,
19ewiiere, u those that Jv~not the
Freenbacks. need not call, as - -is*~~.4
triosiyOa@,aa profit4 ami quick sale.
'O PHYSICIA NS:. s
Naw Yon K, August 15th, 1808. "f
Allow me to call your att ention to my the
Preparation of Compound Extract
1'ho component parts are DUCIiU, LONG thi
LEAF, CUDEBS, JUNIPEt IIERRIES.
MODS OF PaKPAnATao.-Buctu, in Va. 1e
mo. .Juniper Berriea, by distillatiou, to be
orn a fine gin. Cubebs extracted by dis- 1
placotneut with spirits obtained from Juni- ael
per llerries; very little sugar is used, and the
small proportion of spirit. It is more reg
ipalatable titan any now in use. wit
ittel:u. as p-epared by Druggists, is e! a to i
lark color. It is a plant that, erits it:
ragrnnce ; the action of a flamo dest roys e
his (its active principle), leaving a dark i
nd glutinous decoction. Mine is the color M
f ingredients. The 13uchu in my prepara.
ion predominates; the smallest quantity of eie
the other ingredients are added, to prevent
fermenintion , upon inspection, it will be ~
found not to be a Tincture, as made in
P'harmacopca, nor is it a Syrup-and
therefore can be used in cases where fever
ur inflammation exist. In this, you have
the knowledge of the ingredients and the '.1
mode of preparation.
IIoping that you will favor it with a tri
al, and that upon inspection it, will meet I
with your approbation, latt
With a feeling of confidence. con
I am, very respectfully, eta
II. T. IIELM IOLD, pre
Chemist and Druggist,
of 10 Years' Experience.
[From the Largest Manufacturing Ohem- the
iste in the World.] prim
Novatnacn, 4, 1854. .ur
"I am acquainted with Mr. H. T. il3.M.
tot.u : lie occupied the )rug 8tore opposite
uy resideece. and was successful it con- Fin
lucting the business where others had not Tet
been equally so before him. I have been bes
ravorably impressed wit It his chareter and fien
WIiiL.IA ti WElt IiITMAN, .
Firm of i'owers & it eight man, is h
Manufacturing Chemists, poii
Ninth and Brown btreets, Pl'ila-lelphia. n
IIeImbold'8 Fluid Extract Buchu der
Is the great specific for Uuiversal Lassitude, cah
l'rostratiot, &o. Il
The constitutlen, once .ttected with Or- her
ganie W1enkness, reqnires the aid of Mcdi- C
minte to st rengiblen uan.t intvigrate tho sys- -
Iem. whiich Ii l l.M110 f0'8 EXTiACT lBU
iiU invartably doe's. If no t reaatment is
wbmttitted to, Consumnption or lusanity e.t
lmibold's Fluid Extract of Bu- diie
in affections pecuiliar to Females' ii un. Per
'qualledl by any other prepauration, as in
1th.orosis, or I(etcntion, Pnilnfutllness, or .t
suplpressiont of Customary Evacuations,
Ulcerated or Schirrus State of the Uterus, good
tndl alt comtplaits incident to the sex, or WOO<
hte decline or change of life. 0ost
llImluold's Flultd Extinct Ducha and Ita
llmproved Rose Wash
Viil radicalle exterminate from the system:
ilseasea arising from habits of dissipation,r
At lit tlo expense, litle or no change In diet, _
mt, inconvenience or exposutro: completely%
uporoeding those unapleasant and danger
ts remedies, Copaiva and Mercury, In all
Jse Helmibold's Fluid Extract flu
n all diseases of these organs, whether
xisting in male or female, frohm whatever
anao originating, and no mtatter of how
ong stantdintg. It is pleasant, in taste and
,dor, "immediate" in action, and mere
trenghonilng thtan any of the preparations 0'
f Bark or Iron.
Those suffering from broken-down or
lelioate constitutions, procure the retnedy
The reader mutst be aware thai, however i
light may be time attack of the above dia
ases, It is certain to affect, the bodily heoalth I
ad montal powers.
All the above disecases require the aid of
DiuretIc. H EL MUOLD'S EXTRACT BlU
H [U Is the great Diuretic.
Sold by Druggists everyw tere. Pa is- I
1.25 per bottle, or'6 bottles for 8.6'0.
)clivered to any address. D)esorlbo symp
ems In all comnmunications.
IH. T. HIELM BOLD,
Drug andl Oh-mnient. Way
604 Broadway, New York.
ikley donssyl~~ 16%e b ~ 'pj
ritn tee simile of m C ~ Fe
NEW ADTET18El S.
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Articles entirely new and staple.
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A RING, CORING AND 8tslONG MA.
INE.-Four turns to an apple. 8old,*t
roe D. I. Whittemoire, Manufacturer,
9ONTVALE SPRINGS, 1870.
1118 Favorite Summor Resort, situated
in Blount county, East Tenh., will he
n for the reception of viaitt.r on the 1st
'he marked beneficial lesults attending
use of these waters in functional de.
genients of the
er. Bowels, Kidnys and Skin, and the
Cure of Chronio Diseases. attest
'he buildings at Moutvalo hate been re.
red, refitted and repainted, and every
rip put in good order.
tIll the accessories for enjoymont 'and
realion at the beat - watering places will
'he facilities for r.aohing Moi,tville this
son are increased by the extension of
Knoxville & Cbrleston Railroad, and
ulnr trains are running to Maryville,
onee pausengers are conveyed in conches
:O Springs, nine miles distant.
Kates of Board,
- Day. $2 60; per Week, $16 00; per
nth, $60 00.
iddreas for Pamphlets containing analy
and descriptions of water, &o.
JOSEIll L. KING, Knoxville, Tenn.
18 CORDIALLY INVITED TO THE
enderson County, Kentucky Land Sale"
Grand Prizo Scheme
nterprise, CIARTERtED by the Logis
ire of Kenlucky, and endorsed and re
imended by every leading official in the
te, and upwardb of i00 of her most
minent oil iteus.
511 Prizes, $314,320 I
nprislng the richest river bottom tohao
arms in the wealthy county of flien.
son, Ky., with all their appurtenances.
xpit al Prie, $160,000
Smallest Prize, $801
o about $20,000 in Greenbacks, being
entire . rent money of the. property for
years 18609 and 1879, which will be dis.
mted to the winners of the first seven
les respectively. Rent of the
me for 1869, was $12 per core, and it is
fidently expected that they will equal or
pass this figure for 1870.
Tickets Five Dollars,
at drawing, June 9th, 1870. at. Masonico
aiple. Louisville, Ky. HIundrieds of our
t citizens, havo given un.q *alificd certit
tes anti endorsements of -ibis ftggnifi.
very dollar invested by ticket holitt,
el in trust by ibe ceonmisyiuiers -
Aited t4y the I,egisieture, t.iti1, EIe"'dra I
takes lace and prix's are delivered..
a order to have ybgr tickets properly.
istered, buy at once of your nearest
b agent, or remit by Express (prepaid),
fl, P. 0. money order, or registered
er, to either of the following finanoial
nts who will furnish full descriptive
It. Lyne, Cash'r Farmers Bank, Ilon.
son, Ky.: R. B. Alexander, Commner.
B,ink, Louisville, Ky..; John C. La
m, Pres. Bank, Ilopkinsville, Ky ;
les L Dallam, Commercial Bank, Padu.
Ky. ; B. 0. Thomas; Cash. Obs. and
'r Lexington, Ky. ; W. B. Tyler, Cash.
Deposit Bk., Owensboro, Ky.
lood Club Agents wanted everywhere.
ELESM EN, Farnmer:s and others to sell
a New Article in great demand. $400 00
le by one Agent his firsi. month. A.
is 0IK0. MoEATill10N & 00.. Nash
,, Tenn., or W. 1i. SE ATON & CO.,
Pure Water, nise
egnal o the B~~
tesb thuS katt the
up. sllyi arranged
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a constreettoa so staple
ay one can put It up and
I BE8T AND 6tIIAPE.ST PUMP NOW mADE.
C U R $
(S PEPSIA & INDIG ESTION
wr sale In Winnisboro, It. U1., by
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y a recent -deeisiott of the Interal
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e Bitte'. without ha'uing a tetail Li.
a Dealer's License. - mar I17-6m,
rilvate and Trancient
TIIE GREAT REPUTATION
Whioh Koakoo has attained in all parts of
. the oouintry
kS 4. QREAT, AND GOOD MEDICINE,
And the Large Numbers of Testimonials
iwhigh are constantly being recuived from
Physicians, and persons who have been
aured by its tiU, is conolusive Proof of its
AS A .LOOD PURIFIr,R,
It a.m 22.o 3C&,
The MostPowerful Vegetable Alternative
DISEASES OF TUE BLOOD.
"The life of the flesh is in the Blood,"
is a Script ual maxim that scienee proves to
be true. The people talk of bat. blood, ".
the cause of many diseases, and like miny
popular opinions this of bad blood is fo..nd
ed in trutb.
The symptoms of bad blood are usually
quite plain-bad Digestion-causes impor
feet nutrition, and consequently the eircu
la;Ion is feeble, the soft tissue:s loose their
tone and elasticity, and the tongue becomes
pale, broad, and frequently covered with a
pnasty, white coat. This condition soon
sho..s itself in roughness of the skhn, then
in eruptive and ulcerative diseases. and
when long continued, results in serious
lesions of the Brain, Liver, Lungs, or ti inn
ry apparatus. Much, very much, su ering
is caused by impure blood. It is esttmated
by some that one-tifth of the human family
are affected with scrofuls in some form.
When the Blood is pure, you are not so
liable to any disease. Many impurities of
the Blood arise from impure diseaee of
large cities. Eradicate every impurity
from the fountain of life, and good spirits,
fair skin and vitul strength will return to
LIVER .N VIGORA TORI
Being the only Known Medicine
thal efliciently stimulates and corrects the
liepa,tio aloretions and functional derange.
nents of the Liver without Debili'ating the
iystem. While it acts freely upon the
4iver instead of copious purging, it gradu.
tlly changes the discharges to a perfectly
ITMTO)sIBof,LlYEtR. COMPLAINT AND OF SONM
ovTilosa DisEAaes P8oDUcED nY IT.
A sallow or yellow color of the skin, or
Iellowish.brown spots on the face and
,ther parts of the body ; dullness and
Irowsiness, sonetimess headache ; bitter
r bad taste in the mouth, internal heat ; in
rany eases a dry, teasing cough ; unstendy
sppetite; sometimes sour stumach, with a
'aising of the food ; a bloated or full feel
ng about the stomach and sides; aggrava
ing pains in the sides, back, or breast, and
ibout. the shoulders;. coustipnilion of the
uwele ; b iles, flatulence, coldness of the
!a a remedy of Wonderful Efficacy in the
are of diseases of the Kindeys and Ilad.
ter. In these Affections it is as near a
specific as any remedy can be. It does its
cork kindly, silently, and surely The
lelief which it affords. is both certain and
DISBES OF THE KIDNEYS AND BLADDER.
Eersons unacquainted with the structure
ind functions of thme Kidneys cannot esti
nato the inmpor-tance of their healthmy ac
itegumlar and suflicient act ion of the Kid-.
aeys is as imuportant, nay, even inure so,
Fu,iha regnhmirimy of the bowels. The Kid
Jeys removo from the Blood -those effete
natters which, if permitted to remain,
iroul.d spea.lily dostroy life. A tetal sius
eson doftthe urinairy discharges wi.t cc
:oaso det rom thirty-six to forly-eight
Whnthe Uririe is voided in small quman
itles at the timo, or when thmvre Is a dispo
ition to U rinate more frequetlt han
intuial, or whmem, the Urine ia highly colored
>r scalding withi weakness in the small of
he back, it should not be trifled with or'
lelayed, but Koskoo abould be taken at
moca to ren:edy the difficulty, before a
slon of the organs tm'kes place. Most of
the diseases of the Bladder originate from
hoie of the Kidneys, the Urine being imn
erfectly secreted In tihe Ki-Ineys, prove
rritatini gto 'tia.Biedtl6r 'hhd Uribeoy pis
'ages. YhMn wd 'reolleet tilat' medicine
lever reaches time Kidneys except through
he generrl circulation of time lilood, we
mee how necessary~ it Is to keep the Foun
al of Life Pure.
MesIel with Geest Stuceess in the Cure of
Diseases of the Nervous System.
Almost nine-tenths of our people stiffer
romi nervous exhaustion, and are, there
ore, liable to its coneoomitmnt evils of men
tal depression, confused ideas, softening of
he brain, insaniry, and complete breaking
town of time general Wealtl;. 'fhousar.ds
ire suffering to-day '%vtit6 gmea town
ervous systems, and,9infortfn'ejs.to.
macco, alcohol, late hmour-s, over-work,
tental and bhya al), are causing diseases
he v6ry s a em to increase at a fear
AThme sNJndm o.whIch diseases of thme
ervous system give rise, may be stated as
allows: A dull, heavy feeling in the head,
Ometimes more or ' est:severe pain or
leadpohe* Periodiosi;IIpaslaeo e, Dissiness,
lo(sbe 6r inging Inl the hlead i Confusion'
f Ideas ; Temporary Loss of Memory ;
teject.lon of Spirits; ;8tarting during Sleep;
lad DfAiwM ;i, ;NEWit;ion; in' 4 nswermng
}uesti6ns ; D ulneas of' Haingi (witcoking
f the lace and Arms, &e., which, If not
romptly trea ted, lead to Paralysis, beli
a not a secret a' rmdy Fr.'l
he n~&MePopulat- Nediciue in
PREPARUD ONLY DY
- . AWflNUZ S.D.
The "CA ROLINA FRRTILIZER," iN mad
and is pronounced by various chemists, one of
Peruvian Guano in its Fertilizing Properties.
inot land and sea anin als. and possess qualitic
at. We annex the analysis of Professor Shep,
'1. l 13t.!'OItY OF T lhElt.
Analysis of a sample of Carolina Fertilizer, I
Moisture expelled at 212* F,
Organic Matter, with some water of coibinati
Phosporio Acid--Soluble, 6.06 Equt
Insolt:ble, 6.17 E juV
Sulphuric Ao'd, 11.01 Equih
Sulphate of Potash,
Sulphate of Soda,
On the strengths of these results I am glad 1
We n ill furnish this excollent FERTILIZE]
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l UYNN 4 Co., 87 Park flow, N..
Sugar Cane and SoPghum Mills,
ihaporators and Irorse Powers, embody- n0
ing all the recent Improvementsannd taking
the lead of every ktngj in the market. Mlan- "
ufactured by Gee. L. Squnier & liro., Biufla- P
Io, New York. 1Eithmer Sugar or -Sorgo ~
Mlanuals ror 1870 sont free,_
I[avinmg Palmetto Trees will hear of some
thing gre.uily to their advantage by enclos
ing $1 to Rt. L. Williams. Andenried, Car.1
boa t'o., Pa.
? ortune Telling Cards.'
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money in teir pockets, the 'number'
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York yille, S. 0.
The Pmrest,.Best and Oheapest
SOLR BY ALl. GnOVeflu,
Wanted, A geuts.
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live man wihoy will act as our. Agent, Biuus
ness ligh, and, honon,bie ;,.pa,ys $80
day. Addreas R. 1onroe lIennedIy & o'
A mur-e veliet f'or Ast'hma. ~risc401,eii i
b.fnail.,. 8-rowIr, t& .Ce~ 0harlestota~.
fharming.---400 Pd4ese lofb, g Li
wodru,oM daldseein to em- eO1
able the reader to fascinate eitkhggggg Vg
a i t 1
#i3 4jng(b(%neat s
E t; ?uu
from the Phosphates of< South Catrolina,
the best Manures known,o,nly igf4rior to
These Phosphates aro the remaihs of ex
s of the greatest value to the agribulttr..
AL COLLEGE OF SOUTi CARO1LINA. -,
oreonally selected.- . .,
tn expelled at a low red heat, 16.50
ralent I o 11.27 Solubl Phosphite of Limi
relent to 18.48 Insoluble (bane).
24.75 Phosphato of Lime;
alent to 28.65 Sulphate of Lime.
oertify to the superioritQ the barolj.
C. 11. 8VI11, ar,lj
to Planters and othersnt4U0 p,'on of
GEO. W. WILL AMS .
ASK YOUit DOCO QQr Drug iet for
weet Qunine-it eqals (itter) Quinine.
Pf'd by Stearns, Farr & Co., Chenists,
N EQUITY, FAIRFIELD 1870.
B. Ulowney, Receiver, vs. Thos. J. Rob
erlson, et. ale., Creditors of the Plant er,'
Bank of Fairtieid-Bill for injih6toO'i
N hearing the 19adnge in th, abov
stated cause, it It ord red'
1st That all creditors of the skid Bank
enjoined from bringing or fortiher prosc.
ting actions against the said Dank or Its
2d. That all persons having claims
ainet the said Bank, including Bank noto
>l( rs, be required to present and prove
oir olaims. on or before the 22d day of
ecember, A. D., 187Q.
3d. That the ReoeiWer, by counting and
sling in paeksge', '6r by'.registering.
nounts, letters . and numbers, cause the
-'nk notes tht may, be. prosented to. be
4th. That the Iteceiter proood forthwith
collect the aseuts of, tho' Bank,. by suit
here advisab;e; an4 that for that urposo
t is authorized to 'employ proper itto
6th. That the Recetre be authorised,to
I1 at public auction for oash, all the per
mal properly (other than those in aolon)
:longing to,said Ban.k at such time and
ace as ho mnay deem advantageous, glving
ich public notice by public advertisemont
is required by law for administrator's
0th. That the Receiver be -authorise~t
II at sucli Mace and such the after i
i of Januhry:A. D.'1871f, as he may deem
Lpedient all the choseg in .aption that he
ay by that time have ascertined 'to.'lbe
>uhtful or *ortbless, 'enId eal. to" be i
Irsuance of the Act of the General A.
mhiy approved 1dth of January, A. 11.
170, ent'tled ' An Act to atheriz htdrdn
trat or's.exeOut ov's and other 'fiduolares to
Il evidences;of indebteglness
7th. That at such time as tNe RedeIvak
ay designate, after the 1st ef:J&nuary, Aa
1871, he may declare an4 pay O4t dJIy
ndis upon such claims as may ha$ been'
iy ost ablished floth theibet phoceitis. of
siles and galleet lons iti his lhoo4 after
Lynmnt of expense.s and reiaining to him- A
1f five per centuti on all tnoney's redetv.
and two and one half per- etum on .l
oney's disbursed by him.
8th. That thi order be publihe:cgog
ont ji . n ~ho, Fairfield IIerald durin - the
esent year, attd one tune in the Odi bla
uardjan and one 'ditne in -the Oharlistoz
00.2?t SASH, BLIN~D2.~
. - N
i OM",Tr Vti QI 5 e tal1
s., whic w.e-a