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E^V? swe lr leek? MU tko ??h Ta DOt TOT*
P(|???t4?>iU'M^ I wool* v.niox? to boy
WBtet^W? 1 .*?PP?d ?< the batter*? to try iL
Smp?lt* wTkOo IM pvJrebe?? t> tot,
g^P^olorllo yo? think . yoong ?**rfc ????ld be
?V? iritlt ?y nu? to large kiter? the lop fairly
'? ??J?->,'tm ?oed wa? ?ooonron??i?d>a-nd oaeofully done,
'jjfej/fhcpl* wTttiTltfT I ht* that 'twwuld create
2?i-l ., fosee fo*j
f. ' ?ad I ?latest repented tb? Tentare I'd made,
Th as te throw my ?onspooloDt quito sin to the
? v taSlSSO?
^ ?Ufkcdforward to Sonday with something of
\ << -Xasendlag to ?oar lt toy felt bat instead.
Tot knowing the gauntlet I would har? to ran,
I olas ?St regretted tho deed X hod doa?.
Kfi ?ae d?y s of the week in do? course rolled aronad,
' ; ' And ?a 8audry trim poised on toy hood it was
I aesare yo? it looked rory well I then thought,
S As did th? good hatter from whom it waa bought
v Ifltb say rod colored kids ond walking can?
> Bf ht,
'0 As? loots with high heels and pants Tory tight,
? X started/or church rtot* coring who gaaed,
Oar say ?bining new bearer with looks quite
? M iooa to front of th? poreb ltfio o hero I bore,
v Tb? ?miles at tb? bo*?er I graoefally wore,
Well pleased stoat th? "Ice was thus broken"
Goold sport my new hat with its crown very
And now yon may laagh at my hat if you
PH wear it as lightly ?s a pair of old shoes,
? J?ot giving . thought cf the beeves- so high.
Nor earing B 6g for appearance, not L
Charleston, 8. C.
AVJNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION.
A call has gone forth li om this .city
. ' for a State Couventiou of Sunday School
Teachers to be held in this city, in May
This is a grand movement, and in the
" right direction; there is no polities in it,
no sectarianism here, nothiug but pure,
Godlike benevolence. No institution
ia our highly favored land, has ever
accomplished a titho of the good already
d?ne tor our dear boys and girls, as by
- the blessed Sunday School. Compute
If you can io. dollars and cents the val
- ne to society of the voluntary, self
?. sacrificing labors, year in and year out,
..;>*. ?ot only on the Sabbath, but through*
\? out the week in preparation for the
Sabbath, of the half a million' teachers,
embracing Qoveruors of States, Judges
00 the benoh, ladies of rank add refine?
ment, all filled with love to God and hu ?
No earthly reward nor honor do they
seek here, both are promised them in
heaven. As to the place itself is there
a> word outside of the home circL that
so quickly lights up the faoe of the ohild
aa the word;"Sunday School." It is the
synonym of all that is dear and preoious
tto'tho heart of every child.
Let this call, then, go forth. May
it gather such an army of ministers,
superintendents, officers and teachers,
as has not yet been seen in this "City
By the Sea."
Let the ministers come, and learn
.how to "feed the lambs." Let Super?
rot enden ts eome, and learn how much
they have yet to Icoro. Let teachers
tome, to learn- how best to win the
. hearts of the child for heaven. Let the
dear children, too. come, to charm al! hy
their sweet voices in songs of jubilant
praise. Let the rulers and people come,
that they may believe thut the good
lime ?scorning-will come, wben thc
lion and lamb shall lie down together,
and a little child shall lead them.
A WORKER IN THE SUNDAY
Charleston, Aprd 9th, 1870.
THE SHADOWS OF TUB P TUTU BK.
A most singular ohain of circumstan
. Ses preceded the assassination of Henry
LY., of France. In the morning of the
slay on which he was laundered by
Ravaillac, Friday, May 14, 620, he was
ezceediugly pensive. In the hope of
composing his spirits he threw himself
on his bed, but was unable to rest.
Thrice he rose, aud thrice ho fell on his
knees io prayer. Soon after, rcparing
to the presence ohambor, his attendants
endeavored to divert the melancholy that
preyed so deeply on his -mind. Being
naturally amiable and cheerful, ho tried
tofall ru with the well meant plcasan
ttefy of his nobles, and attempted to
stnilo, but concluded tims: "We have
?aughod enough for Friday; there will
bc weeping on Sunday."
Iiis nucen Mario de Medi?is had been
crowned but the day beforo. La Brosse,
a physician, is, by some, reported to
have said to the Duke do Vendome on
that evening, "if the king survives a
danger which threatens him at present,
$ he will live theso thirty years." Thc
?' . duke entreated the king to grant this
physician an aud:ence, and repeated
what the old gentleman had boon say?
ing. His majesty with unusual asperity
and hastiness, replied : "He is an old
' fool for telling you such things, and you
are a young one if you believe him."
' The duke's rejoinder wus given respect?
ful sod sensible : "Sir, one may not
believe suoh things, but ono may fear
. them." Buy le, however, has endeav?
ored to shake the credit of this wholo
The same day ns the king and queen
were walking through an apartment of
the palace, the king stopped to speak
With, somebody present. The queen
Stopping at the name time, he said to
l?SFi st? by a spirit of involuntary proph?
esy : "Go on, go on, madam; the re
gent." A few night? bnlbro the
.erastroph* the queen dreamed that all
'* th? jewels in her crown were changed
r lalo pearls, and thal ah o was told pearls
were??gD?flcative|of;tears. Another night
.ho started and oried ont in her sleep,
' ?ad waked the king, who, asking her
",: what was the matter, ?he answered : "I
??Ave had a frightful dream; but I
linow that dream? are mete illusions "
Htf*& always of tho tame opluion," j
??id Uti* ( "bowavwi tall me what ?
.ffoviM^- '?!/ fcomved/' con
r>, I ??
?mmmd abe, "that yea weft i?hU? wHh
. koife under til? .hort rib?." Thank
God 1" added th? king, "it wa? but a
dream." Goth? morning of the faul day
hi? maj et ty waa, as we bar? before ob?
.erred, unusually low. More tbao ooo? ho
?aid to tho?? about him : "Something
or other hang? v?ry beary on my heart." |
Before be eotered bi? carriage ho took
leave of the queen no fewer than three
tim??, and bad not passed through many
streets er? Ravallao gare him that fatal
thrust which deprived France ?foo? of I
tb? most generous and humane sover?
eign she ever had,-Dublin University
LOVE LETTERS ON KOOS.-We are
told of a young grocery olerk, who loved
fondly but not wisely, for the father wa?
bitterly opposed to the mateh. The
$;ucg lady returned the attachment.
hf father waa a patron of th? store.
Th? lerer? arranged s system of corres.
fiondence snd the gentleman wrote his
oro messages on the eggs whioh the
daddy of his betrothed bought. Practi?
cal, ccrtniu ly. He was "setting" for her,
as the Ysnkees say.- Col. Sun.
-One rod makes an aoher, as the
boy said when the sohooluiastev dusted
'-In a thunder storm, alway? get in?
to a rai hoad train that bas a good con?
-Folly-lo- think you can make
pork out of pig-iron, or that you can
become a shoemaker by drinking sherry
-A prisoner was examined in court, |
and contradicted himself. "Why do
you lie so," asked the judge. "Haven't
you a lawyer ?"
-Dobbs says he has ono of the most
obedient boya in the world-all he has
to do is to tell him to do as he pleases j
and ho does it without uurmuriug.
-"Hould on 1" said Patrick, as he
stood looking after the departed train,
motiouing it to stop. "Hould on, ye
aiUthering statue ingin ; yoz got a pas?
sengor aboard that's lift behind."
-A Sacramento man thinks he will
gratify the President by sending him a
monstrosity, whioh be calls a oigar,
thirty-eight ?nobes long and fourteen
inches in circumference, and weighing
-Genl. Beauregard is engaged in
several street railway enterprises iu New
-The newest style for dressing the
hair is called the "Cleopatra." The
hair is brushed high off the forehead
and braided low iu the neck, surround?
ed by a large imitation snake whioh
coiled around tho head.
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DR. RECORD'S ESSENCE OF L1FK rostoros
manly p?<wor, from whatover cause arising. The
effects of oarly pornicious habits, self-abuse and
ollmate, alva way ot opoo to this wonderfol
medicine, If takon regularly nocording lo dlreo
lions (wblch ore very simple and roquire no re?
straint front loudness or ploasnre). Failure ia
Impossible. Sold in bottles at $3, or four <jur, ti?
llo* in one for $0. To bo had only of tbe soli
Appointed agent In America, HERMAN GERI.
TEN, 'OS Third Avenue, New York.
Moustt?hes ? ysS?tf*
AO eU. Address ll. RICHARDS, Boa 3086, Ne*.
York. P. Qb * ?iroh
THE undersigned would most reipr ctfully
announce to tb? people of 8nmter ?nd ear?
reandiog country ho be h*T? Jun "received ?
SPLENDID LOT OF
ive CL r"bl o ? .
.nd I? BOW prepared to receive ?nd execute or?
der? of ?11 kind? in bi? lin?, with neatness and ?
IRON RAILING FURNISHED TO ORDER. |
W. P. SMITH,
SUMTER, 8. 0.
NTO? ir tf
Harbeck, Conklin & Willis,
Stoves, Tin and Japaned Ware,
And Agents for
Kaolin? and Enameled Wares
For sal? by
L. P. LOIUNG, Agent,
Jnne 9- _Sumter 8. 0.
M A YES VILLE, S- C.
J. A. ??Y?S & CO.,
WILL CONTINUE DURING THE YEAR TO I
KEEP ON HAND A FULL SUPPLY
OF GOODS IN THEIR LINE,
and hope to merit a oontinuaaee of the liberal
patronngo thoy have been reoeivjUL)
Wo desire to call particular 'mention to our
It is our aim to keep for sale only good quail
'ties of FLOUR, and fumilios may rely upon our |
stock as affording the best grados of
Extra and Family Flour,
to be bad in the markets.
Our groceries genornlly are all
Aud our DRUGS and MEDICINES aro war
ranted to be pure and genuine.
Bosides the usual stock of DRUGS and MED?
ICINES, we keep always ?in hand, wo offer two
invaluublo preparations of our own manufacture.
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF
Chills und Fevers.
un admirable combination of TONICS adapted
to nil oases needing Tonio Medioinos.
COUNTRV PRODUCE of all kinds taken In
BARTER for goods at fair prices.
J. A. MAYES A CO.
Jan 1, 1870_ly_
New Hardware Store,
Main-st. under Sumter Hotel.
L. P. LORING,
Messrs. King & Huppman,
BALTIltlOKU, KI. D.
Would respectfully announce tn his friends and
tho pnblic, that he has received and opened, nt
tho abovo establishment a
Stock of Hardware and
embracing orery nrtirlo in this lino of business,
which bo intonds to soil at the
LOWEST PU ic KS, ron CASH.
He will koop alwoys in store, a epinptoto assort?
Collin's Axes, Ames' Shovels and Spudcs,
Trace Chinns, Hoes,
Rake?, Pitch Forks,
Grain Cradles, Soythe Eludes,
Pocket and Tablo Cutlory,
Brass Preserving Kettles,
Tin Waru, Window Gla>s--all tizos.
Persons in want of tho most convenient nnd
economical Stovos, cnn ho supplied with thc
latest improved pnttorns at prices which canuut
fail to givo entiro satisfaction.
SHAW'S COTTON SEEBl??LER.
Agents-BKODIti & tu.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Marok .10 \j
nPITAT VALUABLES PROPERTY,
* oalled Brookland, Situated in Suintor County,
about on? mile from Btatoaburr, and which was
th? family resldonce of the lute'John Bradley._
It consists of a Iorgo and Ano Dwelling House,
with 10 rooms, (8 unusually lurgo,) Briok Kitch?
en, Stable, Barn, Carriage nous? and other nec?
essary nut-buildings, ?ll in thorough repair, and
about 140 acres of land. Pino? entirely healthy.
Prlee$5000 00 and term? ac-oomodatlng. For
other particulars, apply to the undersigned, at
Marietta, Ga., or to J. S. O. RUhardiou, Bu
at 8umtrr S. 0.
Feb t&vtf.. ELLEN BRADLEY..
i THE GREAT
TONIO YET OFFERED.
Pleasant to the Taste, impart?
ing VIGOR'and STRENGTH to
the constitution. A thorough
Purifier of the Blood.
a regulator of NERVOUS force,
and a powerful sustainer of
Health, against the encroach?
ments of disease.
Dyspesia or Indigestion
is speedily cured by the use of
this TONIO, also for Liver Dis?
eases, Disorders of the l??dneys,
and loss of Muscular Power. It
will be found a specific, and as a
Fever and Ague,
or a restorer of the natural pow?
ers, when broken down by con?
tinued Ague attacks, it has no
equal. A curative for the in?
valid and preventive for the well
that cannot be surpassed.
Females whose Consti?
have become NERVOUS and
debilitated through sedentary
habits and close confinement to
household and other domestic
duties, will find this TONIO
possessed of intrinsic virtues,
able at all times to establish a
healthy standard and bestow a
new lease of pristine health,
cheerfulness and alacrity of
spirit so necessary to the happi?
ness of woman.
The genuine is put up in
handsomely wrapped witli di?
Manufactured only by the
207 FULTON ST.,
For ?al? by
I. A. fti'K AGEN,
SUMTBh, s. a
Avril 6, Zm
SOUTH SEA GUANO.
Rodes1 Ground Gypsum.
?m* Cl rc ul ors with detailed statements fur
Dished on application to the General Agent,
B. S. RH?TT & SON,
Charleston, S. C.
Or to OREEN, WATSON t WALSH,
Jao|2o-3m]_Agents at 8nmter, 8. 0.
Old Carolina Bitters.
A Delightful Tonie.
WE TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN OF
OlsD CAROLINA BITTERS
to the publie. They are compounded -Ith groat
oare, and contain somo of the best Tonlos in the I
Pbarmaoopla. Aa evidence of the eu pur io ri tv of
our BITTERS ovor all others, we have certifi?
cates from many of the leading pbysioinns in our
State, who have prescribed them in their prac?
The Old Carolina Bitters ]
Will be found invaluable for
WANT OF APPETITE, GENERAL DEBIL
ITY, CHILLS AND FEVER' AND DYS?
We do not offer our BITTERS as a oure for all
discuses, but as an Aromutio Tonio, they have no j
For salo by Druggist and Grooers everywhere.
Goodrich, Wineman & Co,,
CHOICE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Fob 16-ly_ Charleston, S. C.
HIGHEST AND LATEST STYLEF
OF ART, ARE NOW TAKEN BY
WILDER & WHEELER,
At the Gnllory In Sumter, lately kept by H. B |
MCCALLUM, suon as
FRAMES of nil sizes furnished.
PICTURES colored,and old pictures clcanod
STEREOSCOPES AND STEREOSCOPIC)
St. Joseph's Academy.
CONDUCTEP DY TnB
Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy,
SUMTER, S. C.
THE Collegiate Exercises of thiel
First Class Institute, wilt bo resumed !
inn tho 1st of September. A prompt
^Utemlanco is requested io ordj-r to I
facilitate the progress and arrange
meut of the classes. Tho now buildings are
spacious and elegantly finished, furnishing no
commoihjtion i for ono hundred boarders. The
ostensivo grounds and piazzas aro ample for open
air exercise., and young ladies aro thoroughly
instructed in English Mathematica, Fronch, Ita?
lian, Music, Drawing, Painting, Ac, Ao. Location
healthy, air pure, wa or good, and torins reason?
able. For particulars apply to tho Superioress of
St. Joseph's Acndo.ny, Sumter, or to the Supo
rioress nf tho Sisters of Mercy, Charleston, who |
will ondoavor to meet the pressure ot* tho times.
' MUSIC LESSONS.
Vocal and Instrumental.
Tho undersigned hnving taken his rc-iden co nt
Sumter, will give lessons in Singing and on tho |
PIANO and VIOLIN. Ho will likewise give In?
structions in FRENCH, GERMAN and ARITH?
TUNING OF PIANOS ATTENDED TO.
For further particulars, apply to him at his |
rosltlonco in llurvin Street.
ll. C M. KOPFF.
SPA KT A ND U ICO V. H.,
F A CULTYs
REV. A. M. SHIPP, D. P., President and
Professor Montai and Moral Sci..nco.
DAVID DUNCAN, A. M., Professor Anclont
Languages and Literature.
REV. WHITEFOORD SMITH, D.D., Professor
WARREN DU PRE, A. M., Professor Natural
JAS. II. CARLISLE, A. M., Professor Motho
REV. A. II. LESTER, A. M., Professor History
and Biblical Litern turo.
Tho Preparatory Schcol, under tho immediate
supervision of tho Faculty, Jno. W. SHIPP
A. ti., Principal.
Divinity School-Rov. A. M. Shipp, I>. D
Rov. Whitefoord Smith, D. D. ; Rev. A. II
Lester, A. M.
Tho first Session of tho Sixteenth Collegiate
Yonr begins on tho flrsA Monday in October,
ISnO, tho second Session begins on the Orst Mon
day in January, 1870.
Tho course of studios ind tho standard ol'
tcholnrship romain unchanged, but tho Faculty
now admit irrogular students or those who wish
to pursue particular studies only.
Tho Schools also open nt the same tim),
ruition per year, in Collogo Classes, inoludini
jontlngont foo, $51 in Spode, or its equivalent ii
Tuition poryofir, in Preparatory School, inelud
ing contingent foe, $44 in currency.
Bills payai.le ono hftlf in advance. Eward, po
Month, from $10 to $15 in currency.
Fur further particular!-, nddress
A. M. SHIPP, Prosldont
May 19 |y
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Opposite J. T. SOLOMONS,
Sumter, So. Ga.
Wilcox, Gibbs & Co 's
OfearaCeeee?, ?Tc., wr?iee?*a\*a??ele2"i
tmm MU ske !?..? M??nr? la aa?.
_ FOR f*AI*E BY
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.
DfFOBTEBS ? DEALERS IH
09 BAT 8TBBBT, SAVANNAH, OA.
64 BAST I3AY-ST, CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
Ul BROAD STREBT, AUGUSTA, GA.
. WB ALSO XBBP
Pure No. 1. PERUVIAN GUANO.
<. DISSOLVED BONE.
? LAND PLA8TBR.
For further information, address aa above for
oiroular, or rubsorlbe to Southern Agriculturist,
published by Vf. 0. Maemurpby A Co.. at Au?
gusta and Savannah, Ga., at tho low prloeof 2So.
Dee 8 _ '_ amos
AT REDUCED PRICES.
JESSE H? BOLLES'
FINE ART GALLERY, NORTH-EAST CORNER
Kine and market Street?,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Tn Oil, Water, and Pastel Colors,
Taken in the
HIUHR3T r::si;-EoTIONIOF ART.
OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES.
AIMA R'S SARRACENIA
Tho Great Southern remedy for
GENERAL DEBILITY, Ac.
G. W. Aimar,
Chemist and Druggist,
Charleston, S. C.
SAVANNAH, QA. I
Maroh Oth, 1869. J
MR. W. G. AIM A u-DoarSir:-A membor of
my family suffering lon? from Dyspepsia, bas
experienced moro relief from your SARRACE?
NIA BITTERS than from any other medicine
aho has ever tried. It is most excellent for in?
vigorating the system and creating an appetite.
I regard it as dcoidedly the most beneficial of all
Yours, very respectfully,
N. J. DARRELL,
Sold bv all Druggists.
General Agonta RISLEY A Co.,
No. 141 Chambers Street, New York.
AGENTS AT SUMTER.
J. F. W. DoLorme. A. Anderson ? Co.
A. tt. STILLMAN,
(Formerly of Fogariles A Stillman,)
Dry Goods, Hosiery,
FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS &c.
281 King Street, West Side,
FOURTH DOOR nKl.ow WKNTWORTH STREET,
Opposite tho IIilbcrs House,
CHARLESTON, S. C?
Terms Cash or City Acceptance.
Especially designed for the use of tho Modical
Profession and tho Family, possessing those in -
trinsio medicinal properties which bolong to an
Old and Puro Gin.
Indispensable to Females. Good for Kidney
Complaints. A delicious Tonic. Put np in
ciuos, containing ono dozen bettles each, and
sold by all druggists, grocers, Ao.
A. M. BININGER & CO.,
Established 177S, No. 15 Beaver St., N. Y.
limo 28_ ly
GEO. Z. FRENCH,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
WILMINGTON, N. C.
WILL PUBLISH, August 1st, for Free
Distribution, a Catalogue or LANDS FOR
SALK IN NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA.
Send in a description and prico nf lands.
i-S- No chargo unless a salo is olfoetod 4
For Teitimoaitu, SM "Roudslii ?lamo" for tkii jar,
FOR SALK BY ALL DRTJOOISTS,
J>r. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.
"'^S^s?l Exohunye Place,
OLEMENTS & CO.,
NCp(Vl FORTAB LE J
CZ*W THU S S ? S *mc^ y
COMFORT AND CURE FOR THU RUP
TURED-Sent post paid on reeelpt of IO
.ts. Address Dr. E. B FOOTE (Author of Med
oui dui.mon Sense,) No. 129 Lexington Avenue,
A WAY WITH SPECTACLES. Old eyes
/V made new, canil?, without daotor or niedi
iines. Seat post paid on reoelpt of 10 con (a.
tddress Dr. E. B. FOOTE, 120 Lexington Aven*
te, New York.
[TINTS TO THE CHILDLESS sent free on
El reoelpt of ene letter stamp. Addreyv^r,
I. B. FOOTE, 120 Lexington Avenue, N, Y.
FIRE ?ND lil??
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OHAS. H. MOI8.1I, Insurance iM$ent,J
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON NEW YORK UFE INSURANCE ft\ j
AND GLOBE ~1-^ S
ThU Company having eoaapUtC? ?
Insurance Company. the provi8ionB of tbe Moeot<%lli.
Capital, Surplus and Reserved Funds,
tn Gold, ?18,400,000. PosU" Aot' b P"P?T? to issue |
Lire or Eadownent Policies,
Invested in tte United States, Two Mil- .
Thirteen Millions of Dol?an
lions of Dollars. ?2,000,000.
m Assets, perfect security is guarantee! '
Risks in Sumter, token at Charleston to the insured j while Us iomieBieratj;
rates. ' . . .
constantly increasing income eokble? ?
Residences in the Country Insur- tedeolare liberal dividends. Tbm.1
ed at LOW hates. . *'|
Polioy In this Company is steadily ?K i
Losses paid promptly in Charles- orea8iogin value, ata cost which d*.
ton. ? :
oreases with every annual payment
On the payment of Ten Years CHAS. H. MOISE,
premiums in CASH, &perpet- . . InsaraDce A*?*>
, .!??.! J Sumter, 8.0. :
ual policy will be issued. Feb ?8
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Piedmont and Arlington i
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THOSE TWO STAUNCH COMPANIES, THE PIEDMONT
AND "ARLINGTON" HAVE COMBINED UNDER
THE ABOVE NAME, AND PRESENT, IN THE
SHORT TIME OP TWO YEARS, A
LIST OP OVER
Eight Thousand Insurers and a Capital
and Assets of over One Million and
a Half of D lars,
ATTAINING TO A POSITION ND IMPORTANCE AMONO
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 the new ones
There are Branch Offices in each State, where funds accruing an
invested^ and not taleen beyond State limits.
Branch Office in this State at Columbia,
LEAPHART, JEFFERSON AND RANSOM, Managers.
J. S- HUGHSON, Agent, Sumter, S.C,
Capt. A. A. Gilbert, Capt. E. W. Moise, Capt. Jno. S. Richard?
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It is a preven?
tive of G hills, a
sure cure for
Debility, a de
age, a pleasant
tonic, an inval?
equal to then
For the weak.
For the pale.
For the sickly. '
For the ag
All use it with i
color to tiwi
pale wfcite lia]
THE BUST IN USB.
Recommended by tlie Highest Medical Authority in the State. See Utrcwn
raound each Bottle. !
If you want to be oured of Dyspepsia.
If you want to be oured of Chills and Fever,
If you want to be eured of Debility,
If you want to bo oured of Indigestion,
If you want to be oared of Wenk Stomach,
If youwant to regain your Appetite,
If you want a good Stomachic,
If you want the DEST TONIC.
TRY THEM. USE NO OTHER. Ask for i^SUMTER BITTERS. Sold by Druggist? tfj
Grocers. See that our signaturo is ovor tho cork of euch bottle. j
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS.
PROPRIETORS AND WHOLESALE DRUGOISTS, CHARLESTON, S. ?. ?
For sale bV A. ANDERSON ? CO., Sumter, and SPENCER, SCARBOROUGH ?i CO. \
pe? jg_jm SishopfUWSB^w^i
l'urohasore of musio will eonsult simply to lotroduce our new moslo
their own in toro.? ta by subboribing to tho mustoal world. Our sub- ;
to PaTBiis' MUSICAL MONTHLY. It soribers sing and play tho a?""]0 *a
ia issued on the first of each month, give them. Their musical friends ?
* and gives all the T^T7?rr?T7?TI O 9 be*r *** ?u
latest and best PKTKliS Uk. it, and boy
Muslo, by such XX^XJ-/xa>kJ R In aheet musU
auihors os Hay?, Kinkel, Thomas, form, where we maka our prout.
Rishop, Danks, Deoht. Frey, Koller, Remember! every yearly aubscriber
Wyman, etc. Every number con- gota, during the year, at least ISO
tains at least Twelve Pieces of now pieoea of our bost masio, all of
BStf? MUSICAL i
White p?por and W ?A\7 *.A r '?Mt Si? J"?
from full slr.e muslo plates, every sell for over $00. It is published at
piece of which Is afterwards printed the Mammoth MuMo Store of J. L.
in sheet form, from the same platea, Peters, 60? Broadway, Naw Tort,
and sold at from 30 to 60 corttseaoh, where every thing in the niuMo lina
CaSNra MONTHLY '-??"lAi
magasine is 30 iUV/lllllliX ,msH you r r.
cent a eopy, $3 a year, $1.60 for der, tt will bs promptly attended to?
six months; and we guarantee to
every yearly aubsorlber at Ional 432
Castes of choico new musio, by tho ri , . _ . ' -1
cst authors. Sample copies can be seen at
$60 FOR (3. the o?ceof this paper.
We do not expect PETERS' MUSIC- ii
Ai. Mo.-rn LY .3 pay us as a Maga- *I
sine, becnuso we give too muoh fl
musio for Ihe money. It is issued __^^^-ajafll
MILL POND & CHANNEL. I PA VIL ION
SUPPLIED la quantities to ault pnrohasera
Order? from ?ll part? of the interior solicito*
ad.lrees Thoa MeCrady, Agent, P. O. Box 389,
Charleston, 8. 0. * _ _
Raferaaoat.-Jamee Adger A Co., Hon. J. B.
Campbell, Dr. fit. J. Ravenol, David JenoUge,
Jij^djr * Bon, W.O. Dingle, Joan S. Ryan.
CHARLESTON, 8. &
BOARD. PER DAY. $*<>?
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