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Tiea-rot ried hie'iisoii age
With bren heli. ind &,enr,- taid shield,
A i 11 i1's abit iona.lst and ra~ge,
alislo E n th a reeking battle-field
And thrones were built and prolA'd with
Atit nmn wias scourged with ohinu and
And kings atid pilests, anti fetmia' lords
Elntc o'er prostntie millions trod.
The Sou1 of ian ! that. asks no svord.
Nor trutnp, lio plune. ntor hanner'd train,
To etnite the ty ant, king, or lord,
Ad give I thon nation life again -
Yettshall, in Freedomn' u namo, unbind
Til o4orld, ant smnite its woe pud wrong,
wVIlIh I' i otlit-r --tho jomwel ottho iiti ! .1
And, rar.cit--- the glory of itong'u I
Amid widle as Earth, the Presishall bear
That touight and speech on wings of
Till Fust and Franklin's names shil
A more thai king or warrior's fame
Anrl man, rejoiciog-frecd at leugth
Shall bless the Printer's Art, that gave
liii thought. and speechl inmortal strength,
T o froo Eath's serf and Error's slave I
Prooeedings of the Leeis aature.
In the Senato yesterday the Coln
mittee on Engrossed Bills reported the
Phosphate Bill, which wwe puased.
Til Committee on nt Judiciary
reported in favor of the presetp mont of
the Grand Jury of Marlboro County.
and recommended that there be legas
lation in regard to dieting prisoners
Dickson introduced a bill to author
ize and empower the County Comtuis
siners of Ularendon County to sub
scribe to the capital stock of the South
Carolina Central Railroad, to issue
bonds, and to assess a tax to pay the
Nash introduced a resolution to
require the Judiciary Committee to
report on a bill in relation to the re
moval of the county seat of Barnwoll
Corb in, the chairman of the com
mittoo, said the bill had never boon in
Nash charged Leslie with having it
looked up in his iron chest, and say
ing that it could not come out till the
The Senate refused to concur in the
Ilouse concurrent resolutiun to meet
in joint asisembly on Friday, February
11, to eloot an Associate Justice of the
Supreme Court for the term of six
In the House, yesterday, a Special
Comnitte-o recomontsnded the passage
of. a bill to regulate the rights and
powers of railroad companies.
Tihe House p%6sed and ordered to
the Senate a bill to amend the charter
of the city ofG reenville.
Wells introduced a bill to allow
George Waterhouse to build a wharf
aind colloot wharfage in Beanfort
A resolution was tabled in regard
to fining members $7 for being absent
without a sufficient reason.
Notice was given of a matrimonial
Tle Phosphato bill, as amended by
the Senate, came into the House, and
was referred to the Committee on
M ining and Manufactures.
A bill to amend the oharter'of the
Granitoville Manufactuzring Company
was ordered to be engrossed.
Sections 3, 4 and 8 of a Senato bill
to establish and maintain a system of
free common schools for the State of
South Carolina was thet cccasion of a
vast amount of quarreling amonig the
colored memtber., during which Elliott
echarged Dowling with being absent
during the distribution of a very es
Fontiai article in a legislator-vis.,
Dowling protested against Elliott's
reflootions om hinm, but thme Speaker
decided thant Elliott was right.
Whereupoo, hDowlng ernphatically de
ol ared his characer impeaichable (pos
sibly he meant unimpegehable), when
the debat'o close'd, and' th e odtions
passed to a third reading.
A bill for the bott~er protection of
laborers under contracts for service
(being a sumbst ituto for a bill to provide
for the better protection of laborers
and for the appointment of a Comnmis
sioners of ontracts in each county~ of.
the State) was mnade the-special order
f'or half-past I to-day
On tt ini~Qtu to postpone tth ill:, to
regulato: the r.lghtirand liowos of rail
road compnuios, the Hiousos spoat two
noisy heurs, in calliug tl.c yeas- and
nlays ad inoving to adjourun.
It was suggested that if the Spoak..
or had applied his gravel to the heads
of eg i minbrs instead pf his
desk,. he would have succeeded mere
promptlyv lb securing order.
tdu I.er pu, Feb. I1l.--Theotwo hous
es met In joint- assembly at I o'clock
to eleor'ujudge for the Fifth Cirduit,
Senator D. T1. Corbln, presiding.
A very ,large nutnber of persons
W. 4:Whipper nominated Colonel
8. W YWolton, of Coldmbia. The
follo sing were also nominated': Scott
Mutrrayirof Atderson jW. E. Eaffe,
of Greenvitl p'9o Wiigo, qolei'e6
of r ,0 ~'pn n I. Odokey
of ~p~ rg; ro~ . Youmans,
of 4jgee U. .. ontgomery, of
Nowberry, and D. T. Ooy'bin.
I~gr~p~e~e "1*dr6tade iin favol
of Not 'd dhMaidIjtes, 7
n tiAe .s*bll othe40 tood ,
Ie tonA U, Murray 46, Earl. 5,
Wfr6 tire bWide~ tibbonbed aid,
it walfobWd that. Melton had nof, &
m'a p Ao etkht Ms~ra lbdv
ed aroun am ong-the mopibers, pay.
ing them to cha tM1*IM infao
of Moltr,e*tnigol4IInwth's next
the -vot.wa. annoddtied, andat o
were-ma tfoggg t~ e gp s
Op~iggR~y r and erto
were pe4e against o*friendh of uW'.
rey, an.teman1tt.e of investigatiI
was called for.
When the vote was ibnoendeod,the
imembos-obeeledt bltu thoir hate
and:poats in the air, and waived them
and the ahairs over their heads.
The joint assembly dissolved in con
But for the coolness and detormina
tion of Senator Corbin, there would
have been a free. fight-on the floor of
the House after the adjournment. -
B. I1onderson, a colored represen
tative, struck Wilder, the colured post
master, and a general row seemed Imo.
minent. Two or three ,pistols were
drawn,but the disturbance was quelled
without damage to any one.
It is understood that a resolution
for the 99pulsion of Hendersou . will
be introduced on Monday.
Outside thocapitol building several
persons got to flghting. The 'ovenor
came out, and at his request the cobi
Judge Melton bas qualified and
takes his seat on Monday. le was
elected as a man who accepts the situ
ation, but is not a Republican.
In the Senate, the House bill for
the bettor protection of laborers, was
read a first time. The Educational
bill, with'tho House amendments, was
In the House, the following bills
were road a first time : By Tomlinhon,
to enlorce a uniform system of asses
ment and taxation by municipal bodies;
by Whipper, relative to taking bail
In eriminal cases, and a bill concern
ing mastor's apprentices and servants.
The following were read a second
time: To authorize the purchase of
the property of the Columbia Bridge
Company ; the Senate '%ill to aiend
the act to incorporate wio Charleston
Board of Trade ; the Senate bill to
provide for the formation of religious,
charitable and educational associa
Both houses adjourned to Monday.
Bill Arp Again.
Mr. Editor :-Somebody aint a
foolin me and perhaps I oughtnt to
write about it, but I dont want the
Grand Army Reunion to think I writ
that Louisville letter you published
over my name. I think I could have
writ as good a letter as that, perhaps,
though it might have strained me,
but we aint noticin such things iow.
We whipped them fellers so, often
durin thelate war, that cont feel
like wastin stationary on 'em now. I
look upon the concern as a 'Grand
Condolin Society,' and was glad to
see that the follers who got the most
whippin made the most nol-e in the
Reunion. I think that's right, I like
to see 'em sympathizin together under
a common misfortune. I dident
think, however, there was much do.
cent propriety in holdin their meetin
in publie, and specially in Louisville,
I should have recommended the Man
moth Cave or Cape Fear, or some oth
er quiet retreat. But every man to
his notion. We've got no Grand Ar
my down hero to reunion, and are
eaceably attendin to bibiness ; but
'll bet two dollars that Louisvilled
concern wont knock another chip off
our hat. With this pinted remark, I
dismiss the subject. There's bigger
things attractin our attention.
If I had time, Mr. Editor, I would
make a few remarks to Mr. Grant
about His Executive impudence.
TM the first time since we whipped
'em, that these fellers have becen try
ing to make our niggers believe they
dent belong to us. They've got some
few in the Alabama Legislature of
that opinion now, and thay are p1layin
the devil generally. Now if AMr.
Grant cant write a bettor mnessage
than that part about Goorgy, he'd bet.
ter abdicate. I read it, to Tip, and
ho said, 'Why, M~ars Bill surely,
shorely the man's a fool. What's
Gineral Grant -got to do with Geok
gyP? I despiso to see a man ahvays
puffin his sogar Iito other people's
faces,'or pokin his nose into other peo.
ple's buisiness. 1 reckon old Jioutwell
or some other old cuss is to -bia n for
it. Saya he, Oetoral, them fbflers
down there in that Georgia cage are
getting along too easy. I think, you
had better stir 'em up a little--give
'em a few punohda under the~ ribs just
to hear 'em growl. All right, old fel,
we'll growl just for your amusoment
now, but at seine future time-D. V.
--and the weather pegmitting..,and
the boys atlittle :bger a a few
moie foundrys .built-~.sye'il talk this
imatter over. Hurrah for -Bob Ljee.'.
P'd liks to- have seed him and Joe
Johnson walk into the Reunion with
their regimentqlston. Oh, any coun
try I some of them fellers would have
been runnin till yet. I think I ee
Pop~e in about two shiles of. Aladiky..
Editor, for. e nl wish qnlar y,
about that letter, yo wlUlogge..
nior put sot1# tier nla e toit?
I donmt want to rob tIeauthero ) is ouid
or to get -notoriens abont wha. we
done, or whatI'didn't d9. This knd
of thievIn has. seqeme ~ t~
and-there'sbe ito *glug n~k
of. Mr. Shak epq .said t 'was-A.~/
lareeng, and lteao ea's t 'was not
y.0sayt ~ j~d se ~of~
f *nl em r, I en
me~n (1) to t 4w a ta
the k lu
no ' ia xandQoufederaa
T9 arranmts for
the.tfate Rymon4.of Pnaons tio
dida. ath~rG sulalyknown
6ws8filie new ahbud soonest.
Thr sa hg e or
Popping the Quostion.
TA 494ptige Clark Brsfield was a
man ffew'r8idid strng business
a -. in, courting hia wife, hlls ro
codure was entirely illustrative of the
peculiarities of his character. Call.
ing for the lady, he said to her with
out preliminary remarks :
"Lizzie, I in looking out for a wife,
ad I thought you just the person I
that would suit mo. Lot wo have
your auswer, yes or no, the morn, and
say uno iaire about it."
The lady the next day replied in
Perhipe bu~repented his.precipitan.
cy, for when a Better gave warning
on aceunt of Mrs. Braxtitld's .Cold
iyg plrpenlsiti!i.,.th iu1lgo repli :
Lord, mo3n e6 've little t c -mplain
L' ; ye liay be thankf' yemo i.4) o mar
ried to her."
The late Professor 1) waV, y ior to
his appointment to his chair, rector of
an academy in Forfarshire. Ito was
I)rticularly reserveI in his .inter
course with the fair sex ; but in pros
peot of obtaining a professorehip ho
ventured to make proposals to a lady.
They were walking together, and tho
important :quostipu was put without
preliminary sentiment or notes of
warning. Of course the lady replied
& gentle "no.' The qubject was im
niediately drpped ; but. te parties
soon mot again.
"Do you remember," at length said
the lady, "a question mwhich you put
to we iyOien we lakt fiet ?'
The Professor sa id that Ie did re
"And don't you remember my tn
swer, Mr. D. ?"
"Oh yes," said the 'rofesmsor.
"oVll, Mr. 1)., proceeded the lady,
"I have been led. ou consideration, to
change my mind."
"So huve I," drily responded the
Ile maintained his bachelorhood to
the close of his life.
The ten commandments adopeal by
the "craft" and to be followed, are,
1. Enter softly.
2. Sit down quietly.
3. Subscribe for the paper.
4. Don't touch the poker.
5. Engago in no controveisy.
6. Don't iimioke.
7. Keep six feet from the table.
8. )on't talk to tle printer.
9. inds uff the papers.
10. Eyes off the m1ianusoript.
Gentlemen observing these rules
when entering a priniting office will
greatly oblige the printers and need
not fear the devil."
The ladies who sonmetime bless us
with their presence for a few mnoments,
are not expected to observe these
rules. very 'rietly, and indeed, it
would1 boagtoeabl to os to have them
break the eighth as eften as convo
Boys, unless accompanied by their
fathers, are partieularly requested to
keep their liand; in their pockets.
A Br.usni.---Gothe was in company
with a mother and daughter, when the
latter, being reproved for something,
blushed and burst into tears. lie
said to the motier : "Iow benutiful
your re p rohas made your daughter !
'That cr1 ~ imsn uand those silvery
tears become her miu.:h better than
any ornament of gold or pearls: those
may be hung on the nieck of any wo
man ; those are never seen conneiCted
with moral pul ity. A full 1,lown
flower sprinikled with purest hue is
not so beautiful as t his child blushing
beneath tier paireints d isplensuire, and
shedding tears of sorrow for her Cautlt.
A blush is thle msign which uiture
hangs out to show wheiro chastity and
hilisir Wrr...- WVicll tells a story
of a stranger meetin~g en Emeralder
leaning agnltist a 'po'st, N#mehing a
funeral p rocession coming out or a
house, when the following ditalogue
'is that a funeral ?'
'Yes, sir. i'm thinking it ig'
'Any body of distiiid~ ii I?'
'Leokop it ist afr
'\V o is it that died 1'
'Why, thie gentlemn ,it the opflli,
to be sue6,' replied Pat with a know.
Professor Agassls Is so unwell that
he is not able to at tend t'o his corr-s.
pogg 96 reenatqr!fr om
hief e aystha io hisboon, aind
still is, seriously~ ii, hhainghad seve
ral somewha~ tla rig tackel a
eosequb~foe, as bia phyeiinn. assures
him, of norvous prostration'atid -over
work, from which lie may enirely
recover by absolute rest. Hec is there
fore forbidden to work for a long time,
,nd 'wilhe obliged to- give up all
SA Portugueso youth, with three,
legs, foumr feet,'A htY t~'ent V t0egi on
hib~t'oi Ih Lonidom . ~'~DtO leg
re6 p~rectlf rormed, '1i t the third ii
bent enpwarD Jompathog ietnjg, and
nas two rat dr' nprietly formed~ feet.
'lyoung man is twenity-tgvo yes olq
very infelligent;, al~al speaks several
'Bdd," said a lady to her seryvant,
"Iwish you would si e[l pvor and see
how old Mrs. Jenel t tis tgorning."
In m4 fewiminmutes ,Bidd y retn'rnied' with
he infernation,Lht hrs. Joneb .we i
general Robert E. Leo belid~'eg
Uat-.regular' and-constnt pf hai
'ginia conn, IAii Zn4y the
n~t got %J9pebeolass af
a~ora ro epeanel a I
midde of ,ro a seoj itl~ e
Iellos it e I
SOLUBLE MANURES AND SULPHURIC ACID, A
lfanufac'tured at Charleston.
NDEIt THE DIRIWTION OF DR. N. A. PRATT, Chemist for the Sulphurio Acid and
USu per-Phoisphate Comp anly.
Soluble Phosphorio Acld, in the form or Soluble Phosphate of Limo, or Dissolved B'ne
'oslillatc, is rhe basis of all good Fertilizers, and tieso are valuable in the ratio of
loubito IPhosphoric Acid Which isin thranl.
The immense de iosite ofPhosphtatio Guano6 whioh were discovered in 1807 in South
.arolina, by Dr. P1intI, consistsmAinly of Insoluble Phosphate of Limo, which. is lnade
vailablo as a Fertiliter by being grouil to powder, and reduced by Sulphurio Acid to
ucl a col lition as 1i n'unce iis hsolible phosphato solublo in water, and thus made
apable ot binlig Iuken up by -rowing plant. Th nsobblo Phosplinto fould in any
omiercial Fertilzer is o1 no llore value to Ihe pn11it than tile original Phosphate rock,
ie greater thie proportion of' thlis FoIluble PhIosphute which any Fertiliser contains
e less the iuantity required per acro, and ConsequenutlV the cheapest Fertilizer is
h1311 con taing the highest per Cu ninge of Soluble Phospliato.
llipressel will these titlis, lholSilphuric Acid and Super-Phosphate Company have c
Wectel I)( Chllrleslon the firtt extenivie Acid Chtutbers South of Baltimore, and are
111' to offer to planters th11 i.ighe.st per centage of 8 duble Phosphate of Lime known in
Their Ferl ilizera are on'ered under I wo forms
1. Etiwin. No, 1.-Pturo Solhible Phosphate, guaranteed to contain 24 per cent. of ill
[)ih olved [one Phospatile of Line, 80 per tonl, 10 per cent. discount for cash. d
2. E iwani.. No. 2 -Periviani Superl'hospliate, guiranteed to contain 20 per cent.
if Disso ved Ilone Phophate, and lI to 8 per cent. of' Amttonia, with a suflicient. nddl.
ion o' Peruvian Guatu to adapt it to all Crops, $70 per tol, 10 per cent. discount
WE ALSO OFFER:
Dissolved Bone, of higil grade. for plattors or ianuftacturers, who moy desire to mix
n1o any other colpoi and we suggest ihat this is the best and cheapest mellhod for
annnufacturers to tratnsport I he Sulphuric Acid contained In the nixture. Will be sold
it. a fixed rate for each per centago. WM. C. iEE & CO., -
jan 6 3m Agents, No. 14 Adger's Wharf.
The "1CA ROL/XA PR /,XR"is rnde fromn the Phosphiateo of South Carolina, a
nnid is pronlounceed 1); variouls chemists, onec of lthe best 'Manures knoewn, only inferior to ii
peruiviani Gunnuoin iia Ferlih-/.mg l'roperties. These Phosphates aie thle remains of ex. m
inot heind and sea ain als, and poos-sess qlimlities of thle greatest value to the agricultur- dt
st. We annex thle aralysis of l'roftcs-or Shepaird. N
\ , IHMiTOld OP Till, \ll-l,1CAL COLLEGE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Ainalysis (If a sninple of Carolina Frtilir, personally selected. .
Moistuire expelled at 212" F,17
Organic Manlter, wvith sottne water of ccombination expelled at'a low red heat, 166 0
Fixed Ingredients, ' 6.50
Phios o ic .\cid-Solublo, 6. 91 Equiivalent I o 11.27 Soluble Phosphate of Li: e
nso c, 6.17 1,& In ivalent to 1W...S8 Insoluble (b ,ne).
13.13 241.75 Phosphate of Limo.
,planr A c d, 11.01 Egquivalent to 23.t65 Sulphate of Limo.
Sul h11ate of Soda, 3.50
Ohestrengths of these relT I am glad to certify to the superiority of tho (aroli.
aiisllluneis h~ h ii cetsonLIE/of the Plers anre own onl inperio tofi
oct 1 V a IiioilO otahtg11Oli C. ' e EPio .pitC W. e W I AM l & ie a 1 fCxO.,
Fnlsofr satupby at dealin rizrprolysectd
AWxe ofg all desorpton.6e,8e)in
d Mill Furisini.aicuar2as6it
onsk, ueio.oal nsre Teethl Sao1w4s.soube 1)su)
hebsttMethodit writers ndathers
On he trngils hes reul-a amglD t ertifyntsof eligpeiorit ofrt ('ar Inh
'dicompleto Family Pape. EiIPico, $2J0r.
We s llfunih lli cccle~t F2~7If1Zg t.antehrand otpremus ato $6anvasoti o
ow A verisem uts -. time. Fortspeimen writrso an tohes,
FoigP and DoeTiE CorEspoDencT, f l
-. ~ .I.<horj11mlanstocanvses . i,
o ~ go~sw~~"Eureka" Smoking Tob, cco
Is an excellent article of granulated Vir
gInia ;whereever inltroduced It is univer
sally admired. It. IA put up in htandsome
muslin bags, in wiich orders for bleer
schiattm Pipes are dhaily packed.
SIX -C, R * Y1CIIT Lorillar'd'sr
U 1TCLaUB S3101(INU TOBACCO
1s made of the chmoiceat, leaf grown ; it, is e
antl~nervous in its effects, as the Nicotine h
has been extraeted ; it, leaves no disagreea- a
ble taste after smoking: It is very mild,
For sle b all ealeo In light in color and weight, hlenic one pound
will last as long as 8 of ordinuary tobacco.
DRY C ODS NO~ONS. In this brand we also pack orders every
- --- -----day for first quality Mecerschaum Pijlas.
(ESTBLISED 130,)Try it and convince yourselves It is all It
'IVEO1[ (UUFI'nS, claims to be, "the finest of all."
SA I'S! XRSSA IS-ILorilard's
ASofalleoitln.Aeelig CENTURY CREIWINO TOBACCO.
111Ml uribns Ciclrawwih This brand of Fine Cut chewing tobco
hoi et1b i Ptn dutbeas no egnal or superior anywhere. It, is
oitsuelrtalItsrdTetlaw.without doubt the best che wing tobaceco in
Mi"' I'-icas Reduced. %;l (lie country.
pihiSend for P'r je List and Ciroulars.iis LORIJLARD'R SNUPFS
W ETUCfl& Gi1FFITiIS, Hlave now been in general use In the
Iloston), anss., or Detroit, Michl. Unitedl States over 110 years, andl still ae-.
knowledged "the best" whterover used.
NORWAY OATS. If your atorokeepor does not. have these 2
I~AVE (Cvlly g emtongerat ed their' ad epig, articles for salne ask htim~ to get. them ;they
iojt -ty t he- sell ihd lm~eo' ofth -ll are soldh by respect able jnbbers almost. I
louth. Vield 100 to 160 hushlele to t he everywhtere. Circular of' prices iled on i
ecue. Not ilpi orsinst in . '4 4 hearilly application.' P. LOR ILL ABRD & CO.,
ndorstul bf profninent pino ers tu ever'y New York. g:
3ojther-a ,uate. Those wishing to part ici..-.-.--.-.-.---.--.
m1ituin the profits of the sale of this send ~ l
lCxt year should or-der at. nc, enough forl
rofw acres. Every one will wnnt It. neCxt
'niset (63 b ihegi f9 geres 3ui &n
'hotf r asei v alue~ of' (he st rant will pny \A A. I tbt i. tspueuotes. Doct' or or .\tett
oat of sged twice oyo . A fow plarsters i ne. . Sent, post-paId, on receipt of 10
dive already bought a eJ there Iis u dhanco cas. Addlress E. B. Foote; (author of Afedi.
or a f w more. cal Common Sense) No. 120 LexIngton Ave.
CAovIan -CohtJ ir it seed is bejng ox' for. East 28th St.. N. Y.
Ion ih..i Se 10,000 Agents Wanted/bor
'e r h~el, ;71 hlalf busre1 s? 'Walks and -[omneR of Jesus.
Ifk, $2 50. Sqnd money with .order, ' By Rev. Dr. MAncif, .~ B ., author of
IOUOII & OH URClI, Knoxville, -Tehn.,'or ''Night Seones of the Blible." Apply-at
oD..RAMlS,,,I .& ..,Prop'rs, 21 Od to Cau't'v.Mnx4hoKss,10
;r-st.,N,'a . free. -L ke-at.., Chiicago. Chesaut street., bglphig Pp.
a - -- , a e 4.E buyu the- only. Reliablo Add~
100,000 AGOENTS. WA NA'W FOR ing Machide~ - A ddres . H. R10H .
O~tA E.t2.4A RDSV Blox 8986, New York,
y1ppy at once tq Cnrti:sxtus& O1t' sat.,f'A~ne
C'uNW YORK MJT7OlI0JIT ~ s1*s ~; i~aIei~~,~.~
Mqbllshes Nor~ton, a Spvalgtory. or the plyiat onoe to
inlly, 1e ltdena Stor ever . week, -ORIT PENDEN & MeKINNEY, et
hthe a h~ti g05 a- oke tt b
WAY with uncomfortablo Trusses.
Coifort and Cure for the Ruptured.
:nt post-paid on receipt of 10 cents. Ad.
-es Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington
ve., New York.
he Purost, Best and Cheapest
SOLD, U ALL ROIRVER.
AGENTS! READ THIS !
E will pay Agents a Salary of $80 per
week and expenses, or allow a large
mmitission, to sell our new and wonderful
ventions. Address M. W.AoN1n & Co.,
)OUKET II lVOLYERtS.-West 's 8:
Fhooer. A neat, durable weapon, four
ioh barrel. Price $1.60 post-paid. Ad
-ess S. 01. Ausri, Elsie, Mich.
NiPLOYMENT.-S200 a month witi
J1 Siencil Dies. Samples free, 8. M.
irser(n & Co , liraltieboro, Vt.
Agents in every town in the South and
rest for the
ONE DOLLAR HOUSE
the country, to whom we offer the most
GOODS SENT C. 0. D.
Send for circulars.
S. C. THOMPSON & CO.,
10 Federal st., 148 Stite St.,
Boston, Mass. Chicago, Ill.
This is no Humnbog.
Y sending 85 eta., witi age, height, col.
or of eyes., and hair, you will receive,
y return n.nil. a correct picture of your
iture husband or wife, with name atid
'to of narriage, Alddlres8 W. Fox, P. 0,
rawer No. 24, Fultonville, N. Y.
I)t. WIIITTIER, 9 Wylie St., Pittsburgl
Pa., of Union-wide reputation, treate
I venereal diseases: also, seminal weak.
ss, impotency, &o., the result of self.
use. Send 2 staups for sealed pamphlet,
)pages. No matter who failed, stale case
111E Marriage Iting.-Essays for young
. men, free, in sealed envelopes How.
i) AssoCIATION, Box P, Philadelphia,
1URIOUS how Strange.-The Married
/ Ladies Private Companion contains the
'sired inforrnation. Sent free for stamp,
tildress Mns. C. Insany, Hanover Pa.
)SYCIIOMANCY, Fascination or Soul
Charming,-400 pagen ; eOntb, Thin
onlderful book has full instructions to en
da the reader to fascinate either sex, or
iy animal, at will. Mesmerism, Spritual
m, and hundreds of other curious expert
ents. It can he obtained by sending ad
ces. with postage, to T. IV. EvANs & Co.
o. 41 South Eighth-street, Philadelphia.
P. P. TOALE,
Charleston, S. C., Manufacturer of
)OORS, SASH, BLINDS
AVNT iE AlGEST AND MOST
LOMPLETE FAtCTOlRY in the South.
n States, andi keeping always on hand a
rge and moost comoplete stock of DOOlRS
A811E8S, IILINl)S, Sash Doors, Store
oors, Shlutters, Mtouldings, &c., &e., I am
tabled to sell low and at manufacturers'
N. B.--Striot attention paid to sipu
~AMPSEN MILLS RLOUR
IRST PREMIlUM at the 8. C, FA IR IP
[1H E undersigned offer to their country
L frien ds, and the public in general.,
toice and pure artice of FLOUR. The'y
rve on hand, and grinding daily a full
Family, Extra and Superfino Flour.
orthern and WVestern Flour at lowest, mar,
Corn Z Oats! Hay !
6,000 Bushels prime WVhlto Cofn,
2,000 " " Seed - and Fee'ding
600 Bales Ha'y.
JNO. CAMPSE.N & CO.,
nov 27-Sm Chia legton, 8.'C.
),000 Southern Gro wn FruIt Treetifor Sale,
PP'LE rTREES 2 years old, 5 tb 8 ee
- hight,- with a well formed crown at 2
>8 feet from the ground : price Sd8 00 pet
)Q. One year old, 4 to 0 feet high-- priot
12 00 per 106.
Peacht Trees, P'ear,, Plubn, Arrget, ~eo,
irino Trees, r~ava V'Ines, Ntrawberry
ants, &o. Descriptive andi Irieo Cat&e
gue sont gratis to a pp liaia.
Adduress. W M. K. NELSON.
oct 16-6:m Augusta, Ga.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
00TS, SHOES and HATS
EA8' 1ID# oNL STREET,
SO LUMfB IA, 8. 0.
Ale I Ale I A I ITTj
PINE lot of, Ale * nd 1 ortof, Se gare,
veryftne, Vinegar lIt ters, &e. Just ge,
ivedib R 4 Mm... R ...
E, N. PENDLETON'S
We have formed a Copartnership
for the purpose of making the above.
named FERtTILIZEB, and are nov
prepared to fil orders with which we
may be favored.
This COMPOUND surpasses in pro
duotion, 37 differetfetilie,.used
on an experimental plat of land~ and
we feel well assured In saying that ll
will be pleased, who may give it; a
PEN4DLETON & DOEIER,.
or E. 1!. PENDLE~TON,