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A z00ry 1' MT10.t OIiKiL.
Andrew Lee came houe from hiF
shop, where le hAd iv irked all d.ay,
tired aid out of spiritA ; o.&ne hm n
to bi., wire, Vho waa als tired and
out of spirits.
"A. smil.n4 wifo a .I a heoerful
homc --paradine it, would be," ni id
A..ndrew to hinielf, na he turned hie
eyes from the clouded face of Mrs. Leu
inJ dt down with knitted brows and'
moody haapoots. Nt a- wou i was a,, o
kou by ei h:r. MNr. Leo vsai getti!a1
supper, and be mo-Od about with a
"Come." said ahe at )ast, with a
sido glance -at her husband.
Andrew arose and went to the ta
ble. He was tempted to speak a'
angry word, but contrallod himsoli
and kept eaileut. le could find n(
fault with the chop, and home m ide
broad, nor the fragrant tea. Tho
would have cheered hla inward man
if there had been a gleum of wanshin<
on the faea of bia wif. H o tioe
she did -uot eat
"A4re you not wall Mary P"
These wo rds were on bis lips
but he did not.uttcr *h!m, for tb<
face of hin wife looked so repellant
that he featcd an irritating reply.
And so, in oody ailorioc, thme to aii
nat together, until AOrcw fin'ahe4
As ne pushed his ohair back, bii
wife aroat and eoimont.ed olearina
ol ti e table,
"This is purgatory," Paid Lee t,
hi:nself, as he connenced walki'ng t0
floor of their little broakfast roon
With his hands trust into IdA trow
aor-pookot, and bis chin alnost touob
ing his b east.
After removing And takiig tb,
things into t.e kithen, Mr'. Le
spread a green cover over the table
and, plarciug a ireshly ti im med lan
thereon, went out and shut the doo
after her, leaving her husband alon
with his unpluaPant foolitigt. 11
took a long, deep breath, and as b4
did so, paused in his nalk, stood stil
for a nre tnoae-it-, and thei, drawiu
a piper fru hi-s pocket, eat down b
the tatlo, opetied the sheet and coim.
monood reading. Siugularly eno agl
the words upon wbicb his eyes resto
were, "Pr-tiso your wire."' The
rather tended to increase the dlbtur
bavce of mtind from which he wajsuf
"I should like to iiavo 6omoe neea
aiona for praising mine." How quick
ly hit thoughts expresoed that ill-ni
tured seutimnent ! But his eywi wor
on the papor bofore him, and be roa,
on : "Praisie your vife, man ; to
pity's aako give her alittle enooura'ag
menat, it won't hurt her."
Androw Leo raised ha evi tan,
mnuttered : "Oh yes, -h t is Very wo
--prAl o is cheap enough. But pritt
her for what ? His eyes fall again t
t e paper.
4 : aas made your home comiforta
ble, your' hearth bright and shin
ii. your food agreotable ; for pity'
taie tell her you thank her, if nuh
i'np moro. She don't expect it. I
till mako her eyes wider than the
have been for ten years, but it will d
her good for all that, aid you too."
It atem1d to A- d'res :1a if this rec
tence was written oxpressly for hii
atid just for tho occasion. It wats
o'nmpl0t'- answer to t11e quest ior
'Praise her for what ?" and h' fel
it, also, a~s a a ebake. He road no fui
ther for thoughts eames too busy andi
a new dir' o'iou. Memory was con
vinoiuag hima of initttice to his wvife
She has always am'ade his "come as conm
fortable as she could make it, an
had he *4ored the slhightoat return o
praise or eryamanydatinn fIT.d h,
over told hot' of the artisfaction h1
had knowni, or the comufort Ite had oz
perienced? Hie was not table to re
call the time or occ asion. As bi
ths ug .t thus, Mre. Loo camie in fr "
the katchemn, anud, (aking hear work
baskertfroma the olo..t, ph oed it (1
the table. and sitting down withou
speaking, beg in to sew. Mr. L~e
gianood almost stealthily at th.
w,>rk in her hands, mind saw thati
was a bosaoa of a shirt, which sh
wias stiaing neatly. He kno'
that it was for him t that abe was a
"Prai: e your wife." Thoe word
werec before the eyen. of biatmind, am
he could not look aw eay from them
But lho was not ready '(or this yet
hie s-ill folt mnoody 'and un forgiving
Thbe exp eesion of isi wifo's farce b
interproted to moan ill-naturo, fot
whnich had he no patlencen. His eyes tel
upona the newsi er that was spread
out before haim, and ibe read the sen,
tence. "A kind, cheearfual werd spo.
ken in a gloomv house is the little
rift in the oloui that lets theosnushine
L e struggled with himself a little~
His owe iliknature was to b~e eon.
Quered girst, his moody, accusing
spir it, had to (be sutbdued.
ilo thought of many thing. to say,
a'nd yet he feared to say them, lest
is wife should meet his address with
a rebuff. A'ts last leaning towvard her,
aadtakinjlbold of the shirt bosom at
w hich ee au t worki keo said in a
'n'i31 thar ti earof'u~y modumlated
wa it hn k a.u e -:
"aare doing; thae worik beaut iful.
Mrs.. Leo made no reply. Bait her
nat banid did' not fail tu notiooe that'
~le lost, alnast- instantly, the rigid
-reetness with which she had been
sitting, nia that -tie motion of'- the
needie had cotased.
' My shirts tare b')tte r madh rand
whiter than those of'uny other mtan
* the shop,?' said lie., enoour age d to
".\re they 1" Ms. fEse'. voice
*art nd hd itn it a alight hus
*. eO. Sheg did not turn h herfae
*t hier hauband saw that sihe leaned a
'e toward him. He shao brok'en
now. Ilia hanitd wore among
clouds, an I a feeble ray was alra
Istruggling through the rift it I
"Y, My," h arsivered s)ft
"and I have heard i' itiore thati o
iaid what a good wifo Andrew I
DI)id you ?" wui all she said.
Y04, darling," was hill wnrin
spokon au.uor aid l stooped de
and ki.4sed her. "How sitranige 1
sho.ild abk ime iowIh a qouestion'l"
"If yju woueld 'etl m) lio now
then, Adr,%w, .t v.ouild do io goo
Mia. LJee aroo, and lea ling hor f
I agaiust the muna!y breiast of ber h
b.andl, btood and wept.
What a strong light broke in
the mind of Andrew Hee ! I I
never giveo bus wife even the un
reward of praiise for the loving ini
oe.t sho had inanife.-ted daily in
doubt of bis love had entered her b
arid made thc light around hor th
darkuum. No wonder her face gi
oiloded, or that what. ho coiuide
ioodinors and il.uiaturo tuvk poa
i Hvou of her spiriti.
"You are good aui true, Mary
Own dear w;fe. I ait proud of y
and my firat desire in for your ha.
e . Oh, iff conld always ceo y
f co iu ioahiue, 'i.: loio would
the dV reht Ilaeo on earth "
"How precious to me ar y
wordu of love a d praine, Andre,
said Mr. Lee,sinilang up through
teaie into his facei. "with then in
6,a%, my boart can never bo in ah
Ilow eiay had been the work
Andrew Lee ! e1 o had Pwept
hand acro-i the elondod lioriron, i
n -w the bright 1i1,bin; wall gleaiui
down Piel floodin'g that home with
Matrimon ial Gainbling-A Yolnyg L
Winn r Hmrlf and $100,000.
A roiianJc of a moat poouliar t
is written by a correspondent
Ji .uisvillo, Kentucky. A y(
lady of great beauty-a pure bloi
-ald gracps of iiiid and mian
ciully coin mne iiurate, but lack ing
added chlarli of wealth, h)ad long b<
sought in riarriage by eligiblo yoi
mnen, but in vain. A wealthy
hai11cer h id long heeii a si lent n
Abipfier at her shrine, and at len
muilinoelOd couriage to aislk her to
- his wife. To all iii protestations
Sreiliod that aho did not lovo i
could otin marry him ; biut, fria
as a tCt, p)rOposed t1hat, na7 he deSi
iher hind und she desired wealth
woufld stako th one agaiist the of
ied subnit tih rern it to the haz
of t,41 die T11e oL r was necept
1efeiee of high position chosen, I
e the a ffair arranged The par,
0 wore to throw poker dice, and to
cards for the fir.t throw ; if he v
- She was to wed him the same evenil
- if she won, his cheeck for $100,000
6 'he reforces' hands was to be hi
- 'he suitor won the throw, and thi
t a 'full"-three fours and two fi
F the bolle's fleat two throws were
L foi tunato ; but putting all the dici
the box, and pressing hor forch
wi'h her hand foran 'ustant, she a
( deil throw three f->urs an I
jAixe--and win. 'The $100,000
'a hers, and she took it
HOT roM~ A Nn .ITan - A\ (.op
D lcresa;A N.-"Das Oeuiion Hill e'
-by drea vara 7" in1 tired a
- D~ouchman ont Sat urday night, .a'
,taggered into a Union fill car
leiboken. "Yaw, Fritz,", answ ere
fellow cotunitrymanu. ' Va:t oakes
I be vile, Yaeob a naid in z , nei
D ernabing hi s frnend's toes in an
tempt to steady hi melf. "Fritz,
p43 tam heavy to-night."' "Yaaes,
beeni full of hot Deom and Sher
Yeoh; 1)..m and Shxerry doo ni
f ar Fritt. I mnet dry and get a
fresh air oin the platform, Veo)
tFriti enceeohd in geting the d
open atoont ai.T inches; a biting w
b ' ow through tho aperture, whien
"inI'yntant pusonauger sprang to his is
and el. sedl the door with a auddent
Ithat turneitd'lFritz half around. "IlU
Sdis~ e r on t he out side or inside
inite~1(d F'ritz. You are all rit
I lriui sit down in this eornor,"' r
Vacob.iil " Dank yous Yucob ; if I sil
-when mine house econmos along
-l IVm who 1 am.
. A fareinat ing youth of L~ouisv
was reoently very badly "sold'' by
maittron of the Kentucky State Pris
in whose dai ugh tor ho seemed to evil
a very atrong interest while traveli
in a railroadl car. 'Thinking the ii
talion had con'.inued long enough,
suddlenly ebiged her seat to thre ai
of the votnng inani, andt whiiispered
his ca:u "Sir, you arne a total strarn
er' to me10; but I (cel it to lho my dI
to warn you of imnpending evils. '1'4
.young lady is just out otf the Sto
Prison." A passengor got off at t
next stat ion.
An Irishman chanced to be enti
(dinner where there was a salad, wvhi
he had never seon before. He w
looukihig at 01ue aild thenti at' anoett
eatiig it, when the man who was at
to him id :
'Pat, why don't you tat your e:
'Arrah P lhe saitd, 'If my mioI
was in Ameoriky, an' saw me ati
graMa like a cow she would roar lik<
Should the war betweeon Abmt1
and Grant bocomo general, the "4<
ored troups;" as a matter of gratitt
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otiusetts i eiNator.
Fl'i Shiu is the namerr of one of ti
oldest of the Chinese deities, I
onme lot mixedin oo,.im. oo.
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Its rapidly cure: -
''oriA~ynsepsia or* Mndhige5t$in, Lintleau.
1s1, 611ag1 oi anoi ILos.s of A &jpl4t itc4, thlcy
>uld be taken moderately tostinniate thiC stom- *U
11 and rottore its higalthy tole adil action.
N\r Ive Cor m atitat and it.s various svm -i
n15, 33illoiui 3 niitcl, NI4ek Ileaii
:he, JatV'uIce or Gretm ildnvin , l14 So
us Colic nd 15 ilioten Nererd, they ilouti
Juidictdisy taken for each case, to correct tLie
ieased '6(ion or rentbve the obstructions which I
uso it. Fa
For Iysentery or Dii.rrlaea, but one
Id dose is generlly reqilred.
Por 3lheunnsatimna, Gout, revel, Pal l'X
tations of stle eari gant iin the' Co
de, s1ack and Lit, the* slibuhl I'le contin'. \h
u8sy taken, as re(ulri Otj V) 01n111gO tLI diiSCsed
tion of the systei. \Nif ill di hhaiige thoso
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F'or 3ropany and Dirolistirtl I4relingai ti
ey aould be takel iii large andi froquent doses
produce the effeet Orfa diastie Wo,
For Hup.rensions a large i o.'o should lie
ken as it IroiluIce the (sirllC Wlf Ct by syn. e
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An occasioual loe- ,tioimuiles the st onach atid
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1o w to feels tolerably well, onin iinds that a
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r, from their cleansing and renovating etfoct on
e digestive apparatus.
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ends, at MetNT rnE & CO. '
N*w Yoat, Attghet 15th, 1808.
Allow me to dMA1 your attention 1o my Dri
PrpAration of Compound Extract
iT eornponent partb nre BUCIIU, L,(Nt (tg
LEAF. ItBERS. JUNIPl'1I i l',lt R.01
MTIF or Pu~-u ro.iuhinl va
ano. luniper Berries. by distillaion, to 3j,
formn a fitne git. Ubeb extr:eeted by di- )O
pliacemnvt Withl ip nirits 0' tIlaintd Itou 'Jutni- to
per BIerries; very little Piugar is ised. and Iyt
at smai l proport ion r pirt.. It it more it
palatiaile titan ad ffow in tie.
M10chu1. al pretrei by Dr, J!i1tQ, iS of i t
dark color. It C.Aa finnt fhnt e:its i' en
fragnittte; the aWttWIn of infite dosatys ti
this (its native principile), leathg n da ik
anlid gluttlous deoctllion Mine is 11. th olor I
of ingrethonti. The litlhu in my prepa ra 1
tion predomtinaleoti-tho smnwillelt quantity of ac
lie other ingredienti tre aAde4, to prevent
termontation , upon Inspection, it Will be C
found not to be a Tinetit e, as itade it
Phartmacopda, tan' ii it a Syrup-and
therefore can b' tited in cases where fever
ur itanamainloft exisf. Ntt this, yon have
the.knowledgo of iO hrgt F'ntr and the 6
mode of preparation.
Hlopiug that you will fafor if #ith a t rl
al, and that upon im-opecottf it will htect he
with your approbation. 0t
With a feeling of confllenne.
I am, very respeclftlyl?.
ChIeaiast nni Drugg.t.
of 15 Irears' Emp-*%enCe.
[Fronv tho Largest ManitUcturing Ohft
iU in the World.)
NOyti-pran, 4, ;86-, 0.
"I am acquaInted with. Mr. 11. T. Hltw.
01.1 : he occupied the Drug Store opposito
nay residence. atnd was succe.sIf*t in con.
ticting the bausiness whero otlhets lad not
been eqityll a btfure him. I llave been
ravorably inipd'sed' WITh'lis dhanter n'nd
W I LIA %1I EidOwiTzi ,
Firm of Powers & l% elgllmta;
Ninth arld Br'owrt strict':, holdelhi .e
IIcabold's Fluid Ext4't Bkushi
Ia the great 'pecilfic for Universal L~asaatudec,
The constitutilon, onee nffected Willh Or
ganic Weakness, reqjuires the si'of M1edi.
eine to slrengtlgen andl invigorate tho sys
tein, Whicli i ELNI BULD'd EXlit l Id.
Cl i T invnetI43ly does. If' no tree "tt lE
suathlltte~d id', Consumption or itisaatilfe
1'n niiifel0:5 ediliar lo ~nl'. ii'un
eqltiledaley7 a y other preparation,- ae in
Suapptression of Cutstofm'y~ Rvnadatitons,
Ulcerniedor Sohirxlus 8thio of't-he diter'tit,
and as)I comlaalitb intiilbtt to tit avi', or
thte dbttline or oclugb of lt%
lhIproved Rone Witi
WIlt radtcalhy exterrhInate from the itystenm
ditests arising fromt iabito aif dissipation, u
at'litle erpense, little of nro ellauige Id-dietW
n t, incotIif nince or eait5baurd'; d~iilpletely
mupercedittgehosae unpleibith natt danger. 4
> as remediifs; OraIva' atid l'ettify, in all
[n all diseabos of tiwd oftgans, Whether Iad
Xwisting in mnale or fonste, from WhnatoTer
-aaso originating,' and no mtatter of how
ong stanndinig It Is pleasant' In taste andF
>dor, eImmredIate'' In aotibti, and more
itr'vhenreigfatti aby of the preparatIons
Thost frttinritig fromt )itoltivti-dhswn ot'
IelIcate aftistihtthft lt'boiit-4 the. remedy
The readlet ftitwet be aw'afe t hat, however
light may he the attaukc df the abdtie dia
nues', it is certain to affdat ttI&tiddI)Jhesti
ad mlental powerb.
3A11 the~ li0b di i*esetd~uure 'the df
tDiaretlo. JIEL~ bBQLI'8 ENTRACT lit -
HI1 Is t he .gret hititeYllb.
Bold by DrutggIstif overywhiee. Part~w-I
1l 25 per bottilo, of 6 16ttles for $6.50.
~ellyered L# any addree Dbsotit e syp
otus Is al~ Ooataulattams.I
Drug and Cjz cial Warehoue
.nu .Ito a, New Waff,
J,1test Quotatiolls of
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.,
Oorreoted Weekly by
3anker and Broker, No. 25 Broad St.
November 4, 1870,
TAT-SE0U11-r1s-3outh Carolina, ol(
do, ew,-@68 do, registerel
ek. ex inf-@8
1A Ir.eA SIioxt--Chairlo(e, Coltimbir
I Augusta,-- @ci-10: Or envilie and C6
bita, '-9; Northensiern, 9(c); Sa
n1h and (Ch1arlsti on, 31 ; Southi Carolina
lohe hares) 41 do. (hilf do) 21.
SubthI VAnt:lA VANK frItl.i.
ok or ('ne'r16 du, -
Ifik of' Neiwbetr--,
nk of ('am1den, 7 i
ink of Georgetown_, ..
uk of South Caroliti, 104i
nik of Chester, Iik
nk of liarihirg, 6 .
uk of 8aleof. C. prior to I, -1
,,< or Sta le of S. C. isstic 1861
hiners' and Mccha.,ica' BShk
I 'hrh-ston, .-@
cople'M liBnk of Charleston,
Ilion hank of Charleson, ----
thwestern I i Bank, Charlesa
il ib west e'ni i Datk, Charles.
o, (new) -- -
ite Ilink of Charlos6n, 7(
rmer' :nd Eichaingd ldek of
'1h.1-lest n kil -_
oh a oge think .of Coiinimbia, a
nnreit a'nk of (oluma, 7.@
rehnit'. ftAn*k o' (ihernia, -
inlers' B.'nk '. FiefleId, 6 -
ite of S. C. Bils IeceivaMEf, 0 (
y of Charl~ton Change Mitl4, (6
,i4ls marked thus (*) aro bei'g iMd&ef
at the Bink Couniers of cach.
li 9 int,Shafting&PulIre
)601E&0 cv ,RA oef'
-SEND FORA CIROU;A lL. -
ix. -five First Prize Mctlas Awarded.
Vnm Knabe e Co,
lRHAD, SQUARE AND UPRICIfl
I A N O F O R T Sf
laese Inst ruimenis have been before thi
blic for nearly Thirty 1Years. und upoi
ir excellence alone1 atiin~d an uipuir
sed' pre-eminience, which pronounce:
rii niue.tulled. Their
hibines 1,rent power, sweetness and fidA
ging qualily, ats well as great Purity o
onatien and Sweetness throughout. th<
id suale. Their
aifni ind'elnstic, and cntirely foe fron
yliessl found in so many Pianos
y iare unequatled, using but, tho ver'
1 Sixasoso >ra-r;ttrAL, tho largo capita~
ployed inI 0our businided enabling as t<
1 ontiially an immehseia slook of tum.
, eon haud.
l&- All odr 84~UAn1g P'k'utdai have dli
A' Improved Olersr'ng' .SMare and' Li
!& We would catl spdiblal .stedyibt t<I
'late imtpirvement's In O'R.A Nt) P -ANO)
i SQU4R'E0RA ND,P PA- i ' A deus
18661, whidih bring the Piano nearer per
ILiont hito lhas yet bieen attained.
very Pianlo Fully Warrantedfof'6 Ykears.
Ye ihite itat'nrangertients fot' the Sor.
dJuts-AP. A -Nfd' tuhe idhi cepi'ratet
a;EI'. ORlGAEM AdN ' M' Efl6Id3 N8
idh we offeri' Whlks'al, abd' Rdfl, a
ydst Fadt ory Prices.
W M. KUNA11E & CO'
1IST OeiVed direct frirn tliebrst. faoo
riesi of 4ew 90:'k oand-lbstoa.- Codditst
of filne Rlosewood anid (Cheaidt selik
pletec Mahmogany and Walnaut liur'dailsi
I JSteads atd tdliiis of' lifYti difo'rent
det echci, 1ti.rd'ro'es. Saloon Tables aind
rythlitig itsdh l) k'dlt l i td Ibriti
e. which we ptdl.s d'f'd sel as elleap a;
bn tlilt'aiy 1:u~dt in tillo 8thte. COfl
JO 1U MdI'I1TYRid & Ct)
arlotte, Colunmit haid Ai M~d
COLUMe t A, Bee. 2?', 1861]
IIFB f'ollowiiig- PassenLxgdi' hdlftduie Wil
go into0 eilbut, oli' tita Ibad on aft'aftel
Colutaigs h,-O., all 11.80 a mi
'Wiiashot.a, - 1.85. i
-tye et Charlotteo, N. C. df.J86 b
faking olbs-e ootfndctions wit1s'fri 'oI
-thi Carolirfa Road ihr altldita;, Nodtu
ye Ch arittt'e, N. dI. at; (d.20 ai n,
ive ait Auggista 7 50t p tio
taking close cotifiectiotfs *lith Trains dI
tral a11(d Georgia Railroads for' 8avari
a'hd ali points ina flord, NI bddu, Co.
bifli, Montgomery, Mlobile, NoW Orleans,
ti; dhIattsiooga, AtoriIh s, flashble,
is-illo', ('inoinnati, Bf. Lotflk,- and all
its 8otti arid West.
caa8W Seping Cars on at) Mfit Trains'.
oughi Tibkets sold, and 1#dghgo dico)er
it l~1noipal polots,
0- Passengetsa by .th'is s'ottl' goig'
th, hiave choIce of thre'o differqnt rodies.
C. B0o0KN10 HIT, duperintende':it.
.11. Dos EY, Gen'et al FretiLtasid'Tieli.
bLget- sept 3
)0Blsnlrs' oh'b6, itad Cor'p,
an d Arm .
XA 1111 GREAT AMlERICA N HHEALTil
. RESTORER, purifles the blood
anti ottrla Sorofula, Syphills, Skin Dis.
endes, Ribumatism, Diseases of Wo.
men, Anid ll Chienle Affections of (lhe
Blood, Liver and Kidneys. Recom
mended -by the %Iedical Faculty and
ilany thoissands of cUr best citizens.
Read thetestimony of Physicians and
patienis who have used Jiosadalis; send
for our Rosadalis Guide to Hleal h Book
br Alumna) for this year, which we
publish for grat uilous distribut ion ; it,
will give you In tch valuable informua
Dr. 11. W. Carr, of Baltimore, san a
I tlke pleasure in recommending your
Rosadalis As i very powerfil ulterative
I have secn it usied in two ea:.os witi?
lalppy resultas-.one in a case of second
Iaf-y syphilis, in which the paticutl pro.
nounced himAef etred afitr having
tiken fiv6 botl les of your medicino. - -
lie ouher i- a case of scrof6ia of long
n standing, which is rapidly hiup.ovinj
uinder its use, and the indicatiios nar4.
ihln fihe patient JIlM .oon1 recover.
have cardfully examined the ftrmuhlal
ny which your losadali.s is made, and
lind it And excellent diitpoliki 6f althe;
. tfivbl ingredients.
.O D i. Slarks, of Nicholaeville, Ky.,.
I ays hie has used Rosadalis inl case4 of
crofula and SecotdatrySyphilis witm?.
.i'tisfactory esulhs-as a cleanser of
'IO' Blood I krro' no betuerrei edy.
Sanuel .M'Fdden, Mu'rfeesboro,'
I have uset sevt'6' bott les of RosAdal.
- is, and an eniut'ly Wured of hleumat.
-ien ; aen'd tWe fon bottles, as I wish it
for tfy bie.fr6e, *Ubhao 6rofulous soro
* eyeamis . s.o3 of iiina, Ohio;
- vrites, I ha' su ored for Iwenty years
wvith IIIa invetef'6 ert'tplion ,over my
*hole body ;a t91rt lime since I pit
chfuald a bottle of it8'dalis and it. of
'cct.6d a perfect cure.
osnldnlis is e i 1y all drugeist.
S bore'ofy, f'-xichange Place, Bal
tinore. Dias. CLEMUNTS & CO.,
may I -ly Propt iet
JW . hieve received froati New York lately,
' hfarte stock of Ornoeries, &c., culn
sielirig dT---.igar, Coffee.i. AMackerel. Mi)
lasses, Ca 6dlse. Soda, Che6<e, Soap, Teas'.
Candy. Pickles, Churns, luckels. Cakes,
Soda isci011, Nut i"eg. Cloves, Alspire. Cin.
namon, Gingea. lickpelper, and lo' of
canned goods, lIaidivare. 'inwaie, P-wder
Shot And Lead. Crockery und lasvsware.
L.eather, I'lou'r 'll grades, Chewing a1nI
smokiog Tobacco, land Segare.
Meni's, boys, and children's ilolis and
Shoes. Also a well 6elected stoclk of Heady.
- Mado Cluilbing. ory Good. and many other
articles, too i Smerons 16 inention Call
and see f6* yot'rselves. We are offering
our goods loW f6u dash
net 18 AlcINTYRE &, fO.
The isfoi'j ,Of thpe Presliyte.riani
Chiich in South Carolint-by
])I. Io We.'
Q UBSCR IBERS ( M ti * diovo work will
pleaso call fo'r tlhir copies at the Irug
and Book Slore of
KiTciCiIN mcA''ftit & URICE.
A log oft ino and Cotionti Cigars at the
Drug and.Book store of
KEiTClhlN, mclc sITrR & BRicil'.
a nov 26
A LL frasotis indelted' to the suibscribers,
't'e reAesL -d t'6 pay thIt' acounts at
The sttlbscribelsfg'ive d'etibe tiact theit in
terceto dcemat'd ihnt they sh'omdi do only a
ah ii des a'nd a hy th et'eihri hy oi Co
ta oli il'endd'in denlyitig ctedit.
* d TC 80 Ad1TER & lJRICE.
I~VAMi ANID' TRANSIENT
WLNNSIIORO, S.- C.
I100 yards Eaist of P'assenger JDepoi,
di~ a4? i Niket.
5 . d d LEMONSA
Lidi'emy anzd al
2e STABiLE. gg
titibt dke Mmilbs, ams gdor' as dyer boughto'
Carags idies, Wagbnu. arwd Saildie
iforfe'alwa on liad, 10o' l'iddh the ritos~.
ibetal ..rms. tdlx 2
JUST' received at freshl supllply of Fina
DurbuaiSm~king Tobacco, Caned
O3yors Shrimps, Pioe ea, t8tarch, Coffee,
, ugh, Lat-d;cpose, Tat'ble'8lt.Fio'ur, Soap
TIIIverpool Sal I, Clieue Candles, Shoes
Crockery, Tldnanre, 'Al'ses, Siealiitary,
Hardwar.y, Dry* Goods; &c , which we alfer
low for cash. .J. MoANTYRj, & Co.
I lNikR SOA P, Sapollo, At~ow . oot,
13Word C~tctions, Sohiser A ' rient,
Coddfe't'h lkr Goeatflne, Soothini Syruip,
dide .Maus, Tol'let Powder, Starob Soap,
KETCHIN, MoMABTBR & DRICE,
i- W. DE8S lRTE~S.
nov 17- naanarwo 1.