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II cart s and -Tree?.
from''fetag^imtf l?ps St'gray-ey"?u'morn",'**
A ?rusher tide ot lifo W gusuing; , x?.
Abouttho bottom -of tire thtfru
. The maiden bud is coyly bb'.shhig.
I feel upon me, like a hand , "
Lifting me up, the weight of Spring;
' And as the baby leaves expand,
My spirit seems awakening.
Hath, then, this mingled life of ours
Aught of a tidal ebb and ?QW?
Hath niau a sympathy with flowers,
And with thepi droop, revive and grow?
it may be so; for life is life,
lutcnsuor subtle, lessor mor?;
And Wages the eternal strife
With (loath and darkness world all o'er.
In youth wc seek toicarve our name
Deep-lettered on tho heart? of worth.
And fancy wo may ;racc the same ?
%?l time restorot?i earth to earth.
Nor know that, as on bring tree,
Rough bark will overgrow our toil.
.As snrelv will the work!; and we
Rut hail this knowledge with a smile:
A .s nile, tu think it 'scaped our sense:
?low like in this wert- hearts and trees;
So soft ro eourt our confidence,
So ywift to hide our memories.
When you ofSir oats to a ho'^se, ho
may suv neigh, but he doesn't noan
Why do bulls and turkey-cocks get
enraged at seeing a' wicked man?
Because his sins are as scarlet. ,
It is not quite us dangerous to bc
snapped at by a dog as by a gun.
A hungry man may digest advic?,
but it makes a poor dinner.
Truth and time aro the good man's
friends; pity they are so slow.
? sour temper bites lines into one's
face like aquafortis.
Military buttons are very attractive
to a woman, especially it" they are
Some hypocritical prayers in church
?ir? intended to cheat the congrega?
tion, others the Lord.
There are some people who can't
possibly be too lazy; the only times
when they don't do evil is when they
The cattlcplague in England has
now broken out among the sheep, ac?
companied by all its most fatal
New York Advertwements.
DEVLIN & CO.,
l LOT H1 i ll
WK UM; r: the season with a large snick
"r- 'h-gant CLOTHING and FUR?
NISHING GOODS in our Ready-made De?
partment. *\Ye have also secured the ser?
vices of first-class artists in our Custom
Denarl mont., which is likewise supplied
with the FINEST an A REST FABRICS of
the Home and Foreign Markets,
?i',, those w !?> wi :i to order bv in-iii j will
j,'- seul (ou implication) SAMPLES OF
GOODS*-with directions for measuring,
which, if correctly followed, will secure a
BEVLIN & CO..
i'.ro.id vv ay. cor. Grund street. New York,
ft roadway', wft*. Warren #:;-e?t. New York.
Sent 2?)' Imo
FENN EB, BENNETT & BOWMAN,
(Snc'sors to Hotchkiss, Fenner** bennett.)
i i ; T \'SE ] ' S Tit EE T, ?K1f Yo UK.
. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
1-ilWS. i ;.NNKU, :i. BENNETT, D. W. HOWMAN.
jtTib T. A. TOBIN', who wasffor'a length
ly I_ o' time connected with thc old firm of
Hotchkiss, Fenner & Bennett, has an inter
esl ::i thc present firm, and will devote his
attention principally to the State of South
Carolina. His, address "will be Clinton,
Laurens District. Oct 3 "mo
To the Citizens of South Carolina.
The termination of a sanguinary contest,
winch for thi* past four years hftsprcsentcd
an impassable barrier to all social er com
inercia! intercourse between the two great
bcctions of our country, haring at length
luiypily cl?ared away all obstacles to a re
. ..IITMI of those relations which formerly
. l>o;?i<l us together in a fraternal union, I
take i he earliest opportunity afforded me
)>ythis auspicious ev?nt, to gr* ct my South?
ern friends, and to solicit from them a re?
newal of that extensive business connection
rhk-h for a quarter of a century'has beou
calamity to which I hara adverted.
cf .^business re-union. I should repeat the ;
warmpg so often given ?o my: friends-to
beltana of ah thoa? spurious and deleteri?
ous eonii. rands which, ?Uder the 'apdcion?
ahdv&lse titles of Imported Wines, Ban?
dies, Holiand-'tiin, Liquors, A?.v'T*av.~be*n
equally destructiva fco -tb* health of fear,
citizens as prejudicial to th? interests ?f |
tba legitimate importer.
Many years of my past life hav?"be<i?
expended in an opeu and eandjd attempt to
expose these wholosa^frauds; no time nor
expense has been spared to accomplish this
salutary purpose, and to place before wy
friends and the public generally, at the
lowest possible market price, and in Such
quantities as might suit their convenience,
a truly genuine imparted article.
I Twenty-five years' business transaetions
i with tile largest and most respectAbft; ex
j pOrti*g houses in France and Great Britain
I have afforded me unsurpassed facilities for
j supplying our home market with Wines,
j Liquors and Liquores of the besj and most
j approved brands in Europe, in addition to
j my awn distillery in Holland for tho matra
j factura of the "Schiedam Schnapps."
I The latter, so long tested and approved
I by the medical faculties of the United
i States, Went Iudies and South America as
I an invaluable'Therapeutic, a wholesome,
pleasant and perfectly safe beverage in all
climates and during all seasons, quickly I
excited, the cupidity of the home manufac- j
turers and venders of a spurious article !
under tho same name. , , 'j
I trust that I have, a-fier much toil and j
expense, surrounded ail my importation? j
with safeguards and directions which, with ;
ordinary circumspection, will insure their
delivery, as I receive them from Enroy, to j
all rm customers.
I would, however, recommend, in all i
cases where it is possible, that order? be ?
sent (blrect to my Depot, 22 Heaver street.
New fork, or .that purchases be mads of i
my accredited agents.
In addition to a larpc stock of Wines,
Brandies, Ac, in wood, I have a consider?
able supply of old tried foreign Wines, em- j
bracing vintages of jnany past years, bof- !
tied up before the commencement of the
war, which I can especially recommend to
all connoisseurs of these rare luxuries.
In conclusion, I would specially call the .
attention of my Southern customers to the I
advantage to be derived by transmitting I
their orders without loss o? timo, or calling J
personally at the Depot, in order to ii ?ir?
the fulfilhiient of their favors from fhepP?
acm large and w?dl selected assortment.
(?el* lin? 22 Beaver st., New York.
[ESTABUSUXD IK 1R1H.]
Wy. SMITH BROWS & CO.,
WHOLESALE DKALEES IK
N~o. 53 Chambers St., Nein Yarle.
"\T7M. SMITH BROWN will receive eoa
VV signrnents of COTTON for sale on
commission, and make cash advances on
shipments. His arrangements are such as
to insure faithful attention to the interest
of thc consigner. Sept 17 2mo
TEACHERS' DESKS and CHAIRS.
Tables, Bank and Office Desks, kc.
Lecture Room and Sabbath School Settees.
All kind- of Sehoo? Material.
Sept 17 Imo 24 Gravest., New York.
BAKERS AND BROKERS,
NO. 70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
! GOVERNMENT $ECUBIT?E$
A ND other STOCKS, BONDS, Aa.,
.TTL bought and soliron commission.
DEWITT C. LAWRENCE, member N. Y.
SIMEON BALDWIN, .lr... member X. T.
Petroleum and Mining Board. ,
CYRUSJ. LAWRENCE. WM. A. HAL8TED
Sept 4 6ne
Kay & Hewetson,
Architects and Civil Engineers
PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS attended to
in South and North Carolina.
Working drawings, plans, sp?cifications,
an?i ail necessary details promptly fur?
JOHN A. K AT. RALPH E. B. HEWETSON
Sept 20 f
:r'^:'-'?iM WM- H- ORCHARD, Profcs
t'11^! Ttl''''1' "f -^b'.Hic, will instruct a
lix ! I ?limited number of Pupils on
the PIANO and GUITAR. He also oilers
his services as Agent in' Selecting, Buying
or Selling Piano Fortes or other Musical
Piano Fortes Tuned and Repaired in
town or country. Applications made, or
orders left at the Bookstore of Messr*
Townsend A North, or at tho Store of F iV
Orchard A Co., Plain street, near Nicker
son s Hotel. ( >rt g..
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
T) EG tm inform tbonifrizsi* of Columbia
Jl'ind tho peoplo of th? neighboring
ftountry, Hiat they ar? now receiving, ?ad
har? reeeifod, a great Tarictiy of
. ; . * (g t H ? ' '' 1
Of'all descriptions, suitable te all seasons
and all manner of persons. They have,
among many otliRr articles, frosh svpplioa
of tho foho w?rg: J
COFFEE, TEAS, (Green ami Blick.)
SUGAR, (white and brown)
MOLASSES, (New Orleans.)
CLAP T T WINE.
CANDLES, Sperm, Tallowed Adam'tin*.
Cracker?, Wine, Soda, Sugar, Bflstoa.
Brazil, Walnut and other Nuts.
Soaps. To?ot, Castile, Fancy. Comnn.
With erery variety of Grocery.
Copperas, Soda, Dine Stone, Xe.
Spices.Cloves, Cinnamon, Allspice, Gin?
ger, Nutmegs, ?c.
Shoe Blacking, Brashes, Cu" -ni?*.
Horse Brushes, &e.' " .
Knivos and Fork*. Ma*tcau?.
Starch, Mustard. ,
TOBACCO AND Gt?a?S.
Bent SMOHiNG and ?HEW'G TOBACCO.
Spanish and American CIGARS.
Of Tobacco f.<r chowing, the host Ander?
son's, Kolacw and Honey Dew;'all varieties'.
If o x? 21? st <3L ? o s? ,
A fine variety, to which the attention of
th v ladies is particularly rerraeste.il. We
nave a tine assortment of
Bleached and Brown HOMESPUN:
MOrSSELIN DES LALNKS.
English and American PRINTS.
Cambric, twilled and plain.
Hoop Skirts, Corsets. Longeloth.
Calicoes, Worsteds, Coburg, Ae., suitable
for fall and winter.
Alpacas, black and colored.
Combs and Brushes, Tooth Brashes.
Perfumes of everv vari?t?,
t'halk Pearl Ponder.
Ladies'Shoes, Bootees and Tics 'if ??ll de?
scriptions and the latest fashions.
Tuck Combs, Hair Nets, Waterfalls- all
of the very last styles and patterns.
Collars, Wristbands, Rimions.
Hosiery of all descriptions.
English and Anicncni) Glows of th
Hem-stitched Handkerchiefs, Thimbles.
Needles, Thread, spool, ?ilk ami cotton.
Hooks and Eyes, \ ells.
Ladies1 Billet and Letter Paper, ruled.
Skirt Braid of all colors.
Belts and Brit Buckles and Ribbons.
Pearl and other Buttons, fancy, dress aad
Hair Pins, wire and gutta percha.
Misses' and Children's Shoes.
?Round Combs, Wadding, Table-elotks.
Ginghams, Lace and Trimming-.
Working Cotton,Velvet ltibbon, Elastic do.
gentlemen's Xf ariet's.
feats, (dress and frock,) Pant**, Vests.
' Shirts of all descriptions, o ver and under.'
Flannel and Fancy Shirts?. *
Drawers, lamb's wool and cotton.
Hats, Stockings. Socks, Gloves-a great
Collars, linen and paper.
Wristbands, Playing Cards.
Fine 'Tooth and Pocket Combs.
Buttons, for coat, pants, rusts; Buckles
? for do.; Tooth Brushes.
; . Boots and Shoes of .all styles and tko
I best (inalities.
! Pocket and Neck Handkerchiefs, silk sad
; sotten; Neck-ties of the latest styles.
I Pocket, Booka.
; Fancy Pipes -American Meerschaum.
! Pocket Handkerchiefs, linen, silk aad
: cotton: Hats; J'en and bucket Knives.
Razors and Rtyznr Strops.
Suspenders of al! styles*
Tobacco, French and English stylt.
Shut Bosoms, Boy'.: Shoes.
Best Kerosene OH, Waich Keys, Taylor's
j Twist, Glass Chimnics, best Ink, Gun Caps,
' Tobacco Bags, Shoe Laces, Slate Pencils,
I Umbrellas, Children's Gloves and HQSO,
Violin and Guitar Strings, better Paper and
Envelopes and a vast*variety of other arti?
cles, desirable to both seles, which we have
not the space to enumerate. Apply at the
i *>ld stand, ia Assembly street, b>
j Sept ll SULZBACHER A C<)>
j Cotton Wanted.
THB behest prices paid for COTTON and
for all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE.
I Farmers and country merchants will lind it
! to their a?Tantagfc to call and see.
j Sopt ll 8ULKB-ACHER A CO.
Charleston Advertisements. ?
rORWAR0t?S ACOMMtS'N I
CHARLESTONAND ORANGER'<?, S. C.
ON *'ic completion of tho Routh Carolina j
railroad to Hopkiirs'i and Columbia,
we will continue business at each place re?
spectively. . " ,
JOHN FRASER & CO.1, Charleston, S. C.
W.T. HALL, Charleston, H. C.
'IT 9&VAGE HEYWARD .V SONS. Augus?
ta, ea. oct 17 :;* .
(Lot)' of tit.? Eirm of Adams. Erostdb Co.,)
OFFERS his ?ervices to hi? friends as a
FACTOR ?nd COMMISSION MER?
CHANT. Particular attention paid to-the'
sale of Cotton and other Produce. ?< Also, v>
the purchase of family rsnpplfcs. OilicO;
corfter Accommodation Wharf and East
Har, Charl?e?en, S. C. Oc t 0 Imo
(Eortnrrly ?o?irun, Jeffers ?E :<
ARE prepared to ivce>vo and forward all
COTTON and MF.1K 1HANDIZE, con?
signed to their oarc. at. Or.angehurg* and
Hopkins' Turn-Out, on South Carolina
Railroafl. On completion of the road to
Columbia, thor will c<antiiiu? business at
Restrict attention to business and mode?
rate" charges, they hope to merit a share of
patronage. Oct (! Imo
BUT Thc Abbeville,- Edgcfield, Anderson.
Newberry, Laurens and Greenville papers
please copy for on? moa th, and send bul to
* AND ?
CIIAKLE8T0N. S. C.
Oct JU_ thsfi
! ATTORNEY AT LAW,
HILTON HfeAD, $? C*
j Oct ll w4
j GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & ll,
3S&erch?ts &. 33ankerj5
; 1 and 8 Hayn* SL. Charleston, S. C.
i A RE receiving tho'EARGEST STOCK pf
J\. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MER?
CHANDIZE ever ofTcred nt the South,
which will bo sold ai the LOWEST MAR
i KET FRICKS.
GOL]), SILVER. HANK NOTES,
, STOCKS, RONDS, EXCHANGE, etc.,
bought and sold.
! CONSIGNMENTS of C< >TTON and other
; COUNTRY PRODUCE will he receive! and
j sold- or. if desired, will l>e forwarded to
j Nev. York for sale. Citslr advance r-- will be
; made on such Cor .gnments.
I . Aug 29 $2ni0
j roily ER KING AND SOCIETTjJiTS.,
. CHELESTON, $. C.
S. K. LO HING. CHAS. iL RENNETT.
Sept'll t Imo
. ". ? . -v ' : AKD
FOB WARDING MERCHANT*,
76 EAST BAY,
Tiro doora /kntGi of Jtorth AHmtti* W!mrf
dH?ELltSTOK, S. C.
HAYE constantly on fcaixl a full snnniy
of GBOCER?E6, at lovat warkt
rates. Advahnns made ?n consign?
ments. .*? .. Sept 17
LB?E COMPOSED OF THE NEYty ?tKB
MONEKA, Capt. XarthuiitH,
* 9 v AND -
ETKZXi'V li, SOVDEK,Capt. AVi;:cln a; .
a. FOR NEW YORK DIREG'?f
j Th<? ??.>' a?? favorite passenger stw.vn'i:
WILL leave Accomu .dation Wharf an
?THURSDAY. Oct .-r'?6, ?t-o'oloek.
These Vissels alternating weekly, offering
everv Thursday to the traveling publie *
FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER BOAT, with
There will be a mall bag keptattheoflinu
of the Agents, closing always an hoar.be?
fore the sailing of each? steamer.
For Passage or Freight, applv to
WILLIS & CHISOLM,Ageni*. '
Oct 5 ' Mills House, Charleston.
ARCHIBALD GETTY 4 C0.7
S? ?x?]|p x? in ?
' 12i"> and 128 Meeting W,
G rt A RLES TO N. S\
F. A. WILCOXSON, Agent;
Oraugeliurg, S. **,
EDMUND A. SOUDER k CO..
LIVINGSTON, FOX & CO., Agents.
Sir LIBERAL ADVANCES mad- ott
t \ >N SIGN MEN TS. Aug 15 2nTo? fi
fi! \RLEST0\ TO HEW YORK.
THE hew ftr?fc
idass ?-teamer M?
NEKA. Charles P.
Steanft r C A M
*- B RLE-GE, J. W.
BalcRj Commander, '
Will leave Charleston., S. C.. dirent mr
New York, alternately THURSDAYS each
For freight or passage -having haa?i
sonii State Room accommodations-apply
io F. A. WILCOXSON, Agent,
Orangehurg, S. ?J.
ARCHIBALD GETTY & Co.,.
Uti and 12*. Meeting st,. Charleston, S. G.
LIVINGSTON, FOX * CO.. Agents.
Aug 15 arno *7ew York.
GOOB HEWS FOB. ALI. !
I RE-OPENING OE THE THROE IN CH?RLESTOm
IMMENSE ATTRACTION AT THE
Wholesale Shoe House!
? '' m. i33 MEETIIiG STiEET,
* KSTAISLISHED IV 1S3?,
I TS nttw re-opeaed, after a stispension of four years, with greater facilities tba* ?vor.
! A The proprietor now offers for ?alo
j AT WHOLESALE ONLY, at the lowest possible quotations, anti receiving IMMEK?E
i CONSIGNMENTS semi-weekly from th? largest and most reliable manufactories.
Tho proprietor takes pleasure in calline; thc attention of the trade-the local rner
; chant:) of the Stales or Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama and FlorMa-to the extensive
.stock of HOOTS. SHOES, If ATS. THUNES, "tc.
ORDERS NEATLY A X 1> VHOMELY ATTENDED TO.
Sept 24 AGENT FOR MANUFACTURERS.
BOOTS, SHOES, THUS .11 HATS,
HAVING been appointed Agent for the sale of BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS andHATSt
hv several of the most prominent manufacturers at the North, and nov/ located a ?
NO. 138 MEETING STREET. CHARLEST?fS, S C..
I offer lins CHOICE STOCK OF (?OOHS for yalu by the PACKAGE ONLY.
tu> The Trade will please noticei VU
EDWARD DALY, Agent.
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