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A Touching Story
The folloiving affecting nartative
purports to have been given by a
father to his son, as a waruiu deriiv
ed from his own bitter experience of
the sin of 'resikting a mother's tove
What agony was ea my mother's
face, when all she suffered and said
failed to inovo we I She rose to go
home, and I followed at a dis
tantce. She spoke to me no more tIll
she reached her own door.
"I 6"ant go to school," said I,
8he Iooked UAtUtibed at my bold
loess, but replied firmly :
"Certainly you will Alfred I I com.
"I will not P, said I ; yol oan't get
11 to go.,?
"One of the two things you must
do,--either to go to school this minute,
or f will look you up in your room,
and keep you there until you promise
implicit obodieneo to my wishes in
"I dare you to do it," said I ; "you
can't got TA up stairs."
"Alfred, choose now, said my moth
er, who laid her hand upon my arm.
She trembled violently, and was dead.
"If you touch me, I will kick you,"
naid], in a fearful rage. God knows
I know not what I said.
"Will you go, Alfred I"
"No I" I replied, but I quailed
beneath her eye.
"Then follow me," she said, as she
grasped my arm firmly. I raised
my foot. "Oh, my son, hear
ino"-I raised my foot, and kiek'd
her-my sainted mother I How my
head reels, as the torment of memory
rushes over me. 1 kicked my mother
--a feeble wotnan-my mother I She
staggered back a few steps, and loan
ed against the wall. She did look at
me. I saw her heart boat against her
breast. "Oh, Heavenly father," she
cried, "forgive him--ho knows not
what he does I" The gardener just
then passed the door, and seeing my
mother pale, and almost unable to
nlipport horself, stopped, when she
)uockoied him to come in.
"Take this boy ip stairs, and look
.uim up in his own room," said she,
and turned off fron mne. It wits a
look of agony, miigled 'With interes4t
lov--it was tho last unutterable pang
from a heart that was broken.
In a moment, I found myself a pris.
oner in my own room. I thought for
a moment that I would fling mysulf
from the open window, but I felt that
I was afraid to die. I was not peni.
tent. At times, my heart was sub.
dued, but my stubbornness rose in an
instant, and bade me not yield yet.
The pale face of miy mother haunted
me. I flung myself on my bed, and
fell asleep. Just at twilight 1heard a
foot-step approach my door. It was
"What shall I tell mother for
you 1" she said.
"Nothing," I replied
"01, Alfred, for my sake and for
all our sakes, say that you are sorry.
She longs to forgive you."
I would not answer. I heard her
foot-stops slowly retteat ing, and again
I flung myself on the bed to pass a
wretched and fearful night.
Another foot-step, slower and feebler
thtan mny sisters" disturbed me."
"Alfred, my son, shall I come in ?"
I cannot tell what influence, opera
ting at that moment, miado mne speak
adlverse to my feelings. The gen
tle voice of my mother, that tthrilied
through me, melted the ice from my
heart, and I longed to throw myself
upon tier neck ; but [ did not. My
words gave the lie to my heart, when
I said I was not sorry. I heard her
withdraw. I heard her groan. I
longed to call her back, but I did not.
I was awakened from an uneasy
slumber by hearing my name called
loudly, and my sister stood by my
"Get up, Alfrod. Don't walt a
minute. Get up and come with ine.
Mother Is dying !"
I thought I was yet dreaming, but
got up mechianically, and followed may
sister. On the bed, pale as marble,
lay my mother. She had not un
dressed. Stho had thrown herself
upon the bed to rest ; and rising to go
again to me, sho was seized with a
palpitation of the heart, and borne to
I cannot tell you my agony as I
looked upon her--my remuorse was
ten-fold ntore than bitter from the
thoug ht that she never would know
it. I'bolieved myself to be her miur
deror. I feil on the bed biesido her
I could not weep. My heart burned
within my bosom-my brain was fire.
My sister threw her arms arounid me
and wept in silence. Suddenly we
saw a moition of mother's hand ; her
eyes unclosed. She had recovered
consc-usness but not speech. SheI
looked at me and moved her lips, I
could not understand her words.
"Mother I mother I" I shrieked,
"say only that you will forgive
She could not say It with her lips,
but her hanad pressed mine. 6he
andhed upon nme, and lifted her thin
white hands ; she clasped my own
' ithin them, and cast her eyes upward.
Ghe moved her lips in prayer, and
t ashe died. I stood kneel ing be
?ide that dear form, till my gentle
sister removed mec. The joy of youth
had left me forever."
', oys who spurn a mother's control,I
who are ashamed to own they are
wrong think it manly to resist hor
authority, or yield to her influence,
?'ware / Lay not up for yourselves
bitter memories for your future yearq,
A young stone mason of Louisville,
*.., blew his brain out last week with
r. revolver, while laboring under the
conceit that there were too many of
hi. trade Ia the ol alredy..
Unde the provision. of the f.
teenth amendment, the colored people
of Maryland are entitled to sufirage. ,
Becoming di'satisfied with reference -
to certaia thatters, they indit'd an
'p00i41 to the Democratio Governor,
askiu for an extra sessiou of the
Legislature, ete, The following is
the cortespondeuce ,
The Chairman of the Ropublican
State Executive Committee transmits
a "preamlble and rezolutions" to the (
Governor, setting forth
Whereas, the Constitution is au- i
prene, and at
Whereas, the fifteenth atendment P
is art of it, and at
Whereas, "It is believed" that
60,000 now voters are to be register. C
ed, and "it is represented" that the
time allowed Is sufioient, and a
W hereas, "It is reported" that -
there are vacancies in the registratiou 3
ofiloes ; therefore,
Resolved, That the Governor's at
tontion be called to the foregoing,
Resolved, That he be requested to
fill the vacant offices ; and
Resolved, That our Chairman trans- .
mit the foregoing to the governor.
The Choirman having transmitted,
in obedience to the instructions, his at
Excellenoy the Governor sent for a A
sheet of bobt, gilt-edged) eream-laid, P
and a pan, with a nib watranted not NJ
to splutter, squared the Executive -
shoulders, laid his hend on one side,
Fartiully closed his right eye, blight.
l pueoed the ofieal mouth, and
indited as follows .
I lament denying anything to the t
political party which is so good as to
'he Constitution is indeed very su
So is Congress.
I think the timo for registration C
Tihere Is no vacanoy in any office, ti
nor likely to be, while I have a friend th
to fill it. jil
The Extra Legislative Session "I
would be costly.
Therefore, and in conlusion- flu
Don't you wish you may get it ? dr
I am, yuur obedient servant, H
Dr. Johan Jacoby, just sentenced
by the Pru.siau Government to a t
term of imprisonment for drafting re- -
slutions ngainst the forcible annexa.
tion of French territory, knows more d
of the inside of prisons than even Sil. Oi
vio Pelliuo. He is an old-time eon- a
sistent lender of the German Demo- ft
cratic party, and has always been in T
the van of politieal movements. In
1840 he wrote a mtnooir on the policy
of the government, for which he was
setenced to three years' imprison- 1
ment. After 1848 he was a member
of the first German t'arliament, and
then of the Prussian Chamber. lie ea
was a s'eady opinionist, and though ej
speaki.t --nm iar ri, iade himself j
druaded by I.. Lot untl managoment J.
in the House. When the Parlia- 10
mont was forcibly dissolved he retired
to Switzerland, but hearing that there
was process against him for treason,
he voluntarily returned and fought es
the law suit successfully. He was se
again elect ed, but refused to serve andr
returned to his practice. lHe was di
subsequently a member of the new (
Uhamtber, and was sent to prison for to
seditious language ; and again for an- at
other fourteen months for his memoirs
of Henri Simon. IHis persocution by 7"
the Government of Prussia has been at
Manure making should be a part of E'
every day wyork. Wheni our people 9..
once acquire the praotice of saving $S
daily this great need-everything in Ji
the shape of manure-then, with the
aid of the fertilizers, we wili know
the father may make, and the son, e,
too ; yet to wnste .the blessings we Ti
have and buy fertilizers is certain a
poverty to the son. Our allegiance Is "
to the farmer ; lie sustains all ; and*
we say it is absolute madness to sell
cotton seed at ten cents and buy the to
same value in a fertilizer at a dollar. pi
Grimd up cotton seed, compost with es
manure froma the stable, cow lot and 82
hog pen, ashes, sinks, wash water, a
house waste, etc., and keep all, is poe- L.
ailie, from the sun and rain. Igep5
stock undier shelter, so as to preserveoi
solid and liquid manure. Gather Y<
every morn all waste and place it un- en
der sheolter, and in ten years be far **
PL.EAS. RaPL.T l-Speakoi' and' Ad
lutant F. J1. Moses, jr., is reported to
have dcclarod at Yorkville "that if it
sould be p roved that the Republican
office-hol dern have over robbed thef
p~ublio treawury of one cent, he would
abandon the party."
Will speaker Moses Inform the pub
lie how much he ha. received in come
missions upon the rifles bought by him
for the State ? Seventy thousand
dollars is said to b. the amount, and
every dollar of it is, In effect, stol en
from the public treasury.-- Cha'rleston
OwnING Ur.-The (Chester Itepor
ter says that Seoretary Cuardoza, the
arithmetic man of the ling, bag been
trying to explain the ugly transac.-oe
tions of the Land Comimission.-...
Touching upon one transaction in~
Oharleston County, whereby the State
was swindled out of $90,000, Oardo.
so ua id : "Governor Scott arid myself ~
were not there when the board did L
that." No denial Is made of the
fraud, and both' Scott and Cardoso
are members of the boasfde ' .: i
The meeting of Scott Indo1p*$1ii
at MoAlilley's Mill, In Cheter$@ua
ty, on Saturday, wsatneiysx
Spoersons, Inol udio the' repesenta
t veof the Cheeter L eret W
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egant Planos, and Melodeons each 75 to
0 860 Sewing Mnchine., each 60 to 176,
'O Gold Watches. each 76 to 300. Casl
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rcred to the ti cket -holder oni pauymlet of
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>h T. Andlrews, Savunnah, $6,000); Miss
gnes Simmons, C'harleston, Piano. $900.
e publish no naoues without permission.
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able, litieserye their success." Weekly
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friend of ours drew a $5,000 prize,
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,isera/ Advances made on
otton1 and Naval Store:.
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Pletm'es af Stoe4ir,11lf riees imnt ds
ltilon will be ont efhi pliain
pfP'i% at-of AsrioulrJ.q d Me.
Prealas ist psblished In Pamaktlet
em. juue m
Nsw Yoea*, Avgust t-th, 186&
Allow me to call your attention to my
Preparation of Compound FXtmtit
The component. parts are HIJCIIlj, it)NU
L.OAF, C:UBE3S, JUNIIPER IMliRIES.
ODE IF PiPA ttATION.-BUChi11u, inl Vl.
eino. Juniper Herris, .by distillation, to
form ai tine gil. Cubobs t-Rl'teiltl by din
idaunent with spiritsNObtained frOmA Jun.
)I-" lItIties4 very little sugAt is itsed. and
Ia smal4 lpropoIrMtion of spirit. It is mort
p e t6111iiil thath Any now in 11e.
Buchu. wA inreparedt by bruggisUe, Is Uf a
dark color. ki is A pinnt that. erits it,
fralgtnitve ti ht elinr of a 4611mo dost roys
this (Itte wotio prliiple), tnVin.g a dark
and glkitinous diecOtion. Mtlih Is the color
of inigredionls. The Buchu in tny prepara,
lion predominates; th imallest quantity of
tIe other ingredients are ndded, to pre-veiat
fermentation , upon inripection, it will he
foittnd tint to be0 a Tintiture, as mnatie il
nor is it a Syrup-and
ther-efore can be used in caess whee fever
ot' intinmtiion exist. In this, you have
thi khowledge of the lugredienty and the
modu of preparation.
1oping tha' 3 .u will ior It With P. tri.
al, and t hat upon. inspection It wIll bneet
with your approbation,
With a feeling of confltence.
I am, very resectfunlly.
if. T1. HUEM 110LD.
Chemist ani Druggist.
of 10 Years' Experience.
[Frotn the tatgest Manufacturing hom,
iota in the WorhlI
Novr.unsa, 4, 1854,
"I am acquainted with Mr. If. T. ilar.M.
not.n: he occupied the Drug Store opposite
m y resideuco. and Was steassrul in Uo,1u.
ducting the intSIness Where olhters hnd not
been equnlly so berore him. I halve been
favorahiy impressed with his chareter find
WILJIA I WEIGITNIA N,
Firm of' Powers & t eightman,
Ninth and Brown struete, l'hiladelphia.
Hlmobold's Fluid Extra tuohu
ls the great speoine for Uniiversal Lassititde,
The cennstit titin, otes affected with Or
gunle WYeakniess, requires thle Aid of Meii
cite to strengthen andi lnvignrate the sy's.
tem., which IIELNIIIOLD'8 EXTRACT EU
CIl U invanruably does. If no trontment is
submitted to, Constimpuion or insanity eat
Hlelmbol's Flid Extract of liu
In aftect ions peculiar to 1Fommales' ia u~n
eglnalled bay any other preparation, as itt
Chiorosis, or Itecntion, Paninfuliness, or
suppression of Customary Evactualions,
Uleeratedl or Scherrue State of the Utcrums,
aml all complaints incident to the sex, or
the decline or ohaungo of life,
Hlmibold's Fltiid Extract Buclla anid
Improved Rose Wash
Will radlically exterminate frm the s.ystein
dis~aene arising from habits of dilmsipittion,
at littio expehese, little or nio change in diet,
t, inconvenience or exposure: completely
superceding those unmpleasant and danger
o ts remedles, Copaiva and Mtgroury, in all
Use Hlelmbold's FlIuid Extract hn.
In M1 fiQe4Nes t, taeh o eI'WI, Whether
exist ingi.raeofeutle, fom whateier
entise trilginatihtg, andi no matter of low
long standing. it is pleastant in taste aend
odor, "immedinte" in action, annd more
strengthening than any of the preparation.
of flark or iron.
Those suffering fr'om hroken-down or
delicate constitutions, procutre the remedy
Thur reader mtitst be aware that, however
slighet mnsg be the ,tt*olk Qf the above dif
Ba.,es, ii-oeriin t6 affe'ot the bodiii beiilth
ad mnental powers.
All the above d jseaiei'te~ttire the Rid4
s trelle. IELIDOLD'8 EXTRACT flU.
UDiIU is the great blureic, .
8old by Draiggist. everywhetre. Paru
P1 26 pe boft te, Mr 6 bottles for $60.
Deliveted ton ay atdress. Desoribe symap.
Loin. in all'enotan~nications.
Address : . .
II. T. IIFELMBOLD, r w
Drug and Chemical Warei ouiso,
594 Brop. wa~r,.NE rork.
None g euine
Iludste'sone up in steel.engraved wrapper,
trite fee saimibhs 0 eisarqa e,
had signed , ,' ,
GREAT GLRMAN BITTERS,
1?U1Vr! MEDICAL 00ftDIAL
ANI bilIous, nod
IITMAN 8 GiATUI-ARNIAN III r'Eius;
I is prepam4y Cropt , n i tpnan
receipt ift tihe iseonf14? -*r
priet or, aMid is time samIke prepni'mau. Ihnt
wAs isedi i1% Uerman.y up*arrls of I aelry
ago; tind to day it Is liho h1ousemhoueld retm.,
dy or Germany, recontstnenided by its most
esiminlent phy yssici .
U1RE'AT GEllM BITTERS8
is composed of tihe pmmrest alooliholi es.
Penco of Gernmny' favorito boverage, im
pregnmted with tie ino And extraots of
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combined iatike it oneof the best mnd surest.
preparnlios for Itmo cure of
Dyspepsia, Loss of Tont 10 th 81tnach
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bility, Laangonr, Constipatioil,
Liver Comlpilain t) ientr al
-.\.N t 4 -
Preveitive for (hills and Fevei
Malbtrious Diseases Go;.e. ally.
Will find LIPPMAN'$ Ci REAT OEMAN
lif TER'S tie hest tonilo kno-vti for mite dis
mtses to Wiluh hey nre. gent. lty suhivet,
nnmd wher a gete reimedly is relominmimmmd
SAVMNNAI, MarI Ph 11.
(,'mnft -1 1 4ebthef tie y.otn , tee'mecd
lett.er of tihte, kI int0t., 4 ontaininmg ari
documents ite i atve to 3your "Uerman Mii.
lers." A \fra oa eful exatmimation,. imust
Ctle'ss tia-t. yout' itters Is reitlly. whrt
you repres t4t tihem to he, ntit old Gemamnm
recoipu of' INflcibrlich, of Uettimn, l'ri.s
sil It. wLU 00 doubt be eC.ceIllnti for dys
p)elAi general debiliy Anle, nrot 'diseNs
es, And is A good preveitative of lhills and
fe Vor. I find it to be a most delighttul mad
'1 romaint yours truly,
(Sigined) A tn. 1' Wr:itn.
Kinrji.AMt' MLL.S. IA. imrch 22, 1870.
Mossrsm. Jauob Lippinan & Bro , l)ruggit.1
Gentlemen-1i have introduced your Cirent
German Bitters Iere to my custmomers and
friends, and Md better sale Ior it thimn any
I ive ever kept before. .hose who have
tried it approve of it very highly, nAd I do
not hesilate in Paying t-hat it is fail !1uperior
in value to Anly otier Bitters noW ih use.
(Signed) IV. IRttLANs.
Depot in Winnsboro) L
Wholemale Agents for* N4otmh Carolina.
Dw ls, m.VI18 & 1)AY rs,
CLAS8S1( & WITE,
STEPFERIK .WERNERA& DtU01U19t,
-may 81-1m Chat-leston,. C.
Ltiesl Qtt tions of -
-COJARLt.ESTON, 8. (~.
Oorrected'Weekly by A, 0.KAUTIfAN
.groker, ito. 26 Broad St.AN
Septenthbet 28, 1870,
8tA'rr. SiCmcutTmes--5ouim Ctrolinip, gld
90; do, E~w.---@8 dd(on regietere4
stock,ecx int (69f)
lIA1tncan, ~ rocics -Chamtlotte, Coltimbia
and Augmna,--@i4,5 i Ormvilld antd Co
ltuimbiat, 2 g tfirtem ster. 9@j) I a
vatnnah atnd fihlest oi 86 i NeimthsICarmolinma,
stiurnt hAnttIA hIaSk iJ,1,s.
*Dnki of Chamrlesto , -'-(
*IDank of New berry,.--(
hlank of Caumden, (
hianmk of Georgetown, ..' .
Banmk of,Southm Carolinn, 1tl ---
lanmk of Chestuer.-fie
Baniik of Ilantbumg 10 :- o ~ft
Bank of Saat e of 8.O.rr o1d,2 --
Bank ef 8 ate *of 15. . lssito 1861I
*Planters' atd Mtectables' Iha~
*Unmion Bantk of Chanrleston ~ -
Sothtwesterni IR R Danuk, haless
State Ulittk of Chat'ltestptt, -
Farmers' and lhAcmange Ihmtn of
Exchmanyo Ban tcof Colut moblt, -..a
Cumtnreisl Uatilt of Colttimbla '.
Merchanrt.'t flank of Cheraw, fi (i
P'lantors' Dank of Fairfield, 4 -.4
8tato of 8. (C. Hills floealvable, . par
City of Charleston Chmange 111lis, a
*ilmls Ente Ihuni (*)tareu: Ig roeom
ed at time Batnk Counters 9t B49im,
6P 7 Largestl audmsosi opinglet. '
g(6 Sent free on application e
Seconds, at M~oINTYRE & CO.
The "CAROLINA FRR7'['LIXRI?," is wn
and is pronounacel by Alous chemistis, one Pi
Perivian Ginno in its Ferlitizing l'ruperiies.
Inot land and sen iain als, an(d postess qualit
at. We Annek the snl.ysis of Profcssor Shel
"Is \lORATORY OF T11 K \1 KI0
Ahlyfis ni a samplo of tarolina Fertilize-,
Moistnre expelled nit 212" P,
Orgailo Mattelriath some *Ateir of elubilhai
PhosPoric Aeld-Soltbll t 136 IgtU
Insol--ble, 0.17 1 jo
Sulphiio Ac d, ..-.U10 Equ
Sulphate of otash,
Sulplante or Sadarn
On hlie strenglis b thles' results I Aln glad
n - & P e Id iz r,
IWA will furnish this excellent PERTILIZB
R X-sI sa
'THE GitMAT %AlMHKICAN liEALMl
I RESTOlEl, purifies the blood
Mid culres4 scrofal. Sypl,ills. Skin Din
31 lo ases, 'ltatmatirn, -Diseat.e of Wo.
men, aid roil Ci onic Alfections of the
fi1lood, L.iter awd Kidneys. Itecom
nienled by lit .\etlienle Facilty and
niny tholusiaids if ofkr best citizens.
tvitii I end em ittoniy of Physiciansard
patlViiet1itiho iave ised itosidal isl Pend
for our lIoea'.lis nide to fieli hI hBook
r'Aliinnna: for his year, which we
puiblislh for graluitous dhtribulion ; it
will give you t tch valuable informa
1)r. 11. W. Carr, or Hnhlithore, sas s
,4 I nke pleasure in r.. omanending 'our
ilsadali s 'tt very jiOWrffil lterative.
I have scet it used in I %wg qatua with
happy rertlts.-ute )j a opse of second
try syphilis, "w100h -ho patient pro 4
D noIunced Ihiself cuired afi er hiaving
liken tive bottles of your - muedioito,- I
lhc other i< a case or' srotfula of hong 4
. "anding, which is tapidly inproving
anlider ita Usti andl the indications are j
liar the palient wvill soon recover. I I
inve carefully exainiined the formula
Ay which: yoltt. Ilosadalis is .iade, .nd
ind It and eleolloat bomipound of qiter- I
Dr. .Sparks. or Nicholasville Ky,
'afs'hii has iced tlosadais in case~s of
Mernf'ula andr Seconduary Syplhilisa with 1
litre It100:1 I know nio bettecr remredy.
L.I have~ used sreven bot tles of Rosaidal
*i, and anm enil~l~y oured of liheinna
tim;send me fotar brottles, as I wish it
frw'my b~ro,baor, ao has scr'ofurleus sort
I RIlnjathin .Ienkt ,. of Lima, Ohio.
writes. I hnvo sul'red for twenty yeara~
with. 911i invetern e: ertrpt ion .ove~'r my
whole b)odl 5 a shlort t iiie aiince I pur
chaised a biotitle ofi Itosaidalis tad it cr.
tt'cd a pei..fr'rt cure.
Rosnrdalis is sohl by all dritgeisIs.
L~abor atocry, til Exchange Plince, 15al.
Stimnore. Uns. CLEMlmT8 & 00 ,
may 10l-ly Proin ictorsi.
Charlotte, Colunaibla and A ngunst.
CoV~e'St uaA, h)oe, 27, Th69,
rg'iiiE follo wing Vascneget- Adehediteo Will
.Lgo into ef'ect on thIis flbad ona and after
Thursday, Septemalttr lnt.
tettvu Augtestra, at fl.00 ai in
*' Colaumbia,. 8. C,, af, 11 .80 a mi
'' Winnshoro, 1.65 -prm
'Arrivdi at Chrlot to, N. C. .0 80 p n.
Miaking close covneions~ *ith 'r.ains of
North Carolina lloaid for all poitbt. Kort.hi
and flist. -
blif ftit adtrftf.
Uieate Charrlotto, N.d at I 8. aW.
" . inneorpa, .12M5 p m
" Columbi . fl. 5 )ith
Arr~i'e at Atigustra 7 50 p mi
Makihg close connelclohls With Trains of
Dentral andi Georgl rloadis for Savan
nab, and nil 1bit) 'fA a 1con, Ce.
lumbue, NjoW rig6 .;w Orleans,
* olm a. e~ ville,
Lo . 't nl~~"4 l
p 4FjtS South arnd .hf
i la~ i ndef aje~r~T~
?ilifIfibf ilj~n dJjIoele4
.~y j)nrq~j nra y jhits wbute gg .
Northi, hiave oic e bf 'ihf~o'Iffarnt rotae.
1E. R.l 6on~srv, deer al iFrelglr nnillticK.,
COTTON' GINS, &4, M,
'Glilett's Ptent Steel- Itrusly
rjtlts Qelebrated Gin cart he seen at work
dna overyilstrict ,in ltheSIAe. 4,q
~0 per FaV.- Drown's GeorgIa PatternCo.
on Gin; Prico,.$4cper 8anw.;:M'allre .at Ve.
nl Cotton (in, Feederse.-reventiaig. any
sdi'd suabstan.o enterhug thoesiip, proteqting .
he saws a froin ina.inttg : and the lit fropi '
Iro..- Pelee, S.60Oper.84ow to esen of (Aln-b
[)eelring'eCottoniN Iess ,-Pr'ice.$$6,P , e
er471. OotAofa Seed. U'ilva-Pric,.$.
toon's Patent Brondiiastt 5o4-owpug. ~
wheat anad small .ileinefrie 1ir n
ale low. (1. GRAVSJl4y, e .c
62 East Blay-st., South Old Post Ollico t a
nugr 11..m nhaleson 8, ,.
,l fom t e f iijb i.-lil
'l e oni hhar the remadalaol 4aiiii Colex
es or the grevteh vAiq to the agricultur
~AL CQLLEOE OF soUl-IE CAfOIJINA.
IOU i'Xpeifli att l1ow red blitat, I 60)d
aitilht lb I' '~' 1tai'Ian4piatte or Iiaa*s
ivtent to 1:1J.48 Insoluble (b t).
2415 Phloasphinlot of' [,ine.
valetat to '3.6~5 Still-lite of, L~ime,
to fer~if'y to (lhe sit-iet-lirif3, ft tho 17droli
Ci. U. - 8 11 K A It 1), J r.
R to Plantera aind otheaars at $60 per I on ot
01"0. W. WILLIAMS & CO..
Sixty-lu First1 Prige 3fethls Awllrdcl,
- JbIA Ni fA C'TOR Y
Wm Mmabo A Coit
GRAND, S~UMMEAN!) lWIGIT
PI ANO -fO0Rl TEHS
Tt~ce InstitreniF hlavo la(en ha'fot'-diid
for ny ThIirly ears. axud .u1pQzi
(okele 1 c MoleICnined l 11 1 npair
liased pre-imrilicnce, whtich pronotilicos
hoew tieaqutailed. Their,
iornince 1grent powa( r, slveeas and Onei
inging gnahity, te Well its gr13ft Pill-icy or'
ut onat c h anal S*eet nota Iirougiiiat IiI0
auttro saale Thieir
sa plinthtit .bioc, anad citily free fromi
lie itutiafesti totani iti so intny 1innaas
hey 1rtISua'iilcj Using but, tlb i'cry
)Q81 8itASONFLIS NtAfFIX.1T,, ile lnltgeonili1a
ittp]aii'cd in our' bdiaints%1 etiti is ton