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COUMTINO HOUSE CALENDAR-1870.
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C O'e?ocls P. MT.
Tho work-ahops opon wide tlioir (loora
At 0 o'clock P. M.,
Ami workmen ?BBUO forth hyacorea,
At 0 o'clock P. M.
Of all the minutes in array,
Of hniira M>*t ?to to lllttko tho day,
There's nono BO welcome^BO t?iey aay,
As 0 o'clock P. M.
How many children BIIOW delight
At 0 o'clock P. M. I
How roany homos aro rendered brigui
At 0 o'clock P. M !
How many littlo happy feet
Go out into the busy Btrcot,
With ioyouB bound? papa to meet,
At 0 o'clock P. M. !
Thouaanda of tablea draped in white,
At 0 o'clock P. M.,
The irathorcd familioB unito
At Oo'olock P. Bl.;
And as tboy eat the frugal fare.
They quite ferret their toil and caro,
And drop their hoavy burdens there,
At G o'clock P. M.
Thon blow, vc Bhrieking whiRtlea, blow!
At 0 o'clock P. M.,
And let tho weary toilers go
At 0 o'clock P. M.
Ring out, roloaeing bella, ring out.
And bid tho welkin tako tho about,
Aud echo it all round about,
?"TiB G o'clock P. M. !
FORTUNES OF JULIET CLAYBURN,
A Tule of tb? palmetto State.
It was just nearing tho hour of sun-set,
when tho whistle blew at Ashburn. The
houses nntl spires were tinged with a
faint ruddy glow. "Oh! what a beauti?
ful place!" was Juliet's delighted excla?
mation, straining her eyes from the win?
dow. And so it is a charming place, si- j,
tuated in tho midst of the most exqui?
site rural scenery, with clean, broad,
well-paved streets, imposing churohes
and colleges, aud beautiful walks and
drives around the suburbs. On ono side
of tho town ia the river, compressed in
tho narrow rocky bed, its rushing sound
audible to the ear, evou on tho noisy
public streets. Juliet continued to gaze.
She had almost forgotten this was the
place of her destination; but the sight of
her aunt, .standing on the platform at
the depot, a fair-haired boy at her side,
recalled tho fact to mind. They were
waiting for tho locomotivo to stop, to
muka their way ou board to welcome the
traveler. But the crowd was pressing
out iu such a current tho old lady had
not courage lo venture. Juliet was re?
volving iu her own mind the possibility
of making her way out alone, when she
felt a timid touch on tho arm, and turn?
ing, she perceived the little boy whom
she had previously observed standing
near Mrs. Thurlow. "If you are Cousin
Juliet Clayburn, you aro to come with
me to grand-mother,'' he said, speaking
in a low, measured touo.
"Oh, I suppose yon aro Rudolph von
Oppenheim? How do you do, Rudolph?"
"Ich bin nicht80 recht wold," replied Ran?
dolph; whereupon Juliet laughingly as?
sured him "ho needn't talk German to
her, for she didn't nuderstand a word of
it-not a bit moro than Rho did Esqui?
maux. They made their way out to Mrs.
Thurlow, who greeted her niece in the
most affectionate manner.
"A hearty welcome to Ashburr., my
dear Juliet," she exclaimed, warmly em?
bracing tho young girl. "JIow much
you have grown, and how wonderful your
resemblance to your mother! Did you
leavo her any stronger?-aud dear Bro?
ther Joseph, docs ho continue well?"
"Father was quito well, thank you,
when I loft home, " answered Juliet; "and
mother's health has been gradually hut
decidedly improving, during tho Inst few
mouths. However, she ia still extremely
"She was ucver very robust," remark?
ed Mrs. Thurlow; "but I am truly re?
joiced to hear of her improved ?tate,
xotir father has giveu mo full and parti?
cular instructions regarding the proper
modo of exorciso and treatmont, in order
to insure tho continuance of your own
good healt h. Ho seems to be something
of a monomaniac on this subject, with?
out exaggeration, enlarging upon it to
tho extent of four pages of foolscap,
striving to impress upon my mind that
your health, and not your education, is
the paramount object of your coming to
Ashburn. 1 hope, my dear, there is no
real causo for solicitude on this point."
'.No, indeed," was tho smiling reply.
"Nono at all. I um never siok, and
scarcely know the meaning of the word
"I hope you may ever remain ignorant
in that hue of huniau knowledge," said
Mrs. Thurlow, taking her seat inthooar
ringo and making room for her uieoe be
sido her. They sat awhile at the depot,
awaiting Rudolph, who had gone, checks
in hand, to attend to thobaggogo.
"You must bo proud of your little
grand-son, aunt," observed Juliot, look?
ing ufter tho boy admiringly. "\\Q has
such a fino face, and I should judg? must I
bc exceedingly bright and ch"-r4f0^t t '
, M "Ile is Wiypride of my heart^gpswc?"!
ed the grand-mother, fondly, atvi after
musing a fow moments, she resumed, "I
was afraid ho wonld not be able topden
tify you, although when the train Idrew
up, I pointed you out at tho window.
Hut ho is very timid with strangers, and
beside.", speaks English so little, I feared
you might not understand him."
"I did not notice any peculiarity about
his English," remarked Juliet; "hat I
observed, and at tho time thought it
very strange, when I addressed him, ho
answered mo in German. I do not com?
prehend why does ho spoak English
badly? Hus he not always lived with
"For tho last fonr years," explained
ll??. ThuilOw, "he LUM uetJU living ?U
Qermany. I took him with mo whoa I
weut to visit Eugenia, and on the oceu- j
sion of my retnrn home, nt my daugh?
ter's . earnest pleadings, left .tho little
fallow for six mouth? longer. But I
might have known what to expect. Eu?
genia, with a mother's natural yearning
for her offspring, put every conceivable
obstacle in the way of his returning to
mo. Be has only been back a few months,
louring his absence, in a great measnre,
be has lost all facility of expression in
English, although, before this recent so?
journ in Germany, I considered him re?
markable for an unusual flow of language
in one so young. He speaks German
uncommonly well, now, bnt for my life,
C cannot get bim back into the wav of
"His old readiness will doubtless re?
turn," remarked Juliet; "at his early
ige, after so long an interval, yon could
not expect him to speak the language as
luently as when in practice. But it will
?omo back to him. I wonder Cousin Eu
jeniii ever allowed him to neglect, her
"She used to converse with him oocu
lionally, I believe, but it is so natural to
speak the language spoken around yon,
md Eugenia is thoroughly Germanized.
The Von Oppenheims are all alike. Lud
ivig is always preaching to the boy about
>he glorious fatherland and the honor it
8 to be a true born German. Budolph
las been taught to consider it the great?
est misfortune of his lifo, that he was
lorn in America. As for his Uncle Karl,
ie is even worse than Ludwig, and it is
lis fault that the child makes such slow
irogress in speaking, since his return.
?Ve aro always in dissension about it.
lari persists in speaking Deutsch with
lim, saying, he must not be allowed to
orget his native tongue-as if, forsooth,
io was. not born in the South, and there
s not as much American as German
>lood in his veins 1 Of course, I do not
vi sh him to forget his father's language,
mt I don't believe ho will ever learn
English properly, notwithstanding it is
iniversally spoken around him, unless
ie accustoms himself to it at home.
Llready, he has acquited an ugly habit
if mixing up the two languages in a per
eetly incomprehensible jumble."
Budolph returned presently, coming
ip to the carriage and addressing his
-rand-mother in German. On her reply
ng in the same language, he gave order?
o the coachman to drive home, and
umped into tho carriage. They whirled
.apidly throagh the broad streets, tc
lira. Thurlow's grand stone house, or
;he opposite side of town. Juliet looked
it Budolph and thought what a bright
jyed little fellow ho was. His featnrei
r~ere a singular mixture of penetration,
;aiety and sadness-not a particle liki
"He must resemble the Von Oppen
teims," was her mental comment, nm
JO thinking, she said
"And how is your mother, Budolph
ind where is she?"
"Meine liebe mutter ist in Deutschland,
the little boy replied, the tears coniin,
into his eyes.
"Now, Budolph," said his grand-mc
ther, sternly, "you must not talk t
strangers in your own language. Onl,
to your Uncle Karl aud myself. Jnlic
.loes not understand it, aud you mak
lier feel embarrassed. Speak English.
"I beg pardon," said Budolph, h
luce reddening; "my mother is in Ge:
many, and she is well, grand-mothe
when yoq heard nield wahr?"
"You are porfeotly incorrigible," sai
his grand-mother; "a very disobcdiei
boy, Budolph. This comes of allowir
yon to stay so much at the universil
with Karl. If you do not try to sper
English, I will never let you go again.'
This threat seemed so frightful
Budolph, he looked up, pleadingly, in
his grand-mother's face, and, in a pathet
voice, declared "he would do tho ve
best ho could, if she would only let hi
go to see Unelo Karl occasionally."
Juliet thought tho little fellow w
undeservedly persecuted, and her her
went ont to him, with its wealth
warm, gushing sympathy. He looked
sad, too; and Juliet, who was al wa
ready to befriend tho unhappy, I:
stowed kind words and winning smi!
on tho bright-eyed German boy-loo
and smiles whose charming beau
would have turned Budolph's head, li
he been a man. As it was, they cap
vated his boyish heart.
"Do you like to live in America?" s
inquired, as he gallantly assisted her
"Yes; I like it. But I like my o
"Why do you like it best?"
"Because my motlier and father i
there," replied Budolph; and then, loi
iug steadily at Mrs. Thurlow, aud dr<
ping Iiis voico to a whisper, "and becai
there 1 can always speak die Dents
Juliet turned, on the lowest step,
look about her.
"Is tliis the place, Aunt? Is t
whero yon live?"
"Yes; this is your now home. \\
do you ask? Do you Uko it?"
Juliet gazed around her, delight
pressed on every feature.
"The house is like a fairy castle,"
Baid; "and such magnificent grounds!
is as pretty as Orkney, Aunt, and I ne
thought before there was nny pluci
the wido world to equal Orkney
beauty, You ought to bo very hui
"Yes; I ought to be," sighed ?
Thurlow, "if wealth and pleasure con
tu'e happiness; and, during my 1
band's life-time, I did attain, iu I
spot, ns near perfect felicity as humai
can aspire. But when yon havo reac
my age, Juliet, yon will have learned
sad lesson, which so many have b
taught before you-houses aud la
cannot fill a bereaved heart."
She led tho way up the marble sb
On tho piazza, Juliet turned again,
another view of the garden and pi
Her aunt beheld her rapture wit!
gratified Hm ile, and, standiug beside I
said: "It is the handsomest place ii
Ashburn, Juliet-not even Judge 1
bitt's excopted. I trust you will bo
tremely happy herc, ray dear niece."
TO BB CONTINUED.
is TUB uEST ron
HAND! M ACHINE SEWINI
FOU SALE BY ALL
WIIOJMCMAI.K mud ll IOTA 11.
DRY COODS DIALER!
Dec 15 timo
\ NEW DISCOVERY ! !
Salvation for the Hair.
WITIIONLSKUIMKNT ! !
O?M?^S^rilli MGf?T ! ! !
For Restoring to GraM/air its
Origina/ Co for M
PIIAI.ON'S "ViTALL^diffcrs ut?
terly from all Ujjaniair coloring
It is U^rpid, sweet smelling,
precipitates no muddy or slimy
matper,requires no shaking, im?
parts no stain to the skin. Hold
it to\he light and it is clear and
clouUess. It leaves no mark on
the seato ; yet it reproduces in
gray hair^tf?tnatural color that
time or sict?^3?i??rriay nave
bleached out of itT***^^
is for one sole purpose.Jnat of
reproducing,with absolute cer?
tainty, the natura^dlor of the
hair. It is no^intended as a
daily dressiu^nor for removing
scurf orjprendruff; nor for cu?
ring baJianess; nor for stimula?
ting tFe growth of the hair.
Thesj objects may be accom?
plished after the color has been
fixed \?th the Vitalia, by Pha
lon's Chemical Hair Invigo
THE ViTAU^St a harmless
and unequaled predication for
the reproduction of lie origi?
nal hue of gray hair,alid noth?
ing else. This is accoliplished
in from two to ten anplications,
according to thed^th of shade
required. SoJiHyyall druggist?
I tTXiTW LBa- of tlli9 celebrated CHEESE
LVJ\J just to hand.
Alao, 10 boxea prime Cutting Chcoac.
5 boxea Young America Cheese.
Tor Balo by CFO. SYMMERS.
Boots? Shoes and H
AT THE M AMMO
NEW GOODS FOD
I have just received a vi
Misses' nuil Children's I
hiuuls, and bought at h
"?brought to this market sic
widths and sizes, aud the attention of bu
down from this date.
Cull aod seo for yourselves, ut tho aigu
of Columbia Hotel.
Soluble Manures a
MANUFACTURED at Charleston, under tl
the Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosphate
SOLUBLE PHOSPHORIC ACID, in the for
DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE, ia thebat-i
in tho ratio of Soluble Phosphoiic Acid which i
Tho immense deposits of Phosphoric. Quam
lina, by Dr. PRATT, consists mainly of lnsolul
aa a Fertilizer by being ground to powder, ani
as to make ita insoluble phosphate soluble in v
by growing plants. Tho insoluble Phosphat?
moro value to tho plant than tho original Phot
Soluble Phosphate which any Fertilizer contai
consequently tho cheapest Fertilizer ia that c<
Impressed with these truths, tho Sulphuric A
at Charleston, the that extensive Acid Chatnbi
planters tho highest per contigo of Soluble Pfc
Thoir Fertilizers aro offered under two fornu
8?. Kt uv un, No. 1.-PURE SOLUBLE PHO
issolved Bone Phosphate of Limo, 160 per to
a. Btiwnii. No. a-PERUVIAN SUPER-P
tif Diaaolvetl Bono Phosphate, and \ \ to 3 per <
Peruvian (?nano to adapt it to all Crops, $70 pi
DISSOLVED BONE, of high grade, for plan
into any other compost, and we auggeat that t
facturera to tranaport the Sulphuric Acid cont
for eacli per centuge.
Jan 1 ;imo
11FIE "CAROLINA FERTILIZER" is matio ir
. pronounced hy various chemiats, ono of tin
vian Guano in tia fertilising properties. Tbeot
ana ?eil ay.?m??Hr*^oW?ah?Usf?t?^?^t-.K
the analysis of Professor 8bepard:
Analysis of CAROLINA FERTILIZER, perao
Moisture expelled at 212" F., -
Organic Matter, with some water of combinatK
Phosphoric Acid-Soluble, - - 0 90 . - I
Sulphuric Acid, ...
Sulphate tif Potash,
Sulphate of Soda, ....
On tho strength of those results, I am glad t
Wo will tarnish this exccnlleul FERTILIZER
pounds. UEO. "W. WU
. -AIIOIXU TUB WOULD."
Hubsctibe for tho
NEW YORK OBSERVEE,
Tho largo doublo weekly
SOUND AND GOOD.
Try it. It will be money well upc nt.
f 3.C0 por annum.
SAMPLE COPIES FREE.
SIDNEY E. MORSE,JB., * CO.,
Jan 6 37 Park Row, New York. Imo
I SIMMONS' SiainiTre0??:
ff-w?u J ??i.m.MniiiwJ8|?,in ii] ti,o side.
Si uno ti m OM tho pain ie lu tho shoulder, and ia
mistaken fur rheumatism. The stomach is
affected with loss of appetite and sickness,
bowels in general costivo,somotimcs alternat?
ing with lax. Tho head is troubled with pain,
and dull, hoary sensation, considerable loss of
memory, accompanied with painful sensation
of having left nndono something which ought
to bavo been done. Often complaining of
weakness, debility, and low spirits. .Some?
times some of the above symptoms attend tho
disease, and at other times vory few of thom;
ja?mBU*?fc?a???W^^B?^Mout tho Liver is ge
IJ?^T?JR Hncrully the organ
"??????^aannaBnaaaaBHB Liver with
DR. SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR.
A proparalion of roots and herbs, warranted
to bo strictly vegetable, and can do no injury
to any ono.
lt lias boen used by hundreds, and known
for the last thirty-five years as one of tho most
reliable, efficacious sud harmless preparations
over offered to tho Butlering. If taken regu?
larly and persistently, it is sure to euro.
Dyspepsia, headache, jaundice, costiveness,
sick headache, chronic diurrlnea, affections of
the bladder, oamp dysentery, affections of the
g Regulator. g^?^9
?mrfffIo?iT7?B^S^,'m^u^Siy, or depression
of spirits, heartburn, colic, or painH in the
bowels, pain in tho head, fever and ague,
dropsv, boils, pain in back and limbs, asthma,
erysipelas, female affections, and bilious dis?
cuses generali v. Prioe ll; bv mail, $1.25.
Prepared only by J. H. Z?ILIN & CO.,
Druggists, Macon, Qa.
The following highly respectable persons can
fully attest to tito virtues of this valuable medi?
cino, and to whom wo moat respectfully refer:
Gen. W. B. Holt, President 8. \V. R. it. Com?
pany; Rov. J. R. Felder, Perry, Ga..; Col. E. K.
Sparks, Albauv. Ga.; Geo. J Lunsford, Esq.,
Conductor S. W. R. R.; C. MasUraon, Esq.,
Sherill Bibb County; J. A. Butts, Bainbridge,
Ua.; Dykes .t Hparhuwk, Editors Floridian,
Tallahassee; Rev. J. VT. Bm ku, Macon, Ga.;
Virgil Powers, Esq., Superintendent S. W. It.
IL: Daniel Bollard, Bollard's st at iou, Macon
?fc Brunswick R. lt., TwiggsConuty, Ga.; Gren?
ville Wood, Wood's Factory, Macon. Ga.; Rev.
E. P. Eastorling, P. E. Florida Conforence;
Major A. F. Wooley. Kingston, f?a.; Editor
Macon Telegraph, .md John Ingall.-?, formerly
of Columbia, s. C.
For saleb;- all druggists. July 13 13mo
DU. AV. H. TUTT'S
SARSAPARILLA ann QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
Vegetable laver Piiis,
Improved Hair Dye, For sale bv
Feb 27 Iv_E. E. JACKSON.^
Oak Bark! Oak Bark!
WANTED, at tho Columbia Tannery, 100
Corde OAK BARK. Apply to
N23 J. P. THOMAS A CO.. Columbia, S. C
!ats for the Million !
TH SHOE HOUSE!
THE NEW YEAR!
sry largo stock of Ladies', Gent's,
UNE WORK, direct from first figfe
JW figures-certainly tho finest
ico the war, nod in all colors mid ^^^^^
yi is is solicited, us goods will bo marked
of the Big Boot and Hut, one door North
nd Sulphuric Acid,
io direction of Dr. N. A. PRATT, Chemist for
Di of'SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE OP LIME, or
i of ul 1 good Fertilizers, and these are valuable
is in them.
>s which wero discovered in 1M<;7 in South Caro?
lee Phosphate of Lime, which is mado available
I red ticed by Sulphuric Acid to such a condition
rater, and thus made capablo of being t n ken up
i found in any commercial Fertilizer is of no
'pim?o rock. The great er the proportion of this
ns, tho less the quantity required per acre, and
jutaining thc highest per centage of Soluble
cid and Super-Phosphate Company have erected
.rs South of Baltimore, and aro able to offer to
lOsphate of Lime known in any market.
SPnATE, guarantcod to contain 21 per cent, of
n, lt) per cont, discount for cash.
UOSPHATE, guaranteed to contain 20 per cent.
:ent. of Ainuionia, with a sufficient addition of
ur toil, 10 per cent, discount for cash.
tera or manufacturers, who may desire to mix
his is the best and cheapest method for manu
ained in the mixture. Will be sold at fixed rate
WM. C. ltEK 6i CO., Agent?,
No. 14 Adgor's Wharf, Charleston, 8. C.
om the Phosphates of fionth Carolina, and is
o host Manures known, only inferior to Poru
'.ffi'tfrffT^^Tr* 1'^r?i"u^^^?f ext^nct ,?nd
mK MEDICAL CouatoE or Suum CABOUNA.
nally selected: 1C -
>n expelled at a low rod bott, - - 1J 50
.qoiValontto ll 27 Bolnble Phosphate of Limo.
.'..ptivalent to 13 4? Insoluble (bone.)
24 75 Phosphato of Lime.
Ennivalont to 28 6? Sulphate of Lime.
... - HO
. 3 50
- ll M
o eertifv to tho superiority of the CAROLINA
C. U. SHEPARD, Ju.
to nlantera and others at $00 per ton of 2,000
.1.1 AMS & C O., Kuelorn.i l?url?kton,S. C.
Oh arl eaton Advertisements.
A . C K A IT P MAN,
No. 25 Broad streeet, Charleston, B, C.
SOUTHERN STOCKS, BONDS, COUPONS
and Uncurrcnt Bank Notes bought and
sold on commission.
Also, Ooh! and Silver Coin.
Orders solicited and promptly attended to.
Prices current issued weekly and forwarded
gratuitously on application as above.
Refers by pormisaion to Cinta. T. Lowndes,
Esq., President Bank of Charleston.
HAfJGIl'S RAW BONE
SUPER-PHOSPHATE of LIME.
T AM now receiving my supplies of this MA
JL NUKE, and Planters can rely upon getting
an nrticlo fully up to standard as pur analysis.
All bought from myself or authorised Agents,
I will guarantee, as every cargo so sold its ana?
lyzed on arrival boro, and the high character
of the Manure fully kept up.
J. N. ROBSON.
Solo Agent for South Carolina, Nos. 1 and 2
Atlantic Wharf, Charlottton, S. C.
It. O'NEAI.K A SOX, Agnats for lliohland
Prof. Shepard says of analysis made October
IC, 18C9: *-A valuable Manure, and decidedly
superior to tho article of last your."
Experiment mado by M. C. M. Hammond, of
Deech Island, S. C.:
No Manure. 6R711>H. ?oed cotton pr acre
rj&lb*. Per.Guano. 1,328 " "
176lbs. Baugh's... 1,489 "
3 Dec 22_t3tno
Mill Fond and Channel Oysters.
?UPPLlED in quantities to suit purchasers.
Orders from all pa**tB of tho interior solicit
Addresa Tims. McCradv, Agent, P. O.
Box 339, Charleston, S. C.
ItEFKnENCES.-Jantes Adger A Co., lion. J.
B. Campbell, Dr, St. J. Itavenel, David Jen
niogs, McCrady A Sou, W. U. Dingle, John H.
fty?n._ Oct 21.Imo
STOL.!., WEBB Ai CO.,
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS,
?87 i i as?
Domostjctftoro. I K,NO ST" ? Laco Store.
Feb 27 __CHARLERTON. S. (,. ly
Ho ! tor tho Orange Groves !
FOR PALATE A, FLORIDA.
Via Savannah, Ha., louching at Fernandina,
Jacksonville, and all Landings on tlie St.
THE elegant and first class
^Steamer DICTATOR, Capt. W
IBHBT. McNelty. will leave Charleston,
S. C., for above place?, overv TUESDAY
EVENING, at 8 o'clock;
Tho elegant and tiret ela?? Steamer CITY
POINT, Capt. George E. IIcMillan, will ?eave
Charleston ivory F Kl DAY EVENING, at 8
o'clock, for above places.
Through Tickets to l>e had at railroad Of?
No extra charge for Meals and State Booms.
For freight or pnssnge. applv to
J. D. AIKEN * CO., Agunta,
South Atlantic Wharf, Chat lenton, H. C.
Oct lil 3mo _
J. N. ROBSON. Commission Merohant
NOS. 1 AND it ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING ample mean* for advances, a busi?
ness experience of twenty years, and
confining himeidl strictly to a COMMISSION
BUHINKSH, without operating on his own ac
? count, respectfully solicit? consignments of
1 Cotton, Flour, Wheat , Corn, e tc.
shippers of Produce to him may, at their
option, have their consignments sold either in
Charleston nr New York; tims having thc ad?
vantage of two markets, without extra com?
bishop W. M. Wightman, 8. C.; Col. Wm.
Johnson, Charlotte, N. C. ?Rev. T. O. Snmmors,
Tuuitessoc; Hon. John P. Kin?, Augusta, Ga.;
Messrs. George W. Williams ? Co., Charles?
ton, S. C.; Messrs. Williams, Tavlor ft Co.,
New York. April28fly
JSL. I M: ^. XI ' S
Saracenia; or, Fly Trap Bitters.
THE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, for
Dyspepsia, and Nervous Dlsordors, Gene?
ral Debilitv, ,Vo.; prepared bv
0. W. A I M A R ,
Chemist and Druggist, Charleston, S. C.
SAVANNAH, GA., March 3. 1867.
Mn. G. W. A IM AK - Dear Sir: A member ol
my family, sufferlug long from Dyspepsia, has
experienced more reit' f Iront your "Saracenia
Bitters," than from any other medicino she
him ever tried. It is most excellent for invigo?
rating tho system nnd creating an appetite. I
regard ita? decidedly the most beneficial of all
dyspeptic remedied. Yours, very rospoctfully,
N. J. DARRELL.
Sold by all Druggists. General Apcnts.'Ris
LEV ft Co., Ill Chambers st., N. Y. April 9 fly
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
COMP, ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
For Composting with Cotton Seed.
THI8 article is manufactured at tho Com?
pany's Works, umler the direction and su
porint enclenco of Dr. Ravenel. lt contains the
?arno elements of fertility as Soluble Pacific
Guano, except that it is not furnished with
Ammonia. It is prepared expressly for com?
posting with cotton seed, which furnishes the
element of Ammonia; the object being to ren?
der that side prodnct of tho plantation availa?
ble to tho highest degree as an element of fer?
tility. For further and particular information,
apply to thc undersigned.
$.15 cash, or 150 on 1st November, 1870, for
approved cltv acceptance or other good secur?
ity. J. N. ROBSON,
Agent for South Carolina,
1 ami 2 Atlantic Wharf, Charleston.
R. O'NKAI.K ft SON, Agents, Columbia, H. C.
Jons S. KKRSK, Ju., General Agent, Balti?
more. Oct 2G 13mn
S HEPATIC BITTERS.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL nigEARP.S OP TUE
STOMACH AND LIVER.
THEY ARS RECOMMENDED IIY THE
TsA. EDIC A TL. FACULTY.
HEGEMAIN ?Sc CO.,
AOKNTS, NEW YORK.
Manufactnred by C. F. PANKNIN,
CHEMIST AITS APOTBZCAXY,
O H A R L K B rl' o >r, s. c.
$1*JB\>r Salo by Druggists JCverywtiere."&t
Kelt 5 +lv
.?J.. o \a
HAVING tho LARGEST and most COM?
PLETE FACTORY in tho Southern States
and keeping siwavs on hand s lar^e and most
complete stock of DOORS, SASHES. BLINDS,
Hash Doors, Store Doors, Shutters, Mouldings,
.Vc, Ac:., I am enabled to Hell lowand at manu?
N. B.-Strict attention paid to shipping in
good order. April 6 f ly
Mills House, Charleston, 8. C.
THIS elegant ?nd commodious HOUSE li av?
ine been renovated and newly famished
throughout, in second to nono hi the South.
Nov 13_J. PARKER. Proprietor.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Cotton Factors and Bankers.
Jlayne Street, Lliarleslon, S C.
"?VILLIAMS, BIRNIE & CO.,
65 Heaver street aud 20 Exchange Place,
Jan 5 NEW YOHK._tSnio
J- _ . . _.55 ---
New York Advertisements.
A" WAY "WITH SPKCTACLK?.-Old e)08
m ado now easily, without doctor or mt-di
oinoo. Sent post-paid on receipt of 10 couta.
AddresB, Hu. E. 13. FOOTE, 120 Lexington Av.
AWAY wi ri! UNCOMFORTABLB ?
TiuissKS.-Comfort and euro for the
raptured. Sent post-paid on receipt of 10 cents.
Address, DB. E. D FOOTE,
Dec 15 t3mo_120 Lexington Ave., N. Y.
Pratt's ..Astral" Oil.
UNLIKE many other Illuminating Oils, ia
perfectly pure, and froe from all adultera?
tions or mixtures of any kind. It emits no
offeusivo smell whilo buming, gives a soft cud
brilliant light, and can bo uacd with tho aame
aasuranco of safety aa gaa. Chemists pro?
nounce it the best and safest Illuminating Oil
ever offered to the public; and Insuranco Com?
panies endorse and urge upon consumers the
use of the "Astral" Oil in preference to any
other. It ia now burned by thousands of
families, and in no instance baa any accident
occurred from its uae; a lamp Ulled with it, ii
upset and broken, will not explode To pre?
vent adulteration, tho "Astral" Oill ia packed
only in tho Guaranty Patont Cana, of one gal?
lon and five gallons each, and each can ia
sealed in a manner that cannot be counter?
feited. Every package with uncut Beal wo
warrant, be euro and get uono but the genu?
ino article, Pratt's "Astral" Oil, for aale by
dcalera everywhere, and at wholesale and re?
tail by tho proprietors.
On. HOUSE OK CHARLES PRATT.
108 Fulton street. Now York.
P. O. box 3.050.
Send for circulars, with testimon?ala and
price lists. Enclose stamps for copy of tho
Astral Light. Jan 1+36
WHITE DINNER SETS, now Limoge
Shapes, 157 pieces, $25. Smaller size
Bets proportionately low in prices.
WHITE TOILET SETS, ll pieces. $3.20.
WHITE TEA SETS. 44 pieces, $4 00.
OOOD WATER-GOBLETS, per dozen, $1 50.
GOOD WINE-GLASSES, per dozen, $1.00.
All other goods iu our linc equally low. Goods
packed for tho country, or forwarded by Ex?
press, C. O. D.
Middle Coopor Institute Block,
Third and Fourth Aves., between 7th and 8th
.streets, New York.
Send for Illustrated Photograph and Cata?
logue of Limogo Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sota,
mailed free. Octl5 3mn
Dr. Richan's Golden Remedies.
rffo -| f\f\(\ REWARD for any caso of die
r?DJL?WV/\J ease in any stage which they
fm I to euro. DB. RICH AU'S GOLDEN BALSAM
No. 1 eurea Ulcera, Ulcerated Sore Throat and
Month, Soro Eyes. Eruptions, Copper-Colored
Blotches, Scrofula, Ac.; is the grcatcat Blood
Purifier known, remov?-? all disease from tho
system and leaves the blood puro and bealthv.
DU. RICUAU'S GOLDEN EALHAM No. 2
enrcs Mercurial Affections, Rheumatism in all
its forms, gives immediato relief in all cases.
No dieting necessary, l'rice of either No. 1 or
No. 2, $5.0? per bottle, or two bottles for $9.00.
DU. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safe
and radical euro for all Urinary Derangements,
accompanied with full directions Price $3.00
per bot le. DU. MCI! AU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR
D'AMOUH, a radical cure for Debility, in old
or young; imparting energy with wonderful
effect. Price $5 per bottle or two bottlea for $9.
On receipt of price, tho It cm edie a will bo
?dunned to any place. Circulara sent. Addreea
DR. I). B. RICHARDS,
Aug 19 ly No. 228 Varick et., New York.
Tte National Walch Co.,
OB* ELGIN, ILL.
Pronounced bj Watch
Maker?, Railroad and Ex?
presa nen, Eait and Weat,
to be tho wost correct
Time Keeper? made.
Avoid parties who ad.
Yerila* to wad Watchem
to be of oar wake. Wc
rurntih BOBO flor that
purpose. There, arc Ind
tatlona In market. To
^ gat GENUINE KLOIS
W ITCHES,' apply to dealer? In your own locality o?
iU"where, whom you kaow to be honorable.,
narine** Office and Sales Bootu 169 A lui Law
Street, Chicago, HU ? J
Nov ll_ 3C_
R. HOE & CO.,
Warranted Extra Cast Steel Patent
Ground Circular Mill Mulay
With Movable or Inserted Teeth.
WE CLAIM for our Patent Circular Haw
the following advantages on r all
The shanks of tho tooth aro elastic, and ex?
ert a uniform distension in t he sockets.
The stability ot tho plato is in noway affect?
ed hy inserting new sets of tenth.
Euch tooth, independently, may he adjusted
to the cutting line.
No rivets, keys, or other objectionable ap?
pliances, aro employed in connection with thc
teeth, which aro as simple in construction, aud
as easily used, as a nut for a holt.
lu short, all the difficulties heretofore expe?
rienced in tin? use of movable tooth fer eawd,
aro fully met and obviated by this itivontion.
"CHAMPION" CROSS-CUT SAWS.
Ol' AH, KINDS.
; Raw Mandrels, Gumming Machines, &c.
Send for Catalogues and Prico Lists.
R. HOE A CO..
, Printing Press Machine and Haw Manufac?
turers New York. Boston. Mass., and Lon?
don, Eng. Aug 20 16mo
Bf RS. D. C. SPECK,
Private and Transient Boarding,
No. 248 West Lombard street, corner Peun,
[Sept 14 BALTIMORE, MD.
IE & 00
_ P HOV KD PATENT PORTABLE
1.Ail SAW MILLS, Stationary and Portable
Steam EngincB and Boilers, Grist Milla, Shin
Slfl Machines, Lath and Slab Machinery, Saw
ummers. Horse Powers, Shafting, Pallies,
Ac. Dealers in Circular Saws and Mill sup
pliea generally, and Manufacturer?' Agents
i tor every description of wood-working ma
I chinorv. Our Independent and Simultaneous
I Head-blocks, patentod December 15, 1868, and
I improved Friction Feed, patented Joly 18,
18G9, in addition to previous patenta, make
1 our Haw Mills atand unrivaled. Eotiniates and
i pinna furnished, and contracta entered into
for thu erection of Circular, Gang Muir.y or
Hash Mills. Correspondence solicited, and
Catalogues furnished, OB application, by mail
or otherwise. July 30 iy
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAKOLINA.
TH LS pleasantly localed HO?
TEL, unsurpassed l'y any
House in the South for comfort
iud healthy locality, is now
open to Travelers and others scekiug accom?
modations. Families can bo furnished with
Dice, airy rooms on reasonable terms. "A cull
is solicited." My Omnibns will be found at
the different depots-passengers carried lu
and from tho Hotel freo of charge.
Nov 3 WM. A. WBIOHT.
5 :5^?ii?ili??S*l^wl^ ?
TUE Proprietors take pleusnrein announc?
ing thia elegantly-furnished Establishment
now open for the accommodation ot gnests.
Tho table will always bo supplied with every
ielicaoy of tho season-both (rom the New
York aud Charleston markets, and no efforts
?rill be spared to ((ive perfect satisfaction, in
very respect, to our patrons. FREE LUNCH
i th"* refectory evcrv dav from ll until 124.
WM. GORMAN, ? - _.
May 30 H. H. BADENHOP, j rnor-niKToim.
A r\i~\ LBS. fresh Country BUTTER,
rx\J\J 1,200 lbs. Mountain Butter, in small
hogs, for sale low. _ E. X. O. D. HOPE.
Exchange of Bonds
IX i? Emp?te vwmoi ufmaasiia
OFFICECUAMLOTT?, COLUMBIA A A. R. B. Co.,
COLUMBIA, o. G., Noventuei io, 1SG3.
11HE HtncKholders or the Charlotte and
. South Carolina, and tho Columbia and Au?
gusta Railroad Companies in joint Convention,
July S, 1869, having consolidated and autho?
rized the issuance by this Company of its First
Mortgage Soven per cent. Coupon BONDS, lo
be used for tho purpose of retiring the Bonds
of said two Companies, respectively, the un?
dersigned hereby gi*.es notice of his readi?
ness to make tho Exchange of the BONDS.
Tho Coupon dne January 1, 1870, will be at?
tached to the New Bonds. This iasuo of Bonds
for tho purpose designated, will amount lu
$1,200,000, which is equivalent to a lien ol only
about $0,0( 0 per mile on this Company's road
of 195 miles. As a security, they arc regarded
as being better than any heretofore issued by
either of tho two Companies named, and aro
confidently commended as ono of the best in?
vestments now offered in the Southern States.
Nov 18 C. H. MANSON. Treasurer.
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R. R.
GENERAL FREIOHT A TICKET OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., December 23, 184W.
ri"!HE following Passenger Schedule will go
JL into effect on this Road on and after SUN?
DAY next, 2 fit h instant:
Leave Augusta, at. 4.1.0 a. m.
" Columbia, S. C., at.9.40 a. m.
" Winnsboro, at------- - -ll 40 a. m.
'. Chester, at--------- - 1.40 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C. 4.20 p. nt.
Making close connections willi Trains of
North Carolina Road for all points North and
Leave Charlotte, N. C., at. 10.30 a. m.
" Chester, at-1.25 p. m.
" Winneboro, at - -- - - -- -- - 2.57 p. m.
Columbia, S. C., at.5.07 p.m.
Arrive at Augusta.9.50 p. m
Msking close connections with Trams cf
Central and Georgia Railroads for Savannah,
and all points in Florida, Macon, Columbus,
Montgomery, Mobile. New Orleans, Selma,
Chattanooga, Memphis, Nashville, Louisville,
Cincinnati, t^t. L' ni*, and all points Sonth and
Palace Sleeping Care on all Night Trains.
I Through Tickets sold, and Baggage cht eked to
all ptincipal points.
S3- Passengers by this route norxo Nonm,
have choice of TBBBB i>in*iKFKT noons.
C. BOHKNIOHT. Snperii.tnident.
E. H. DOKSLY, General Freight and Ticket
Important Notice to Shippers.
CBABLOTTE, COLOMBIA AND AUOUSTA R. It. Co.,
?LM.K.U, FHKIOUT ANO TICKET ACT'S CH m i:,
COLUMBIA, S. C., August 12,18C9.
THE SEA-BOARD INLAND AIR LINE
FREIGHT ROUTE is again opened for
busiuess and offer?SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES
to the Merchants ?if Columbia ami up-countrv.
RATES-NEW YORK i O COLUMBIA.-First
Class fl.35; Second Clais $1.20: Third Clasa
$1.10; Fourth Class 80c; Fifth Class fiOc, per
S6i~ Rates and Classifications to all other
poi ut y North, same as eta Charleston mute.
The Steamship Lines connecting with and
forming part of the Sea-board Inland Air Line
are as follows. BK CAIIKFUL AKU SUIP HY THKSK
Boston and Norfolk Steamship Co., 1 ml of
Central Wharf, Posion-E. Sampson, Agent.
Old Dominion Steamship Co., Pier 37 North
River, New York-N. L. McCreadv, Pies't.; of?
fice 187 Greenwich street, coiner Dey, N. Y.
Philadelphia and Norfolk Steamship Co., 14
North Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia- W. P.
X un mn es sic Line, rid Delaware Railroad
Depot Philadelphia. Wilmington and Balti
morn Railroad, Philadelphia.
Baltimore steam Packet Co., (Pay Linc.) foot
of Union Dock, Baltimore- ft. L. Poor, Agent.
.Vii) shipping freight for Philadelphia be
careful to mark the packages and note on Bill
of Lading whether it is to bu forwarded hy
Clvde's Steamers, or tia Annafrlctsie Line.
For further information, addi ess
E. R. DORSEY.
AUK 13 General FroigJ" -nd Ticket Ag't.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
GENERAL SUPT'S OFFICE. St IT. 16, iSilSJ.
THE following Sehe
ltlle for "Pamcnger
Trains will be observed front this date:
DAY 1'ASSKKOKlt THAIN.
Leaving Columbia al. 7.15 a. m.
Arriving at Columbia ?it. . 4 40 p. ni'
NIOHT EXPRESS THAIN.
Leaving Columbia at.5.50 p. m.
Arriving ut Columbia at.4.45 a. m.
TUB CAMDEN TRAIN
Will continue lo nm thc following schedule:
(Mondays, WedHCsdays and Salnrdays.)
Arrive Columbia 11.00 a. in. Leave 1.46 p. m.
DAILY (SUNDAYS EXCEPTES )
Leave Camden 6.'55a.m. Ar King ville 9.20 a m.
Lve Ringville A. Iii p. m. Ar Camden 6t,5p.m.
Septic H. T. PEAKE, Oenera) Sup't.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
fSwgmflffitt? PA88ESQER Trains run
wT&im&WwtzLLVBw.3 daily except Kui day,con?
necting with Night Train on Charleston*Road:
Lve Columbia 7.00am Lve Greenville G.ft? ant
?. Alston 8.55 " " Anderson G.46 *.
" Newberry 10.35 " " Abbeville 8.45 "
ArrAbboviUe 3.30 pm " Newberry 1.25 tm
"Anderson 5.15 " " Alston 3.00 .*
..Greenville 6.00 " Arr Columbia 5.00 pm
Trains on Blue Ridge Railroad ron asfollows:
Lve Anderson 5.20 pm Lve Walhalla 4.00 am
?. Pendleton 0.20 " " Pendleton 5.40 "
Arr Walhalla 8.00 " Arr Anderson 6.40"
The train will return from Belton to Ander?
son on Monday and Friday mornings.
JAMES O. MEREDITH, General Sup'l^
Spartan burg and Union Railroad.
flBBMH 0N anJ Krter t]l? iHth October,
.SHClSllSr^ Passenger Trains ?ill leave Spar
tauburg C. H. on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, st 7.30 a, m., and arrive ajHOston at
1.85 p m., connecting with QrvtSnVM ?ov.u
train. Returning Tuesdays, '111?&f?^&uM
Saturdays, leave Alston 9.80 m.; ?H
Oct 14 THOR. B. JE'ER.rrcsideijt.
Laurens Railroad-Sf^ Schedule.
I, HiMiTTM ' MAIL Trains51lli,iH Road ran to
*rVtTT5SkZ* return eame dH. to connue? with
np and down TrainB on GrcY1lVUlc and Colum?
bia Railroad, at Helena; leaV-n?r Laurens at 6
A.M., Tuesdays, Thnrsdavs ?nd Saturdays
and leaving Helena at 1.80 P. M. uaroo daya.
July ? J. 8. BOWERS Superintendent