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9rovide for the Emergenoy-A Word to
WA cord ally unite with the Cheoni C
oe 4 Snlinal, of Augusta, Georgia, in
advisig our people to p'ovide against p
a dearth of provisions, likely to result a
fion War inEurope. That war must en- ti
Ihnee the price of brea')siuT, and de- o
p,(Jos the value ofcotton. At all times, r
we have deeiied it a ruinous policy to ft
plant cotton to the exclusion of corn and
griit generally. Now, more than e7er, o
dmrwa it become its to review this policy. t)
Our contemporary says : ci
There is a time yet for something to tI
be done to sustain our past error, and ti
make u.i less dependent for food upon it
the North and West. Nature has p
blessed ns with a generous climate and c
a fruitful soil, well adapted to the growth ti
ctf urapes, small grain and root crops. r
These grow and flourish here during the tl
entire winter. A few acres of land well r
prepared and properly enriched, will c
secure. .a full and abundant crop of
turnips, beets or carrots for the supply f
of animals during the entire winter and n
spring. A small plat of land, highly t
fert-lized and sown in ryo or barley, a
early in September, will furnish large '
supplies of forage, after the root crops t
shall have been exhausted. The long- r
stem blue collard is a hardy winter t
plant, and will yield more per acre on 1
good land, well prepared, than any plant i
with which we are acquainted. The s
qollard is highly nutricious for a man s
and beast, and for butter-making quali- e
ties, .ia a superior food for milch cows. l
Let all these be tried. r
We would suggest, as a suitable pro. r
vision for our present situation, some
thing like the following : For a farm t
of ten mule force, one acre each in
turnips, beets, carrots and collards, and I
two acres in rye. The turnips (ruta- i
baga's) should be sown in drills two i
and a-halt feet apart from the 20th to the
-last of this month, the beets, carrots
and collarde, also in the drills in the c
came distance, about the middle of i
August, and the rye, broad cast, by the e
first ot September. This will furnish a c
full supply for the work stock, cattle, s
sheep and hogs on an ordinary planta- r
tion of the size indicated. Mules, with
a very little care, can be kept fat and t"
in good working condition up to the a
first of April. This is too important a c
matter to be neglected. Great distress, 1
if not actual starvation, must ensue in :
gomne )ocalittes next year unless we take P
time by the forelock and amply provide t
against sucIt a lamentable contingency. I
But it must be remembered that full
crops can only be made on land well
prepared and highly ferulized. Peru- I
vian guano or any of the standard suptr- t
phosphates, in the absence of ich stable
manure oficotttolt. seed; at the rate of t
200 pounds of the Peruvian or 350 of t
tlt:aupr-ph'sphates, on land thorough f
ly plowed an4. well harrowed, will be 1
sufficient to secure a good crop. Let f
every one try and relieve himself from <
the clutches of grain and bacon specula
e~llre will binU privateering in a<
iar between France and Prussia. It is I
forbidden by the "Paris Declaration" of
1856, which was signed by the Plenipo. 1
tentiaries of England, France, Prussia,
AQstlip 1t1 sia Snrdinia, and Turkey. I
The exact language of the four points I
thsi Ngreed upon isno follosv:
KtPrivatoering is amd'remains abel. '
2. ''e'iriaig coirers enemy's 8
goodb, wth the 'except ion of eontral, nid t
3. Neutral goods, with the exception a
* OIcontraband of war, are not liable to I
capturo under enemy's flag.
? 4. lokcads, inl order to be binding, a
rmst be effective ; that is to say, main- ,i
tained by a force suflicient really to
prevent, access to Lthe coast of the enie- a
The American Government, it will I
be remembered, decli-'ed to become a
;sarty. to t,be above declaraton.-New
'TE CHIINESE QUEm.STo.--Either all Y
meil aie. ereated equal or they are
not ; either the Declaration of Inedepen. I
dence requires hist nlationi to open its i
doors to 300,000,000 of obscone yellow I
* mrascals, or else does not require it to
admit the three or fo,ur millions of C
malodorous fetich-worshipping black
fellows. We hold(, with the nhiosopher t
Suinmnecr, thlat it will be wI-Cly inijos.
sible0 to draw anuy line of demuy-acatio.:
between black, yellow - and red. We t1
invited Spotted Tail ; we o)fl-r him the 0
right hand of fellowshuip, and see no ob
* ~ jection.at all to Ited Cloud or F"um ~
IHoam benig President of flhe United hi
* States. But Fum f-loam has the best
pha' de, becausehuIp country ipen-.hege i
will soon out-number th bred men by a
tluousanid to on6. 'Our favorite, there
fote, ia 'Wum Hloam.
: By all mneans, let us reap the froitsof a
the. war.-John Mitchell.
-A S'VND.Ec -We find the following
partigraph ini the Augnata C'onstftution.a
* ~ alis* of yesterday, Not long since,
we published' an account of a similar
qwindle as occurrmng in this State, and
w. :hopo the .ujoe wB rv
warnihg to any o .otar 9ittgens who may
.ecalled upon totreceipt and.. pay for
William Lentige, marked C. 0. D.;WAs tI
opened atths edepreus oOIce imi thist Olty 10
by theo consignee after paving the W
~charges and ifreig ht, -amosinting to t
$12.25, -The.box was shipped Irom be
-Xtoxville, Tennessee, as the accomrpa. ti
.myin~g ball showed,.by.Radolph Schunid, *9
and, when..opened found 1o oontain oh
~nl gooden abloclkA .The, conmsignee
* tP~4out a astu~pao o(~ga rni$ismengt'
unde,a tbe t ~woIarb~9,the1
-esprs ffice iha arYurk~ Vb1Wh
thie.or styngyspapte.aj lig.'of
a elwtfa* eser.etto he- -oneshpe
from Enoxville. - fl
The PhwaP Anda sopitblia .
The followtg telegram comnes from T
"SAx Faprotseo, July 18. --Th ,
ublicean State. 00nral ommittee v
ioted .a tesolution that e4ep s
veCiake's bill against the im
'Chinese labor ombodied th6 tehtta
ents of the epublican party lf'(7a1i
Exactly. The Repiublican principle ,q
equality of rights and races is one
at iaea.cred as long es. it .hlps.. to Inn.
ase the power of the Republa kw%
o tmoment it become.s' danbi-roius"to
ieir supremacy in the Govetninpetitg At,
no t at all sacred, br.t must he' re
udiated. As long as the principle, so.
siieJ, only bad pra ;41 i4uifueiie at
te South, and ministered to their power,
tdicals lustily shr uted its praises; bnt
ie moment it threatens the quiet of
rorihern so:ety, and the rule of radi
alism, why it is no principle. at all.
The Republican party has no respect T
r anything but power. Principle is LB
othing-..neither is consistency, except
he consistency ofetriking . to the party ou
nd its power under all circumstances. f*
'he Senate "goes back upon" Itself, p,
nd re"instates the word "white" in. the a
aturalization law, after, in obedience pa
their policy to strike it out of all the ds
two, they had kicked it out as an fre
bomination in the land. So. Mr. Sen- i
tor Wilson goes back on Massachu- an
ette' principle against distinctiott in race of
nd color, and objects to the Chinese, as "9
dassachusetts herself will do ; and so f
ow the California Republicans declare fo
gaenat Chinese. Yev, the whole party P
vil follow, saving such sincere aposteles th
s Greeley and Sumner, and their die. or
iplos. Thus we shall have a great m'
arty, that has racked the country, and
was apparently willing to deluge it again a)
n blood for the sake of political equality a
f men, "without distinction of race,
olor, or previous condition of servitude,"
lenying political equality and threaten.
ng a race of men with proscription and
apulsion ; a race who at home in their
wn land have displayed a civilisation
nd art never dreamed of by the black
ace in Africa.
The inconsistency is gross as a noun.
ain. The Republican politicians will
wallow it ; but, then, how will the
ount ry regard the -act? - : sudh
altering with a great question to go
nnoticed or uncensured ? Is power to
ivo men immunity from accontability
the publio judgment?--Richmo"d
THe RniNE As A FRONTIEI FOR
RANicEa.--The New. York 7mes, of i
he 12th instant, says:
In the detail reports of the debate
a the French Legislature on the ques
ion of the military contingent, we
ind a very signifioant retnark made
ry the Ultra-Imperialist, Grafier- de
"assapnaa: "We asal diminish the ,
ifeotave strength of our army only b
then we have the Rhine for our fron- fe
ior." M. Thiers is also found arga. e
ng against a reduction of the annual
onscription. The twe Depv(ies are,
n their way, representatives of di$er
nt sections of public opiloi in
Prance, and the present belligerent
ttitude of the Emperor is, no donbt,
artially sustained by the conscious
ees that lie stands as the exponent of
powerful phase of natiQnal s'ebli.
Fent. A further confirmation of this
rill be found in the latest cable tele
rams, which announce. th;t, one,of
he most eminent of the irreconcila
les--Deputy Gatnbetta-is to make y
speech in favor of demanding from
'russia the execution of the Treaty of 1e
'rague. Though M. Atago, who Pi
nnouneed to speak againstthis course, g
Salso of the extreme ,Lefty It is snf- c
OieDtl9 remarkable' tb gibA a leader te
mong the Ultra-Republicans, for' the C
me, at one-with the most eztreme
A rare. In One Act.
"Why is it, n.y.soon that when you
rop your bread and butter i6 Is al
ays on the but tered side t" e
"I' don't know. -It hadn't-' 6uter, ai
ad it ? The strongest side ought to Ut
e up, and this is the strongest butter as
ever seen.o thl
"Hugh up, It's some of your 'ant/
"Did she churn the" greab' lesy
"4What, you aunt 1" d
"No, this here butter, to make a
e woman churn It, when it is strong ea
aongh tochurn Itself." in
"Hush, eb,'Pe eat-as etda
'orse butter in the most arist*oratic l'
"Well people of ranks ought tq e~
"Why people of rankc 1"I
"Cauqe i&'s rank butter."e
"lon varmit, you I what makes-you 2
"'Cause the butter ha4 taken the sir
do off nry tobgdie,* of
"Zeb,- don't l-11 Ian't thiow
ray the butter." del
"P Il toll you what to 40wt
sep it to draw bigters.d ou ought
e the lea k*el 9oe s moon as Akey .u1
tueh it. ea
More people are killq 1~lgbos
smore thalO9? pl ve
' 'sikilfen r ' ~ 8
thin the puit trt year, fw*ln De
~521yers it gg toa
rty o V, ~~it
tio wr 1rA'Wbbtif nhjl
e dogmas efts euW
Xt* Yu*,' Auguet 18th, 1868. pi
klnow let to call your attention to my
eparation of C&iljbound Extract At
e eoeoptent pertt,,Kre 3UCHU, LONG 1]
A,BU. JUN iPERt stERRIEA. '
Sn'dr PiKra<ATI,O.-BIithu, in va. prit
s, luniper 'Berries. by rlistillation; to
-ra iAne gli. Ocbebrs 'xtraoted by dis
eement with spirits oi-tained from Junt- dy
r Ilerries;. very little sugar- is used. and em'
mall proportion of spirit. It is more
latablb'thah'auy now in use.
Buohu, as prepared by Dru itq, is of a 0
rk color. It is a pinot omhets I
granoe; the action of Aa t'e destroys: sen
Is (its active prinoiple), leaving a daik pro
d glutinous deoction. Mine is the color raer
'Ingredients. The Buchuin my prepara- con
n redominates; th0 smallest. quantity of pro
h6tiidinth dretled to prrvent
Wspbtatiotq lpoln-piecton, it will be
and not to be a Tincture, as made in
armacopea, nor is it, a Syrup-and
rfte ab be ~O sed in oasep wbere fever
inflammation exist. In this, you have
e knowledge of the.ingredientr and the
>de of preparation.
Hoping that you will favor it with a tri.
and that upon intpeotion it. will meet
th you apt Aton,
Withia'feellu g of con fblenoe.
I am, very respectfully,
H. T. kIELM10LD, I1
Chemist and Druggibt,
of 16 Years' Exporience. n
'ropn the Largest Manufacturing heal
ists in the World.] M
NovaMnun, 4, 1854.
"I am acqnainted with Mr. H. T. HU. Ge
.P ; he occupied the Drug Store opposite I h
y residence, and was suCcesbful in con.
oting the business where others had not n
en equally so before him. I have been
v,orably impressed with his eharoter and
WILI.IA 1 WEIGHTMAN,
-irm of I'owerf & t% eighttnan,
Ninty gnd I3rpwn streets,-Philadelphia.
elmbold's Fluid Extract Buchu
the roa scoifio.for Universal Lassitude, 9
The aostitutiop~, once0 affeo.ted with Or- eto
ale WE kuess, i'equtie th'e idef Medi
ae to strengthen aind invignrate the sys. an'
a. which H ELMIJOLD'8 EXTRIACT BU. luti
IU.5ingragjy oes. df no ifqatnment. is vat
bmitted to, 04unli Ibn oi' 'isanity 61 w
c1ild8 r1iOi ltract of Bu. *B1
CIXU ~ , ,,, Bal
uaIled b,y any otkes' preparation,' as in 3
lorosis, or Retlion, Painfullness, .or Ba
*ppression of Customary Evacuationss, Ba
eorkted or. 8ehawrus Betet. of the Utsfus,
d all complaints. Iticident to the seex, or w
i decline or change of life.
lio1d s Fluid Yxtraet ' ncian and *o
'$, , upre0 d.R#se0 tl
il radfdti s1diinainat& el(e stem 8co
ieAses artsing' froini hay o,,~ f d iS aion, 8ta
little ex)3:bnse, litt le -or liiahnb (diet, ga,
inhonea+e,ene-ei' expo5Uve :- pietely (
tee diseases. e ' M e
all dieae n,whether
sting in male or female, from whatever edl
tr, "Immediate" in action, and more
l'hose suffering Mem broken-down orE
loate constitutions, procure the remedy.
h,may be the attack of the above,. ia
es, it is oer ain to affect the bodily health
oog MB3OLD'S EXTRAOT I
ol by Drg Is ti$ yc 1q 5 li
iST MEDICAL CORDIAL
Anti bilioup, and a
PMAN'S 0r,r.\T GERMAN BIT'iERS
is prepared from the orginal German
eipt now in the poussoasson of the iro.
tors, and is the same proparatio.> that
used in Germany upwards of a contury
and to day it is the househould reme
nf trmnny, recommended by Its most
-X E' A &.. 1.%1.T93
REAT GERMAN BITTERS
s composed of the purest alcoholic es.
Do of Germany's favorite beverttge, imi
gnated with the tuices and extracts of
a he' be, roots and barks ; all of which
bined make it one of the best and surest
parations for the cure of
pepsia, Loss of Tone in the Stomach
id Digestive Organs, Nervous De
bility, Langour, Constipation,
Liver Complaint, General
-AND AA A
eventative for Chills and Fever 6
Maltrious Disoases Generally.
fill find LIPMA N'S GREAT GERMAN
t'TER'S the best tonic known for the dis
es to which they are generally subject,
where a gentle remedy is rooommend.
SAVANNAIU, March 16, 1870.
sera. Jacob Lippman & Bro., Savannah,
Trnts-I have beforo me your esteemed 0
er of the 14th ittst., containing various a
uments relative to your "German Bit. I
t." Alter a ca'eful examination I must. C
foss that your Bitters is really what H
t represent them to be, an old German to
ipe of Dr. Mitcherlich, of Berlin, Prus.
It will no doubt be excellent for dys. -
,ia, general debility and nervous disens
and is a good preventative of chills and
or. I find it to be a most delightful and fI
asant stomtachto. I
I remain, yours truly, or
(Signed) Atto. P. WNRTTaR. in
(InKLAN MI.LS. OA, March 22, 1870. p1
sers. Jacob Lippman & Bro , Druggists pi
Savannah, Ga : Of
,entlemen-I have introduced your Groat
rman Bitters here to my customers and It
tnds, and find better sale for it than any 1V
ave ever kept before. , hose who have
ud it approe of it very highly, atd I do a1
hesitate in saying that It is far superior it
ralue to any other Bitters now in use. W
ours, rspeotfully, fr
(Signed) W. KEUtLANy. d
)epot in Winnsboro, w
LADD BROS. a
Vholosal+ Agents for South Carolina. e
DOWIE:, MOISE & DAVIS, ti
IENRY BSCHOFF & CO. it
CLASSIUS & WITTE, T
STEFrER. WERNER-& DUC1f1t, o
ay 31-GOt Charleston, S. C.
Latt t Quotations of t<
OUTHERN SECURITIES, i
CH AR LESTON, S. C , n
rrected Week ly by A.O. KAUFMAN, *
.hroker, Noe. 25 Broad S. d
July 26, 1870.
kra-r Sxounuis-South Carolina. old oS
do, LW-f380 do, registered a
ok, ox int-@80
IALneOAD SToCKs-Charlotte, Columbia 'i
I Augusta,...45:~ Or enville and Co- e'
'ba,-2; orthoastern,9 8t. e,
maih and'Ch,arleston, 86'South Carolin na,a
lola shanres) 45; do, (half do) 22. al
sOUTt CABIoLiNA BANK BILLs. [
inik of Chiarleto , -- ci
tnk.of New,erry, ... ..
rak of ('amnden, 0 -- di
ok of Georgetown, --7 - P
rak of South Carolina, 18--- a.
iik' f-Clh.estErr n ,--(~- ai
*o Janihur, - O.-.a
of Seto ot' C .'aror til~ 6'~3 0
sk or State of 8. 0. issue 1861 w
nd 1862, 420'- ft
anters' and Meehaniles' Banki b.
~harleston, .. -- Ia
opo'siBank of Charleaton, -.
on Back of Chnr satod, J' I A . - Is
thwest ern R R Bank, Charles.
Dn, (old) -.-- nr
th western R R S3aeyk, Charlee- at
on, (now) -':--.- ..
teBank of Cj arleston, .8(- ed
mere' and Echange d1ank' of g
haeston, - -- 6 at
t1t oge Bank of Columbia, a 5 0r
unrchaV. k of -5 -_
nea of Faiuib d_
CIARLESTON, S. C.
C Largest and most complete 1 -9iii
j" Manufactory of Door?. Sash- -
W1 ee, Blited9, Mouldings, &c., *g
Sj in the Southern States, j -'
'rlinted Price List Defies Competitioin.
SW- SEND FO% ONE. jM
SW Sent free on application
Two Dollara per Annum.
4 PAGES- READING IMATTER.
30 PAGES ADVEI TISEMENTS.
VALICER, EVANS & COGSWEWds%
,li s%attaeeswoN, et. V.
The Last Sensation I
UST received a fresh supply of Fin
Dlurham Smoking Tobtaco, Canner
ysters, Shrimps, Pickles, Starch, Coffee,
igar, Lard, Cases, Tahie Salt, Flour Soap,
iverpool Salt, Cheese, Candles, Shoe,,
rookery, Tinware, lolasses, Stationary,
ardware. Dry Goods, &o . which we ntfer
w for cash. J. AloINTYRE & CO.
IIIE following Ordnance, entitled an Ord.
- nance to raise supplies far the year
immencing tha Ist, of April 1870. and end
g the 1st of April 1871, and fot other pur.
)ses, passed the 24th day of June 1870, is
tiblished for the information of all con
I. lie it enacted and ordained by the
itend ant and Wardens of the Town of
'innsboro, 8. C., In Council met, that a
ax for the sums and in the manner herein
rior mentioned, shall ho raised and paid
to the Treasury of the said Town, for the
to and srrvice thereof; that is to say,
fteen cents ad valorem on every hundred
llare worth of the value of all real era*e
ithin the corporate limits, to be assessed
s heretofore : three dollars to be paid by
very male inhabitant of said Town, be
veen the ages of eighteen and fifty years,
lieu of working upon tho str'ets of said
own, and three per cent upon the amount
f all sales at auction.
II. And be it further enacted and ordain
I, that the foregoing Taxes shall be paid
I the Treasurer of the Town Council of
finnsboro, on or before lie first day of
ogust next, nd in default of such pav.
lent, an executlon shall he issued for tite
allection of the samue.
Ill. And be it further enaotPd and or.
itinedl, that it shall not be lawful for any
erson to represent publicly for gain or re
ard any play, comedy, tragedy, initeriudo
farce, or exhibit wrex figures, or' show,
entertaioment. of any kind whatsoever,
ithout fst obtaininir a license from the
own Conil, which license may be grant
I upon the payment of five dollars for all
ihibitions o' her than those under canvass,
id fifty dollars for all circus companies;
id any person violating the provisions of
is oi-dnadoe sh-il be fined fifty dollars for
ach and every offense
IV. And be it. further enacted and or
rined, that It. shall not be lawful for any
urson to sell intoxicating liquers In
nounts of less than thbree gallons, or in
iy amount to lie di'unk whol1ly or In part
the place where sold, anywhere within
ae'mile of the Court. House of said Town,
ithot first; obtainIng a license therefor,
omn the ('lerit of the CThuncil, which may
granted upon the psyment of sixty dol
re for What is known as 'Retail License,"
d one hundred' and tweS, y. five for what
known as "Tav.arn Licenie ;" snd any
rgan violating this provisio. of this ord
~noe shall be fined fiftf dollArs for each
ii eve,'y offense.
Y, And be it'further enacted and erdaIn.
Ithat any person hitching a horse oreoth.
animeals to any shade tree within the
rporafo limits of' the Town of Winnsboro,
In any way mutilatirg or injturig the
nie shall be fined fot each atnd every of.
nse in a sumn not exceeding five dollars at
e diaecrtlon'of -the Council.
sne in Coutnoil thIs the 25th doy yTun., A.
D,'1870, hidlhe (;orpe'te seal of t h6 said
I. N. Wrrnimas;8Sec'try andi Treas.
'IfE Subsoriber has received a large
addition to his Spring Stock consisting
Ladies Dress Goods and Millinary of the
test style, Ladies' and Misses' Oniters,
so. Shoes of every description, Qenrs'
iroimhing:Goods, &c. He wishes t.o call
cial attention to his ready-in ide Cloth
g, as.they can not be surpassed for qual
'and cheappose .in the State,, .The above
mods he is lelling for less t.han the seane
,6de ceuld be boujght for at the first of th i
5Oesoan1 h.:asks, .1. a call fronm thos.
at-bawedhe Greenb*oits;ebosse that have
Itaget ihemipred .ook eaIll as blesterms ar~e
ISA askeepe;*fulI supply~ *fe Flour atnd
rooeripsa.-hia bda e.- ' I
House Wives' A.esItant,Codt.
~i.& e. oo ivetsfjaeJfo
ma5i9 24-tlea t~h,.
The "CAROLINA FERTILIZER," Is irs
and is pronounced by various chemists, one o
Peruvian Guano in its Fertilizing Properties.
inot land and sea anbwals, and pusyess qiunlt
at. We annex the analysis of Proffndor Shel
'" \ BORATORY OF TiII itEltD
Analysis of a anmple of Carolina Fertilizer,
Moisture expelled at 212* F,
Organic Mlatter, with some water of oombinal
Phosporio Acid-Soluble, 6.96 ESqi
Insoluble, 6.17 1 Iu
Sulphuric Ae'd, 11.01 Equ
Sulphate of Potash,
Sulphate of Soda,
On the strengths of these results I am glad
We % ill furnish this excellent FER TILIZA
AND see the Ladies Pretty Dress Goods
in great variety at
THOMPSON & WOODWARD.
The Model Jar
FOlR preserving Fruits and Vegetable,
Lamps, Goblats, Lamp Chimneys, all at un
usually low prices.
THOMPSON & WOODWARD.
OTIOWS and Shoes to arrive in a few
THIOMPSON & WOODWARD.
If 3ou want handsome Dreas Goods,
onill on Davidson & Co.
FRESH MEDICiNES I
VINEGA~ R ITTERS, Rosadalis, Koskoo,
Salt P'etre, Daleaam Copalva, Worm Confec
tions, Vormafuge, Oil of Amber', Dovers
Powders, Alcock's Plaster, Gum Opium.
Morphine, Strong's Pills, Jayno's Expecto
rant., Chiorororm, Cod Liver' Oil, Rieley's
Bluchu, Mustang Liniment, &o.
Bath Brick, Castile Soap, Ginger, Cream
'I arter, Fly Poison, Corn 8,tarch, R'at Poi..
son, Yeast Powders, Citrio Acid, Salts of
Lemon, Cox's Gelaine, Chinese Ver-milli on.
Just receivedl by
. *KETCillN,-McMASTER & BRUiC
PRIVATE AND TRANIS1 T
10 ysrd. East oV iPasMki ep.
w ned wtpleae done a on.
de from the Phosphates of Eouth Carolina
the best. Manures known, only infetlor to
Theso Phosphates are the remains of ex
es of the greatest value to the agrioultu
AL COLLEOE OF 8OUTH CAROLIN4.
ion expelled at a low red heat, 16.60
iivale nt to 11.27 Fo1uhl Phosphate of Lies
ivalent to 18 48 Insoluble (b sn).
24.76 Phosphate of Lime.
valent to 28.66 Sulphate of Lime.
to certify to the superiority of the ,(!oroli.
C. U. 8IIEPAlD, Jr.
B to Planters and others at $60 per ton of
OEO. W. WILLIAM & CO.
'IIE ORRAT A ERIOA H A rt
1RESTORtER, purifies the blood
0 and cures Serofula, Syphills, Skin Dis.
eases, Rheumat:ism, Diseases of Wo.'
men, and all Chionio Affections of the
Blood, Liver and Kidneys. Recom
mended by the Medical Faculty and
many thousands of our best citisens.
tead the test imony of Phy sicians and
patients who have used ifosadalis; send
for our Rosadalis Guide to Iiealth Book
or Almaoa, for this year, which we
publish for gratuitous distribu ion ; it
will give you mf toh valuable informa.
Dr. R. W. Carr, of Baltimore, sacs
I take pleasureinr" conmendingyour
Rosadalis as a very powertul alterative.
I have seen it used in two clees with
happy i esuis-one in a case of second.
ary syphilis, in which thd patieni pro.
nounced himself cured afner having
Dtaken five bottles of your. medicine.
The other I- a case of et-rofula of long
standing, which is. rapidly jmptovi ig
under its use, and the indications' are
that the patient will soon recover. I
have carefully exani'.ed the ' formula
ny which your losadalis is made. and
AInd it and excellent compound'of alter
Dr. parks. of Nibola9ville, 1y.,
says he has used Rlosadalla In cases of
.Scrofula and Secondary SyphIlis *ith
satisfacbory results-as a cleanser of
the .Blood I know no bett3r re aed.
I hatre used sev.en 1,ottles of I(osadal.
is, anad'am entirely oured of iTheuma
tism ; send me four tiottles, as I wish t
for my lpro,her, w ho.has,sorofuloup aors
1Bentsmn Beohttl, of;Liwa,' Ohio,
I. ).ribep, 1. av., fejed for t,WntgeaV
with :an ay trae dru$hlod dier m~
whole body ; a short time sine Il pur..
uOhneed a bottle of It.osadalis ansi It, of
rected a perfect cure.
Laboratory, 61 Exolhange Place, Bal
timore. l>s. .CLEM1TS &'OQ,
may 19-1.g Propt i6etae.
Dharlotte, Columlbia and August,i
Tt1E fo.llowing CoassenJAr 8'ledl Wi
lgoint o effect. on .thias Road on atd aftet
sunday, nezt, 25th Inst. t
eavo Augusta, at 4.0 a ni
"Columbia. 8. C., at 9 40 'p wn
4 Winnsboro, . *. .* ,1.~ p m
" Chester, ,1.40 pm
5trlve at Che.rlot te,- N. (1. -420t
sleaking .close conncciIonsa.1 Tr.ls,ot
Iorth~ Carolina Ropdl for all pists Iorthm
Det hatlb N..0. t " k10v0s m
tah. and *lp 4i16I frnl9*
points 8outh and West..
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