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Ballee (or the Goose Is Saoce for the
The Legislature has passed an act
for the telief of the widows and or
1.hana of lOitson. killed by the Xu.
Klux. The net provides thAt a tax of
one half a mill shall he levied in the
nino o.,unt les whero the w i t of haoas
corpls is -uspi-nded. It also providts
that $IL per month shall be paid to
ctselh of tuoh widows during their
wid.pwhcod, and ,ix dollars per month
to e:ech orplhin or fatherless child
iuntil they are fifteen years old.
il.1 the L-gi [.sture been disposed
to ie ju,t as well as generous, they
would h4ve remembered that the
vidiows in orphans of poor \latt
Siovns and D.puty Sheriff, Daniel
Smitih, %Oho were brutally murdered
by Se .tt's militinl, are still living,
and in ver3 indigotit cireicntances.
Althoi. .' hey were ntrdeied in cold
bl!food by the State militia, with the
S-to arm .tl i ere is u-, dotibt that
1-111 I a ,O who were afierwtird.i
nil. ie; b,,. the ,j Klix committed
th. flml diveels, w# think tho hi-oce-nt
sictrer., fron ti.o murder bj Sdutt's
il itia are entit ile to is mluch tymi -
paIlhy atid Im-ist neo from the State
as th suffer-!rs fromi the Ku Klux
outrages.- Union Times.
How New Humpshire was Carried.
It is stated that five hundred clerks
and laborers in various departments
and workshops, under the G overnment
at Washington, were given ten days
leave of absence "to go home to vote"
-at the luto election in New Hanip
shire. In other words, five hundred
clerks and workmen were off duty, in
order to suppoit the adninistrat.ion
by voting tho Radical ticket, and for
doing which they reocived their re
gular pay, averaging $5 per day, or
$2,500 per day for the entire force,
which for ten days, makes $25,000,
paid by the United States Govern
met for five hundred Hadioal votes !
The "blue book" only shows 93 Now
Illmpshire clerks as employed in the
The Washington Patriot asks how
then comes it that nearly two hun.
dred have left that department alone
to W. 1..... , ,,ot in New lanip
shiro ? \Vho will rise L. ,Xolain ?
If there evor was a chance for os.:i
service refm im, then this is one.
Explosion of a Bellows.
A singular iecident is recorded in
the Louisville Courier Journal. A
Mr. Voith, baeksmuith, in the city,
commenced work early in the morning
as usual, by blowing up a fire in the
forge hy ineans of his bellows. After
pumping the lever for sotim time, the
coal heing weit lighlud and ovut,biag
ready, it seems that lie Inaned upon
the lover until all the air had escap
ed from, the bellows, and whet lie re
lieved it ot the weight the bellows fill.
ed with the ga!s froal thee forgo in.
stend ol'drawing air through the valve
undeeiath. In an instant the gas
ignited by the fire in thee forge, and a
terrifio explosion occurred, which
F0un1ded like the fitig of a canne on.
Tho hellown w;s torn to pices.
Several iron misies lying on tho
concern wert hurried to the roof of
the bu1ldl1ny, end a large hammer
was sent whirliin. close to Mr. Vijth'sa
lie .d. F r unitely no serious dam.
ago was dons, exce.pt to the bellows,
whichi wacs torn to piec'es, anid the
nerves of Mr. Veith, was badly fright
We lear n that the0 18th inst.., is
the dacy fixed for the argument of
Mossis. Johmnson anid Scanbery, on the
ques' ions that they tai.<ed here In the
Ku Klux enis antd catried tip to the
Sup:etie Court of the Country. We
tnre infoermedt th1t the celebrated ad
vocate~ Div id l)udley F,eld, of New
York ha soeired h,is services to unite
with Mesurra. Johni~sn and Stanebery,
in the very ilcnportasnt quetions at.
Iassue. The poinuta that wilt be raised
by these dist tingmuished hawyeirs are
grea.t sail v ital as res.pects personalI
Iibh 'ty an id fed era Ile poer., antd mii-i
tacy law. It is a ttesr thtat eon
COt Is tnt ounly the 'Suithlern Stattes
but the wvhle Ciuttry, for civil lib
erty sand Ilahcens Corpus will be on
trial. We shsall await with much
interest acnd great cotecern, the do.
cisionc whlich ahtall be mrade upon the
importatnt qusotions to lie submitted
for debate and juidgmzenct. Much
hcantgs uponm the resumlt, acnd we are
grainfed to say that the frietnds
of civil liberty and eonstittioneal law
are tnot without strong hopes that the
decisiotn of the Supreme Court will be
a triump~hal vind icastion of the points
made here by M esses. Johnrsons and
The rapid and extensive growth of
debaing and obsonne literature has
at last exeited geel alarmc through
out society. Ine m.niy States string
ent laws are beiag enacted, and in
several Northern cities proscriptive
societies li-eve been formed, in order
to guard the youneg and innocent
against their corrupting influences.
This is a good miovetment, and one
not mande too early Unless a atop is
soon put to the deluge of obseene
literature, which has swollen to seuoh
huge and alarming proportions since
the war, its eff, ets will be pernmanent
ly stamped upon our national eharac
ter, and will in titme seriously under
mnine our standards ofmorality and
virtue. The dauger is a pubie one,
and ealls for a general union through.
out the laned in resistineg it.
The ho raesin Ariaana subaisb on
dry pea vines that would make a horse
sick to lobk at in a civilized country -
but the Indianes outdo them. They
eat tunas of the cactus, and pepper
them with the alkali of the plaicns to
psist the internal macehinery in eut
tiroff the rough ede.
The Groat Firei,
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The .14111n & Ilalimlin Org.s Co., respeer.
filly antnotuce the i r duction of improve.
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est. These are
Reed and Pipe (abinet Organs,
being the tnly successful comubiatlon of
Real Pipes with reeds ever made;
Day's Transporting Kov-Board,
which can be instantly moved to the right
or left. changing the pitch, or transpoiing
the key. For drawings and description, see
Now and Elegant Styles of Double Reed
at $140, $132 and $125 eseoh. Considering
Capacity, Elegance ntind Thorough I;xoel
lence of Voi kmatship, these are cheaper
than any before offered.
The Manson & lamlin Organs are no.
knowledged BF8r, and frosn extraordinary
facilities for mauitifnitre th.s Company
can afford. ar,d now undertake to sell at
prices which render theim
Four Ohtive Organs $60 eich; Five Octave
Organs $100, $125 ntd upwards. With
three sets reeds $160 and upwards. Forly
styles, tip to $1600 cnch.
New illustrated Catnlogue, and Testiemo
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One Thousund Musoinins, sent free.
:Mason & Hainlin Organ Co.,
164 Tremnont at., Boston, 69U Broadway, N.
Red Rust Proof Oat.9 $ a Bushol;
Orchard Grass $3.60 a bushel. Send 8
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FieldPed--,p seeds, Flower-eds
Agricultural I mpensiet .ed e, le s,
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much valuable Informnation nas to time an13
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Seedsauin, I . 0. Box 280, Atlanta, Ga
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H ISTORY OF
By Win. SMITH, LL.D.
Author of Bmih's ible bIutionar'y. It
contains over 260 fine Boriptutre 11 ustra
tlons and 1,106 pages. and Is the most coin
prehmenslve and valuable IHistory of the lii.
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feb10 T. R. ROBERTSON.
0ITO0N,9 CORN, W'HE AT AND TBCO
CAS, $50 per 2000 l-bs.v V.,t:y.
rIME, $55 per 20.00 lbs., at Factory, payable
Nov. 1st, 1872, WITHOU'7 INTEREST.
Factory East end Hazel Street; Mines on Ashley River.
ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIM E
CONPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED!
CASH, $30 per- 2000 lbs., at 11etiory,
TIME, $35 pe. 2000 lbs., at 'actory, payable,
Nov. 1st, 1872, WITHOUT 1NTEREST.
WM. C. D U KES & CO.,
Gi ENE R A 1, A GEHNTS,
No. 1 South Atlantic Wharf, Charleston, S. 0.
SUPER-P OSPiATE OF LIME.
The Oldest Super-Phosphate Manufactured In this Country.
Composed of Bones, s, Pso!phatio Gu1no, Concentrated Animal Anmonical
a-nad Suilphutiri Acid No Salt. Salt Cake Nitre Cake, Pl-tter, nor AdLuleraut. or
Absorbent ur nny kind used. Fitulory open for inspection at. fill ltimes.
N 41''N YEARS OF PiAMTICAL EXiER?IENCP.
Introduced in 1852. 'atented Lec. 29, 1859.
Qu;ck aotion ard pernmanent irprovement to the soil. Teatimo my of hundreds of well.
known planters in i#s 1avor on every variety of eop and soil, even during extreine ad
ver ie seasons. $45 c:sh-$40 time, pnynble NoV. t, 1862.
General Agents 'or South caroiua, No.18 E ay, ln,. c.
T. R. Robertson, Agent, Winnsboro, 8. C. -)jan 27--3m
AIANTI ACID PHOSPHATE.
This Article, prepared by the Atlnntic Phosphate Company, under the direction of
their Chemist, Dr. et. .1elln W-xvenlel, for composting wilh Coltn Seed, is now offered
at tie Reduced Price of $28 per ton cash, or$31 per ton payable 1st November, 1872,
Free of Interest..
Orders tillkd now will be constidered as Cash lst. March, 1872, or on Time as dne 1t
November, 1872, thereby enabling Planters to haul it at, a time when their In'agons atnd
Mules are idle.
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents,
Jan 2-8m Brown's Wharf, Charlesion, 8. C.
TIhis Fertsiier. mannfactusred by the Atlantic Phosphato Company, under the direc
tion of 5ts Itemsi-t. Pr. Mt Jus'ion Rtavenel, is now offered to th Planting Commustni.
ty at h.e very Itedt.ced Price of $48 per ton Cash, or $52 payable 1st Novcember, 1872,
Frco Of Jnterst.
This Pettilizer. has been very e'xtensivel1y sed( iln this Stato, and has given entire sat
inttion ; some of thme tmost practical plnsers adtmitting It. so be equid to Peruvian
Gluano, t'ousnd 6'r pousnd.
All antles ma,'i' ntow will be considered cash on thme 1st of March, 1872, and to those
buying ottn t ho saile wilt be cossdoredl date on 1st Novemtber, 1872.
lBy thIis arranigem1et pInanters wvill Isi esntbld, witllsout extra cost, to haul their Ma
nurec at ai time when thirs wa:gomns a ndmi airsre idle.
Pamphlets cotiining the certrificates of those who have used the Atlant'e Phosphate
will be furnished on np'luientlon to the A~grnts.
jan 2-la,PELZERI, RODGERS & CO., General Agents,
.inlm rown's 1 hasrf, Chtar-lepion, S. C.
SIiy Five Fifsi ('Inss Medalls AWafdled. )osSahs Bin ,&c
' I1ANU,FACT ORY.
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PIANO FORTF.S, '1
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Public for nearly Thlirty Years, 'andi upjons
their excaller,ce alone atuninedt ands sunpsur- .P I ..I
ohsed pre.emai tne, whlichI paronoun ces Mnfcue n elr
ttems une'qsulesl. in Ton'se, Touch, Work- o 0JaieSrs n Jrln' ie!
smasnship nnd Duarnsbilit y
8fF Alt our $quarie Piane athave our New CH RE ON S..
Impromved Overt rung Sec .lo anda the Agranoe
$1W We wouhsl emi special attention to plt atsyoti.kidinheSiler
anr Inte l'altentedi Imp5rovemessnts inm Oratndi lue,ailml rilsI lisln a
P'inois andI $quar. Grsamds, finnd' in futino, yM.P.P ol tpie
whrs- r'inne ta.wl. ich bing I Ie.Plianmo nearerwlesdfyonetto
Per'ect ion ia hsas ci et ben as tai ned - un he.Wt fs n t' ie
A'erry Ptano Fully, Wrarranted) fo.he Year.stdtm re~o -sb illes'Lfe
l"Weare by spsec'ml nirrnge.aent en.ed o plei;saii
ibled t furn-tish Paerlor- Orgais and Melo0.. jd 11 htlso,S~
Ieonss of thse mn st celebrt'ated imakeis, _____ _______
WVhsslesale aind Retauil at lowest Ftactosry'ru ndSel
llustrated Cataloguses and Ptrion List PO OtiSaa ag o ri r
)rsomptly turnished omn apr,llcininn to Iwr.As 10tp-tn op li
WM3. KN AlIE & C.0, Onhsg nIDonloosns
thiltimore, MId b1McATl&I;c.
Or any of estabbtahoal agen
- I) ST TManudfctrewang Deacher a
cNt.2 ayn rer t nlrbeksWaf
Jan 3 DACO & C. Wo onH AREST. ode Ware
- -~~-- An Thigan lot ohe lres and mlnse Cm
PIG UMS!npes, Cedal aride in Itis low fao
furni o f I IAM,j eeie.cshed by Mr. . EPTE8 at pCes
Tea l)rI~klis( or l(l Fi&letsg ofa Do eopor,s ndc Blimits,
(jN moe emes of ~tat nc ~VCL O. and tbe p9r tofec. Thl e snnt havee
aI AA E..wihhsgv nd poe lstpaitd o applinstiop to
P.bttsera.d~itoinweeerue.isae,- P TOALe,e
Julyt a1ria.3y.NI.har les, 80
feb 7 BATY ROS fe 17Ins and te dan.
RADWAY1' RFAQY RELIEF
Oures the Worst P11s iP from One td
NOT IN ONE BOUR.
After reading this advertitement ne.
any one Suffer with Pain. Radway's Ready
Relief is a ouro for every pain. It was thb
first and is
The Only Pain Remedy
that instoni,y stops tle most exoruttiating
pains, allays Inflnmmtua loop, and oures Con.'
gestions, whether of the Lungs, Stomach,
Dowels, or other glands or organs, by one
in from one to twenty minutes, no mat
ter how violentr or extrucinting li pain the
Rhosi*malic. Beti-ridden, Infirm, Ci1ppled,
NervoVOS. Neur*jlgio, or prosirated with
disenso mny Puffer.
RADIWAY'S READY RELIEF
Will afford instant enso. Inflawninmtion of
the Kidneys, lnifalmnaion of the Bindder,
1(ilinammation of .1he B Cw-, 'onlyestion of
the lings, Sore liroat. Dillieti Drea-chi -g,
Palpitation of tie flenrt. I esteie.s, (1r1p,
Diptherin, Catatrh. lotinenza, ilindache,
Toothiache. Neuralgia, Rhlieuninism, Cold
Chills, Age Chilus.
l'ie npipliention of the Rteady Rulief no
tIne part or parts where Ilse pitin or Jiffi
cully exists will affoind ease and comfort.
Iwenty drops inl half a iminbler of winser
will in a few mointents core Cranipp,
Spsisms, Sour Stomach. learthurn, Sivk
lendaoihe, Diamrhoea, Dj.mentery. Mle,
Wind in the Bowels, and all the Internal
Trikvelerq should olways carry n bottlt
of idi wny'. temdy telief withf them. A
few drops in wnter will prevent sicAne1s or
pai.ns from calin'ze of water. It i.n better
ih;in FreLch Brandy or Ditters as a sit-n.
Fever and Ague.
Fevern and Agne cured for tifty ceitt.
Th'.re6 is not, a reinediol igennil in this
worlid ilhal will cure Fo ver and A gie, and
nl other .Malirious, Iiilims, sen,litt, Ty
phoid. Yellow. and other Fevers (nided by
Hadway's lillm) so quick as lidilwny's
Readiy telief. Fifty cents per bottle.
HEALTllh I BEAUTY I
Strong pure and rich blood-Increase of
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Dr. Radway's Sarsaparilla Resol
Has made the -nost astonishing cures; so
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unnd,rgoes, inder Iin influence 'of this
truly wonderful medicine. that every day
ann increase in flesh nnd weight. is seen and
felt. The Greist Bloodl Purifier. Every
drop of the Snrsaparillian Rlesolvent von
municates through tine Blood. .1wea, Urine
and other fluids and jiices of the systei
the valor of life, for it requires tie wastes
of hlie body wilh new and sound niaterial
Scrofula, Syphilis, Ccnsumption, Glandu
lar disease, Ulcers in tie Throat. Mouth,
Tumors, Nodes in the Glands and onher
parts of tine system, Sore Eyes. Strumor.
cus discharges from tie Ears, nnd the
worst forms of Satin ditreasos, Eruptions.
Fever Sores, Scald Head, Ring Worm. Salt
Ilicun, Erysipelas, Acne, Black Spots,
Worms in. tie Flesh, Tumors. Cancers in
tie Womb and all weakening and painful
dioulsa,gue, Night, Swents, Lome of Sperm
and all wastes of the life principle, are
w'thin tine curative range of this wonder of
Modert Chemistry, and a few days' use
will prove to any pernson using it for either
of these forms of disease its potent power
If the patient, daily becoming reduced
by the wastes and decomposition that. is
cont inually progressing, succeeds in ar
resting these wastes. and repairs tine same
with new inaterial made from healthy
blood-ant this the Snrsaparillinn will and
does sectre--a cure is certain: fbr when
oice this remedy commences Its work of
purification, &no succeeds in diminishing
thne loss of wastes, its repairs will be
rapid, anal every day tine patient will feel
imnself growing better and stronger, thne
food dligesting better, appetite imiprovinig,
and flesh anid weight increasing.
Not only does tine Sarsaparilhtan lieho
vent excel all known remnedial agents in
tihe cunre of (Chroni,n, Scrof'uhous, Conan: -t
tionnl, andi Skin diseases ; but it is thne ontly
positive cure for Kidney anti landder Ctm
plaints, Urinary and Wombl Djiseases, Grae
ei. D)Iabetes, Dropsey, Stoppage of Wanter,
incontinence of Urine, Bright 's Disease,
Albumninnura, and in all cases whnere there
are brick dust deposits,or tine water is thick,
cioudly, miixed with sunbsfances like tine
wiit of an egg, or threads like wie silk,
or thnere is a mnorbid, diark, billionts appear
ance, and whnite hone dust deposits, and
when thnere is a pricking, burning seinna.
tion whnen passing water, and pain in the
Small of theo Back aind alotng the Loiuns
Dr'. Rad way'8 Perfe,ct Purgative
perfectly tasteless, efeganutly coated with
sweet gunm. purge, r'eginbite. pun ity, cleanse
aind strengthnen. Elndway's Pills, 'ior the
cure of a ll disorder's of 1hne it omaichn, 1,iver,
Bowels, Kidineys. ladindor, Nervouns is
eases, lie.ndaei, Conustipar ion, t,.ostjyena'. .
Inidigest ion, Dlyspepsia, lsillion.~g,ns Lii
linu Fevenr, Ilmflanmnationn at tihe ikowels,
Piles innd all Dorng men insor the int erun-i
Vi crn. Winra nited inn iitfeci a p"-sitive eurie
P'atrehy Vegeranble.. containing nto mnencury,
minerals orn denleniritnnmeticines.
Observe tine followintg symptomna reutnlt.
itng tritn D)i'onders of tiho lDinest ive Or.
gains -Coinat ntion. Iinward Pifen, Full.
ness of nine hlood in line Iflend, Acitdiy of
tihe St,nmach, Naunsean. lrearltburn, 'lignst of
t'o-,d, Ftlfiness orn weight in the Stomach,
Sour Ertntantioins. Sinking or Fltterin;r at
lhe Pit of te Stomanchi, Swimmaning of tine
enl. ii nrriend and )iflliunlt fireanflhing.
A few dnse.s of Raudwany's Pills will free
s system fronm a.: 'e above rn.umedl di5
e. Prnios, 24 "ets per box, sold by
fRevd n Paise an-i Tn's " Sendl on, let
stom,n to RADWAY & CO. No. S
-i Lane, Now Yornk. I-:form4 tic
rfth thontstnde will lie sent to you.
Hereo They Corne,
THERE THEY GO.
(loing and coming. oming and going,
All the year rnuni~ fir eoutntry and town,
Goods for tine head, goods for the feet.
Goods that. are pnetty and useful and neat.
Coffee, Sugar, liolasses; Cheese, Ilie4,
Flour, Bacot., Corn, Lard, Fresh Garden
Seed, Potware, 'Tinware, Crokery, Glass
ware, Woodenware, School Books and Sta.
A fresh lot oi Early Rose, Goodrich,
PInk Eye and Peach Blow Potatoes, Onion
Sette and Petroleuth.
feb8 .. D. LAUDERDM~E,
SUOE LASTS,s 2opt, Trees, Crimpj g
BoDards, Awl Handles, Rasps. Shnoe,
rhread, Tacks, &e., just received by
feb 20 M aJ MTP V &C2O,.ef
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.WILNtWO'fo, N. C., De. 18, 1871
Via 0olumbia, 8. U. and Wilmington, A.
The nutonti.mn of ,1erobsnts. Shlopers of
Cotton nud Produce', and thle PuhIjo gone.
rally is invited to the Direct Connection now
existing het ween all interior pouins it,
.-'outh Cnroii tind Northern Cities, by the
Wilmington. Clumnihb and Augusia Rail
rond, and its conneotions at Wiinlmington.
either via Atemi Ship Lines from thn I Port,
or via Wilmingtoin and Weldon Railroad,
amid its conneoilous via Portsnouthl or Pe.
The -wrmwt lines connecting at those
terminal pvitls. afford faoililies for ship
ment! to, or fi'om
New York, fnv times per week,
Uliorm ries tre mainined with al
competing lin.s No deiention ocourrs to
t.hiprentus. Through Bills Lading given be,.
tween all otations aind points naieu.
Iatlvs and olassiflortion sheets obtained of
all agent s.
The Passenger schedulo of Night Train
frown. and lorning Train into Volu"nbia,
gives a vei.erlor connection for all points
on Oreetville and Columbia, and Charlotte,
Columbia and Auguista Railroads; giving
n Uy Line connew ion via Portsmoul it, and
an All Rail Connectiopn via Wilmningion, and
avioi-ling ail delays at tolumbia.
Through Tiuk.,t% on flale ut Columbia t i
A'.i points Noth.
For ratea, classification and all inform.
lion, apply to
Gen'l Freight and Ticket Agent.
J. C. Wixurit, Geti'l Stuperintenoent.
The Celebrated Fertilizers.
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GUARTS A. DANA. Editor.
A Newspaper of the PrLeent Tiates.
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W-1:in1g Farmers, wechanios, Morchants, Pro.
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nor of Honest Folks, and the Wivess Bons, and
Daughters of all such.
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ONE HUNDRED COPIES FOR 0.
Or 1es0 than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a
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EMIwWEEKLY SUNO 62 A TEAR,
of the same elso and general charaoter as
THE WEECLY, but with a srOater variety of
inisellanoons readinr, and furnIshing the news
to its subscribers with greater freshness, booause
it Comes twice 4 week instead of once only.
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& Gen. Agent@I, Saii Franeco,Cal end 84 C%niamer. 61.,Xg
ILLIONS Bear TesIassay so sheir
Woasderful ssrative Effects.
Vinegar Bitters are not a vile Fancy
Drink, Mde of 'oor Ruin, WhIsior,
Froof Spirits rsd Refuso Lieors, doc
tored, spiced and sweetened to please the taste,
called " Tonics," " Appetitevs." " Restorerm," dce.,
that lead the tippler on to drunkenness anti ruin,
but are a true Medicino, niade from the Native
Roots and Herbs of California, free from nil
Alcoholic Stimlaute. They are the
GREAT BL.OOD PURIFIER and A
LIFE GIVIN(A P91LINCIPIE, a perfect
Renovator and Invigorator of the System, carry
ing off all poisonous matter and restoring the blood
to a healthy condition. No person can take theme
bitters according to directions and remain long
unwell, provided their bonos are not destroyed
by mineral poison .or other moanq, and the vital
organs waited beyond the point of repair.
They are a Gentle Pirgative as veil
as a Tonic, possessing, also. the peculiar merit
s,f acting as a powerful airent in roileving Conges
tion or Inflatnmation of the ivter, and of all the
FOiL FB3MAlE COMPLA INTS, whether
to eonk or old. msrried or single, at the dawn of
womanhood or at the turn of life, theme Toni, Biti
ters have no equal.
. or Iniflamanory and Chronic ILthes.
mntions and (Aont, D)yspepsia or In
dirostlon, hillions, Itemnittent and
Internsttent Fevers, Diueusesa of the
Bleiu, Liver, Kidneys andi Bladder,
these hit ters have been most successful. Snsela
Disensee are caused by Vitiated Blood,
which is generatiy produced by derangement of
the D)igostiio Oirgas,
DYSP'EPSIA OIL INDIGESTION,
Headache, PaIn in thietihoulder s, Coughs. Tight.
ness or the Chest, Dizatness, Sour Bructations of
the Btomach, Dad Taste in the Month. Bilious
Attacks, Pailpiation of thme lloart, Inflammnationt at
the Lungs, P'aina in the regions of the Kidneys, mand
a hundred ot.h'r pa.inni symptoms are the off
sprinags of Dyspopsia,
They invilgurate theStomach and stiniate the
torpidt Liv'er and liowels, whmich render them of
uncqu:lledl effncac~y ini cleangsing the blood of all imn
puratisa., nnd lmlarthig new life and vigor to the
POIL SK IN DISEA SES, ilruptions,Tetter,
Balt ithtuum. liotcha., hpuats, Phnples. Punstulies,
Boil., Carbuncle,, Ing-Worme. B. aid Head, Bore
Eyes.ltey,ielas. itch. Bcurfa. Dliscolorations of the
hklin uora anud hiw-uses of tihe Sikin, of what..
eve nanne .rnastnr, arelitea lydgspOl car
these Djitterm. (lg bottle in such qares will con
vlucue the mnost incregdions of their curative effect,.
Cleanse the Villated Blood whenever you find its
imspurit les bursting thronugh the skIn, in Pimnpios,
Eruptions or Sores ; clease it when you find it
obstructed and sluggish in the veins: cleanse it
when it is foul,and yonr feelingis will tail you when,
Keep the blood pure, and the health of t.he system
PIN, TA PE, and other WORMIS, nrking
in te a. tm of oman thousands, are effectually
MOLII BY ALL DJitUGOYSTS AND DEA LERts.
5. WALKBHI, Psrprito. R. HI. McDONA LD dr
maly I i
LMvary and Sale
As F. GOD INGQ,
l(lII 'oflnsinnily, on5 han~d extra fino
enst uicky II llre andB i Mutlesa. Paies.
in want of good stook will do weri to give
11n0 a calil.
In coninection with roy LIvery Stablo, I
hasve .aponmed a 'asrInge, Buggy n ad Wag,,
on Factory. All work niently executed anti
warranted. 01ce foe a call.
NEW AlURIVA LS,
J. D. McCARLEY'SeI
1 Barrel of Old Cabinet Rye, 1860,
I Barrel Blackberry l'randiy.
1 Barrel Olnger Deaindy.
Rlamsey's Scoioh Whbiakey.
8tuars's Irish WhIskey.
.Also, a good stock of Groceries, consiste
fog of Sugar, ColTp, Rioe, Molasses,, Ba
eOh, L,ard, BreaIfaet $tripu. Su ga' CuIred
Shouldere and IIame, Jars, Pik Eye, Early
Rose, Goodriok and Poach Blow P'otaboes.