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THU. TB UK.
f??wit4(W dJs?j hcf^faU of feme,
K&fiMd ktU ?>* gliu'ring ?pisadera ?here
BTO^ V I MW my naas?
BfKv'?'. i*> In UUwi fair,
B^afe? bwir4 Ibe.sbpMt of t? jr lad tongues
jBH^JWMllftp uv prwls? lb? world around.
Brarjfnj? Oh eecselcM long? I
aBf-Ob worth ieee soo ad I
?jave BO Jot for ai? to know ?.
R3^_x 3rba? wisdom's stream bas gentler flow.
a^??lUd my offers with tb o honrd
Bf?i:t'VTB?tB?l?eer? clutch with wlgc-likebold |
pPJ'w Y*' W!:b gea?? end gold ;
Ra?les? spoke oao lalrly to tbe faco,
An? fawning to my presence fluckei.
^IfjV - , The coin was bitse,
vfjp";V '?' Their praises mocked.
it'? > -1? 1?V# no J?> 0,0 to know,
"yt ? - TU*i this was hollow, heartless show.
- ' Ag ?io, I grasped tho reins of power,
' '( Uuidtox tbo movements of the State;
"i ,,t,,e Dour
ap 1 tempted fate;
. Int the IOTTI up on ?.'gb,
t. Aud cast tl c mighty io arv foet;
he " Full . tho sky
I placed my seat.
* j ? Tt gave no joy for mo to know
' font (bis would all provp worthless sbow.
j ? ' V threw aside fame's gullaed orown,
^..> -* And turuod from wealth'a rluh atorea away.
" No moro to own
r/'j> Power'e templing awny;
But sought Xor those whom I oould bless
. With tbe beat servieo I could give ;
? Helloved diatreas.
lindo dying, live.
V And BOW lt gives mojny to know
Mi That wisdom guidea where'er I go.
pi UOBIitti' Kr-fettK.
m Yesterday it was reported by tele
. graph that Oencral Leo would pasi
down .tho Chnrtotto, Columbia au?
Augusta railroad, on his way to Flori?
da. Soon tho report spread frou
? . mouth to mouth, and by tho time tlx
fruin was duo, b o'clock p. m., Colum
bia was ulive with tho joyful tidings
. *. One and all were cager to look agaii
upon thc noble features, thc cowmaudiii;
mien, of tho mighty ohampion of th
. South-the greato-t mau of thc ago
Though torrents of rain had been full
lng all day und continued to full-an
though so ree a fourth ol'thc crowd wet
enabled lo sccuro conveyances-yo
when tho train arrived, tho platfort
bud grounds adjoining the depot wei
thronged with u muss ol'cager and ex
peet nut faces.
Col. A. C. Haskell waited upon tl
Genera!, iu behalf of tho citizens, at
requested his appearance upon tl
platform--tho crowd being arranged i
a Berni cirilo-oiouud the hindmost pis
form of thc passenger coach, so that u
mi..ht sec. The noble hero stepp?
forth, and was greeted with such a sho
ol'joyous recognition us no other liv ii
mun of thc age could elicit. Shout aft
shuut arose, so that thc introducto
remarks by Col. Haskell, appropriate
the occasion, were almost drowue
"Our Qrst iu war and in peace" he w
styled, aud upou thi.sw.he ezoitod throi
burst forth again into prolonged hu
rahs. The great man modestly rais
bis hat aud bowed, and remained loi
minute or two with his venerable lie
uncovered, then quietly withdrew i
sido thu coach.
Ile Was,*evidently, deeply touched
tho manifestations o? love and estct
with which he was greeted. T
trembling lip and moisened eye spo
the emotions that swelled that breast
so dnuutlcss in war-so responsive
expression ol' love
The General on his way to Flori
to recuperate his health,.which is vt
feeble, though, tn trppcarenco, he is si
.(by th os o who were with him then)
bc but little changed from what he \
on that tm movable day ac Appomatt
We trust that the God of lovo \
grant a speudy restoration of streu?
to him who is so deal to the millions
trudy Southern hearts^- Colum
Gardian, March 81.
[Fnan thc Yurhville Enquirer ]
So far ns thc matter of the rcsuluti
is concerned, we seo nothing object it
able in them. They make iutelligei
and integrity thc only tests t f poli ti
prefovonco. Dy eschewing all com]
cation with national questions,
ea m pa ig n is narrowed down t<
thoroughly local contest. This is p
bably the best basis which tho convi
lion, when it meets, can select,on u h
to rutty the people of South Carob
The great desire of our people, wo
'sieve, is not to build up any party. Di
eratic, Conservativo, or Republic
Mirare they immediately conecr
ubout l?male or Indian suffrage, ann
talion ol loreign territory, the Aluin
* vlaiuis, or the national debt. W
they want is a good, economical
honest State government-one that
be just to all classes of citizens, and
not squander I he resources ol'the S
for private and party purposes. T
want ofiicials tvho believe that t
were elected to promote the .gen
inter.'.ms. o? tho people, and not to
rich themselves. This is our plsM
und it is on these grounds that wc
poso th? Republican party of St
Carolina, as rep rose u tod by those wi
it hus- pur into otftco;.
-Wilson hus boen me usher lo Ile
aud other negro dignitaries.
-A. T. Stewart is talked of for
ernor of New York.
-It is one of thc signs of thc t
that Winnen are now begining to bo
ployed us barbers.
A lialtimorean committed sir
recently, using a quail of whiskcj
Over- one hundred young ladies
CM ti mat od lo bu ut prose ut. studying
in this oom. try.
Every plu'ii gill has one consola
though not a pretty young lady,
will, ii sho lives, be a pretty old
-A correspondent says that he
lott: ly presented willi u sam pl o of
from Fiji. Ho thinks it made
-If you want to know what a fi
really thinks nf wm, rile him up a
tie; or, If thai fails, try to borrow i
... uioiioy of him.
-.?Now, sppsoo you was tu bo tu
lalo an un i mal," said .Jim, uwhnt v,
you like tobe, Bill?" "OhVVd I
Jiim," replied Hill, boaauso ho is a
?'Uh, no ; don't bo a lion, Bill," i
roptud little Tom, who hud ?otuo r
painful Qxpurieueo at sohool ; "bo 1
und theo you oau stiutf tho sohoo
fer.- ,. . . .i . ? :. ir;. bi . - '
. Purchasers of H ?at? ?rill MMlt
teri? ova latsrwl? by suUeribing
to Paraaa' MUSICAL , MNIUT. U
it Issued oo tb? ftr?t of eaeh month,
ead gives all th? "PbT^nH"!
lat aa I b*S? tf H. I J
Molle, by aoeb ? * "* "*
author* aa Hay?, Kinkel/1 Thomas,
? Uii-hop, D*nk?, Beobt, Frey, Koller,
Wyman, ?te. Kv.ry number oon
Ulns at laatt Twelve Place? of new
and good MOHIO na-TroT
from fall ais* mosto plate?, ?rory
pl??? of which ia afterwards printed
in iheet form, from tb? antue platea,
and ?old at from SO to 60 oents each,
.nd all we uk -? jr/"\"%.Trr'
for thia valuable \\ i ) f\
magailn? la 80 .WaVV^A.'l -a.
?ant a eopy, $3 a year, $1.50 for
.Ix month?; and WO guarantee to
every yearly subscriber at leant 432
Cog?? of choice new muaio, by tho
$60 FOB $3.
We do not expect PBTBRS1 MUSIC?
AL M ONT ni. Y to pay us as a Maga?
sine, becnuBo we giro too much
mario for Iii? money. It is issued
T?R SUBSCRIBERS HAVING
purchased tb? Stock of ROGERS, SPEN
CER A CO., will continuo tho business undor
the name and Arm of SPENCER, .SCARBO?
ROUGH A CO., and respectfully ask a continu?
ance of tho patroaago BO liberally extouded to
Ibo late firm.
HENRY O. SCARBOROUGH,
WM. R. DIAON.
nishopvllle, S. C., Mandi I. 1870. Im
SOUTH CAROLINA GENERAL AGENCY
PIEDMONT A ARLINGTON LIFE COM.
PANY OF VIRGINIA.
MARCH 4th, 1S70.
WE HEREBY APFOINT CAPT. GEORGE
B. LAKE, Superintendent of Agencies
for the Piedmont A Arlington Lifo Insurance
Company, for tho Stute of South Carolina, with
authority to appoint and Instiuct Agent*. Thia
appointment in no may to intel furo with Agen?
cien alrendy established.
Jffif Letters addressed to Capt. LAKR nt
ilc'-GcM C. ll. will receive prompt attention.
LEA PH A RT, JEFFERSON A RANSOM,
March 10-Ira General Agents.
Incrense Your <:roi>? and Improve Your
LHIKI, ti y uni MK
Imported by us direct from the Plieeulx
Inland., Mouth 1'mllW Ot eau.
Wilcox, Gibbs & Co's
Prepared nt Savnniinli, Ga*, mid
clinrlcNtoii, s. CT., wi.tcli tia? proved lu
alie aol! ?he beal Ma II ii re lu nae.
FOR SAIiR BY
WILCOX, GIBBS & GO.,
IMPORTEES & DEALERS IM
90 DAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.
?4 EAST DAY-ST. CHARLESTON, S. C.
241 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA.
WE ALSO KU KP
Puro No. 1. PERUVIAN GUANO.
?. DISSOLVED HONE.
? LAND PLASTER.
For further Information, uddress as nbove for
circular, or subscribo to Southern Agriculturist,,
published by Vi. C. Miictuurpify A Co., at Au?
gusta nnd Savannuh, Gu., ut thc low prico of 2 jc.
Doc 8 _4m"s
Baugh's Baw Bone
SUPER-PHOSPATE OF LIME.
1AM now receiving my supplies of this MA?
NURE toni l'Imiter* cnn roly upon getting
un article fully up to standard, as per auiialysis.
AH bought from myself or authorized agents, I
n ill guarantee as every cargo so sold ls analysed
on arrival herc, und the high, cl> i>r char.icier of
the manure tully kept up.
J. X. ROBSON,
OLE AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
Nos. 1 und ? Ailntilie Wharf,
Charleston, S. C.
L'ATK & TAYLOR,
Agents for Sumter County.
Prof. SHEPARD ?ny* nf analysis rando Oct.
I Gili, I SOO. "A viilunMo mnnuro mid decidedly
superior to tho II rt lele of last year."
EXPERIMENT MADE HY M. C. M. HAM?
MOND, OF HEECH ISLAND. S. C.
No Manure-887 lbs. seed ditton per nero.
170 lbs Peruvian Guano-l-'.'iS lbs. sued Cotton
I7? lb?. Baughs'-1489 lbs seed Cotton per acre.
Old Carolina Bitters.
A Delightful Tonic.
WE TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN OF
01\,D CA il Ol, I IVA KITTI-: RS
to tho public, Thoy aro compounded with uren!
enro. nnd contain some ol'the bust Tunics in Gie
IMiurinnoMpin. As evidence nf tho superiority <>f
our HI IT KR S over nil other-, wo havo certifi?
ent cs In.in ninny of tho lending physicians in our
Stale, who have prescribed thom in their prac?
The Old Carolina. Bitters
Will ho found iuviiluablo for
WANT OF APPETITE, GENERAL DEDIL
ITV. CHILLS AND FEVER? AND DYS?
We do not offer our HITTERS ns n miro for nil
disensos, but us nu Aromatic Tonic, thoy have no
For salo by Druggist nnd Groocrs everywhere.
Prim 'ipili Ht pm,
?oodrich, Wineman & Co,,
CHOICE DRUG i AND CHEMICALS,
Fob 16-ly _ Charleston, s. C.
n ii, NASH,
P. N. Mt 1.1 H
NASH & DULINi
WHOLESALE OKALIOUS IN
SMOKING AND CHEWING, OF
HUM TER. SO. CA.
Keep a good supply of NORTH CAROLINA
ll Y K nnd CORN WHISKEY, SEGARS, and
LI (?PO RS of vari.rn - kinds.
TORAC'COat Wholesale furnished st Manu,
Country Morohanta will do well to onll and
oxinnlne oar stock.
All cvdsvs promptly exaoutcl when aceompa
nled wPh the ouih.
Th? oustotn of my old Wend? whom I hare
furnished hy wagon formavernl ycart is re
_ B a. a. NASu.
Oos. 8 -Ait,
.Imply to Introduce oar now
to tb? attttoal world. - Oar sal
aaribars sing and pUy tho muslo ww
giro thea. Their mafiosi fri?nds
<?r\m bssr tba morie,
-*'?>.'^ it io sheet mule
form, where we msko our profit.
Remember 1 every yearly subscriber
gets, daring the year, at least 160
pleees of our best music, all of
y->. . Y which we after
I A I J w'r'1 Pr>ot ,Q
sbeet form and
sell for over $00. It ia published at
tba Mammoth Musio Store of J. h.
Poiors, 699 Broadway, New York,
wbere every thiog in the muslo lino
|-w--w- i -yr j- ceo be bod. No
I-f I . Y matter bow
a-d small your or?
der, it will be promptly attended to.
Sample coplea, can be seen at
the o?ccof tim paper.
FE RTILiIZE IV S.
SOUTH SEA GUANO.
??F* Circulars with detailed stutomonts fur?
nished on application to tho Ucncrnl Agont,
B. S. RHETT & SON,
Charleston, S. C.
Or to GREEN, WATSON A WALSH,
Jan|20-3ui] Agents nt Sumter. S. C.
Ba JOHNSON & CO.
301 KING STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
APULL assortment of UMBRELLAS AND j
PAHASOI.S, ulways on bund, better uud I
chonper than any imported,
Wholesale & Retail.
A largo assortment of WALKINO CANES
We poy e.'pcciul attention to thc uinnulnctur
which wo can furnish ns low ns nny houso Nort
and or ii belter quality for tho PRICE.
Oct. IS._ Om.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
JESSE If. BOLLES'
FINE ART GALLERY, NORTH-EAST CORNER j
Klus und Market Street??
CHARLESTON, S. C.
PROCELA IN LIKENESSES
JJ I Fli-SlZ K PO UT R A ITS,
Tn Oil, Water, anti Pastel Colors,
Talton in tho
?i<;isi:sr PEltPEGriO.V';Oir ART.
P II O T O 0 U A P II S
OF ALL KI Xl) S AND SIZES
Fob 10-Oin _* .-?
AI M A K ? S SA il ll AC ? NI A
Tho Great Southern remedy for
U EN ERAL DEBILITY, Ac.
Cs-. W. Aimar,
Chemist and Druggist,
Charleston, S. C.
SAVANNAH, ?A. I
Mai. h 'Jilt, ISO'.). J
Mn. W. 0. AIM AH-Dour Sir:-A mouther ?fl
my film Hy suffering lon^ from Dyspepsia, lins |
experienced more relief from your SARRACE?
NIA RITTERS than from nny other medicino |
she hu? evor tried. It is most excellent Inr in
vigorating the system und erentiiig nu appetite.
I regard it ns decidedly thc most beneficial ol'ntl
YOUTH, vcrv respectfully,
?. J. DAR ll El. Ii,
Snld by nil Druggists.
Uouorul Agents RISLEY A Co.,
No. 141 Chambers Street, Now York.
AGENTS AT SUMTER.
J. F. W. DoLormo. A. Anderdon A Co.
Nov 3 Om
Ae tte STILLMAN,
(Formerly of Fogariles A Stillman,)
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Dry Goods, Hosiery,
EA NC Y GOODS, NOTIONS &o.
281 King Street, UV?/ Shh,
POURVU noon DRLOW WKNTWOIITH BTtti'.f.T,
Opp.'Mle tho Hilliers House,
Terms Cash or City Acceptance.
Especially designed for tho uso nf tho Medical
Profession and tho Family, possessing lliosoIn?
trinsic) nvdiclnal proportion which belong tonn
Old nm! Pure Gin.
ImlispcnsiiLlo to Female*. Good for Kidney
Complaints. A delicien* Tonie? Put np iii
cH-oK, oonlnlnlng ono doten h' Klos ouch, mid
auld hy all druggists, grocers, Ao
A. Ai. DIN INGER A CO.,
Established 177?. So. 15 Heaver St., N. Y.
limo 23 ly
MILL L?ONU & CHANNEL
SUPPLIED In quantities to ault purchasers
Order* from all parla ol tho Interior lollcltctj
address Tims McCrudy, Agonl, P. O. Ho* SM
Charleston, S. C.
Roferonoea.-J.imca Adger A Co., Hon. J. B.
Campbell, Dr. St. J. Ravonol, David Jonnlogs,
MeCrndy A Son, W. O. Dingle, John fi. Evan.
Nov. 17. Omor
John F. Taylor & Co. I
SUCCESSORS TO CAMK?ON * CO.
Engineers, Boiler-Makers, ftc.
Noa.4, 6, 8..10 Sc 12 PRITCHARD St.
(NEAR THE DRY DOCK),
CHARLESTON, SO. CA*?
Steam Engines and Boilers.
MARINE, STATIONARY A PORTABLE
Rice Treshers, and Mills of|
Shafting PulHcs and Gearing.
Iron Fronts for Buildings,
Castings of every kind
in Iron or Brass.
We guarantee to furnish Engines |
and Boilers of as good qual?
ity and power, and at
as low rates as can
be had in
New York, Baltimore or Phila-1
JUDSON'S CELEBRATED GOV?
ERNOR AND STOP VALVE,
which are put ou all of our Engines.
SAMUEL R. MARSHALL,
IMPORTER AND DEALER
HARDWARE. ? ULT ERY, GUNS, PIS
tola, Mu*k?>ts, Powder. ;Shot, Cup-, Cart?
ridges, Axes, Cotton Cords, Nails, Horse Shoes,
Fail-bunks' Scales, Grindstones, Mill Rocks, Bolt?
ing and Wiro Cloth, St cell Corn .Mills, Englisd
Ovens, Pots and Spiders, .Builucrs Hardware,
Ul.iel.smith, Cnrpcuturs und Tunnels Tools.
A great variety Tin und Wood*II-Ware, Seine
Twines, Gilling Seines. A lnrge stock ul' single
ami Double Darrel Guns, my own Importation of
Agent fur tho Dogers Celerrutcd Plows and
Stock Rulls lit Wholesale nilli Kelail.
310 ICING Sd\, Sign of tho (BIG GUN.)
Oct. LS ' Om
MONEY SAVhD, IS MONEY MADE !
CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE SHOE HOUSE.
No. 375 KING STUKKT,
(BETWEEN GKOHOK ANO CALHOUN 6 Tit BETS,)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Wholesale aud Retail
THE LA T'ES Tl
styles and best quali?
ties of Hoots, Shoes, I
Bugs, Valises, butch
els, (C'O., Ac.
Having A member
of tho til ?n always at
tho North sol. cling
mid forwarding stock to us by every Stenmer, wo
can nssuro our friends und buyer? generally timi
wc will give perfect satisfaction. It would boto
the interest of Country and City buyers to give
us a call and bxiioiiue our stock which has just
Od 13 6n?
HOLMES & CALDER
MANVPACtUHBttB, IMI'OHTKKS ASP DBALBIIS
PAIN ?'S^CM&S, GLASS,
Varnishes, Brushes, Eic,
No. 205 EAST BAY,
Charleston, S. C.
W. E. Hu t.M r.s. \V. CAI.UK?
Col. L. M. Hatch; (ten. Johnson Ilngofld; Wm
C. Dukes A Co; Col. Charles H. Slmoutonj L. W
Sprint, Estji C d. J. B. E. Sloan.
JAS. HARKAL & CO?
23 WHITEHALL STREET,
(Lower end of Broadway.)
Liberal advance* made Upon .Rills Lading.
Nov 21 Cmos.
Wit. II A ii n.u.. WM. HAHRAL, Jit
WM. BARRAL & CO.
Kan M nn LY
(Il AB RAL, NICHOLS ?fe CO.)
No. ls? II AV.\E STREET,
Charleston, 8. C.
\Vf E RESPECTFULLY CALL THE AT
ll tendon nf tin? mci chants of Slimier and
Ibo adjacent Country, to our well Selecto l slock
of Saddlery. Saddlery Hardware. Couch ni.d Har
nrs< Mulei Inls, consisting lu part nf
SADDLES, Will PS,
ENAMELED CLOTHS. PATENT DA Ml
LEATHER, HA KN ESS LEATHER,
Oct. 13. Om
LENGNICK & SE LL,
T.MPORTRRS AND JOBBERS OF
FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
LADIES TRIMMED ll ATS,
AND MILLINERY AND
27 II AYN E STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Ort 13 Om
GEO. Z. FRENCH.
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
WILL PUBLISH, August 1st, for Free
Distribution,n CatalogueorLANDS FOR
SALE IN NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA.
Soiid in a deidrtptlun and prloa of lands.
t&lJU No oh arge unless a salo J ?? effet) tt tl
FIRE ASI) UUR?
11ST BXJ?t ANCE.'
B. MOXS Hy Insurance Agent,
*S UM TER, S. C.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Tli is Company having complied with
Insurance Company.',ieprovi8ioU!jorillc rcct>0, "Boild De.
Capital, Surplus arni Reserved Fund?, I
l'i, Gold, $17,700,000 j n?8it" Aot' is PrePared 10 ,88?e
Lifo or Endowment Policies.
Seventeen Million and Seven Hundred
Thousand Dollars-IN GOLD.
Iuvested in the United States, Two Mil
lions of Dollars. 82,000,000
THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS.
Thirteen Millions of Dollars
in Assets, perfect security is guaranteed
ttisks iu Suinter, tuken nt Charleston to llio insured ; wliile its immerse and
constantly increasing income enables ii
Residences in the Country insur?
ed at LOW laites.
Losses paid promptly in Charles?
On the payment ol* Ten Years
premiums in CASH, a perpet?
ual policy will be issued.
to declare liberal dividends Thus a
Policy In this Company is steudily in
ureasing in value, ut a cost which de ?
creases with every animal payntont
CH AS. H. MOIS li,
Sumtor, S. C.
THE BEST ITXT USE.
It is a preven- ^--r^?srpR?i^S'*--, N0 BITTERS
r?^PSi^ ? weak.
Dyspepsia, 3^ef^^g^^-f^^f?a^r^^&^^ For the pale.
Cholera Mor-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ IJor the sickly.
Debility, ?i de-fe; '^?^^^^S^^^^^^^, For spring use.
lighttul Bever-^^^g^^gFu^^^^^ -Ul ll?c it with
age, a pleasantvfcLg&Yv^^ -?v^gf wonderful suc
tonic, an inv?il- j^^z^ TWIS C RAE Alf ^^^L_ cess. Brings
"ot5r'ins mm mmimm ff t
THE BEST USS.
Recommended by thc Wjhcst Medic-d Authority in thc Stale. See Circulars
raound each Bottle.
If you want tn br m roil of Dyspepsia, *
If you w ant to bo cured nf dulls and Fover,
Il you want t<> bo em o l of Debility,
If you want to lio oared nf Indi -osti?n,
If you walli tn Lo cured nf Weak Stomach,
lfyouwiint to regain your Appetite,
If you want n good Stomachic,
If v?U want ibo REST TONIC.
TRY THEM. USE NO OTHER. Ask (or] SUMTER HITTERS. Sold by Druggist' and
Grocers. Seo timi our signature is ovor tito cork of cindi bullio.
DDWIE. MOISE & DAVIS.
PROPRIETORS ANT) WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. CHARLESTON, S. C.
For anio hv A. ANDERSON A CO., Sumter, und SPENCER, SCARIJOROUO ll & CO.
Feb 10-:im llii.hor.ille S. C.
Manufactured at Charleston,
UNDER THE DIRECTION OE DR. N. A. PRATT, CHEMIST FOR THE Sulpliurlo Acid
ami Super Phosphate Cninpniiy.
SOLUBLE IMIOSIMIORIC ACID, in tko form nf SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE OP MME, or DIS
SOLVED RONE PHOSPHATE, ia tho basis of ?ll good Kurt ?lizers, und these aro valuublo in tile
ratio of Soluble Phosphoric Acid which ix in I hem.
Tho immense dcpunita of Phosphatic tin:.s willoh were iliwovcrcd in 1807 in Soitib Carolina.
by Dr. PRATT, consists mainly nf Insoluble Phosphate ol Lim.-, which is laude availablo as ii Fer
lili/.ur hy bcinjr ground lo powder, niel reduced by Sulphuric Acid to such a candi I ion as io make
Ils Insoluble phosphate soluble in waler, mid thus made capable of being taken up hy growing
plants. Tho insoluble Ph.ifphalC tomi i in any rom meroin I Fertilizer is of no moro value lo tin
p'niii than tho original Phosphate rock. Thc grenier th. proportion ol' this Soluble Phosphate
which any Fertilizer cm ta i us, the less thc quantity rcipiiru.l per aero, ami e.iusoipiontly the ebon pest
Fertiliser is thal containing ibo highe?, por coulage- nf Soluble Plmaphut .
Impressed with those Irulhs. tho SULPHUR if! ACID AND S UP EH PHOSPHATE COMPANY
have creeled at Charleston tho first extensive Acid Chambers South nf iialtimoro, mid ar. able tn
oifer lu plantera tho HIlillEST PER CE NT A OE OF SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE OF LIME known
in any market.
Their Fertilizers nro odored under two forms :
1. ETI WAN. NO. 1 -PURE SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE, guaranteed lo oontnln 24 percent, ol
Dissolved Bonn Phosphate nf Liam. Slit) per t?n. 10 per cenLdiseouiil for cash.
2. ET I WAN. NO. 2.-PERUVIAN SUPKIt PHOSPH VTE guaraiilo d lo contain 20 por con I
ol Dissolved Bono Phosphate. iTod IJ to :t percent, nf Anim.mia. with a sullicieut addition of Peril.
vian Uunno to adapt it io all Crops, $70 po- ton. 10 pc. cent, discount for cash.
WE A LSt i O PK Et :
DISSOLVED BONE, nf high gm de, f>r planters or inauiilacturor*, who muy de>iro tn mix into
any oilier compost, and we suggest that this is ibu host ami cheapest mn I hod for manufacturer- lu
transport tho Sulphuric Acid entwined in ibo mixlute. Will bo sold at n fixed rate fur each per
WM- C. BE"7. & CO., Agents,
KTO. X4t. Aaser's Wliarf
Agents at Sumter-MCLAURIN, SOLOMONS k CO.
Spring and Summer
I M V O ll T A T IO?.
!3E3 3BT<C> Ptf ?3,
Millinery and Straw Goods,
ARMS TONG. CAI uR & CO
Importer* and Jobbers ol'* %\ 1 . ' SM
BONNE I . TRIMMING and VELVET BIB- >^Dr. J. J. LAWRENCE & C0.^T
RONS, ^2^^ PBOPBISTORS, y^T-^V
noniiol Silks. Ralina and Velvets, 6i txohanyo Placet^^^SP
Blonds, Netts, Crapes. Huchea, FlowciH, ^viT^ ?.
Feathers, Or.m.nonis. IV4 ?B
Straw Runnel* ami La.lie.-.' Hat;-Trimmed "?C^^v IMD. /^Tt^y
mid Untrimmed, ^?^ajV ? y?r ^
Shaker Hoods. Ac. <0^^?/w?p
237 and 280 HALT I MORE ST., ^fS^T^
BAi.Ti.noRK, IUD. CL KM KN TS & CO.,
OITor thu Largos! St ooh to be found in this _
Country, mid uue.iiiiille.I m cboieii v.mctii ami mTr'i^S^^^^T^-^S^?^^^^?^^ ^ ?
cheapness, comprising the latest Parisian Nov fj^TT^*I^V^TMwpAc'|jf Alifa'ijO?X*)
Orders solicitoit, mid prompt litton lion triven. ii_*JM_ tr.] _ in 1 JlJ"!j*r ?J_irJ
Fob io JULM?I^UB>^<^3EJ
_, _ ^ " ~ " S>lMKOltT AND ( I HE FOU THE RUP
Pli. SCHTTOlCMAiNrN VJ T?KKD-Heiil p-sl paid ..n receipt ol 10
'n.J;, a* Cs. Andres, Dr K B FOOTE (Author of Med
o-ri i-i M.. omi. lunn leal Con, mon Sciiso.) N<>. 121? Lexington Avenue,
?il KIM. o 1 Ivbh 1, I NjBtw Votk._
(OPPOSITE ii A s 1.1, ST.,) I A WAY WI I'll SPECTACLES. Old aye?
j \ malle new, ousil", wilhoui doctor or modi
I M V o lt T i: lt AND D K A I? R R IN Cilles. Seilt post pani Oil receipt of 10 cc^js.
BERLIN ZEPHYR WORSTED. KNITTING ?^JR fck ' ?'F00TB'120 ,'M,n?ton^.n'
WOOL, EMBROIDERY PATTERNS. | ff INT8 TOTtlB JHII.DLI SS ?ent free on
FLOSS SILK, EMBROIDERY ! J[JL r.eolp' ?I ono letter siamp. Address Dr.
SILK, KNITTING AND K ll FOOTE. 120 Lexington Avonuo, N. Y.
EMBROIDERY ..J'".1! IN_t_
KNITTED WORSTED OOODS, PAV?L 1 ON tiOTEL
SLIPPERS, t n vui.i:sio\, s. c.
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. BUTTON? . - ?
v-ELVETS, FRINGES, AC. BOARD. PER DAY, $3.00.
??t* All ordnri hy mall will be mo?t carefully
ntlondod lo, mid d?niera wilt be eupplled at Naw BOBT. n AMILTOW, MRI. H. fr. ?ottRR?lRLD,
I York wboleaala prloaa.
Nov 1? . ly Seperln ten dent. Proprlatreu
BLOOD FU RI FIERI?
F?r Tfititnoniili, te? ''Boudalii ilBtDte" for (bit jeir.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
H" AVING appointed COL. GEO. X?. LBB ?y agent for ta? tal? of raj FertUiiart,
"The Soluble Pacific,"
"The Phospho Peruvian," ?
I beg to invite (he attention of all to an inepeotion of them. ,
FofinformVion concerning tho above, ploatecall on him at the HARD WAKE STORBtfL, '
P. LOKI NC, A gout, 2 Doer? South of Court House.
JOHN B. 8ARDT.
Thankful to friends for former generous support
I now ask their attention to the sale of
SARDY" AND "MAPES"
FOR WHICH I AM AGENT.
Call and procure CIRCULARS and P \MPHLETS, free of ;
ch irgo, and examine samples.
"JTeed your Land and it tc ill feed You"
QKO. W. LEE,
Agent to sell.
Sumter. S. C., January 5, 1870,
I refer to tlie following piaulera.
Maj. THOMAS B. FRASER, Mr. l'ANIEL A. FOXWORTH,
Mr. JOHN 0. HERIOT, Mr. ALPUEUS BAKER,
Mr. PETER MELLETT, AC, AO
Jun. 12 3mos. *
WM. CRICHTON & SON'S
?mmoniated Soluble Super-phosphate of Lime
oiiiuiiiitig 50 percent, ol'HONK PHOSPHATES-ut w li ich Vi percent, ii
itu mediately SOI.U UL!'] in Water-3 por cent, ol Ammonia, 3 per
cent, ol' Potash. 17 per cent ot Sulphate d!'Lime,
MugilPP?ti, tte . &?.
FURNISHING THE ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF
WHEAT, COHN, TOUACOO, COTTON, and ol all Cereals which
oro removed from tho soil in ovcry crop.
Put up in Strong Bays, 0/167 lbs. each.
tySSr* Send for Pamphlets, containing full directions and
NKWDKUUV, S. C., December 2d.
I purchased nf M. ssrs. Willis A Chltolm ono ton of Crichton & Sou's Ammotii.iled Pliospeiidi
Inst spring. * I usod il ou hoi h Cum and Colton. I um satisfied that I received n? largo a pcrem]
ul yield for ibo cst, us any fertilizer I have used siuce tho war.
J. S. HAIL
Cn AIILRSTON, S. C., January 1st, 18)1.
Respecting thc merits of the Ammoniated Soluble Supor Phosphate of Limo which I u?d lui
Sensau upon my Colton lands, I wouhrstnto tbm it bas exceeded my expectations, its ?i|i|ilieit?H
having been atiendeil willi the most favorable results. I used it in connection villi tho . popeUt
Phosphates nf ibu day and Peruvian Guano, and unhesitatingly give the preference to Mesnri. Va
Crichton A Sou's Ammoniuted Super Phosphate, which I regard us ino best fertilizer fur Colton tkl
bas been offered to thc public
, . , TH KO. 'J. DOAO.
IlF.insviLi.E, Spartnnburg Co., S. C.. Dec 29th, 180.
In reply to your enquiry regarding Wm. Crichton A Son's Amiuoniotod Fertilizer >cnt tontlut
spring, 1 eau gtvo my own and Mr. J. .M. Fowler's experiments. I trie I it on Cotton, side byri4i
willi Peruvian Comm-costing $112 per tun-nnd tu tho sainu quantity,and the difference WHIM*
sidorulile. luring in favor of the Fertilizer. Tho Cotton grew fro.u two to three inches taller, ld
wits bolled in proportion,
.Mr. Fowler, one of our best farmers, nnd closest nnd most acrurato observers, told niche Irk!
Peruvian Guano, Soluhle Pacifie, Wandu Fertilizer, nnd six or ?oven others, the cheapest of WM
cost ?ftt? per lou, and Crichton's Fertilizer beat ihein all.
W. B. CAKSOS.
JOHNSON'S, Barnwell Co., S. C., Doc. 28th, 186?.
I used Wm. Crichton k Son's Ammoniated Phosphate on both Corn mid Cotton, ai the rateall
200 pounds to lite nero. Tho results wore very good, although wo had a very dry scisoa, lui
satisfied il is u valuable immure, us it was applied on poor land, which is the place to tnnjtbii||
of this kind. I recommend ii to planters as a good fertilizer.
JAMES A. .MOSLEY.
Ori.vcuToN. G.\.| November l?lh. lit?.
"This year I have experimented with len diff?rent fertilizers of the nu.st popular liruiub-Hli
.Wm. Crichton & Son's Ammunlaled Soluble Sup'-r- Phosphate ol Limo" is al present oiilyeqsslWl
hy two of tho manures. I tun liol quilo through picking, tait there is so little yet lo be pickte, lillJ
it will not materially altert <. above statuinoi t or result.
I can without hesitation recommend this fertilizer to planters ns n No. 1 Cotton Manure. j
JOHN L. i 1'LVBR.f
ORRRN COUHTV, 0.\., December 20th. 1861J
"I uscd'tho Ammo' lalcd Supor-Pbosphnlo nf Limo ol* Wm, Crichton A Son un ihr. o acres ufC*l
lon 'thc summer was remarkably dry; ye' I am well pleased with the result. Thc y bbl of Cutral
ticing much grenier where tho fertiliser was used, mid paying me handsomely. I can chcerfullj?
commend il ar a first class fertilizer. The well known integrity of the manufacturers is a suStiol
guarantee for its uniformity."
THOMAS P. JAMBS, H.P.
SKI.MA, ALA., Soptombcr lOlh, 186?.
Mossrs. M'in Crichton A Son. Baltlmoro:
.f write lo say, Hint so fm us I havo heard from tho "AMMONIATED SOLUBLE SUPKR
I'HOSPHAVF," ibo report* aro very favtirabio indeed. Several planters who have used |li?taw
lite Peruvian Gn'niiu side by side, say they cannot distinguish an.v difference. I have usedbolM*j
think your fertilizer shows fully as well as tho Peruvian,and beliovo lhere will ho a jsrciii ilem?*
for li next sea-on It bas been used during tho present season on Cotton, with valuadle result* if
ilio following gentlemen, in D lins County, of Ii i.- Stale, to ull of whom I refer. Dr. Win. Mil**/
Capt B. IJoykiu. Ellis MiXon, Esq., Ctipt. A. V. Gardener, Hunter B. Rives, Esq , Alexi*"*
Sample, Ksq , und others.
W. S. KNOX.
Office WM. CRICHTON & SONS,
SOLE MANUFACTURERS, BALTIMORE, MD.
FOR SALK HV GK REX? WATSON & WAKSII,
Agents for Sumtes and Clarendon Counties,
Piedmont and Arlington
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THOSE TWO STAUNCH COMPANIES, THE PIEDMONT
AND "ARLINGTON" HAVE COMBINED UNDER
THE ABOVE NAME, AND PRESENT, IN THE
SHORT TIME OF TWO YEARS, A
LIST OF OVER
Eight Thousand Insurers and a Capital
and Assets of o ver One Million and
a Half of D lars,
ATTAINING TO A POSITION ND IMPORTANCE AM0$
Life Insurance Companies
never before reached in so short a time.
Rights of Policy Holders in both the "Piedmont" and "Arlington
will remain unchanged, and the same as before.
New and advantageous features in the new
Company, will be allowed the old Insurers co-equal
with tho new ones
There ure Branch Offices in each State, where funds accruing 0,1
invested, and not taken beyond State limits.
Branch Office in this State at Columbia.
LEA Mi A UT, JEFFERSON AND HANSOM, Managerg. j
J. S. HUGHSON, Agent, Sumter, S. ft
. RKFEREN0K8 : ^!
Capt. A. A. Gilburt, Capt. ?. VT. Moise, Capt. Jno. S. Bfohtf^