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Meu som! their ships, the eager things!
To try their luck at sea,
But none oan toll by note or connt
How many there may bo.
One tnrneth East, another South
They uevor come again;
And then we know they must have sunk,
But neithor how nor when.
God sends his happy birds abroad
"They're less thau ships," say we;
No moment passes but be knows
How ronny thor? should bo.
One buildeth high, another low.
With just a bird's light care
If only one, perohanoe, doth fall,
God knoweth when and where.
FORTUNES OF JULIET CLAYBUEH.
A Tale of the Palmetto State.
CHAPTER VI.-KARL VON OPPENHEIM.
Several days after the arrival of Pro
feBBor Von Oppenheim's letter, Juliet
came home from her dancing lesson, a
little after sun-set, and leaving Rudolph
on tho piazza, went into the library to
praotice the new mazurka, Monsieur Dal*
vinski hud Introduced into class, that
very afternoon. It was fresh on her
mind, and sho thought nothing could be
so improving os to praotice it a little,
while such was tho caso. So, humming
the air, she entered the library and closed
the door. That she went at the employ?
ment con amore, cannot be doubted, for
she danced around the room, for fully
quarter of an hour, in perfect igoorauoe
of the fact that there was another occu?
pant in it, beside herself. Standing at
one of the windows, almost concealed by
a book-case, was a tall man, who, when
Juliet entered the room, was trying to
read a book by tho dim, waning light.
Just aa Juliet started out on her second
trial, Rudolph rushed into the apart?
ment, in a frantic state of excitement.
"Uncle Karl has come, Juliet-Undo
Karl has cornel Hurrah!" he cried, at
the highest pitoh of his voice.
"He hiis/" exclaimed Juliet, stopping
in consternation at the unexpected news.
"Ho has!" and then closing her Terpsi?
chorean performance by a pirouette, exe?
cuted in the middle of the room, abe ad?
dressed Rudolph in tia se words:
"Well, I eau toll you what it is, Ru?
dolph, tho announcement is precious un?
welcome tidings to me, and I'm immense?
ly B?rry ho didn't stay whero he came
"Sorry!" reiterated Rndolpb. "Sorry!
- Why, Juliet, I am right truly glad. He
will make us all so happy, aud when we
are good, every day, ho will tako us to
the candy-shop;" and transported with
eostacy at this inspiring thought, Master
Rudolph rushed for the door, boisterous?
ly crying-"Where is Uncle Karl! where
"Here I ara, Rudolph," said a voice
proceeding from one of the remote win?
dows, and outwalked Professor Von Op
A tall, foreign-looking man, with flow?
ing hair, and eyes like Rudolph, this was
all Juliet could distinguish. Rudolph,
in his usual demonstrative fashion, caught
his nncle around the neck and never re?
leased him until he bad been kissed at
loast half a dozon times. Now, Juliet
had intended to make a dignified retreat,
but when this edifying spectacle was
presented to her viow, she stood still,
unconsciously, quietly inspecting uncle
and nephew. When the young professor
had HiilKcioutly extricated himself from
Rudolph's tenacious grasp, to allow li?
berty of motiou, ho bowed courteously
"This is Miss Clayburn, I suppose."
"Yes," replied Miss Clayburn, in a
aerene, haughty tone, slightly inclining
her head. "You conjecture rightly. ]
presumo yon are Professor Von Oppen?
heim. I bid you good eveniug, sir," and
at the conclusion of this speech, Miss
Clayburn swept proudly from the room.
"An out-and-out aristocrat; a perlecl
specimen of a purse-proud Southerner,"
was the yooug professor's flating com?
ment, delivered to his nephew in thc
"No, Uncle Karl, you are mistaken,"
answered Rudolph, and then in an earn?
est, persuasivo tono, "She is tho sweet?
est girl in the world-the very sweetest.
I love her next to you and my father and
"Are there no othor exceptions?" in?
quired his nncle. "How about yoni
Aunt Nannerl and your grand-mother?"
"Hove her better than I do them, and
the nicest part of it is, she loves nc,
too." Then lowering bis voice, this 'in
conscious little misohief-maker proceed?
ed to aay-"I canaoJJM^ftfc jby; JQUJUQ
ogre, or a Bengal tiger, or some ot'or
animal, whose name 1 cannot remember.
She told me, herself, she had no doubt
you were tho most oouceited, disagreea?
ble man that ever breathed."
"And for my part, I have no doubt,"
returned ProfossorVon Oppenheim, "sho
is the most contemptible, disagreeable
woman. However, sh? need not disturb
her mind about me, as I shall certainly
not tronblo myself on her account."
An eutirely false, unmeaning declara?
tion, by tho way, for from that moment,
Professor Von Oppenheim began to sur?
mise and wonder what could make Miss
Clayburn imagine him conceited and dis?
agreeable, just aa Miss Clayburn was
wondering, in the same manner, why
Professor Von Oppenheim had so unjust
In "(lira anA ^ .......... " 'Pl.--. *.U -?-I
**? ",r- --- HOS3CuSv. - *u?,o Minn au- j
qunintnnco begau, with misconception on
beth sides, all thu result o? that precious
rascal, Rudolph, not having sufficient
wisdom to hold bin tongue. He little
imagined, the dear, enchanting child,
how materially be had interfered with
tho peace und enjoyment of those he best
loved. In reflecting ou what he bad
casually witnessed in the library, the
young professor entirely misconstrued
the motives which had actuated Juliet
Olayburo's rash expression of opinion
and uer subsequent haughty oonduot.
He did the young girl groan injustice.
"Sho.prides herself on hoc uame and
her monoy." hu thought, "and wishes
tbe poor foreign professor to understand
at once, that ho is uot a suitable associ?
ate for tho aristocratic Miss Clayburn.M
H9W ?rn?lly hs^jwrotiged. fieri That
first-night""nt "tho tea table-that first
merry evening-could Juliet ever forgot
them? She felt certaiu sho could never
do so. Tho whole establishment seemed
electrified, just by the vivifying presence
of Mr. Von Oppenheim. Never was such
a transformation in a place; its former
quietude hud vanished-everything was ?
tonsy-tnrvey and excited.
Juliet could seo tho young professor
well now, nt the ten table, with ito bright j
lamps and glittering silver. Candor com
polled her to acknowledge to herself that j
he was the very best looking foreigner j
she had ever seen-not a bit clumsy, j
phlegmatic or heavy, as she had hereto?
fore somehow imagined all Qermans
must be. On the contrary, ho was pos
?naop?l nf o r^>r>I:!y, vigCTCUG flT.T.lC, tr.ll,
athletic, well-knit, and his manners were
distinguished by admirable ease, grace
and vivacity. His conversation, too, she
discovered was something rare, with such
a transparent, abundant flow of graceful
badinage and wit, and occasional touches
of satire or pathos. Altogether so unaf?
fected arid easy.
"I wish Rudolph had not told me,"
Juliet thought; "and what must he think
of me, after what occurred in thc li?
Apparently, Mr. Von Oppenheim did
not think of berat all; she was, to all
appearances, the farthest thing in the
universe from his thoughts. He teased
Cornelia; said sparkling things to Mrs.
Thurlow; pelted and played with Ru?
dolph, and captivated everybody. Even
to Trouncer, a magnificent Newfound?
land of immense size and dignified phi?
losophical appearance. To Miss Clay
barn, Professor Von Oppenheim was
coolly and quietly polite-and nothing
more. Juliet was mortified and piqued.
This was the first time in her life she |
had ever found herself of secondary im?
portance in any assembly. It was like
ah unpleasant dose of medicine-she
could not swallow it gracefully. But
there was too muoh real nobility of soul
in the composition of the young girl to
permit sue > unworthy feelings to obtain
ultimate mastery over her better nature.
Although she begau the evening with
dignified hauteur, which she fully in?
tended to preserve; and although she did
oontinue the quietest person about the
house, her cold reservo gradually melted
before tbe genial rays of so much mirth
and Booial hilarity. Before the evening
closed, her merry voice was heard in
unison with the rest. And what a joyous
set they were!
After tea, Mademoiselle Schomberg
and several other ladies and gentlemen,
dropped in to spend the evening.
How surprised they were to'see Mr. Von
Oppenheim, and how delighted! When
Mademoiselle looked at her watoh, and
found to ber amazement that it was ac?
tually half-past 12 o'clock, there was a
unanimous declaration that somebody or
something had obcated them out of a
whole evening, which ought to have been
ever so much longer.
TO BE CONTINUED.
State of South Carolina-Richland Co.
IN THE COURT OF PROBATE.
By William Uutson Wigg, Judge of Probate in
WHEREAS, Richard Tozer hatti applied to
me for letters of administr?t iou on the
estato or JOHN HARRISON, late of Richland,
deceased. These are, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular thc kindred and
creditors of tho said deceased, to be and ap?
pear before me at a Court of Probate for the
said County, to bo holden at Columbia, on the
13th day ot January, 1870, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
to show cause, it any, why tho said adminia
stratton should not ne granted.
Given under my hand and tho seal of the
Court, this 29th day of January, A. D. 1869,
and in tho ninety-fourth yeat of American
WILLIAM HU THON WIGG,
Dec 30 Jil Judge of Probate.
To the Ladies-Millinery.
MUS. c. E. REED bas open
od for inspection, the finest and
most fashionable assortment of
FRENCH. ENGLISH and AME?
RICAN MILLINERY ever ofierod
in Columbia. CORSETS, HAIR,
plai.i or ornamented, at all prices;
an assortment of cheap FANCY
JEWELRY, HATS, Feathers, real
Ostrich, Birds of Paradise, ito. I
j wUl sell low everything in my line. Oct 17 8mo
MUN. FLANIGAN respectfully
informa tho ladies of Columbia
and vicinity that elie han received
and would offer for their inspec?
tion a very buperior stock of Mil?
linery in BONNE1S, HATS, FEA?
THERS and FLOWERH, in end?
less variety, after the very latest fashions,
j and at tlo> lowest prices.
I Attended to, as usual, with an assortment ol
j Trimmings, Patterns, Ac. Oct 24
Fire & Life Insurance Agency.
Established in Columbia, ft. C., 1819.
CAPITA!, RRPRESRNTKD, a40.000.000.
FIRE D EPA H TMEN T.
Imperial, of London, (in gold) *8,00U,000
j?ina, of Hartford, - - - 5,600,000
Insurance A Savings, Richmond, Va., 1,000,000
Mord?ante, Hartford, - - 500.000
, Southern Mutual, Richmond, - 250.000
North American, Hartford, - wt,ono
LIFE 1) EPA R1 MENT.
' Piedmont A Arlington, Richmond, ?1,500,000
^Connecticut MutnaL Hartford. - 25.000,000
; * ~~ ' ' ^o^oTH^Soliffl^ Agm;-H
j Office in rear of Messrs. Duffie A Chapman's, 1
Under the Columbia Hotel Building,
j . Nov 26 imo Colombia 8. C.
Early Gardens. Early Fruit.
ONION SETS, White Silver Skins,
Onion Sets, Red Wethersfiold.
Extra Early Peas,
I Early Cabbages,
, Early Hoad Lettuce,
Early Blood Boets,
Fresh Soeds, diiect from Laudreth, tor salo
at FISHER A HRINITHH'S Drug Store.
SOME dealer? in this city have been in doubt
that I could hold nut supplying them with :
1 Boer this summer. I now inform tho public :
that I have a large supply of old Lagor Beer j
' on hand, which I put against any Beer brought <
1 from the North, or even imported from Ger- j
I many, aa to purity and strength. I am ready
to test it by tho Beer seale.
I AugSN) JOHN O. SEEDERS. I
Charleston Ad ver tis erne nts.
A . c ; KATU F X AK ,
No. 25 Broad' slreeet, Charleston, S. C.
SOUTHERN 8TOCK8, BONDS, CODPONS
?uni Unonrrent Bank Notca bought and
auld on commission.
A Ino, G ol il and Silver Coin.
Orders solioited and promptly attended to.
Prices current issued weekly and forwarded
gratniton?ly on application as above.
Refers hr permission to chas. T. Lowndos,
Esq., President Bank of Charleston.
Mills House, Cb ar leaton, 8. C.
rilHIS elegant and commodious HOUSE bav
JL ing been renovated and newly furnished
throughout, ia socond to nono in the South.
Nd* 18 ' J. PARKER. Proprietor.
Mill Pond and Channel Oysters.
SUPPLIED in quantities to snit purchasers.
Orders fruin all parts of the interior solicit
?.il Address Thoa. McCrady, Agout, P. O.
Box'339, Charleston, 8. C.
ll ETF.RENOES.-James AdgerAC'o., Hon. J.
B. Campbell, Dr. St. J. Raveuel, David Jen?
nings, MeCradv A Non, W. G. Dingle, John 8.
Ryan. Oct 24_8mo 1
H TOLL., WKBB ?fc CO..
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS,
as7 i _ j aso
Dornest ie St ore. | KINO BT'? ; Lace Store.
Feb 27 CHARLESTON. 8.0. ly j
Ho ! tor the Orange Groves !
FOE PALATE A, FLORIDA,
lin Havannah, da., tourhina at Fernandina,
Jacksonville, anil all Landings on the St.
SKMI-WRKKLY I.1NR. ,
t?^&tm THE elegant and drat class
^g^gft Rt earner DICTATOR, Capt. W
?riBBwMBhT. MoNelty, will leave Charit eton,
8. C., for above places, everv TUESDAY
EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
The elegant and drat claaa Steamer CITY
POINT, Capt. George E. McMillan, will leave
Charleaton evory FRIDAY EVEN INO, at 8
o'clock, for above plaooa.
Through Tickets to he had at railroad of
No extra charge for Meals and State Rooms.
For freight or paasaeo. annly tn
J. D. AIKEN &"CO., Agonts,
South Atlantic Wharf, Charleaton, 8. C.
Oct 19 Smo
Saraeenia; or, Fly Trap Bitters.
THE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, for
Dyspepsia, and Nervous Diaorders, Gene?
ral Debility, Ac; prepared bv
G. W. A I M A R ,
Chemist and Druggist, Charleston, S. C.
SAVANNAH, GA., March 3, 1867.
Mu. G. W. AIM A II-Dear Sir: A momber ot
my family, suffering long from Dyspepsia, has
ox pe: icu ced moro relief t rom your "Saraeenia
Bitters," than from any other medicine ehe
has over tried. It is most excellent for invigo?
rating the system and creating an appetite. 1
regard itas decidedly tho moat beneficial of all
dvapeptic remedies. Yours, very respect fully,
N. J. DARRELL.
Sold by all Druggist*. General Agents,RIS?
LEY A Co., 141 Chambers at., N. Y._April 9 Jly
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
COMP. ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
For Composting with Cotton Seed.
THI8 article is manufactured at the Com?
pany's Works, under thc direction and su?
perintendence of Dr. Ravonrl. lt containa the
aame elements of fertility aa Soluble Pacido
Guano, except that it ia "not furnished with
Ammonia. It is prepared expressly for com?
posting with cotton aood, which furniahca the
element of Ammonia; tho object being to ren?
der that side product of tho plantation availa?
ble to the highest decree as an clement of fer?
tility. For further and particular information,
apply to the undersigned.
145 cash, or $50 on 1st November, 1870, for
approved city acceptance or other good secur?
ity. J. N. ROBSON,
Agent for South Caroliua,
1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf, Charleston,
lt. O'NEALE A SON, Agents, Colombia, S. C.
JOHN S. REESE, Jn., General Agent, Balti?
more. Oct 2fi 13mo
HAVING tho LARGEST and most COM?
PLETE FACTORY in tho8outhorn8tdtoa
I and keening always on hand s large and moat
; completo stock of*DOORS, SASHES, BLINDS,
; Sash Doore, Store Doors, Shutters, Mouldings,
Ac,, Ac., I am enabled to sell low and at manu?
N. B.-Strict attention paid to shipping in
good order. April 6 ily
Branch, Scott & Co.,
A ITO US TA , (JA.,
; ?EALKBfl IN
Flour, Grain, Provisions and
SXOVALL S EXCELSIOR MILLS.
I Nov 12 Smo*
'"The Exchange House,"
j Just Opened
BY PAY8INGER & FRANKLIN.
i 4jr? TRAVELING business MEX JBB?*?w
I Dfflwill lind at thia House nianv ad-?JfiBK5
IB'vftntagea ovi-r ordinary Heitels, ^Bf^?
aa the beat of MEALS ANO 'LODGINGS can be
obtained at all boura and at moderato rates.
! Best nura ut and Bar attached, where will al?
laya be kept on hand tba beat LIQUORS,
' WINP:S AND SEO ARS; also, Fresh OYSTERS
, GAME, FISH. Ac. Nov 17
< THE CAROLINA HOUSE,
RICHARD MARRY, Proprietor.
t?]fm Is conveniently located and easily ac
nVcessible from Main street, being on Waah
Wm ington, near Sumter. Tho very beat of
LIQUORS always, on hand. Tom and Jerry,
Flip, Hot Punches, and other winter bovo
ragea. prepared at short notice. Nov :?)
/-"\ THE POLLOCK nOUSE RF8
^\L8r TAU RANT is now in complete work
ing order. OYSTERSwill be served
up in every style and in the beat manlier. Fa?
milies supplied in any quantity. tf^M
Also. OAMK in season; besiilesfaejnnsjR
REFRESHMENTS of everv kind.MBS R
The BILLIARD ROOM is again in
^ " .^operation, tahlee from best
r?nBKBBedfV makers, -p. if. POLLOCK,
f - iT-jClr Oct 28 Proprietor.
territory unallotted to * pe ci al agent?. Price
*80. Nov lil imo* _
ALEX. Y. LEE,
' Architect, Oirll ?nd llydrn.nllc kSnglncer,
EN ER AL Agent for tho State of Sonth Ca
\T roUna fer Motile'a Patent EARTH CLO?
SET. Nov 10
Gibbes & Thomas, Real Estate Agents,
OFFER their aerrices to the public aa GEN?
ERAL LAND AGENTS. Will hny and sell
Lands, and other property, on commission. No
ohargca until sales are effected.
JAMES G. OIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
Jan 19 WADE HAMPTON GIBBES.
Cheese ! Cheeto ! !
pr rv BOXES Factory and Goshen Cheese,
(JU Jnst received and for salo low bv
Nov 24 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
I REYNOLDS'. IMPROVED METHOD
Of CONKT IU I TI NO
Patented December, 1887.
AFTER an exton elvo nao of thia important
improvement in practice for nearly two
j y cara, it is with fall conftdonce urged npon the
. profession and tho public, aa fulfilling more
! thoroughly and satisfactorily than any other
mode, every intention of Artificial DOD turcs.
As in this method, rubber teeth are alto?
gether disoarded, it is desirable that it should
fall especially into the hands cf those familiar
with gold plato work.
It mny not be generally known that thoy
I who wear oases of artificial tooth, constructed
according to this patent, by Dontists who are
! not licensees, renner themselves liablo to tho
i penalty of infringement, as well as the opo
i Oflleo rights will bedisposod of and instruc?
tion glvou hy letter, or at tho operating rooms
I of Reynolds A Reynolds, where the manipula?
tion may bo daily witnessed, and whero coin
i munioatious mav be addressed,
WM. REYNOLDS, M. D.,
j Aug 12 i Columbia. S. C.
I Quaker Liniment.
1M1E SUREST PROTECTION against dls
. easo is tho timely uso of a Rood remedy.
The groat Family Liniment of tho age, for in-1
torual and external use, combined in ono med?
Not since tho introduction of modern Che?
mistry and analytical research into tho hidden
mysteries of tho vegetable kingdom, has there
been discovered a chemical product of such
extraordinary curative powers as the "Quaker
Liniment;" this justly celebrated medicino
was discovered and prepared by aQuakcr Doc?
tor, connected with thu naval servico of the
country, his practico was confined to those se?
vero cases which usually result from a sea?
faring life. Rheumatisms, Acute and Ch renie.
Colds, Coughs, Cramps, Chilblains, Fevers,
Neuralgia; indeed, all scute disorders requi?
ring prompt siel eneigetic medicine. The
treatment of these complaints with tho ordi?
nary medicino of tho day failed to mako a euro
or relieve th? patient. Disappointed and mor?
tified at tho result, and stimulated by the
promptings of a pure humanity for tho Buf?
fering, as well as a professional pride, he,
after much labor and stndv, compounded hi?
great Liniment, culled the' QUAKER LINI?
MENT. This medicine is remarkable for tho
peculiar property it possesses in being an in?
ternal and external remedy at tho same time,
and (litters from all other medicines in its ac?
tion in arresting disease.
lt is taken internally for Colds, Coughs,
Consumption, Crumps, Fever and Ague, Head?
ache, Ast limn, Dysentery, Colic, Acin Stomach,
Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Sick Stomach, Pains
in thc Stomach, Diarrhu-a.
It is used externally for Sore Throat, Diph?
theria, Swelliug of tho Glands of tho Nock,
Bead-ache, Neuralgia, Face-ache, Tooth-ache,
rains in the Hack, on tho Side or in the Heart,
StitY Neck, Lumbago, liheumatism, it is espe?
cially good; Pains in tho Ronca, or in the
Muscles or Joint s, for Stings of Insects, t?nakc
Bites, Itching Humors in the skin; for all1
these, and for more than we can enumerate,
it is thc great remedy,
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
FISHER A H El N ITS H, Druggists,
Nov 25 J Columbia. H. C.
1/\ ?\(\?\ LBS. primo dry salted clear
I LV/A/V/U BACON SIDES,
I 2,000 H.s. prime .irv Halted BACON 8HOUL
I 1,000 lbs. choice sugar-cured Family HAMS,
j On hand and for sale low to the trade, and
I ?k re*?'!, u>" -T- * 'v- IL AGNEW.
: ?>/"l HANDS to cut cord wood. Apply to
?U\J H. O. HEIDT,
Boots, Shoes and H
AT TUE M AMMO'.
HEW GOODS FOB
I have just received a ve
Misses' and Children's I
i bauds, uud bought at li
_?brought to this market sin
.vidths und sizes, und tho attention of bu,
down from this date.
Call and see for yourselves, nt tho sign
of Columbia Hotel.
Soluble Manures a
I "V/TANUFACTURED at Charleston, under tl
I j v I the Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosphate
SOLUBLE PHOSPHORIC ACID, in the fori
! DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE, is the base
I in the ratio of Soluble Phosphoric Acid winch i
The immense doponit* of Phosphoric Ouanr
lina, hy Dr. PRATT, consists mainly of Insolul
as a Fertilizer by being ground to powder, and
aa to mako it? insoluble phosphate soluble in ?
by grow ing plants. Tho iusol.iblo Phosphate
moro value to the plant than tho original Phos
Soluble Phosphate which any Fertiliser contai
consequently tho cheapest Fertiliser is that cc
Impressed with these truths, the Sulphuric A
at Charleston, the first extensive Acid Chambc
planters tho nighest per centago of Soluble Ph
Their Fertilizers aro offered under two forma
C|l. Kt Uv un. No. 1-PURE SOLUBLE PHOI
Dissolved Bono Phosphate of Lime, $00 por to:
a. Ktuvnn. Ko. 3-PERUVIAN SUPER-PI
of Diasolved Bone Phosphate, and 1 \ to 3 por c
! Peruvian Guano to adapt it to all Crops, $70 p<
, DISSOLVED BONE, of high tireu'.o, for plan
into any othor compost, and we suggest that t
i facturera to transport tho Sulphuric Acid cont;
I for each per centngc
Jan 1 3mo
pronounced by various chemists, ono of th
j vi un Guano in its fertilizing properties. . .'em
I and sea animals, and possess qualities of the g
j tho analysis of Professor Bhepard:
Analysis of CAROLINA FERTILIZER, perso
Moisture expelled/at 212? F., -
Organic Matter, with some water of comb?nate
Phosphoric Acid-Soluble, - - 6 96 - - F
Insoluble. - - - - f? 17 . - I
Sulphate or Potash,
Sulphate of Soda,
Sand, - .
On tho strength ol'these results, I am glad t
Wo will furnish this eieceUent FERTILIZER
pounds. CEO. W. WIL
. .AROUND THE WORLD."
Subsoribo for tho
NEW YOEE OBSERVER,
* Tho Urge doable weekly
FAMILY NEWSPAPER, j
SOUND AND GOOD.
Try it. It will be money well spool.
13.60 per annum.
SAMPLE COPIES FREE.
SIDNEY E. MORSE, JR., A CO.,
Jen g 87 Perk Row, New York. _ Imo j
Ie?SBSBBBBS8nsRBraaSBass*SB?B| Tho ny mp toma j
naaapssaeaaBsasnasiBCSBnanBpain in the sido.
.Sometimos tho pain ls Irt tho shoulder, and is |
mistaken for rheumatism. The stomach is
affected with loss of appetite and sickness,
bowels in geueral costivo, sometimes alternat?
ing with lax. The head is troubled with pain,
and dell, beary scneation, considerable lose ot
memory, accompanied with painful sensation
of having left undone something which ought |
to have boen done. Often complaining of i
weakness, debility, and low spirits. Some- ?
times Home of t be nb o ve symptoms attend the ;
disease, and at other times very fow of thom; i
|SSBSSSSSSBBBBBBBBBBBBSSSBSabut th? Liver is ge- .
LltTEH Bnerally the organ ,
**. T [most involved; cure '
"?"?"^??????,B"*i81,1BM)tho Liver with
PS. SIM^SCSS' LIVER REGULATOR.
A preparation of roots and hei ba, warranted !
to be striotiy vegetable, and can do no injury j
to any one; |
It bas been used by hundred", and known .
for the !*?d thlrty-n vo years as ono of the most
reliable, efficacious and harmless preparations
ovor oftored to tho suffering. If taken rcgu-;
lai ly ami persistently, it is sure to cure.
Dyspopsia, headache, janndice, costiveness,
sick'headache, chronic Uiarrlura, affection* of
the bladder, camp dysentery, afiectioua of the
aatSBaasniCBBaHnBSBUBSBBBKS?BJkidilcv?, fl v< r,
I Kegulator. |h0K"riinaeeaeses
??'ifujiminm I'Liti-MWBiif the ?kin, im?
purity of tlio Oiuod; meinuoftoly, or depression
of spirits, heartburn, colic, or pains in tho
bowels, pain in tho head, fever and ague, !
dropsv, boils, pain in back and limbs, asthma, I
erysipelas, female affections, and bilious dis-1
oases generally. Price tl; bv mail, $1.25.
Prepared O::!T bv J. H. SS El LIN *c CO.,
Druggists, Macon, Qa.
The following highly respectable persone can ;
fully attest to the virtues of this valuable medi- '.
cine, and to whom wo most respectfully refer: ,
Ccu. W. S. Holt, President S. W. lt. R. Com?
pany; Rev. J. lt. Peider, Perry, Ga.; Col. E. K. ]
Sparks, Albauv, Ga.; Geo. J, Lunsford, Esq., >
Conductor t?. \Y. R. II.; C. Masttrson, Esq.,
Sheriff Bibb County: J. A. Butts, Bainbridge,
Ga.; Dykes St Sparhawk, Editors Floridian,
Tallahassee; Ri v. J. W. Burke, Macon, Ga.;
Virgil Powers, Esq , Superintendent S. W. R.
II ; Danit 1 Billiard, Bullant's Station, Macon
.k Brunswick B. 1!., TwiggsCouuty, Ga. ; Gren?
ville Woori, Wood's Factory. Macon, Ga.; Rev.
E. F. Eastorliug, P. E. Florida Conference;
Major A. F. Wooley. Kingston, Ga.; Editor
Macon Telegraph, and John Ingall*, formerly
of Columbia, S. C.
For saleit;- al) druggists. July 13 J3mo
DR. IV. Il, TUTT'S
SARSAPARILLA AM? QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
Vegetable Liver Pills,
Improved Hair Dye, For sale bv
Feb 27 Iv _ K. E. JACKSON.^ ?
Oak Bark! Oak Bark !
WANTED, at the Columbia Tannny, 100
Cords OAK BARK. Apply to
NM J. P. THOMAS A CO.. Columbia, S. V
ats for the Million !
TH SHOK HOUSE!
THE NEW YEAR!
iry large stock of Ladies', Uent'?,
?"INE WORK, direct from first
)\v figures-certainly the finest
cc tho war, abd in all colors and
vers is solicited, as goods will lie marked
of the l?g Hoot and Flat, ono door North
nd Sulphuric Acid,
in direction of Dr. N. A. PRATT, CbemUt fur
rn o? SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE OF LIME, or
? of all good Fertilizers, and these are valuable
s in them.
ia which were discovered io 18U7 in South Caro
do Phosphate of Lime, which is made available
I red need by Sulphnric Acid to such a condition
rater, and thus made capable of being taken np
i found in any commercial Fertilizer is of no
phatv rock. The greater the proportion of this
na, the less the quantity required per acre, and
uitaining the highest per cell ta ge cf .Soluble
cid and Super-Phosphate Company have erected
rs South of Baltimore, and aro ablo to ofTVr to
osphato of Lime known in any market.
3PHATE, guaranteed to contain 2-1 per trent, ul
n, 10 per cont, discount for cash.
dOSPHATE, guaranteed tooontain 20 per cont,
?eut. of Ammonia, with a sufficient addition of
ir ton. 10 per cent, disit>UQt for cash.
ters or manufacturers, who may desire to mix
his is the bost and cheapest method for manu
ained in tho mixture. Will be sold at fixed rate
WM. C. DRE <&? CO., Agenta,
No. 14 Adger's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
o best Manures _
j Phosphates ?TO tr.
rcat. st value to the
THF. MEOTCAI. CotAEOR or BorTu CAROLINA,
?n expelled at a low red heal, - 16 50
. 66 80
. - - . . . 2 60
.quivah-ut to ll 27 Soluble Phosphate or Limo.
Equivalent to 13 48 Insoluble (bone.)
24 75 Phosphate ol Lime.
Lquivulent to 23 65 Sulphate of Lime
- ? HO
- ' - ll tte
o certify to tho superiority of tho CAROLINA
C. U. SHEPARD, Ju.
to planters and other? at ICO per ton of 2 000
LI AMS Ai CO., Ker t in a, < li u rK-Mon, H. C.
LAWRENCE D. DIETZ & CO., j
lui poi tora and Dealern in
Fanoy Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, i
" e., Ac., ftc.
308 If. Baltimore Mreet, between Ifotoard and ?
Sept 30 Liberty, Baltimore, AA'. ilino_ j
MRU. D. C. SPECK,
Private and Transient Boarding,
No. 248 Weet Lombard street. corner Peon,
Sept 14 BALTIMORE, MD.
GEOEGE PAGE & CO.
PATENT PORTABLE CIRCULAR
SAW MILLS, J||
Also Stationary and Portable /|sv
Steam Engines, &o. / n\
No. 6 Schroeder Street,
?S&~Sendfor Catalogues and Price-Lists.
July 30 ly
New York Advertisements.
LO W PRICES.
WHITE DINNER SETH, new Limoge
Shapes, 157 pieces, $25. Smaller size
sets proportionately low in prices.
WHITE TOILET SETS, ll pieces. $3.20.
WHITE TEA SETS, 44 pieces, $4.00.
GOOD WATER-GOBLLTS, per dozen, $1.50.
GOOD WINE GLASSES, per down, *l (to
All other goods in our lino equally low. Goods
packed for tho countrv, or forwarded liv Kx
press, C. O. D.
WA SH IN ?TON HADLEY'S
Middle Cooper Institute Rieck.
Third ?nd Fourth Aves , between 7th ami 8th
streets, New York.
Send for Illustrated Photograph and Cata?
logue of Limoge Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets,
mailed freo. Oct 15 Sum
For Pure Water, UM ^WBBSK, ryj?- ?
thinvol?brate l I'ump.^WfKJSft*. Qi ?Tr;it ?Y,
entirely taitoiess, kW\\r**C/8kv ^-w "-,2.
durable and falla- 9*3 ^?&r ?24-&b20
ble: ?quat to th. sSi^l^^TkVRE^T .ST
jcxij old fuahtnned ^?VS^^^sRV^ . pHJlA
?OOd.n Pump, and ^^TKyW/jQv
cont Its? than halt the ^KQS^^tA^J??^
money. Sanity ai ran RO! ^KW^^ifc^SW?
to HM to bo Don-frvuxlnic, ^?fev/'t^^kli^'?S?
1 and In conitniotinn *o *imi>l<i ^Nt?vMhJ^r'^^
?hat any one can put K up and "^?^Wa^jfl^y
? THE BEST AND CHEAPEST "Uf-tP M-* *?:Ci
Vet 19 tuGmo
Dr. Richau's Golden Remedies.
i (JW-| /"M^fV REWARD for any case or die
! 3DX#V/VIV7 caso in anv stage which they
ra?iooure. DH. RICH AU'S GOLDEN BALSAM
So. I cures Ulcers, Ulcerated Kore Throat and
Mouth, Sore Eyes. Eruptions, Copper-Colored
Blotches, Sci ofilia, Ac; is tho greatest Blood
Purifier known, removes all disease from the
jVntem and leaves the blond otiro aud healthy.
DU. RICHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2
cures Mercurial Affections, Rheumatism in all
its forms, gives immediate relief in all cases.
No dut i UK necessary. Price of either No. 1 or
No. 2, $5.03 per bottle, or two bottles for $9.00.
DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safe
j and radical cure for all Urinary Derangements,
I accompanied with full directions Price $3.00
! per bot lo. DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR
! D'AMOUH, a radical cure for Debility, in old
j or young; imparting energy with wonderful
eflect. Price $5 per bottle or two bottles for $9.
! On receipt of price, the Remedies will bb
> .hipped to anv placo. Circulara sent. Address
I DR. D. B. RICHARDS,
Au? 19 ly No. 228 Varick st., New Yoi k.
E?l BV^^sf?H^? Hnnnfurturcd by
"aK??I Rf Tbe Nalional Watch Co"
Jp^^^^JlW OF ELGIN, ILL.
YL effif?&S^M Pronounced by Watch
% V$ VA ??ker?, Railroad and Ex
I '/ I*. 4.3**^t ??T \* pressmen. East and Weit,
' I '^$SM?Crll vi *? ^ th(? U10st corre<:1
i i! Vif??iOri5?sli ll Time K?rpern marlo.
1 H A9^J^% irw^-rJ Avoid partios irho ad
. ViJ^Stf/?^L^9*^ OA/ vrrtlKe to ?end Waterton
VW&r/ m. JJ "i'.O.D." PtKPOBTlSU
! \&%L*, Wki?. SJ to be or onr make. We
i ? fe SS0'/*" S? ?sSil?H furnlih none for thal
i ii?t aS^Eti^B*%a purpose. There aro Inti
RSA^Uff.l hulong In market. To
BPHi^sTJfcV get GENUINE ELU IN
I IT ITCHES, apply to dealer? In yonr own locality 01
?be-when-, whom you know to be honorable..
itu.sinchH ornoo and Sales Boom 160 A lol Law
i Street. Chicago, 111. 9 .
! Nov ll _3fi
R. HOE & GO.,
Ms nu Tuc I ll rei M of
Warranted Extra Cast Steel Patent
Oronnd Circular Mill Mulay
With Movable or Inserted tyeth.
WE CLAIM for our Patent Circular Saw
tho following advantages over all
The shanks of the teeth aro (dasiic. and ex?
ert a uniform distension in thc sockets.
The stability of the plate is in noway affect?
ed by inscrtiug new st te of teeth.
Each tooth, independently, may be adjusted
to the cutting linc.
No rivets, keys, or other objectionable ap?
pliances, are employed in connection with the
teeth, which arc as simple in construction, aud
as oasily used, as a nut for a bolt.
lu short, all the difficulties heretofore expe?
rienced in the usu of movable tooth fur saws,
are full v met and obviated by this Invention.
"CHAMPION" CROSS-CUT SAWS.
CROSS-CUT SA WS,
or ALL KINDS.
Baw Mandrels, Gumming Machines, &c.
Send for Catalogues and Price Lists.
lt. HOE ft CO..
Printing Pies? Machine sud Saw Manufac
New and Beautiful Goods,
AND USEFUL too. A large stock now on
hand of beautiful Toilet article?, of noweat
style and quality, and at low prices. PER?
FUMERY, HAIR BRUSHES. English and
French, hard and soft; elegant Engliah Hard
Tooth Brushes. Infants' Tooth and Hair
Brushes, Turkish Bathing Towels and Gloves,
Toilet Soips in great variety and of the Hoest
pialit v. and very cheap.
Lnbin's newest EXTRACTS lor handkerchief
Bose and Violet Toilet Powder.
Fine Pomade for tho Hair. Hair Restorers
?if evory kind.
Dressing Combs, of French Buffalo Horn.
Fine Ivory Combs, Metallic Back Combs.
Cosmetics for the Complexion.
German Cologne, Sachets in variety.
Puffs and Powder Boxes.
Glove and Handkerchief Boxea. For salo at'
FISHER & HF.INITSU'S Drug S?o??.
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS pleasantly located HO?
TEL, unsurpassed by any
House in the Sontb for comfort
_land healthy locality, is now
open to Trawlern and others seeking accom?
modations. Families can be furnished with
nice, airy rooms on reasonable terms. "A rall
is solicited." Hy Omnibus will be found at
the different depots-passengers carritd to
and from tho Hotel free of charge.
Nov 3 WM. A. WRIGHT.
THE Proprietors take pleasure in auuoonu
ing thlselvgautly-fnruishrd Establishment
uow (Mien for th? accommodation of guests.
The table will always be supplied with every
lelicacy of tho season-both from the New
unk and Charleston markets, and no efforts
?lit bo spared to Rive perfect satisfaction, iu
very respect, to our patrons. FHEE LUNCH
i the refectory everv day from ll nntd Vi*.
WM. GORMAN, I p...,,-.,.
Mav30 H. II. BADENHOF, ( rnopwaaoaa.
,4 LBS. frosh Cnnntry BUTTER,
??f-VJrV^f 1.200 lbs. Mountain Butter, in small
, kciis. for salo low. K. A G. D. HOPE.
Exchange of Bonds.
I Ol KICK CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA A A. It. R. Co.,
COLUMBIA, S C., November 18,1869.
THE SiocKboldtrs ot the Charlotte and
Soutb Carolina, and the Colombia and Au?
gusta Railroad Companies in Joint Convention,
: .Inly K, 1809, having consolidated and autbo
i ri/.ed tho issuanco by this Company of its First
Moitgage Seven per cent. Conpon BONDS, to
be used for the purpose of retiring the Bond?
. of said two Companies, respectively, the un?
dersigned hereby gives notice of hi? read!
I noss to make the Exchange of the BONDS.
Thc Coupon due January 1,1870, will be at?
tached to tho New Bonds. This Leane of Bonds
tor the purpose designated, wdl amount to
il,2uO,000, which is equivalent to a lien ot only
' about $6.UGO per mile on this Company's road
of 195 miles. As a security, they ara regarded
as being better than any heretofore humed by
either of the two Companies named, and are
confidently commended as one of the beat In?
vestments now offered in the Southern States.
Nov 18 C. H. MANSON, Treysnfer.
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta R. B.
rr* MB. ntiTiiimiTi i HUIIIIIHM"ICBSS&SSBC
OENERAL FREIGHT A TICKET OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 23.1809.
THE following Passenger Schedule will go
iuto effect on this Road on and after SUN?
DAY next, 2fith Instant:
Leave Augusta, at. 4.00 a.m.
Columbia, S. C., ut.. !>.10a.rn.
WitniBhore, at.11.40 a.m.
Chester, at.1.40 p.m.
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C. 4.20 p. m.
Making close connections with Trains of
North Cnrolmii Road for all pointa North and
UOIMU sot i n.
Leave Charlotte, N. C., at. 10.30 a. m.
" Cheater, at.1.25 p.m.
Winnaboro, nt.- 2.67 p. BS.
Columbia, S. C., at.?.07 p, tn.
Arrive at Augusta.9.60 p. tu
Making eli.sc connections with TrSin? of
Central and Gem gis KailroadB for Savannah,
: and all (Klints in Florida, Macon, Columba*,
Montgomery, Mobile. New Orleans, Selma,
' Chattanooga, Memphis, Nashville, Louisville,
Cincinnati. M. L* ma, and all points South and
Pslaee Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
: Through Tickets sold, and Baggage checked to
' all pi ineipal points.
?ar Pansengf ts hy thia route OOIKO Noam,
; have choice of TIUIKF. MFFF.KENT ROUTES.
C. BOUKNIGHT. Superintendent.
E. R. DORSEY, General Freight and Ticket
j Agent._ Deo 25
Important Notice to Shippers.
OIIAULOTTK, COLUMBIA AND Arnum R. R. Co.,
i GENERAL Fm nan AMI TICKET ACT'S Owrie*-,
COLOMBIA. S. C., August 12,1869.
milB SEA-BOARD INLAND AIR LINE
j X FREIGHT ROUTE ia again opened for
I business and offers SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES
I : to tho .M ei chan i ? of Columbia and up-country.
I RATES-NEW YORK TO COLUMBIA.- Firat
, Class $l.:t:.; Second Clasp $1.20; Third Class
1 j $1.10; Fourth Class 80c; Fifth Claw 60c., per
! bunill eil pen mis
I i tar Rates and Classifies tiona to all other
, poikts North, same as ria Charleston ?oute.
i| Tho Steamship Lines connecting with and
1 forming part of the Sea-board Inland Air Line
' j aro aa follows. Ur. CAREFUL AMI Mine bi TBKHK
'I Boston and Norfolk Steamship Co., End ot
Central Wharf, Beaton-E. Sampson, Agent.
Old Dominion Steamship Co., Pier 37 North
River. New York-N. L. McCready, rrea't.; o?
rico 187 Greenwich street, corner Dey. N. 1,
Philadelphia and Norfolk Steamship Co., 14
North Delawatn Avenue, Philadelphia-W. P.
! Xnnaniesaie Line, via Delaware Railroad
Depot Philadelphia. Wilmington and balti?
more Railroad, Philadelphia.
Baltimore St enm Packet Co., (Bay Line, ) foot
of Union Dock, Baltimore-R. L. Poor, Agent.
4V In shipping freight for Philadelphia bo
careful to mark tho packages and note on BRI
of Lading whether it ia to ho forwarded by
Clvde'a Steamers, or ria Annamesaic Line.
For further information, address
E. R. DORSEY.
Aug 13 General Freit**" ?nd Ticket Ag'L
South Carolina Railroad Company,
GENERAL SUIT'S OFFICE. BvfT. IS. 1869.
MM. THE following Sche?
rte uuio for "Passenger
; Trains will bo ohaeived from this dale:
HAY I VSSKNlim THAIN.
Leaving Columbia at. 7.45 a. m.
: Arriving at Columbia at. 4.40 p. oV
NIH BT EXPRESS 'I ll AIN.
Leaving Columbia at. 5.50 p. m.
Arriving HI Columbia at.4.45 a. Ut.
THK CAMDEN TBA1N
Will continue to run tho following schedule:
(Mondavs. We..'nondavu and Saturdays.)
An ive Columbia 11.00 a.*ni. Leave 1.45 p. m.
HAILY (BI'NDAYR F.XCF.PTF.D )
Leave Cainden 6.35 a.m. Ar King ville 9.20 a.m.
Lve Ringville3.15 p. m. Ar Camden 6.05p.m.
Sept 16 H. T. PEAKE. General Snp^t.
~ Greenville and Columbia Railroad
Brggtmomm PASSENGER Trains run
?H&^gBCaB?daily except Snr day, con?
necting with Night Train on Charleston Road:
Lvo Columbia 7.00 am Lve Greenville 6.00 am
" Alston 8.55 " '? Anderson 6.45 "
Newberry 10.H5 ?. Abbeville 8.45 ??
Arr Abbeville 3.30 pm " Newberry 1.25 [ m
"Anderson 5.15 " " Alston 8.00 "
"Greenville 6.00 " Arr Columbia 6.06 pm
Trains on Blue Ridge Railroad run as follows:
Lve Anderson 5.20 pm Lve Walhalla 4.06 sm
" Pondleton 6.20 " " Pendleton 6.40 "
Arr Walhalla 8.00 " Arr Anderson 6.40"
The train will return from Belton to Ander?
don on Monday and Friday mornings.
JAME8_0. MEREDITH, General Hup'l
Sp ar tandur g and Union Railroad.
ON and after the 18th October,
Passenger Trains will leave Spat
"?omi T/iV^V ;
i Miles. Arrive. 7 T' ^ ;* ?
. Spartanburg 0
I Pacolot.10 8.15
. Jonesville... 19 8.55
Union ville.. 'J ff 9.45 .
?Santuo.37 10.45 /has instit!
, Shelton.48 11.40 / Riehln "
Lyles Ford . 52 J2 05 f " ?hm.0ml
Strother . . .56 12.30 ! P.anJ. in Ci
Alston.6H 1.85 1 sion from
jOctM_ THOS. B. conductors;
Laurens Railroad- ,,is "danial
PJWMIBL- MAIL Tr ai Phiyed A.
V**- .WPtretnrn same ton, to rJ
i?i????ra "I ?m st
Ju,y ? J. 8. BOWElservo my