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On the Sea Beach.
/ Hoarse and exult lng,
, Raving and swirling,
. /' Boiling and seething,
/ Foaming and whirling,
/ Baking the pebbles,
' Harsh and discordant,
Gnawing the boulders,
-. Venomous, mordant,
Gorged to repletion.
/ Craving for m re.
/ Back ro ls the bellovtlng
/ Tide from the shore.
Yet was ita task-work
is Yet were its laurels
j Loyally won.
( Bedded in sea weed,
, Cradled in Band,
KU Waifs of the ocean
' ^ Claimed by the land.
Fairer than marble,
Colder than clay,
Dewed by bapilsmal
?/tops of the spray,
Just where Ute rollers
Cease to invade.
There are two children
Two llttie hands
Linked In each other
.Two little angels,
Sister and brother.
St?. Lilies tn purity.
3?w Oberubs in lorm,
"?T Waits from the death-wreck,
Trophies of storm.
Father and mother
Say, where are they t
Saved from the surges
Thirsting for prey ?
Saved to behold
What the ocean has landed ?
Saved to deplore
What the billows have stranded ?
Saved to ba hltherwarJ,
Se God, In His mercy,
^.jMa^ ? Grant they are dead i
IP Sfe PARIS BRIGHT AND GAT.
BraaPStlll Great French Metropolis Ke
^?"?Pgjapfcovcrlag Ka Former Proiperlly.
A correspondent writing to the Baltimore
American says of Paris:
The work of restoring all the palaces and
buildings destroyed by the Commune and
repairing all the damage Inflicted by the war
!s steadily progressing. The walls of tue pal?
aces all stood firm, and even the Hotel de
Ville will soon show no trace ol' the destroyer.
Thonsands ol workmen are everywhere "en?
gaged in the work ol reconstruction, and^ge
t Column Vendome will soon commence to rise
. again, the base of which ls carefully railed in
again and made ready for sustaining the
Public buildings are also being erected in
varions parts ot the city. The Column of July,
which was damaged by the mob, is scaffolded
and thronged with workmen irom base to
sutue, and the damage done to the Td um- j
ifljgr- phat Arch by German shells has already been j
Sp repaired. New statuary is being erected In I
T the Place de la Concorde, the Bois de Bou-1
logue ls resuming Its former attractions, and I
the Champs Elysees was never more bright
and gay than at the present time. The thea
tren are all open and crowded with visitors,
and the Boulevards at night, for miles In ali I
directions, are thronged with people, and the I
.stores and cafes brilliant with gas Jets reflect
ad from the countless mirrors which cover!
their Interior wallB.
ptThe Academy of Music, at the Juncture of I
the Boulevard Capuchlnes and the Bue de la i i
Paix, which bas boen lo course of construe-11
tlon for six years, ls not yet finished. This I'
will be the greatest structure of ibe kind lu M
the world, its front being not less than 300 1
feet. The Interior work and adornments we I.
saw rapidly progressing, and lt will doubtless I j
be opened In four or five mouths. It exceeds 11
-la magnificence all of th" JJ iblic buildings In I <
?-gfejParla, and 1B surrounded siatuary repre- t
*3&jfentlng all the great musical composera and C
f^flie queens of song. On its dome there is a I(
I - large group of figures, the central one hold-1.
lng a lyre over his bead. The architecture 1B I ;
moat imposing, lt having been erected re-1 \
garateas ot cost, which, lt ls said, will be near-1 t
ly Aileen millions ot francs when completed. 11
IIt Is difficult at night to cross any el the 11
jnlevards of Paris without danger of being 11
a over by the stream of carriages that are I 1
pldly moving In every direction. They rad-1 !
? to all points of the city to the extent 11
obably ol fifty miles, and everywhere are f j
ranged with people, whilst the broad pave-1 ?
e. monta in front of the innumerable cafes are j g
Ulled with chairs and tables, at which the I i
promenaders stop for rest and to take refresh-1I
ment?. It would seem that two-thirds of the I \
population are .on the streets or in the Champs I *
Elysees at night, while more than a dozen \
theatres, two circuses, numerous concert halls, I (
and five dancing gardens are Ulled to over- ?
flowing. I c
On Sunday evening a great many of the
large stores have their windows Ut up for the IC
display of goods, but their doors are closed, I J
and there appear to be no salesmen In attend-1 \
ance. The eales are all lu full blast, however, I \
and doing an extra heavy business. The best I i
of order ls everywhere maintained, and every I c
body appears cheerful and in high spirits, | c
notwithstanding the recent national reverses.
There are no beggars on the streets, us in I (
London, and an almost entire absence of street I (
vendors of all kinds, except women and girls I '
witta fruit for sale. In London, crowds of
ragged boys and glrlB Interrupt you every 11
moment with matches or something for sale, 11
and whine and whimper until you are com-11
polled to give them something to get rid of J t
them. In Paris we have not met one of ibis 11
class, who seem* to be altogether excluded I .
from the street traffic. j
A GOOD TALKER.
Monologue Entertainment by a Vir?
The,"Mon th ly Gossip," In the October num?
ber ol Llpplncotl's Magazine, contains this
Perhaps the most brilliant conversationalist
tnat Virginia or the United States ever pro?
duced was the Ute Littleton Waller Tazewell.
Unfortunately for rds reputation as lo consis?
tency and firmness of opinion, his mind was so
capacious and WeB stored that it was Impossi?
ble for him not _o see all sides of any subjeot
on which he conversed, and hence lt was not
always easy-indeed, it was often extremely
difficult-ror his bearers to ascertain what his
real opinion was. In illustration of this pecu?
liarity of Governor Tazewell, the following
anecdote ls told:
When tiie nullification trouble was at KB
height Mr. Calhoun senf, William C. Preston to
Richmond to sound the first Governor Floyd,
father ot John B. Floyd, Secretary of War un?
der Buchanan, as. to wha; might be expocted
of Virginia In case South Carolina became In?
volved In a conflict with the Federal Govern?
ment. The question being ou? ot great Impor?
tance, and Governor Floyd having ibo utmost
confidence in Governor Tazewell's Judgment,
the latter was summoned to the State Capital,
and the conference took place in tbe Execu?
tive Mansion at night Boon after supper.
Mr. Tazewell, being called upon for bis opin?
ion, began. A stream of brilliant and forcible
words poured from his fluent lips, enchaining
and delighting his two auditors. At the expi?
ration of an liour Governor Floyd ventured lo
Interrupt him: "Your opinion, then, is-"
"Walt a moment," said Tazewell. Diverging
from the line of his previous remarks, he cor?
uscated lor another hour as forcibly as belore.
It was then Preston's turn to intercept- and
if possible arrest-the flow of talk:
"We may conclude, then, Mr. Tazewell,
that yon hold-"
"No, not at all. You quite misapprehend
me." Taking another point of departure, he
went on from hour to hour, zigzagging and
worm-fencing at each interruption, until at
last broad daylight flooded the room.
"Bless my soul!" said he, looking up sur?
prised, "lt Is morning! ?Floyd, If you will give
me a bowl of water to wash my face, and a
Julep, I will He down for an hour or two to
rest mj3eif; and to night, If you choose, we
will resume our conversation. I am afraid I
have not made myself quite clear to either of
The water and the Julep were duly brought,
and the fluent talker went up to his chamber.
Floyd and Preston remained staring at each
other for a long time In profound silence. At
length Mr. Preston said, "Have you any Idea
what Mr. Tazewell's real opinion ls?"
"None whatever. Have you?"
"Not thefremoteu conception. Do you think
he has any opinion?" "]
"Mest certalnly*n4H has every opinion that J
any man every ruBSt?BDuld nave on thia sub- 0
jed, and a grjwaBKff more besides. But 81
what his Anal jHfjjf W^ be. no living man, <
not even Tazewsf^Hielf, will ever discern." l'
The "conveiWIoiv' as Mr. Tazewell waa *
pleased to call lt, was never resumed.
? -Alter the adjournment of the Preciot Con?
vention at Greenwood on Monday, a cutting
affray, caused by some political difference of
opinion, took place, In which Daniel Tarrant
was badly cnt in the arm by Barney Faunt?
OFF! Cl AZ.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the PostofTloe
at charleston, Tor the week ending September 20.
1372, and printed officially In Tax UAH.Y NBWS,
aa the newspaper having the largest circulation
in the City of Charleston.
_STANLEY Q. TROTT. Postmaster.
Al bern, Maggie
Bennett, Mrs A
Blohrae, Fran D
B oo td, M ia S
Carmel, M ra
Chase. Miss M C
Chase, Mrs P S
Cross, Mary L
Leas, Miss H.
Deboo, Mrs A M
Duffy, Mary E
Gadsden, Mrs L
Gage, Mrs Capt
Gad8on, Mrs S
Holt, Diana '
Howard, Miss S
Joyce, Mrs John
Michel, .Mrs G
Mtshen, Mrs D
Mood, Mattie L
Morrison, Mrs E
Mc Bilde, Mary
Ohlandt, Mia A
Porcher, Miss M
Prince, Mrs Geo
Reynolds, Mis E
Roberts, Mai y
Ross, Mrs Ed?
malla. Marl i M
sm 11 li, Miss H R
Smith, Ellen K
Smith, Cell i
Vince, Mrs Wm
Wheeler, M rs RE
White, Miss Ma?
Albrecht, Emit tiaefceman, W Riietr.. col Al
Alston, J. s D Hain. T fred
Baxby, Jjcob V llarper. FM Klcliardson, D
Sall, HE -Hinze), Peter Rivera, J
aa ker, LB Helm ken, Jo- Rivera, w u
Sen, Neptune hann Robertson, sam
Sennett, Sals- Hicks. H H ot-l
berry Hoffmann, Solo- Robinson, Alex
lenette, Archy mun R' dgers, J H
Jianken, Clans Hoffman, W Rodger*, P D
H Holly. C F Scott, Wm H
toyer, Hlnrlch Honman, R D -enir-saer. Geo
irrt-1 ley, John L i lom, WA Schnaert, J H
irldgham, T S Inabinet, Jno C L
Jrown, Richard Jacobs A Scoroder, J U
?rown, Geo Johanns, J F <eebeck, H
?rown, Robert Jones, Jos H Senaten, D
Irown, James Jones, Benj dem Ken, Johann
irlckman, w H JohiiBon, Rich- Serra, Salvador
Jrothers, Jno B ard Shailer, Capt O
?urns, J Dong Johnson, AW W
las K.-iiev. Michael Shaw, Albert
?urdow. Louis Kelly, J shepard. D H
Ju rn. Jr, G W . King Btreer, 404 sh i rar, AI thar
Jarlelgb, W H Kiernan, P H Simons, G S
"apr el, J Klenke, John H Slnkler, Wm
tarroll, Martin ' Leighton, w W singleton, John
muffee. H K BIduning,Jarars Small, D W
?hevaller, Mon- E Smalls, simm
slenr F Uappns, J ama ls, Delfenla
)halk,JnoG Mathews, S Smith, Alex
/'leaper P A Meyer, A F Smith, Thoa B
Joroes. Ralph Meyer, Jno F sim tn, R W A
vanner, A B Meyer, J s Spencer, Rlch
)avi8, Abram J Middleton, Wm ard
'CVeaux, J P Mills. Ric baid Spencer, N B
lea?nall. U Miras, David Splnker, Henry
>evlne, ste hen Mi cheil, W B R Strauss, Morrliz
)onahoe. John More, J L steedmao, T 0
luPre, .Dr John Moultrie, T J Sulivan. Patrick
0 Mnckenfass.Geo ^nmmero.Frank
Ungi-?, J S Thee, Jno H
iudall. Mosca Marrar, A 0 Tuomeou, John
Itter, H A Mustafer, James Tinkharn, Joe
i'aulllBg, w N Myers, David Tupper, K
'ickiln, P F Myers Julius Walsh. James
",ck in, Prince McBride, char- Ware, Joana
?oxweil. H F lie A Wallace. Robert
'owler, Edward Mclntire, Colo- washington,
?urman. L S ne) Geo P simpy
hardener. Ellas Palmer, Clinton Washington, M
?Ibblns. Michael 0 B
Mllns, Ish- Paine, P Rossel u halen, Mlch
m J el Peacock, P L ael
kibogar, James Phillips, Frank WhIWen, W H
(rant, John A D White, Stephen
Irecn, Cornelius Pillsbury, Hon Whitey, Bates A
ireoti, A V Gilbert Oo,
ireen, George Plessmann. G W Wilkins, Dr
Ireen, Adara Potter, James A Williams, W W
treen. Manuel Porter, Theo A Woblken, H
?regory, ta ch Polk, Jr. Caro- Woodward, W.
er lina (col'd) Wrede, H
?ner, John Preston, R J wngbt, u u
Jragem, JacnnS Preston, W K Young, John
M3f Persons depositing letters in the Postofflee
vUl please place the stamp near the upper right
tand corner of the envelope, and they wul also
ilease to remember that without the stamp a let?
er cannot be malled, but will be sent to the Dead
Detter Office. *
PATENTED OCTOBER 10, 1871.
Wo take pleasure In presenting to the planters
nd public a Horse Power gotten np by Messrs.
HUG UT A WARNOCK, of Barnwell and Beau
ort Counties, S. 0. which ls a most perfect ma?
llina. The said Power will give greater speed at
he expense of less power than anything vet in
i8e; ls strong, simple and durable. Can be used
mn eqnal ease for gtnnlng cotton, threshing
train, pumping water, Ac. WUL on a forty-saw
tin in good order, with two mules, moderate
tait, gin 1600 pounds lint cotton per day; brisk
Irlvlng 2000 pounds. One mule can pall lt; light
'or two. lt sits in a frame in the house; can be
irranged to gin with the gin and gear sitting on
Another Important feature or this Power ls
hat the rising or falling of the floor of the house
loes not affect the working of the gear m any
This lBa Southern enterprise, and no humbug
Price $126, and freight, ready for putting np.
G. H. KIRKLAND and W. A. CLARK,
Allendale, S. c.,
Agents for south carolina.
G. H. KIRKLAND, Agent for North Carolina.
RI. FKK KN CES:
Kev. Messrs. Joseph A. Lawton* and Joseph
loatlck,* of the Savannah River Assocta
ion, Allendale; Captain W. M. Bostick,* Allen
lalo; Rev. Messrs. D. J. Simmons and F. Milton
kennedy, of the South Carolina Conference; Gen
ral Johnson Hagood, Barnwell Courthouse;
Japtaln R. D. Senn, columbi *; F. J. Pelzer, Esq.,
md Messrs. Reeder A Davis, Charleston, S. 0.
?Those marked thus have Been the Power at
Drugs at IDtiolcsale.
REACHING THE NORTH POLE.-IT
ls claimed that the North Pole will certain
r oe nacbed by one of the expeditions now in
earch or lt. Suppose lt should be, and tue A mer?
lan flag should be hoisted there, to revolve with
ie axH of earth once In twenty-foar hours (I)
rhat then ? would the discovery be one-tenth as
aluaole to the world in general as
'sirrant'a Effervescent Seltzer Aperient j
i to the sick and suffering ? Is not an agreeable
reparation, that will care Indigestion, constipa
on, nervousness, bilious complaints, and all inan?
er of internal disturbances arising from debility,
' more Importance to mankind than the location
: the Pole? Ratherl The true article ls procar
>le at all good drag stores, sepl2-12
t)a:e, (Haps, ?"c.
HATS, CAPS, CANES,
Having Jnat retnrncd from New York with a
floe stock or the above articles, I am now pre
pared to offer them to my friends and the public
LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
CHILDREN'S FANCY HATS A
C. C. PLENGKB,
No. aOl KING STBEET.
FALL GOODS IN VARIETY,
THE LATEST STYLE?.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING ALL THE
H, A.Y EsiT NOVELTIES
HATS, CATS, CANES & UMBRELLAS.
SILK HATS from $5 to $8,
FELT HATS from $1 to $7,
WOOL HAT j from 60 Ct?, to $2,
And BOYS' and YOUTHS' HATS from 60 eta. to $2.
Oar GOODS are Guaranteed to be of the Bejt
Baiertals, and all of the Newest styles.
Pleasure taken In showing them to any one at
Temple or Fashion.
JOHNSON & BROWN.
No. 209 KINO STREET,
ENGLISH ROOFING FELT.
A CH BAP. DURABLE AND LIGHT PERMA?
NENT HOOFING. Por sale by
H. L. 0HI8OLM.
sept21-l Adger's Wharf.
?r?tenes, liquors, ?rr.
AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON.
We have appointed Messrs. H. KLATTE A CO.
*oio Agents for Charleston for th's Celebrated
Brand of PURE KENTOCKr WHISKEYS, both
K YES and BOURBON.
These WhlBkeys are gnaranteed pore KENTUCKY
30PPKR DISTILLED. free from all compound im?
purities, and highly recommended by eminent
jhemlsts for medical use. The Brand Is patented
:o prevent infringements.
BARKHOUSE BROS. A CO.,
Wc rea peet rally Inform onr friends and custom?
ers that we keep constantly on band a tull supply
>f the above already favorably well known Whls
;ys. and offer same to the trade at distillers'
)ricea. H. KLATTE A 00.,
angSl-atuthSmo No. 186 East Bay.
Sljirts ana furnia liing ?oouo.
To Make Room'For
OPPOSITE MARKET HALL,
IS NOW CLOSING OUT
HIS UNEQUALLED STOCK OF
INCLUDING THE FAMOUS
AT O O S T !
3ALL AND EXAMINE FOB TO?B3ELVE8 1
no vi 8
jy^OSES GOLDSMITH ot ISON,
JOLON NA DE ROW, TENDUE RANGE.
Highest Cash Price paid ror WOOL, WAX
lides, Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinds of
Dealers In COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
lg iron. may20-mwfiyr
. ?TJrp ?ou?ra, &t.
No. 275 King street,
WILL BE OFFERED IN ALL OF OUR DE?
DRESS GOODS RIBBONS
FANCY GOODS MILLINERY; GOODS
NOTIONS HOUSEHOLD GOODS
DOME9TICS WOOLLEN GOODS
JUST OPENED. A FULL LINE OF
oar 60 cents Black Alpaca ls the nicest la the
OUR WHOLESALE DEPARMENT
Is complete nov, and Great Bargains aro of?
An entire nev and elegant Stock or
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS
'" AND MATS . j
Will be opened in a few days and sold at lowest i
New York Prices.
An entire new and elegant stock of
SHAWLS, AND OTHEB FINE GOODS,
sur h as never before exhibited in this Market,
will be displayed on opening oar New Store,
No. 375 King street.
On Monday, September 30.
FU?CHGOTT. BENEDICT & CO.
COLBERT, TOVEY & GLEN,
A. R. STILLMAN,
NO. 281 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
The sub-.criben wcuid respectfully Inform their
friends and the public generally, that they have
purchased of Mr. A. R. STILLMAN' his entire
And that they will continue the boBlnes, at his
Old stand. WILLIAM COLBERT,
Formerly with McLoy A Rice.
H. M. TOVEY,
Formerly with A. R. Stillman.
D. L. GLEN, Jr.,
Formerly with McLoy A Rice.
In retiring from the Dry Goods Business lt
affords me pleasure to recommend my successors,
Messrs. COLBERT. TOVEY A OLEN, as young
men or the strictest Integrity, and with whom my
former customers can deal with the samo confi?
dence they bestowed on me.
seplG-? A. R. STILLMAN.
A BARE CHANCE FOR BAB&4IXS !
FOR SALE AT BETAIL,
TO CLOSE THE BU8INE8S,
The entire STOCK OF GOODS or the late T. KELLY,
deceased, consisting of a very large and complete
DRESS GOODS, CASSIMERES,
TWEEDS, KENTUCKY JEANS,
HOOP, BALMORAL AND BOULEVARD
HOSIERY, GLOVE3 AND NOTIONS.
Also, a fall assortment of ,
DOMESTIC G00D3, LINENS, ?fcc.
Will be offered for sale,
VA QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASE BS
FOR CASH ONLY,
Commencing MONDAY, the 2d or September, and
TO BE CONTINUED FBOM DAY TO DAY
UNTIL F?BTHER NOTICE.
augSl M. P. O'CONNOR, Administrator.
Summer Geo ono.
MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, No. 81
W. MONUMENT STREET, BALTIMORE
MD., ON EUROPEAN PLAN.-This favorite es?
tablishment, situated m one of the most eligible
positions lu the city, en the highest ground, and
consequently well adapted for a Summer Resort,
being comparatively cool in midsummer, mag
Differently furnished with baths and other con?
veniences on every floor, ls now open for the re?
ception of those contemplating a tony of pleasure
the coming?ojson. The cars run within a sanare
of the house, coaches at all the stations. E. v.
WESTCOTT, Proprietor. jun8-4moe
SIMMONS' HEPATIC COMPOUND, OR LIVER CURE,
FOR ALL DERANGEMENTS OF THE LITER. SKIN, KIDNEYS, STOMACH AND BOWELS.
Pat np ia liquid form, a ready prepared for Immediate ase, saving time aad trouble, and Insur?
ing a proper proportion of each valuable Ingredient.
lt is mild and gentle M Ita action. It removes the bile from the system. It imparts tone and
strength to the whole frame. It gives the liver a healthy character and restores the Blnklng and
drooping body to health and strength This Medicine has been tried by thousands and never found
wanting. Under ita ln?nence the race wul have tho bloom of health, tho eye its lustre, the brain Its
power. It will Invigorate the feeble, and prove the greatest blessing to those who suffer.
Try it for yourselves and you will recommend lt to your friends.
FOR SAJE BY DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS EVERYWHERE.
DOWTE, MOISE & DAVIS,
WHOLESALE AGENTS, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
KING A RODBOROUGH, Waldo, Florida, Proprietors. aagl-thstu3mos
Authorized Capital..S2, Ol 0,000
Guaranteed capital.. soo,ooo
Deposited with Stato
Comptrollers r o r
Security of Policy
OF MACON, GA.
W. B. JOHNSTON, President.
W.S. HOLT. vice-President
(IBO. s. o ti RAR, Secretary.
J. W. BURKE, General Agent
?J. ME RU KR GREEN, M. D., Med
W. j. MAU1LL, Superintendent or
iL F. MCCAY. Actuary.
WILSON GH^OVER,, AGENT,
Office of Messrs. L. D. Mowry & Son,
SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
MB. WILSON GLOTER, Agent for the above safe and popular Oompany, ls prepared to take Risks
In any patt of the Stat?: on the most satisfactory terms, as will appear by examining the several
Tables and Kates offered by the Oompany, and or which the special features are:
1. Policies not For reit ab; e.
2. No Restrictions at to Residence or Travelling.
3. Dividends deda? \ and paid annually arter second year.
4. Policies paid within sixty days arter death.
6. One-third premium loaned when desired.
J. W. PARKER,
_GENERAL AGENT FOR NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA.
J. E. ADCER &CO.
NO. 189 MEETING STJiEET,
NO. ea EA8T BAY
CHARLESTON, S. O.
J. N. ROBSON,
HAVING AMPLE MEANS FOR ADVANCES, A BUSINESS EXPERIENCE OF I
twenty yt ars, and confining himself strictly to a Oommlaal'jn Business, without operating
on nts own account, respectfully solicits consignments or Cotton, Fionr, Corn, Wheat *o. Shippers"
or produce to bim may, at their option, have their consignments sold either In Charleston or New
York, thus having the advantage or two marketa without extra commissions.
Keferences-Hlshop W. M. Wightman. S. C.; Colonel Wm. Johnson, Charlotte, N. C.; Rev. T. O.
Summers, D. D.. Tennessee; Hon. John P. King. Augusta, Ga.; Messrs. G. W. Williams A Co., Charles?
ton. S. C.; Messrs. Williams. Birnie A Co.. New York.
As the XPKOIAL AGENT FOR THE STATE OF DUPONT'S GUNPOWDER, I will always keep a full
stock of all kinds it Magazine. The long experience or Messrs. Dupont In the manufacturo or Gnu
powder, makes lt unnece?ary to say more than that I guarantee the quality or every package. Price
as low as any oner Powder in the market Persons ordering please name DUPONT.
MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINING COMPANY.
AB Agent lor the MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINERY OF BALTIMORE, I will keep constantly
on hand a full asnortment or Crashed. Powdered, Granulated, A White, B. White, 0 Extra. 0 Yel?
low; a BO Amber Drina in barrels, which t offer at mauuracturera' price*, freight added. Any change
in price being reported daily by telegraph, thus giving the trade the advantage or lt
Am also Agent for the celebrated branda of Family Flour manufactured oy Messrs. DAT1S A
EMMONS, ot St. Louis, which ! can recommend in every respect; put up In Ninety-eight Pound nags
and Barrels-BBllT AND ?OLD DUST, Choice Family, Home Mill Medium Family, Santa Marla Good
Family. Also several or the beat Mills In Virginia, Georgia and Tennessee.
i. ._"". tar wfTTTTAKRsi * soN's CELEBRATED HAMS, Anderson H.'s Co. Beargraas Hams
Fairbank Peck A Oo'IToaddv LaYdI Werk ? co's Candles, Samuel monard k Son Candles. Johnson
lilts and nair bi rrels. Ludl3w Brand or Gunny Cloth, Baling Twine, Ac, Ac. ; and as I devot? myself
' exclusively to Commission Business and all the goods are received direct from ractory Md neither
Belier nu vonmy own account, would respectfully call the attention of the trade to my faculties
^tSSS?^^ v!X inducements offered to purchasers. Having an experience of over
twenty years, :ind having Just erected a large and commodious Btoro in addition to my others, l am
folly prepared for business.
ENGLISH SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME,
Imported tdreot from LlverpooLand guaranteed to contain twenty-four per cent, of Soluble Phos?
phate of Lime.
DIEECT FROM THE AGENT, WARRANTED PURE. For sale at market rates.
RAW BC NE SUPERPHOSPHATE, FLOUR OF BONE, DISSOLVED
BONE, PLASTER OR GYPSUM.
Always on hand, and aa every shipment la analyzed on arrival, Planters can rely on getting the
same article, and fahy up to standard. ,
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
The high y satlsractory and remarkable effecte or thia Guano in producing very largely increased
crops or Cottou, Corn and other staple crops, has attracted the general attention or Planters and
J. N. ROBSON,
AGENT FOR THE STATE,
Ju ni 2-tu.hs If OB. 1 and 3 Atlantic Wharf and 68 Eut Bay, Charleaton.
Panos, Organs, ?z.
Furnished at ractory prices for Cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. MT LEK AO AN,
Plano and Musis Store,
Bep8-4mOll No. Kl King street.
JgXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC.
This preparation ts mj^J^JgifSS.
need. They wish no oye, but only a Hairwaan,
Sr Hair Dressing-something hat will keep the
hair clean, and at the same time be ?Pgg?;
hair dressing-not too greasy. The "Excelsior
meeta a? "?se indications, and shonld be given
a trial Fifty cenU a bottle; Ave bottles lor two
dollars. A liberal discount to i he trana
For sale by the Manufacturer.
DR. H. BAEK, No. 181 Meeting street
i By A. ?L Me?B&LITBAY?2i-.aT \
HOUSE ANB'TXHMWo. 24 SPRING
street, norh side, next east of Coming
street, at auction. . .
Cathe 24 th instant, nt the Poa to mee, w?T be
?Old, - - -V-.:.
The above neat '.wo-atory WOODEN COTTAGE:
lot 33 X fe- thy 194.
Terms-Ooe-?ialf cash; balance In one year, se?
en red as usual. Purchaser paying auctioneer for
papers and stamps. ' aapUatmtfe
Winqs at toboltBals. gg?
WHY SHAKE AND BURN
CHILLS AND FETTER?
8ILVBB SPHIN03, N?AB WJ^L^t'^
March T.l8.n. -JJ,
MESSES. DOWIB. MolSB A'DAVIS. J^T"T*}
S. C.-Dear Sirs: I regard MOISE'S FEVER ANU
AGUE PILLS as a certain care, and a blessing to
all living in the malarious ^^^r^S^1
and particularly In the everglades or oars???.
KtNOSTBBB, S. G., u^m^ ^?H7???
MR. B. F. MOISE, CHABLK3TOK, SJC.-UCM Biri
I haveTns?d vonr FEVERAND A?UEPILLS.??
my prlctic?thls" IL and have never,? jS%M
lnit?nce railed to relieve my patten*. Jl tow
now frequent calls In my ^?hiotUhh^n??
I always recommend them.and^IggX
resulta I wish that yon may -?^S^S^?m
tlnn of knowing that your "Fever g*?*g?
Pills? have relieved many under.mr. ?fjW*
when other medleloes that Ibawjried WJfi
taned to do. ^JSft.^
MSECATOBS, BABNWBLI. DIBITS. 0.,'j,
MB. B. F. Moisa-Deat Slr: - In reply to- yoor
question as to wnat has been the aur^M oLyoar
FEV KB ANO AGUE PILLS, that b.veitMMM
by ns, we would say as far aa we *no?i tnex
have given entire sattaractlon.. Weshaucoaunue
to recommend them. '?'.'?"?'&t&bi:~
Tonrs, respect fully, -, ,
... W. T. BLANTON A SON:
NBAS GBBBN'POKI), S. A C. B. B. I
, ; November IL-1870. ?? ?
MB. B. F. Moi^Dear Slr : l aft glad "to say
yoorF?VEB AND A?DE PILLSI areAtf M?Hg
for them. I haveused them iQhm7h^'^??n
my place, and ln every cas^thej^J^gSSSSi
fee tu al; some of the cases I had tn ought chronic,
as they bavelasted over two yea's., Ia ao^<^
was more tuan a single box nff^H*jg "g
case has the disease returned, and lt ls oye^ihrea
months ago since I used them. ^ mums'"
GO0B0lN'8*?BP?T, N. E. W^^BS^
Massas. DOWLS, MOISB A DA^-airsj ram4m
nrovtneln health almost as fastas I can, lAwmn?
under different old chronic dlKsasea. : . J Jool
MOISES FEVER AND AO?B PILLS, BgWfiWato
directions, and find mern the
core of Chins and Fever on me, and my cai? was
OBS ef the worst.' : . . ' "........:'/ h,U-?u.
? . Year humble flervanC.^^ .^ -
WILLIAM J. BRADLEY, V.\
Peedee Railroad Brid ce Keeper -
Tkev ??atoin no, arsenic or pottonc^'tngre
Injurious tothe ayatem under ?ny
-and may be admUUS.tered wita permet laaieiy
^T?e??ft?tflto care the mos* obstln^.??M
when taken as directed. ^^Lwtmi1*1*'
Hold by Druggists ?nd Dealers wary wnere.
00 0 3 ^WWIE.M0I>E.& DAmiy I
Proprietors and Wholesale Drtgsls^ - .
Mayso-thsamo - . charleston. 8. a .
,M . . .i, . . _.:.:;;( y .fe
COMPOUND EXTRACT OF
A RELIABLE REMEDY FOR Alli
DISEASES OP THE UMNA.BT OB^^S
This ls a Solid Extract, and ls recommended es?
pecially for Druggists' and Physicians' nw Inp?
scrlptlons. The quality and uniform Wrengtnitt
a naran teed. Tnls Extract ls superior to Xopaioa
and onbebB, or plain Oil of Sandal. Unukemoft
preparations or thia class, lt does not nau#eate.v
The testimonials of hundreds in public and pr
vate Ufe who have been cored by tills prepara?
tion could be added; but the proprietor /WW* "
to stand upon Its own merits, and adi'Jj****
ainile trial to convtoce the afflicted oMto efflcacy.
circulars and samples can be obtained by ray
slclana enappucauon^ ^grfflfe
Agenta tor So. Ca., Charleston, $. 0^
?Vj tu: i'.yjJ)
This unrivalled Medicine ls warranted not to
contain a single particle or Mercury, or any In?
jurious mineral substance, batu
PURELY VEGETABLE. '
For forty years lt has proved Its great value in
all diseases ot the Liver, Bowels and Eidneys;
Thousands or the good and great in all paru, ot
the country vouch for Its wonderful and peculiar
power lu purifying the Blood, stimulating the
torpid Liver and Bowels, and Imparting new life
and vigor to the whole system. SIMMONS'S
LIVER REGULATOR la acknowledged to nave
It contains fonr medical elementa, never na it??
in the same happy proportion In any other pre?
paration, viz: a .gentle Cathartic a wonderful
ronlo, an unexceptionable Alterative and a cer?
tain Corrective of all impurities or the body.
Such signal success has attended Its use that lt la
now regarded as the
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
tor Liver Complaint and the painful offspring
thereof, to wit: Dyspepsia, constipation, Jaun?
dice, Bilious attacks, Sick Headache, colic De?
pression of Spirits, Sour Stomach, Heart Bara,
Regulate the Liver and prevent
CHILLS AND FEVER.
SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR "'. _' '
Ia manufactured only by
J. H. ZEiLlN A CO..
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
PRICE-ft per package; sent by mall postar?
paid, $126. ?repared ready ipr. ose m bottles,
1 For sale by P. WTNEMANAOO.
AND BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
M3~ Beware or all counterfeits and imita?
JUST RECEIVED? AFRESH SUPPLY..:
A full line or all tue moat approved Maflg?? g
this School-in tinctures, powders *nd *E_UEM
all dilutions ana potencies. Also Famuy
erne oases, with Small's Practice- baEQ
For sale by iai Meeting stieefc
PORTABLE, STATIONARY AND AGRIC?LTTJ.
BAL ENGINES, two to fifty horsepower s
Circular Saw Mills, Grist Milla
Long and Short Cotton Oms
Oom and Leather Belting
sperm, Lard, Tanners', Linseed, Parapnlne,
White Oak Oils. Tallow, Ac, Ac
Engine and Mill Supplies In great variety.
CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO.,
JO RN ER MEETING AND CUMBERLAND ST8