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The Last lanco.
- )uiing the occupancy of the City
of Mo.cow by t-he French army, a
party of officers and soldiers deter
wined to have a military levee, and
for this purpo.e chose the deserted
palace of a nobleman. As the sun
went down they began to assemble.
The women who followed the fortunes
of the French army were decorated
for the oocasion. The gayment and
noblest of the army wore there, and
merriment reigued over the crowd. -
During the dance the fire rapidly
approached them ; they saw itcoming,
but felt no fear. At length the
building next the one they occupied
was on fire. Coming to the windows,
they gazed upon the billows of fire
which swept the city, and then re.
turned to their amusements. Again
and ag,tin they left their pleasures to
watch the progre.s of the flames. At
length tho dane ceased, and the no
cessity of leaving the scene of merri
1PTent became apparent to all. They
w,pre enveloped in a flood of fire, and
they gazed upon it with deep and awful
At last the fire communicating to
their own building caused them to
prepare for flight, when a brave young
officer named Carnot waved his jew
eled hand above his head, and ex
claimed : "One dance more, and do
fiance to the flames I" All caught
the enthusiasm of the moment, and
"One dance more and defiance to the
flames I" burst from the lips of all.
The danceo commenced ; louder grew
the sound of the music, and faster and
faster fell the pattering footsteps of
dancing men and wome!i, when, sud
donly they hoard a cry. "Tho fire
has reached the magazine I Fly-fly
for your life I" Onio moment they
stood transfixed with terror; they
didn't know the magazine was there,
and ere they recovered from their
stupor the v4ult explodod , the build.
ing was shattered to pieces and the dan
cots were hurried in:,o a fearful eter
The Prsfils of Manitifactiirig.
For the encouragement of those
who are hesitating about taking stock
in our proposed now manufacturing
cotpanios, we commend the follow
ing statement of the value of the
stock t.d the profits made by a few
of the leading manufactories in the
"Chicapeo Mills, dividends twenty
six and a third per ceit ; cupital
$420,000 ; value of itook $325 on pat
Mertimno Mills, dividends, fifteen
and a half per cent. ; capital $2,500
000 ; value of stock $1,700 on par of
Middlesex Mills, dividends, twenty
two and a half per cent. ; otipital,
$750,000 ; value of stock, $400 on
par of $100.
Nautmkeag Mills, dividends, nine
teen nid fike-eights por cent ; wil ,:i.
$1,500,000 : value of stock, 1i
on par ft $100.
Pacifio Mills, dividends, twenty-one
and a quarter per cet:t ; capit..l, $2,
500,000 ; value of btock, *2,2.10 on
par of $l.000.
Salistury Mills, dividends, twenty
two and a half per cent. ; capital,
$1,000,000; value of stock, $3G0 on
par of $100.
Similar results have been obtnined
by the Anuguta ianmufacturing Cent
Pt tnuder its present inttellIigent antd
r.killful mtan.agemebnt, whotsu stock is
nlow worth fromt $190 to $200 unit
whieh pays regularly 29 per centt.
aninal dividends, besides carry ing
each year a~ lage amtouent to its surplus~
fund .--CGhronide a1 nl &ntinecl.
Few now contend that ladies shouldl
always be givenu the inside of theo
pavement itt rtssing. The rule ttdopt
ed in cities is to turn to the right,
whether the rightt leads to the wall or
to the gut ter, anid an observantee of
thtis conta ton-sense rulo would obviate
itnith unupleasant "seruogintg" by over
gallaint gentlemati who uersistemttly
crowd for the outside of' the walk.
Another commni custom, reqiiedi by
fashtionable et iquett te, and otto which
is nearly as inexplicable and absurd,
is the practice of a whole st, ing of
meon fiing out of a chturch pew, a,
kitng thtentneves as ridiculous as
an "awlk ward squad" pra.ctisintg at
"catching stop" tn order to give wo
men the wvrontg eud of the pow, as that
of a tian whean on a promenade o,
walk withI a lady to keep himseclf on
the outside of thte pavement. A lit tle
exercise of jutdgmtent will convince
any p,erson of the utter uselessness ot
ehsbbbing back and forth at every
Tecommon rule isthtis. If a man
and womtan are walking. shte shtould
always be at htis rightt arm, whtether it
be towards the intside or outside of
the walk, then the woman will not be
shoved against the passers.
Sickles, one of the most fragrant
exoties in the htot-htouse of "the lHigh.
er Civilization," whIo murdered his
wife's paramour, and thten took back
gushaingly to) tho marital bad and
hoard, is speiech-tnaking in Now York
instead of disgracing tho position of'
United States Minister to Spaini,
whtich lhe at present defiles. Thi.
Bayard of debauchery Is boatinig
about the political bush losking fur
a purohasor, anad is keeping himself
and htis political and social sores in a
oonspiouous plaoo as uisuil, whore the
pubbec cannot fail to see the noisome
apootaoloe.-V. 0. PicayuJne.
An aristocrai lay, after anxious
*inquiry as to wvhat would remove
painp. from .her window glass, was
told t'hat "elbow greneo" wa~s tbp best
tthing known, whereupon site naively'
eixelheited, "Oha I Tit'so glad that I
have found out I I wonder if they
keep it at the apothecary's 1"
In an article on negro, the Eaton.
ton Press and Messenger says :
We believe the '9nthusiasm once
burning in the colored man's bosom
upon the subject of his newly acquir.
ed suffrage Is rapidly dying out ; this
chracterlstic monomianii, made so
manifest in ignorance and bulleyism
on days of election, is gradually sub
siding ; therefore it becomes the more
intelligent of every community to
exhibit no interest either for cr
against him, as a political man, ro
garding him in the light of a charac.
ter whote privilege is to do as lie
pleases. If he wants to vote let him
do so peaceably-if he does not, let
him alone in his exercise of his right
to be retired from the crowd and
conftusion on election ocesior.s. Do
not poison his wok mind, or. interfere
with his bli 6sful ignorAne by ondeav
Oring to enlighten hilu upon the
science and theory of Goverinnots so
complicated and intricate for even
our wieost statosnea ; nor npon him
the necessity of voting for this or that
nan. Il fact, manifest no interest
in his politoal status, and soon the
whito people of this country will be
the only ai.irants to office-elected
by different parties, it may be amuoni
themselves, the negro only coning in
only as a balance of power-the
greater portion having given up all,
political or s:ffrago aspiratiuns. Con
vince him that with a wholesome ad
ministration of the laws by honest
poople he has all his rights and privi
leges sooured, and you imake him at
once contented to remain at home
faithfully digging "wid de shovel and
do hoo," feeling conscious thut he in
in the right place, and inspired with
the hope that when "ole Masser"
above calls-lie will depart tis wick.
ed world and go "whar all do good
Dr. Muter, in the pages of the
Food Journal, calls attention to what
lie ternm a neglected source of fiod.
Some time ago, while investigatinig
cocoa by means of the inicroscope, he
discovered an ingredient employed by
way of adulteration to which he could
give no name. leently lie had a
sample of a substance uffered on toe
Mark Lane Corn Excbango as a food
for cattle, forwarded to him for an.
alysis, and here, again lie found the
unknown adulterant. It now oceaeo
necessary to deal with the tfatti-r
serion,ly, and so further microscopitig
investigation lcd to the discovery
that the mysterious ingredient ,was
simply the flour of the artchis hypo
gcena, or Afrian earth nut. Tae
public havo long had to rest content
with the knowledge that they too
often have no idea what they are eating
and they will consequently hear with
relief and almost with satifiaction
that the bean of this earth nt is ''an
m. led etsen.e,whiolh, iw-tei-d
A bi~ : Ued only for cattle food, or
b1V sPino ndulteritors more enlighten.
ed than tho:r noighbors, should be
everywhere recognized as a nirketa.
bl aiiele of diet." It is declared
to surpass ICaS in its Dutritive prop.
orties, and to bo evon richer than
lentils in flesh-formning constituents,
while it cntains miore fut and miore
phosphoric Acid than either of them.
GreRt Loss of fille iln TexuS.
BethI thle late cold weiathier and
the drought have oceasiouned an Ihn
mense lots oif cattle iinu may portiou,s
of Teoxas. Ind(eedl, the stock inuterest
hai riot received for nmany years such
a veore blow. Acer:ing to the
Texas parpers it is < stinmated thirt
200 000 head of ezrtrlo hive died
during the past few weeks in WVestornr
Texas. Th e loss has been fearful
betwucon thre Ganidailupe arid Nui'ces
rivers. In 0Gola id ailone 25,000r ani
miials hav e been ski nned1, an rd ab out.n
egna Itnmber ini San P?atricio arid
'rhe Situ Ant on10 I ferald says thart
in a space of ono nule opposite
Helene, 1,000 or mioro animals have
been sklinried. Within a space of
three miles, near Kennedy's I"erry,
ont the Nusoes, 5,000 mere haivo died,
and rmany of thre Cicasses have been
stripped of the hides.
A. hlast acounts the cnttle were
dying in Texas at a fear fuil raite, fromt
starvation. After the cold weather
caime a terrible drought, arid there
wias l itterally ino grass for themr to
subsist uip on. So the loss of stock in
theo counties abovo mnt iod, ini Vrc
toriai, Do Witt, (hoizahos rand other
neighboring portinits, ti is wi inteor arid
Sptrinig, maty be estimiatedl at about
one. half. We rejoice to learn that
aibundanit rains have ecenthy fallen
over all the State.-A'ew Orleans
.A Singular Ibmestlic Ruplure.
About three years age, a young
coule were miarriedl at New Albanry.
The husband was a protestant, the
wife a Catholic, anid the marriage was
solemnized by a Methodist mLiister,
the husband refusinig to bo married
by a Catholic, and tire wif.i being&
willing to have the ceremony solemn~.t
ized by a Protestant mirirster. Th'le
couple lived together htappiiy onough
until recently, when tire wife de4und(
ed that tIre marriage be again sole.rn.
ized, and by a Catholic priest, as
she did rnot consider the cermorny by
the Methodist muinister at aill bindtig,
The husbarid refused to accede to the
wifu's demand, andl thereupon she
separated from him arid returned to
tbhe,parental roof. Th'e result will
be a divorce. In this Instane, re
ligion, insteasd of promrotling happi.
ness, bateasused domrestic dit-eord aind
misery. ThLe parties ar~e b th hi krly
IIow to get a good wife-take a
good girl and on to tharsn...
Charlotte, 0ol l1IV and Atgust:
Co,UNDIA, M"oh 29, 1872.
T HE following Pasmenger Schedule will
go into offeot on this Rlad on and after
Suuay, Mlarch 81.
DAY TRAIM-oING NOnTH.
Leave Auguela, at 6.45 4 m
" Columbia, 8. C., 11.45 a m
6 Ivinnaboro, 1.62 p mi
" Chester, 8 81 p mn
Arrive at Chalotte, N. 0. 6.10 p m
DAY TRATIN-.-rOue( MOUOTU.
Le.TO Charlot!e, N. C. at 7.10a n
Clismer, 9 20 a m
Wionshoro, 10 54 a m
Columbia ).1 p mn
Arrive at Augusta 6 16 p m
NIGHT TRAIN--QOINo NORT11.
Leave Aunauta at 6.30 p m
" Col nibia, 11 10 p 1n
" Winnsboro, 1 W4 IIm
" Chester, 2.30 a Im
Arrive at CIarlolo, 6.00 a N,
NIlflIT kRAINS-OOING sOUTIJ.
Leave Charlotie, 7.25 p m
Chesler. 9 28 pm
Winnshorn, 11 32 p m
" Columbia. 1.41) ai m
Arrive at Augitt, 6.301 a
E. P.-ALEXANDER. Stpt.
E. R. Donssy, Geneial Ticket Agent.
NEWS AND HERALD
Iave lately made large additions to their
And are now prepared to exeonte -in theI
As Cheap asR can be had Anywhere.
1 ST t'eadl ' for PeNiQg Mtine-q ani
1)equal to (loat,t for the neLtdile at 90
feb 21 1 eMA TER & DRIOE
(j hove o 81A othaLfn n IfCZQR'.
[live it a trial.
foah27 nEATY BRnO
R. R. R.
RADWAY'S READY RE IIEF
Oures the Worst PMins in from One to
NOT IN ONE HOUR.
After reading this advertisement need
any one Suffer with Pain. Radway's Ready
Relief is a cure for every pain. It was the
first and Is -
The Only Pain Remedy
that instantly stops the tost, exerutiating
pains, allays Inflammations. and cures Con.
gestions, whether of the Lungs, Stomach.
1,owels, or other glands or organs, by one
In from one to twenty minntes, no mat
ter how violent or expruciating thepain tihe
Rhoumatlo. Bed.ridden, Infirm. Ci Ippled,
Nervous, Neuralgic, or prosraled wItb
diseR*e mnny suffer.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Will afford instant ease. InfamD1ma1tioOn of
the Kidneys. Inflammation of the Bludler,
liamfimniation or the Bowelp, Conpestion of
tie Lungs, Sore Throat. Difficult Breathi .g,
Palpitation of the lleart. iysterics, Cromp,
Dipilheria, Catarrh, Influenza, fleadache,
Toothache, Neuralgia, Rtheumatism, Cold
Chills, Age Chills.
rIme application of the Ready Relief to
the part or parts where the pain or difi
culty esibls will afford ease and comfort.
Twenty drops in hailf a tumibler of wnser
will in a few moments ouro Cramps,
Spasms. Sour Stomach, Ilearthuru, .6iek
Ileaiache, Diarrhea, Djentery. l'olic,
Wind in the Bowels, and all the Internal
TrIvelers should always carry a bottle
of Radway's Ready Relief with them. A
few drops in water will prevent siOAness or
paits from change of water. L& is better
than French Brandy or Bitters as a stimu.
Fever and Ague.
Fever and Ague cured for fifty cents.
There is not. a . remiedial ageit in this
world that will core Fever and A ge, and
al other Malarious, Biliousi, Scarlot. Ty.
phrld. Yellow. and other Ftevers (nide-d by
Radwimy's Pills) so quick as itaidway's
Ready Relief. Fifty cents per bottle.
HEALTH! BEAUTY !
Strong pure aind rich blood-Increats of
et h and weight -Clear skin and beautiful
complexion secured to all.
Dr. Radway's Sarsaparilla lesol
Ins made the most astonishing cures; so
quick, so rapid are the changes the bo1dy
undargoes, under Ohe influence of this
truly wonderful medicine. that every day
an increase in fltsli end weight is seen anrd
felt. The Great. Blood 'urifier. Every
drop of the Saranparillian ltesolvent mt
municates through thn [ltod, sweamt, Urine
and other fluids and jiiices of ime sysiem
the valor of life. for it requires ie wastes
of he body wih tiew and sound mtiierial
Sorofula, byph ilis. C, n.umpt ion, Glandu
lar disease. Ulcers in the TI-ront. Mouth.
Tumors, Nodes in time Glanls and o:he.
parts of the system, Sore Eyes. 8trumnor.
ous discharges from t lie Ears and tihe
worst forms of Skin d6itse. Erption.
Fever Sores, Scald Ilend. Itin Worm. Sah
Rheum, Erysipelts, Acne, Black Spots,
Wormits in the Fltsh, Tumors. Cancers inm
the Womb and all weakening and painfill
discherges, Night Swents, Loss of Sperm
and all wastes or tie life principle, are
w4hin the curative raige of ihis wonder of
Modern Chemistry. and a few days' usei
will prove to any peroon using it for either
of these forms of disease it potent power
If tie patient, daily becoming reuiced
by the wastes and decomposition that is
continually progressing, succeeds in n'r
resting these wa,ies, and repairs the same
with new materid niado from heaithy
blo-id-and this the Sarsnparillinn will and
does secure-.a cure is certnin: for when
o.ce this reme1y commences its work of
puirificai ion, and succeeds in diminishing
mIme loss of wastes, its repairs will be
rapid, and every damy the pamieim wall feel
hinmself y.owing better and stronger, tIme
food dligesm ing better, appetite immproving,
and flesh and weight increasing.
Not only does the Sarsaparilhian Rtesol
vent excel all known renmediaml agents in
the cure of ('hronmi.,, Scrofimlous., Consimt..
tional, and Skin diseases ; hmit it is tihe only
positive cure for Kidney and lamdder Conin
plaints, Urinary and WVombl Diseases, Grnv
el. Dimabetes, Dropsey, St oppage of W~at er,
Incontinence of Urine, Birighit's Diseamse,
Aibunminura, and in all ocases whern there
are brick dust dieposils,c,r ime water is thtick,
cloumdy, mixed with stubstanices like tihe
whmime of an egg, or threads like white silk,
or there is a morbid, dlark, billiouis appear
ance. and white bone dust deposits, and
whmen there is a pricking, burning senssmi.
tioni wheni pms'sing water, andl pain in time
Small ot time flack amid malong the Loins.
Dr. Bad way's Perfeet Pur'gative
perfectly tasteless, elcganily coated wvithi
sweet gum. purge, regumlatm. pum ify, cleanse
and strengthen. Radway's Pills, ror the
cure of all disorders of the8Stonmach, Liver,
Bowels. Kidneys. llhdder, Nervous Dis
eases, Ileuidache. Constipation, Losivene.s,
Indigestion, Dys'pepsia, Billiouisnesus, 11i1.
lemma Feeri, Inflaimmoation of time Bowels.
P'iies.and all Derang meniisof' the Internal
Vi cera. Wasrranted to eflect a positive cure
Purely Vegetmiblo, containming no mercury,
minerals or deleterious medicines.
Observe thme following symptoms result.
ing from Disorders of the Digestive Or.
gans: Constipation, Inwardi Piiee, Full
ness of the Blood in time Ileaud, Acindimy of
the Stomach, Nauisea. lieartbumrn, 'bigesm of
W'ood, Fuliness or Weight in the Stomach,
Sour Erucmations. Sinking or FlutterIng am
time Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the
Ileand, [Iurried and DimlthlBrothi~ng.
"A few doses of Rladway's Pills will free
the syetem from a' I me aboeve named di.
orders. I'm ice, 25 c. nts pier box. Sold b
ReudAFalse andl True." Send one let
ter-stam1) to RADWAY & CO., No 87
Maiden Lane, New York. Imnformntion
worth thousnds will be sent to you.
J. D. McICARLEY'S.
1 Barrel of Old Cnbinet Rye, 1860,
I Barrel Blackberry ltnndy.
1 Barrel Ginger Branidy,
Ramsey's scoh Whiiskey.
Stuiar's Irish Whiskey.
Also, ar goed stock of' Groceries, consist.
lag of Sumgar. Coffee, Ri1ce, Molasses, - fin.
conm. Lar'd, Brenkrast, 8tril,s. 8:igmir Ciaredl
Rhoulders and llama, .Jars, Piunk Eye, Isar
ly Rose, Goodrich aq~d Peach Blow Pita.
toes. Jan 80
I! r-Tripoli and Emory,
W LiL knowm to jewellers and silver
smiths as a superior and ecoimomilcal
article for cleaning atnd -burnishing Gm'd,
Silver, Copper Steel, Brl(annia andl othier
Metals, and ided for cleaning Window.,
Mirmors and Glassware. For sale by'
set, M .vTRE v & O.
1 Car load White Dread Corn,
1 Car load prime YeIlow Crn,
1 Car load No. I Mixed Corn,
800 bushels White Sp-ing Oats,
100 bushels Bolted Meal,
' ) barrels Flour,
100 sacks Flour,
25 Kits Mockerel,
15,000 lbs. Wh ite and Smoked Bacon,
Lard in Cnns and Kegs,
2 tierces prime Canvassed Hams,
10 sacks No. 1 Coffee,
4 boxes geruine Itallan Maocaroni,
Sugars of nll grados,
Smoked and Plkled Tongues, &o.
Piekled Salmon and Shndd,
i:ominy, lice, &o.
Plow Moulds, Steel, Iron, Nails &.
Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Trace Chains,.
And a large stock of Boots and Shoes.
Call and examine our stock.
BA.COT & CO.
MeMASTER & BRICE
ARlE now receiving a choice qiockg of
,aionble nnd Naplo Dry Goods, in
hllih the ladies may find beautifuli Black
'.Iks, Japanese Silks. L.inens. Muslins,
iquo t'loth, Grenedine. Dolly Vardens and
aiker Dress Gloods. Elegant Laces, Rib
ons, and other dress trinmmings.
f4heelings. Towelings. Qailts, Musquzito
lets, Oil t:lths, Mat tings and other house
A good supply of Cassimepres, Linens,
oltonades. Cloahaing and Hats for Men
ndl loys, as well ats on tunnsuali nrge ad
itlon to their stock of Fine Shoes and
II.ardl ware. Wood.en ware, Crockor y, Dooks,
aints and Medicines.
A benutliful sto'k of Wall Papering,
lindow Shades. &e.
'he Inspection of the Publio Is Invited,
1200 B3ushesls While Bread Corn,
100 Bbls. Flo..r, including all grades,
0,000 J,bs. Whit,, and Smoked Bacon,
600 Lba. Canvassed and Uncanvapsed
800 Lbs. "Dronkfast Strip" Bacon,
10 libi.. assorted Cakes and Biscuit,
Italian Macaroni and Cheese, cattlisased
id uncanvassed Dried Deef, Fresh Meal
some price as orn, always on hand,
The Oldest Super-Phosphate 3
Composed of Bones, Pct.tsh, Phopphatle
Matter and Sulphurl-.Acld. No Salt. Salte
Abeorbent, of any kind need. Factory open
NINE' TV' E YEA R8 OF P
Introduced in 1852.
Quick no' ion nud pornianent itrprovement
known plailers in its favor on every variety
verse seasona. $45 cash -$50 time, paylf
General Agentis or Souilb ca.
T. R. Reberiton. Agent, Wintisboro, S. C.
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, &c.
:P. :P. Tr 0 .A. L-3R
Manufaoturer and Dealer,
No. 20 Iline Street and IorTbeck's Wharf.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
SED This is the largest and most com
plete factory of the kind in the Southern
8tates, and ill article. in thi line can he
furnifhied by Mr. P P. Toale at pricen
which defy competition
'- A pamnphlet with full and d1etailed
list of ill sizes of .oors, Fasies aud Blinds,
niad the pricev of each, will be annt free
and post p%id, on application to
P. 1 TOALE.
jlly 11 ly Cltriesion, S C.
J3. Wli t. Proieot.Isr. It. It. M.cDosm.eAt ac4o.j firair4fab
A Gave. Agerte,fitAtl FrAnedca.CaL.And 34 COmoseg" 69..N.9
lINLI,IONS Benr Testlnsomy to tasIr
iondorrioi Oivirativo Effect.
Vinegar Bitters are not a vile Fancy
Drink, Made of Poor Int, whILkey,
Proof Spirits and Itefuso Lstoers, doc
tored, spiccd and sweetened to pleao the taste.
called 1 Tonics.' " Appetizers." " Restorers," &c.,
that lead tio tipl-er on to drunkenness and ruin,
but are a true Medicine, nade from the Native
Roots and Herbs of California, freo front oil
Alcoholic Simniants. They are the
GREAT 1,OOD PUlRIFIEl and A
LIFE GIVING PiINCIPLE, a perfect
Renovator and Invigorator of the System. carry
ig offai poisonous matter and restoring the blood
to a healthy condition. No person can take these
Ditters according to directions and remain long
unwell, providad their bones are not destroyed
by mineral poison or other means, and tile vital
organs wasted beyond the point of repair.
They itre a (Ausl Ftlvntivo ts wvell
an a Tonic, possessing, also, tie peculiar merit
s,f acting as a powerful agent in relieving Conges
tion or Infianmation of the Liver, and of all the
FOiL FCHALE COMPLAINTS, whether
in young or old. married or single, at the dawn of
womanhood or at the turn of life, these Tonto Dit
ters hnve no equal.
For Inilta11.atory and Chrossic Mhen.
mnatiist ast (Aont, Dyspeppoin or ]n
digcestiont, Dlillonu, Itemittent anti
Itesrmittent Foeers, Dimnsom of the
Illood, LI.ver, 1Hidnoys andi lHindders,
these Iti t t er have beets most successful. Such
linencses are caused by Vitintei Dlood,
wh,ich is cenerally produced by derangement of
the DIlgceivo Organis,
DY SPEP'SIA O1t INDIGESTION,
Hlenachie. Pain ins the soulders, Coughs, Tight.
ness of thte Cheost. Dizziness. Soitr Erntetatiots of
the t0tomnchl, Ibnd Tasto itn the Mosnth, Bilious
Attacks, Ptulpitation of the Itenrt, Itiinmntton of
thes Lung., Pahst in theregiotnsof the Kidneys, and
a hiundredt other ltainfuml symptoms are the off
springs of Dyaepopsln.
They Invigorate the8Stomach and stimulate the
torp,id Liver amil fowels, which render thtem of
tueqi liedt emletucy itn cleansing the blood of all hum
pturities, nned impartinug new life antd vigor to the
FOYL SK IN D)ISEASES, Etruptions.Tetter.
Bait thenm. l3lotches. i3pots, Phnmplos. Pnstnles,
Batlls. Unrbuncles, litng-Wormus,8rnaidlicad.SBore
Eves. 'iE-yselns. Ttch.8ecurfs. D)is olnrwttions of the
Sicin, liumoern nndu JIs'nnes of the skttn. of what
ever ntame or nntue, tnre liternlly tdng tup an. car.
ri- ti out or the avwstemt int a :.hort titme Iby thse use of
theta liittera. (ne thnttie Itn seth cases wilt cont.
vince thio most inocdulos of their cutrativc effect.
Cleanue the Vitintedt loodt whtetteveryosu find its
Impurities bjurstinug throught the ekini int Pitmplos,
Eruptions or Bore.; cleanse it wihest you find it
obstitetecs anl alsuggish it the veitns: cleastse it
whean it Is fousl,tnnd yotur feelimgs will tell yout when.
Keeps theo blood piure, anti the heailths of the system
PIN, TAPEF,nntd other W~OftMS, urcking
In tlt s aten, of n uiy thuosanstds.nre effectually
BOLD liY AlL, DRiUOUlSTS AND DEA LERS.
J. WALK lih, Propriot'tr. it. ii McD)ONALD) &
C0., Drn sgkis noi hent. Agentis. an Frnacis.co
ln.iad i ad0 Commaerco Street, New York:
VRIGIIT'S Cot ton Seed Planter,
Heel S9crews nnd Grass Rods,
Lap Ritigs and5( Clivises,,
Plongh hlanidles an~d Rsoun'ds,
Stlperihr Pad Looks,
Dried Peaches and .4pples,
New additions to outr stock of Carpenter.
0. R. T1homnpson.
1 Bh1. Fulton Market Corned Beet,
1 Box 8mtok ed Dliffalo '7ongues,
I Bbl. fine Eating Onions.
1 tibl. extra fine Table Syrup.
mnar 19 '. Rn RnnEInmBO
iTE OF -LENe
anufItured in thiis Country.
Guano. 'Conoentrated Animal Anmnoilot
ake Nitre Oake, Plavter, nor Adulterant or
ror in3pection at all times.
Patented DIeg. 29, 1859.
to the soil. Tesilino .y or hundredu or well-.
of crop and soll, even during ex rejue ad
Nov. itt. 1R52
cLv&3. c1b "E q"ov%remll3
Aina, No. 128 East Bay, Charleston.%8. 0.
Silly Fife First Class dedals Awarded.
Wmi. Knabe Go.
Grand, Square and Upright
,, BALTIMORE, MD.
These instruments have been before the
Public tvr nearly Thirty Years. and upon
their excellence alone attained and unpur
chnsed pre.einience, which pronounces
them unrqiualed, in Tone, Touch, Work.
manhip and Durability
SW All our Square Pianoshave our New
Improved Overstrung Se tle and the Agraffe
IW" We would call special attentionl to
otar late Patented Improvements in Grand
Pianos and Square Orands. found in no
other Piano, which bring the Piano nearer
Perfection than has yet been attained.
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Whnlesale and Retail at lowest Factory
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