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<:Jdle for the Yoong: P<
part of every curse,
?'?y prayer,
azt; upon "the heavens, you w
iy fi?a me there ;
*o ' I rind me in the forest, in tl
. the dell,
. alaces of monarchs, in th
prison cell,
? )r in the midst of ocean you ^
me if yon look,
You can see me.jn the stream
?"?r*?r in the brook;
ot. ce nie hi the darkness,
, v or light,
i ai can hear me in the evening,
in day or night ;
: tn never found in -wrong or
part of every crime
io ."-inning of Eternity, th?
"in;; Time;
' v-r in the battle-field am
ie and brave,
ii in-osont at your wedding, an
to make your grave ;
I'm ever found with peaceful rc
never out of strife,
V part of love and hatred, a part <
and life ;
V part of lady's Jewelry, apart o
locket.
Now should you wish to find m
go seek mein your pocket. .
MY FERST ?LOTE.
That I was'in love was a fa
7 not admit of a doubt. I <
myself like a person in lc
iked like a persop in love ;
n 1 telt like a persco in loy
..?orion that had taken posses
.ny youthful heart was no eve
ene; I wa^sure of that. The?
nor. words.enough in the Ehgih
L'u igje to describe the height,
length and breadth of its gra
i* was destin ed- to foe a grand i
paniraeut of the ages yet to \
principle-throughout eternity, a
of surprising oeauty in the
heavens of home affections. M
w -s returned-the strong yearn
:rv-<>.in-year-old heart we
lirection of the most b
. ;il-shire, in return sei
truing of her heart to meet
- ic? a week, as often as the
me around, I went up to th
wn home of Dr. Stoddard, i
h;? daughter my love, and as
larly listened to a recital of its r
fi Dm lite red lips of my charmin
net-. The gooa doctor made mei
at expense, and his jolly wife
wicked ideasure in constantly
;. ling ns of our youth. ?
rtured by sly references b
. .use in the shed, her long s
pinafores and pantaletts of
months before; while I was of
n old coat of the doctor's for
;.. . h< r to m?ike into a dressing \
.br me.
We were nevertheless* determ
! rn a ried. We would steal s
? from the house while ourc
. ?posed in the arms of ]
. lue us on " the wings of lo
. nearest city; Janet would
.ina moment's time Mrs. J;
. vu.
. ?.ice we set about making
. ons for this important jour;
y ming, of course, must be i
ed with the greatest secrecy.
; .ve o'clock I was to leave
f'ome stealthily, get- my father's ?
mig noiselessly out of the barn
. harness her, and then pr?oceed
Janet. Janetwas.to.be waiting
m-1 at her window. I was to pl
. i.-idder at the . ame window ;
. iw to descend that ladder ; we w
. Hy down to the road by the
?e. to the spot where our horse \
f t n n d, and then the wind shoi
i 'vertrtke us.
tere was but one difficulty in
y, Janet's room was. shared
-! -rer Fanny, a mischievous, wit
rare of eleven years, who,
. u?r'M words, " was awake at
< of the night." There was I
y ; if Fanny was aroused, t
.it- a.- bribed into silence.. For tl
- , . I placed in Janet's ha
iu:d, ?hilting dollar. But Jai
le t assistance, so she conclud
!.. . ke Fanny her confidant I
af*oi-uoon . before we starte
j ri that case prevent ail po?
!uy ol raising t Ut-house vol h a sn
u outcry.
-ii. the long looked-for, hope
h ? yet dreaded night arriv<
i./.r slowly its leaden feet carrie
y hours, and'wuat a strang
vt? il oi ?-motions I bore up, as
jv my chamber window lookin
n ns I thought, for the last tim
> i the home of my father,
i'ae inpon was ont in all ber splei
>r ; .-.ho was kind to me, lighting u
her silver touches all the spot
yes might wish to rest upon bi
i went out into the world a war
(i er. The broad fields lay ou
sm .-.ith and shining before my gaze
the fields in which I had worke
-\ > a. b.,y-ah ! a dear, kind fathe
en to- me !-At this june
uv throat began to swell
". nt ?rn the window.
T ? . ubi see my mother One
[ exclaimed,* rubbing rn;
with tay coat sleeve. 14 No om
?J ? better mother than ..
? ina chair and sobbei
ked around for some
vitli me that my moth
'. " hand had blessed with her touch
- spiuniiig wheel in the
riieie ? slejit ; at the eud of th<
ug a woolen roll. Wid
i fe J hali cut and half foro ?I
-.-.i it fervently io my lip.
I kee : tenderly in rn)
I hau c rime TO d?.
e old clock in the hitcher
s solemnly that my ap
had m l ived : and with ?
.?, ii u >i elessstep, I lelt wy
home.
." ?a the open air, my wonfc
of spirits returned. 1
c myself with the thought
,. w years I should retuui a
>n? I thy, wealthy, respected
Iii ttialman, an honor to my
en ; blessing to my friends, and
hi nd ol Janot,
j. vb wondered silice, hew ? suc
U" . . gatling away from home
' cse and cart without arous
iC; Bul ?'? ?oed luck would
. m ide . ammphant exit,
.;. e\v KiOuients was jugging
. ly long Towards the house ol
^ net. Af, only dread was of the
?t lit. Fan; if, alter all, she
..d oetray us, what a dreadful,
wi, desperate mischief it would
i. groaned aloud at the thought ;
.it put a "brave face upon the mat
oaid that if it waa right we would
. j not right, that we would stay
ie; yet right or not right, if
-rmcrable little Fan-did betray
. pend all my days in aveng
.ue wrong-that was certain, Was
. ! :u earnest? Did I mean-it? ''We
.ii -*ee. ? .
Flow earnestly and anxiously I
g. ..cd toward the chamber of Janet,
after fastening my nag by the
ri aside, I walked cautiously up the
gin- that led to the doctor's
.se. Oh,- joy inexpressible I the
. :ing ot a white"" handkerchief in
, SK ouiight told me that eyery
g wa? rit'ht, and that in'a few
taents I should clasp Janet to my
??iaml mm* mine toreverl Ah, how
happy I was !-s?Mppy, indeed, 1
I stood still there rh the mi-oniij
with my two hands pressed firml;
my side, for fear my "over-loaded hi
would but st from me entirely. . w
a figure I must have cut theil ! "Vv
an Apollo I must have looked, \
my fine proportions wrapped up
my wedding suit ! I was slenc
I was tall ; 1 was gaunt ; I was J
I Wis terribly ugly-looking, at 1
moment.
What possessed me I cannot
but from an old chest I had tak<
blue broadcloth swallow-tail coat 1
had belonged to my. grandfather
the time of the wars, and in the p
of my youth had got into it:
tails came nearly to my heels, w
the waist was nearly to my armr]
The sleeves reached to ray fing
hiding entirely from view the lu
riant white silk gloves which I
allowed myself for the occasion. At
this uncouth pile of blue cloth
perched a hat. Oh, ye Btars
moon that looked upon it, testify v
me that it was a hat !-a hat and
a stove pipe, a hat and not a 1
leg M-That hat !-looking back ?
through the mist of twenty-five ye
it seems to have, arisen to the sj;at
of two full feet,1 wile' its' brim
pears little wider than my thu
nail. My eyesight isn't quite so \
feet as it use.1 to be. and so I D
not see quite rightly.' Make all <
allowances, dear reader.
I say that I must have looked u
at that moment. Be' that as it m
I thought that I was looking spl
I didly ; and that the figure I cut \
I an honor to the name of Brown, e
\ I was proud of it ; proud as I stall
up to Janet's window, and plat
...arefully there the ladder that v
to bvar hei; to my side. Everythi
was silent about the house. Fate v
surely with us. Fanny had, bf
bribed into our service. As I ste
there I could see her little figure :
noiselessly to and fro by tine w
dow, and how I Messed her-blesa
her from the verv bottom of i
heart, for her sisterly kindness!
At last' Janet commenced deseen
ing the ladder and as sh? did so t
moon crowded in', out .of sight und
a huge black' cloud. * The heave
favored all : our success- might
looked upon as fixed it. Three ste.
more upon the ladder's rounds, ai
Janet's dainty little feet would stai
upon, tora firma with my own.; Tl
steps were taken, mid she held for
moment fondly the sleeves of my bli
broadcloth, before we looked up
the window, both with upraised ham
to catch a small bundle of clothir.
that Fanny-was to'throw down to u
and which we had no' other means I
carry with us.
" Be quiet, Fan," whispered Jane
as she appeared at the window an
poised the bundle above our head
" Be quiet. Fan. for heaven's s;-.k
and "drop, it quickly."
But Fauny still .stood there, swinp
ing backward and forward the hu?
bundle, without heeding Janet's eai
nest entreaty.
4i Do, do throw it, Fanny dear ! D
have mercy on me ! What if fatht
should know of this ? What; if h
should be awakened ?"
"La1, give it to her, Fan; don'
plague her, she's in a hurry !" call
ed a voice at that . moment from th
closed blinds at the parlor windows
which belonged to none other thai
Dr. Stoddard.
" Give her the things; and tell th
boys to carry out a bag of ' corn, i
cheese, some wheat and Dutt er. Jane
must have a setting out-only be stil
about it, Fan."
For a moment we were petrifiet
upou the spot ; I thought 1 shouU
fall to the ground. What should wt
i?o-run. faint, die, evaporate, ur g.
mad'/ While wu sto'?d undecided
two huge matt-rashes lei J at our feel
from the window, followed" at ona
by sheet.?, pillow cases, table cloths,
and sundry articles necessary to th*
setting up ufa respectable housekeep
ing establishment. i . >*" '
" Mother, moth r, don't one of these
new leather beds belong to Janet?"
.ailed Charlie Stoddard, from anoth
er part Of' the house.
.'Yes, yes, and a bolster, and a
pair of nice pillows, too. Carry em
right r.utA? Lie Iront door," was the
Answer.
" VV liosa horse have you, Jason ?"
isked the doctor, pushing up the
blind, "your-'fa he^s?" 4 -:
'. Y e-e- ,'fl sia'?h?iered'. [ 'o ?
"Hump:., lidu'? you know better
:han that if thai old grey isn't worth
i button to gu rt fry didn't y oaf come
up to my lum and gi-t my black
mare? barn,barn, hurry away straight
to the barn and harness black Molly
lor Jason, If you'll believe-k,- he
was going lo ?'tart.' off witnjiij^fath
er'> old horse ! Bc quick, Sam-work
lively-they're in a hurry;- lits time
?hey were olf."
Have you anythiiig with yon Janet,
tu eat. . on the road?" put in Mrs.
Stoddard, poking her head out of.thc.
window. v
" No, ma'am," faltered Janet, mov
ing a step or two liom mc
"Well, that's good forethought.
And as I live, there isn't a bi r ol' cake
cooked in the house, either ! Can you
make some white broad and bacon,
.ind some brown bread and cheese do,
Jason ? It's ail we have "
" Ye?, ma'am," I said,meekly, step
ping asily as I could a little furthei
"rom Janel.
" Look, father and mother, quick,
now the moon's out, and sec J ison s
new coat and hat !" called. Fan. r? ri
the window, he" moiry voie* trem
bling with suppressed laiightoi , [su i
that aspiendid one father?-just look
at the length of its tails."
"Ju-tgive me my glasses, wife,"
said the doctor, "is it a new one,
Jason.?"
"Yes. sir, rather new," I saul,
giving an eager look in the direction
ot the lane.
.' Well," drawiedfhe doctor, eyVmg,
ute slyly, " that coat is handsome."
"And his hat, father!" called the'
wicked little Fan.
" I declare," exclaimed the doctor.
" Wife, wife, look here, and see Jason's
coat and hat!"
What should I do-stand there till
morning .before that incessant, fire of
words? Should I run? Should I
sneak off slowly, as Janet was doing?
Oh! what should I do?
. " Don't they look nice, nrnther ?"
asked the doctor, putting one broad,
brown hand over his mouth, and
doubling his grey head almost down
to his knees. " He-haw, he-haw, hi
he-haw, mother-he-ha-^don't they
look nice?" roared the doctor.
I couldn't stand it any longer. The
doctor's laughter was a signal; it was;
echoed from Uli parts of the house.
Fan cackled from the chamber win
dow; Sam shouted from the barn;
Mrs.. Stoddard " he-ho-ho," from the
kitchen ; whil.6 Charlie threw himself
down in the doorway and screamed
! like a wild Indian. 1 turned around,
and- gave a leap . across. the garden.
Every Stoddard called after me ; I
am wrong, every Stoddard bat Janet,
she remained sil?ni One, told me to
come back "for frerbread and cheese ;
another th^t I had forgotten my bun
dle and bride; another bade me:wait
on black Molly and the new buggy ;
Fan bade>me hold up-my- coat tails,
or I should get them draggled. I
didn't heed any of these requests, I
went directly for home. I reached
home'feeling sheepish-no, sheepish
is a weak word for it-ri can't express
to you how I felt, : I had algre?t idea
of hanging myself ; I thought I had
better be dead than alive-that I had
made an idiot of myself it was all
plain-Fan had betrayed us. I vowed
vengeance upon her until daylight,
then I'sne?ked out to.the b rn and
hid in the haystack. I staid there
until Charlie' Stoddard brought my
father's horse. *
j The old gentleman was frightened
-wanted to know how he came by
the horse. He Vas told fi ask me ;
he did ask me. and I made ? clean
breast of it ; I didn't promise him
' not to repeat the offence, there was
! no need pf it : bnt I am sure pf this,
I did not look- at a girl for sever)
yeirs When the eighth year came
around I remembered my vow against
Fanny, Stoddard^ -Well,-, to majce a
1 'T?n e story short, ?'marrfptl 1 Fan ny.
Janet became a pat ons wife,
And here let me tell you in confi
dence, reader, that I really think
little Fanny . Stoddard . h?d a very
deep motive when she betrayed Jan?t
and me, although she wa-? but a child.
She liked me, ev<jn then, I believe.
Well, at any rate, she declares every
rime that the affair is mentioned, that
I nev* h?d my revenge upon her.
Bless Her faithful heart, it has indeed
been a sweet one !
\ Man au : Toman Perform the
Trapeze ilaif a Mile High.
J. E. Warner, ol the great Pacific
Combination, is the restless and outer
prizing manager of some 38 Bummers,
who modestly hides beyond a big dia
mond breastpin, and is not satined
with owning the biggest elephant-and
the only horned rhinoceros on this'
continent, with thirty cages of wild
beasts, a museum and splendid circus,
'exhibited under -A%n different pavil
ions,'!)^ ?s.dying Jo give the peop e-'
more^of-. the goooVthing lor 50 cents.
Warner has* actually .persuaded a
young and beautiful Spanish girl,
named Leona Dsre. who does maryel
ou8 feats upon'the trapeze m the;cir
cus, to make balbon asceusions. The.
trial trip was made on- Thursday
morning, at a point about nine miles
southeast of our city. The balloon
was inflated,, and at a. quarter to 8
Was cut loose, and I the fine formed
Leona, in. circus Ibloihes," dangling
downward from the trapeze-bar, hold
ing in her teeth a grasp which encir
cl'es the' waist of ?oininy Hall, her
companion for the first voyage in the
air, left terra firma. Everything was
still as death, and it was observed
that Hall weakened a little, buk
the plucky "Queen of Antilles," Le
ona, was perfectly cool. Just as soon
as they lett the earth Leona commenc
ed spinning Hall around until it made
us giddy.
After this performance, and about
three hundred feet in the air, they
commenced their hilulutin perforni
tiuce, and known in show language
as the double trapeze, and almost
everybody who has attended thu cir
cus can imagine much better than we
can describe their various evolutions
and gyrations. They periorm? ali
of uue.difiicult and hazardous leats at
an altilUde ' of half a mile with the
Same reckless daring that character
izes their performances uuder the pa
vilion, where, ii tiiey were tu tum
ble, their iaii would liol exceed ?h.ir
ty; feet. Up, -up '"?icy -' went, unti,
they were scarcely larger than our
nanci.-, ano wii'-ii We luotied at Chem
brough u ^ - |'iuv:d\-ct lyr the'ipcca
?.uii ;ve breathed ?ree", -d f?it a relief
td see that riiey hah climbed upon
the trapeze bal and Were apparently
i joying <x tuit-a-u'te wnue resting
trow their exciting ?ind perilous ex- i
?l'clses. Tue Ouiivon descended Very ;
r pldiy alni luliueu about hall a mile
from th??staiung pui ii in un upen
lield, and our 'party lcd.; up ill Lille
LU witUeSB their alighting. Hall was
nient and sober, while Leona laugh- .
ugly said tu Warner, "How was mat |
lor ^.?gii '?! -iud. {Sentinel.
VQUDOUIS^I-A ^?.tGRo WOMAN
JosJC-i.^i ? A- . 'EATH,.-rr i he &\ Ol
V<j?'j?U#'?' * ...u?ilj^deulh?uj/- C011
u: -. ."i. u? dreams, ic firmly believed
,U bv^lhe wu -.!' . s, Mild there are a j
[iUuib'er.'o! ' th di .iii icm race in ibis
;ity who tn" ignorant und supersti
tious uegi we.? believe possess tinspow
a. As u nulli rai consequence the.-e
Wpudoa>people ate greatlj learedyrnd
iiiu?sjt fra?Su|tip?xl.:. .; ;.'.-. .v -p\ ' ?
OnThursday ni gift'. Mary'Lee.* a'
negro wo iii. i ii, Ivho lived at No. lio
Lloyd street, died. Before her death
ike asderteil that she hud been poison
id by ker uncle, r-tid requested that
when she died a po^t mortem exauu
iiaiion should be held. A negro wo
?un, wiio claims to b-.; a fortune-teller,
tnid warned 1 he giri ol'her. late, and
said thai the uncle retened to above
was a "hoodoo'" muir, as,the negroes
term it, and Lha: he v.'uuid conjure,
uer io tl. a tb.
Coroner Weber was notified ol the
ieath oi ihe girl, timi investigated
in'e case tn-ilay. A negro niau abd
?vornan . wno claimed tu know ali
?bom the deviltry of the vouduu peo
[jie, were, loose in their declarations'
that the girl had been " hoodooed,
aim luid tue Coronel' that if he wouiu
cut'Open i lie uuiiy ul the girl, lhaiiu
curtain poi lions of it he wuuid ti nil
spiders, and worms, and bugs, and all
sorts ol ugly things, wine:, they "as
serted bad caused thc death o. the
girl, and had been placed there by a
"hoodoo' mau.
i)rs. Field aud Slater, wiio-attend
ed the giri, stated that they were <JOU
tident she had- diod. ol' .cousu mp lion.
{As Hie relations ot the girl were una
ble or unwilling to u.iiy Tor a post
morten^ Coroner Weber did not ol
der it, xi he did not want to put tuc
State to expense upon the were, -u
p?rstition ol ignorant negroes. -Lou
isville (Ay.) Ledger, 2\)l/t ult.
J. M. NEBL?TT.W. H. GOODRICH.
COTTON GINS.
4 '?
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, RE
SPECTFULLY inform the plant
ing commun'ty that we continue to man
ufacture COTTON GINS.
We were awarded a Gold Medal for the
best GIN, (oven tu the-world,) at the Cot
ton States Fair at Augusta, last season ;
also, at the State Fair of South Carolina.
"We feel warranted in saying that a tri
al of our GINS is all that is necessary to
guarantee satisfaction.
jfST- Orders solicited early "in tho sea
son to prevent delay.
By pormission werefer to
Maj. A. JONES,
. C. WARREN,
J. A. B> AND,
L. HARTLEY.
fjv Old Gins REPAIRED on reason
able terms.
A EB LETT & GOODBUH.
Mayl tf 19 I
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Fur circular'?, references, or oilier Information, au
ilres? W. S. SKI. I'? cluclnnwti, O.
BU ii-DING FELT
l.NH rVr UtX.il.)
F<ir oiibid*- work and inside, iuslead of plaiter. Felt
Carpeting*, eic. Send 'J Matupt fur eircoMr nod
sample?. ?. J. FAY, Camden, S. J.
AGENTS WANTED!
farlie: Inverting fruin $15 io can tunke from
In .1' a molli ii ami eXpMMH A'Mres.?, willi niul.ili,
UNION DIUJTTLU sKWIMU MACHINE Cu.,
t'nlladclnlrhi,l'a. '' ?'?* * N**
$300 ??M00 S,Sn,!,:?
Eal li SEWING alAC'UlNE CO., U?flaio, tl. Y., gr
Uh.cagoj 111.
Aa I-. V i's Wanted.--Agents make more n'on
ey ul vviirlc for us than al anything il-c. Lttsi
UVM i.'ghl amt permanent, l'art culurg free, ti.
5TiSbo> it Co., Fine .Ul /'iiUithei't, Portland, alaine
UiJ PIANO CO., K. Y. Pill CU. (SiOQA
. O'Ao Agent?. Ctrcujtnrkvp-ce. VAi/v
?AJOJ CHAj?or; ?'?i?. AGONIS !
ikgentH, wc will pay' you S*C 'pet ?reek in cash ii
on will engage willi us ATO.NCI:. Everything lur
nialied. ann expends paid. Allanna F. A. ELLS ii
i.V., Charlotte, Mich.
OKU A Mt L.iYV OF i Ul. SKX1-.S--Con
dition? which impair vila?ily- pi>gil!Ycand iiegu
iive eleclnciiy-proof that Tile is 1 volved without
uuion-elect of ipuuccu-iullueiicc ol' l.sh and phot
pane diei-modern* tribliueul of pelvic diucas. *
?.ncli.ru and vane cele, and arriM ol . lc\cl>-p!nrii!
Mi i.ciiir.. tu h.? lunate BUrc.eal cl s.*, u) KL
.. UU ll. DIXu.i. M. I?".,4jl F.fih A\enilr, N.V.
.1. pa". ? cunt?s
.. fr.v?r? linc froth lite pen of br Dixon :s of gnat .
?'aillo lo ibo whole human race."- Jt.i. iii; 0reeky. <
alt KA I ittUOlCAli ii;?, ic of useful kuowlr I
edge to all. Seul (ree fur two stampf. Address '
Dr. DoXAPAKTf Si Co., Cincinnati; Ohio/
Vinegar! Vinc&ar!
I? is an impossihilifv to make GOOD
PICKLES without thc use of GOOD VIN
EGAR. All persons in want ol' such an
article can find it at tho Drug Store of
A. A. CLISBY.
Ho has just received Two Darrels
Whito WINE and Ture CID Ell VINE
GAR.
Also, a fresh assortment of Pickling
SPICES of all kinds.
Juno 12 lt' 2?
Vinegar And Spices for
Pickling !
JUST received a largo supply of choice
Cider and Wh?o Wino VINEGAR
for Pickling, also
CLOVES,
SPICE,
WHITE'MUSTARD SEED.
WHITE AT?D B?1?CK PEPPER,. '
WHITE GINGER,
MACE, .
TUMERIC.
G. h. PENN, Druggist
Juaoi*, tr 25
S. WALU?, Ptcpr.ftor. It. II. McDos.u n A Cu., Dru.-ilj!? mi J
0?a. As'w, SID Franclico. Cal., ?nd ZI ku Commer?a St. H. Y.
MI7.XIOXS Boar TcMlMouy to their
Wonderful Curative EOeets.
Thoy oro netn vii? Fancy Drink, Made of Poop
Rrrni, Whlikey, Proof .Spirits an ll Rc lu 1.0
Liquors? dainrcd, spiced and sweetened tnpicnseiho
ta?t?, called "T?nica," "Appettaera," ?.Itc-ii.?ror>." .tr.,
that lead thoiippW* n to drunkenness and ruin, but ?ire
n true Medieise, in:idc from Hie native root? and bri iii
of California, free finir? all Alcoholic Stimu
lante Theyarc tl.? GREAT BLOOD ri'R?
FIEIX and A LIFE OlTIXG PRINCIPLE,
a perfect Kenorstcr ami Invigorator Qf the System,
carrying off ail poUouous matter and restoring thof.lood
io n healthy cendith ti. No person can take these Bil
tors according indirection-, and remain long unwell,
pnrided tht-?r bones ar? not destroyed by mineral
potion or oilier ewans, nntl thc vital organs wasted
beyond tte point of repair.
' They uro a Genf lo pMrjrhtlve ns 'wcll ns n
Tonie, possessing also, tho peculiar merit of acting
U a powerful agent lu rcbevlnc Congestion or Inflam
mation of the Liver, and all thc Visceral Organs.
FOR FEMALE COMPJLAIX'TS, whether In
young or old, married or single, at thc dawn of woman
hood or at thc turu of Hie, these Tonic Bitten have no
equal. .
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheuma
tism and Guilt, Dyspepsia or Indignation,
Blllcus, Remittent mad Intermittent Fe
vern, DI?C:!*CH of tho Blood, Liver, Kid
neys und Bladder, these Bitters have been most
successful. Such Diseases ore caused by Vitiated
Blood, which ls generally producid by dorangemont
of tho Digestive Organ?.
, DYSPEPSIA. OR INDIGESTION, Head,
ache, Pain In thc Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of tho
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of tho Stomach,
Bad Taste in thc Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of
tho Heart, Inflammation of tho Lungs, Pain In tho
regions of tho Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms oro thc offsprings of Dyspepsia.
' NThey Invigorate th? Stomach and stimulate thc torpid
Liver and Bowels, whicfi render them of unequaled
?flkacy lt) clean - i ?K thc blood of all impurities, nu J Im
parting new life and Vigor to tho whole system,
FOR SKIX DISEASES, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Bhcum, Blotches, Spot*, Pimples, Pustules, Bolls, Car
buncles, Itlng-Worms, Scald Head, Sore Eyes, Erysipe
las, Heh, Scurfs, Discolorations of thc Skin, Humprsand
Diseases of thc Skin, of whatever naroo or nnrnre are
literally dug up and carried outof thesystem In a short
time by tho use of these Bitters. Ono hottlo In such
cases will convince thc most Incredulous of their cura
tive cffe?ts. < .
CIcanso thc Vitiated Blood whenever you And Its im
purities bursting through tho skin rn Pimples, Erup
tions or Sores; cleanse lt when you And lt obstructed
and sluggish In thc veins; cleanse it when ii ls rool
and yqur feelings will tell yon when. Keep tho blood
pur?, mid thc health of tho system will follow.
Pin, Tape and other Worm?, lurking In tho
fystem of .so ninny thniisnnds, nre effectually destroyed
?od removed. Says ;i distinguished physiologist,
therobt scarce!v sn individual upon thc Ince of the
cnrtli whoso body Iscxompt from tho presence of
worms. It ls not upon the healthy clements of tho .
body that worm* cxl-t, hut upon tho diseased humors
and slimy deposits that breed thC30 living monsters of
disease. No system of Medicine, no vermifuges, no
nnthclmlntlcs, will freo thc system from worms Uko
theso Bitters.
Sold by all Drogglsia und Deniers.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. It, ll. MCDONALD & CO,
Druggists and General Agents, San Francisco, Cali
fornia, and 82 and 31 Commerco Street, New York.
o uui !,-? ' ly ?-*
?XT6rUS"TA BfiOTEL,
AUGUSTA, <iA.
Tins popular ami well-known Hotel
is now fully op.en lor tho reception of
visitors, having recently been thorough
ly renovated, newly painted, and put in
tho most complete order. Wo uro deter
mined to nudic ours a first-class Hotel,
not to bc surpassed North or South.
Wo respectfully solicit tito patronage
of our Edgefleld friends and thc public
generali v.
.il?I?triIY Ac MA.Y, I'roptictors.
Fob 14 tf 8
lavery ?Stable ?pened!
PERSONS wishing Horses or Vehicles,
or conveyance to any portion of the
irorron'ndlng country from tim point,
can lie accommodated by applying to
A. A. CIJSBY.
^ay^l tf W_
fee ? Ice !
A'supply of ICE constantly on hand
and for salo at reduced rates, by
A. A. CLLISBY.
jMaj22 if ?
Hew Goods for Summer 1872.
H. L l. BALK,
172 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga. '
_AYING again returned from New York I Lave now in Store a handsome
selection of all the
NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON!
.rd
. ; >
In DRESS GOODS, PERCALES, PIQUES, LAWNS, MUSLINS,
PRINTS, I have the choice of all the new styles in ?' Dolly -Vardens,"
" Maryposa," " Yosemites," ?tc, &c.
NEW-CASSIMERES, DRILLS, JEANS, COTTON?DES, &c.
All the nev: styles in PARASOLS are fairly represented,
SASH RIBBONS in all colors, Embroidered, Plaid and Piain,
New TRIMMING RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS and BUTTONS,
New Styles of STRAW HATS for Ladies/Misses, Gents and Boys, of the
latest shape in Regatta, Gazelle, May Flower, School,' Lacea,- Hurdle, Har
vest, Fr?nconia, &c."~ . - '
'A full assortment of SHOES/fresh from the Factory; '
. The latest fashions in READY MADE CLOTHING, &c. ' 'J
All of which I'nave marked so low as to secure QUICK SALES-to
make you laughlin your ^^dream osgood living.
H. Li. A. BALK,
May 8 2m 20 .
INSURE YOUR LIFE
IN THE
Brooklyn Life Insurance Co.
Of New York.
Cash Capital and Assits, ^^$2,000,000.
1. Because it is acknowledged to be perfectly solvent by all Insurance\
Commissioners..
2.J ?f cause,it .is the cheapest. . ?, ' i )\ \f . w . , , ? ?
(Qi ?ecai^e'it :endorses the mrmier fqliti\S^ ]? Policies,' tVi Boilers
'anet Cents, fot t?n consecutive years. ' 'J "
According to the statement of the rates of the different Life Insurance
Companies of^rst-?la?s*. standing,.iii...the iUjiited.State&, made by ,!'?Ke Uni-t
'versal," in its advertisement entitled "'Facts are Blubboir,. ifhings" aiicf
published in the Edgefield Advertise!)', it appears that, the Mutual Rates
of the Brooklyn are Cheapef than t^?se bf any named Company.
For instance, according to that statement :
In tue Brooklyn...,x.
" Equitable.
At tue age oi'2(
?150
fflll Lnsuro^
OlAt.-.thO'age of 30
$200
.Will Insure
Balance in favor-of the Brooklyn.
In the Brooklyn.v..
" 44 Piedmonts Arlington;..::..
Balance in favor of tho Brooklyn.
In the Brooklyn.,
" " New York Life.
Balance in favor of fha Brooklyn.
In the Brooklyn....:.
" M Carolina Life.
Balance in favor of the Brooklvn.
In the Brooklyn.
44 44 .Etna.
Balance in favor of Clio Brooklyn.
In the Brooklyn.
44 44 Cotton States.
Balance in favor of tho Brooklyn..
In the Brooklyn............
4 4 4 4 St. Louis Mutual.
Balance in favor ol' thc Brooklvn
[? the Brooklyn.
4 4 4 4 Southern Life.
Balance in favor of thc Brooklvn.
'.$8#75 73
7,541 47
$1,334 26
$8,875 43
8#?8 4?
$420 27
$8,875 73
7,541 47
$1,334 20
$S,875 73
8.503 41
$9,200 '60
8,8r0*57
At the age of 40
$250
:>VilLJtnsure
v'$440,12
$9,250,69
* 8,810 57
$440 li
$9,250 69
8,810 00
$440 69
$9,25? 69
8,841 73
$372 32
$S,S75 73
8,420 96
$448 77
$3,875 73
8,455 40?
(rt the Brooklyn..
14 14 Kniekcrl>oc
Fl dance in favor, o? thc Brooklyn.)
STOCK
$420 27
$8,S75 73
8,841 36
m 37
$8,875 73
8,013 731
$?80 W
$8.87;i 73
8,005 5!i
$2lil 'Sit
$408 96
$9,250 09
8,798 94
$4M 75
$9,250. 69
S.S10 57
?140 12
$0,250 69
8,841 73
$408 96
$9,250 69
S,S77 55
V -$8,389 27
7,987 22
? $40105
$8,389 27
7,987 22
$402 05
#,389 27
7,987 22
' $402 05
. $8,389 27
7,916 40
. ?73 14
50,250 69
8,63!) 30
$011 3?
$472 87
$8,389 27
8,108 10
$281 17
$8,389 21
7,987 22
$402' 05
$8,389 27
7,916 40
-~>ri~
$472 87
M I
$8,389 27
7,93? 50
$452 77
$$?389 27
7,859 10
$530 ?7
At tito a??e o'.' :;<),... At. the aire pf 40,
' SL'OO w'rlt insure' ' ' $250 will insuro
In t!io Brooklyn.
In the Universal
$11,750 00
11,3110 Ol
$10,/?!: 90
10.26?? 90
Bal. in ravurof thc Brooklyn at stock rafes ?353 99 $385 00
The greatly advantageous feature of the Brooklyn in endorsing the Sur*
render Values upon its Policies, in Dollars end Cc nix. for len cortsccutivc
gears, has met willi unqualified praise from thc most celebrated American
Actuaries, as al.-o I'mm the Press, East, North and South.
Tiie Hon. Klix.ui* Wright, who is admitted to be the greatest Insurance
Mathematician and Actuary in America, congratulating Thc Brooklyn
upon this new and distinctive feature, says, among other things, " I am
particularly pleased by your departure in the right direction from che
ordinary method of computing the Surrender Values." "One of the great
'c-r. drawback!! TO the popularity ot' Life Insurance, has been the disapr
point men t and dissatisfaction of retiring Policy holders, at the smallness
rf the MWCi?d?rTtthtc paid," Sec. "All this would -have been prevented
by a .didi i ?e.1 s/fti&ment on the fPolicy, wt advance, ojthc mern, to he paid."
This e;atiTiienij-it will be Been, The J?rooklyn- mal?es iii iloljars and
cents, so flint fliirre-cau he na mistake.- ' ' ? ; ?
Read Wha? Southern Papers Say of This Feature :
. TH-Sehtificl, iJluhigh; North .Cyroliwi,\ Jail' 27N lS69.-^''Tbi6, great
feature of cash surrender values ia an improvement that signalizes the era
in Life Insurance."
. Sun, ( Columbus, Georgia)-"There is no better Company in thc land ;
a comparison with oilier corporations ol' a similar character, will convince
all of the superior safely in Inking risks willi The Brooklyn Life!'
I ispalch, (St. Louis, SfoV) Jan. 7. 1S09- A Policy iii The Brooklyn
Life is thus worth so ranch in ready money. This is Tim only Life.Com
pany in the country tliat has parried, titi* 'excellent'feature (ol' endorsing
the cash surrender values in dollars and cc n't*.) into its Visiness." "Pol
icy holders being doubly assured, the system cannot fail to become very
popular."
. it will be seen that wc assert, nothing i%.tlie aboyo advertiremeut,. but
make a sim?le statement of rho superior advantages of The Brooklyn, as it
appears from disinterested partial.
The Hon. M.'L. Bonham has been associated with us in the General
.Agencv of The Brooklyn for this State....
mmiiM- M(M & BUTLER,
; General Agents and ?Managers.
Office over the Citizens' Savings Bank, Columbia, S. C.,
A-nd at Edgefield S. C. - March 20tf
. . .SAVED BY P?RCJIASING DRY GOODS FROM ' !
Ill
OF AUGUSTA, GA.,
,. HERE the BEST VARIETY and QUALITY OF GOODS in the
City are to be found. . And where everything, from a Spool of Thread to
the finest Silk Dress, may be purchased
Cheaper Than in any Other Qouse in the City.
. EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS
Sent .down EVERY .WEEK by Old' Man' CHRISTOPER from flew
York. This Week, for instance,
1500 yards Striped and Chene BARAGE are offered at 5-cts. per yard.
2500 yards Striped JAP. POPLIN, at 12* cte per yard.
3?00 yards.Plain. JAP..T9PLIN, at 15 cts. per yard.
1200 Honey Comb QUILTS at ?H?hl ^ ^ . ^ '
-WHfflf? -i^'^^?s'ato*:'QiQtatioto of ? Jric?s, to'-"; ; ;' ^ : ' *',.;.]
CB?B?tSITOPflEB GBAY & CO:
Acguat^AiirillT . 3? 17
WHOLESALE AN? BETAIL DEALER IN
AND PEHIODICAL9,
183 BROAD STREET, AUCrUS?Ay (?EOR&IA.
[J . . ''''W ?.'"Vj.'!; rf'"l oyjMr^J fo'd?jjrv
.,* .... .. ,TTT-r-t>- .?(.'. ?|
Manufacturera'. Agent, and Wholesale Dealer ia. all k^nds of Blank Books,
for Mercantile une, including ^edgers, Journals, J)ay Boo^,.Kecor^p??ftBB
Books, Memorandum Books, Time. Books, Drawing anti Scrap. Bc?ks,;Anio-.
graph Books,'Copy, Cyphering and Exercise .Books, for School.us? ?pV, Ac'
:-The-: Writing Papers, including Cap, Letter aji.d'. Note, Awnca^,
English and French, Ruled and Plain, Stampedand Unntamped.
The stock of Envelope* embraces Letter, Note and.Offi?i^.'?iieii-of
i all colors- and 'qualities; besides a full line of General Statwneiy, including
all the innumerable minor items for use in theiCoqn^g ;Booirv1 : ?aU?j&.
Also, many articles that would be appnoprktely'leejf^iafced.as -Jftncy Sta
tionery.'4 . ? " . . ti . .. .'I'..: -.xx -di^i'.-l. ,
' In the Book Department, will be found tiieStand^d.Te^B^ksfbr^ehoola
and Colleges, Dictionaries; Bibles arid Prayer; Books^M?sic Bobfa, and a
large .assortment of Juvenile .? rid Toy Books, aird a^?i^iexrted'' stodcniji
General .Literature! '
In:th.e Miscellaneous Stock; in whijch we de?V.:T?e. qan ;X#Br,i?);h/iyei8 as
favorable terms as' any establishment! in.the trade..
? new Price List will soon'be i?suc'l? which; will aaable/prircbasers to
make selections and order by mail, ifvdesired. . Sujb orders-wiltix^oeiye'.
prompt and careful attention, since jtherj?most [thorough-system, marks the
mode of doing business in this establishment.
r Augusta, April .3,1872-15m3
. -uno-... bl .. _jj - -:-:?.ia ililli
-AND
?Went Porcelain-Lined Iron Cylinder Pumps
For Cisterns and Wells of any Depth.:
. Axe Cheap, Durable and Efficient
OVEH '3,000 SOHJD..
EVERY PUMP WARRANTED.
Any Person.Can Set Them. *
Sold everywhere by dealers iii Stand
ard Farm Machinery, Hardware and
Plantation Supplies.
Descriptive Catalogues . sent on i appli
cation. For terms, address the.manu
facturers.
J. F. TEMPLE & SONS.
CitrcAOo, III!
May 15 ' . 3m 21
wm
GnEAT
.0 tl THE RN
MONTHLY MAGAZINE,'
Two Dollars per Annum.
64 PAGES READING MATTER.
30 PAGES ADVERTISEMENTS,
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL,
D. WYATT AIKEN,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
li. M. TALBERT, Agent at Edgelield j
Court House, S. C. - '
March 6 ly*ll j
Doors,. Suslics,. Blinds, &c.
P. P. T Q A LE,
Manufacturer and i)Paler,
No. 20 Hayn? St, and fforlbeck's Wharf,
CHARLESTON,.S. O. - :'>
'^f^-Tliis'is tho largest and most com
plete Factory of the ?ind m tho South
ern'States, and all articles in this line]
can bo furnished by Mr. P. P. To ALE at |
prices which defy competition. .
j/ST"A pamphlet with full and detailed
list of all sixes of Doors, Sashes and
Blinds,-and the prices of ?ach, will be
sent fred and post paid, on application to
C?ARLEST02?, S. C.
July 26 .4 '.' *?.'! . ly . . 31
TO^?RTSMEN J
Shephards, Pointers, Setters, Hetriev
ers, Newfoundland; St. Bernard, Fox
.and Deer-Honnds, Greyhounds,
Blood-Eounds, Eatters, Co?ch-Dogs,
Ball-Bogs.
Pretiiium Chester White Hogs.
.Thor<?i!ga-Bm! Berkshire Hogs.
Fancy Poultry and Eggs.
Fancy Pigeons.
? Address
C. I. CALVERT,
Newark, Del.
??Sr All orders left with Mr. JOHN H.
FAIR, Edgcfield, S. C., will receive
prompt attention.
Nov. 22 Iv 4S
GLOBE MOTEL,
AUGUSTA, GA.
Jackson & Julian, Proprietors.
m E bes: leave to call tho attention of
ih? travelling public to this well known
Hotel, which wo have recently pur
chased, and placed on a fo?ting second
to none in the South.
No excuse will be spared to render it
a First Class Hotel in every respect, and
every attention will be paid to tho com
fort and convenience" of ga esta.
Augusta, Feb 14 6m8
Iced Soda Water!
FROM thia date the most exhilarating
Arctic SODA WATER, with avarledcol
lection of Superior SYRUPS, can bo
found at all hours at PENN'S Iceland
Fountain.
?St' Ladies,' as well as Gentlemen, will
find the Soda Water dispensed at this.
Fountain, cluirmingly delightful, sp right
ly and refreshing.
PENN'S DRUG STORE..
Mayl, tf 19
Demits' Sarsaparilla,
The ?Pureat and Best. *
Dennis' Stimulating Liniment,
Ascertained by many trials of it to be a
ror?remedy?f?r CoRci?xHpraes.
??Sf ior. sale at lidgafield, S. C., by the
Druggists.
May 29, ft 25
ofrece
That ?nstantlv
lay? ~'
* ^.T~ TT. ~~r~
? ? : ??- R*- ??
RADW^itEA?? SEl?iF
cun?graii v?roRsri??T?*/8
tpfroni??^^^ty Minno*.
EAD WAY'S BEADY EE?1EF 18 A CUBE FOE
EVE?Y PA
lt WM the Ant and lg th?'
S entes OongesrJotre, whether
of (he Lungs, Stomach. Bowels, OP other gland? or
I organs, by one application. ' '
; ' W7Ji?X'0HB<fO TWENTY ?TOZES.-"
No matter how -vicient or cicracluing tho cain lie
i EHEUMAncBed-rj?dei.? Jnarm, Crippled, Ncr
too?, NerrrsJgie, or prostrate*1 with disease may suffer,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
! ^_ WILL AFFOBl> INSTANT EASE.
tSYL?X?ATtOT* OF TEE K1DNEY8. ?
U?FLAMiLATIO.N OF THE BLADDEB.
INFLAMMATION OF TUE BOWELS.
i?&' ' CONGESTION OF THE- TJUN6S.
r'was ?"
HTSTEBro?/C?OUP-,-riPTH?RIA. c?;TF7
? - ? ^. ZB. CATJtBBH, INFLUENZA.
HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE. . '
KEUEALGLA, EUECMATIB?
COLT) CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS,
The application of the Ready "Relief to the
pan or parts ?hen the pain or dllEcoJiy eXliU wU
aQord ease and comfort. ?
Twenty drope in half a tumbler of irater wfll Jn a
law momenta core OB AM PS,; SPA? MB, S CCU
MACH,. DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY, WIND
rafflM&WELS.'jwBl ?NTEHNAL PAINS.
ave?frthould .Jwaysca'Ty a boiUe. .of -Kad
ways'. Ready .'Ur lief with them. Afcwdropa
in water will prevent slckuess orpslna from'ebongo
of water. Il ia JJCtnu- than Frenan. Brandy or Bitters
as a stftnnlanl.
Fever and Aguo. .
. FETEE AND AGUE cored for floycentaV There .
is not a remedial agent in Ute "world that willecre
Fever and Ague, and nil other Malarious, Bilious,
Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow, and other Fevers (aided
by Badway's Pills,) so-tralck as EAD WA Y'S BE
LIEF. Fifty cents per bottle.
HEALTH ["BEAUTY! !
I STBONG AND PUBE BICH" BLOOD-IN(*BE?SE
OF FLESH AND YTEIGHT-CLE AB SKI N AND
BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SECUELD TO
AL.
DB. RADWAY'S
HAS MADE THE MOST ASTONISHING CO BES; ?
80 QUICK, SO EA PID ABE TUE CHANGES ?
THE BODY UNDEBGOES. UNDEB THEAN-}
FLUENCE OF THIS TEULY WONDEBFUL
MEDICINE THAT
EVERY.DAY AN INCREASE!!, FLEM I
AND WE?GHTIS SEEN A??D FELL
IHE GEEAT BLOOD FtJBIFIEBt!
Every drop of Mit SAESPABILLIAN BESOL
VENT communiaitcn thrungli Vie Blood, Sweat,
Urine, und other jinidt und juice? cf the tyftem th*
?igor oj Ufe, for ii rtj.-ttire tile Witte? of the body
\ciUineiciind*iivndnat*rial. Scrofula, Syph?U,
Cmuiumption, G Ut nd ular ?inewt. Ulcers in tho
Tlirc'Jt,~Mouth,Ti:mo>s, Kode? in Ute Glind? and
oilier pat tn of Ute nytttm, Sore Eye*, Strvmorout
dUtcJtitrge? from the Eur?, and liievortt formiof
Skin dlneaeen, ?,~ufitlfii?, Fever Sore?, Sciltd Head,
liina Worm, Salt ffluum, Xrytipela*. Acme, Slade
Spot?. Wormeintho i"le?l^ .Sutnor?, Cancer?, in th*
Womb, und nil weakening and painful dUeharae?,
Night Sicca!*, lum oj Sj>erm and ali tc a ato of th*
Hp) principle, ?re icil'iin the curative range of VU*
uonder nj Modern Ci-emittry, and a fera day*1 vie
will prove to ans. pen-on utxn? it for either of the**
omi* of diteaxe it?potent potter to cure them.
* If tho patient, daily becoming redo c cd by thews ?tes
and dccempoellton that is coutinnalJy progressing,
Mice reds in arresting (hete wastes, and repairs Ute
same with new material* made from healthy blood
and this Hie SAESPABILLIAN will and does secare
-o care ia certain ; for w nen once this remedy oom*
menees its work of pnrttcxtkm, and rraceceds In di
minishing Ute loss .>!' waiUes.Hj repairs .will oerapld,
and every day the patient will fed himself growing
bettor and stronger, the food 'digesting better,-ap
Ute Improving, anc.flesh and weig?l Increasing.
I Not only iloesth?SAssAiuaiLiJAN EiaoLYENT ex
fcc! alt known remedial ogee is In thecuroor Chrtml -
Scrotalous.Constitutional, and Skin diseases' trot
ts the only positive cure for
Kidney dc madder Complaint
Urinary, and Wemb diseases, Gravel, Diabete
?DrepW, Stoppage <>r Water. Incontinence of Urine
Brigit's Disease, Albuminuria, and in all cases wher
there ar? brlck-dtint deposits, or the water 1 ! thlc^
cloudy, mixed wttli substances like ?ie.white.of i
egg. or threads like white silk, or there ls a morbid
dart:, bilious appearance, and white bone-dust de
posits, ?nd when then/is a pricking, buming sen?
I lion when passing water, sad pain, in the Small <
rth? Back and along the Lorna.
Dil. S
Perfect Purgative Pi]
perfectly tasteless, elegantly coate d with sweet i
purge, regulate, purify; elesase, and strongly
' Badway's PlUs, for the. core of ail disorders et lb
Stomach. Liver, Bowels, Kidneys, Bladder, Nerton
diseases. Headache, Constipation, Costiveness, lodi
gesUftU. Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Bilious Fever, In
flammstion of The Bowels, and all Derangements c
the Internal Viscera. Warranted to effect a positiv
cure. Purely Vegetable, containing no meran*
minerals, or dcletrriow drugs. j
(SETObserve the following symptoms r?sultai
from Disorders of tho Digestive Orguns;
Constipation, inward Piles, Fellness of tho ]
in ?he Hu.iu. Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, He
bum, Disgust of FOCH!, Fullness or Weicht In tb
Stocnach7BourETnctailons,8lnldng or Fluttering i
the Flt of the Etomaeb, Swimming of Ute He
Hurried and Dlfflculti?reathlnp.
A few do>es of BADWAY'S PILLS wOl fre*tb|
svsti m from all the"al>?ve named disorders, rr
23 cents per Box. SOLD BY DEUGGISTS.
BEAD "FALSE AND TB?E." Send one ?erwi
stamp to BAD W AT d, GOv.Na.85s, WA RUE
ST lt K KT, Of. Church Street, New York^ Uti
mation worth thousands will tx cent yon.
. L-QiJT.Z'S
CELEBRATED
j dal POMS
This preparation, long and favorablj
known, will thoroughly re-lUTigorst
broken down and low-spirited hors?
by strengthening and cleansing th
stomach and Intestines.
It is a sure prerenUreof all disease
incident to this snimsl, such as LUM
FEV EB. fi LAN HERS, YELLOW
WAT EB, HEAVES. COUGHS, DIS
TEMPER, FEVERS, FOUNDER,
LOSS OF APPETITE AND VITAL
ENERGY, Ac Its use improves
the wind, increases the appetite
{1res asmooth and glossy skin-and
transforms the miserable skeleton
Into a fine-looking and spirited horse.
Tw keepers of Cowa this prepar
tion is invaluable. It is a sure pr
v?nt?TWagainst Rinderpest, 1 -.lie
Hom. ?tc It has been proven 1
actual experiment to Increase ti
quantity of mil* and cream tWea
per cant, and make the butter ni
and sweet In" fattening cattle,
gives them an appetite, loosens their hld?, and mal
them shrive much raster.
In all diseases of Swine, such, M Coughs, Ulcers
the Lungs, Liver, ia, this article acta
as a specific. By putting from one- jJFj
half a paper to a ps per in a barrel of 4U?
iwffl the above diM tte* wm be ejradi
tated or entirely pr'vented.' IfTprar'
In time, a certain prereaflve and
tura fer the Egg dotera?
DAVID E. FWTZ, Proprietor,
1?ALTISOEF. Md.
Fer sale by Dhiggists and Storekeepers throucbodl
th? United States. Canadas and South America. J
SOT sale at leefield by A.A. COEN
BY. Feb 27 ljiT]
_>
Red Riist-Pi^oof Oats!
FROM' 500 to QOO Bushels for .
by the Subscriber. ?ost'Office
dress, Pliontt, Abb?viU?1Co.,;S. C. j
EXiBE?T DKYOR&j
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