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The delicate "oet keeping step
IIave since then gono on t ieir way alone
And the hand which, in that happy 'alang
Nestled with perfect trust in thine own
IHas never lain in another's clasp.
The heart grows heavy no years roll or,
Vhile I sit, and ponder, and vainly ask,
If 4 fairer than I can thy love lave won.
If I could have given a "word or sign"
If I had possessed the right to woo
Thou couldst have had no cause to repine,
And I would have been far happier, too.
Waiting is surely a woman's part,
While 'tis man's to woo, and win, and
Say this to your weary, doubting heart ;
Be inspired by hope, and not by fear.
Terrible Affair in a Travelling Circus
Three Men Devonred Alive by Lions,
'I'h usually quiet little village of
Middletown, Mo., was lately thrown
iuto(a painful fever of excitement by
an awful catastrophe which occurred
to the band lately atta~chod to James
Robinson & Co's circus and animal
show, and led by Professfor M. C. Sex
Upon starting out from Cincinnati
for the season the management deter
mined tq. pr9duco sotnething novel in
th'way of a band chariot, and con
ceived the idea of moanting the band
upon the colossal den of performing
Numidian lions, and which would
form one of the principal and most
imposing features of the show.
Although repeatedly warned by
Professor Sexton that he deemed the
cage insecure and dangerous in the
extreme, the managers still persisted
in compelling the band to ride upon
it. On the fatal morning .of the 12th
the band took, their plaoed, and the
procession commenced to move, amid
the shouts of the multitude of rustics
wybo had assembled to witness the
grand pageant and hear the enliven.
ing strains of music. Not a thought
of danger was entertained by any one,
but the awful catastrophe was about
As the driver endeavored to make
a turn in the streets the leaders be
came entangled and throw the entire
team into contusion, and he lost con
trol of them, and becoming frighten
oil, they broke into a violent run.
Upon the opposite side of the street
the fore wheel of the cage came in
contact with a large rock with such
force as to cause the braces and
stauchions which supported the roof
to give way, thereby precipitating the
entire band into the aavful pit below.
'For an instant the vast 'rowd were
paralyzed with fear, but for a moment
only, and then arose such a shriek of
agony as *as 'never beard before.
The awful groans of terror and ago
ny which arose fron the poor victims
who were being torn, lacerated, by
frightful 'monsters below was heart
rending and sickening to a terrible
degree. Every moment some one of
the band would extricate themselves
from the debris' and leap over the
sides of the cage to the ground with
a wild spring and faint away upon the
earth, so great was their terror. But
human- nature could not stand and
see men literally devoured before
their very eyes, for there were willing
hearts and strong arms ready to ren
der every assistance necessary to. re
cuo the unfortunate victims of this
A haidware-store which bappened
to stand opposite was invaded at the
request of. the noble-hearted proprie
tor, and pitch-forks, crowbars, and
long bars o'f ir'on, and in fact every
available weapon was brought into
requiisition. The side doors of the
poagqee'e quickly torn from their fas
tenings, and then a hiorrible sight was
presented to view. Mingled among
the brilliant uniforms of the p ocr
unfortunates lay legs, arms torn from
the sockots'and half devoured, while
the-savage brutes glared ferociously
with their sickly, green-colored eyes
upon the petrified crowd. P'rofessor
Charles Wiite arrived at this mol
mont, and gav~e orders in regard to
'3xtricating the dead and wourided, ho
well knowing it would be a diflicult
and .darngerpmjs.undlertaking to remove
them froni the'infuriated monsters.
Stationing men with forks and bars
at tivery available point he sprang
fearlessly in the don amid the savage
mtopstet-s, and colamnced raising the
*ounded and peasinig them upon the
outside to their friends. He land sie*.
ceedod in removing the wounded, and
was proceeding to gather up the re
mnains of the life'less, when the mamn
uionth lion, known to.showmen as Old
'IKoe, sprang with a fearful roar upon
his keeper, fastening his -teeth and
elayVs in him, inm his neok and shoul
ders, laeerating him in a horrible
manner. Professor WVhite made three.
herevlean efforts to shake . the .mn
ater off,ibut without avail, and gave
~orders to, fire upon him.
T'he contenta osf four of Colt's ni
- vies were immediately poured into the
carease of the ferocious anhnsil, and
: (911 ded ; and th& brave little
manner in which ho was wounded,
tnever left the cage until every vestige
'of the dead was carefully gathered
?togelther. and plRaced upon a sheet,
preparatory to burial.* It was found
that three of the ton who mounted
the oage a ehgrt timnebofor;e were kill-.
od outrighit, 'and our' others terribly
Iaogygt.' * anes of the killed
ae oAuga81dhoer, dIonmad. Froeli,
, de 41arlos Geine.- Coiflos Were
* ~ ocured and an immediate burial
detersmined upon, aa the bodies were
-eo-frightfully torn and lacerated as to
be unrecbgnisable to their moat lntt.
* mate fried. It was;:at polanoholy
~affor $$ . etogpn, atid ap($det day a
for the frbi ads 'and compaIons of th~e
-Of. all that vast multitude -who.
"lfai'tedan6r in -tls oinigwi~ atijl.
olpations -of-a grad hliiday,,tegeft
YodV tifeiir bines with der eyes arta
11,lo'ed the roulai'ie to the quiet
a cemetery. At midnightthe o -
of tho slain beust w e 'ui. y
buried ot the lot 4ilitiro'iwas, in ted
to be given tho exhibition1, but. which
wag iever accomplished. Thero ijst
terrible responaibility resting. upon
some one, which allold be' thoroigh.
ly investigated and the guilty.parties
be brougbt to a quick nand speedy
punibhiIent. The lions are tJ sumo
Dnes which nearly cost Professor
Charles Whitq his life two years ago
witile-trivelling with the Tbayor and
Noyos pa:ty, and were known to be a
very dangerous eage of anitn le.
LipPmap n ,
GREAT G.RMAN BITTERS,
PUREST MEDICAL CORDIAL
I IPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT'IEIS C
,1 is prepared from the orginal German f
receipt now in the pussossion of the I ro. P
prietors, and Is the same preparatioa that P
was used in Germany upwards of a century a
ago; and to day it is the househould reme- p
dy of G ermany, recommended by Its most
eminent physicians. d
GREAT GERMAM BITTER1S 0
Is composed of the purest -aloh')lto es. i
Bence of Germany's favorite beveruao, im- t
pregnated with the juices and extracts of
rare he' bs, roots and barks; all of which
combined make it one of the best and surest
preparations for the cure of t
Dyspepsia, Loss of Tone In the Stenilaf t
nlud Digestive Organs, NerVous f. -
lility, Langolir, Constlipation,
Liver Coniplaiiit, ('necral n
-AND AR A
Preventative for Chills and Fever
Malarious Diseases Generally.
Will find LIPMAN'S UlEAT GERMAN
BITER'S the best tonic known for the dis
eases to which they are generally subject,
and where a gentle remedy is recommend.
SAVANNAH, March 16, 1870.
Messrs. Jacob Lipp~man & 11r. Sdvannsh,
G0nta-I have before mre your esteemed
letter of the 1'411h inst., containing various
lociunents relative to your "Germani fit.
ters." After a cat ful examination I must [
confess that your Bitters is really what
you represent them to be, an old German
reoipe of Dr. Mitcherlich, of Berlin, Prus
sia It will no doubt be excellent for dys
pepsia, general debility and nervous diseas
es, and is a good preventative of bhills and n
fever. I find It to be a most delightful and n
pleasant stonachto. d
I remain, yours truly, t
(Signed) Aroe P. WETTER. fe
KInXLAND MIr.Ls, GA, March 22,1870.
Messrs. Jacob Lippman & Bro, Druggists
Savannah, Ga :
Gentlemen-I have Introduced your Great
German Bitters here to my customers and
friends, and find better sale for it than any
I have ever kopt. lnfore, l'hiose -who have
tried it approve of it very highly, and I do
not hesitate in saying that it is far superior
in value to any other Bitters now in use.
(Signed) W. KIRKLAND.
Depot in Winnsboro,
Whnlesalo Agents for South Car-olina.
DO'IE, MIOhSE & DAVIS,
HENRtY BIISClHO'F & CO,
CLASSIUS & WITTE,
S3TEFFERS, WER.NER& DUCKCERg
tnay S1-6mi Charleston, S. d.
P. P. TOALE,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
WLargest, and most compnlet~e 3 ni
alia? Manufactory of Doors, 8ash- egg
s~f" e s, Blinde, Mlouldings, &e., --gg 0
f-in theo Southern States.
Prilited Price List Dcf es Competltlo.
5W- SEND FOR~ ONE. -g
Mi?" &nt free on dpp ced on
PREE CLS& FEVER ANpl ~
a ~tSAL DR C
For uale In Winasboro B; C, iy '''C
KETOH IN,MdMAlATER &Bf
and A DD fltOS.:i einse ---6
Nxw Yone; XasUet 16th, 1808
Allow me to call your attention to my
'repr ationl of Coniipouni~d Extract
ho combponent parts are 13UClIU, LONG
EA"IF, OUBRUBS, JUNSIggt;. j(Ril,
MiDes OF Pnst-in'tAio.-Buchu, in vA.
to. .ldhiper Berries' by '.dtillntion, to
>ri a fine gin. Cnliebs .9xtinots.d b'y (lie
lacement with spirilG:.Oit licde fromt Juni
er iqrries; very little sugar is tosed, aul ]
small proportion of O irit" It is moire
alataylpc than'any now t i-so.
Btlu, as prepared b'rigists, is of a i
ark coloy. It is ;.plant ^ti t. etits it
'agranoa j the actiob of. a .Uapit desiroys I
tisj(its ativo principle), lenvits i, durk t
nd glutinous decoctiQn. a;ito ii t+1 ';color
r ingtediente. Fhe Bih 'it i !epara- .I
on prodoninales; the tnallest, qi" ntiity of I
to other Ingredients are added, to prevent a
wmentat'ton , upon inspection, it will..b
mond lt' to be a Tincture, as imiO ii I
harmacopoea, .nor in it a, SyrupL- itd
terefore can be used in capes wherefoverr
r infldmnt ion ex iste,. In this; yout , huave
ho knowledge of the 'ingredlentp atid the
mede of preparationi.
Hoping that you will favor it wi:h a ti I
I, and that upon itnspotiun it will moot
ith your approbation,
With f feeling ut coiSfl'Ihnoc,
I am, Very respecifilly, I
It T. IELMl;OLD,
Chet~u .aud Druggist,
of 1& e utre' Experience.
rom the Larpeat Manufaoturing Ohem
at Iotin t1 leWorldI d
. or ar , 4, 1864. 1
"I am acquainted with Mr. II. T. IlL.
Lt ; lie occupied the Drug Store opposite
y residence, and tns successful in eon.
toting the business where other: had not
,en equally so before him. I live been
,vorably impressed with his chn-eter nI '
WIL[IA 11 WEIGHTMIAN,
Firm of' Powers & A eight man,
Nlanufatnuring Chemists. h
Ninth and Brown streets, Philadelphia.
[ehnbold's Fluid Extract Bluchu e
the greaL specitio tor Universal Lassitude,
rost ration, &c.
Mile sonstittion, eonco. eff'ected .with Or- '1
inio4ahneso4 iequiros the Aid of Medi- y
no to strengthen and invigorale the sys- y
m,. which II ELM BOLD'S 'EXTRAnT DU
HIU invariabiy does. If no tre-iment is
abmitted to, Consumption or insanity ea
[elmbold's Fluid Extract of flu
affections peculiar to Females' ijs un. r
Iuallod 1.y any other preparataIn, as in ~
hilorosis, or 'Itetention, Painifullness, or u
uppresaion' of' Customary Evacuations,
loerated or Solhirrus State of Lhe Uterus, I
d all complaints incident to Lhe sex, or a
ie decline er ohange of' life.y
clnibold's Fluid Extracl Buclitn ud
jmproved Rose Weal.
~il radioalle' exterminato from the system 6
ibeases arisJu frept h. igs of dlissipation, g
little expmibettle, ni 'fchange in diet,
a inconven enee or exposure: completely
iperceding those unpleasant and danger
s romeIes, Qopaivaand Mrertini all j
so Helmibold's Fluid Extract flu- I
all diseases ofuhbese organs, whiether'
cisting in male or' female, from whatever
iuse originating, and no matter of' how
a'''~notda, ani dur
rengthening than any of the preparationb
i ark or iron.
thseefrdnom 'bokndpun or
The reader mgg .A are that, however
ight maty b)e the ~ao of fihe ahove dii~
wees, it is certnin to afIfoct, the bodily health
id mental powvers.
All tI abovo'd1bena require' the aid of'
Diluredo.' HELM BOLD'8 EXTRACT DU
FlU is ghe grpag hiurotici.
Sold by Druggists everydfhere. PareC-.
1.25 per bottle, or 0 battLies for $0650.
elivered tb Atiy adldress. Desof'bo symp
ems in.gil Oomiciations, ..
Drugj anrd Chemical Warehouse,
, ,, . .fJ~rpadway, New Yor~1
aioj1 ~engr~raed d'u pet, ti
.flyily l ltirated i Extract of
The geat leauth Restorer,
To Qutk- Medicine-Fbormula Arcuad the
Preparod and Sold by
1?. J J. 1A JViR]NCE;
ORGA NIC CII TIfS',
KOSK O ()
trikes at. the hoiot of Disease by Purifying
the llood, Rlutoring the Liver and
Kidneys ,.o a Healthy Action and
Invigorating the Nervous Sys.
'hire Is the secret of its Wonderful Success
Scrofula, Syphilis, Dyspepsia,
Iver Coniplaint, Chronic Ith:eunatism
Neuralgia, Nervous Affoetions, Ei up
tious of the Sain, ilumcra, Loss
of Vigor, l iseases of Kidneys
and Bladder, naut all Dis
eases caused by a
JA.D STATIE OF 'iE BLOOD,
of a Diseased Condition of the
iver, Kidneys, Nervous System, &c.
It thoro.ghly Eradicates every kind of
lumur ami lad Taiin, and restores the en
irt system to a healthy condition.
Thousands have been changed by the
so of the Medicine from Weak, Sickly.
uffering Creatures, to Strong, hlealth
ud lappy ien and Women.
No Medicine has attained such a Great
teputution as this justly Celebrated Com
pllpruVet by the ugliest lcdical Au
indorsed and reconmended by ilhe Presi.
'lent et tihe Faculty of the E. Medical
Colk-geof the City of New York.
Professor R. -. NEW'ON, M. D.,
'rofessor anil Presideint of the Facilty late
"I'rofevnr i heory and Praciice' of
M edicinc, Cincin nati, &c.
One of the most en inent medical men of
his age-well known as the nuthor of the
rilowing standard medical works- New.
nnl's -'P'ractice of Medicine" "Diseases of
1 iidren," '-Newto,'.s Symues Surgery,''
:e, in Deceniber inunber of American Aledi.
a! Review-page 278, rays.
"Among lie more recent efforts to intro
uce populaly, soine of the new renedies,
re notice a new preparatiou compounded
y .1. J. Lawrence, M. 1)., of Norfolk, Va.,
hileb is turuishld to the profession and
lie public in any desired quantity. We re
ently examineil iis Lab. ratory, and be
ane fully satisfied ihat all his work is done
the beat manner, by most apiproved pro
esses, raid trim the best materials, givin
s it result a medicine nmeeting Ihue confi
ence of ilie physicians idt the public."
oskoo Ourwmz Sorofula in its Worst Forms.
Fromt A. W. Alills, a promtine.t and well
known uerchaut of Noi folk, Va.
fo 11 Main-st., Norfolk, Va., Sept.. 1.5,'09.
Dr. Lawrence-Dear Sir: Your Koskoo
as worked wonders in my family. My
aughter hits beeni a sufferer from Scrofula
in:co childhood. She lost thirty-one pieces
' bone fr,m her ankle, from her arm, lie.
des having ulcers in several parts of the
ody. Whilst in this condition she com
ieruced taking your Koskoo--it noted like
charm on her; under its use the ulcers
radually healed, and her general healtIi
reatly impioved. It certainly saved her
auch biuffering and perhaps her life. I t u
ard lKoskoo a -pecifie for all scrofulous
ffectious. Your Ko-koo also .turedl my
'ife of dysp-psinm, fr~im which ehe suffered
rent ly. $ he is niow in better' healt h thian
lie has been in five years. With the high..
strog:tu.ls, I ami gratefully yours, &c
A. W Mt LL8.
Koskoo is endocrsed by the best piysicians
veeywhmere. Read the follow'ng froni Dr.
Illery, a sutcceerful practitioner of miany
enrs standing i the Old North Statej:
~ocky Mount, Fd'gecomnbe t'o., Sept. 10, '09.
D.r. /J. , 1,aercenc--Doar Sir : I have
sedl your Concentrated Fluid Extract of
oskoo in my practice with the huapniest re
uits. I find ii to be ai poweriul Liver In
igorator, BL~ud Purifier, and Nervous Totn
,* In all diseases of the Liver, Secrofulous
ypilitic, and Nervous Affections, It is a
tinedy of immense value ; In faet, in al
iost. every varie'y of Chronlo Diseases its
so is indicated. Hoping you may meet
rich the success which you deserve as a
aanufactuirer of reliable mnedicines, I anm
hr, yithm mchl reepeot, your obedtient ser.
ant, Rt. C. TILLERY, M. D.
Koskoo Cures Chronlo Rheumatism,
NOnFOLK, Va., Sept, 7, 1869.
Dr. J. J1. Laterence--Dear Sir: ?ihy son
as received so much benefit from your won
erful Koskoo that I cannot soirain from
zpressing my gratitutde. I had tried al
iost everything without benefit. I believo
a all sincerely, that your Koskoo is an In
silihle remedy for the disease from which
o has ptuffered, and, so far as I can learn,
as never failed. If yotu only knew the
mmnncse amount of suffering that he has
edergone, thein you could conceive the val
e of such a remedy as Koskoo--that surely
ires. The great aimount of good it is now
olng a-nong us is Inestimable. With muichi
;ratitude, I ant respectfully yours. &c.,
Mrs. M. E. A, NELSON.
Read the following from Mr. Womble, a
rominent liardware Merchant of thIs e ty:
No. 18 Market Square, Norfolk, Va ,
-October 18. 1800.
Dr.< Leiwrence-Deav Sir: To the large
timber of testImonials which you offer of
No great etlicagy of your Koskoo, I take
lensture In ' addIng my own. I suffered
reatly with Nervous Debility, IHeadachue,
oss of Appetite, &c. Two bottles of Kos
00 restorednie to health. Yours ti-uly,
- J. G. WOMiBLE.
From R1ev. W. HI. Christain, Pastor Dio.
'iddle Street Methodist. Church.
P'ortsmouth, Vii,, October 25 1860.
This is to certify that I know br. Law
rnce wvell le Is a g'eleinan of cultiva
on, and worthy of the ful'lest confidence.
bhavo used his Koskoo wit 4 advaintage to
iyaelf, and hayo adopted 'its use in 'my
iuil) in cases of nerv u ieiliy and do
reso. ~'W .CHILI8TIAN,.
After reain the abe high Wdootnmn
, fow.gIvt~~ .oannt hesatate to give the
Por Add1tional Testinnontals
orom PhysIotans, 'Eminent Divines, Edi
re, Drug efs, ?Mero~ants, &'e.ysee Ohi-'
00A L NAd fdithis year.
ma 26 - -~
IN THE FIELD AGAIN
HANDSOME SUMMER MEMOS
Muslius at 10 Cents per Yat d,
A1D OTHER GOODS A000RDIlGLY.
P ilE subscriber is receiving by every
. Steamor direct fromi
Goods of the Lntost Styles and Lowest
:Market Prices, which ho wishes to give his
friends and oustoners the benefit of. lis
stock of goods on hand, io large and varied,
and have been narked down to IIalf Price.
For Men and Boys in endless variety,
and yet to arrive ; also (oots. Shoes, hiats,
Caps and many other articles too numerous
to mention. 8. WOLF1, Agent,
N. B.--A few accounts will be opened
with parties, if they can make satisfactory
arrangements . W.
DECLINE IN PRICES!
A1N extensive assortment of all styles of
A GOODS, with many articles enirely
new, just received and now on exhibition.
Every Article a Bargain !
As Cheap as any Market !
BRING THE GREENBACKS
ANti GIET BARGAINS(
GODS SHOWN WITH PLEASURE.
apt 16 I. N. WITIERS.
A. LOT OF EXTRA C SUGAR,
H. W. DESPORTES.
A. Word to Our Friends and C us
W V' respectfully announce to our friends
and customers, that we have secured
he services of Mr. 0. A. White. a practical
Baker from Columbia. S. C. Mr. White is
man that thorotlghly understands his bu.
tiess, and persons wishing nico bread,
ocan htave it. by calling every day.
The continued partronngo of our friends
ire earnestly solicitedl. Satisraetion guar.
inteed. OODINtI, STUART & CO.
0, BBL8. No. 1 Family Flour,
40 Sacks Extra flour.
Crushed, A, extra E, 0, Demorara and
lark brown Sugar ; Java, Laguayra, and
Rio Coffee; N. 0. Golden, Hioney, Sugar
ouse Syrup, and common Molossee; Bulk,
Rib, C Rt and olear Bacon and Shoulders ;
Dhow Chow andi Mixed Piekles, j and }
al. Jars ; Fresh Worcestershilro Sauce, by
may 81 D. R(. FLENNIKEN.
Fertilizers I Fertilizers I
HAVING secured the Agency for Fair
11field County for the followinug Fertili
Soluble Pacific Guano,
J1augh's Raw Bone Super-Phosphate,
Rthodes' Sn per -Phosphate,
Compound Acid Phosphate of Lime, for
-omposting with eotton seed;
And Zell's Ammoniated Done Super.
I am unow prepAred 4-> supply m'y friends
viih alny of the above as low as the sanme
-an be purchased in anly other mar
:et with Freight and Drayage added. Call
~t nmy store and get eirculars descriptive of
heir respective merlin.
feb 1, 1870
WANTED! WVANTED I WANTED!
1 0R-which I will give In eachange for
Good Pure Corn Whiskey,
. 4 " 4 Rye WhIskey,
" "Raspberry Syrup,
" " Cherry Drandy.
Also plenty of Grooeiegi, Ale, Porter,
robacco and Segars. JYust received direct
riom New York since the decline in Gold.
whloh will be sold to Cash Uustomers at as.
Lonishing low rates.
apl 26 . . J..McCA tLEY.
7 I RmSPECTFUJLtV in
form the ocitiiens 'ot
7insboro and FalrflId Distric that I
ave a full assortue'nt of Watehes, Jewelry
lIooks4: Spectacles,' &o., always . on haod
nt will sell at the lowest proea~and wool1
apoo'fully ask the bonht~nae; .of the
~stronage of my old friend. and oustoiers.
11l good warranted as represented,. I am
mrepared te do all kind of l aoh. and~ew
ley worli and haye alway ago#tI *took,cf
,gIon, All work wa raited;.,,,~j
The "CA ROLINA FERTILIZER," Is mtar
and is pronounced by various chemists, one o1
Peruvian Onanuoin its Fertilizing l'roperties.
inot land and sea anin ale, and possess qualiti
at. We annex the analysis of Professor She}
"L \BORLATORY OF TIlE \IEUIR
Analysis of a sample of Carolina Fertilizer,
Moisture expelled it 2120 F,
Organio Matter, with some water of combinat
I'hosporio Acid-Soluble, 6.06 Equ
Insolble, 6.17 Eu'
Sulphurlo Ao'd, 11.01 Equl
Sulphate of Potash,
Sulphate of Soda,
On the strengths of these results I am glad
We a ill furnish this excellent FERTILIZE
Latest Quotations of
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Oorrected Weekly by A, 0. KAUFMAN,
.broker, No. 25 Broad St.
June 17, 1870.
STATE SOunITrs--.-South Carolina, old
90; do, ew,-@80 do, registered
stock, ex int-@a8t)
AIRnCAn SToCKs-Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta,-@a45: Or enville and Co
lumbia, 2; Northeastern, 9@; Sa
vananh and Charleston, 35; South Carolina,
(wholu shares) 45 ; d"". (half do) 22.
SOUTH CAnOLINA BANK BILLs.
*Bnnk of Charleto , -
*Bank of Newberry, - .
Bank of Camden, 6'. a - I
Bank of Georgetown, -7 .
Bank of South Carolina, 18 ...
Bank of Chester, 8 .
Bank of h amburg, 10 .....
Bnnk of State of S. C. prior to 1861, 62 -
Bank of State of 8. C. issue 1861
and 1862, 42@- I
*Planters' and Mechanics' Bank
*Peoplo's Bank of Charleston, .- -
*Union Bank of Charleston - t
Southwestern R R Bank, Charles.
ton, (old) --
South western R R Bank, Charles
t on, (no w) -a
State Bank of Charleston,8a
Farmers' and E~xchange Bank of
Charleston, -- a 6
Exchange Bank of Columbia, -- '
Commueroial Bank of Coltnnabia, 6()
Mlerchant's Bank of Cheraw, a..
Planters' flank of Fssirfletd, d...
State of S. C. Bills Receivable, ptar
City of Charleston Change Bills, par
*1411s mariked thus (*) are being redeemn.
ed at the" Bank Counters of each.
__an 22-. 1
*I- RESTORER. purinies the bilood
Oand cures Sorofula, Sy philis, Skin Dis
eases, Rheumatism, Diseases of Wo
men, and all Chronic Affections of the
Bloorl, Liver and Kidneys. Recom
mended by the Medical Faculty and
mnany thousands of cur best citizens.
tiend the test imony of Physicians and
Spatients who have used Rosadalhis; send
for our Rosadalis Ouide to Health Book
or Almana-, for this year, whioh we
publish for gratuitous distribut ion ; It.
wll give you m ich valuable inforrna
Dr. R. WV. Carr, of Baltimore, says
A ltake pleasure in recommending y'our
Rosadahi -as a very powerful alteratilve.
1 have seen It used in two caees .with
happy resultsu-one In.a case of socond.
ary ly phills, In whiohilhe patient pio.
nounced himself oured after having
taken five bottles of your medicine.
T1he other is a 'case of aerofula of'long
Dstanding, which is rapidly improving
under ita uso, and the indications are
that, the patiept, will soon recover. I
have cat-efully exiimined thes formula
by which your Rlosadalls is made, and
land it and excellent compound of alter
Dr. Spqlrkuv of ?lft9?Ille,.K,
says he has used Rosadalls .~ papes of
Sorofula and 8econdary S8phlis with
patiet'adt ory, relialtsaa'. T ihndet o~
bhe Blood I know no. better remedy.
Sameel G, Me~adden,f61urfreesbeto,'
I have used seven bottles of Bosdal.
is, and am etdlitly ouned ~ of itheumna
1istaW; boend me fostl boutesi as I wish-It
for my broaher, who has aorofukous sote
I B,.)njateln 'Bechttl, of Lirea, Ohio,
writes, ihave suffered for tiretyears
wflh *in inveterate eryption over my
wle bodf; a he tt tIknd shib'&I pur.
ohns~d -bottle 4f Rossdalis Snd it o f
fcpted a perfect99
1t'std'alf& s 1&1 dg'ga
S Lboratoryg61E anbur ge Pie,8ls
tinmore. Dps..0LEA1%NT4 A 00,,
hf VA~o se AU rft *afdweo,, nZ
e from the Phosphates of South Carolina,
the best Manures known, only inferior to
-These Phosphates are the remains of ex.
e of the greatest value to the agricultur
AL COLLEGE OF SOUTH-CAROLINA.
lon expelled at-a low red heat, 16,50
valent to 11.27 SolubI Phosphate of Lime
valent to 18 48 lusoluble (b .ne).
24.75 Phosphate of Lime.
valent to 23.66 'Sulphate of Lime.
to certify to the superiority of the Caroli.
C. U. SHEPA RD, Jr.
R to Planters and others at $60 per ton of
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO..
3UR BAR is now sapplied with *sge
,nd we are prepared to furnish our gusto,
Hers with all kinds of Light Wine and
E. W. OLLEVER & CO.
tHE Subscriber has received a large
addition to hisa Spring Stock consisting
Ladles Drees Geods and Millinary of the
atest style. Ladies' and tlisses' Gaiters,
also Shoes of every description, Dents'
!urnishing Goods, &e. "He wishes to cal!
peotal attention to his ready-m ide Cloth.
ng, as they can not be surpassed for quail.
y and cheapness in the State., The above
foods he is gelling for lees than the same
goods could be houht for at the first of th t
eason. All he asks Is a call from those
hat have the Greenbacks, those that have
ot got them need not call, as his terms are
triot ty CASH.
lie also keeps a full supply of Flour and
Irooerles on hand.
House Wives' Assistant Cook.
A new and useful invention for sale by
Price twenty-five cents. may 21
iK~i HAY! HAY!
JUST received One Hundred Balces
qorthern RAY, Those of our eustomners
vho need wilt please come at, once.
'RIVATE AND TRANStENT
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