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?it?-* to salajettera o?.?"^*3*j?*A6*g
Bit IJH? ihottld ?ot deter if?y ?fcrt?- psy^
jog tbe small amount d ue the rtatcJk
mo?. Bf ?ry wan wh^Qj.^jm^l^
hU paper.. Pay np ! ^?1 fogg :: ^ |?
" '?Mr' ??ed-ltye at ' i>Aa^^$tf
and Confectionery.. See advertisement;
Light Irosla were seen io thia s?&ieo|
on (be mornings of tho 14th' and IflthJ
Vegetation is still uninjured by it. ,
llfTBBBSTIPfQ X? TH at LAD 1139, '
I? tbe advertisement of M ra. M.
ZEBNOW, which appears io oar oolnmuJ
to-day. Ber Fall and Winter Opouingj
la unusually rieh And beautiful. '
' tar '* ' ' .'.
SJ. C. CK NTH A Ei HAILHOAD.
W. H. PKBONNEAT;, Esq., Treasuf-]
ar, gires notice t hat'the fourth iostal
ment of fire dollars per share ia piya>
ble on tbe 15th of November.
Fire Company, (colored,) were out in
full uniform and strength, Saturday
last, with their now attractive anti
useful machino. The interest man i fea ted
br our colored citizen?, tr? this depart?
ment, is worthy commendable notice.
10* The sprightly letter of our corf]
respondent "Edith Earlton," concerning!
the recent session of Harmony Presby?
tery, at Bisbopville, we regret' to say,]
although io typo, is unavoidable crowd?
ed from our present issue.
IHR REGULAR FARAD?
Of the Sumter Fire Kngiue Company,!
on Monday last, brought out the nd
jackets in foree, and, as is always the!
case, a bevy of pretty girls to witnetSj
their practice. The beautiful "Eagle")
"played" well her part-at each inspir [
ing shout from the boys at tbe brakes,!
aending her glistening spouts higher]
and yet higher above.
TH? DAY .
The people of South Carolina will go
to the polls to Cast their suffrages. It
is an occasion upon which no honest
and intelligent citizen can look without
deep concern, or an unmoved or indiffer
Go to tho ballot box, and there lift
your voice, and the vote you cast agaiust
the misrulo and corruption that now
prevails in tho public affuirs of the
THU COTTON^CIIOP -
Of this section is turning out lighttr]
eren than was calculated upon at tho]
beginning of the picking season.
The complaint is generally coupled!
with the declaration thal, the invest-!
ment in fertilizers has not been profita?
ThjSSajyeaoot price of tho staple is,
too; raKus to the planter, evcu und?r
From the present situation, let our
people learn still another lesson in re?
gard to growing more largely Of broad.
. .? ?' "'-**\
. .. SAVIN?'? BANK. /
It affords us no little plcaau?o to di-]
rectpublio attention to the- advertise
moot of the Citizens Saviog'a Bank of?
Soutjti Carolina, as published in our]
We eongrstulate our oommunity upon]
the establishment of a branch of this)
useful institution at Sumter, with Maj
J. W. DARGAN as Assistant Cashier,!
and Messrs. J. T. SOLOMONS, L. 0
PATE, J. S. RICHARDSON, Jr., and T.j
B. FRASER, OS a local Finance Commit?]
It will, no doubt, under such manage-]
ment, become a popular institution in]
I>OB Ka/riC ENTRRPHISH.
That afir people should eooourage
sod sustain all manner of laudable
domestic enterprise, is a self ev ?d'nt
prinoiple, and one which we have long
proclaimed. In it is involved mutual
advantage and the common good.
In this connexion we refer with muobl
pleasure, to the announcement, by Mr i
AV. J. ANDERSON, as Agent) on another]
column, of buggies, wagons, carriages,'
carts, fto., for aale. Mr. ANDERSON
a master workman, in the literal signi?
fication of the term, sod we invite alli
interested to visit tho establishment]
managed by him.
"GOO? TO KAT??
Scarce an ear upon which such an]
announcement falls with indifference
and if it be, po. chance, where nature is
dedaring ber wants in tones of demand
wbioh cannot be silenced except by
"supply," such words excite an interest
wbioh probably no others eonld produce
Interestingas they are, they come from
a source irom whence thoy may bo ful?
ly realised. Look you to the adver?
tisement of Dr. J. S. HUOUSON'S Family!
Grocery, now managed by Mr. JuNlutq
N. SPAHN. We apeak from experience.
Flour a? white as mow, and cabbage,
"big heads" and "hard heads," and ever]
so many good tbiugs.
Try*** Vein?., Bai*. frt.ha... dpit?rr?. U.^?1
br***e., Afcl.^reese/ OH. Le.(br, Badil.ryfl
Barde,,**, ?od >H, ?**d. kept ia . Irit Wl
Saddlery B/tebltSbmeot," call it J: 8- TJMUM *?
Oo/S., No. .9 ?oath Promt Street, ;.WlljalBgW,|
witt bu? .been With sltvs? or copper Ubi," wbtclfl
^F*?^^" W* PsH-ctshpes. ;0o?W
par.dwttb ragged loos ?od dirty stockings, theil
we be.otifut, }<. say tho lessl Parents., fy lt- ?
k4w_ *Q Ai^BiMiaB ATO?' AttTiYaal
D.h'l b?V. y?or stair. Without banisters, atV
tho rt? of breaking your children's ' neoks-B,
Don't hare woodoo ceilings, tbat require a eordH
of lightwood to illuminate - ibo room. Don'rBL
have windows without gloss, ao th ut whonevur llH
Bina rou inuit-sh ut out th? light' of heavet)?
bn't bay? sashes without blinds, so that tbfH
.summer .un will dussle your eyas,, warp y o or?
furniture and fade your v.rpot. But order a'bW
the - necessary material*' for furnishing 1 y ourfl
bouse ib comfortable ..stye from P. P. ToaleJ
Charleston, 8. 0., tbe largest manufacturer oil
such things In Iho Southern Slnloa. ?
Tbe Five Dollar Sowing Machine purohasadl
by net Januaryr1866, from tho Family Bowing]
Machine Compony, 86 Nacsau'Street, ft Y. hus*
been in almost constant use orer si nco. . It hall
not bean out of or ter onoo. Has oost ootliing?
for repairs, and I lind it simple and reliable InT
I operation, ?nd, alway?, ready to aew. Those]
friends of mino wtm use them with the now 1m I
proveniente' are Tory mnoh pleased. Tho eue l]
bate I would not part wilta.
MRS. ANN W. CUTIIBUKT,
428 West 36tb Street, Now York.
Aug 81- 3ra
This celebrated medloioo bae won adeservodlyf
high reputation nS an alleviator of pain and
Ereserver of health. It has become a houje-l
old remedy, from tho fact that it gives imme-l
diate and permanent-rollof.. It isa purely vego-,
table pr?paration, mado from the best and purest
materials, safe lo keep and to use in every furn
Hy. It is recommended by physicians and perl
sons of all classes, and today, after a public!
tria| of thirty years-the overage life of m mi -j
it stands unrivalled and unuxoolled, spreading!
its asefuluosa over the wide world. Its large
und iucreaslng salo affords positive evldonco of?
its enduring fame. We do not deem lt necessary!
to say much in Its favor us ono small bottlo willi
do more to convinco you of its o IB ency tbnn alls
tbe advertisements in the world. Olve it one fair!
trial and you would not bo without it for tonj
times ita cost. .
Directions nccompnny eaoh bottle.
Sold by all Druggists.
Prico 25 cts., 50., ct?., $1 per bottlo.
A TORPID SYSTEME.
Sometimos, without any ussignablo cause, thc]
physical strength and animal spirits give way,
?and a atrango torpor fulls alike on tho body and
intellect. Thoro is tittlo or n<? pain perhaps, but
the nalual vigor and eln?ticiiy of tho nervousi
and muscular system seems to have departed, audj
Jan indifference to tho plonsurcs of life, and oven
of its grave responsibilities, takes the pince nf timi
earnest interest in both which chum cte rizos evett
well balanced mind when in a healthy condition.
This state of partial collapse is often tho pro
monitory syrup ton? of some serious malu dy. Tt
indloato* unmistakably that the vital powers are
languishing and need a stimulant. In suoh onset
the effect of a few dosos of ll atelier's Stomach
Bitters Is wonderfully beneficial. Tho great tonic]
wakes up tbe system from its drowse. Tho
crotions and the circulations recuivo
new impetus. The relaxed norves
cover their elasticity under the operations of
tbe specific, like the slackened strength of a'
inusual instrument in tho process of tuning.
Lotborgy und debility aro replaced by energy
and vigor, tho tpirits riso, and lifo that almost]
seemed a burdon whllo the souson of depression
lasted, becomes onco moro enjoyable That such
a radical chango should be produced by it rem
edy entirely devoid of the powerful alkaloids am
tninerals so extensively used iu modern practico,
may seem incredible to those who pin their faith1
<>n the medicinal efficacy of active poisons, bud
if these skeptics will take tho trouble to enquire;
of those who have tested tho corrective and al?
ternative virtues of the Bitter, undor the drouin
stances described, they will lind tho statoineut
I to be truo.
BEST SIX COBB
IS NOW THE
[Throat! put up for thc American mirkot|
SIX-CORD IX ALL NUMBERS,
From No. 8 to No. 100 inclusivo.
For Hand and Machine.
THE LEHIGH UNIVERSITY,;
SOC I II HHTMLBIS'^mr, PA? .
An Industrial and Polytcohjiio Institutlot
VWlotf <D<DQ. AGA P?SSUS.
The coorie ls of Foun Years. Two in tbe First
and Second Olassoi. and Two tn one of the
following Teehnloal Sebools: 1, (/lateral Littra'
tare; 2, Civil Engineering ; 3, ?f?ehauieal ?ngi.
Heering y 4, Alining ami Metallurgy ; 6, Anuly
ti eal th emit! ry.
The placo is remarkablo for Ita puro air, good
water, health and beauty of scenery. It is but
31 4 hours by rail from New York and 2 1-2
from Philadelfpiia. The She buildings and llbor
si arrangements for instruction commend it to
parents and students. Apply to tho President.
Students admitted at - >y ?line_
STBW1NU MACH INKS-AGENTS WANT?b
j.Salary $10,000 por year; ?lreulara ard
uamnles of work frso. Address CRYSTAL SKW
IMO WAQHiaa Co., BOSTON, Mass, .
(fri t iA DAY FOR ALU-Stenoll.Topi sam,
f lUplM mailed free. A. J. FULLA M
6.4? Broadway, Y. Y.
nOYAL HAVANA B.OTTrtltY.
Prises cashed and information furnished .by
QKOKJBR UPHAM. Provldenea, B.-I. -r j
IJO els. to $5 per Evening, at Home!
Weare prepared to furnish profitable employ?
ment to Men sad Women at thoir homes. '. One
person In each locality throughout the United
States, can engage In this buslnessat great v/?gei
We send, ?nm?, foll particulars and a valuable
sample, wh Ich will do to com menee work on. Any
person seeing this notice, who wants profitable,
perraanont work, should send us their address,
B.r.Al/sVWN dcCO.. Anamata, Malpe.
A victim of early indiscretion, causing nervous
debility, premstoie dsoay, A?., having tried in
rain ?very advertised remedy, bas discovered s
slmpla means of self-cure, whioh he will send
Free to bte fellow sufTerers.
Addr.i. j, u. SUTTLB, 78 Nassau st., N. Y.
. -?-\' ?.-. :'? .-'.r: - : - ' ftgj
MtmfajXk+lhi ??eds I. ?hew 7??. t?er. M
BACKS ?nd SA ? ATOO A. XOX TR-U?KS. $
?ey want ?Trunk sari lcd for Ladies' work, am
sar? you ?tin ??d U'.\< "f' ?; '
i TO .;
rout satUfaeUou. And If yon make or repa
13 oo ts sad G'u oos, bar? ts tb? pla O* to buy Loath,
ir, French and' American Calf Skins, Goat Uki
ii ? ? >'. ' ._, , , . ' * JJ
Morocco, Split leather, Russets, Oak and How
eek Sole Leather. Therefor? when-you
r? ; . . .. 1 J
ibout what I har?, eon? and'axants? the
ii lacking, Brushes, Shoe Findings, Ae., which ll
ian furnish, wholesale or retail, at prices loj
nab? it an object. ",
ealsoafuet: I have a ot of HATS nt cost to]
dose Invoice. Call at
. James Caldwell's,
OPPOSITE J. T. SOLOMON'S.
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT.
HO FOR BARGAINS!
Cheap Variety Store.!
Ho lins just roturnod from New York with nj
ino soloction of
Fancy Goods, Toys, Con fcc
Urcat Bargains Offered thc Ladle
Everybody-Young und Old, Little and Big
?rill bo served to Ivst uf my ability.
rea at $1,25 per pound*
THOSE SPLENDID SCRUBS at 60c. each
Supt 28-6m F. A. FOLSOM.
MISS E. J). BRITTON
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INVITE
bor friends, and particularly tho
ladies Of Sumter and commu?
nity to call nnd examino
Her Rich and Beautiful Stock!
and Fancy Goods.!
Having selected her goods personally, andi
irith great care, in th? New York and Baltimore
markets,.she feels confident of pleasing all, both
is regards quality, sti le and prue. As usun),
(hero ure many novelties for ibo season.
MISS BRITTON is supplied with a FIRS'
CLASS MILLINER nnd a DRESS MAKER,
rum Baltimore, who are woll qualified for th?
business. Tho fashions procured in New York.
Ladies, call nnd have your Dresses and Hats
nude in the latest styles.
Paper patterns of Dresses, Sscqucs and other
miele? of drona may bo bad.
At the New Store next to J. T. SOLOMON
F HALTOM FOLSOM,!
Watchmaker and Jeweller,]
SUMTER, 8. C.
Calls the attention of Ibo public to bis assort
Jewel r j, Spectacles,!
and a Finn Artlolo of SILVER PLATED WARE,|
Bridal Presents, Ae.
Persons purchasing of him oan rest assured of
getting articles as represented. All work in my|
lin? neatly rcpairod and guaranteed.
Barrett's Build wa, South West Cornet]
Main and Liberty-streets.
State of South Carol ina. |
COUNTY OF -SUMTER.
rpHE UNDERSIONKD, L. 0. PATE, C. E
X STUBBS and MARX E. COHEN, citizens
ot Sumter, hnv? this 20th. day of August, 1870.
ntsoointed themselves in business as General
Merchants under the name of PATE A STUBBS
lt. G; PATE ?nd C. Es STUBBS ar? Genera)
MARX E. COHEN is a Special Partner, ?no
has .invosted in tho business, Four Thousand
DnllsTS In cofh. '' '. ' ,
This partnership to.lnst one. year, fren abftve
Ju to an d be renewable at tho option of Ibo parties,
fSlgned] LV O.'PATB, '
. C. E. SI UB*8> ..
MARX lt. COHEN.
Lumber S Lumber ! !
IHAVE ON HAND AT MY MILL, bMwccnl
(6) fir? and (0) six HUNDRED THOU-I
SANp J>W OF , >
GOOD SEASONED IiVlTIBBll.
which J will sell At reasonable prices, either all
the MILL, or delivered in Town, for whiohl
orders may be left at my Store in Sumter, andi
it will rooeivo prompt attention,
"We iii vite the attention of buyers to the following, which em J
'brace but a few of the goods and prices of . our Stock, and ask all]
to call and see for themselves before making their purchases'..
BROWN SUGAR, - 12 1-2 cts, per lb;.
Best 0. Coffee Sugar, - - 16 cts. per lb.
?Molasses, 60 cts. per gallon-by the Barrel, 45 cts. per gallon.
Lard, - - 20 Cts. per pound.
Cheese, best quality, r . - 20 cts. per pound.
Candles, - - 20 cts. per pound, by the small box.
Good Family Soap, IQ cts. per,pound-by the box 8 cts. per lb.
?Coffee, a good article, . - - - 25 cts. per pound.
Choice Hyson Tea, - - - - $1 per ponnd.
fJhoice Oolong Tea, - - - $1 50 per pound.
Choice English Breakfast Tea, - - $1 25 per pound.
Flour, - - - - $7 to $10 per barrel.
(Our Flour was bought at the time of the greatest decline inj
prices since tho war.) .. .
OF ALL KINDS AT REDUCED PRICES.
A Fine Assortment of Bacon J
AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
'CANDY, 30 els. per pound, best quality.
FANCY GROCERIES, of all kinds.!
?Pure Whiskey, of good quality, at - 50 cts. per quarti
Wines and Liquors of all kinds, at low prices. k
T O 13 -A. O O O . I
A Fino Stock of Tobacco, Snuff nnd Scgnrs, und a Choice assortment of Pipes!
Bought from the Importers. , |^
COATES' COTTON, genuine, - - $1 per dozen.!
[Best "English" Needles, - - 5 cts. per paper.!
Shirtings, 10 cts. per yard-Heavy - 12 1-2 cts. per yard.!
Good Calicos, - - - 12 1-2 cts. per yard.j
?Good DeLains, fashionable styles, - - 25 cts. per yard.!
Empress Cloth, 60 cts. per yard.!
Kid Gloves, all colors, - - 76 cts. per pair.!
Kentucky Jeans. - - : 16 2-3 to 20 cts. per yard.!
?Blankets, .- - - r $2 25 per pair J
[Dress Goods of all kinds. A Fine Stock of Heavy Goods,!
IFancy Goods, Collars and Cuffs, Laces, real and imitation,
Ribbons, Hair Nets, new styles,
Waterfalls, Puffs and Rolls for the hair, India Rubber Goods.
A SMALL BUT SELECT STOCK OF
REAL FRICK PERFUMERY, SOAPS, POWDER ML
PURCHASED FROM THE AGENTS OF THE PARIS MANUFAC
turcrs, at the lowest prices for cash.
A Complete assortment, selected with great care.
A Splendid Stock of Guns?
OF THE NEWEST. STYLES, EMBRACING
''THE RHINE," "0?B FRITZ," "L0TH?IR," fte.
at 50 cents each.!
A NEW AND CHEAP SUPPLY.
LEATHER of all kinds.
CARPETS, DRUGGETS and RUGS.
GOOD BRUSSELS CARPETS, at $1 60 per yard.
STRONG HEMP CARPET, yard wide, at 50 cts. , per yard.|
[Cheap and Good Clothing.
C?TT?N purchased ?? highest market price.
EXOf??NGE on New Yorfc for sale.
Wo intend .to sell oar goods Low for Cash. They have boen bought at th?!
lowest wboioaa4o priocs. andi wo intend giving our customers tho bonefit ot'ourL
bargains, so as to establish tho reputation of A CHEAP AND RELIABLE!
HOUSE. - . .' ? '
CHAS. H* MOISE & ?3?u.
Oct 6 SUMTER, S. C,
tb* ??Ir In ni M .j,? and IlhtalrMkwo. M]
:- tithed fe ?or*???0(1,1?. s^fcj
. . .. :F?MrtW?B??k;l>i^^
[A Btw supply of tho?? VsJuabU b^ke of D<5
String He.Teoward. bj MT? E. PrWOae
Mari Tw?iu'?Innocents Abroad for, th?,
v acribcra will pleas* esJl ft* No? i8 ?nd 1*1
Spare Hour?r (Horm S*bs?*TO,)>j Job?'Browlil
Af. I)., fl rot ? n a - se?? nit Hrl & ?*?
Passages fruin tb? Eogllah Nfl* Books of JU^
F aoiaUt?wtoorn, *y?l. ^;M..^;'.?,V^.1 .
|Th* Heart of tho Continet, a reeord of-- fr*T?H
., aoron th? Plain? and in Orej?n, with an]
examination of the Mormon Fri
Fila Hugh Ludlow, Illustrated...........S.71
^.Frencb, KugUsb and American Kote and
loiter Papen and Kn relopes, together wicha
funeral ?took of Blank Book* and Stationery.,
N. ^-Our MONTHLY LITERARY BULEE
TON will bo ?ont PKBK io pori?n? la the CO*B
try. . '?. j - ?' ''. .
- ?gr- Parions residing' In the country 1*1)1
piena? beor fa mind, tbat by sending order? u> tu
for any bouka publisned In A morice the?'' ?HIM
charged only tb? prie? of tb? book. Wo pay lot
the postag* yr expr?s?.
[Fogartie's Book Depository !
No. 200 KI KO STU KKT, (IN TUB BEND,)
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Oct 6 _-. . "
PERK! N'.B.oV, H OU 8 E 8 *V
NON-EXPLOSIVE KEROSENE LAMP 18]
absolutely safo both from Breaking and Ex?
plosion. Giros twico aa muob Light as ordinary!
Lamps, and uso? 38 per ?eat. leis Oil. Qi veg off]
no udor, ?nd lasts a lifetime. .
For sale by
jr? P. nnowNB,
Ab. 136 Meeting street, and Nb. ftl Broad]
Street, Charleston, 8, C.
Agent for State of South Carolina.
OREEN ct- WALSH, Agonts . (or Sumter ]
Sept 6-- Sui.
C. GR A VELE Y,
DIRECT IMPORTER OF
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNSJ
?NO. 52 Eiist Bny St. South of tba Old Post Office]
CHARLESTON, S. C. '
Oct 6_? ' ' _tja
FOR ALL KINDS OF
Books and Stationary,
' Go to EDWARD PERRY,
149 Mcoting.atreet, opposite Charleston Hote?.|
Oct S _ Cm
FOR PRINTING and BLANK BOOK]
MANUFACTURING and RINDING in all'
U branches, go to - EDWARD PERRY,
?US Muoting-atroet, opposite Charleston Hotel.]
Oct 6-_. ' 6m
ASPECIALITY, FLOUR-SA OKS, PAPER;
BAGS and WRAPPING PA Phil,
At EDWARD PERRY'S.
149 Meeting-street, opposite Charleston Hotel.]
Pot 5_? . _iin^
PAVILION HO T EL,!
CHARLESTON, S. C.
BOARD. PER DAY, $3.00.
[noBT. nAnii.Tox, > una. n. L. BOITKBPIKLP,
Orr f>_'_ ? '
:J. E. SU ARBS,
HAS ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF FUR?
NITURE, fur leas than nan be obtained In any
Southern market, saving both freight and Tjsjt.of
breakage by Railroad. With experience In 'tbls
branch i?f burines? in tba City of Charleston, for
twenty five year*, and ha* lng the advantage* ol
the beat Manufacturers, be is offering Aral eiasa
work of willoh efery M nlolo sold ls warranted.
The stock connut? of j
Sofas, Sido Hoards. Book Oise*. Wardrobe* |
Washstands, Bureaus, Cottage Setts, Whatnot?
Mahogany, dine and Wood Seat RoeklngChnlra
Malign nj. Cane and Wood Seat Setting Choir*
Trundle Bedsteads and Cottage- Bedsteads
Every style Looking Glasses and Mattrasse*.
FIVE HUNDRED PAIR WINDOW SHADES
Just reoeiaed. together wilta s> Jot of WALL PA'
PER AND BORDERING.
Main Street, opposite Express Office.
J. E. Suares,
Feb 21-tf _ ? /
EXECUTOR'S SA L?
O \m Xui j?k. 3NT X> .
BY-CONSENT OF THE PARTIES INTER.
HUTED in th? Heal Est?t* of Mrs. MAR
HAUET MCLEOD, (locensoil, acoovdlng to Ike
ternis of her. will. I will sell a? Sumter Court
House, rm sn1u?-day tri ftnvcmbor noxt, w irk et
nf lund belonging tn said Ratal*, In the County
Hf Sumter, in iii* State qi South Carolina, ' eon.
tajnlrig TH UER HUNDRED A*ND tWH!#tY
WK ACHES, mora or U^Jweiudid' North by
fand af John Montgomery and Samwsl' ?,
Ucftrte, KdW b/Iarid of J. H. Wilson. South by
rand ot lf?M..mWand West* by laud of Estate
TKRMS :.. u?e half erteh dad th? bMirtfc? on
eredlt of twelve months, with Interest, th? pay-|
inert t. to bo isonrerl.by Bond of tho purcharor
with mortage of ibo premise*.
. Purebasera to pay fer ' papers ?r>d ala mps.'
' O. M. Mc I-HOD, Executor.
0?t 5 rid .
fewj i - y$ ItsnrAi-iv AND :
IV"? b#f to-fflfom oir rH?nd?, patron* and all el
..eat wa hate\>peoael a larg?
W H OL ES AI
_ne*t doer te our t at all at pt?, wbcre we will ?ho w a
?owaat ngaree for oAaa or ?i ty,acceptance.
?goodf a*ckrd la one bo*. '
I ' VT? gaarantea t* a*ujw tb? ta?nest?toek abd al ju
aare and ? ?ami ne our a took (before fou arab*} uj
" , v ?& ' -V
I MR. Joint q. A BAHS U erith a?, abd wilt be?twa
^natot-nca? avery altonion pof&lbl*. . !
1 . ' vr^ > Respectful),
??M?^?*av^_^^v^^^^^^ . s
hereat Carolina MarlBoq/'j
[A Popular Mid Scientific Vhsw of their Origin*
Oeulofleel. Position ?DU Age. . Ah>?, VMU
C hf io leal Character und Agrie ut ta rut V*le?*
Together with a History of iholr Discovery mid-j
Development. Having *f? colored plate*. Dyf
Profesor P. 8. Holme?, of Cu?rle?t?n, 8, Cl
(Oneoffti*Dl*ew?*V? V ' ' I
rntiilS ^?RK 18 NOW I? PRES
1 and will be abortiv publl>hed. Apply ut
HOLMES BuOK HOUSE, Klug Street
1, Rcssona for Publishing thia Pamphlot; 2.'
l8elentlfl? Tarma and popular Na moa. :
| 3, Nausee R?von ta tho Phosphat? Re??; <
Earliest Nptloe of Phi sphata Rock*. .,.
. 6, GeoloRleal lliatory aid Order of Succession'
of the Fossiliferous Eada of tub Charle? ton Jtus,ln,
with colored illustration?. ' . 4 .
6, Socaba Bnbratone or SlHclfled ShoU-Foirae
tlou; 7, Meloceno Heda!
8, Plelocehe Bed* ; 9, Foat-Pleloceoe.Bcde; Age]
or the Ph o ?ph uto H gc ka.
. 10, Phosphate-Kook Basins, tba pr-o historio
.ge of man? , ' . . Jj
ll; Recent or Ulatorioal Age; I J, .What ar
Fifrslts end Pelrcfietlona.
13, Origin .of the Phosphate Rock?, with coi
'?14, Hoer, the Nodalca war? converted into
[phosphate Rock*, with colored pluto ; 16, "Fl '
I Bc d bf the C h a rles tou B ? a i n." '
10, Tb, ?Great Carolinian Marl Red 17,|
?Comparison of Marla nssocieted with the Phos
Bjhnie Rock ?nd those not thu* associated,
la, Comparison pf. the San tee. Cooper, an
Ashley Marl*) Iv, Green Sand?.
20, Use of Ground or Raw phosphates as* a
Fertiliser ; 21, P?oovery ?Dd Derelopmont of the
Caroliaa Phosphat? j 22. When and boar if
Rock wa* fl'st found; 33, Discovery of tho Roc
KN a/fat. .
24, Ulscovory of ?tone ?rroar-heade and - ?toa
?ha lehet j 36, Human bone* uk an fi om Ibo snroe]
|bed ; 20, Coprolite? in caverne or pockets ; 37,
Loiter of Professor Ho! ir ea, September 17l?J
1868, recapitalatlag the history of the Carol!,
ha Phoaphale* an their vuluo aa ascertained,
August,. 1867.? > - ' - . .
28, Letter of Dr. Pratt in reply > 29, Who aro]
90? Why the discovery wa* not made long ego
I, Wha*. baa been done In thia new doparttuco
if commerce, and what li now being done]
towards the development of the South Carolin
31, Llat of orgaslaed Companies engaged in
inlng and manipulating these rooks, with carda]
Iof each Company ? L
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