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Thf Poor M ?.?'a Jtwris.
BY MES. DENISON..
iiv homo is a poor one
To all who pas? it by;
Th ev eannot Ma its beauty;
And neither, faith, can I
That ia, iu paint or timber,
I? doof-way or in roof
Dat that it bas ito beauties
TR quickly give ye proof.
Cowa hither, young onus, hithar.
Your father's steps axe near- -
That's Best, with hair io yellow;
That's Ruo, with eyes so ?lear;
That's Will, with tawny trowsora
Tucked in his stocking leg;
And yonder two wee darlings
Are bonny Joan and Mcgg.
A ?raster of fair jewels,
Tiro in the rugged set;
If any man has brighter,
-I have to learn it yet.
And, Tom, when I am swinging
These arms with weary strain.
Their blessed faces cheer mc,
And make me strong again.
Tsometimes sit and wonder
"What w?l their future bel"
If they must delve and patter
A treadmill round like me!
And scarcely, at tho year's end,
Have half a groat to spare!
And see bad men put over them,
'Twill be too hard to bear.
Bat then, I think, as nations
Bise in the scale of might,
Qod puts thc poor man forward,
And gi voa bim power and light ;
AjSdleatt?iwrTem, will do it -
And Christian truth will show
That Heaven makes no distinction
Between the high and low.
80, thOHgh my home's a poor one,
To all who pass it by,
And none can see its beauty
Save mother, Qod and I,
The future may be grander
For some great glory won -
Home gem set in the ages
By e en a poor man's son.
B - o -a-t-o-n.
"Brick Pomeroy" has been to ]
Boston and thus gives his impression ?
of the "hub:"
Boston is the cradle of Lib! Tho
place near -where Mr. Warren fell Rud
nutt himself. The place where Wen?
dell Phillips, the "silver tongued"
(what a gag) orator doth abide. It
is the hub of the universe and t he
dwelling place of the big organ.
Boston thinks she is the largest place
in this world or the nert. Boston is
a very complacent burg-near by is
the home of Boston's pet, the silver?
ware stealing Ben. We rather like
Boston, for there is no village like
unto it from the fiddling of Nero to
the Revelation of St. John, N. B.
Half way between Providence and
Boston-for Boston is a long ways
from Providence-as we were riding
in a cart, a still small voice, like the j
whistle of an engine, broke upon the
air. A gentleman in the seat with
us uncovered his bald head, and with
A smile bade us listen!
"What's that?" said we.
"The big organ in Boston," said
he, with a funeralic wag of his head.
"The devil!" said we.
"Thou shalt not profane!" said tho
spokesman from the hub.
"Hast been to Boston?" asked he
of the silver-tongue.
"We hast notiat," replied we, then
there to him.
He looked-"poor heathen!" He
said we must visit the Cradle of
Liberty. We asked him if Fred.
Douglass and Anna Dickinson had
engaged that cradle yet? He didn't
see it. He said we must visit Fanuell
Hall. Wo asked him what nigger
troupe was performing there now?
He looked bewildered. Then ho
said we must see where Warren fell.
We asked him if Warren ever got
over it-the place where lie fell. He
appeared demoralized. He said we
must hear the big organ before we
We went to hear the big orgau. It
is held in several buildings. It. is
one size larger than Boston.
Boston is the hub around which
the organ revolves.
The organ is a revolver.
Like the organ, this is a big play
People in New York and Buffalo
hear the moan of the sea. The moan
is the big organ.
It is used in Mass!
It has a sort of h>wj island sound!
Boston people go to Heaven
through the big organ.
That is when the nigger is out so
they cannot go through him.
There are but few gambling houses
in Boston. No such fellows are
11 rou nd that hub.
They don't play "straits" in Bos?
ton. Not in the streets.
Harvard College is just beyond
reach of the big organ.
Cambridge University is always in
session. It is a law school. Tho
?leading is done at the bar of tho
The studies at Cambridge are said
to be very dry. Tho studies affect
the pupils. Pleading at the bar
affects them likewise-or more liku
No ono ever gets lost in Boston.
The ~ity is so well organized. Like
the big organ, Boston has numerous
stops! Some of tho streets are near?
ly as long as a fish-pole. But not so
long as Polk's message. If a man
don't like one street in Boston, it is
easy to get on another one.
After four days' trial wo could go
from the Parker House to the City
Hall without getting lost! This is a
fact! And in fivo days we learned
the route from Scollay's Building to
Engine House No. 4.
The business blocks in Boston aro
in shape like Norwegian shoes.
The s tree Ls tu ju??ioii ?T? like liop
poles struck b%lightmng. Some of
them are so wide timt a cow could 1>e
milked in thom by turning her on
her baok and sitting astride her bris?
Small horses aro driven abreast
large horses tandem-iu^ Boston.
The fat woman was exhibited there
once-in the big organ. Boston
streets are not as crooked as they
might be. The sun bas warped thorn
straight. Tory clean in Boston. If
a lady drops a pin from her clothes
policeman makes her pick it up. If
a mau shoots an apple need out of a
grocery he is fined. Boston is very
neat-especially near the big organ
and Cradle of Liberty. If a man
drops a remark ho is made to pick it
up. And Boston people aro so1
modest. They underrate themselves
The streets of Boston must have
been'thrown in at the time of some
big fire. They are so regular. If
you would find any place, start in nu
opposito direction- If you see a
policeman coming toward you he is
goiug the other way. If ho rnns
j from you he'll be where you are in no
?time. Up hill is down, and "over!
j there" is "back here."
One day wc started from the offieo j
of thc Boston Post to the Boston !
Post Office, seventy feet distant, j
We walked straight ahead-went :
around seven blocks, saw a policeman
standing in a doorway on euch
block-asked each one the route to
tho post office. Saw the eighth po?
liceman-asked him politely. Said
he: "Look here, this is the eighth
time you've asked mo that question
move on, or up you go."
Thought the policemen must be
brothers-they looked so much alike!
Rather than to go arouud the block
again we went 'tother way, began to
uuwiud, and got into tho post office
by mistake. The front of thc build?
ing is inside-iu the courts.
! Except thc big organ and thc j
Ben. Butler spoke wbile we were
there on the restoration policy.
Wcut to this meeting expecting to
see him giving back silverware and
other valuables. Was mistaken.
That kimi of restoration was not
House rents are cheap in Boston.
Moving is cheaper than house rent.
It's all owing to the hub-the big
organ and thc cradle.
There is no drinking in Boston, j
No peculiar female characters. What
is common is not peculiar.
New Bedford is to be moved into
Boston soon. By legislative enact?
ment tho mumps are to be confined
to Democrats, thc cholera is to
trouble on\y foreigners; the chicken
pox is to be confined to old hens;
niggers are to have straight hair to
disgrace them, and the whites are t<? ?
have curly wool on their cranium.'; to ]
make them popular hi Bostou. Not i
forgetting the big orguu and the |
eradlo of liberty!
New York is in the watch fob, the
South is in tho breeches pocket, and
the West buttons on tho toil of the
coat of Boston.
The sun rises iu Boston-the final
conflagration of mundane things will
begin in Bostou, on account of the
big organ and the cradle. Boston
' would have been laid out more regu?
larly if the dogs of olden times hud
been pointers or tho cows had walked
in more direct paths. Therefore we
see many calves in Boston. So
much for tilting hoops,
j A good place to move from if '?
j moves early.
j From the eradle to the big organ.
* BRICK POMEROY.
SHOCKING.-Mrs. Anna Cora
! Ritchie, in a letter dated London,
j Juno 15, writes:
I Biche au Hoist, which drew
such crowds to wonder over the
scarcely draped nature of beautiful
womanhood, has been surpassed by :i
novel production at tho Theatre di;
Chalet, entitled Cendriliion, It is
said that this fairy piece far exceeds
in richness, originality and boldness
of execution, everything previously
produced on the French stage. The
I magnificent ballet consists ol' sixty
j danseuses, modestly dressed in rock
! crystal. Of course, the Americans
; who throng Puris will rush to soe
Cendrillion, as they did to behold Ln
Biche au Bois, and probably ninny of
them will say, sus a propriety loving
I friend of onrs did of the latter, *Na
i turally, 1 could not miss seeing any
i thing so wonderfully beautifully-it
i didn't harm me-3*et I couldn't run
I scientiously recommend any one else
j to go; the whole affair, you see, is
j undressed, and I was shocked!' For
j which reason every one who hoard
j the speech made n point of going -to
j be shocked!"
FIRE & BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
rpiIK undersigned nave been appointed
I agents for those superior SAFES.
These S^fes aro made with three flanee?
all other safes have but two. They have
Powder Proof bocks, and tho locks and
bolts aro protected with plates of hardened
steel, which is the only protection against
tlie burglars'drill and the insertion of pow?
der. Also, warranted free from dampness.
While these Sales have no superior in
j quality, they are furnished ut moderate
j prices-at least 2.") to 'S-i\ per cent, less than
Herring's and other makers, while the
, quality cannot bc surpassed.
A sample Safe can bo seen at our -store,
I and orders will be taken at New York
i prices, with expenses of transportation
i added, and no charge for forwarding in
j Charleston. J. .V T. lt. AGNEW.
! June 29
I Old Newspapers for Sale,
BY the hundred or thousand, at
March 2 PIKEN EX OFFICE.
Freight Rates via Charleston, 8. 0.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. C., Juno 23, 1866.
ri TH E attention ol' shipjxira of Mcrchau
JL diz? and Produce is invited to the Tariff
below. It is believed to be, and is intend- i
ed to be, at least aa low as that of any route i
to tho sea. And ao far aa it is in the power
of the South Carolina Railroad to accom?
plish it, the old patrons of the Charleston
route ar?> assured of rates always as favor?
able as may bo offered elsewhere.
An extraordinary impression is under- !
stood to have existed, aud to some extent
may yet exist, that an unwillingness lo
unite in the formation of a low Through
Freight Tariff to points of completion on
the Charlotte Railroad has been exhibited
by tho South Carolina Railroad Company:
in fact, that propositions to that emt had
been made and refused by it. lt is proper
here to state, distinctly and emphatically,
that such impressions are utterly without !
foundation. Thc policy of tho Company j
is now, as it always bas been, never th
allow a lower rate at a competing point;
and its practice is, as it has always been,
to allow tlic road nearest the competing
point to make the rate necessary to give
its patrons all the advantages promised
elsewhere. In conformity with this prac?
tico, tho Charlotte and South Carolina
Railroad bas been, and now is, fully autho?
rized to establish any rato to thc sea at
Charleston it sees lit, and the South Caro?
lina Railroad will accept its proposition of
Tuc notice of shippers is further askedT
to tho re-establishment of the Company's
Receiving and Forwarding O IB ce. whereby
freights to and from thc. sea are received
and promptly forwarded free of commis?
sion. NV. J. MAGRATH, President.
H. T. PEAKE, Gen'l Snp't.
Tari?F of Rates ISebccen Charlotte and
Charleston, S. C.
c. & s. c. H. H., s. <'. H. It.
lin miles. 130 miles.
1st class per 100 lbs .. .65 cents. 65 cents.
2d " '* " '._50 " 50
:id ,; " " "_40 " 4o
Grain per bushel.12 " 12
Flour per barrel.7"> " 75
Cotton per bale from Columbia to New
York, *f>. July 18 3
General Superintendent's Office,
CHARLOTTE A. S.e. RAILROAD,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Juno U. I86G.
ON and after TUESDAY. 10th instant,
THROUGH PASSENGER TRAINS,
making close connections, will bc ruo over
this road as follows:
Leave Columbia Junction at_4.o5 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte at.11.15 "
Leave Charlotte at.12.15 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia Junction at.. <>.55 "
July lo JAS. ANDERSON, Snp't.
Schedule over South Carolina R R.
GENERAL S?PTS OFFICE,
CHAULKSTOS, JU IV 7, lsCG.
ON and after TUESDAY, July 10, ISCii,
the Passenger Trains \s ill leave ami
arrive as follows, viz:
Leave Columbia at .ti.50 a. m. j
Aniv. in Charleston ?it .LOO p. m.
Leave Charleston at.7.30 a. m. |
Arrive in Columbia at.4.40 p. m.
ll EN RY T. PEAKE, !
July s General Superintendent.
South Carolina Railroad Company, i
j RECEIVING AND FORWRD'G DEP'T, |
I CflAUT.ESTON, June 25, lHGtk j
rpHE South Carolina Railroad Company
X having re-established ita Receiving !
and Forwarding Office, Merchandize and i
Produce consigned to its Agent, from the
interior to Northern ports and from North
': ern ports to thc interior, will bc cared for |
and shipped to the point of destination.
i Consignments to be forwarded by sea
must always bo accompanied by bills of |
\ lading anti letter of advice, with instruc
I tions to insure, if desired.
.hine 2s K. N. FULLER, P.. .V I'. Ag't.
Notice to Shipiiers.
.. . - s. ?-; . ? f.,.
g?S V? SS& ^-!:?r *&&~2BiS
rpiIE Cliarloitc and South Carolina Rail
? _L road are prepared to give through rc
! eeipts to New iork, tia Portsmouth, <>n
. cotton, at six dollars per bale. This rate
includes all charges <o thc point of destin?
ation. JAMES ANDERSON,
June ll Superintendent.
I NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHANGE (JF TIMI-: :
ON and after SUNDAY, June 10, liWit,
trams will i un as follows:
Leave Charlotte at 11.15 p. in. and 4.30
The 11.15 p. m. train makes tp?ek con?
nections with trams for tho North at Ra?
leigh, and is tilt
QUICKEST AND MOST COM?
FORTABLE ROUTE TO ALL
POIN TS NORTH AND
W E S T FROM VA)
LU M BIA ! !
THROUGH TICKETS can bc had at
Charlotte to all the Northern cities.
June o F.ngiticer and Super't.
GREAT THROUGH ROUTE NORTH!
Via Richmond and Danville Rail?
road, from Greensboro, N. C.. via
Danville and Richmond, Va., to
Washington, Baltimore, Philadel?
phia ana New York.
ri'tHE traveling public are informed that
jt this linois now fully open, by thc com?
pletion < f the Charlotte and South Caroli?
na Railroad between Columbia and Char?
lotte, e.?" Tn ROUGH TICKETS can be
purchased at tho 'ticket Omeo of the Char?
lotte anti Smith Carolina Railroad, at Co?
Sup't Richmond and Danville Railroad.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GEN'L SUPERINTENDTS OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, May 26, ison.
ON and after MONDAY next. 28th inst.,
the Passenger Trains will run daily
(Sundays excepted) until further notice, as
Leave Columbia at . 7.00 a. m.
'. Alston at.9.43 "
i " Newberry at.11.35 "
, Arrive, at Abbeville at . 4.00 p. m.
" at Anderson at.7.10 "
" at Greenville at. S.10 "
I Leave Greenville nt . 5.55 a. tn.
" Anderson at.6.55 "
" Abbeville at. 9.20 "
" Newberry ut.2.-15... m.
Arrive at Alston at. 1.2 ' "
" at Columbia at. 7.11 "
J. D. LASSALLE,
May 27 General Superintendent.
nix hm UFE
book, Job and Newspaper
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor.
THE DAILY PHOENIX
\f published i'vi rv morning, except Mon?
day, and contain* tin- LATEST NEWS, by
telegraph and mails, up to ibo hour ot
going to press; Editorials,Correspondence
from different points. Miscellaneous Head?
ing. Tales. Poet rv. Sketches, etc., etc., etc.
In the QUANTITY and QUALITY of its
HEADEN'.; MA Ti Eli :s not to be excelled
by any paper in South ('andina. ADVER?
TISEMENTS inserted on favorable terms.
nu; TH RIKI;
Contains, in every number, th?' reading
matter (embracing the latest news) of
TWO ISSUES ..r the .tuily. It i? published
every Tuesday. Tlrur.jday and Saturday
ts published every Wednesday moruin
lt is the desire, and will bi; the object ot
tie- Proprietor, t<> mnke this equal tn, it
not the be*t, FAMILY NEWSPAPER m
tin- South.' In ho t, as its mime indi, af ^,
A. Home Companion.
ile.siibs (be collection of the cream nf
I tin' news el' th.' week. Political, Eiiianeial
and ile- Markets, it will contain a large
amount ot LITERARY MATTER, such us
I choice Tyles, sketches and Poetry, lt
will embrace EIGHT PAGES, containing
FORTY-EIGHT COLUMNS, is printed ina
form to hind, and ihn.-, seen rus a faithful
I record and history of passing events.
Our JOB OFFICE is fullv supplied with
jail kinds of WOOD and FANCY TYPE,
I CARDS, PAPER, COLORED INK, ETC.,
j ETC.. and we are fully prepared to execute
promptly, and at moderato prices, all
ord? rs for
HAN DUI LES, POSTERS,
I! LA NHS, ETC
roi. , -Min A., June 2, 18?0.
FOR tbe information of persona who
may be ignorant of tho law? of tho I
city, and lo provont any further violation
Of said laws herein mentioned, the follow?
ing Ordinances are republished:
6 Se it ardabunt. That it shall not bc- law?
ful lo drive auy wagon, cart or other car?
riage, or ride or lead any horse across or
upon any open brick drain, within th? cor?
porate li tai I? of the city of CoHuii bi?, ex?
cept al tlie bridged or other places pro?
vided hu crossing said di ai ii*, under a
penalty n?it exceeding twenty dollars for
each and ev? ry offence."
"Heit ftirlhi'r ord-iiiifL, That it shall not
bc lawful b> <iriv? any wagon or other car?
riage, or ride or lead any horse or mule, <tr
.slitterthem to stand upon any pavement,
except in case-* of absolute necessity; and
any pcreon offending herein, shall b<- sub?
ject to a fine of not less thanone, nor more
than fifty dollars."
, June ft THEO. STARK, Mayor.
TBIWEEKLY HACK LISE
Between Laurens and Newberry.
ON and after MONDAY,
.- . ^tho 18th instant, th?- HACK
?jfif-rL-^'? "V will connect with tho up
traiu on the Orcenvillo ann
Columbia Railroad on TUESDAYS,
THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS: with the
down bain, on MONDAYS, WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAYS.
Tims passenger* can bc carried through
from Columbia to Eaurens in ONE DAY
arriving nt I.aureus by ".( o'clock the same
day they leave Columbia. Passengers can
leave Laurens at ? o'clock a. m. and arrive
at Columbia same ?lay at 7 o'clock. I
Every comfort is afforded passengers
which could he expected un a st age line.
T. ii. CREWS.
Laurens, June IC, IS?;?;. Juni. 20
Grain Cradles, Grain Fans, &c.
At the Sion of the Gotilen rad-Lock.
AFULL pnpply of O RAIN CRADLES, j
(train Fans," Scythe blade?, Scythe
Stone.-*. h'?Ti Wire, Riddles, A e., in store
and for sale low for Cash.
Mw 2? .IO!IS C. DIAL
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
Fare Reduced to $25.
Lrt/rinf/ ruch Port tteery AUartifitf.
STKAMSH?P FLA MUK Af.
<'.\IT. G. M. WAI.KKII.
Curr. C. P. MARKSMAN.
milESE si KAMSIill-S, ..lin ing ,-v, ry
M. inducement to SHIPPERS and the
TilAVELING PUBLIC, having superior j
accommodations for Passengers, with
tallies supplied hy every luxury the New
York and Charleston markets can afford;
ami. S >r safety, soi i d and comfort, are uh- |
rivalled -.ii the coast.
M O N E K A .
CAITAIN C. P. M.Vl'.SUMA.N,
.ft TILE LEAVE NORTH ATI .ANTIC
YV WHARE, on THURSDAY, Julv 2C,
1??, al - o'clock.
Liheral advanees made on cousigtmii nts
to N.-w York.
Por Freight or Passage applv at the
Agent?. WILLIS A CHlSOLM,
.1-.ily-2.1 North Atlantic \\ hal f.
COHEN, HANCKEL & CO.,
Factors and ComniissioB Merchants,
,lio. 46 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
1 JACOB COU EX. e. F. HANCKEL. JOS. COHEN.
"ITTII.I. s. ll COTTON. KIOK, TOBACCO.
VT Naval Stores and all description!) ol
I'rodiicc or Mer<-handi/.e. Will ship to
Northern and Foreign Ports, Ac. Will
make liheral advances on Consignment!) for
Agriculture & Commerce,
'uo|ij|[oj| pun djniBJDiiq
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THIS POPULAR and well known
HOTEL has been NEWEY FUR
. NTSIlED throughout hy the present
proprietor, who has been sixteen years
connected with the establishment.
H. WHITE, Proprietor.
CiKone.K (r. MlXF.ll, Superintendent.
?'ii.\s. A. Mn.i.i.u, Cashier. March 27
ISTew York Advertisements.
AW ES TEME !
Some Soaps bnrn your fingers,
Some your clothing, and
All melt like dew before a July sun.
77<e Sacou de 'fi rye Co.'s J?ark Brown
WON'T DO EITHER!
On the contrary, it is
Pleasant to the hands.
Ibu nih ss to your clothing, and
.STANDS LIKE A STONEWALL"
ri^H IS article is made from a natur.il pro
1 duet, and is In every way superior to
the ordinary Family Soaps. Resides its
superior cleansing qualities, :t softens
goods and brightens colors without injury
to either. One pound ( .pial to one and a
half of ordinary soap. A saving of 50 per
cent. Send for circulars. St>td Inj thetrade
qeneraUy. ar PRINCIPAL OFFICE, 32
VESEY STREET, NEW YoRK.
M. B. STAFFORD, President.
Julv s mw3mo
New York Advertisements.
STENHOUSE & MACAULAY,
- COMMISSION MERCHANT?,
ITT OK th? salo of COTTON; COTTON
' YARKU, SHEETINGS, Naval Stores,
Ac., and for tho purchase ol Merchandize
generally, CC 1'tarl Street, Kew York.
Cons.gnments to us from every point in
the South fully protected by insurance as
.OOH aa shipped. July 14 Iv
J- K. STENHOUSE. ALLAN MACAULAY.
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES!
SOUTHERN SECURITIES ?
Bought and sold on commission by
LAWRENCE BROTHERS & (JO.,
A'Cv. IC WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
MONEY received on deposit from banka,
bankers, merchants and others. Or?
ders in Gold, Government and other Secu?
rities executed at the regular Stock Ex?
change by a member of the finn. Cou sign -
monts of Cotton Bobcited. April 8
DEWITT C. LAWRENCE. Jons R. CECTJL.
CYRUS J. LAWRENCE. WM. A. HALSTEU.
AGENTS WANTED to sell our new
series of Card Photographs of PRO?
MINENT MEN of the South. 100,000 have
already been sold. Agents are making $10
per day. Send for lcttejr of agency. En?
close $5, atid we will send a good assort?
ment, bv return mail, that will soil for $15.
Address .IONES St CLARK, Publishes.
April 4 tm Nassau street, New York.
JAMES CONNER'S SONS _
UNITED STATES TYPE FOUNDRY
NOS. 2S, 80 and 32 Centre a treet,( corner
ol Reade street,) New York. The type
on which thia paper is printed is from tho
above Foundry. Nov 18
Comer Broome Street atul Boirery, JV. Y.
THLS house, capable of accommodating
three hundred guests and kept on thu
European plan, is centrally located, and
near to all points. City cars pass tho
Hotel to all the Ferries, Railroad Depots
and places of Amusement every three
minutes. Single Rooms. $1.00' per day;
double, $2.00. J. F. DARROW A CO.,
Jan ?4 ly Propiietora.
?z 1L2?IX<\ <3E- ? * = ? Sf? S ~ c Wy:
j An Old Song Set to a New Tune.
"As Spring approaches,
Ants and Roaches
From their holes corne ont;
And Mice and Bats,
In apile of cats,
daily skip altont."
"Costar s" Rat, Roach, &c., Exter's,
Is apaste-used for Hals, Mire, Hooches,
Black and Red Ants, d.c.., &c.
"Costar s" Bed-bug Exterminator
Is a liquid or wash- -used to destroy, and
also as a preventive for Bed-hugs, <tc.
"Costars" Electric Powder for Ins'ts
Is for Moths, Mosquitoes, fleas, Bed-hugs,
Insects on Plants, r'oirl.*, Animals, <tc.
Air ! ! ! REV. AUK ! 1 1 of all worthless
ai" See that "COSTAH'S" name is on each
Roi. bottle and Flask, before you buy.
?J- Address HENRY IC. COSTAR,
4H2 Broadway, N. Y.
?g- Sold in Columbia, S. C., by
And all Druggists and Retailers.
INCREASE OF RATS.-The Farmer's
Gazette (English) asserts and provea by
figures that ono pair of RATS will have a
progeny and descendants no less than
051,050*in three years. Now, unU^as this
immense family can be kept down, they
would consume"nuire food than would sus?
tain 05,000 human beings.
tir See "COSTAR's" advertisement above.
RATS VERSUS BIRDS.-Whoever engages
in shooting small birds is a cruel man;
whoever aids ::: exterminating rats is a
benefactor. We should like some one to
riv? us tho benefit of their experience in
i driving ont these pests. We need something
! besides dogs, cats and traps for this busi
uos?. -Scientific American, IT. Y.
Sir s, e '.COSTAR :," advertisement above.
"CoSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMINATOR is
i simple, safe and sure -the most perfect
? RAT-ification meeting we have ever attend?
ed. Every Rat that can get improperly
; prepared, will eat it, and every one that
i eat.- it will die, gem rally at some place as
i distant as possible from where it was taken.
[Lake Shore (Mich.) Mirror.
SH- Seo "CoSTAa*8" advertisement above.
A VOICE FROM THE FAR WEST.
; Speaking of "CONTAR'S" Rat, Roach. Ant,
i Ac, Exterminator- "moro grain and pro
I visions arc destroyed annually in Grant
j County by vermin than would pay for tona
: of this Rat and Insect Killer."
May 8 +3mo [lancaster ( Wis.) Herald.
I sur Seo "COSTAR'S" advertisement above