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sskMlssjfri ??^.??jtfpicitf y/.'ih^; !
fib?lOtir ?Viirita ?*? no tre??\ v i
Wbath&tb hop? folrs^ri ort^okon?
8^r^rit^Sp die*of fastftk.
JOT? with dear oss?*?rb*?rtd?i .*?
8h??thtf?.b* ?o paiftmk* th*>V ri
WM our beings .ewfloW^ ' . HU . :
With doHitatSweoaa-but know
In ihn land of evermore?
.' AJl I Wflt brlntii forth Bri ?nesto
Angel? w? h??Mo?#m*l?*?
gfcWesWbther'a glory share
In tb? gm TO? of tho im mot UL .
Fathor love? un all below- ' 7 F.
Well ? know tho happy shore
Fl eek efl ila ?nive? with ?no wy laughter
We shall dmoU to moura np moro
. In tho hornea o? tho h oro af tor.
.,.,',*''.?-?a-m ? i . .
Interviewing m xlar?l?r-Ho Rab? S?
a?^^J?i?|fo;> fcexs.lv.. y
A few week? ago, ?he refldenoo of the
welj-ku own banker, Mr. H., on Michigan
aVenuo, was entered by burglars, who
KOle jewelry amounting to $300, the pro
m&'M^? WM J^?ppg the family.
Among the stolen nrtiolea, Were a lew of
sp?cial val no ss heir-looms, and as me?
mentoes of dear friends ?who had passed
aw**]' Of ??hree, tb?'l?at was anxious
ifck? the haads ot oar- detective iproe,
which has neves earned . T?jpotstdon for
oeo^ness or sagacity. 'lTieytifd hot cover
that?ielves with glory this 'time. V They
property or tho thieve*,
ing letter? ri,n se ?. ??.
'3m^^j^S^xisj?t?atB^p^it?x& of that
not. I took a fancy to your jewelry,
o)ae day when yon were walking on tho
avenue, and, believing yon could afford
to lose it, I followed you to Mr. H.'s
house. I surveyed the promises, found
ont, by means which it 1er unnecessary to
mention,.the location of the room where
yon enjoy the company of the. drowsy
god, fray best friend. Morpheas,) and
completed my arrangements for calling
upon you. I would bavo sent in my
card, but the hour was unseasonable and
the circumstances unpropitious; so, you
will please pardon the unavoidable breach
ol etiquette, I was particularly careful,
as I always sm when I visit ladies' rooms
at night, not to aot the part of a Yandal,
and. destroy things I do not-want. I was
also careful not to make tfny rroiso; afraid
ot disturbing your peaceful slumber. I
find, in the ^practice of my profession,
that courtesy, politeness, and a proper
regard for the -festtags of others, pay
bout in tho* |ong ( ran. Nervous ladies
become alafmed, on waking up, to find a
gentleman IQ their ohambers, .and then
tkiey have a hasty habit of screaming,
Urbich disturbs others and hurts'my feel?
ings. Xpn. are a. beautiful Blooper, and
don't shore worth a cont. Having no?
thing else to do, I ? sm indulging my ca
coethes scribuidi to i n for m you that my
exchequer is getting exhausted, and must
be xejpleniahed immediately. $100 is in?
dispensable to me. If your jewelry is
worth that amount to you, I nm willing
Sou should huvo it. Iassuro you it isa
argaiu at that price. You cannot buy
anything half so good for twico the
amount. 'Iam a good judge of jewelry,
asa large amount passes through my
hands annually.. Yon hod better trade
with me. This is in confidence, of
course. I trust to your honor, as you
may to mine. Answer through the Tri
bune. With assurances of esteem, and
hoping to be pardoned for hoy tempora?
ry inconvenience I have caused you, I
romain, dear madam, yroirs in earnest,
This letter was written on flue, tinted,
Eerinmed note paper, in a bold and firm
and. The writing was excellent, and
the orthography correct. It was a cool
production. Evidently, it was no vulgar
thief wrote the document. Tho lady
replied through tho Tribune, inviting
the gentleman to a copferenco at Mr.
He was on time. The door-bell was
rung, and Mr. H., who stayed ut home
to attend to tho business, met tho gentle?
man at tho threshold. In nppearnnce
he was entitled to tho appellation of gen?
tleman. Talland lithe, of rather digni?
fied presence, a handsome face, lighted
up with a pair of eyes black as sloes and
Sieroiog aa the rays of tho sun, coal
l?ck hair, surmounting a high fore?
head, in which caro had plowed many a
furrow, a square ohin, and well-cut,
closely-compressed lips, mado up tho
exterior of this accomplished burglar.
H" was'dressed with neatness and care,
with the exception of his hat, whioh was
rather brigandish. His features bore a
misanthropic expression, and he waa
oynical in bis conversation. Mr. H.
supposed he was honored by a visit from
some distinguished foreigner, .md was
prepared to receive him as suob, until ho
was bunded a card bearing the words
4* ?Handy Andy,' Dealer in Valuables."
occupation had inspired Sun with doubts
would twion^Sg <^pffi^^fcf^y^'&?
trade right I there. H? was rather a/tsid
Mr. H. iiiiht -ifo1 some detectives ?ft!
Stonor. ^^/^^.rWrlfcli' t? intrude
upon tfwtf? %o4 ^'?PN?, dUfrWP toe
process of mastioatiou; Hui regard for
the feeUngs o? other* positively forbade
him from so gross aa outrage upon po
liten***. . 'Jttr. ,ft, assured/ Lifo that hb?
waa pe factly safa. Th e gentleman placed
?very 'roliuuco^upon ilr. H.'s word, and
agreed to1 go idrpo'lih?.'psripr, provided'
So halt door eras allowed tyremwh ppj?n. t
r. H. acceded to the tareas. Thp gen?
tleman walked iota. tho parlar and sat
do WE . He took out a six-nbooter and
began 'to explain to "Mr, H. tht? uso. ?f
the instrument, remarking, iuoidentally,
that if any police should happen to come
around he would be able to give att Idea
of his skill 'lis a marksman. Mr. H. '
took tho hiut very, gracefully. They
proceeded to business, and the jewelry
was exchanged for the stipulated amount
of $100. That tittle matter arranged,
Mr. H. expr?ssed his surprise that a
man of refinement and education, and
possessing the natural ability of his
guest, should be engaged in his nefari
The burglar said that at one time he
wai a New York merchant, bnt failed,
and thenceforth determined to live off
the public, as the only sure means of ob?
taining a livelihood. Ho waa head of a
gang who were sworn to kill anybody
who would betray them to the police.
He related one of his exploits. lu New
York he got into a boase oao night aad
made his way to the bed-room where the
owner and bis wife were sleeping in bed.
Beside the bed was a child s crib. By
accident he overturned the crib and
spilled the baby out on the floor. The
yoaog one began to cry. He was in a
lix; afraid the' parents would wake. He
decided instantly what to do, and did it.
He picked up the child tenderly, "for,"
said ho, "it romided me of my own darl?
ings," nud replacing it in the cot, he
rocked it to eleop again. This perform?
ance occupied half aa hoar, for the child
was restless. He thea weat through the
room abd raked up $5,000.
Tike Mena Man "W'bo Cot Converted.
BY THE "PAT C?irrBTBtJTOB."
There was a great revival in the region
where Old Smithers, as everybody called
bim, lived, and it took hold of bim one
day. Smithers was a dreadful mean
man, oppressive to the poor and ail that,
and never paying a debt if he could help
it. He had been known to tarn a poor
widow with a family of small children
oat iato the street of a cold winter's day,
because she was anabie to pay tho rent
of the miserable shanty she had of him.
He was only known as "Old Smithers,"
although he wasn't so very old either,
but we have noticed that mean men have
the prefix "Old" attached to their names,
generally, when their neighbors speak o?
Old Smithers "took a habit," as they
say in Wisconsin, to attend one of the
"protruded meetings." Ho was strack
with conviction the first night and hope?
fully converted, as ho claimed, the next.
After his conversion he was announced
to address his fellow-sinners and sinner
esses on the following Sunday after?
noon. Tho news that Old Smithers had
got religioo spread all about the neigh?
borhood. Some doubted it; said he was
putting it ou so as to skin folks a little
closer; o thors, more charitable, said ii
might be true, und they hoped he would
not be so mean in the futuro, if it was
Wheo Sunday afternooa arrived th(
church was crowded. Tho ontire neigh?
borhood turned out to hear what so meat
a man as Old Smithers would say foi
himself after passing through convictiot
and conversion. All was still in th?
church when Old Smithers arose tospeak
He began by telling what a mean mai
he had been all his life. He said be hat
probably done more mean things that
any mau of his years aud opportunit?
living, and if there was any mean thin;
ho had failed to do, it was either becausi
ho hadn't thought of it, or there was nc
good chauco. After going sotnewha
iuto detail regarding his meanness, as
touching oven those who thought the^
knew him best with tho recital, aud do
daring his utter unworthiness, ho re
sumed his seat.
There was a brief pause, lifter which j
neighbor of Old Smithers, a member o
tho church, nrosoond said: "Ihave live?
nigh neighbor to Brother Smithers fo
a long timo. I have just listened ti
I Brothel- Smithers' remarks, and from ai
intimate acquaintance with him undhi
actions for many years, I am prepared ti
indorse, in tho fullest manner, ull th
charges ho baa made against himself, uni
moro too. He is certainly the men nos
mun I ever knew in thc woola oourso o
my lifo"-and sat down.
Then nroso Old Smithers, palo an
trembling with rage and exclaimed: "ll
a lie, aud I'll whip you us soon an yoi
leave the church."
AN IMPERTATJ MORMON.-Tho Empero
of China is fifteen years old, and is to b
married this year, with immense point,
to his first and chief wife, his Etuprew
Ho will bc simultaneously provided wit
second and third wives; and from a
parts of tho Empire victims are bein
collected to swell the lists of his haren
Every Tartar family, we believe,
obliged to contribute its quota. Loo
selections are first made, aad the hob
canst is seat to Pekia, where a fresh Ri
lection t ak i's place, and a "chosen" nan
ber are condemned to a live-lot
seclusion. They are not allowed to st
their relations; may never SCO theil loi
nod master, aad ia the event of bis deal
they are still condemoed to perpetu
isolation and celibacy.
remarkable rem?diai paS4n(, ir??r?t-? aaul
oom po ah dud by the Proprietor? which he kee
called by the euphonious edtybriquer n
. rn ooNSTrroB?T piornrm..
QUERN'S D?UJGHT TB en en alterative, prodnc
I . t-.tmi Jipg * gradual chango in the
Hsurrra?'e functions of ?rgano, ea to
' , . pormlt a healthy action MP
v, ' " ' ?age tho placo of disease '
QUEES'S J)woat I? deobstruent by itsdiverai
? td action; removesobstruc
II;ciNIT?II B ?ions, rednoea inflammation
and enlargement of tho
?landa arrd Vracera.. ,
e^A Invteoriorand Tonic;
; it plroduc?a a- "gent?o and
fe^Uh%eat^tCB^enaenl of all
e vital BoUona observable
. in the fn notion a) of orgamc
HEIMTSH'H lite; tod ie, therefor o. ad
miss&bl?. in diseases cz the)
Btomachj Ijvtritod Organs
QOBKM'S DKI.IGlix ls a atirr- sating, alterativo
diaphosetic, promoting per
spiration, removing humors
in tho brood; prqdnciog a
HHNITMI'H healthy, action bf the akin,
removes Dui la, Pimples,
Blotches and Cutaneous
eruptions. " 1 .
QUEEN'S Dr.uGKT Is aperient, gently acting
upon the bowels, thereby
removing effete matter, pro?
ducing a healthy feeling of
HEINITSH'B the stomach and head.
Headache and nervous dis?
orders are cured by its "no.
QUEEN'S DEI IOHT Is expectorant, increasing
the secretion from the
mnoona membrane of the
air oellB and passages of
RaiNrrsH's the lungs, or assiste its dis?
charge; is, tborefore. a re?
medy, combined witli Ood
Liver Oil, in all canes of Con?
sumption, Colds, A c.
The high appreciation in which it is held by
the profession and the golden opinions of the
people, and their many testimonials, will make
it a desirable medicine for Druggists to Keep
constantly on hand.
The Bick, feeble and those in delicate health,
and all persons living in warm climates, and
all unaccHmated, will find the
A gro t medicine, protecting them from all
thoao diseases which originate in a bad condi?
tion of the blood and climatic inflrtenoes.
For ?ale by Dreggiste throughout tbs State.
The trade supplied bv
FISHER A HEINIT8H, Columbia, 8. C.
PLUMB A LEITNER, Augusta, Qa.
J. H. ZEILEN <t CO., If aeon, Oe.
JOHN P. HENRY, Now York.
MANSFIELD A HIGBEE. Memphis, Tenn.
JOHNSTON. HOLLOWAY A COWDEN.
AUK 61 . . Philadelphia.
ia*a^aeajBalaWa?a?a^a^BWBae Tho symptoms
BHDaaeasavaeBVBaHBVaVHBaaipnin in the aide.
Sometimes the nain is in the shoulder, and is
mistaken for rheumatism. The stomach ia
affeoted with loee of appetite and sickness,
bowels in general costive, sometimes alternat?
ing with lax. The head is troubled with pain,
and dull, heavy aenaation, considerable- loss ot
memory, accompanied with painful sensation
of having left undone aometbing which ought
to have boen done. Often complaining of
weakness, debility, and low spirits. Some?
timos some of tho above symptoms attend the
disease, and, et other times very few of -them ;
^??aWa?a*aWa?aWBBBBt?but tho Liver Is
? ? _ Igt-nerally theor
Lt y pH. Ix an most in
I_Jvolved. C n r e
--?Mm Liver with
DB. SIMMONS" LI VEE REGULATOR,
Aproparation of roots and herbs, warranted
to be strictly vegetable, and can do no injury
to any one.
It has beau used by hundreds, and known
for the last thirty-rive years as ono of tho most
reliable, efftcacio'us and harmless preparations
over offered to the suffering. If taken regu?
larly and persistently, it is sure to cure.
Dyspepsia, headache, Jaundice, costiveness,
sick headache, chronic dian luna, affr?tions of
the bladder, camp dysentery, a flee ti o nu of the
I *D rr vlf ?*?? 4-*>v* ?nervo usn es e ,
I ?egUlatOr. |:ui,|Bj diseased
!>nnmmjiu^M??i-iii j ?TM-"f the skin, im?
purity ot'too Blood, lueiauuUoly, or depression
of spirits, heartburn, colic, or pains in tho
bowels, pain in the hoad, fever and ague,
dropsv, boils, pain in back and limbs, asthma,
erysipolas, femalo affections, and bilious dis?
oases genersllv. Price $1; bv mail, $1.25.
Prepared only by J. H. ZKIL1N A CO.,
Druggists, Macon, Qa.
The following highly respectable personscan
fully attest tot bo virtuos of thia valuabto medi?
cine, and to whom wo most respeetfnllv refer:
Gen. W. H. Holt, President S. W. R. P.. Com?
pany; Rev. J. It. F?hler, Terry. G*.; Col. E. K.
Sparks, Albany, Qa.; Geo. J, Lnnsford, Esq.,
Conductor S. W. R. IL; C. Masterton, Esq.,
Sheriff Bibb County; .I. A. Butts, Bainbridge,
(la.; Dykos A- Hparhawk, Editors floridian,
Tallahassee; Rev. J. W. liurke, Macon, Ga.;
Virgil Powers, Tita., Superintendent H. W. It.
lt : Daniel Billiard, Rullnrd'a Station, Macon
* Brunswick lt. lt.',Twigg*County,Ga.; Gren?
ville Wood, Wood's Factory. Macon. Ga.; Rev.
E. P. Eastcrling, P. E. florida Conference;
Major A. F. Wooley. Kingston, Ga ; Editor
Macon Telegraph, and John Ingall-, formerly
of Columbia, K. G.
For sule b;- all 'Irngeists. July VA i??nio
Firo Dogs and Feudera.
AHANDSOME Assortment of Plain and
Fanov FIRE DOGS, SHOVELS ANO
TONGS, FENDERS, Ac, Ac. on hand and for
saje low, bv J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
" NICKERSON HOUSE,"
COLTJAIBIA, SOt'TII CAHOL1RA.
ly?WZ^Y TM IS pleasantly located HO
jfl/^'pMBs' ? S TEL, liUbUrpaa-c ?I l y am
Sta i^fmiSj House in the South for comfort
a^t t rnj^y-r" vH healthy locality, is now
open 'to Travelers and others seeking accom?
modations. Families can bo furnished willi
nico, airy rooms on reasonable terras. "A call
is solicited." My Omnibus will be found at
tho different depots-passengers carried to
and from the Hotel free of charge.
Nov 8 WM. A. WRIGHT
THE Proprietors take pleasure in announc?
ing this elegantly-furnished Establishment
now open for tho accommodation of enests.
Tho table will always bo supplied with every
telinacy of the season--both from the New
fork and Charleston markets, and no efforts
?rill be spared to giro perfect satisfaction, in
overy respett, to our patrons. FREE LUNCH
in the refectory every day from ll until 12L
?WM. GORMAN, I p
May ?0 ff. H. BADKNltOP, \ **<>*****<>.?.
A ND ft, Snost-valnablo ?nd reliable Tonia, eqd
i\ %?*J ind-st mswh lee* price. Corea Dyopei
witttotatioubt the boot To nm Bitters bs sse. : ?
! flOHEDTJLW OF PRICES OF !tj
\ . . ? IH V An IA D I, Y
I dos. sod lee? than 12 dos.$9 00 per dos.
80 doe. sod up-ver^?... -?7.00 por dos.
f Proprietor* ?fad Manufacturers <
M Y At?adirectJrnportersp
Factory Eaat end Haeel street. Minea on i
." '< i ssVit ?svia? si io JP" GI*
* jjf GROUND-ASHLB
For sale by
Aug 1 ly W. O. D?K
A, o. J?iLATJ^Tvr 5 Jsr,
Broker, Auctioneer and Com. Agent,
No.. 25 BBOAB ETSIXT, CHASLESTOK, 8. 0..
%1/ lLL BUT AND SELL BEAL ESTATE,
W BONDS, STOCKS, BANK BLLL8, Ac.
HsrsRssoss-Ex-Go*** Ii. P. Perry, Green?
ville, 8. C.; Charles T. Lowndes, Lubeunu A
Miles, Charlot, ton, 8. O. ; W. W. Taylor, Bel ti?
mor?, Md.; Maj. O. H. Buber, Newberry,8. C.;
?cn. T. M. Logan, Richmond, Ya.; Bon. J. B.
Campbell, W. B. Smith <V Co., Ciane, Boyl
eton A Co., PolEir, ltodgi rs A Co.. PreBsley,
Lord A Inglcsby, J. H. Wilson, Charleston,
SET* N. B.-Business entrusted to him will
met t with prompt attention and faithful exe?
cution. _^uE_? ly_
MOSES GOLDSMITH ft SON,
Nos. 10,12,14 Vendue Range, Charleston, S. C.
WHOLESALE Dealers in all kinds of
Bide?; Wool. Bains, Pnra.Ao. Bave cou
Btnntjy on hand a largo assortment of Bides
and Skins. Tannors will do well to call upon
UH before purchasing.
MOSES O OLDS M ITH. A TIT! AHAM A. OOZJ^SMTTH.
HF.NRY BISOHOF? ft GO.;
AND Dealers in Wines, Liquors, Be
Igars, Tob?ceo, Ac, HA East Bay,
'Char?oaton, B. O. H. BISCHOFF,
Aug 1 ly _J. H. PIEPER.
B. P. FLEMIN& ?Sc Oo.
Wholesale Dealer* ia
BOOTS. SHOES AHB TB?NKS,
\ajs#V No. 2 Hoyne street, corner
CHARLESTON; S. a
D. F. FLEMING,
8AM'L A. NELSON,
Aug Hy JAME3 M. WILSON.
The Sulphuric Acid and Supor-Phosr.
HAVING completed their extensivo Manul
Fcrtil'zers, no other kinds being av.nlab
This Company, under the direction entirely c
ducements which will recommend it to Son
largest and mont complete in tbo United Stat
abundant supply of the proper solvent for the i
aro near bv. From these Phosphates they p
iij soluble Phoephnts than those made from ra>
quantity of Snper-Pboaajjiate of Lime found in <
sale, the rates at wliich"TWoCfor tbem being no
tilizers, whilo the ManureB contain twice as mi
cheaper to tho consumer. They are offered on
that the material in each will correspond to thc
ET! WAN, No. 1_Soluble Phosphate, cont air
Pure Bolnble Phosphate of Lime, and inrnishet
ETI WAN, No. 2.-Peruvian Bnper-I'hocphate
Soluble Phosphate, and two to four per c? nt. ot
proved acceptances, bealing intcre*t, or snch o
agents Orders to bo forwarded immediately ti
and arter 1st January n?xt.
G. G. MKMMINOKR," President,
r/j- The Fertilizers of this Company will be h
Agents for litton's Premium Trenton Crackers.
W. H. CH AFEE & CO.,
207 Eafct B?y, Charleston, S. C.'
AgenlH for P. Ballantine A SOLS'
WM. H. CHAFEK. TltOS. S. O'BRIEN.
E. J*. sTunn.vnn. OALKB rnoNKnEituiiS.
E. B. STODDARD ft CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS in
Boots, Shoeti and Trunks, Ht
^Manufacturers' primen, 1G5 Meet*
iou strert, nearly opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. B. C._ Autr 1 ly_
EDWIN BATES &. CO.,
Wholesale Dealer? in
O XJ O T H X INT C2- ,
122 and 124 Meeting alrcot,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
GEO. C. KELMAN,
Ancr 1 Iv TnriH lt Mol Aft AN.
t DAHLES KERR I-ON, Jr.
DEALER in II ard Ware, Cutlery,
Gnus, Acricultmal Implements,
_l&?.', 249 King etreot,, Charleston,
H. C; An assortment of Mottse*kveping Mard
wird on hand. Anii 1 I?
8how Cases ! Show Oates !
W. H. Oonv'B LATEST' PATENT.
At New York Rates.
Constantly on hand and made to order. -
TOY81 TRIMMINGS 11 FANOY GOODS ll I
#MUSICAL Instruments, Stationery,
Base Bruin, r ire-works, .vc. ?tamping.
Embroidery and Braiding neatly exe?
cuted, from latest designs, at
WM. MoLEAN'S. 433 King St.,
Ang 1 ly Charleston, 8. O.
I KlH^^CTvitVll,' ':' ''''
fW^^WW-.n ri ' ? i
kl. if* bot superior, to any Bitt*r? in tho mar
MUK LOMW* Appetite. ChuUs ?ad Fovcr, and it
or saje fey #rng?i?to and Grocers ?Tory where.
?BoiD CAROLINA BITTERS;
**T CASU, -.-.i-?-, i ...'i;r .
12, do?, andie? than 60, do?,... .$7.50 per doa.
jf Wi r^^f?f^d C?roltna Bitters, " '
f ch?ioo European DYegd and Ch?miefd-', ? '
v 74o. ?3 Hayn? et*-t, Obarlratob, ?1 y. '
T O #,.,S.: C. V
..abley iliv?r. V ^ .
t. ?lJLa*o *', - . > ; .
Y RIVER BONE PHOSPHATE. \ ,
COPELAND * BE?BDEN. Columbia. S
ES A CO.,Qeneral Agonis, Charleston, 8. C.
FOR PALATKA, FLORIDA.
Via Savannah, Fernandina, Jacksonville ajnd
landings on (he SI. John's Uiver. , '
. j* - THE ELEGANT
A^?S^TS^v ?no" ?IR8r /5LAS8
.WWfl(tlg-3|^\ STEAMER ?DICTA
,&? JW^H^^K TOBi Cspta/Tw. T.
.^W??l^^ MoNJSLT?-/will sail
^?WtB?g??SwWlitrf?^ from ChadKston every
*?^S?950>38^E? T?ESDA? EVEN?
ING, at 9 o'clockJfor.abovopolntB, ?meeting
with Central Railroad, at Savaimal?for Mo
bite nnd New Orleaha. with Florida Mallroad,
at Fernandina, for Cedar Keys, atwQBbpoiut
Steamers connect with New Orleans,Httblle,
Ponsacola, Key West and Havana. Thapgh
Bills Lading signed to Kew Orleans, Habile
and Penaaoola. J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agenjfc
_Sontb Atlantic Wharf. Charf?>spii.__
HEN&Y COBIA & <j?
t6 Vendue Bange, /
CHARZB&TOJN, SOUTH CAROLINA,
Oro curt tod Commission Merchants,
fy i r i \ n ? j .o ..- - - f f \AJ
' I Keep bmrstanUy on hand a full assortment
Ci Rt) CE BI ES,
ZOGBAUM, YOUNG & CO.,
^eSSmsm IMPORTERS and Dealers in
?V^19V*HMusical Instruments. . Stringn,
lix I^Ift?T/Ao^ Agents of Steinway A
Son's and J. B. Dunham's Piano?, earhart A
Needham's Melodeons, Tilton's Patent Guitar.
191 King Street, Charleston, 8. C.
FERDINAND ZOGBAUM, New Yprk; HEN
RT YOUNO, C. L. McOLENAHAN, Oharles
ton. H. C._Aug 1 ly
La Valentina Segar Factory,
No. 118 East Bay Street,
HAVE for sale the choicest brands of Pure
Havana Segars. Also, good domestic
Segars, at low prices.
ALFRED A. BAREOT, Agent,
Aug 1 ly Charleston, S. C.
?hate Company, of Charleston, S. C.,
Factory, ara now prepared to furnirh Soluble
lo to planters for immediate returns for their
>f Southern men of high character, offersin
thorn planters. Their works are among tho
es. and enable.thom to prepare at homo au
"South Carolina native Bone Phosphates which
roposo to manufacture a Fortilizer even richer
v bones, and containing more than twice the
tho beat average Manures heretofore offered for
higher than the average price of other Fer
ich fertilizing mateiial; they aro in fact much
tho market in two foi rps, with, a guarantee
dning from eighteen to twenty-five per cent, of
1 at sixty dollars per ton.
, containing from sixteen to twenty per cent, of
'Ammonia, af* keven tv dollars ?I r ten; for ar?
ther security as may ob Acceptable to the sub
? the Agents, and delivery made as directed on
WM. C. BEE A CO., Agenta.
randed KT! WAN, No. 1, and ETIW?N, No. 2
I A Useful Invention.
HOUSE-KEEPERS who do their own cook?
ing with Kerosene or Gas St OMS. have,
I heretofore', felt tho want of a perfect Baking
I Oven* > .
DUVAL'S PATENT BAKER '
attached to their Stoves, will bako Bread,
Bit-cuit, ries, Ac, and ronst Poultry, Biel,
Potatoes, Ac., to perfection. A full suppl)* of
Kerosene and Gas Stoves, of the beut kinds,
I together with Utensils fer every purpose,for
salo, at wholesale and retail, by
J. B. DUVAL A SONS, Charleston. S. C.,
AUR 1 ly Agents for the l'ntrnf cc*.
"Eason Iron Works,"
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Jf?^jr*^~ 8TEAM KNCIIKr>- Macliinc
j ?^*A$?fttrfl J. M. RASON fi BED.
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
! Nos. 4, C ami M Vendue Hamje, Chu rh sien, S. C,
WHOLESALE Dealers in Iron, Metals,
Rags, and all kinds ot Paper Stock,
j nighest cash pricis paid for tho above.
j MOSES OOI.DSM1TH. A P.RA lt AM A. Ool.DKMITll.
TROS. J. KKIiR. HI:I:MANX DULWISHU!.
T. J. KERR & GO.,
Shipping and CommiEsion Merchants,
Kerr's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
WILL attend to tho salea of all kinds of
Produce and Purchase of Merchandize.
Dealers in No. 1 Perevian Guano and other
Fertftieors. Aug 1 ly
Charleston Dental Depot,
276 KINO STREET.
^t Old) and Tin Foil, Amalgam Mineral
Teeth, Steel Oooda, and overy articlo used by
tho Dentist. Aug 1 ly
WALKER. EVA HS & COGSWELL,
STATIONERS and Printers, snd dealer? in
. Printers' Matar?ais, Broad street, Oharloa
ton.B. O. Aug Dr
? ? letti .. ? '.ii)<io't,i.
?HB BnbHcMber Tiaa cai band ? largo asao ;,
moue pt B??gJ?r'B^iUflBjejLOra 4 Har.
ker's, etc., SEWING ?ACH??E8J *t#b,a frnV
aflsbrtmcnt or English irii German ?UHR/
PISTOLS, CUTLEBY, CARrrRIDG*ES, .DOOK;
BELLS, etc., which wul bo o Chi lower than.?*;
anyother placo mitUeoity".^,.?~-y^ > . |U
.Sowing Machines, Guus' Pistols.1 Locks, etc.,
repaired al tho shortest'?crti?e, 'and' iii wbVk
warranted; ' *\ Ak SCHNEIDER/ >:
Bept26 __1 . j Mat? etty* b ,
Fresh Biscuit and Crackers. u
BBL8 and boxes Soda, ButteV,' Farina;
OU Sugar, Lemon, Walnut1, Ginger -Dales
and Snaps._ 1_ : B.t O D: BOPJCd
Fre*h 8uppU?5?.' . . " ?
Fresh Conntrv ond Mountain BUTTER,
J'ink-Fvo and Peach-Blow Planting Potstoee, .
Fine Goshen CHEESE, at G. DIEBCKB,
Jan 23 At the Sign of tue W?t?B.
Important Notice to Shippers.
Cu AH LOTTE, COLUMBIA AND A cot; STA BJ; Rt Co.,.
?K5UIAI, FBEIOHT ASD TlCEF-T AOT B OFFICE,
, COLT; UBI A, 8. C., August 12, 18C9.
THE 8EA-BOAHD INLAND Al H LINE.
FREIGHT ROUTE is again opened Cor
business and offers8UFEBIOll ADVANTAGES
to the Merchante of Columbia and up country.
RATES-NEW Y?BK IO CtalUMBIA.-rFlfst
Class il.35; Second Class T?nM '?lass'
il.10; Fourth Class 80c; Fifth Class 60C, per
hundred ponadst ll t . tacit i- : ? ..".wi
. av Rates and ClRHHideations to all other,
pointa North, samo as rai Charleston iputtt.
lite Steamship Lines connecting with' awl
forming part of the Sea-board Inland AirLrne
?re as follows. Bx C ABF-FOX AND SHIP BT USKSX
LJKES ONLY: .
Boston and Norfolk Steamship.Co,, Ino of
Central Wharf, Boston-F/.Bampeun, Agepv
Old Dominion steamship1 C?;,Tlerf?7^?or?,
River. New York^-N; L'.4McCh-e?orr, JrxM'tl:..<*..
lieu 187 Greenwich street, corner Doy, ?L It. '...
Philadelphia and Norfolk Steamship Co., 1*
North Delaware Avenue, Fb.Uad6rphla,-W, P.'
Clyde, Agent. . T ' ' ?
Annameesio Line, tia Delaware Itali road
Depot Philadelphia. Wilmington and. Balti?
more Railroad, Philadelphia..
Baltimore Steam Packet Co., (Bay Lino,) foot
of Union Dock. Baltimore-R~ L. foor. Agent.
49~In shipping freight for Philadelphia be
careful to mark tho packages and note on Bill
of Lading whether it ia to be forwarded! by,
Clyde's Steamers, or tua Annumeeuic I4n?.
For further informafJp?, addrcBa ' ' ,
E. B. DORSEY,
_ Aug 13 GeneralFrolr>' ?*id OHeh?t A?*fc, I
South Carolina Eailroad Company,
GENERAL SUPT'S OFFICE, ?ETr- 15, 1869;
?fi1 ST? ^g^ggtfr^ dulo for "Passenger
Trains will be observed from tbis date:
DAT FABBENOEB TBAIN. .
Leaving Columbia at.t.... 7.45 a. ni.
Arriving at Columbia at. 4.40 p. m.
1 NIOHT EXP BEBB TB?Tl?. '
Leaving Columbia' at.5.50 p. m.
Arriving at Columbia at. 4.46 a. m.
TOE CAMDEN TBA? [j]
Will continue to run the following schedule:
(Mondays. Wednesdays and Saturdays.)
Arrive Columbia 11.00a. m. Leave 1.45 p. m.
DAILY (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED ) '
Leave Camden 6.35a.m. Ar Kingville9.20a.mt
Lve Ringville3115 p. m. Ar Camden GC5p.m,
Sept 10 H. T. PEAKE. General Sup't.
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta B. E.
COLUMBIA, H. C. October 1, 1869.
B^^atSB D?? KM
Passenger Trains will run as follows: .
OOI.NO NOBTH. .
Leave Augusta, at.6.45 a.m.
Columbia, S. C., at,.12.35 p.m.
Arrive at Charlotte, N. 0.7.10 p. m.
Leave Charlotte, N. C., at.6.00 a, m.
" Columbia, tl. C., at.....12.60p.m.
Arrive at Augusta.0.15 p. m
Tho following is tho Schedule over the Short
Lino. Connections bure to nil points.
I.ravo6 45am Augusta Arrive 6.15 pm
H 12 85 pm Cqitnnhia " 12 60 pm
.* 8.25pm Cbarjotto . " 6.50 am
" 1.30 am' Greensboro 12.10 am
" 11.15 am Richmond ?. 2.46 pm
** 9 00 pm Washington " ! 7.00 sm
" 10 45 pm Baltimore ; " 6.08 am
'? 2 35 am Philadelphia 12.80 am
Arrived 19 am New York Leave 9 20 pm
(let 2 CALEB ROnKyiGHT. Snp't.
(irecnviiie ana Columbia L aiiroacl.
fT*vrrrr tTSSSSSS?^ PASSENGER Trains run
'jj.sr ^? jj gg-Stt daily oxcept Kui day? eon
ucctlng with Nipbl Train on Charleston Road:
Lvo Colsmnia 7.00 arti l.vo Greenville 6.00 am
" Alston 8.55 " " Anderson 6.46 *.
" Newberry 10.35 " " Abboville 8.45 ?.
ArrAbbo\ilh' 3.80prn u Newberry 1.25pm
"Anderhon 5.15 M " Alston > 8.00~ ?.
?' Greenville o.oo " Arr Columbia 6.00 pm
Trains on Blue Ridge Itftdroad mn r.s follows:
Lvo Andt-rson 5,20 pm Lve Walhalla 4.00 am
" Pendleton 6.20 ,! *' Pendleti-n 5.40 "
Arr WalliftlU 8.00 ?' Arr Anderson 6.40"
The train will return from Bolton to Ander?
son <>n Moiu^ and Fridav mornings.
.TAMES O'. MEREDITH. General Pop'ti
Spartanburg and Union Bailroad.
fTti'?WviO ^N and after tho 18th October,
fr??S^^rnharnger Trains will h-avo Spar?
tanburg C. H. on Monda vs, Wednesdays and
Fridays, nt 7 80 a, m., and arrive at Alston at
1.85 p. m.. connecting with Greenville down
train. Returning Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Sa tar day a, leave* Alston 0 30 m.; arrive Spar
tanhurg 8 10 p. m., aa par followinc Schedule:
-Doton lYain. UP Train.
Miles. Arrive. Lesve. Arrive. Leave.
Spartanburg 0 7.30 3 40
I'acolot.10 8.15 f,20 2.50 2.65
.lonraville.. .19 8 55 9.00 2.10 2.1.1
Unionvdle.. .28 9.45 10.10 12.?5 1.25
Santnc. 37 10.45 10.50 12.15 12:20
Shelton.48 11 40 11 45 11.20 11.25
Lvlea Ford. .52 12C5 12.10 10 55 ll.CO
Strother_66 12.30 12.35 10.30 10 35
AMon.68 1 83 9.80
Oct 14 THOB. B. JETER, Ptagldont.
Laurens Railroad-New 8chednlo.
CMB??BH MAIL Trains on this Road run to
llH?f^?Sr*return same day. to ehntiocl with
np and down Trains on Greenville and Colnm
bia Rsilroad. at Helena; leaving Laurena at 6
A. M., Tuesdays, Thursdays and. Saturdays*
and leaving Helen* at 1.80 P. M. samt' days.
July 9 /. 8. BOWERS, Superintendent