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Tl Delth or Ntro.
Mo (st of ot readers are more or l(esa
hi-nilia with the churauter of tll) R..
'een E 11perur, Nero, nad with the
leii iit: tho Christians suffer-d
undet h 'qa iign. A graphie descrip
1 i)o IIf tihe sufferings to which tho
1'h is i s were expused by this mer.
! .,, tet [ipt woul itit hariow the
1- i o- s 1 the leader. Demoniao
eg.t t1 . ois ,eploy ed in inflicting
i.e4 t Ivolting and tvri iblo tor
t'. T,,. victimes were ,o disguised.
I e y ,owed up in the skins of wild
- -. er wrapped it p inl tarred shoets
-.t ot lire as torclos to illumino
- :-ardels of Nero, that they were
-ie i of tll syinputhy, and expos
ei to tIheIt derisiton of the brutal
m.,',. Tender (hristain maidens pass
e O ibrog! oideals of exposure, suf
i. r nii d titit, toe dreadful for us,
.i e*4 tiiiiieit days, even to con
. ol..ie. 'The Divino supporn whioh
(ii rnittmiked his d iciplos in theso
i tiietml hours of pericoution, sus
1 itiud them.
Ohio nidht Nero, dressed in wo
ma n's clol h1 s 0 , was in one of the pala
ces 1' Imire, suriounded by his boon
mpttt ean ions, both maiIle and female,
ind igi ng io the most loathsome orgies
lin a great uproar was heard in the,
t t-. A messenger was sent to as
r,.ain the causo. le returnod with
use appalling tidings that Galba, at
the head of atin avenging armsy, was
un lchitig ra pidly tilon Roine ; tliat
insearrection had broken out itn the
-reet, and thiat it countles's mob,
h1wathinlg threuttenu and slaighter,
n.-e eu rging towar de the peaac0
ITe wietched itant, as cowardly
, tie U ts iest'alsotifn, was Sitrick with
ni- ailry.I it) spratng froin th table so
. liddenly a-1 to overtien it, dashilig
hI tMsMt. costly Via(s int fragtiteni,
2pee t.!( floor. Boating his toreoliud
hkat a mad man, Le cried ouit, 1-1 amn
tI.e 1, I am ru i'eil," and called for
a i til f pni.on. Suicido was the
cnelinim1 iouort. iml thise, days, o thae
, i their hour of wretobed
1e"s. Net o took tl.c piosuned cup,
h ,at di red not dil iLk it. Ile called fur
.-da or, aid x aiintted its polished
po11int, h at had not siflicient nerve to
I.a ~ that. to his heart. lie then
i -e-he d I ro m the palae ill is wotnen's
i Arbe, iand M i h1 is loIng hair llittering
i t he n i. Thus di.guised, lie Ill
t f.t ..w through the dark and nar.
ew ,truet:, it teriling to plinge into
Iibeor. As h ro eied the baik
und gezud Upton its glooily ilves,
!g il liii courage flilld,
eve1al of izo Uonalpantions ehad no
c tom: :n tied him. Otto of them Sinug
re"tt 1 that. ie should flee to a cotun
Iry it t, about thro miles from Rome,
to d ibo cioceal hitutifi. insane
wi tIt Irrr, hear headed, in his
assaitlful garne, lie covered his face
with a hanlkeechief, leaped upon ai
les re, anl ,uccoeded, through a
thousaid perils, in gaining his retreat.
.1 ust be ore lie roachied the villa tsome
armt so frightoned him that lie leap
ed 1 rlmIl his horse and pltingedl into a
thicket. by the roadside. Through
briar" ate lhorns, wih% torn clothes
.nd lber ted 1iesh lie 5catched the
l.'ecurT .1aylutm io sought.
Ini the moatino the ltoian Senato
k'l Ii itriedly ntelnd. Embold.
nd b1y tho insurretio n, and by the
upn r r.eeh of' (..I bit, they paeieud a
dee.e , decringe. N ero to lbe thlie
enemey of his couinery, iendl dooming
il em tdeath, naoceemajorun, i. c., aec
cordu I .5. to anleent eu:,et Oil. Somae one
of Neroi~'s compan1!.ionte brought him
lie t idintgs in htis hiinItg..plIace. Pal- 1
li d andic tremnblhiusg, he inoqiired:
*Ad nba1 t s ~eaethi m1ee ma1jrum/ ?"
T e~ ail P allitng reh~ pl in ', it is tO o
trped nsak ed, to haee.i the lion d fas
toned ine thle p ilIlory, itnde to leo scourg
TheI monstea whbo had amused him-.
elf in iIteessing the tortutres of oth-.
rs rceoiledl with ho'rror froti
th is dea dful intlietijote. Siezintg
a dagger, lhe nigninl 11enevred to
nevlimlCf to pinee'ge it irtoe his
hear t. A prick fia om Its sha rp point
was.tI ale e coId sni umon resoluit ion
ti it tliet. lio threw thee dagger aside
;e:id gzroanled ini tet ror. lie stroveo to
"Oughet Nero,"' said hie, "to be
afraid I Shall the Emperor be a
cowigrd 1 No. Let mc (lio courage
Agin b1le g rasped thle da:gger, atix
tusly exain ted its keetn edge, again
ho thirew it asuide with i groan of des
dust then the oluitter of hiorsemnen
was hteardl, anid a party of draigooiis
en sLeln apreoaintg. Ii s retrcsat
waet dliscoveredj,un td ini a few mlomlenlts
N 0 wouIld be lh elle.- ini tho hanids
eef hiis enemtiies. Tlhen there would be
'.m peossibtele escape ft omi thle igiinin..
eans and IiItgonizing death. In the do
liriumn of despair, Ihe ordered a freed.
man to hell ea sharp sworud, so that lie
mi ght throw himself violently agaiinst
is. lie thu succeeded in severinig
th julguIar ve in, and1( his life blood
sp~otutd forth. As lhe sank upon the
gr outd, thse solb.i rs came up. lie
looked at t hemis with a mal igniant
cowl, and s.. isng, "You are too late,"
Tfhus p. :ieshteld tis monster of do
pro vit.h isinid that this event
o'ok utI o ehi 29th of Jef, A. D
03. M1n Crv .hristi is at the tisr.e
rupps.sed Noro to be the Anti-Chrnist.
TIhe wrethb lhed relined thirtoon
y ears,uad deted ina the lIhirty-seoond
3ear uf hsie age. 1i vijew let his career
the ton' y -.itionei uponel which the mind
enflo rep.>se is fountd itt thse dleclarattionl
f .%rtpt ee, "Af* er deith cometh
the j tigm~r nt."
The.<e tY miuta (en ied < ig hteen hun.
dre.e 3os agol. D-insg s he long anld
wovy. cOt~tgutes wthich hauve since
elhq'ed, what a spectacle haid this
world almostae constanttlye preiented to
the eye0 of 0 ')d ! The &l~ow1 of war
Lave, WiiM bvcarolv novy intearmision,.
oGunttless millions to Iloody gave
Pentileico and ftniie have ever fur
lowed in the trAin of armies, oreating
on aumoutit Lf misely, which 1o ,srith.
unetio can guage. Intensperauce,
domoetio ditcourd, ungrovernable pas
sions, the tyranny of kings, the oppres.
sion of the ricb and powerfi, and the
counties forms in whiMb man bas tram
pled upon his feebler brother man,
have made this world indeed a vale
of te-us. The student of history is
appalled in view of the woes which
during century after century, man
has visited upon his fellow-man. For
all this there is and there can be no
remedy but in the religion of Jesus.
Here is the penacca for nearly every
earthly woo. Here, and here only, in
there hope for the world.-Christain
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Cures the Worst Pains In from Ono to
NOT IN ONE HOUR.
After reading this advertisement need
any one Suline with Pain. lladway's R teady
Relief is -a cure for every pain. It was the
first amn is
The Only Pain Remedy
ha lin isruin junity slops tihe m1ost. exciullinting
pnin, liy. Infitiimmations, and ures Con.
gesitions. whel her of fihe lunng, Stomach,
lowels, or other glandt or organs, by :ore
app11lient lo .
In from one to twenty minutes, tino mat
Ier hoiw violent or exernielating thepain the
Itheumntic. let-ridlen, Infirin, Ciippled.
Nervoos, Neuralgic, or prostrated witih
diseve mnny stiffer.
RADIVAY'S READY RELIEF
Will n ford instant ense. Inflaninrnion of
I lie Kidneys, illaimoniion of the I lidder,
I in1iiuinliolt ofn ofit le owels, ('oligest ion 0l
I e Liungs, "'ore Throat. Uillill Brent bll ,g,
Palpit ation of the Ilenrn. yst erics, ('rolp,
Diptheria, Catatrrh, in1fllenza, Ildendache,
Toohnolie, Neuralgia, Ithetiiistni, Cold
Chills, Ago Chills.
te nppislicaion of the Reatly ltelief to
tle parl or parts where fle patin or difli
onlly exists will afford case aid confort.
Twenty drops in half i t uibler of waser
will ;n a few monenile eure Cramps.
NpsAsmis, Sour Stomach, Ieartburn, Sick
liewndiche, Dirrrhma, Djentery. 'olic,
Windi in fle B->wels, anl all tie Internal
Travelers should always carry a bo0le1i
of l llwnay' Rendy Relief witi then. A
tew drop in watter will prevInit eSiCAnes01
pains frm change of wn er. i is lieu er
ilhan lFet li-atrandy or Bitters na a ntinitu.
Fever u1(d Ague.
Fever aud Ague cired for fifty cents.
Thro is not it rnemedinl agent in this
worl ilint will cure Fever and A gue, nnd
alt otlier M.\litiouis, 1iliolns, Scto Ilet. Ty.
lhoid. Yelbow. and other Fievers (nitled by
ltadway's Pills) so quick as loadway's
Ready Itlief. Fifty conis per bottle.
HEALTH I BEAUTY I
Strong pure and riot blood-TInorease of
fle.hi and weight--Clear skin and beautiful
omtplexion Secirel to ill.
Dr. RadIway's Sarsapailla Resol
lins inn! t :, -ai1 en-Iniishing cures, so
quici, so rat id ne tile clnges tihe lody
tnndtargoes, nIider the Influence or tilet
ntly wondirful medicine, that every tiny
ain increcase inn fleh inId weight la ticein nrtl
fell. The Gretat Blood Purifier. Every
drop of the Sarsaparillian lesolvent com
eutnenientles throig the Illood, Sweat, Urinte
annd o1lher fltuid, inted junices of the systene
Sthe valor of life, for it requires the wastes
othne beody with Ino1w antd sound manilerial
Scr olnen, 8yphilie, Ucnsumrption, GJlandu.i
lar disease, U lcers in the Th'lroat, Mouth,
inumnors, Nodes In thne Olandse and othner
Iparts of Ihle system, Sore Eyes, Strumror.
teus dischnatges tnroml thle Enare, anid Ithe
wors'et forms of Sncin dijenses, Erutplionis.
Fever $oresu, Senid Ilendn, Iting Worm, Salt
Itthoum~, Krysipeelas, A ene, Bliack Spots,
Wormsi1 in thne Fleesh, Tuemiors, (lancers in
thne Wonmh aned ell weaketnig aend paeinfutl
disceharges, Night Swets, Loss of Spernm
eand all waestest of thne life principle, are
withmi n thlent cualive ranego of' this wvondtlr of
.\ldern Chtgeistry, annd a few days' use
wvill priove to any person using it for eithner
of I hese forms oel ndisenaso its potent power
If tho epatenut, danily btecomnineg reduiced
by thnce tes antd de~ompjositIon Ithtt is
conei ilnieally progressineg, sunccees in arn
resltng thnese wastes. andi repaIrs the samne
witht new mtert'ial made from hnenithty
blood-amnd this I he Sarsaparillian will and
ndoes snecture--a cure is cert ai: ftor whnen
orcno tise remnedty commnnenoces its work oef
punrilietioin, a lnd suc~tceds in di nminfisig
thne loss of wvaste, Its repaIrs will be
rampid, aind every dnay thne patilent will feel
htimself browing better and stronger, the
foodn digesting better, appetIto improving,
and fieshn andi weighet Increasing.
Not oinly ndoes th It nSrsaparilhlan lIesol.
veint excel all knnown remil agents in
Ine crne of t'hroniae, Scrofuilous, Connstit
t ional, acind 8kini isetaes ; but It Is I hn ontly
positive enre0 for Kidney and Bladder Com-.
Inheinits, Urinney tlnd Womb' Diseases, Orn
I 1, liaetes, Dtropey, Stoppnge of Water,
Incoent inence' of (rine, lirighnt's Disease,
Aibuinurnna, and i nall eases where thnere
are briok dust depositls,or the water is thick,
clouidy, mixod with substancos like fle
white of an egg, or threndet like whito silk,
or there is a mornbid, datrk, biliouns appear
nnee, atnd whit e bone dust deposils, ainnd
when there is a pricking, burning sensa.
tion when panssing watenr, anid pain iln the
Smalel of the Batck and alonig the Loins.
1Dr. 1Rud1Way's P'ertbet Purgat ive
perfectly tastnless, elegantly coaltd withI
sweet gamo, putrge, regnulato. pu ify, cleanse
aned nt rengthIen. lnad way'ms P'ills, for the~
cure of all disorders of lbhetomachl, LIver,
B Iowels, Kidneys, Bladder, Nervouts Din.
eases, Ilemidachne, Constiptilon, Lout ivenes.es
Indigestion, D~yspepsi, llilloousnesnt, liii
lont. Pever, li inimmation of thle Bowels.
Piles nind anlIlDerang, mtenIs of thne Inoternal
Vi uoerae. Warit' ated t o affect a posit ive entre
Purenely Vegetamble, contamining no mnerocury,
mtiner'ahn or deleterious mcedioines.
Obsner'e thne followIng symptomns result.
ig ftrom Disorderas of line lDigestivye Or.
gains: Constipat ion, Iniwardl Piles Full
ness of the Blood in thne hiead, Acitdily of
ilhe stomach, Nanusea. leartbutrn, !higest of
'"ood, Pnllness or Weight in thne Stomnach,
Sourn Erenoitions, Sinking or Fluttering an
the Pit of the 8tomach., Swim:nieng of the
eanl, ilurriedl and Diflicunlt fIreathinng.
A few dose. of Radway's Pill, will free
the system from a., n -* aboy, named dl.
r~sers. Price, 26 0oa13 per box. Mold by
Read "False and True " Send! one let.
ter-stateop to RADWAY & CO., No.8~7
Ma.dnh Lane, New York. Information
worth thousaitls wifl be sent to you.
COTTON, CORN, WHEAT AND -TOBACCO.
CASUT, $50 per- 2000 lb.3. at Factory.
, $55 per 2000 lbs., at Factory,' payable
Nov. 1st, 18'72, WIT HOUT INTERWST.
Factory East -nd hazel Street; Rines on Ashley River.
CL PH SPHATE OF' LIME
COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED I
CASH, $30 per 2000 lbs., at Factorv,
TIME, $35 er 2000 lbs., lit Falctor.y, payble,
Nov. 1st, 1872, WITIIOUT INTEREST.
WM.l C. D Uj K ES & CO.,.
G E EI Al AG T S . -
N>. I Southi Atlantio Wha,arlesto;60, C
M APES' NIllROGENZED
SUPEO-P10SPHATE OF LI NME.
The Oldest Su:per-PFhomplhnte Manuflactured In thtis Counitry.
Composed of pn. 0 l osphiati actuno, Concentrated Anini Amnionical
\Matter and Bulphiaoi' Addme N-) Salt, Sbalt Cake Nitre Catke, Plaster, nor Adulterant or
Alhorbent of any kidl used. Fncory open or in.-pcion at all times.
MVANET1.V YEARS OF 'KiRC1'CAL &EXPEC..
N).roduced in 18tt2. Patented 1.'c. 29, 1859.
Qick netion lit d per.innent in pi-ovenrt in oihn oil. Te tiio y o iindreds of well.
known p~hmnt ra in its favi'or onl every variety tif croip and *toil, even during ex remte od
verso seasos. $45 nmmha--$0 tivi im nynble Nov. 1st. 1l852
3MEisznan t* "EEiolwrc110
Geaueral Agents Jur Sohlt C:rolta, No. 128 Elst Bay, arSo or
T. R. Robertson, A geLtL, Winnsboro,.8. C. jan 27-alm
Three very Superior A rticlem are olfored by Elhe Sulphurio Acid and Sutperph osphate
Company of Charlesion, 8. Co, viS :
A complete manire, ndnpied to Cotion, Grain 1n8d Ttbacco, being te well known nr
tole hereifore ff'erd ai it h I lie very high grade of 15 per cent. disvebed uorn e Peisphate
of Line, Wili lte oditon. nr herofore, of Perovin Guano, Ammonia and Plotsh.
Price $t. per ion, pAid an or befora lhe 1st of Apri next, and $SO per 2ou pyable 1st
November, 1872, i'heui int ereit.
TAe ne, nrtice o llne hig ar de ofe b hoSpha , Acompnd e withohelei
Cmn of Ct eson e 8. uch, a anr a oesrineo h esrtlier:o '
A onplnd Gr a lrpriceih the Eo Gan and Gunoao bPrice l$40 el non paro
o'ie$0jc apmm nmr before tthe 1st of Aprii anext, $4->$ percrton, payable l oebe,'82,wto t
Etirani aDs o'ed.3oie
Avemrnginig fr.m 18 Ia 20 pera ceint of Disasolved Bone Phmosphate,and thus enabling the
planter by ~onmpoasling, I ll abini t wo lans of hmalf that grade at a savinig of aee-halif
cost amnd freightm. Pm icea $35 per imon. if pad onm mor beforo limo first of Apt il next, $40
per Ion, paynble 1st Noven,,~.er, 1872, without itmerest.
TAKE NOTICE. thmat all thmese fertilizers nre of lime highest grade of Slmnbie -Phose
phbate, and n-nmst help for amore thmAn one year. WM. C. BEE & C0,
Gleneral Agents, Chatrlmeston, S. C.
W. M. Dwightm, A gent nt Winnmsboro,8S. C., A. K. Crnig, Agent at Ridgwamy, 8. C.
Thnis Article, prepared by thme Atnle~~l Phosphmale Cotnpanynntnder time direclion of
mieir Chemnist, Drm. $m,. Jhin~ i-tvenel, for conmtpg yit~ Cott~on Seed. i now qiffred
at the Rtemdneed Price of $28 per lar. cmashm, orS81 ptar ton payiblie int Novemmber, 1872,
Free of Intrerest.
Ormders tilled now will beo consimdered an Cath het Maroh, 1872, or on Time as clue 1si
Nmavemmber, 1872, thereby emnablng P'lantersm to hmaumi it at a time whmen thmemr 'inugns anmd
Mules are mIle.
j . PELZEII, RO1DGERS & CO., General Agents,
jan -8mBrown's Wharf, Charilosion, S C.
Thuis Fertllizor, m-mmurfactur ed by the A tlatmlo Phiosphalo llompany, tinder t he dire
lion of theoir Chemi-t, I r. St. Jm'lon Ravenel, mu now offered to tim ,Pllanting Commmnj.
ty at lin very Redneed Prmioo of $48 per ton Cash,-oar $52. paykble! 3'9f November,'1872,
Free or Interest.
This Fertilizor las been veiny metnively used in thmij State,a. and has given entire sat.
lifation tsome of lime most pmractiuali plamlers madmitting it to be egual to Peruviann
Guano, pound for ptounmd.
All sales muade tnow will be conidmered cashm omn thme 1st of Mrarchm, 1872, and to those
bnmying on timnie lime sale will be consmderemf dune otn 1st Novgmjber, JR1f
ily this arrangemnent planters wil hem emn-uhbl. wil boul extra cost, im itinm theirMA
nure At a time whemn thir wagons tdrd mules are' ialle.
Pamphlets containing the ceraifliates of those whmo hamve used thme Atlant-o Phosphate
will be furnmishmed otn apphentamion to time Agentat.
PELZER, RIODGERLS & CO., General Agents,
Jan 2--8m Brown'.sI Wharf,.palmm tem otn, 8. C.
THE S'ONS PHOSPHATE COMPANY;
Of O.21a'estoni, S. C.
Properly appm'ecinting the nlecessmly of fu-stering time planling in'erest of Ihe Southm,
resolved in lime Outset lo offer their FERITILI2EIRS at a pie which would plaee them
withmin thec reach or evety planter.
'I hmey offer their "aSOLUlILE %dUANU," A bomplete Ammenly ed F~ertilizer,, at $453
cash, or $50 0on a eredit to the 1st of Novem'ber next,~h) 4101 ar dot ep n
wtTmoUT INTER3ST. -a~..a *- . Oot~~
The "DI880LVBD PHOBSlIAT," for obntpesting with Cotton 'Seed or Stat-le Ma
nuire, is new oiferetfat the ve~ kw prioc of $2' cash, or, $80 on oredit, as above. This1
Is hilgh.y recommnended by plansors who tited iI last year 1 lmeir entire tmmalefnellot.
WM. R AV ENE L, Ptpn4ent .R Al en1 Agbt Wbdr M~ 0,2O
Dn. ST. Jot.tAN RAVLiNL, Chmmist.
wonid tI e jp.ectfAllV call Iha attentinI
or tie peoplo of Fii'i.d t m.ur
llootir sd Shoe.4, &i.
IMoA nad Coys,
Lowest ri es
They Cin1 bel- bhnt at ji
Any Market of Ouf4 State.
Every lii.e of Goods Full and 'omjetce.
Give onr St(ck a Look.
LADD BROS. & CO.
Wimington, Coinmbiat &\A ugusta
Or7FICE F.Ns ni -rI & T iIU"r A n-T.,
MW '..II so-rox, N. C i.Dec. 1:. 1871.
Via Columbia, S. C. anl ?#ilmingt/uon, X. C
The attent ian of MeAlrchas, Shippers of
Colton anld Prcoduce, and UTfe Pulic gone.
rally is inviled to the Dirfet ('onn.ction now
existiiig, between a'I ) melor rei4 int
South (!nrolin aid Nohen (..it0ie.1 by tit
Wilmington, Colu mh'1, and August a Rail
road, aid its coA ae ions at Wilumaingtonh,
either via Steam Ship Lines 'rmitlt Port.
or via Wilinitigio nnd Weldon Uinilrond
and its conanections via Iortsmouth or P
Thie %srintis lines connecting at these
terwinal points. afford facilities for ship
ments to, or frIom
New York, fire ime,, per wook.
Uniformi rutes nrona itaied with nil
comzpeting lini'a No elienulon ocurrs' a.
siggent s, Th'irouagh I. its Laingaa gi v el be.
I weep -all stat ions5 a nd pors tante,, --
hates atndlcaica~tioi sheets obtaned of
all agetm s. I
T'he P'asaner eheauc nie of \'ighit Tlintii
fron', and .iornaing Tia siin ino ii,.inob-a.
gives ai Suior~lii conn iinn111 for alil point.i
on Grena ille and Coha abia, antd :Chnetene,.
Col~nr~biai and AtnAunja lltailroads ; giving,
a Ila'y. ijne connieCa io via P'..rl imomt b, ant
10.11I"u , Al URil7CecIon s iin W mai ngon, atmi
Through Ticke'ts 01 sale at Colnia I
all points Noth.
For rat s, classiftio n ad ll ax i nfo trtma.
tion, apply to
Oen'l Fraeia htand icke A gent.
The Celebrated Fertilizers,
A F 31,A;l Y
*Wikcox, Gibbs & Co.,
importers anud iealers in (tlanios,
-161 .|aJll /;y, Charlesn, S. (!.
Y. L. Elliott & C.o., Agents, Winnasboro,
ftuff & Oligud, .Agenat flidgeiway, P>. C.
Yot flt-ther Intomaatiot aPtly or address
rlla9~ f Atn nu c for j$7'd,
11ARIY IIO0II, Qoodurihi and Pinak Eye.
?4jan 20 nBEATY 1. nu
Je. ar0114, r n.
BNXILION10.4F Ilnr4Testineny to theIr
Wesseerfaeel Curntive JIfrects.
Vinegar Bittoe are not a vile Fanoy
Drink, Atado of Poor Itum, WhiNskey,
Proof ptirit e ad Itenssoe Liqueirio, doe
tored. epiced and sweetened to pleasse She taste,
called " TonicS," " Apotizes." '' Restorers," dre.,
that lead the tippler on to druinkenuness and ruln,
but are a true Meircine, made from the Native
Roots and Iterbs of California, free firen nlI
Aloofkolic St.indulante, They are the
GIMEAT IM00D) PlltIFIElt nsse A
LI1FE UIVINU PltINCIPl4a, a Perfect
Renovator and Inviorator of the tysten, carry
Ina off all poisonous matter and restoring the b ,bod
to a healthy condition. No person can take these
Bitters according to directions and remain long
unwll, provided their bones are not testroied
by mineral poison or other means, and the vital
organs wasted beyond the point of repair.
They onit i ( ooutle Purantive te well
an a Tonle, possessing, also, thle peculiar mserit
,f acting as i powerful agent in relievaing Conges
ton or inflammation of the Liver, and of all the
FOIL FEIA LE CO3IFlA INTS, whether
in young or old, married or single, at the dawn of
womanhoot or at the turn of life, these Tont Bit
ters have tin equal.
For Infilaemsstory and Chronic Mbes
nemit tsm suitl Gont, ilyapepsia or In.
digrttion, 111,il , Itemsittent nail
Internamlitent Fovers, Diseases of aho
lloot, Liver, Kidneys anl illadder,
these liii Iers; have been most euccessfhl. Sech
Jii.enseloo are caut-4 by Vitiated llond,
wileb Is generally proitticed by derangement of
the Digentive. Orunns.
DYSPEPHIA OIlt INDI(ESTION,
Ilentincho, ain ini the Skottillore. Uonghs. Tight
ness of tie Cliet. Diaziness, Sour Eructations of
the Stomlnelt, Had Titto in the Mouth, Bilions
Attiaekr, l'alpitatinn of the Heart, Inflammation of
the L.nuats, Pain in ther.'gions of the Kidnoej, and
a httntirerl other iainfui sympiltoms are the off
spriigs of Dy1sepIa.
They invigurate the Stomach and stimulate the
torpil L.iver and Duwelp, whicl render them of
un1cu.lleei ed enclley in cleans!g titse biloe of all in
puritie, itti imparting tnew life ant vigor to the
FOIL MKI N IISEAMES, EniptionaTetter,
Salt litheitcm. liltehus. Spots. Plmniples. Pustules,
U-til., Untrbinelen, llinmg-Wornit. ous id lead, sore
I ' Ite1. Setirfe, n4itninratioisof the
ki,. Iliniore utit in'wase. uf the Skin, of what.
t.-r unine 4ir onature, are itlerally duni up antd Car
ri- ii onit of thee nins ioa hort ineiv by the nao of
the'., ii ifter,. hie 1,nt1 Ie- in m14, enses will eon
vince tile most incureltulotg iof t heir curativoeffect.
Clennodo the Vitiated iiio<1 whelt'overyou lul its
impmtai:.il ImrAtiig thrcnlghi tihe shin ins P'imples,
Emiptioas or Sores clonutiso it when you find it
obstruttemi nmil sluggish ine the veins: cleanse it.
whetn it is foul.n5 your feelings will tell You whin.,
Keep the pkood pltire, andthe hedltl of the system
PIN, TAPE, niud other WORMS, nrking
tin thu asetem of so may thousands, are effectually
shrtro)' id and removed.
801L1) BY AlI. RUO(IU ISTB AND DBALElS.
J. WALL lKll, I'roprietur. 1A. 14. McDONALD &
CO., Irn lta mod (in, Agnts.a tin 'rn o,
Cnt., ni : and :11d~ Conmmerce Stret. -e ok
Hay ! hay! IHay!
For iie by
jan 20 BEATY & 110.
Chlarlotte, Coluintbla and Augustj
Cor.uArnIA, June 1, 1871.
flF tnlowing Passengel. SColedtule will
go in to fIfect. on t his 11oad on Alit afL er
*:tnity, Jnne 1.
DAY TitAiN.-oolN OtoTH.
Leave Augusta, at 8.16 a mn
" Cnaimibisa. 8. C., 8.25 p ii
'' Winnabioro. 10 27 a m
" Chess er', 12 2 pim
.\rrive ait Chinlo:te, N. C. 8.00 p ni
Ni0IIT TItA IN--oINo NoitT f.
ti'sve Amigiista at 63.00 p in
S Cot. mbiia, 11.20 p ms
" Witnnmsboro, 1 !7 a m
" Chiester-, 2.00 a tm
tmrr ive nt Chtaretlt, 6.80 a a
hA Y T RA IX--G(,,s do0soiff.
Leve-re Chlm~otte, N. C. at 7.80 ai n.
" Chest er, 10 16 a m
" 'Wininsboro, 12.00 p m
" Columbia 2.80 p in
.\rrive at Augusta 7.60 p in
Leave Chiarlotte, 8.10 p tm
" Chester. 10 .80 p am
' Wimnsboro, 11.9 p in
" Coluirja, 2.28 a ms
Arrive ni Ausgu-n, 7.80 a m
iE. P. ALEXANDER, Supt.
E. RI. Denspav, GJenei atl Tiket Agent.
Pure Tripoli mnd Emory.
ELkonto ,jeweller's andtc silver~
Pmth s pertior and econoilcat
nrticle fori eleaning and burnishing Go'd,
lver'c, Cuppper, Sleet, Btritannia and oter
Metals, and also for eleitning Windows,
Mirt or. and Glassware. For sale by
sept 6 MoINTYRP, & f'O.
PAIFICO UANO COMPANY'S
Acid Phosphate of Lime.
Foit CoMI'osTiNo WITh oo7T0N SEP.
Prico $25 Oash, with Usual Advance for
rI n~rtiele Is prepared under te super
nitaendeonce of Dr. St. Jutioen Rayenel
expressly for comipostinig whith colron seed,.
It was in roduce~d biy this Cormpany two
years ago, and its tise hag flly attestedl
its value. 200 to 250 pounds of flits ati..
ole per acre, properly comnposted withI the
samite weighit of~ cotton seed, furnishes theo.
planter with Iii Ptrtlzer' of the highest ox
ellenee at the sinallesi- ost. A coampost
prepared withI thtis article, as by printed
dtireot ions futrnigtid. coitists all the oe.o
menits Af.ti-rtility-thatt can. enter into a fit
class hFeutiizer,.while iis (Qonomy mlust,
ecomtmenit ts lineral use ho plan erne.
I-or supplica antI prinld dilrdcolha..s for
coampostin~g ppply to
.T. N. ltOfnsO?,
Agonts Pao fio Ounitm Cotperfy, NoO-0 Entt
Bay alu osn 3 aed .2 'Atanic WYirfy
- Chtarles&tton. 8, C,
Jito. 8. Ri~Eag & Co. eelAg ts
nov 80+8in . .
PotatocA of t o 'dth rai , ri
Ilose, larly Goodrich,i'ink Eye and Peah
ltow,.lJust received by
injn 1:: J. Mc AL.
P. ,I-Vc GUANO.
lorob$46 Who * h lni Aa+gag ftor
XPE R NCE in tIheuse of this Guano for
ihea past Piz yeap,rs t- 3 ipj tt or
Cottelm aid-Cores - fr. siviA lighehts
character fo'r e1eetiie'NTtoe aus to nor ous.
ment. .nncasd ry, e- - : . I . .
In accordance with the establishJ4 policy
of the C(ompagy to furnish tie best
Conoontiatt'd ertilisavie at &he lo*est oost
to consumers, this Guano is put into market
this season ql the above reduced price,
.which the -Company is enabled to d6 by
reason of its large facilities and the re.luoed
cost or nmnuicoture.
The siuplies put ito niArket this seaspa
nr., As heretofore. prepared unler phe r
Pnal i uperintenleice of Dr. St. Julian
Hlavenel. Chenist of Company, at Chsrles..
ton, F. C., hence, plun ers-inAy rest assured
that its Quahity and Composition is pro.
olely tIhe same as that heretofore 'kold.-.
At ihe present low price every nore planted
enn be fertilized with 2110 pounds Guano
at a cost not exceeding the pres. nt value pf
30 poind.s of ontton. whiles experience has
shown that under Invorable comditions of
season ai1 cnhivatilon theorop Is increasic
by iie application froin two to threefol
the natural cipicity of the soil. Hence,
under no conditions could its appliention
fail to compenate for the outliy. Apply to
J. N. HOBSON.
Agent Pacino Goiano Company, No. 68 East
fay and Nos. I and 2 Atlantio Wharf,
Charlestan4 8. C.
J-o. S. Iitiies & 0o., General Agents.
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, &c.
P. -'P. T' 0 .A. I. E
Manufacturer and Dealer.
No. 20 layne Sireet and Ilorl6eck's Wharf,
OHARLESTON, S. C.
SW- This is the largest And most cons
plete factory of the kind in the Southern
8taites. and all articles in this line can bp
furnilhel Ly Mr. P1 P. Tonle at price
which defy competition
AgS- A pamphlet witi full and detailed
list of all sizes of Doors, Vashes mnd Blinds'
and the prices of enchi will be sent fret
andpost paid, on application to
P. P TOALE.
july 11 -ly Charlesten, S. M:
Sitly-Five First Cliss lreia Awae
MA NVFA CTORY.
Win Knabse , Co.
NAJ4VFAOTUR I9I Of
Grand, Square and Upright
Thiesei instruments have been bofore tIme
Public for nearly Thirty Years, and upon
their excellence Alone attained and unpur
chased pre.enminence, which pronounces
them unequaled, in Tone, Touch, Work.
manship anid Durability
IS" All our Square Pianos have our New
Improved Overstrung Scale and the Agrafie
g'- We weuld eall special attention to
our late Patented Improvemients in Orand
Pianos and Square Grands, found in so
othier Piano, which-brinig the Piano nearer
Perfection than has yet been attained.
Eivery Piano Fully Warranted/for F'we Years
$& We are by special arrangement en.
abled 'to furnish Parlor Organs and Melo..
deous of the mesat celebrated makers,
Wholesale and Retail at lowest Factory
illustrated Catalogues and Price List
promptly furnisahed on applIcation to
W M.KN ABh & 00., -ig
Or any of established agen
clo.g. nov 9-fsa
e PFrein Neirs,
Sir Jamnes Olark's Female Pills.
These invaluable Pills are unfailing In
tihe cure of all those painful and dantgerous
dtscae to which the female constitution is
subjeot,. They nitoderabe all excesses and
remove all obstructions, from whatever
To Married1 '.aadies
they are particularly suited. 'They will in
a short, t ime bring on umontihly period wi th .
regularity ;and although very powerful,
contain nothing hurtful to the constitution.
In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affec
tiocs, Pains ins thue Back and .Limbs, Fa
tigue on slight exertion,. Palpitation of the
H eart, ilysteriis and W~hites, t~hoy will ef
fect a cure when all other means have fail
edi. The pamphlet arond' each package
has full direction. and advice, or will be
sent free to all writing for it, sealed from
It is limo fate of every truly valuiablo
medicine to be counterfeitedi. Job Moses'
Sir James Clark's Female Pills arc eaten
sively counterfeited, The genuine have
the nntic of "Job Moses" on eaoh pesckage.
All others arc worthless. Dishsoneet Drug
gists endeavor to sell the counterfeits lo
soake greater pronts.
N. f.-In all cases w hpre the genuIne
cannot, be obtained,'Oie D'olla; ene losedl to
the Solo ProprietOtY JOBAl M08E~8, 18
Cortland street, New York, will insuire a
bottle of the genuise, contanining FIfty
Pills, by return math, securbij 'skiled from
any knowledge of its contents.' ' jue
R. J. MetARhFY has a splendid lot -of
latige Ornges, the'bebt sin market.
ha huai also lately receival a well select
ed lot ofFine Imnporte4 Cige g, which 1'e
guaratees will glie~ dtitirdE hiisfaction to
lovers of."the IWeed."
A choice stoek of .very Obo-old Wills..
Old Jamaica Ru~ nd MoE yan's Im port
ed Ale: Partids in betOf' ny tof te
above art ieles, wIll (do well to examine sdy
st ock buefore. putrchasing elsewhIiere.