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Lona BRA NOW, Aug. ?8, 1870.
GKMTJLJEMBJN Thb nanto, retort
.cera? to bt, growing rapidly io public
favor. It is now crowded with persona
from ell part? ol the country, but of
course mostly from Now York. It is
.. MO coo Ves icu t for b uni? eas men of thai
?j greet oitj, who can leavo lp the mom*
v lng, spend several hours in the metropo?
lis, and retara before dark, that
numbers of them Hook here with their
families every season. The trip from
New York forms a very pleasant prelude
te the sojourn here. From the foot of
Murrey st., the steamer "Plymouth
Book" leaves three times a day, and the
. ? Jesse Hoyt" the same number of times,
only at different hours, thus enabling
one to come down at almost any time
from 6.45, a. m., to 7.15, p. m. These
steamers convey you to "Sandy Hook,"
. from whenee swift and eomfortable rail
road trains take you to "Highlands,"
"Sea Bright" and "Long Bran oh." The
ears leave "Long Branch," returning,
.six times daily, from 7 a. m. to 6.58
.Tho genius of James Fisk, Jr., has
converted the '-'Plymouth Rook" into a
floating hotel ef the first olass, with the
addition of a splendid concert, the
dulcet notes of which are heard during
nearly the entire trip. The style of
decoration of this vessel is the most
elegant and oxpensive-fine frescoes,
splendid mirrors, statuary of gilt and
bronze, rich carpets, damask chairs,
lar,go airy and oomfoitnble state rooms,
a restaurant equal to "Bang's" or "Bel?
N in on ico V a well stocked bar-room, an
elegant barber shop, a row of china
wash basins in marble setting's, ten
in number, a oomplcto hat and coat
room, freo of oharge, oompetent and nt
tentivo waiters-are some of the fea
turcs of this model steamer. The "Ply?
mouth Rock" is a singularly inappropri
ate name for this vessel. Imagine th?
feelings of one of tho "May Flower*
passengers, taking a seat in tho lofty
and spaoious oabin, surrounded by al
tho elegancios of modern art, and heaiinc
the fine orchestra discoursing the sweet
vatrains of "La Belle Heline," "Norma,'
"Barbo Blue" or the ?Bohomian Girl !"
Every trip of this boat is orowded with
a gay and elegant company, going to oi
returning from "Long Branch" and
the small intermediate places. Thc
entire trip . from New York to thc
"Branoh" ocoupies about two hours, and
" cost $1.
At this plaoe tbs? hotels oconpy t
large portion of the frout strcot, whiofa
is oalled "Ocean Avenue," and which
present* a panorama of elegant equip
ages and splendid horses which cannot
be surpassed iu this country. From thc
modest ono horse buggy to the oharioi
of "Hclmbold," drawn by six bcautifu
bays, or "Jim Fisk's," with his cheo
quered team of six alternato black and
gray horses-you can here seo every
style of conveyance and overy color ol
The hotels are all full, and the privat?
residences are increasing in numbei
and improving in style. To give yoi
an idea of the great and rapid increase
iu the value of property, I will instance
one cottage, that of Mr. Childs, of tlx
"Philadelphia Ledger." The establish?
ment cost $7,000 but a short time ago
it was afterwards sold to Mr. Childs foi
$12,000, and ho has been odored am
refused $30,000 for it.
This is not one of the finest cottage:
here, by any means, though it is nea
and commodious, and surrounded bj
tasteful and well kept grounds.
Long Branch combines more than
any wuloi mg place in the United States
You have hero the vast ocean rolling itt
mighty waves before you, and bearing
upon its heaving bosom tho thousand!
of steam and sail vessels which ply be
tween New York and tho South.
Then the beach, with its innumera?
ble bathers, dressed in every variety oi
costume. From tho beach rises abrupt?
ly a bluff about thirty feet io height
which constitutes the main land ol
Long Branch. Along tho sea face ol
this bluff isa green sward or lawn, run?
ing tho cntiro leugth of the settlement
aud only divided by light railings, tc
designate tho bounds of tho lots of thc
hotels or residences which lie a fe?
yeards lo thc west. A continuous fool
path runs along thc edge of the bluff
passing through all thc enclosures, une
affording a lino promenade. West o:
these plots of gra.?s is "Ocean Avenue,'
a fine wide drive, many miles in length
kept in beautiful condition, and neatly
all day covered with gay carriages one
vehicles of every kind. Next come ex
tensive lawns, well shaven, and bright ai
emerald, fronting thc hotels and resi?
dences. Of thc hotels, tho "Continen?
tal" is tho largest and gayest. It ac
commodatcs twelvo hundred guests
It has a frout of 70') feet, a half.milo ol
piazzas, and coutuins six hundrct;
rooms. The diuing room is pcrhupi
tbe largest in tho country, being seven
ty-five feet by two hudred, with a beigh
of twenty feet. The hotel is woll kept
basan excellent table, and very attcn
tive scrvauts. Keating'* band play
fino scleotions on tho lawn ever
day, aud furnishes tho dancers wit!
tho newest and most fashionable rausi
every evening (except Sundays.) Th
"United States," "West End" an
"Mansion" bouses, all havo fino hand
of music, ?ad with the oum?/Ous slroll
i?g Muaioiajoi, ?o tdr ^ ft?*?y* vocal
with sweet sounds, set, M it wer?, la
tho back ground *Told ?ceau> ros*.
Among th? meet substantial of ibo
unpretending hotels, is tho old Pavi?
llon. Thiehomehaa boon kept bj its
present proprietor, Hr. 8. 0. Morris, for
nearly twenty jeers. In fact, wes built
by bin). Some of thegaesU, now in it
have frequented its hospitable balls
sineo tho opening of its doon, whioh is
no mean compliment to its merits. It
is well situated, about midway between
the "Continental" and ?West End"
hotels, and commands a fine view of the
ocean, end the grand carriage drive
It is well kept, olean and neat. The
faro is good, and the waiters very at?
tentive and polite. If it does not pre?
sent tho attractions of the larger hotels,
neither aro its charge? so high. For
those who oomo here for the air, for
sea bathing, and for quiet comfort, the
Pavilion is a good place to hang up
your hat. Tho ??West End" hotel, un?
der new management, is well patronized
and rivals tho "Continental" in every?
thing ezoept size. Among privato res?
idences, I will mention the following
in tho order in whioh thoy stand, com?
mencing at the North end of tho sea?
front. Chambrelling, Hennessy, Gratz,
Nathon, Albert Cardozo, Judge
Cardozo, Seligman the banker, Law?
rence, Sol Cohen, Morris, Childs (of
the "Ledger,") Bispham, Morrison,
Lewis Phillips, Moss, Moon, Mansfiold,
Hagem an, Mrs. Comb's, Wallaok (of
Walluck's Theatre) Drexel (the Banker)
Chamberlain, Reuni?, Meyers, Colt,
Thompson, Moutaguo Hendricks and
many others, including Gen. Grant's
very pretty oottage, MoYickor's, where
Edwin Booth lives in summer, Edwin
Adams and Mr. Hooy's, a description of
whioh I reserve for another occasion.
You will observe in the above list
several Jewish names. The keen per?
ception of the Jewish mind has seized
upon the certain benefits of investments
in real estate on this charming spot, and
large traoks of land are owned here, by
some of tho wealthy Israelites of New
York. I heard of one of these gentle?
men who owns a mile of ocean front-a
fortune in itself. When tho late Mr
Nathen was murdered, Mr. Fisk ten
dered a steamer free of charge to tho
numerous relatives and friends spend?
ing their summer here, which eviden?
ced his own liberality aud the great in?
fluence and high standing of the de?
. The country around Long Branch is
undulating and very beautiful. There
are several very pretty drive? in the vi?
cinity. The soil is lieh, producing grain,
fruit and vegetables, in abundance. The
pastures are luxuriant, and as a cense
quenco, the oattlo vcry'finc. In short
tho place is all that generous nature and
liberal art can make it.
Last night, there was a fanoy dres;
ball for children at the "Continental.'
Being favored with an invitation, 1
went, and the sight was beautiful. Two
thirds of thc spacious dining hall wac
appropriated to tho Ball, whioh gave a
room 75 ft. by about 125 ft. The cen
tre of this was reserved for thc children
while an immense concourse of parents
friends and invited guests, formed a frarm
work to the pieturc. There were abou
sixty or seventy children dressed io
fanoy costume j some of them woro near,
ly grown, whilo others wore more in?
fants-a great deal of tasto wai dis?
played in tho different dresses, anc
many of them were of tho richest anc
most expensive materials. Among th
prettiest were a little cupid with wings
and bow and arrows, a diminutivo mar
:juis with long train, a court lad;
ynly a little larger, an American Indiai
in full feather, a courtier of Kinj
Charles' lime, a Spanish lady in orang?
latin and black lace, winter, with icicle
m her head made of silvered buglet, am
mow balls all over hor costume, a Chi
icsc in lull dross, a clown with ionu'
ncrable minute sleigh bolls attached t<
he points of his costumo-(this little
ellow entered lifo and soul into th
nany nondescripts, &o. At about 1
i'clock thc little folks, with their pa
enls, marohed into supper. Tho musi
ras fair, the audience brilliant and th
rhole thing a decided success.
The. ninth Regiment of N. Y. Militia ar
outing to tho Branch to morrow t
nc.imp fur a week, all tho expense t
c boruo by Mr. Fisk, their now Colon c
Ir. Fisk certainly pponds his m on oj
reoly, und it ls bettor to givo tho youn
non of New York a frolic than to spen
aonoy m madam rumor says ho doe:
?me if ma,
I find my letter has run on too fas
nd I must now stop for thc present.
C. H. M.
- Show mon person that hoar.-t mus!
i tho song of tho orickot, or th
muming of tho bec ; who socs beaut
i the lowly flower, tho log ooverc
'Uh moss and ivy, tho jagged rock, <
pcbblos beneath his foot ; ono wi
nes to listen to tho winds ; bo thc
ever so wild, and I will HIIOW' you
orson who can never be entirely miser;
lc or alone The beautiful soul ligl
ritbin will foveal in amber tints som
pot whereon tho woury heart may ros
ud naturc'b voioe will over whisper i
Dy and ponoe, no matter how fiurco!
ho storms of lifo may sweep around.
Ute flri?Mrfa4ay ?std di* jfoUowSl i* 8^rt.
r.xt. wit?). UgaJ beer, ?f ?al?, to tb? highest
fat de>r, ttr ?Mb, th? fol lo wlag properly, . I tu ajed
ht 8uset*r Coonty. Purchasers to pey for titi??
On? Tract of 140 Aero* of Land mor? or lett,
os waters of LrncneV Creek, adjoining land? of
J. J. Croswell/R. M. Bag Utk ?od lin. Mar?
Mccutcheon, Wried opon aa the property of
Thomas M. Muldrow, *t tho suiu ot Pen lo pe
M. Heron aid T. J. Mobo * Co. I ,
Ooo Traot of 100 Aero? of Laad, mer? or loss,
adjoining lands of ?. A. Mimaos and others,
levied upon aa tb? property of Elia? Chandler, at
tho ?alt of Franois J. Pelter, survivor.
Quo Traot of 100 Aerea of Land more or less,
adjoining Ianda of M. Carraway Md others, lev 1
ea apon as th? property of J. 8. Cole, at tho snit
of James D. MoFaddln against J. 8. Cole, ?nd
Is aaa Keels.
Ono Traot of400 Aero? of Land moro or les?,
adjoining land? of D. B. Keele, Jaoob Keels and
others, levied upon aa tho property of Booklet I
Keels, at tho suits o? James and Samuel'j
MoCutoheon, Hosea Wilson, and T. Rees En?
Ono Traot of SOO Acres of Land moro or less,
adjoining landa of Jaoob Keel? and Baeklel Keels
levied opon as the property of Daniel E. Keels,
at tho suits of T. Reese English against D. E.
Keels and J. 8. Cole and David H. Adams
against D. E. Keels, H. Klee? and Joaob Keel?.
One Traot of 60 Acres of Land more or less,
adjoining lands of Estate Wm. Webb, J. L. Mor?
rissy, T. Monaghan and others, levied anon. as
the property of T. Sumter Webb, at the suit of D.
One Traot of 125 Acres of- Land more or loss,
on Alligator Branch, waters of Black River,
abouts miles southeast from Sumter, bounded on
the North by lands of A. Q. Ream?, East by
land of Estate of Wm Pringle, South by land
of F. S. Reams, West by land of Mary S.
Ono Traot of 217 Acres of Land more or les?
bounded on the East by the road from Sumtor to
Plowden's Mill, and adjoining lands of Estate of |
Wm. Pringle, land of T. J. Coghlan and
other lands of Wm. Lewis, levied upon as the
Sroperty of Wm. Lewie deooasod, undor tho
1. Fa. of Jabei Norton, va. Wm. Lowls. To ho
resold at the risk of the former purohaser.
T. J. COGHLAN,
Sheriff Sumtor County.
Aug. 24 1870.
100 years a secret
?cou Cures os by magic
JBJ?F* 1,000 persons testify
iga. Pains, wounds, and sufferings
Physicians uso and recommend
t&* $5.00 pots ordered daily for
hospitals and publio institutions
in all parts of tho U. S.
PHOBE JJAKER ^ALVE
all Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Sores, Ulcors,
Canoors, Sore Nipples, and Broken Breasts,
Chapped Lips and Hands, Eruptions, Chil?
blains, Bites or Stings of Insects, do.
fe?*. A WONDERFUL CURE FOR PILES.
Put up in SOo. sizes (and $1 pots for families.)
All Druggists ovorywhoro soil lt.
DON'T BE ONE DAV
Without it in the House.
'CostarV Rat, Roach, &c. Extermina?
?CostarV (liquid) Bed Bug Ester.
'OostarV (only pure) Insect Powder.
'Costar's" (only sure remedy) Corn
Ask for "COSTAR'S" (take no other.)
tl, $2, $3, and $6 sixes, order from
COSTAR CO., IS Howard-St., N. Y.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
May 4 .ly
Military and Commercial
MAYES VIL L E, S. C.
[N THIS INSTITUTION BOYS and YOUNG
MEN will bo thoroughly fitted for COLLEGE
In nddition to Ancient and Modorn Langungos,
ho Sciences and ordinary English Branches,
pecial instruction will bs given in PENMAN
HIP, BOOK KEEPING, Business Forms and
Looounts, and in Vocal Music.
The Principal rofors with pride and gratifica
lon to his former pupils, who havo taken high
ositions in Collegoor Business.
HE FIUST SESSION begins October 1st,
and olnsos February 15th.
HE SECOND SESSION begins Fobruary 10th,
and closes June 30th.
TERMS : $100 per Sossion for Board and
ultion, invariably in advanco.
l'ronch, Gormun and Drawing extra.
For Circulars oddross
CAPT. WILLIAM H. COIT.
Mayosvillo, S. C.
Rov. J. Leighton Wilson, D. D., Dr. J. A.
luyes, Mnyesvllle, Su. Ca.; Gen. W. L. T.
rince, Choraw, 8. C. ; Rev. J. B. Muck, Charlcs
>n, S. C.; Hov. G. W. Potrle,D. D., Montgoin
ry, Ala. ; Messrs. Blooding & Richardson,
uniter, S. C.
South Carolina Institute,
NOVEMBElt 1st, 1870.
CHARLESTON, SO* CA.
06?* Most liberal Premiums offered in
very department of Agriculture aud
leonanie A1 is.
Premium List publishod in pamphlet
Charlotte Female Institute,
Charlotte, No. Ca.
THE 13th ANNUAL SESSION OF
this Institution Commvncos the 30th
?of Soptoinhor and continuos until tito
30th of Juno, I rfVI.
An accomplished Corps of Teachers
it? boon employed in alt Branehos usually
tught in First Class Foinulo Scmioarios.
For Circulnr and Catalogue containing full
articular* as to forms, A,?., addross
Rov. R, BURNELL ? SON,
^uly_20-2tu]_._ Charlotte, N. 0.
4 young lady, who oan offer th? best refer
A, onoos, wishes a situation as Teuoher or
uamstross in a gonteol family In tho Town of
urater, or In the country adjacent. Address
Miss B. F. C., Charleston, cure 61' Mr. G. li.
rubor," staling terms ana conditions,
illy 0. if.
Tho First I O?RSS Steamsh ips j
..(H. L. HALL, Commander.)
(D. 0. CHILDS, Commander.)
On? of the above Steamships will leave BALTI?
MORE and WILMINGTON every
forming ? Regul ar
WEE KL Y LINE,
and the only authorised through connection with
Vf liming ton ? Manchester Railroad. .
COTTON and other Produce consigned to oar
care will bo shipped to BALTIMORE by first
FREE OF COMMISSION.
Having covered Wharves In WILMINGTON
and BALTIMORE, gooda can be rccolved at ali
times and bo properly protootod.
A. B SIIEPPERSON A CO., Ag/ts,
Nos. ll and 12 North Water Slroot,
April 27, Wilmington, N. C.
Office Chief Engineer.
HIL., COLUMBIA, Sc AUGUSTA It, lt.
WILMINGTON, N. C., July 27th, 1870.
Notice to Contractors.
TJ3~ Sealed proposals will be received at this
Office, until 31st August, proximo, for building
the extension of this road from Sutntor to Colum
bia, inoluding Grading, Trcsllo Work, Masonry
and Bridg08, or any portion of tho work.
Specifications, Maps and Profiles oan bo som
at this offico, whore any Information required
will bo given. Proposals will be endorsed
"Proposals." Tho Company reserve tho right
to reject any bid.
JNO. C. WINDER,
GEORGE S. COOK,
231 KINO STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
?Ztr- ALL TUE LATEST STYLES OF
GOOD Work dono at this Oallory, and Warrant?
ed to EXCEL._April 20-Om
CHARLESTON, S. C.
perm J ?innuinciory oi noora, ensues, i uy.- ",
*W 1 Blinds, Mouldings, &o., iu tho f
(_ Southern Statos. )
?&T*Printed Prico List Bones Competition."W 5.
?S?Sr* Sond for ono -ffi^
?'Sf Sent Freo on Application. "0^
April 6 ly
pX\Tu? ION HOTBL
CIIAKLGSTOIV, S. C.
BOARD. PER DAY, $3.00.
ItODT. HAMILTON, il HS. H. L. nuiTKUFIKM),
On tho Cor. of SUMTER and CANAL-ST3.
Whore nil kinds of Work in tlie Blacksmithing
Lino will bo fi n is heil in n workmnniiko manner,
ind nt tho shortest possiblo notieo.
Tho underpinned feels confident, from n sonso
>f his experioneo, (in tho business for tho last
hirty years) Ihnt ho can giro s.tiisfurlioii, butti
II prices mid in tho execution of nil work on
rusted to him.
W. C. STANS ILL.
April 20 _ 3m
HAVE loon tod themselves on Main Slroot,
nonr tho Depot, and uro prcpnrod to fur
libll td or i lc I ,
(ASH, BLINDS, DOOKS, OR OTHER WORK
n their lino, in (ho bast workinitnsliip, nnd at
irioos ns low im such things cnn bo delivered ut
iunitor from nhrond.
(live us your orders nnd sustain home industry.
duly 20 Bm
Utorney and Counselor at Law,
IQioo noxt Door to lllnndlng .V itichnrdson,
West of Court House,
SUMTKft, F. C.
MF- WILL PRA0TI0K In all tho
lourts of the Third Jndlciat C.irouil, also, lu the
upreme Court nt Chnrloslou und Columbia.
3IDER AND WINE MILLS
3F DIFFERENT SJZKH AND OF TUE
MOST IMPROVED MAKE.
For salo by
DAWSON, TEI?L A HENNING,
ron and Hnrdwnro Morohants, nnd Doalors
In Agrloulturul Implomonts of nil kinds,
Wiltniuglon, N. C.
SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
July 20 lat
Agents-BRODIE 4 CO?,
Factors and Commission McrcT?akts, j
CHARLESTON, S. O. ' '
March 80 ly
John P. Taylor & Co.
S17COBSSOB8 TO ?JAinKBON * CO.
Engineers, Boiler-Makers, &<$.,
Nos. 4, Q, 8,10 & 12 PRITCHARDSt.
(NEAR THE DRY DOCK),
CHARLESTON. SO. CA*
Steam Engines and Boilers,
MARINE, STATIONARY ? PORTABLE
Bice Treshers, and Mills of
Shafting P lillies and Gearing.
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,
which aro put on all of our Engines.
. April 20 _lm
Ph. S CHU OEM ANN,
271 KING STREET,
(OITOSITB II ASEL. ST.,)
IUFORTEIl AND DEALER IM
BERLIN ZEPHYR WORSTED, KNITTING
WOOL, KM nuo 11) nu Y PATTERNS,
FLOSS SILK, EMBROIDERY
SILK, KNITTING AND
KNITTED WORSTED GOODS,
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS
VELVETS, FRINGES, AC.
/SiT* AH orders by mall will be most dutifully
intended to, and doalors will bo supplied at New
York wholesale ?ricos.
_Aprtl 20_7m_ ]
B JOHNSON & CO.
301 KING STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
AFULL assorlmont of UMBRELLAS AND
PARASOLS, always on hand, botter and
ohcapor than any imported.
Wholesale & Retail.
A largo assortment of WALKING CANES
Wo poy ospoolal attention to tho manufacture
?f BUGGY UMBRELLAS,
which tvo can furnish as low as any house North
and of a bettor quality for tho PRICE.
April 20 6m.
Fine Watches, Clocks,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE.
SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES, FANCY ?Q000S,
SO. 307 KINQ-ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
?!4S* Watchos, Clocks, and Jowclry Ropairod.
April 20 6m
DANIEL H* IILGOX,
115, 177 dc 170 KINO ST.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
SST" Coads carefully jiacJccd.
Fever and Ague
Alway? Stop? the dillis.
This Modi e ino has boon Lo f or o the Pab?
ilo fifteen years, and is ?till ahead of all
o thor known rom otll os. It doon not purge,
does not sicken tho stool ooh, ia perfectly
safo in any dose and under all oiroum
e tan coa, r ntl is tho only Modioine that will
and permanently ovory form of Feyer
and Aguo, because it is a perfect Anti?
dote to "talar?a.
Bold by gil Druggist?.
May 4 ly
-,;TR- SHOULD MAKE . * . -:<
T hu been Justly remarked 'trfkt the
Ju dgmei* of tie people, deli boratel y made up,
ta correct. It flaw pa with ita own aeal whatever
lt approve*. The reputation which aurrirea ita
.earohlng teat? ie aatahlUhed on a arm found?
lien asa ?OOH reecho* th? height of far or to
which U ti Joally entitled. It ia io with
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
The people approve, ead jbyslolans ??notion,
ita ooo, hecaueelit possesses merit, and ls what it
aim? io be
A HOUSEHOLD BLESSING TO
IIa ADACHEB.-Biek^Headaohe, Narrons H?kd
ache, BUiouS Headache, Neuralgia Headache,
Cata rr hal Headache, Diialneaa, Buah of Blood
to the Head, Fullness, Oppression of the Head,
CATARRH.-Thia unpleasant disease, la all ita
forma, aoon eured.
BORU THROATS, A o-Boro Th roa ta,
Hoarseness, Loss of Voice, Weak Volco, ail soon
DrsrnrsiA-This disease edtrajs ?urec In all
cases, in porsona of all ages and occupations. .
LIVER OoifPXJtiRTS, JAUNDIOK, ? Ac.-Thea?
complaints cured in all eases.
Chronio Diarrhoea and all Chronic Dysentery,
Colics, ohsttnato Costiveness.
PILKS.-Piles, Blind, Bleeding, or Ulcerated,
Painful, Hobing, Barning, no matter how long
existing, aoon oared.
Kidney Disease, Diabetes, Gravel, Inconti?
nence, Stoppage, Bright's Diaeaae, all cored.
MALES.-Their peculiar diaeaaes aoon oured.
FACE AFFECTIONS.-Brown Spots, Moth Blotch?
es, Pimples, Blaok Spooks, Ked Patches, Burn?
ing, Itohlng, Rush of blood to the Face, Oloaanca,
Bad Complexion, ?ll aoon and perfeotly oured.
Abaoeaaea, Scrofula, when on the Soalp, Throat,
internal Or external, on th? Tonga?, Beek, Limbs
or anywhere, Sore and Swelled Lega, all perfeot?
SKIN DISEASES.-Salt Rheum, Tetter, Acne,
Sh in gi os, Soaly Eruptions, Watery Discharges,
Itching, burning, Chronio Erysipelas, oured.
TBB Bras.-Inflamed and Itching, Scrofula,
ftc, on the Byee and Eyelids, cored.
GOITRE, SWELLED NECK.-All oases cored. Re?
cent cases of Goitre cored.
Rheumatism, Chronio, Aoote, ? Neuralgia,
Lameneaa, Swelled Joint?, inability to walk,
painful or paaaive, cured by the uae of
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
The afili?lo 1, nervoua and debilitated, whose
sufferings have been protracted from hidden
cauaea, and whoae oases require prompt treat?
ment, will find alwaya a sure remedy in
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
Do you feel weak, debilitated, easily tired ?
Dooa a little extra exertion produce palpitation
of the heart ? Does your Liver, or Urinary Or
Sana, or your Kidneys, frequently get out of or
er ? Do you have apella of short breathing er
dyapopaia ? Are your Bowela constipated 7 Do
you have apella of fainting or rushes of blood to
the head t la your memory impaired ? Ia your
mind constantly dwelling on any aubjeot ? Do
you fool dalt, lUttass, tuoping, tired of company
or of life? If^yon do, then your Liver and Stum
mach are deranged, and their aympathotio action
upon the Brain producea just aubh results, The
aoonor you remove the causo, the aooner you will
be restored to a hoalthtul and a thoughtful con?
dition. We say-by all moana try a bottle, and
bo aure you get
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
None other ia genuine. For aale by Druggists
anywhere and at
HEINITSH'S DRUG STORE,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
Old Carolina Bitters.
A Delightful Tonic.
WE TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN OF
OLD CAROLIN! BITTERS
to the publio. They are compounded with great
oar?, and contain aomo of the beat Tonlos in tho
Pharmaoopla. Aa evldenoe of the superiority of
oar BITTERS over all others, we have cor litt?
on tes from many of the loading phyaioiana In our
S tato, who have prescribed them in their prac?
The Old Carolina Bitters
Will be found invaluable for
WANT OF APPETITE, GENERAL DEBIL?
ITY, CHILLS AND FEVER' AND DYS?
We do not offer our BITTERS aa a ouro for all
diseases, but aa an Aromatio Tonio, they have no
For aale by Druggist and Grocers everywhere.
Goodrich, Wineman & Co,,
CHOICE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Feb lo-ly Charleston, S. C.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
JESSE H* B OLIVES'
FINE ART GALLERY, NORTH-EAST CORNER
Kioa auid; matrice* Street*,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Tn Oil, TFafer, and Pastel Colors,
Taken lo. the
BIUHB8T PBHFROTlOroOF ART.
OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES.
HENRY BISCHOFF & CO.
AND DEALER8 IN
?Tines, Liquors. Segars,
197 EAST BAY,
Charleston, S. O.
I. BISCHOFF, 0. ?VU LD ERN, J. H. PIEPER.
OS??. B. MOISE
'.J -6 ft ?tf ,'i,r 't> tiftS ./!..?!! "i<"
IilTOR^L ATO W
A an? aLOB? .
Capital, Surplis and Reserved Funda,
in Gold, ?18,400,000.
Eighteen - Million and Four Hundred
: TfaouMDl Dollar?-?N GOLD.
ID vest ed in th e U ai ted States, Two Mil?
lions of Dollars. $2,000,000.
Risks in Sumter, taken at Charleston
Residences in t7ie Country Insur?
ed at LOW Rates.
Losses paid promptly in Charles?
On the payment of Ten Years
premiums in ? ASH, a perpet
u?l policy will be issued.
* Insurance Agent,
NEW YORK UFE INSURANCE CO,
This Oompaoy having complied witt
the provisions of tho recent "Bond De?
posit" Aot, ia prepared to issue
i Lifo or Kudo wm em Policini
Ol? TUB MOST FAVORABLE TERM
. Thirteen Millions of Dalian
ia Assets, perfect security is gu?rante
to the insured ; while its immense i
constantly inoreasing income enable
to declaro liberal dividends. Thu
Pplioy In this Company is cteadilv
creasing in val?o, at a cost which
i . . ? . '
creases with every annual paymeot.
CHAS. H. MOISE,
j Insurance Agent,
I Sumter, 3.
CAROLINA LIFE INSURANCE
O om pa ny,
ASSETS, - . - 8826,119.03.
JEFFERSON DAVIS, PRESIDEST.
W. J. WICKS, First Vlco-Presldoot.
W. F. ROYLE, Secretary.
J. T. PETTILL, Second Vleo-Prctidttt.
J. H. EDMONDSON, General Agent.
A definite oash surrender value is guaranteed on all poliolcs lapsed by non-paymoot or prem?
ium, which amount will, at tbe option of tho poliey bolder, be paid him in oaeh on tbo ?urrenderof
his polioy, or loaned to bim at six por cent, interest to pay bis future premiums, thereby continu,
lng bis polioy in force for the full amount
With sufficient capital for ontlro seourity, no Lifo Insurance Company offers superior a Juc
tages to the Carolina.
All Ita profits are dividod among Us polioy holdors, in dlvidonds, on tho contribution pito.
No reatriotion* on travol or residenoo in the United States, Canada or Europe
All policio? non forfeitable after second year.
All losses paid promptly in cash.
M. C. BUTLER,
GENERAL STATE AGENT, COLUMBIA, S. 0.
THE BEST AND MOST AD JUSTIBLE TIE IN USE
FOR BAMHra COTTON.
For Sale by DANCY, HYMAN ft CO., General Agents
142 PEARL. STREBT, NEW YORK*
Dealers and Planters Supplied in any quantity by
OREEN & WALSH,
Sole Agents for Sumter, and Clarendon County.
The undersigned have recently published a
serios of NEW PICTORIAL READERS AND
SPELLERS, adapted to tho tastes of both sexes
tn the family as well as the school room. They
have been prepared by the Rev. Prof. J. L.
REYNOLDS, D. D., of tho South Carolina
University. Tho soriea oonslsts of six volamos.
Reynold's New Pictorial Speller,.15c.
Reynold's New Plotorlal Primary Render,.25c
Reynold's New Pictorial First Render......... 40c.
Reynold's New Piotorial Seoond Reader,.60o.
tteynold's Now Piotorial Third Kendor,.80o.
Reynold's Nev Fourth Reader,.$ 1.25c
SCHOOL HISTORY OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Told In a familiar style. Dy Professor J AUKS
WOOD DAVIDSON, A. M. Prloe 00 cents.
Prof. REYNOLDS' WRITING DOOKS, in a
serios of numbers-20 cents each.
A SCHOOL REGISTER to last six months,
A TADLE BOOK for young children,-50o.
The nbovo publications are hoing oxtonelvely
used in thia State, North Carolina, and Goorgla,
and wo are encouraged to go on and publish a
whole series of School DOOKS in all departmonts.
Dufflo & Chapman,
PullisJiers and Booksellers,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Also for salo at the SUMTER BOOK STORE.
April 20 _6m
'' I jftPS) JPeflsifa per* . disuse**,,
64 PAGES HEADING MAHER.
30 PAGES ADVERTISEMENTS,
WALKBH, BY ANS A COGSWXLL,
D. WYATT AIKEN,
UHAdUDtTOV, ft. C
Joly 13 Int
SIM HTA NU Ul? G C. II.,
M., Professor Natal
M., Professor litlM
KEV. A. M. SKIPP, D. D., President M?
J . Professor Mental and Moral Scknco.
DAVID DUNCAN, A. M., Professor Anett
Language and Lltoraturo.
REV. WHITEFOORDSMITH, D.D., ProfcW
WARREN DU VRE, A.
JAS. H. CARLISLE, A.
REV. A. H. LESTER, A. M., Professor Bum
and Biblical Literature.
Tho Preparatory School, undor tho iumcdii?
supervision of tho Faculty, Joo. W. SIIIPP?
A. ii., Principal.
Divinity School-Hov. A. M. Shipp, P. D
Rov. Whitefoord Smith, 1). D.; Rcr. A. II
Lester, A. M.
The first Session of tho Sixteenth Collegiats
Year begins on tho first Monday in October,
1860, (he second Session bcgiiis on the Ont Moo
day in January, 1670.
Tho courso of studios end tho slsndsrd o
scholarship romain unchanged, but Ibo Faculty |
now admit irregular students or thoto who ???h
to pursue particular studies only.
Tho Sohuols also opon at the samo time.
Tuition per year, in College Ciesse?, ioeiudi'o,
contingent fcc, $51 in Specie, or its equivalents
Tuition por yon r, in Preparatory School,Incl??
lng contingont foe, $41 in currency.
Rille payable ono half in advance. Board, pc
Month, from $10 to $15 in currency.
For further particulars address
A. M. SHIPP, Preildcnt.
St. Joseph's Academy.
COXH UCTKD BV tBi
Sisters of Our Ladr onitrey,
SUMTER, S. 0.
THE Collegiate Exercises af OJ
Fir?! Class Iostllute, will be resuaw"
?in-the 1st of September. A P*W
'attendance is requested in order w
.jsjjav faeilitate the progresa ?nd arrear
mont of tho oleases. The new WWW ?J
spacious and elegantly nnislwd, fornMlBf s?r
sommodatlona for one hundred boarders. *
oxtonslvo grounds and pisiias are ?W'.ffiffi!
?lr exercise, and young ladies are?Wf?1'
Inatruet?d in Boglisb Mathetnatios, WWjtJK
lian, Music, Drewlng, Painting, Ac., Ac Loo*"41;
healthy, air pure, wafer good, end *r?s reu?
?bia. Fo* parlleulere apply to the hMW?
3L Joaeph'e Avademy, Sumter, or to IM
rlorossof the Sisters of Me roy, CnarJeelMi?*?
will endeavor to meet the pressure ot the i