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Did^a? tn?r^^herr t?iih?T toort,
i; ' 'And min? their nef?rtab<*BT iel?;
Of matteT that cetieern ne no*,- ,
And others'follies mock;
I're been thinking, if we'd' begin -. i
To mind oar Own afUirt, h ??: ir >
That poaaibly.our-neighbor? mighJI- >
Contrive to-?Mnajp?beir& ?.... A -
We've faults-cnouah at hometomend
It may bo BO. with others; miJL /.
It woola be ?trange if it wero not,
Sicoo all mankind ar* brother?. .
' Qh! would th yt wc had charity x '
For CY?ry man ?na woman:
Fojaiw&?sVrariMi?t ot lit?se
Who know "to err rt hum?V
Then let aa banish jealousy
Do good to one another.
.-.?!???,.,#.,? iV, .-?- ''
BEVIS, TUB F.UTHPtL DOG.
The Lyona diligence was jost goinc to
?tari from Geneva. I climbed on the
roof, and chose my place next the driver;
there w?s atiih.a v*eaat*e?:t,,And:tJ^> por?
ter called "Monsieur Dormannl" i
A tall young man, with tv Gorm an stylo
OT eft?ritenahee, advanced, holding in
Iiis arms alarco black grayhonnd, which
ho vainly tried to place on the roof.
"Monsieur," said ho, addressing me,
"will yon have the' kindness to take my
?og?" \ 4- ' tt -
Bending over,'.! took hold of tho ani?
mal, and placed him on the straw at my
feet. I observed that he wore a hand
3omo silver collar, on whioh the follow?
ing wordfe flrare. .tastefully engraved:
"Bevis. I belong to Sir Arthnr Burn?
ley, given him hy Mles Clara."
His owner was, therefore, an English?
man ; . yot my ' fellow-traveler, who h?d
BOW taken hie place by my side, was evi
?ently either a Swiss or a'Germ?n, and
bis name Was Dor mann. Trifling as was
the mystery, it excited my curiosity, and
after two or three hours' pleasant con?
versation ?had established a soft of in?
timacy between ns, I ventured to ask
ny companion for an explanation.
"It does not surprise me," he answer
ad, "that this collar Bhonld puzzle yon;
?nd I shall have great pleasure in telling
pon the ?tory of its wearer. Bevis be?
longs to me, but it is not many years
lince he owned another master, whose
3arno is on his collar. You will see why
lie still wears it. Here, Bevis! speak to
The dog raised his head, opened? his
bright eyes, and laying back his long
s?rs, uttered a sound which might well
pass for a salutation. M. Dermann placed
the animal's head on his knees, and be
gm to unfasten the collar. Instantly
evis drew back bis head with a violent
erk, and darted towards the luggage on
the hinder part of the roof. There,
growling fiercely, he lay down, while his
muscles were stiffened, and his eyes
glowing with fury.
"Yon seo, Monsieur, how determined
bte is to guard his collar; I should not
like to be the mian who would try to rob
bim of it,"
"Here, Bevis," said he, in a soft ca?
ressing tone; "I won't touch it again,
poor fellow! Come and make friends!"
The greyhound hesitated, still growl?
ing. At length he returned slowly to?
wards his master, and began to lick his
liands; his muscles gradually relaxed,
ind he trembled like a leaf.
"There, boy, there," said M. Der?
mann, caressing him. "We won't do
It again. Lie down.now, and be quiet."
The dog nestled between his master's
feet, and went to sleep. My fellow-tra
reler then turning towards me, began:
"I am a native of S nab j a, but I live
in a little village of the Sherland, at tho
foot bf the Grim8el. My father keeps
m inn for the reception of travelers go?
ing to St. Gothard. About two years
lince there arrived at our house, one
evening, an Englishman, with a palo,
sad countenance; he traveled On foot,
ind was followed by a large greyhound,
this Bevin, whom you seo. He declined
?king any rureshment, and asked to be
shown to his sleeping-room. We gave
bim one over the common hall, where
we were all seated around the fire. Pre?
sently wo heard him pacing rapidly up
ind down; from time to time nt tiering
broken words, addressed no doubt to
bis dog, for the animal moaned occa?
sionally, as if replying to, and sympa?
thizing with his master. At length we
beard the Englishman stop, and appa?
rently strike the dog a violent blow,
for the poor beast gave a loud howl of
igony, and seemed as if he ran to take
refuge under the bed. Then his master
groaned aloud. Soon afterwards he lay
town, and all was quiet for the night.
Early next morning he came down,
looking still more pale than on the pro
nous evening; and having paid for his
lodgings, he took his knapsack and re?
sumed his journey, followed by tho
greyhound, who had oaten nothing
since, his arrival, apd whose master
seemed to take no farther notioe of him
than to frown when the creature ven?
tured to caress him.
"About noon, I happened to be stand?
ing at the door, looking toward the .di?
rection whioh the Englishman had taken,
tvhen I perceived a dark object moving
?lowly along. Presently I heard howls
)f distress, proceeding from a wonnded
log that was dragging himself toward
me. I ran to him, and recognized tho
Englishman's greyhound. His head was
;om, evidently by a ballet, and one of
?lis paws broken. I raised him in my
ir ms, and carried him into the house.
When I crossed the threshold, he made
i violent effort to escape; sol placed him
m the ground. Then, in spite of the
torture he was suffering, whioh caused
bim to stagger every moment, he dragged
himself up-stairs, and began to scratch
it the door of the room where his master
bad slept, moaning at the same time so
piteously, that I could not help weeping
myself. I opened the door, and with a
great effort ho got into the room, looked
about, and not finding whom he sought,
be fell down motionless.
that the dog wa? not dead, we gave bim
nil poisible assist??ce, taking, indeed, aa
him. Io two months he was eared, und <
showed us muqfc nMfottoar we found it, i
however, impbsfflbnftcrtaJre off his collar, >
even for the purpose of binding up his i
wounds. As BOOn-asliewas ablotowalk,
he would go tqirarcl tte mountainV^Md 1
bo Absent for aofhn'.-fAe second *?iiffe
this occurred, we followed him. He pro- 1
ceeded as far as a part of the road where '
a narrow defile borders a pr?cipice ; there 1
he continued for a loug time, smelling
ftnd' scratching nbout. We conjectured ;
that the Englishman might have been j
attacked by robbers on this spot, and his
dog wounded in defending him. How?
ever, no event of the kind bad occured :
in tho country, and, after the* strictest i
search, no corpse was discovered. Re?
collecting, therefore, the ?u?uuor iu 1
whioh the traveler bad treated his dog, I
Dame to the conclusion that he had tried
to kill the faithful creature But, where?
fore? This wav e mystery tbnt I conld
i'Bevis remained with us, testifying
the utmost gratitude for our kindness.
Eis intelligence and humor attracted the
strangers who frequented our inn, while
the inscription on his collar, and the tale
we had to tell of him, failed not to ex
site their curiosity. One morning in
autumn, I had been out to take a walk,
accompanied by Bevis. "When I returned,
[ found seated by the fire, in the com?
mon hall, a newly arrived traveler, who
looked round os 1 entered. As soon as
lie perceived Bevis, ho started and called
liim. The dog darted towards bim,
smelling his clothes, and uttered the sort
af salutation with which ho honored you
inst now, and finally plaoing bis foro
paws on the traveler's knees, began to
lick his face."
Where is your muster, Bevis? Where
is Sir Arthur?' said tho stranger, in Eng?
"The noble dog howled piteously, and
lay down at the traveler's feet. Then
the latter begged ns to explain his pre?
tence. I did so; and as ho listened, I
?aw a tear fall on tho beautiful head of
tho greyhound, whom he leant over to
" 'Monsieur,' said he, addressing me,
'from what you tell me, ? venture to
aope that Sir Arthur still lives. We bavo
jeen friends from childhood. About
?bree years since, he married a rich heir?
ess, and this dog was presented to bim
>y her. Bevis was highly cherished for
ris fidelity, a quality which unhappily
vas not possessed by his mistress. She
eft her fond and loving husband and
sloped with another man. Sir Arthur
med for a divorce, and obtained it; then,
laving arranged his affairs in England,
no set out for the continent, followed
>nlv by his dog. His friends knew not
?Thither he went; but it now appears
that he was here lost spring. Doubtless
;he presence of Bevis, evermore recalling
?he memory of her who had so cruelly
pronged him, must have torn his heart,
md at length impelled him to destroy
.ho faithful creature. But the shot not
laving been mortal, the dog, I imagine,
vben ho recovered consciousness, was
ed by instinct to seek the house where
lis master last slept. Now, Monsieur,
ie is yours, and I heartily thank you for
;he kindness you bavo shown him.'
"About 10 o'clock, the stranger re?
ared to his room, after having caressed
Bevis, who escorted him to his door, and
.ben returned to bis accustomed pince
j?fore tho fire. My pareuts and the ser?
rants had retired to rest, and I prepared
,o follow their example, my bed being
glaced at the end of the common hall.
While I was undressing, I heard a storm
rising in the mountains. Just then there
jame a knock at tho door, and Bevis be?
ran to growl. I asked who was there.
h. voico replied, 'Two travelers, who
vaut a night's lodging.' I opened a
imull chink of the door to look out, and
perceived two ragged men, each leaning
>n a large club. I did not like their
ook; und knowing that several rob?
beries had been committed in the neigh?
borhood, I refused them admission, tell
ng them that in the next village they
vould find shelter. They approached
hu door os though they meant to force
heir way in; but Bevis made bis voice
leard in so formidable a manner that
;hey judged it prudent to retire. I bolt?
ed the door, and went to bcd. Bevis,
iccording to bis custom, lay down near
he threshold, but we neither of us felt
uclined to sleep.
About a quarter of an hour passed,
vbeu suddenly, above the wailing ol tho
is'iud, came the loud shrill cry of a bu?
llan being in distress. Bevis rushed
?gainst the door with a fearful howl; at
ho same moment came the report of a
jun, followed by another cry. Two mi
lutes afterward I was on the road, armed
vitb a carbine, and holding a dark lan
,ern ; my father and tho stranger, armed,
iccompanied me. As for Bevis, he bad
lar ted out of the house, and disappeared.
We approached tho defile which I
aeutioned before, at the moment when
i flash of light illuminated the scene.
100 yards in advance we saw Bevis grasp
ng a man by the throat. Wo hurried
in, bat the dog had completed bis work
ire we bad reached him; for two men,
whom I recognised as those who bad
?ought admittance at our inn, lay dead,
Wrangled by his powerful jaws. Further
T ii we discovered another man, whose
aloody wounds the noble dog was lick?
ing. The stranger approached him, and
Save n'convulsive cry; it was Sir Arthur,
the master of Bevis.
Here M. Dermanu paused; tho recol?
lection seemed to overcome him; and be
stooped to caress the sleeping grey
bound, in order to hide his emotion.
After a while he finished his recital in n
few words. u
Sir Arthur was mortally wounded, but
be lived long enough to recognize his
faithful dog, and to confess that, in a
moment of desperation, he had tried to
kill the faithful creature, who now
avenged his death by slaying tho rob
to testify bia jrepoatout love , toward the
log. ana his gratitude to those who had.
mo^ljd him. "fae gW? 9?? T?S
: xe e ssi V? ;, he wnretad by Ks. nWler*! I
Jonen, coy ?ri a g Lhwd?id bocfy *Uh ca
neat; .and it was no? until after tba lapse
if "many months that the affection of Iris
lew master seemed to console him for
:he death pf Sir Arthnr. iy,?
As ruv fellow-traveler finished the re?
ntal, tue diligence slopped to change
Torses at the little town of Mantus.
Elere M. Der m ann's journey ended; and
laving taken down his luggage, ho asked
no to assist the aescent of his dog. I
?hook hands with him cordially, and
hen'Called- Bevin, who, seeing mo on
LO?u good terms with bis master, placed
lis largo paws on my breast, and uttered
i low friendly bark. Shortly afterwards
hey both disappeared from my sight,
)ut not from my memory, as this little
mrrative has proved.
200 or 300 lbs. Bourgeois Type,
BUT little worn, is offered for salo, at a verv
low rate. Also, a lot of LEADS and
IULES, twelvo ems pica in length. Apply at
>HON?X OFFICE._ 8ept 14
" TECH PT A Ojm "
A TO get a tip-top SUMMER
m DRINK ia the CAROLINA HO?8E,
?S?itk\ws\ Washington street, near Sumter.
EffPllCHAMPAGNE COCK-TAILH; Gin,
^Siy^ftBrauily ftn<1 Whiskey Smashes,
^J??Mjuleps and Cock-tails; Sherry and
~~?&m Catawba Cobblers; Claret San
jaroea; Lemonade and Soda Water; besides
xcellent Lager Beer. LUNCH every day, at
1 o'clock. R. BARRY, Turvejor.
Nickerson House Hotel,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
??S?^jb THE undersigned having
RENEWED his lease upon tho
,bovc POPULAR HOUSE, will endeavor to
oake it ouo of tho most agreeable Hotels in
he South. A call is solicited.
tar Free Omnibus to and from thc Hotel.
WM. A. WRIGHT,
July 9 Siro _rroprietor.
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK
fife M TEAS,
I uti 10 eases Italian Macearon;,
! j( BB Young America and Cutting
Freeh Country Butter,
Primo Loaf Lard,
Extra Family Flour-in baga and barrels,
Hecker's Self-Raiaing Flour,
Baker'a Chocolate and Cocoa,
Superior Cider and White Wino Vinegar,
Java, Laguaxa and Rio Coffees,
Orange Sugar-oured Hams,
Breakfast Bacon and Country Cured Hame,
Jeffreys' and McEwen's Scotch Ales,
Barclay A Perkins' London Porter,
Catawba Wine and Champagne, :
Heidaick Champagne and Claret,
A ll fresh, and for salo low by
Jnne 4 . . E. A G. D. HOFE.
COL UUB JA, i^lj^^A II OLINA^
rnE Proprietors take pleasure in announc?
ing this elegantly-furnished Establishment
low open for tho accommodation of guests,
.'he taule will always bo supplied with every
lolicacy of tho season-both from tho New
.'ork and Charleston markets, and no efforts
viii be spared to give perfect satisfaction, in
very respect, to our patrons. TREE LUNCH
n the refectory every day from ll until 12*.
WM. GORMAN, ) p,OPrivTOrs
H. H. BADEXHOP, \ ?ow.ii.Ton.s.
Tobacco ! Tobacco H
Ji\ BOXES COMMON TOBACCO, at low
I I / ligures.
30 boxes Fair Chewing Tobacco.
4 boxes Extra Rock City Chowing Tobacco.
4 boxes Commonwealth Chewing Tobacco
10 boxes Rose Bud Chowing Tobacco.
July 20_JOHN C. SEEGERS.
City of Columbia Bonds.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
COLUMBIA, August 12, ISC).
A LL over-due Bonds, Coupons and Interest,
tx. and all Bonds issued since 1st January,
MG7, bearing six per cent, interest, of tho city
if Columbia, will be converted into seven per
ent. Bonds, on application at this office, in
onformity with a resolution of tho Citv Coun
i\. j. s. MCMAHON,
Aug IS City Clerk.
FOR Wrapping and Pattern Cutting, for
aale at PHONIS OFFICE. Aug 19
THE POLLOCK HOUSE.
191 Main street, Columbia, S. C.
?Tty J Tl. Ig? g O TT
POUNDS FRUITS AND FLOW
Just received, and a puro article, for sale at
JOHN C. SEEGERS,
July 20 Ale aud Lager Beer Depot.
WHOLESALE STORE Ni
RETAIL STORE CORNER Nil
sept i Oliarlesi
tS J Ulf' Wl'J. Xrz!ZEXs*?s?J3Zt;iz:. t?Ota 31* . f
, ... '. * -T OAT FASaE.SOEK THAIN. ^ ^*
Leaving Columbia at..........7.45a. m.
Arriviag at Columbia at. 4 40 p. m.
NIGHT EXPKESB THAIS.
Leaving Columbia at.5.50 p. m.
Ariivi?g at Columbia fit.?... 4.45 a. m.
" -T' THE CAMDEN THATS
W?ll.oop'tloue to run th? following schedule:
(Mondays, Wednesdays and Satnrdavs.)
Arrive Columbia 11.00 a. m. Leave 1.45 p. m.
DAILY ( SUNDAYS EXCETTED )
Leave Camden 0.35a.m. Ar Ringville 9.20 a.m.
Lve Ringville S.15 p. m. Ar Camden G.05p.m.
Sept IC H. T. PEAKE. General Sup't.
Important Notice to Shippers.
Soca. rH 1 CBBDBiT'tUFT
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA R. It. Co.,
GENERAL FUEIOHT AND TICKET AGT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.. August 12, 1869.
riTHE, SEA-BOARD INLAND ALU LINE
X; FREIGHT ROUTE ls again opened for
business and offers SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES
to the Merchants ot Columbia and up count rv.
RATES-NEW YORK TO COLUMBIA.-First
Class ?1.35; Second Class $1.20: Third Class
fl.10; Fourth Class 80c; Fifth Class C0c, per
?V Ratos and Classifications to all other
pointe North, samo as Ota the Charleston
Tho Steamship Lines connecting with and
forming part of the Sea-board Inland Air Lino
are aa follows. BE CABEFUL AND Sun- LY THESE
Boston and Norfolk Steamship Co., End of
Central Wharf, Boston-E. Sampson, Agent.
Old Dominion Steamship Co., Tier 37 North
River, New York-N. L. SleCready, Fres"t.; of?
fice 187 Greenwich street, corner" Dey street,
Philadelphia and Norfolk Steamship Co., 14
North Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia-W. T.
Annamessic Line, ria Delaware Railroad
Depot Philadelphia, Wilmington and Balti?
more Railroad, Philadelphia.
BaltimoreStcam Packet Co., 'Bay Line,) foot
of Union Dock, Baltimore-R. L. Poor, Agent.
nv In shipping freight for Philadelphia be
careful to mark thc packages and note on Bill
of Lading whether it is to bo forwarded by
Clvde'e Steamers, or via Annamessic Line.
For further information, address
E. R. DORSEY.
Aug 13 General Freight and Ticket Ag't.
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta R. R.
GOINO N K T ii.
Leave Augusta, at. 7.40 a.m.
" Columbia, S. C., at. 1.25 j), 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 for principal points
North and South. Baggage checked through.
Cloeeconnectious made North and South.
June 23 CALEB BOIJKNIGHT. Suu't.
Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
I JJ1U.?'. -JP ON and after the 8th June inst.,
V W?f-m ' \mr* Fa s s c 11 q cr Trains will have spar?
tanburg C. H. Tuesdays,Thuredaysand Satur?
days 5 a. m., and arrive Alston 11.80 a. m. Re?
turning samo day, leave Aleton 12.SO m.; arrive
Spartanburg 7 p". m., per following Schedule:
Doten Train. Up Train.*"
Miles. Arrive. Leave. Arrive.Leave.
Spartanburg 0 5.00 7.00
Pacolet.10 5.45 5.48 C.12 6.15
Jonesville.. .19 C.25 C.30 5.29 5.33
Cnionville...28 7.15 7.40 4.30 4.45
Santuc.37 8.23 8.30 3.37 3.45
Shelton.43 9.23 t?.25 2.3C 2.40
Lvlcs Ford. .52 9 49 P.50 2.09 2.12
Strother.56 10.14 10.13 1.42 1.45
Alston.08 11.30 12.30
June 5 TTIOS. E. JETER, Presi.lci.t.
Office North Carolina Railroad Co..
ger Trains over this road:
Lt-ave Charlotte.. .K20 p m Arrive. .5.45 p ni
" Greensboro 1.55 a ni and 11.45 p m
" Raleigh 6.50 a. m. and C.20 p. m.
Arrive Goldsboro 10.20 ft m Leave. .2.20 p 111
Through Passengers by thia line have choice
of routes via Greensboro and Danville to Rich?
mond.or l ia Raleigh and Weldon to Richmond
or Portsmouth: arriving at all points North ol
Richmond at same time by cit be r route. Con?
nection made at Goldsboro with Passenger
Trains on Wilmington aud Weldon Railroad,
THE CENTRAL SHORT LF?ET"
_ THE following is the
ES W ?Rc^Xt3R^f?^ Schedule over thc New
?gWTO??^^WirSJlORT LINE. Con?
nections sure to all points North. South. West.
Going North. ; ' Going South.
Leave 7.10 am I Augusta ; Arrive 0.15 pm
" 1.25 pm Columbia j " 12.50 pm
" 8.25 pm I Charlotte 1 " 5.50 am
" 1.30 am I Greensboro I " 12.15 am
" 11.15 am j Richmond | '* 2.45 pm
" 9.00 pm I Washington ! " 7.00 am
" 10.45 pm j Baltimore " 5.0S am
?? 2.35 am I Philadelphia j " 12.50 am
ArriveG.19 am | New York | Leave 9.20 pm
Tickets by thisroutoaro OPTIONAL-either
r?ti Dauville and Richmond. Weldon and Rich
mond, or Weldon and Ray Line-good till used.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
SUPT'S OFFICE, COLUMBIA, Apiil 10, 1869.
OHS?!EOH??K? PA-SSENGER Trains run
HW??**5a?r!!afc?daily except Suvdav, con?
necting with Night Train on Charleston Road:
Lve Columbia 7.00 am Lve Greenville 6.00 am
" Alston 8.55 11 .? Anderson 6.45 M
'? Newborry 10.35 " Abbeville 8.45 .?
Arr Abbevillo 3.30 pm " Newberry 1.25 pm
"Anderson 5.15 " Alstou " 3.00 "
"Grenville 6.00 ?' Arr Columbia 5.00 pm
Trains on Blue Ridge Railroad run as follows:
Lvo Anderson 5.20 pm Lve Walhalla 4.00 am
" Pendleton 6.20 " " Pendleton 5.40 "
Arr Walhalla 8.00 '* Arr Anderson 6.10"
Tho trahi will return from Relton to Ander?
son on Monday and Fridav mornings.
JAMES O. MEREDlfH.G_cn.-rHl Sup'l.
Laurens Railroad-Hew Schedule.
?Trffi7f*HB3 MAIL Trains on this Road run to
|?g"gpggretarn same day, to connec t with
np and down Trains on Greenville and Colum?
bia Railroad, at Helena; leaving Laurens ut 5
A. M., Tuesdays, Thurtdava and Saturdays
and leaving Helen?, at 1.30 P, M. same davs*.
July 9 J.S. BOWERS, Superintendent
CIRCULAR SAWS, !
0. 39 UA YNE STD EST,
7G- AND MARKET STREETS,
ton, fik\. C. Smo I
ilUULRJWmjWH'W i.?? ' II i i II
Ui'UmUH" ? l\i>, .M. -ss
PREPAREDBY WALKER, ? VA ff8 <fc
;< ' V ?ScduAApfc' Ho.>ri
THE OLD CARO
' A SOUTHERN 1
AND a most valuable ami reliablo Tonic, equ
kef, and at much lees price. Cures Dvspe
without doubt the beat Tome Dittera in Use. F
SCHEDULE OF PRICES OF T]
1 doz. and lesa than 12 doz.$8 OQ per doz.
60 doz. and upwards.17.00 per doz.
Proprietors and Manufacturers i
And direct importers o
Aug 1 ly
MINING AND MAN
Factory East end Hasel street, Mines on ?
w ando JP o zr
For sale by
Aug 1 ly W. C. DUR
.A. O. TC AUZFJVgATST,
Broker, Auctioneer and Com. Agent,
No. 25 BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C.,
WILL BUY AND SELL BEAL ESTATE,
BONDS, STOCKS, BANK BILLS, Ac.
REFERENCES.-EX-OOV. B. F. Perry, Green?
ville, 8. C.; Charles T. Lowndes, Lesesne A
Miles, Charleston, S. C.; W. W. Taylor, Balti?
more, Md.; Maj. C. H. Buber, Newberry,8. C.;
Gen. T. M. Logan, Richmond, Va.: Hon. J. B.
Campbell, W. B. Smith & Co., Crane, Boyl
ston & Co., Telzer, Rodgers lc Co., Fressley,
Lord & Inglesbv, J. H. Wilson, Charleston,
MST N. B.-Business entrusted to him will
meet with prompt attention and faithful exe?
cution. _Aug 1 ly
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
Noe. 10,12,14 Vendue Range, Charleston, S. C.
XTTHOLESALE Dealers in all kinds ot
W Hides, Wool, Skins, Furs, A.c. Have con?
stantly on hand a large assortment of Hides
and Sains. Tanners will do well t-o call upon
us before purchasing.
MOSES GOLDSMITH. ARRAnAM A. GOLDSMITH.
HENRY EISCHOFF & 00.,
AND Dealers in Wines, Liquors, Sc- j
gars, Tobkcco, Ac, 11*7 East Bav,
Charleston, S. C. H. BISCHOFF,' i
Aug 1 ly_J. H. PIEPER.
D.F. FLEMING & Co.
Wholesale Dealors in
'S, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
\^f\ No. 2 Hayne 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 Manu!
Fertilize?, no other kinds being availabl
This Company, under the direction entirely c
ducements which will recommend it to Sou:
largest and most complete In the United Stat
abundant supply of the prope r solvent for the;S
aro near bv. From these Phosphates they p
in soluble Phosphate than those made ?ron? ra\
quantity of Super-Phosphate of Lime found in I
sale, thc rates at which we offer them being no
tilizers, while the Manures contain twice as mi
cheaper to the consumer. They are offered on
that tho material lu each will correspond to the
ETIWAN, No. 1.-Soluble Phosphate, contain
Pure Soluble Phosphate of Lime, and furnished
ETIWAN, No. 2.-Peruvian Super-Phosphate
Soluble Phosphate, and two to four per cent, of
proved acceptances, bearing interest, or such o
agents Orders to be forwarded immediately t<
and after 1st January n*xt.
G. G. MEMMINGER, President.
*"3" The Fertilizers of this Company will be b
Agents for Eaton's Premium Trenton Crackers,
W. H. CHAFEE & CO.,
207 East Bav, Charleston, g. C.
Agents for P. Ballantine A Sons'
WM. U. CHAFEE. THOS. S. O'BRIEN.
E. V. STODDARD. CALER ERONEREEOKR.
E. B. STODDARD ?fe CO.,
*SflfV WHOLESALE DEALERS in
1 Boots. Shoes knd Trunks, at
W .^^Manufacturers' pricee, 105 Meet?
ing street, uearly opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. S. C._Aug 1 ly
ED WIN B A TE S & C O.,
Wholesale Dealers ia
122 and 124 Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
GEO. C. SULMAN,
_An?? Liv_THOS. lt. McQAHAN.
CHARLES KERRISON, Jr.
DEALER in Hardware, Cutlery,
Gun?, Agricultural Implements,
i^jAc, 240 Kine street., Charleston,
An assortment of Houbc-keeping Hard
waru on hand. Aag l ly
Showcases! Show Oases I
W. H. Conics LATEST PATENT.
At New -YorL lb 'ea.
Constantly on hand anu ade to order.
TOYS! TRIMMINGS ll FANCY GOOD8?1!
MUSICAL Instruments, St?tionery,
?j^?iBaso Balls, Fire-works, Ac. Stamping,
^Embroidery and Braiding neatly exe
wB^cuted, from latest designs, at
WM. McLEAN H. 483 King St..
Aug 1 ly Charleston, S. C.
COGSWELL, ADVERTISING AGENTS.
i MANUFACTURES. '
al. if not superior, to ?ny Bitters In tho mar
psia, Losa of Appetite, Chills and Fever, and in
or sale by Druggists and Grocers ?verywbere.
EE OLD CAROLINA BITTERS;
12 doz. and lea? than 50 doa.$7.50 p^r doe.
[, WINEMAN & CO.,
of tho Celebrated Carolina Bittere,
I choice European Drugs and Chemic*!*,'"J - <
No. 23Hayne street, Charleston, 8. O.
ST X> O ~~
TON, S. C.
IT RIVER BONE PHOSPHATE.
COPELAND & DEARDEN, Columbia:
ES & CO., General Agonts, Charleston, 8. 0.
FOR PALATKA, FLORIBA,
Via Savannah, Fernandina, Jacksonville and
Landings on (he St. John's River.
and Finar GLASS
TOR, Captain W. T.
McNELTY, \rlll eail
from Charleston every
i TUESDAY EVEN?
ING, at 9 o'clock, for above 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
Billa Lading signed to New Orleans, Mobile
and Pensacola. J. D. AIKEN <fc CO., Ag6hts,
_South Atlantic Wharf, Charleston.
HENRY COBIA & CO.,
?C Vendue Range,
CHA RL ?STON, SO UTH CAR OLIN A,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Keep constantly on hand a foll assortment
ZOGBAUM, YOUNG & CO.,
IMPORTERS and Dealers in
(Musical Instruments, Strings,
Ac, fcc. Agents of Steinway <k
Son's and J. B. Dunham's Pianos, earhart &
Needham's Mclodeons, Tilton's Fatent Guitar.
191 King Street, Charleston, 8. C.
FERDINAND ZOGBAUM, New York; HEN?
RY YOUNG, C. L. McCLENAHAN, Charles?
ton. S. C._ Aug 1 ly
La Valentina Segar Factory,
No. 113 East Bay Street,
HAVE for ?ale the choicest brande of Pnro
Uavana Segara. Also, good domestic
Segara, at low prices.
ALFRED A. BARBOT, Agent,
Aug 1 ly Charleston, S. G.
hate Company, of Charleston, S. C.,
acloiy, aro now prepared to furnish Soluble
le to plantera for immediate returns ior their
>f Southern men of high character, offers in
thern planters. Their works are among tho
et. and enable them to prepare at heme an
south Carolina nativo Bone Phosphates which
repose to manufacture a Fertilizer even richer
v hones, and containing moro than twice the
thc host average Mannres heretofore offered for
higher than tho average price of other Fer?
rell fertilizing material; they are in fact much
the market in two forms, with a guarantee
lining from eighteen to twenty-five per cent, of
L at sixty dollar* per ton.
, containing from aisteen to twenty per cent, of
Ammonia, at scventv dollars p<r ton; for an?
ther security as may bo acceptable to the suu
) the Agents', and delivery made as directed on
WM. C. BEE A. CO., Agents.
randed ETIWAN, No. 1, and ETI WAN, No. 2.
A Useful Invention.
HOUSE-KEEPERS who do their own cook?
ing with Kerosene or Gas Stoves, have,
heretofore, felt tho want ot a perfect Baking
DUVAL'S PATENT BAKER
attached to their Stoves, will bake Bread,
Biscuit, Tie?, Ac, and roast Poultry, Beof,
Potatoes, Ac, to perfection. A full 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 & SONS, Charleston. S. C.,
Aug 1 ly_Agente for the Patent?es.
"Eason Iron Works,"
CHARLESTON, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES, Machine?
ry and Castings.
_J. M. EASON A BRO.
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SOH,
Net. 4, C ar.d fi Vendue Range, Charleston,S. C.
WHOLESALE Dealers iii Ireh, Metala,
Rags; and all ' kinds' of Paper Stock.
Highest cash prices paid for the above.
MOSES C.OI.PSM1T1L ADHAIHII A. O0LP6M1TII.
TIH'S. J. EEItn. JU: ll MANN li I' I.V, J Ni; I. [..
T. J. KERR & a0.t
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Kerr's Wharf, Charleston, S. Cr
WILL attend to tho eales of all kinds of
Produco and Purchase of Merchandize.
Dealers in Ko. 1 I' ruvmu Guano and other
Fertilizorb._. . Aug 1 ly
Charleston Dental Depot,
275 KING STREET.
QOLD and Tin Foil, Amalgam Mineral
Teeth, Steel Goode, and every article used by
the Dentist. Aug 1 ly
WALKERTI: VT?MT~?~ COGAWILL,
TATIONERB and Printers, and dealers in
Printers' Materials, Broad street, Charles?
ton, S. C. Aug 1 ly