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? MISCKLI, A#JKO?S ITEMS.
P T-Tk? voa? m o? e m eo t-fl i r ting.
---l!h? wont .kind of head gear
-Whoo isabwtterfly Uki ? ki??
When lt alights on tu-lips.
-Th? beat way to got a sweet hus?
band ia to marry a CODfectioner.
I -An "anti moustache moremeot" ha*
I baan started itt Baa ton.
-Why isa kiss like a ?candie? Be?
cause it goan from month to mouth.
-Two drinks of Pittsburg whiskey
; - have proved enough to gat np a fanerai.
-The lords of creation-the land
j -Boston baa subscribed #1,600 to
ft tba Richmond sufferers.
1 -PoUticiana are like Calvinists;
I they believe in tba doctrines of cleo?
-The latest agony in New York ia to
narry email scent bottles, let into the
-Determined perseverance aeldom
fails of reward. If yon whistle long
enough, a brecce will epriog up.
-Tbe husband o?a scolding wife, on
' being aaked what ba did fora living,
replied that he "kept a bot house."
-Wheo boxing with a friend never
fe hit bim in the commissary department.
s It alwaya harta his feelings.
-Gen. Longstreet appoared in the
Eroeeesion gotten up by tba negroes in
few Orleans in booor of the passage of
tba fifteenth amendment.
-An babitnal drunkard differs from
a man about to be hanged in thia res
&j peet : ono must take a drop to live-the
other takes <t to die.
-"Guilty or not guilty?" said a
judge to a native of the Emerald Isle.
"Just aa yer honor plazes. It's not
tba like o'em to dictate to yer honor's
worship," was the reply.
-An insane man alarmed Philadel
?bia 90 Friday by ringing the State
louse bell, bringing tho firemen aud
oititens to the spot. Be said he woe
"ringing the merry chimes of freedom."
-Governor Hoffman, of New York,
has signed the Staten Island bridge bill
The work will cost $1,OUO,000, and will
bo begun at an early day.
-The principal occupation of the
"girl of the period" is said to be to sit
at her window and watoh for "thc
-M. E. Susiskey, tba late oity trea?
surer of St. Louis, failing to give $20,.
OOO bonds, was sent to jail on an indict
meet against him for embezzling $140,
-"Remember who you are talking
to, air 1" said an indignant parent to 1
fractious boy ; "I arri your father, sir 1'
"Well, who's to blame for that," aaic
young impertinence, tisn't me."
-An English writer asserts tba
American women are as deep as tin
Mediterranean. Bow does he know!
Haa he been to sea t
-It is estimated that over 0 hundret
yoong ladies are at present studying lav
in this country Probably they will al
become mothers-in-law one of tb es?
-An old baohelor having been laugh
ed at by a bevy of pretty girls, tol<
them that they wore small potatoes.
"We may be small potatoes," repli?e
one of the maidens, "but we are swee
-"Barber," said a farmer to hi
tonsor, "now corn's ohcap, you ough
to shave for half price." "Can't, Mr
Jones," said the man of razors. "
ought really to oharge more, for when
corn's down, farmers make such lonj
faces that I have twioe the ground tog<
-A female lecturer said : "Get mar
ried, yonng men, and be quick about it
Don't wait for tba millenium, for thi
girls to become angels. You'd laol
well beside an ange), wouldn't you, yoi
-If a Chicago girl wants to get 1
breach of premire case, she makes a be
of a kiss with him and loses She pay
him the kiss in the presence of a wit?
ness, then sues him for breach o
promise and trifling with her affections
and so forth. Look out for 'em whet
they offer to bet a kiss.
-A civil engineer of Edinburg, Scot
land has invented a steam engine, o:
locomotive for oom mon roads that has
proved a capital success. A number 0
them of different sizes, and of ten, si;
and three horse power, have been it
use on tho common, poor, crooked roodi
in Scotland, and do an immeose amoun
of heavy work, with admirable facility
Thick rubber tires are used on tin
wheels, than preventing all concussion
and insuring tho durability of the cn
gine. This important invention is be
lieved to moke it possiblo to advantage
onsly introduce steam ploughing ?uti
lt is a very prevalent notion that cut
are fond of sucking the breath ot in
fonts, consequently, producing discus
and death. Upon the slightest reflue
tion, however, nothing can be moro ob
vioua than that it is impossible for
cat to suck an infant's breath-at leas
to do it any injury, fur even on the sup
position that it did so, thc construotio
of ita month must preclude it from in
terrupting tho prooess of breathing
by the mouth and noso ut tho satin
time. The vulgur error must huvi
arisen from cats nostliog about infant
in beds and eradles to prooure wann tl:
? The Columbia Phoenix cullin
attention to the June Convention says
In every political movement, the fir?
thing ia to gather power. We or
therefore, pleased to find thnt our u|
country cotemporarics favor tho meet
ing of this body. Let every County i
tba State be representad by good OD
discreet man, representing all the varie
io teres ts of tho oom m uni ty. After urger,
liing ita power, tho seoond thing is t
decida how to use ti. Wo ure satisfit
to leave thia with tba Gonveotioo. 1
thia power ?hall ba used wisely and efl
j^jjJjV* .** cannot Du* ?>* D0QI
Th* Va? Wy of UAT6, Ae.; et STALE'S ?1
:BALL" ?elipse* ?nytfa?og y. t offered Iii Uta
?9- TIIEW TOE PR?TES 1 ~Wl
Mon's Wido and Narrow Paaame., $1.60 to $2.50
Bxtra Wido Straw Mats, for Pithing, 2Sc. ?Oo. to
$r.M.> H - L,
Gent's "Nobby" andi <NatU?J* Droat Strew?,
$1 Od to $2 00
Tooth's Leghorn Straws, 26o., 60o., $1 to $1.6*.
Ladlee' and Mtaaee' Booda, 16o. to 25o.
Plantation Strews, by tho do*co, $1.60 to $8.
Flrtt qoality 811k Beaver <aew) $6.
Profesional Stiff Blaek Hat $2 .to $4. fl
Mea'? end BoyVSoft Felt Hals 60o., $ 1 tola.
GINGHAM UM KRELL A'S, 76c., $1, $2, $9.
ALPACAS, FINE, ? $4, $4-60, $5.
SILK, .? - m ?7 to $9.
I an agent for tho
STORM KING UMBRELLA 1
Which will not torn wrong eldo out io a gale.
I am agent for the
"Burglar-Proof Lock Umbrella."
BAMBOO, TONQUIN, GRAPEVINE,
A8HBT0S, BICKORY, MALACCA,
AND OTHER CANES,
With Ivory, Done, and Various Mountings.
Canes for Mon, 25o., 50c. 76o. to Fancy, $2.
Children'? Little Sommer Canes, SSo.
REMEMBER OUR WIDE RIM PANAMAS J
STEEL'S HAT HALL, .
NO. 313 KINO STREET,
Charleston, S. 0.
SIGN OF THE BIG HAT.
MRS. Me J. BOOTH,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
HAS reoently reeeived and opened an assort?
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES OF
t&" Ladies visiting Charleston, aro
invited to qall and examine her select?
ions, embracing all the novelties of the
Fine Watches, Clocks,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE.
SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES, FANCY [GOODS,
NO. 307 KING-ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry Repaired.
C. A. LERSNICK. CHA?. FOSTER
ED. EM ERICK SRLI..
Lcngnick, Sell & Foster,
27 Hayne Street,
CHARLESTON, S* C.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
LADIE S TRIMMED HATS,
R. W HITE,
236 KING-ST. < ll 1RLEST0N, S. ?.
KEEPS a Largo aod Full Ascortinont of Par?
lor and Chamber FURNITURE, Uodatead?,
Uedding, Chairs, Tobie?, Ac, Ac, which he con
tinuoa to Sell at his usually
Every Artiolo warranted as represented and
Goods carefully pucked for shipping.
Orders accompanied by thu Money or draft on
a factor, will obtain goods at tho Lowest Rates
thoy can be bought.
F. VON S ANTEN,
Paris Fancy Goods,
TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES, CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES,
FIRE WORKS, INDIA RUBBER GOODS,
SUCH AS CLOTHING,
NURSERY SHEETING &C,
229 King Street, 2 doors ahovo Murkot,
HENRY BISCHOFF & CO.
AND DEALERS IN
Wines, Liquors, Segars,
19 7 EAST BAY,
Charleston, S. C.
I. BISCHOFF, C. WU LB ERN, J. H. PIEPER.
DANIEL H. SILGOX,
175, 177 tc 120 KINO ST.,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
iggr Goods car if idly packed.
April 20_ tljno,
GEORGE S. COOK,
CHARLESTON, S. ?.
?MT- ALL TUB LATEST STYLES OP
I00D Work doua at thia Oallery, and Warrant.
J to EXCHL. April 20-?ta
Joiin F. Taylor & Co.
SOCCMWOBfl TO OAHKB?H * CO.
Engineers, Boiler-Makers, &c,
Noa. 4, 6, 8,10 & 12 PB ITCH A RD-Si.
(NEAR Tli^R Ditt^QOK),
CHARLESTON, SO. CA*
Stearn Engines and Boilers.
MARINS, STATIONARY 4 PORTADLE
Rice Treshers, and Mills of ]
Shafting Plillies and Gearing.
Iron Front? 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?
JUDSON'S CELEBRATED GOV?
ERNOR AND STOP VALVE,
which are put oo all of our Ermines.
CI&A& BUiaBf ACT0?T.
No. 3U KING STREET, CORNER SOCIETY.
CHARLESTON, S. C,
LA CAROLINA, por thousand.$20 00
La Carolina, No. 1, por thousand.22 00
LA Corona de Espanu, per thousand.25 00
El Douquet, per thousnnd.30 00
La Candour, (entail cigars,) per tbout<niid...35 00
Partogas, (Havana Seed.) por thousnnd......40 00
H. Upatenn, (Havana,) per thousand.60 00
Figaro. (Genuine Havana.) per thousnnd...75 00
Jenny Lind, (Genuine Havana.) pr. th'd. 80 00
As all theso Cigars aro ninda under my especial
oar? and supervision, I can warrant that all will
smoke woll and give satisfaction nt tho pricos.
lyPORTKD CIGARS OF DIFFERENT QIIADBS.
LM? TOBACCO FOR MANUFACTURERS.
I have a large and well assorted stock of Do
mestio and importod Leaf Tobacco, such ao Con?
necticut, Pennsylvania and Ohio Wrappers nm"
Filling atoll prices. Alto, Havana, from ill li nf
nt $1 20 upwards to wrappers (Prime) at $2 50
NEW CIGAR BOXES
For Cigar Manufacturers, with label? ready for
8II.K RtBBOMB FOR CK! Alts AT ALL l'UICE
LAUGH STOCK OF 8J?OKINO AND ClIEWU
TOBACCO AND PIPES.
Merchants and oonsumors nro respectfully so?
licited to cull beforo purchasing oise where Sat
AU orders from the country will bo promptly
oxecutcd. JULIUS MADSEN.
SURE DEATH AND EXTERMINATION
?VORMS AND INSECTS INJURIOUS 1
Just received, a few tons of tho nbovo Fertiliser.
Tho remnrkabto properties of this nrtiolo, after
most thorough Boienttfio and practical tests, nov
boing fully established and acknowledged, thc
Company who control its manufacture und salo
is prepared for its
lutroduction lo this market,
in full confldenco that tho great need of tho tille
of the soil is at Inst nvallnblo ; that wo offer ai
article which, as n Fertilizer, is second to nono in
quality, and, further, that it is sure death and
extermination to the
"Cotton Worm," "Curculio," Apple
Molli, Potato Buff, Tobacco Worm,
Hop Louse, Army Worm,
and nil descriptions of insect nnd vermicular li
which in fot nnd devastnto tho Plantation, tho
Farm, the Orchard or tho Gardon.
PRICE, $15 PER TON,
. PAVIi C. TRENHOLItl,
A pl 20-lin_No. 2 Union Wharves.
271 KINO STREBT,
(OPPOSITE BASEL ?T.,)
IMFORTBR AND DEALER I M
BERLIN ZEPHYR WORSTED, KNITTING
WOOL, EMBROIDERY PATTERNS,
FLOSS SILK, EMBROIDERY
SILK, KNITTING AND
KNITTED WORSTED GOODS,
.ADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS
VELVETS, FRINGES, AC.
AU onler? by mail will be most eorol'ully
ittondad to, nml deulors will bo supplied at Now
i'uik wlmlc?ulo brices.
April 20 7m
B. JOHNSON & CO.
301 KING STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
A FULL assortment nf UMBRELLAS AND
fj^ PARASOLS, HIWHVBOD hand, bolter and
hooper than any imported.
Wholesale & Retail.
A largo assortment of WALKING CANES
We pey ospeolul attention to the mannfaoturo
' BUGGY UMBRELLAS,
rhioh wo oim furnish as low a. any house North
md of a bettor quality for the PRICE.
April 20_ Cm.
rHIS IS NO HUMBUG, but A Genuine, In
dlapensablo requisite of overy Buuk Keeper,
icoauntunt, Weigher and Measurer, combining
Simplicity with Accuracy, end rapidity. I. to
onstructed that it cannot ponibty make an error.
Can be worked by any on. of ordinary ability,
fu r tit* iii?'?ufa's practio*. Don't FAII, to Bend
jr a ClROULAIt.
BOINBST A MARTIN,
iwnera of the Patent Right for H. 0. and Ga.
P. O. Box 885, Charleston, 8. 0.
County and Oily Rights for ?ale at tuoh lo
rlees aud tarma that with energy any young man
BO make money.
Agents- BKttMB & I Oy
Factor* and Commission Merchant*,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
SOUTH SEA GUANO.
Rodes1 Ground Gypsum.
?Sf Circulars with detailed statements fur
nished on application to tho Oonornl. Agent,
B. S. RHETT & SON,
Charleston, S. C.
Or ta GREEN, WATSON A WALSH,
Jan*j28-3m] Agents at Sumter. S. C.
P. P. TOALE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
( Lnrgest and most completo "\
fl^aj? J M ..m? factory of Doors, Sashes, f *?z*-n
I*3* 1 Blinds, Mouldings, Ac, in tho (
V. Southern States. )
?&-Printed Prico List Defies Competition.-?!^
Jt?y* Send for ono
Sent Freo on Application. -63^
April 6 ly
Old Carolina Bitters.
A Delightful Tonic.
WE TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN OF?
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS
to the public. Thoy are compounded with great
enre, end coutain sumo of tho best Tonics in the
Phnruiaeupiit. A? evidence of tho superiority of
our lil I THUS over nil others, no hnvo cortifi
catos from ninny of the leading physicians in our
State, who bavo prescribed thoui in thoir prac?
The Old Carolina Bitters
Will bo found invaluable for
WANT OF APPETITE, GENERAL DEBIL
ITV, CHILLS AND FEVER? AND DYS?
Wo do not oller our BITTERS ns a euro for nil
disensos, but as an Aromatic Tonic, thoy huvo no
Por snio by Druggist and Grocers overywhoro.
Goodrich, Wineman & Co,,
CHOICE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Feb ttl-ly Charleston, S. C.
Fever and Ague
Always Stops tbe dillis.
This Medicino has been bof oro tho Pub?
lic fifteen years, and is still ahead of all
othor known remedies. It does not purgo,
deo? not sicken thc nt on mob, is perfootly
eafo in any dose and nndor oil circum?
stances, and is tho only Modioino that will
and permanently every form of Fovor
and Ague, because it ia a perfect Ant.?
dote to .Hui m ia*
Sold br all Druggists.
May 4_ ly
I. H. ALEXANDER,
BROAD STREET, CAMDEN, S. 0.
Every description of work executed with
roinptncss, unit in tho most approved and dura
lo nt} lo. Hots of Tvoth furuishod at vory mod
Gen. J. B. Kershaw, Camden, 8. C.
T. Burash, M. B.. ?. ?.
Ii. H. Dea?, " "
J. M. Davis, Esq., " "
Jun b 6m
IMIAT VALUABLE PROPERTY,
? called Brookland,Situated In Sumtor County,
bout one nile from SMtesburg, apel which Was
he fatally vssld.noe of th* Ut? John Rrsdley
t consists of a Inrga and fine Dwelling House,
-Uh 10 rooms, (8 unusually large,) Brick Kit oh
n, Stable, Barn, Carriage nous? and other neo
.sary. ?ut-buildings,allin thorough rapair, and
bout 140 acres of ;and? Plaoa en tl roly healthy,
'rico $6000 00' and terms anoomodut lng. For
ther pnrtleularb, apply-to the undersigned, at
larletta, Ga., or to J. 8. G. Riohardsoo, Esq.
t Sumter 8. 0.
Feb 23-tf. ELLEN BRADLEY.
Prepared at ftumnimb, fl?', ?.?*
4 li.rlV.lun, W.?., wB.tea? ta.? t>r?T<Ht la
.h* ?oil ?he. be?! Manure in n.e.
FOR SALK 1W
WILCOX, GIBBS & GO.
IMPOSTURA ?* DEALERS UT
?V BAT 8TREBT. 8AVANNAH, OA.
?4 EAST BAY-ST. CHARLESTON, 8.0.
S?l BROAD BTRBBT, AUGUSTA, OA.
Alto, hy.".A ROTH.
WE ALSO KEEP
Pare No. 1. PERUVIAN GUANO.
? DISSOLVED BONE.
?? LAND PLASTER.
-For furtbor i o forum t ?un. nd dross as ftlovo for'
oiroular, or subscribo to Southern Agricultural,
published bj W. C. Maotnurphy A Co.. at>Au
gasta and Savannah, Oa.. at tba low prise ot toa.
Doo 8 _ 4tnos
AIM/1 H'S SARRACENIA
FLY TRAP BITTERS
Tbe Great Southern remedy for
GENERAL DEBILITY, Ao.
Gr. W. Aim ar.
Chemist and Druggist,
Charleston, S. C.
SAVANNAH, GA. I
March ?th, 1609, J |
MR. VV. G. AI WAH-Dear Sir:-A membor of
m y film i ly sufforing long from Dyspepsia, bas
experienced mora rolief from your SARRACE?
NIA BITTERS than from nny other medicino
eho has over tried. It is must excellent Tor in?
vigorating the system and creating an appetite.
I regard it as decidedly the most beneficial of all
Yours, vory respectfully,
N. J. DARRELL,
Sold by all Druggists.
General Ageuts RISLEY A Co.,
No. 141 Charubors street;Now York.
AGENTS AT SUMTER. .
J. J?. W. DoLormo. A. Anderson A Co.
Nov 3 ?rn
A. lt. 8TIJLLMAN,
(Formerly of Fogariles A Stillman,)
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Dry Goods, Hosiery,
FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS &c.
281 King Street, West Side,
FOURTH noon BELOW WENTWORTH STREET,
Oppnsito tho nilbors House,
CHARLESTON, S. C?
Terms Cash or City Acceptance.
PHOTO? RA PH 81
AT REDUCED PRICES.
JESSE II* BOLLES'
:INE ART GALLERY, NORTH-EAST CORNER
Kine mid Mn ric ct street*,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
PROCELA IN LIKENESSES
LTPli-SIZE POUT ll A ITS,
Tn Oil, ll 'ttler, and Fa stet Colors,
Talton in tho
tlICilII?ST PI?UVI?CriON\OF ART.
P II O T O G ll A P H S
OF A LL KINDS AND SIZES.
Especially dosigncd for tho uso of tho Medieul
'rofession and the Family, possessing thotoin
rlnslc medicinal properties which belong to an
lld and Puro Gin.
Indispensable to Fcmalos. Good for Kidney
lomplaints. A delicious Tonic. Put np in
ares, eontaining ono dozen hcttlos eaoh, and
old by all druggists, grocors, Ao.
A. M. BININGER A CO.,
Established 1778, No. 15 Beaver St., N. Y.
limo 23 ly
BLOOD PURIFIER H
For Tfitiocniili, us "Soudslii Aimante" kt tkit jnr.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUOOISTS.
Dr. J. J. LAWRENCE & C
mor RI ET0R8,
61 Exchange Place,
CLEMENTS & CO.,
(liN?OlVI FORTAB LE J
N (?TRUSS ? mm4
COMFORT AND CURE FOR THE RUP
_J TURKD-Sent post ps. ld ort recolpt of 10
te, Addross Dr. E. B FOOTE (Author of Med
ul Coti.mon Souso,) No. 120 Lexington Avenue,
ew York. _
A~W?Y"V?TH SPECTACLES. Old eyes
;V mude new, ensiW, without doctor or modi
nss. Sent post paid on reoelpt of 10 oents.
ddress Dr. E. B. FOOTE, 120 Lexington Aven
?, New York.
[J IN TS TOT?lb CHILDLESS sent free on
[X rooolpt of ono letter stamp. Address Dr.
. D FOOTE, 120 Lexington Avenue, N. Y.
?EO. Z. FRENCH,
! _A*r>- .
LEAL ESTATE AGENT
WILMINGTON, N. C.
,T7"ILL PUBLISH, August lat, far tree
rV DIstrlhuHon. ? Catalogne ar LAN I?8 FOR
iUnm NO BTU AND SOUTH CAROLINA,
Son ?I lu a, description anti pri?e t f landa. .
toft. No charge unless a tale ls s ff? o ted
THE BEST '
TONIC 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.
Byspesia or Indigestion
is speedily cured by the use of
this TONIC, also for Liver Dis
eases, Disorders of the Kidneys
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 Const!
have become NERVOUS and
debilitated through sedentary
habits and close confinement to
household and other domestic
duties, will find this TONIC
possessed of intrinsic virtues
able at all times to establish
healthy standard and bestow
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 with di
Manufactured only by the
207 FULTON ST..
I. A. M K AGEN,
tli ... . . B?MTJBR, 8. C.
Atril I Sra
OHAS. H. . MOIS ?^BWWMli?a Ag?^L
fiZ ri??; ,Lwh>;^*^*l->
LTVERPPOL ANS W?t??O^?j( ?)f? ?NWct|i,
i.::-.. vi? . ? /-1 TO? Conipaoy hiving complied %tft
Insurance Company? the^i^ww -fc^
Capital, Surplus and Reaerved Funds, . -
m t7oW, . ' fl8,m000, Poair" ?? pre?te* to ?saue : V
Life or EodowMeit Policies,
Eighteen Million ?od Four Handled ? m' """ _
Thonsand Dollars-IN GOLD. 0? * M08T ?j?
. ' >L '? ' Having '
Invested in the United States,Two Mil? . ;. . (????*MJI*?.? . .
. Thirteen Millions of Dollar*
lions of Dollars. $2,000,000. f ? . ' '* .
in Assets, perfeot security ls gnanot?J
Risks in Sumter, taken at Charleston to the insured j while hs ImmeoNiii
ratea. .. ' ? ' ; " . :'*?
oonataotly increasing income enables U
Residences in Ote Country Tri?Ur- te deoJare Uberaj dividends. Thej ,
ed at LOWhates* . . . Vlf AK
Polioy in this Company is steadily i*.
Losses i>aid promptly in Charles- crea8?0g iq v?ia?, at ? cost whitby
creases with every annual payment.
On the payment of Ten Years ; . CHAS. H. MOISE, fr
premiums in CASH, ? permet-- Wane. Agent,..
, ." ^ . , ' 8omter,8.0.
ual policy will oe issued. - Feb its ?.? > ' ?
.-...A..^.........j..^.....mi jMiuMlii?J?Mi?iaiW.lul?im ll ?lu? H.! n^fym
Piedmont and Arlington
THOSE TWO STAUNCH COMPANIES, THE PIETj^ft
AND "ARLINGTON" HAVE : COMBINED UNDER *
THE ABOVE NAME, AND PRESENT, IN THE
SHORT TIME OF T vTO YEARS, A
LIST OF OVER
Eight Thousand Insurers and a Capital
and Assets of over One Million and
a Half of TJ lars,
ATTAINING TO A POSITION ND IMPORT^?E AMONG
Life Insurance Companies
never before reached in so short ? timo.
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 Brandi Offices in each State, where funds accruing art
invested, and not talcen beyond State limits, ?.
Branch Office in this State at Columbia,
LEAPIIART, JEFFERSON AND RANSOM, Managers.
J. S- HUGHSON, Agent, Sumter, S. C.
Capt. A. A. Gilbert, Capt. E. W. Moise,
Capt. Jno. S. Riohardiw
lightiul Be ver- /^fc' ^fft'lty U^^^^^?Sv All use it with
ige, a ploasant'^ffil^^ 8W>
tonic, an inval- ^>^^ T'MISS QWZ'-tKi? ^=^^ cess. Brings
?N sm MnmAkkxt
THE BEST iWXm?m*
Recommended by the Highest Medical Authority in the State. See Oxrcwxr*
"aound each Bottle. . '."
If you want to be cured of Dy.popsta. : '< . /
If you want to be eared of ChltU and Pe-er,
If you wnnt to bo oured of Debility,
If you want to be cured of Ind i"0?. lion, ."?
If yon want to be oared of Weak Stomach,
If youwant to regain your Appetite,
If yon want a good S to mn chic,
If yon went the BUST TONIC.
TRY THEM. USE NO OTHER. Ask for j 8UMTRR BITTERS? Sold by Druggist* aal
?rocore. Soe that our signature ie over the cork nJ^^bboMle. , ^ju.
BOWIE. MOISE & DAVIS. ,
PROPRIETORS ANT) WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, CHARLESTON, 8. C. \
For sale hv A. ANDERSON A CO.. Sumter, and SPENCER, SCARBOROUGH ? 00. V
Pet, ifl-.ini Bi*hop?ille. BJD. ;
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, l-urrhaKcre of musio will o?n?ult limply to introduce our new muslo ?
their own intero.it* by aubteriblng to'the tnuaioul wo-Itt. Oar aub*
to PaTRRa' MbSlOAIi MeNTBLT. It aoribera slog and p.ay the ?asi? we
is issued on the first of onoh month, give them. Their masleal frienda
and gives all the n??T17DQ? 1 E?*r.'.lb*^ y"?10'
latest and beat M Ki I liiK,? i Ike If. and bay
Music, by saoh 1 UXJJAliM,. . 'Ula Aeet mnale
authors aa Hays, Kinkel, Thoms*, form, where we make oar profit.
Bishop, DA n kn, Hecht, Frey, Koller, Remember I. every yearly subscriber
Wyman, etc Every number eon- gota, during tho yesr, al least 160
tains at least Twelve Pieces of new pleoea .of, oar boat moeia, all of
and good Musio TktTt TOT /"^ ? If w h loh we after
printed on fine \\i M NlJAL W?,d T,rt"1 !?
white paper and .beet form and
from full sise muslo platea, erery aell for over $00. It I. published at
piece of which i. afterward, printed tao Mammoth Muslo Store of J- L.
in sheet form, from the .ame platea, Petera, 69? Broadway, New . York,
and sold at from 80 to 60 oentaeaeh, where avery thing in th? muslo line
for thU variable IVIONTTT J\, Y matter.'kow
magasine la 80 ^TAWX VA X"M^ , amati .frottr or
cent a copy, $3 a year, $1.50 for der, it will be promptly attended te.
.tx months; and we goarao'teo to '
every yearly sobtertber at' least 4SI ? - ?
E.ge. of oholoe new music, bj the r, . . .; i _ 1, . . .'1 . '"
est anther*. . Sample copies cdn be uen at - ,
$60 FOR $3. thc o?etof this papw.
We do not expect PataRS' M?aio- ... ./ ."llilfl'l r
At. MONTHLY lo pay usas a Mega. '...iiUn U
.lae, because we give too much . .,. '?iii 'iy O'"'"
. ,. CHARLESTON, 8* C. \ ? ^.^ .
1 BOARD. PER DAY; fS.QO. ^ ''fw^i-^^***^^
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