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Th, Foture of tie >*8j?^WiMMt?k%)
the Bun? or HU H?**'?''''
Jf the,design of the ,radioal party ia to
annihilate the colored race ,in this coun?
try^ il has adopted th? surest nieans to
bring about that reault, - Tho tim o will
come, and that nbt. many y ebra .hence/
?when,the blaeks.cf' South wjU bp re-,
duced ia number ao gr oat.y that their,
total extinction will be simply a matter
of ' rnathemntical eulo ula lion- ttio fact
being ? foregone conclusion so plain
and palpable, that, none but ; tho ?verlegt
ignoramus will have the hardihood to
deny'tl ^t ia useless, in the wordsof
Bamiet, '**t? try ' and oircdihveiit God. ' .
l? hi-useless to expect that the white
race iii America, with /all its vim.; and
vigor, coqe?qnont on marriage and inter?
marriage with Saxon, Teuton and Celt,'
ina hold back in its onward career; in
order that tho African may attain, in
company with it, to that higher civilisa?
tion which, reason as we may, is reserved
only for the Caucasian, in this new
world, nt least. Not ?ll the quasl-phl*
lanthropio Robemos that hove boen, or
may be, envolved from the workings of
Puritanism, can alter the fiat whioh has
gono forth-we use it, now, iu no mere
party sonso-this is, and ever mriat be, a
white man's government. As tho power
of the aborigines has, yearby year, faded
away, iu tho glare of white civilization,
ao will tho number cf Af rio's sons de?
crease, until the remnant that may bc
left will only mark more forcible th?
truism, that no rnco can ever sot itself
up against tho white without either nub
?'ection or oxtipctiou being the sequence.
!t' ?B not by any means a consoling refleo
tlon,?to feel- assured that a race which
might nave done much in I aid of itself)
of the country, and of. mankind,.-had
those who took it nuder their especial
caire dealt with if as natural law.requites,
?9 doomed to become extinct; but there
is no mun who calmly surveys tho coudi
tion of things' among ns to-day thal
is not convinced-of Verity'bf ott!
assertion. Radicalism invariable Bob
^ribhotot,regard to reason, and is unabU
to prout by ox po rien co. It has placee
the negro in a sph?re which Pro vide uc?
neither designed for him. nor fitted hin
fop. ' It has endeavored to impress hin
with the vain, false and frivolous idea
that he can overcome the macy anc
mountainous obstacles that forbid hil
.rising to an equality with the more intel
leotual and stronger brother, and seek
to forco him into emulating achieve
men ts of the white ' tuan: while alf his
tory and .experience teach . that euch i
course can only end in his destruction.
Had tho dominant party pursued
different policy; had it; when the aboli
tion of . slavery waa accepted by th
wholo .South as an accomplished fad
-left the,negro question to be dealt wit!
by' the States and people interested i
solving it to the mutual advantage c
both races, the future of the negro woul
bear a much moro hopeful aspect than i
does how. Th? South needed his Iabor
.jjrpuld gladly have profited by it; whil
at the same timo it would have throw
nrcuud him protection, and educate
him by successive stops to the attainmei
and enjoyment of a higher civiliza'tio
than wau over before vouchsafed him i
any age or nation. But radicalism clio:
,: the contrary "course,, simply becauf
l'h?re was a well-founded hopo that I
f pursuing, it party power would bo,ten
pornrily increased, abd becuu8o tho ri
','gro would' bo used as tho facile tc
Whereby ^ho reina of govern merit', liligi
bo retained in radical banda. Instead \
'.j^acliing.jhim. \o njly upon industry, s
briely and frugality ai; tim 'triplo meat
/(whereby, ho could secure freedom fro
i:',warit, aiid ?ender himself respected 1
"the white" mun, radicalism has foolish
Endeavored to metamorphose him into
igialator arid an. administrator of poli
"oftV bower-has rendered him npt;ou
wortble'aa to himself, but a positivo i
cumbrance in tho way of an increasii
civilization. The natural result folio we
In the South the presence of the negi
thus out of his sphere, is regarded aa ;
obstacle to the advance of mater
wealth and a stumbling-block in the pa
of prosperity. It is not to bo wonder
at, therefore, that steps are being tak
i everywhere throughout the South to
organize measures that the labor of t
negro can be dispensed with entire
and society no longer be kept depend?
oa bin inconsistent willingness to et
. his bread by the sweat of his brow. ?
oietiea have been already formed in ev?
I Southern State to supplement the net
o 'by an immigration of Europeans. Th
societies are backt d and sustained
the most prominent Southern men; I
inducements offered are of ? charoo
whioh cannot fail to prove attractive
I'll tlie hardy son s of toil who now apt
?unrequited efforts after competence
the banks of the Rhine, tho Shann
- the Danube, . and elsewhere. Th
workers will soon be coming over h
by the thousand, and instead of ero1
> lng our frigid Northern seaboard with
overplus of laborers, as has been
case in the past, they will not hal
their journey until they have reached
land of genial warmth and imme
agricultural wealth. It will not t
many years of auch an influx to se
the Southern States with a vigore
hardy, and intelligent population, d
increasing in wealth and power; w
the negro will be gradually, but sn:
pushed into the Gulf, as the India
now being forced toward the setting i
The thriftleesness and improvident
th? n?gro are"then now telling again?
htm'f?a?ftdlyi : ?'. ri I ?
? His universal disinclination to marry
and take upon himself tho cares of a
family is apparent in .every Southern
State. ' The f??rfdl mortahty,'thnt is
decimating; hie moe bas ?heady attracted
the attention ot thinking men, nod id
ominous of its carly extinction. ,Th?e
loss cannot bo supplied to tho negro, for
he han no stock! of immigrants.on which
to roly, foi roplenishiflg: it. Besides, the,
negro women have learned from tho Now
England school-marms air effectuai way
of 'escaping tho pains of maternity, ?nd
according -to most authentio accounts
thoy are not slo,w tq profit by the lesson.
Thexatio of mortality among the negroes
may bo learned from an Official report of
deaths in the city of Charleston for tho
year 1868. Th? population of that, city
is about 40,000, equally .divided between
the two races. Yet we. find that out of
1,208 persons, who died last year, 828
were negroes. Thia proportion (two
thirds) will hold good for the whole
Southern country. In fact, from mor?
tality alone, leaving ont th? increase of
the whites by' birth, and immigration
from the North and from Europe, at i
the failure to increase on the part of the
negroes-an equality of tho two races
will be brought about in Sooth Carolina
in a decade of years. The vote of the
State is now about 100,000, of which ag?
gregate the negro vote is about UO.OOt),
giving that race a mn jori ty of 20,000.
But of lato the'bla?ks have crowded the
seaboard, leaving tho upper and midland
Counties already. in tho hands of the
whites. It is not, indeed, improbable
that, in 1870, the whites will h?ve a ma?
jority in the State Senate, which consists
of one member from each County, i 'The
aggregation of the negroes on tho sea?
board'Will only add to ' their mortality;
atad the strange1 spectacle may ' soon- bo
presented of a State , tho majority of
whose population ,waa npt long since in
the hands of the black man being,' by
tho: unerring effect of nal oral and phi
l?Tt?plncai laws, placed entirely within
the control of the whites, while the poor
qegroes are daily, decliuing in numbers.
And ali this will be brought about by the
foolish fanaticism and grasping propen?
sities of the radical party. Well may
th? poor negro exclaim (and some of the
wisest of them-, have done no,) "Save.me
from my friend s I". .. . .
' The Biiaic?! Wningle. '
.Daddy Cain's- paper,1 tho- Missionary
Recoi-d, ' of Saturday contains another
onslaught upon .the factions in Council.
Sureljr as the good advice eomes from
Senator Cain, a black man and a radical
map, Council will take his advice
Go tn Cuba or to Texas,
Stay no longer here to vex us;
Meet in Council nevermore!
Cain's article is addressed to tho City
Council, and concludes as follows:
All honest men are now at a loss to un
d erst and certain actions relative to tb?
Bchism in the ranks of your body.' Hac
you been dividet^'into two parties, th?
people'wqnld ' h'aVb readily understood
your relationships. Hud there beer
Democrats composing the Council, met
could have solved this mystery.. Bb
when it is remembered that the contend
Jpg parties, are all '^Republicans-when i
vs remembe^eff illation were engaged ir
contending for six mouths to reach - tin
place where yon oro now doing so mucl
mischief, both to tho party nnd to ever
citizou. it reflects.the greatest dishono*
on 'yv-?- Men are how beginning to bo
lieve that y du hiivo'falsified your profes
s?ons and betrayed the trust reposed ii
yoiu; Men, by hundreds, who formerl;
would have trusted yon with their ali
will now direct, their blows against you
as if you were a cursed ?erpent. .Th
persistency with which you have kept a]
thin war after'plunder, hos entitled yo
tp the name df the "'"Rump." Men noi
walk the streets in dread silence with on
hand on their purses and the other o
pistols. Your examples', in the Counci
Chamber, bas emboldened the midnigl
pad and the citizens to go armed wit
impunity-having the living examples c
their city/'stepfathers." . You should t
once resign, and let tho people oho?
those.wjho'will'adhere to principles <
equal justice. By your action,' airead
a wail ts going up from the'hovel of tb
poor; already the grim mobster deat
hos entered tho door of many who ha\
been deprived of honest labor by an
through your non-action for the genen
wolfaro. If, therefore, you would n
servo the remainder bf respect, which tl
community have for you, relinquish th
unprofitable work of quarreling, and r
tiro to Cuba, or Texas, or Central Ame
icu. or to Hades-anywhere So this city
at rest. ' 'Let ns have peace. "
Another radical viow of the matter
contained in the following paragraph:
The only possible line of arrangemei
is now clearly indicated. The Mayor d
clares himself ready to make any sacrifi
of personal feeling, and to give assuran
of a fair distribution of patronage arnot
his friends and his opponents alik
within the lines' of the Republican part
Farther than this he says that his OT
self respect, and the deference due tl
feelings of those who have stood by hil
will not permit him to go. And, prelin
nary to any mutual arrangement, he i
siats on the withdrawal of all obnoxio
legislation. The Mayor is thorougb
convinced that h? is right. He has tak
his position deliberately, and will hold
Tuero ia no basia of sett lenient but tbfo
for thia sdmnier. '", T^A^Wttw
This being the faot, the Ooonoil Will
proceed to business when A distribution
of tho patronage is agreed upon on thia
basis, or when tithe brings to th?'"M?yor
a wo' king^majority. These are the sim>
pjo alternatives.' ?We believe th ut a mu?
tual arrangement will bo effected in a few
days. If riot there ls tft?omdisJ?a?t. ?\?
tern?tive ?n ati rippCal W tb?'^durt?' br't?1
the Legislature. But no special aesaion
will bo convened for the purpose. 1 So
that thia remedy is far away.
NEW CounsE OF Lr.cTUUEB, ns dolivercd tit tho
Now York Museum of Anatomy, embracing tho
subjects: How to Livo arid What to Live fur;
Youth, Maturity and Old Age; Manhood Gene?
rally Reviowcd; Tho Causo of Indigestion; Fla?
tulence and Nervous Diseases accounted for;
Marriage Philosophically Considered, .tc, <tc.
These lectures will be forwarded on receipt' of
four stamps, by addressing Sec'y Baltimore
Museum of Anatomy, 74 West Baltimore street,
Baltimore, Md._ May 6 ly |
THE ni A li il I AGE RINO.-Essays on the
Errors of Youth and Follies of Age rn regard
to Social Evils, with certain help for thd erring
and unfortunate. Bent in sealed letter envc
lopes, froo of charge. Address HOWARD AB-1
80CIATION, Dox ^, Philadelphia, Pa.
May 22 Brno
City Taxes. - ; 1
CITY COUPON'S, receivable for City Taxes,
for sale bv GREGG, PALMER A CO. '
|TJ UAR ANTE F.D corr oct, at manufacturers*
VDT prices and freight, by
FISHER. LOWRANCE A FISHER.
For Bent. ^ x
ACOlCTAap HOUSE, with Four Rooqw.on
rir.it Floor; two Rooms up stairs. Gar?
den, Kitchens, Stabling, 'ko. Furniture will
bo iVnwd er ?old; if desir?d. 1 . <-i
_Jnnsll?_ R. N. LOWRANCE.
\J Fresh Country and Mountain BUTTER,
Pink-Kyo-and Peach-Blow Planting.Potatoes,
Fine Goshen CHEESE, at G. DlERCKS,
Jana?. Attbe.Btgn of tho Watch. I
JUST reoeived a consignment of the follow?
ing choice brands:
LAC D'OR. C. Heidsick and Creme de Bouzy.
For sale low to eloae. GEO. BYMMER8.
Jos. DANIEL POPE. , A. C. HASKELL.
POPE & HASKELL,
ATT0RNEY8 AT LA W
SOLICITOUS IT! EQIITY,
Office-Lair Range, Columbia, B. C. May 5
.Desirable Residence for Sale.
A Lot, containing one-third of an acre,
with a neat commodious DWELLING
HOUSE, having an up-stairs of ?ve
Rooms, a Basement of fivo Rooms, Bathing
room with shower bath, all necessary out?
buildings and in good repairs. Inquire ut this
Charl tte ?nd South. Carolin? H. K. Co.
OMMM MEETING of the Stockholders
sgJgjMpt 0[ tho Charlotte and South Caro
lina Railroad Company is hereby called to be
bold at tho city of Columbia, South Carolina,
on WEDNESDAY, tho 7th dav of July noxt, at '
12 o'clock M., to consider the qnestion of ap?
proving the consolidation of tho Company with
tho Columbia and Augusta Railroad Company,
and tho terms of such consolidation. r
May 30 WM. JOHNSTON; Pr?sident.
MRS. C. E. REED has opc'uod
fur inspection the finest assort?
ment of Fre'ieh, English and
American Ladies' HATH, BON?
NETS. FLOWERS ASH ,BIB
BONJil&p,, the best and cheapest
?ver offered to tho Ladies of Co
himnia ' and" tho' surrounding
Several canes of Ladies, Misses and Boys'
HATS AND CAPS, from 25 cents, up. Hair
braids, Waterfalls, Curls, Switches, Coils, 'Ac.
Country Mordants will find it tu their. Ad?
vantage to Rive jme a coll, and see for them?
selves. Frf-ali arrivals overy day. Hats, Bon?
nets, Ac., by the ease or dozen, will'bo sold
Bridal Wreaths and Veils bf every descrip?
tion, Jewelry, et?.
Having first class Milliners, wo arc prepared
to execute- all orders with .neatness and de?
spatch. Mam Street, Columbia, opposite
Hopson A Sntphen's. March 28 anio
TO BE KAI) . AT TUE
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT AND HAT.
WK?fr?? 1 AM RECEIVING flWb?
I^KgKr weekly supplies di- imSm
Jww?\^Stf-rr'vi from tho best jBBqM
agflHj^?iCSimi.nufactnrers in -?^,
Philadelphia, baltimore and North Carolina,
and haye made auch arrangements with them
as will enable me to offer rare inducements to
purchasers. Persons wishing to buy BOOTS,
SHOES and TI ATS, will eave money by giving
Die a eal), as "quick ?ales and short profits" is
mymotto. A. SMYTHE,
June 1_Oppoalto Columbia Hotel.
Stock to be Taken !
For One Week I will SELL!
my Stock of
DRY GO ODI
AT COST, FOR CASH!
Jon? 9 0. P. JACKSON.
ri., r-T--- r^t
New York Advertisements.
'<?.'.'?' MAKTJFAOTCllKD *Y
BnAniiuLL. DEANK tb ?o..
. ' ' 247 Md 840 Water street, N.'Yi
April 18 i .... -j . ??? ? ; , ; Brno
. Needles and Fishing Tickle1.
?NDRpW CLERK ?fe CO. respectfully inform
tho public atid t heir old oUslutoars, that
thov ?till continuo business in their ,oUl? store,
No 18 Haiden Lane, Nsw York. The# aeeort
meut ol Fishing .Tackk? is tho largo'st aVd most
completo of any IU'tho United States; They
at-o"also Bolo' Age*nl?'for th?-Warrin Needle,
which, for tho luBt thirty yearn, lins.enjoy efl a
reputation fop quality andi uniformity vf tem
pcr.auporior to all others. .' March 21 3riio
ST. CLOUD HOTEL.
?i THIS NBW and Commodious
HOD?fi^located corner Broad?
way and Forty-second street,
..Now York, possesses advan
otherhouses, for tho r.ccommo
dt?ioii of its guests. It was built expressly for
a first-class family boarding house-tho rooms j
baing larga anden suit?, heated by steam
with not and cold water, and furnished second
to none; while the culinary department ls in
tho moat oxporioncod hands, affording guests
an unequalled table. One of Atwood's Patent
Elevators ia also among the 'modern improve?
ments' and at the aervico of guests at all hours.
Tbe Broadway and University Place Cara pass
the door every four minutes, running from the
City Hall to Contrai Park, while tho Sixth and
Seventh Avonue lines are but a short block on
either side, affording ample facilities for com?
municating with all depots, steamboat land?
ings, places of amusement and business of tho
great metr?polis. MORE ?fe HOLLEY,
March 19 Gmo Proprietor?.
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD.
THE reputation this
excellent medicine en
, joy?, is derived from' i t s
I care?, many of which
'ara, truly marvellous;
inveterate cases of Scro?
fulous Disease, where
the system seemed sat?
urated Wit? corruption,
i have been purified and
oared by it. Scrofulous
affection s and disorders
which wore aggravated by the scrofulous con?
tamination until they were painfully afflicting,
have baeo radically cured in such great num?
ber? in altaeet every section of the country.
Afcaiihastalin ?nawsly paed t? ba informed of
it? virtue? or use?.
Scrofulous poison ?B Ono of the most destruc
Uve enemiga of our race. Often, thia unseen
and unfelt tenant of the organism undermines
the constitution, and ipvitea the attack of"en?
feebling, or fatal diseases, without exciting a
suspicion of ita presence. Again, it seems to
breod infection throughout the body and then,
on some favorable occasion, rapidly develop
into one or othor of its hideous forms, either
on the surface or among the vital?. In tho
latter, tubercles may bo suddenly deposited in
the lung? or heart, or tumors formed in the
liver, or it ?how? itB presence by eruptions on
the akin, or foul ulceration? on some part of
the body. Hence the occasional nee of a bottle
of this SARSAPARILLA ia advi&able, even
when no active symptoms of disease appear.
Person? afflicted with the following complaints
generally find immediate relief, and at length
oure, by the use of thieSARSAPARILLA: St.
Anthony'i Fire, Hose or Erysipelas, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Scald Head, Ringworm, Sore Eyes,
Sore Ears and other eruptions or visible formt
of Scrofulous disease. Also, in tho more con?
cealed forms, as Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Heart Dis?
ease, Fits, Epilepsy, Neuralgia and the varlom
Ulcerous affection? of the muscular and nerv?
Syphilis or .lrener<??i and Mercurial Diseases
aro curud by it, though along tinto is required
for subduing these obstinate maladies by any
medicine. But long continued use of this me?
dicino will euro tho complaint. Leucarrhata or
Whites, Uterine Ulcerations, and Female Dis?
eases, ar? commonly soon relieved and ulti?
mately cured hy its purifying and invigorating
effect.* Minute directions m each case arc found
in our Almanac*, supplied gratis. Rheumatism
and Gout, when caused by accumulations of
extraneous matters in the blond,'yield quickly
to it, a? also LiverJDpmplaJntS, Torpidity, Con?
gestion or Intlamynattoh Of the Liver and Jvun
dice, when arising, as they often do, from the
rankling poison? io tho blood. This SA USA
PA RILL A i? a great restorer for tho strength
and vigor '. " he system. Those who aro Lan?
guid and Listless', DespondeiU, Sleepless und
troubled with Nervous Apprehensions or Fears,
Or any of the affections symptomatic ot-Weak
ness, will find immediate relief and convincing
evidence of its restorative power upon trial.
Dr. J. C. AYER dc CO., Lowell, Mass.,
. Pr'actical and Analytical Chemists.
April 2 .""..'. '..'.. ' _t5mo
WANTED-AGENTS-$75 to $200 per
month, everywhere, malo and female, to
introduce the Genuino Improved Common
Sense FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. This
machine will stitob, hem, fell, tock, quilt, cord,
bind, braid and embroider, in a most superior
manner. Price only $18. Fully warranted for
five year?.. Wo will pay $1,000 for any machine
that will ?ow a stronger, more beautiful, or
more elastlo seam than our?. It makes the
''Elastic Lock Stitch.''. Kvury eecou.l stitch
can be cut, and still tho cloth cannot be pulled
apart without tearing it. We pay agents from
$75 to $200 por month and expenses, or a com?
mission from which twice that amount can bo
made. Address SECOMB ?fe CO., Pittsburg,
Pa., St. Louis. Mo., or Boston. Mass.
CAUTION.-Do pot, bo imposed npon by
other nartiq?.palming oft worthless cast-iron
machine?, ?nder the tame name or othcrwiso.
Ours in 'only genuine and really practical
cheap machino manufactured. May 29 3mo
?MTKD.-AGENTS-To ?oil the Ameri
can Knitting Machine. Prion $25. The
simplest, cheapest and best Knitting Machino
ever invented. Will knit 20,000 stitches per
minute. Liberal inducements to agents. Ad
dress AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE CO.,
Boston, Ma??., or St. Louis, Mo.
May 29_ 8mo
Solace and Virginia Leaf.
e? GROSS SOLACE,
I a M Virginia Leaf-fresh from the Fae
tory, for ?ale at the Ala and Lager Beer Depot
April?)_ JOHN O. BBEOEHH.
Scythes and Grain Cradles.
DOZ. Griffin'* Best GRAIN CRADLES,
6 doz. five and ?ix Pinger Grain Cradles
At low price? for each J. AT. R. AGNEW
?\f\r\ BUSHELS COW PEAS for ?ale low
\J\JVJ in quantities of twenty bushels or
more. X. * G. D. HOPE
Oh ar leaton Advertisements.
THE UNDERSIGNED is agent for A. JV
i Morse <fc Son's justly celebrated Soda
Water ; Apparatus, consisting of marble
draught stands, silver plated draught et ands;
generators, fountain?, Ao., which will bo ?old
at manufactureT' prices, with freight only
added.. Descriptivo price Hst and catal?guo
sont to any address. Choice Syrups ana all
materials requir d in the manufacture of Soda'
Wator constantly on hand. \ . p I
, >., E. H. GARDNER, i
May g H3_ Charleston, S. P. .
Economy in Fuel and Labor. i
SINCE our introduction of the Improved
Ko rose no STOVES; they have-. steadily
gained, in publio favor, and aro now used not
only for various culinary purposes, but'also
for PRESERVING FRUITS, DISTILLING
ROSE WATER, PREFABING LARD, kc. In
tho Nursery and Bick Room, they are invalu?
able. : Dentists, Chemists and Manufacturers,
and others who need PORTABLE HEATING
APPARATUS, will find them admirably adapt?
ed to their wants/ . . ..> ?
. A large supply of tho above, and alsp of tho
suporior GAS STOVES, oh hand and for salo
at manufacturer's pricea, wholesale and retail,
by J. B. DUVAL Sc SON.
No. 337 King st., one door North Liberty
April 3 }3mo_Charleston. 8. 0.
Tames 3D? &x>o<?tx?
235 King alreel, Opposite JIasel,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CAN BE FOUND a good selection of I
Fino WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER,
SPLATED WARE and FANCY GOODS;
bt'iMjPACLES and EYE-GLASSES, to snit ali
ages. Masonic Emblems. Jewels and Regalia,
on hand and made to order.
Watches, Jowolrv, otc, carefully repaired.
Diamonds and Other precious (.tones sot to
order. . I rt fl .!;..:!
G, ?W, Jathro, formerly of Greenwood, 8. C.,
can be found at the above establishment, and
will be pleased to see his friends; '
April 8 ... ? 13mo
A X 3VC X IEL
Saracenia; i -er,. F1 y: T-t ? p Bittern.
THE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, for I
Dyspepsia, and Nervous Disorders, Gone- j
ral Debility, Ac.; prepared by
0. W . AIM AH,
Chemist and Druggist, Charleston, 8. C.
' BAVAHVATT, GA., March 3. 1867.
Mn. G. W. AIHAE-Dear 8ir? K member ot
my family, suffering long from DyspepaiaVhas
experienced more relief Irani your "tsaiaceuia
Bitters," than from any. other medicine she
has ever tried. It is most excellent for invigo?
rating the system and creating an appetite. I
regard it as decidedly tho most beneficial ol all
Yours, vory respectfully,
, N. J. DARRELL.
Sold by all Druggists. General Agents,
RISLEY SL Co., 141 Chambers street, New York.
April? .\ ??? :'_Hy
L. E. COBDRAY. O. A. TROUCHB.
STEAM SASH, BLIND
L. E. COEDEAY & CO.,
NO. 2 PRITCHARD STREUT, ,
orrosiTE J. r. TAYLOR a co.'s MACHINE 6nors
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Cl ASHES, GLAZED AND UNOLA/.ED, al
^ wavs on hand.
Made up at short notice, and at the
April 13 LOWEST TERMS. j3mo
NOTE.-We would cull the particular atten?
tion of our friendB to the above card. P. P.
TOALE lias a largo Factory, and such facili?
ties as enablo bim to supply tho best work of
his own make at low price*. * A very large and
complete assortment alwave on hand, at his
Factory, HORLBCCK's WHARF, near North?
eastern Railroad Depot, Charleston, S. C.
N. B.-Orders frort the country solicited,
and strict attention paid to shipping in good
ordpr. _,_: ? ,..." . April 6 ?ly
TAVLOH'S PATENT ?
Saw Sharpener and Deepener,
for Hang and Circular Sait Mitts'. '
HAVING purchased tho,Patent Right for
tho fttat? of Houth Carolina, for tho
above, wo are now prepared to fill orders for
. The advantages of this Machino aro econo?
my, despatch and perfection in keeping all
kinds of Saws in perfect order.
By its use, the teeth of tho Saw aro kopt at
a uniform depth, ap g le and size.
Fully one-fourth and belter lumber can bo
cut per day where this Machine is used, tho
Saws running straighter, freer, faster and cut
A'Haw can bo sharpened in five minutes, and
in the most perfect manner. Tho price of the
Machine can be saved in a few months in the
cost of flies and labor. For fnrthoT informa?
tion apply to CHISHOLM BROTHERS,
May U fnul _Charleston, B. C.
SOUTH CAROLINA STATS
Agricultural and Mechanical Magazine.
(Official Organ of the South Carolina Stale Ag?
ricultural and Mechanical Society.)
AT an early date, the subscribers will pub?
lish tho first number of a Monthly Maga?
zine, devoted to the development of the mate?
rial interests of this State, and tho whole
Booth; and will distribute 5,000 copies gratuit?
ously, so that every one may soe what it is be?
fore subscribing. They intend to make it the
best andihandsomest industrial magazine evei
published at the South, and they ask thc cor?
dial co-operation of every good citizen in thie
enterprise, which must redound to the public ,
welfare. Persons wishing copies of the first |
Dumber, will please send their address to
WALKER, EVANS Sc COGSWELL,
May 9 12 Charles' a, 8. C.
J. H. ROBSON, Commission Merchant,
NOS. 1 ANO ? ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING uni pl o ru cn ti s for advances, a btitti
ncas experience of twenty yuan-, and
confining himself strictly to a COXIUBSIOK
BUSINESS, without operating on his own ac?
count, respectfully solicita consignments of
Cotton, Flour, Wheat, Corn, etc.
Shippers of Produce to bim may. at their
option, have their consignments sold either in
Charleston or Now York; thus having the ad?
vantage of two markets, without extra com?
Bishop W. M. Wightman, s. C.; Col. Wm.
Johnson, Charlotte, N.C.; Kev. T. O. Summers,
Tennessee; Hon. John P. King, Augusta, Ga.;
Messrs. George W. Williams ft Co., Charles?
ton, 8. C.; Mesara. Williams, Taylor lt Ottk
New.York. , , , April 28 fly |
FUiR NIT URE,
^ CH VIII ^ fe AND ^^32!
SOFA W A BE BO OMS,
175, 177 and 179 King Stree*,
CHarleaton, ?- O.
DJ.\MIEL H. SILGOS,
REEPS CONSTANTXr ON HAND, a largo
and well selected assortment of
OF THE I ATT. RT AM)
MOST APPROVED STYLES,
Which be offers at prices that cannot fail to
CHAMBER AND COTTAGE SETS,
OK E VERY sI)EXCItIPTJ[pN.
. Til? Beat Assortment ever offered in this
market, . .'
8. B.-Goods carefully pack?dV for shipping.
arch 19'_ _ ? tSrro
^^^^^^^^^ '^^^ i
sn.Tt?R-'ana PLATED WARB, 8P?CTA
CLE8 AMD EYE-GLASSES, in great variety,
With the befit quality of PERISCOPIO LEN?
SES, which are adapted,tvith great care.
IVATCHES AND JEWELRY repair?d.
" CaracoB, Di.-unomls ?nd Preci?os Stones
mounted to order. JAMBS AUtAN,
307 Kii.'j: atroc t, Charleston, S. O.
Amil 21 t3m
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL J tM. Or TUE
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TUST ARK ftCrnMKCNDKD UT TUC
3VI E ID I O -A. XJ FACULTY.
HEGEMAN .Sc CO.,
AOEXTs, KR ir roux.
Manufactured by C. f: PANKfiftN,
CHEMIST AHB AP07EECAP.?,
CHAR. I. K S T O N", S. C.
JtSfi'or Sale by Druayists Evcrywhtn.-Gl
^Feb 5____ ??_Hv_
S I Ol.I., WKItl! & CO.,
WHOLESALE DRY Q00D8,
. 1481 I I ' ?8Q
bomestie Store. | KINO 8T,? | Lice Store.
Feb 27 CHARLESTON, 8. C. ly
PU M P S .
JgVKIiYBODY who has uso for a PD!
MORRELL'H FIRE ENGINE,
DEEP WELL, and
Sond tor a ciraalar.
Jan 13 (imo
POOLE A HUNT
Cil?Q A A A CHARLOTTE AND SO
yb'J A JUU RAILROAD BOND8,
15.000 Columbia and Augusta Railroad Bon
?10,000 " .. St
120,000 South Carolina "
11,000 City of Wilmington Bonds,
?5,000 " Memphis ?.
$6,000 New State Bonds,
?3,000 City of Columbia Coupons.
For ?ale by GREGG, PALMER A OO.
Billiard Tables for Sale.
- 1 j^TWO fine BILLIARD TA
<*?~T% ?WW in complot ordor, Marble
WHKSHBFfcsiate Bedding, with Bab?
?- "?TI ?' and Counters included. Sh
Sc. Griffith's make. Will be sold low. Call a
Deo lt_G. PIERCE'S
PAST DDE COUPONS and Bond? of city
Columbia. GREGG, PALMER 4 CO