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A iin'er and a Ijiss.
* I h Ie brugtil youir dinher, faitier,"
The bl-teiinith',s haugiter itid,
AndI he took from ier urna ithe ku tlo
And lified its shijiing liil.
,"There is not any pio (1i polding,
Ho I will give you thin ;"
An' i 1pon h is toil.womirn foreiead
1he left the childest kish.
The bIcksuim It took oil' his npron
Arid dinell * i n hipy miood,
Womlering miuch l at tlie savr
lid inl his besmtabmlle footl ;
hille ill abomt him were visions
"iull of prplletic; bliss :
liut lie uover I thought, of' I lie nlmagio
.u his little daughters' kiss.
While she with her ketle swinging
Merrily trutiged away,
Stopping ait sight , of a squirrel,
Catching sole Wild birdl's lay.
Amd I tlmiglat how if aniy it slhamilow
Of life and fat e we woulil miss
If always 'ur f'rugal diinners
Were seasoned Wit 1h a hiss.
. 7 AliuiriCil W0 ltrs.
The groatest cataract in the world
is the falls of Niagara, where the wa
ter 'froui the great upper lakes forms a
river of throe-fourths of a milo in
width, and then, being suddenbml) co)n
traoted, plungos over the ro':, in two
columns, to the depth of 175 feet.
Tle greatost cave in the world is
the M'uammuuoth (ave of Kentucky,
where any one can make a voyage on
the waters oft a subterraucan river,
and catch fish without eyes.
The great river in the known
world is M hsissipppi, 4,000 miles
The largest valley in the world is
the valley of the Mississippi. It Con
tains five hundred thousand square
miles, and is ono of the mont fertilo
regions of the globo.
,h gecatst city park in tihe world
is in Philadelphia: It contains over
two thousand ao.4.
The greatest grain port in the world
The largest lake in the world is
Lnk Superior, which is truly an in
land sea, being four hundred and thir
ty miles long, and one thousand feet
The longest railroad in the world
is the Pacific railroad, over three
thoiusand miles in length.
The greatest natural bridge in the
world is the Natural Bridge over Ce
dar Creek, in Virginia. It extends
across a chasm cighty feet in width
and two hundred and lifty feet in
depth, and at the bottom of which the
The greatest mass of solid iron in
the world is the Mountain of Missouri.
It .is three hundred and fifty feet
high, and two miles in circuit.
The best specimen of Grecian archi
tecture in the world is the Girard
College for Orphans, Philadelphia.
'I he largest Aquedu t in the world
is the Croton Aqueduct, in New York.
Its length is forty and one-half miles,
and cost *12,500,000.
The largest deposits of anthracite
coal in tihe world are in Ponnsylvania,
the mines of which supply the market
with. millions of tons annually and ap
pear to be inexhaustile.-.Amrican
J atifu er.
PralritionS for dIf D)eIeise or Paris.
Tile Prussiana in strong force arc
invading thle department of Oise.
TIhe Prefect telegratphs that the bridge
ov'er the river Oiso at Criel has been
blown up. Criel is 31 mile~s from the
T1he utmost activity prevails among
tthe fotees guarding the defences.
(Great caimps of (Yrdes Mobile and
Nat-ronal Guards are station~ed upon
the bon-levards, andl~ everytinlg is an.t
nimation. A battery of maitrailleuse
has been placed ini position at the
fout of the Are do TVriumph do Let
vile-to sweep the converging avenues
inl everf dirction. The P'alais de
Londuotrie hlas beeni tranlsformeod into,
barracks and nrs;enal, thte woods in the
suburbs have been cut down and burn
ed, all the houses within range of the
guna~ of the fort surrounding the city
iave been levelled, and the fesse has
been filled. with water from the Seine
The city is now unapproaehablo by
assault. -All the cattle which had
been suffered to pasture in the outly.
lng districts have boen removed into
the interior. All the city threatres
and pubiio buildings arc preparing to
'receive the wvounde.t The n'uitary
socIit have everything prepared for
service, anmd improvised kuspitals have
been stocked with every rnecessar 3..
purtonance. Everything '.uat bh.
'wisdom can dev iso ha% becen d.oneo to
render assistaune to the aufferer and
to make the fortifications impregnable.
IIEAUTIF.s 0F 'THE~ IIA..o.-The
Philadelphia Public R~eord says:
There is a Dist riot in one of* the
Wards of New Y'ork whlich, according
to the census just taken, contains a
population of amen, women and chil
dron, amounting to 870. At the May~
election of this year, to fill seats in
the hlighest judicial tribunal of thme
State this samno District cast 934
votes. This,all will admit, is a most
remarkable exhibition of enthusiasm,
or patriotism, considering the fact that
at is was no Alderman, or Aseistant
Alderman, or other city officers on
the ticket, to distribute thle patronage
of the city of New York to the faith
It is such facts as are here exhibit ed
t hat east odiurg upon pr pular election
and Republican iastitutions. While
one party performs such feats in Now
York, another party in North Cairoli
ina and elsewhere coerces the public
judgment at the point of the bayonet,
and calls this "popular elections" and
'the "expression of theo voice of -the
pecoplo." Is it not tim)Ei that the res
peotable anld right thinking people of
the country should have a say in these
matters, and put a poreomptotiy chook
unon snnch frAd ndA outrage
Disturbantc alt Easton, Md.
On Monday last thirt y or forty colored
men, i esiding i Ailes River N'eck, Talb
bot coui v, Md., attacked two colored
m i at 14aston who declared they iitend
ed to vote the DeNmocra,ic ticket at the
next electio", and quito a disturbance
iistied. The sheti, if on hearing the row
stilt inonied a posse of half'r dozen men
1nd atLteimpt'ed to arreet the disturbers of
the peace. Th'e Easton Journal says :
,The negroes, with the cry of 'Rally,'
'Come on, boys,' throw theinsolves 'i
betwe(n the posse and thso they were
trying to arrest. Thus the atten-pted
Pilorcement. of the law soon became a
free street. fight between the two races.
I ite w hite's, exp'eclimg nothing serious
wore few in iitmher. atid poorly armed
but., a iottble filct, every negro had a
weapon- pistol, razor, knife', sluglig-shot,
or club, and did not hesitate to use it.
The posso after a while succeeded in
getting one ntegro to the jail, but while
lie sheriff was unlocking the door tie
iegroes tmade a sortie atid rescued the
prisoner. The most of them then left.
towin. Later. in the afternoon Sheriff
Beniet.t succeeded in imprisoning one
of the leaders, though not without sonic
synitoms'ol aiother outbreak. In the
'nelee Meszsrs. W. H-. and Theodoro
B..;tick received blows on the head
'-I r. J. C. Westi a blow on the arm, Mr.
Wiliianm Hli'lesa blow on the shoulder,
initended for his hiead, Mr. Ridgeway
Dean was struck in the side by a bat
intended ror tie head of Mr. John Poi.
ter, an I Mr. R. If. T. Conneell was
slightly cut in the hand. None of the
gentlemen above inined are dangerous
ly hurt, though some of their wotiuds
are quite painfil, and a Mr. Dean's
severo. Aimoig the negroes threo
certainly wero shot. and four more ciii,
besides several who left with very sort!
flow the Ellecton is to be Curried.
Colonel R. F. Graham, of Marion
the new convert to Radica lism. has be.
come involved in an ugly dillienihy ill con.
nection with cettain statemensl wh:0h
the Marion Orescent alleged were inide
by him. The gent leIeti up.,nl wh.,m)
lie called to disprove the alegation all
unite i declaring its truthfuliss
In order to show how they propose
to "cai ry" the election, inl tihe event of
the Reform movement beiing too strong
we annex the following note, PublisQhd
in the Crescent. of the 14ih instait, from
Mr. '. H1. Kirtotn, and addressed to the
editor of that. paper
Rev. '. Ailchcll.
I:Ai Sin : In reply to your note I
will state tlit Colonel GrAh'ai told me
that. the Republicans would be sure to
carry the elections by a harge mliajoritY.
lIo said that the Governor would op
point his own friends as coinmissionirs
of elections, and that t lie commissiotiers
would appomt Radicals as managers
Colonel Graham got the law and read
to me how that the managers could
keep the ballot box ten days after the
ele- tion. lIe taid 'the nsanagors can
Iak#, ot C;irp..nter votes and put in
Sc. o v.4 %* . ao 1 :i $I. -.'i von know they'll
do It.' fle aid that Scott was a fool if
he did not carry the election.
T. 11. KIRT ON.
A Graphic Picture
The plit, among the Charleston Radi.
cals is developinig somne em:ionis nictures
of Radlical rascality and exposing the
corruptions and fraud anid bribery which
has kept, that, party aihve for thie past,
fou.ir years. Tlhie Rev. R. H. Unin has
land some troubles with his wving of dhe
party, anid in a recent issue of the Mi&.
sioniary Record hme lets off the followviing
against certain elements in the party:
"The time has c.me for every honest
mian in the .R:-publican party '.o assert
his Iibheny and declare his opposition
to a ebais of men who have proposed
to rile thei colored people of this State
with a rod of iron and of dlamnable cor
ruption. 1or thle last. two years a certain
set. of uningatedl scouindlrels have dic
tated to dhe mass of voters of this State
wyhast they shoulid do, what, they- shonld
liink, andI how they should act ; what
they should say anid how they should
vote. There has been a certain class
who have been 'picked up' out of the
prisons and gutters of. poverty, comin2
to tihis State, beggmng their' p'assage 'and
liftinig contributions to start them in
bnalinessq, whIo have since grown so proud
and arrogant that they now wvish to dic
tato to the whlole people what their
duties are and what they shall 'think."
ELECTION Rowv A'r P.AUPoRT.-e.
Freem a getntlemein just from Beaufort
we icarla that ani election for county offi.
cors wams held in Beaufort on the I 0th.
After muchb voting~, dirinking and a war
of words, itomno of the sable voters en.
gaged in a general fight, resulting in
manuy of the fighitists losing much blood,
the wool, and ati occasional klice of flesh.
From the same kind mnformant we learn
thlat. one of Bleaufort's ebon bon)e, in a
fit, of jealousy shiot his wife, firing
two shots ironm it double-barrelled shot,
gun, inflictitng numerous wounds in the
hodly of his "'better half." Shlo was not
dead wvheni our informant left. The
would be wife murderer gave himself up
to the auithorities immediately after the
shooting and was pilaced in jail.-Savan.
PoiC.t A'FA IRs IN TESXAS.--In
format'an from Texas received at Wash'
ingitn inidicates a very disturbed cor.di.
tion of affars there. The conservatives al
loge that thore is -ant initenti.n .on tjte
part, of the sup porters ef Governor. Daiijn
anid his party to prevent an: election tyd
fall of members of Conigras, and to thus
deprive the State of any reproesetntaion
in the forty-seconmd House. A ' dlored
militia has been organiized as a distnrhnng
element, tind othber measureehnve been
tesorted to for prventiriditrpins.
tuion at the- piolls. Tih e reason given
for thiis extraordinary -Droceeditmg ,is
that. tdhe Democrats, tunder ordinary air
c'Nistancce, wyill be able to elect :Canll
delegation to the lioso
Naw Yos:, August 15th, 1808.
Allow me to ell your attention to my
rreparatloi of Compound Extract
The component partb are BUrtIU. I.ONG
LEAF, CUBEDS, JU.\' Islt ,,ElVItt,
iloDS oF Pit .r- tATIos.-Ie11hu, itn va
cuo. .Juniper Berries, by distiiitition, to
form a Ono gin. Cub si .extracted boy dis
placement with spirits ol.tAinel Itou Juni
per Ierries; very little sugar is used. and1l
a asiall proportion of spirit. It. is more
palatablo than any now li toe.
Duchu. ts prejpitred by Draiguists, is of n
dark color. It is n planti that eroits 1,
fragrance; the action of' a flane destroys
this (its actIve principle), lenving a dark
and glutinous decotion. Mine is the color
of ingredients. The Buohu in mly prepara.
tion predoninates; the stnmllert pi-inlty et
the other ingredients are added, to prevent
fermontation, upon inspection, it will be
found not. to be a Tincture, as made it
Pharmacopoa, nor is it a Byrup-and
therefore can be used in cases where fever
or inflammat ion exiot. In t his, you have
the knowledge of the ingredient; and hie
mode of preparationi.
Hoping that you will favor it with a tri.
al, and that. upon inspectiou it. will meet
with your approbation,
With a feeling of confidence.
I am, very respect Iflly.
"thomist anti f)ruggist
of 1t Years' Experienoe.
[From the Largest Manufauturing Ohem
ists in the World,]
Novan.,ut.:, 4, 1854.
"I am acqutninted with Mr. ii. '. ilans.
no:.: he occupied the Drug Store opposite
my residence. and was sticces.ful in con
ductitig the busitness where ethers had not
been equally so before him. I have been
favorably impressed with his charcter aid
WILLIA )I WE116)TMAN,
Firm of Powers & A eightman,
Ninth and Brown streets, Philadelphia.
Helmbold's Fluid Extract Buchni
ls thte great specific t'or Untiversal Lassitude,
rThe consetitut ion, once effected with 0r
gnnic Weakness, requtires the 'tid tAfledi
cine to btengtlieaat I Anignrate f se r vs.
tem, which illtM t10D'S EXT~taCT lU
CH U invariably does, if no treatmnentt is
stubmitted to, Consumption or iusaniity e.1
In affections peculiar to Females' La un
equalled by any othier preparat ion, as i:t
(2hlorosis, or Itettntion, l-nhifullness, or
Suppression .of Custemary Evaetnntiotns
Ulcerated or, ~ad*tie 61a4e~t the Uterus,
and all comp nis inclient to the sex, or
the decline or chanigo of life.
Hleimbold's Fluid Extraet Bucho and
lnlprovecd Rlose Washl
Will radically exterminate fromn the system
diseases arising from habits of dissipation,
at littlo expense, hit tie or n change in diet
sto incongenlenoeo ot eipe'spi., completely
stuperceding those unpleasant and danger
o is remtedies, Copalva and Mercury, in all
Use Reeumb1l' Fl f#x act Bu
In all diseases of these organs, whtethter
existing In male or female, ftonm whautever
cause originating, and nto matter of how
long standing. It. is puiensat in taste and
odor, "immediato" int nttion, anti more
stren ,tenuing titan any of the preparationts
of Bak.6t;Iron.2l i0 ' g. j
Those suffering from broken-down or
dolloate const~ibutions, procure the remedy
The reader must. be aware that., however
eof .]h'p in ti , jot he th&iJf healhi
and mentad powers,
All the above diseases require the aid of
a Dinreti9. iE LM BOLD's EX'SRAQT 1U
CIkA bi great.,Diuret .
$1.265 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $6.0
Delivered to any address. Describe symp.
toes in all Communications.
Drug and Chemical Warehouse,
694 Blroadw'ayv M4et Ye~k.
tras elba upi ift eet.46tgratted, mpper,
in qeo my Qj'oega1lWare hou e,
N FWSPAPEIK ADVERT18ING. A New
Book of 128 pages. Price 30 ots. Lry
mail. AmsicJOAt Nxws Co., New York.
A Discussion Between
I (Iv.M. Good i Iobil Eld.J. S. Lana
(Universalist), y (Christian),
of Rhode Island. < of Georgia.
1 l'ublislied in (lie "Star in he 'Vest."
(Universalist) and "Christ ian Siandard"
(Christian). jointly, betilning Oct. l"",
1870. coniiniiinig Aiboi ti-x intl hs,. iindl
appeariig complete in both pnpers Either
pa9per vill be 8tilepliedl dtirii 1ahis Itosi
ible and interesting disienssion
(Six Moenths) One Doll:r.
Ady-For '-Star.' nddress arVI.u.%iAsoN &
CA.N-rwF1,L, (in1innas1i. 0
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Pr'ic eow3 c.) cln cs c c.
Tnmi nUST IN Ties Coi?NttY.
NEW YORK OBSERVEI.
$3 I'lR A NVU411.
ONE MONTH FIEE ON TRIAL.
SilNEY E. MORSE, J., & (:0.,
37 Park low, New York.
In Six Months can be iado by a slirewd
and reliable nn in i nsoert, ie btiiess.
An investinent of $26 will retlirns a cienr
profit of $475. For pnitioulirs call on or
widres [lie Notern A il:niaCAh PICTIAX Cu ,
No. 85 Nuisatu Street, New Vo-k.
NElVOUS I)E III LVITY.
Thonrans s nl'er fromn it. A wenk. ner.
vous, exi kusted feeling, no cliergy. atiia.
tioPn or vigor, low spirits. weas mems y. in
volilitary Femial emtois.ions1. with li.s< of
power and i lirtenied impotence. The coi
seiiences of excesses. This is N.:nvous
ii it.i i Y, and it tiids n sovereignt reint-dy in
I/(i.1IIIe'"S 11011EGI'A T!C S1'E
CI' 1 No. 1 l'ENTY- EGI/7. Thotisati.
liave beeni cured by these p'lls. They lone
up ilhe rystemni. arrest the ilischarg .4, d iqpel
te gloom a di metalat depression. anfid re.
jiintlet ile syst em Price $5 for a pack
:ige of' I! ve boxes sial a $-. vial of powiler,
which is importun ini all old long staniding
cases, or $1 ier single box. Sohl by all
firSt.class d ruigest s, and senitt to a ny ad
dress on recei pt of the- pribwo. Adi. ress
II11t .!RYS' SPElCll~lC (II01P'.V lIIC
Al ,I)ICIN E CO., St3 liroadway, N. Y.
ne .1 DAYg!-410 iew articles for
4-9Agents Samples fr-ee, 11. it.
Si.w, Alfred, Me.
AVOID QUACKS--A victims of early in
discretion, causing nervois debility, pie
m~aturj decay, &c., having tried in vain
every advertised remedy, has a siiple
iltans ot self-cultuire, which he will send
free to his fellow aifferers. Address J. II.
Tuttle, 78 Nassau st., New York.
By.the Metropolidan Gi Co.
Oash Gifts to the Amount of $500.A00.
Every Ticket Draws a rrize.
6 Cash gifts, each $20,000, 10 cash gifrs.
ech 10JI00, 20 cash gifts, each 6.1,00, 61
cash gifts, eaolh $1,000, 300 cash gifls, each
600, 600 ask gifts, each 100, 60 Eli'gaint
Rosewood Pianos, each $300 lo $700, 75
Elegant Pianos, and Melodeons each 75 to
100 350 Sewing MAcltines, eactc )0 to 175,
600 Gold Watches, each 75 to 300. Cash
Prizes, Lilver Ware, &c., Valued at $100,
A chance to draw any of the above Priz,
es for 25o. Tickets describing Prizes are
sealed in Envelopes and welL niixed. (On
receipt of' 25c, a Sealed Ticket is drawn
wil hou11t'ebiice and sent by mnail to anyi ad
dress. Thei pi ize named tiponi it will be do.
livere'd to the licket-older on pziymenit of
One Dollar. Prizes aire inidiately sent to
sey addriessi by express or retturn miail.
Yout will know what yourt prize is- before
you pay for it. Any prize exchainged for
anot her of sitno value. No Bhrinks. Ger
pitrVons cani depend on fadr dealing.
IIXV~ahNci's :--We select. t he following
frm many who have latesly drawn Valonble
P'rires aiid kindly permtitt ed its to publish
t hem :A ndrew J. Burns, Chicago, $10,000~t;
Miss Clara S. Walker, Baltimore, Piano,
$800: Jnames M. Matthews, Detroit, $5.000O;
J ohn TV. Andrews, Snyannab, $6,000 ; Miss
Agnies Mimmnons, Charleston, Piano, $900.
We publish no names wit hou. permission.
Ortss oN OTu Pasa--"The firmn is re
liable, and deserve t heir success." Weekly
Tribune, May 8. "We know Ihem to bo
a fair' tdealin~g firm.--N Y. Herald. Many 28.
''A frieind of ours dIrew a $5,000 prlize,
which wias promptly received."Daily Nows,
Send for circular. ,Libernl.-indnoements
to Agents Satisfaction gitaaranteed. EVeiry
package' of Sealed Enivelopes containis one
casi gift,. Six Tickets for $1 ; 13 for $2;
32 for $5; 1101 for $16. All lettera must be
addressed to 0. 1). WiLLiANS & Co., 50
Broad St., N. Y.
M~hRIEDPEOPLE.-Send by mail to
Dr Lt's Agency. 699 Broadway. New
York, for deseript ion of his Medicated Lox
enges. iDangerouis for Binigle persons; who
need not apply. ' sept 21-4x
A T.OT of NEW COUNTRY FLIOUR,
<Shorts and Scoands, jnst receivetl at
july 7 ~ MeINT~ 1tE & CO.
COTTON GINS,.,&c., &c.
Gullett's 1'atent Steel Brush
rpillIS Celebrated Gin can be seen at work
I. in every District, in (lie Slhte. Price,
$6 per 8aw. Brown's Georgia Pat tern Cot.
ton GIn. Price, $4 per Saw. Ifall's Piat.
ent, Cotton Oin Feceders-preventing asny
hard stubafanco enterIng the GIn, protecting
tho saws from injuring and thle lint. from
fi:s. Price, $1.60 per Saw to sz of Oin.
Deering's Cotton 'Press-PIrJeo $276. Peca,
hody's Cotton. Seed JIuller--Price $76.
hlutcluson's Older Mllls--Isrice $26 Ca.
hioon's Patent Broadcast Seed-Sewers, for
,wheat and emaIl graIn-PrIce $10. And
j.I Mnla $ agfictalaural implemesi~ -for
sale low. C, ORAVJ) EY,
62 bai(Jly~t., 8oxith Old Post Oflice
. sazli1-8S . Charlestona, 13, C,
Kinsman & Howell,
Factors and Commission,
Liberq dvances made on.
Gottpn and Nava/ Stores.
UGhar/eston 15. C.
opt. it..n .
GREAT GLHMAN BITTEFS.
PUREST 31 El1)1 CA L 001) 1A L,
AlI hilio11s, illid
I IPII\ AN'S 0 C \ T G E.llN.\ N V'1 E.1
I ' i lia red roill I t he orginal 4 ; - r I I 1 1, i :
rep t iro i tb pos:-essionl 41f 1he I I I,.
[I ltrIs, anid k is e ::in*14 prop.i- ia l .t I batI
w used in Uritan'y upwnis I' at 4itu iry
a1go; :1n.1 IN, day it is the bon-1sebonh111 renvo
ly of ernainn'y, recolliltdIl I by its
elailleit phy.ic'i2an1n .
GiREAT GElAMA31 .lITTI-AtS
;S copoed of Iite pullrest nicohI1ohe es.
Felce of (ermniiyi''s fiavoiLte beverage. im0
preginaled with Ohe inices ani exdnacis of'
rare he- bm, roits nd barks ; all of Which I
combined make it onc of' I he best and surest.
preparations for file core of'
1y.IlepSill, L.'m Of Tiic ill tihe Soiitiiclh
luul Ii igesIti yr iul~, .irif lutis Ie
bility, Idongur, Conipa1ionil,
Liver Colliiiiil|, Gr frnil
Preventive for (111iS and Fever
- .\, .-.
Mahriou-s Diseneis Generally.
W ill li nd1 1,1P\' Iu N '.ii I i l i. f1 : 11 1 .\ lN
B I T ElC W Ihe bes,4 tonlitknoown itor ;the dIi.
eases it) which they are geer! l sbjec ,
and where ai genatle reditly is rec'nilivid
. 9sa s iI, Mlarch 16, 1870.
AleIssr Jacob Lppmuan & 14'o., Sa'valh,
(nt.s -1 have lofore410 leii, u1r' eite
letter of the Ith i s.., cw vini varii,,i's
doenmentis reinive io y-our -w-ian niP.
I el-. " Aftler ia . a- 411 examin:1:11iton Imu
oe101 1.'s that your Bitters4 is ren-ul tl4 y \ -tI
3yon Iepre'Senl t hem i Ie, anl I1.M irz
recipe of Dr. Mlichelrlicbh,' of' lierll. I;s
.sia II will 114 doulbt be exc ielln f'or di s.
Impsl ia. genleral debility ;4111 nerv. . zv;sI,;.
vs, aind is a1 go(ad rvay u'll 11lt' If chills aId
lever. 1 find it III le at Most dla'; high u aid
I remain, yours truly,
(Sigied ) A iO. P W i:i i: i.
K i i XL ' x Ali.r.s, (11 . .3k b -ch 22, I ;0.
31casms. Jacob I.ipmaii & ''.r , Druggi.-ts
Sa91valinahI, Ga :
(Ueni rui'-I have indndoreatl i ol: I roil
G ermian Bitt(ers here to imy ensI111mers and141
frienmd, ani find bet er sale for it than ally
I aive ever kept befolre. I hose who have
tried it ni Nl-.v f it very Igll~ly, 111111 I do
lint lesitale in mlnyinlg that is fa. superior
in value to :iny 'ther Bitters now in use.
(Signled) W. KIntJC.AXIn.
Depot, in Winnsboro,
. L ADD1 Bit,.
Wholesale Ateias for Sothk Carolina.
jOwlE, AMOISE &D.V,
I11IN H Y BISCilOFF -\ co,
CfLAsS1UtS & WITTE,
STE''E8. WERNERll & iUCK KRR
many 31-Vimi Charleston, S. C.
a11 e'st Quotii ons of'
ClA R IMSTON, S. C,
Oor'rected Weekly by A, 0. K AUFMAN,
1:roker, No. 25 Broad St.
ST'A-'i nE(.'larrIt ia-80Sulib Caroillion12. idh!
10; do, cwv.--(680 do, re'gi seredl.
IRall.1 .ea0 Sioeiss~ -Charloftte, Co~Ilumi (I11
and11 AniguI.in,.--..i,.: Gr enviiille anod C;o.
lumiiia, '); Nor' teasItern, 9@;i Sa
''annl an11 id C..harle4sf on, 35; 3oth i (2 Carolnn,
(whtoie sharese) 45; do. (hlfi do) 2:2,
. oIIITn ca n o1.INA MANI x nIIl.l.S.
*111nnk or Chlar'lesl, ,.-. -
*llank of Newberr'my, .-6.
Ban11k of' Canutlen, 5' (a4 --
1Ban1k of G e'orgetown,-(%..
Banik of Sonih Ci arolitna, I 1(N
Bank of' Chester',8.
Bink of' hamburg, It:(n
Banik or S( atIe of 8. C. prior to 180!, G2Q6
Ban12k of' Stato of IS. C. issue1 1861
"Pe'ople.'s Iank of' Charilestfon, --(0
*Un1 ion Ban of Chatrleson, .--(-..
Soothlwester cii Rt Bank, Chaorles.
tonl, (old)._ ...
Southiwesterni Rt RL ank, Charles
lon, (new3 .....'. -
Statie Bank o', ChIulesi on,
Farmers' and EIxchanIge 11ank of
Charlest on, ..8
Exchalnge Bank of Columblia, ...($5
(lommercia'll Ilnnk of Cohonbini, f'~r --.
Mer'chant's Blank of Chierna, 6(a)
Planters' liank of Fairfield, 4@i-.
B1afe of 8. C. thuslt occivale, par
Dhly of Charklson Change hills, par
*Il4Ils marked I'hus (*) aro being redeem- e
IId atI th ank C'ounber' of enck.
P. P. TOALE
CHARLESTON, S. U.
-s' Largest 11, ams1 complatIe '- "Wvg
y* M anuflactory of' Doors, 15ash.. "Yg j i
ii"' es, 11111:44, Mouldingd, &o., Ny)r
*ini tho Southerni Sttes, J -~j
Printedl Prico LI.st ficiles Conipetitlon,'
I&- Seng free on application "~
MORE FLOUR !!
FR1ErnI from Milling's Mtil, A Ilarge lot
eo o' Faoilly Elemit,. Shorts ftnd
3econds, at *.diolNTYREI1 & CO, -
*C 4 0,
Titlo cC. f " -JI/A 1VI1hJXER, isi' wae
'erivia ii (hultia n it.- Prliilizilig Pkl~'erim
[ot letlld ald SQ.% ai in als. and- pO1,q qtinliMi
Wo ItIl cx file alI) (v if l'rofcasor B~qlvr
6.1. lmOmmi-lol. OF 'fIIIE IL'lt
A n~e~it 01 td. Ii sI 11111C, of* Carolinza 1e l~,,71
"iiN dIN nl hn
ell,ioo~ioC A cid-$',ublo, C.M II
()It 11we 'treicl1e1 o these resullis I aliti glad
We -ill tiinixli (is exce~llenit 'L.'IL IXEI)'
icD A 1&I S
IelhicfaS..I thle Ilctjell
11lite . atnd -..Il CAmicie. AiQC:i0lIM 1f file
b iflood, ILniv.-iI8 1111 Kir l it. itecl
S I~e:t ti Ic, [tit ly e din is i ~ -:cd- .111Y IIA
111113 1 I I l ll s (it' ti l- ei e Ivi el is
il gend oni th teli olyulue (11' oin
4o urR.dl (TlC, l 14f Ielith Book
-Ir Allimi C'Cii ldII I'm Ik %i'Xl i h
i1t11fish It''l- (baw tl ls i s rii ti if 8 11(l i
;It' ive ol ll9 tel vih l plee. if ro.111
Dr. OL I W.i Carr, f Vnrel- afie er licv
, loike i It" ih t Ver 108(I e i alterivie.
'liiT Ui 0,Iie.. i- eae ill a1iCaselii f ond
.i iciin1' st vli il iich frail pamet pro
e1kiicie bt tes, oifi Your mcd~iune. 1
Iliii other Jlii i n il ens e 11 z cCretiao ln
sllil lp C i hiell N ~aidly I11 p~louil!i
ild) Wits l~ and11 ie ill - i iii leilel 1
ilh il e t1id xcnt W0 8)01lenr Itoal i
~illI it ill( 11X8IlCIIl hI)iIeltlid O RIie.- If
I,fieigia 1 Sents.~ VyS lilaW)t
e fromt I the Ph)iphn' of south CIrolina
Iie besi. Mures kiown, only inferior to
Tie.me P! ovphni iar tle remnains or ex.
! of the geiatusit vuline to the gi-icultur
l ef-. - - % .,1
A L COLLEImi Ole SOUTH CAROIjINA.
ou eXpelled It a low red heat, II0,00
ivit I(i o 11 .2 7 Solnu11 Piohiat e of Limre
valent o 1:3.48 IIulublt () .n1e).
2'..75 Phosphate or Lime,
valvnt to si t bulphate of Limo.
to cerlify Iu the superiority of the Caroli
C. U. 8111 PA "I), Jr.
to Plan rs nnd' ot hers lt '8 p1) fon of
U080. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
COTTON A ND II A Y PRESS.
Oballengo Open to the World !
1111E people desire to know the best. and
Iost pI-ini CCOTTON AN;) II AY
4IEIss. lling theii Invenor and Prioprio.
-itr of I tic above imip'-roved a nd receil ly )11
Iied lt1.1n1d Power Collonii uan1d I1bty Pre-s. I
eropose to i rlepresenatives 01 Ire.tse
IIIng0 holil the contrilliry, to.aive it publio
onlesti , ltek:.g colton at Cottinhin, dIII
ng~ 'nir w ~eek of th e A griculil andi~ Mo-.
tiun ieni Asstoclittion of Stilh. Carollina,
ho e ii cotest, exceplt presigt andii to bring
iy l'tes gent-r'illy 40 the 11(11lee of the
oiblicv ny propo.ig iln is., thatn each ciloupe
it or tsii'rhe: $5tl 't li an i entrnce ft-e,
shieb -hatll'con.-itateC ai.tind, to) t)I egnally
iid l, a . i. Oillribut ion, het weenx tie
ad ~'id liutit ir:i and1 ' 111 i-ci Antrna Assio
a ur ho place in yiitblic, oni thle I airi( Iron is,
md open io all clis-es of Presses, wheitherd
uiopetlled by hu aml, 1bars.-'14 Miram, or any
uth er r naa-l' t Io bte .ideilld by aI ciml
heoes whCit (1 I 11 11 cnutaeli shal itl nt
P0ninen of- (ime, taor nn ani piwer regiredl'ii
a do ii, the chi ef objteei bingI to)'I -nekrtin
hie mnosI SinIsipit, ecoomii11Cl , de taleu an d ,
wiactinbIe t'resm for geiniralu use1. Not louss
hani thre .haICC112es, of' .4t10 poundIs1 eiath,
irongbl .tp,~t n comp, of .1 wenty qtubic feet,
vittl-i he02 conidei-rl~ ft lst C. Persuons
liteniding to entIer te contlesi . will giveC
hiri l~aeCS, either' in~ i ro 'ot'hyv iitier,
Ii Colit J. P. Thmyaisv1C , t)lnl'>i, ,II ,t ,
eprst'S'ive 1: Cof ai neLw investi dn, I dopplt
omie withl a lOng list. of certiftlateafromr
1theIrs, unit mfoiu 'elxtraivngarit 't.2ertiohnI of'
IiJOWn-nal 8o the-piniver anit ellidaoy of'-ny
re~ss, but nm pe111rfectly eo int i o thtro w iL
ntI irl upon lit~tr s olWn med' i', 'n'sI'tig to
bie jutdginehlt of' a sorUtiiding a-nd' diis
riininhg puitlio to ,sward .to 'it that
mount. of' favor' andu' pat ronage ito thideh
icerit allone justly entit lea it; ' -' i '1
In ibo Aales ~f my PIesses, riibp,.nrdopt.
d the "No Cofe, NolPay Systen3." Every
Press w ilt tie * autiito'1 jVs& tif~ctrdh,
l'rice, delivered ali1omplet~e o the cars
166.: For .atny~ firhe oriiig
reps .Mr, J A'J.:EkiCI,4gppt yd
ipnacture'r, at Columnbin, S. C., or thie
crilber, at dnticdllo, .
july-2-trri ,'' *a d rJ:.K DAVISI?
&,sHEPHEtp, C ,
90 0N( 0~vTs fl r GR ld hETING
Piturest of Stoves, with riees andt a s
rIption, will be 'sent up'ofl'hjWpilw j
N01rMhE i ist, 1870.
HARLESTON, $Q. CA,
3lig Most liberail Premiiugns offer.ed ini
ecry de~p rmeto'A grieoltural and Me.
bLaic Arts - - * ' )
Preminms List published~ .in Pamphalet,
orm- une '8)-8mi