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There to a .kana la leady hom
That toaehea Natara*! deep j
Taara to a thara la solitude
Whoa all the world's asta*?.
Or, far away la regJoa wild.
Wim -ii-* aura aaa tra!
Ta? baan U*ra tods eompeafoaehlp
Wita Natara aa? a Uh Q od.
Tba baby a? aa aa of eeUve Ufa
8a kara the ?lad employed
That aay hely bcart-destre
. Ie a till with ela alloyed.
Aloa?, ?pea the eeeaa deep,
Whet* wind ead wara obey,
One Mighty volee from Oed oa high,
Oh, thew's a place te pray.
Ob, ra? of man, now doomed U wear
A bordan to thc grave I
Ob, epUit trae, that seeks te be
Para, holy, high and brave i
Go forth, away from haunts af mirth,
Fron revela wild ead high,
Away fro? transient earthly joye,
That ever leave a sigh I
Go forth aloes, as Adam weat,
Ai Jens weat Himself I
For'ito la soil tods that thea
May'st learn to haow thyself.
Florae Natara straggles to be free,
Bat etlll mast abs the rod
And meekly bow as Joses did,
And Natara te lu God.
t. ass ? ~
- That ia the beat dress whieh goes
moat up and down the house.
- Every man cnn tame a shrew but
be who hath her.
-- Every man can please a fault
finding husband but abe that ia bleat
with hie growling*.
- Retrace your steps when yon have
done wrong ; it fe nobler to retract than
sustain a bad oause.
- He who would thrive must ask
leave of hie wife ; yet some impractica?
bles fail with that.
- We are nover so near great changes
as when we feel ourselves comfortably
settled for life.
- It is oars to sow and dig-it is
God's to give tho sunshine and aend
the rain ; thus comes the harvest.
The moaning of the tied-a husband's
An unpleasant sort of arithmetic
division among families.
Strive to do right because it is right ;
shun the wroug beoause it is wrong.
An exchange is not far from right in
Baying that a sour-faced wife often helps
the liquor trade.
Somo married men go out liko can?
dles, leaving their wives in the dark
aa to where they spend their evenings.
The lack of faith in the efficacy of
the gospel is as destructive to holiness
of heart as it is to peace of mind.
While a mother waa brooding over
her poverty, hor little son said : "Mam?
ma, I think Qod hears wheo we scrape
the bottom of the barrel 1"
If men were as oareful of the
rights of God as they are of their own,
stealing from Him would look as black
as dooa stealing from one another.
A man reoently attompted to hide a
quart ol poor whiskey at a standing -
His wifo has been appointed administra?
trix on bis estate.
-r-An observer of human nature re?
ports tbat bo hos seen some people pos?
sessing the peculiarity of three bauds
a right hand, a left hand, and a little
-Among the articles announced for
sale at an auotion we perceive "a ma?
hogany child's ohair." The father of
thia wonderful infant must havo been
of the Wood family.
-A female amendment was lately
aeon ploughing her field near Atlanta,
with a big white man hitohed up in?
stead of a mule.
-Habit is a cable. We weave a
throed of it every day, and at last we
cannot break it.
-The most bashful girl ever heard
of was one who blushed when she was
asked if she bad not been courting
Politeness almost invariably requires
a gontloman to agree with a lady, but
when sho speaks of the great beauty of
some other lady it is always safe for tho
gentleman to say there are other styles
of fomale loviness that he admires much
A young lady being told by a friend
that silk dresses wero very much worn,
replied that she knew it, for hers had
two or threo holes in it.
The young man who was "lonely since
his mother died" is all right now. His
father married the "head" of a large
?>arty of girls, and they keep house
or bim, and give a party nearly every
An Irishman that was very near
Bighted, about to fight a duel, insisted
that he should stand six paces noarer
his antagonist than the other did to
It is undeniable,, said Prentice, that
in America it tates -threo to mako a
couple, he, she, and a hired girl. Had
Adam been a modem, there would havo
been a hired girl in Paradiso to look
after little Ablo, and to "raise Cain."
"I rooant to have told you of that
bolo," said a man to his friend, who
Stumbled into a pit full of water.
"No matter now-no matter now,"
said, tho other, blowing the water out of
his mouth, "I've found it out."
A young man waa arrested in New
Jersey a few days ago for deserting his
wife. When ho was brought before tho
judgo, he said "that ho had nothing
against his wife ox on pt that he thought
ene spent too much money for candy
-A negro baby has been born in
Kentucky with ten ftngures on oach
band, and every man who has a ben
roost io that neighborhood intends to
emigrate just as soon as evor that frood
man arri vos at years of discretion.
--"The faot ia," said an elderly wife,
"a man does not know how to atraighten
up thing?. He docs not know where to
oororaenoo. I don't wonder," the con?
tinued, "that when Qod made Adara he
went right to work sod made a woman
to tell him what to do."
?i BPI? *?< *? y**1*
Sute pruon for stealing a ?OHM. -;
"Serre him right: why didn't he boy
one, nod not pey tor it, like nay other
That wu a triumphant appeal ?f an
Irishman, a lover of antiquity, who, in
urging the superiority of the old archi?
tecture over the new, said : "Where
will yon find any modern building that
has lasted so long aa the aoeient ?"
And it ie not anon a bull as it looks.
-Don Piatt announces the deoeeae
of the Republican party. He says the
partnership heretofore subsisting be?
tween the honeat men of it (the free?
traders) and the rogues (the protection?
iota) ia dissolved. Ho writes ita epi?
taph also. He add? that the business
will be continued by Dr. Greeley,
"whose specialty ia breeoh presenta?
Lost wealth may be restored by in?
dustry, the wreek of health regained by
temperance; forgotten knowledge rc-?
stored by study ; alienated friendship
soothed into forgetfulness; even for?
feited reputation won by patience and
virtue, but who ever again looked upon
his vanished hours, recalled his slighted
years, stamped them with wisdom, or
effaced from heaven's record tho tearful
blot of wasted lime ?
Love in the Indian language ia
"SOOIMLENDAMOWITOHEWAGIN." It 18
so severe an undertaking to tell a squaw
that you love her, under these circum?
stances, that the amorous Indian does
not attempt it. He facilitates his ma?
trimonial enterprise with the simple
logio of a dub, wherewith be knocks
the queen A his affections on the head.
A young married couple in a Wis?
consin town lately bogan housekeeping,
and the first purchases of the head of
the family at the village grocery were .
five cents' worth of soda, five cents'
worth of salt, two oenta' worth of pcp-,
per, one cents' worth of oho wing gum,
and twelve cents' of soap. The bill
amounted to twenty five cents, which
was paid by the yoong Benediot in speoie
and as ho left the store he remarked to
the clerk that "keeping house is cheap?
er than boardiug."
Lady [to mother.] "And what can your
daughter do ?"
Mother. "Oh 1 my girls' very learn
e 1 for a servant. Sho can play?n the
oonoortiba and read novels to you all
Lady. "Ah 1 but that is not what
I want. I'm afraid she won't suit
Mother [as a clinoher.] "Well who?
ever takes ncr will havo to take me
too, as we couldn't a-bear to be sepa?
J. E. SITARES,
HAS ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OP FUR?
NITURE, for less than oan be obtained in any
Southern merket, sering both freight and risk of
breakage by Railroad. With experience in this
braneb.of business in the City of C liarles ton, for
I twenty-five years, and having the advantages of
tho best Manufacturen", he is offering first class
work of which every nrtiolo sold is warranted.
The stook consists of
Sofas, Sido Hoards. Book Oases, Wardrobes
Washstand?, Bureaus, Cottage Setts, Whatnots
Extension Tables *
Muhogany,Caneand Wood Seat RockingCbalrs
Mahogany, Cane and Wood Seat Setting Chairs
Trundle Bedsteads and Cottage Bedsteads
Every style Looking Qlassos and Mattrasse*.
FIVE HUNDRED PAIR WINDOW SHADES
I Just reoeived, together with a lot of WALL PA?
PER AND BORDERING.
Main Street, opposite Express Office,
J. E. Suares,
J* D. GRi?tlGr,
AND DEALER IN
JJESPECTFULLY INFORMS HIS friends
and patrons that he is now prepared to furnish
of the difTVront STYLES and PATTERNS now
in M so. He has now on band a supply of
BED ROOM AND COTTAGE SETS,
CANE AND WOOD SEAT CHAIRS,
SAMPLE PLATES front the best Manufactu
rors of Boston and Now York-will be shown to
purchasers and any styles prefo:rod, not on
hand, will be ordered for accommodation of pat?
rons-nil of v?hich will bo sold at prices to suit
FURNITURE mado to order, tn any style and
at short notice.
Mnnufncti-ring, Repairing and Upholstery
dono promptly, and in a neut and workmanlike
Chairs rosoalod with oane and mado a? good as
Pioturo Frames of all sizes, Rose Wood, Gilt,
and plain moulJings, made to order, and Looking
Glasses set in franjo-, and for sale.
FUNERALS promptly attsndod to In Town
or Country, and Mernilla, Mahogany, Walnut,
or Common Coffins, fornished os required, at
SILVER PLATED WARE,
CASTERS, NEW PATTERNS,
BUTTER DISniS, GOBLETS, CUPS,
GALL BELLS end various articles for
March 23 0. T. MASON.
John F. Taylor & Co.
SUCCESSORS TO CAMBRON * CO.
Engineers, Boiler-Makers, Ac.,
Not.4, 6, 8,10 & 12 PRITCHARDS^
(NEAB, THB DRY DOCK),
CHARLESTON, SO. CA*
Steam Engines and Boilers,
MAKINS, STATIONARY A PORTABLB
Bice 'freshers, und Mills of
Shafting Pullies and Gearing.
Iron Fronte 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 aro put on all of our Engines.
April 20_ lm
SPRING AND S?MMEP,
Th? Variety of HATS, ftc, at STEELE'S "HAT
HALL" col ip so? anything yet offered in thia
t&* TUEN THE PRICES ! -?a
Men's Wide and Narrow Panamas, $1.50 to $2.50
Extra Wide Straw Hate, for Fishing, 25o. 60o. to
Gent's "Nobby" and "Nattie" Dress Straws,
$1 00 to $2 00
Tooth's Leghorn Straws. 25o., 60c, $1 to $1.50.
Ladies' and Misses' Booda. 15o. to 26o.
Plantation Straws, by the doson, $1.50 to $3.
First quality Silk Dearer (new) $5.
Professional 8tiff Black Bat $2 to $4. .
Men's and Boy's Soft Felt Hats 50o., $1 to $4.
GINGHAM UMBRELLA8, 75c, $1, $2, $3.
ALPACAS, FINE, " $4, $4.60, $5.
SILK, ? " $7 to $0.
I am agent for the
STORM KING- UMBRELLA!
Wbloh will not tarn wrong side out in a gale.
I am agent for the
"Burglar-proof Lock Umbrella."
BAMBOO, TONQUIN, GRAPEVINE,
ASBETOS, HICKORY, MALACCA,
AND OTHER CANES,
With Ivory, Bone, and Various Mountings.
Canes for Men, 25c, 50c. 75c. to Fanoy, $2.
Children's Little Summer Canes, 25o.
REMEMBER OUR WIDE RIM PANAMAS I
STEEL'S HAT HALL,
NO. 313 KING STREET,
Charleston, S. 0.
SIGN OF THE BIG HAT.
Fine Watches, Clocks.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE.
SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES, FANCY ?GOODS,
NO. 307 KING-ST., CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry Repaired.
April 20 _6m
HENRY BISCHOFF & CO.
WHOLE SA LE GROCERS
AND DEALERS IN
Wines. Liquors, Segars,
197 EAST BAY,
Charleston, S. C.
H. BISCHOFF, C. WULBERN, J. H. PIEPER.
B ANIEL H. SUC?X,
175, 177 Sc 170 KINO 8V.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
t6r* Goods carefully packed.
April 20 _ _ tljao.
PAVILION HO TIL
CHARLESTON, S. C.
BOARD. PER DAY, $3.00.
HOBT. HAMILTON, HRS. B. t. DUI TER PIE LR,
On tho Cor. of SUMTER and CANAt-STS.
Where all kinds of Work in the Blacksmithing
Line will be finished In a workmanlike manner,
and at tho shortest possible notioe.
The undersigned feels oonfldeni, f/om a aenso
of bis experience, (in the business for tho last
thirty years) that ho can gire satlsfaotlon, both
In prices and in the exeoution of all work en?
W. 0. 8TANSTLL.
AND WEDDING OABD8,
Agents-BRODIE * CO.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
March $. ly
No. 814 KINO STREET, CORNER SOCIETY.
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
LA CAROLINA, per thou?.nd.$20 00
La Carolina, No. 1, por thonaand.2 J 00
La Carona do B.pana, par thousand...26 00
Bl Bouquet, per thonaand.*.80 00
La Candour, (.mall cigars,) per thonaand...86 00
Partagoa, (Havana Seed,) per thonaand.40 00
H. Upcaann, (Havana,) per tboniaod.60 00
Figaro. (Genuine Havana,) per thousand...?6 00
Jenny Lind, (Genuine Havana,) pr. th'd. 80 00
As ail these Cigars oro made ander m; eapeoial
caro and supervision, I oan warrant that all will
smoke well and gire satisfaction at the prleoa.
i M TORT RD cutana or DirraaaitT ORADKS.
LBAF TOBACCO FOR MANUFACTURERS.
I have a large and well assorted s took of Do?
mestie and imported Leaf Tobacco, such aa Con?
necticut, Pennsylvania and Ohio Wrappere and
Filling at all pricos. Alco, Havana, from filling
at $1 20 upwards to wrappers (Prime) at $2 60
NEW CIGAR BOXES
For Cigar Manufacturers, with labels ready for
ILK RIBBONS VOR CIGARS AT ALI. PRIORS.
I.A.RUE STOCK OY SMOKING AND CHEW1NO
TOBACCO AND PIPES.
Merohants and consumers aro respectfully so?
il o i ted to oall beforepurohasiog elsewhere. Sat?
All orders from the eountry will be promptly
ezeouted. JULIUS MADSEN.
Ph. SCHUG KM ANN,
271 KING STREET,
(OPPOSITE II ASE L BT.,)
IMPORTER AND DBALBR IN
BERLIN ZEPHYR WORSTED, KNITTING
WOOL, EMBROIDERY- PATTERNS,
FLOSS SILK, EMBROIDERY
SILK, KNITTING AND
KNITTED WORSTED GOODS,
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. BUTTONS
VELVETS, FRINGES, AC.
All orders by mail will be most oarofully
attended to, and dealers will be suppliod at New
York wholosale prices.
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 &C
220 King Street, 2 doora above Market,
236 KINU-ST. CHARLESTON, S. C.
KEEPS a Large and Full Assortment of Par?
lor and Chamber FU RNITURE, Heda toads,
Bedding, Chairs, Tables, Ae., Ac, whloh he con?
tinuos to Sell at his usually
Every Artioto warranted as represented and
Goods oarofully packed for shipping.
Order, aooomponlod by the Monoy or draft on
a footor, will obtain goods at the Lowest Rates
they can be bought.
C. A. LEMONICK. COAS. FOBTBR
ED. EMBRIOK SBLL.
Lengnick, Sell & Foster,
27 Hayne Street,
CHARLESTON, S? G.
IMPORTERS ANO JOBBERS OF
LADIE'S TRIMMED HATS,
MILLINERY GOODS .
MRSTM. J. BOOTH,
KINO S TR ? ET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
HAS rooently received and oponod an assort?
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES OF
t6T Ladies visiting Charleston, aro
invited to call and examine lier select?
ions, embracing all tho novelties of tho
April 20 _ 8m
Ei pao Jal ly designed for the use of the Medical
Profession and the Family, po?M.trng tho,*in?
trinsic medicinal propertlei whloh bolong to an
Old and Pure Gin.
Indispensable to Females. Good for Kidney
Complaints. A deliolous Tonio. Put np la
oatos, containing one dosen bolitas eaob, and
sold by all drogglf ts, grocers, Ac
A. M. BININGRR A CO.,
Established lil?, No. 16 Boaver St., N. Y.
June 28 ly
Old Carolina Bitters.
-? ?. - #
A DeUgittfal Tonto?
WE TA KB O Bl AT PLBA8URB Bf O?
* FEEING TUB
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS
to th? publl?. Thoy ax? compounded with groot
aa ra, and oontaln ?orno of th? baal Tonlaa la the
Phnrtsaeopla. Aa evidenoeof tho suporioritv of
oar BITTERS over all others, wa har? eortifl
aataa fron many of the leading physician* In oar
Bute, who bare pretorlbod them la their proa*
The Old Carolina Bitters
Will be found loy (doable for
WANT OF APPETITS, G BN BRA L DEBIL?
ITY, CHILLS AND FEYER* AND DYS?
Wo do oot offer oar BITTERS aa a oura for all
di tea sea, bot aa an Aromatic Tonio, they hara no
For sale by Druggist and Grocer? everywhere.
Principal Depot, *
Goodrich, Wineman & Co.,
CHOICE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Feb lo-ly_ Charleston, S. C.
The Best Tonie Ever invented.
Recommended by tbe best Physicians|
in the country for the cure of
Diseases of the Liver and!
Loss of Appetite,
And General Debility.
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
It is a sure PREVENTIVE OF CHILLS AND
FEVER, and is a GREAT STRENGTHENER
IT EX IIILER AT ES WITHOUT BEING
FOLLOWED BT DEPRESSION, and on that
aecount is the best beverage.
IT IS A MOST DELIGHTFUL CORDIAL
The most delegate Females take it.
NO FAMILY SHOULD BB WITHOUT IT. j
Sold by the Principal Druggists and!
P. P. TOALE,
CHARLESTON, a C.
?Largest and most complete')
Manufactory of Doors, Sashes, f
Blinds, Moulding?, Aq., In the f
Southern State?. )
?&-Printed Pri?e Li?t Dorios Comp?tition.'
S3aT* 8end for one -ffc^
J?r* Sent Free on Application.
April S ly
B. JOHNSON & CO.
301 KING STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
AFULL assortment of UMBRELLAS AND!
PARASOLS, alway? on band, better and]
oheaper than any imported.
Wholesale & B?tail.
A large assortment of WALKING CANES
We pay espeoial attentloa I ? tho manafaeture |
?f BU6G7 UMBRELLAS,
whtoh we oan furnish as low a? any house North I
and of a better quality for the PRICE.
PHOTO? R A PUS,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
JESSE If. BOLLES9
FINE ART GALLERY, NORTH-EAST CORNER|
King and. market Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
In Oil, Waler, and Bastei Colors,]
Taken in tho
niCiflBST l'KKFEOTtONIOF ART,
OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES
GEORGE S. COOK,
Photographic Artist, |
281 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Jtzr- ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF
GOOD Work done at this Gallery, and Warrant
sdjto BXOBL. _April 30-6m
(U NC OM ro R TA t? L E J
_ ~m musses ytpc* y
COMFORT AND OURS FOR TBS RUP*
TURED-Sent post paid on receipt of 10
st?. Addrosa Dr. E. B. FOOTE (Author of Med
leal Cooumon Sense,) No. 120 Lexington Avenuo,
Now York. _
AWAY WITH SPECTACLES. Old eye?
made new, easily, without doctor or modi.
sine?. Sent post paid on receipt of IS cents.
Address Dr. E. B. FOOTS, ISO Lexington Aven
aa, Now York._
TTINTS TO THE 0HILDLBS8 ?oat free
XX reoolpt of one letter ?tama. Addia?? Di
B.T?. FOOTS, HO Lexington A pane, N. YT
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 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 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.,
F.r Ml. by
SUMTER, S. a
April 0 8m
OHAS. H. MOISE
V & UM TEL
[JVERP?bL AND LONDON
Capital, Surplus and Reserved Funds,
tn Gold, $18,400,000.
Eighteen Million sud'Four lluudrod
Thousand Dollars-IN GOLD.
[oTested in the United States, Two Mil?
lions or Dollars. ?2,000,000.
Risks in*Sumter, taken at Charleston
Residences in the Country Insur- \
ed at LOW Hates.
Losses paid promptly in Charles?
On the payment of Ten Years
premiums in CASH, a perpet?
ual policy will be issued.
THOSE TWO STAUNCH CO:
AND "ARLINGTON" HA
THE ABOVE NAME, A
SHORT TIME OP
Eight Thousand Ins
and Assets of ove:
a Half of 23
ATTAINING TO A POSITION
Life I usura nc
never before reache
Rights of Policy Holders in both
. will remain unchanged,
New and advantageous
Company, will be allowee
with the new ones.
T/tere are Branch OJficcs in each t
invested, and not takei
Branch Offleo in this
LEAPHART, JEFFERSON AND
J. S. HUGHSOl
Capt. A. A. Gilbert, Capt. E. W,
The undersigned have recontly publlnhed a
series of NEW PICTORIAL READERS AND |
SPELLERS, adapted to tho tastos of both sexes
in the family as ?roll as the school room. They
have been prepared by the Rev. Prof. J. ll
REYNOLDS, D. D., of the South Caroltna ?
University. The sorios consists of six volumes.
Reynold's New Pictorial Speller,.15c.
Roy m>l<i'8 New Piotoriat Primary Reader,.25c.
Reynold's New Pictorial First Reader,.40o.
Reynold's Now Pictorial Seoond Reader,.60c.
l-eynold's Now Pictorial Third Reader,.80o.
Reynold's Now Fourth Reader,.,$1.2?o.
SCUOOL HISTORY OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Told in a familiar style. Ky Professor JAMBS
WOOD DAVIDSON, A. M. Price 00 cents.
Prof. REYNOLDS' WRITING BOOKS, in a
series of numbers-20 cents eaeh.
A SCHOOL REGISTER to last six months,
A TABLE BOOK for young children,-50c.
The above publications are being extensively
need in this State, North Carolina, and Qoorgia,
and we are encouraged to go on and publish a
whole series of School Books in all departments.
Duffie & Chapman,
Publishers and Booksellers,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Also for sale at the SUMTER BOOK STORE.
April 20 6m
Fever and Ague
Alway* Stope Use Chilla.
This Medicine has been before tho Pub
lio fifteen years, and is still ahead of all
other known remedios. It doo? not purge,
does not sicken the stomach, is perfectly
safe in any dose and under all oiroum
stanoes, and ia tho only Medicino that will
and permanently every form of Fever
and Ague, because it is a perfect Antl
Uoto to malarias..
Sold by all Druggist*.
I. H. ALEXANDER,
BROAD STREBT, CAMDEN, 8. C
Bvery description of work assented with
Eromptnoss, and ia tba most approved and dora,
le style. Sets of Teeth furnished- a? very mod
Gen. J. B. Kershaw, Camdon, S. C.
T. Baroeh, M. P.. ? <.
L. H. Deas, " ?
J. M. Davis, Esq., " ?
Jan 5 Om
O El ?
, Insurance Agent,
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO,
Th!? Company having complied with
tb? provisions Of the rooont "Bond De?
posit" Act, is prepared to issue'
Life or Endowment Fol?eles,
ON TUB MOST FAVORABLE TBSJIft,
Thirteen Wiltons of Dollars
in As?ete, perfeot security is guaranteed
to the insurod ; while ita immense ind
j constantly increasing income enables it
te deelare liberal dividends. Thus a
Polioy In thia Company ia steadily ii?
creasing in value, at a cost which de?
creases with every annual payment.
CHAS. H. MOISE,
?Sumter, 8. C.
MP A NIES, THE PIEDMONT
VE COMBINED UNDER
ND PRESENT, IN THE
TWO YEARS, A
iurers and a Capital
r One Million and
ND IMPORTANCE AMONG
d ia so short a time.
the "Piedmont" and "Arlington"
and the same as before.
3 features in the new
1 the old Insurers co-equal ' ?
State, where funds accruing are
ri beyond State limits.
) State at Columbia,
ff, Agent, Sumter, S. C.
, Moise, Capt. Joo. S. Richardson
SPA HTA N mJItG C. H.,
REV. A. M. 8HIPP, O. D., President sso
Professor Mental and Moral Science.
DAVID DUNCAN, A. M., Professor Andes!
Languages and Literatare.
REV. WHITEFOORD SMITH, p. J>., Profus?
English Literature. ,
WARREN DU PRE, A. M., Professor Natural
JA8. II. CARLISLE, A. M., Professor Mslhe
REV. A. H. LESTER, A. M., Professor History
and Biblical Literature.
The Preparatory Sohool, under tho Imm?diats
supervision of tho Faculty, Joo. W. SHIPP?
A. H., Principal. _ _
Divinity Sehool-Rov. A. M. Sbipp, D. ?
Rev. Whitefoord Smith, D. D. ; Her. A. B
Lester, A. M. , _ " .
The first Session of the Sixtoenth Collegiate
Year begins on the first 'Monday in October,
18"0, the seoond Session boglos on the first Mon?
day In January, 1870. .
The coarse of atadles and the ??andar* or
scholarship remain unchanged, bat the
now admit irrogularstudents or those who maa.
to pursue particalar studies only.
The Sohools also open at the samo time.
Tuition per year, in Colloge Classes, Ineludinf
contingent fee, $54 In 8pecle, or lis ?quivalent la
"Tuition por year, in Preparatory Sohool, Indus
in? contingent fee, $44 in currenoy.
Bills payable one half in advance. Board, pe
Month, from $10 to $16 in currency.
For further ?articulara address
A. M. SIIIPP, President
For Tistiawkk, m "lmi?* Aka?' Ut b_ Jtt\|
FOR SA-g BV ALL. PRUOOIST9.
CLEMENTS & Cg^
GEO. Z. FRENCH.
EBAL ESTATE ??B??
TITILL PUDLI8H, Ans**J&J&tf*\
W Disulbotlon, a Catalogas of MgEtfjfc
SALE IN NORTH AND S?OTH JARObi?
Send la a description and V*"*j?g
fes> No oharjre unless a ?al? li .*????.