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A US KN TY BKLOVlBb,/ FKOM X?* fi- 5*,
Ta? galdra sunshine, s6rt ?rad felr^ Jj
Tuoehe? tho nie?dpw? cliper ?try ;
Wild violo* s ?oeutihe warta-, atlll air. i
But ?var tbrough th? bright spring hour?,
The sunshine ttud t>a ow?uiog flower?,
My api rit Mingara to 6a lt ?%
And Taints fur love'? dear dally bread,
. Ycuruiug, L stoved, for thee !
Tho day weare on, the evening lon?
Come* up ucror? the l?a>;
I w J ic li th? atara as eue hy ona
They glimmer out 5 lo-y- eyea oro wei ;
Vlf boar* U filled with-vag?e regret ;
llnunung it like a aad refrain ;
I eanaot atilt thia revilers pain,
. , *'?Wiklog, heioted, of thee l ;
f i s. i ?J i .P V /. '? /?* ' * ?
Tba twilight deepens;brooding sleep
KnaeVsws t be: grce o earth too dei ly ;
The ti<>uso lies hushed in alumber deep;
The peas? of hoaveo seems atrangely nt ar,
I kneel beueath the moonbeams clear,
Aad soft upon toy trnublcd breaat
.Joutes down a blessed sema of rest,
Praying, bulovod, for thee I
AGA I M.
Oh, swott and fulr ! ch, rich and raro !
That day au long ago, '
Tho autumn sunshine everywhere,
Tito heather all aglow.
Tho forns were clad in ?loth of gold,
Tho waves saug 0? tho 8b?re;
?such atina will ahino, suoh waves wilt sing,
For over, ivermoro.
.Oh, f?t and fow ! Ob, tried and trao !
Tho friends vrbo mut that day,
E ich ono the other'* spirit know ;
And soin enrno.-t piny
Tho hours flew post, until ot last
Tho twilight ki-?0 I the ahoru ; *
Wo said ;-"Such days will cou-eugnin."
Ono J . y again* no il mil of puia
A shadow o'er us cast,
And yet wo ?trove in vu n, ia vain,
To conjuro ?.p tho past ;
Like but uuliko thc ?un that aliono,
The wave-* that beat tho (boro,
Tbo words wo said, the song we sung,
l'or ghosts unseen crept in betwocn.
And. when our songs U >wod tree,
?sang discords in un undertone,
At-d marred tito hui rn-.ny.
"The past is oura not your*," 'hoy said ;
"Tho vVnvos tbat beat tho shoro,
Tho' liku tlio .-'time aro not tho sumo,
No ! nover, novor inora !"
J f you've any task to do,
Lut me whoper, friend, to vou,
If you've any debt to pay,
Rest you neither night uor doy,
If you've ttuy thing to give,
That another'? joy may live,
Every ouc of us is treasuring up
stores for eternity j the good are laying
up treasures in (leaven, where moth and
rust doth not corrupt, thc evil und im?
penitent uro .'treasuring up wrath
against the day of wrath." What an
idea is this ! Trcusuro up wrath !
Whatever tho impenitent man is doing,
he is treasuring up wrath. He may bc
getting wealth, but he is treasuring up
?wrath. Ile may be forming pleasing
connections, but hois also treasuring up
wrath. Every day adds something to
the heap. Every oath tho swearer ut?
ters, there is something gone to the
heap of wrath. Every lie the liar teils,
every licentious net tho lewd man com?
mits, adds something to thc treasure of
wrath. The ?inuer has a weightier
treasure of wrath to-day that he had
yesterday ; he will havo a weightier one
to-morrow than he has to day. When
he lies down at night he is riohcr in
vengeanco that when he arose in thc
morning. Ile is continually decpeuing
and darkening his eternal portion.
r.very neglected Sabbath increases his
store of wrath, every forgotten sermon
adds something to the weight of punish
mont. All tho checks of conscience,
all thc remonstrances of friends, all that
advice and prayers of parents will be
taken into accouut, und all tend to in?
crease tho treasures of wrath laid up
agaiust the day of wrath.-J. A.James
- To conquer fear, ulways do what
you are u fra id to do.
- A penitential tear in value surpas?
ses tho wealth of words.
- Nature is a book of sweet and
glowing purity, and on every illumina?
ted page tho excellence and goodness of
God arc divinely protrayed.
-Tho*o who aro bound for heaven
must bu willing to steam against the
storm ; anti must not do as the most do,
but ns thc bent do.
- lt is claimed ?hat rats may bc pro?
vented from gnawing harness by mixing
with the oil applied, a little cayenne
pepper, f-ay a touspo?:nful to the quart.
Tho rats get bite for bite, und clear out
before doing any ?lainage, feeling un
The Firo D'dhir Sewing Mn-'bino pun-hue
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Au<r 21 Ila
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May 4 ly ?
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IN < Il IS INSTITUTION ROYS and YOUNO
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CAPT. WILLIAM ll. COTT.
Mayos ville, S. C
R EFE ll EES :
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Bhariotto Female Institute,
Charlotte, No. Ca.
THE 13th ANNUAL SESSION OF
this Institution Commences the .'totti
of Septo ?ber und coal i nues until (he
30th of Juno, 1871.
G?iiJ^ An accomplished Corps of Teachers
ins bien employed In a l Hrunchoi usually
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For Circular and Cataloguo co nt. lining full
inrticulars as lo terms, Ac , address
Rev. ll, BU RWE LL A SON,
July_20-2m]_Chariot te, N. C.
* young Indy, who can offer tho best rofor*
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. ruber," staling terms and eondlllons.
n'y 0. tf.
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v COMPOSED OF .
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Rebe c ca Cly de,
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Ono of th? abor? Steamships will Uave BALTI
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COTTON and other Produo? consigned to our
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Nos. ll and 12 North Wa toi Street,
April 27_Wilmington, N. C.
Office Chief Engineer,
AVIL., COLUMBIA Ac AUGUSTA H. IE.
con PA NY,
WILMINGTON, N. C., July 27th, 1870.
Notice to Contractors,
y2J?~ Sealed proposals will bo received nt tlils:
Office until 31 st August, proximo, Tor building
tho extension nf this rond from Sumter to Colum?
bio, iaoluding Grudng, Truelle Work, Mnsonrv
ami Bridges, or any portion of tho work. .?
SpeciuVntions, Mups and Profiles cnn bo soon
at this oflieo, whero any Information required
?viii bo gi von. Proposals will bo ondorjed
"Proposals." Tho Company reservo tho right
to rcjuo. ar.y bid.
JNO. C. WINDER,
GEORGE S. COOK,
281 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF
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pm Vf >M
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April ? ly
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BOARD. PER DAY, $3.00.
KOOT. HAMILTON, JI118. II. L. DUITKRFII'.l.n,
On tho Cor. of SUMTER and CANAL-STS.
Where nil kinds of Work in tho Blacksmithing
Line will bo ll ni* lied in n workmanlike manner,
and at tho shortest possible nolico.
1 ho undersigned leds oonfldont, front a sonso
of lils experience, (in tho business f"r tho lust
thirty years) I lint ho cnn givo satisfaction) both
in prices und in the execution of all work en?
trusted lo him.
W. C. STANS I LL.
C ND DOOKS.
HA VU incaled themselves on Main Street,
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?tlfeli |u order,
SASH, Il LIN Dil, DOOMS, OR OTHER WORK
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O.Tico next Door to 111 miling A Richardson,
West of Court House,
SuMTBn, fl. 0.
WILL PRACTICE in nil tho
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Supren.u Court ni Charleston mid Columbia,
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OE DI FPU KENT RI7.ES AND OF '?HE
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(01'!'08ITJS HASEL 8T.,)
IMPORTER. AND D E A LE ll IN
BERLIN ZEPHYR WORSTED, KNITTING
WOOL, EMBROIDERY PATTERNS,
FLOSS SILK, EMLROIDERY
SILK, KNITTING AND
KNITTED WORSTED GOODS,
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. HUTTONS
VELVETS, FRINGES, AC.
??S* All order.* by mail will bo most carefully
attended to, J ? iii do.ilors will bo supplied ut New
Vuik wholesale prices.
April 20 7m
B. JOHNSONITC 0.
301 KING STREET,
Charleston, S, C.
AFULL assortment nf UMBRELLAS AND
PARASOLS, always on baud, bettor uud
cheaper than any imported.
Wholesale & Retail.
A largo assortment of WALKING CANES
Wo p:>y ospeoial uttonlion tu tho manufacturo
f BUGGY UMBRELLAS,
which wo cun furnish ns low as any house North
and of a hotter quality for tho PRICE.
April 20 Cm.
Fine Watches. Clocks,
SILVER, AND PLATED WARE.
SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES, FANCY ?QOODS,
NO. 307 KING-ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
.Tir- Watches, Clocks, and Jowolry Kopai ro J
April 20 Am
D?NXEL H. SILCOX,
175, 177 Ac 170 KING ST.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
#7/* (toads carefully packed,
Fever and Ague
Alway? stop? the Chilla.
Tilla Medicine has boon before tho Pnb
lio fifteen yearn, and is at ill ahead of all
ot her known r rn i od ten. It doea not purge,
doe H not Bicken tho stomach, 1B perfectly
aafo in any dose and under oil oironm
atanoes, and is the only Modicine that will
and pormancntly ovury form of Feror
and Aguo, bocaueo lt is a perfect Anti?
dote to malorie*.
Sold by all Druggist?.
May 4 ly
PROM ? ABROAD,
; ADDSD TO
Thousands ?t Home!
i? ? RU??LD HAKE !v ivfl
; ; ?> i TH? .' . (o*Wl! Till
IT baa been justly rctuarke<? that the
judgojout of tbo peoplo, deliberately made up,
U correct. It ?tampa wit? ita own seal whatever
it approve*, The reputation which survives ita
aearehiog tatt? ts established 00 ? B*m founda?
tion and soon reaohos the height ol favor to
which it ia Justly entitled. It is 10 with
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
The people approve, and phy alolaus sanction,
its nae, because it possesses, merit, and is what it
alma to be
A HOUSEHOLD BLESSING TO
HEADACHES-Sick'Headache, Nervous Head
ache, Bilious Headache, Neuralgia Headache,
Catarrhal Headache, Dullness, Rush of Blood
to tho Head, Fullness, Oppression of the Head,
C ATAnnn.-Thia unpleasant dlsoaae, in all tts
forms, aoun eured.
BORU THROATS, Ac-Sore Throats,
Hoarseness, Lou of Voice, Weak Voice, all soon
DYSPEPSIA.-Thia disease always ourej in all
cases, in persona of all ager and occupations.
Livan COMPLAINTS, JAUNDICE, Ac-These
complatuts cured in all cases.
Chronio Diarrhoea and all Chronic Dysentery,
Colics, obstinate Costiveness.
PILKS.-Piles, Bliud, Bleeding, or Ulcerated,
Painful, Itching, Barning, no matter bow long
existing, soon oured. . f? V - t<
Kidney Discaso, Diabolos, Gravel, Inconti?
nence, Stoppage, Bright's Disease, all cured.
M A LKS.-Their peculiar diseases soon oured.
PACK AFFECTIONS.-Brown Spots, Moth Blotch?
es, Pimples, Black Spooks,Red.Patches, Burn?
ing, Itching, Rush of blood to the Faoe, Cloasma,
Bad Complexion, all soon and perfeotly oured.
Abscesses, Scrofula, when on the Scalp, Throat,
internal or external, on the Tongue, Back, Limba
or anywhere, Boro and Swelled Legs, all perfect?
SKIN DISEASES.-Salt Rheum, Tetter, Acuo,
Shingles, Scaly Eruptions, Watery Discharges,
Hobing, burning, Chronio Erysipelas, eured.
TUB Eves.-Inflamed and Itching, Scrofula,
Ac, on the Eyes and Eyelids, cured.
GOITRE, S WB LLBO NECK,-All oases oured. Re?
cent cases of Goitre cured.
Rheumatism, Cbronlo, Acute, Neuralgia,
Lameness, Swelled Joints, inability to walk,
painful or passive, cured by the use of
IIEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
Tho afili?lo 1, nervous and debilitated, whose
sufierings'have been protracted from hidden
causes, and whose casos require prompt treat?
ment, will find always a sure romedy in
IIEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
Do you fool weak, debilitated, easily tired ?
Does a little extra exertion produoo palpitation
of tho heart ? Does your Liver, or Urinary Or.
guns, or your Kidneys, trequently get out of or?
der? Do you have spells of short breathing or
dyspepsia? Are your Bowols constipated? Do
you have spells of fainting or rushes of blood to
the bead ? ls your memory impaired ? Is your
mind constantly dwelling on any subject? Do
you foci dull, listless, moping, tired of company
or of lifo? If.'you do, then your Liverand Stum
mach aro deranged, and their sympathetic actiun
upon tho Bruin produces just such re.ults, The
sooner you remove the cn use, tho sooner you will
bo rostered to a healthtul und a thoughtful con?
dition. Wo 8ny-by all means try a bottle, and
bo suro you got
IIEINITSH'S QUEEN'S J DELIGHT.
None other is genuino. Forsale by Druggists
anywhere und at
IIEINITSH'S DRUG STORE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Old Carolina Bitters.
A Delightful Tonic.
WK TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN OF?
OL.D CAROLINA BITTERS
to the public They are compounded with great
care, and contain some of the best Tonics in the
Pharmacopio. Aa evidence of the superiority of
our BITTERS over all others, we hnvo certifi?
cates from many of tho lending physicians in our
Stato, who have proscribed them in their prac?
The Old Carolina Bitters
Will be found invaluable for
WANT OF APPETITE, GENERAL DEBIL?
ITY, CHILLS AND FEVER? AND DYS?
Wo do not offer our BITTERS as a oure for all
disonscs, but as an Aromatio Tonio, they have no
For sale by Druggist and Grocers everywhere.
Goodrich, Wineman ? Co,,
CHOICE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Fob 16-ly_Charleston, 8. C.
PHOTOG RA PUS,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
JESSE Iff. B OLLES'
FINE ART GALLERY*, NORTH-EAST CORNER
King and. Market Street?,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
//t Oil, Water, and Pastel Colors,
Taken in the
HIGHEST PERFECTION*! OF ART.
OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES.
HENRY BISCHOFF & CO.
AND DEALER8 IN
Wines. Liquors. Segars,
197 EAST BAY,
Charleston, 8. C.
H. BISOHOFF, O. WULBERN, J. H. PIEPER.
V . *" FIRE AS
OB AS. H. MOISE
U .. i t. & -ii'-, ' :"V'. ... .
? Ul'Ita. r,u.:x^ .*,.-.. ? UM TER
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
Capital, Surplus and Reserved Funds,,
' \ m Goldi ' ". 818,400,000.
Eighteen Million and Four Hundred
.Ihousnud Dollars-INGOLD. .
Invested in the United States, Two Mil
. lions of Dollars.. . . 82,000,000.
Risks in Sumter, taken at Charleston
Residences in the Country Insur?
ed at LOW Rate?.
Losses paid promptly in Charles?
On the payment of Ten Years
premiums in CASH, a perpet?
ual policy will be issued.
ro LIFE ~
A. 3NT C E.
y Insurance Agent.
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO
. This Company having complied ?it
the provisions of ile rvocnt "BoudDi
posit" Act, is prepared to issue
Life or Endowment Policies,
OS TUB MOST FAVORABLE TBKI
Thirteen Millions of Dolh\
< .. dy ' ........ ?.;
in Assets, perfect soourity is guarani
to tho insured ; while its immense
constantly increasing income eatbl
to declare liberal dividends. Th>
Folioy In this Company is steadil
creasing in value, at a oost whiol
creases with every annual paymen
"CHAS, H; MOISE,
- -_---?-.------r-^-"?-?-iP?'iriiniiiuiiUMii.ii..i.l?,|.tfW| k I
CAROLINA LIFE INSUR?IME!
O o iii p EL n y,
JEFFERSON DAVIS, PRESIDENT.
W. J. WICKS, First Vico-President.
W. F. ROYLE, Secretary.
J. T. M5TTIl.fi. Second Vlca-PraiAa
J. II. EDMONDSON, General Apii
A definite cash surrender value is gunrnntcod on nil pedicle* lapsed <>)' non pavtnrnt offne
lum, which amount will, at tho ptttton of thu polity helder, he paid him in cu.-ti on il.o turrtr.Jei
his polioy, or loaned to lum nt six per cent, inicies! lo pay Iii? futuro premiums, thereby coot it
lng hia policy in force for tho full amount.
With sufficient onpitul for entire socurity, no Lifo Insurance Company offers supcrlorilro
tages to tho Carolina.
All its profits are dividod among its polioy holders, in dividends, on ibo contribution phi.
No restrictions on Iravol or rosidonco in tho United States, Canada or Eurone.
All policies non forfeituble after eocondyear. w .....
AU losses paid promptly in cash.
M. C. BUTLEH,
GENERAL STATE AGENT, COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE JbEbT AND B??3? A?si??ll?Li?TIBIH?S
FOR BAXiINOr COT"??<F.
For Sale by DANCY, HYMAN & CO., General Agents
142 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK,
Dealers and Planters Supplied in any quantity by
GREEN & WALSH)
Sole Agents for Sumter, and Clarendon County.
Aug 3- Sin
Tho undersigned have recently published a
serios or NEW PICTORIAL HEADERS AND
SPELLERS, adapted to tho tastes of both soxos
in the family aa well as the school room. Thoy
have been propnrod by the Rev. Prof. J. L.
REYNOLDS, D. D., of tho South Carolina
University. Tho aories consists of six volumes.
Reynold's New Pictorial Speller,.15c.
Reynold's New Pictorial Primary Hoader,.25o.
Hoy ii old '* Now Pictorial First Reader,.40c.
Reynold's New Pictorial Second Reader,.60c.
i.oynold'a Now Pictorial Third Roador,.80c.
Roynold'a New Fourth Header,.$ 1.25c.
SCHOOL HISTORY OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Told in a fnmilinr style. Ry Profossor JAMES
WOOD DAVIDSON, A. M. Price 00 cents.
Prof. REYNOLDS' WRITING ROOKS, in n
series of numbers-20 cents each.
A SCHOOL REGISTER to lust six months,
A TABLE BOOK for young children,-50e.
Tho above publications are boing extensively
used in this State, North Carolina, end Ucorgio,
and wo are encouraged to go on and publish a
wholo aeries of School Rooks in all departments.
Duffie & Chapman,
Publishers and Booksellers,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Also fur sale at the SUMTER BOOK STORE.
April 20 _Om
Aw TJelfsirw fret? Ammim.
64 PAGES READI?G~MATTER.
30 PAGES ADVERTISEMENTS.
WALKER, EVANS ? COGSWELL,
D. WYATT AIKEN,
C IIA?LE*TO*. ?. C.
July 18 lin
SI? A KT A MU na C. II.,
KEV. A. M. SIIIPP, D. D., President
Professor ?Menial and Marni Sch see.
DAVID DUXCAN, A. M., Professor ABC!
Langungos and Litor/iiure.
REV. WH ITKFOOKD SMITH, D.D., Profer
WARREN' DU PRE, A. M., ProfcBBor Nah
JAS. ll. CARLISLE, A. M., Professor Mid
REV. A. 1!. LESTER, A. M., Professor HW
and Biblicul Literature
Tho Preparatory Sclnol, under tho imm?W*
supervision of tho Faculty, Jno. W. SflM
A. IL, Principal.
Divinity Sohool-Rev. A. M. Shipp, M
Rov. Whitefoord Smith, D. D. ; Ker. A. ?
Leiter, A. M.
Tho first Sossion of tho Sixteenth Coller1'
Yonr begins on tho first Monday in OclM
LS f. 9, tho ?ocond Sossion begins on che flrft Mi'
I day in January, 1870. .
Tho cour8o of studies ind tho slandirJ .
i scholarship rcmnin unchanged, but tho iV.'J
now admit irrognlur students or those ?to .*
to pursue particular studies only.
Tho Schools also open nt lbs samo Ii??.
Tuition por year, in Cullogo Classes, I? j*N
contingent feo, $5i in Specie, or its cqolti!'?,J
Currency. , t . ll
Tuition pcryoar.in Prep?rate:) School, i,!'J,l
log contingent fcc, $11 in currency. J
Rills pnyablo ono half in advance BOJN.FI
Month, from $10 to $L'> In currency.
For further particulars address
A. M. SHUT, ft**? I
St Joseph's Academy]
CONIIUCTBD BV IB!
Sisters of Our Lady of HW
SUMTER, S. 0.
THE Collegiate Exercises of
First Class Institute, wi? NIJL
on tho lit of September. AR
attendance is requested in ?ra
_facilitate- the progress auo j
mont of tho olasscs. Tho now M?K
.pinlooi and ologantly finished, furniant
commodationa for ono hundred bo?r?n\
?xtonjlve grounds and ptllMI ire J
?ir exercise, and young ladies are- *??. K
instructed In English Mathematic",fTWLj
lian, Muslo, Drawing. Painting, ?c.,*t
healthy, ?ir pure, wa-or good, and WJV??
able. For particulars apply to the jPPJf'V
St. Joseph's Aeadomy, Sumter, ai W
rIoreMof tho Sister? of Mercy, OhWli"^
will oudenvor to incot tho prcssuro ox t"