s of artillery swords and army pistols.
Its orders come from all the Southern States, but mainly from those in which secession is regarded as the only remedy for Southern grievances.
A third extensive establishment has supplied an immense number of Colt's revolvers and rifles to Georgia, principally to Columbus.
All the wholesale houses and agencies in the city have been hard pressed to supply the orders for every imaginable species of weapon.
In a sermon at Charleston, S. C., on Sunday last, the officiating minister, Rev. D. X. Lafar said:
You need not compromise your religion while protecting your homes and firesides.
The same God who has commanded you to love him above all things else, informs you in another part of His word, that whosoever "provideth not for his own household is worse than an infidel" Carry your religion with you where ever you go — whatever you undertake.
You are not of the world, even as Christ was not of the world — so that,