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."???HY 1110 A LITTLE LA TIB.
Eveiy* day we come across some new
version of the popular poem, which !
relates ?LB wonderful adventures of that !
xvt iideiful lamb. The variety and sur
LrUing nature of thc adventures in
jjghicli ?Mary and thc lamb-and parti?
cularly lite lamb-are involved, indicate
n coi.l-.derable development of the ima-,
...ioai?t faca'tj among the contributors.
UTe annex two of the latest from the '
New York Sun i
Mary had a little lamb
As rouod as any gherkin,
She took lu schcol tho old (liing once
"That's Low it was a werkin.' "
It made the children Itugb and pl-17
To see a si,?rV so new
A tittle b?y to Mary cried ;
"I'll put a Lead on you."
Thc teacher unto M?ry said J
"You cunning little elf,
Why did you thus?" and Mary said,
"Yi>u know how 'tis yourself."
When M.iry hud to leave tho school,
She cried in n .?ad, Mid manner,
And went to bed, and softly said,
"That's what's the matter with Hanna!).''
I . Maty ' at von leet?e lamp.
Yat \3? it." ???hire**' bride,
It JitTt, oond. hffi, oond kept on tiffing.
Ja Oond ten it sbtoppt-oond died.
Mari had von liddle seheep,
Huh rob] vas pluck as ink;
She dook him out to sebkn'e von tay,
Cot ironed him in der Kink.
Dat ven she go mid ped dat night.
She dream she hear bim pleating;
Bu' vee she v.il;c, .-be vas tuisdake,
Ile only vas a ^kctd?ng.
LAWS OF THE STATE
AN ACT TO REGULATE THE MANNER OF
SECTION 1 Be ?V eua~tetl ly the Senate
au f //'ms'' nf firpresentatiee* of the Stall
of South Carol'na, noir md ami titting in
(irneral Asxrmd'y, mal ly the authority
nf thc same, All persons who are quali
[ fled to vote in t!ie choice of Representa
[ fives in the General Assembly, shall be
liable to bc drawn and serve as jurors,
except as hereafter provided.
SEC. 2. The following persons shall be
i exempt from set ving as jurors, to wit:
Thc Governor. Licutenant-Goveruor.
Attoroey-GeneraT, Comptroller General,
State Auditor, State Treasurer, Secre?
tary of State, Superintendent of Educa?
tion, Commissioner of Agricultural J
Statistics, members and officers of the
Senate and lionse of Representatives
during the session of thc Gtnerul As?
sembly, members of the Senate and
House of Representatives of thc United
State, Judges an J Justices of any Court,
* County Commissioners, County Auditors
B and Treasurers, Clerks of Courts, Regis
I tors of Mesne Conveyances, Sheriff*
and their Peputies, Coronen, I'onstables.
\ thc .Marshals of the United Statesand
I their Deputies, and al! other officers of
! the United States, counsellors and at
s tor?cys at law, ordained ministers cf thc
? gospel, officers of colleges, preceptors
6 and teachers of academics, practicing
a physicians, and surgeons regularly '
B licensed, cashiers and tellers of incorpo
? rated birks, editors of newspaper*.
I constant ferrymen, millers carryiug on
tthat business at thc time, and all men
actually employed as such ; such officers ;
and employees ci rail roads as arc now
exempt bylaw, and persons who are
? more than sixty years old.
SEC. '.'>. No person shall bc liable to
bc drawn, and serve as a juror in any ''
Court, oftener than once ?ti every year. ;
I b it he shall not he so exempt, unless he
; accunlly attends and serves asa juror in 1
I pursuance of the draft: i*roci*led, No
person shall Le exempt from serving on
a jury in any other Court, in const- '
quenco of his" having served before ai]
Justice of the IVac?*, on Trial Justice. ?J
SEC 4. There shall be appointed by '
I toe Governor and Confirmed hythe ;
5 Senate, oneoificet breach county io thr '
jj State, to bc named and dc-ignated a
? Jury CommiK-ioner. who, with thc 1
? County Auditor and Chairman of thi
Board of County ('nm missioners, shall 1
constitute a lioard of Jury Commission- 1
crs for the county. Saul Jury Cominis- 1
stoner shall hold his o Ci cv for two years. '
unless so uer removed by thc Goveru- j'
or. j '
SEC ."? The R-urd of Jury Commis- \*
sinners of each county .shall once in I
?v. ;y y.;.r. during the month of j!
I January, and for the pi t sent year, with J
? in one mon ?li after the passage of tim j'
Act, prepare a list of such inhabitants j4
?.! their respective counties, uot abso* r
I la* ely exempt, as they may think well!'
itoali&cd to serve as jiirors, bein': j1
I j-r* ?i-of ?(..,(! moral character, of j'
' s . nul judgment and free from all loga! ?
r vxeepi ons, which li?t shall include not '
t lev> th; n ooo from every twenty voters, r
[ ncr more than'unc from every ten voters, 1
of their respective counties 1
SilC ()l the list so pr. pared, the !3
? Board of Jury Commissioners shall *
cause the names to be written, each one j1
on a seperate paper or ballot, au 1 shall j1
fold u?. >aiJ pieces ol paper or ballots so |s
as to resemble each other as much a- 1
possible, and soothe name written there '
on s>haU not b"- visible on the outside.
-Mi l sh-!. place Hiern in a box, to be :
furnished theru by thc County Commis- *
stoners of their enanty for that purpose, 1
and by sai 1 Board of Jury Commission \
er< lo be k^pt. '
SEC. 7 If any person whose name ?sj*
I fn placed in said jury box is convicted !'
of .my scandalous criiu\ or is guilty of!1
any u'r,,*s immorality, his name shall be j
withdrawn iherefrom by the Board of j1
t. Jurv Coinmisaiooers, and he shall not be !a
ret?n ned as a juror. i '
Bj SEC. 8 The Clerk of the Court of j *
%H Common Plea? in each County, at least j '
Pp fifteen days before thc commencement ?a
of a-:y n gular tenn of the Court of Gen j1
jikcral Serious for the Conuly, au J ten :l
?days before any special session rcquir-p
rjltnir? jury, and io the County off*
^Charleston like periods before the first j*
Buf each alternat-' week of the Court of j
Komiipxi Pleas, and at such other times j *
E? the recpoeiive Courts m?y order,;'
I Rahal! issue writs o. entire facias for ju. j
|EeH, and ahall therein require the at- :
^figen ance of jurors on the first day of the \ i
rSterm, and for the Court of Common !i
ijpica? for the Couuty of (Marleston, OD t
fl the Srst and each alternate week there <
|f x-fier, and snell other day? as the Courts I
VfL m*y order. '1 he petit jurors ret urned j
Bbr the court of Geoesal Sessions tor i
Acta and Joint Resolution?, Passed by
ilic (?eneral Assembly of South Caro
Itua, Stsklcu of 1S70-'V1.
Cbarlesfoo county,1 ?hafl. ?me for t
tenu, and the juror? returned* for t
court of common Pleas, fur two week
the jurors for thc court of-General Si
?ions for all other counties, shall ser
for the term, and Arther term of f
court of common Pleas, immediately ?
lowing 1 - 4 -
SEC 9 The venires shall be deliver
to the Sheriff of the comity, and sh
be served by him without delay, up
the Board ol Jury Commissioners oft
SEC. 10. Nothing contained io f
preceding sections siii:l prevent t
Clerk ol any Court of Common Pl?
from issuing mt ires for additional ji
rors in term tiaie, whenever it is nece
sary for thc convenient dispatch
business, in which case the venire shs
be served and returned, and the ju
required to attend on such days as %1
Court shall direct.
SEC. ll. AN jurors, whether requin
to serve ow grand or petit jury, shall 1
selectei/ by drawing ballots from tl
jury box, ar.d the persons whose nam;
are borne on the ballots so drawn sht
be returned to serve as jurors.
SEC 12 When jurors are to bc drat!
the Board of Jury Commissioners sha
?ttend at the oifiee ol" the Clerk of tl
Court of Common Pleas within and f
that County, and in the presence of tl
clerk of the court, and the- Sheriff
the county, shall shake up the oaiu
in the jury box until they are wt
mixed, and having unlocked said bo
the said Hoard ot' Jury commissioner
io the presence of thc clerk of thc cou
and Sheriff of thc county, shall prucee
to draw therefrom, without seeing tf
nair.es written thereon, a number i
ballots equal to the number of juro
required. If a person so drawn is e:
empted by law, or is unable, by reastj
of sickness of .-.bsence from home, I
attend as a juror, or if he has served t
a juror in any court within the ve:
then next preceding, his name shall I
returned into thc box, and anoth<
drawo io his stead : Prodded, That
the clerk a! dSher fFshall fail toattent
after due notice, the jury commissionc
shall proceed without them, and the jur
so drawn shall be lawful.
SEC. 13. When any person is draw
and returned to serve as a juror in an
court, thc board of'jury comtnissiotiei
shall endorse on the hallo; the date c
the draft, and return it into the box, &fte
the number of jurors required have bee
drawn; and whenever there isa revisio:
and renewal of thc ballots iu the box
the board of Jury Commissioners shal
transfer to the new ballot* thc date u
all thc drafts made within thc year thc:
SEC. l i. The time for drawing juror
shall not be less than seven nor mor
than fifteen days before the day whei
the jurors are required to attend.
SEC 15. Thc Sheriff shall, at leas
f mr days before the time when thi
j i rors are requirei to attend, summoi
each person who is drawn, by readin;
to him the venire, with his eodorsemeni
thereon of his having Leen drawn, or
by leaving at his place of ab'>de a writ?
ten notification of his having been drrwn
and of thc time aod pl icc of the sitting
of the court at which he is to attend
and shall niaku rt-t urn if thc venire, wit!
his doings thereon, to the clerk of tht
court before thc opening or time ol
holding the court, from w hich it issued
SEC 16 On thc day when thc jurors
arc summoned to attend at any court,
the clerk shall prepure a list of theil
names arranged in a'phabetioal order.
The first twelve on the Ii>t who are not
exempt, shall he sworn and empanoclcd
is a juror for t he trial ol causes, and
.hall be called the first j^ry. The next
twelve on the list shall be sworo and
empanneled in like um. uer, and ohail
be calle?! the second jury
SEC 17. Supernumerary jurors may
ie excused, from f ine to time, until
waved and may bc put on either of the
juries, as occasion requires, in the plsce
)f absentees. Nothing lu rem contained
?hall prevent thc transferring of jurors
irani one jury to uuothcr wheo the con
ircuieuee of the Court or of the jurors
SEC IS. Kai-h jury, after being thus
?inpannclled, s?iall retire and choose
heir foreman, or shall make such choice
ipon retiring with thc first'cause' wi li
s h ich they art charged j and whenever
he foreman is absent or rxcuscd from
urther service; a new foreman shall be
ibosen in !ikc manner.
SEC. li? Nothing contained in the
>recedin^ sections shall apply to the
-mpaouel iug of juries in criminal cusetr;
)ut the jurors ?hall bc called, sworn ead
'tupanne!Jed anew for the trial of each
.MSC, according to the established prac
icc. und their f ireman t-bull bc appoint*
.d by the Court or by the jury when
hey retir: to consider their verdict.
Si:c. 20. When, by reason of cbal
enge, or otherwise, or a sufficient
lumber of jurors duly drawn and sum
uoned, cannot be obtained for the trial
if any cause, civil or eriuiioal, the Court
hall ca ise jurors to be returned from the
ty standers, or from the county at Luge,
o complete the panel ; Provided, Tba'
here are on the jury not less than
even of the jurors who were originally
Irawu and summoned, as before provi
SEC. 21. The jurors so returned from
he ty standers, ur the county at large,
hall be returned by the Sheriff, whose
luty it shall be to be present duriug
he entire term of sitting of any Courr
u their respective counties, and shall
>o such as are qualified and liable to be
Irawn as jurors, according to the provi?
ion* of this Act
SEC. 22 The Court shall, oo motion
>f cither par;y in suit, examiue on eatb,
ny person who is called as a juror
herein, to know whether hi? ia felated !
o either party, or has *?.y' interest ie
he cause, ur lins expressed or funned
my opinion, or is sensible of any bias
ir prejudice therein, and (he party
injecting to the juror may introduce
iiiy other co npet.ut evideuce io ?apport
if the objection If it appears to the
toort that the juror is nut indifferent io .
ho canse, he shall bc placed aside as to '
he trial ol that cause, tod another shall j
ie called. %s. j .
SEC. 23 In indictments and pemil
ictious for the recovery ?>f a sons if
uouey, or other thing forfeited, it sha il
lotbeaeaos? of challenge to a juror,
hat bo U liable to ?pa j laxes iu a ay
!out!ty, eity or to.ro, which may bo
wefitrdiiv ?ooh recovery.
Jgr t24/lf a party koowa of any ot
m'io? to a juror io season o prop*? it
? -. m
b?r?re the trial, and omits to d? sop e
sha.Il cot afterward be allowed to make
th4 aaoieipbjection, unless by Heave of
SEC. 25 No irregular i ty. j o ?ny writ of
?e?<w? facias, Ht'in the t 'drawing, ??UI
montDtr, returning-or cmpanuel.og of
jurors, ?hall be sufficient to set aside a
verdict, utiles* the carty making the
objection was injured by the irregulari?
ty, or unless th? objection was made
before thc returning of the verdict.
Ssc. 26. If cither partj in a case in
which a verdict is rei urned during thc
same term of the court before the trial
givtjrto'any of the jurors who try the
cause anything by way of treat or gra?
tuity, the cour, may, on the motion o?
tho adverse party, si t aside the verdict,
and award a new trial of the cause.
SEC.-7. When a jury after due and
thorough deliberation upoo any cause,
return into court, Without having agreed
upoD a. verdict, the court may state
anew the evidence, or any purt of it, ami
explain to them anew the law applica?
ble to the case, and may ?-end them out
for further deliberation, but if they
refurn'a second time without having
agreed upon a verdict, they shall nut
be sent out again without their own
consent, unie?? they shall ask from the
court some further explanation of the
SEC. 28. That the said Jury Com?
missioners .appointed by the Governor
shall receive fur their service three
dollars per day for every day's actual
service in performing thc duties im?
posed by this Act ; such number of days
not to exceed thc number of days the
court for such county .s?mil be in session,
together with five days to complete the
li^ts aud draw the jurors, to be paid oui
of the treasury of their respective coun?
SEC 29. The jury in any case may.
tt the request of cit li cr party, be taken
to view the place or premises in ques?
tion, or any property, ma*ter or thing
relating to the controversy between the
parties, when it appears to the court
that such view 'is neces.?a-y to a just
decision : Provided, The party making
the motion advances a ?um sa!ftcieut to
pay the actual expenses of the jury and
the officers who atteud them ia taking
the view, which expenses shall be
aftervards taxed like other legal cosis,
if the party rho advauced them prc
vails in the ?uit.
SEC. 30. If a perron duly drawn and
so m moued to atteud as a juror in any
Court neglects to attend without sufficient
excuse, he shall pay a fine uo: exceeding
twenty dollars, which shall be imposed
hy the Court to which the juror was
summoned, and shall be paid into tlx
SEC. 31. When by neglect of any of j
the duties required by this Act to be
performed by any of the officers or per
sons herein mentioned, the jurors to be
?eturncd from any place are not duly
drawn and summoned to atteud tlx
Court, every person guilty of such neg?
lect shall pay a fioe not exceeding oue
hundred dollars, to be imposed by the
same Court, to the usc of thc comity ia
which the offence was committed.
SEC. 32. lt the Board of Jury com
missioners sliall be guilty of fraud, either
by practicing ou the jnry box previously
to a draft, or in drawing a juror, or iu
returning into thc box thc name of any
juror which had been iawfuliy drawn
out, and drawing or substituting another
iu bis stead, or in any other way in thc
drawing of jurors, he shall be punishei
by a fine not exceeding five hundred
dollars, or be imprisoned not exceeding
two years in the State Penitentiary.
SEC. 33 Nothing contained in this
Act shall affect the po*er and duty of
Coroners, Justices of the Peace or Trial
Justice?, to summon and i-mpanticl
jurors, wheo authorized by other provi?
sions of law.
SEC. 34. Thc Clerk of the Court ? f
General Sessions in each county, mt
loss than fifteen .ia).? before the com?
mencement of thc hist term of thc Com;
ii* each year, shall issue writs of venire
/arias in each county for eighteen grand
jurors to bc returned to ?hat Court, who
shall be held to serve at each term
thereof throughout the year, and until
another grand juror is empaneled iu
SEC. 3;>. Grand jurors shall bc drawn,
summoned and returned iu the e.-iuie
manner as jurors for trials, and winn
draw ? at the same time as jurors for
trials, the persons whose names are Gr.-t
drawn, to thc number required, shall br
rot urned us grand jurors, and those
afterwards drawn to the number re?
quired, shall bc jurors tor trials.
SEC. 30. Io ease of deficiency of
grand jurors iu any Court, writs nt
venire (arin* uiay Le issued to the
Sheriff of the couuty io which taid
court is held, to return forthwith such
further number of graud jurors from the
bystanders as may be required.
SEO. 37. Nw more than thirty two
persons lo serve as petit jurors shall be
drawn and su s .mooed 4o atteud at rtnc
and tho same time, at any Court, unless
the*Court shall otherwise order.
SEC 38. That any perron who shall
hereafter bc arraigoed for the crime of
murder, manslaughter, burglary, arson,
or rape,shall be entitled tu all the ind
dents of an arraignment, and to peremp?
tory challenge*, not etccediui? twenty,
and the Stafie. io such eases, shall bc
entitled to peremptory challenges, not
exceeding two, in she manner heretofore
prescribed by jaw. And any person
who shall bo 'indicted for say crime or
offence other thoo those above enumera?
ted, kbuli have thc right to peremptory
challenges of five, aud the State, in
such Ci.*es, shall bc entitled to peremp?
tory' ehalleoges not exceeding two
SKC 39. That an Act entitled '*Ao
Act to regulate the manner of di awing
Juries/' approved the 26th day of Sep?
tember, A. D 1808, and thc Act ra
tided '*An Act tu amend aa Act entitled
au Act tu regulate the drawing of j
Juries," approved the 23d day of March,
1809, and all otner Acts, or parts of
Acts, io any way conflicting with the
provisions of t|is Act, be, and tbs same
is hereby repealed. _ ?
S?V'-'ikXThA tt?i Act e?ell ? (sie
effect, and hare tits.fall power of law,
from and after its psssage.
Approved March IO, 1871.
Lud Pf ?ster-UM sHaster?
Ayert Catiiartic Pilla,
For all th* paggmm of a Lavxattv?
Perhaps jjo one medi?
cine is so universally
required bf every*
body as a cathartic,
nor was ever any be?
fore .so universally
adopted Loto use, in
every country and
among all classes, aa
this mold but efficient
purgative Pia. The
obvious reason is,
that itw amore relia?
ble and lax more ef
Isctaal remedy than any other. Those who have
tried it, know that lt cored e>emi toot* who have
Bot, know that it cm as their aeighDo ct and Wenda ;
and all know that what it does once it does al?
ways -that it ne ver fails through any tanJK or neg?
Sel-1 of i ts composition. We hare thousands upon
ousands of certificates nf their remarkable eurea
of the following complaints, out such cares are
known in every neighborhood, and we need not
publish them. Adaoted to all ages and conditions
in all climates ; containing neither calomel nor any
deleterious drug, they may be taken with safety
ty anybody. Their sagrar-co sting preserves them
e ver fresh.and makes them pleasant to take, while
being purely vegetable, no barm can arise from
their use in any quantity.
They operate by ?ielr poTverful Influence on the
faitern'al viscera to purify the blood and stimulate
it into healthy action-remove the obstructions
of thc stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of
the body, restoring their irregular action to neal th,
and by correcting, wherever they exist, such de?
rangements as are the first origin of disease.
Minute direction? are given In the wrapper on
the box, for the following complaints, which these
Pill? rapidly cure :
For JDy?p'ep?i a or Indigestion, IA st I ese
anees, Liin;uor and lots of Appetite, they
should be taken moderately to stimulate the stom?
ach, and restore its healthy tone and action.
Tor Liver Com plaint and Us various symp?
toms, Billon* Headache, Meat Head?
ache, Jaundice or Oree)? Sickness, Bli*)
tons Colic and ?liions Fe vers, they should
be judiciously taken for each ease, to correct the
diseased action or remove the obstructions which
cause it. _ . ? . . ...
For Dysentery or Di arro cea, but one
mild dose is generally reunired
For itheumatUm, ?ont, Ora-e?, Pal*
pitation of thc Meara, Pain ita the
Side, Back and AVotas, they should be contin
uou:-lv taken, as required, to change the diseased
action of the system, with such change those
For Bropsy and Dropsical Swelling's
they should bc taken in large and frequent doses
to produce the effect of a drastic purge.
For Suppression a large dose should be
taken as it produces the desired effect by sym?
As a Dinner Pill, take one or two Pill* to
promote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimul?tes the stomach and
bowels into healthy action, restores the appetite,
and invigorates th 3 system. Hence it is often ad?
vantageous where no serious derangement ?jdsta.
One who feels tolerably wei), often finds that a
dose of these Pill* makes bim feel decidedly bet?
ter, from then* cleansing and renovating effect on
the digestive apparatus.
Dr. J. C. A TER 4b CO., Practical Clvemisia,
LOWELL. MASS., XT. 8. A.
Du. A- J. clil.\A. A^viit at Sumter, S. C.
Paris ExMbition 1867.
Purify tho blood and
strengthen tho system,
eradicating tho efTect of
1 d.^cipation, maintain tho
human frame in condition
of healthfulness, dispel tho
Bkxo3 and ail mental dis*
tempers, and relievo those
whose sedentary habits lay
thorn open to depression.
They prevent and euro
otts atid other Fevers, Jeerer and
Ague, Chills, diarrhoea, Ytysen
/ery, -yftysprpsia, Sea - UtetneUp
Colic, Cholera, Cholera Aforbus,
and every complaint inci?
dental to diet or atmos?
phere. Ladles will -find
them a sovereign boon, as
they eradicate all traces
of Debility, Nervousness,
Inertness, and Diseases
peculiar to the sex.
[AV Thousands of Testimo?
nials can be seen at tho
office of ^
M. JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor,
Ol & ?6 Water Str -Jt-J?. Y.
CLACrOS A WITTE,
Agents in CUarJeston.
Feb I ? _ 17
X "-"Sinvaluable Family Medicine, for pnrify
inc. cleansing, removing bad odort*j in al? kind?
nf ???! tiru; for burnt, ?ore*, woonda, ?ti rr g? ;
fur Kryiiipola-, rheumatism, and all rkia di?c<se?,
fur catarrh, sore mouth. s<-rc throat, diptberia :
fur c?lie. diarrlosa. ct olera ; as a wn?b to soften
atd_J^sn^f2_thj^_?jo^^ mt.ovc ink stott,
laiMvw. fruit ?tam* ; taken internal!) at well at
^^liet^cxien^U^; to highly recommended by J
all wh" have- n-rd ii- :? fer ?atc hy ?il D*n?r?sl?
ami Country* jlcrrumiu. and may bs ordered
dlr^ctlv of the
IlAHBY FKOFliYLACTIC CO.,
101 Will isa? Street, N.T.
DR. 8 HAL LE K BER CES "8
Fever and Ague
Alway? Step? lite Catalia.
This ifrdirlaa bas beca before the Pnn
lioniteen y*arai enoVk fiffl a*f^ cd?A
other tmo^reroecUca. It does prego,
dose not sicken the stomach, is perfectly
safe ia tay doe? and" tinder all drettta*
stances, and is th- only Medicine thaAiri2
and. permanently every teem nf Farer
and Agna, beesirse it fa a
Sold hy all
**J4 ? ? ? , g ,ly .
REEDER & DA VU 8,
COTTON FAOTOf??, AND
General Commission MerclianfiJ;
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Oat lt .?
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;. RT* ...tue!' '?'
ANNUAL rlXttOM-Bi_-' $7,??0,009.j
Bates as low as any First Clssa Company.
WE ARE PREPARED ?O FURNISH THIS
ATTBE FOLLOWING PRICESt
$50 Gash per ?ton of 2000 lbs.
$55 Tillie, with approved Cit j
BEARING 7 PER CENT. INTEREST PER ANNUM.
If Furnished on Liens, the usual lien Interest
will be Charged.
Freight and Brayage to be added to above Prices.
GEO* W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Factors, Corner Hayne & Church Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
GEO. E. TAYLOR, SUMTER, S. Cs
THE GUAN APE ISLANDS. FOR SALE BY
GEO. W. WILLIAMS 6 CO.,
Sole Agents for Charleston, S. C.
Jan ii -.?..-' 3m
Irl^fflaM WH ANN ' s
ifoA FOR SALE BY Jg
The Great Fertilizer fo Cotton and all Crops
Tbe unparalleled saeoess o? this Groat 7?rtilistr OB ALL CROPS, proras it to ba tb? BEST sad j
CHEAPEST Manara now offered ia th? market.
It has been used by assay of tao moot easiooot Planters ia tb? South, sad
In every single instance ;t bas given Entire Satisfaction.
Or COTTON ?ts effects Sase beam particularly marked. It ic ao rare "thing for WHANN'S
PHOSPHATE to increase tb? yield from ONE HUNDRED TO TWO HUS DR ED FEB CENT.,
or eren more!
Mr. Geo. C. Dixon, aa em beat planter of Ca morea, fia, ia? lotter U (be "Bun?r A Plaster,"
says that in aa ?p?rissent with sesea leading Snp?rphospbales and fl waa OS, th? WHANN'S
prosed itself the beat of al) those tried. psyi?f a set profit at th? lew saarket rata ?f Ht 9* per
aere of cotton. A copy of Mr- Dixon's ist tar furnished os application.
FOR SALE BY
CLAGHORN, HERRING & CO.,
Charleston, & C. and Au|
Jan 18 Sm
Pacifie Guano Company's
Soluble Pacifie Guano.
THIS GUANO If KOW SO WELL KNOWN
ia all tba Snot hera Stale* forlu revisits*!*
?tac? as a* arancy for iao.-?*?ia- tb? prudaets
nf labor, se not to reqai re tpexnel reees* aseada-1
(?OD frota os. Tts awels* Ure yoes* past aaa es
tablifbed itsclaraelerforreliablesxoelkeetv Tbs
large Axed septtal ?asestad *? ?be Oeat|awsf tat
this trade, affords th* sorest paraalee ff tee !
MBlioood ex celle ace cf its O s as*. 1i oT
BolHag ?jew. Qtsiitetaiii, S. C.
JNO. S. KEESB A COy Oli*wl Ssfesrf
Ballimore. : - 'T
J un ? arv 4 .->?- 'tal
aiarrlasro CliUn i aWISaSf date Mk* CfTSI
and foia?ons^of oo 'asajasT
SO* wrlWo* le^eto^a^^a^^^^^^
? M AN UFA CT ?EX? AT CBA&LZSTO?T, 8. C
Wat G BIS ft GO.,
x c GENERAL AGENTS.
Mu Un l?te* te MB?.
WE SU?8CRTBIR t?pr-jp?rW to ssa**/til
Nr?rra fros Phstn - ssh .sd,
Cifsslsn usd ^fstiM SS sssllssiioc.
? J JOSM?l WitJiSOa, Assst,
A? L. ?. IfltiaWMMM
: " ' IT) ...ui UK n..r unt
JSO. IV lt? si
OF THIS POPULAR FERTILIZER
HAS BEEN IllllD F?ll TIE SEM i M?T,
TO MEET THE NECESSITIES OF THE
AND HAS BEEN FIXED AT
CASU-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 Agents, CHARLESTON, S. O.
~ ELISHA CARSO-S Agent for Sumter County.
.16* Call and see rue at CREEN & WALSH'S STORE.
\~Jn addition to ^Erfand'? Fertilizer I am prepared to Furnish Planten the
For composing T? it li cotton seed and other Plantation Manares.*
Pri?e pr r Ton of 2009 pounds at Factory, $.10 C.tsh. On time $35 per ton, at Factory,
parable 1st November next, without interest.
ELISHA CAZ SOX, Anent.
Feb 1 tf
Of Practical Success.
Introduced in 1852. Patented Bec. 20,1859
OLDEST SUTER-PHOSPHATE MANUFACTURED IX THIS COUNTRY.
Hitrogenized Super-Phosphate of Lime?
Bones, Phosphat ic Guano, Conccn?ratcJ Ammoniacal Animal Matter and
No Salt, Salt Cake, Plaster, Nitre Cake, nor any Adulterant of anj kind used.
The ammoniacal animal matter in Ma pcs' Nitrojrenized Soper Phosphate of Lime consist*
of the flesh (containing to percent, of ammonia) :in<I the blood (containing 15 |>er ecnt. of ?OB mo?
nia) of Beeves, Horses, Fish andotber anima'.", after the expression of the fat and oil by St<:am.
We annex tbs analysis of Professor Shepard :
Ammonia yielded by the organic matter.-....2 ?4 per cent.
fl 08 Insoluble Phosphoric Acid. 19.7 ' Rone Phosphate of Lime.
3.38 Soluble Phosphoric Aci>!.5.4* Snlable Phosphat* of Lime.
3.38 Soluble Phosphoric Acid.7.38 B-.ne Phosphate of Lime dissolved.
7.20 Sulphuric Acid.~....I5.4S Sulphate of L me.
An excellent Ftrtiltatr. Respcctfu ly sabmittcd,
C. T. J flEPARD, Jr.. M. D.
Inspector of Fertilizers for Sooth Carolina.
Send for Pamphlet. _
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
General Agents, VIS Kaat l?aj, Charleston, S. C.
CEO. W. LEE^Agcnfat Sumter.
THE DICKSON COMPOUND,
MANUFACTURED BY THE
DICKSON FERTILIZES COMPANY.
THE DICKSON COMPOUND is made on the formol is use-? sdsaort exclusively for several
years past by Mr. Dickson upor. bis own farm, the bc?t Per uv inn <innno tn liberal proportion
betas used aa a base supply i rg ammonia. It is a happv eosabiaatioa of essential ingredients
found by careful and grudual trial on Mr. Dickson*? part to be the .?fest and most reliable as well
as tbs vest productive ia crop? - f ai! fertilizers available to the planter.
Tba materials for ?ts manufacture are carefully parebased by analysis or made at oar own works,
ander esta pe tent chemical advice, and the preparation ot the Compound u condaetod with all
accessary care and attention tc ensure uniformity ia quality and value.
N?talas; whatever that is iahrior is sold from oar bsnds.
A. WHITE, ? Ca
Agents at Sumter.
NSW FALL ANIO WINTER DRY GOODS!
JUST OPENED AT
STOLL, WEBB cfc OOo,
Hos. 287 AND 289 KIN J STRBTT,
_ RETA LL jj? WMyb*99hmZT~
Wa beg tomfemewTisands, pstrons and all citizens ef fainter, and the adjoining couti tie
that wa kare opened a large
IT NO. 2S9 Kt?lGlT>EET,
aext doer te ear 1 stall itara, ob?re wa will show a fall assortment sf cheap DRT G CODS, at tba
lowest figures fer cats or etty acceptance.
This arrangement Is Ssp**i?H> convenient for country beyers, both ladies and gentlemen.
1st. Select aft year pitea goods at wholesale ; then visit tba retail store and have all of yetar
'goods packed in eau box.
We gas rae tee to shew the largest stock sad at jost as low figures as ?aa be found ia the city.
Be tars and examine oar stock (before yon m*ke ap year bill) at No. 289 Kieg street.
STILL WEBB k CO.
Maw Jetai O. Anana tatrith ra), ead will be always on hsnd, ready to give ?its friends and ac.
areal- las III every at tots ilea possible.
Respectfally, STOLL, WEBB A CO.
Sept ?S-asa_ _ _
FOR THE CURE OF ALLF?RMS?F
Dy s p e p a I .
?j all eases whare t Tonie is 4Hat*et} and ht ikara reccver'ag fro? Aea
awsnaurai He^ra?ve. Maa^faeia^ky W. H. CHAF11ACO.^.
j ?j ? es tfT Sat? Bay, Ch si balta.; S. C."