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A TALK OF J Ar AS.
Fanny Foo Foo was a Japanese girl,
A child of the great Tycoon ;
She wore her head bald, and her clothes were
Half petticoat, half pantaloon.
. Her face was the color of lemon peel
And the shape of a table spoon.
A handsome y. ung chap was Johnny Hl-Hi,
And he wore paper muslin clothes:
His glossy black hair on the top of his head
In the form or a shoe-brush rose;
His eves slanted downward, as If some chap
Hail savagely pulled ills nose.
Fannv Foo-Foo loved Johnny Hi-Hi,
Ami when. In the usu:.', ?ul?,
He popped, she blushed such a deep orange tinge,
You'd have thought she'd too much bile,
If it hadn't been for her slant-eyed glance
And her charming, wide-mouthed smile.
And oft In the blLss or their new-born love,
Did these little Pagans stray
All around In spots, enjoying themselves
In a strictly Japanese way;
' She howling a song ta a one-stringed lute,
"j ; On which she thought she could play.
i Often he'd climb to a high ladder's top,
And quietly there repose, _
As he siood on Ids head and'fanned himse.f,
While she balanced him ou her nose;
Or else she would get In a pickle tub,
And he kicked lt around on his toes.
The course of true love, even In Japan,
Often rons extremely rough,
- And the fierce Tycoon, when he heard of this,
Used Japanese oaths so tough
- That his courtiers'.hair would have stood on end
If only they'd hid enongh.
- So the Tycoon buckled on both his swords,
In his pistol placed a wad, . >
And went out to hunt for the truant pair,
With hts nerves braced by a tod.
He foun t them enjoying their guileless selves
Oa top of a lightning rod.
Sternly he ordered the gentle Foo-Foo
To 'come down out of that there ?"
And he told Hl Blto go to a place
? I won't say prcvlselv where.
Then he dragged off his child, whose spasms
Unusually wild despair.
But the Tycoon, ales! was badly fooled,
Despite his paternal pains,
For John, with a tooth pick, let all the blood
. Out of his Jugular veins ;
. While,' with a back somersault on to the floor,
FoO;Fco battered out her bralus.
They burled them both iii the Tycoon's lot,
Right under a dogwood tree.
Where they coul l list to the nightingale, and
/The buzz of the humble bee ; .
And where.the mosquito's sorrowful chant
Maddens the restless flea? . .
And often at r ight. When the Tycoon's wife"
Slumbered as sound, as a post.
His almond-shaped eye-balls looked on a Bight
That scared him to death almost :
'Twas a bald-headed spectre flitting about
With a paper muslin ghost !
ARREST OE A DESPERADO.
NASHVILLE, November 13.
. t Denii,Farl8,*a colored fugitive, has been ar
- rested. He resisted the officers, and in the fight*
he was shot through the neck, and one of the
policemen slightly wounded. He is accused of
the murder of Major Laurlent. of Spaulding'Coun
' ty, Ga., Dr. Butler, wife and child, and" three
others. He will be sent to Georgia for ".rial. ?
A EOUD M VRDER.
[From the Union Times.]
News has reached this town that on Monday
night lan Mr. A.B. Owi-na, living on Pacolet. In
the upper part of this rou n ty, was brutally mar- ?
dered by a; numoerof* n.en unknown: We care
not wtia't may be .the character af the person, or
what cause may be assigned for euch acts, no ex?
cuse can be (ram ?d to j j si lt'. ? them.. With allgood
citizens of Union, we most heartily deprecate the
mnrder of Owens, and do not think that any man
. of responsibility venid engage in snch a horrid
deed.- We sincerely oope active means will be pnt
.on foot to discover aud bring to speedy punishment -
all or any part of those connected with the crime.
We have not beard the details of the murder, hut !
as usual numberless reports about lt are In cir?
culation. Mr. Owens was a Republican and a
manager or the late election at Goings'? box. We
care not'what his political opinions were, no men
or set or men bad a right, morally or legallv, to
take bis life, .any more than-that of auy other
. man; nor do we believe politics bad anything to
' do with uv for the election belog over, no poutl
. cal good;but much personal a.. 1 public evil, will
come from such infamous acts. From all citizens
with whom we have spoken we hear but one opin?
ion upon the crime, and that of the most regretful
and ueprecating character. We learn that the
sheirrr, in conjunction with the United States
troops, are actively engaged In investigating the
matter. The neighborhood in which Ur. Owens
lived ls one of the most peaceable and orderly
sections of the county, and we are assured
iby those who know, that no suspicion rests upon
I any persons residing thereabouts.
LIVE ? soot*-Per Br ship W H Moody-2204 baleB
upland cotton. 202 tons phosphate rock, 21 bun?
dles palmetto leaf. .. .
. - ? N tw YOKE-Per steamship Man hat tan-35 bags
sea Island cotton, 1107 bales upland cotton, 55
' bales domestics and yams, 66 bundles paper, 78
: packages dried fi ult, 53 empty barrels, 63 pack
- rages.- : ot -. ?
.1. PHILADELPHIA - Fer steamship J w Everman
36 tit rot-R rice, 215 bales cotton, 126 packages do
I mestlc goods, 54 packages fruit. 20 casks iron, 5
.ales hides and rags, 211 bbls rosin.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Sea Gull-126 tes
: rice, 303 baleo upland cotton, 40 cashs clay, 7 hhds
and 1 bale hides, and sundries.
Xiie Charleston Cotton, Klee an t Naval
: Stores Market.
.'oznoK CHARLESTON NKWS, I
SATURDAY EVENING. November 12, 1870. |
COTTON.'-Toe inquiry was light during much of
the forenoon, and the article preserved a quiet
Attitude, with some tendency in the market to
soften rates, bat the tone of the staple was re?
stored by the arrival of better news, and prices
closed firm. Sales about 700 bales, viz : 2 at 14;
is at MM; 22 at H ^ : 39 at Ulf; 69 at 14%; 163 at
15; 176 at 15*; 166 at 15%; SO at. 16%; 29 at 15%;
Tr? at 15%c. t We quote:.
Ordinary to good ordinary.13Ji@14%
7 Low middling.li fe)
sr RICK.-The market was active at advancing
prices, the rate improving ;?@>?c ft ?. Sales
about 3X> tierces of clean Carolina, say 42 tierces
at SJfi; 73 at 5%; 63 at 515-16; 40 at 6; 40 at 6%;
50 at 6 3-16.: fl re. We quote fair clean Carolina
at 6%@5%c; good 6@6 8-16c ft lb.
. NAVAL STORES.-The business was light. Sa'es
20 obis low pale rosin at $3 fl bbl; ll bbls extra
No 1 do at $2 50 ; 49 bbls extra No 2 do at $l 62 fi
FREIGHTS.-TO Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal; via New York. %d on uplands. l%d on sea
islands ; by sall 7-16 to ;.d on uplands, %d on sea
Islands. To Havre nominal. Coastwise-to New
York, by steam, %c on uplands and lc on sea
islands; $2 fi tierce on rice: by sail. %c ft re on
cotton ;-V tierce on rice ; 40c fl barrel on rosin ;
*?@S fi M on lumber; ?9@10 fl M on timber. To
Soston, by sall, X@*?c ft lb on upland cotton.
To Providence, by saU $s fi M on boards, xe
fl lb on cotton: by steam $1 fl bale on New
York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, yac fi lb
on uplands; by sall, $7 fl M on boards; $9 on
timber; $3 fl ton on clay, and $3?3 50 on phos?
phates. To Baltimore, by steam, },c fl re; by
sall, $6 50@7 ft Mon boards; 33@3 25 f) ton on
phosphate rock. Yesaels are in demand by
our merchants to take lumber freights from
Georgetown, s. C.. Darien and SatUla River, Ga..
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and $10
^12 ft M i?re the wes on lumber and boards.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bUIs 19%@20.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. - The banks purchase
sight checks at %@s off, and sell at par.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON. November 12.-Noon.-Consols 93.
Evening.-Consols 92%. Bonds SS%.
' LIVERPOOL, November 12.-NOOD.-Cotton firm?
er; uplands 9; orleans 9%a9%d; sales 10,000 bales.
Breadstuff's and provisions flat.
Evenliig.-Cotton closed steady; export .md
speculation 2000 bales. Lard 72s.
= Nsw YORE, November 12-Noon.-Stocks heavy.
Gold ll*. Money 4a5per cent ja. sterling, long 9 v;
short 9%. 62's 8>4. TenUessees. ex coupon. 61;
new. eo: * irginias, ex coupon, 65; new, 64; Mis?
souris, 91%; Louisiana 6s', old, 71%; new, 66; Le
vee 6's, 72; 8's 89; Alabama S's, 162; 5's, 70; Geor?
gia 6's. "V, 's, 91; North carolina e's, old, 47%;
new, 24%; South Carolina C's, old, 87; new, 72%.
flour qa et and linn. Wheat firmly held. Corn
scarce and finn. Mess"pork firm at $24 50a$25.
Lard t&m. - Cotton quiet and strong; uplands
16?ic; Orleans 16.?6'c; sales 2000 hales. Turpen?
tine 46c. Rosin quiet at $2. Freights steady.
Afternoon.-Money easy at 4a5 per cent. Ex?
change dull at 9??a9A?'. Gold has been very ac?
tive, closing at ll a. Governments closed with a
declining tendency; sixty-twos R. Southerns very
dull, but steady. Cotton quiet and strong;-sales
2600 bales; uplands ie};. Flour a shade Armer:
common to fair extra $5 60a6. Wheat about lc
better; winter red and amber Western ?1 35a
1 37 *i. Corn la2c better; new mixed Western
S2KaS6c. Mess pork $21 50a24 75. Lard nominal
at I3>?al47?c t T steam. Groceries dull. Navai
stores quiet. Freights active and firm.
Evening.-Gold transactions to-day are larger
in amount than for some time; gold opened at
11J?, selling at UJjfc down to ll and back at close
toilj?. Governments inactive; sixes i?'f: sixty
fours 7.14'; sixty-fives 7J?5 new 9,li; sixty-sevens
9^; sixiv-elghts 9>?a9r*. Tennessees co.5*': new
60. Virginias 64; new 63. Louisianas 711?; new
66: levees 7?; eights TP. Alabamas 102; Aves 70..
Geu;glfls79; sevens 91. North Carolinas Wi : new
26. South Carolinas 87: new 72??.
BOsTOX November 12.-Cotton strong mid?
dling 16,'ib; sales500 bales;net receipts 321; coast
wise 6S! ; total 1002; stock ?-"00 bales.
BALHM ns, November 12.-Flour firm ami ac?
tive; Howard street superfine $4 76*580. Wheat
in better feeling; Maryland amber ?1 foal -0.
Pork $26. Bacon shoulders 15,'?c. whiskey t>7a
ss<\ cotton dull and nominal; middling 15?<ic;
sales 300 bales; net receipts 2G0; coastwise 1735;
total 1995; exports coastwise ?0; stock 5S05 bales.
CINCINNATI, November 12.-Flour and corn un?
changed. Mess pork quiet and weak, with a lim?
ited jobbing demand at $23. Lard firmer at 13a
14c. Whiskey dull and drooping; new 85; sales
ST. Lons. November 12.-Flour unchanged.
Whiskey dull and unchanged. Hemp and bagging
unchanged. Provisions quiet. Pork, new $25.
Bacon shoulders 16al6Jic Lard quiet 14>?C
LOUISVILLE, November 12.-Bagging.. Arm.
Hemp 27J?C Flax 29c. Flour and'eorn unchang?
ed. Pork $25 50. Lard-new prime leaf, in tierces,
15c Whiskey steady at 86c . ..
NORFOLK, November 12.-Cottoc-Shies - 200
bales; net receipts 1850; exports coastwise 1026;
WILMINGTON. November 12.-Cotton quiet and
nominal; middlings 15c; sales 68 bales; net re
celpts 586; exports coastwise 60; stock 3651.
AUGUSTA, November 12.-fotton opened dull
at,ivie for Liverpool and 14?io for New York
middling; later in the day the market stiffened,
bed?ra? active and advanced to 14 5,'aHJic for
Liverpool, .and l4J?c for New York middling;
sal?s, 976 bales'; receipt?, 1149 bales.
SAVANNAH, November 12.-Cotton active: mld
dllng I5>t'al5.?4c; sales 2300 bales; net receipts
6696; Stock 64.06L
MOBILE^November 12.-Cotton firm; middling
15c; sales 2000 bales: net receipts 6S6: exports to
Great Britain 4281; coastwise 993; stock on hand
GALVESTON, November 12.-Cotton firm; good
ordinary I3?4'al3??c; sales 500 bales; net receipts
1503: exports to Great Britain 1500; coastwise
loo; stock 14,131 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, November 12.-Cotton in fair
.demand at lower rates; middling I5.>?al?)?c:
sales.. 6509 bales; net receipts, 3*87; coastwise,
53-7; total, 4494: export*, to Great Britain 3420;
Other foreign ports 180; Vcr* .cruz, coastwise,
2170; stock 95,934. Sugttr, prime, TlJ?c; molasses
easier, prime 63a65c; sterling 2Ufj Nev tyrk
sight x?x discount; gold il?;.
JJtw Yo ric Klee Market.
I From the Dadv Bulletin. November 10: Holders
-ww??*?-pretty steady, but this rather has a ten?
dency to check the. demand, and beyond two or
three job lots of Carolina at e ^'aO.'?c, we hear of
no sales. Foreign nominal.
From the- Daily Bulletin, November ll: The
market Is without interesting features, very few
hubers appearing, ami business footing up small.
Former prices are currant, ami the offerings of
stock fair. Sales of ii) tcs. fnrolina at dae.fc.
. . . ?'. ' '.i . o ?\. j .frc r '
Sew York Xn val,stoics )Iurk, t.
From the Journal of Commerce. November ll:
Spirits turpentine opened weak, with s -me few
lots offering at45c: but This brought on thB mar?
ket some full orders, and as the stock is In few
hands the price ndvanced.to 46.-, clo-jng with sel?
lers at this prise.; Sales are 156 bbls, In me -
cbautable order, at 45>ic; loo bbls do. to.arrlve, at
46c, and 166 bbls on spot at icc. Bo?los are ne?
glected, prices are unchanged; 2<"0 bbls strained
brought fl 95. We quote strained at SI 95a$2;""
No. 2 at $2 25a2 45; NO. 1 at $2 50a?3; pale $3 iou
New Yorkf Hay Market.
From the Journal of Commerce, Novembern:
Shipping ls steadily held, with a fair trade at
$115. Prime '? moderately active: sales at $12oa
1 45.- Straw: We Quote at $115 for ibng rye; SOca
$1 for short rye; and 85n90c for oat.
NewTork Gunny Cloth Market.
From the Journal of Commerce. November ll:
The market is very dull, and prices are who:Iv
nominal. Cloth, 27Ka28c for domt?tles and tte
for East Ind.a. Bags lSal9c.
GEORGETOWN, November 10.-COTTON.-Sales
of 2 bales this week at from 15 to 18 cents per lb.
We qnote from 15 to 20 cents per lb.
CORN.-Arriving freely and retailing at $11 ti
per bushel for prime white and $110 for yellow.
.. TIMBER-Arriving slowly; market depressed.
Stock on hand 2000 sticks, unsold. We quote 6 to
14 cents -' -
' TOTPENTTNE.-Virgin dip *3: yellow dip $3;
scrape or hard $1 to $1 60 per bbl. of 280 lbs.
to the bbl.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Per gallon 34 cents.
R- TAR.-Per bbl., retail, $8.
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBIA. Novemher 18.-Sale-? of cotton yes?
terday 192 hales: middlings li.u-t \,c.
ANDEKSON, November 9.-To day middlings
command lZhi to 13KC
ORANGEBUKG, November ll.-Sales during the
week 225 bales. We quote ordinary at I2al3c
low middling i3;jc. and middling at 14c
MONTGOMERY. November IL-Cotton market
quiet ; low middlings UjtfO.
SELMA. November ll.-There were sales yester?
day .of 460 bales; low middling 14 ta 14,l?c, and
strict good ordinary at 13??c. There has been a
fair demand, with good cotton scarce and high.
Receipts by Railroad. November IS.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1688 bales cotton, so bales goods, 40 bsls naval
stores, cars wood, lumber, stock, Ac. To Railroad
Agent, and others.
393 bales upland and 3 bags sea island cotton,
-07 bbls naval stores, rice cars lumber, phosphates,
live stock, mdse. Ac. To Ow W Williams A co,
Frost A Adger, W K Ryan, Greaser A Smith. Cald?
well A Son, Mowry A Son, Walter A co, A J Sali?
nas, H Klatte A co, Nachmann A co, W O Bee A
co, Reeder A Da vi*. Ravenel A co, T P Smith,
W C Courtney A co, Gaillard A Minott, Pinckoey
Bros, Ingraham A Son, Pelzer, Rogers A co, J H
w A co, Kltnck,Wlckenberg A co, E Welling, Rall
road Agent and Order.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
140 bales cotton, sn bushels rough rice. 120 bbls
naval stores, mdse, Ac To Gaillard A Minott, E
DHodson, J A QuackenbUBh, W P Dowling A co.
B C West, H Bischoff A co, Hopkins, McPherson A
co, J Waters, Wagener A Murdaugh, B Feldmann
A co, P G Hasel], Reeder A Davis, Pelzer, Rogers
A co, P James. Fraser A Dill, J A Mav, J Madsen,
Barden A Parker.
Per steamship South Carolina, from New York
-Miss Mary Stew, Miss Jane Stew, Miss Marla
Stew, Dr F P Mtkell, Mrs Porter. A S Stethotf Mr
Van Sleple. Peter Shears, J Smith. A Nightingale
J Low, T F Fltzslmmons, W E Stanton, wife, two
chlldren and nurse,. Mrs F Morse Jas W Lloyd, F
Wood, F Entleman- J Heliukln, M Schroeder, Geo
Schroeder, J as Long, M O'Brien, F Johnson, Mrs
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka via Jack?
sonville. Fernandina and Savannah-A Wallace,
F M Cox, Mrs Daly, F M Sires, P K Coburn, Jas A
Wnite, E D McClellan, and 4 on deck.
Per steamer Argo, from Edlsto and Wav Land
iogs-Ur RL Johnson, Col J Whaley, C Balley, T
Salley, G Richmond.
Full Moon, Sth, 2 Lours. 12 minutes, morning,
^.ast Quarter, i6th. 3 hours, 39 minutes, morning
New Moon, ?2d 8 hours. 1 mluute. eventug
First Quarter. 22th. 5 hours. 12 minares, evening.
19 saturday -
K. * 8
CHARLESTON, NOVEMBER 14
Bark Sarah, Snow, Phonlx Island-129 days.
Guauo. To Street Bros A co. Wilcox, Gibbs A co.
(Previously reported in the oiMng.J
Sehr carrie, Whitehouse, Back River. 2000 bush?
els rough rice. To W 0 Bee A co.
Sehr Ann S Deas, Garbattl. West Point Mill. 122
tes nc?. To J Colcock A co, Kinsman A Howell,
Thurston A Holmes.
nH^a?er ^g?- Kissam. Edlsto, Rockville, Enter
in ?nn ??10 Ua^ seft l8land and 24 ??les nP1?11^
G w witt? ifni? sundries. To Douglas Nisbet,
B?!? Fra?^.?i'i*^'81011^ & L<>wndes, ?'A
els%??eTo^v^^.ec?^ahe<. 1200 busil
Sto!feTAJLow?erBKer- 12U?""Sbelsr.cc To
"Boat from Wadmal?w Island. 5 bags seaT&anT "
-otton. To Stoney k Lowndes. .
Boat from John's Island. 2 bags sea Island cot- ,
;on, l bale upland cotton. To Stoney 4 Lowndes.
Boat from Christ Church. 6 bags sea Island cot- ;
ton, 4 bales upland cotton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from James Island. 2 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To W Gurney.
Boat rrom James Island. 2 bags sea island cot?
ton. ToW Gurney. ,
Boat from Christ Church. 1 bag sea Island and
2 bales upland cotton. To W Gurney.
Boat from James Island. 2 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Fraser A DUI. , -
Boat from James Island. 1 bag sea island cot?
ton. To Hopkins, McPherson & co
Boat from John's Island. 3 bales upland cot?
ton. To Hopkins, McPherson k co.
Boat from Toogoodo. 3 bags sea Island cotton.
To W A Boyle, . ,- ,.
Hutchinson s boat from James Island. 4 bags
sea Island cotton. To W A Boyle.
Received from Chlsoim's Mill. 9o tierces rice.
To L D DeSaussure, THAW Dewees, Reeder A ;
Davis. - ? -
Steamship South carolina, Beckett. New York
-left 10th inst. Mdse. To Wagner, Huger A co
W A Courtenay, J D Aiken A co, southern Ex?
press company. S C Railroad Agent. J E Adger
A co, C D Ahrens, Jno Archer, E Bates & co, E E
Bedfurd, T A Beamisn. W M Bird A co, H BischofT"
A co, C D Brahe A- co, T M Brist oil A co, M C Bux
baum, E T Brown, HAW Borner, Cameron, Bark?
ley A co. T M Cater. W H Chafe & co, T D Clancy
A co, J CH Olausatn, H Cobla A co, Gen Jos Con?
ner, Crane, Boylston A co, R L David A co, Dowie,
Moise A Davis. M Drake, Elias k Bros, J S Fairly,
D F Fleming & co, Forsythe, McComb k co, John
H Graver A co, Furcbgott, Benediot A co, H Gerdts
A co, B Gralton, Goodrich, Wlneman A co. Hart &
co. P L Gulllemln, W S Hastie, Mrs C H Heriot, T
M Horsey A Bro, ilolmes's Book House, Jeffords A.
co, E H Jackson, Johnston, Crews A co, Kinsman
Bros, Kllnck, Wlckenberg & co, Krlete A Chap?
man, Laurey A Alexander, Leognlck, Sell A Fos?
ter, J W Linley. J H Loptz, A D Lorentz. T Lyons,
Macqueen A Rlecke, Marlue River and Phosphate
co, Mantoue A co, W Matt Messen, W A Mertens,
LD Mowry A Son, J GMUnor A co, McLoy Jt Klee,
M McGorty, J H Muller, Muller A Wleters, B K
Neufviile, B O'Nel 1, D O'Neill A Son. J F O'Neil!.
C F Pankuln, F Richards, W Roach A co, D H SU
coxrLSohneU, FE Schroeder, Stiles A Jennings,
Steifen3, Werner A Ducker, E B Stoddard ftco, O
Tledemann, w J Trim.W Vince, Jno H V?llers, J J
Wagner, Wagner A Monsees, Walker, Evans A
Cogswell, Mrs- J Weinberg, T H West, W J Yates,
M & A Ashton, R Austin, J H Buist, G H Cornel
son, Dr Bae-, Z Berhusse, W McBride 0 A Bowen,
T Yv BUSS, A Brookbanks, J H Branning & co, J S
Cohen, L Cohen A co, J ? Cook, .J H Devereux, B
Foley, Goutevenier Bros, H Hahn. G Hoffman, T
M Horsey k Bro, I Hyman k co, E H Johnston, J
D Johnson, ll Kl at te A co, Kinsman Bros, Rev J
W Lewis, Longstreet, Sell A co, R Lowndes, G J
Luhn, L Newmeyer, Norih, Steele A Wardell, Pal?
metto P C Association, J A Quackenbush, Quluby
A co, U S Quartermaster. A itaoul. Jno Russell, J
stein A co, w shepherd A co, D Solterie. John F
Taylor A co, A It' Stillman. A L Tyler, wm Offer
hardr, H Wessel. A co, G W WUIlanw A co, Wood
A co, w c Bee A co, Cohen, llanckel A co, H L
Chisolm. Jas M Ea ou A Bro, Mrs S Watts, and
Steamship Falcon. Haynie, Baltimore-left -
instant. Mdse. To Mordecai A co. P C Tren
holn. S C Railroad Agent, N E R.llroad Agent.
Holmes ,fc Calder, J E Adger & co. J Madsen, J H
Graver A co. Wm Marseher. Steffens. Werne r A
Oucker. Muller A Wleters, J A Quackeubush. Edw
1'errv, Johnston, Crews A co. Ravenel A Holmes,
(; w*Williams A- co, F L O'Neill, H Klatte A co. J,
Heesemann A Bro, McQueen A Rlecke, L D Meyer,
H Coila ? T H Gerdts A co, Claclu* A Wlue, 1
Frost, Sliackelf?ni & Kelly, Mrs w A Mertens, F C
Bornqr. vv AMerreutz. G U Walter A co. C Kerri?
son, Jr, O Tledemann, J W Caldwell, Bullmahn Bros,
Graves.-* Taylor, Kiugen A co, Goodrich, Wlne?
man * co.
.M L sehr B N Hawkins. Wyatt, New York-4
days.: Mdse.--To WRoach A co, Railroad Agent.
Kliuck. Wlckenberg Jc co. D A Arame, w M Bird
A co, J Hnrkarap .v-co? Muller k Wieters, D Pani
?t co, G il Linds: edt, Boilm?un Bros, JA Blake,
Ciados Ja wine,' Jeffords' k co,-George S Hacker,
J E Adger A co. C D Ahrens, Adams, Damon A co,
J A Blake, c Bart A co, II- HlschofT A co, F C Bor?
ner. J p Brown; Bmrd & Miller, w s Bisseil, McD
Cohen. C fcurckiuyer. .Cameron, Barkley A co.'W
II Ciiafee A co. Clad is ki Witte, fl Cobla A co, E
R Cowperthwait, A F enwreux. T Campbell. D F
Fleming- A co. Howie, Moise A Davis, Douglas k
Miller. B Frlilm.mn k co, Goodrich. Wineman k
co. J U Graver A co, J Gorham, D Go.dsteln. Hurt
k co. J li Hillen, S Jancovich, H Klatte k co, H
Kennedy. Kanapaux A- Gonzalez, Knobeloch k
Small, Kinsman A- Uowell. C Liiient.hal k co, A
Langer; W McLein. Mantoue k co, A McCobb, Jr,
WA Mehrten?, Macaae n k Eiccke, B K Neuf ville,
Osiendultr k co, J F O'Neill, F L O'Neill, B O'Neill,
l) O'Neill k Son, raul, Welch A Brandes, D H Sll
cox. J A Quackeubush, W Shepherd A co, H Her?
ken, Steffens, Werner A Ducker. Stenhouse A co,
R Thomllnson A- co. W Vince, W L Webb, Walker,
Evans ? CogswelL E R White, Wngeiicr A Mou
see.s U Slegilng, J S Ripgs and Ord or.
Sctir B F Lowell. Lovltt, Chlsoim's Island, S C.
Phosphate rock. To Ord -r.
Sehr Alexander Young, Young, Philadelphia-4
days. Coal. To H F Baker k co.
achr J Vanzant,-, Albany, N Y-days.
Lumber. To Order. ".
steamer Dictator. McMillan. Palatka, via Jack
souvUie. Fernaudina and Savannah. 105 bales
cotton, muse. Ac. To J D Aiken A co. O W Witte.
W M Lawton, Plnckncy utos, aeo u m^ruiiuiu .v I
Son, H Klatte k co, Fraser k Dill, R S Yenning.
Stoney A Lowndes, Kinsman k nowell. Reeder A
Davis, Pelzer, Rogers k co. Paul, Welch A Bran?
des, Miss C Langley, W B Williams A Son, John?
ston, Crews k co. J S Schirmer, J F Taylor k co, J
B E Sloan, R Mure & co, and Goodrich, Wineman
Sloop Rebecca, from Pon Pon. 843 bushels
rough rice. To J R Pringle A Son.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York
James Adger A co.
Steamship J W Everman, Hinckley, Philadel?
phia- W A Courtenay.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-Paul C
Br ship W H Moody, Hilton, Liverpool-J A Ens
low k co.
Steamship Manhattan. WoodhuU. New York.
Steamship J W Everman, Hinckley, Philadel?
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore.
Sehr Mary k Eliza, Crowell. Rocksville. S C.
Sehr Starlight, McIntyre, Warren, R I.
Ship Aracan. Spencer, Liverpool.
FROM THIS PORT. .
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, at Baltimore,
Br bark Times, Bryant, Liverpool, October 27.
Brig John Freeman, Baker, Boston, Novem?
Brig Mariposa, Milton, Boston, November 9.
Sehr Samuel McManemy, Nowell, Philadelphia,
Sehr Ralph Carlton, Cartis, Baltimore, Novem?
Sehr Ida Richardson, Bedell. Baltimore, Novem?
Sehr Mott Bedell, Bedell, Alexandria, Va, No?
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Span brig Rosalia, Ximelia, from Havana, No?
GEORGETOWN, November 12-Arrived 8th, sehr
Susan Wright,-, New York; 9th, sehr C S
Webb, Brewster, New York.
LIST OF VESSELS
CF, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
F O R ?7 G N .
Br bark Yumuri. Campbell, cleared....October 19
Bark Benjamin Ossena. HUI. sailed.October 10
Spanish brig Rosalia, Xl me Ha, sid_November 4
DOM E~8 TIC.
Sehr Emma Dongles, Ellis, sailed.October 23
Bark Aurelia. Lincoln, up.October ll
Sehr Grace Girdler. Smith, cleared.october 23
Sehr Montana, Hearse, np.Nov 4
NEW YORK. .
Sehr Robt Palmer, Daboll, cleared..November 9
Sehr Florence Rogers, Sheppard, up.Nov 5
Sehr H G Hand, Hand, up.Nov 5
Sehr John Mottler, Barlow, cleared.... October 31
jyjEETING STREET FOUNDfiT j
THIS ESTABLISHMENT D3 NOW FURNISHING THE IM?
McCABTHT COTTON OIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Of various sizes, on hand.
Improved Vertical and Horizontal Corn Mills,
Sugar Mills, Sugar Boilers and Pans, of ai;
Horse-Powers and Gm Gearing, from o to is feet
Improved Lever Cotton Presses, for Hand, Power,
Saw and Rice Mills.
Machinery and Casi inga of all descriptions made
Particular attention paid to Boase fronts and
Cas tin RS for Buildings, Gratings, dst em Coven,
Sash Weights, ic, AC.
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER,
NO. 314 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, g 5.
_ .'*__ pipping,.,,,_
lp O B SEW YORK,
ON TUESDAY? NOVEMBER1 15,' AT -
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECK STATE
OLD LINE SEW YORK AND CH ARLES?
ESTABLISHED 1 8 4 5.
The very fast and splendid Side-wheel Steamship
JAMES A DOER, T. J. Lockwood/ Commander,
will sall from-Adger'B Wharf as above.. _ .
tS~ Insurance by this line half per cent.
For Freight or Passage, apply tO'
JAMES ADGEK A CO., Agents.
.aa-The CAMPION win follow and sail on
SATUKbAT, Novemberl9, at 3 o'clock, P. M.
novl4-2_,. . ._
jp O E S E Vi YORE.
ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17TH, AT 4
- : O'CLOCK- P.-'M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
. . . - '?? '.. ::: .rt ?:' I ' ..
STATE-ROOMS ALL OX DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Side Wheel Steamship
SOOTH CAROLINA; Beckett, Commander, will sall
for New York on THURSDAY. November 17th, at 4
O'clock, P M.. from Pier Ko. 2. Union Wharves,
connecting with Day Passenger' Trains from Co?
lumbia and Angosta; arriving ar. haii-past 3 P. M. '
Insurance bp Steamers of tins Line >; per cent.
Fdr Freight Engagements or Passage, having
very "ne stare-room accommodations, apply to
WAGNER, HUGER A CO""So.' 26 Broad street, or
to WM.-A. COURTENAY, No.l Union Wharves.
rjlHROUGH BILLS 'LADING'' TO AND
PROM fl ALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The One Steamship FALCON, Haynie,
Commander, will sad Tor Baltt-i_
more on THURSDAY, 17th November, ari o'clock,
P. M. - . . '. "' ':. ?
??WT Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
cipy by railroad from Baltimore without, add I
tlonal Insurance, and Consignees are aUowed am?
ple time sample and sell their Goods frc m
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia,
. . PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent.
novl4-4_ - No. 2 Cnlon Wharves.
pAClFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
f [THBOUOH LINS TO , ;
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pier
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal, _ _
street. New York, at 12 o'clock noonK of the Ri
and 20th of every month ?creept when these
dates fall on Sunday, theu the Saturday preced
BepannrffOT^e*l20th"C(mns<rt at Panama with
steamers for So nth Pacific aud central American
porta Those of 4th touch at Manzanillo, i : .. :
.Steamship JAPAN. leaves San Francisco for Ja?
pan and China October 1, 1870.
No California steamers touch at Havana, bu:
go direct from New York to AsplnwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets.or other Information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on rnp
wharr foot of Canal street, North River. New
York. F. R, BABY, Agent.
Julyie-lyr. . ..
?piOR FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE,
PILATKA AND POINTS ON THE
- ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
The steamer ELIZA n A NC ox, Cap- _ . ^tT^?^
talo L. W. Bums, will receive Frelght??^?^gj
for the above points, at South Atlantic whan,
TO-MORKOW. (Tuesday)itlie 16th instant, and leave
on WEDNESDAY MORNLVO, the 16th Instant; at 7
o'clock. . ?
Connecting at Savannah with Florida steamers,
Passengers and Freight will have dispatch to all
points In Florida ac as low rates as by any other
For engagements, apply to
?AVENEL A HOLMES,
novl4-2_No. 177 East Bay.
TIMETABLE OF STEAMER "ARGO,"
FOR NOVEMBER, 1870.
FOR EDISTO, ROCKVILLE. ENTERPRISE, Ac,
ON TUE-DAYS-EDI STO, ENTERPRISE. Ac,
ON FRIDAYS-INLAND ALL THE WAY.
The Steamer "ARGO" will re?
ceive Freight, as above, at South At-__
tantlc Wharf, on MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, and
leave as follows:
CHARLESTON. I EDISTO.
Tuesday,-1st,. .1 P. MlWednesday, 2d, ll AM
Friday, 4th, 2 P M Saturday, 6th, 1 P M
Tuesday, 3th, 6 A M Wednesday, oth, 2.si A M
Friday, nth. 8 A M Saturday, 12th, 6AM
Tuesday, 16th, ll A M?Wednesday,16th, 0>?AM
Friday, 18th, 2 P M Saturday, 10th, 12 M
Tuesday. 22d, 6 A M Wednesday,23d, 2)i PM
Friday, 26th, 8* A M Saturday. 26th. 7AM
Tuesday, 29th, lly, A M Wednesday, 30th, 9AM
Freight received until one hour before leaving,
but none after sunset. .
DOUGLAS NISBET, Agent;
Office on Accommodation Wharf.
N. B.-Freight and wharfage payable on the
wharf. ' . oct29
R F LOR IDA,
TWICE A WEEK.
FOR SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON?
VILLE, PILATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
The Steamer DICTATOR, Captain _ ^*JT^w
George E. McMillan, will sall ?romjjgSggg?
Central Wharf for above points every TUESDAY
EVENING, at 8 o'clock, arriving back at Charles?
ton every SUNDAY AFTERNOON, at 6 o'clock.
The Steamer CITY POINT, Captain D. B. Vin?
cent, will sall from Central Wharf for above points
every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock, arriving
back at Charleston WxdNESDAY AFTERNOON, at 6
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
octio_Nc 5 central Wharf.
X^TEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
FOR PACIFIC LANDING. BEAUFORT. HILTON
HEAD, SAVANNAH. DARIEN AND
The favorite Steamer
Captain L. W. BURNS,
will receive Freight at South Atlan- r . ?JT^a>
tlc wharf for above points every ??n?taC
TUESDAY, and leave on every WEDNESDAY MORN
INO, at 7 o'clock, arriving at Savannah the same
evening, and leaving for Derlen, Ac, the follow?
ing morning. Returning, will leave Savannah for
Charleston every MONDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or passage, apply to
RAVENEL A HOLMES.
seplO _No. 177 East Bay.
QEORGETOWN STEAM PACKET.
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain C. - wdF?N
C. White, will receive Freight atjgggaESE
Commercial Wharf, every SATURDAY and WED
NESDAY, and leave each port as follows :
Charleston, SUNDAY and WEDNESDAY NIGHT at
Georgetown. TUESDAT and FBIDAY MORNING at
On SATURDAY River Freight will be received for
Kelthfleld and Weymouth Mills, and on WEDNES?
DAY for Brookgreen and Waverly Mills.
: For engagements, apply to
' t:?:? SHACKELFORD A KELLY,
oct23-imr Boyce's Wharf.
T?f ? R"?' N E 'vj-'- . K' ;. f.
?he Une clipper packet Schooner B. N. ?i?j?
HAWKINs-is now ready for engagementsSS*
for above port at low mt ?'.
novl4-mw2 WM. R-JACH & CO.. Agenta;
jp O P. L I.J E R P O O L .
The first-class (small capacity) Bark "RO- ? J3t*
BETTA MCNEILL." Sprawl, Master, having SBft
su largs portion of ber. cargo engaged, and going
on board, will have prompt dispatch as above;
. For engagements, apply to '.' .
nov!2-mwf J. A. ENSLOW A CO.
O il 'L I V E R P O O L'.
The FIrar-cIass Bark "ADELAIDE NOR?
RIS," Reed, Master, having half her cargo J_
engaged, and going on board, will have dispatch
for above port. For eugagements. applv to.
. novll . . . J. A. ENSLJW A CO.
. ? Tho small Al American Barqoe SHARPS
BURG, Rogers. Master, having three-fourths_
or her cargo engaged, will be dispatched ror t
above port. '
For Freight engagements, apply to
STREET BROTHERS 4 CO.,
No. 74 East Bay. or
octlSmwf BAGGETT A CO., Atlantic Wharf.
J1REIGHT AND PASSAGE REDUCED.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON LINE
FOUR TIMES A WEEK TO AND FROM
PILOT BOY leaves Charleston for
Savannah every MONDAY, at 8 A.M._
DICTATOR leaves charleston Tor Savannah
every TUESDAY, at 8 P. M.
PILOT BOY leaves Charleston for Savannah
every THURSDAY, at 8 A. M.
CITY POINT'leaves Charleston for Savannah
every FRIDAY, at 8 A. M.
PILOT BOY leaves Savanah for Charleston
every TUESDAY, at 7 A. M. ..
CITY POINT lt/aves Savannah for Charleston
every WEDNESDAY, at 8 A. M.
PILOT BuY leaves Savannah for Charleston
every FRIDAY, at 7-A. M. .
DICTATOR leaves Savannah for Charleston
every SCNDAY, at. 8 A. M.
The PILOT BOY will stop at Pacific Landing,
Beaufort and the usual Landings on the inside
route both ways, and go through by daylight.
Freight received at ceutral Whorl every day
and stored free of expense.
J. D. AIKEN A CO.,
oct.8 Central Wharf.
iDatcrjes, JJcraclrrj, Ut.
.^riLLIAM Gr WHILDEN & CO.
Have on hand a large and handsome"stock ol
S IL V ER- WARE,
AND FANCY GOOD.-S.
And are now receiving their FALL STOCK.'whlch
has been recently selected from the beat manu?
facturers North. ' .
Their stock of goods, of . direct Importation,
FINE CHINA DINNER AND TEA SETS,
CUT GLA-S DECANTERS,
' GOBLETS, WLNES,
Is complete, which they offer at reduced prices,
in accordance with the low price of Gold.
Visitors to the city are requested to call and In?
spect their stock*.
966 KINO STREET,
WM. G. WHILDEN. STEPHEN THOMAS. JR.,
mellie WM. S. LANNEAC. 8mos
iflochinerp, (Hastings. Ut.
JJIDER GOVERNOR CUT-OFF ENGINES
HORIZONTAL, VERTICAL AND INCLINED.
Embracing, tn;hoot complication, all the per?
fections attained in the most complex ENGINES,
the smallest size* having all the excellence of the
larger ones, a feat ure not possible in any other
construction or high class expansion Engines.
The greatest attauiHole economy and perfect
regulation, by the most simple and durable mech?
anism. A large number now in operation.
Pamphlets and price list un application.
DELAMATER IRON WORKS,
Foot of West Thirteenth street, New York.
JJACON'S TRUNK ENGINES
FOR ALL PURPOSES. COMPACT, DURABLE
BACON'S STEAM AND BELT
For Manufacturers, stores, Docks, Ships, Ac.
Price Hst on application.
DELAMATER IRON WORKS,
Foot of West Thirteenth street, New York.
jgRICSSON'S CALORIC ENGINE.
SAFE, ECONOMICAL, DURABLE.
USES NO WATER. REQUIRES NO ENGINEER.
Having made arrangements ror mannracturlng
this ENGINE on au extensive scale, we are now
prepared to rurnlsh to all desirlug a light power,
the best and most-economical Engine ever oirered
to the public.
DELAMATER IRON WORKS,
Foot or We6t Thirteenth street, New York.
Branch 0nice-JAS. A. ROBINSON,
augl0-ws3mos* No. 130 Broadway.
JgNGLISH ROOFING FELT.
A CHEAP, DURABLE AND LIGHT PERMANENT
ROOFING for Houses, Depots, Public Buildings,
Farm Buildings, Ac, Ac. For sale by
H. L. CHISOLM,
noYl-tathLmo Adger's North Wharf.
T.! KIJSGSFOBD & SON, MAN?FACTOR?RS. ?
THIS STARCH has'istaMuhed greater celebrity than any other ever obtained, and." A vine re?
cent ly doubled the capacity if their worse, they will now be'able to meet the demand. Ylielr worts
are the largest of the kind ra the world, the production, being .over twenty tona each c"?y. "
The great desideratum tn tho Starch, and that which ls exceedingly difficult to secure, ls uniform
good quality. NONE OF INFERIOR GRADES IS EVER WANTED.3Y THE CONSUMER; and every
Grocer ls aware of the annoyance caused by even a slijtut variation In the quality. None below tne
standard ls ever allowed to po out or the ractory, and not a oox. ha* ever been returned to them as
d?fectlve. IT WILL KEEP PERFECFLT SWEET FOR YEARS IN ANY CLIMATE. -
Mr. KINGSFORD has been engaged In the manufacture of Starch for THIRTY-NINE YEAP.S, and
ii the Inventor of the process of making CORN STARCH. , -.
The subscribers are soleAgents for Messrs. T. KINGSFORD A SON'S STARCH, and are prepared to>
1 urnish the wholesale and TCtall trade at MANUFACTURER'S PRICES.
OCtl2-2mos -2_ HENRY GERDTS & ??.? Agents..
Cotton Sics. 4
This TIE combines the advantages of great strength, simplicity and ease in manipulation; and.
the difficulty of taking up the entire slack of the Band In the operation of pressing and compressing
ls entirely obviated.. ... ?
From those who have used thf m we have assurances that they are preferred to' any Tie pre?
viously tried. ?san
Belnr Manufacturer's Agents for the sale of this admirable Tie in South Carolina, we have an_
ample stock on hand from which we can All orders from Planters or the Trade at the lowest market
- W C . ' BEE & CO..
AGB?NTS FOR" SOUTH CAROLINA, ADGER'S W H?A R F .
octi2-wmfimo ' , ' ' .
T I P P U A K S:
G B EUT G E R 31A 5 B ITTERS.
THE PUREST MEDICATKD CORDIAL
.T H E A G E !
aa-Lippmau'? Great German Hitters strength.
ens >he debilitated.
?irLippman's Great German Litu-rs sirenjitli
ena tau consumptive.
49~LippmanTH Great German Bitters cure?
?5~Li pp man's Great German Ritters, the.mOBt
delightful and eileen ve in the world..
49-Llppman's Great German Bitters caren
"never well" people.
eyLlppman'a Great German .Bitters gives an
49-Llppman'B Great German Bitters enres
Liver Complaint. "> .
4E9*Llppman's Great German Bitters gives tone
to digestive organs. .
49-Llppman's Great German Bitters enres
as-Lippman's Grcrt German Bitters, the best
avLlppman's Great German Bitters regulates
the itoweis. .
43"Llppman's Great Geiman Bitters excites
the Torpid Liver.
49>Lippmnn's Great German Bitters, best
?y-Lippmair? G:tat German Bitters will give
youthful vigor. .
asrLippmanL'y Great German Bitters cure*
??Llppman's Great German Bitters, the
favorite of Germany.
aa-Llppnian's Great German Bitters prevents
dillis and Fever.
49-Llppmun"a Grear German Bitters has met
with success everywhere.
CHARLOTTESVILLE VA., May, 1ST0. j
MESSRS. JACOB LUTJIAN ? BRU.:
Gentlemen-I certify that I have examln- :
ed Hin! used in my practice Lippman's Great Ger- :
nmn Bitters. 1 regard them as an admirable 1
toulc and appetizer. J. W. POINDEXTER, M. D.
Depots in Charleston S. C.: '
W. G. TROTT, ED. S. BURNHAM,
A. W. ECKEL A CO., G. J. LULLS,
Vf. A. SKRINE
HENRY BISCHOFF A CO.
STEFFENS. WERNER A DUCKER,
BOWIE. MOISE * DAVIS, Druggist*,
CLAC1US A WITTE.
THE GREAT CHILI. AND FEVER EXPELLEB
ONE DOSE STOPS THE CHILLS.
NEAR GRAHAMVILLE, S. C., November io, 1889.
Dear Sir-Please send me half dozen bottles ol
your invaluable and Infallible Pyrafuge. The
bearer himself w as cured nf 1 ;w<> ears': till and
fever, and Ids whole family, it tia* >I-ver railed
In a single case. Yours respect 1 u:ly,
WM. F. ROBERT.
We annex herewith one of the many certlfl
cates for the famous "OIL OF LIFE," in our pos?
MAYOR'S OFFICE, GRIFFIN, GA., 1
February 8, 1868. j
This is to certify that I have used Professor H.
H. Kayron's "Oil of Life" in my ramily. In a case
of aggravated "Neuralgia in the Face," and after
three applications, gave permanent relief.
oct25-36 w. M. CLINE. Mayor.
SATIN GLOSS STARCH
In Six Pound Boxes and One Pound Papers.
Gives a Beautiful, WHITE and GLOSSY FINISH,
besides renders Fabrics very' durable.
No. other Starch ?0 easily med, or so
"Use it onoe, tintl I
You. will use no other. .
DUR YEAS' IMPROVED
Made with great care, from the choicest White Corn.
D UR YE AS'
A choice preparation of the finest portions of Starch, 1
from carefully selected white Southern Corn. j
UNEQUALLED AS AN ARTICLE OF FOOD,
OX AS A DELICACY,
By any other Preparation from Com.
None of the aboye Goods genuine with
oat Darrean' on crery package.
IdfT* Persons unable to procure our goods from their I
regular grocer,.on addressing the Manufacturers, |
49 and 51 Park Place, New York City, will be directed
to those in their vicinity who will supply them.
? ri fil I.I fe , ??
BENBYS' RETB?AT,, JQIT
No. 107 BAST BAY, ONE DOOR BELOW BROAJ>
.. STREET. urlS
1. Restaurant. rp.,,
2. Oysters always fresh on hana."
3. FREE LUNCH from hair-past 10 ' o'clock
4. Meals at all horns. Dinner served from 12.
to 4P. H."
5. Meals served on Sunday until 2 P. M.'
6. The best IMPORTED WINES, Liquors and
Hay ana Cigars.. .
7. Onlr': place in town for good genuine Hot
Tom and Jerry. .?>.
Give moa call. -,
Formerly Barkeeper as the Mids House.
aep2a-3mos ; -.- ? ? . ? -, ?ki
?10 LU MB IA H O T EL ,
' COLUMBIA, Bi C.,' sq
? WM. GORMAN, PROPRIETOR, .
Tile Pi'Oprtetors of this pleasantly located and
elegantly furnished. Establishment, at the State
Capital, desire to inform'the travelling public and;
other? seeking accommodations, tha'. the "CO?
LUMBIA" ls in evervH?pect-a-first-class HoteL
unsurpassed .by .any .ut the State or the United
states, Srtuatwi in1 'the business cehtre: of the- i
etty, with rine larjre airy rooms, and a tablesnp
Slted with every delicacy, of the season, both from
. cw York and Charleston markets, the Proprle
tors pledge themselves that no efforts will bo
spared to give perfect satisfaction in every re?
A first-class Livery Stable ls attached to the
Hotel, where vehloles'Of every description can be
hart at the shortest notice; IT itali
. Omnibuses attend the arrival end departure of
every Train, and passengers are carried, to and
from the Hotel FRBB op CHARGE. U :L;
.! .v.lin iii: ... ..>; rill . WM. GORMAN.' .
aprl3 wfm i ,-.r. .n ._ :*,?...,.; o
.J^JONEY CANNOT BUY IT I
FOR SIGHT IS PRICELESSII
The DIAMOND GLASSES, manufactured by J. E.
SPENCER A CO., New York, willoh are now offered
to the public, are pronounced byall the celebrated
Opticians of the world to l e t he most Perfect, Na?
tural Artificial I elp to the human eve ever known.
They are ground under their own supervision,
from minute Crystal Pebbles, melted together,
and denve their name. "Diamond," on account
or their hardness and brilliancy/
The scientific principle on which they are con?
structed brlngs.the core or centre of the lens di?
rectly in front of the eye, producing a clear and
distinct vision, as in the natural, healthy sight,
and preventing all unpleasant sensations, such as
glimmering and wavering of sight, dizziness, Ac,
peculiar to all othersin use.
They are mounted in the finest manner, In
frames of the best quality, of - all materials used
for th at purpose. Taelr finish and d u ra b ill ty can?
not be surpassed.
CAUTION-None genuine unless bearing their
trade mark stamped on every frame.
JAMES ALLAN, ...
No. 307 King street.'
oct31-mwslyr Charleston, 8. C.
Boots, Srjoes, &t.
D.TNiLl & SONS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BOOTS, SHOES il "I RIMS,
No. 33 HAYXE-ST.j
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STlTCB
ire the best In use.
For sale on the Lease Plan, with monthly pay?
ments, on easy terms, or for cash. All kinai? of
Machine attachments. Needles, Cotton, (white,
?lack and colored.) Silk, OIL Soap, Ac, Ac .,
Repairing as usual. .Circulars and samples or
work sent on application. - ??????
General Dealer In First Class Sewing Ma?
chines and Material, No. 307 King stree;,
angi7 Charleston, 8. C.
gUPEBIOK COLOGNE WAT EB?
Manufactured and fer sale by ?
Dr. H. BAKR
ootc 181 Meeting fiftew