mW*K>*QV TBAINIlt. O* VIO
" TOM IA.
The Protesta ot Church mao priotatho
subjoined facti and reflections in rofer
- MM to the religious training and life
of Queen Victoria :
To the teachings of a good ?other,
victoria owes all ber greatness and all
* oar goodness ; and it baa often been
recorded bow the last moments of the
Doe hes? of Kent were cheered by the
success Of ber uoral and religious
training of Viotoria, reooguited and
revered throughout the domains of Brit?
ain, and wherever the English name is
known or ita language spoken.
At eighteen Victoria was Queen, aod
swayed a scepter over a domain "on
which the sun never ?et?," over a peo?
ple "whose drum-beat enoiroles the
?dobo." There is something deeply re*
igtons io the manner io which she re
oeivcd the news of the death of William
-the Pourth. The Archbishop of Can?
terbury sought au interview, in the
night, with the Princess, to inform her
of her inheritance of the crown. Says
the account from wbiob we quote : "She
hastily attired hersolf, and met the veo
?rable prolate in the ante room. He in.
formed her of the demise of the Crown,
and did homage lo her as the sovereign
of the nation. She was deeply agitatod.
The first words she uttered were these :
MI qsk your prayers in my behalf."
They knelt down together, and the
?rouog sovereign inaugurated her reign
ike a young king of Israel by asking
from on high "an understanding heart
to judge so groat a people, who could
not be numbered, nor counted, for the
multitude." Many will remember the
reply when the African prince sent to
her an embassage, with costly presents,
and asked her iu return the secret ot
England's greatness, how truly Chris?
tian was the response, when, handing
the ambassador a beautifully bound oopy
of the Bible, she said : "Tell the Prince
that this is the secret ol England's
Her Christian spirit has ever been
untainted with exclusiveness or bigotry.
Though the temporal head of the
Church, and bound to it in almost bands
of iron, by the language of her regal
oath her mind has ever boon free from
narrowness in religious views. She bas
always been emphatically a Low Churoh
woman. Such bas always been her con
duot in tho management of her family.
The monthly nurse of hor household,
and no one will doubt that she was fre?
quently needed, was a member of the
Baptist Churoh. A Wesleyan (think of
that ye Highohurchmen !) was the wot
nurse of her last born obild ; nor has
any proof been yet adduced that the
ohild was iu any way tainted with infi?
delity, or laoking in Christian character.
The tutor or instructor, to one at least
of her sons, was a Nonconformist. All
the heads of the departments about the
Queen were pious people. " Every
ohild that was born in the royal family
was born amid many prayers. The
Eious members of thc household assem
led themselves together, and continued
praying for the Queen until the ohild
was born, when they gave God thanks "
It is tho knowledge of such facts in
the life of Viotoria that has mado her
name respected and revered ; not be?
cause she was a queen but because she
was a liberal miuded Christian ; and a
virtuous and thoroughly good woman ;
nor when the above truths are known,
will any one wonder at bor being op?
posed to the exclusivo and narrow
minded views of the Higbohuroh party,
and decidedly averse to the conversion
of the Churoh of England into a mili?
THE TRAINING *OF YOUTH.
Youth, trained up in good principles
and acting in accordance with them, is
an element of strength, wherever it is
fouud-whether in quiet oountry, or
the secluded village, or tho bustling
city. There is not an operative in our
faetones, however young, whose good
oouduet has not au influence, however
little it may be, upon others; there is
not an errand boy in our warehouses'
whoso integrity does not rendor a service
to tho establishment in which he is en?
gaged, and couduoe, in however trifling
a degree, to promote the well being of
society; thero is not a youth that deals
out the smallest wares behind thc coun?
ter whoso attention and propriety of
demeanor do not contribute to satisfac?
tion and order; there is not nn appren?
tice to the humblest trade, who may
not, according to his station, promote,
in some measure, the permancut pros?
perity of a people. And then trace the
well, trained, well-conducted boy or girl
to manhood or womanhood, and view
such a ono as thc father or mother of a
family-as the manager of some com.
merdai establishment-as tho mill
owner, perhaps-as placed in any
position of authority-you will admit
at once that there is before you an
element of national strength ; and you
will percicve'how it is only from a
combination of good influences, emana
ting from individual centres, that the
foundations of a poople's soourity are
octnented and consolidated.- School
Sermons, hy Robert Lamb, M. A.
GUNS AND PISTOLS
J^E PAIRED^BY AN EXPERIENCED
WORKMEN, If leR nt
C. T. MASON'S Jewelry Store.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Opposite J. T. SOLOMONS,
Sumter, So. Oa.
Pet> 1*1_. tfoot.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
SUMTER, S. C.
Kir WILL PRACTICE in all tho
C..urtu of thu Third Judicial Circuit, also. In tb?
Supreme Court ni Chiirlestutt and Columbia.
Mn/ be ooiieu!te>l ut pre,o.il at "Suinter Walsh
saan" Ortie e.
IIB?IIII l<ills\e-i?lf'llllllil Mill .
--AND ? J'
HAS ON HAND A LARGE STOCK Of FUR?
NITURE, for leen than M1.M oVulned In ?ny
Southern market, laving bolb freight and risk of
breakage by Railroad. With ea parlance In thia !
branoh of business In the City of Charleston, for !
twenty Ave year?, and having tba advantage* of
the beat Manufacturera, ha ia offering fl rat ol au
work of which ?very ? niola told la warranted.
The stock oonalata of
Sola?, Sida Board?. Book Oases, Wardrobe?
Washstands, Bureaus, Cottage Setts, Whatnots
Mahogany, Cane and Wood Seat Rooking Chaira
Mahogany, Cane and Wood Seat Setting Chaira
Trundle Bedetoads and Cottage Bedsteads
Every ?tyla Looking Glaseo? and Mat tra sae*.
FIVE HUNDRED PAIR WINDOW SHADES
iuat received, together with a lot of WALL PA
'ER AND BORDERING.
Muta Street, opposite Express Office,
J. E. Suares,
J* D? G?VAI&,
AND. DEALER IN
J^ESPECTFULLY INFORMS HIS friends [ |
and patrons that he ia now prepared to famish
them with 1 !
of tho different STYLES and PATTERNS now
in uso. He has now on hand a supply of
BED ROOM AND COTTAGE SETS,
CANE AND WOOD SEAT CHAIRS,
8AMPLE PLATES from tho best Manufaotu
rers of Borton and New York-will be shown to
purchasers and any styles preferred, not on
band, will be ordered for accommodation of pat?
rons-all of * hieb, will bo sold at prices to ault \
FURNITURE made to order, In any style and
at short notice.
Manufacturing, Repairing and Upholstery
done promptly, and in a neat and workmanlike
Chairs reseated with cnn* and made as good as
Pioture Frames of alt aizos, Rose Wood, Gilt,
and plain mouldings, made tn order, and Looking
QI sates sot in frame*, and for sale.
FUNERALS promptly attended to in Town
Dr Country, and Metallio, Mahogany, Walnut, I <
or: Common Coffins, furuished os required, at
Dec 8_ _
Ce T. MASON
SUMTER, S? C.
Has just received and keeps always OB hand
few and Boaiitiful Stylos of
JEWELRY, EYEGLASSES, &C.
VATCJIES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY RE
PAIRED WITH DISPATCH.
O. F. HOYT.
yr^OULD respectfully inform his friends
nd tho pul/tlcof Sumter, and adjoining oounilcs,
iat he hat recently rocoivod a oholce selco
LADIES' AND GENTLE M ENS?
E WELBY, SILVERWARE
SPECTACLES, &c, &c,
His atook ombracot nil ?the latost stylet, and
III bo told at rentonablo ratos.
lt. Joseph's Academy.
CONDUCTED BV TUB
Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy,
SUMTER, S. O.
THE Collegiate Exorcises of this
Pirat Clnts Institute, will be resumed
[on the Itt of Septembor. A prompt
'attendance ls requested io order to
facilitate the progross and arrange
ont of the olasies. The new buildings aro
?clout and elogantly finlthod, furnishing au*
inmodationi fur one hundred boarders. The
tensiva crr<n|f>>|s and plasr.as aro ample for open
r exercise, mid young ladles are thoroughly
struotod in English Mathematica, Kronen, Ita
t?vMuelo, Drawing,Painting, Aa., Aa. Looatlon
allaor, air pure, wa'or good, and terra? reason
la. For .fart (culara apply to the Superioress of j
. Joseph's Aoattemy, Sumtor, or to tba Supe*
>res?of th* Sistova of Mercy, Charleston, who
ill endeavor to must tho pressure oi tho tinaos.
Nev, J O.
ILVEB PLATED WARE,
OAST HHS, NEW PAT TER XS,
BUTTER DISHES, O0BLET8, CUPS,
Ct LL uni,LS end various articles for
Rf DAL PRESENTS.
0. T. MASON.
ir.>i..STi?IM?^i-hia>*?aal??a?ttlia>a1 illili II I
John F. Taylor & Co.
rao?BSi9Es xt? ?*jU?4?ir * CO. .
Noa. 4, 6, 8, 10 A 12 PRlTOHABD St.
(NEAR THK DRY-DOCK),
CHARLESTON, SO. CA?
Steam Engines anfl Boilers.
. MARINE, STATIONARY A PORTABLE
Rice Treahers, and Millk of |
every description. L
Shafting Pullies and Grearing.
Iron Fronts for, Buildings,
Castings of every kind
in Iron or Brass.
We guarantee to furnish Engines
and Boilers of as good qual?
ity and power, and at
as low rates as can
be had in
New York, Baltimore or Phila?
JUDSON'S CELEBRATED GOV?
ERNOR AND STOP VALVE,
wliioh are put on all of our Engines.
April 20_i_ lat
SPRING AND SUMMER
A xxjek.*x*&m Mk
Che Variety of HATS, Ac., at STEELE'S "HAT
HALL" eclipses anything yet offered in tbli
line. . .
WSy THEN THE PRICES 1 -?*
Men's Wide and Narrow Panama*, $1.50 to $3.50
Extra Wide Straw Hats, for Fiohi n ? 25e. 50o. to
dent's "Nobby" and "Nattle ,i Straws,
$1 00 to $2 00
louth's Leghorn Straws, 25e., 50c, $1 to $1.60.
Ladies' and Miases' Hoods, lee. to 25o.
Plantation Straws, by the doten, $1.60 to $3.
First quality Silk Beaver (new) $5.
Professional Stiff Black Hat $2 to $4.
Men's and Boy'a Soft Felt Hata 60c, $1 to $4.
3INGHAM UMBRELLAS, 76c, $1. $2, $3.
ALPACAS, FINE, " $4, $4.60, $6.
SILK, ? $7 to $9.
I am agent for the
3TORM KING UMBRELLA
Which will not turn wrong-side out in a gale.
I am agent for Ute
.Burglar-Proof Lock Umbrella."
3AMBOO, TONQUIN, GRAPEVINE,
\SIIBT08, HICKORY, MALACCA,
AND OTHER CANES,
rVlth Ivory, Bone, and Various Mountings.
Canes for Men, 26o., 60c. 75c. to Fanoy, $2.
Children's Little Summer Canes, 25o.
1EMEMBER OUR WIDE RIM PANAMAS !
STEEL'S HAT HALL,
NO. 313 KING STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
SIGN OF THE BIG HAT.
. .DEALER IN
Fine Watches, Clocks,
SILVER AND PLATED "WARE.
SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES, ?FANCY ?60008,
IO. 307 KING-ST., CHARLESTON, S. G
Watches, Clocks, nud Jewelry Repaired.
IENRY BISCHOFF & CO
AND DEALERS IN
.Vines, Liquors, Segars,
197 EAST BAY,
Charleston, S. C.
(.BISCHOFF, C. WULBERN, J; H. PIEPER.
mmEh H. SILCOCK,
ITS, 177 Sc ITO KINO ST.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ffcST* Good? carefully pacJced.
April 20_ _Ujam
April 20 0m
>AVIL?OH HOTS Xi
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
BOARD. PER DAY, 93.00.
>BT. ItSMILTON, HRS. B. L. B Ul TK BFIKI n,
On the Cor. of SUMTER and CANAL-ST3.
here all kind? af Work tn the Biaebsmltbtng
ne will be finished In a worbmanllke manner
d at tba shortest possible notice.
Tba undersigned feels confident, front a sense
bl? experience, (in the business for tb?last
Irty years) that hs san give satisfaction, both
pri?es and la tbs exoeutloa of all work en?
isled to bin.
W. 0. STAN8ILL.
April 2? tm
AND WBDD?NG OABDS,
Agonts-BRODIE * VO.;
Factor* and Commission Merchants,
CHARLESTON, 6. C.
March 30 ly
No. SU KIMO ST RB ET, CORNER SOCIETY.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LA CAROLINA, per thoasend.....$20 00
L? Carolina, No. 1, per thousand.22 00
La Carona do Espa?a, per thousand.2ft 00
Bl Bouquet, por thousand..............30 00
La Candour, (small cigars,) p?r thousand...36 00
Portages, (Havan? Seed,) per thousand.?0 00
M. Upmann, (Havana,) per thousand.50 00
Figaro. (Genuine Havana,) por thousand.,.Y6 00
Jenny Lind, (Genuine Havana) pr. tti'd. 80 00
As all these Cigars are made under my espeoial
care and supervision, T can warrant that all will
?moko well and give SHti-faoiion at the prices.
IMPORTED CIOAltS OF DtFFBRRNT O tPES.
LEAF TOBACCO FOR MANUFACTURERS.
I have a large and well assorted stuck of Do?
mestic and imported Leaf Tobacco, awn na Con?
necticut, Pennsylvania and Ohio Wriipp?r* nnd
Filling at all prices. Also, Havana, from filling
at $1 20 upwards to wrappers (Prim?) at $2 00
NEW CIGAR BOXES
For Cigar Manufacturers, with labels r?udy for
SILK RIBBONS FOR CIGARS AT ALL 1MUCES.
LArtQK STOCK OF SMOKING ANT) CHEWING}
TOBACCO AND PIPES.
Merchants and consumers nre respectfally so?
licited to oall before purohaslng olsowhcre. Sat
All orders from tho country will bu promptly
executed. JULIUS MADSEN.
Ph. S CHUG KM ANN,
271 KING STREET,
(OFPOSITB H ASEL BT.,)
mrOBTKR AMD D E A L K rt IN
BERLIN ZEPHYR WORSTED, KNIT . IN .
WOOL, EMBROIDERY PATTE il \ .
FLOSS SILK, EMBROIDERY
SILK, KNITTING AND
KNITTED WORSTED fluuDS,
x FRENCH CORSETS,
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. HUTTON?
VELVETS. FRIN ?ES. \ ,
JEEP* All orders hy mail will h . moni rtnolully
attended to, nnd dealers will b- su|t|ilio<i ul Kt?.w
York wholesale uriccs.
April 20 tw
F. VON S ANTEN,
IM PO RTF. ll OK
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 above Markot,
236 K1M?-ST. CHARLESTON, 8. C
KEEPS n Largo and Full Assortment i f Par
lor nnd Chamber Fl! KN ] TU Rt!, (leistend?,
Uedding, Chairs, Tables, Ac, Ac, which ho con?
tinue* to Soil nt lits usually
Every Artiolo warranted us ronronontod und
Qoods oarefully packod for blipping.
Order* acoompnnied by tho Money ?r dtafl on
I factor, wili obtnin goods at tho Lowest Hut.s
they, can be bought.
0. A. LSNONICK. CHAS FOPTKR
En. KUBRICK SKLL.
Lcngnick, Sell & Foster,
27 Hayne Street,
CHARLESTON, S* C.
IMPORTERS ANO JOBBERS 0/
LADIE S TRIMMED ll 71S,
?1RS. M. J. B O O Til.
KINO S THF JJ T,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
HAS recently roceivod atad opened un assort
SPRINO AND SUMMER STYLUS OF
Ladies visiting Charleston, av.
nvittid to call ati'l examine her ?<-)< et?
ona, embracing all thu novelties Ul I:
Eipecially designed for the use of the Medloal
rofeialon and tb* Family, possessing ?hos* lu
1aile mtdiolnal properties wbloh belong to an
ld ?nd Pare Gin.
Indispensable to Penal**. Good for Kidney
onplaint*. A dallolona Tonie, Put np In
IMI, containing uno doten hrttle? cnoU, and
lld by nil druggists, gme?'?, Ao.
A. ' . OlNlNnBK A CO ,
Established 177?, No. 15 Beaver St., N. Y.
Jun* 98 ly
Old Carolin Bitters.
A; l>eilglfctM Topic*
WB TAKE ORB AT PLEASURE IN OP
OtiD CAROLINA BITTERS
to tho pabilo.'* They aro corn pou oded with great
?are, and ooo tain ioma of the boat TOD toa tn the
Pharma?? pla. Aa avldeneo of tho a a peri ort ty of
our BITTERS over all otbert, we have certifi?
cates from many of the leading pbyatoiani In oar
State, ?ho hare prescribed them In their prac?
The Old Carolina Bitters
Will ba found invaluable for
WANT OP APPETITE, GENERAL DEBIL.
TTY, CHILLS AND FEVER' AND DYS?
We do not offer our BITTERS ns a euro for all
diaeasea, but as au Aromatio Tonic, they have no
Fair salo by Druggist and Grocer? every whore.
Goodrich, Wineman & Co,,
CHOICE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Feb 16-ly_Cbarlestou, 8. C.
The. Best Tonic Ever Invented.
Recommended by tho best Physicians
in the country for tho oorc of
Diseases of the Liver and
Loss of Appetite,
And General Debility.
IT HAS NO KQ.UAL.
Il ia a sure PREVENTIVE OF CHILLS AND
FEVER, and is a GREAT STRENGTHENER
IT EXIIILERATES WITHOUT BEING
FOLLOWED BY DEPRESSION, and on that
account is the best boverago.
TT IS A MOST DELIGHTFUL CORDIAL.
Tho moat dologate Fomales take it.
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT.
pU* Sold by tho Principal Druggists and
S?. P. TOALE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
1Largest and most complete "\
Manufactory of Doors, Bushes, /
Blinds, Mouldings, io., in the f
Southern States. )
?-?"Printed Price List Defies Competition.'O^
?SB? 8end for ono 13^
#$T~ Sent Froe on Application. *tfe^
April 6 ly
B. JOHNSON & CO.
301 KING STREET,
Charleston, S. C,
A FULL nasortuaont of UMBRELLAS AND I
rJL PARASOLS, always on band, bettor and)
ihuaper than nny imported.
Wholesale & Retail.
A largo assortment of WALKING CANES
We poy ospooial attention to the manufacturo I
f BUGGY UMBRELLAS,
vliieh wo can furnish at low ns any houte North j
ind of abettor quality for tho PRICE.
April 20_ fina.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
JESSE H* BOLLES9
INE ART GALLERY, NORTH-EAST CORNER |
Kins ?nd, Market St ree te,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
CROCE LAIN LIKENESS!
r? Oil, Water, and Pastel Colors,]
Taken in tho
ll mi HST PEHFBC TIONT OF A HT.
OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES.
GEORGE S. COOK,
281 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
,*W ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF
0?D Work done at this Gallery, and Warran t
I i? ftXOBL, _April 20-6m
"Y.MPOUT AND CURB FOR THH RUP
J I UHBD-Bent post paid on receipt of 10
a. Addreaa Dr. E. B. FOOTE (Author of Mod?
ul COK.mon Sente,) No. 120 Lexington Avenue,
? WAY WITH SPECTACLES. Old eyes
IL made new, eatlly, without dootov or medi?
?os. Sent noat paid on reeoipt of 10 cent*.
tdroaa Dr. li. B. FOOTE, 120 Lexington Aven
?, New York.___
IINTS TO TUB CHILDLESS tent freo on
receipt of ono letter stamp. Address Dr.
li. FOOTE, 120 Loxington Avenue, N, Y.
-V- ito..-. f^s ???. .
. * s ? S?. >?.>?. .
". . ?. i v'- i N . ?<Av>. ~ '?'
. V ' . t < . ? . ?1.?V;- .?I-f .
TONIO YET OFFERED.
Pleasant to the Taste, impart?
ing VIGOR and STRENGTH t<
the constitution. A thorough
Purifier of the Blood
a regulator of NERVOUS force
and a powerful sustainer o
Health, against the encroach
menta of disease.
' ? ? i.
? ." i
Dyspesia or Indigestioi
is speedily cured by the use c
this TONIO, also for Liver Dis
eases, Disorders of the Kidney
and loss* of Muscular Power. 3
will be found a specific, and as
Fever and Ague,
or a restorer of the natural pov
ers, when broken down by coi
tinued Ague attacks, it has r
equal. A curative for the ii
valid and preventive for the wc
that cannot be surpassed.
Females whose Const
have become NERVOUS ai
debilitated through sedenta
habits and close confinement
household and other domcsl
duties, will find this TON]
possessed of intrinsic virtu
able at all times to establisl
healthy standard and bestow
new lease of pristine heal
cheerfulness and alacrity
spirit so necessary to the hap
ness of woman.
The genuine is put up in
handsomely wrapped with
Manufactured only by the
207 FULTON SI
For anio by
I. A. M'KACrfiHf,
April e s
..?-S^'-^"?'.*:.?;. ' *<.iiaa x*?**^ ..;vu* s. . t<
? - ^ 'Aarp GI;OBB ? J -
. . ,i -. ..?.'.. V--. . . V- 'Lj ? '? '-rf
Capital, Surplus atad Reserved Fund*,
in Gold, . . lis?^OO,
v , i)if*V-S . jtifiVi jfi?ji<Jj i?'
Eighteen Million and Four HUDdred'
Thousatid Dollars-IN GOLD.
Invested in the United States?Two Mil-/
Hons of Dollars. ?2;000,000.
. \-\,, P. j ... . .;? ?' *;. ...*'**.'?.;
Risks in Sumter, taken ot Chai leaton j
Residences in the Country Insur-1
ed at LOW li?tes.
Losses paid promptly in Charles?
On the payment of Ten Yearej
premiums in CASH, a perpet?
ual policy will be issued.
.??t,?|t?l??'lll?j?<??*li?< . l<**M|<>.*. Ml ?? ll 11.Mw .?..?.
N?W YARU Uft INSURANCE ?
- This Oom pai>y having ootuptie?
! thei pToV?a?o?Voi tho Vec??t ?'Boai tv
posit" Act, ia prepared to issue I
Lisi or Eudow tuent Pal?eles,
OM THE MOST FAVORABLE TBRM?
Thirteen MiMioiis of Dolkn
in Assets, porfecttAecurity is guarant.^
to tho inaureii^rhSlo" tts iainieuM ^
s ?' . . v. .
constantly inoreasihg income eoibl?i
to declaro liberal dividends. Tho? i
Policy lo thia Company is steadily i&
creasing in verine, at a cost which de
oreaBCB with every annual payment
CHAS. H. MOISE,
. ' . ! . Sumter, ft e.
Feh ?3 - : ?
Piedmont a?a Arlington
LIFE INS?EAHCE COMPANY.
;.% ' ? .
THOSE TWO STAUNCH COMPANIES, THE PIEDMONT
AND "ARLINGTON" HAVE COMBINED UNDER
THE ABOYE NAME, AND PRESENT, IN THE
SHORT TIME OP TWO YEARS, A
LIST OF OVER ,
Bight Thousand Insurers and a Capital
. and Assets of over One Million and
a Half of B 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 tho "Piedmont" and ..Arlington"
will remain unchanged, and the same as before..
Now 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 fund* accruing art
invested, and not taken 'beyond Statt limits.
Branch Office in this State at Columbia,
I LEAPHART. JEFFERSON AND R ANSOM, Managers:
. J. S. HUGHSON, Agent, Sumter. S C.
1VKFKKKNCKS : .
i Capt. A. A. Gilbert, Capt. E. W. Moise, Capt. Jno. S. Richard?!
03t 6 .
The undersigned havo reconily published a
serie* of N HW PICTORIAL. READERS AND
spELLERS, adapted to tho tasten of both pex<sr
in the family ns woll as the school room. They
lui ve been preparen by tho Rev. Prof. J. L.
REYNOLDS, D. D., of the South Carolina
University. Tho serios consists of tuc voluuio.4.
Reynold's Now Pictorial Speller,... .16o.
Reynold's New Pictorial Primary Reader,. ...25c.
Reynold's New Pictorinl Flrit ltoadrr,.'..<t0e.
Reynold's New Pictorial Sucond (teador.60c.
i eynold's New Piotorlal Third Ueador.80c.
Reynold's New Fourth Reamur,.$1.26e.
SCHOOL HISTORY OF SOUTH CA ROLINA.
Told in a familiar style. I!y Professor JAMES
WOOD DAVIDSON, A. M. Price 90 cents.
Prof. REYNOLDS* WRITING ROOKS, lo a
serios of numbers-20 tonis onch.
A SCHOOL REGISTER lo last six months,
A TABLE BOOK for young childron,-50o.
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M sc J in this State, North Carolina, and Georgia,
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COLUMBIA, S. O.
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REFERENCES : .
flori. J. B. Kershaw, Camden, 8. 0.
T. BcrucL, M. D.. #i
L. H. Deas, ? "
J. M. Davia, Esq., ? "
Jan 5 Om
REV. A. M. SIIIPP, D. D., President lit
Profesor Alon lui and Moral 8<i. ace.
DAVID DUNCAN, A. M., Profeiior Anewm
Lunguagos and Literature.
REV. WHITEFOORD SMITH, D.D., Preta*
English I.i tonic uro.
WARREN DU PRE, A. M., Professor Naturi
JAS. H. CARLISLE, A. M., Profeiior Alaib
REV. A. H. LESTER, A. M., Profeiior fliito
and Biblical Literature.
The Preparatory Sohool, uoder tbe inosaiul
supervision of tho Faculty, Joo. W. SHIPPl
A. H., Principal.
Divinity Sohool-Rev. A. M. Sbipn, P. Pl
Rev. Whitefoord Siniib, D. D.;.Rev. K.
Lester, A. M.
The first Session of the Sixteenth Collegia^
Yoar begins on (bo first Afonda/ in Octob
1869, tho second Session begins on the'firs! M'rfj
day in January, 1610.
The course ot ?ludlos and tho standard
scholarship remain unchanged, but the Facoltj
noir admit irregular students or those ?ho wltj
to pursue partioatar studies only.
The Schools aTso open at the same time.
Tuition per yoar, in College Classes, Include
contingent fee, $64 la Specie, orita equivaleol*
Currency. . .L
Tuition per year, tn Preparatory School, lacMf
lng contingent fee, $44 In currency.
Bills payable one half in advance. BosroM
Month, from $10 to $16 in currun ry.
For further particulars address
A. M. SHIPP, Pr?sident.
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