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The State Board of Equalieatiou for
South Carolina unjustifiably and without
any tho leuatf authority has doubled the
valuation of real estate, by .po.unly as?
sessors, hy- adding to the total value ol
repj property $49,000,000;' so that, in*
stead of 76,000,000, the nssessors have
returned over 125,000,000, on which
amount the land-holders of the . State
will have to pay tax. This heavy "bur?
den; of taxatioiv equalized aa it is called,
so imposed in oben defiance of tho law
of tho laud, has b?en dono1 hy toen who
h?ve no regard for God Or man, and whb
are 'shamelessly wicked i and bitter . ene?
mies to the country. .To supply tho pub?
lic wfents, the people must be plundered
of their property, resulting, as lt will, in
utter .ruin io the whole country. For
tho.enforcement of un Act of tho Gene?
ral Assembly which provides'for "a uni?
form and eoual irate of assessment and
taxation," "An Aofc providing for. the as
aesament and taxation of property" was
passed at the special session of 1868, of
which Act tho forty-eighth section reads
"All real and personal property shall
bo valued for taxation, at its trne value in
money, which, in all cases not otherwise
specially provided for in-'this Act, shall
be held to be the usual selling price of
similar property at the place where the
return is to be made; and if there be no
usual Bolling price, then at what it is
honestly believed could be obtained for
the same at a fair sale at the place afore?
said; hat each parcel of real property
shall bo separately appraised, without re?
ference to* the value or any growing crops
Thus jit will be seen, that the whole ob?
ject of this Act is to provide for the ac?
tual Valuation of tho land'of the State.
! Bat the valuation is unequally marie, and
some ,aro mada toi pay moro tax .thea
others for the s?me "amount , of 'laud,
whether'the landwouldfeWDg the amount
assessed or not ?. '.?
: i Tfa6 Government is > in thc h rinds of
evil and,-unwise rulers, who are compel?
ling the innocent Innd-holder to support
the scallnwags rind carpetbaggers who
now infest.por country, for the purpose
of, plunder. Intelligence and worth have
been' crushed beneath the heel of the
-tyrants who now rule the country. Every
fAir*miuded Republican or .Democrat,
willpondemu, such reckless .injustice to
an oppressed people. In some instances
fraudulent returns have been made for
no other purpose -thnn to' fatten the of?
fice-holders, who aro living on tho honest
laud-holders, which must .inevitably re?
sult in tho destruction of the whole
country, if it is enforced. ' This tramp
ding upop the'?law o,f the land is totally
unauthorized sud unjustifiable, which
should bring down the wrath and indig?
nation of every true-hearted citizen.
. , ;? ' i [Bemiett?ville -Journal
. - : j--ra ul i * ? ?. . .
THE PRESIDENT ALLOWED TO SMOKE rs
BOSTON.-7-When the question, of tempo?
rarily rescinding the ordinances against
smoking in favor of President Grant
came Up in tho Boston Municipal Coun?
cil, great excitement and diversity of
opinion were manifested.. Some mem?
bers maintained the'equality of all'men
before the law, and cited precedents to
prove that the President : should, be held
. amenable tb: Boston justice just the sonne
I .as-the humblest listener to the music of
tho Coliseum, Others insisted that there
was jap'use in a mari 'being President of
':th'e TJu*ited! States if he could ?not enjoy
tho privilega ol a:cigar.'.' Great stress
was laid on the alleged fact that Presi?
dent Grunt would promptly tarn his
buck on ''io jubilee and leave ipr Other
i parts,, if. not idlowed tn smoko. Finally
tho matter was luid over 'for farther,
'action, ori' tU? understanding that pend?
ing the decision of the1 City Council/ in?
structions should be given to the police
not to arrest the President, but to look
another way if they should sob him with
a cigar in lils mouth. But it is proper
to state that a resolute minority utterly
abjured and .denounced .'this alleged
abandonment of principle and relaxation
of the laws, even in favor, of the highest
offender in " the land, aft they did not
scrurne to designate the President: '
. . ' - yNew'Yark Coiirtnercial.
MAKE , WAY . FOR THE NEGBO.-From
the Savon nob Republican we learn that
among tho while men in the employ of
the custom house in that city, who have
recently beear removed to give place to
negroes, is Mr. P?nco, who has been in
the service'of the Government in this
State for tho last twenty-five years, and
in the revenue service for .the last
eighteen years. Ho speaks se vend lan?
guages fluently, and has mado himself
very useful as an interpreter.. He has
discharged his duties to the Government
with intelligence, and in good faith, and
noW, after having spent the flower pf his
life in the publia service, he is deprived
of the only employment for which he is
suited by long experience, merely bo
cir.no he is . so unfortunate as to bo a
One of the London theatres has esta?
blished a babies' retiring room. When
a mother brings her infant to the door,
the latter is removed to baby headquar?
ters, where, for two-pence, it has milk,
the services of a nurse, and other infan?
The Chinese empire contains 500,000
temples, containing 8,000,000 idols. The
temples are valued at $1,000,000,000.
A telegram froid Boht?t?, dated7 Jeme 19,;
Sys: - ' . . ' " "
The" ct?siW p?^orta?Dce of1 the Na
tional Pe?'?fe : Jubilee- was giveri to-.ddy by
from 7;fJ0<y I?^.?OO' ech?o! cbildrbny'nt
tract iug a. large and delighted atidienoei
Ole Bull performed a solo. Parepa-Rosa
and Adelaide Phi??ibS sang n duot. and
other pieties Were given, all of -xh?qb
w/?re\e^t??ifi "The closing piece, ''The
(One ni?ndreath^Psalrn," was sung try the
chilclre?. ih? audience jo?ning. Several
children, overborne'by the Heat and ex?
citement, fainted doting tho concert, but
they received immediate- attention and
sustained no serious iujury.
The members of the orchestra pre?
sented Mr. Gilmore with a gold watch
The dust in the neighborhood of the
Coliseum ie six inches dcop, and about
3 j? o'clock a sudden gust of wind canned
the vast throng of persons there assem?
bled to look as if they hod just' come
ont bf a floor mill. The exclamations of
the richly dressed ladies may better be
imagined than described. Some of them
were to be found neither in Lord' Ches?
terfield's Code nor in the Bible I
AU sorts of four-wheeled vehicles are
pressed into service ns temporary stage
coaches. Common wagons with settees
placed in them, old express wagons with
canvas tops, and even butcher carts go
about with painted signs on their sides.
One of these last was suddenly stopped
by the police thia nf ternoon as one of tho
hind wjheels was about to break. It bad
no eooror been brought to a stand-still
than nish went the wheel, and a shriek
ascended in chorus from the ladies inside
-not a chorus of jubilee, this time,
however. Fortunately, no one was in?
The affair proved a great-success from
the beginning, nothing,having occurred
to mar the harmony of the proceedings.
Financially! the result far exceeded the
expectation of the most sanguine, the
receipts amounting to pearly a million of
dollars. > 1
New York Advertisements.
Hew York .City Board.
"OEUt?O.NS visiting JNow York city desiring
JL superior accommodations, can secure tho
samo by calling on or addrcsuing L.'O. FIL?
LETTE, l?^eat ?lst arVeet. Thc bouse is si?
tuated a few doors from tho 6th Avenue-une
of tho'most central and elegant location* in tho
city. Booms eu.attife oj; singly. May 22 $15
IMPROVES FRENCH RANGE
BR AMII AL. L., DEANE At CO.,
217 and 249 Water atrcet, N. Y.
April 13 '_ _ 3mo
needles and Fishing Tackle.
A ND HEW CLEF.K A 00. respectfully inform
J\ tho public and their old customer*, that
they still continue business in their old store,
No 48 Maiden Lane, New. York. Their assort?
ment of Fishing Tackle is tho lurg cst and most
complete of .any in the UniUd Htates. They
ara. also Sole Agen tn for the Warrin Needle,
which, for tho last thirty years, has enjoyed a
reputation for quality and uniformity qf tem?
per superior to all o thor H. March 21 ?mo
ST. CLOUD HOTEL.
. THIS NEW and Commodious
HOUSE, located comer Broad?
way "art d Forty-second Btreet,
_ ?Ne"w?ork, possesses advan?
tages uvyr ail other houses, for tho accommo?
dation of its guests. It was built expressly for
a first-class family boarding house-thc- rooms
being large and en suite, heated by stearn
with hut ?nd cold water, and furnished aecoud
to nono; while the culinary.department ls in
the moat experienced.hands, affording guests
an unequalled table. One Qf Atwood's Patent
Elevators ia also'among .ho 'modem impiove
ments' and. at tho scrvieo of guests at all hours.
The Broadway and Uniyt-rsity Place Carspaae
tlie door every fbur minutes, running from the
City Hall to Central' Park, while tho Sixth and
Seventh .'Avenue baas are but a short block on
either aide, affording ample facilities for com?
muni?ating with, ali depots, stoamboat land
inga, places bf. amusement and business bf tho
great metropolis. MORE A HOLLEY,
March lt?dino Proprietors..
No. 2 ?'Columbia HotMM Building,
COLUMBIA. 'SOUTH CAROLINA.
iEtna Fire Insurance Company,
Hartford, Conn. .'.' '
Merchants' Fire Insurance Company,
Worth American Fire Insurance Comp'y,
Fire Insurance and Savings Company,
Richmond, Va. .
josrRi'.rnEBESTiNO A CATITAL OF $7,000,000!TLU
. LIFE DEPARTMENT.
Arlington Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
Leading Life Insurance Company of the South.
All claims fpr losses adjusted and paid at
thiaoffico. GEORGE HUGGINS, Agent.
May 15 > \1mo
s-^SZ]j-^ Trade Mak Trade Mk m
mm & [^\-M
Sterling. Silver. Plate. fJ0atiiUrOc^
Gorham Manufacturing Company,
PROVIDENCE, H. I.,
STERLING SILVER WARE
NICKEL SILVER PLAT?D WARE.
Orders received from the trade only, but
those goods may be obtained from respectable
dealers everywhere. _Juno 20 _
DEL estaur ant,
191 Main etreot, Columbia, ii. C.
'3S?0H X00TI0J 3HJ.
HOW UOSTETTER'S IHTTJKU8 CU.HE
DYSPEPSIA-TUE -WHOLE STORY. IK 1
NUT-SHELL.-Thc office of tb? stomach ls to
convert th? food into n ore nm-li IK; H v. m i tl o id,
called chyme. . ThiB is ?ffeot?ll .partly by thc
action of a solvent, called the gastric Joice,
which exudo* from thc conting of tho stomach,
and p.-u-tly by a mechanical movement of that
Organ, Which churns; ns itiveru. tho* dissolving
aliment. The chyme passes from tho stomach
into the duodenum, or cr. t rs nee to the bowels,
whore it is subjected to the action of the bile,
and tho nutritious portion of it converted into
? fluid oallen chyle, which eventually boomen
blood. ' :
Now, it is evident that if the great solvent,
the gastric juice, is not produced in aufnehmt
quantity, or if the mechanical aetion of tho sto?
mach ia not Bufhciontly brink, the first procesa
bf digestion will be but imperfectly performed.
It io also clear that if the liver, which plays
such an important part in changing the non*
riahiag portion of the chyme into the material
of the blood, io congested, or in any unnatural
condition, the second procesa will not ba tho?
roughly accomplished. The result of the two
failures is dyspepsia, complicated with bilious?
The modo in whioh H08TETTER'S BIT?
TER'S operate in such oases is thi?: They in?
vigorate the cellular membrane of tho sto?
mach, whioh evolves the gastric juice, thereby
insuring an ample sufficiency of the fluid to
completely dissolve the food. They also act
apon the n?rvea of the stomach, causing an
acceleration of the mechanical movement ne?
cessary to reduce the food to a homogenous
mass. They also act specifically upon the
liver, strengthening it, and so enabling it to
produce au ample and regular supply of bile,
for tho purpose of converting the nutritious
panicles of tho chyme into chyle, and promote
th? passage through the bowels of the useless
debris. i /
In this .way. H08TETTER'S BITTERS cure
dyspepsia aud liver complaint. The explana?
tion is plain, simple, philosophical and true.
June 17 . : : :,_ td
j?-PHlliOSOPIIY OF MARRIAGE-A
NEW COUBSH OF LECTcnks. aB delivered at the
New York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the
subjects: How to Live and What to Live for;
Youth, Maturity and Old Age;' Manhood Gene?
rally Reviewed; Tho Canee of Indigestion; Fla?
tulence and Nervous Diseases accounted for;
Marriage Philosophically Considered, Lc, Ac.
These lectures will be forwarded >m receipt ol
four stamps, by addressing Sec'y "Ballimore
Museum of Anatomv, Ti West Baltimore street,
Baltimore/, Md. May fl ly
THE MARRIAGE KING-Essays on tho
Error's of Youth and Follies of Agc in regard
to Socini Evils/with certain help fbr the erring
and un .c?nate. Sont in sealed letter tnvc
lopee, JO bf oharge. -Address HOWARD AS?
SOCIATION, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa.
May 22 ' . Smo
MRS. C. E. REED ha?.opened
for inspection the finest assort?
ment Of Frond:, English and
American Ladies' HATS, BON?
NETS, FLOWERS ANO RIB?
BONS, ito,, tho best and cheapest
.ver offered to the Ladies of Co?
lumbia and the surrounding
Several cases of Ladies, Misses ind .BOY*'
HATS AND CAPS, from 25 oents up. Hair
Braids, Waterfalls, Curls, Switches, Coils, kc.
Country Merchants will find it to their ad?
vantage to give me a call, and seo for them?
selves. Fresh arrivals every day. Hats, Bon?
net's, ?c., by thc caso or dozen, will bo sold
Bridal Wreaths and Veils of every descrip
ti i, Jewelry, etc,,
Haviug first class Milliners, we are prepared
to execute all orders with neatness and de?
spatch. Main Street, Colnmbia, opppsite
ltopHon it Bntpheu's. March 2!j arno
. Manufacturer and Dealer in
Cabinet Furniture, &c.
Waver oom* Mahnt,, Souffl of Washington.
IN addition to thc usual full
?st?pply or ' House Furmshkn.
JOoods in his line, ia in receipt I
of slmeof PAKLWlUsi) BED-ROOM Fi:UM
TURE, which lu style aud elegance of finish, as
Wv ll as cheapness 'ind durability, cannot be
surpassed in any markov South of Baltimore.
Call and examine for yourselves. Orders for
FUNERALS, either in country or city, will bo
attended to promptly. Furniture made to
order. Particular attention given to Repair?
ing, Packing and Jobbing. May 9
ANTED-AGENTS-?7'5 to *20O perl
month everywhere, male and female, to
introduce the Genuine Improved Common
Sense FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. This
machine will stitch, hem, fell, tuch, quilt, cord,
biud, bra i 1 and embroider, In a moet superior I
manner. Price only f 13. Fully warranted for I
five years. Wo'will pay #1,0C0 for any machine
that will sew a stronger, moro beautiful, 6r I
more elastic seam than ours. It makes the
"Elastic Lock ytitch." Every seconJ stitch
can be cut, and still the cloth cannot be pulled
apart without toaring'4t. We pay agents from
f75 to $200 per month and expenses, or a com?
mission from which twice that amount otu be
made. Address .SECOMB A CO., Pittsburg,
Pa., St. Louis, Mo., or Boston, Mass.
CAUTION.-Do not bo imposed upon by
other parties palming off worthless cast-iron
machines, under the same namo or otherwise.
Ours ie the only genuine and really practical
cheap machine manufactured. May 20 ?Imo'
WANTED-AGENTS-To sell theAmeri- ,
can Knitting Machine. Price $25. Tho
simplest, cheapest and best Knitting Machino
over invented. Will knit 20,00^ stitches per
minute. Liberal inducements to agents. Ad?
dress AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE CO.,
Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo. May 203mo
FROM 4 to 350 HOUSE
POWEU including tho
celebrated Corliss Cut?
off Engines, Slido Valve
table Engines, Ac. Also,
Circular. Millay, Gang
Saw Mills, Sugar Cane
Mills, Shafting. Pulleys,
Ac, Lath and Shingle
Milla, Wheat and Corn
Mills, Circular Saws.
Bolting, Ac. Send for descriptivo Circular ann
Price List. WOOD ft MANN
Steam Engine Company, Utica, New York.
March 24 Cm o %
?GAX1ZEI) ?868. FOM LARGE SHOWS IV OXE. |S1869;
; . t i.,....' . .SJ jp -
? ? ? tl
lil' lil kl '
A COLOSSAL AGGREGATION
5 nsr^a-TTTixiE-s "V^OINTUIDITS.
O ol. O? T. Ames'
New Orl?ans Circus Sc Menagerie.
, ' Tho onlv organization of tho kind extant, projected and equipped
. with Southern capital, managed and directed by Southern mon, and
lj 2ts perambulations confined to, Southern States, and by far tho most
elegant, attractive and satisfactory exhibition now traveling.
COL. C. T. AMES..... .f.'i,Propriet?r.
DOC. CHAMBERS. :.Business Manager,
CAPT. J. L. BREESE.-. /........ ....Treasurer.
The entire combination will exhibit at
jj Columbia, Monday, June 28, at 2 and 7 P. M.
. ? Introducing a series of entertainments pro-emineutly beautiful, novel
. A and interesting, effected by
jj A SCORE OF BEAUTIFUL LADIES.
Tho most fascinating, acc?mplished and elegant in thc Arenic Pro?
A LEO ION OP 31A LE ARTISTS.
They have few equals and no superiors in phases of daring and agility.
X DUO OP MON TAMERS.
Malo and female, thc personification of miraculous and incomprehen?
sible courage and-fortitude.
A MOST EXTENSIVE MENAGERIE.
Of raro Wild Beasts of nearly eyerv known species, and of every geo?
graphical range from tho Frigid to the Torrid Zones.
A HERO OF THAIN ED HORSES.
Schooled almost to the point of rationality. Miracles of equine ac
4 ,. coniplishments. .
Clowns, Musicians and Comedians,
Brimful of rich humor, ravishing harmony and acceptable facetia,
together with all the necessary adjuncts to render it the largest, most
complete and rationally interesting amusement combination before
THE GRAND STREET PROCESSION
Will oclipso in gorgeous display, extent and novel features, among
which will bo the TURNING LOOSE LIONS, BENGAL TIGERS .ind
LEOPARDS, anything pf the kind ever beforo witnessed.
For description see Company publications. Juno 13 G
S UMMER I
O' <i TML 33 !
BLACK and FANCY ALPACA SACKS.
Blue Flaunoi Sacked
Brown, Drab and White Linen Suite. A
White Dnck and Marseilles Vt str.
White Linen Drawers. ,
White Jean Drawers.
Oauzo Merino Shirts.
Lisi0 Thread Shirts.
French Yoke Shirts. . .
Ties, Scarfi, Handkerci.it-fc, Gloves, Halt
PANAMA HATS. .
Boru' and Men's Straw Hats.
TriuiKs. Valise:-,'.traveling Bags, Ac.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
New Books at Bryan & McCarter's.
TRAILS In Javs. and East Indian Arehipe
Iago, with .M^prf and Plates, by Bickmore
Travels iii Alaska, by Whymper,"
Phineas Finn, the Irish member, 11.26,
Sly Recollections of Lord Byron, by Countes:
Palestine, Syria and Asia Minor, by Frtese.
How he Won-Her, by Mt s. Southworth, $1.7.
Pro-Hiatprlc Nations, by Baldwin, $1.7."?,
Colorado.its Park? and Mountains, bv Bowie
Two Lifo Paths, a romance, by M?.tilbach, (V
The Factory, by Miss Braddon, 7? cents,
Cometh up as a Flower, CO cents,
New Photograph Albums, Chromos. Ac.
Marboner's Island, sequel to Young Maroon
ere. May 20
fci/^vRANGE" Brand HAMS, best in market
\J Pure Loaf Lard.
Fulton Market Beof, Scaled Herrings.
Pickled Salmon, Smoked Tongues, Ac.
For sale by . GEO. SYMMERS.
Billiard Tables for Sale.
Twn fine BILLIARD TABLE
m?^WMrm^B XXi complete order, Marble an
T?HEM?Bl^^Slate Bedding, with Balls, Cue
1*1*1^' and Counters included. Shar
A Griffith's make. Will be ?old low. Call at
Dec ll G. DIERCK'S.
GROSS Wino Bottles, for sale by
F?b 14 :E. ? Ct. D. HOPE.
. . : Pocket Corn Sheller.
SHELLS G bushels of corn por hour. A envell
boy can eau usc thew. Any lady can use
them.* Weight 1 pound. They supply a want
long heeded. Will wear always. Take? every
kernel oft' the cob. Price, .only. $2.
. April 2? . . J, A" T-. ?? AGNEW
CHOICE 'GREEN AND BLACK
1? oasts Italian Maccaroni,
Young America and Cutting
Fresh COuntrv Butt?r, ' " ,
Triwe'Leaf La?d, .
Extra Family Flourbin bags and barrels,
Hei-U<.-r's Self-Raising Flour,
Baker's Chocolate ?nd Cocoa.
Superior Cider ar.d White Wine Vinegar,
Java, Lnguara and Rio Coffees^
Orango Sugar-cured Hams,
Breakfast Bacon aud Country Cured HamB
Jeffreys' and McEwcn's Scotch Ales,
Barclay St Perkins' London Porter,
Catawba Wine and Champagne,
Heidsick Champagne ano Claret,
All fresh, and tor sale low by
Jnne 4 E. & G. D. HOPF,
A.T. STE WA RT & CO.
FOR THE UNITED STATES.
IS FOR SALE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
"VC7"- X>. Love cfc Oo.?
Columbia, South Carolina.
And agents for the Empire Sewing Machine.
June 0 Imo
. Economy in Fuel and Labor.
SINCE our introduction of tho Improved
Kerosene STOVES, they have steadily
gained in public favor, and aro now used not
only for various culinary purposes, but also
for .PRESERVING rilUITS, DISTILLING
POSE WATEB, PREPARING LARD, Ac. I?
the Nursery and Sick Room, they are inva' u
able. Dentists, Chemists and Manufacturer
and others who need PORTABLE HEATING
APPARATUS, will find them admirably adapt?
ed to their wants.
A large eupplv of tho above, and also of tho
superior GAS STOVES, on hand and for salo
at manufacturer's prices,'wholesale nnd retail,
by J. n. DUVAL & SON,
No. 337 King st., one door North Liberty
April 3 j3mo ? ? Charleston, S. C.
SQVTH CAROLINA STATE
Agricultural and Mechanical Magazine.
(Official Organ of the South Carolina Slate Ag?
ricultural and Mechanical Society.)
A T an early date, tbs subscribers will pub
,/V lisb tho first number of a Monthly Maga?
zine, devoted to the development of tho mate?
rial interests of this State, and the whola
South; and will distribute 5,000 copies gratuit?
ously, so that every one may see what It la be?
fore subscribing. They intend to make it tho
best andihandaomest industrial magazine ever
published at the South? and they ask tho dor
dial co-operation of every good citizen in this
enterprise, which must redound to the public
welfare. Persons wishing copies of tho first
number, will please Bend their address to
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
May 9 12_Charleston, B. 0.
J. N. ROBSON, Commission Merchant,
NOS. 1 AND ? ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING ample means for advances, a busi?
ness experience of twenty years, and
confining himself strictly to a COMMISSION
BrsiNESs, without operating on his own ac?
count, respectfully solicits consignments of
Cotton, Flour, Wheat,.Corn, etc.
Shippers of Produce to bim may, at their
option, have.their consignments sold either in
Charleston or New York; thus having the ad?
vantage of two markets, without extra com?
Bishop W. M. Wightman, 8, C.; Col. Wm.
Johnson, Charlotte, N. C. ; Rev. T. O. Summers,
Tennessee; Hon. John P; Hifcg, Augusta, Ga.;
Messrs. George W. Williams ACo., Charles?
ton, 8. C.; Messrs. Williams. Tavlor tc Co.,
New York._ April 28 fly
^ CHAIR ffi^PP te AND
SOFA WABE E 0 OMS ,
' ; ' .175, 177 and 179 King Street, ' '
?narleston, &. O.
B A^IEITHTSIXC OX,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND, alargo
. and welt selected assortment of
'ti, or TUE LATEST AND
MOST APPROVED STYLES,
Which he offers at prices that cannot fail to
CHAMBER AMP COTTAGE SETS,
OF EVERT DESCRIPTION.
Thc Bc*! Assortment over Offered in this
N. B.-Goods car?fnllv packed for shipping.
Marob 19 - tSn o
SILVER and PLATE ' WARE, SPECTA?
CLES .\xr> T YE-'?i ASSI K. in .qr??at variety,
with the Wit quulitWii.f rr.R?SCOPIC LEN?
SES, which ar* a Hptifl with great enre.
WATC H Eg AM. 7 h W1:1 .RY repaire d.
Cameos. Diamonds null Precious Stones
mounted to oid'r. ' 'JAMES ALLAN,
307 liing btreit, Cbarhston, 8. O.
April 21 y? L ?_fgm
HTOI.IJ. U Cllli A CO.,
WHOLESALE DRY G00D8,
8S7 'i I ?60
Domestic Store. \ aiM' ST" | Lace Store.
Feb 27 CHARLESTON. S. C. ly
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BiTTERS.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL D1SIASU 07 TB!
STOMACH AND LIVER.
vnrr AM B?coM!?itDiD CT TH?
H?GEMAN Sc CO,,
A.GEXTS, NEW YORK.
Manufacture J by C. F. PANKNIN,
CHSH3T AMD AFCTSXCAST,
CHARLESTON", S. O.
JtVFor Sal? by Druggist* Every where.
Feb 6 tty