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A LociK OF HAIR.-Few things
in this weary world are so de
lightful as keepsakes. Nor do
they ever, to the heart at least,
nor to our eye, lose their tender,
their powerful charm. How slight.
how small, how tiny a memorial
aaves a beloved one from oblivion,
worn on the finger or close to the
Leart, especially, if they be dead.
No thought is so insupportable as
that of entire, total, blank tiget
fulness: when the creatures that
once laughed, and sang and wept
to us, close to our side, or in our
very arms, is as if her smile, her
voice, her tears, her kisse:, had
never, been. She and them all
swallowed up in the dark nothing
ness of the dust.
Of all the keepsakes, memorial,
relies, most dearly, most devotedly
do we love a little lock of hair.
And oh, when the head it beauti
$od has long mouldered in the
dust, how spiritual seems the un
dying glossiness of the sole re
maining ringlet. All else gone to
nothing, save and except that
soft, smooth,burnished and glorious
fragment. of the appareling that
once hung in clouds and sun;lhine
over an angel's.brow. Ay, a lock
of hair is far better than any
picture ; it is a part of the beloved
object herself; it belonged to the
tresses that often, long. long ago.
may have all been suddenly (1S
heveled. like showers of sunbeam;
over your beating breast. But
how solemn thoughts sadden the
beauty once so bright, so refilg^ent.
The longer you gaze on it .the
more pensive grows the expres
Pion of the holy relic ; it ems ito
say, almost upbraidingly, "Weepest
thou no more for me: and then.
indeed, a tear, true to the im
perishable affection in which all
nature once seemed to rejoice.
bears witness that the object to
wards which it yearned is no
miore forgotten ; now that she has
been dead for so many long weary
days, months, years; that she
was forgotten during one hour of
absence, that came like passing
clouds between us and the sun
shine of her living., her loving
PROCRASTNATO.-A lady who
found it difficult to awake as early
a8 she wvishedgin the morning, pur
chased an I1larm watch. These
watches are so contrived as to
strike with a very loud whirring
noise, at any hour theQowner
pleases to set them. The lady
placed her watch at the head of
the bed, andfound herselfeffectual
ly rousedl by the long rattling
sound. She immediately obeyed
the summons, and felt better all
day for her early rising. This
continued for several weeks. The
alarm wateh faithfully performed
its office, and was distinct ly hon
so long as it was obeyed. llut. af: er
a time, the lady grew t>ed of
early rising ; andl. when she was
wakened by the noisy monitor.
she merely turned herself and
slept again. In a few das the
watch ceased to rouse her from
slumber. It spoke just as loudly
aver, but she did not hear it.
because she had acquired ihe habit
of disobcying it. Finding that she
might just as t ell be without an
alarm watch she formed the wise
i-esolution, that if she ever heard
the sound again, she would jump
up instantly, and that she never
more would allow herself to dis
obey the friendly warning. Just
so it is with conscienc. If we
obey its dictates. even to the most
trifling particulars, we always
hear its voice. clear and strong.
but, if we allow ourselves to do
what we have some fears may not
be quite right, we shall grow more
anid more sleepy, until the '-oice
of conscience has no longer any
power to awaken us.
Poor old Mrs. Partington can'f
comprehend the "new-fangled"
notions of the present time. She
"There is one thing sure, the
females of the present regenera
tion are a heap more independen
t.or than they used to be. Why.
I saw a gal to-day that I no be
long to the historial class of socie
ty, with her dress all tucked upto
her knees, her hair all buzzed up
like as if she hadn't time to comb
it for a week, and one ofhergrund
mother's old caps in an awful erum
p led condition on her head. Why.
laws, honey, when I was a gal. if
any of the fellows come along
when I had my clothes tucked up
that way. and my head Kivered
with an old rag, why I would run
A Sc2n: IN ('" ca T.Ho. Da
rid,ikw,f theO Pildpi
story ini a h v:2< ow iS:ll
for mica servi(es a,_,amst one
of his nighbors, and I he su,it be
in bouht for t ihe use ofanuther
lCQalle II11:-ef the witness. A
Mr. WVillims, who w,as ('mllOyed
to Jefend the suit aid expose the
(uakcry an1(d w(rti lesCss ofthe
service- reniredi, subjected the
doctor to the f lwing cros ex
J)id voa treat the patient aC
cording to t mIC n'io t appoved"(l
rules of Surgery. ?!a.i:ed the con
"By all Imeans, cer'Iailyl." re
pliedi the witne,s.
D il (lou 'ecapitate him ?" in
quire(i the counsel.
"E iiotdii v I d(i-that was
a matter of core, ainswered the
"D1id you perform the Cearean
operation upon him ?''
.,Why of COn rse,' answerc( the
witness," h is cond itO?n required
it, and(- it wasatne with vr
..Did vou then," siill further
queried the counsel, "subject his
person to a1t'py ?"
"Certainly. repiiedt ie witness.
"that w\-a- the last remedy I adon
"Well, thenl, d(tor, sid the
('(:ue. - von et t off the de'n
dant's head. then dissected him.
anid he still surv'ive'' i.. I have no
more to a-k. 'n1 1. if your ciaims
surT kis ', (-ekr u'e'ves to
Era OF TIi .-A sadl storr is
('on1nected with t le name of the
writer o this ieatitul sonr. "Ev
er of Tie,'' which has been sung
anld adire1'd hr SO mai n mibis
c'ounItry and in Europn. Foley
Hfall was a gentai manl by birthI
anid educa,tioni. Wealthy in his
o\v:niright, with largeeCxpectations.
heC ledI a hlessO'. life, not c'hoosing
his associates, but allowing him
self to be dtrawn into the society
of the viciOUS. Hlis property sooni
disappe'ared. and he was left with
out resources suffleient to buv his
daily bread. His musicial talents
had been highly cuiltivated, but as
he never heeded them. he sarcelv
knew to what degree they could be
made available. In his dijstres
however, be wrote the charming~
song, "Ever of Thee." A London
publisher gave him one hundred
dollars for it,but t hat amount, with
such a spendthrift would not last
long, Hie wrote other songs, but
the moneyc- not comingr in as fast
as he wished, in a weak moment
he for'ged the name of his pub)lish
er; and alhough every effor't was
made, even by* the pub lishe. to
save him. it. was all no use andI
poor F'orkye Hall went to N w
at.and died0 broklen-hearte be
fore h.is tri.ial came: on.
T)D YoU EVnEn ?-Did vou ever
get maried a second tirae-if she
IDid von ever know a man to be
parteicuv har~d on one vice with
ouvt hlaving a pet vice of his own ?
Di'i voa ever know a widoe;vr
to let tihe girls almne till "'a yea'o
decencr was orer' ':
Did -yoa ever know a tubacco)
chewi ng 'hist ian to feel anyv comn
punetion for dece:atingr the house
of God with the vile junice of' the
Did von ever know a man to
growv in gr:acc by feedin g on slau
Did von ever know a tener who
w-asn't once a moderate (rinker ?
Did vou ever know a gr'umbler
to possess energy enough to cor
reet or amend1 whatever he grunm
bled at ?
An old coloredjpreacher at Port
G~ ih4.on, Mississippi. recen iy bap
tised thirty colored converts, and
after the ceremony he charged
thbenm a doliar apiece. On the Ib
lowing Sanday ho~ onil- succeeded
ini inducing twxo to present them
selves wVho were wiling to par.
Indignant at the parsimnyn of
his congregation, hie refused to
baiptize the candidates for glory.
saying he wairn't 'agwinel to) siosh
hiimself up for no two (dolla1rs.
A. mass of gold. weighingi
128 p~ounld5, is onl exhibitionl
at NeOw York. It is fromi the
Smith & Parmliee mine in
Color'ado, is fouri-fifths g'o1d
and( one-IifthI silver, and is
worth A9~.9(JQO in mpcei
h.rc to, S. C.
IL' C m. in Nh te I h
1..! ~ \;1, I1' it (. No&1t:ro. 5l. Pi ;.
lIna,Iwe br rtoii f 11rp rch rS, andt 10oe
ds'iin:r to rr. r !or sub-A- n cieS for
the -1l oi thl .-e Fertiliz.r' in that State,
to them. M+ps Sn.r Pho'phate Co.,
('I:.S. T. M \P'E , Gn gt
INM N & IUWELL, OQit!er, and
W are o: , 15:: East B.iv, (h:r'eston,
Fernalin, .hkon ilo.n all
thbe t:ding' on the St. John's
s A .N N .AI. G A.
1000u TON,S .1 U )IEN,
CAPTAIN LOUiS M. (OXETTER.
ON a:id after the 20th Ocroher, this fine
Ship w!l s:!i1 from Sotuhern Wh:oif, everv
Fri ua Night, at 10 o'clock, for the above
A111 F &ight mu-t b^ p id hcrc by hipper:.
For F or 'at.-nLe app!y on b 0oIrd, or
to the Af. ny, No. 17 Vanderborst's Wharf.
Nov. 14 46 tf.
Corn1;er 1'ing rlnd <S<iety-sts.
(HALETON. S. C.
Savage & Ensiga. Prorietors.
Jesse L. Sava5e. - - Edstin W. En5i;f.;n
C hr'leston, S. C.
The ai>ove prputlar ITo'(' is open for the
:acc(111 ommodtioni of thbe Trave!!!nitgPbl.
Board, p"'r dlay. &3.00
Mrs. II. L. tU-TTEnRitto,
A. Ikctn:nr';not, Prop rietres.
Sup e r uteno d' nt, N ovem~rber 1
imY t0o0i8 HOU8E.
The wholesrale Dry Goor'sn~ ufes heretofore
conducte~d in the nmc of
JOH.'f G. MiLMR & CO.,
Will hereafter be carried on in the n::me of
Ailnor, Willer & Martin,
AT TIlE OLD ST.ND,
135 Me'eting Street,
G; IIARLESTON, S. C.
Our house is itow in receit of a fill and
dioi Itd be stock of F .ev l mo D.omnest ie D rv
G ods, a d we wottuhi in vite our ~ old frien ds
of our1 ,OC..
FACTOJRS AND PLANTEPIS
W~1 i~l fidj: to t;h-ir in' -r' - to exmnine
our' stock . as u e ar pr'*.Ired to else t. hem
lii iMadr order,- and !:. in Itii 1u5'e.
Mr. WM' C SMAI LL, ke of the firm of
11H:At'I D LAI M: Li'I & tctr~ i ith
' e Lhi a caI
N. .-Me--r,. NA\YLER, SM'.IT'I & Co's
O)iice can'- be ttnnd at or store j9 p rs.]
JulN G. MI1 Ni ,
T. A. WI I
o7.~Th .J. J. 31A IT N.
Impo~rtetrs at: Wh7lasalae Ilealers
North ceast corner Metig and Farket treets
Chiarleston., S. C.
Tnviote U r;nde to examni;e their fuil :md variedl
10t 'N E : I I A rs. 1rimmedtt :mt -I un.t rimmtetd.
Ftc tFL'*ts. FE~A tjj i:ms, .'ErsS CAPS.
N E Is. nV L. s 'tf i.'en.- de-i,:- s,
P. B. Glass,
DT .Eitrl; IN
p'L AIN-ST., (a few dot:-s wiest of Main-st.
(OLUMB!A, S. C.*
\llol'MIle }) ii ' c ll a S et s,
Order's h,v nmil aittended1 to carefllv and
prompt at New Yon'k price'..
ilank Dooks miade to ainy pattern at low
es't prices. Nov 7 11mo1.
PHENIX IRON WORKS,
COL UM UL\,. C. (
AL 1ind. of 1Mil Cas:ng; (Sa.w ,,.,
Columria Adverthmn s,
R.&W. C. Swaileld,.
Columbia. S. C..
Af ull aosrtment of Fali &
W inter Cluthi ni. for % i ei
and Bosv. at very low lrice".
? .E (;ting 7mil_ to order a.
a;i l Gi! El1't' ) wti!C.
November 7 imo.
J OIN C. DIAL,
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,)
Imrerter and Dealer in En;iish ar.d American
Tron, St-eel, N:ils Crfsting Mill Stones,
3u!in! G,!ths, Ci:"-'r Saws,
:rill IIronis, Sutgar Pans,
Indiia "ubbir&Leather 14eing,
and TaIers' Tools,
19Ib3use;ig and Fun idhing
Lime, Cement, Plas:er, Paints. Oils,
French and Ame'iiAn Vit,do%w Glass,
G u.. 1%2.Pisds.Shot Bellt$.
Potile Fa.ss,Po)edr1, Shot, &.
Wholesale & ReiaIl,
At the Si',-,n of the GOLDEN PAD LOCK
Columbia, S, C.
November i 6m. .
C, F. JACKSON
Main S ?reet, Columbia, S. 0
e~xt door to Messrs. J. & T. ii. Agr.ew,)
Has C eenst;) i?v on hand a full anrd well
selc~ted rtock of
Stapl' andl Faney DRYT G OODS.
AT CEEATLY REDU~CED PRICES.
th.eir aidvanni?ige to give h:i:tsa call.
CALICOES, fromn 12te. to 25ets.
Ladie- Kid Gloves, $1 .'o.
Breakfastr Shawls, from 82 . to (8.002
L j dies Cloth (loaks, from $ti.(0 t o $25.00h
Hloop Skirts, from 81 .0? to 84.00.
.fy stock is too raried to gb:e a
lt in detail. but simp}ly preseCnt the
a:ho:E as a se!nn
C. F. JACKSON.
1000f BUS. W HIT E C'oRN,
5 M "3ixed ('orn,
10' IUhl prime Bacon Sides &' .ould' rs
10 Bags Ilan!oonI Rice,
*5j? Barrelk Super. Extra Flours,
5Cr Sneks Salt ( Liverpool100,)
5o B:rles E;-itern Hay, (P'rime,)
To ha r.r for Cotton or Cash,
Grai ofalldescriptions constan,ly on
BRU\WNE & SCiRM1ER,
iain S r et, Volger's Ne.w Store.
Cohnha, S. C., Nov. I 156.
MIain-st.. Culumbida, S. C.,
(N-ext To Fisher and Lcwrance,)
(aIls thet atteioni?f of the
Trade rn'] :ue Laidies Yi-iting Goimobiua, to
ex:)n nie l.or siuerb) 5tock before pure!msing
Wholesale andI Retail.
Ladies C(arls anid Hair ina all shapes.
Nov 7 "mIo.
1856] Established [I856
Opposite J1. C. DirI's Ha;rdware Store,
C oL U 3B IA , S. C
Blaink Poo.ks mranurfactrred in thre best and
moi-T t ubtanuti-d mf::nnuer.
Havi; purchaser Superior RLTI?g and Pag
in"" M..chiee. C'lerks of ('ourits. Sheriff-, (rdi
i ries :-ud othel;r P'ublic OJfteer,< ciin have their
l1ar k Bk....tiw antil ..:her work executed in
*uy sty'e:md parttern thev ma:y dIe ire, and in
thei te'I't pe:ss bie time. A large stick of
bia' k lbook aid other l per or thre b.et qua ity
always 0)n had. 31usic, leniod:cm1. Law
lios aud alt other woi.rks boun to.iLi si cu)s
tomers. ovi 73m.
Graeser & McJunkin,
Comm]flisin & F'orwar'ding
Gevai treeOt, Coluinbia, S. C.
WoULD respectfu;lly inform their friends
an~d the pulie genuerailly that they will
anend~)) p)erSonally ta all buisinuess initrmrsted
TO themlf. The sill BUY G;OTToN ON
()RD1ER lOCR SELL, IT or anry of' the PRIO
DECTS OF THE C;OUNTRY, on as favor
auble termrs as any'. house ini the eitv. They
aure also p eparedi to STORIE or FL RW A RD)
Conon)t, to he sold either in Charuleston,
New York, or Liverpool.
lieinrg f:aii i.. r withr all necessary details
in relationi ro the Internal Revenue Tax,
Cotton erit to our care will be forwarded
Philadciphia Uniei'siy of
Miedicine and Surgery.
Chartered ny the Legislature, F eb. 26. 1853.
Amendments to Charter, Feb, 15 1830, and
March 15, 1835.
Two fall sessions of Lectures each year
commencing the first of Octoher, and con,
ti:nin. until At mil. The Dlissecting Rooms
arc" open, and pt,vatc lectures and quizzes
c0nrinu,e dt.ri'g the entire year. The first
sesion' contimit'< until Chris:mas, or for
three mothc , and he second until the first
of Aril1 or thrree mo'nth,; the two constitut
ing one full course of l:crures. Examina tion
of c"arditiae- or .gidu.ttion wi!l occur at the
end of each me!2sion.
R.Qc trrI9 FOR GnADUATION.-The re"
qtisites for gra,!ution are three sessions of
lctorres, and t!rcevcars study; or four ses
si)ts, inct;lding two years spent at the
Tr: SYSTt:t oF MEBICTNE TAUGHT
The Utivera; is a liber-l medical. choa>l, in
wlt ict al! br:e'ivs if 'tediine'and su -gery
are. tau':ht. inc!uding the preparatorv stu,ies,
without re gatrd to any seerarian views.
lienicc. wthile they deprecate the exclusive
ness of A'lopathy.Ilorr m p. thy. Eclecticistm,
-ydropitrhv, etc , the helwve that ali p-in
cipies of cure and therapeurical agentsshould
be taught in all well re,nlatrd medical
schools. and that every intelligent, honest,
and thorough practitioner is entitled to all
the courc-ies and privileges of the profes
sion, without regard to his peculiar notions
FELS.- ile fee: for a lihrttncltes,inclnding
all the tickets, matricnlation, and dissection,
are S60 a session, or $120 per year. Those
who put chase tickets o ily have to matrica
late onc:, which makes the second session
$55. itclidin g denoustrator's fees, or-$11->
for a full course. To aid young men of
moltrare means, the Universirv has issaei
five iundrlel scholar,hi"ps which are sold to
first-courc s'ude"t, to $7.5 and to sacond,
COUts sttdents and ckiergs men for $50, each
con,tituting the holder a life member, with
the perpetual privileges of the lecrurt-, and
all the reachings of the school The only
additional fees are st 3early dissecting and
matricul.itin, tick't, c:eh of which is $5
TtIl ADVANTAGES OF SCfHOLARSilIPS.
The student holding a scholar-hip can enter
the Collega at any time during the year,
ate,l long as he etooses,and re enter the
In-titthon as fr. quently as desired
It re"quirt"s no pwevious te thtg or study to
enter the Utiversily ot sch'larships, hence
all private :u,tion fees are savel.
Studtrtts, by hohing scholarships, can
prosc cute other bu-ines a part of the time.
Ihe cindid te for gradu:ation can present
linself at ay tim ', and receive his degree
as 'oon t:s qualified
In case a student should hold a scholar
ship and not be able to a!rentl he urces, it
c.in be transferred to another, thus prevents
intg aty lt s
1'aretts, guardians or friends of students
wi-hing to pnrclase scholarship- for therm, a
vear or more before their attendance at the
Unver,ity, can secure them by advan'ing
ontte-half the price, and paying the balance
when the student enters. Physicians and
b,eneivole'nt men cifn bestow fireat benett
upon poor young men,ti by pre,enting them
a scholar,hip and thus e'n;blintg them to
ob>tain an hionoranle profe%sion
l'IE REGULAR FACULTY.
James 31eClintock, A M.. 31 U., P'rofes
sor of tbc Thiueiples at,d .Practice of Sur
W mr. Paine, M.D., Professor of the Prin
ciples arid practise of M-:dic ine and Patho
C. S. Gauntt, AM , MD., Professor of
Chemti,try, Phtarma~cy, andl 'oxicolo)ge.
E G. Dalton, A.M , M D., Prolessor of
H J Docet, A.M., M D., Professor of
Matleria 31elica antd T'herapeuries.
A. R thomas, MI D., l'rofessor of Anato%
my, G&iteral, Specia!,. -Microscopical, and
.Tostpit 8. Longshore, MI D , Prof sor of
Obsterics, arid Diseas~es of women and Ch i
E. D Burckman, M.Ds., Professor of Mi-.
PRoFESSOR.S OF SPECIAL BEANCHTES.
A. Livizey, A.M., M.D., Professor of
Cinicatl Methcine. PofsoofCi-I
J. S. L"ngshore, M D.,PrfsoofCi,
F. A, Von Moschzi-ker, M. D., IFrofessor
of Di,e ises of the Eve and Ear.
Rt. H Kline, M D., Professor of Malig
L Oldehne, M.D., Professor of Urine.Pas
I Luikens, M D., D.D.S., Professor of
C Murphy, M.D , Professor of Medical
Jurispn it dee.
W . M. CornIell, M D., LL D., Professor
of IIygietne and i'hy -ieal Culture
R BI Wetaver, A M , M.D., Demonstra
tor of Antatomny
G. W dlarriott. HI D., A M., D D.,
Regi-,trar and supjerintrenlt.
P.IN:.:' PLA.renes' Or MIEImcit'.-The
n-ork is 10 now.compet e. It is a royal otatvo
of one th.ousandii p:ig--, andi continse a lull
dlesc'ript ion of all dti-casas, inclui/~in g thi oe
of iirger fy, anrd of wt omen anad ch'lildre" n, to
to ns, and trtennrt, and is ehaira-d to be
one' of :hu"etmost comtplete, elabte, t atnd
issued'i fromr ts e Amneria press. rice, U ;
Postalge 50 cents.
New SeCnoot. RFx.mEr.s.-An octavo, con
tai 1in g a full di-e cip tiion o f all the concert
Srdtedi anrd niew rertiedlie-s used bys all schools
of' the proife-ssioni, an i Ia compifle e alph ab et
ical mueteria me.dican. Price, 65. To tho-c
w'ho order both boo!G, S li, postage pre-I
UIVERSITY JOURNAL OF MIEDICINE
A Sei-iMontthly Journat of Medicine, Stir
*Ljtera:uire", devoted to the Profiessiorn arid
Thet' chte.: pst miedica,l pa per in the world,
pubil ihe elvr I wo( weekI~s, at the" Uniirer
.sity. Builditng, Ninch Street, south of' Wal
Single copiQs, . . . . Iilip
F'ive co'ies to one ad1dres, . 4 35
Fifteen "' " " " . .9 ')
T wenty ".-" " " .- d0
The getter up of' the club shialf have oneC
copy gratis. It i, il.,o the cheapest adver
tising medi um in the worl d, as it teaches
neartly all phyisici iris ani.!d dritgist s, besideIs
lhaving a Iarige popuitar citrcula tioni. The
piric'e f'ort advl'.ert i-in g is t en cenats per line,
sevenPt w'ords trak ing a line. No papers sent
or adve: tisertenits inserted unless prepaid.
W. P.unNE, M. D , Editor.
D ec 19 1i bito. Phibidelphia Pa.
Salisbury, Bro. & Co.,
Extensive Manufactur-ers and Importers of
(Gold, Plated and Oreide
Soldid and Nickel Silver WaPO,
American, English and Swiss watches,
CASED BY OURSELVES,
And every description of
I'anCy Goods and Yankee NotionS.'
Especially ad ipted and designed for South.
ern and W esternt Tr:nde.
Circeulars arnd full descriptive Price Lists
Agents wnnted every where. Address
SALISBURY, BRO. & CO ,
51 D.ot rance s:rect,
nov 21 ann Providence, R I.
No. 153 MEE'I
Opposite the Cli
(lF)rmerly JOHN ASHHURST &
GEORGE C. Gc
Direct Importers of Pu
October 31 3m.
W e would call special atten
been recutly pui chased.
Every pmurchaser w ill have full advantapi
W,e offer Specui induiemrenits to Conun tr
J1lave always on hand,
FULL LIXES OF 1
which we will sell at small advance on A;
N. B.-Samples anid Price Lists sent to
We also offer, at Retail, thc :
- in thle
Many Styles of Gohods are bieing so!d at
Refer to City advertisemencrts for pr ice li
Dcemrber 25 tf -28
We are nowv opening a full and amplet as
Trinmed and pit up ini boxes ; Lace Collar
I'luny, Threaa and' M'iTese Laces, L icPs byv
'a ps anrd Spenicers; Emb)roidlered Col:ars, I nI
Bret khist Set:s, Pilain Linen Ser s, Even in
novelties, to be found in our Lace and Embr<
Beaui;rful French Boxes, "Ladies C'omi
Lub in's Ext racts, Snupr or Go ran aColo0!r
Bus, Torn oisc Sh 11 Dressinrg (Combin, Ton
and Bockles, Sea mit Kid GTiores, Ladies Li~
Chjlibii's Glor~ es, ilosiery, ':orsets, H oop Ski
' In om" Cloak~ andi S.vl 'uom, w e ;av" as~
serton m' ii the ei:y. We hv'e mm ouir id
Bk:ek Clothl S.argmes, and Bagnies, froma 85.n
ihe saime. Nouchias connnjy' --ib: :al.Iled
Plaidi all Wool Long :an:d Squarei Shawls, L.
first Sham wI-, Soutargs, Nurzbias, ke.
dee 19 203 King
- Sp ecialL
2c;3 KING STREET
Find.ing it necesary to enlarge ourEa
our inceraisin bihusin ess s~ well as for tIre be
tranls, we are now offerin, prepartory to I
gailnS in o.rde'r to Redcl'e S (ck
Weinvite SpecialI Ar ten.inon to) our Rc
lins, Frcha Poplins, Mohairs. Emrpr ess Cb
Colored PIlails and S: ri;.e, Ruib Dre-s Silks,
lish Griburgs, together a?ni many other desir
stock, and will be sold at prices.~ b>ehw cost of
PHATT A Wil
NO. 2.38 KING STREET
N. A. PR~ATTU, S. W. WI
Ch to late C. S. N'. and M. Bureau.
Cotton and C1orn
F E RTIL IZE R.
DirCionS for use Sante as
No. 1 Peruvian "Guano",
Ew'. -I+ luo<.an ilrt, VL%d.
'ING STR ET,
IfA N - South Carolina
re Drugs & ChemigAs,
'ON, . C.
BB & CO.,
tion to our Sfock, which has
of the bate fall in the market.
yMerchants, replenishing their Stocks.
ecnts prices, for CASH or CITT AC
any part of the State. -
LARGEST STOCK to select fromt
STOL*L, WEBB & CO.
7Ki;g.St., at Bancroft's Old Starfd.
Fine Fancy Goods!
sortmient of Beautiful Lace Se'tts, elegaintly
Sin all the new Shapes in Valeneiennes,
the yaird of all descriptions, Lace Waists,
uuis' Rm roidered Robes, Caps-and Waista,
Dr esses, together with many other choies
ainions~" French Pomades, Powder,Bar,
e, L alies Sentrfs aind Cravats, Fine -Hair
rh mal Nail BroiThes, Jet and Steel Claspi,
et, Cl!or h an d Woolen.;Ghdres, Gents'Glores,
1ts, &e &c.
T. R. READ & CO,
Ln3L- t ., opposite. H ael, Chprlest'on, S. C.
;-uaii the latrgest andI most cornp'ete As
lio',m erery- 'ariety, ahife *ad. finish of
, to all the Medium and Elegant grades et
rto our alssortmenQft.
mg and Square Black Merino Shawt Break
J1. R. R E'A D & CO.
~troet, Opposite Ilasell, Chairleston. S ?.
REDU CE D.
D& CO, **
HI. AiRLESTOX S. C.
ish nent for the s:iccessfutl prosecution of
ter aecommud.nion of dur frienads and pa
he Intenzded lnprotemenit, some- Rare Bar
Dress Goods, comriiing Elegant Tri: Pop
Wic-k I id C'lored, Erench Merinoes, Erig
ie Dres- Goods, Marked Down to Redte
.J R. READ & CO.,
263 Kig-y Qbarleston, S Q
CHIARLbSTON, S C. -
[SON, P. B. W ILSON
Chemist to late C.S. Ord. Depart,i.
c HA RL EST8N HEOTE,
CIH A RLESTON, S. C.
TIlS popalar and well known Hotel has
beeni newly furnished throughout by -th.
r-ent Pr-oprietor, who has been sixteep
ears connected with the establishment.
W. W HIT E, PROPRIET)R
GEnORGE G. MIxER, Superintendente
Cnxn A.:s A . MILLERE, Cashier.
April 4, 1866-14.