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. Celestial Worship.
The Bair Francisco eorrespoudout ol
the Cincinnati Commercial, who hus ob?
tained access to one bf the Chinese "Joss
boa HOS" in that city, describes what he
saw:,' .
"At Oho dbd o?, the room, reaching
entirely across it, is a luxurious throne,
composed of silk, 'satin and costly fab?
rica, embroidered heavily, with"gold and
" Biffer,, and ornamented' in the riebest
?inonder. In tho centre of this throne,
",' ?p1 two stops, on what seemed to be low,
. i*eajry]ai?jken cushions, sat Joss. Covering
tue throne and reaching to the ceiling
waa tbd most gorgeous oanopy, rich with
silk, vo?vet, gold and silver. This cov?
ered- the throne eu ti rely, except tho part
occupied by Joss, and the silk aud.cords
and satin festooned with glittering rieh
''''ness above*'his bead. In the centre of
all this grandeur sat Joss, very demti
murodly and tranquilly-I may say, very
happily. He was a singular creature to
be so powerful. I do not know what he
was made of, but I think he was formed
of olay. Hio raiment was the richest I
ever beheld, and probably fills the Chi?
naman's idea pf the wicked one.
^He looked to mo like a v?i?y harmless
and peaceful devil. I should not ho
afraid to grapple with him alone. He
had a putty-looking face, black eyes,
black hair, and a fearful black whisker
tied under his ears and reaching under
his ohio, and covering tho whole of the
neck and most of the breast. His nose
and cheeks gavo indications j of a heavy
drinkers-brandy, proba-biy; and his sto
' mach, round and fat, seemed to say lager.
His dress wns so heavily loaded with gold
and ?liver, and so mixed up with folds of
sirr?r and velvet, that I could not tell
'whether it was a coat, a dress or a man?
tle.;, I, am pretty sure the fellow had on
soD^lmtl of small clothes. ? very fine
. smoking oap adorned his hoad, but I
could not see that he had clubbed feet,
1 ii or that his fingers were hooked. I en?
deavored to aeo if he was a Chinese#devil
a?d wore a qaeuo, but bis back was so
.covered with embroidery and furbelows,
. thatl had to ahaudon the undertaking,
for I did not like to get too near him. In
front of the throuo, in thc centre of tho
i room, was au /elegant counter or sort of
-U table, carved and ornamented in a very
costly and elaborate manner, nnd inlaid
with precious metals and rare stones.
"Tim was also in point of elegance
bayoud anything I ever Baw-uob that it
was so beautiful or tasteful, but that the
profusion and raro character of tho
materials, and the naturo of tho orna?
mentations, was a most charming feast
of the senses. Everything about the
room showed the same disregard of cost.
A number of banners, of the costliest
materials and most expensive workman?
ship, were about the room, and a quantity
of charts. Neither chair nor loungo was
to be seen, nor a stool, nor au ottoman,
nor anything to sit upon. The Old Boy
had the only seat in the room. I have
said that everything in t'>e room was of
the moat elegant character. I will add
that all the curtains aud hangings and
the costly raiment has once been of the
brightest colors. They wore now smoked
aud dusty, aud soiled beyond redemption.
To touch them was to be defiled. This
destruction of property was all done to
please and flatter that drunkard among
the cushions, under the silken canopy.
"They also presented to him certain
written charts, which bo preserved by
hanging them about the walls. These
charts are supposed to contain the
speeches of the various delegations to
his highness, in about the same manner,
I take it, as delegations make speeches
to our President iu Washington when
they make him preseuts. I cannot find
abe the manner in which tho Chinese
worship this enemy of the species, except
- that they burn incense under his nose,
maka speeches to him and give him
presents. The Chinaman don't like to
talk on the subject. It does seem strange
that a people so intelligent, so thought?
ful, and so far advanced as the Chinese,
should take such a oourao to show the
faith which is somewhere within every
heart."
There are some incidents connected
with tho loss of tho Stonewall, which re?
flect disgrace on our human nature. It
is bad enough to read tho stories of mon
drowning each other iu their eagerness
to got to shore-of ono stabbing another
with a knife, in order to get possession
of a plank, and of tho general heartless?
ness which resulted from tho pauio among
the passengers. But still worse is the
account of the behavior of Capt. John
T. Washington, of the Submarine No.
13. The seco id engineer of the Stone?
wall declares (and his statement is sup?
ported by other eye-witnesses) that Capt.
Washington passed by tho drowning per?
sons without offering auy assistance, and
that tho "wash" from tho Submarine
sent many of tho struggling swimmers
to the bottom. The river was full of
people, and tho Submarino could have
saved the greater part of them, if she
bad stopped. The statement is almost
too horrible for belief, but there is talk
in St Louis of lynching Capt. Washing?
ton when he returns. His name will bo
one of the most infamous on record, if
ho really acted as several of tho passen?
gers of tho Stonewall allege.
France is always in advance. Tele?
graphic messages are now transmitted all
over that Empire at ono cent per word.
It has been plain to every thinking man
for ten years back that the telegraph
must, to a groat extent, supersede tbo
mails; that the cost of iucreasiug facili?
ties for transmission on already estab?
lished lines is a mero bagatelle uompared
with the increased prosperity inevitable
upon reduced tariffs; and yet the entire
system is at a stand-still.
American political history is foll of cu?
riosities and ^"y^f^^^^^^J^j^ '?*
who**' partippatod Jft tlfei ifivojjtlotfi
diegron its ?eat siiM-fjersart. the dourta
olfftily, vizWobdmj3kui% Tbpma* Je|
fecBoQ. and &meiAo4ro4 (fen. maam
iogto?V^he&-he retieed ?Wo* the Pce??
dency, was in the sixty-sixth year of his
ago. His successor, John Adams, when
he left, was sixty-six years, old. After
him came Thomas Jefferson, James Ma?
dison, sud James Monroe. Mr. JefTersou
was sixty-six, 'James Madison had just
passed his- sixiy-reixth -year, and Mr.
Monroo waa in his sixty-seventh, whou
they respectively left tho Presidential
chair. Gen. Hon ison wns sixty-seven
years old when he was elected, and diod
in the Presidential office
From 1801 to 1825, tho Presidential
office was filled by Virginians. During
the samo interval, with the exception of
four years, the Vico-Presidential office ?
was held by citizens of New York. John
Adams negotiated the treaty of peace
that concluded the war of the revolution
with England. His son, John Quincy
Adams, was a leading envoy, and nogo- i
tinted the treaty which ended the second j
war with England in 1814. His son,
Charlea Francis Adams, at the third great j
crisis of our history, was the minister to
England during the recent war, from i
1861 to 1865, the period which covers
the Alabama claims, out of which an-1
other war is altogether possible with tho
old mother country. j
lu 1800, John Adams was on a leading ,
Presidentini ticket. Twenty-four yours
after, his son, John Quincy, was also a!
Presidential candidate. Twenty-four j
years from that timo, Charles Francis
Adams, John Quincy's son, was an im
portaut candidate for vice-President, |
with a contingent Presidential succus
sion.
Of the first six Presidents, four of thom
were taken from the office of Secretary
of State; and tho other' two being thc
first elected, could not perform its duties.
From this fact, rose the precedence that,
makes the Secretary of State the first of?
ficer in the Cabinet, instead of tho Score- !
ta ry of the Treasury, which is thc case
in Great Britain.
No less than five pf tho greatest of
American statesmen were born iu the
same year, 1?84: Daniel Webster, John^
C. Calhoun, Thomas H. Benton, Martin '
Van Buren, and Lewis Cass. From 1800
to 186*5, a period spanning from tho se?
cond President to the. seventeenth, only
I two persons filled the ellice of Chief Jus- I
I tice of the Supreme Court of the United
States-John Marshall and Hoger B.
Taney.
LETT EH FB?M FATHEB HYACINTHE.
Tho following is the substance of the let?
ter written by Father Hyacinthe to tho
"Evangelical Allianco" meeting, held in
New York, ou Thursday:
Father Hyacinthe said that he felt gra?
tified at the honor shown his discourses
in Paris by their republication in Eng?
lish. He would have been glad to have
had them more worthy; but, such ns
they were, he committed them to the
world. He added, that he presented
them to America and those Protestant
churches of which his talented translator
was ono of tho heads. He was proud of
being a Frenchman, and hoped Frnuoe
would soon imitate the country which
she had dono so much to liberate during
the revolution. He said he continued
faithful to the Catholic Church. If he
had entered a protest agaiust her usurpa?
tions, ono could judge of his love by the
bitterness of his lamentations. However,
he was none the less sensible to the sym?
pathies of the churches of other faiths
in the st.uni he had taken. He did not
think that churohes separated from the
Catholic communion, are beyond the pale
of the Holy Ghost. Whatever may di?
vide us now, we will be united in the
space of time, and all live in hopes of
the samo eternity and love of the same
God. We are nil laboring in common
for the great Church of the future. Men
had laughed his ideas to scorn, but that
he had expected. After expressing him?
self further, he concluded by saying that
ho looked forward to oue God. ene faith,
ono baptism, and ono shepherd, and
signed himself "Brother Hyacinthe."
HORACE GREELEY AT A WEDDI SO.
There was a wedding in tho Fifth Ave
nuo Dutch Reformed Church, tho bride
being Mrs. Gildorsliove, tho well known
! authoress, and tho groom Mr. Smith
; Longstreet, a relativo of the rebel Gen?
eral of the sumo nomo. A great number
j of literary people wero present, among
others Hon. Horace Greeley, who came
1 out strong in the matter of clothes; he
j was dressed in tho height of fashion,
I with tall coat, kids, white cravat, dancing
, pumps, a rose in his button-hole, a bou
? quot in his hand, and fairly drenched
with patchouli. Of course ho created
an immense sensation when ho kissed the
bride. The murringo is a roman tie ouo,
inasmuch as tho gentleman, upon readiug
a poem by Mrs. Gildorsliove, before ho
know her, declared his intention of wed?
ding the woman who wrote it. Ho traced
her np, but her first husband was still
ulivo. He waitod until that impediment
was removed and tho poriod of mourning
was passed, but the lady was coy and
would not marry, because the numo was
Longstreet Smith. The Legislature
changed the name to Smith Longstreet,
and hence tho happy event, which has
created an extraordinary interest in
fashionable and literary circles.
Tho London 'Jones, in Thursday's
issue, expresses the opinion that the
('atholio Church must be withdrawn from
unduo Roman preponderance, and tho
city of Rome from ecclesiastical domina?
tion. It ia only by ceasing to be an Ita?
lian sovereign, says the Times, that the
Pope can aspire to become universal
Pontiff.
85,000 loaves of bread, of light weight,
were levied on by the police of New Or?
leans, a few days ago. The bakers are
indignant.
\J u o
WJ$. EXHIBIT IM COLOMBIA,
THURSDAY, HOVSMBBA IS, I860.
PERFORMANCES DAY ANT) NI G ITT !
Commencing at 2 and 7) o'clock'.
ADMI89ION. .75 Centn.
Children wider lo years.">0 Cents.
NO CIRCUS, cither in Europe or America,
has sri Tnany First Ciao? AM F1HT8 as
STONE d) M URRA Y'S!
Tho Announced Exhibitions will he given
upon a scale of Originality and Splendor never
before witnessed in this count ry.
Tho following array ot' Artists will convey to
the public an idea of tho immense resources of
STONE & MURRAY'S CIRCUS
TO DELIGHT AND AMAZE:
MLtE. EMILIE HENRIETTA COOKE !
Tho Promior Equestrienne of tin- World !
Tho most gifted mid darin? LADY RIDER
ever seen in any age or country, from tho
principal Amphitheatres ?I Europe, and I
THE GREAT JOHN HENRY COOKE !
Tho acknowledge! Champion Rider of the j
Univers?, (late of UnokVfe Royal Circus, of ;
European tam*, i whose extraordinary1 talents !
eommaWd tbs largest salary over ps id to any I
Artist engsgsd in the v.?cation of amusing '
thc publie.
LE J F UNE HURTE,
Tho Champion Baro-baek Hurdle Ride i !
MLLE. JEANETTE EL LS LEU,
The graceful and dashing Tight-Rope Danseut o
M U R R A Y A X I> IF U T C ll I X S O N,
Tho Peerless Acrobats! The novel Feats
and athletic exercises of those skillful per?
formers, havo won for them a world-wide fame
in every quarter of tho globe.
THE SNOW BROTHERS !
BKXJAWX, WILLIAM AND ALFRED, tho Un?
equaled Posturera and Eqtiilibrists.
M R . 1) F. X S T O X E :
Tho popular Clown and Humorist, who has
thc happy faculty of blending tho ainusiug
with the ludicrous, without approaching
coarseness or vulgarity.
MR. CHA RLES li L /N.S,
And his Wonderful Compeer,
M U . li (> li E lt T 1 O H X S O X !
The two best Tumblers in the World !
THE 7 ALLEEN H ROTHERS.'
PAUL and JEROME, thc Sensational Mid-Air
Gymnasts, from tho Hippodrome, Paris.
MISS EMILY COOKE!
Tho Superb English Mauegc Equestrienne.
SIGNOR COLUMBUS!
Tho Amazing Italian Contortionist.
MASTER GEORGE COOKE!
Tho Artistic Protean Equestrian.
MR. WILLI A M FRA NKLFN,
The Champion Somersault Rider.
MR. GEORGE MURRA V!
The Grotesque Comedian.
MR. BURT LEE!
The Champion Leaper and Vaulter.
BARRY ANJO REEVES!
Tho Comique Pantomimists.
UL RIG HA NZEFF !
Tho Russian Athlete.
MR. H. LOCKWOOD !
Thc Intrepid Paucratist.
HERR DREXEL !
Tho Modern Hercules.
L U DORFF AND R ENTEZ !
The Electrifying Funambulists.
The above Artists arc aided hy a large force of
Auxiliary Talent, super-added to Hutchinson's
Acting Dogs, Murray's Trained Horses, Den
Stone's Comic Mules, and thc Complex KLU
KLUX PANTAMORPHS.
STONE fe MURRAY advertise only such at?
tractions as are actually in their possession,
and they wish it understood that they win suc?
cess by deserving it.
Tho New Water-proof Pavilion containa
seats for 3,700 ptoplo. No Standing Room.
Soats for all patrons. One-half of thc Pavi?
lion Seats will bo reserved for Ladies and chil?
dren and Gentlemen accompanying the m. An
ofticiout Polico will bo constantly presout to
preserve ordor in and uoar tho Pavilion. At?
tentive Ushers will pr?vido patrons with soats.
No smoking allowed in tho Pavilion.
?W Particular attention is called to tho fact
that Stone ft Murray's Circus travols exclusive?
ly by railroad, on special tiains, consequently
there will bo no parado of ompty wagous and
jaded animals. Tho attractions of this Circus
are inside tho Pavilion,and not on the streets;
therefore, (with the exception of the BAND
CHARIOT, drawn by Sixteen Thorongh-bred
Horses,) no attempt will be made to induco
patronage by tho obsoloto uso of a so-called
.'Gorgeous Froe P????ut."
OW STONE fx, MURRAY'S CIRCUS will ex?
hibit in CHESTER, November 16; WINNSBO
BO, November 17: NEWBERRY', November
19: ABBEVILLE, November 30.
Nov 5 , WWI
Notice.
CITY CLERK S'OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, November 3, 186'.).
PROPOSALS for supplying tho Alum House
and Oily Hospital with Fresh BEEF, for
tho next three mouths, will he received at this
Office, on or boforc the Kith inst. The prices
of the different parts of the Bevf, will be stated
in tho bids. Bv order of tho Citv Council.
Nov 4 10 J. 8. McifAHON." Oify Clerk.
To Wood Contractors.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
COLVBIBIA, November 3,1860.
PROPOSALS will ho reoeivod it this Office,
for furnishing tho city with 700 Cords Pest
Long Leaf Pine WOOD, for tho City Water
Works. Tho wood to bo delivered and corded
in tho yard of the Water Works. Bids to !
handed in on or before the lGth instant.
By order of tho City Council.
Nov 4 io J. s. MCMAHON, City clerk.
Canned Goods.
-j f\f\ CASES Oysters, Salmon, Lobster,
.lA/V/ Peaches, Tomatoes and Preserves;
frosh and for nala low by_R. A O. D. HOPE
The Working Christian
IS tho Organ of the ii.iptist Denomination
in South Carolina, and furnishes an excel?
lent medium for advertising purposes, lt is
now extensively read in tho State and its cir?
culation rapidly Increasing among the forty
thousand Baptists of nm- State.
The rates of advertising aro, for one inch
space, for tho tlrst insertion: SI 30; for each
subsequent insertion, 7."> cents. Longer ad?
vertisements in the same proportion for n pe?
riod less than three months. For any time
over three mouths, special contracts will be
made on liberal terms. Address.
WORKING CHRISTIAN,
Nov 0 w Yorkville, S. C.
^Bl ?The Chester Reporter,
AWEEKLY NEWSPAPER, published bv
E. C. McLure A J. A. Bradley. Jr., at
Chester, S. C. Terms-invariably in advano2
- S3 00. _ Nov o
THE PHOENIX AND GLEANER
Book, Job and Newspaper. Power Press
PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT,
Wo^t side Main Street, above Taylor,
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
BEFORE sending JOB PRINTING to the
North to be executed, call at tho above
establishment and examine tho specimens of
work, aa well as tho stock of material. We are
fully prepared to do all kinds of PRINTING,
from a Carte Visile to a massive Yolume, a 30
feet Poster to a six inch Circular.
Traveling showmen, hotel-Keepers, railroad
agents and all who have PRINTING to do,
will And it to their interest to call. An exa?
mination and comparison ot prices of tho fol?
lowing grades of work, will convince every one:
Pamphlets,
Circulars,
Bill Heads.
Programmes,
Ball Tickets.
Lotter Heads, V?
Show Cards, _
County Officer's Blanks, Lawyer's Blanks,
Invitations, Bills of Fare, Railroad Receipts,
Dray Tickets, Hand-biUs, Bank Checks,
Briefs,
Notes,
Dates,
Posters,
Tickets,
Labels,
Receipts
Drafts,
Chocks,
Dodgers
Tags,
Licenses
Rills,
Heading
Reports,
Horse
Bills,
QPapers
Tickets,
Mottoes
I O L 'S,
Snipes,
Wedding, Visiting and Busint-ss Cards, Ac.
of material-Type, Presses, Colored Ink, Card
Board, Cards, Paper, Fancy Envelopes, otc,
Catalogues, of all styles and sizes, in one,
two, three Colors and Bronze.
ESTAB
MARCH,
LISHE!)
18 0 5.
THE VERY LATEST HEWS,
By Telegraph and Mails, from all parts of the
World, full Commercial and Market Reports,
besides a vast amount of miscellaneous roading
mattel- of iutoroat to all: spicy Communica?
tions, Editorials and Local Items, Poet i y and
Miscellany, will be found in the DAUA and
TRI-WEEKLY PHON1X and
WEEKLY GLEANER. Every
issue of the Dally contains from
ton to fonrtcon columns of read
, ing matter ; tho Tri-weokly from
twonty to twenty-four, and tho
Weokly thirty-two long columns-making it
tho LARGEST and CHEAPEST PAPER in the
South. Specimen copies furnished.
Porsons residing on tho Greenville, Charlotte
and Augusta Railroads, can receive the PHOE?
NIX, containing Telegraphic Markets, etc, 24
hours ahead of tho Charleston papers.
JUUAN A. RatBY,
Pot 7 Editor and Proprietor.
Old Newspapers,
FOR Wrapping and Pattern Cutting, for
sale at PHOENIX OFFICE. Aug 19
PREPARED BY WALKER, S VA NS j <
-,_ EHCOURAOK HOD?
AND a moat valuable aud reliable Tonic, equi
ket, and at much lesa price. Cures Dy M pt ?
wit lmut doubt the best Tonio Bitter? in use. Fi
SCHEDULE OF PRICES OF TI
INVAIUAULY
1 do/, and lesa than 12 doz.$8.00 per doz.
50 do/, aud upwards.$7.00 per doz.
GOODRICH
Proprietors and Manufacturers t
And direct importers ol
Aug 1 ly t
"VC" -A. I
j^PPWi ? /. ES
Factory East end Hase! street. Mines on A
"\7%7" tx m d o TT* o ir
GROUND ASHLE
For sale by ^81
An? 1 ly W. C. DUK1
. O- "FE ATJFMAlff, j
Broker, Auctioneer and Com. Agent, j
No. 25 Buo.\D STBtET, CBABLESTON,. S. C., ;
WILL ?DY AND BELL ?FAL ESTATE, \
BONDS, STOCKS. BANK BILLS, Ac. .
RKKKifUscEs.-Ex-Go v. B. F. Perry, Green- j
ville, S. C.; Oharies T. Lowndes, Lcbesnc A !
Miles, Charleston, H. C.; W. W.Taylor, Balti?
more, Md.; Maj. C. H. Snbor, Newberry, B. C.; j
Gen. T. M. Logan, J', ich ni o nd, Va.; Lion. J. B. j
Campbell, W. B. Smith lc Co., Crane, Boyl
aton ft Co., Pelcer. Rodgers St Co., l'resal?y, !
Lord ?fc Ingleubv, J. H. Wilson, Charlea ton, i
S. C.
4ST N. B.-Business entrusted to bint will
meet with prompt attention and faithful exe- :
cation. Aug l ly
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
Eos. 10,12,14 Vendue Range, Charleston, S. C. ',
WHOLESALE Dealers in all kinds of '
Hides, Wool, Skins, Furs, Ac. Have con?
stantly on hand a large assortment of Hides
nnd Skins. Tanners will do well to call upon :
us beforo purchasing. !
MOSES GOLDSMITH. ABRAHAM A. GOLDSMITH. ,
HENRY BISCHOFF & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
i
AND Dealers in Wines, Liquors, Se
Igars, Tobacco, Sic, lt?7 East Bay,
. Charleston, S. C. H. BISCHOFF,
C. WULBEKN. I
An*l Iv J. H. PIEPER, j
D. F. FLEMING & Co.
i
Wholesale Dealer? in
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS, i
No. 2 ilayne street, corner j
Church,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
D. F. FLEMING,
SAM'L A. NELSON,
Aug 1 ly JAMES M. WILSON.
SOLUBLE
The Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosp
HAVING completed their extensive Manu!
Fertilizer*, no other kinds being availab
investments.
This Company, under thc direction entirely <
dueemcntB which will recommend it to Son
largest and most completo in tho United Stat
abundant supply of tho proper solvent for tho.:
aro near bv. From these Phosphates they p
in soluble Phosphate than those made from ra\
quantity of Buper-Phoapbate of Lime found in I
Bale, the rates at which we offer them being no
tilizera, whilo the Manures contain twice aa mi
i cheaper to the consumer. They are offered on
that the material in each will correspond to thc
ETIWAN, No. 1.-Soluble Phosphate, contair
Pure Soluble Phosphate of Limo, and furnished
ETIWAN, No. 2.-Peruvian Snpor-Phosphate
? Soluble Phosphate, and two to four per cent, of
proved acceptances, bearing interest, or auch c
agents. Orders to bo forwarded immediately ti
' and arter 1st Januar}' next.
G. G. MKHUIXOEB, President.
it ii- The Fertilizers of thia Company will bo h
Agents for Elton's Premium Trenton Crackers.
W. H. CHAFEE & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
207 East Buy, Charleston, S. C.
Agents for P. Ballantine & Sons'
Cream Ale.
WM. H. CHAFEE. Tn08. B. O'BRIEN.
E. ?. STODDABD. CALEB rnONEIlKKOEB.
E. B. STODDARD & CO.,
WHOLE8ALE DEALERS in
V Boots, Shoes and Trunks, nt
^s^^s>Manufacturcrs' priers, 105 Meet?
ing street, nearly opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. 8.JC. Aug 1 ly
EDWIN B?TES fir- CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
DRY GOODS
OIjiOTSinNTO,
122 and 124 Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
EDWIN BATES,
GEO. C. SULMAN,
Aug 1 ly THOS. IL McGAHAN._
CHARLES KERRISON, Jr.
DEALER in Hardwaro.Cutlory,
Guns, Agricultural Implements,
_Ac, 249 King ?troet., Charleston,
C. An assortment of Hoaao-keoping Hard
ward jin hand._ _ Aug 1 ly
Show Cases ! Show Cases !
W. H. Comic's LATEST PATENT.
At Now York Ratoa,
Constantly on hand and mado to order.
ALSO,
TOYS I TRIMMINGS I ! FANCY GOODB 111
MUSICAL Instruments,. Stationery,
?gAjiUaBO Balls, Firo-works,?c. Stamping,
HgBEmbroic?ory and Braiding noally exo
t*WHIw catfcd, from latest designs, at
WM. MCLEAN'S, itt King St.,
Aog .1 ly Oharieaton, B. C.
LINA BATTERS,
PREPARATION '?
%\, if ont superior, to any Bitter* in the mar
?.ia, Lou? of Appetite, chills and Fever, and in
>r Hale by Druggists and Grocers everywhere.
IE OLD CAKQUNA BITTERS,
NET CASU. ,
12 dos. and lena than 50 do/..1-7.50 per -ios.
, WINEMAN A CO..
>f the Celebrated Carolina Bitter*,
[ choice European Drage arid CTficmleala,
No. 211 H.-iyne titreet.-Charleptop, H. C.
?O' T> ? "r ? ?:? - ]
i'H ll a j j
?FACTORING Cb.,
TON, S. C.
uhley River.
tilizer,
? RIVER BONE PHOSPHATE
COPELAND A DEARDEN, Colombia.
?S A CO., General Agenta, Charleston, 8. C
FOB PALATKA, FLORIDA.
I'm Savannah, Fernandina, Jacksonville and
Landings on the BL John's Biner.
-1 - THE ELEGANT
?saj^TXEIk and FIRST CLASS
^fr?iwlS^-jCv- STEAMER DICTA
-\\ tr^ftfcdPS^ T0Etr Captain W. T
^^M9r^^^.^^hJ\, will a ai I
<wW?^V,A4??-<^Lg' from Charlestonovory
.wSSSSCipSBfe?^ TUESDAY EVEN?
ING, at 9 o'clock, for above pointu, 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 Orl?ans, Mobile,
Pensacola, Key West ?hd Havana. Through
Bills Lading signed to Now Orleans, Mobile
and Pensacola. J. I). AULEN A GO., Agents,
South Atlantic Wharf, Charleston.
HENRY C0BI? &C0.,
'?in Vendue Range,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA,
WHOLESALE
?l> i.Ml
Grocers and Commission Merchants.
Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS AND
LIQUORS.
Aug 1 ly
ZOGBATJM, YOUNO & CO.,
IMPORTERS and Dealers in
{Musical Instruments. Strings,
lie, Ac. Agento of Steinway A
Son's and J. B. Dunham's PianoB, earhart A
Needham's Molodeone, Tllton'e Patent Gnitar.
191 King Street, Charleston, 8. O.
FERDINAND ZOG BAUM, New York; HEN?
RY YOUNG, C. L. McCLENAHAN, Charles?
ton. H^O._ Aug 1 ly
La Valentina Segar Factory, >
No. 118 East Bay Street,
HAVE for Bale tho choicest branda of Puru
Havana Segars. Also, good domestic
Segar?, at low prices.
ALFRED A. BARBOT, Agent,
Aug 1 ly Charleston, S. C.
MANURED
?hate Company, of Charleston, S. C.,
rectory, are now prepared to furnish Soluble
le to planters for inmediate returns tor their
if Southern men of high character, offers in
them planters. Their works are among the
es, and enable them to proparo at home an
South Carolina native Bone Phosphates which
ropoae to manufacture a Fertilizer even richer
y bones, and containing moro than twice tho
Ibo bent average Manoreu heretofore offered for
higher than the averago price of other Ter?
rel) fertilizing material; they are in fact much
the market in two forma* with a guarantco
) advertisement.
nning from eighteen to twenty-five per cent, of
1 at sixty dollars per ton.
, containing from sixteen to twenty per cent, of
' Ammonia, at seventy dollars per ton; for an?
ther security as may bo acceptable to the eun
> tho Agents, and deliverv made aa directed on
WM. C. BEE A CO., Agents.
randed ETI WAN, No. 1, and ETIWAN, No. 2
A Useful Invention.
HOUSE-KEEPERS who do their own cook?
ing with Koroseao or.Gas Stoves, havo,
heretofore, felt tho wanto! a perfect Baking
Oveu.
DUVAL'S PATENT BAKER
attached to thoir Stoves, will b?ko Bread,
Biecuit, Ties, Ac, and roast Poultry, Beef,
Potatoes, Ac., to perfection. A full supply of
Korosene and Gas StoveB, of the beat kinds,
together with Utensils for every purpose, for
I sale, at wholesale and retail, by
J. B. DUVAL A SONS, Charleston, S. C.,
AUR 1 ly Agents for the Patentees.
"Eason Iron Works,"
CHARLESTON, S. C.
8TEAM ENGINES, Mach?n0
?il ry aud Castings.
_J. M. ?ASON A BRO.
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
Nos. 4, 6>nd 8 Vendue Bange, Cliarleston, S. C,
WHOLESALE Dealers in Iron, Metals,
Rags, and all kinds or Paper Stock.
Highest cash price? paid for the above
MUSKS OOI-PSimH. ABRAHAM A. GOLDSMITH.
TitOS. J. K KKK. HERMANN BULWINKLE.
T. J. KERR &G0.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Kelt's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
WILL attend to the sales of all kinds of
Produce and Purchase of Merchandize.
Dealers in No. 1 Peruvian Guano and othor
Fertilizer*._?_Aug 1 ly
Charleston Rental Depot,
275 KINO STREET.
?IOLD and Tin Foil, Amalgam Mineral
Teeth, Stoel Goods, apd every article used by
the Dentist. Ang 1 ly
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL,
STATIONERS and Printers, and dealer? in*
Printers' Materials, Broad street, Charles?
ton, S. C. Aug tv

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