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We t ike the folIlo.ving admirable
, at,"mlnt of tb,! ie,-nliar C ecelI(-tties
of It.' (Germanl t1lilitatry System fromt
at h;' ter (if .Mr. 1Fredlericki KItapp.
dt:1(1d INriin, .\ tgust 1, printed in
the NIti.on of 'loirsday I:st.:
1In re.:!-g tIlhe lrench pae l)'rs, you
vill fi1.1 t! t the h-fceat i.4 at trilbutel
by tlioa: to it I gI.rtater tlnmbe:s of
thE (h-r in l .. I admliii t I at. lucl.s far
we ::ave 1 . ll s'r'11ger on every lihdl
11nd at atn' :iven ip,oint th in th'- .'Iencth.
Il.t l., this fact spicak it thl'ir favor ?
'I'h ir. p,opn:" i'ons Itill out' i Ihout
c:,eId1. They I1:vo ht w) n tthirty
h Vt'l :il1 thirty" eigti I6 1iont-: of
inhabtit;tn;s. whie, on the other r;ide,
the l otth (;(rllu ('olttob-dr:tion has
thirty, lItIvaria tive, WN1:r,'mberg".
l,aienI and1 ( Souhn 111cl"IIo th Iree ar141
a hall---a total oof th,irty-c"ight amd a
hllf llili~ons. The l-'rtenh werl: three
\ aohs AM If w1s 1o:I, , they deelar't-1
war, but the:y di not, Im.oVo: )ol!,nd
the front ieorf the "list hlh.v. Never
thilesi, they con.idered th,'l-elves so
strong, and w(!re r,o sure of the victo
ry, that they tl'glectel the most. or
<iitlmry p reca,attiol;4. Whby, then, were
they beaton ? We (1erl:Iai1 are but
ter org,aniz.d fr a ia, we have a
better and more thoroutgl1 way of do
., things in that line, Ihan Ithl
froneh. 'I'hey are conragents, gal.
[Itnt, and full of spirit, but they do
not care for the dttils of the service;
they labor undl'oer the mlist,,ketn idea
that everything c:ai he donoe and Car.
ried ont by impl etoo.ity and bravery,
The strenllgtll olt olr or-gnizatIIIr
does not lie in the one pi' cent. of tio
lopulation)it which forums tIh1: regullo
army, but in ihle numlber of (hose wh<
haVe servoed their time, and in eare el
war are called, in as r'oseI ve and lawd
wIhIlr. -'very year I1110,0(30 fully drill
ed m1en1 are nuoniere l'nt r,f the ,tatnd
in arly, who, in ca e of war, oe li;
lie to: a-tive duty in the tol for niu
mo re years. TaI'l;, wl:ib: th" staiol
itng arIlly t111onhers only m11 ),1 otln, (Ou
Tumovo and lItndIwt'':I"r 1re ticu,tlt(
stron;'. 'ie'y are Ihe lilwl"r of' th1w
him0i ii --nno yl ung'' tln twvelt
an1 :1 oll h-r hn ih:i:n i ov-t wo. Th0l
It. r ("1h have o noly n II olu Im tlul . 0101 i1
last elloort to iitliot tl he ('Grmnan sy.s.
te. was frust rat ed by th egotiot (o
the, ruolitng;! t'l:I -So;s, wh') d id not fC'I
disposedi to levote Itarl oft their timu''
anti, in -': e of need, their lives, to
the S:!rvl'r. of their 0outnt ry.
When the (Germall troops moved
tow"'rdst the frontior c verything wa.
readly for hattle ; the snm;llest strap of
the knapsack, the las.( button on the
c:('at of the steward, were in their
phac"r:l. 'orierly, tiho normal t it0
for ruohili/ing th oiI li was a f'rt
nl'ght. 1is time to's than a wek
was reqtuired ; in Soie inntances, the
work was done in four dtays. Again,
formerly tlie forw!o'"ding of an tirny
corps by railroad took either Iive, or
at tho utmost eighit day:s, for it was
04n0upposed ithat t railroad coul not
forwardiot tore tihan twenty or twelty
foutr Irains of troops ia (lay. i;lch
it-ly eorpo:t reIiring oe10 ho red
adtl thirty to one hundtred nol lifty
trains, the n hole umher of trains fo'
teu to 01leVen corps toi;i amounted to
rtotl cuileen hu.lreol to ei'chteen
hr.vollredo. We thave' live tr'utk tline.s
ruittming fr'omt en-t. to wett at onr' otis
100)sal, 10l, instoeado ofl toen to eolevent
da.00 it 'or orwar in tg Itoe armyt 0 to ando
100' iomi11 the lhineOt, 01001y ix ohays0'~ w~e
requ toirdoo : ins.teado iof tity, wet had10
fort y tant lilty0 trainos a day03, theo g)v
e 010011 010n 1 (lij?teloiig a ti:oio 10hn)00
e0very lom to -ti mCtitmittes. QOt comointg
frtoomi Cologuelt to hkrin,, I coonted
04is:ty-Itree mitlitaory I itain, each21 iof
whiebt oti ed atboo ml).t one00 thouwindlo
men.'t A btotery'' oft ar'itlery (six
poi 001' 07Ovenloied live to lseven tears.
The10 ser-vice- wos donte witht webtooalrful
pomplo l*it tO le': ott~ :ni exatness. N ot 00re
train : wa:s h.ohbiond timlIl, ando oly i)
who10 were e0xpreosSty d rolled foir thit:
kind ofl r-aiIlrtoad se'ric, entered antd
left thoe ear1' with toas little noise otnd
tt in,. I waXs jtreeno whenoi ihoo Se)ond,ii
itegimen'tt oof the I nardso-x-threeo thoins
iutlo)en-tef. lr th eyit 11''mai:redo
allontg tIle iatf'ormu, and1 'io eneh ca hav-u
ing the numberho'o it coonl hold0 inaiik0d
(ltn10 0tioloo (as, lft' itnstancte, forty3
m01 orl00 si ' hlobrses, &i. ,) theoy we re
A Ite)r toe fir'.t wee(k'0s service, thet
empooloy Coes w~ere so acen:o medolo to theoir
wor-k that thoey dhi,paothdoo tralitns h
withI solditers aOs rapid0ly aVls patssenoge'r
trai ns. oIThe wh ole ond to A roomy (hupsI il
(P t omeran lianst) were senut Ire ot flertitn
to Neuokircen,, near01 Saoarbtrteken, ini
fifty houtrs, (feeditog, dtrutiking 10010
matlrchting inludtOled,) anid arriv'ed toere
pune01 t:olly to then minu00te.
01h0is spoirit of putuali:oity and strict
obedience1( to 1the ordlers tot'is supeCri
ort hals been1 inculented into0 every
PIrusti an iand o Northo German.0 fom h10ois
of the naotiono is prc-emiinet:i ly iita-zl
ry, a nod, whte Lve r had00 e lT'eets it may:
ha:ve itn other'o relto ons ando aot othier
Itimes, ini etmer1genco'ies- likce tho pres(ent
(one it i4 wondeful'iily adOted:Ioo for ear-.
1'Vinlg 01.out:e the moost oditieit mtiti
tary t:os. Th'lese gl.ditica: ('anntot toe
dilledCo imo. a1 manoo itn a Iinlo or to
ye-ar ; thley mu 0st. 1he interwoveno with
wvorok by troad it11 o o aswill as by pre
to nt praoetoice. Itn P'russia theso to'ra
dti onls andto pra'ctitces aro nowy two
hundiotroot years x old.
.13t hi; I.er thuan tis per'sonarl efli.
ciconey I vaolue the lorto neotbot of the
Germ'itan :.trmty. Our1 soldiers'l go to
w~ar to d!e'en toohei r hoear ths and0 hono:cal,
to repel oIn attaock, to settlo ouro rela
t iono to I" anc tt o foully antd thorouigh
13' that0 sloe will 1.Over' again venoturIe
to provioke us. it t 1 ata job, y'ou
canl he'ar everciy 1. 1.d1 w0ehr-in.l say, buot
it mIuhot bo dlotn ; we kntow that w
ruinoo our bUus bant now the tim
fotr defe tting the French once and
forever has meie. There is an eurn
et rt >ignat ion and fii in resolution in
the,e mun which deserves the highest ('I
adinirdtittn from every iupartial ob- tt
serrr. All classes of society are Ito
t.resented in this popular army.
1Sien a New England regiment could o
itt find so tany educatcd iion.
While you had the scholar, profession.
al man, and artist by the dozen, we
have them by the hundi nd in every N
it"giment ; they constitnto in our ar
nis the samte precentage which they
do in c)inimon life. For instance, the
other day, I tead a small pamphlet.
witten by a l'rinsian sergeant on the a
purt he had taken in the Bohemi.n 1.In
war of lm;. T.e t.ight before the o
ittle of Konniggratz he had a dis- a
putte, he say-, with i a comrade. It c
a abo t the "'peripte" of Sophoole'a A
Alntigne, and his friend was just
4?tiing to anstoer hint when the drum tr
Iudienly called the soldiers to arims.
litsy :nn11e tatci ial no havo now-of 5
twur"e not ll so vell educated, but
,n,i ie a virago as good as the best of our
oati(n. Ilatc: ono of these educated L
men is as good as two otlhers.
'hi Culorrd Ctlie Agin. r
'he b peck led Mongolian"' at West S
Point hIs ab :a'osd lying and a1sui- C
t41 a belligerent attitude. Cadet I
Wi1son, of Wyoming, the sinailest
trooly lil boy at the Point, quar.
reled n ith SmtitI at the water cooler, d
ou a point of precedence in drinking.
4mith settled the matter by beating
the Wyoming cub over theohead with
a cocoa nut dipper. Rtesult-a sense
less little lat tanil and an arrosted
mttongrcl. It is under.tood that noth.
ing will be done with Smith beyond a
The sn of a roaring Radical politi
cian of Illinois sits next to Smith at
tabls, bust he does not like the contact. v
-What innstrontiS ingrat itude ! 1
)l four boys speak to the colored
tNnslet" at-tl they are cut by their c.om
1a1 ittn-. Whitt detestable hypocrisy ! v
I bit. t le end is .9 t y"et., as mtiay be c
peirecive I by a perusal of the follow.
Ing paragraph, which we find in the
li 'nri epublican:
"A fter having been one year in the 1
ueadml4y, t he eadets have the privilege n
of giving anld attending the styli.h .'
atnd fa I io table halls which have long
bcen a suoci;al feature of the institu tiot t
ano o' We t Point. No distinction c
i mi:de at these balls, and no cadet is i
debar ed from them ; but the adniis
.n of (C.ect Smith is a horse of an
other citlor ; and although the ques
(ion will not act ually present itself for a
year to come, the stuidents are asking I
thetselves how they are to solve it. -
To exelndo him would be a breach of
tie established etiquette of acade. S
Iny ; and to admit him, with the con. .
comitiant privilege of bringing with
hian hi. colored p rtner to share the uA
lest lvitics tir the weekly balls, would ri
h a eimplete t ecognition of negro
eTiljaity that they art not prepared '
for nor willing to submit to."--4u. do
l'niEI1 Se ti .t-S r.at -A corres
pnndentI .l t- \ Nt V. \Ik Timiles gives
an it e iig . l.. b i I' sketch, of N
the l'rincesit SA I.M-SAI.at. lie says
"Whent I was busily occupied with di
4ther things I saw through the witdow m
th la:rriv'al of ai nIumbIer of' army suir- t
geons anitd Knight s oIf St. John!. On a
Ilonty wats al1o the I'rincess Agnes
aIl m-.SamIt, di res'ned in a gray ridtng. ~
dres's, the white badgo with a red cross
i1n her atrm. Site accomtpanies the eel
brated Dr. lhusch, of 11onn. I wiet
out to greet her, thongh I looked e
more1' ltikel a robber thtan a decont man) ; o
anid several knights and( other stranl. .ai
ger's seemited astoniishted that I ma1do ~
miy waLy thtrongh them. ut they 1'
n re' still more aIstoniisheod when the
l'rinlcess, otn see.in~g me, rushed into ml
myi 4(rms4 and4 k ic.sed me4 i uon my ai
miioth, tl~5CI pentng 44n0 to themi as her Cc
ohi, doar frienid. I kunw her before
she was mtarried, and was thle ontly i:
witneoss at her marriage. Site is a
spilenitdil, onergetic woman, and thte
n-attnerh in whtich she htas beltaved
sinice sh:e was in l'huropte is mtueh ad- I
mired biy every 04no. The old1 King
Williatt antd t he Queen think -very
tuchi of her4, and( tnever 0411it an oppor
tutnity to shoiw it."'
li4;MOs 401n 14:v...-Wihen personsr
are feverish antd thiraty beyontd what
is natuitral, inad icated in somte cases by
a m tetallIIic taste itn the mtoutha, espe.
etaily ater drinkintg water, or by a I.
wvint iah appearancee of thte greater part
of thte surfa'cto of t'ontguie, otne of thteA
'(i0'5oor," intternal or ox tonal, is to
take a lemon, cut off' tho4 top, sprinkle N
over it some1 loaf sugara, working it, S
dlowntward ito thte lemon.witha a spoon,'
and14 then suc(k it slowly, scozinIg tihe I.
letnonI and4 ad(ding more sutgar as thte
tacidity incOreases from-.being broutghtA
up fro a lo epint. Invalids with
feverishinen muay take two or three Ci
I emons4) a daty in thtis inanner, with the nl(
mtot't marh kod benefit, matnifosted by a int
senlso ofC coolnhes.s, comfor't anid invigo
ration. A lemou or two thus takoni
at "'tea.time),"' as anl entire substitute 4
filr the ord inary "'suppcr" of .su:4mer 'rI
woud ive man a cotnfot'tablo night's to
sleep'1, anid on awvakinlg (after rest, anN
invtigoration, witht appetite for break-N
fatit to which they aire stramngers who
will have their cup of tea for supper, el
or "irelish" amnd cake and berries or -
peachos ant(d creanm.--1)r. 11all.
Crawrci.-Secretatry Cardozo need o
nt be0 141b4rmtedl. Before elect iont day we
will pri'tt "facts and "figuares" enough to
sal ihy the people in) regaprd to thte con
nwection of the, Secretary of Sa ate with
he btnils in Georgetown. aind Onl John's
I oland4(, soldl to th State at his solicitIa.
4tonh. Onie pomttu is lreatdy established. c(
A'lr. Car'd)ozo dos ot' denj 1(1) his comnplici.
t v itn these gnsat ionable t ransact ions.
Nor doLs lhe condelsenId to explain hisi
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GRtEAT GERMAM BITTERS
Is composedl of the purest alcohohto es.
ence of Germany's favorate bevernge, imn
regnated wimlh the juices and extracts o1
ure he, ha, roots and barks;: all of whichb
>mabinedh make it one of the best and surest
reparat ions for the eutre of
ysprpsla, Loss or Tone in the Ktomach
and Digestive Organs, Nervona lie
bility, Langour, Constipation,
Liver Comnpint, Ccntial
--AND An A
'reventive for Chills and Fever
Malarious Diseases Generally,
Will find LI!PPMAN'S O REAT GERMAN
I l'TERI'8 the beet tonic known for the di.
uses to which they are generally subject,
id wher, a gentle remuedy is recommend.
SAVANAan, March 16, 1870.
lesa. Jacob Lippman & Bro., Savannah,
Gens-i have berore me youar esteemed
ter of the 14tha inst., containing various
ncuments relativo to youtr "German Blit.
rs." After a ca: eftul examination I must
mtfess that. your Bitters is really what
nu represent thema to be, en old German
cipe of Dr. Mitcherlich, of Berlin, Pruts.
it It will no doubt be excellent for dys.
pDa, general dlebility and nervous disens.
, nnu is a good preventatiue of chills and
ver. I fiand it to-be a most delight ful antd
I r'emain, yours truly,
(Signed) Av,o. P' Waryan.
Ktnuxt.ANIn MIL.., G A, March 22, 1870.
esa. Jacob Llppman & BIro , Druggists
Savannah, Ga :
Gentlem,ent-I have inatroduoced your Great
erman Bitters here to my customers and
lends, and find better sale for it than any
have ever kept before, those who have
led It approve of It very highly, and I do
>t hesitate in saying that it is far superior
valute to any other Bitters now in use,
(Signed) W. KthLaurAx.
Depot in Winnebord,
Wholesale Agents for South Carolina.
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
lIEENR B ISCHIOFF' & 00,
CLAS81U8 & WITTI
89EFPERS, WERNEk & DUCIER,
Naw YotR, August 15th, 1868.
Allow me to call your attention to my
Preparation of Compound Extract
The component parts are BUCiIU, LONG
LEAF, CUB1EIS, JUNIPER itERRiE:.
3looR nr l'RPAnATItoN.-lluchu, in va
cuo. .uniper Berries, by distillation, to
form a fine gin. Cubehs extracted by dis
placemuent with spirits ot.ltaned fron .uni
per IBerries; very li'ile sugar is used. and
a small proportion of spirit. It it more
palatable than any now in use.
Buclhu. as prepared by Druggists, is of a
dark color. It is a plant that et,its it:
fragrance; the action of a flame destrays
this (its narivo principle), leaving a dark
and glutinous decoction. Mine Is the color
of ingredients. The Buchu in my prepara.
tion predominates; the smnallest quantity of
the other ingredients are added, to prevent
eMiaaitiuu, upon inspection, it will be
found not to be a Tincture, as made in
1'harmncopooa, nor is it a Syrup-and
therefore can be used in oses where fever
or inflammation exist. In this, you have
the knowledge of the ingredients and the
mode of prep bration.
Hoping that you will favor it with a tri
al, and that upon inspection it will meet
with your approbation,
With a feeling of confidence.
I am, very respect fully,
H. T. IIELNI BOLD,
Chemist and Druggist,
of 16 Yeare' Experience.
[From the Largest Manufacturing Ohem
ists in the World.]
- Novannsn, 4, 1854.
"I am acquainted with iMr. 1i. T. Iirt.M.
BOLn ; he occupied the Drug Store opposite
my residence. and was successful in con.
ducting tho husiness where others had not
teen equally so before him. I have been
favorably impressed with his charoter and
WI.f.IA I WRIGI3IT\1AN,
Firm of Powers & ut eight man,
. Manufacturing Chendait,
Ninth and Brown streets, Philadelphia.
Hlelmbold's Fluid Extract Buchu
la the great specific for UniversalLassitude,
The consiutg ion, once affected with Or
ganic Weakness, requires Ihe nid of Mledi
cine to strengthen and invigorate the sys.
tern, which il~I,LlOLD'S EXTRACT IBU.
C H1U invariably does, if no treanment is
submitted to, Consumption or insanity o&a
Hlelmbold's Fluid Extract of Bun
in affections peculiar to Females' isa on
equalled tby any other preparation, as int
Chlorosis, or lietention, P'ninfullness, or
Suppression of Customary Evacuntions,
Ulcerated or Scharrus State of the Uterus,
andl all complaints incident to the sex, or
the decline or change of' lIfe.
Ileimlbold's Fluid Extract Inchu anti
Improved Roso Woshi
Will radically externinate from the system
diseases arising from habits of dissipation,
at little expense, liti le or no change in diid,
no. inconvenience or exposure: comapletely
supereding those unpleasant andI danger
o us remiedies, Copaiva and Me.rcury, in all
these disease a.
Use Hlelmibold's Fluid Extract Ru
In all diseases of these organs, whether
existing in nmale or female, from whatever
catiso originating, and ino matter of how
long standing. It is pleasant, in laste and
odor, 'imimediate" In action, and nmore
strengthening thtan ay of the preparations
of Bark or Iron.
Those suffering from broken-down or
delicate constituations, procure thte remedy
The reader muast be aware that, htowever
slight may be thte attack of the above dlis
eases, i is certain to affect the bodily healhh
and mental powers.
All the above diseases require the aid of
a Diuretie. IIE LM BOLD'S EXTR ACT BU.
CH1(U is the great Diuretic.
Sold by Druggists everywhere. ParCK
$1 25 per bot tle, or 6 bottles for $6.60.
Delivered to any address. Describe syrap.
touts in all comnmunications.
U. T. IHELMBOLD,
Drug and Chtemical Warehouse,
694 Broadway, New York.
None are Oeuunine
Unless done utp in eteel-engraved wrapper,
wihn fao simile of my Chemical Warehouse,
f. T, H ELIBOID.
The "CAROLINA FERTILIZER," is r
and is pronounced by various chemists, one
Peruvian Guano in its Fertilizing Propertiei
inct land and sea auin ala, and pos.esa qual
it. We annex the analysis of Professor SI
"LABORATORY OF TiE \IlEI
Analysis of a sample of Carolina Ferlihs
Moisture expelled at 2120 F,
Organic Matter, with some water of ecmubit
Phoeporic Aeid-Seluble, 6.96 ]
Insoluble, 0.17 1
Sulphurio Ac'd, 11.01 Yi
Sulphate of Potash,
Sulphate of Soda,
On the strengths of these results I am gl
We w%ill furnish this excellent PER 7'ILI
I'l lRRiKAT ,1 iit.na I:411-i
RESTORER, purifies the blood
and cures Sorofula, Syphilis, Skin Dis
eases, Rlcumiatism, Diseases, of Wo
,uen, and till Chionic Affections of the
lllood, Liver and Kidneys. Itecom
men-led by the Medical Faculty and
mainy thousands of cur best citizens.
tenl thetestimony of l'hyt*icians and
patients who have used losadalis; send
ror our Rtosadalis Guide to Ileal I Book
or Almanas for this year, which we
publish for grat uitous dist ribut ion ; it
will give you ms icl valuable informa
Dr. R. W. Carr, of Baltimore, sate
I take pleasure in reconmending your
tosadalis as a very powerful ali.rative.
I have seen it used in two ca-,s with
happy results-one in a case of second.
,try a0yplitis, in which the patient pro.
D nounced htinself cured after having
taken five bottles of your medicine.
iThe other i- a case of scrofula of long
<tanting, which is rapidly improving
uuder its use, and the indications are
Iliat t lie patient will soon recover. I
Ihave carefully examineJ the formula
1ny which vour liosadalis is made, and
'ind it and excellent compound of alter
Dr. Sparks, of Nicholasville, Ky.,
Isays lhe has use,d Rosadalis in cases of
Scrofula and Secondary Syphilis with
sattisfactory results--as a cleanser of
tile Blood I know no better remedy.
I Samuel (.. M~cF'adden,Murfreesboro,'
I have usedi seven bottles of Rosadal.
is n meniirely cured, of Rheuma
for my bro.her, who has scrofulous sore
I Ienjanmin llechtr.l, of Lima, Ohio.
writes. I have suffered for twent.y years
with .n inveterate erutption over my
whole body ; a shtort ltme since I pur.
ch,ased a bottle of Rosadali, aud it ef
Fected a perfect cure.
Rtosnldalis is sohil by all druggists.
SLaboratory, 01 Exchange Place, Bni
timnore. lDas. CLEMLNTS & CO.,
may 19-ly Proprietors.
Latest Quotatlins of
CilAR LESTON, S. C.,
Oorreoted Weekly by A. 0, XAUJFMAN,
.idroker, No. 25 Broad St,
September 2, 1870.
STar SECUt'lrrEs--Southt Carolina, old
90; (do, ew.-@8S0 (1o, registered
stock, ex int--@~80
Rtalt.neAn S'foCKs-Charlotte, Columbia
nnd Augusta,---@i45: Or emnville and Co
lumbia, 2; Northeastern, 9@; Sa-.
vananaha and Ch arlest on, 86; .'out h Carolina,
(wholo shares) 46; do, (half do) 22.
soUH tAntoLlNA BANK BILLS.
*Bansk of C'harlesto , ..
*llank of Newberry, .- --
Ba nk of Camden, 5 .
Bank of Georgetown, .-7(a..
Bank of South Carolina, 18 a -
hank of Chester, 8a --
Bank of h amburg, 1@
Bank of S:at e of S. C. prior to 1861, 06@
Bank of State of 8. C. issue 1801
andl 1802, 42@
*P'lanters' and Mechanics' Bank
*People's hank of Charleston, -?....
*Union Bank of Charleston,.- -
Southwestern R R Bank, Charles.
ton, (old)- -
Souith western R R Bank, Charles
State Bank of Charleston,8a
Farmers' and Exchange Bank of
Exchange Bank of Colutmbi,, - a 36
Dommere,al Bank of Columbia, 6a
%!erchant.'s Bank of CTheraw, 5a --
Planters' Bank of Fairfield, 4 ...
stato of H. C. Bills Receivable, '' par
3lty of Char loston Change Blills, par
*ll,lls marked thus (*) are beIng redeem
td at the flank Counters of each.
The Last Sensation I
UST received a fresh supply of Fin.
PDurhiam Smoking Tobacco, Cannec
)ysters, Shrimps, Pickles, 8tarch, Coffe,
hagar, Lard, Cases, Table Salt, Flour, Soap,
"iverpool Salt, Cheese, Candles, Shoes,
,rockery, Tiniware, lolar,ses, St ationary,
fardware, Dry Goeds, &e , which we offer
ew for 'ash, Al M~iNTyfg & CO.
Mile fronm the Phosphates of South Carolina
of the beet Manures known, only inferior to
. These Phosphates are the remains of ex
ities of the greatest value to the agrioultur
ICAL COLLEGE OF SOUTh CAROLINA.
r, persoully selected.
atiom expelled at a low red heat, 16.60
quiralent to 11.27 Solubl Phosphate of Lirn
luivaleut to 13.48 Inusoluble (b ,ne).
24.73 Phosphate of Lime.
luivalent to 23.65 Sulphate of Lime.
d to certify to the superiority of the Careti
C. U. SitEPA1ID, Jr.
'ER to Planters and others at $00 per ton of
OEO. W. WILLIAMS'& CO..
ggIUR R tp
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