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Proodings of the Loida attre,
um:.ypa nu, Feb. 15. -in the Sonato,
yesteruay, the fullowing bild wore in.
trud oe.d :
A bill to doarwine-t , timQ when
thu alries o Couity' Slvol' Co61.
mi wI s 1o . ,hl i ommenoe, and to txI
te d &to of the fira meetiug of naad
6ohob1 Commis,ioners as a 8tate
Board of EdXucAtion.
ilsyt .intropatoed a bill to protoot
thle interest of isheep owuers' nd to
p.omoto tho raising of hep.( .
The report of the Committeo'n
Incorporations on a bill to 4regulate
the digging and mining of phosphate
deposits 'from the navigable streanib
and waters of the State of South
Carolina was taken up. with the bill,
discussed by Corbia and Cain, and
recommitted to the 'Committeo on
A bill. to provide for a sinking.fand
and the management of the same was
the -special. order for12 M. By the
provibldns Of this bill 'the Governor,
the Comptroller General and the At;
torney General oonititute a commis
sion to control the sinking fund of the
State, who are authorised to soll- and
conve, for and on' behalf of the
State, all State property not devoted
to oducational or charitable purposes.
A motion was made to striko out the
names of the Attorney and Com-trollor
G owerals from the billtjwhich was lostf
The bill was amended 'by insetriug the
names of. Mainey and, DeLarge,. and
ordered to 'be engrossed.
Donsildson give notice. that he will
introduce e bill to - incorporato the
Wilanington 'aid Varolita 'Railroad
Notice was giv.en in the House of a
bill to bettor carry out the provisions
of the education nt.
A resolution was adopted autho.-i.
aing the Governor to open correspon
donoce with the Governor of Georgia
with a view to secura' co-operative
legislation as to the ribts of naviga
tion and shing in the Savannah aid'
A message was received fron. the
Governor that he bad approved the
following acts :
An act to amend hn not entitled
"An not to ompower circuit judges to
change the venue for the trial of
actions, both civil and criminal."
An not to incorporato the Colambis
An not to incorporate the Suater
The House paused the -following
A bill to provide for the payment
of claims of teachers for service
rendered during the fiscal year con
mencing November 1st, A. D. -1868,
and ending Otober 81st, A. D. 1869.
A bill to revise, simplify and.
abridge the rules, practice, pleadings
and forms of the tourts of thia State.
A bill to provide for the general
eletions, and tie manner of conduc
ting the same.
COLU31DIA, Fob. 18.-In*'tho $on
ate, . yesterday, the following bills
A bill to inoorporatd certain ohuroh.
es in York.and aheater counties,
A bill to provide for an oloction to
fill vacancies occurring in certain
The report of the Judioiary 11W
mittee on a bill to enforco thepri.
hionsoaf the civil rights bill' of the
United States Congress. and to secure
to the people the benefits of a Repub.!
lican government in this State, wvta
made thOespooia order 'e$9 gggy
at I o'Olook. '
A bill to alter and amend the char-'
ter and extend the limits of the city
of Columbia was made the special
ordjr for 1 2.80 'to-day.
By a resolntion introduced in the
House, the Comiittee .on the Peni
tentiary are instructed to inquire by
what atitlhority visitors are thargcd.
for visiting the penitoritiary.
A reoclution was adopted to pro
vent the distribution of showv bills in~
Lomnax introduced a bill toauhr
ize the county commissioners of Ab-.
beville to open hinblic road leading
from Greenwood to New Market.
Notice was given of a bill 'to 'pr.
verit men from having more tiitti twp
A bill passed granting a certein int
of land in Columbia to Zion' 'Baptist
Max~well, Senator froiE Jferlbat,
wa~ cle~te~y, the Sena te,'ond Smiaflls
of lBeaufort, by the ionse,- as mm
ber. of the Stae eho omison.
o 1 btSa y 9.-*-''ier
Intre ued a 'bill to de8a0 ,tip
vest funds In State bonds wd stoekcs of
this Stftaeg . fai ro e ,
A biiA(o av r 'I& e of
the ~j orde ; be opgrossed
inges6 9 ~ a
and Man ,vpotd Qfa or la
number of hliep a hh evrdered
A bill 'W 'g(qtsE 'e . WIftles
sing t i0qotlh ~ b
f',r the appJo nmafbln of -T .~un ss
which we, ~I~adAefete~~1o
Thtoai a Distapoe of Eight Miles.
Mr. J. W. Hill, of Jefferson, Wil.
llams county, Iowa., has invented a
double shotted projectile by which ho
chima shot can be thrown a dis
tance of eight or ton iniles. Meters.
[Tll and Roberts arrived here on
Monday with permnissIon from Wash.
ington to niako experiments. The
shot is conical, with a bore iunide and
a tine fuse at the side. In fact, it is
a &oall cannon itself. An eights.inoh
shot fired to-day weighed 200 potunds
bt fore being leadud. Tho inner
eiity or bore w. thrr o and a h,.lf
inches and extends so.nie e glht .che.s.
Iuto this oaviry was plaoed a hMIf
pound of Pond ,r I ; 6 i1!e to V,
thou inserted and tha.: a nevt
and a half p1ound bot.. tiu nozz i.
.tipped up by a brass plu, in two
pieces. The double shoL is then
rhiced in a cannon and JisA-rged.
The fuses are fiomn five to tot eutn
onds ; at the eud <.f that tite the fus4
ignites thie powde!r aind i liarge.,
the twelve pontif shot. The inveni.
toro claims that the velocity tf the
salill shot is g-eater thati was tho
largo one ; Lut this ii a poiat to be
deternoined. T-c experiments were
commenced ot Alonday, but in conso
quenee of the plug in the end of th.
shot not being scrowed in, the plig
and the ball, both fell out after travel.
ling about one mile. For to-day'si
experimenuts, however, the pht gs wore
made to screw into tho alot, and %the
result wassatisfacrory. The fuse to
the eight-inch shot was a ton second
fuse, and at the end of that time the
twelve and a half poubd thot wais die
oharged and the eight-inch shot kept
on its way until its force was expon
.ded. The explosion dots not burst,
the shot, but dI ives out the plug, as
there is no vacuum between the shot
and the nonale. This projectile bas
now been tested for the first titnie and
is pronounoed a success. The experi
ments were made by Colonel 'T. G.
itylor, commanding the atsenal at
this post, and a full repott will be
forward to the Chief of Ordilanice.
The principle on which this inpiove.
ment is made is regardod a good one.
Our fifteu-inuhl guns throw a soli i
shot at least five iiles. Load onie (f
these guns with a double shotted pro
jectile, with a fuse 'arranged to di: -
charge the small shot when the cennon
ball has reached its highest. elevatiout,
a fifteen-inch shut would t:ake twent y
or twenty-four ponnils shot w.thout
danger of bursting. and it is claimied
that it would go further front this
elevation than it would from the
ground. The Ilrgo shot would, of
course, be fired it an objuet while
the smnall one would be -co on to do
what exceution it could, anid in firing
itt a hie of troops would be very effee
tive. The sniaI shot is inadc with a
sabot for the iifi in the large slt,
and is largo onough to fil oy the
spiio butweent the powder and tlie'
plug, which i screwed in, out only
just enough to keep it from beinig
shaken out. M as:s. Hill and Rob
erts are entirely sat i fied with the
success of the experilmenIts and 1.0
Iieve they can fire a shot almost any
I iianco.-Fo,,rres MJon roe C',r. N. Y.
Mark Twain's Hotel.
Having lately opened a ha.,bery, I
send you these my rules and regula
Trhis .- hiouse sh a' be considere d
None but the brave deserve the
Persons owing bills for board will
be bored for bills.
Boardera who do net wiulk to pay in
advance are requested to advance and
Boarders are expected to wait on
the colored cook-for nie.ib.
. Seets will be rightly och.nged once
in six months, or more if' n' oe-saary.
Double boardlers ean have two beds
with a room in it, or two rooms wi'h a
bed in it, as they ohoose.
Boarders mire requested to pull off
they boqgs before reiig, if. they
can eonvenintiy (10 so.
Beds with or wi-.lout bngs.
All moy and other valuables are
to be lef't in care of the proprietor.
This invisted oth,as ho wvill be rospon.
sible' idr'no otht'er losses.
Inuside mnatier wvill not be furnished
for editors under any consideration.
Rlelativeseomning to maise a six
months' viait w'ill' bd wv~ioomned u; but
twhen they will bring their household
furniture,.virtue will cease to be a for
Single men with their ailies will
not bie boarded.
Beds with or without boards.
Dreams will be charged for by the
1Nightmares hired out at reason Able
Stono vaults will be furnished to
snoring boarders a. the proprietor
will in nO wise be responsible for the
broken tinpan uns of other ears.
levators,At is #jtd, hlov been in
troduoed in Neuw York,. in buidinggs
ereoted for offices. A fireproof odi.
fleaxsto-t-Ies high, snd oco hundred
b bo u hndred nd, Qf~y fepet in
sqware durnopl4ps,.M g
uopak the~soro judisy and a.
dar tre.tM Theo ubiadira&. to the
(db aM$osteam ojgyg.tgy
hours. h 4 AiM of the
57:4O h7*te *amibe
'eaoed w th4.~I~ ta su
'tuted, witti amoudaments ; which
Yoro d6nourrod iu anod tho bill ordered
to beO enrollod,
Tn: DRAMAo.-We 6Od, lays the
?'w York Hei-ald, that whilo Mr.
tiaray ullivan hn9 in a few weeks
oat thoutands in Lindon in an effort
;o maintaini oit least 6ne theatre
;he legitimate drama-bero wi see
'fanitet" at Booth's, "The'lSclool for
an)al." a6 allackle.and Fetober
t Niblu's diaw night after night ad.
rrring crowds. - There is no ichool of
irt there - inow to' e.,mpar, with that
built up here by tbe older Wallack
ind maiutAinud by his son with here
iltaity tage ofnd Spirit. 1 is siiply
,o us what -Drury bL ie was in the
iayU of Shea idau to Eniglaud; and
her are some who u;w hold the
iighest plate-i England's tleats icals
who claim with prido to have tako
their degrees at Wallack's. There is
lo light comedian in London who can
for one uoniant-obnpare with Wallack
in variety orange, iii grace, eleganoq,
whim, address, a genius fur triflos, a
gayoty light as the wavo of a feather
r the- Blutter of a fan and that in
born air of tbd gentlemain which can.
abt be bought and is as much the gift
)f nature as any other porsonal quali
y. There is no: thostre in. England
at which Shakospeate's plays are pro
4tueed with anything approaching the
same splendor "of'surroundin g asat
Booth'a, nor is thore any tragio artist
theore who can comparo with him ; nor
ii ther'h any artist whocan compare
with Jefforson in the assumption of
ecoontrio o4dities,.pr..who Can.touob
the s'tllst eftily- 'ith sneh deli
orous ioridfess and 4ork them out
with the finish of a miniature painter,
as if all coniipg from the mere sug.
geation of nature.
A Faux LIEJ.D) FOR oR KI NoME~N.-.
Und'ethli .healding"tbe New York
l(cratd'&aay the South, from Virginia,
yea frUUt Marylaud to Toxas, is i fine
iol.1 for workinginon at this time,
when in all branches of labor nnd
trado.in the North the supply of
workingmion so far 'eckeeds the do
mand that-many thousands of willing
hands are out of employment. lhe
South," eays the Herald, "invitesotheh
to 'oome on,' we have room enoigh,
and work enough, and land and bread
enough for all. Why cannotsocieties
then, beformed in the cities and
towns of: the North, 'where labor is in
exess'of the demand, for the pur
poso of providing work and homaes for
these unomployod able-bodied men in
the South ? We would call thq Rt.
tontion of all concerned to tihis im
IInOI5M ON THE STAGF..-MIS
Kate Reignolds Lad a narrow escape
at Nashville, 'Tenn., recontly, whaile
r I !,,, g '%- th . Theatre.
D-un .t p. 1r.:s of the evening'S
outeimuentae tailof bor'do3
an olaborately.arrangod Illusion, acci
dently touched the footlights, and in
a moment. it was ailazo. She remain
ed perfectly still, and said to Mr. J.
Frank Noyes, who was on the stage
with her, "Mr. Noyo.,, my dres.s I my
dress !" He smothered the blaze by
putting hisfeet on it, uhenl Mis, Reig.
nolds thanked him in the dialeat of
the character she' was assurnaing. At!
this tihe audience bitrst into loud and
prolonged applause. It was a uarrow
eseape) for had she attcempted to rdn
from the stage, the light mato'rial
wouild havo burned from her form, be.
fore the fire could have boen extin.
LATEST CONF1DE!<CE DoDOE--We
have lately'heard of Sgreat many con
fidence dodge,.but~tliis is the coolest:
A ver gnt elydie'sed jourig man
and popular barkeeper, and asked to
have a bottl9 ofisbust 'whiekey pist
up. Th4 dblighlioirlator did so in
the shortest possible time, and in a
few moments was. Ariving the eork
home, whaen the cdnfidho-e -ia asked
to let himitry the quality. ,The cas
temear paurod out about half a tum,
blerful, anid after draining it to the
botton, roimarko, ('That is' ex
aellent ;s6L'it,'n the shelf and I will
call and'getI in half an' hou."
Th&N~ Yirk'T,-itun has discooy,
ore4 the '4evil that did' it" viz:
moved one William Chambers to the
murder 6f'Vorhees ina Brooklyri the
of Nonar, .of whteh' $he above were
mernbor-e,'drantc on the fasal evening
sevens, bottles' of' Wine. Whereat
HIorae'exelaims that as .n 'bottles
are fair ratli~f~ i2y'- 'That phi.
Iosophyi 'e*o~ tgIiy Ddt Horatian, but
It d uis be' lfnlge4thit thele. Is a
dijtefeDcebhe'esat 'oldalelran and
the gixiture of Newarkr older and
soda which the Brooklywnltes'call .wine.
Vo~~daee 0 OJg th er it ohay
Inag anade 'the' first de posits of -tuaonles
receivcerfor tare. fpr tjhe year, 1869.
Acording to t.hae'ie#law, the collec
tIn'df #08ttaes f# 'idifeuce en
Ilbfury I5. r ':nidibe with
Woole uopened h e ucaoeata 'dgefield
~eter y, and--receIted votei oyoe
tro r a Who nea io Brazi gg
ebllo yhqbo as. 'M
SOLUBLE MANURES AND SULPHURIC ACID,
Ianufactured at Charlaston.
N tI' 1)1 t 'IOI OF DR. N. A PIRATT, Clemtaist for the Sulphiurie Acid ai
U tpr Ia Iiti it? Comita ay.
Poluble Posplaoriu AM, in t lie foin of SoIaublo 1hosphae of LIdno, or Dissolved 13o
plhomplao, is Ilite blisis Of fill ganial F0 -ili1-, Mi id a hat', 111- Viluafblo ill ieh rwt 0io
Soluble Phosphoric Aid whiclh isin 8 il m.
Th ia imeno d'eposits of Phosphitio Gu aon whiol wero discovered In 1807 in Sout
Cirolina, by Dr. Pri I, consists inniiily o 1 isoluileo Pi hospiisa or ll-, itajl is mmi
availablo Is n Fertilizer boy ii g glrimual ito l tilr, andoil red.leed lay ;tllphlllric Aciil I
atuich n coiliiton ia a, ita ke its iasol ble p a hotphar iio so-hluhio it wlift'r, aild 11111c) iliad
c:itl of b' iia. ianku fill1.y g i g plants. The inmbdai Ii i'hosphtib. ftiaid In [i
,1611111. 1,6 i " oiIV i o nt ' :iblate 'oi t, e plian 11ha 1 tle Orin iai ho111.pa e roe
'Ill- ao.nir ill,) j.rop: .,1.l 4,1 li , ai aa i ';k ~ tliujb 1.11p iti 1%i el fa i titv 1,0'11114i~, 11cottt
fie ft'.s ille tti~ilaiiv I g it t 1I,r w c. u.11 ' chi.-e'itnt iv hilie thvilpe-. Fertilizer j
il~t IA.a i-tiing he Lt .,he-t p .. u.. ,ag, tf Sdli Pko phtet,
lffinipr e-e wih lh e t ut h;. th iilglpioaae e i .indl iuper-Pht hte 0tta.attv b
*tetivc-l loi l' le,t e O l i ti 'i e.lvaazjae Acid 0.1iaiaiiit'ro Statil of il01a1im 1r0, and il
nt 1.1. I' to pIlti rs hill) , ghti' p r eaU of ; 16ubl0 l'to.piatte of Litne kiaowii
Taei Fes~ t ilizerst aire oil.'ired uieir ~i l .,in :
1. Ei mt . No. I ---iu'o Shil 1 ibJ6taphii.', tcitnuantie I to nlin 'll 21 per cent.
n o a lone ['l ia I h ofi' Lm.1e $e 10 per tin, 10 pci- emit. discouit. for tnith.
ain . No. '-' -- l'eraaint Siperi'iai ~im ', gataaaied I o azimnin 21) 'ercen
(of l v::,sia ei ltait- l'hl, 1tt1', zid QA t 3 r - , n,' (I A otoonia, w:0 it sititicieit uadd
c:,111 lilv a Guiat 10 to d. pt it t., al Crop.,, f7i l-lr tilu , 10 per cent. diboou
WE A I So OFI'-;i:
Dissolvell 11o1e, a f i . :. i l- p k ;-., .. .' t It ilo o i v.v w h 11th' d qive t imd
tllio fatny otiher m . A n.1 t ,:; ;1.t'.' -, litie i 11". he)et and cei :i p'eot meiodol i ,
mlliaatfaciurer to ll tanL orI ji i-t i te upltiaiu A il cot aijel in te uixitare. Will ho so
at a fixtiii rate for ci p,. r eet..,Ae. 110.. C. iEA:, & CO.,
5-- -... -... -.. 14 A d er's W i if.
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TI he "CA R 0 L / X.1 I'JI" 1'7 h 1ZEA|, is onh. 1' -omi II. (sof Svilh caM Mil
anld ispr-onoune.1 to, vaenlns ch1emikis, Onte o*fihe best .\InutIIIes lknowni, onlly inti.-rior. I
l'et uvianl Gunn11o inl its Fl'r ibzing'o Prol- r I ;-s These Phipte thde relmains of v2
inct hanld anld sel ani-I als. and pas , 1j1.Ldti- 4A- * dw10 giels value :0 the agricultull
st. E e nons-x l'the Iu-Inly:-iN (iPt' s r'4 pmd
-L \iot.\'t'oniv or Ti,,a ml;ljl.\ I. coiii OF ! ou'rl CAllOLNA.
.ii r e '
Orkganic .\ln er, itith soine water of U.m1bination1 expelledI n1( A low r-ed heat, 16.
l'ixd lingrediento, .
l'osoro ci--Soube, 0.0 Equtivalent to 11.'7-;:Zoluld Phosiphnto of lm
ins~lble,0.17i Pi ln to I0 -3.8 inlsoluible (b lie).
.13-11 21.75 Phmsph. of Le
dulhuric Ae'd, I1I-11 Equtlivalent to 23i Wp ul(phate of Limte.
Sulphie of l'orash,
Su11lphte of' Sodn,
na f/f liestreng-ills of thlese resutltaI I nml glad to certify to 0h speriority of lthe Carol
2 ifunshtisecelntFRTLZE o lntr an o
oc 9lyL M &00
Ne M yrie et. 'eaar n n
'l'ic CA \i.I . ~ LlIl/ /' i ll' l y ~ siibscrip ious coa n eti' oed a t a na
tiati~ ~tOlt~aaec U izi-iniia'tetili o tmo . l 'or b s peltitic' imen , tano ly aiwao ' oo
Mo1~ia-astCmp to TtjEiMi'2hDIS'16,
A iii@ ^rautoi" S oktiTb ec
For sle b alldeaLra a
Is an :pita:ntnroicleof granlated V
Sallydadire.1i i u. u nhnsn
Oaaalo iregaIt o~Ihete te~i't.,I otgl d Cify h ags inc wh~iho r s ifiao aroel
ohaut Pipesare lypog~d
New Advertisemnts.n 320cI61Tfl(OiaCC
- l~~a'pttal madeltl o i I i lighoies tl grownla; i
atligaev...tusatsr effect ir goes tio tt
hL ' o.e. [xtatedy :litpeave Prieng2.5r
il-at- Lniailpol loit o oriaytaccr
~.' ~. !~ I dacty fo istabeaipaityti cerschaaieum Ptp
Tr iat nnd ciovinct.elosles it, is Wall
~ 4 ~claimas o be, a IfiE~ nM~ -TIDIT
Lill ntta ds. e o
and n eicelFurnii tirgs.eCofcultaraanwtowith
Solid Tet Itha itt wilatPhaoenit Adior able
Pointe, superioretoaallaIn.ertedrTeeth Saes.
Ii| na l'--alea hoieduced af a-ogg; I
PWen or l'o bys allda rcinri.nllr tt eietls'c in Ot
wil lui. ts&an GsS o odiaFrTtobic
BR OQon &ls. or TeIon,'i. I hsbodw dapc resee
tionin forthel (oiltiandMtceimcntotof Pipe
Sot.YeldA 10I lIo 13hitsest t-yitttCtV~Cyusle Ii l
ac- A N oding Ar rstig RA re'8 hearsilyj~ii'1'
endorsed byi dpsriint pAter, Iing JfeveryEI IN OROO
Sthe il rntt hos Citshin tos p aci. ' a'lu f 'te iicaeV igth
paile, n t aprol tof tal l sarel oftt Sat- y s waiu.tltlL at bl hwiglbc
netyea shouba ordr e, enug fore onty
afew8oa nor vr on-ic wil wa n extaasi - --LgLLR' NF'
Theinceasdv lueo h & Ornw ill pny 1W en iigurd s ni
cost ofsi o overa.A fe' Ll'plalh. ytd ttersoe 10y~aa ud tl
hae NradoughVAndY ee OAT '. chan owldol"h ot e'e'tsd
foyou' s-o'ckcpmo aoe.--li-ihit-i the
Catfo.-ul n trfeiaat seed Iisti adengearirilafrsd ikIdah o.Iaaat
enitely1offered il the Soutand we tca aen. t a erltlal jbesnm
to.nootgag tt ihaa gi gnM. A lre hat. pitain P OalLAIl eC
Parice lbahq $7-o60. at hplfnttseit alv$yN wYok
plInaoft Roif t oleo iJ atI
Pitest. ye atoil oer 1T oleenatal f
at fewarc . .~'v 0 wil atlli au
yt 0,000 I, Diie N laTttnoW& , 1'aata0&%
Asd 76 hiols toiayd5 ae&r la
l~tasl~has nfferedaittrtesSo'trha aay he caaat.
ota tade aaar I ~rodto'd etreou uy 'Wda-aenow been ingeneral Juse .
P~alet,5 17knowledged~L h "th bos" wereer sed
article for ore&askhim to od.hthm rgth
~O0,0O0 QE~V7?,~ W4~7are)1sold by- reseelable j'obbers alm IoI
~z'1everywher8'o. C08irua ofWprtioa m aiec
ApplyAt 0 1iapptlication. P.& LO ~ LLn1 &(00
ei .intpstpado ecip f -
Chat wih th L~tleFolk. 0f~$~~'t18. Addrest- oto. (Aho r ofb Med
TO COTTON PLANTERS.
24BO7 3M e.
The supply of Peruvian Guano having
become exhausted, it is neoesmary ror il.h
planting coimmunfy to look for a substitute
for tiis article, mo efficacious in prorioting
and ustaniiag the growth of oton. The
combination of Peruvian Otuano and DI.
holved Bones has been found to te the
safest and best of all the ninny !o ct
offered, and we are confident that ir.ai.
ordinary season, to use the language of Mr.
David Diokbon, can never fNil. In pro
senting our AMMONIATIED to the Pl'antor,
wo but give the o.tobination it a form
ready for Immediaw use, thus saving tlim
cost and trouble of manipulatIon and secur
ing informiny in quality.
The practical results obtained from the
articles shipped by .a prove them to be
superior to all others, and in o trade ex,
tending through every portion of the Cottou
Growing Regions, and, during the past five
years, consuming thousands of tons, we are
yet to hear of tlie first complaint.
In our manufacture we discard all mineral
phosphates, and rely entirely upon Puve
Bjone made readily soluble by the use of
Sulphuric Aold. The Ammonia Is supplied
from the next valuabie source to Peruvian
Guano, and in sufficient quantities to give
the plant a vigorous aad healtby growth,
the soluble bone sustaining it throughoit
We have no hesitation In placing this
article against any manufacttire or totabi-,
nation known and will refund every dollar
spent in its purchase in case it does not give
For the character and purity of the arti
oles shipped by us we refer to tho promri
nent namnes appended,t hey being a few of
those who obtain their supplios from us.
JOHN MERRYMAN & CO.,
David Dickson, Hancock ounty
Dr. E M Pendleton,
W W gimtson,
A J Lane,
Col. T Al Turner,
John T Berry,
James M Gray, Jones county
1 8 Kisar, Houston county
M 0 Robert. Wilkes county
N W Atone, Columbia county
Dr. lHenrjy Gaither, Newtpa county
Dr. J 8 lamilton, Athens
Edward Ilancroft, ,
A P Dearing, 49
A Livingston. Newton county
lion. T J Smith, J-eerson county
H P Riobards, Newton county
John H Chisbolm, aest Poita
Stephen D Ieard, August.
Dr. H IH Steiner,
W D Grant, Walton
Rev. W i Cunningham, La Grange
Col, B 0 Locket, Dougherty county
Hlon. Hfersohell V Johnson, Jeffer, on eo.
J It Wilkins, Jefferson county
Jas. C Denhiftn, Put nath county
J Printup. Columbia county
0 M Stokes, Lee county
Rev. T B Wes, Colutmbia county
o A Ntuinally, Walton county
8 W Swanson, Troup county
Thomas Warthen, Washington county
Sterling J Elder, Coweta county
JR Tolbert, 6
Rev. C 8 Gaulden, 13rooks county
J 0 Morton,
Saumuel M Carter, Murray coanty
J R. Stapler, Lowndes count~y
J 14 Montgomery, Fort Lainar
0 W Lewis, Decatur county
J N Hill1, Quitman county
S P Burgett, "
A J White, Macen
A V Brumby, Atlanta
Q R. Nolan, lHepry county
Z Hi Clark. Oglethorpe co uty
H1 F. Woolley, Case cousr t
A mrs, Jones & Reynolds, Ntacon
J B itose & Son,
Warren, Latie, & Co., Augmuste
J T1 Bthmwell,
Derrya & Co.. Ronme
WV .0.& L Lanier, West Point
Iano&arSo, jprings Grove, N. C.
Jondes P Irwin, Charlotte, 14. C.
C',5 3 it Spearmian. Silver Street-, 5. C.
AI W .Bs e*, Orangeburg, 8. Ui
Vol, T J Moorq, ~Drtanburg, ~. C.
Johp R Ca cart, innsborg, B. C.
Th oa olside, Greeoville, S. 0.
Gov. lO U Du Potnt, Quindy,.Pia
Geor.g# W.8got tT T1.eaee, 1
it is Thtortaton, Co~oss River, A1e
A Ai Beall, t tarthage. Ala .
JAuMOC. Slpyd,,Cetsden, Ala
E E l'rola. Duck Hill, Miss
W 'W ,Cdpp, 041lthibue, Missc
Dr. 3 D Mo~onnell, Birownevllle, Mima
V M Shryoek, Winona, Miss .
C1 hanspo~ais, Shuabst. Mise
John S Vinley, Holy Springs, a4s
N athews, 'Mostieilo, 4rth
1fte en '142 1
A WAY Vith 11'OomforablI Trusses.
cftfort, and CUre for the - Rupthred.
Sent post paid oA tedelpt of 10'esnts. Ad.
dress Dr. H..B.- FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington
The Pures eist aw4 MOapest
e SOLD BY ALL GROCERS.
JAENT'! DEAD T1IS
,E1J will pay Agents a Salary of $80 per
wie k and evpenses, or allow, a large
e o;mlln' on, to sell our now and wonderfut
1Uinventions. Addrdes Ml. IVoNSt & CO.,,
n aliall. Mlich.
I)OCKET R-VLE8--Ws' i
.f -hooter. A neat, durable weapoilfour.
f inch barrel. Price $1.50 post.paid. Ad
dresas S. U. Aua-rtN, ELIsie, Mich.
i 11MPLOYMENT.--200 a bnonth with
'A st1ecl Wes. Samniples freo. 8. bt.
oxu & Co , IFrattleboro, Vt.
Agent in overy town in the South and
West for the
ONE DOLLAR HOUSE
in the country, to whotn -we offer the tuost
GOODS SENT C. 0. D.
Send for ciroulars.
S. C. TIIOM1PSON & CO.#
136 Federal St., 14s8afe. 8t.,
Bostona, 1ina. . Chicago, Ill.
This Is no Humbag,
Y sending 85'ets.. with age, height, col.
Bor of eyes atd hair, you will receive,
by return n.ail. a correct picture of your
ruture husband or wife, with name ated
d'-to of marriage, Address W. Fox, P.'O.
Drawer No. 24, FulLoniUle, N. Y.
1)R. WIlTTIER, 9 Wylie St.., PittsbUrgh
Pri., of Union-wide reputation, treats
aill venereai diseases t also, seminal weak.
tiess, imnpoenoy, &o., the result of self.
n11huse. Send 2 stamps for sealed pamphlet,
50 pages. No mat tor wiho failed, sate case
r 3IIE Mariage Ringt-Essays for young
mien. free, in sealed envelopos How.
An) AssootArIoN, Box P,' Philadelphia,
.URIOUS how Strange.-The Married
Ladies Private Companion' contains the
desired inrorniation. Sent free for stamp.
Address Mas. C. JIsNy, HanoverPa.
SYCiHOMANCY, Foscination o1- Soul.
t''harming.-400 pages: cloth. This
wonderful book has full itstrpctiqns to en
abla the reader to fascinnie either sex, or
o any aninal, at will. Mesm'erism, Spritual
ism, aud hundreds of other curious expert
nette. It can be Obtained by sending ad
drtas. with postage, to T. W. EVANs & Co,
No. 41 Sorth Eighth-street, Philadelphia.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
BOOTS, SHOES and HATS
EAST SIDE OP MAIN BTRERT,
f (Opposite Kinard'e,)
C OL UJSBI4, S. C.
f iNCIREA8E--your Crops and Iraprove your
a Lnn d; by -using
Imported by us directft-ontithe. Pheenix 1s
lands, Bouth Paoifle Ocean.
MMIrd PULA1ED WANQ,
oPe ardnt Navn'nnah, Ga., and C;harleston.
8.Cwhich has proved in the soil the
heqt lanture in use7 .Fo~ eal b'
WILCOX, ID &8 0e,
0 IMr3RTERS & &A 4 Z
64'EstBay-St Chrl~toi, 8. 0.
241 Broad Street, AugthstaeGa.
pity &z Coi,As k#4t t 8 ).~~ Ga.
'at the low cep c ann.
1have ohbi ani tT grin n~g dIi
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n a~ti27*$nd JaA ak1UjaleIe