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11 Y MATT1I3 VYfR BRITS.
Bascon Brown was a rospootable
Old baohelor. Whether a bacheloi
fra: h 'boe pF Pee9aity histQry say.
-th-.60 0obut-it id al faot'that Jiasoom
Brown ountinued from boyhood until
lie was "fair, fat, and fifty," in a statE
f bioglu blessedness, or wretchedness
16 Von choose.
A i d be might have continued sc
fit veltba4 nQt fate, i the shape 01
Siedinlflittl6 Widu*, ovirtiken him
'his little widow was Mr. Brown't
luaiilady.,and her name was Mrs.
BrV'gg'L. I do not Auppose Mr. Browt
Lad ever road the famous bit of ad.
1i e givou to the rodoubted "Sajuivel,
6 of d6 viddets."
lascom Brown had boarded with
Mrs. Briggs for something like five
3emnreitind io all that time-nota word of
whathad been sai, respecting the
horrora of a boarding house would ap.
i ly to the home-like establishment
fids?*d ove. by bb'zy, comely Mrs,
Argt oI10 b*e1hhold iappointments
were ofthe neatest, her table the
most abundant, and her boarders the
innrit respectable people one could
Mr. Browi, by virtue of being the
oldest boarder and having be en long.
ait3 in the house, was the *privilegod
character ond main stand-by of the
little widow's family. le had the
plensanteutbroom, the'bost seat at the
t able or-by the parlor'firoside, and all
his liftla teposoital testes and- otifortE
were looked after by Mrs. Briggf
\vith the utmost exactness.
No doubt it was this fact whici
prevented in a great degreo his feel.
ing any need of a home of his own and
soniebody to look after him, and
conspired to keep him a bachelor.
His habits were us regular as cloel
wor'kiis r -its moderate and readil3
gratified. What more could a inar
But not always was he permittet
to purane the tenlr of his way. '-A
ohnhgo caso o'er the rpirit of hi.
dream," or rather a change came ovei
the Briggsestablishment which ban
ished his dreams entirely, mnd ditr
turbed his vii tuous slumbers beyont
the power even of a patient man ti
endure in silence.
Mrs. Briggs admitti d anew boader
Wor. a than that Alio put him in th,
Very next room to Mr.' Brown ; and
worst of all, the young man was musi
cal, and had a violin.
No*, I am aware that this fact wil
toll againat my hero, nevertholess
must wiito it-Mr. Brown was no
Geod music, if it wero the best, 11
could endure ; bad music was sjimpi
torture to him. And this - young muan'
muwisie was the very worst, fr whio
1eason, perhaps, he inflicted it on hi
suifforing i'eighbor tt the most un
Go to bed when lie would, that vio
lin was poor Brown's a:compaime-it
(let up early or late, it . - , !:
ti k 1, and ifi he dropped (low is our i
after dinner knap his dreams wer
ruthlessly scattered by the iorribl
tlot, toot, - queak,sgeak, of that horri
fiddle, every pabsage winding up witl
an excruciating 3011 which would hav,
been croditable to the united oborn
of all the eats in lhe neighborhood.
Iluman flesh and blood aind nerve
coultd ntot c'ndure forever. Mr Brow
concluded a't last that one of the tw
things must boe-cither that ohnoxiou
y..ung man and his fiddle must fin,
another place or lhe must. And a
iuongth, in vio w of h is lung st and ingi
the hoinse, he resolvod to ask Mn
llriggs todismiss the now boarder, anm
a low him to remain in poae,~
This, however, was a deliente uin
dertaking. There was nothing in th
wor'ld against the young man but hi
miuuie, and though M r. Brown dcci
ded thereocould nt well be anythin
aorso, he knew Mrs. Briggs's tonde
boarit would shrink from issuing al
edict againat him0. Ilis own peace c
nuindI and re-bose of' body depeondei
n;;,n the departure of that unfortn
nate young oman ;.so, one afternoon
summoning up all his resolutlori
Buso an Brown took himwseif and hi
:aision to tho doer of the litl<
widow', eonv sittig room and knoch
ed for admittance.
A cheery "eomoe in"~ hade him or
ter, and in a moment more he was ar
einbly 'aefted ir4 a chaiir comfortahl
nemar Mrs. Briggs, much elated to fin
bef alobn and ready to listen.
I hope you are wll to-day," ol;
served the plump little matron, wit|
a thoughtful care for his welfare.
"Yos-alh--qlitot well ; but. somie
what-anxious over a little matter
"[ndvod I Is there anything I cal
"MIytdear Mrs. Briggs, you are tha
?uly one can do anything for me l
exolAimed Mr. Brown, warmly.
The -widow blushed and edged he
chair a st ep farther away.
"It has been on my mind a gooi
while. It is important, you see,
wont on Mr'. JBrown, "and Ilhad to
solved to rpeak to you to-day."
Yes.?" observed Mrs. Brigga in
liat having begn his -task, Mr
Brown. founad it not very easy to go on
he hesitated for words in which nex
"Tou ee-all----Mns. Brigga
your bouee is very-alh-a very comi
fortable:1,lae to board.'
"Phr t~an-o I try to make It so,"saim
*Yes-but-but-now, if we hac
the boisje to outselves ; now-If
"Yes, thtt womold he pleasant,'
whiispered1 the litble widi, turninj
redl as a rose,
"Theng.dhen--.why mhouldn't wi
have itl'o"? ecried Mr rdwn, Aayin1
a little mnoe th'ani ho aman~t in his ea
4 "Why, I am1?iaro never meant to
marry again," Obed rosy Mrs.
BrigA ;-but if you really wish it, 4ear
0 t.-EV I----DI don't thisk 0 1ll
hnd . dr'opped a lump little
hand over Mr. Brown's.
Good gracious I The perspiration
broke out over-Mr. Browu'ls forelicad
as lie began to oomproheld what the
little widow imagined be meant. lie
took out his handkerohliof to wipe it,
and made a nervous effort to explain.
"My dear Mrs. Briggs, I-I am
sure-A-you honor me highly-too
h ig hy-I-.I-"
At this moment there came a rap
at the dooi, and Mrs. Briggs sprang
hastily up to openl it.
She held a inoment's conversation
with the person staniding outsile, arni
then turned to Mr. Brown and said,
"My dear, I must go out a moment.
If you will wait here we will discuss
this subject when I return."
And with a smile as bright as a
May morning she left poor Brown
alone with his reflections.
le sprang up and began to pace the
room to try to seo a way out of his
dilemma. If Mrs. Ilriggs bad re
mained a monient longer Ie certainly
would have explained matters, but
left to himself, he began to wonder
whether it might not be best to let
Ile was the soul of chivalrou honor
--how could lie outrage the little
widow's feelioas by explaining the
mistake I Besides, it would bo do.
liglitful if all the boarders wore gone,
and-the widow was a nice little
botly ; and bihe hd called hini "uiy
dear" so sweetly.
And, in short, by the time Mrs
Briggs brought her blushing face
back into the lite room, Mr. liown
had decided that this was iun inter.
forence of Providence in his behalf,
and he would be giuteful and nbido
And as it hirponed that. when lit.
tie .\Mrs. Briggs becamo Mrs. Riucom,
l3rown all the boarders were dismib.s.
ed-of course the musi(al youtg man
went among thou-and Mr. Brown
was allowed to pass the rest of his days
in undistur ed felicity.
J. WaAL1KUo, Propieltor. It. 11. AIDHtlg a A& Co.. 5)ruagqIP6
A Uen. Agent. se Frnic.auOCAI.,nad. 34 Conatuterco St., N.V.
MILLIONS Imonr Testinony to steir
Wonderful lstrative EfIreca.
Vinegar Bitters are not a vile Fnne1Cy
Drink, 3tad, of Poor tumi, IWhlisky,
Proof Spirite and Refuso Liquor,, doo
tored, spiceod and sweotened to please the tasto,
-eld1" Tonics," "1 AppetisOps," "i estorers." &c.,
that lead the tippler on to drunkenness satd ruin,
but are a true moldicine, made from the Nativa
Roots and Herbs of Valifornia, free fromn nil
Aleohollo ' Stinuinnte. They are the
E3RlAT DLOOD PUIRJPIEIL nnde A
LlIFE GIVING l'ILINCIPLER, a percot
Renovator and Invigorator of the Bystem, earry
Iing off all poisonous miatter andl restoring tho balood
to a healthy condition. lo person san take these
Blitters acedruling to direetions and remain longr
unwen,. providlea their bone. are not dostroyedl
.1by mineral poison or other means, andS the vilal
organs waited beyond the point of rupair.
They are a Enottle Purgative as wvel
am a Tonio, possessing, also, the peculiar merit
af acting as. A powerful agent in relieving Conges
tion or Tnflammnation of the L~irer, and of all the
PORl DEMA3K CiOMPLAINTS, whether
has young or old. married or single, at the dlawn of
womanhood or at the turn of life, these Tonie lit
te have no equal.
5 For I anamrsansory and Chronlo lilhou
.mallen, nd couat, D~yspopeint or In
digestion, Jill lons, Itemaitton t and
lutermtittent Foyers, Disaosa of tihe
BlDeed, Liver, Kidmoy.s and flladsder,
these Biitters have beon most successful. Suelb
Dlsoases are caused by Vitlated Blood,
whIch ii generally prodused by derangement of
Ithe Digemtlvo OJrgans.
DYSPEPS'IA OLt INIGESTION,
Hleadlache, Pein in the Ssoniders, Conghs, Tight
stems of the Ulhest, DlInineass, Soite rnotationas of
ths Stomsach, nad Taste ina the Mouth, Billons
ia k~'liainof thae hteart, infisammations of
the ang. Pin i thregonsof the Kidneys. and
3 aaudreal other painful symptoms ar.the ofl
. sprinags of ligspepsia.
They invyigorat. the Stomachl and stimulate the
torpid litvor anad nouwels, which render themaa of
-unequalledl emelacy in cleanasing the blood of all im.
pusrtties, and imparting snew life anal vigor to the
S FORt 8K fN )18EA5EK9,1UruptiontsTotter.
1 snaIl hthaesm, iioltche, bjuts, Upilases. Pnsatnles.
Biois, Uarbnich las, lh asrms, Beedd liandl, lse
- yesRry 'ilolas, Itch, Scurfe, nisaaolorat tonesof the
- ki, luteannda l'csus of the sklts, of what
I rla ouit of the ata'a ia n ii t astebyt as se o
these nitter.. Unea hafltle in atuch castes will can.
vinoe the nmost isnoredulous of their cusrativosoffecot.
-(Cleansse the Viit aitedl lilood wheneaaver you thidt its
imnpurities buarstinsg thrtoumh thse ekina in P'implee,
a Eruaptionus or sores e leanseo it wirena yu finl i
obsinaeten anal eluagsh ina thae volans; cleanse it
j whaen itis foul,aand yaasr feeliangs will toll you whoan.
Kceip the looda latre, nnthe hlseaahl of the cyatenm
3 FIN, TAPE, ansd othter WVORMS, nurkinig
in Ilo sa tens of so nasy hsosnsds.tare offocbaually
BOLn) nY Al l)IIUoolaTS AND) DEiA!.LtR.
r J. WA~i(lt,1Propietor. RI1. Mt DIONA Lu) &
Ca. st ~aada54 Conantor itrool Ne York,
I Ehl'ECTF U I.L.Y in.
form ihe citizens of
mussaboaro andcl lFaliield Distriot, that I
have jeus. returnetd from Newr York asnd
liav. purnh sued a fuill eaaortnsent of Waieh.
os, ,Jowelry. Clocks, Spcecaelea, &c., and
will sell ai thie lowest pricos, and would
reacofully nek the conhlnnuanco oaf the.
patronage or my oldI friendsa andi customers.
All goods warranied as representeed. I am
prepared to do all kind of Waichi anid Jew.
elry' work andI have always a good took of
good mnatorind on hand, and( wIll gu~aantee
satisefaction. All work weirrantedc.
Recond door from Col. Ition's Olhe.,
Colgate's Family Soap.
b1TARCHT, Potasho, Concentrated Lye,
iJAxle 0Orease. Candles, Pickles, Raisins,
Gun Powtder apsd Caps. Alo barrel of
SN. 0. Syrrip, a stiperior artIcle. For ale
*by MoINTYREI A CO.
'JA A l i4i4 it I%? \ V ?
COTTO ORN WHET AND TOBAUCO.
CASH, $50 po' 2000 1bs, 'ut Factory.,
im; V,55 por, 206 lIs ai Faetory, paywable
Nov. 1st, 1872, WITHOU' IN TElmS'T.
Factory East end Htzel Street; Mines on Ashley River.
ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIM E
COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED o
CASII, $30 per 2000 lbs., at FalctorV,
TIME, $35 per 2000 lbs., at Factor'y, payal)
Nov. Ist, 1872, WITILOUT INTElmST.
WM. C. DUKES & C).,
oi NEIA L AGENTS,
Ni. 1 South Atlanti3 Wharf, Charleston, S, 0,
D -e 21--3m
FRESI.L GAOODS ARRIVING.
W E wouldrepte:l' iiform I ho public g..nerally that we are now res-iving our
stock of' FVll und Wiitr (loods, consisting of
Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Clothing, Hardware Crocksry, Groceries, &c.,
All of wihicht we ia. v r icl wioh enre, anel % ill offeri- nt. rn:es to suit the ltimet. We
it-k nn exiainttion of or .toek, and hupeq tiat. all who favor ti with a tll may find
otir nle9'1iiminr Ii lice agreenble. MclA UGllLIN & .101NSTON.
Three very Superior Arlicler are offored by iha Suilphiurio A'cid ansI Superphosphate
Compnny of Charleston, 8. C., viz:
7'tivr~a C -rtE. 'lla.
A complet e m.n ire, ndapled to Cotton, (ornin and Tobacco, being the well known ar.
ticle heretifore oiered alt the very high grnde of 15 per cent. dissolveid Bono Phosphate
of 1.1hme. with lie nblitinn. na heretofore. of' Provia t u itano, A mmonia and Potash.-.
Price $55 per tn1, .iid on or berors tho Ist of A pril next, tnd $60 per [ou, payable 1st
Novouber, J872, wilhoitt interdst.
~ti'UE7'zm3 zc~r.* - 1'ccoc1..
A new nr iele of lie sam high gr'ado of So'lblo Phosphate, compotunded with thet oe
ments of Qotton reed nii such~ a manner. lbS to enisure otte of the best fertIlizers for Cot
too and tiein ran nt lower prIce th.,an the R'tnwilt ( Guano Price $40 per ton, if paid on
or before the I st of A tpril next, $45 per ton, payable 1slt Novemboje, !872, wsihhoul in.
Eti7-Tan. 'Dissoi-)1vo ci1. -c30':..
A vernginig frcmi 18 to 20 per cent of lDissolved line Phiosphtafe,and tihus ennbling thte
pin nI e by comipostinag, to ohi nin two tosns of half thnt, grnde nt a savitng of meo-half'
cost and freight. Pt ie $35t per t, itf paid on or' b fore the first of April next, $40
per ton. pnytnble 1st Novemi.etr, 1872. witho(01.utiteres..
TA KE NitTIini aill these fertilizers aire of the highest grado of Soluble Phos.
phatte, and utst help for mtore thutn onc year. WVM. C. IIEE & CO,
(General Agents, Charleston, S. C.
V. .Dwight, A genit at Winnisboro,8. C., A. K. Craig. Agent at Rlidgewny, 8. C.
ATLANTIC ACID PHOSPHATE
'lii A rticle, prepared.hy the Atlant ic Phiosphlate Company. tunder the direction of
their Chemnist, 1)r, se,. Jruiltin lhv",nel, for comtpostg with Cotton Seed, is ntow offered
at the Reduced Price of $28 per ton cash, or $31 peto yal1sNvmbr182
Fr'tee of' int erest. rtapybe1tNvnbr 82
Orders filled now will be conslidered as Ctshi ist March,. 1872, or on Time as due 1st
November, 1872, thereby enabling Plhanters to hauli it at a time whein their Vagons and
Mulo. are idle.
jan - 8mPELZERI, RODG ERS & 00., Genieral A gents,
Jan 28miBowni's WVharf, CharlIeston, 8. C.
ATL ANTIC PH JOSPHIATE
TPhis i'ertilizer. ma~niifl,:uirnd by the Atlaitiic Phosphato Ccmpany, under the dlirec
lion orf I thei C hemi-t. I r. St .n' ion Raventil. is now ol''eed to t hi Plantintg Communni,
ty -t. he very .Rediteed Pico of $48 per ton Caish, or $5'2 payable lst November, 1872,
'This Fetilizer has been v ay exenielyud in this Stiate, and has given entire sat
isfaet on ; some of tho most pr'act ica plaite rs admnittinig it to be equial to P'etemvian
Gutano, pounid for pound.
Alt sales mnaido inow will he considlero'l ensh oni the 1st of March. 1872, and to those
buying otn time tho sale wil h e considered duo (it 1st Novemtber, 1872.
fly this arrangemenott piante.rs wsill be enabhid, withbont extra cost, to hauli their Ma
nure at a t min whent t heir' wagons and tmtui, ruro idlo.
Pamphlets conlaininig the certitieites oft those who have uscii thte Atlan-to Phosphate
will be furmished ott apphenation to the At nts.
..PELZERI, RtODGERS & 0O., (Gener'al Agents,
jaun 2-3m Brown's Whtarf, Chnerest ott 8. C.
THE SONS PHOSPHATE COMPANY,
Properly nyJpreeinting tihe neccessty oif f..o1 ting the plantinig interest or the South,
resolvedi in tho outtet to offer thteir' FERTiILiZ.Ea8 at a prise which would pulace them
within te reach of every planter.
rThey otfer their "SOLUBLE~ GUIANO," a eompleto Anmmonlated FertilIzor, at $46
cash, or $50 on a credit to tho' 1st of November ne'xt, with approved olty acceptance,
The "DIS801.VED PHfOSPIJA TE,", for cempostinag wth Cotton 8eed or Stable Ma
nure, is now offered at the very Ac w prico of $26 cash, or $80 on credit, as above. This
is ilghty redommendeel b'y plant ers who used it last year to their entire satisfaotion.
WM. RAVENEL, President. 3. R. Alkon, Agent Winnsboro, 8. C.
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truly wonderful medicine, that every da
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drop of the Sarsaparililan liesolvent com
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Modern Chemistry. and a few days' use
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If ithe patient, daily becoming reduced
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continually progressing. succeeds in nr.
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wilh now omaleriat i.alo from henithy
blood-and this the Saranparillian will and
does secure--a cire is certain for wher
once this renmedy commences its work ol
purification, and succeeds ma diminishming
time loss of wastes, its repairs will b<
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and flesh and~ weight increasing.
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Albumintura, and in all cases whmere thmer
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cloudy, mixed whIir sublstances like thm
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perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with
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Observe limo following symptoms result.
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iend, Hurrie'd and Ditlioult Breatimng.
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Kinsman & Howell,
Factor: and Commission
Liberal Advances made on
Cotton and Naval Stores.
BOOT AND) SHOE
'M a 3..'.f to t O2. zy.
S I AM now prepared to do work ir
the latest and best .styles, sl
Work is always Warranted. Thtert
is no necessity to go out of town to have
work ilqne as ? eaan mke.a..good B&OO'or
8110! as anybody. Orders solicited for
fine work. 6m, M. ([ILBERT.
ER wi ag NOiK w6ll h.fu#$e
ed isen Sacksa at
the lowese *ash, i d
Refergeo giy~ d9 eR~
jan 8-x0 Stateeville, i, d.
FREE TO BOOW T
Wo will send a handsome Poiespeotus of
our New Illustrated Family Bible, contain.
ing over 2(.0 fine Soripture Illtlstrationv to
any Book Agent, free of charge. Aqdress
National Publishing Co., Philade-phia, Pa.,
Atlaits, Qn.,. or,8.Lus l
BOOTS AND SHOES
Are Worth two pair of Ordinary pegged
or Machine Sewed,
The Great FiZ:ou!
In Cii10AO and the WEST by Rev. E. J.
Goodspeed, D. D., of Chicago. Only com.
piele history. 700 8vo. pages ; 60 en gray
ings. 70,000 already sold. Price $2.60.
2000 agents nede in 20 days, Profits go
to sufferers. Agents Ianted. 11. 8.
Goodspeed & Co., 87 Park How, New York.
THE AMERICAN FARMER,
Publishod at Baltimore, Md.' by
SAMUEL SANDS & SON,
Januaay Number is nolv out, antl will be
sent. to every Planter, Earmer and Garden
er who vill send his address and a
stamp. It is a liye, practical paper, need.
ed by every country family I Hubscription
$1.50 a year. In clubs, at fl, with very
BRIGG'S & BROTHER'S
Catalogue * ti Hower and Vegetable
Summer Fl wering Bu bs for 1872.
Now ready. Consisting of over 130 iages.
on rose tinted paper, with upwards of 400
sepairate cuts, and six Beauilful Colored
P.ates I Cover, a beauiru' design, in ool
ors. rhe richest catalogue ever published,
Send 25 cents for copy, not one half- the
value of the colored plates. In the first
order, amounting to not less than $1, th.
price of catalogue, 25 cents, will be re
funded in seeda. New customers placed on
the ame footing with old. Free to old
customers. Qualily of seeds. sise of pack.
ets, prices and premiums oftered, mihl it
to the advantage of all to purchase seeds of
us. Seegcatalogue for extraordinary in
You will miss it. if you do not se our
cabilogue before ordering Seeds.
Either of otr two ciromos for 1872, sire
19x24-one a flower plate of iulbous
Plants, consisting oif Lilies. &.-the other
of Ananal, Riennial and Perennial Pilr.ts,
Most Elegant rioral Ohromos
ever issued in this country. A superb par.
lor ornament.; mailed, pot paid on re
ceipt of 75 cents ; also free, on conditions
specified in catalotiue. Address
BRIGGS & BROTHER,
[Established 1845.j tochoster, N. Y.
NEW SEEDS AND PLANTS
P'ent by Mail or Express.
OUR SEED AND PLMAT CATALOGUES FOR
Numibeving 175 pages. ar d containing
TWO OLORED PLATE3,
Eahworth twice the cost of t'atalogtus,
mailed to all applicants on recteipt of' 26cts.
Seedsmen. S Oortlandt Strea t- N. Ya
illi be giv-m one or two persons, of either
aox, in WVSNNSBonto and adjoing towns, b~y
which they may realize from $800 to $1000
a year, with but little interferenc-e with or
dinary cctupation, in selling Household
Articles of real mrerit and universal usne. If
the whole time is devoted a much larger
sum may be realized, tireulars free, give
ing complete list of articles and commis.
sions allowed. T. 8. COOK & CO., Hoe
boken, N. J.
(Atzss WAN'vKD --Agents maake avove
Limoney at work for its than at anythiung
else. Business light anad permanent Par.
ticulars free. ti. SyrlsoN & Co., Fine Art
Publishers, Portland, Maine.
Agents profits per week. Will prove ft or
forfeit $000. New articles, patented July
18th M1mples sent free to all. Addresu
WV. HI. Chidesier, 267 Broadway, N. Y.
CAN ERS, TUMORS. ULOERrn
Astonishing cures by Dr's. Eline and
Lindley, at the Philadelphia Caneer Insti
tote, 931 Arch St., Philadelphxia, Pa, At
Branch Offices by D)r. Dalton, 28& W.
Fourth St., CincinnatI, 0. ; by Dt. Greene,
Charlotte, N. C. :by Drs. Hlealy & Blenton,
oor. Broad and Alabama streets, Atlanla,
Oa. ; by Dr. Bramubili, 42 N. Coi'rt at'reet,
Wonderful ancoer Antidotes.
No Knife. No Caustic Medi No
Riood. Little Pain. For par ars, call
cen or address either' of th e
B00TN; AND SHOES
A R ElWORTI TWyO PIR ITIIj ggT.
T. R. CENTE R, Vanderhost Street,
jaw 9feb 1
LIvewy and Sale
r WILL reo'elvo on or ab out theo flyet of
1 September next, a lot of extra fine Ken
tucky iorses a d Mules. Parties desiring
fine Stook will do well to call on me early
la connection with mey Liwery Stable.t
have poned.A.C ia e, .IJyggy oi4Wg
on Factory. l wore neatly exesumed ~
warranted, Gilee aP call' t
MWm. Knlabo Qo.
These instrumenats.bave been before the
oublio for nearly Thirty Years,, and upon
heir excellence alone attained and' unpur.
hansed pre.eptininee, which pronouteos
htem ukeqnled, in Tone' 'Touch, Work
nanship and Durability
30 All our qinre Pianos have our New
Mproved Overstrung i6e aendihoieAktrol'
8&".We Would call special -attentionlo
iur late Patented Improvemkonts in Ornud
itnos and Square U ranls. - foind in no
aher Piano, which bring the Piano hearer
'erfection than hap yet been attained
Vtsery Piano Fully Warrantedfor P've !ears
BW We are by special arrnngrie thent en
bled to furoi'h Patlor 0rgans and, Melo
leons of the test 0elebrated %Aker1,
Vholesale atid uetail at lowest Fiactory
Illustrated Catalogues aid Prioo Liat
Promptly furnished on appliettith to
WM.KNADE & 00.,
O! sIy of establishite , ena.
ltes. nov 0r-Ium
Price $45 Cash, With Usal Adianeo for
XPERIENCB in t e use of this Guano for
11he past. six years in this State, ft.r
Uotten and Corn, has so far established its
Dharacter for excellenoe as to rcniler com.
In necordance with the est ablished policy
)f the Company to furnish the best
Concentrated Fertilizers at the lowest cost
o consumers, this Guano is put into mariket
his season at the above redued price,
which the 'ompany is enabled to do by
reason or its Inrge faclitien and the re.tuced
3ost of mantufacture.
The supplies put into market this senson
irr, as heretofore, prepared tinler ihe pier
tonal superintendenco of Dr. 8t. .Jilin
Ravenel, Chc.nist of Company, at .Chrls
on, S. C., hence, planters may reut assurid
hat its Quality and Composition is pro
rielly the same as that, heretofore sold -
It the present low price every acre plaite,lt
ian be fertilized with 200 pounds GIu.aino
i it cost not exceeding the present valno af
10 pounds of cottoni. while experience ias
hown Ithat under favorable conditions.uf
lenson and ouliivation the crop is inoreased
>y fije applicalion from two to threfoli,
ie natural capacity or the soil. hence,
iiider no conditmins could its applicatiqtut
Ail to eompcenste for the outiny. Apply to
J. N. ROBSON.
kgent Pacific Oftano Company, No. (18 East
Bay aipl Nor.. I and 2 Atlantic Whi'rf,
Charlesion, S. C.
Jo. S. It Rues & Co., General Agenta.
PACIF10 GUANO COMPANY'S
Acid Phosphate of Limes
FoR COMPO'iato fTII GOrTON sPP.D.
Price $26 Oab, with U -lal Advance for
T ig att fole is prepareA under the super
. intendenee of Dr. St. .tlien Ravenel
expressly for composting with corton seed.
It. was in oduced by tLis Company two
years ago, andi its eo has ffally nitsted
its 'aine. 200 to 26>0 pounds of this arti
ile per nero, properly compost ed w ih t he
isme weight of cotton seed, funi.hies the
planier with a Fertilizer of the ighert ox
sellence at the smallest coat' A comnpost,
prepared with this article, ase by airittedl
lirect ions futrnished, contains all the ole
aents of f ertility that can enter into a r,
ilass Fortilizer, wrhilo ht economiy must
sormmend its lineral'nse to plan'ers.
For supplies and printo dirdetitj for
iomaposting apply to
J. N. RtOJSON,
Agents T'acgifsGune Company, No EaJst.
Bay nnd Nos. 1 and 2 A tlantio Wtharf,1
Charlest on. A. 0.
hzo. S. Ri~sas & Co., General Agentic
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, &cs
,.' . .AII 3
Manufacturer and Dealer,
Vo. 20 Jlayna StreeC and llorlbeck'a Wharf,
g~ This is (lie largest and most com-.
>beto factory of thie kind in the Sonitherir
Itates, amnd all articleo in this line can be
urtuished by Mr. P. P. Toale at prie
rhioh defy competition.
g& A pamphlet with full and detilled
ist of all sies of Doors, Sashes and' Blinds,
ad the prises of each, wi-ll l'e sant fee
nd post pald', on application 'to.
SJuly ll..ly . Charlestate, 8.- C.
.e J. MOCARI1SY hias ri dlendid~ lot o f
arge.Ofaljges, the best%n liafrliet.
lie hsa also lately roeielvyd a well selcot,
d lot of Fine Imported. tigars, which li
tier~tess will 'give enelre satisfaotion to
overe of "the W eed "
A cboice stock of very fan old Whis
l&yamai n arid ModB*an's Import
e.Patle- In soach .of .aiy ,of thae
bore articles;, will do well to examno my
took before purchasing olsewhere.
Ioiney Wantted !
\LL person. indebted to uts are urgently
on ee eipeO etodt, M'o Uekeepte
Isoae who pay promptly Jan, 1st, 18'fl,
Jan umoASIn A. ,ikLmIo