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tho Magic Rose and the Silken
iiY DiRs. in. ANDEaToN.
"One-i upon a time," a:- the old
legends.ay, thero wt,: two priaessoa
yto o ftlhcr anid mother having died
St th n tt the cite of their uncle, the
k ing's brother who promntu i alIwa yi
to love anmd protl 't. them. The peoI
ple had idl ,iM'd the !nod king and
his queen, and the entire nation
viourned their ,death. What, then,
was their sorrow, when a few months
ufter it was announced, that the
young princesses had both taken a
dreadful forer, and di'ed oil the saie
day I But their uncle, who was now
hing,.had 4spread the report that
ho inigh t' keep possecsion of the
lie was assisted in his cruel -design
by p, Genie, who ,mnt him two hateful
dragons to place at the large entrance
gaite of an old palace, where no stran
gers ovor voutured to approach, and
tlJ;o the poor prineessos were pining
for their liberty with no attendants
except a fcw black slaves who wer0
forbilden to address thom. And
when from the lofty apartments where
they ivere imprisonod, the princesses
behold the distant mountains, and
caught a glimpse of the beautiful
world from whioh- they were severed,
and watched the free birds flying
through the air, they turned from the
window and wept in each other's
Shall we ever go out again, sis.
ter " said the little princess, who
was quite a child, and some years
younger than Annie, the older one.
,"I hope so, Leila, and each day I
endeavor to send a mesago beyond
clr prison, to try if soue kind fairy
will assist us. Hark ? there is a lin
n6t singing his sweet notes above.
Idasten, Leila, crumble me some
Leila obeyed, and her sister scatter.
ed the bread upon the balcony of the
"Oh, linnet!" said Annie, as the
bird was picking up the crumbs,
"will you carry to the fairios the sad
tallof'our imprisonment ?"
"'hb lhinet chirped a few notes in
reply, and spread his wings ready for
flight, but as lie rose into the air a
fierce hawk pounced down upon the
poor bird and devoured him.
Annie looked very sorrowful, and
littlu Lcila laid her head upon her
sister's knee and cried.
"Sister," said she, at length, yester
day I was looking from one of the
waidows on the othtr side of the pal
ace, that overhangs the sea ; there I
watchud th- gold and silver fish as they
tspurted about in the water. Let us
throw some of thiN Cako to them." ,
Tie fishes rose to the suk face, but
alas, only to maeet the same fate as
the poor linnet, for a higo shark swal
lowed them, one after the other, as
the priinars was uttering the words of
"It is useless," exoeained Annie,
"there is some wicked Genie, whose
enchantments nre too powerful for any
living creatures to resist, and the
fiorce hawk, and the yet fiercer
ai ak, are here at his command."
One morning, some days after, a
little lady-bird was creeping along the
balcony where Annie was sitting play.
ing upon her guitar, and singing a
mournful nir. The lady-bird was so
smiall, that it escaped the notice of
the watchful dragons, anid crept on,
and con, until it rya, hed the feet of
little Leifa. She was a wise child,
anid did not pretend to see the lady
bird until the woman who attended
upon the prineses htad left the room,
then she pointed it out to her sister.
"Lady-bird," said Annie, "wvill you
go and tell the sad tale of our suffer
Th le lady-bird understood her, and
ereptt up ag iin to the window, when
down dropped a horrible black spi
der, but the little princess Leila,
Wtho was watching, gave hima su:,h a
blow whitli her fan that ho lay dead ;
thenraway flew the pretty lady-bird,
eveu over the heads of the terrible
ntd whither did 'shd fly t Tlo
fairy land-and there related the
story of the poor princesses and the
"Good little lady-lady-bird,". said
the fairy queen, "as a reward for your
services, you shall have a happy homne
amtong t.he palm leaves in fair'y land;
and when you roam about, we will
watch over your children, so that they
shall never take fire and be burned in
ol~yoi4-that wide river, or rather
ort~ fh he sea, where the% ruthless
shark pursued the gold and silver
fish,thoure was anothcr country. The
king-nid queon of, that reklrn had an
only son, who was distinguished for
bravery and his virtue ; and one night
a fairy appeared to him.
"Pino Solim,'' said the fairy
"rise to-morrow at day-break, and
travel alone by the nearest road to
% i !es, Tere you wil) find a boat
5 %[it tds An'ilken lad der.
TI' 'ibea v ijl carry you across the sea
to a 'dt palCWhtdieb young
prineess~s a e imprisoned by their
Aigil,',g9 16ji37.0 thy orown,< de
clariing thno) al-o dead.: Un teadhing
the pall'ob;tith -th'Q uagio rose, in
your handl you maly eater unobserved
and atesun-down; - the. dragone pk
guardl the.entrance, nind ths'atten
dants whom the king has plaed there
wDl1 fal~-idot a deep, timlier, whieh
ff ~l'1t bnbitour.;-bdt boe aefsl not
to~exceedl that time. Thlen ,in return-,
1m:', by the aid of-the, silken ladder
yor can descendi frim the Window,
Lan have courage, and i4 Is only td
the bravo arnd.the true. it the fairie,
cntruisttl I ills ; IdV th' s is the
ktiness of the bea'ttifut piincess,
wo, .(f jeqddotg,' destiEd -to b'e.
qoema your bfido."
LPlrincoSolim thou awoke, but the
soft, dark eyes of Annie were still be
fore him ; they seemed -to plead for
the life and liberty of-berself and sis
ter. Ie rosolved to obey the fairs's
command, and perceiving tile day:
about to dawn, dressed himself and
left the palace alone.
Th. fairy ado appeared to Annie,
and in her sleep showed her the form
of qoliim. She did not name it to Leila,
but sit all day thinking of the Inud
some young prince, and wondered if,
exocpt in dreiam-land, they should
"Doar sister," sid Leila, "ding to
me, plense, for I feel so a'-rrowfil to
night. I fear the poor .little lady
bird nover reached fair-land, and we
are doomed to live and die in our
So Annie, with a sad suile, took
her guitar and sung
"Over the land arid over (te sea,
Speed thee, oh, speed thee, my lover, to
Save mte from danger, save mne froin
Oh ! guard hiin, kind fairy, and has'en
Then the door opened, and-yes, it
must be-prince Selim, himself !
He related the fairy vision to the
astonished princess as he knelt at her
feet ; in tears Annie listened ; she
could hardly believe sub happiness
was hers ; while little Leila danced
round them, clapping her handa for
IFrom the window overlooking 'the
sea the prince secured the silkeu lad
der, which unwinding to a great
length, floated out into the little boat
beoneth, and there attached itielf ;
he descended, made secure the lad
der to the boat., and returned quivk
"Come, dear princes," cried Selim,
"all is prepared, and exchange death
and imprisonment for life and liber
"No, no," answered Annie, "take
my fiiter first; if the dragons awake
before you return, she will be saved
it is still harder for her to be shut
up here than me."
The prince found it impossible to
"Go, go !" she cried, "the child
will break her heart if I leave her
here alone. Hasten, prince, for the
moments are precious."
Selim left the balcony with the
little Leila in his arms, the beautiful
white face of'Annie looking down on
themn as they descended, step by step,
until they reached the boat in safety
where he placed Leila, and bidding
her to sit quietly, with all speed he
te in ted the ladder and returned.
Annie had sank upon her knees be
fore the open window, and there blhe
had fainted. The hour had narly
expired-then the fairy spoll would
The prince raised her, and with diffi
culty once more descended the ladder,
the silken cords bending beneath
their weight. lie placed Annie be
side her sister-and at that moment,
with a dreadful roar, the dragons awoke
and, oh ! what a noise they made ! it
r nR d Iall the people in the palace,
.1 t. m t-,- iI ts Selim and Annie
judged that tteir cscape had been dis
The prince rowed away as fast as
possible, but it was day-break when
lhe reached the spot wvhence he had
set out. lie theii toolk this two liriu
cesses to the palace of his father and
mother, and before them the lovely
Annie promised him her band.
Of course the news soon spread to
the adjoininig country, and the unjust
king was compelled to give up the
throne be had so falsely gained. But
the people were not satisfied with
that.; they put him to death, anid de
manded Sclim and Annie as his succes
The fairies of the land asked the
aid of their sisters, the sea fairies ;
they conquered the genie, for good
ness and mercy are more powerful
thtan wickedness andl cruelty.
On the same night that the king
met his well-deserved death, a fierce
storm arose, and the dragons, and all
the attendants, were swept away by
And for many, many years after,
among the treasures of .the kingdom
were preserved.-tho magic rose and
theo silIken ladder.
M~URDER OF ANiEMirT ~onA
runn.-Sir Iloderiek Murchison writes
as follows :"It is my painful duty
to announce that the distinguished
traveler, Mr. Georke Heyward, to
whom the Founders' Gold ~ Medal of
the Royal Geographical 8,ociety was
awarded at the last anniversary of
that body, was assassinated, and his
property plundered, about the begin
mung of last Augnat, by the followers
of the Chief Meer WVat' Khang of
Yneime. The details of thislateted
catastrophei will be laid b$'fore the
Royal Geograph ical 8oeiety at its first
meetinig (on the J5th of November)
when I wihll endeavor to do all'justice
to the teimory of so enterpr ising and
accomplished an ex plorer of wild east
ern mountaina,and .whose brilliant and
hitlierto successful onreer was unhap
pily teminmated when he was oil ti o
point of reaching the lofty Panuir
8teppe, which ho had engaged to visit
A decoRa.-Chrstopher taodi,
of Museatino, Iowa, haya .wondetful
dog. Ludi Is a baker, #dhis.dog is
hi. policeman. Hie missed. money
frotn4 his. drawer. He threatened to
blow his dog's head off fot 1feting him
be robbed. T~hereuponm ibp7lag piall
ed hiisled him lo'a imoe neatin the;
ooider, *here ,LodI found bire -
bacice .Hle sagsa o'I tak~ *, 0
The pririf'fires in Iowa forced a
berd of hoffrales 'luto 8l6'Oitf',46:
0% t )pp h~lno t~lhe
cftfbaR iltrifb', many of t~mesge.
elnrled to ranain thor.
N.w Youn, August 15th, 1808.
Allow Me to call your attention (o my
Preparation of' Compound Extiact
The cmponnt pilt. are 110.011, . ONCII
LEAF, MU1IMBS, JU.NIPER ttEIRiEill.
MotO I'l Pi'A urioy.---tnch it, iin va.
cuo. .1111iper erries. by dist ill:ion, to
form a fine gint. Cubebt exlretied hY di.
plaocetment wita spirils ol aineid from .Juni
per ierrie; i very little sugar is tsed. tanil
a small proporttin of' pirit. it. in more
palatable-thani aty now itn lose.
J3uchu. ai preparled by Dligeit-t-q is of a
dark color. it is aI plain ii tl u, t it , I,
fragrance; the aeion taf a tlun,- de-:ys
this (its 'teive prinCiple). trlmving a dark
and glutinous decoetitn .Mlno is the hcolir
of ingredicule. The Bucthu in my prepnea.
lion predonduaies; the snallemt qanttlity of
the other ingredients aro uided, 11) prevetl
formentation , upon iti piece ion, if will he
found not to be a Tinci te, as inde in
Pharimacopcea, nor Its it a Syrup-anl
therefore can be sled in eostes where fever
or inflammal tion exist. ila this, you have
the knowledge tf tle iuagrediet and tho I
modo of prepuralion.
Hoping that you will favor it. with i a tri.
al, aid that. upon inispeclion it will mcet
with your approbation.
With a feelitg of confilletce.
I am, very respectfully,
of 16 Yoni' Experience.
[From the Largest Mannfactuuing Ohem
ists in the World.
Nor.nturia, 4, 1854.
"I am acqtainlted with Mr. ii. T. Ilat.it.
nOLD: lie occtiled the Drug Store opposite
tit residence. and was .scces.ful in con
dicting the busine.'ss where others had not
been eaquillv so before ain. I hne been
favorably impressed winas his charcter and
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Firn of 'owers & 11 eightman,
Nit4h and Brown streets, Philadelphia.
Hfolmbold's Fluid Extract' Buchiu
is the great specific for Uniri'sal Lasasitude,
IThe constituion, once aff'ected wilth Or.
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Hlmnbold's Fluid Extract of IBu
Tn afl'ections peonliar to Femnales' i., un
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Chlorosis, or Rtention, l'tiinftullness, or
Suippreson of Customary IEvnenantionts
Ulcerated or Schiartas State of thte Utmerns,
unde all complintt incident to the sex, or
the decline or change of life.
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Sipeirceing those uniplen'ant antd danger
:ote remedie?.,CopLaL loruy na
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Use H[elmbold's Flaid E~xtrnet Bu
In all diseases of theso orgar.:,~ whether
existing In nale or fematlo, from whtever
eause origintating, antd no rnatter of how
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strengthening than any of the prepatations
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Those sufferIng from brosken .nowtr, or
dellonte consttuttionu, procure the remaedy
The reader erast be aware that, htowever
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dases, It is certain to affect the bodily healhh
and mental powers.
All the above diseases requmir'e the alid of
a Diureio. iJp, IELl'Si E-XTIIACT UU..
CIi.VtIs the great )Sltito
S1(by ltrruggiate everywhere. Frice
#1 26 per bottle, or 0 bottles for $6J 50.
Delve'td to any Aadiers. D~escribo eytmp
totns ifpl c ommuniojsions.
-." I. T. IKELMBOLD,
D- a'rid ChemIcal Warehonse,
694 Drladsay, Ne w York.
t ~olie up in' etee ngraved wraepper,
*hn flo atimile of niy Cihemical WVerthouse,
II T. fipLIBOLD.
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heir excellence alon ai inied an unpur
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comne-lgts jrent 1-ower, ,weetness antl fino
singing gentably, os well ns great puit iy of
Iincoinn uami swevitiess ithronghout the
eillire scale. Their
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(te ttiline'ss fIoMil i so ma1*n1y Pinnauos
ty nro ti iih14'eI.. n1inlg buti. ilte very
be-I sHAS.NI.P : 'r uI.., Ihe barge en pit:al
employed ini our biasineus enabliig us to
keep cimitually ai inmense stock or 1lum
her. &c., onl han1d.
fjy- All our Squ s PIANOS hatVe 0111'
New Improved Orerstruny Seale and the
[rd We WoulI call special attention to
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I14. 1i8(ti, which hring- iie Pinoitnttenrer per
feetion tha hias yet been4 411tinned.
Every I'iano Fully li'arran /iir r) Ycars.
We have mole nri'nigeiets for the So.n
oII[t.atxFAA AU1KY for tile LORst celelrated
AI11 OltGAN8 AND 1Vl,0DEONS.
Which we offer, Wholesalo and lelenil, at
Lowest Fiactory P!rices.
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sept 13-6m Bahimore, Md.
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Messrs. Jacob Lippmtan & Bro., Savantah,
Gent/a-I hmave before moe youtr esteemed
letter of tihe 14thi inst., conltniing various
dlocumets relative to your "Ge'rman Dit.
ters." After a ca efulI exatminationt I muts1
confess that your Iliier3 la really whtat
you represent them to be, an (old Germnan
recipe of Dr. Mitcherlich, of Berlin, Pruts
uiat It will no dottbt he excellet for dv's.
pepsia, genteral debility and1 ner'vtts disens
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(Signedl) Aru. P WKTR.
Krnxz.Ast> Mit~ta, GA. March 22, 1870.
Messrs. Ja.ob Ippmanl & lUro , Drvuggists
Savannahll, Ga :
Cenitmn.- I Itnye itrtoduced your G reat
German Bitters here to my cutstomners and1(
friends, and flind btetter enle fot' it than a.ny
I haove ever kept before. athose whto htave
triedi it approve oIf it very highly, and I do.
nt'tfhetsitaito in satying ttrtnt it is far super'ior
mn vah1te to any et her Bitters now In use.
Yours, respect fully,
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LA DD BROS.
Wholesale Agents fotr South Caroliaa.
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IlENRY~ BISCHOFFl & Co.
CLASSIU9 & WIlTTE,
STiEFi'ERS WVERNERL & DUCKEFI,
may 21 $m Charteetn,8. C.
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lo, N4 Ilayne St., Charleston, S, ,,
rWJAftNG 570VES, RANGES and hEATING
Pictutres of Stoveu, with prices ar dl,
eription, will be sent, upon applliation.
A WTER WEEE,
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Novembet' 4, 1870.
STAT, Ft*rIt I!I:s - Sou h Cn rol inn, old
80; dot, ,IcW,--@08 do, registered
Mtock, ex tlt-- (E168
IAI I.nOAD STcATCS-CIS-1i-lot to, Columbin
anid Auigusin :,-- :r eiville 1 and Co
uII n 61, 2 2: Nori hoasiern. , 1@ ; t.
vnnnah111 .111. .br 1son 1 ; huhCarolina,
(wholu 1inmres) 41 ; dI. (half do) 21.
sOUTil CI 01.OL.INA IIANK BIlLS.
*11nnk of lnrlesto ,(a)
*Bann11k of Nawherry, -
Ra n k of t 'anu1in, d
llank of (ivurgetown, -ti
llaik of Sut h Carolina, 10( -
Bank of Chester, .
ioink of Ilinilimng,
Itink of Sii of S. C. prior Io 1861. 48@
hitnk of %%Itate of S. C. isstuo 18n)1
andu 1862e, 35
*l'liters' and lelintoics' Bank
('harlest on, -_
41'eople's Iaimk of Charleston, -- -
*Untion utt of CalicIirston, -
Soultwest er 11 t lank, Orilea
Sothillwesierl It It Bank, Charles
State Battk of Charleston, 7
Farmers' and Exchnngei Bank of
Exchange Bank of Columbia, 6 -
Connmremm i tinnk of (olumbin, 76
Merelthnit's 13nnk of Cheraw, 6 1
PanitIers' 1innk of Fritrfield, (I -
Sitic of S. '. 111. Iteeivablo, 90 .
Gily of CharloHton ClhntlaC. 1ills, T5 'of
*1411r marked thits (*) aro being redeem.
ed at the Bank Counters of each.
CJ,A P ]f'URNIITURI!
[JU8T ceived direct from Ihe best facto.
ries of New York and Boston. Consist.
ing of fine Rosewood and Chesint suits,
Cu'tplelc Mahogany nnd Walint lirenus,
Sofas, Divans, Parlot' Chairs. Stands, &o..
Rled Sleads and Chairs of fifteen different
grades each, W-irdrobes. Saloon Tables ansd
everything usually kept in the Furmniture
Li:e. which we prop.-se to sell as cheap as
can be bought anywhere in the Stale. Call
and sec. JOHN McNTY RE & CO.
REEDER & DAVIS,
C o)ttco-nx "E1c orLs
001e1ral CommuitiisS10 Merchants,
Adyer's 1W7'harf, Charleston, S. C.
OSwIKLI* nROgtn, ZIMMERMAN DAVIS.
Oct. 1- Gm
C. Kerrison, ir. V. J. Axsorr. C. Wagner,
t ouisvillo Excelsior Plows,
fill ESE 01,0U01$8 are nade of either
L cas.t-ron or steel. and are the fiest and
cheapoet in tho market. Semid for price
list, Also Ane's and other P'ionghe of all
ptices and descriptions. Corn Itillet's.
Straw Cluter.s, &c. Also always on hand,
Moore's N. . I'loughs at $2 Rach.
A full stock of Plantor's and Builder's
ffardwrer, coisisling in part of Etwell's
and firade's (loes, Spades. Truce Chains,
Axes and Nnils of warranted quality, Guns,
iutlery and llouse Keeping articles
Wholesale and retail.
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249 King St., (Sign of the Big Axe.)
oct 0-3m Chartestmn, S, C.
CHARLESTON, S, G,
PsM i i
89': [ argns ni ost econmplebo) 1 g
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C&yT es, lllinmds, Mlouldtrrg &o., * g
26 in Ihe s'enthiern Slates, j 3
Pfinted Price List Defies Cormpetillon,
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Kinsman &' Howell,
Factors and Gommission,
LiberalAdvances made on
Cotton and Naval ,Stores.
The Last Sensation 1
T ST received a fresh. auppl .of Fina0
eJDwurhnny Str~oking TohJ.oco, Can'e
Oysters, Shrtips, Pickles, 8tarch, Coffee.
Rtugar, Lnrd, Ca.<es, Table Salt, Flour. Soap,
Liverpool Salt, Cheese, Candles, Shoes,
Crockory, Tinware, \Molasses, Slatilonary,
Hlard wnre, Dry Goods, &c , whmich we offer
low for oashs. J, MelNTY RE & CO.
R UTA DAGA,
Large White Norfolk,
Large White Globe.
Fresh and genuine, wholesale ad retail,
K(ETCH IN, McMASTERL& BRICE
~'1LVE.R SOAP, Sapollo, Arrow Root,
Worm Confections, Solier Aperient,
)ondened Milk, Gelatine, Soothing syrup'
alue Mass, Tolhe- lgdr, Starcb Soap,
KET~CHIN MOMASTER & BRt4dU
Charlotte, Columbia and August
Cort'aslat A, Den. 27, IF618
SiE folowing Passenger Schedule wil
go into effect on tlis 1tend on and afte
'lhursday, Septensher lit.
Leave Atigusta, at 0.00 a r
"6 Columnbia. 8. C., at 11.0 a a
''. Winnsporo, 1 65 p
Arrive at Clanrlotie, N. C. 6.30 p
Slaksing close coil nel ions wit ih Trains 0
North Carolina Hund for all pointb N0rt
Leave Charlot!e, N. C. at 8.2flnt
" Winnsboro, 12.5i p6.
Colunibia 3.1.5 p
Arrive at Agttasta 7 60 p
Making closo connectiions with Trains o
Centril and Georgia Itailronds for tzavoi
ni. and aill poi tt. in Flor tin, N1111:011, Co
lumnbus, Ilon goner%, ,o\ilo. New tn lans
Selhna, Chattaooga. Mempis, Niashvillt
Ltda isville, 4'I1 1innati, St. l.ouis. and a
points Sonih anild We.
Palace 8:etping Cars on all x igh Tan1i
Through Tickaeisi sol, und Ilaggnge clecke
ini all principal poinats.
@' ' I'asseangaers by thIs runte goina
North, have chnice of I bree lifferent route 4
C. IUKNI JI11'T. Superintendenr.
E. It. DotaxiiY, Genci al Freiglt ard Ticl
et, Agent. sept 4
SU 1SCR IlBE TO TI'l E
Fill of Choice Reading, Comicall
ties, Puzzles, Enlig]inais, &c.
Only 60 cents per Annum. in advance -
Published at Charleston, S. C.. by
AddIress as above, with 'anne anifd resi
dence plaiinly written, or to
Mestars. BOIN ES, & MA II. IN,
Stne 9 Agedts Monthly Visitor
Two Dollat's per- Aanrnsm.
64 PAGES READING MATTER.
30 PAGES ADVERTISEMENT.
WALICER, EVANS & COGSWEL)
D. WYATT AIKEN,
__________ e.ADax.e, S.
VINEO.\R BITTERS, Ext. Gentian, Ca
yenne Pepper, Tnrrant's Aperient Opodel
doe, Worm Confection, Strong's Pills
\eLane's Pilla, lRosadalis, Thompson's Ey
Water, Nux Vomica.
Iroreford's Baking Powder, Royal fakinr
Powder, Alcohol, Potash, Extract Vanilla
Corn Starch, Toilet Powders, Hair D)ye
Just received by
KE~TCIIIN, McM ASTElR & BICE
Fertilizers I Fertilizers?!
Ij AINGsecredthe $gency foar F~aiv
I fil Cony o the folloviingFril
8Miblo Paotffi Guano,
Baugh's Rlaw Bone Super-Phosphaate,
Rhlodes' Suaper- Phosphrate,
Conmpound Acid Phosphato of Lime, fo
compostinag with cotton-sed;
Anal Zell's Ammnoniatedl Jioe Super
.I am -now prepared to Supply my friend
with any of the 'abova as low as the eanm
cain be .prrhasedl in any other mar
ket; with Freigiht anad irayuige added. Ca
ait my store and get. caaireis descriptive e
their raapective meris.
' JNO. N. CATI!ICA RT.
feb 1, 1870
O~L l~11 B aEEEle-y
BOOKSELLERSB AND STATIO~NERE
.202 Baltimore St., Blallintorc,
LA IIOEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCI
In the city of'
and Law, and DMrrA)
An immense supply of General, Blank an
B~ank Books madysto oyder in any sy
of Binding and Rlulhg aty
Tho same careful Attention given to
as to Personal Pui hisses,
IN~t8ID; PfogqnP~g At IV y g,
Oendl far Cataloguet, &d:^ .
0., Cohunbint &Afgusta W JtL Co
0 St-' utsynIWs Oplrfon,
0O'10E as hereby given that the newohlk, .gglv2, d80.
Npot0 known 48s "Wooi1ward" betweer
( hester and Winnsboro, ontthe ialnotto tin
above Rtailay, is .now eemapheted, and at
agmay !eablushed, .beree fore th'd recel'ing
ansi slaipping of ootton andall other pro
dudo 'ad artiol'ee u ually #ldpped over rail
roads.- .,i -'I (od OUKNIGHT,
nov S~tt2 . pgegniesdent.
Ayer's Ohorry Pectoral,
Vor Disoaaos of the Throat and Lungs,
such as Coughs, Colds, Whooping
Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma,
PMbably ulover before in the whole history of
hiedcin, h1as anly thing Won so Widely Ind 6
deepi upon the coidiei0 of inaikkind, na this
exce cukt remedty for puilnonary compinintos
Through a long series of years, aini among most
of the races of iien It hns rIsen higher aid iglier
In their ostimation, as it has become better known.
Its unlibrmo iiracter ani pwer to core the va
rolts nlictions of tMe Imiugs anl lhroat, liave
made it known as a reliable lirotector arainst
them. While lnlapted t) milb1ler 1'6rmis of disieasd
illndto young cliiiren, it is at tie same tile the
ust effectuall lremdy thit an be given f. inelp'
lent con:isu8111tlin, and the dan1igefroiis ailctionil
of the. tiroat and luings. As a irovi,-ion agaimst
suadden attacks of Crurp it dioblit ie kept on
hand in every f Xily, ad lideei a all a are ei
inlesuject t I a coll atl(lcoiglis, RAl shiloild be
prolvidt-4 w 1ith til an11tidoIte for, themll.
Altirigh settled con.mntiMon is thought in.
"irabl.-, -till great utinibers of en.s where the
d]isea10e seenmedl settled, have been copilietelf
aeilnrd, nd1 the patient restorel to sotmd healV
Ipy tio Chrry I''oetornl. So co ililete is Its
beustory over tht (isordlers of tlhe iings ail
iThront, titt the nost obstinate of theii yieli to It,
. When nothing 1'e could reach them, inler thd
Cterry Peclrftil they subside 11and disntippear.
SInr unml P'ulic hjpcakerst JInd great
proteitionl froill it.
A/sthmain is always rolleteod and oflen wholly
clared by it.
BropichilIf Is L(erially ettred by taking hlia
Chevrry~ P'erforu n simall and fle)iut'nt dose1,.
80 generally) are its virtuiein kinoWn, (lint wd
hetli not pIubIlIsh tlie certiletie Of tlemIi hire or
tlo more thainn iassire the piublio that its qualillel
are WHly initiitained.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
- For Fever and Ague, Intormittont Favor,
hill For, Remittent Fevor, Dumb
Aguo, Periodical or Biilious Fever, &o.,
and indeed all tho aftbetions which arise
from malarious, inarnh, or miisnatid
As its nme Implies, It does Clem, anId does not
fail. Containing neitlier Arentic, Quinine, Ils
muith,7Zin, inor any otiher aineral or pilonoius
stibtance whutever, it in nowise injitres any pi
tient. 'lime nunber alnd importance of is eumired
In the ngue districts, ire literally heYontld necont,
blud we belheve witliotc a pniallel In the history
Of Agule ledIcinre. Our pride is gratiiled by the
acknowleIglent ve I eceive of llt radicnal euries
effected in tii.tinate cases, and where olier ri.
eCils h.1(1 wholly failed.
cinleetnate.l persons, either reslent in or
travelin' thiroti innilsliatIc locatliiesn will be
protecttel by takIng the r.E 'r, . dily.
For /itet' Cpom ple ints. nrising from torpid
it - of (he .i irer, iis Jil e.cellent rnemly, lathlul.
I aing the) Liver into ienIthy nt-ivity.
For nilions Disordert an'd1 Iver('oipdluta, It
is an excellent reimly. pro)Iducing lmitly truily
remarkatble mures, where othner medicietns had
Prepared by Din. T C. AP.tt & Co., Praetical
11nd Analytical Chienilste, Lowell1, Mass., and
sold all roulndl the worhi.
VRICE, $1.00 V-Eft 1102'TB
Oct 10 1)y
PRIME WHITE cORnt,
IVeal and lominy
Received weekly from Cathar's MiNl.
D. i. FLENNIRENs
. 1TAV[NG just returned from New York,
L. Lull)) upioh ui ren andlmf 111( h e eo izens
Iof Fairfie'ld to examlline his Stock bef'orey
maiking t heir o'urhaues.
- is strack is large, elegant and( varied,
andl will lbe offered at such pice.1 na to en
fture sale, and1 full sat isinel jont 20 enstunmers.
T1o Ilhose persConsf about) 20 miake u the Iiir
Fall supply and1(1purchase for cash, I wouhi
say give me at trial. yout wvill 0)nco mor'e be
conivinced, that, at Wolfe's. y'ou will get the
host goouds and the greatest vailue for your
mlonley. Our stock ais uisual
'Dry Goodse and Fancy Staple,
Clothing in great variety,
a Boods and Shoes aid nits,
-Gent's Furnishing (loods,
Ladies Cloaks and1 Shawls,
Blankoes and Piece Goods.
Call1 and( bring the CAlS'I/nI the New#
Store, just norm hi of \lo'mully-a gr'ocer'y sfore,
A f'ew 3 pl 5 and 11 inch ibber liel
)lng at snannfa'cturerIs pric s,
oet 4 . S. WOLFE,
SPLEND)1D STO'O X
FALL AND WUTER
RECEIVING THIS WEEK.
We alwa keep one .f tLbo largest
Stockw of Dry Goodsm, Hts, Shees atnd
Clothing, in tbo rlace, and don't
ID~aD to oe undersgold by nyoe
LADD BROS. & C0,
OLE, Wkrdess, Upper, Klp, Calf, Goa t
Uand wVhan. Leathe fo ae.Tr