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THE T1IJBE& CH?1BS.
Obey sat alone by the bright wood fire,
The gray haired durne and aged rire,
Ih-caruiiig of days gone by ;
The tear-drops fulton each wrinkled cheek,
They both bad ; h oughts they could not speak,
AuuWach heart uttered a sigh
For their sad and tearful eye ilcj-cried
Three little chairs placed tide by side
Against the stttin: -room wal! ;
OM fashioned enough ns there they stood,
Their Beat? of dag and their frames of wood.
With their backs so straight and tail.
Then tho sire shook bis silvery head,
And with trembling voice he gently sold :
.'Motlier, tl?e*e empty chairs!
They bring ne such sad, sad thoughts to-nigb
We'll put them forever out of sight
lu the suiall dark room up stairs."
But she answered : "Father, not yet;
For I look at them and I forget
That the children were away.
" The boys come back, and our Mary, too,
With her apron on, of checkered blue,
And sit herc every day.
"Johnny comes back from thc billows deep,
Willie wakes from bis battle field sleep,
T say good night to .no;
Mary's a wife and n mother no more,
But a tired child whose play-time is o'er,
And comes to rest at my knee.
"So let them stand there though empty now,
And every time when alone we bow
At the Father's throuo to pray,
We'll ask to meet the children above,
lu our Sa\iour's home of rest and love,
Where no child goeth nway."
- Lite is hali .?peut before we knov,
what it is.
- He who ??ends the storm steers th<
- No n-an has a right to do as ht
pleases except wnen he pleases to d(
- Transported for life-the man whe
- Why is a young lady before mar?
. riage never right? Because she is ali
- Wisdom is the olive which springs
irvin the heart, blooms on the tongue,
und bear fruit itt thc actious.
- Ho who sins against man mr^y feat
discovery, but he whs sins agaiust God
is sure of it.
-Learn to make the moet of evan
, Jtrumblc resources, and you will be sur?
prised how far they may be made to
-Educate the whole man-the
head, the heart, the body; the head to
think, thc heart to feel, aud the body to
-Alluding to chignons, Mrs. Clever
said : "A girl now seems all head."
"Yes, till you talk- to her," growled
One hundred and fifty thousand dol?
lars have been raised in San Francisco
fer the establishment of a first-class
- A gentleman the other evening
objected to playing cards with a lady
because he said she had such a winning
way about her.
- In answer to a ;.'orrcspoodent who
wrote to a country editor, asking if bc
might send him "something to fill up
with," the editor replies,-"certainly
let it be a barrel cf flour and a quarter
-What more appropriate New Year
gift can be made to a friend at a distance
than to send a good weekly newspaper,
which wit] keep thc donor in constant
remembrance throughout the year?
-The family is the school for beaven.
How dear is every word io the house?
hold vocabulary! Patent and child,
husband and wife, brother and sister,
lover and friend-a vii tuc is in each.
They are steps in :hc heavenly ladder.
-Inquietudes of mind cannot be
prevented without first eradicating all
your inclinations and passions, the winds
?md tide that preserve the great ocean
of human life from perpetual stagnation.
- \ physician said of aqnack that "he
was such an ignoramus that, if he could
take a lantern and go dowu inside his
patient, he couldn't find out what the
-Life is a book of which we have
but one edition. Let each day's actions,
as they add their pages to the inde
struct ?lie volume, be such as we shall be
willing to have an assembled world to
-An Illinois grocer had an empty
kerosene barrel which he wished to
clean oat to pack pork in, so he lit a
match and pat i'. in the bung-hole.
That was the last public act of bis life,
as he v.a^ blown clear out of the coun
- A philosopher who had studied
out almost everything, says he is satis?
fied that thc reason why girls arc in the
habit cf pouting out their lips is because
they are always willing theirs should
meet yours half way.
-A Western editor, on entering bis
office, and seeing his apprentice boy
cutting some queer caper>, sailed out to
him, ".Jim, what are you doing on thc
floor?" "Why, sir, I have had a shock."
"A shock ?" ' Yes, sir." "What kind
of a shock ?" "Why, sir," said the lad,
gasping, "une of yur subscribers came
in durit.^ your absence-said he owed
for two year's subscription-paid it
and also paid another year in advance "
-Never be sorry for any generous
thing that yon ever did, even if it was
betrayed. Never be sorry that you
were magnanimous, if tlie man was
mean afterward. .Never bc sorry that
you gave. It was right for you to give,
if you were imposed upon. You can rot
afford to keep on the safe side by being
mean. Yon lind heiter many times tu
your life, fur thc sake of keeping your,
self in thc pr-.etice ol benevolence, do
things that arc questionable, rather than
BO narrowly that vou will always be on
the side of enid caleula.. . Give your
heart awne head way, anc iu the long
run it will bo safer for you.
-The oldest stove probably in thc
United States is the one which, warms
th5 hall ot Virginia's capitol, io Kich
moud. lt was made in langland and
sent to Richmond in 1770 and warmed
tho House of Burgesses for sixty years
before ii was temo ved to it? present
location, where it has been for thirty
.years. It ka? survived thrtc British
monarchs ; lias been contemporaneous
erith four kingly monarchies, two re?
publics and two imperial governments
*f Prance The greet Itvpwtfr of
Jkm -?e? ha* been tosn by rn*et uaUtrifer
the breaches partly healed, aol still the
S vi?] ?'eve re mai as ansaovati ia tbe midst
. of a?.
YORK VILLB, S. C.
Jr^K THE FIRST SESSION OF 1
.JRT??U COLLEGIATE YKAR of 1871,
^Kfjpgt begin on the 1st of FEBRUARY,
jKjt?? l'jsocn tho 20th of JUNE
4B?r Second Session ? i M bogia oo the i
JUNE, and close OD the 9tb ot NOVEMBBR.
This In; ti tut ion is famished with a fall Cc
of experienced Teachers.
TERMS FOR THE YEAR,
Parable one-half oo Entrance-?ne Fourth
the 1st cf Jety, aad the remainder tm the
of Oct? ber.
Boarding, inclddlog Fuel and ?Light?*...$I5(
Tuition in Collegiate Coarse - - 5(1
Tuition in Preparatory Department*..... 2C
Tuition in Juvenile Department. 2f
Instrumental Mssic anJVuic of Piano... 65
Private Vocal fitatimr.,r?? W
Vocal Lesions in Classes.._..".. ' **-T 17
Sacred Music..1, S
French and German, each......... SO
Latin and Greek, each. 10
I will leave Florence on the 1st of Februa
and ?ill take charge of any pupils goifcg
For Circohrs apply to
Kev. JAS. DOUGLAS, President
.Those who pay strictly according to the abt
terms, will bare their washing doce with?
Jan ll _lm
French and English
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOO
FOR YOUNG LADIES ANO CHILDREN,
Ko. 18 RUTLEDGE AVENU,
Charleston, S. &
Tbe coarse of instruction is thorough and a
perintended by experienced teachers. A pracl
cal and accurate knowledge of the French La
gu?ge will be secured by careful instruction, ai
by its habitual use in the family, ami", ss far
possible, in the school.
Miss WINSTON refers by pero?s?on, to tho fe
Rev. W. B. W. How*.Charlestot, S.
Wm. B. Pringle, Esq.....Charleston, S. I
Jas. T. Wellman, Esq.............Cbarles:o*, 8. i
John Y. Stock, Esq.Charleston, S.1
Dr. J. E. Holbrook.Cburlet ton, S-1
The Rt. Rev. John Johns.Bishop of V
Tbe Rt. Rev. J. Freeman Young.
J. Randolph Tacker, Esq., (formerly Att'y Oe
of Va,,).Baltimore, M
Gen. John B. Gonion...Atlanta, U
lion. E. A. Nisbet.-.M<t:on, G
hev. J. C. Stile?,.Richmond, V
Richard J. Arnold, Esq.lirynr. Co. G
T. C. Nisb-'t. Esq.Macon, G
J. Gadsden King, Esq.Savannah. G
Robert Stiles, Esq._.Rio>mendnV
Applloatiens maj be owde by letter ai
dressed us abofo.
YORKVILLK, S. C.
#TII? First Session of the School ye<
of 1871 will begin OD the 1ST 0
TcRNS.-For Stbool Exp< nf er. t.e
Tuition, Books, Stationery. Ac
Boarding. Fuel, Lights and Washing, $135 I
currency, per session ol Dve mootbs.
For circular* containing fall particulars, anpi
to OL. A. COWARD,
Principal and Proprietor.
Doce ?aber 21 _fit
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AND ALL DESCRIPTIONS Ol
Schoo! Stationary, Schoo' Pens, Copy Booki
?dall varieties of Blank Books. Dray ing Pa
pers, Bristol Boards, Pencils, Drawing Card
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FORGATIE'S DOOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW CATALOGUE, KO. I.
FORSYTHS LIFE OF CICERO, 2 S'OLS. D
one, with illustrations, third American ?vii
Bo..ks and Rending : what Books shall I Read
and how to Read them, bj Porter......... 2,0
The Bottom of thc Sea, by L. 8onrel, ( ! he
Bronchitis, and Kindred Diseases, bj Dr.
Memoirs of the Life and Services of the Rt.
Rev. Alonso Potter, D. D.. LL D.. Bishop
of Pcnnsjlvania,bj M. A. DeWolfe Howe,
Coughs and Colds; or. the Prevention,
Cauto and Cure of varions affections of
tho Throat, Ac, by Dr. Hall, author of
"Health bj Good Living." Ac. ...Lol
Religio Chcmiei-Essays bj George Wilson,
F. R. S. E. of Edinburg.....2.0I
Abbeys. Castles, and Ancient Hulls of Eng?
land and Walct ; Their Legendary L<?re
and Popular History, by Job? Timba,
Tho Legendary Ballards of England and
and Scotland, compile! ky J. S. Roberts...\M
A New Dictionary of Quotations, from the
Greek, Latin, and Modern Languages, with
an Extensive Iudex ta every important
Wonderful Balloon Ascents-A Ilistorj of
Balloons, Ac, from the French, bj Mar?
Thc Cornie History of England, bj A Beck?
ett, with 20 colored Etchings and 200
The Comic History of Reme, by A. Becke??,
illustrated by Leech.3 75
The Comic Blackstone, bj A. Beckett,' with
illustrions bj Cruikshank*....$2.50 ard 1.50
Mother Goose in a New Drrrs, $3.75. Moth?
er Goose's Melodie*, with notes, maxie,
and an account of the Goose or the Ver
gnnso Family. ?J.75
(These arc the great rival edition?of "Deer
OM Mother Gc-W)
History of English Literature, in a Series of
B'f.grapuiral Essa T., by Collier, LL. D-... 1.75
The Rudiments of Color* and Coloring, with
the nature of Figmeai** Ac. by Field.2.00
Thomas Claimers, a Biographical Study, by
Jas. Dodd*.. _1.75
From Egypt to Sinai-Tw^Exodos of the
rhildren of Israel, by Prof. Gs- .sen.1.74
Memoirs ol the Life and Writiag? of Tho?.
Chalmers, by bil soft tn law, Jr. Hanna.
Memoirs of Wm. Ellery Channing, with Ex?
tracts from Correspondence. Ac. 2 vol?...3.50
Millers Almanac for 1871-interleaved.
A large aad varied assortment of rocket aad
DIARIES FOR tefl.
Photograph Album*, Writing Albums, Autog?
raph Albara*. Our vari- ties nf thea? beautiful
articles are unsarnasved and cheap.
WRITING DESKS. WRITING CASES AND
PORTFOLIOS, embracing every variety of
styles, from $1 op to $20.
Especial attention bas been giv- n tn ear Ju?
venile Der artracnt. Oaf aasortment Uurrasuallj
large. a? d great esr? bas been takea to select
good hooks f?r the yoong ef alt ages.
BIBLES AND PRAYER BOOKS.
A large stock of Enrli?b Family and Poket
Bibles and Episcopal Prayer Books, emhraeiajr.
all the newest edition? and style* of bindings.
The price? of Bible* and Prayer Books hate keen
greatly reduced. Oor stock cflVra as large a va*-,
rtety aa ean be had, and at the REDUCED PRL
N. B. Oor MONTHLY LITERARY BULLE
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Jan ll _ * j
REEDER ft D?flfy
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Oat 1? ;>tia
IO THE WORKING CLASS.-We are now
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for the ?pare moments. Business new, light, asl
profitable. Persons of either see easily earn
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stm try demoting their whole time to the business.
Boys and girls earn nearly as much as men*
That all who see this notice rosy send their ad?
dress, and test the bosioess, we make the on
paralleled ?fier : To seen es are not well satis?
fied, we will tend $1 to pay for the troable of j
writing. Fall particulars, a valuable sample
which will do to commence work ou, and a eopy
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Jest published, anew edition of Pr. CULVEIU
WEIL'S CELEBRATE? ESSAY on the radical
nert (? irkyut medicine) of SPBKaUToRr-.lHRA or
seminal Weat DOSS, Involuntary Beatie*! Losses,
tapesKBCT, Mental ead Mysical Incapacity, Im?
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TbeeeJebrWed eather, in ft? admhaWe esesy,
clearly demonstrates, fro? a fbirty y? ?rs' e?<v
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of self abete may be radically eared without tba
dangerous ?aa of internal medicine er the sppli
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poet statt ps. _ _ .. _
to? - ^jf^^^mmimWy ^?i's t
laT WmmffWrw xmrnywini ipi Minx ?nee*
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- Shoulders, bhdsJ; Sfteoked Western Rib.
f i Sides, hhds. ; Breakfast Strips, liiots, OJ?- ;
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LARD-Pare Prime Natara] ard Extra, in
tieroes, bbls. sod tabs.
Extra Fice Table Batter, tabs.
Bett Factory Cheese.
' COFFEES-Jars, Lsgayre, Rio, ail grades,
FLOURS-nil grades ; SUGARS-all grade* ;
MOLASSES and SYRUPS-all grades;
CRACKE S-all kinds, in bbls. and
boxes ; RAISINS,' Choke Lem?
ons and Oranges. Bottled
Ale and Porter, English
A American, in cases
Chewing Tobacco, caddies/ quarter and half J
boxes ; Catawba Wino, Choice Scupper -
nong Wine, California Heck Wine,
Clarens, Raspberry Syrup, Black?
berry Brandy, Jellies, Esseuces,
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Liquors,- Groceriea, Segars, TAHICCO, tte.
F?r ante, at wboletalc only, by
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Bagging & Peanut Bags.
35 OOO *DS BAa^Isa* ^ *??*iu,w?
*25,0?0 Pea NUT BAGft*
Per suie by
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Molasses and Corn.
J gO BUDS AND B?S MOLASSES,
. 1,5(00 bushels CORN,
For sale by
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Butter and Cheese.
gQ ?UBS PRIME GOSHEN CUTTER,
- . J>i Boies CHEESE. j .
for sale by
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Soap, Candles, &c
2l?0 Boxes CANDLES.
Backets, Brooms, Wrapping Papor, Twine
Coperas, Nails, Spirit Casks, Glue, Hoop Iron,
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Dealers and Manufacturen1 of Steam Engine?,
Pea Nat Machine?, Sogar and other Mill?, Gin
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Still?, and ?ll kinds of Casting? ami Machinery
made or repaired. Also, Parking ead Beliing,
Wood Moulding, Brackets, Newell Perts, Stair
Kalling, Ac, of the latest patterns.
HART & BAILEY.
Sept U _?tn?
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Blinds end Doers,
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Meeting and Ha?cl Streets.
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Cbarlsete? enditado* o tae WlLM??ttO!.
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Engineers, Boiler-Makers, Ac.,
.No?.4, 6, 8,10 A 12 PRITCHARD St.
(NEAR THE DRY DOCK),
CHARLESTON} SO. CA?
Steam Engines and Boilers,
MA KINE, STATIONARY A PORTABLE
Rice Treshers, and Mills of
Shafting Pullios 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 Uk
New York, Baltimore or Piula*
JUDSON'S CELEBRATED GOV
EB??OR AND STOP TALVE,
which are ?rat oo all of otar Engines.
Old Carolina Bitters.
A Delightful Tonic.
WE TAKE GREAT .PLEASURE Bf OF.
. ?EBING TO?
QJUD CAROLINA BITTERS
ft* th? pa ?lie. . They ar? eompaun?cd wita great
?ire, aqd contais sofa? of lbj beet Jtnicim the
?barraacaiua. Jai cride ? ai Af the-*up cri od ty of
-oar BITTFKS over air others, we bare -eejtifi?
ca tes frora many of the leading physicians in oar
State, who ban: prescribed them ia tnsir prac?
The Old Carolina Bitters!
Will be found invaluable for
WANT OF APPETITE, GENERAL DEBIL
ITY, CHILLS AND FEVER' AND DYS-1
We do not oder oar BITTERS se a core for all
diseases, but ss an Aromatic Tonie, they bare no
For sale by Druggist and Grocers everywhere.
Goodrich Wineman & Co,,
cnoicK mues AND CHEMICALS,
Feb lg-ly_Charleston, S. C.
P. P. TOALE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
?Largest endmost droplets*\
Manufactory of Doors, Sashes, I
Blinds. Mouldings, Ae.P ia the f
Southern States. )
/^-Printed Pri?e List Deles Competition.-^
f?~ Send fur one
?&* Sect Free oe Application.
April 6 ly
GEO, W, WILLLUES &C0.,|
Proprietors Carolina Fertilizer.
CHARLESTON, S- O
WILLUM STB?BNIE k CO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, liY.
Liberal A dean ces made en Colton and Pt?., ?tee
sh i ired to na lu Charleston or stew Ye ric.
Agent's fer Beard's Lnek, Enasta ned Beeil?
Tie. Butler asd Swell's Ties.
J. E. ADGEE&CO.,
taeoaraas o? Dauwraa a?
HARB 1ST ? RE 9
CWL?RT;aUNS, BAR WON, STEEL,
? S. Adger,
ki WcD. Brown,
E. D. Robiasoa,
G. H Monett,
J. Adger Smyth,
ll? Mcetieg Street,
62 East Bar Street,
CHARLESTON, 8> C.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
TVs wefl known aejdT peskier FTEST-CLAt
HOTEL, sitaste* in fe? centre of tte city,
a?so lu the eeo?rs of the Wholesale ~
H oe eas. affords fseHitiee, esta forts end i
ta Travelers rei Fasasve sad Merchants ea I
Bue^ecss, necead to Boee ta ths United .State.
The Grea* K?d?cftl Discovery!
Pr. .W<iT,rTTIg8 CrU.TFOBglA
|i I HoBdMds of ?hoosaa?s 2s
o J Bear tesamccy to their vtnOartalf &
f |5 B Ct?sv^ro Effect?. $*?
M g WHAT AM THEY? g 12
kfl THEY ABB MOT. A VtLB
M<ide of Poor SOD; Waister, Proof Spir
Ue. end Barbae Zdcroor?, doctored, spi?ed.
aj^awsstonail tonie? se ti ?et astv?,eaifed Ro?dos*
? App?tit, " BeHoreia," Aa., thu lead the
Medidae, made from the satire Koota ead
Dorbe-e/ CaOiiorahwiTee tram all Al cohollo
Stimulante. They aro ; So GREAT BLOOP
CXPJjB, a perfect Renovator ead InTigecator
et th?Systero.crxryiagalraU poiaceoosmetter,
andsestcciag ?hetdcodto ? healthy condition?
Kp person ea& tahetheae Bitters? according to
JUiSnaaa, ?ad remain tong towan.
?100 wi^ be given far an incrirahlo case, pro
vtoW thehonee are tn* destroyed by mineral
. eofeeae or eteee- tseaee, end the estai organs
vestedbeyond the oem? ef repair,
ipr Ijaflaxamsiory ?nd Chronic Bheo
miteeat Fevers, Jjtfaeeeee of the Blood,
f_jvgj., Kidney?, end Bladder, thee? Bit?
ters hare been ?fees smtessM. _ Buen Dis?
nessa sw ceased br Vitiated Blood, whick
fe leaemlr seodnced try d?rapassent cf. the
???efinvigorate the stotnaeb, and stimulate
tte torpid llTer and bowefe, whian reader them
oToocnaaUedeflfeaey in ebenere* the Mood of
all impud?e?! and imparting new life ?ad rigor |
^f^spepnsT^1* Indignation, Beedacbe,
Fain ?the Bnouldcrs, O ?ana, TxhtoeaiTofthe
Chest, Dlxsmsea, Sour ?tomach, Bed Taste ta
thoJtnuth, B??oua Attacks, Palpitation of the
Beert, 'Copious Dfeehsigee af Urina, Pain ta
-the leesons of the gtdnaya, ead a hundred other
painful symptoms which ere the Oflrpilisys of
DyspepeU areeored by these Bitters.
Cleanse the vitiated Blood wncne iee ywi ma
tu impurities bozsains; Uuowxh tne akin in Tixa
pfeaTEtupttene, or Buses: eleaaoett when it is
foul, and Tonr?oeliagx will tell you wheri. Keep
tteweedtajxe ead the health ef thesratettwOI
t%H, TAPS, and other WORMS, hnkfesy ta
Fer full directions, reed carefully the ?reola?
ad each bottle, printed n foor l*njrus*i>e-,
Proprietor. B.JL li^NAXDlt CO
fri as lets ?nd ? ne eral inrnts
Baa FraSjcfem, (feffiornla, and tl and? Conv
^jg^^LD^BY ALL DBTOOJBTB ASP.
Aeg 17 ly
Coughs, Colds, &c.
For th? Speedy Relief and Per
manent Cure of
CO V8UKPTI0K ,
A sd all Diseases of the
LUNGS, CHEST, OR THROAT!
I^HE EXPECTORANT is composed
' exclusively of Herbal and" Mucilaginous
Permeate the very Substance of lite Lvngs
causing them to threw off the acrid matter which
collects ia the Bronchial Tabes, and at the tame
time (arms a soothing coating, relieving the ir
ri atien which produces the cough.
The object to be obtaiaed is ( i ci can rc the
organ of all imparities ; to noarUh ead >trecgtb
en it,when it bas become impaired and enfeebled
by disease; to renew and invigorate the circa li lion
of the bioed, and strengthen the aere?os orgau
isstioB. Tbs EXPECTORANT does this to an
astonishing degree. It is active bat mild and
congenial, imparting functional energy and
natural strength. It affords Oxygen to vitalise
the blood, end Nitrogen to assimilate the Bat?
ie eqaallaea the "nerroue influence,"
producing quiet sad composure.
It rs invaluable, SJ it immediately reliares the
difficult breathing aud barrassiog. cough which
attends that disease.
Ti is s sp?cifie-ene dese often relieving the dis?
tressing choking, and producing calm aar*
No mother should ever be with oe! a bettie ef the
EXPECTORANT in the house. We bare
numerous certificates of its having relieved,
almost instantly, the little sufferer, wheo death
appeared almost inevitable.
MOTHERS BE ADVISED !
Keep it on Hand !
This dread disease requires prompt action ; aa
seen as the hoarse, hollow cough U heard, apply
the remedy? and it ia essity sabdeed ;
BUT THE BELAT IS DARG?R?tS?
feaV The properties of the EXPECTORANT
are deeaalcect, ngtritite, balsamic, soothing, and
healing. It bracee the nervous system and pro
f asea pleasant aaa* refreshing sleep
It Exhilarates and Relieves
Gloominess and Depression.
Containing all these qualities iu a convenient
ead eeooeatrated form. It bas proveo to be tba
?WT VALUABLE LSR? BALSAM
ever offered to safaren (rea Pahnoaary diseas?
WM e H? TUTT,
ff*ff* by Druggists
SFAKTAaHTSG c. ai*
REV. A. M. SHIPP, D. D" President ead
"c Predator Meeta! ead Moral Seicaee.
DAVID DUNCAN, A M" rVofeatsr Atmest
. I saga agis ead Uteraiare.
a?V. WHITS!OOED SMITH, D. D., Professor
tsi jiBs? Tiitinrt
WASaiN SUPS*, A M-, Profess* Natara!
" Pride os
JAS, ?. CASUSLB, 1. Mu, Professor Mathe
BIXA H- LESTER, A. M^ Professer History
.. and Sibiles 1 Ltfemtere.
^mlt?^te^icM?r. ?. M. Sb?pp, j). D.
a^W^ta^rd Satlth, 3). P. ; Bee. A. H
^1 j'lafiil aTeaet<a <if Ile Psetaseeslk fTnisigJaJi .
? ?esarhagias aa Aa first Monday . ia Oeteeer,
tt|yr the sawn il Tlenjajn beglpi pti,ihe Inti] M JU
a?ss?^SSlfc* had dre rUadard sf'f
se?>atoishS|FB^Bsalc smeatiii?iii, hat the Peealty
ae^j^ioatairr HiHm O thaw th? vrka :
N?2W F Alfil AND WINTER DRY GOODS
JUST OPENED AT
8TOLL, WEBB cfc OO.,
Mos. 287 AND 289 KING- STRETT,
RETAH. AND WHOLESALE.
We beg to inform our friends, patrons and alt citizens of Sumter, and the adjoining cut'
bat we have opened a targe w M
WHOLES ALS STORE.
AT KO. 28? KI?G STREET,
lest door to our i eta il store, whore we will show a full asaortmaot of cheap DRY GCOD* ai th
owest figures for CASH or city acceptance. 41 ttl0
This arrangement ts especially convenient for country buyers, both ladres ami gentlemen
1st. Select all your piece gcod* at wholesale ; then visit the retail store and have all* of
pods packed in ono box. Jonr
W* guarantee to show the largest stock and at just as low figures as can bc found in the
Se sure and tsamine our stock (N-fore you tueke up your bill) at No. 2S9 King street. ' '-'
STULL. WEBB & CO.
Hst. Joa.f G. ADAMS is with us, and will be always ob band, ready to give Li? fricn<ls std
|uaii.tanoe* every attention possible.
Respectfully, STOLL, WEBB A Cf,
Sept 28-6m * UU
FOR THE CURE OF ALL FORMS OF
ByspepsU./^?^^^^^^^^^^j^N gestion, Re
Appropriate in all eases where a TJDIC is required ; and for those recovering from Acute
Diseases, it is a wonderful recuperative.
Mannfactured by W. H. CHI FEE k CO.,
207 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
Ocr 5- 6m
Fever and Af pie
Always Marp* Hate Chilli.
This Medicine has been before ti te Pub?
lic fifteen years, and ia still ahead of all
other known rem odies. It doe? not purge,
doe? not sicken the stomach, is perfectly
sale in any doje and under all circum?
stances, and ia ?ho only Medicine fiat will
and permanently every farm oe! Ferrer
and Ague, because it is a perfect Anti*
dote to Malaria.
Sold by all Druggist*.
Hay 4 ly
FOR SALE BY
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
148 Bay Street, Savannah,
241 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
151 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
l?or farther particular*, apply or address as
seers fer paraph let.
SHAW'S COTTON SEES HULLER
A*eB!e-BBMHE * CO.,
Factors mut Covamtmtm Merchants,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
MM?? j? y . " ' ly
TOK MILLS H0FSE?
Cbar?estoa, S. C.
ZMAYV bees reoewtlv and tbemegely ;
erated ead rstatted, is BOW the i
ktttew Htaelisft*eot Scrrtli
-sj**** t fm
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
A dressing which
is at once agreeable,
healthy, and effectual
for preserving tb?
hair. Faded or gray
hair is soon restored
to its original color,
vrith the gloss and
freshness of youth.
Thin hair is thick?
ened, falling bair checked, and bald?
ness ofxn, though not always, cured
by its nee. Nothing can restore the
hair where the follicles are destroyed,
or the glands atrophied and decayed.
But such as remain can be saved for
usefulness by this application. Instead
ef fooling the hair with a pasty sedi?
ment, it will keep it clean tina vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from those deleterious substances which
make some preparations dangerous, and
injurious to tho hair, the Vigor can
only benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for a
nothing else can be found co desirable.
Containing neither oil ncr dye, it does
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Or. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
PEACE CAL IUD AJAXTKOAL CHIMBES,
FBI CE ILOO,
DA. A- J. CHIi A, Agent tt Somier, S. C.
AC FIRST PREMIUM &t
$J IMPROVED FAMILY ?lJ
$12.50 clear profit per dar. $75-00 per week.
$300 per aaontb made BAB- bj any LADT or
GEBTLEMAB introducing thu GESCISE and OBI
ois AV 0u> FAVORITE. Witb in nan; new and
practical additions, daking tbe most complete
? combination of valuable and useful improvement!
ever effected in any oae machine. The embodi?
ment of extreme simplicity, efficiency and utility,
entirely different in model and design from any
low priced machine. It ia the mott serviceable,
elegant and reliable FAMILY SBWIBO MACHISB
ever invented, gives perfect satisfaction wherever
introduced. Has received PBEMILKS. ?t?odthe
test of 19 years, and is fatly approved of by erery
lamily who have them in use. Is aoiseles-*, m&kes
the strong and beautiful ELASTIC LOCK STITCI.
with wonderful rapidity and cewTAurrr. Sews
anything a needle WILL eo THROI CH. from tbs
finest to the thickest fabric, firm snd neat, with
ease. Uses sll kinds of silk or thread direct (roo
the spool ; is improved with -ew self-action feed,
spring tension, self guider, sad uses the adjusta?
ble STRAIGHT NEEDLE, perpendicular motion, with
powerful lever action. Possesses ALL the good
qualities of the best high priced machine con?
densed, without their complications OK PAT/LT.
Samples of sewing 8 EST PEKE on receipt of stamp.
For certificates, Ac see DBSCBIPTITB PAMPHLETS,
mailed free. A thorough practica I sewing ma?
chias for family ase-..Tribaae." A very strong
and reliable machine, at a low price-"Standard."
This beautiful sewing machine is one of the most
ingenious pieces of mechanism ever invented.
"Democrat," Ga. Worth Twaey times its cost to
eoe family.-"N. Y. Weekly." It is quite a
new machine with its many late improvements,
ead sews witb astonishing ease, rapidity and
neatness.-'.Republican,'* N. I. Singlo machines,
aa samples, selected with care, vol? PAMILT rsa.
wita everything COMPLETS:, seat to any part of
the country per express, peeked ia strong wooden
box, raes, oe receipt of price. $5 00. Safe de?
livery of goods guaranteed. Forward cash by
BEOISTEPJED LETTES, or P. 0. BOBET e*?*R, .?
oarrtsk. Agents wanted, male er fomale, every?
where. Sew pamphlets eontaiaieg extra liberal
inducements, sent ees a.
Address Family Sew-in* Machine Ce., OH te,
Sd Nessa a-Street, New-York.
Aag 91- Iy
IS offered for say case of Blind. Bleeding Itch
lag, or Uleevaied Pitas, that r^BCTGS PH*
?1*IDT frita to eera. It is P/?*>^
personal supervision of one of the world s great
set Hvlaf Cbratett, expressly te enre fte?*
Hundreds of ehroaie eases of over 20je*rs etand
Iseyheve Vee* eared in one work, ?^????g
?teses n a re* deys, by this mediane. No msttsr
hew oertieece eeehronie the ease may hs, imme?
diate relief sad a pera sn sot care are gearanteea
ia every case. Ask your Druggist for
DsaBWS PILE REMEDY;
And Take no Other.
AD weak, aerveee, W^^?a
H iiinralui te trv a bottle cf DetJrse ra
??iUB^W .? it. wo??*|
fal effete. Bold hy eil -0ra?tsta,
Tsheea** UJ I
-Ie* eek hy I A. Kel A???
Ss+tTZ* Dre?iet, Samter, S. C I