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"Please, sir, wihl you buy my chost
"C hesniut ! No," returned Ialph
Moore, looking entrulessly down on
the upturned tuco, whoas large brown
e-Ye, shadowed by tangle curls of
flne h dir, were appealing s) pitiful
'y to his o) v. "What do [ want with
che.s t nuts ?"
"But, please, sir, buy 'em," plo ded
the little one, ra :zsured by the rough
kindoess of his tone. "Nobody seems
to cire for them, and-and-"
She f,,irly burst into tears, and
Moore, who lad been en the point of
bruhii"g carelesy past her, stopped
"Ate yuu very much in want of the
"Indeed, sir, we are," sobbed the
child, "1mther sont in out, and-"
"Nay, little oue, don't cry in such
a heart-brokeu way," said Ralph,
im :othing down her hair with a care
lews gentlenu-s. "I don't want your
chrstnuts, but here's a quarter for
you, if that will do you any good."
11o dii no, top to hear the delight.
ed, incoherent thanks the child poured
out through a rainbow of smiles and
teara, but stri Jo on his way, mutter
oring betwoeu his teeth :
"That cut off my supply of cigars
for the next twenty-four hours. I
don't care, though the brown-eyed ob.
jet really did cry ai if 0he hadn't a
Iriend in the world. Hang It! I
wih I was rich enough to help every
poor creature ou' f uio slough of dos
While sIlpl i ,re was indulging
in those very natural reflections, the
dark-eyed little damsel whom he had
comforted was dashing down the street
with quick, elustio footstepa utterly
regardlebs of the baskets of unsold
nuts that still dangled on her arm.
Jbwn an obscure lane she darted, be
t ween tall and ruinous rows of houses,
and up a narrow wooden staircase, to
n room where a pale, noatlooking we
lnau, with large brown eyes like her
own, was sewing as busily as if the
broathi of life depended upon every
atitch, and tw o little ones we: e con
tenicilly playiug in the sunshine that
teiporarily supplied the place of
"Mary ! back already I Surely
you i .ve not sold your chestnuts so
640)00 lo eer, mother, soo I" ej ecu
Lited the alto ut breathless child ;
gent lem in give nie a whole quarter.
Oly t hiiek, ntlhor I a whole quar..
If 1ilph Mooro could have only
oen the rapture which his tiny gift
diffosed niaround it in the poor widow's
pvt i y- trickei home, he woulH have
urgeod still less tho temporary privation
of eigars to which his generosity had
Yeiars rmo aid want. The little
chenut girl pacd as entirely out of
Ji dpth %loorti's tmemory as if pleading
.y 1111d never tiloneel the spot inl
his lilart : but Mary lice never for.
got thbe sranger who had given her
the silver piece.
The crimson winiow curtains were
elo elv drnin to shnt ont thes:orm and
tlllest <. ti bleak D. cdImber night;
the fi e was gloi ing cheerfully in the
tild grate, aund the dinner table, in a
glitte~r w ith cut glass, rare china, and
polis'hed silver, wvas only waiting the
preseneo of 2lr. AutdlIcy.
"Wh'l it en it bo th it detainos papa,"
tiaid Mrt. Auidl1ey, a fair hiandse
moat rou of ablout thirty, as she glanced
at t he dial otf ia tiny ensameled watch.
"Six o'clock, antd he doos not mtake
"'Tnero's a tman with him mamma
cone on busitns,'' said Robert Aud-.
iey stepping to the door. But as s e
o1'ene'd it the brillint gaa-light fell
I nll on thin face of an humble-looking
uin, in wor-n atnd thread-bare gar
mc iits, whoi was leaving the h~ouse,
while lier htusbanid stood in the door
way f 1ia tudy aparetlyrelieved
cheek heed paled an flu:-hed, "who is
ithatman, rnd what doea lie want?'"
*Ilis ntamte is Moor-e, I bhieve, anid
ibe c'atmi to soo if I would( 1. estow upon
timt that vacant messengership in the
'"And will y-ou ?'
'I don't ku'ow, Mary-, I must think
"'th rl es, giv-e him the sit uation."'
'-W4 by, my love ?"
"lhe-ause [ ask it of you na a favor,
and~ you have en Id a thotusand thnes
.son wonhli nteve-r deny inc anything."
"And I wuill koep toy word, Mary,"
s.s id the lover hushnndte, with an affee
tioneate kiss. "311i write the fellow a
notte this very evening. I believe
I've got his address about mne some
An~ bour- later, when Bobbio,Frankc
on I Etgenie were snugly tuoked in
lbed, in the spacious nursery upstar.A,
els. Audley told her husband why
,.he wa~s so interested in the fate of a
no' n whom ahe had niotsa on fo~r twen
t y ye~r.
"That'a right, my little wife," ro.
plie- lhe:r husband, folding her fondly
to his breast when the simple tale
was conoludad ; "never forget one who
waskitnd to you in the dlays whes
y oui need ed kindness most."
Ralph Mooto was sitting in his poor
lodgings beside his ailing wife's sick
bed, whben a liveried servant brought
a tboto fromt the rich and prosperous
bank d ireotor, Charles Audley.
"O aod news, Berths i" he exelaImedI
as lte road- the brief' words. "We
shall no~ tarvd. Mt. Audiog prom
ek ine 'tho' va'ant situation."
"You have dropped somiething from
i W ate,-Rtalph;" said Mrs.; Moor.,
p .intitng to a slip' of -paper on the
il ,or.. -v . -
Nioore stooped to recover thestayk
It wac, e uitv-dolhur bill neatl3 fold.
ed in a piece of pper, on which was
"In grateful remnembrance of a vilvet
quarter that a kind stranger bestowed
on a little choenut girl over twenty
I 0ph Moore had thrown his inor
,ol of b read upon the waters, and
after many days it had returned to
The Fellow that Looks Like Me.
This somewhat peripatetio indi.
vidual, who boars the blame of the
tuany sins of wicked married wien,
cotne to grief in Now Olcans a few
nights ago. A respeotuble lady, go
ing to church, discovered, as she sup.
p)osed her liege lord in the choir, hid
head very close to the leadiag tsitiger.
When the Rormiou was over, atil
the family had gathered around the
dinner table, she inquired :
"My dear, do you belong to
street church choir ''
"0, no, it must be Stokes; It' looks
very nueh like me."
"Yes ; he's courting Miss HI ,
the leading singer."
"0, yes ; nise girl."
"Sho paints, though."
oYes she does, I see some of it now
on 8tokes' cheek ; it rubbed off while
they were singing together."
A handkorchief was lifted sudden..
ly to the indicated eheek, and a
fierce anathema was visited on the
fellow that looked like me.
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hi altby action to the tismues of its vessela,
ont wich depends lte agreeabloetcearntess 01
and vIvacity of complexion sonuchl soutght at
anal niied. But -however' valuable as a .
re'medy for existing teets of the skin, iL, ft'
T1. Itetnmbold's linoe Wash hnloniltgsta~ineld I
its principle claimt to unobounded pat ronage
by possessing qualitles which tender IF a W
Toitl Appendaga of the- mast Surper'lative Pa
and CongenIal charaoter, comtbiniuug -In ani wi
elegantt formnula those prominentt requisites, id
Safety nnd Efflicey-theo intvarialel. no
comtpanintents of its usae-pe. 'a Preser
vative anti lIefresher of t ite .Oomple tion.- -
I,. is an excellent Lotion for disease
of. a hihitio Nature, and as an in
feeioi fde' isaosofh1 J6a '0O'
gans, attig tik oq istfi," 2
Saspaila'and at aNaa Ghrape Pil, in
macit diseases as recorfthond ed, cannot be
Fulkand explicit ilteotions adeomparty the Rh
medlicines. s 'a '' .' 't I
Evidence of the most reaponalbi' de iei11
liable charante tuurnIeb, on anpatona. lb
SOLULE MANURESs AND .8ULPHURI0 AOID,
BY T'IE '
SULPHURIC ACID AND SUPER.PUOSPIATE COMPANYs
IlE now well known ET 1WAN GUANO is inanufaclured from the Native Done Phos,
1 phates of South iarolina. These Phosphates in their natural etate are Insolublep
and required to be ground to powder, and nande Soluble by Sulphutric Acid. This Coln
pIny have now in operation the tatgest. Sulphurao Acid Chambers nthae Southl, and are.
ther~efe.o tibia to nianufneture at lthe lowest rntes,, the highest grade of Fertiliter ; It
beig clear that i he greater the proportion of Soluble Pliosphasta whioh any Fertilisee
contnine, the leas the giunntlity required per acre. In order to make the Fertilizer com
Ileate. Anmmonia arid Poli-i in sufficient quantitis are added. Wii these viewst he Con
pIny nmahnufacture and offer for sale
Warrantes.) to contain fromi 15 to 20 per cent. of Diissolvel lone Plhoasplst6 tf line nlid
a'roim 2 to 2) per cent. of Amnioria, wish a sanficient addition of Peruvian Ouatio and
Pot sh. to nylp it to crojs. lrice $6,3 per ton cnbh: on time, $70 per ton, and ill.
(erest IV per cent- per annum.
'1DISSOL~V~EMD: B'.- r.
Of hligh Ornde, sitable for n (tfacturers or for Plilters', being in. Itself an eycelleti
Fertilizer, And -peoinlly ndsnpted for eoper-1t. Ait large q Antilles of Suill hurlo Acid
are used Io dhs.ive the l'hophale, this will be feund a cheap anad convenient wily to
anneport thit rnnerinl. The grade furnibhed wall ie, fronj 18 to 20 per cent Diusolved
Bone l'hiosphnic. Price $40 per ton, cash t on ti'ne. $45, with intaresi al I per cetl.,
per annual. Still higher grodes will lhe furnished to oader at an additional price pea'
COMPOU]S~FD .ACI~D P-E-OSP3-IAT.E,
Pit-inlly piepnredl for Cms ting wills Colton Seed aaal other Pilaation Mannaures..
Price $31 per lon), t:nSh ; on tinme. $40. with interest nt 7 per cent. per atinums.
At nauch lower rates, consissing siniply or a le native Done Phosphltes grotlnd to powder.
Price $20 per ton, ensh ; onl line $22, and interest tat rp per cent. per asnum.
WJM. 0. BEE & CO.
Agents, No. 14 Adger's Whirft, 4 harleston, S. C.
N. B.--The percentage Dissolvc, Bnne Phosphate of Limo an'I Ammonia in all tu..
Eliwans, is ascertnined at the Works. by their Chernist. bofore dolivery. Should aal
ps11chnjtqer he dissnisivid, lie nany return aves age saniles of any purchase. within (80)
daiys afer delhvery, and will be sanalyzed anow, and any deficiency in the percenttago
gunrinteed will he marde good to ihim by the Company. jan 26-Sn
EIGHTEEN YEARS OF PRACTICAL SUCCESSs
N i'(ObltCED In 1852. Pa entel December 20, 1959. Oldest Super Phos.hnte manua
actured in this Country. MA PA'S' NITROGENIZED SUPER- IIO5S'11lA TE OP1
Bones. Phosplhasic Guano. Concentrated Anemoniacal Matter and Sulphurio Acid. No
Sanl. all Cake, Plaster, Nitre ake. nor any Adulternnt of any kind uased
Pri ce $50 cash, in q'mantities of 50 Tons. For lass quantity, .$0 cash. Send for
panl t K' Fl'lcIN & IOIlktT.90N, Agents,
f eh 9-m "'a hisaboro, S. C.
WHANN'S RAW BONE SUPERPHOSPAITE.
The Gret Fertilizer ofA all Crops
to- Ma rp111 iu ri lliAlh& onelleio of thjis crn
.~ ~'~ ~ . Fertilizer' on All Crops, provs is to Loe
1110 Ileat uiria Chenpa.fr Manir now offered
in rthe narket.
Is 111a- looe,. utsed by ninny of tiae most
eminent Planters in tho Soutah, nod
JR V 3 N [it Every Single Instanee It hag~
Givi Et tire Satisfaction.
8W ER NSFH On Cotton las effects hsave beeti parics).
STANARDGLAANTEID larly marked. It. is ro raro lliag for
S T A N D ~ f l O U A R A N T S E Ot a a n ' t; P l ao ip h a t e t o i a a o a cn s c l iv e y i el d
rroiOto hundred to Two lainda ed Per
2291ft WWJO cnt , or evea more.
MANUFACTURED BY Mr Oeo. C. Dixon, An eminent plAnter pf
WmnAlION,WHANN&, Gsa., pays isa lie Plan
WALTO IWHA N&itr & Bannner, 641n in An ex-erim -nt
wliseven leainag Saaperialausplaakles -ind
WILMING TONaDL. i(J14os8 tie WiAsmn's pa ovel ilself the best
0 0 of aill thove tried, paying a Net Profil (eveit
FOR SALE BY at te present. low price of cotton) of
$20 00 per acre of actiaon. A copy of Mr.
IfO~ff~aFDixon's letter, givinag details, will be fur
Or , nishaed ona application.
04~~4'SsRoN FORl RAFr. f1Y
I ER OLAGHORNj HERRING & CO.,
Aualeios-r . iaAsyoai.aIa
A yie pr a separ tilGre
the irstand henp Te Slnreuanw offere
It has is druvedbyn fo tecrest
inetPlne s te Souethe
In EverrSigle is ae hs
One ton aaIlstffctsi have een rardien.
* eaI~rl arked , 1.rist no brar in g fostvtrys~
pa SWhnu's Pohate topo intehe tae e
5. cnt f r eve se. .' hsise n
Mrittuto. C.Dxoa enein ariof
ter & lannnr the n, on ex-me vrbl-n
wich xspen levepn toupeoroherois
Guh~earn,ethe an'soveel itefacoa thest
oftal. to tilte, paingi a be Poitl (een
at the.i rn- fouw pric~o ofoon)o
$20 "-prnreo-o4o.Acpyo r
nased on aplenton
C~~LAG ON It~lG&C.
andQN Chrnt~arlelto, an rf. aenAgutla.e bya.h
I jhecf tis ARSPheLA r e Ataonhs i
~~ Sore F~.nre, and o f whrena t o'5 rvail rn
u-Verw coeo th mstema
5Vplsii' or V sornd er,lehreag
e ss re urd b I thu 1 na b g tihe Isr "
I ri .sae. arotomonh heo b1 sadly nee
W m~~~~~ atel tr d 1 euip s a bh re tin th
~act o amsxeaeape e
JNO. . MArIIE S, n re~1 Itqe roefor Thetrrnat
lJ'~VA~i(ll, 8 ~.Shdior Ear an era p Tose wh or Ls
j~jf l~o fofrBerr ilofrmadioeapse. . in hereceee
a~l re S a a ov fo # a~a hl t Fem e, as D5 th s tt a ena l C Oe
V. onsypof l th ucua
nov 296n z-r' Wesgryphe ils I emedate retaal con..
UTB rpoe alig saiodqaaalty ?~e~es a~ A,.ES ato d T emhe,
peo oar (Iao aoror alinaCoton
af1 enys., deavroian anter' deotf. S ADYsasoAL CompGaIuts gangesVI~fZ
g1 ta n 5 ~st NoebrreTi. hrastoF en ornt). ato o-Jlan
'aealoofeArs nsagntoc. p reiu h in~ 00$ ~ i
o . ,0 o h P. cAjt yi'EWl , fr. PAd sour forGI . IWMN mehtra
W(NtSDnRO. .O ar .1 C Thsewh are.an
26For ftiurer appyformtoun alyo tro fe e a
Aa ressaddss fh~ or cirphlar. ~Ers cnsnl ornan ha nd .., ainali wof
mpoter0a0 Dlr.Iat Guo, atlnsg, Doo'.&hat.,&o , .S
WCharleso.Ce seag aia ted uatairty ~ ~ tlyfudi a~s~~apCro
of onfuno o Mdln Cotton ' trefea annJlv~a lhmft.
WMt NovembrnP. H on
it000e fo 8the betI h yide d om Aor ERGE. 'eAO/iAN, Agent,
Fopriclar apsaply to o nearest iaas ,CmlifA. ilna DA. C,
A gJuneo~drs y o ielr SO-EEPo S c~.onstnlnhn alreadwe
ith hundreds of thousands of liviog wit.
isees, and upward .pf:.80,000 unsolloied
rilicates and recornmerulaory lellers,
any:0n whioh arefrom highest sources in.
gding eiminet -Physoianms, Olergyion,
onry T. Helmbid's Genuine Propaa..
Delivered to any addres. Scouro froti
Eslablished upvard of Twenty Tears.
Ild by 1.'ruggils everywhere. Address
iters for inlormation, in confidendeo to
RNIRY T. ILENM BOLD, Druggist and
Only Depoini I it. T. nEr1MBOLD'S Drug
id Chemicnl Wnrolotipe. No. 694 Broad
iy. New York, or to H. T. IiEIAIBOLD'S
edical Depnt, 104 lFouith Tenth Street,
Jleware- 6f (ountorreitq. Ask for HEN.
Y'T. IIEI.MBOLD'8! Take no other.
BO.S0iENMX advises Consumptives tO gG
Florida in Wintor.
Daving for the last thirty-ive years devoted say whole
[me and sttention to the au m of lung diseases and oon
emption, I feel that I understand fully the course that
uglit to be pursued to restore a toleraxml' bad case of di.
sed lunsi to healthy soundness. rat and most
iportab st411 is for th tient5te af d taking cold, and
he iestoi . atn his 9ekt 101ent fOr this Purpose, Is
re # lmo*ti in the State, whel-e tne tem
erstufl ii fogtaf, ah not stbeet to such varlAtens ie
a more Northern latitudes. Iathd iaaldnt I can rat
ommoend. A good hotel is kept totte cl-thiad. Ja1t
rinter I saw several persons there wimoe lungs had beea
adly diseased. but who, under the healing Intluenee of the
ittnate and my medicines, were getting well.
One hundred miles further down the river is a point
rhich I wouild prefer to Palatka. as the temnperature i
sore even and the air dry arid br nitel . Dollonrille anD
;uterprie -are located thdilt. I thmmuld five a deelded
reference to ollonvillo. It is two ulliAi (ret filet e
Ike, and It seems almost Impossible to take old therv,
'he tables in Florida iolght be better, and piattents coW'
lain at times, but that is a good sign, as it Indicates a rei
"rn of a11petito, and when this is thte case they generally
warss in osh, and then the lung most hecat.
gthbsonlle, lbernia, Orson Cove, sd many other
IS$" in farious parts of Florida, oan be safely rcoom.
tended toeonnunupties in sA inter. 31y reasns for sa lag
) are that patients are less liable to take cold there than
'here there is a less even temierature, and it is not stoeel
ary to say that where a consuuitptive person exposes hiss
if to frequent colds he Is certain to die shortly. There
>re my advice Is, go well down into the State-out of the
mach of prevailing east winds And foge. Jaeksonville, or
linos& ay other of the localities I have named, will bene.
t thosn wh are troubled with a pr pid liver. , ISO rere4
tomach, deranged bootels. sore throat or cot bu, for
Nose whose lunga are diseased a more Southern point is
For fteen years prior to 1PM. t was profeusinnally in
raw York, ieoton, Baltimore and 'hilalelphia every
reek, where I saw and examined on an alverage five hun
red patients a week. A practico so extensive-embracing
very possiblo phase of lung disease-has enabled ine to
nderstand the disos fully, and henee ply caution in
grd to taking oel. A esn may take vast i untities
f 'chentck's Pul-nonic yrup, Seaweed Tonic, tild Man
rak P'ills," aui yat die if Io does not, avoid taking cold.
I Florida, nerly everybody is using Sellnek's Man
rake Pills.11 r timo climuato is moro likely to prmoduce bill.
us habits than more Northern latitudes It is a well-estab
shed fact that natives of Florida raroly dile of consump
on, especially those of tile Souithern part. On the other
and in Now Englard, one third at least of the popula
on mie of this terrible diseaeO. Iu the Pildidle States it
oes not prevail so largely,eti11 there are tany thousands
f caes there. What. a vast percentage of lifo would be
aed If consutmptives were as ensily Alarned InI regard to
eking fresh cold as they are about scarlet fever, small
ox. a. flut they are not. They take what they term a
tite cold. wllich they are credulous enough to believe will
rear of in a few days. They pay no attention to It. and
onee it lays the foundation for Another and another still,
ntii the lunge are diseaed boynmid all hopo for cure.
y Advice to persons who lunits are aleeted even
ig Is, to lay In a stook of Schenek's Pulmonie yrup,
a ch's Seaweed ToniC and Sehenck's Atandrake Pills
ad go to Florida. I recommend these particular medi
Ines because I am thoroughly acquaihted with their so
Ion. I know that where they are used tin strict accordlano6
rlth my directicus they will do the work that is required.
'his accomplishmed. rinture will do the rest. Thie lphysician
rho prescribes for cold. cough or night-sweats, And then
dvimes the patient to walk or ride out overy day, will be
ufe to have a corpse on his hands beoro long.
My plan is to give my three nieicine,. in accordance
ith the printed directions, except in some cases % liero a
reer use of the 5lafaudrake Pills Is necessary. ly oliGet
to give tone to the timnach--to get up a good appetite,
t is always a good sign when a patlent begins to grow
ungry. I have hopea of suich. vith a elish for food
nd the gratification of that relish comes good Wood, aud
rith it more flesh, which is olosoly folnwed by a healing
f the lung. Tho the couch loofens and sates, the
reeping chills and cnmimy hlght-sweats no longer pros
rate and annoy. and the patteub gets well-pruvidod ie
volds taking cold.
Now there are many e aumtives who hw.re not ti.%
mans to go to Florids. etion buay bo asked, it
here no hope for such ? Certasmly there is. Sly r.ives
o such is, and aver has been, to stay in a warnn room
luring the winter, with a temperatuire of atout soveoty
og'rec.s, wihich shouli be ke pt regularly at that point by
seans of a thernometer. LetA uch a patient take his ex
reise within tie timnis of the roon by walking up and
own as much as hi etrength will Icermit in order to keep
p a hesithy circimirtion of the blood. I fae ered thou
asii by this Py stem ani can do s.>ain. Consumption
as easily cured as any other discars, if it is taken in
Ine, and liho propcr kind of treatment Is pursue.. The
act stianda itnt-liaited on record that eienck's Pmonloie
lyrup, Matmirlake Pills, rnd Seancod Tonic hvmo cured
cry nmany of wiett scmined to be hop.ers cas of eonu
impton. On ihoro you will, yom o , Il Ie mianmot certala
find sme poor connumtire wIto has becu resmied from
ho veryjaus or death iy their e:'o.
4o far as tho M:elrdrrko Pills ar. enneared. everybody
hould keelo a vipply of Ilim o-hant. Tha-v set on the
ver Wittor than ca lomol and leave mimo of its hurtful
Mects behind. Iln faet hey are o,,elient in all eases
-hero a purgativo medicine i. teiired. If you ltv par.
%ken too frtly of fruit and dinrrhira onsues, a dose of
is 3iandrakei will iero you. If van nre sumect to sick
eadacIme, take a ttnso of te Mlan.ira,ei and they %till ve
ets yon In tw.) hours. If y3tt Wrouid obviate the effect
ra change of w-ter. or tho too freo indulgence In% frmit,
sIke ce of the Mandrao. every night er every other
lght, And you miy then 91mn water and eat - aerlenme.I
ears, alies, plimumns, peachmed er emrn, without tim ririk oI
sing mamdielsic by thetm. , They win prtr' thme irho
ive indaomp situstimns againstehilis aid (e-ver. 'Try thetm.
'ynrprfecl lesics. Tihey crmm do ymst.goo only.
Ilavoanoed mlry profesticmrl I b:itea' Ito ion andi
row York, mmt, enuteimmum to sea pativimts at miy omie, No.
5 N. .tiXil Streot. Plindlely I . every l'atumrmlay, frorn
A. ?m. to .1 P. M. Those whmo wsh a thmoroughm cxamina.
In withm time Itespiraimeter will he chmarged nyes dollar6m
lhe liesItrortter declars time extict eenmdluotm of the
mnps, and patients can readily learna b tie re r
n rabtmo or not. fl-tj izire it distilcelundrstomd thmat
me valme of my'msodiiln~eddpend ent fely Ogjon their
oing laken Strictly accrding. to directions.
In cmoncluimmn, I wtlt say that wh'.ns l.ttste (slke sny
tes!eines amd their systems are mrrdm iht into em ticalthmy
ouniition thmermimy, they are nmot so liable tn take rild, yet
0o oime with diseaved limngs cnn lear a sudden chmane of
truce hera wnithnumt the liability of greater or less isita
ion of the bronchiat tuble.
.Full dirctionsi in di~ lan age adeompaOnyousel
lnes, so ex plicit and cloetS an on can use thoo wifa
el consmulung use, anou can be frnmlta any d ggist.,
So15N.aXTIE 5tret, Pitadelpkla,
Iiliy-five First I'ftze Metials hawrdiis
-- THE GREAT
1Tm. Knabe~ e5m Co.
*i IS~tue~ liu n Uni.4' im
Thiese lInslrnniietsi have bteen befo-re thet
iio for-nearlo y Th,. il y Yemnrsm. lndm tipon
oir' excdli'ellee lo nui ned ani un1111pur
arsed pr~eemince, whielt pronounice.
ini ines greait Jml)wcr , .lvetnelCss and fine
aging gniti y, mins wemll ns gret prtlity of
lopt it u antd Siment news t hro'uighoi, I he
iire scnle. Their
liantit and tlaslic, aimd ciilireliy'free frOm
ci stilnesst fotuind ini~ sanny l'innas '
cy ar-e tin essnlied. in- ng bm thme very
cml CSAepdF.ir M0AlF:inIt, ihe large capmital
iloyced in cur busiiin Oel. ('eabling 11s to
tep conf inaalmly ani inhimense stook of lunom
r, '.c , tori handlt.
All oor' SQuYABI PIANos hlae ou
-w Imptoved Ocerstrung &nle nud' thie
gg We wuntit call rspcinl ntetntion to
r b~to imprmovemints in (iR.\Nt) PIANO$
ci 8QU1\iIE ORtAND)S, li.hnsr. AtmOls-r
,18010, 'whioh biring the~ Pl'nonen0rer per'
alhoit than hase yel been altnrlied,
k'rery Piano Fmuusi li'arrntded for' 6 Ye~ars.
We have nstle arrangemnents f'or hie So,w,
trt-flesAn EuAi c~y for I le most celebralede
OttOR ON)Ari~~ AND MJRLODEONS,
itali We,fmfi, M'holesaloe and Rleiail,' at
MeCst Piot ory Iries.
WMi K(NA BE&C00,
sept n~~ fa liitore, Md.
EOvr *n~dB M
Ae F. ( 090)D IDN G,
RE~EP cohsftntly on hsand fine Sadldsel
anmd liarness llorises. Also broke dVid
bl'oko Mules, as goodi as ever brought to
Carriages, Buggies, WVagons% and Saddle
>rsos always on hand, to hirtonithlIf noat
iral tirmo. dec 22