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I must tal? nw tura attho pail];
mast work at wj t**k vdlh*. resolute will,
Over and over again.
J?ut tho morning twwa must rall,' . '*?
And tho Bun and tho sommer rain
Moat do tliodr^part, and perform it all
Over and over again *
Tho brook through th? meadow flo wa, : '
And ovor and over again
,Th<j:px>nderDua mnWheel goee
Thongh8doing bo hot in'vain;
The path thal baa- once bean trod
ls never so rough to tho foot;
An d th e lesson wo onoo have lo ar nod <? '
Io nave* ao hard to ropest.
ThonKh aorrowfoHoars may fall,
And the heart to ita depths be driven
With storm and tempest, we nood thom all
To render ns meet for Houvon.
CAR FF. mast.
[ Vt 8.
"Carpe diem/" exclaimed Pani Gra?
ham, throwing aside' the letter he had
been reading, and tossing the'law book
from hi? lap half-way across the table.
?'Lie there, yon.old tautological hum?
bug!" apostrophizing the book. "You
ate not flt to . associate with a fellow,
whoso motto shall henceforth be-'carpe
"To think tho old miser should have
remembered me so handsomely at last,"
he continued, again taking np the letter
and running bis oyo over its contents,
while his whole face sparkled with happy
excitement. "I swear it was kind ia the
old chap? and more than I ever expected.
Some people are born to luck-as the
sparks fly upward-no, that's not it; but
it will do. The gods'preside over theil
births; and snit their blessings to theil
necessities. Now, this fortune would,
doubtless, baye been scattered to the fom
Iwinds, had it been mine, before th ii
blasted war beggared the whole Sou thor r
country, but my kind old uncle nursed
it, and iron ti obed it o a government pap,
until it grew into gigantic proportions
and now, just in the nick of time, whei
a fellow oau^anjoy it, he very obligingly
goes - to km ?dom come, ana lesivos 'iii
I pretty nursling to me. By the grea
H Mogal 11 am a Tucky dog, and carpe diem
H say I."
The young man folded the lawyer',
I letter, that had told him he was heir V
H batt 4 toiflioni and let hip eye wande
I bVer hil apartment. It had never lookei
I sq mean to him before-that oiroum
H M?fbed office, with its unvarnished pi)*
? '??By Jove! I don't see how a feilen
H can exist in such a miserable hole," h
? exclaimed; all the importance of half i
I million breaking ont in his tone. "No
I one item to redeem its bald shabbiness.'
I As he spoke, his eyo fell on un exquisit
H miniature that hang over the piae man
"Ha!" a slight sneer showing th
H white teeth-"She'll think we ought t
I be married at once, I suppose; but no
H so, my incomparable Fan, nat sq! 1
I was all very wall to -wish for a fortuno t
I make two fools happy; but when th
I fortune comes aU on.one side, my Fan
Bj you must not bo-HO unreasonable!"
"Liberty! my darling, liberty! Hoi
I many men have''ched "for this gloriou
H phantasm of a heated brain; but I, wise
I than they, m eau to live for it. And ye
Bj it is a pretty little thing;" scrutinizin
fl the picture closely, "and I could no
H perhaps, do bettor. A little moro styli
I a little mose dignity-bat they will com
B with years; I am told they always do. .
H little more gravity, which will doubt le;
fl come with waiting for Paul Graham an
?fl his half million, and then, my Fat
fl you'll bo pretty nearly perfect; at leas
HJ I'll be willing to take" you." And wi tl
H out moro ado, he, with perfect eoolnes:
I tb.ua mentally disposed of x anny Esse:
fl the fairest gill ia all that country.
Paul Graham was a Virginian, of s
Hfl old and wealthy family. The late wi
BB breaking oat whoa he was bat a youtl
|B had sadly interrupted his studies. E
fl was not college bred, but he bod gradi
BS ated on the battle-field, taking his dipl
I ma from the disastrous plains of App
I mattox. Ho returned nome to find
I desolate hearth and a broken bouseholi
fl There was nothing left to him but to loc
Hfl ont for himself, and he commenced tl
fl study of law in that same little, dinj
HB oflico, in a narrow street in Itichmon
I the very plac? where the letter of M
H Black, attorney for the estate of h
fl uncle, reached bim, bringing tidings
I his great good fortune. His spirits, th
hud been weighed down by the si
I changes misfortunes had wrought, nt
BHsprung up with the elastic rebound nat
SD ral to youth and joy.
"A parting visii to Fan!" he cri.
H gaily, "and then for New York at
That evening found him seated 1
? Fanny's side, in her mother's park
HB talking grandly of his possessions, )
I schemes and pleasures. She listened.
HB fl rat, with a bounding pulse and a ki
? diing faoo, for the happiness that bad ji
^Hhccn awaiting a turu in fortuno'a wire
? would surely be theirs now. But as
H went on with his airy braggadocio,
flsuddenly struck her, liko a blow, that
fl had not onoo included her in any of 1
HS plans, it had been - "1 will do titi:
Hand, "/will have that," with a selfl
BBoblivion of her dearest hopes. Wh
Btbis thought carno to her, her hac
censed their happy, nervous fiutteril
Hand the flush died from her face. S
sat by bim wry t^b^^pever moy
?og-just her heart crying ont, in ita
wearS, how >f r?ely?/ho w. gladly, I I
woaid Lavo laid it al! in his hand. " And
be, utterly selfish, rat?ed on, unheeding
tba fierce warfare ? thal lore, aud: pride
?ere waging in that ?entlo bosom. At
last, b? ro??rtb gov l?Wel!; Fab/* rather
patronizingly, "I supposa you will hour
from me while I am-ttPXew York.*
:, Fan raisod her oyes-how tender and
sad they were!
"I do nob know why I should, Mr.
"Mr. Graham," who had always been
"Paul" before.* had never started at the
shriek of passing shell, as he did at a
nameless something in that low, even
tobe. ?. . . .
. ?lWby, Fan/' he cried; "in the name
of all that's wonderful? what ia the mat?
ter with you ?"
j ;?*I have bcfeh dreaming,"Said the girl,
"sud bave just awakened. I hope I did
no? startle youl" .
' 'By the gods 1 yon did, though ! Been
dreaming, eb? Whet-about?"
'.A?ojjtf I ff, great po^ossion, that I
thought was mino.. I dreamed that you
loved mo, Paul."
"So Tdo, my angel. So I do."
I k'You dp not," sh?ral?Bwered, calmly.
/'You love but two Mungs on the faoe of
the earth-yourself and your money. "
"You are wrong, my dear little Fanny,
for I love you; and you must not be so
hard on a fellow, whoso greatest fault is,
that he-wants to enjoy himself a little
before settling down."
"There was a time," said she, "when
you Bwore your cbief joy was to be near
me. Bat all this wealth has changed
you. I was foolish not to know it. For?
give me, Paul, that I did not release you
She spoke without any passion, and
he looked sharply at her, to see if she
could be in earnest, but there was no
smile on the glowing lip, and no light in
the tearful eyes.
I "Why, Fan, you abominable jilt!" he
exclaimed, lightly; "you do not think I
am going to gire you up, do you? No.
You are to be my true princess always,
! and after a little wbile we will be mar?
ried, and, as the story books say, 'live
happily together ever after.' "
. Bat she only shook her head, and
I said, "No, Paul; you are free. It is bet?
ter so. I know it is."
And be, not fully persuaded that she
was, wrong, did not entreat with the
warmth and passion, he would have
evinced before bis fortunate windfall;
I for he, silly fellow, thinking half a mil?
lion would buy everything be could
pos8sibly want, with tho trifling ingre?
dient of happiness, thrown in, left uer
standing there with her firm denial and
breaking heart. "She'll come round,"
thought ho; "and if she don't, why, by
the powers,. there are plenty more. Pick
and choose* Paul, my-man, take your
time. O?hpe diem! That's your motto!"
Carpe diem! With what a relish it
went. Women and wine, houses and
dogs, carde and dice! Everything that
pander to'a vitiated taste. No estab?
lishment could vie with'his in the luxury
of ita appointmentetTvo" honnda so fleet;
no stott SO, &rB^4*y blood in
his stalls wa*bw .^jrpioa1 of the. pace at
which he waa rptbing to ruin.
Could the OIO^'TOMPWO had amassed
all that money, With such pains-taking
and miserly care, scraping it together
from highways and by-wuys, have seen
how rapidly it was flowing back into its
old channels, he conk! not surely have
lain so still . in his narrow house. No
phantom hand, however, closed around
the money bags, and the string of Paul
Graham's purse always "hung on the
Thus it continued for two years. "Dear
little Fan" was well-nigh forgotten in
the multiplicity of exciting pleasures he
managed to crowd into the days. His
friends-of whom he hod a host-(for
what good fellow who spent money free?
ly over lacked them?) His friends, I
say, looked on him with a certain kind
of admiration for his recklessness, and
pity for the ruin that was inevitably com?
ing upon bim.
At first, Paul had supposed that tho
purse of Fortunatas never in its palmiest
days contained more than half a million;
but latterly he began to have forebod?
ings that, through the glitter of the coin,
he could see something that looked mar?
velously like the bottom of the wallet.
And though ho had enjoyed tho day
wonderfully, he did not like the pros?
pect of night coming on with its dark?
ness and want.
"Somo fools wonld tell me to econo?
mize on what is left," he soliloquized,
in taking a mental review of the situa?
tion; "but that's not my style. Live,
while yon do live, Paul, my hearty, and
die, if die you mast, bravely, with colors
flying ! Before giving up, however, I'll
strike once more for life and liberty
that is, I'll go round to Talbot's Saloon
and either get back tho lost sheep, or
send the remnant of the flock after
All night long lie sat iu Talbot's mag?
nificent gaming saloon, watching tho
revolutions of his fluctuating fortune.
Ho had been rather lucky up to the
early hours of morning, but then tho
, fickle jade gave him the cut direct, and
bestowed her favors on his patient op?
4, 5, G o'clock, and the palo dawn
looked in upon tho paler faces of tho
miserable devotees. And still the wheel
turned, und still fortune frowned on tho
boldest gambler that over quaffed the
maddening wino in her honor.
Paul Graham was penniless. Tho pis?
tol from his belt, tho watch from his
bosom, and tho jewels from his hands,
had been the hist offerings laid on tho
unhallowed shrine. Ho got up and
strode fiercely through the glittering
rooms, as if to shake tue dust of the ac?
cursed place from his feet. He hud
reached the door, and turned it on its
silont hinges, whon a sudden thought
caused him to closo it softly and turn
haughtily back. Tho men who stood
fr-rr pfc* " ''."??;;.? " 11 ? " y,":. vyr*
around (x??*##;friends; they bsdeaten
of hiB sio, dira? of bis cup, Ajt&Jeveled
on bis ??4I?xty> r-Verily. PajpftQraham
dering what the bankrupt spendthrift
could be going to say? for they thoaght
he was otto that was "would dio, and
make no moan," aba not like ' some of
nerveless mould, como whining around
his lost fortune. \"3B??
Ho stood just in front of tho mau who
had beeped up before h$m the remnant
of his abundant wealth- She wine flush
bad died from his faoe, and bis flory eyes
gleamed ftomTtteir r^e.;erttina*,, like
living coals in the dead'whife ashes.
"Walter Elbert," addressing his fortu?
nate rival,' ''you have known me long,
and known me to be an honest man,
though a foolish one. Fortun? came to
me unexpectedly, and turned my brain;
bnt before it came, I had one treasure
that I prized above all the gold that ever
glittered cn that table. I have it yet.
Risk something against it, and give me
one more obance to walk out into God's
free world, for, as a beggar, I will never
leave these walls; and I tell yon, thongh
smiling and unconcerned as you sit
there, my blood will be upon your
"What is your treasure, Paul?" asked
the other, lightly. "Perhaps I'll stake
a few thousands against it. I may just
as well add it to these," touching the
notes and money lying before him.
"It is the woman who onoe promised
to be my wife-the fairest and best in all
Such a laugh as went up from these
"Bad stook, Paul; bad stock," said
Walter Elbert. "That happens to be a
little article for which I have no uso.
And suppose I would be willing to take
mademoiselle, who is to guarantee the
little flirt's acquiescence?"
"She would marry even you to save
"Tut, Paul, my verdant; I am not a
marrying man; know me better."
The sudden light that flamed over the
young mnn's fane checked the infamous
insinuation on Elbert's lip.
"However," he continued, "I never
did the shabby by a fallen foe, so herc
goes for a thousand on your fair capital;
and may sho bring you hick, say I."
She did bring him luck. Once more
they stood front to front on that despe?
rate battle-field. The ground that had
already been won and lost was gone ovei
again with bitter tenacity. The sun went
down, and night deepened, bnt still the}
played-fortune balancing her favors sc
evenly that the young men cursed hei
for the fickle jade she is ever repr?sent?e
to be. But nt last there was a change
and the heap before Paul grew in magni
tude, until it swallowed all the winning!
of his opponent, and made deep inroad)
into the capital of the bank.
He was rich again; and he bet with 1
maddened recklessness that startled tin
oldest habitues of that splendid tempi
A few mere nervous revolutions of th<
wheel, and the bank was broken! Pau
Graham bad redeemed his squandcret
heritage. His gold, his notes and vouch
era were all arranged; then he arose
smiling, with his haggard, ghastly face
and pointing to the coming day, said
"Carp? diem! Gentlemen, I bid yoi
a happy farewell."
He reached the sidewalk, managed t
signal a carriage, and, with the driver'
assistance, got in. That was the last h
knew for many long days and weeks; fo
the tense brain and nerves relaxed, an
a fever, that almost took tho mind an
life out of him, held him long iu its coe
suming fires. But through all his inte
lernble burning and anguish, there seen
ed to bo a pitying angel. ever near, m
Mistering to his frenzied wants. Au
when tho disease at length relenseel il
death-like grasp, and he opened his eye
again to consciousness, tho same angeli
presence stood by his side, and looke
pityingly down on his helplessness. H
feeble lips coule! just form the syllabi
"Fan," when they were sealed by a ligl
kiss, which gave the impression of fo
giveness and reconciliation.
When he grew strong enough, whic
he finally did, mutual explanations wei
given. He learned that he had been le
at tho Fifth Avenue Hotel. The phys
cian who was called in, hearing the youu
man's piteous entreaties for "swei
Fan," looked among his papers, an
finding that young lady's address, di
not hesitate to despatch for her.
Anel she, tender, compassionate, fo
giving Fan, came and nursed hi
through his elesperate and tedious il
ness, and now, that he was getting we
again, she was going back home, to tl
old aimless life.
Blithe copk her in his feeble arms ar
swore that that should never be, deda
lng he needed her now moro than eve
Ho made a foll confession of tho vicioi
lifo he had bern leading, even down
his insano and audacious recklessness
Talbot's saloon, and then ho swore, I
the pi por that played before Moses, th
she alone would koop him from such wi
pranks in tho futuro.
"For yon see, child, I nm rich vc
and my conduct has proved that fa
not a fit recipient of fortune's favors,
must have a custodian to take care
me and my mouey, and you, Fan, ha
been my guardian angel, and gnardii
und angel you must be still."
And so sho was.
The dignity anel gravity had como
her with timo and trial, anti no ono wi
sees her ns sho rolls by in her splend
equipage, thinks that she is wanting
A few of tho initiated, whon they me
her and Walter Elbert in society t
gether, whisper to him:
"Walter, old boy, yon were devil i
unluoky." And Walter thinks if '.
could find a duplicate Mrs. Graham, '.
might be induced to become a marryii
Paul hos not changed his motto, b
ho makes it mean nobler things, and
seta .> seal to s>? of his many charitable j
deeds, by softly saying to himself-'
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Land and City Property for Sale.
14 FIRST CLASS CITY RESIDENCES, 8 to
. 12 Rooms,
2. 7 2d Class City Residences, C to 10 Rooms,
3. ? 3d Class ?? 3 to G
4. 8 Valuable Building Lots, on Main street,
5. 10 " Lots, in other parts of tho city,
C. 3 Largo Lots in Waverley,
7. 14 Tracts Land, within 3 miles of Columbia,
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8. The HopkinB T. O. Plantation, 1,480 acres,
9. 2,422 acres, near Kingsville, one of tho best
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10. 9 Other Plantations in Richland-eome bf
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ns before purchasing.
HOSES col.DSM ITU . A UH A H A M A. GOLDSMITH.
HENRY BISCHOFF & 00.,
?AND Dealers in Wines, Liquors, Se- '
gars, Tobacco, Ac. Hi7 East Bay,
Charleston, 8. C. H. BI8CHOFF,
Ang 1 ly_J. H. PIEPER.
D. F. FLEMING A 00.,
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
No. 2 Hayne street, corner
CHARLESTON, S. C.
P. F. FLEMING,
SAMT. A. NEL80N,
Aug 1 ly JAME3 M. WILSON.
The Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosp
HAYING completed their extensive Manul
Fertilizers, no other kinds being availabl
invent munt H.
Thin Company, under tho direction entirely c
ducements which will recommend it to, Soul
largest and most completo in the United Stat
abundant supply of tho proper solvent for tho;!
aro near by. From these Phosphates they pi
in eolnblo Phosphate than those made from" rev
quantity of Super-Phosphate of Limo found inM
salo, the rate? at which we offer thom being, no
tilizers, while the Manures contain t wico as mi
cheaper, to the consumer. They aro offered on
that the material In each will correspond to thc
ETI WAN, No. 1.-Soluble Phosphate, contain
Pure Soluble Phosphate of Lime, and furnished
ETIWAN, So. 2_Peruvian Super-Phosphate
Soluble Phosphate, and two to four por cent, of
proved accept aneed, bearing interest, or such o
agents Orders to bo forwarded immediately tc
and arter 1st January next.
G. G. MEMMINCEK, President.
J8S~ Tho Fertilizers of this Company will bo b
Agents for Elton's Premium Trenton Crackers.
W. H. CHAFEE & CO.,
207 East Bav, Charleston, S. C.
Agents for P. Ballantine A Sons'
WM. H. CHAFEE. TH OS. 8. O'BRIEN.
E. B. sTonn.vnn. CALEB EROXEUEBOEK.
E. B. STODDARD & CO.,
"V^V WHOLESALE DEALERS in
Boots. Shoes and Trunks, at
-^^^p>Manufaeturer?' prict-H, 105 Meet?
ing street, nearly opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. M. C. __ Auc 1 ly
ED WIN BATES & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
O IJ O T H I INT <3- ,
122 and 121 Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, ? S . C.
GEO. C. KELMAN,
Aug 1 ly_TH OH. R. McGAHAN.
CHARLES KERRISON, Jr.
DEALER in Hardware, Cutlery,
Guns, Agricultural Implements,
|Ao.. 219 King street., Charleston,
S. C. An assortment of House-keeping Hard
ward on hand._Aug 1 ly
Show Cases ! Show Oases !
W. H. CORIE'S LATEST PATENT.
At New York Rates,
Constantly on hand and made to order.
TOYS! TRIMMINGS ll FANCY GOODS 1!!
MUSICAL Instruments, Stationery,
t Base Balls, Fire-works, Ac. Stamping,
?Embroidery and Braiding neatly exe?
cuted, from latest designs, at
WM. MCLEAN'S. 433 King St..
Aug 1 ly Charleston, 8. C.
COQSWELL, ARVERTISINQ AGENTS.
al, If not superior, to any Bitters in tho mar
psi*, Lo RH of Appetite, Chill? and. fever,.and ia
or salo by Druggists and Grocers overywhere.
5E OLD CAROLINA BITTERS,
12 doz. and lesa than 50 doz.$7.50 per doz.
i, WINEMAN & CO.,
-if tho Celebrated Carolina BHter?; 1:
f choice European Drugs and Chomioals,
No. 23 Hay no street, Charleston, 8? C. |
TON, S. C.
Y RIVER BONE PHOSPHATE.
COPELAND A DEARDEN, Columbia.
. DUKES, General Agents, Charleston, S. C.
FOR PALATKA, FLORIDA?
Via Savanna?i, Fernandina, Jacksonville etnd
Landings on the St. John's Uiver.
and FIRST ULASS
TOR, Captain W? T.
MCNELTY, -win sail
from Charleston every
i TUESDAY EVEN?
ING, at 9 o'clock, for abovo points, connecting
with Central Railroad, at Savannah, for Mo?
bile and New Orleans, with Florida Railroad,
at Fernandina, for Cedar Keys? at which point
Steamers connect with New Orleans, Mobile,
Pensacola, Key West and Havana. . Through
Bills Lading signed to Now Orleans, Mobdo
and Pensacola. J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
_Benth Atlantic Wharf, Charleston.
HENRY COBIA & GO..
?.G Vendue Range,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA,
Grocers and Commission Merohanta,
Keep constantly on hand a foll assortment
GROCERIES, , .'
Aug 1_ ? j ? ly
. ZOGBAUM, Y&WB
llll??Wii?irnai IMPORTERS and Dealers in
Hon'? and J. B. Dunham V Pranc*,tCi?harfc A;
Needham's Melcxleon?, Tilton's Pa teat Gkwtar.
191 King Street, Charleston, S.,0* J, UOJUU.
FERDINAND ZOGBAUM, New Y^ork: ^??
RY YOUNG, C L. McCLENAHAN, Cm&les
toft;B.C. 1 - Aair lly
. La Valeuti^'a Segar Factory ?
. jjfo i?& JSasi Bay. Street,
TTAVE tor-Bale tho cboioost brands of Pate
?71- Havana, Uejrara. Also,' good domqetic
Segare, at low prices. . .
ALFRED A. BABBOT, Agent,,
Aug 1 ly Charieetoh; 8. C.
MANURES. ..-v. Z?
hate Company, of Charleston, S, C., .,.
acto ry, are now prepared1 to furnish Soluble
le to planters for immediate returns tor their
if Southern men of high character, .offers in
thorn planters. Their works aro among tho
cs,'aria enable them to prepare ab hom? an
kinth Carolina native Bone Phosphates which
ro?oso to manufacture a Fertilizer oven richer
f bones, and containing more thin twice the
he bcBt average Manures'heretofore offered for
higher than the average price of other Fer
icb'fertilising material; they are in fact much
the market ia two forms, with a guarantee
ining from eighteen to twenty-Dvo per cent, .of
I at sixty dollars por ton.
, containing from sixteen to twenty pur cent, of
Ammonia, at seventy dollars per ton; ior.ap
ther security as may bo acceptable to tl?o anb
> thc Agents, and delivery made a,s.directed on
WM. C. BEE A CO., Agents.
randed ETIWAN, No. l/and ETIWAN,Hov 3.'
I A Useful Invention.
HOUSE-KEEPERS who do their own cook?
ing with Kerosene or Gas Stoves, have,
j heretofore, felt the want of a perfect Baking
DUVAL'S PATENT BAKER ,
attached to their Stoves, will bake Bread,
Biecuit, Pies, fte., and roast Poultry, Beef,
Potatoes, ?tc, to perfection. A fuH supply of
Kerosene and Gas Stoves, of the best kinds,
together with Utensils for every purpose, for
sale, at wholesale and retail, by
J. B. DUVAL A SONS, Charleston, 8. C..
AUK 1 ly Agents for the Patentees.
"Eason Iron Works,"
CHA RLES TON, S. C.
? i,, ., , STEAM ENGINES, Machhio
n!Q?!?hHi?M?i'i: rv and Castings.
Il^lfti^ J. M. BASON ft BRO.
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
Non. 4, 6 and 8 Vendue Range, Charleston, 8. C.
WHOLESALE Dealers In Iron, Mot?is,
Rags, and all kinda of Paper Stock.
Highest cash prices paid for tho above.
MOSES GOLDSMITH. ABRAHAM A. OOLDBM1TH.
TUOS. J. KEnn. HEI1MAN.N I>UI.,A I N L. .K.
T. J. KERR &00.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Kerr's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
WILL attend to tho sales of all kinds of
Produce and Purchase of Merchandize.
1 lealers in No. 1 Peruvian Guano and other
Fertilizers._Aug 1 ly
Charleston Dental Depot,
275 KING STREET.
OLD and Tin Foil, Amalgam Mineral
Teeth, Steel Goods, and every article used by
the Dentist. Aug 1 ly
W?TKlRr?vX?S & COGSWELL,
STATIONERS and Printers, and dealers in
Printers' Materials, Broad street, Charles?
ton, S. C. Aug 1 ly