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Fur I will give joua mouth of wisdom that
.ll your adversaries shall Dot be able to gainsay
nor reeif?-21se chap, of St. Luke and 15th verse.
hi a. Ko ITO E :-?Atter along anil suspensive
delny to learn from the Columbia Neighbor the
narnu <>f the gentleman who be so invectively
condemned iu Denominational Doggery, and to
Bes an attempt to coa viet me of heresy, I bare
nt length thought best to break sileneo and go
in search of tbe Neighbor'* whereabouts (conclu?
sions) for the satisfaction of tho numbers wbo,
like myself, have waited anxiously to bear from
Has be a friend that can give his secret (how
ho ie to be justified) for I am at a lost to know
into what bole be has ciept (excuse to recom
aaend his present coursej unless be has conclu?
ded to take shelter behind Mr. Biscuit Board,
and try something else that he can manage
better. For the last I beard of bim through
Little John, ho was vomiting some of Mr. Bis?
cuits Board's leaden bullet (ignorance) by mouth
fulls upon the slanderers, having forgotten al?
ready Denominational Doggery-(oh, consis?
tency I) Although it is by no means strange, as the
way ol tbe foolish is always inconsistent., and their
spots (opinions) more vai ied than the leopard's.
And unfortunately it is now the reigning malady
of the world-(ob, South Carolina !) To deny it
will not change thc fact. One is so blind that
be cant descern the blunders of bis neighbor,
and to reprove them for their foolishness will
only give you a blot, for thoy will think you a
fool because they have not reason enough to
comprehend you. And likely make a manifest
display of their ignorance, as was the case of
Mr. Buiscuit Board, who promised to pay for
the soapyou used to wash the type after my ad?
vertisement and his reply-(thinking his a reply
-oh, pity)-while at the same time bi? bread
tray (mimi) was in such a filthy (ignorant) state,
that he and all of bis friends contd not command
soap (sense) enough for bim to get it cleansed
(keep from being put to shaine.)
Therefore. Mr. Editor, aa I bare the piece
promised last Aprii ready, which I want to pass
. brough your piess as an advertisement, I dont
want it stained with the filth (ignorance) that
Mr. Biscuit Board has left on your type, I have
sent you this, which you can put in as an adver?
tisement also, to enable you to procure soap
(sense) sufiicieut to cleanse both your type and
angers. Aud in tlc mean time, I will try to
furnish Mr. Biscuit Board with a supply of wa?
ter (knowledge) whereby be may dense himself
of tue fly specs and grease (ignorance and here?
sy) that he bas allowed to collect in bis tray
(mind), so that when be passes through your
press again, he may not leave things in such a
dirt; and filthy (foolish and disgraceful) state.
For 1 may be too busily engaged insomcthing of
too great importance, and consequently will not
bc anio to ?top to provide means for y ou to get
yourself cleansed, and in my baste break some?
thing (expose you too), for I prccive the dose
given in my other was not sufficient to cleanse
his stomach (mind), and therefore will have to
repeat it. For I am not altogether without hope
of getting him cleansed yet (driving bim from
bis folly), if not so as to rank in the first class
(able to teach wisdom; at least so as to enter
She second (keep silence upon all matters that
he docs uot understand.) For I preceive tbat it
bas set bim a vomiting, wh'u-h is a very good
symptom. And I have further discovered
among thc filth Uno.TU off his stomach a little
cream (wit) but no trases of bile (good sense),
yet it may be after I hav?c boylcd him a time or
two more that I may reach it (bring him to bis
reason.) Still I am in hopes that this will be
?officient to work that leaden bullet (ignoranc?)
.ut of him, and all the restofhis family (those dif?
ferent Isms) and savo mo tho trouble of repeating
it, for it has been thc cause of their disease con?
tinuing with them so long, and I am awaro that
they hate to give up that old family bullet (their
ignorance.) But as their disease injures others
us much as themselves, I .-ball bc compelled to
fftg- them (expose their ignorance) if thoy dont
lake their physic voluntarily (quit it without)
for until tnat balle t (their ignorance) is token
away trora them, their disease will remain in?
Having tried tbe remedy, I can testify to the
facts, for he was right when he concoived that
my stomach (mind) was cleansed (enlightened),
t ut slightly mistaken when be thought it was by
their artificial biscuits that I was vomited (dis?
gusted.) Xot so. It was through their pct
lambs (ignorance and foolish doctrines), ?.nd the
Stull thrown off (written) was not a? bo supposed
-bile (anger), but leaven (shame and sorrow for
And as to his kindness in offering his services,
rendered gratuitous, I am fully sensible, but I
will have to declino his offer, as I am living in
a^rtdonee J.aviug the knowledge of tho truth,)
aud seeing his destitute (blind) condition, would
deem it an act of :rcason (disobedience to^jay
Ood) to uk? from bim without ample reward
(showing bim dis folly.) And as to linse others
who like myself have had their stomachs (minds)
cleansed, 1 will say that they have no further
use for his physic (teachings) as they arc only
sleeping ^keeping silent) until their stomachs
(minds) are sufficiently strong (enlightened) to
endure hardships (teach tho truth.) So he had
best not trample too bard on the toes of the
sleeping lions, or they will awake, not to howl or
whine, but to consume their intruders-(expose
their ignorance) Then let tho lit?'? flock sleep
on-their shepherd (the Lord) is truthful and
omnipotent. His watchman's eyes are wakeful
and ubiquitous, lie will not ?How them to be
harmed or disturbed. Then little flock, take
your rest-refresh and prepare yourselves for
tho bat'Ie, for tho sword (the knowledge of the
truth) given us is to conquer the world. Then fear
not, nci'bvr ask or give juarters; tor let them
speak and they will expose their own ignorance.
And il they speak bot, wu will expose it for
them. Then, Mr. Editor, if there is any other
who has a foul stomach (ignorent mind) let
them come forward and let it be known, and
they can be L-<yUd also.
So much for Mr. Biscuit Board and his stu?
pidity, which has been done to try to shame bim
and tiic world from their filly,as it is the only
means left by \vhi<-h there remains any hope of
its ever being consummated,for I have already
used every means that love could ia vent, through
mildness and kindness, io induce them to repent,
jil vain, they mistaking love for weakness, re
9 -rting mo insane. Tbcroforc, I have resolved
10 try ?bat virtue then i.- in .?hamo, that they
in ay bu brought to repent of their wickedness
before il is too late. Therefore I must use all
means consistent with thc truth to accomplish
ir. Then b- ing wi.h those who aro without law,
I will become as with .ut law. Or being with the
foo?i.-b, I will become as a fool, that I miy be
abe to te.ich them sense. For it is not of the
christian either to jest or 1 urlcsqiic. But were I
to omit noticing Mr. B:sc ?it Boar l's piece, some
vf bi*stupid followers would suppose il.at ho
had confounded mean.] almost Deify him. For
there is nothing too absurd for pi?.r foolish man
to stoop to. For just t-ebold the stupidity of
?hat is called their learned and wise men at
present. AI.uo>: Deifying one recently depart?
ed. Oh shame, sh mc-eternal sh mic. Let it be
spoken in a ??ice that wi 1 make this earth rock
worse than Monet Sin.ii. Mint man. poor .?tupid
creature, would Deity a frlli'-le being like him?
self. Oh that they r,?!il I learn wisdom. To
know no lunn ait.r the ?V?h,and to glory intiod
alone. But how can this bc done while such
\oor foolish lights eontinre to shine as are now
illuminati, g thc World ? For the great, the w,se
(as t'.uy arc cai ?di arc all alike, haung their
track* marked with the s lime of ignorance, with
y-A enough ol moral eon ra ge to de:.l honestly
with themselves, for their love of popular opinion
is so great that they wiil feign H lie to run with
the current-(Oh pity! Ob h.imo!) Did the
nil wise and all ri^hteou? God cr.-ate beings su- h
as they aro to his glory? No. Impossible. Ile
could pot create stu-h beings as mun now in bin
natara! stat? is, tor thu entire human race is
degraded, and it is throngh their* degradation
that they are deifying one and tho other.
Littlejohn spuke, .r rather complains of the
slanderer Will ito be phased to show h..w ?ny
ono can 'landor another worse than what surh
parsons a* arc nuking a profession of religion
nader the systems that have beeu taught through
ibo lend are doing to themselves ? In 'be pla?-e
of !iws of righteousness, to see fbem adopting a
system of formality, ami wetting their animal
feeling* cxeite-i ?nd calling it religion. Su<b
M> a disgrace lo th* g'.fi ?.f reason with which
man is endowed, sbereb) beean choose between
light and wrong And if their reason was not
so dogra-l d thal th?y an insusceptible of appre?
ciating rho truth, :i .?TM? of Bommen decency
would drive them from their f^'.y. For I have
showed the world as clear ai a sun beim tl.at
what people arc e ?liing r;li,;i.?n is fulsc, and tl at
their so-called preacher* aro not of Ood, md cx
ecpt ibey repent of their present course, that
lUoy ?rt Compelled to bo destroyed. And for all
tbl* they will continue tt.e r former course, und
still pretend os though they love God and are
trying to serve him. If *u-'!i persons are rot do.
b-ised I? tit? V^TJ lowest state of d?gradation sad
ghan?, I must appeal to some one who bas ir. or*
knowledge than abai I bars to ?how what will
?ink ibata there. I sro ?ware of some so stupid
that they deny tbat they have even been able to
diseovsr any facts proven lo tho charge* brought
Mulnitihe difforaut profession*- in my former
nieces, rfueb pwoo? aro ?Uhor destitute of rea?
son or very trraeheroM to themselves..frhe?
*g*in content tbem-elr? hy wpP???n? ?. Ood
ls too merciful to har* nfler* the world to live
11 such ft ?tate of darkness so long ?nd only norn
wooli rfu* lt to me. blinded **ah?. At
?bo some i'???e they aili aoknowWge . bot Opd
US suffTOU lu-' be?;Uoo r?re**ln ht tfrir Wind
new. Others want to know wbj it ia that lome
one else did not find oat these thingi be'ore now.
Tbat is none of my basinets. I hare nothing to
do with those who hare died and gone. I have
showed the world a fact, that they are al! in
blindness, and those poor stupid souls who are
now crying strange, explain the mystery why
the world bas remained in blindness so long.
Fur here they are with not enough reason and
honesty about tbea> to receive the troth when it
is'made as manifest as the noon-day san. Then
bow could it be expected of those others to go in
the dark and find it ?
Jost so it bas been throng!* all ages, ia toe
days of different prophets. The days of the
Saviour and bis Apostles were just the same:-*
Bnt the consommation of all things is now draw,
ing to a close, and it will not now be given to
the wicked to triumph as heretofore, but the
kingdom is going to be given to the righteous.
Then let all reject that wish. They will i oj ure
no one but themselves. For what I aca doing is
not to gratify thc flesh, bat for the good of oth?
Then if any one can prove me false, why is it
that they dont come forward, when they see that
it is increasing as it is, and even threatens very
soon to shake the foundations from under them
ajj. Then let Mr. Bu bc jit Board cleanse his
tray and come forth with a reply, and not as
heretofore deceive the foolish- And let the
Neighbor, with his Methodist pastors and all the
rest of his family (theso different Isms) come
forth and convict me of heresy, fori have now
concluded to adopt another plan, if they dont
quit their folly. I shall note all the leading
characters among them nod expore their folly to
themselves and also to the world, and preserve a
memorandum of their acts to be banded down to
the end of timo, to show the state of degradation
and shame the wurld is in at present. Then let
ali who have any honesty nboot them turn and
serve the trac and living God in righteousness
and truth. And may the good Lord pardon and
A Hearty Old Virginia Welcome
AWAITS YOU AT
HEWITT'S GLOBE HOTEL,
W. C. BE WITT, Proprietor.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
This well known and popular FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL, shunted in the centre of tho city, and
nlso in the centre of the Wholesale Business
Houses, afford: facilities, comforts and attention
to Travellers for Pleasure and Merchnnts on
Business, second to none in the United States.
Oct 26 6m
284 KING ^STREET, (IN THE BEND,)
CHARLESTON, S C.
'PHIS POPULAR ESTABLISH
* MENT, pleasantly located on King, be
tween Wentworth and Hasel Streets, offers an
excellent accommodation to the traveling public.
It is but a few yard.- from from the City Rail?
way, and not more than five minutes walk to the
Post Office, and al', tho business houses on
Meeting and Hasel Streets.
Transient Board $2.00 per day.
Special arrangements wilt be made for board
on application to thc proprietors.
Nov 16-3m_GEO. A. WAQRNER.
REEDER & DAVIS,
COTTON FACTORS, AND
General Commission Merchants,
Charle 3 toe, S. C.
Oswell Reeder. Zi ra merman Davis
Oct 19 fiji
GEO, W. WILLIAMS & COT,
Proprietors Carolina Fertilizer.
CHARLESTON. S- C
WILLI?MSTB?RNIE & co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, N.Y.
139 Meeting Street,
62 East Bay Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Liberal Advances made on Cotton and Pro-?ice
shipped to us in Charleston or New York.
Agent's fur Beard's Lok, Eureka and Buckle
Tic, Butler and Swett's Tics.
J. E. ADGfEB & CO.,
raroRTKRs or inn DEALER!IS
CUTIERY, GUNS, BAR IRON, STEEL,
J. E. Adger,
A. Mel). Brown,
E. D. Robinson,
G. H Monett,
J. Adger Smyth,
EA. Smyth. j
Sept 2S- 6m
V iaf u gr ?a
(Thc way to fly for relief.)
Tho Pare Juices of Barks, Herbs, Roots and
Pneumonia. pIeuri?y, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup,
Dtptheria. Catarrh, Whooping Cuugb, Sudden
Colds and Iuflammatinn of thc Lungs. For all
those Weaknesses and A Tlictiuns peculiar to 1
Woman. F?r torpid aad deranged conditions
of the Liver, Stomach, Bowels and Kidneys
Fur ?ale by
I. A. McKAGEN.
Sept 21 - 6m Druggist, Sumter, S. -Q
?r' FIRST PREMIUM A(?
tptj ITO PROVED FAMILY
$12.50 clear profit per day. $75.00 per week.
$3':0 per month made EASY hy any LADY or
(.KNTLEIIAN intro hieing this GENUINE and OKI?
GINAL "LD FAVORITE. With its many new and
pia ct ?cal additions, tanking the most complete
combination of valuable and useful improvements
ever effected ?tiat>y one machi.ie. The embodi?
mont ot extreme simplicity, efficiency end utility,
entiicly .iifTcrent iu uioJcl ar.d design from any
luw priced machine. It is thc most ter.iecable,
elegant an 1 rclinLlo FAMILY Sr.wi.sc .V ACHINE
ever invct'ed, givts perfect satisfaction r/herever
introduced. Ila? received PREMIUMS. S:ood tl.t
te.'t of 10 years, and is U l'-j approved of by every
laruily who Lave them io ase. Isaoiseless, makes !
.he strong and beautiful ELASTIC LOCK STITCH,
with wondirful rapidity and CERTAINTY. Sews
anything a needle WILL SO THROUGH, from the
finest to the thickest (abri-, firm an 1 neat, with j
ease. U*e* all kind? cf siik or thread direct from I
the spoi.l ; is improved with ew self-action leed,
- pring tension* self guider, and uses the adjusta- j
hie STRAIGHT NEEDLE, perpendicular motion, with : '
powerful lerer action. Possesses ALL the good
qualities of the bett high priced machine con?
densed, wLhont their complications oa FAULT.
Sample of rowing HKxr FREI OD receipt of stamp.
For cert ficatcs, ?c. soe DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLETS.
mailed free. A thorough practical sewing ma?
chine for family ase-"Tribune." A very strong
and nd ?able meeline, at a low pri?e-"Standard."
This bexutHttl sewing machine b one of tba most
ingenious pieee* of mechanism ever invented.
"bemocrat," Ge. Worth im.ny times its cost to
any family.-W\ Y. Weekly." It is quite a
new mu ?bine with its many late improvements,
>md sows ?Ith astonishing enre, rapidity and
neatness -"Kcpeh'icae," X. Y. Single machines,
a* sample?, selected with rare, FOB FisriLT vast,
with everything COMPLETE, soot to any part of
the conntry per express, paekod in strong wooden
box, FREE, os receipt of price, $i 00. Safe da
livery of good* g taranh-ed. Forward cask bj
REfll*TS!?ED LETTER, OT P. 0. HOSET OCDEil, Rt
oor risk. ^Agentk wanted, male or female, every,
where, htr pamphlets containing axtra liberal
inducements, sent rtiaa.
Address Fd? ii* Sewing Machine Co, Olee,
86 Hastia Street, Kew-Yoik.
Aa* 31- ff
WE ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH THIS
AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
$50 Cash per ton of2000 lbs.
$55 Time, with approved City
BEARING 7 PER CENT. INTEREST PER ANNUM.
If Furnished on Liens, the usual Lien Interest
will be Charged.
Freight and Drayage to be added to above Prices.
GEO- W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Factors, Comer Hayne & Church Streets,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
GEO. E. TAYLOR, SUMTER, S. C.
Peruvian Gr nano
THE GUANAPE ISLANDS. FOR SALE BY
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Sole Agents for Charleston, S. C.
MANUFACTURED AT THE
Charleston, S. C.
SULPB?MC ACID & S?PMPBOSPB?TE COM,
The now well-known ETIWAN QU ASO is manufactured from thu Na tiro Bone Phosphate! of j
Soul) Carolina. There Phosphates in their nat un! state are Insoluole, and require to be ground
:o power, and made Soluble bj Sulphuric Acid. This Company hare DOW in operation the largest I
Sulphuric Acid Chambers nt the South, and are, therefore, alic to manufacture nt the lowest rate.',
bo highest grade of Fertilizer ; it being clear that the greater the proportion of Soluble Phosphate
which any Fertilizer contains, the less the quantity requi'ed per acre. In order to make the Fer
.iiixe - complete, Ammonia and Potash in sufficient quantities are added. With these views the
ZOZL pan y manufacture and offer for sale
Warranted to contain from 15 to 20 PER CENT. OF blSSOL YEP HONE PHOSPHA TE OF,
LIME, and from 2 to 2} percent, of AMMONIA, with a rufficient addition of PERUVIAN I
'JVANO and POTASH, to adapt il to all crops. Price $63 per ton, cash ; on time, $70 per ton, /
md interest 7 per cent, per annum.
3f bi;b grade, suitable for Manufacturers or for Planters, being io itself an excellent Fertilizer and
ipcciallj adapted f?r compost. As large quantities of .Sulphuric Acid are used to dissolve the
Phosphate, this will be found a cheap and convenient waj to transport that material. The grade
urnisbed will be from ll to 20 percent. Dissolved Bone Phosphate. Price $40 per ton cash. On
?me, $45, with interest at 7 percent, per annum, ??till higher grades will be furnished to order
it an additional price per ccntage.
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE,
specially propa ed for composing with cotton seed and other plantation manures. Price $35 per
oo, trash ; on time, $40, with interest at 7 per cent, per annum.
Kt much lower rates, consisting simply of the Nativo B-me Phosphates ground to powder. Price
(20 ;>cr ton. cash ; on time, $22 and interest at 7 por cert, per annum.
WM. C. BEE & CO.,
Agents, Ko. 14 Adger's Wharf,
CHARLESTON S. C.
in all the Etiwans,
JOSEPH JOHNSON, Agent at Sumter, S. C.
??SM 9 (-aa
FOR SALE BY
rhe Great Fertilizer fo Cotton and all Crops.
The unparalleled soeeesi of tbis Great Fertiliser on ALL CROPS, proves it to be the BIST ind j
CHEAPEST Manar? now offered io tb? market.
It baa been usad by many of the mott ?minent Planten ie tba South, and
In every single instance ;t has given Entire Satisfaction.
On COTTON its effects have bren partieolarly marked. It is no rare thing for WHANN'8
PHOSPHATE ia increase tba yield from ONE HUNDRED TO TWO HUNDRED PEE CENT.,
?r eve? motet
Mr. Geo. C. Dixon, an eminent planter of Carnereo, Ga-, ic a letter te the "Banner ? Planter,"
rays that In aa experiment with seven leading Saper phosphates ?ad Guano?, the WHANN'8
probed if nlf the best of pl 1 those tried, paying * net profit at lae lew market rate of $30 90 per,
?ere of ewttoa. A copy af Mr. Dixon's letter famished OB application.
FOR SALE BY
CLAGHORN, HERRING & CO.,
Charleston, 8. C. and Augusta, Ga.
Jan 18 3m
OF THIS POPULAR FERTILIZER
M II Rim FOR TBS SEASON ll 1871,
TO MEET THE NECESSITIES OF THE
AND HAS BEEN FIXED AT
CASH-Fifty Dollars per Ton of 2,000 lbs. at Factory,
TIME-Fifty-fire Dollars per Ton of 2,000 lbs. at Fac?
tory, Payable 1st November, 1871, wit out interest.
WM. C. DUKES & CO.,
General Agente, CHARLESTON, S. C.
ELISHA CAKS0>', Agent for Sumter County.
A?- Call and see me at GREEN & WALSH'S STORE.
Feb 1 tf
THE DICKSON COMPOUND.
MANUFACTURED BY THE
DICKSON FERTILIZES COMPANY.
THE DICKSON COMPOUND is made OB the formulas used almost exclusively for several
jeers past bj Mr. Dickson upon hil own farm, the best Peruvian Guano in liberal proportion
being used as a base supplying ammonia. It I? a happy combination of essential ingredients
found by careful and gradual trial on Mr. Dickson's part to be the safest and most reliable as well
as the must productive in crops of all fertilizers available to the planter.
The materials for its manufacture are carefully purchased by analysis or made at onr own works,
under competent chemical advice, and the preparation of the Compound is conducted with all
necessary care and attention to ensure uniformity ia quality and raine.
Nothing whatever that is inferior is ?old from oat buds.
A. WHITE, & C&
Agents at Sumter.
CHAS. H. MOISE,
In sur an oe Agent,
Sumter, S. C.
Liverpool & London & Globe
ASSETS IN GOLD.$20,800.000.
ANNUAL INCOME IN GOLD..... $8,000,000
Rates ns low as any First Class Company.
New York Life
.Rates ss low ai any First Clan Company.
NEW FALL AND WINTER DR? GOODS!
JUST OPENED AT
Nos. 287 AND.289 KIXN.G STRUTT,
RETAIL AND WHOLESALE.
T7e beg t-> inform our friends, patrons and all eitiiem of Sumter, and the adjoining cuanti?
that we have opened a large
AT NO. 28t KING STREET,
next door te our tetail store, where we will show ? foll assortment of cheap DRY G^ODS, at the
lowest figures for ca SH or city acceptance.
This arrangement is especially convenient for country buyers, both ladies and gentlemen.
ISL Select all your piece gcodi at wholesale ; thea visit the retail stare and bare sdi of jew
goods packed ia one box.
We guarantee to show the Isrgest stoek and at just as low figures as caa be teaed ia the city
Be sore and examine oar itock (before you make op your bill) at Ne. 289 Klag street.
STOLL, WEBB i CO.
Ma. JOH* G. ADAMS is with ns, and will be always on band, ready to give his friends and ae
qoai: lancet every attention possible.
Respectfully, STOLL, WEBB * CO.
FOR THE CURE OF ALL FORMS OF
Appropriate ia all essc? where* Tasia ia required; aad Arr those raeotariag tra? Ace ts
Dits?.,, lt h a woadarf.1 recuperativa. ^^?^ ^ W. * CHAIM 1 CO.,
29T last Bay, Charleston, S. C.
Oct a- _ *"
IS offered for any case of Blind, Bleeding Itch?
ing, or Ulcerated Mea, that DaBI5G*8 PILE
REMEDY fails to eure. It lt prepared under thc
personal super vision af one of tba world's great
est living Obeorlstt, espressfj io eura the Piles.
Hundreds of chronic eases of ores 20 years etaai
lng. tara bee? cared ia aaa weak, aad ord mary
eases in a few days, by tai* medicine. He Slatter
hew obettaate er sa rosie tba ease maybe, Imme?
diate reliaf and a permanent oura art guaranteed
ia ewery cat*. Ask year Druggist for
DBBING'3 PILE R
And Take no Oilier.
AH vaak, sarvaas, aaWTitatal ?_
?sestil waaattri ta try a ?eula af OsB ara's
Yu Fosa. Tas will be startles at Its wander.
M asteas. Sold by all Sruggiets.
??Water* U2 Prm*M**3L, Jattaerw.
Fer sam by L A. McKAGBN,
Se*t2t-*m Dmggiai, Seater, g. O
CBARLB3T9rf, g, C.
BOARD. PJta DAT, **fiOJ"
S?ST. SAlTOTOS, SSI. TL U ?UrrSSfUtt?,
BOW LOST, HOW BK8TOBBD.
Jast lahllssnd. a ass edition af Dr. CULVER
WELL'S CELEBRATED ESSAY on the radical
ears (? Itbout ssadfarae) of SrwrjiATCSaaatA or
seminai Waal ness. Involuntary Seminal Lasses,
lerotijtCT, Mental and Physical Ia capacity, Im.
ar sexual cxtravigeaii
saf-Prise, in s Maded ea relepe, esra I eeats.
TU celebrated author, Ia tala admirable esaaj,
?j wan Hi Un, frost a thirty jaurr" sae
nraetks, that the alarais? ssaasysii
of mlf-albusYmay a? redleap ewred .tfhoat the
tasgapaas ass?n?aissl ni ill la i ar sha ssjB
atttas sf isa tsilat patatfc^ajia^ss afjsra
rf ?sbA^arar?saferer ao mattsr what his roo
drtiou awjKiaajeurihraueiffheaply, nrveubv
^'^Stlm^n ahasM he to tba haas* cf
CHAS. J. C. KLHTB ? CCs
Ayeres Cathartic Pilis,
__ ?OT ?H the purposes of a Laxativ?
Perhaps no one medi?
cine ia so uni vers?tfly
required by every?
body aa a cathartic,
nor was ever any be?
fore so universally
adopted into nae, in
every country and
among all classes, aa
this mild but efficient
purgative Pill. The
obvious reason is,
that it is a more reliv
ble and far more ef?
fectual remedy t ian any other. Those who have
tried it, knew that lt eared them: those who hare
aknew that it cures their neighbors and friends ;
all know that what it does once it does al?
ways -that it never fails through any fault or neg
gleet of Its composition. We have thousands upon
thousands of certificates of their remarkable cures
of the following complaints, but such cures are
known in every neighborhood, and we need not
publish them. Adapted to aliases and conditJr.ns
in all climates ; containing neither calomel nor any
deleterious drug, they may be taken with safety
by anybody. Their sugar-coating preserves them
ever fresh, and makes them nleasant to take, while
being purely vegetable, no hann can arise from
their use in any quantity.
They operate by their powerful influence on the
internal viscera to purify the b.ood and stimulate
it into healthy action-remove the obstructions
of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of
the body, restoring their irregular action to heal th,
iud by correcting, wherever they exist, such de?
rangements as are the first origin of disease.
Minute directions are given in the wrapper on
file box, for the following complaints, which these
Pitta rapidly cure:
For Dyspepsia or Indigestion, lMatleaa
? sss. ? mif inn sad KM of App?tit*?, they
should be taken moderately to stimulate the stom?
ach, and restore its healthy tone and action.
1er liver Complains and its various symp?
toms, Billons Headache, Sick Head
srsr Jaaaifrrt or Greca alelarte*?, Bil?
loma ?Calle and Bill aaa Fe vero, they should
be judiciously taken for each ease, to correct the
diseased action or remove the obstructions which
For Dysentery or Diarrhoea, but ona
mild dose is generally required.
For BJsenraatlsin,Coat, Gravel, Pal?
Station af the Heart, Pala ia tba
de, Back and loin?, they should bc contin?
uously taken, as required, to change the diseased
?lion of the system, with such change those
comp*? ana disappear.
A*J*Rf!?jBl Dropsical g welling*
r^J^d.????*?fe?*?g?*ad frequent doses
to produce the effect of a dPa?*u gurre
For inpareastsa a large dose ihn-ni? be
taken as it produces the desired effect cy sym?
As i Dinner PiU, take one or two THU to
promote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels into healthy action, restores the appetite,
and invigorates the system. Hence it is often ad
vantageon? Tf??"re no serious deranrement exists.
One wno feels tolerably well, often finds that a
dose cC these Pille makes him feel decidedly bet?
ter, from taeir cleansing and renovating effect ou
the digestive apparatus.
Zr. J. C. AYES ?t CO., Practical Chemist;
LOWELL. MASS., 77. 8. A.
Da. A- J. CHINA. Agent at Sumter, g. C.
Coughs? Colds? &c?
For the Speedy Ee?ef and Per?
manent Cure of
And all Diseases of the
LUNGS, CHEST, OR THROAT!
THE EXPECTORANT is composed
exclusively of Herbal and Mucilaginous
Permeate thc eery Substance of the Lunga
causing them to throw off the acrid matter which
collects in lbs Bronchial Tubes, and at the same
time forms a soothing coating, relieving the ir?
ritation which produces the cough.
The object to be obtained is to cleanse the
organ of all impurities; to nourish and .-trength
en it when it has become impaired and enfeebled
by disease; to renew sod invigorate the eirculation
of the blood, and strengthen the nervous organ?
isation. Tb? EXPECTORANT docs this to an
astonishing degree. It is actire but mild and
congenial, imparting functional energy and
natural atrength. It uffords Oxygen to vitalize
the blood, and Nitrogen to assimilate the mat?
It equalizes the "nervous Influence,"
producing quiet and composure.
TO CONSU PTIVES
It il invaluable, as it immediately relieves the
difficult breathing a:id harrassing cough which
attends that disease.
It Is s specific-one d?se often relieving the dis?
tressing choking, and producing calm and
Ko mother should ever be without a bottle of the
EXPECTORANT in the house. Wc have
numerous certiorates of its having relieved,
almost instantly, tb? little sufferer, when death
appeared almost inevitable.
MOTHERS BE ADVISED!
Keep it on Hand !
This dread disease requires prompt action : as
soon as the hoarse, hollow cough is heard, apply
th? remedy, and it is easily subdued ;
BUT THE DELAY IS DANGEROUS!
Tb? properties of the EXPECTORANT
are demulcent, natritite, balsamic, soothing, and
bealing. It braces th? nervous system and pro
paces pleasant and refreshing sleep.
It Exhilarates and Relieves
Gloominess and Depression.
Containing all these qualities in a convenient
and concentrated form, it has proven to be tb?
MOST VALUABLE LUNG BALSAM
.ver offered to sufferers from Pulmonary diseas?
WM, H? TU TT,
eSoId by Druggists everywhere.
MONET CANNOT BUY IT!
FOR SIGHT IS PRICELESS ! !
THE DIAMOND GLASSES, manufactured
by J. E. SP KXCER 1 CO., New York, which
are now offered to th? publie, arr pronounced by
all tba celebrated Opticians of the world tobe
th? most Perfiet, Natural Artificial hely to tb?
haman tye ?var kaown.
They ar? ground under their own supervision,
from minot. Crystal Pebbles, melted together,
and derive their name. "Diamond," on account
of their hardness sad brilliancy.
Tko scientific principle ea whieb they sro con?
structed brings the eora or centre ot the lens di?
rectly in front of the ey?, producing a clear and
distinct vision, as in the natural, healthy sight,
and preventing all unpleasant sensations, such as
gammering and wavering of sight, dixiiness, ?e.,
peculiar to a! 1 others in use.
They ara mounted in the finest manner in
frames of tiwi best quality, of ail matar?ais used
fer that purpose. Their finish and durability
cannot be sn ipassed.
Ca mox.-Noaa rennin? unless bearing their
trade stark uUaped aa every frame.
F. EALTOM FOLSOM,
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER,
SUMTER, S. C.
gaaaaAg g tf
TSE MILLS HOUSE,
Charleston, 8. C.
been recently and thoroughly ren?
ovated anti repaired, is new the most
and kurarioas establishment South
Nor 9 6m
SHAW'S COTTON SEED HOLLER
Agents-BRODIE & CO.,
Factor* am? Commission Merchants,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
FOR SALE BY
GIBBS & co.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
14!*} Uay street, Savannah,
241 Broad Street, ?ngus?a, Ga.
151 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
For further particulars apply or address at
above for pamphlet, or apply to
PA TB it- STUBBS, Aj'ts at Sumter.
NOT 23 4m
Old Carolina Bitters.
A Delightful Tonic.
WE TAKE GREAT PLEASURE
FE KING THE
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS
to the public They are compounded with great
care, and contain junie ol'the best Tonics in tho
Piiarno.v<>p?:i. A* evidence of tho auperiori'v of
our RITTERS over all o:ber?, we have certifi?
cates fr<>m nany of thc leading physicians in ??ur
State, wno 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 ?lo not ..ffer our BITTERS as a cure for all
diseases, but as an Aromatie Tonic, they have co
For sale hy Druggist and Grocers everywhere.
Goodrich, Wineman & Ca,,
CHOICE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Feb 16-ly Charleston. S. C.
Fever and .Ague
Alway* Stars* tba Chilla.
This Medicine baa bean before the Pub?
lic fifteen jean, and is still ahead of ?ll
other tootra remedies. It does not paige,
dow not sicken the etomsrh, ia perfectly
safe in any dose and under all circu?a,
stances, and ia tba only Medic?is th&twill
OU RC IMMEDIATELY
and permanently every form of Jertr
?nd Agna, because it is a perfect Anti?
Sold by all Druffis*.
May 4 *7
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CHARLESTON, S. C.
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