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(LL AUF ON WFK I&SCRANCE.
/'Bili Ary)," the fauious Georgia
jifcujorift, has been- w interviewed" by
"?veral Life Insurance agents, aad J??
hrst he public ic "bis inimitable style,
jlth his experience :
\ 'A friend (I suppose he was a friend)
wd nie, and .-aid he wauled to see nje
rtikaWly. fie tobi me a little way
jHck arid hrtnded me out some litth?
Sisjuib pacers, full ol' figures, aud said
h? wafted me to insure my life. That
,Ke?M?8 me worse thau anything, for it
?d like i was in danger, and be had
-fouud it out. 1 asked min if he
?gilt there would be /fight. Ile
plained things to nie-'?ud I feli re
ieved, and decliued tv insure for the
You see 1 fc.'r mighty will,
i d couldn't see tb/necessity. At the
jext corner I uiet/anuther friend, who
terned glad to s-0te me exceedingly.
~?~Hc held iuy/fjaij'i io his several mo?
ments. IJey?sked me if my lile was
insured, ile said he wa? agent for the
oest cuypany. He then explaiued tu
nae thyc a man might die at any time
rbat^ney didn't uudenake to keep a
lrom dying. So 1 decliued, but
pressed ?y gratitude for bis interest
fay welfare, and promised to buy a
"ohcy as soon as I gut right sick. Just
iii left him, I heard him call sou*?
lier a darned pliool. When I gr>t to
^Sc hotel tin re was aman waitin' for me
_ in the same business. He talked to me
jp au hour ou tho uncertainty of life
fc*d'the certainty of death. I thought
^vjre was a missionary. He.seemed much
< wflcerned n^-jat my wife and children,
t jT?d once or twice wiped his eyes with a
% vhitc pocket haudkerchiei. 1 ktibvvd
.Bie was a friend, and told him 1 would
Inflect seriously about the matter.
>L I believe that company is a purely
"lilanthropic institution, and would
d a teller a few dollats if he was
_Fering. 1 think I Will try to borrow
-*rom their agents to-morrow. Thi,
"?iorning the first one come to see m
??gin, aud 1 koukluded I was looking
0jHty bad, and axed him lo excuse rn?*,
VB 1 was uot feeling well. I went to Dr.
^Alexander and got a dose of salts. He
td me if 1 was sick. 1 told him I
?, aud the reason why. He theu told
all about it, and said there was about
e .mildred of them fellers in town;
they bored half au inch at the first
.tcrview; and an inch on the sccoud in
..he same hole, and so ou till they
jefjot to the hollow, and thc patient give
Ifen and took a policy. I duut know about
i^kut, but I wiil .-ay they are the friend?
lies', mo?t sympathizcu and kindhearted
j?en lever struck ; only I dont like so
[1tuch talk about ooffius aud graveyards,
didn't like thc salts.
mi: L1WYEK AND THE IRISHMAN
While a numbe; of lawyers and gen
raen were diuiug at Wiscassett. a lew
ys since, a jolly soul from the Etn r
Isle appeared and called for diuue-r.
* The iaudlurd told him he should diae
then the^entlemeu were done,
j "Let him crowd among us," whisper?
ed a limb of the law, "aud we wiil have
jome fun with him "
The irishman took his seat at the
"You were born io this country, were
my frieud ?"
"No, sir; I was barn in Ireland."
* ls your father living ?"
\~u No. sir ; he is dead."
i.f' What ir your occupation ?"
_1 A horse ?ockcj. sir."
Pt* u What was your father's occupa?
" Trading horses, sir.".
" Did your father cheat any perron
ile he was here V*
\ " I suppose he did cher.t many, sir."
" Where do you suppose he went to?"
j " 1 o heaven, sir."
."And what do you s'pose he's doing
" Tradiog horses, sir."
ti " Has he cheated any one there ?"
? u He cheated OJC, I believe, fir."
"Why did tiny u-.it prosecute 1: itu ?"
f Bccau>e, ibvy searched the whole
iiogdo.'u of heaven and couldn't find a
WORK IF YOU WOU LD RIME.
J| Richard Burke being found in a
? fevetie, shortly after au extraordinary
Spapplay uf.of powers in the llou.-c ot"
f;ommous by bis brother Edmund, and
aptesfioncd by Mr. Malone as to the
Hfcause. "I brue been woudcring how
||Ned has contrived to monopolize ail the
?Talents of the fa uti ly, but then, again, I
Reittembcr, when we were af jiin// he was
ijalways at m,rlc" The loice of the
PuKulotc ia increased by the tact that
.^Richard Burke wa? not con-idered in
inferior in natural 'akut-, to his more dis
KnguUhed brother. Yet the one rose
|o ^realness, while the other died com
?abarata cly obscure. Don't trust ty your
Aenioa, yoting asen, if vou would rise;
Stat work: xorh : : WORK : : !
~?? ? ?.?
Il may surprise some readers to know
that thc oleander, so popular as a house
id garden pian;, is extremely poisonous.
\_Dr T. L. \yright, in a communication to
the Bellefontaine (Ohio) Rep?blica?,
ja that he was called to attend a child,
"few days nge. who had taten some
ill iragK.euts of an ok ardor bu.'h that
been clipped off. The t?)tnptPOJ9
siiddcn and violent, and the retulf
ir'ty ratal. 1 ?eathly pros tration.nunk
Bfeycs. great pallor, incessant vomiting,
ttveuie thirst, and purging were the
fly-leaf of Rev. Dr. Bethune'* Bible
found writfen the following:
vXofd. pardon What-1 ba\? been;
Sanctify what I am ;
VOrder what ? st ITA i I be ;
*fh*t thine ba the glory,
Atti mine the ?tentai salvation,
RH t. hiict's sake.
Aa- aw lady lightly bliod, w"hile en?
gaged in a futile ?Ueu<pt to *ew battons
ynt yoting Augusta's new jacket, re~r
jBiarked : "Drat these bmtous ! 1 can't j/
find the hole?, and they split ali to
'piece* every time I stieb thc needle in
'lo era." To whick ycyViod J-jXll^\
LU^'tstuR : ".Vttii, k?ok 'ore,** Greuwjf !
voa j i-t let my peppermint drops a rou?.
Vou've split mor o liait of^'fai already.^
"Join,.did yoa. evtjr bet ona horse
|?? ?" " No, bat ? hare seen my fis-j
ter Bet oa oar old mue " .
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NEW VIEWS OF YCKSMITE..
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- 691 Broadway, Nsw York?.
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel.
Importers and Manafoetum of ]|
March 15 -*. .' .
ivporrwss OPA ?ta oeaxaasur. y^f
OtiTLEftY, BOWSj IAR.?WRT, 8TEE?/
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Fob 6-r' - *- ^ "
zw ir y y tr v -?J*
On and after tbjf. date, the following Schedule
will be run daily, Sundays excepted, outin?cU??
wi'h Night Train? on South Carotina Railroad
?np and dov/o ; also w'?th Tra?na going North and
South on Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad : ,
Leave Columbia at.:........... 7 00 a. ra.
" Alston..:....'...A.^.:. 9.10 a. m.'
" .Newberry.li 15 a. m
" Ookesbury......n........ 3.o0-p. mi
? Beltiin ........?. 5.00 p. ni.
Arrive at Greenville... ftV?O p. in.
Leave Greenvilleat.". 5 15 a. m.
fi Belton.......... 8 05 n. m.
u Cokeshury....UM) 7 ?. m.
?i Abbeville.......fcS IS a. nt
" Newberry.r.. 1.50 p. m.
?' Alat?n.,.......... 4 05 p. ru:
Arrive at C"Ini:il>i?. 5 55 p. m.
M. T. BARTLETT. General Ticket Agent.
Central Kail Road Co?
; CHARLESTON, S. C., March 13. Is71.
TBK NI TH INSTALMENT OF FIVE
DOLLA Its l'Ell bUARE, will be payalle.
on lath April, proximo.
In Charleston-at ibo Office of the Company,'
No 10 Brou J tfrect.
In Sumter-T<> Major JOSEPH JOHNSON.
Ia Clarendon-To Dr. G. ALLEN HUGGINS.
' WM. Ii. PERONNEA?, Treasurer.
Cheraw and Parlinsioa Rafi .ioad
SrpEPisTKsnKST's OFHCF:, "I
CHERAW A ? DAHUSGTO* \L. lt. Ci,., I
CUERA?-, S. C., January 21. l'Oit. j
ON AND AFTE : MONDAY NEXT, the 23d
instaba following SCHEDULE r.ill be
run by the Trains ou this Hoad:
Leave Cherarr at.<5.45 A. M.
I/cave Cash's st.715 A. M.
Leave So. ?ely Hill at.7..")? A. M.
Leave D.>vt> nt.S :)b A. M.
Leave Darliogtod at........?? Ul A. M
Ar ii ve st Florence at-.1U.UU A. M.
. CP Tr. A ix. '
Leave Florence at.^^...6.00 P. M.
Leave Darlington ut .?..?> 5"? P. M.
Leave Dove's ?it.~....7.3? i'. M.
Leave Society Hill HT.8.K? R. M.
Leave Clich's af.8.45 P. M.
Arrive at Cheraw at.9.15 P. M.
Other Trains make close connection* at
Florence witn the Trains to and from Charleston,
an.! to nn<i from Ringville.
Pa.isenjrcrs tor W?ming.on and the ?forth
will romain at F orecce Oom lu A. M. until 5.
45 P. M.
A, R. Stillman's
DRV GOODS HOUSES
231 Kin j Street,
FOURTCI DOOP. BELOW WENTWORfl ST.
Charleston* SC .
OPEXIXO OF S PRIX G AXD
NEW AND FASHIONABLE DRE?S DOODS.
FRENCH CAMBRICS AND MUSLINS.
WHITE AND BUFF PIGNAS.
CASHMERES TWEEDS AND JEANS.
DOMESTIC GOODS OF EVERY KIND.
HOSIERY GLOVES AND N0TION3.
All cheap f-r cash at
A. ?.. STILLMAN'S,
2S1. Kiug Street.
Kinsman & Howell,
Factors and Commission
Cotton and Naval Stores?
Charleston, S. C*
MANUFACTURED AT CHARLESTON, S. C
Wa C. BSE ? CO.,
Has Been Reduced la Price?
THE SUBSCRIBER is preparad to sup? lyall
rrdtrs fruin Planurs on demand.
'Feed your land and ? triff F i You."
Circalars andTerm? OD ?pplicatioa.
JOS EPH^ JOHNSON,' Ager?t|
At L. P. LOBING'S Store, Main Street.
Jaa n-Zu9 _, _ . ?
tx arr?ase Golde--Every One Ills Own
A privats instructor f r married perso** or
boss ?bout to be ovrW, b??th mala and fe?
r?ale, in sverythieg coneeniing the physiology
md rc'at?oos of our sexual system, and the pro
luction and pr?ventiert atfjUVpriog, lueludins;
ill the sew diieeveriea never before given In the
Sriglisa. laegnbge, ' by WM. YOUNG, M. Ii,
NR? ia really a v*!ouble and iBtevexttog. Work.
lt ls written ?a tHsin Unjeege for tnt general
eadar.-and U Hraatrate I with jmmtrua? en
(tnnngt. All young married people, or those
?nteopiaring sualTisge, and h*ring the* least
inpediment ta . marrW life, should ?ad tai*
?.i. It JHMIMCT ?e?rets tint- every eae-cbouM
>e actrtainh-d witbi t?ltit ir# *e??k thstjnusr
.e^oaked ap and SKU Ita,abaci tb* botwo. lt ?Hi
>? urnt tn enrjadiswfcflsr fresjpt af 60 coots
t??rasV Dt WssVTOH?G? SWl* Spruce
'treat, ?bore Foirrtb, Fhllsd?lpal?, \ ' - -
i Nut ii . i *fc
Jor Diseases of ti* Throat ?tad Longs,
?iori aa Coughs, Golda, Wheopin*
Cougli, l?roncMttB, Aatiims,
probably never "xsfore m tho whole history cf
. ?edicine, has any thing won' ?o widely and so
! deeply upo a the coniaienae of- mankind, as tala, j
L excelfent remedy fax pulmonary complaints.
: ?jhrengb a long selie* cf years, and ?mong most |
' of the races or men it bas risen higher and nigher ,
In their estimation, as it baa become better known.
It? uniform character and power to cure the va?
i rious affections-_?f tte-lungs and tbroat, have
Lmrde it known aa a reliable protector against
them.- While adapted to milder forms; of disease
and to young children, it ip nt thc same time tbe
mo3t effectual remedy that can be given for incip- !
lent consomption, and the dangerous affections
of toe throat and lunga.. \ As a provision against
sodden attacks of troup, it should bc kept on -
band in ever' fiuaily, and indeed as all are some?
times subjeci to cold? and coughs, all ebould be :
provided with thia antidote for them. - j
Although settled toitatimption ie thought b>
by the Cherry Pertvral. So complete ls ita
mastery ever the disorders or the Lunga and
Throat, that the mott obstinate cf timm yield to it.
When nothing else could reach tu cm, under the
Cherry Pectoral they subside and disappear..
Singer? and Publie Speaker? Und great
protection from it.
Asthma ia always relieved and often wholly
cured by it.
Bronchitis ls generally cored by taking the
Cherry Perforai in sniail and freqnent doses.
So generally arc its virtues "krio'vn, that we
need not publish thc certifier.tes of them here, or
do more thrm assure the public tbat its cjoalities
are fully maintained.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
POT Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fever,
Chill Fever, Remittent Fever, Dumb
Acue, Yericdioel or Bilious Fever, ?ta,
and indeed ell the affections which arise
. irom malarious, marsh, or miasmatic
As its name implies, it does Cure, and doe? not
tail. Containing neither Arsenic, Quinine, Bis?
muth, Zinc, nor any other mineral or poisonous
Substance whatever, it in nowise injures any pa?
tient, nie number and iiu]?ortaiice of its cures
In thc ntmc districts, ore literally beyond account,
and wc believe without a parallel in the history
of Ague medicine. Our pride ls gratified by tho
a?knowIedxn>cnt8 we receive of thc radical cures
effected in obstinate cases, and where otber rem?
edio.- h id wholly failed.
Unaooliinated" persons, either resident in. or
traveUinc: through miasmatic localities, will be
protected by triking thc AG VF. CV HE dolly.
For lArrr Complaint*, arising from torpid?
ity of thc Liver, it i? nn excellent remedy, stimu?
lating the Liver imo healthy activity.
For ??'.?mis Disorders and Liver Complaints, it
Is an excellent remedy, producing many truly
remarkable cures, where oilier medicines had
Prepared bv Du. J. C. ATTR A Co., Practical
and Analytical Chemists, Lowell, nlass., and
sold all round thc world.
TRICE, $1.00 PBS BOTTLE.
Dn. A- J. till ?A As* i .II feuuitrr, S. C.
Coughs, Colds, &c.
For the Speedy Relief and Per?
manent Cure of
Au.i ail Diseases of the
Lungs, Chest, or Throat ?
'FUE EXPECTORANT is composed
A exclusively of Hcrb-l and Mucilaginous
Ptrnw.ate.iitc very Substance O/ITI/LHWJS
causing them to throw off the acrid minter which
c<>llec:s in the Bronchial Tabus, and al the rame
time f->rtus a so tilling coiling relieving tho ir
r: ation ?hieb produces the cou^h. ,
The object to l?e obtniiicd is tu cleanse tbe
organ of ali imparities ; to uoari.b tiud rtiength
?11 it when it bas l?-c.:u- impaired Mnd enieiblrd
hy discus?.': to renew and invigorate the circulation
of the Hood, and strengt ben the nervone j>rgnn
isatiun. Th* KXPLJIOltAAT'dve* this le an
?st?ui?hiag dogie-. It b active hui mild and
congi nial, imparting functional energy and
natural ?trciigih. lt affords Oxygen to vitalit?
the >do?d, and Nitrogen *to as Mulila te the mat.
ri cqttalizra the "nrrrons Influence,*'
producing quiet and cuipo.-ure.
It is invnluiii.le, os it immediately relieves tho
dttficulcbreof bing ?nd barnsiiug cotsgii wli'.cb
ai tend.- that din-as*.
It is a ?penlic -ona d??c often rcli'.-ving the dis
tressing chokiug, ead produc?j,g uiu ai.d
Ko mother should .ver ?"e wunt/ut abo/tic nf the
hXI'LCTORANT tn .tbe house We lave
numerous certific?is* of iii buring rcjiec-d,
a1m?rt inirt?ntly, tl:e little sufferer, when death
appeared atmaat iiicv?* ble.
MOTHERS BE ADVISED!
K'rrp ?? on lUllt'l !
Thif dread disease rcro ros prompt act tea; as
soon as the tr.mr-e, ludlow rough i.? heard, apply
the remedy, aud it u easily subdued ;
BIT pE&Sl IS l>A>nG?HGUS!
t&. The properties of the EXPECTORA ST
are d<viiul<reut. nairttrz?thuite*aio, southing, and
hc;i!:rg I' brace? the nervous ayttettt and pro?
puse.? pleasant and refr?uhing sleep.
it J'lxhilurates and Relieves
Gloominess and Depression. *
Containing ail thew qui. itn> ;? a c. tutoient
andeonccnrratedform.it has proven to be thai
MwST VAUAoLK uva BroSA;.l
evc.-cffr73 to sufferers fro aa Pulmonary disons-J
. AC ti USIA, QA
eSoId by" DruggisU every ?bera.
.10 _ '. ?m
XPA?iTAMlVUAi C. H.,
REV. A M. SH IPI', b. D.. President and
PrV*iu,.*r^Kvar|| ?nd if<,r?| Scl.nee.
DAVID VVTfrAX, il M.. Professer At?eie?t
Langwse-e? ana Literature.
?Er. willi LP??HD amm, D.D., Prt>fcseeT
hnzbsb Literature; 1
WARBEN' DU l'Ut, A. tf., Professor Saturai
' fJClein^. * . - . " ?J *
JAB. IL CARLiSLK, A. ll. Professor Mathe- i
nwt:??. " .
REV A.H. LEST RR, A. ii., Professor etistery
." and BiMM:LHev?k?rev. . :
Thc Pr<"par.nir>ry .-rh ^i, andar thc imm?diate
supcrv^k.n ??f the Faeoity, Jno. W. SJJJPi',
A. M., 1'rineij.aL ^v . '<
Diriniry ?clurt.l-Ber. A. M, Shipp, J}. J>.
Rev. Wkitefooyd Smhhv Xt. lKyK**. A. H*
Lauer, A. M, .' > -
Tie flraA^sien of fbjg ievfeteentb Col?sgiatt
Tear lloren the fl ret ?Mun ddt W O?t?iier,
l?lQ, the .e^eowkl Jfeseien begins on tee first-h?o? '?
^ay irr Jn.uvy, leV?L (
Tuition p<rycar, in .College C^seh. Ittesedjec
ttrffdngaa? fee.*** r*C*r>ene*r - V*^ ri ,
-B?W?TT, Ptvprwtt* .
Jan ' If
175, 177 & m J??fC STREET,
CH?R?E$XQN% & c.
"jQONT BUY YO?R~ ' \
UNTIL YD ? EKAM&ET ?Y STOCK.
Con.-tant.)y OE hand a large and veli selected ;
assartsae&t of , y"
Of the latest and mo?t approved-sty Ic?, which be |
offera :it prices which cannot fail to please?
. S ALSO, - - I , . '
Chamber and Cottage Sets,
AU kinds of MATTRESSES nude to order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING- dene at
shortest notice and io the best manner.
N. B.-Goods Ca/efully Packed UT Shipping.
April b 3m
NOAH WALKER & CO,
Celebrated Clothiers of
BALTIMORE, MD. -
Annotncc the Introduction of a Dian of ordering
CLOTHING ANO UNDERWEAR
;' BY LETTE it,
tc wbich they esl! your special attention.
Tbiy will send on application their improved
HULES FOR- SELF-?I EAS URE MENT.
nn<lafuli line of samples from (heir immense
s i noir of CLOT/IS, CASS IM EB ES, COAT
/.VG'.?. SHIRTINGS, Ac, Ac, tho? enabling !
partied in auy part of the country to order their j
Clutbrug sud .Shirts direct from them, w.th the
certainty uf receiving garments of
Th Very Latest Style
And Most Perfect Fit
(tools ordered will be sent by Express to any
part sf the country.
Asiswe:! known throughout the Southern
Status they baTe for FORTY-THREE YEARS
in al departments of their business, which is a
snbsUatial gnarnntco as to the character nf the
Goods ?bey will send ont.
A large and well-assorted stock of
always on hand, togeibcr with a full line of
including a*' se latest Novelties in Design, acdat
W1i?n Goods are sent per Expr?s* C. 0 D.,
there will Its no collection charge on amounts of
$20 nnd over
Kutra for Self-Maasurement, Samples of
G'm-ls and Price List nentfree on applicator*.
The ? dentin vf thc Trude is invited to our
WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT which is al
ways kept up to the highest standard.
NOAH WALKER A CO.
Manufacturers and Dealer.? in Men's and Boys'
Clothing and Furnishing Goods, either ready
made or made to order.
165 ?nd 1G7 Ballimore Street,
310 N FY CANX0T B?7Y IT
FOR SIGHT IS PRICELESS ! !
THE DIAMOND GLASSES, manufactured
by J. E. SPENCER A CO., New York, which
?re now c.ff. ret to the public, are pronounced by
ali (Le r?s!rbiaied Opticians of the world tobe
the must Perfect, Natural Artificial bely to the
human eye ever known.
Tbvy .ire trr-mml ui.der their own supervision,
from minu'e Crystal Pebbles, melted toge(her,
aO'i >I'-rive their uaa.e. ' "Dtofntiod,** oo account
nf their hardness aud brilliancy..
Tbl seientifie principle ari wbKu they sre con
sjrueted brings thc cor?or centre ot the lens di?
rectly in trout of the eye, producing a elear and
distinct vision, as in (he natural, healthy fight,
tad preventing ?ll unpleasant sensations, such as
"lin inering and wavering of sight, diuiness, Ac,
i,eeulUr to all.utl ;r* in'use.
They are io >anted in the finest ' manner ia
fr..o?i:? ot thc best quality, of all materials used
fur that purpose. Their finish and durability
e-mnot he surpassed.
CAUTIOIC-None genuine unless heiring their
trad? mark ?tanape I on every frame.
F. HALTOA? FOLSOM,
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER,
L/sember 91 rf
J. HIS in valcibls Family, Medicine, for purify
ing. cleansing, removing bad odors ia ?1! kinds
fal EryMpsf^rheumatlsba. sed all/kin diseases,
for catarrh. $>-n m ou tb, sore throat diptheria ;
for colic diarrhea, es olera ; as sj wash to soften
?nd bi-aptify (be vkrTij to rc?.?ra^ink jpi?ts,
all who hare CS wt ft-jj. j?g^^?U^j^g
aaa Country Mcrcbsou, and- aay be ardmtttf
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! ? JUE? CATALOGBB, No. 7.
^TO?lN ESTEN - COOKERS LJFE OF GEN.
.J' KOBE RT E. LEE, Illustrations, Portraits
and Maps'.-.:..;...:?,.. .-?..w.S?.QO
MttS?ig-j.?Ter the "ChristianY ear," and "Ljra
' Int oeenttua," by Charlotte Yonge," toother
??th a few Gleanings of Recollections of the
- Rev: Juba Keble, gathered by several
A Concordance to ^KebJt'a Christian Ye ar".. 2.50
Holidays at St. Mary's , or Tales in a Sister.
" hood, by ?. B. N.^_...1.00
The Jordan and ks Valley and the Bend Sea,
."The Loit'Btessmg.by Auna Shipton.,,...... 1-O?
Mornings with Jesus, a Ser?es pf Devotional
- leadings for the Closet, ?nd the Family,
by Rev. William Jay, $1-50,'. Evenings
with Jesus, by Jay.""".1.50
-Prof. Darwin's New .Book, "The Descent of
Man/ and selection la relation to Sei:,
by Charles-Darwin, with illustrations,
Third Volume of Max Maller'* Chips, from
a German Workshop, containing essays
on Literature, Biography, and Antiqui?
The History of Greece, by Pref. Dr. Ernest
. Curtius, translated by A. W. Ward, M.
t A., vol. 1..;?..; ............2.50
A. Handbook of Legendary and Mythological
Art, by Clara Erskine Clement, with de?
Life aud Nature ander the Tropics; Sketches
erf Tra veles am oBg the Andes and of the
Orinoco, l io Negro, and Amazons, by
H. M. and P. V. N, Myers .2.00
The American Sportsman, containing hints
* to Sportsmen, notes on Shooting, and the
habits of the Game Birds and Wild Fowl
of America, by Lewis, with illustrations.2.75
A new Book, by the euther of'Ucee nomo"
Roman Imperialism, and other Lectures
and Essays, by J. R. Seely, M. A. 1.50
Adventures of a Young Naturalist, by Lucien
Blast, wfjh 117 illustrations...1.75
Wonderful Escapes, revised fr*m the French
of F. Bernard, with additions, illustra
Youth's Histo y of the Great Civil War ia
the United States, by Horton, with illus?
The Science of Money a Great Truth ; G??Id
Legal Tenders, Bills of Exchange, Ex?
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Favorable or Unfavorable Balance of
Exchange, All simplified and made
clearly manifest, by No mistake............1.75
A new Variorum Edition of Sbakspeare, edi?
ted by Horace H. Furness, vol. 1., Romeo
The Life of John Adams, begun by John
Quincy Adams, completed by Charles
. Francis Adams, 2T?1.".,..3.C0
Lord Lytton*s Life of Lord Palmerston, 2
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on the Preparation and Delivery of
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FAJlltY ARD POCKTUX BIBLES.
?YE HAVE RECENTLY MADE LARGE
ADDITIONS to our stock of BIBLES. The
prices are greatly reduced. We are BOW offering j
an jnusual large varietyor*ENGLISB AND'
AMERICAN FAMILY BIL LKS. POCKET BI?
BLES, and the EPISCOPAL PRAYER BOOK,
at extremely low prices.
X?f Persons residing in the country will
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to ns for any books published in America, they
will be charged only the price of the book. We
pay for the Postigo or express.
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No. 260 KINO STREET, (IN THE BEND),
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
New stales Straw Hats for Gentlemen, viz :
PEDAL AND LEGHORNS.
The prices vary from 50 cts. to $4.
Extra wide Straw Hat* for men and boys... 25c.
A large variety of new style Stiff Pelt Hats,
for joun g mt n-pri?es......$ I to $3
Men's and youth's Soft Felt Hats, with high
er low crowns, aud wide or narr?w
rims.Sve. $1 $2. $3.
Boys' Dress, , School and Yard Straw
Hats. -Soe. 75c. $1.
Pot the dear little children we have beautiful
little fancy straw Hats 50c, $1. $..50 $2.
Ladies' and Hisses' Shaker Hood.?.25<-ts.
??reen, blue and brown Silk Parasols.$1.
Black and brown gingham Parasols 50c. 75c. $1.
-ilk, Alpaca and Gingham Umbrellas ia variety.
Low price Umbrellas...75cts. $1. $1 50. $2.
Young men's fancy Narr, w Panam* Hats.
Extra wide ria Planter's Panama Hau.
?Talking Cases for mea, boys and uhil
dren..._. ."" ?,."-.,_ .25 cents to $4.
Men's and boys' Caps. 50 cents, $1. $1.59.
Army, Navy and Pic-Nie Caps.
?f ONE PRICE and TERMS CASH.-&3
STEELE'S "HAT BALL,?
Ne. 313 King Street. Sign ot the "BIG HAT."
Charleston, 8. C.
BL^m TRADE? 187L
Complete seta from $3 to $20 pet net
All the different kinds nt reduced pri?es.
. FISHING. TACKLE.
Of every description.
Fat ladies and gentlemen.
FOREIGN FANCY GOODS.
GUNS AND PISTOLS OF ALL
KINDS AND PRICES.
Goods shiny.id to nay nert of the country per
express. The same ea rete I attention given to
orders by mail a* ta personal parch aies Prices
mt one goods based oe gold at par.
P?ULTN?.Y, TRIMBLE & CO.,
200 W. Ballimore Street?
March 22- BALTIMORE, MD.
BOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
Just published,a new edition of Dr. C OLVER
WWUfo CELEBRATED ?SSS A Y on the radical
?Mrc (a i?H>ut medicine) of Br?enarenan??a oe
rtminai Wea) noes, Involuntary Seminal Losses,
rares SICT, Mental ead Physical Incapacity, Im
Mtmanuto Marringa, etc.; also, Cosmo*ert?n,
tf-fLwar, and Fm, i od aced by eelf-indalgsceo
?f sexual extravagance.
k * OortJof**)!* 4 eenie.
The celebrated author, io th? adair*?-W assay,
?ocrb Jeep oestrous, ??m a thirty year?' me?
?csful ornetlee* that tho alana i ag tjoase^ncevese
tfaelf abase may beradioariy eared citboni the
laogeraaa qa* af internet ntedjeineor tho asspA
of ^koifn j^Ln?nt- ont a ?node.ed en?
if ^9^6m\\ ^VsWJt -AABaaTtf, &0 seVemastessT vilAt hn% tWnmr*'
'fe?Xh?* Leets** ehenldbe hi the banda ot!
?rerj ywthandevfn^ w^-.-v tt^Uad.
W^^^^ ^^.U* t?"e%? ^w^isa? . ^*e>?^^'sr|}Af t? enfly
dehese, r&paid, eat/eoei>t-aU emu or two
CHAS. H. MOISE,
Sumter, S. C.
Liverpool & London & Globe ? New York Life
Insurance Company. ! Insurance Company.
ASSETS IN -GOLD..;.?20 ?00.000. ASSETS.$!5 000 000.
ANNUAL INCOME IN GOLD..... $6,000,000 ANNUAL INCOME. . ?7,004,9*0.
Tunes ai low as any First Class Company. Ratos ns low as any First Class Cotnnnnv
Jaw TA', . |
TVE ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH THIS
AT TEE FOLLOWING PRICES:
$50 Cash per ton of 2000 lbs.
$55 Time, with approved City
BEARING 7 PER CENT. INTEREST PER ANNUM.
If Furnished on liens, the usual Lien Interest
will be Charged.
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Freight and Drayage to be added to above Prices.
GEO- W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Factors, Corner Hayne & Church Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
GEO. ?. TAI LOR, SUMTER, S. C.
Jan 25 . 3m
THE GUA NAPE ISLANDS. FOR SALE BY
GEO. W.* WILLIAMS & CO.,
Sole Agents for Charleston, S. C.
?? dWT ? UTA. 99
S^rdy's "Soluble Phospho-Peruvian."
Sardy's " Amnioniated Soluble Pacific. "
Highest Grade South Carolina Asliepoo Boone Phosphates
and Ground Land Plaster.
Thc use of the above Soluble Pho-ph-. P<nivion, .> d Aewneniated Soluble Pacific Guanos, is
particularly rc<-oininendcd. be'ng eompound* et the riebest Pl-o.-phaiic Guano?, rtn-i?-rc<l eulah!.:
A ii ? ci ' . H t a ; f 1 wi h Genuine Pe:uviaii Guano and Ania??) Metier-making 'he most concentrated
ani profiiub?c Fertiliiers in u?c t?r Colt*?. Corn. Worst nod Tobacco.
MANUFACTURED AT CHARLESTON, 3 C., and SAVANNAH, GA.
For sole in Bags and BJ sr-1? >n q.?ntiti?s to suit, hy
E. C. GREEN, of Green & Walsh,
Sumter, S. C.
JOHN B. SAEDY,
Conter East Bay ami Broad Streets, t kurfeiton, S. C.
Somit, S. C.- Dear Sir : It af ords nie pleatur* to say that I have used Sur )\ ".- F rtiliteraod it
has given me prent sstMnctio.. That p:.r: -.f tl? field ?hrre I used it I 'eel ? : s.iying will
-snake at lean three times os much eott". a* that wttere none was put.
Very re-peeUu;iy. PETE ll ME!.LET.
MADISO.V, GA., Nov. 1st. 1860.-MR. Sit:r?T-We pcrebascd. Ia,t spring, twenty tons of Soloble
Peruvian Guano, nearly all of which wa? a) plied tn . . ttnn. A drencht of about ti^h; weeks cat
the crop short, but on land manured .nh y ?ar fertiliser, there was a marked difieren*. !" be ob?
served ; and we are well ?.ti? Ced that in p olity the y cl ? w t? fuliy oyr. minn MOKE. Tu say thc
least, your fertilizer hos given ns better satistaetioa than * y we have heretofore tried.
Trulj yours, TRUE EROS.
Ired your latid and it Kilt Fred You.
April 5 Im
* EIGHTEEN YEARS
Of Fra o ti cal Success.
Introduced in 1852. Patented Dec. 20,1859*
OLDEST SUPER-PHOSPHATE MANUFACTURED IN THIS COUNTRY.
Kitrogenized Super-Phosphate of Lime.
Bones, Phosphatic Guano, Concentrated Ammoniacal Animal Matter and
l?o Salt, Salt Cake, Plaster, Nitre Cake, nor at?y Adulterant of any kind used.
$t9" Tho ammoniacal animal matter ia .Mapee' Nitrojreniied Super Phosphate of Lime consists
ot'the fie*h (containing 10 per cent, o'ammonia) and the blood (containing 15 pew cent ?>f ammo?
nia) of Beeves, Horse*, Fish and other animal?, after the expression ot tbe tat and ?tl hy Steam.
W. annes tbs a.alysis of Profesor Sbeftrd :
Ammonia yielded by the organic matter.2.54 per oort.
9 0* InjalaHe Puoepborie Acid.~.-. Bone Phosphate of Lin c.
3.W Soluble Phosphoric Add.5.4* Soluhlr Phosphate of Lime.
13? 8i-l?ble fhorpbori. Acid-.-.7.38 Done -Pbo.phate -f Lime di-- ved.
TJ0 Sulpheri. Aei*_......~.16-4? Sulphate cf L inc.
Aa eieelhsnl Fertiliser. Respectfu.ly rabmitted,
C. U. SHEPARD, Jr., M. D.
Inspector of Fertilizer? for South Carolina.
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Pri?e ------ $50 C a s h.
Bead for Pamphlet._
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
Generai Agents, 128 East Bay, Charleston. 8. C.
GEO. W. LEE, Agent at Sumter.
i EE DER ? DAVIS,
COTTON FACTORS, AND
H&er&l Commission Merchants,
Charleston, 8 , C.
lotte. Ziatatamaa Davis
CHARLESTON, 8. ?.
BOARD. PER DAT. $8.00.
MOT, aaauvea, ama. a. L. snrxarr SLB,