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A Sharp Dodge Thwarted,
'hie followiig it. G-,v. Scott's es.
Fege ve oiig he bill apj r< priting
theaum, if $265,0d0 for legislatihe
8TATV. or SOUrTI CAI OLIA:,
COLVusAInA, March '7, 1871.
To 1he hionorable 1C & nate of &uth
OETI.r.iesNr : I return to your hoa.
oruble body, without iny appi-oval, an
Act i pproptriating $265,000 for leg.
it-lative expenses, for the following
rearnns, to wit. :
First, I regard the expeiditure of
the moncy aleady appropriated dur
lng this ses.ion, itnd the sum inclu
ded inl this bill, amounting in the ag.
gregate to $400,000, as t-imply enor
Imous for one 4,S'ssion of the )'gisla
ture. It is boyond the conprebon
uions of any ono how the General
Assembly could legitimately expend
one-lialf of that amount of money. I
cannut refrain from expressing the
opinion that there niust iivo been
some secret agecy in fixing the sum
at that amount, as a number of the
Members both of the House and Son,.
ite,have cxpies.ed their rurpriso at
finding tho nppropriation changed
front $125,000, Its it was believed to
have pa!sd, to that of $265,000. I
regret the neces.ity of returning the
Aet, without my npproval, on the
),st day of the sostion, but to do
otlherwiso, I feel thitt I would be
recreant to the duties imposed upon
mile by becoming a party to a wrong
by which the wholo pouple would be
made to suffer.
I might give many other cogent
reasons why this bill should not be
come a law, but time pi events my do
ing other than giving it my u'.quali.
fied disapprov.l, believing that the
mmbors of the General Assembly
1%ill, themtne!ves corr cot an error that
must have crept into the bill elan
destinlely iin its enriollment.
ROlERT K SCOTT, Governor.
Upon this sulject the correspondent
of the Chat leston News remarks :
Leslie, after the menago wos road,
stated that the increase arose from
the smuggling ill of the -Dennis
claim" for fitting tip the hall of lep
resentatives, and that it had been
voted on in the Seinate, while the
gen'ral appropriationi bill was under
discussion, without any one knowing
what they voted for. Tihe question
only being. "Shall we adopt the
House amendment ?" (This was
evidently a fact, no ote did seem to
know anything about it.) Leslie
thought that this should be no reason
why mombers should go home with
out their pay. The Governor was not
compelle to sign any cheek-, oxe pt
such as ho thought fit. Cotbin taid
that he had inquired of the Senate
Finaneo Cotnmittoo, and they did not
know how the anount was increased
and how the additional $1.10,000 came
in the bill. It %%,Is, however, well
known how it wis incurred. It was
the fitting up of the hall of Repreo
fsentatives which he decltred an out
rage and a bwindle. lHe had ex'erts
to) estimato the expeno.., at the highot
figure,and they told him that $25,
U00 would leave a big margin. Wim
bush, Ntsh, Rayne and Maxwell fol
lowed in a sitmilar stratin. Some were
in favor of getting the pay of mem.
Loers, while others would sooner go
htome without their pay than vote
for such a scheme. b)ut all united in
denotuncing the affair as a bare-faced
?The Force of Exolmple.
The frightftul results of evil assoeia
tions were never better illustrated
than in Coltumbia on Tuetsday nzight.
.It appears that the watchman discov
cred somne one pitching carpets out of
the windo~Ws of the committee rooms,
in the uppermiost story of the onpitol,
tand one other party with it wagon
near at hand preparing to take thtem
taway. Upon the watohtman attempt
igto interfere, the man with the
wtagon threatene:d his life, when Mr.
hleart, private seeretary to the Gov
nrnor, who happened to be near by,
calledl assistance to hiand, when Mr.
Singleton, a member of the IHouse,
grapplcd with the thief, antd after a
hard utruggle, secured him. Tfhe
niame of the thh.f scured is Abram.
Iltallin, from Sutmter, late an attache'
of the General Assembly. The par.
ties throwing the carpets out of the
window snceedod in making their Cs.
caipe. Rutflini was lodlged in the
guardhouse. Poor Ruflin I ie, in
imitating h is exemplaurs, his great
fault in legislative ey'es,is that he was
* caught. hot him put in a plea of in
satnity-that his head was turned by
* the public plunder going on around
him-or onl11 for an investIgating som
inittee I- Uhar. News.
Another Sondoy it I PhgIlatclphia.
On Sunday afternoon a serious riot
oceurod in the southwestern portion
of Philadelphia, which was participa
ted in by a large number of white
and colored boys and men, and the
woet~mrs of a colored military om
panty, wvho were attending a funeral.
lIhring the disturbanoe a number of
shots were fired from pistols in the
hands of the rioters on either side, and
it is stated that, when thte freous was
-,at its height the members of the mill.
tary company made free use of; the
butt. of thetir muskets, and several of
themt fired their pieces, loaded with
[ blank cartridge, into the white oro~d.
A number, of fersons were more or less
injured, an<I the disturbance was
not, quelled until the arrlval of a po
lioe force. -
An Alabama law gives the lheirs
--of-every one mturderod by Ku Klux
$5,000, payable from the County
Ti'e urtiy and Mrs. B. R. Thomson
andi Mrd fMagy banpbell arelin Cdurt
at H u,,tsvihe f or $5,000 each, for mor
W A. "T O E :m s.
The extensive use of these watches for
the last fifteen years by Hallway Cohduo.
tors, Eingihieeret and Expiessmen. tihe most
exactihigof watch-weaters, has thoroughly
demonstrated hlie strengtl steadiuess,
durnbility and accurney of the Waltam
Watch. To satisfy fihat class it all these
respects, Is to decide the question as to the
real value of these timo keepers.
More than 590,000 of these wAtches are
now speak'ng for timcnselves it the pookets
of the people-a proor and a guarranteo of
their superiority over all o hers.
The sioperior organiition and great ex
tent of the Conpany's Works at, Waltham,
ennhlo them to prodatce wntcies at a pt'ice
whiich renderns competition fatil -. anti those
who buy any ot1her watch merely pay front
25 to 5 per cent. mors for their watches
These time-pleces combine every frn
provemont that long experience had prov
ei of real practical utie. iHaving hail t l-e
refusaal of nm ly every invention in watch.
making originating in this oountry or in
lEurope. only tiose wero finally adopted
which severe testing by the most skilful
artisans in ouir works, and long use on the
part of the public, demonstratled to be us
sent ial to cortrect and en-luring timo-keep.
Among ine many improvemeLts we yoUld
The Invent ion and ume of a centre 0it6on
of peculiar construction, to prevent dain.
age to tie train by the breakage of-mnin.
springs, Is original with the American
Watch Company, wol.n, hr ving had the re
fisni of il oil-er contrivances. adopted
Forg's patent pinnin at. being the best and
liardenned end tenpored hair-springs,
now tniversally dunditted by Watchmakers
to be the neal, are used in all grades of
All Waltham WatichiAs have dust proof
caps, protecting the movement fron dust,
anud lessening tine necessity of tine frequent
cleanning necessary to other watches.
Our new patent Mem winder, or keyless
watch is already a decided success, and a
great improverment on any stem-winding
watchin i the American manrket, and by far
tie chnrapent watch of its quality now of
fered to tine public. To those living in
portions of t(.e Unitol States where watch.
makers do not abounaid, watuolce with the
abovo mentioned improvements which tend
to ensunre accuracy, cleanliness, durability
anti convenience, tmst prove invauanble.
The trademarka of tihe varions styles
mnde by the Company are as follows :
American Wnich Co., Waltham, hams.
Amn. Watch Ci., Wltham, Maass.
American Watch Co., Crescent St,, Walt
Appleton, Tracy & Co., Waltham, Mass.
American Watch Co., Adams St., Walt.
Waltham Watch Co., Walthnm, Mass.
1P. 8 Bartlett, Waltham, Mass.
Win. Ellery, Walthiam, Mass,
Home Watch Co., Horton, \lass.
10amene lte spelling of these naenes
:arefully before buying. Aay variation
Iven of a stugle letter, Indicates a counter
For sale by all leading jewelers. No
watches retailed by the Company.
An illuistrateid history of wi inh making.
oonaini ng tuch uisefunl infornatiion to
watch-wearcrs sent to any nldre as on ap
plication. ROBBINS & APPLETON,
leneriral Agents for American Watch Co.,
182 Broadway, New York.
For Hand and Machine
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will dinspore of Onne linandred Inanos, Me
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Blood, Liver anid Kidneys. Recom.
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Itend thetesatmony of P1hysoicians anid
patients who huve used llosadndisl, send
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publish for gratnitous distribution ; it
will give yiu na teh valuable informa
Dr. It, W. Carr, of Baltimore, sa. a
I take plenstire in r commending your
Roandalis as a very powerful alterative.
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hnappy result-one in a ense of second
ary syphilis. ii whIch the patient pro
nounced ltltoatrlf enred after htaving
inken five battles of'your medicine.
Iho other ii a case of scrofula of long
s1tanding, which is rapidly Imps oving
. nder lis tse, and the indllcations are
that the pattient will soon recover. I
hmave carefutlly extaihed the ftrormula
y whicht yottt llosadalie is made, anmi
'ind it and excellent cotmpottnd of alter
ADr. tSpar-ks. of Nicholasvllle. Ky ,
says he has used lIosadalis in cases of
Scrofula and eccondary Syphilis with
satisfactory restlts-as a cleanser of
the Blood I fr~now no better-remedly.
I htave u..el seven botles of Rosadal.
gie, and am etntirely cured of lIheuma.
teim ; bendime font bottle., as I wish it
Lfor my brot her, who has sorofoltes sore
Bienjeain Dechi'd, of Lima, Ohio,
write., I have snafered for twenty years
with tfn invetetr~e eruption over my
whole body ; a short time since I pur.
chased a botle of ltosadalis and It ef
focted a pet feet cure.
Rosadalia li sold by all dlruggie.
S Laboratory, SI Isehantge Place, Ba)
timore. lDis. CLEMINTS & CO.,
may 19-ly Proptietors.
P. P.. TOAUr,
CHARLESTON, $. C.
13'* Largest and most conaplete N
I47 Maqt9eipyy of.~)oordeshlm. - 'g
8&- es, Blhnd. u Moulidings &c., --r
4' I inthegothert,tates, . -
Printed- Pfiee -at Mee Competileb
$fg Net free pa applieplen
proos ~s j a bs edA qt'antity
ofprGuesps (pr ~MId~ling .Opza,
At 15 ota., delIvered at p aters depot, lby
, qaajaope the mn lcetprmu
0 4,0 # , f tI16 best, ylI d (pom out
CO, UI8 CO
. _AN GUANDS,
*A9 JEAND SULPHURIO AOm,
- *1IeUred at tho
TIWAN W ORK S,
SULPHURIC ACID AND SUPER-PHOSPHATE COMPANY.
T EB now wall known ETIWAN GUANO is manufactured from the Native Bone Phi
TphaIes of South Carolina. These Phosphates in their natural state ' are Insolub
and required to be ground to powder, and made Soluble by Sulphiric Acid. This (ot
pany have now in operation lte laigest Mulphuri: Acid Chamibers at the Sousih, and ar
thereft-ro, able to manufacture at fihe lowest ratesp, fihe highest grisde of Fertilizar -
Srig clenr that Ihe greater the proportion of Soluble 'lhmitniate which any Fertifiv
contains. the leds the1 quantity required per nore. In nr.ier to n-ike ithe Fertiliser cer
idege. Annonia and 'tthii inl sutl*icent quanfti is are a"Ided. With these viewst he Lot
puny matufacture anl oiler for ualo
Watrnntetd to contain from 36 to 20 per at-ti. of Diteulved Bone l'hiiphate of liMe at
front '. to 2j per ent. fit Amnonia, wit h a anuilient nddi'hlon ot l'ei Uvialt iunno a!
Pot sit, to adtpt If to crops. Price $6 1 er tul cblh : otn tiene, $110 per ton, and Is
terest I per cent. per ntini.
DISSOLVTJD B N~ED
Of 111gh Grade. suilable for U anufactirr (.r for l'latieirs, b-ing in, iteif afn excelles
Fertilizer. and teCiatly adapted frr rpet1. As (,ie q ntillet or- Sulphiurie Ae
are fuei 1o disci. lilte I'hophate, this vill le f( id a eenp nitd convenient way
rarport that maltriil. Thie ginde- furnieled will I e fnom 18 it 20 ler cent Dissolve
Bonte Phosphate. Price $40 per te n, cnshi ott time. $45. With itt rest tit I per cent
per atinn. Mill hither gratdves %ill e Iuiniil.cd it o lidtr at tin additional prioe p
OOMOUTND ACD P-OSpi-Ipgi
Speciltly piepa:ed for Cotposting with 'otlon Seed atnd other' I latation .\lanu -e.
Price $35 per t n, cash ; on tin.e, $40, wiith interest at ' per cent. per annui .
At mneal lower rates, cottpitising simpg- or the native Dote l'iophues ground to po-wde
Price $20 per toti, cash; on timne S42, atd iterest at .5 per cent. per annum.
WM. C. ~B~Ei & 00.,
Agents, No. 14 Adger's WhIaf, ohrleston, S. C.
N. r.--The percentage Dissolred B0ne Phtosphate of Lime an] Ammonia in all it
Eliwans, is nacertnined at the Works. by their Cheniso, before dolivery. Should as
parchaser he dissatisfiedl, he may return ave age samples of nny purchase, within (31
days after delitery, and wil; be asnalyzed anow, and tny deficiency in the perceuta1
gunntileed will be marle good to him by the Conipany. jan 25-3m
EIGHTEEN YEAWS OF PRACTICAL SUCCESS.
14 ritOICED in 1852. Pa entled December 20. 1969. -Oriet't Super Phoel-hnue man
fuctured in this Country. APES' NITROG&EIZEI1) 8UP'IV'. l'OSPilA TB 0
Bones. Phospliatic Guano. Concentrated Aninoriical 1atter nfid Sulp'turio Acid. N
Salo, Falr Cske. Planter. Nitre 'ake, nor any Adulterant of any kind used.
Price $60 eash, in quiantities of 60 Tons. For less quantity, $60 cash. Send ft
panphlet. KEruilN & ROBERTSON, Agents,
feb, -1 MWinnsoo, S. C.
WHANNIS RAW BONE SUPERPHOSPAThs
me Great Fertilizer of all Crop
T rpoi, unparssilsd success of thpis Gres
lIecrtilizer on All Crops, proves it to b
file Rest .ttd Cheapest Maniurei now offere
l A U '11 haunt; lee,. used by matny elf the meo
"11tIC1tt ['la~nter.4 ill thle South, ard
IlL 4J3 ~ In Every Single fillstanee It la
SIp r n ~ pi Given Entiresa;tisfactioii.
F&M 11-0On Cot lon its offeetsl have been part ic
STANDARD GUARANTEED irly utket. It is n ro titig f
V-1mrnnit lo!-phale to incretise Ijie yiel
~*5 I,1bi rolls One hutiirsd to Two Ilsindi cd Pt
let, , or even tnore.
MANUFACTURED BY Mr oo. C. Dixon. ni einent plAnter
Cttrineron, Ga., Pays in a letter to the Plat
WALTON,WlANN& 'er & Banner, an e .
WILMINGTON,DE "anon. tie %VitAnti's proveL. itelf tie be,
il of alt t hoses tried. Paying it Net l'rofl (eve
FOR BALE BY f ft thi present low price of cotton)
'4fl~ ~$20 90 per acre of cotton. A copy of Mi
'0101M ERR~aDixon's let tar, Riving defailt, oill be fayi
rom*Q 01111 8 nislied on application.
AU .A F. RO ra MP.S
CLAGORN, EERING & CO.
WIIOUSA N MED RCTAL AK i'
A 8upeialy hirseaont ffe a Thr e ofeattylrtilozermofrall Cro
J~ressrGoldEuaparricedsacclos os beiorerth
Fetiizr n llCrpa povs a.o
jN ho ilestfondDreenpend Manure now oafers
I opened a grest varietuofdchoiceanylof-the' o
tionsnonent Planters in theAugust,,nGa
I~oy a' wear, aecyrefllyeselectadcstotkhi
heey ientOnIav d Coto ir efet hav bee pajc
odr y mparked.tIc islno saandthiot.,
wher, a fmllnesshrtdred willwoh Hund bedkep
egMr Geo. C.tDixoatinBeminent planter
spunronWoo.,nsyisineryleull, tod oheerea
Ii.L.A. AL, A~utaGa WILCOXe, GIBBS &na e COr,
ii14~A'bagan ae ffrd n h rts see ledn Suprphspaesr
'25Gunnon. theiWhann'sproiltsiTaelinghe b
asksofoalt ,hoieensiedicpingn, auNetsi'rofit (eve
era, loslry,&o.$10 90y per Saceoeonn . A4 ropy of Mt,
Ii. j, AjKBAlC, AgustDxa. 's Geate, givi dEata , Ch llutbe fal
-on A D~r
~ rfaeli is enbl ni tobu w OLr AJN O R , P. RR 1ING&V Cr.,
N3 I L Chaleton SUC.a, Augusasa. ~ Vr ute nom tio a.
H . L. A. BALK, g a. REDR& AT
wi oeL AetD I~t DEA1.En otIN
ASK Broa ASt., Augusta, Ga. AN
8 aL secdiwallte es roeresnt la ge erlCm iso 'ha
1res GdsI, at ApricLs, stlowasts befor thee' haf ~re~oS
war.seeL A A. 6LK,
19. L 4. A ugust, Ga. --
Sfb .1 A. ii.ALKE..fAugustagoia.
IN Cassemetes, and eans, for Gents an
BoyVA' ea carefulySele Too is~~~~at7Oniatdaag
.~offrdat ourD ices. E .:ae .~tCr~tnti t
where arfull assoromentiwillnal'iays beakep
H, . L. B . Augu Sta, pGta. Oy1
Win 8MrtlagLP0aidad, riped Home
spans, WoolonisCis very fulliandFoffere
at fatory ricms Poates..)a
apr l . . . A K Auut I Ga.e 4- IIIS ae~.
HENRY TH ELMBO D'S
00sponedl forts.a.Duid ixtrect RAh.a
and Bluilt *ltrqct Cqteeobe Grape.,,
Por Liver Conlaiht, -atiudic, Bilio
Airectiods,.O1k o# Nervous -Headaci
1ostiveness, et., Purely Vqgetable, Co
taming no Mercury, 1ineral or Dl
it These Pills are thb tnoss delightful pie,
Ir ant purgative, superseding dantoP'oil, sni
. gesia. etc. There is nothing mote n
3. ceptablo to the stonnah. They giv tot
aid cause neit her natudin nor griping pait
They are composed f the fihmAl ingredien
After 6 few days' use of them. such an I
d vigdrittlot of the entitE i4yslet'fakes pie
d as to appenr niraotljusi to the wea a
enervated, whether arising from impr
device or dietnense. I T HIenbold's Oni
pnuitd Fluid extrMat Catawba Grape Il'i
lre not sugar-coated, (on the fact th
bugiar.coated Pills do not dieseIv,, btt pq
through the stomach Wit hont dossolving on
d sequenily do not produce the deir-ed e#*
rua CATAWUA GRAti P11.1,s. being pleas
in taste and odor, do no: necessitate thi
r being sugar coated. Price Fity Cents p
hENRY . BMI3MOiD'
I1ighly Concent,ated Compoufnd
FLUII EXT. SARSAPARILI
Will radically extermitmate ft.n the sytt
$crofila, Syphilis. Fever Sores, Ulcel
Sore Eyes, Bore Legs, $ote Mouth, 8a
hlead, Bronchitis, akin. MIeesen ,.8
Rheutn, Cankers, ilunningfe froM the -A
White Swellings, Tumore, Cawcerous A t
lions. Nodes, Rickets, Olndulat SWEllini
1) Night Sweats., Rlah Tetter, Hut'tors ofi
:e Kinds, Chronio Rheamatism, D)yspepul
and all diseases that have bee esabiish
in the system for years,
Being prepared expressly for the tabove en
F plaint*, its Blood.Purifying properties a
greater than ally other preparation of S
saparilla. IL gives the coiplexion a ole
and healthy color anid restores the patiel
to a ef:ate of heath and purity, For put
0 fying theo blood, removing all chronic co
stitilonal disenses arising front ar fInpa
r smate of the btnod, arrd the only reqfab
and effectual kn6wn remedy for the cure
Pains and swelling of the [tones, Ulcer
tions of the Throat and Legs, Blopohe
Pimples on the Pace, Eryspelas and m
Seal? Eruptions or the Skin, and Beaut
fying the Complexion. Price, $1 60 p
e HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S
FLUID EXTRAOT BUCHU,
Tml R uAT iinEIIRST[O.
has enred every ease of binbetes in wihic
it hls been given. Irritation of the Neck <
tie lnndder and Infornaation of the Kit
neye, Ulceration of the flidneye rnd Bin<
der. Retention of Urine, Diseares of il
or Prostate Glnn-1. Stone in the Blitider. Ca
o culti., Oravel, Briehdust IVepowm, -antl Nt
cos or Nfilky Discharges, and for ttfr-obif
-nd Dolicate Contnustitions of both Sexe
)f attended with the following eyovptorns: 11
i. iisposition to Exertion. Loss of Pows
Loss of Memory, DMR.-trtly of Breathin
d Weak Nerves, Trembling. i.rrer of bei
mt ease, Walkefulness, bimnes of Vistio
n Vain its the Back, 11ot ands. Fl hing
the Body, Drynbs of the- Skin, Pvrnptic
on the Frace, P114d Countenance, Wltevrs
L.essittde of tipe Masoulaor Systerm, etc.
Used by persone from Ihe ages of eig!
teen to twenmty-nfvev. and from firiy.five I
fifty-6fve or in the deeline or chailge of lift
after roatnnemsent or labor pans; bed-we
ting in hbildres,
-Iel'Esros Bootk s lierel
arising from habrits of dissipotton, and e:
tesmues and fmpnudeween I'n 15fe, lm ptrisi
of the blood, etc., swperstedin gCoabiha
Affections for whicltit is traec,tand .yph
flitio affetow.-hn thes~e diseaes tred
e'osawetew wfith ieitabseld's ee Wash.
In taany affections pectiar to ladies, 1}
Extracs Buchti he unequ ailed by atty oth
remerly as la I hioeosle of Metent Ion, I
vrgmah~rslty, Paisnfeiness or Srtppression
Castomary Evneuntions, Ulcerated<
8ebfrtus st'te of the Uterns, Leueofrhet
of Whmitett, Sterility, and for all complaint
incident to the see, whether atising froi
Uindlscrtion et habits of dissiee. 'It
Ipresoribedezrtensively by the nroce engine
pfrysfcians and midwives for enfebld at
d4eicate constltutions, sf both sexes an
aB stges (attended' with-anyof the abo1
H. T. Hielmibold's Extraet Buseh
evnPs alsN s ss An'-lG N OoM tNPR UEN'
0ss, HIAWIfe of itsstPA~ToN, ITO.,
in all their stages, at little expense, little<
no change in diet, no tiacotrrenienee adt I
exposure. Price, Ono Dellar and Fifi
Cents per Bt Le
I, iT, Ueimbold's Imiptoved Rose Wash,
c'onnot be surpassed as a trace Wash and el
be found the only specific remedy in evet
species of Cutan~ otis Affectioti. It speed
ly eradicates 1 iple s8pots, Sedrbutto Drj
neas, indtaaions of ike Cotaaews Mlen
Inlamnation, Hfvea, Rash, Mioth tc~ths
Diryneas of Scalp or Skin, Vt'este bites, a:
5 all purposes for which Salves or Olnt en
are used ; restores th, skin to a ste
plarity aini softness, and fiteures eontinu
.healthy action to the. tissues of its svessel
on wich dlteods the agremable' olearneC
and ivacky of complexion so ameth shaq
and .'denfred.., Bpt hio#ever. vqi,usitle s
remedly for extisting derfeets of thes kin, I
T hlalmbatd's'RtasM N'th hhs longataikng
its principle climn to unbounided patronni
by pssessing qualities which render it
Toilet A ppendage of the niost gi'urpai
and Congenial ohatAoter, co'lbinitng in a
e~egant formtula those prominent requisitt
Safely and ffacy-tme invahabmla A
companimenmts of its us4,---s' a- -pve
vat iv, and Btefresher-oS the Complexin...
It is an *segte Iotfak ?fot'odisA
I, of a8.9ph iie Ngture, ,and as sa h
See.le. fsr disekses of the OIrinarf 0i
,gas; arising from; jiabita'of disaipsitiei
used in connection with th eigr~ac4 Sucli
Sarssparilla, and Catawa6 3rpeltills,
s~aohdisaet redepntmesd ad,,egd 1
Fulltm and espluel ies 99q4mpsny U
b Evfdenekof tfaussae~e sbYe atnd t<
b' liabf4 chertkofe'fbrlts ' o4 lcatioA
1sh-hundreds-of thdus&#d6 of-livn
Settns,- aetd savd oa80 000. anselioitt
Sedtes a $ et 0144idtyyJte
Henry T. Eel dRGaIgo 0lpS'
Established U ward of Tweaty Yqar..
Sold by 04ieiWh4e. Addriss
lettprefor.I o Ix e9 denq* to
,. HENRt T. 9uL"BLD, Dieuggist and
nl I Z~o oI s ;WELBOTJVS Dra
ano m I al uare '.is5.94 6roa4
way. New York, or to 11. T. IEILMBOLD'&
IN MA40. 1 .do epp, P, a0lG ;oSTe Tent Street,
Philao hi. ,Pa.
De oftttiihterfeit.. ' fot WEN.
RY T.,-1H MBOLD'S I Take so .the,.
8101fI, First Prss eds Awarded.
- THE GREAT
t~ttpAo?,,s Ss ot
P IA NO P 0 It T E 8,
oft, Baltinfore Md.
nt TiueilnstruraenIs hat. bien before the
r public for nearly 'fbtty Years and upor
er iheir elcellenCe afffte atained an unpiara
cted pea inetlwhkiet pronounce4
thewmd.4dall'o. T .
combines brent power, sweetness and fie
sfngng qvealfe', Nit well as great purity off
I ntonat Aand 8Veeths throughout the
entire sale. Their
re is pliant'and - laai, and antirely free fro
AS the stifoness found in so many Pianos
r. In Workmannhip
o- thty are Unequalled, aving but the very
8. best. 9SA8o01 NAfetiAsL, thi large espitaf
ill employed In our batiness enabling us to
a, keep continually an immenas ekoek-ef luis.
ed br, &a.,.on hand,
SW All our SquAms rsAltes have 61r
New Im:praved OureIrsif eaf and the
n- Xj We forid esll apevlal attention to
re onr late inprovements in GR.AND PIANOS8
r" and SQU IRE GRAN DS, PAt1SXT6 A voUse
ar 14. 19t66, which bring the Piano nearer per
at fection than has yet been attainid.
,I - Very.Piano Auty WevaVnVd for 6 Years.
n- We vae male arrangenetae for the SOLCf
le Wffsra.xas'.a oiT f6r the met celebrated
I PAJILOR ORGANS AND MELODEON8,
al which we offer, Wholesale and Retail, at
a- Lowest Faetory Pricep,.
a. #(. KA11E &CO.,
11 sept 1I -6m-altimore, Md.
-o Am in Ster and to Arrhie,
Chofee 1114 cotfie,
. Best Old deiernament Ja.e Cee,
na . E, leon ide a,
. In. Bulk 11d##,
" Wak- h.. utyo~d
seCheieg 1blae *Jeans, iar, u
et Pice haega atnd Osaegg o h
Ormb I~~se il Jenad , Whrtage e
eal afee arcasitm- Lelshe r ies
' 6Seks amiyoalos.afd eorie
ayheong '1had and s e, aejs
et~ Pranes, Chtam ,tta f*see.eies h
SCahi yer, (~A ads af, Cac-kes Fes
de*m iisefre pein lehere. uits
y 08akFmily fleur
7 jda 26a~!~~l
LQ Vutnl 8.g rc Cofe, STe sarits
4epttCae, C ah4 fkld stos ,
" atheri tereaCA~, 95 n Craekers, a.
d r, &i A*, Aleii, 10es-n aeb
A agelt f g ip