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"I wWeo yo? agalaT, oed your boort ?ball
^ ^Jolee, aad???r Joy mo iii Ukolb from yo?."
LM* ladled le light fro? Heaven,
ilUlg fe* 0?3bead ?aofbl.
.om fro? Mtf ?Mb ?or did i5e*gbl4
of Hilra who/oraoed Uewhol?,
r circling rcond ibo eoul I <
, J?*.V? lt of ?*.> lifo, ? Iktof p?rt,
W4?*U?> .*.*. ??le)t?n??^.^r?*V
t*ba? We ?lo?? which vlrtuVe lew? control, N
DNwor.ro? reoeptlon la th? booton ?eui.-MuripU**
.Tie boiler to b?To lo rod ?nd lost
Than ?ever to bare lovod ak all.- Ttnnyton.
? Loro la aol lava
i Which altara wheo lt alteration Sade*
Lo?? .!terr Dot with bio brio? boara Md week?,
. JBo* booro )t oat tren to tho edge of doom,
itttbla ba error, and ?pon no proved,
vI??v?r wri^ngr DO mao ?vor lov?d.
Ab, rna 1 for aught that ?ver I eould road,
. Could or er boar by Ul? or history,
Tb? coom of tra? lora ??var did ran ?mooth.
Ba who ?tem? a itroam with ??nd,
Sr Cottero flam? with flaxen band,
[aa y?t a bardar Utk to prov?
By firm reiolve to conquer Lo?*.
' It lo tb? iecret aymoatby,
- Tb? ailror Hob, Ibo ?liken ti?,
"Which b?art to heart, and mind to miad,
lo body and in ?oui caa bind.
Io peace, Love tunes th? abopberd't reed ;
' .1? war, he n on nt? th? warrior's ?teed;
.Ja ball?. In gay attire lo seen ;
In hamlets, daacea OB tho green.
Love rule? th? court, tba camp, th? grove ;
All men below, and saints above.
For Love la Heaven, and Ilea ven ia Love-.Scoff.
I Ia lobing thou doat well ; in paaalon, not,
Wherein tra? Love conflate not. Loro refinos
Tb? thoughts, and Heart enlarge?, hath Its 8oat
lu Kennon, and la judicious, la the acalo
By which to Heiw'nl? love thou may'st aacend.
Not sunk in carnal pleaeure : for whieh co?te
' Among th? hons ta uo mate for thoo waa found.
? If Love were endiosa, men wera god? ; 'tia that
Doee counterbalance travail, danger, pain.
'Tia Heaven's expedient to make mortals beur
Tb? light, and cheat them of tho peaceful grave.
Yo un ?j.
"Why should we kill the beat of payions, Love?
It aide the hero, bida ambition rite
To nobljr heights, inspires immortal doods,
Ev'u sot tem. brutes, und adda a graeo to virtue.
Io joyous Youtb, what soul both never known
Thought, feeling, toato, harmonious to ita own?
Vlb? hath not paused whilo Boauty'a pensive oyo
Aak'd from hi? hoart the homage of a aigh ?
Who hath not nwn'd with rapturo smitten frame,
The power ol Grace, tho mugio ofanmno.
? . Cautpbell.
-- lt is easier to suppress tho first
desire, than to satisfy nil that follow it
- The poor have little, beggars none
The rioh too much, enough not one
-.When a person dcolares that his
"brain ia on fire," is it etiquette to blow
it out r
--Soft aoap, io some shape, pleases
all ; and, generally spooking, the more
lye you put into it tho better.
- Modesty is more becoming, an
alwaya esteemed more valuable .than
beauty. Beauty perishes, but modesty
- A Christian should never pload
spiritually for being a sloven. If h
be a shoe-clcanor, he should bo thc best
in tho town.
- No earthly possessions or mental
endowments can supply the place of re?
ligion, beoanse that alone brings salva
-- Mrs. Stevens made the astounding
declaration, at a recent women's suffrage
meeting in San Francisco, "that women
oonld not become moo if they tried."
mJm "Yoong man, do you beliove in a
future state ?" "In course I duz ; and
what's more, I mean to enter it as soon
as Botay gets her things ready."
- A man advertises for "competen
persons to undertake the sale ot a new
medicine," and adda that '-it will bo
profitable to tho undertaker."
-. Come to God for what no one else
can give you, or do for you ; plead His
?roniise, and expect His aid ; so you
onor Him. You cannot trust mao
too little nor God too muoh.
-Stubuss said to one of his debtors,
"Isn't it about timo you paid mo thal
little bill ?"
"My dear sir," was tho consoling
reply, "it is not o question of time, it is
a question of money."
r- "Madam," said a cross tempered
physician to a patient, "if women were
admitted to Paradiso, their tongues
would make it a purgatory."
"And some physicians, if allowed to
practico there," replied the lady
"w uld soon mako it a desert."
-Said a youngster in high glee, dis
playing his purchases to a bosom fr?en
on the sidewalk,
"Two ooooanut8 for ten cents I that will
mako me sick to morrow, and I won
have to go- to school."
-."Oh, Tommy, that was adrairablo
in you, to eat your little sister's share of
"Why," said Tommy, "didn't yon tefl
mo, ma, that I was always to take her
- "Good" morning, Pennis! You
have at last, I perceive, displayed taste
in the purchase of a hat.
''Throe for yon, sir'; suro it has
crown anyhow. But look at thom
brogues, eir : am't they illigant ?"
To this the friond assented but ob?
served that his ooat seemed to fit him
"Ooh !" said ho, in a confidential
manner, "there's nothing snprising i
that : sure, I wasn't thore when I was
measured for it."
- "A oountry pedagogue had two
pupils to one of whom he wai partial, an
to tho other severe. Ooo morning
huppened that these two boys were lat
and were called up to aeeount tor it.
"You must have heard the bell, boys
why did you not come ?"
"Please, sir," ?aid the favorite, "I was
dreamitt' that I wan groin' to Californy
and I thought the school-bell was th
steamboat bull, as I was goin' in."
"Very well," said tho muster, glad of
.ny pretext to excuso his favorite. "An
now, air," turning to tho other, "what
have you to say ?"
"Please,.air," said the puzzled boy,<
-I-waa waiting to see Tom off!"
Conference "of the MethodistfcpUioopai
Uhurcb, published ?o tho Memphis Daify
Appeal: ' ?? .
ht. Sbippppowo of Resolutions of
ijm pat hy paused by the last General
Joofereoee, affecting the church at
Columbia, 8. 0. ; of its sufferings at the
?aods of war ; of its former prosperity ?
ta bound less liberality y of tho ?v gaocr-. "
?ity of its members; -ijeseie?UhAt/.of
di suffer* in Coluuibia, the -Motho- .
list Church bore the most grievous cal
Unities. The church building was re
luced to ashes) the homes of Tts mern?
?era were horned, and all their proper
y swept away. The congregation is
oo poor to rebuild their house of wor?
in p, and have only a little chapel iu
dequate to the wauts of the coogrega?
ion. , .
Dr. Sehon moved the adoption of ?
esolution providing for a conoession of
ll that is asked by the petition.
Dr. Smith, of South Carolina, said
hat the ehuroh spoken of had suffered
8 none others. Its people were poorer
han those of any church or city in the
iouth, and .that South Carolina was tn
hq worst condition of any in tho South,
'he difference in the social and indus
rial condition of the two States, South
?arolina sud Georgia, was most strongly
larked and palpable. In Carolina the
copie wero still trodden under foot by
lie harshest task master?, who held
ffiees with not tho remotest idea of
romoting ends of publio good. They
uly sought to oppress and rob the peo?
le, and gather wealth for themselves,
'he ownership of"rca! estate in Culura?
in begets poverty. A house that is
Doted for $600 is taxed $575. Column
ia, once famed, for the intelligence,
ublic and private morals of its people,
nd for the genius, eloquence and learn?
rig of individual citizens, whose lofty
hai noter and many virtues gave tone to
ooiety, is reduced to the utmost straits
f poverty, oud subjected to every pro
css designed to degrade and destroy,
'ho tasteful scholarship of Lcguro, tho
latch loss moral and intellectual gran
cur of Calhoun, thc splendid oratory
f Preston and McDuifie, onoo made
?olumbia tho abidiug place of all that ]
lade life delightful. The condition of
he ruined city to day presented n
lournftil contrast with its pristine
lory und splendor. It is sud mid Bick,
tiing to contemplate thc present aud
ream of the past. Of wealth there is
one, aud poverty in its rugs and gaber
ine has invaded alike the palaces of tho
ich and hovels of tho poor.. Indigent
s are thoso people, they are generous
3 the last degreo. They share with
ne another the little that is left them,
nd widows and orphans are not forgot
JO by those who have more than
he absolute wauts of life demand,
'he little chapel they occupy ns a
lace of worship, will not contain the
ongregation that often gathers about
:s doorway, nod they often secured the
se of buildings of other denominations,
spccinlly of the Baptist, who had been
cry kind. Bishop Capers, Dunwoody
nd other groat thinkers and orators of
lethodism, sleep in the churchyard
ard by. Their monuments had been
verthrown or destroyed by bloody, red
anded war, and desecration, and burn?
ie outrage, and insufferable calamities
larked every feature of the church's
jrtunes. Will not thoso moro blest in
bundaneo help those so utterly im
ovcrished ? The sympathies of this
ourishing city would be touched if it
my listen to a simple recital of woes
diioh have befallen the church at Goi?
Bishop Andrew approved tho utter
noes of Dr. Smith. He had dedicated
lie Church at Columbia, years ago, to
be most High. Capers was there, and
tany of tho purest und best, und most
iarnod men. Tho ohaructcr of the
ongregation, its virtues and Christian
ort li, had not been too highly colored,
ad there can be no worthier object of
ur beneficence. It was first in all
hristian virtues. Many of its strong
it members have fallen beneath tho
eight of terrible calamities, and tho
irvivors arc hurdly able to live. There
as once no limit to their generosity
id deeds of Christian charity. Help
tem j they will coon bo able to help
lemselves, and a church edifice worthy
; thc people will soon rise from tho
thea ofthat which was destroyed.
Dr. MoAunully epoko with tearful
rcs when he said that each member of
ie Conforciioe should forward a sum
r tho purpose of rebuilding tho Col
nbiu church, and erecting a memorial
:n-?hy of tho fame aud virtues of Dr.
MUSIC Lh.SS0N<. "~
ocal and Inst runion tal.
Tho undersigned having taken his resitieaoe nt
nitor, ?viii give lessons in Singing nutt on the
ANO nnd VIOLIN. Ile will likcwiso give in
notions in FRENCH, OBUM AN und A KITH -
TUNING OF PIANOS ATTENDED TO.
Por further particulars, apply to him at bia
id?neo in Ilurviu Street.
H. C. M. KOPFP.
t. Joseph's Academy.
OONDUOTEt) DY TUB
Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy,
SUMTER, S. C.
TUB Collegiate Exercises of this
First Class Instituto, will be resumed
on tho 1st of September. A prompt
iitteudnnun is requested in ord, r to
facilitate tho r-rogrus, mid arrenge
nt of Ibo classes. Tho new buildings ore
clous and elegantly finished, furnishing BO
imodntinns fur ouo hundred boarders. The
onsivo grounds and pincius nm ampio for open
e.xorciso, sud young Indios aro thoroughly
Iruoted in English Miithoiiintici, Froncb, Ita
i, Muslo, Drawing, Painting, Ac, Ao. Location
Itby, (.ir puro, wa er good, nnd torras ronson
o. F<>r particulars apply to tho Superioress of
Jusoph's Acudo,ny, Sumter, or to tho Snpe
-ese of the Sinters of Morey, Charleston, who
I endeavor lo meet tho pros* uro o? (ho times,
ttorney and Counselor at Law,
SUMTER, S. C.
*?- WILL PR ACTI?1?, ??H?I the
ida of tho Third Judicial Circuit, aleo, in the
?renne Court ul Charleston and Columbi?,
fay be consulted nt prisent at "Suinter Wntoh.
John F, Taylor. A Co.
Not.4, 6, $,10 A 12 PRITCHARD 8t.
C II A
Steam Engines und Boilers, i
M A RIN B/8 f ATION^RT A PORTA BLE'
Rice Treshers, and Mills of!
t ./ evervdescHptiorj.-T ^
Shafting Pulli?s and ' Geariug;
Iftftt Fronts for Buildings, &'
Castings of every kind
in Iron or Brass.
(Ye guarantee to furnish Engines
and Boilers of as good qu?l- j
ity and power, and at^
as low rates as can : :
be had in J ' ' f
flew York?4Baltimore or Phila?
AGENTS FORV. '
rUDSON'S CELEBRATED GOV?
ERNOR AND STOP VALVE,
rhioh are put on all of our Eygines,
Apr? 20 >_. '? lm
SPRING AND SUMMER
S SEXj?L^aS. A
tbt Variety of Ft ATS, Ac, at STEELE'S "HAT
IALL" eclipsos anything yet offered in this
43- TUEN THE PRICES t -?a
ion's Wide and Narrow Purni mus, $1 50 to $2.50
Cxtra Wide Straw Hats, for Fishing, 25e. ?Oc. to
lent's "Nobby" and "Nattie" Dress Straws,
$1 00 to $2 00
routh'? Loghorn Straws, 25c. 50c., $1 to $1.50.
indies'and Misses' Hoods, 15c. to 25o.
'Inn tut ion Straws, by the dozun, $1.60 to $3.
?irst quality Silk Heaver (now) $5.
Professional Stiff Hl;tok lint $2 to $4.
den's and Hoy's Soft Fott Huts 50o., $1 to $4.
?INOHAM UMBRELLAS, 75c, $1, $2, $3.
VLPACA3, FINE, " $4, $4.50, $5.
HLK, " " $7 to $9.
I am agent for tho
STORM KING UMBRELLA 1
Which will not turn v/rong sido out in a gale.
I am ago nt for the
'Burglar-Proof Lock Umbrella."
JAMBOO, TONQUIN, GRAPEVINE,
ASUETOS, HICKORY, MALACCA,
AND OTHER CANES, ,
Yith Ivory, Bone, and Varions Mountings.
Canes for Mon, 25c, 50c. 75o. to Fanoy, $2.
Children's Little Sutainar Canes, 25o. '
IEMEMBER OUR. WIDE RIM PANAMAS !
STEEL'S HAT HALL,
NO. 313 KINO STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
SIGN OF TIIE BIG HAT.
April 20_ 3in
Fine Watches, Clocks,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE.
SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES, FANCY IGOODS,
IO. 307 KINO-ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry Ropnircd.
April 20 flin
IENRY BISCH0IF & CO.
WHOLESALE GR O OERS
AND DEALERS IN
Wines, Liquors, Segars,
197 EAST BAY,
Charleston, S. C.
I.BISCHOFF, C. WULBERN, J. H. PIEPER.
VAVmii Ho SXLCOX,
175, 177 Ac 170 KINO ST.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
8?* Goods carefully packed.
April 20 Om
CHARLESTON, S. C,
BOARD. PER DAY, $3.00.
?BT. n A ll 11,TO ff, MHB. II. h, DUITKUKIKl.t),
On tho Cor. of SUMTER and CANAL-STS.
hore all kinds of Work in the Blacksmithing
no will be finished In a workmabllke mann
d at the shortest possible notice.
Tho undersigned feels eonftdenr, /rom ? eensoH
bis experience, (In the business for the last
Irty yours) that ho oan give satisfaction, both
prices and In th? execution of all work en?
latad te bim.
W. O. STAN8ILL.
April 20 * 8m
AND WEDDING CABDS,
*?; AgeBls-BROlUE ?V ?0.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
March SO ty
No. SU KINO ST II E ET, CORNER SOCIETY.
j? OU?B?iESTON, S. 0.
my. : . fi x - ?" .
LA CAROLINA, por thousnnd.$20 00
La Carolin?, NM. 1, per thousand......... ......22 00
Le Carona de Espaoa, per thousand.26 00
El Bouqnet, per tboushod.30 00
La Candeur, (?mull cigars,) per tboutaud...36 00
Partages, (Havana Seed.) pur thousand.?0 00
H. Upjnann,(Havana,) per thousund.60 00
Figaro. (Genuine Havana.) per thousand...76 00
Jenny Lind, (Genuine Unvuna ) pr. th'd. 80 00
As all these Cigars are tuade under my especial
care and supervision, I can warrant that all will
smoke well and give satisfaction nt tho prices.
IUPORTED CIOAIIH OP DIFFERENT OllADBB.
LEAF TOBACCO FOR MANUFACTURERS.
- I have a large and well assorted ?took of Do?
wniest i o and imported Leaf Tobacco, such as Con?
neoticut, Pennsylvania and Ohio Wrappers and
Filling at all prices.. Also, Havana, from filling
nt $1 20 upwards to wrappers (Prime) at $2 60
, NEW CIO ATI BOXES
For Cigar Manufacturers, with labels ready for
SILK It I B BON fl FOR CIGARS AT ALL PRICBB.
LAHOR STOCK OF SMOKING AND CIIBWINO
TOBACCO AND PIPES.
Merchants and consumers are respectfully so?
licited to eall before purobasing elsowhero. Sat
All orders from tho country will bo promptly
executed. . JULIUS MADSEN.
April 20-3m _ _ _
Ph. S CHU OEM ANN,
271 KING STREET,
(OPPOSITE TIASEL ST.,)
I M F o lt T K rt AND D E A L R n IR
BERLIN ZEPHYR WORSTED, KNITTING
WOOL, EMBROIDERY PATTERNS,
FLOSS SILK, EMBROIDERY
SILK, KNITTING AND
KNITTED WORSTED GOODS,
LADIES* DRESS TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS
VELVETS, FRINGES, AC.
?3f~ All orders by mail will bo most carefully
attended to, and dealers will be supplied at New
York wholesale oriees.
April 20 _ 7m
F. VON SANTEN,
Paris Fancy Goods,
TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES, CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES
FIRE WORKS, INDIA RUBBER GOODS,
SUCH AS CLOTHING,
NURSERY SHEETING &CM
229 King Streot, 2 doors abovo Markot,
236 KI Xis-ST. CHARLESTON, S. C.
KEEPS n Largo and Full Assortment ? f Par?
lor and Chamber FURNITURE, Bodstcads,
Budding, Chairs, Tables, Ac, Ac, which he con?
tinues to Sell at his usually
Every Article warranted ns represented and
Goods carefully pitched for shipping. .
Orders accompanied by tho Money or draft on
a factor, wili obtain goods at the Lowest Rates
they cnn bo bought.
C. A. LENOMCK. CitAS. FOSTER
En. EuP.nicK SELL.
Lengnick, Sell & Foster?
27 Hayne Street,
CHARLESTON, S* C.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
LYDIE'S TRIMMER HATS.
MRS. Me J. BOOTH,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
HAS rocen tl y rocoivod and oponed an assort?
8PRINO AND SUMMER STYLES OF
J?y Ludios visiting Charleston, arc
invited lo call and examine her select?
ions, embracing all tho novelties of (he
April 20 3m
Especially designed for tb?.use of tb* Medical
>rofesaloa ead Hr? Family, possesing those lu
r??ale medicinal properties wbteh belong to aa
)14 and Pure Gin.
Indispensable to Females. Good for Kidney
Complaints. A delicious Tonto. Pat ap in
.ses, containing ons dnien bettles each, and
old by all druggists, grooers, Ao.
A. M. BIN INO ER * CO.,
Esrajllshed 1778, No. 16 Bearer St., N.T.
. _.?--*. ?
A Delightful Tonio.
WE TAKE Q IIB AT PLEASURE IN OF*
PB RING TUB
OLD CAROLIN A BITTJBRS
to th? publlo. Thoy aro compounded with great
oar*, and contain tu ino of (bo belt Tonio? in the
Phar<nao<i|iU. As evideuceoi the superiority of
oar BITTERS over nil others, we have certifl
oetee from um ny of toe leading physicians in our
Sute, ?ho 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 os a oura for all
diseases, but as an Aromatic Tonie, the* have no
For sale by Druggist and Grocers everywhere.
Goodrich, Wineman & Ca,,
CHOICE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Feb 16-ly_Charleston, S. C.
The Best Tonic Ever Invented. I
Recommended by tho best Physicians!
in the country for the oure of
Diseases of the Liver and
Loss of Appetite,
And General Debility.
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
It I? a sure PREVENTIVE OF CHILLS AND
FEVER, and is a GREAT STRENGTHENER
IT EXHILERATES WITHOUT BEING
FOLLOWED BY DEPRESSION, and on that
account is the boat beverngo.
IT IS A MOST DELIGHTFUL CORDIAL
The most delogoto Fomales luke it.
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT.
pif Sold by the Principal Druggists and
P. P. TOALE
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
!Largest nnd most completo A
MiinufiK'lory of Doors, Sashes, I
Blinds, MnuMings, Ac, in tho t
Suulhorn Suites. J
.?Slr*Prlnted Price List Defies Competition.-tS^
SBflr* Send for ono
?^f Sent Freo on Application.
April A ly
B. JOHNSON & GO.
301 KING STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
AFULL assortment ot UMBRELLAS AND
PARASOLS, always on hand, botter and
cheaper than nny imported.
Wholesale & Retail.
A largo assortment of WALKING CANES
Wo pny especial attention to the manufacturo
f BUGGY UMBRELLAS,
which wo cnn furnish as low ns any house North
and of a bettor quality for tho PRICE.
April 20 _ 6m.
PHOTO? Ii A PHS,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
JESSI: If. BOLLES'
FINE ART GALLERY, NORTH-EAST CORNER
Klug nnd market Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
PROCELA I N LIKENESSES
Tn Oil, Water, and Pastel Colors,
Totten in tho
Kl IOU HST PBUFBCT10N<;Or ART.
P II O TOOK A PH.S
OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES.
GEORGE S. COOK,
231 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
??- ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF
HOOD Work done at this Gallery, and Warrant
?djo EXCEL. _April 20-Om
o /v-wAY wm iO>-s:
COMFORT AND CURE FOR THE RUP
TURED-Sent post pnld on reeelpt of 10
tts. Address Dr. K. B FOOTE (Author of Med
ont Cooinoo Saasa,) No. 129 Lexington Avenue,
A WAY WITH SPECTACLES. Old ayes
tx. nssde new, easll?, without doctor or modi
Ines. Seat post paid on reoelpt of 10 eenie.
Iddresi Dr. E. B. FOOTE, 120-Lexington Aven?
ie. New York.
HINTS TO TUB JHILDLCSU sent free on
reeelpt or ono latter stamp. Address Dr.
. FOOTE, 120 Lexington Avenue, N. Y,
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 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.
F?males 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 with di?
Manufactured only by the
207 FULTON ST.,
For ania hf
SUMTER, 8. 0.
. . ?> UM TER, S. O. :
?VERPOOL AND LON?O?? NEW YORK UFE INSURANCE li
AND GLOBE ? N ' .
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Insurance Company. theproTUion,of lbe Meent
Capital, Surplus and Reserved Fund?, .
vi Gold, $18,400,000. P?8,t Aot' ,8 t0
Lift or Endowment Policies,
Eighteen Million ?nd g?^^ 05 THB MOST PAVOKaBLB TBas*
Thousand Dollars-IN GOLD.
^- Haring' ?
Invested in the United Statee, Two Mil- _ ^ * "
Thirteen Millions of Dollar*
lions of Dollars. 12,000,000. ' ? . -, lt .
fa Assets, perfect se cur i ty ls gttsranUttf
Risks in Sumter, taken at Charleston j t0 tne jq8urftd j .whileI its immense ??
I constantly ineressing income ensile* il
Residences in the Country Insur- j t0 deolare liberal divideods. Tho? ?
ed at LOW li?tes.
Policy In this Company is steadily ic
Lossee paid promptly in Charles- "easing in value, ata cost whioa?V
creases with every annual payment.
On the payment of Ten Year? CHAS. H. MOISE,
. r* a OTT A Insurance Agent,
premiums in CASH, a perpet-* 6 .?,...
r ^ Sumter, 8,C.
val policy will be issued. | Feb '/S
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
Bight Thousand Insurers and a Capital
and Assets of over One Million and
a Half of D lars,
ATTAINING TO A POSITION ND IMPORTANCE AMONG
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, wliere funds accruing m
invested, and not taken beyond State limits.
Branch Office in this State at Columbia,
LE AIMIA RT, JEFFERSON AND RANSOM, Managers.
J. S. HUGHSON, Agent, Sumter, S. C.
Capt. A. A. Gilbert, Capt. E. W. Moise, Capt. Jno. S. Richardsos
The undersigned hove recently published a
wries ofNliW PICTORIAL READERS AND
SPELLERS, adapted tu tho tastes of both ?exes !
in tho family as well us the school room. They
hm o been prepared by the Rev. Prof. J. L.
lt KYNO LUS, D. D" of tho South Carolina J
University. Tilt) senos consists of SIX Volumes.
Reynold's Now Pictorial Speller,.15c.
Reynold's New Pictorial Primary Rouder,.25c.
Hot uoldV New Pictorial Firct Reader,.40o.
Reynold's New Pictorial Second Reader,.AOo.
oynold's New Pictorial Third Reader,.SOc.
Reynold's New Fourth Reader.$1.26o.
SCHOOL HISTORY OP SOUTH CAROLINA.
Told in o fiiuiiliur style. Hy Professor JAMBS
Wno!) DAVIDSON, A M. Price 00 cents.
Prof. REYNOLDS' WRITING ROOKS, in a
series of DU ul bera- 20 cont? each-.
A SCH'JOL EEG I Sf ER to last six months,
A TA RLE BOOR for young children,-50?.
Tho above i ublicntions are being extensively
used in this State. North Carolina, and Georgia,
and wo ure encouraged to go on and publish a
whole serioH of School Books in all departments.
Duffie & Chapman,
Publishers and Booksellers,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Also for sale at the SUMTER BOOK STORE.
DR. 8H ALLEN BERGER'S
Fever and Ague
Always Stop? (lae Chilla.
Thia Med i o ino has been bei oro the Pab?
ilo fifteen years, and is still ahead of all
othorknownromodioa. It docs not purge,
dr a. ^ not eickon the stomach, is perfectly
sa> ?rt any dose and under all oiroxun
stanoes, and fa the on) y Medicine that will
and permanently every form of Fever
and Agna, because it is a perfect Anti?
dot? to Mailarla,
Sold by nil Druggists.
May 4 _ ly
I. H. ALEXANDER,
BROAD STREET, CAMDEN. 8. 0. "!
Every description of work executed with
promptness, and in tba most approved and dara
bio ?ty I e. Sat! of Teeth fu rn libed at very mod
Gen. J. B. Kershaw, Camden, 8. 0.
T. Barueb, M. A.. " ?.
L. H. Deas, M II
J. M. Davis, Esq., " ?
Jan 5. fra
8PAKTANO*JRO C. H.,
KEV. A. -M. 8IHPP, D. D.. Preside?! uJ
Pri'fossnr Mental end Mural Sch non.
DAVID DUNCAN, A. M., Professor Aoelssl
Languages and Literature:
REV. WHITEFOORD SMITII, D.D., Prorssisr
WARREN DU PRE, A. M., Professor Nstsrsl
JAS. H. CARLISLE, A. M., Professor Halbs
REV. A. H. LESTER, A. M., Professor Sliter/
and Biblical Literature.
The Preparatory Sctno), under the Immediate
supervision of tho Faculty, Joo. W. SHIPPr
A. ii., Principal.
Divinity School-Rev. A. M. Shipp, />. ->.
Rov. Whitefoord Smith, D. D. ; Rer. A. fl
Lester, A. ?Vt. '
The first Session of the Sixteenth Collei isis
Yenr begins on the first Monde/ in Ootobsfy
18A9, the second Session begins on the first Mon?
day in January, 1670.
Tho course of studies snd the standard of
scholarship remain unchanged, ba? the Paco) ty
now admit irregularstudents or those ?ho wlkl
to pursue particular stadias only.
The Schools also open at the same time.
Tuition per year, in College Classes, Includief
contingent fee, $54 In Specie, or Its equivalent!*
Tuition per yenr, in Preparatory School, inclut
ing contingent fee, $44 in currency.
Rills payable ono half in advanoe. Board, f*
Month, from $10 to $15 in currency.
For further particulars address
A. M. SHIPP, Presides!.
May 10_ ?JL
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