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Mnore th-" 0110 IS1 iWni how hollow
fi *4L. proverh, and bli burd.
1. 1I1.e worin, it Nitro i uso follow,
Ot up earlier i han t he bird.
iniihtless, Ion, the bird1 iii rj'estion,
Eating will too yrent a 7al,
Sufferedi much front lvimligestion,
Ovring to Ihat mortting ineal.
Anil it would not he surprising,
It'tbat birdie full a prey
To h 'sporttsmnn-eorly rising
MaIes the aim bo buro, they say.
Perhaps its young too-hadi it any
ly their parent left forlorn,
Cang'it catarrhal nihnents many
From the keen, cold air of morn.
Other hirtds -for birds will chatter
When I hoy saw the birds alight,
blight iav 3 chirped with iournful patter,
SAl I the rako's hoon out, all night "
Summing up the case concisely,
This docidedly 1 say :
Early hirds don't get. on nicely,
Early rising doom not pay.
Cor.tarirA, January 26. - The
Sonato not at 12 M. President pro
Ien. Montgomery in the Chair.
Joint resolution that a joint coin
mittee be appointed, with authority
to itvite proposals with plans and
speoiflcationzs for the contemplated
fitting up of the other wing of the
State House, and with instruction.i to
report the result of their action to the
General Assembly, was received from
the House, adopted, and Mc;sra. Jill
son, Hayne, Luliney and lo.-ter ap,
pointed the committoo on the part of
A message from the llioue, relaLive
to the election of an As, i ito Jius.
tice, was received a ii forti ion.
Corbin introduced a bill for the
appointment of Tiajl .1 sties.
Notice wits given of a bill to au
thoriso counties and towns to raise
subsoriptions for works of general
Rainey introduced a bill to amend
tn Act entittled "An Act to fix the
salaries of certain oflicers."
The Committee on Incorporations
mado an unfavorable report on a bill
to grant the exclusive right to certain
persona to mine and dig in tho naviga
bE streams, for phosphates, in thin
State. Laid over.
A bill to reviso, simplify and
abridge the rules, practico, pleadings
and forms of the Courts of this State
(Corbin and Whipper's codo,) was
road the third t ime, and, after d iscus
ion, ordered to the House of Repre
At 3 o'olock p. mu., the Senate ad
HOUSE OF R EPRESE.NTAT [VES
The House met at 12 m. Speaket
Moses in the chair.
A joint resolution by Hlayne, to ge
into an election for Associato Justice
to fill the vacancy occasioned by the
resignation of fudge Hoge, to-nor
row, at 1 o'clock; and immediately
ly thereafter, for an Associato Justice
for six ye'ars, was amended by insert.
ing Tuesday next, it 1 o'clock, and
A concurrent resolution from the
Senate, to appoint a committee te
collect and prepare for publion ion all
resolutions an c11 ulogies concern ing
the death of lion. L. Boozer, es alst.
the resolutions and eulogies in the
SUpreme Court ; adopted.
Smialls introduced a bill to enforce
thme civil rights bill of the United
States Congrers, to saoure to the pee.
ple of this Stato a Reput lican Gov,
T1hie C'ommni:teo en Eng:ossed Billa
reported, as duily engrossed, a bill to
grant and give the consent of the
L gislature of this State to the coni
veyanice to thme linited States of the
lot of land nituateo on Richardson and
Laurel streets, in the city of Colum-.
bin, hereinafter described, for the
purpose of' a pest ('thee and court
house, or for other purposes, anid to
cede to the Uinited States julrisdliction
therein. The bill was readl the third
time, and ordered to be enrolled.
At 2A o'clock, adjourned.
(Cor.unna, January 27.-Thme Sen
ate met a 12 mi. President pro 1em.
Montgomery in the chair.
The Committee on Eingrossed Bills
reported the following as being duly
and correctly engroissd: ]Bll to au
thorize the Governor to renmovo CJoun.
ty oflisers, etc., by him appointed;
bill to provide for the election of
County ofliers; whioh were road the
third time and passed.
Swaile introduced a bill to author
izo Counties and towns to make sub
s-'riptions to works of internal im
provement ; bill to provide for tl.e
filling of vacaincies in the office of
The report of the Jludiciary Comn
mittee on the coneurrent resolution
requesting the Atturaey-(b'noral to
inform the G eneranl Awmnbly whether
the law regniring throe nonths' no.
tico in the public press, fo the chang.
iog or amending charters of incorpo
rations, la abolished by la w, was adopt
Bill to Incorporate the Columbia
Bluildiog and Loan Association, was
referred to the Committee en Judicia
Joint t'orolution authiorizing the
Trea's'rer to advance $6,000 per
month to the Superiuteondenit of the
Penitentiary, was referred to the Com
mittee on Finanee.
HOUSE OF RLEPRESENTATIVES.
The House mnot at 12 mn. Speaker
Moses in the Chair.
The Committto on the Jadiciary
reported a bill regulate the fees of
P'robat~e Judges, Clerks of Con. t,
Tr'sial Justices and other offiwer. (hero.
A messago was recoived from the I
Governor stating that he had approv
ed and signed the following Aots:
Act to designate the ofioei- by whom
sales ordered by the Courts of (om
mon Pless, and Judges thereof, and
of the Courts of Probate, shall be 1
made, and for other purposes; Act to (
alter and amend an Act, entitled "An
Act conerning the ofinc, duties and t
liabilities of Coroners;" Act for pay
ing coroners' jurors.
A Senate bill to establish and
inaintain a system of free common
schools for the State, after lengthy
arguments y Tomnlinson, Dolarge,
Modntyro, E.liott and Ransier, was
referred to a special committee of
Bill to revise, simplify and abridge
the rules, practico and pleading forms
of the Courts of this State, from the
Senate, was ordered to be placed on
Co4,lrMsnA, January 29.-The Sen
ato was not in session.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The 11ouso mot at 12 in. Speaker
Moses in the chair.
Beattey introducod a bill to
incorporate the National Mining and
Manufacturing Company. The bill
provides for the formation of a oom
pany, with a capita. stock of $500,
000, with the privilege of increasing
the capital stoek to $760,000, for the
purpose of mining, manufacturing or
chemical business, in any County in
this State. The corporators are J. B.
ExNell, George Tupper, R. A. Clark,
N. . Clinch, . 3. C. Cash, W. B.
Shaw, James . Beattoy, A. II. War
ing ad W. L. M. Burgor. The shares
are to be $100 each ; referred.
S. J. Lee offered a resolution, that
the Committee of whom was referred
sections 3, 4 and 8 of a bill to estab
lish and maintain a system of free
common schools for the State of South
Carolina, be required to report on
Wednesday next ; adopted.
Richardson offered a resolution to
commence night sessions, which was
referred to the Committee on Rules.
A bill to enforce the provisions of
the civil rights bill of tihe United
States Con gress, and to secure to the
people the benefits of a Republican
Government in this State, was order
ed to be engrossed.
Tho reading of Senate bill to re.
vitle, simplify and abridge the rules,
practice, pleadings and forms of the
Courts of this State, (Corbin, Whip.
per and Montgomery, Code,) was
commenced and continued up to the
hour of adjournment, half-past 2
The proposition from Senator Pom
roy, of Kansas, to amend the Consti.
tution by establishing female suffrage
is to be a subject of some discussion in
and out of Congress. But as year.
will pass before it can be seriously
entrtained, the friends of the men
sure are preparing to demand of Cutn
gress the trial of the experiment of
woman suffrage in the district. Con
gross is always ready to inflict any kind
of experiment upon the district over
which they have exclusive jurisdiction.
Here they commenced the abolition
of slavery. Here they gave suffrage
to thme negroes, and hero established
niegro supremacy in municipal affairs.
Here, too, Congress required that the
public schools shall receive blacks
and whmites, indiscriminately, and that
street ears, hotels, and theatres shall
open alike to people of all colors.
Petitions for the extention of suffrage
to mall wvomen in the district are com
ing in, just as of old petitions for
thme abolition of slavery in the district
were manufactured and thrust upon
The Massachusetts Senator. have
heretofore stated that they wvould not
consider the policy of equal rights as
finally established, until a negro was
elected President. They are, of
course, gratified by the election of a
colored Senator from Mississippi.
T 'hey will practically endeavor to give
him the posit ion of President pro lem
of the Senate, which makes him the
contingent President of the United
'Tho burdens of the protective poeli
cy begin to be seriously felt in New
England as well as elsewhere in the
country. Some able speeches have
been made of late by members from
that quarter, against protective duties,
wvhich buridon their navigation inter
ests andl their cotton and wool manu
factures. They pay heavy duties on
coal, iron, wool, hides and other ma
teriaml entering these manufactures.
The press is now denouncing the poli
cy of discrimination for protection.
A change in public opinion is going
on upon this subject. The tariff must
be kept up for revenue to pay new
debhts, but still it may be so modified
as the Revenue Commissioner, Mr.
lls~, proposes, as to afford ade. uate
revenue, wi'th diminished burden upon
consumers.--Wash. Cor. Char. Cou
THE~ COLORFED SENATOR FROM Mis
srssrr.-W. II. Revels, the negro
wvho was elected by the Mississippi
Legislature to fill the unexpired term
to which Judge Sharkey was elected,
is a carpet-bagger from Ohio. Hle
has only a year to serve, and as he
must of course wait until the State1
is admitted lhe will hardly have an
opportunity to shine very brilliantlyI
among his distinguish~d confreres, ian
l.'ss it is by his glossy oomnplexlon.---.
lBnt lie will present himelf under
splendid auspices. Hke will oomne re
presenting himself not only a triump.
ant ls.4uo of the republican, policy, but
lhe will take with hinm a strong tenet
of the democratio creed--a meanorial
for the relief of political disibilitis.
He, oughit to teech a lesson inumodera.
I ion albijuatice to tSosria Butler. 4
S-N. Y. herald. Ite
rhe Mormon Wo Ien ECoun
in tbe N4* vor. NiaM of Sunk
lay last wl1 be fo60, ,a long ).st
aost readible and instructive article
ta ina ii Q W4e
Jongress, seems to have frightened
he Saints 'pale sod-. fenaplp, out of
heir propliety Tho letter is chiefly
occupiod with a report of a mass
3 6oting of the women of Salt Lake
Iiy.The meeting was held in the
>ld Tabernacle. It was, perhaps, one
f the grandest female' assemblages
a all history. The audience was
ton-masculine, and the tpeakers one
md all were female. We refer our
oaders to the spoeches and resolu
.ions; and we venture to say that,
whatever may be the indivi-lutl read.
r's opinion of the mer its or demer.
La of Mormon institutions, it will not
je denied that Mormon women have
both brains and tongues. Some of
,he specohcs give evidence that it)
general knowledge, in logio and in
rhetoric the so called degraded ladies
)f Mormodom are quito equal to the
women's rights women of the Et.
[n these days, women threaten to be.
some tyrants, it is refreshing to road
suoh earnest pleadings in favor of the
rights of men. ,After reading this
report we have come to the conclusion
that there is a spirit in -Salt Lake
valley which no legislation can crush.
Et may be necessary for the Mormons
to fight. They will fight if they are
rorced to it. It may be necessary for
them to emigrate. They will cmi
grate if they are forced to it. It
may be necessary for them to leave
this country and even this Continent.
But after they have left this Continent
they will live and they may prospor.
As they survived the frht exodus the
presumption is they will survive a se
sond. Whether we admire or wheth
3r we pity or whether we condemn, it
must now be admitted that the inevi
table confliot is at hand. The one
twin relic is gone ; the other must "ol
Tuz TRUT COMING OUT AT LAST.
-The Patterson (New York) Guar.
ian publishes the following note,
which has a special and peculiar inter.
3st at the present time:
Mr. Jeditor:-I was a prisoner nine
mouths-kept there because Secretary
Stanton would not permit me to be
axohanged; kept there because Stan.
ton made the devilish declaration that
lie was not willing to exchange ublo
bodied rebels for emaciated Union
prisoners; kept there begause of
Stanton's punctilio about aoktwledg
ing the rebels as belligeren(SI kept
there till my health wis ruined and a
wreck left of my former self. Stan
ton is dead now. May God be more
merciful to him titan he was to the
thousands who perished at Anderson
ville and other Suithern prison*, be.
anuse he refused our exchange, and
ror a long while oven refused medi
3lnes to be sent us. I am an humble
ioldler-what is left of me-and al
though I belong to no association, and
io not lectur e every three weeks about
Atdersonville, I suffered there, and
%ad saw thousands carried out dead,
because Stantton was at the head of
the War Department.
A STORY Or RA-rs.-The Liberal, of
Flanover, gives an nooiount of singular
ilepredations, of which the Sisters of
Charity of that town have been the
victims. In that establishment fromi
three to four hundred persons are
aared for, and, in order to procure
milk cheap, twenty cows were kept
ther-e. For some time back the quan
tity obtained from them having been
luite insignificant, a watch was set
ad the thmievoes turned out to be rats ;
wvhich, coming from the Sambre and
the mowers, assembled in great num-d
bers in the stables, and took their turns
n suck ing the teats of the cows. The
LiberaL guarantees the exactitude of
Tum Gnr.A-r SNow 8-roni.-The
[ate storm was more severe in the in
terior of the State than it was here.
Snow fell on Saturday and Monday,
md at Lebason, Danville, Richmond,
mud that section, drifting in huge
esps, varying from twq to -eight feet
n depth. Snow also fell yesterday
n that region. It was so deep on the
ino of railroad from Richmond to
stanford that the train did not
onnect on Tuesday, and yestedaa
~he train was six hours in making
he thirty miles. This is the heaviest
now storm experienced for several
ears in Kentueky.-Louisvill, 'ou
ier-Journal, 61h ins.
The story, probably falab% e told
hat when somebody complime6 ed Mr.
Pennyson on the sumptuous appear
knoe of the "Idyll.," as illustratedby
Justave Dore, the laureate teplied -
'It Is the tabernacle made amibulatory,
mad covered with the skins of .beasts.
fJotlhing will sueoeod unless 'mis made
oto a show, a panorama, an exhibi
ion. My poor poems among the rest
nust needs be given up to the show
nan and put forth with piotutes by
>ne ')ore,' --pronounced Door,.'
A Wuevanx InuA.-A strong move.
neat is being developed at the Weost in
aver of creating the citiv4 dF that srection
torts of entry, so as to alle o im.
'ortations direct to thenr* ,Wes
ern paperellege, with fnuth' frce, *hat
ider . the preent *ysteq* :they are
emnplet'oy ato hedfoy of Gothatm, and
ubject :.a all tmanner . f delays snd
tenonadftmaking lmpeatons, .
The Nw York papes are. dier
Ing the following donundrum -
'Doga a fee llgense counspl. to defend
rbtiedr!..Wumstadr It A0. gubt
he lawyeu. will net e it p.n
SOLUbLE MANUlES AND SULPJRURIC ACID,
blata1factuo4; at Charleston.
TJNDYA !PE jECT1IQ4 qILD. ;. A. PRATT, Chemist for the Sulphurio Acid anm
S er. Osp Iabe doinpquy :- P o
PhSlle Phospilorio Acid,in th f' i of Sontble Plosphate of Limo, or Dissolved Bon
osphate, Is the basis of all good FPt'hiizers, and theeo aro valuable in the ratio o
Soluble Phosphorio Acid which isin them.
The imtnenso depoelts of Phosphatic Guanos which were discovered in 1867 in Soul]
Carolina, by Dr. Pratt, consists mnainly of Insoluble Phosphate of Lime which is mad<
available as a Fertilizer by being ground to powder, and rediced by Sulphurle Acid 4<
such a condition as to make its insoluble phosphato sohble in water, andI thus mnd
capable of being taken up by growing plants. The Insolublo Pmosphate fomid in an
commercial Fertilzer is of no nore value to the plant thnt the original 'lho'plhate rcok
rhe greater Ihe propertion of this Soluble Pihosphiato which any Fertilizter' coantnios
the less the quantity required per acre, and consequently tie cheapes: Fertilizer i:
that, cotmainlui the highest per ctitage of Soluble Phosplhate.
Impressed with'theetrruthv,'the Sulphuric Acid and :5uper-'lhowplhtte Company hi
erected at Chnrleston the Srat extensive Acid Chanmher, 8onth of Baltimore, nid an
able to offer to plauters tlio highest per ceinag of Siub 1'htophate of Lime known i
Their Fertilizers are offered under t wo fiorms
1. Etiwan. No, I --Pure Soitubo Phosphlat, guarnniceit to co .ta'n 24 por cent. o
Dis-olved Bone Phosphate of Lime. $.l) per ton, 10 per cent. discotit for ensh.
2. Etiwan., No. 2 -Peruvian SuperPhophate, guaranteed to coninin " per cent
of Dissolvedh Bone Phosphate, and 14 to 3 per cent. of Ammottia, with a suKtli'et addi
tion of Peruvian Guauo to adapt it to ali Crops. $70 per ton, 10 per eeni. di.comuu
WE ALSO OFFER:
Ditsolved Bone, of high grade. for planters or mnanufacturors, who moy desire to mi:i
into any other compost, and we uiggost that this is tho best, and cheapest. misethod to
manufactutier, to transport the 8tlphburic Acid contained in tie tixture. Will b~o sob
at a fixed rate for oach per centage. W M. C. 11I.; & CO.,
Jan 6-81 Agetts, No. 14 Adgor's Whiar'f'.
The "CAROLI.ViAF .T [ZAR," is trade f'rot the Phoplit es of Soitub Carolina
and is pronounced by v:atrious chenits, one of tle best .\innures know n, only inferior t(
l'cruvian 0uano in its Fertilizing Properies. These Phosjidt te t he o " retmatins (it' ex
inct laud and sea anti als. alnd possei qialitites o' the grettest value to the ngrictiltur
at. We annex ilto analysis of Profresor Shepard.
"L \BORtATORd OF Tll \lEDICAL COLLGE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Analysis of a sample of Carolina 1'ailizer, personally selected.
Moisture expelled at. 2120 F, 16 7
Organic Mlatter. with sote water of combination expelled at a low red heat, 1 Ar6
lhosporio Acid-Soluble, 6.91) Equivalent to 11.27 Soltille Phophte or Lime
lasolublo, 6.17 E 1tiivalent to 11.48 1isolible (b me).
18.13 21.75 Phosphate of Lime.
Sulphttric Ac'd, 11.01 Equivalent to 28.6-5 Sulphate of lime.
Sulphate of Potash, g)
..Sulphalte of Soda, 3 ;50
On the strengths of these results I am glad to certify to the superiority of the (arol
Weiiifurnhl tIs excellent PERl TILIZERe to Planters nmml (oiler .a.t $0per toi o
2,00 lb. Ol-20 W. WlhIiA MS & Co.,
. New Advertisements. ent for paalr civc, atnd 50 ets., for tase
:EEUm IX SALE - W-d'liU RN & CO., Ilostotn, Matis.
Fine .Art Collection 1I7. Ti NUiSERY. 1870
OF THIOMAB i TIlSN1Q, iaelMn iyMaait o'Cide
By HI. H1. 1EED & MINI-:R, Austloneers,$.0ayert alitc. itnentie
Art Oalleriod, $17 Bioadway, N. Y., 1 et.Nlsih Omdgtt
commnenteing Feb,. 7, and continut. Ia.:tttjro'lmtFtEi
ing day and evonting uintil sold. .01NI.SIHY
This collection ta the most extensive and1: alittott.lotr.
valuable ever ownted itt the United 8t-,tes. i~u lqnsiv~tdft
Valtied about $600,000 Comtprising near.
ly Iwo. thousantd pictures from celebratedILET I081 I ( rI0N
European artists, front tihe 15th century to TeftetEtrvn ntemre.A
the present time, (inmcltuding timny originnils
of great value,) also Pitintgs ft-om cele. pya net
hrated American attists. ''The etntire ccl- 88tienmsre.,PaliepmtP
lection will beo sold withotit reserve or
limitat ion, to eloso tile estate. -'--- --... . .
Cat alogue forwarded on ri ceipt of 265NV RA IM
cents. Addrcss theo Auctioneers, TeSa ntt ~s. lonai .
Agents Wanted to Sell the ~ h lietbihdWsenUiosti
"PENN LBTTER BOOK," sotarnwadiatt'gtndetef
For copying Letters withuout Press or Water. otcvso.Eihlagpgeradt
This Is thte greatest, time, labor and mon.nttrgvg"oitltgfrce'yd!
ey-saving investion of thn age; and notoNoe te ae tec ttm imiySt
see it, but to pitoise its simplicity and oan- ,,rdge tomya. pcmn r
venience, as yout have only to plac, the Peim onw shcies lt
written letter under the copying leaf, amidwatd drsWIiASN&CN
to trub witht the hand. .An agent has bul. toWELCicnaOio
show it properly, and it sells itself. Adapt. - ---- --_____
ed to every kimnd of business. It dies not
play out, as th~e first sale is onle a lUtgin.
RBET T & CO., Phmila , Pa.
FRIEE TO BOOK AG ENTS.] Tecr .natt a ~. vit
We will send a handsome prospectus of f1'i' u5V K. fn 8tigu
oumr Now lilustrated F'amanily ilible to any ysOtciWui tnhr i
book agent, free' 'of chargie. Aai~lress N A. tats1t il oei tbatr itcii~t ort
Tl'ON.\LI PUll1,181l1NG (CO3., Phi hi., P'a., RPi.5ittLi niiice (r' lno
Atlantat, Oa., or St. L~ouis, Mo. j~~~j~it.Se etai t te ed
rrienst a~~cs .DiOr-NnhEVn,
App-ly at. oneto Currrtimxx & AlcKiy. Mnymd ay e t oe n
sRY, 1808 Chesnut at., Pilladelphia, Pita. r ddes/lLEMCID
AmatueP' Cultivator's Guide. - - ___
TheI 10s,00 Aheapet an dostrcllu
flO ERAN) KTO~TT G~E . rad antl lagazine for Chlde
'24t eltlot o ihlitpopla ivrkSwhih 50 a1v year. MAvacei D.am thnumb
hasmetwitin tommtlt avo it tme at 10 ce~gtt. S us'crib te NibW,. aglt th
nowreay. t lstsbeei r-wrtte ati iit.omto t ('t J~I iN & . lOinlty, 10
papr, llutrtedwfl abeaimi10,000li' .. .lnsWne
grap, a~l mny the' fie egravngsfro T he WfinesT!Engravin yie t, PmaretrgA
nattre.It ontans ulldescipton nd I~u808o Ilio.wide sretiatei, rea
livelis ofthe resttsea The Startnv the, Cincinnti o.. el
the o ies f abte. o nd stashed r Wsealn Unieli
choceFrneu~1j~r~ .laioli TisCscutalariewsnd ee arih ano cherf
ly gtto ti Amtitr Cutivtorp ~uid, mateliving "someLthig facirn everodyt
I thnk t fa ahad o anthin' o th oeter par 5 Wille int 200 fam l S'e
wanted. Addresst~te A~It ~ ~ WIL ISON & CANT
8em I ay ddreetionreei o 2 L, Mo. nnt, ho
COMMON SENSE !! !
W ANTED--AGENT8.-$260 per month,
to roll the genuino and -Improved
COMMON-SENPJR FAMILY SEWING MA
CHINN. Prio0 valy $18. Great, induce
ments to Agents. This is the ntokt popu
lar Sewing Machino of the day-makes the
faious "Elastic Lock Stitch"-will do any
kind %,f work (lint can be (lone on Any Ma
chine-100,000 sold and the demrand cou
stantly increasing. Novi is the time to take
an Agency. Send for circulars. W 13o
wnre of infringers. "Eg Address Srcobta
& Co., Bioston, Mass., Pittsburgh, Pa,, or
St. Louis, Mo.
Tho Purest, Best and Cheapest
HOLD TY ALL GROCEltS.
A SK y iu otor or Druiggiht for Sweet
Quitnine61-it cltIuaS (bitter) Qinino.
- lT y8rasFAnn& Co., Chemislt,
New York, nov 17
"Elrt'ka' SmOking T ictO
It an excellent article of grnnulated Vir
giin :, whervever int roluo d it. is utniver
silly ndmi red. it is put up in latudsome
mu41hn bags, in which orders for Meer
schitnm Pipes are daily packed.
Lori Il ard's
YAICHlT CLUB 811OKING TOBACCO
Is made of the choicest caf grown ; it is
aitti I-rvouls itn its effects, as the Nicotiue
has bicen extracted : it leavesno disagreea
Itle tasi after smoking: it is very mild,
light in color ta weight. hence one pound
will hast as long as 3 or ordinary tobacco.
In this branl we also pack orders every
day for Iirst qatality Mieersclnun Pipes.
,Try it and convince yourselves it Is all It
claitu to be, -1the. tiamest of all."
CENiTURY ClllNING TOBACCO,
This brand of Fine Cut chewing tobacco
h-is no cqual or superior anywhere. It is
without tioubt the bent che, ing tobacco in
Have now been in generil use in the
Unitedl States over 110 years, and still no
knov.kdigedI "the biest'' whert-ver Used.
If your storekeeper does8 not hasve thieso
articles for sale ask himi to get. them ; they
are sold by respectable jobbers almost
everywhere. Circular of prices mnilel on
apnlpliention. P1. LORLtLARlD & CO.,
WAY with uncolltortable 'Irusses.
Comtfort antd Cure for the Ruptured.
Sent post paid on receipt of 10 cents. Ad.
Dres D t. 11 FOOTE, No. 12) Lexington
Ave., New York.
l ITilOUT Spectacles. Doctor or Medi
1 cino. Sent post-paid, on receipt of 10
cts. Address E. It. Foote. (autihor of Medi
cal Common Sense) No. 120 Lexington Ave.,
cor. Enst. 28th St., N. Y.
Agents in every town in (te South and
West for the
ONE DOLLAR HOUSE
it the country, to whom we offer the most
Sen ODS) SENT 0. 0. DI.
13ti IFcderal St , 148 Stt St.,
Bostotn, talss. Chlicago, Ill,
j)SYCiIOMANCY, Fiseination or Soul.
I. ('harinritg..-400 pages ; clothI. Thils
wonderful book laos full instructionts to en
ablia thec reader to fascitnato either sex, or
any. atnimral, at will. Mesmerism, Spritual
int, anad huindredts of ot her curious expert
tments. It enn be obtained by sendhing ad
dr'esas. with postage, to T. WV. EvAss & Co.,
No. 4II So, thm Eightht-street, Philadelphia.
CAMPSEN MILLS FLOUR
. Received tlle
-FIRST PRIEMIIlUI t theC S. C. FAIR IN
SilE utndersignedl otfer to their couniry
-L.frends, and the public in general, a
choice and pure artico of FLOUR. They
have on hand, and grinding daily a full
s supyly of
Fantily, Extra and Superfine Flour.
-Northtern and Western Flour at lowest mar
Corn ! Oats! hay !
6,000 Bushtels prime Wito Corn,
2,000 " " Seed and FeedIng
600 Bales H-,y.
JNO. CAM PSEN & CO.,
nov 27.-3m' Charleston, 8,, O.
P. P3 TOALJE,
Chartleston, S. C., Manutfacturer of
DOORS SASH, BJLINDA&
T AVINO T HE L ARGEST A ND MOST
a IL COMPLETE PA(1TORY In the South
ern States, and keepIng always on hand a
large and most oom plot. stoek of DOORS,
8A8IJ*, BLINDS, Sash Doors, Store
D oor., Shutters, lMouldings, &o.. &o., I a~m
enabled to sell lowr tandt manufacturers'
*N. IB.-Strct atteunion paid to ib h~ing
in goodorder.. . .*.: july20
AleliAlei Ale Ill
AFINE lot of Ale and Portor, Bogara,
el yoyn1 e, V neg r era&o re.
We have formed a Copartnership
for the purpose of making the abov.
named FERTILIZER, and are now
prepared to fill orders with whieh we
may be favored.
This COMPOUND surpasses in pro
duotion, 37 differentlliortillsers, iued
on an experimental plat of land, and
we feel well assured in saying that all
will be pleased, who may give it a
PE~NDLETON & DOZ!ER,
or IE. W. IPENPL ETOlf,
nor 18--ines Sparta, Ga.