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Beauty ia waning, a volta-of. mmjpJainin g f
Comeo from the hill-oido and dell; . ,
Dirge nota? ara ringing, aaa cricket* are tiing -
To tftiinmor a aong o? fnrowoll ! . 1
Day brigbtly cloao?, but whore ara tho rosea
Juno wreathed with her t reoees of gold ?
Soft wlnda'are Bighted whero darkly aro lying
Their rain-beaten leay ea oa the mold.
8&dneHS dome? o'er me. for barren before mo J
Lio ?aid? that I loved when a boy; ,
No "jor?Iu t?e ?ba^ows Of oaks on tho moa?'
Stout mo wo re thdr'rioonlng enjoy.
The etubble, how lonely 1 woods shooting tip
- onay 1- iL. ff* . ! !_."?:
Where grain clothed the generous soil.
And roan er s wer o swinging their, cradles and
Blithe ?trains to enliven tho toil, /.fl
Cattlo aro wading where willows are shading
The low, shallow bed of the stream; ,
Thistle-down floating, ia sadly denoting
That Summer will pass like a dream. ,0
The harvest moon, sailing 'through mist, is
- - unveiling
H?r diso like a blood-painted shield,
While, csbool-boy and maiden, their basket
fn? laden, '7/ rn-.Tr..
Hi? horde from tho blackberry field.
Dark swolls of ocean, With lon g-measured
motion, i : r
Moan as they break on the shore;
Airy tongues walling for beauty's oheok paling,
Chimo in with th? desolate roar. :
Stars-havo grown dimmer, lesa daaaling tho
glimmer1 . '
Of fire-fly lamps on tho .lawn;
, Flour-cups unfolding, are honey-drops hold?
But light from the landscape ia gone.
Throned on the thistle, the bob-o-link's whistle
Mado cheerful the meadows ot June;
Mead-larks saluting the morn with their Ant?
ing, i c
Replied to his rap tu rons tuno. .
Hoarse crows arc calling, and first loaves aro
But still a mild loveliness reigns;
A Bwcot, haunting sadness, though yanisbod a
And- glory from natara remains.
THE B?X Ttmi?fi.
BY CHABLES READE.
Tba 10.15 train glided from Padding?
ton, May 7? 1847. ' tn the left compart?
ment of a certain first class cur ringo vere
four passengers. Of these, two trete
-worth description. The lady had n
smooth, white, delicate brow, strongly
marked eyebrows, long lashes, eyes that
seemed to chango color, and a good-sized
delicious mouth, with teeth as white ac
milk. A man could not see her nose for
hes eyes and mouth, her own sex could
and would have told us some nonsense
about it. Gho wore an unpretending
greyish dress, butt'ned to the throat,
with lozenge-shaped buttons, and s
Scotch shawl that agreeably evaded thc
responsibility of color. She was like s
duck, so tight her plain feathers fitter]
her; and there she sat, smooth, snug,
delicious, with a book in her hand, and
a soupcon of her snowy wrist just visible
as ehe held it Her opposite neighboi
was what I call a good style of man-thc
more to his credit, am oe he belonged tc
a corporation that frequently turns out
the worst imaginable style of younc
mun. He was a cavalry officer, aged
twenty-five. He had a moustache, but
not a very repulsivo one; not one ol
thos? subnasal pig-taila, on which sour,
is suspended like dew on a shrub; il
was short, tin ok, and black as coal. Hit
teeth had not yet been turned by tobaccc
smoko to the color of tobacco juico; hu
clothes did not stick to nor hong on hin
-they sat on hims he had an engaging
smile, and, what I liked the dog for, hit
vanity, which was inordinate, was in it
proper placo-Ina heart-not in his face
jostling mine, and other people's, wh<
have none-in a word, he was what on*
oftener hears of than .meets-a y o une
gentleman. He was conversing in ai
animated whisper with a oompanion, i
fellow-officer. They were talking abon
what it is far better not to do-women
Our f rio nd clearly did not wish to bi
overheard, for be cast, ever and anon, i
furtive glance at his fair vis-aivis, ant
lowered his voice. She seemed com
pletely absorbed iu her book, and tba
re-assured him. At lost, tho two soldier
came down to a whisper, and in tba
whisper (the truth must be told) the om
who got down at Slough, and was lost t
posterity, bet ?10 to ?8 that he who wa
going down with us to Bath and immor
taUty would not kiss either of the ladie
opposite upon the road. "Done!
"Done!" Now, I am sorry a man I hav
hitherto praised should have lent bim
self, even in a whisper, to such a speen
lation; but "nobody is wise at all hours
-not even when tho clock is strikin,
flve-and-twenty; and you are to con si do
his profession, his good looks, and th
temptation-ten to three.
Alter Slough the party was reduced t
three; at Twyford one lady dropped he
handkerchief; Captain Dolignan fell o
it like a tiger and returned it like a lamt
two or three words were interchanged o
that occasion. At Reading tho Man
bourough of our tale in ado one of th
safe investment* of that day, ho boogt
a Times and a Punch; the latter full c
steel pen thrusts and wood-ewte. Vale
and beauty deign?d to laugh nt some ir
dated humbug or other punctured b
Pwicjt.. Now laughing together than
our humanities; long before Swindon i
was a talking match-at Swindon wh
so devoted as Captain Dolignan; li
handed them out-he souped them, h
tough-chickoned thom-ho brandied an
cochi-nealed one, and he brandied nn
burnt-sugared the other; on their ret ur
to tho carriage, one Indy passed into tl:
inner compartment to inspect a certai
gentleman's seat on that side tho line.
Reader, had it been you or I, tl
beauty would havo boen the deserter, tl
average one would have stayed with t
till all was blue, ourselves included; m
more surely does our slice of bread au
butter, when it escapes from our han?
revolve it ever so aiton, alight faoe dowi
ward on the carpet. Rut this was a h
of a fop Adonis, dragoon-so Venus r
m.iined in tete-a-tete with him. You ha
seen a dog meet an unknown female
his species; how handsome, how en
presse, how expressive he become
Such was Dolignan after Swindon, ai
to do tho dog jiwfcee,, he ??> handsomer
And handsomer; and yon have ?eon ?/oa\
conscious of approaching oream, auoh
i waa Mi^;H?-vthorn; ?hfcfe??meaMh-arJ
' er add domurer ; presently onr Captain
looked cut of thoJ window and toughed?
this elicited an inquiring look from Miss
Haythorfr;'' ff^3WA?r- . . ./-~
1,1 We are only a mile from the Box
TuDuel." * i) ;.
"Do yon always laugh a Tnlle from the
Box Tunnel?" Said the lady;
. ..?&..'* rjm&i ? >
i "Why ! ham I it is a gentlemnn's
joke." j }tym
"Oh ! I don't mind its being silly, if
it makes melanga." .
Captain Dolignan, th?s encouraged,
recounted to Miss Haythorn tho follow?
i "A lady and her husband sat together
going through the Box Tunnel; there
was one gentleman opposite; it was pitch
dark; ofter the tunnel, tho lady said,
'George, bow absurd of yon to salute me
going through the tunnel.' 'I did no
such suing!' ?You didz?t2T *No; why?*
.Why, bcoauso somehow I thought you
Hero Captain ,Dolignan laughed and
endeavored to lead his companion to
laugh, but it was not to bo dono. The
train entered tho tunnel.
Miss H?ythorr?^'Ah !"
Dolignan-"Wh?t ia the matter?"
Miss Haythorn-"I am frightened."
Dolignan--(moving to her side)
"Pray, do not be alarmed, I am near
Miss Haythorn-"You aro near me.
very near mo, indeed, Captain Dolignan."
Dolignan-"You know my namoi"
Miss Haythorn-"I heard your friend
mention it. I wish we wero out of this
Dolignan-"I oould be content to
spend hours here, re-assuring you, sweet
Dolignan-^Pweepl (Grave reador,
do not put your lips to'tno cheek of the
next pretty, creature you moot, or you
will understand what this moans.)
Miss Haythorn-"Eel Eol Eel"
Friend--"What is the matter?"
Miss Haythorn-"Open tho door!
open the doorl"
There was a sound of hurried whis?
pers, the door waa shut and the blind
pulled down with hostile sharpness.
If any critic falls on me for putting
inarticulate sounds in a dialogue as
above, I answer with all the insolence I
can command at present, "Hit boys as
big as y ou rs eli," bigger perhaps, such as
Sophocles, and Aristophanes; they be?
gan it, and 1 learned it of them, sore
against my will.
Miss Hay thorn's scream lost moat ol
its effect, because tho engine whistled
40,000 murders at the same moment; and
fictitious grief makes itself heard when
Between the tunnel and Bath oui
young friend had time to ask himsell
whether his conduct had boen marked
by that delicate reserve which is sup?
posed to distinguish the perfect gentle?
With a long fuce, real feigned, ho held
open the door-his late friends attempt?
ed to escape on the other side, impossi?
ble! they must pass him. She whom he
had insulted (Latin for kissed) deposited
somewhere at his feet a look of gentle,
blushing reproach; the other, whom he
had not insulted, darted red-hot daggen
at him from her eyes, and so they parted,
It was, perhaps, fortunato for Dolig?
nan that he had the graoe to bo friend.'
with Major Hoskyns, of|his regiment, c
veteran laughed at by tho youngsters,
for tho Major was apt to look coldly upor
billiard balls and cigars; ho had seer
cannon balls and linstock. He had also,
to tell the truth, swallowed a good bit o;
tho mess-room poker, but with it some
sort of moral poker, which made it a?
impossible for Major Hoskyns to descent
to au ungentlemanly-likewordor action,
as to brush his own trowsers below th?
Captain Dolignan told this gentlemai
his story in gleeful accents; but Majoi
Hoskyns heard him coldly, and as colah
answered that he had known a man los?
his life for the same thing. "That ii
nothing," continued the Major, "bu
unfortunately he deserved to lose it."
At this the blood mounted to thc
younger man's temples, and his sonioi
added: "I mean to say he was thirty
five; yon, I presume, are twenty-one!"
"That is much tho samo thing; wil
you be advised by me?"
"If you will advise me."
"Speak to no one of this, and som
White tho ?3, that ho may think yoi
have lost the bet."
"That is bard, when I won it!"
"Do it for all that, sir."
Let the disbelievers in human per
feotibility know that this dragoon, inca
I pablo of a blush, did this virtuous ac
don, albeit with violent reluctance, an?
this was his first damper. A week afte
these events, ho was at a ball. He wa
in that state of factitious disconten
which belongs to us amiable English
He was looking, in vttlu, for a lady
equal in personal attractions* loathe Ide
ho had formed of Georgo Dolignan as ;
man, when soddenly there glided pus
him a mo?t delightful vision! a hub
whoso beauty and symmetry took biri
by the eyes-another look. "It can'
be!" "Yes, it is!" Miss Haythorn! (no
that he knew her name!) but was ai
Tho dock had becomo a pea-hen-rs
diant, dazzling, sho looked twico a
be.utiful, and almost twico as latge, n
before, ne lost sight of her. Ho foun
her again. Sho was so lovely she mad
him ill-and he, alone, must not dane
with her, speak to her. If ho had hoe
content to begin heir acquaintance th
usual way, it might have ended in kist
ing, but having begun with kissing, j
must end in nothing. As she dance?,
sparks of beauty fell from her on a
around, but him-she did not seq bin
it was clear abo never would seo bin
bia imperti?erihe.' Dd?fgnsn* at last
found bimself Injured. "Who yti/t tf?si
man?" "and what right bad bo to go on
BO?" "Ho had never kiased her, I sup?
pose," said Polly. D ol ig nan could not
prove it. bnt be felt that somehow th?
rights of property were invaded. He
went home'and dreamed of Miss Hay
thorn, aud hated all the ugly success?
ful.* He spent a' fortnight tiying to
* When our successful rival is ugly, tho blow
is doubly severe, crushing-we i all by blud?
geon; wo who thought the keenest rapier
might porohaucc thrust at us in vain,
find ont who this beauty was-he never
could encounter her again. At last bo
heard of her in this way: A lawyer's
clerk paid him a little visit, and com?
menced a little action against him, in the
name of Miss Haythorn, for insulting
her in a railway train.
The young gentleman was shocked;
endeavored to soften thc lawyer's clerk;
that machine did not thoroughly com?
prehend the meaning of the term. The
lady's "?amo, however, was at least re?
vealed by this untoward incident, from
her name to her address was but a short
step; and the same day our crestfallen
hero lay in wait at her door-and many
a. succeeding day-without effect. But
one fine afternoon she issued forth quite
naturally, as if she did it every day, and
walked briskly on the nearest parade.
Dolignan did tho same, met and passed
her many times on the parade, and
searched for pity in her eyes, but found
neither look nor recognition nor any
othor sentiment; for all this, she walked
and walked, till the other promenaders
wero tired and gone, then ber culprit
summoned resolution, and taking his
hat, with a voice tremulous for the first
time, besought permission to address
her. She stopped, blushed, and neither
acknowledged nor disowned his acquaint?
ance. He blushed, stammered out how
ashamed he was, how be deserved to be
punished, how he was punished, how
little she knew how unhappy he was; and
concluded by begging her not to let all
the world know tho disgrace of a man,
who was already mortified enough by the
loss of ber acquaintance. She asked an
explanation; be told ber of the notion
that had been commenced in her name;
she gently shrugged her shoulders, and
said, "How stupid they are." Embold?
ened by this, be begged to know whether
or not o Ufe of distant unpretending de?
votion would, after n lapse of years,
erase the memory of his madness-his
"She did not know him!"
She must now bid him adien, as she
had some preparations to make for a ball
in tho Crescent, where everybody was to
be. They parted, and Dolignan deter?
mined to be at the ball, whero everybody
was to be. He was there, and after some
time, ho obtained an introduction to Miss
Haythorn, and he danced with her. Her
manner was gracious. "With tho won?
derful tactof horses, she seemed to have
commenoed tho acquaintance that even?
ing. That night, for the first time, Do?
lignan fell in love. I will sparo the read?
er all o lover's arts, by which he succeed?
ed in dining where she dined, in dancing
where abo danced, in overtaking her by
accident when she rode. His devotion
followed her oven to ohurob, where our
dragoon was rewarded by learning there
is a world whero they neither polk nor
smoke, the two capital abominations ol
He made acquaintance with ber uncle,
who liked him, and he saw at last with
joy that her eye loved to dwell upon
him, when eho thought he did not ob?
serve her. '
It was three months after tho Bos
Tunnel that Capt Dolignan called one
j day upon Capt. Haythorn, R. N., whom
he had met twice in his lifo, and slightly
propitiated by violently listening to o
cnttii)g-out expedition; he called, and io
the usual way asked permission to pay
his addresses to his daughter. The wor
thy captain straightway began doing
quarter-deck, when suddenly he wai
summoned from the apartmout by c
mysterious message. On his return, he
annonnced, with a total change of voioe,
that "It was all right, and his visitoi
might run alongside as soon as lu
chose." My reader has divined the
truth. This nautical commander, terri?
ble to the foe, was in complete and hap
py subjugation to his daughter, onr he
As ho was taking leave, Dolignan san
his diviuity glide into the drawing-room,
Ho followed her, observed a sweet con
sciousness which encouraged him; thal
consciousness deepened into confusion
she tried to laugh, she oried instead, am"
then she smiled again; and when he kiss
ed her hand at the door it was "George'
and "Marian," instead of Captain this,
and Miss the other. A reasonable timi
after this (for my talo is merciful and
skips formalities and torturing delays
these two wero very happy, they wen
onco moro upon the railroad, goiug tc
enjoy thoir honey-moon all bj' themselves
Marian Dolignan was dressed just as be
fore-duck-like, and delicious, al' bright
except her clothes; but Georgo sat besidi
her this timo instead of opposite; am
she drank him in gently from under hoi
"Marian," ?aid George, "married poo
plo should tell each other all. Will yoi
ever forgive me if 1 own to von no
"Well, thou, you remember tho BOJ
Tunnel?" (this was tho first allusion h<
had ventured to it)-"I nm ashamed tc
sny-I had bot ?3 to ?10 with White :
would kiss ono of you two ladies," ant
George, pathetic externally, chucklcc
"I know that. George; I overheard
you;" was the doinure reply.
"Oh! you overheard me? impossible'
' 'And did you not hear me whisper t<
my companion? I made a bet with her.'
"You made n bot, how singular. Who
"Only a pair of gloves, George."
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huei>i???4,idear*Bt." i?*>:(, . . >.
, MOhl-but say-then you oould not
have been ad very angry with mo, IOTA;
why, doorest, then, If ho ; brought that
notion against ruo?"
Mrs. Doligonn looked down.
: "I was afraid you were forgetting me!
George, ydn will never'forgive mei"
"Sweet angel-why here is the Box
Now, reader-fie!-nol no erich ?hing!
Yon can't expect to be indulged in this
way, every time we come to a dark place
-beside*, it is not the thing. Consider,
two sensible married people, no such
phenomenon, I assure you, took place.
No scream issued in hopeless rivalry of
the engine-this time! ? -~?-?^_
South Carolina Railroad Company,
GENERAL SUPT'S OFFICE, SEPT. 15,18G9.
IHP-5???5fc?3*c=38r?ilr.le for "Passenger
Traine will bo observed from this date:
DAY PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leaving Columbia at.7.45 a. m.
Arriving at Columbia at..*..4.40 p. m.
NIGHT EXPRESS THAIN.
Leaving Columbia at.5.50 p. m.
Avriving at Columbia at. 4.45 a. m.
TUX C?J?DEN TRAIN
Will continue to run the following schedule:
(Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.)
Arrive Columbia 11.00 a. m. Leave 1.45 p. m.
DAILY (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.)
Leavo Camdon G.35a.m. Ar Ringville 9.20a.m.
Lvo Ringville 3.15 p. m. Ar Camdon 6.05p.m.
Sept 10 LI. T. PEAKE, Ooneral Snp't.
Important Notice to Shippers.
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA R. R. Co.,
GENERAL FREIGHT AND TICKET AOT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA. S. C., August 12, 18G9.
TnE BEA-BOARD INLAND AIR LINE
FREIGHT ROUTE is again opened for
business and offers SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES
to the Merchants of Columbia and np-eountry.
RATES-NEW YORK TO COLUMBIA.-First
Class $1.35; Second Class ? 1.20; Third Clans
$1.10; Fourth Class 80c.; Fifth Class G0c, per
49" Rates and Classifications to all other
points North, samo as via tho Charleston
Tho Steamship Lines connecting with and
forming part of the Sea-board Inland Air Lino
aro as follows. BE CAREFUL AND SHIP BY THESE
Boston and Norfolk Steamship Co., End of
Central Wharf, Boston-E. Sampson, Agent.
Old Dominion Steamship Co., Pier 37 North
River, New York-N. L. McCrcady, Pres t.; of?
fice 187 Greenwich street, corner Dey street,
Philadelphia and Norfolk Steamship Co., 14
North Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia-W. P.
?nnamcssio Line, via Delaware Railroad
Depot Philadelphia. Wilmington and Balti?
more Railroad, Philadelphia.
Baltimore Steam Packet Co., ( Bay Linc, ) foot
of Union Dock, Baltimore-R. L. Poor, Agent.
tar In shipping freight for Philadelphia be
careful to mark tho packages and note on Bill
of Lading whether it is to bc forwarded by
Clyde's Steamers, or tia Annamessic Linc.
For further information, address
E. R. DORSEY.
Aug 13 General Freight and Ticket Ag't.
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta R. R.
Leave Augusta, at.7.40 a. m.
" Columbia, S. C., at. 1.25 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C. 8.10 p. m.
Leave Charlotte, N. C., at.5.50 a.m.
" Columbia. S. C., at.12.50 "
Arrive at Augusta.6.15 p. m
Through Tickets on sale foi principal points
North and South. Baggage checked through.
Clo8CConnoctions made North and South.
Juno 23 CALEB BQUKNIGHT, Sup't.
Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
caBg0a?a_ ON and after the 8th June inst.,
v^iSy*'"jays1 Passenger Trains will leave spar?
tanburg C. H. Tuesdays, Thursdays abd Satur?
days 5 a. m., and arrivo Alston 11.30 a. m. Re?
turning same day, leave Alston 12.30 m.; arrivo
Spartanburg 7 p". m., per following Schedule:
JJotm Train. Up Train.
Miles. Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Leave.
Spartanburg 0 5.00 7.00
Pacolet.10 5.45 5.48 6.12 6.15
Jonesville... 19 0.25 6.30 5.20 5.38
Unionvillo...28 7.15 7.40 4.30 4.15
Sautuc.37 8.23 8.30 3.37 3.45
Shelton.48 9.23 9.25 2.30 2.40
Lyles Ford..52 9.19 9.50 2.09 2.12
Strother.56 10.14 10.18 1.42 1.15
Alston.68 1L80 i 12.30
Juno 5 THOS. B. JETER, President.
Office North Carolina Railroad Co..
Eer Trains over this road:
eave Charlotte.. .8.20 p m Arrive. .5.45 p m
" Greensboro 1.55 a m and 11.45 p m
" Raleigh 6.50 a. m. and 6.20 p. m.
Arrivo Goldsboro 10.80 a m Leave.. 2.20 pm
Through Passengers by thislinehavechoicc
of routos via Greensboro and Danville to Rich?
mond, or via Raleigh and Weldon to Richmond
or Portsmouth; arriving at all points North ol
Richmond at same time by either route. Con?
nection made at Goldsboro with Passenger
Trains on Wilmington and Weldon Railroad,
THE CENTRAL SHORT LINE.
THE following is tho
GS rap; fl?q?H53gi38che dui o over the Now
???Saf???SHORT LINE. Con?
nections euro to all points North, South. West.
Going North. | | Going South.
Leavo 7.40 am Augusta Arrivo 6.15 pm
" 1.25 pm Columbia " 12.50 pm
8.25 pm Charlotte " 5.50 am
" 1.30 am I Greensboro " 12.15 am
" 11.15 am Richmond " 2.45 pm
9.00pm Washington | ?' 7.00 am
" 10.45 pm Baltimore | " 5.08 am
" 2.85 am Philadelphia " 12.50 am
Arrive G. 19 am New York (Leave 9.20 pm
Tickets by tlnsroute are OPTIONAL-either
via Danville ana Rlohmond, Weldon and Rich
mT.d, ui kV eldon and Old Bay Line-good until
used. O. BQUKNIGHT, Superintendent.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
SUPT'S OFFICE, COLUMBIA, April 10, 18G??.
fSgfarrCaaaSffiaeJ PASSENGER Trains run
W9.*?^*^stz^?mt?a&Uy except MU day, con?
necting with Night Train on Charleston Road:
i,\e Columbia 7.00 am j.vc O reen ville COO am
" Alston 8.55 " " Anderson 6.45 "
" Newberry 10.35 " " Abbeville 8.45 "
Arr Abbeville 3.30 pm " Newberry 1.25: m
"Anderson 5.15 " ?? Airton " 8.00 "
" Greenville COO " Arr Columbia 5.00 pm
Trains on Bluo Ridge Railroad run as follows:
Lvo Anderson 5.20 pm Lve Walhalla 4.00 am
" Pendleton G.20 " '* Pendleton 5.40 "
Arr Walhalla 8.00 " Arr Anderson C.40 "
Tho train will return from Belton to Ander?
don on Monday and Friday mornings.
JAMES O. MEREDITH. General Rup't.
Laurens Railroad-New Schedule.
I3BBBB3 MAIL Trains on tin? Road run to
?gH55???return same day, to connect with
up and down Trains on Greenville and Colum?
bia Railroad, at Helena; leaving Laurens at 5
A. M., Tnosoays, Thursdays and Saturdays*
and leaving Helena at 1.30 P. M. samo days.
July 9 J. S. BOWERS, Superintendent
THE OLD CAHO
!?? ' A SOUTHERN 1
AND a moat valu ni.le ami reliable Tonic, equ
knt, and at mach lesa price. Cores Dyspei
without doubt the best Tonic Bitters in use". F<
SCHEDULE OF PRICES OF T]
1 doz. and lees than 12 doz.?8.00 per doz.
90 doz. and upwards.$7.00 per doz.
Proprietors and Manufacturera t
And direct importera o
Aug 1 ly
~\7%7~ -A. 2
MINING AND MAN
Factory East end Hasel street. Mines on ?
For sale by
Augl ly W. C. DUR
-?V. O. "FET A TJIFlVg AIST,
Broker, Auctioneer and Com. Agent,
No. 25 BnoAD STBEET, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
WILD BUY AND SELL REAL ESTATE,
BONDS, ST0CK8, BANK BILLS, Ac.
REFERENCES.-Ex-Gov. B. F. Perry, Green?
ville, S. C.; Charlea T. Lowndes, Lescsne &
Miles, Charleston, S. C.; W, W. Taylor, Balti
niore,Md.; Maj. C. H. Buber, Newberry,S. C.;
Gen. T. M. Logan, Richmond, Va.; Hon. J. B.
Campbell, tY. B. Smith & Co., Ciane, Boyl
! ston & Co., Pelzer. Rodgers A Co.. PrcBBloy,
Lord & IugleBbv, J. H. Wilson, Charleston,
a?~ N. B.-Buaineas entrusted to him will
moot with prompt attention and faithful exe?
cution._Aug 1 ly
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
Nos. 10, 12,11 Vendue Range, Charlesion, S. C.
WHOLESALE Dealers in all kinds of
Hides, Wool, Skins, Furs, ?Vc. Have con?
stantly on hand a large assortment of Hidea
and Skins. Tannera will do well to call upon
?B before purchasing.
MOSES GOLDSMITH. ABRAHAM A. OOLBSMITH.
HENRY BISCHOFF & GO.,
AND Dealers in Wines, Liquors, Se
rara, Tobacco, Ac, 197 East Bav,
Sharleaton, S. C. H. BISCHOFF,"
Aug 1 ly_J. H. PIEPER.
D.F. FLEMING & Co.
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
No. 2 Hayno street, corner
CHARLESTON, S. C.
D. F. FLEMING,
SAM'L A. NELSON,
Aug 1 ly JAMES M. WILSON.
The Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosp
HAVING completed their extensive Mann!
Fertilizers, no othor kinda being avaihib
Thia Company, under tho direction entirely t
ducemeuta which will recommend it to Sou
largest and moat complete in tho United Stat
abundant supply of tho proper solvent for the.!
arc near bv. From these Phosphates they p
in soluble Phosphate than those mado froni ra>
quantity of Super-Phosphate of Lime found in I
aale, the rates nt which wo offer them being no
tilizers, while the Manures contain twice aa mi
cheaper to tho consumer. They arc offered On
that the material In each will correspond to thc
ETIWAN, No. 1.-Soluble Phoaphato, contait
Pure Soluble Phosphate of Limo, and furnisher
ETIWAN, No. 2.-Peruvian Supcr-Phoaphatc
Soluble Phosphate, and two to fonr per cent, of
proved acceptancc8, bearing interest, or such o
agonts Orders to bo forwarded immediately ti
and arter lBt January next.
G. G. MEMMINOEK, President.
S3' Thc Fortilizora of thia Company will bo b
Agents fur Eaton's Premium Trenton Crashers.
W. H. CHAPEE & CO.,
207 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
Agenta for P. Ballantine A Bona'
S Cream Ale.
WM. H. CHAFEE. THOS. 8. O'BRIEN.
E. B. STODDARD. CALEB ERONEBEROEH.
E. B. STODDARD & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS in
Boots, Shoes and Trunks, at
_?Manufacturers' pricea, 105 Meet?
ing atreet, nearly oppoBito Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. 8. C._Aug l ly
EDWIN BATES & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
122 and 121 Meeting street,
C H A R LES TO N, 8. C.
GEO. C. KELMAN,
Aii^' 1 ly Tl I os. R. McOAHAN.
CHARLES KERRISON, Jr.
DEALER In Hardware, Cutlery,
ff' (lui..-. Agricultural Implements,
jAc. 249 Kintr atreet., Charleston,
S. c. An aasortiutiiit of House-keeping Hard
ward on band. AUK 1 ly
Show Cases ! Show Gases 1
W. H. COB?E'S LATEST PATENT.
At New York Ratea,
Constantly on hand and made to order.
TOYS1 TRIMMINGS ll FANCY GOODS 1! !
MUSICAL instruments, Stationery,
: Baae Balls, Fire-works, Ac. Stamping,
I Embroidery and Braiding neatly exe?
cuted, from latest designs, at
WM. MCLEAN'S. 433 King St.,
Aug 1 ly Charleston, 8. C.
COGSWELL, AD^ElttlSlNO. AGENTS.
al, if not superior, to ?ny Bitters in tho mar
ptia, Loss ot Appetite, Chills and Fever; and le
or sale by Druggists and Grocers .vorywhete.
3E OLD CAROLINA BITTERS, '
12 doz. and less than 50 doz.... .'t7.50 per ??z'.
:, WINEMAN & CO.,
if tho Celebrated Carolina Bitters,
f choice European Drugs and Chemicals,
No. 23 Hayne street, Charleston, 8. C.
NT X> O
TON, S. C.
kahley River. . .
IT UIVER BONE PHOSPHATE.
COPELAND A DEARDEN, Columbia.
ES .t CO., General Agents, Charleston, S. C.
FOR PALATKA, FLORIDA,
Via Savannah, Fernandina, Jacksonville'and
Landings on (he Si. John's River.
and FIR8T CLASS
TOR, Captain .WV.T.
MCNELTY, win, san
from Charleston every
'TUESDAY E YEN?
ING, at 9 o'clock, for abovopointB, connecting
with Central Railroad, at Havannah, for Mo?
bile and New Orleans, with Florida Railroad,
at Fernandina, for Cedar Keys, at which point
atcamers connect with New Orleans^Mobllc,
Pensacola, Koy West and Havana. Through
Bills Lading Bigned to New Orleans, Mobilo
and Pensacola. J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
South Atlantio Wharf, Charleston.
HENRY GOBIA ft CO.,
36 Vendue Bange, . .
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Keep constantly on hand a fall assortment
ZOGBAUM, YOUNG & CO.,
IMPORTERS and Dealers in
[Musical Instruments, Strings,
'Ac. Ac. Agenta of Steinway A
Son's and J. B. Dunham's Pianos, earhart A
Needham's Molodeons, Tilton'a Patent Guitar.
191 King Street, Charleston, 8. C.
FERDINAND ZOGBAUM, New York; HEN?
RY YOUNG, C. lt. McOLENAHAN, Cbartee
ton. 8. C. _ \AXXB 1 ly
La Valentina Segar Factory,
No. 118 East Ray Street,
HAYE for salo the choicest branda of Pure
Havana Segar*. Also, good domestic
Segare, at low prices.
ALFRED A. BARBOT, Agent,
Aug 1 ly Charleston, 8. C.
MANURES, jj \ .
?hate Company, of Charleston, S. C.,
ractory, are now prepared to furnish Soluble
le tu planters for immediato returns ipr.then*
>f Southern men ot' high character,' offers in
thern planters. Their works are amoiig tho
es, anti enable them to prepare at home ah
Smith Carolina native Bone Phosphates which
ro?oso to manufacture a Fertilizer even richer
V bones, and containing more than twice thc
the best avernge Manures her?tofofe offered for
higher than tho average price of other Fer?
rell fertilizing material; they are in fact much
tho market in two forms, with a guarantee
lining from eighteen to twenty-five per cent.:Of
I at sixty dollars per ton.
, containing from sixteen to twenty per cent, of
' Ammonia, at eevcuty dollars per ton; for an?
ther security SB may be acceptable to the s?o
y tho Agents, and dolivcry made as directed on
WM. C. BEE A CO., Agents.
randed ETIWAN, No. 1, and ETI WAN, No. 2.
? Useful Invention.
HOUSE-KEEPER8 who do their own cook?
ing with Kerosene or Oas Stoves, have,
I heretofore, felt tho want of a perfect Baking
DU VAL'S PATENT BAKER
attached to their Stoves, will bake Bread,
Biscuit, Pies, Ac, and roast Poultry, Beef,
Potatoes, Ac, to perfection. A full supply of
Kerosene and Gas Stoves, of tho best kinds,
together with Utensils for every purpose, for
salo, at wholesale and retail, hy
J. B. DU YAL A 80NS, Charleston, S. C.,
Aug 1 ly_Agents for Pie Patentees.
"Eason Iron Works,"
CHA RLESTON, S. C.
STEAM EN?INEB, Machine?
ry and Costings.
_J. M. EASON k BBQ.
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON, i .
Nos. i, C and 8 Vendue Range, Marleston, S. C.
"VTTHOLESALE Dealers in Iron, Metals,
W Bags, ami all kinds pf Paper. Stock.
Highest canil prices paid for tho abpvj:,
Mosrs ooj.nsMiTn. A TU: A II AM A. rioi.DMMTH.
mos, j. KERR. ni ?MAX;. nunwixKLi:.
T. J. KERR & 00.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Kerr's JJ Yt or/, Charleston, a. C.
WIJ,L attend to the sales of. all kinds of
Produce and Purchase of Merchandize.
Dealers in No. 1 Peruvian Guano and other
Fertilizers. . Aug 1 ly
Charleston Dental Depot, :
275 KING STREET..
?^OI?) and Tin Foil, Amalgam . Mineral
Tem li, Steel Goods, and evory article used by
the Dentist. _Aug 1 ly
WAL1?ERT~EVAN8 & COGSWELL,
STATIONERS and Printers, and dealers in
Minters' Materials, Broad street, Charles?
ton, S. C. Aug 1 Iv