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FORTUNES OF JTJLXBT CLAYBURN.
A Tail? of elie Palmetto State.
Cornelia elevated ber eye-brows and
"Different people hare different no?
tions of honor," abo remarked; "some
people have no notion of it at ail. I do
sot pretend to class Juliet with the
latter; but while encouraging Harry's
attentions while engaged to marry some
?one else, UH she does, ia self-evident proof
that abe's not infallible. She ia only
like the rest of hersez; if she has n man
at ber feet she'll keep him tbero as long
as she can. The knowledge of possess?
ing powor, and tho oxeroiso of that
power, is a sweet morsel to tho soul of
"Have you any particular reason to
think bor engaged to Harry?" and Knrl
took her handkerchief and plvyod with
it to hide his agitation.
"Yes," sho replied, "I will tell you
what first convinced me of it. Juliet is
extremely prudish about somo things
for instance, waltzing. When sho first
came to ?shbnrn, she told mo sho
wouldn't waltz with any man, unless shu
.was bis promised wife. You may ima
Sino what conclusion I drew when I saw j
er waltz with Harry Babbitt."
"And did yon see her do that?" almost
groaned Kuri, the last plank of hopo |
slipping from beneath him. How often, !
and often had she refused to waltz with I
"I saw her waliz with him not two
weeks ago," said Cornelia.
Ob! what a bitter paug went to his
inmost heart I how his very life seemed
bloated, and scorched, and consumed,
with this burning, devouring liam o of
"There comea Mi*. Markham," said
Cornelia, as she gazed around the ball?
room. She sip hed: "I'm engaged to
him for this danoo."
Mr. Markham offered his arm with a
fascinating smile, but it did not appear
to overwhelm Cornelia; sbo arose from
ber Beat with ill-concealed reluotanee.
They were only a few steps distant, when
Cornelia turned back.
"I've forgotten my flowers," she ex
Elained to the gentleman. Mr. Mark
am searched for them.
"Here they are on tho floor, where you
have picked them to pieces."
"It was not my doing," said Cornelia.
"Arin'tyon ashamed, Mr. Von'Oppcn
But Mr. Von Oppenheim, who had
walked off in a different direction, was
now too fur to hear tho question.
Tho dance was over, and Juliet's part?
ner led bor to a seat-Roon, however,
''leaving her for tho refreshment-table, to
procure a gloss of iced lemonude.
Ka' 1 was standing in tho recess of ?1
bay-window, almost entirely concealed
by the drapery, but ablo himself to watch
everything going on. His eyes were
glaring wildly ut Juliet, and, as soon as
he saw her aloue, ho approached, assum?
ing as much composure ns was possible
in such a moment of highly-wrought
excitemont. He stood beside her a
moment, without enteriug iuto conversa?
tion. Juliet blushed, east her eyes to
the floor, and said, in n soft, reproachful
"You aro a truant knight, Karl; this
iu the first time yon have been near me
to-night, and now it is time to return
"I've only boen following your injunc?
tions," ?aid Kuri, rudely; "only govern?
ing my conduct according to tho mles
you havo ?eon fit to dictate to me."
"Nay,.Karl," replied Juliet, in gentle
remonstrance; "I did not dictate cold?
ness nor alienation; I merely desired you
to be cautions in your attentions to me.
If you had desired it, you might have
passed au hour or moro with mo to-night
without exciting tho slightest remark.
Dwelling iu the ?ame house, as we do,
justifies to tho world a certain degree of
intimacy and familiarity in our inter?
course. Indeed, tho oonrso you have
adopted to-night, considering the occa?
sion and everything, seems, to my mind,
more calculated to rouse suspicion than
?orno apparent degree of friendship."
Having reached this point in her re?
marks, Juliet looked up to consult Kori's
face. She was shocked at its expression
at thu manner in which ho regarded
her-ot his disordered hair and general
appearance. A terrible thought took
possession of her. She shrank away
from him, and a pained and fearful look
flashed across her face.
"Oh, Karil can it bo possible! Is this
the reason you hove slighted mo? I be?
lieve you are-are-" the sorrowful voi'-o
died away iu au inarticulate word.
"Believe I am what?" demanded Karl,
Juliet only shrank farther away from
him, and put her handkerchief "to her
He come nearer to her, and said, in a
voice of concentrated passion :
"Finish your sentence-finish it; 1
will stand hero until you do."
"Yon have been-been-dr-iuk
nod the pale, frightened girl broke down
"I understand you;" and Kori laughed
bitterly. "I know what yon mean, but
yon ore mistaken; I am not drunk; I
haven't tasted a drop since the wino at
dinner. You have been faring sumptu?
ously from rich viands), but I have not
broken my fast."
"Then, oro yon ill-you look so, in?
deed. Tell mo, Karl, aro you ill?"
Ho did not answer her question.
"You will be confirmed in your suspi?
cion as to my being drunk," be said,
"when I inform you I have como to ask,
to demand you to waltz with mo."
"Do not bo BO unreasonable, Karl,"
pleaded Juliet; "you know I have not
waltzed to-night-that it in against my
principles to do PO. It would be too
pointed to waltz withyou now-tbe thing
would excite remark* . ?
. ?I don't ciare wli nt com m e n t it excites,1 '
exclaimed Karl, in a more savage way
than ever. "If you do not grant my re?
quest, I will consider that you dony mo
tho rightful prorogative of an accepted
lover, and onr engagement will be at an
end." Juliet gazed imploringly at him.
"Karl, yon are very unkind to me.
Will you force mo into this measure
think of tho cons?quences, and T pro?
"I am intolerant of any higher autho?
rity than myself," interrupted Karl, stub?
born in his purpose. "If you do not
acquiesce in my wishes, wo are quits, j
that's the amount of it.''
"You are very harsh, to-night;" and i
Juliet, turning to him with an eloquent ,
look and a persuasive voice, continued:!
"I implore you to confider thc matter
nud its consequences. Bo kind, Karl, |
do not press mo further. If you will dc
sist, to-morrow, I will bravo everything |
and meet you privately in some way. 1. !
have mauy thiugs to tell you-laany j
things to explain. 1 will go to ride with
you in tho buggy-now, will you not :
agree to tho compromise? Think of a '
sweet, long chat together -a thing wo
have not enjoyed since last summer. Yon
will agroo Karl, 1 know."
TO BE CONTINUED.
Wc Burk ! &?B*
ANTKD, at tho Columbia Tannery, 100
Cords OAK BARK. AM? to
N23 J. P. THOMAR A CO. Columbi*. H. C
rji\ BOXES COMMON TOBACCO, HI low
I " I ligures.
30 boxos Fair Chewing Toba coo.
4 boxes Extra Bock City Chowing Tobacco.
4 boxes Commonwealth Chewing Tobacco.
10 boxes Rose Bud Chewing Tobacco.
Jwlv 20 JOHN ?!. BEF.OERK
SOME dealers iu this city have been in doubt
that I could hold out supplying them with
Beer this summer. I now inform tho public
that I have a largo supply of old La gor Beer
on hand, which I put against any Be sr brought
from tho North, or even impur! vi from Ger?
many, as to purity and strength, i am road}
to test it by thc Be< r scale.
Auer 20 JOHN <;. ?EEGF.KS.
Living Writers of the 8outh.
SHORT biographies, lists of works, and ex
tracts from tho most, pop \]r.r volumes ol
every living writer of tho Southern United
States. By Professor Jamos Woo 1 Davidson.
*#* A very large handsome hs >k. Fri ;o i~ 00.
YashtI, or Until Death us DoP?rt. By Vu
thor of Boanla, Macar?a, Ac. f-'/.W.
Tho Polar World - a popular description . i j
Men and Nature, in the Ar'.-*.!'- Dud Ant art h- re- i
giona of tho Globe llbtstratid K\ 7 ?. I
Tho Romaneo of Spanish )' '. .? by John j
S. C. Abbott; with iilustratti>nt>.
Fi..-toral Field Buohof th Wa. ; !S!2. Dy j
Benson J. Lessing, anthe:- '>;' ?'. ?rial Field i
Book Revolution. ?7.On.
Photograph Albums, Pocket Cutlery, Ao.,al I
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S bookstore. i
Another Step in Science.-Warranted the Best in theUm'fd 'trues.
'EF0!\E I SI
SOLD HY DRUGGISTS KV KUI WHERE.*.
Boots, Shoes and Hats for the'Million !
AT THE MAMMOTH SHOE HOUSE!
MEW GOODS FOR THE NEW YEAR ?
I have just received a very large stock of Ladies', Cent's,
Misses' and Children's FINE WORK, direct, from lind
j??; bauds, and bought at low figuren-certainly thu fiuest
(brought to this market since tho war, and in all colors and
widths and sizes, and the attention of buyers is solicited, ni good?; will bo marked
down from this date. Jan 1
Call aud seo for yourselves, at the -sign of the Witz. l?o >' and Flat, ono door North
of Columbia Hotel. A. SMYTHE.
TBK ''CAROLINA FERTILIZER" is mad?; front tin Phosphate? ??i Si.e.i). . ... .audi?
pronounced by various chemists, one of thu best Munn - hi.own, only hilorioi ?. Peru
I vian Guano in its fertilizing properties. Theta 1'liosphatc* ate ibo ii?".**im? .>! MU:I land
? aud sea animals, ami possess qu.ilitire ni the ;-re.. tost val-.;.- to ttl? '^i k->dmri*t. Wo annes
the analysis of Professor Shepard:
LABORATOBV ?..>. tur. Mcne-w ? ..i-i -e Roc?n C'AnoLiy/..
Analysis ot CAROLINA FERTILIZER, personally select ?al:
Moisture expelled at 212J F...16 10
Organic Matter, v i th Borne water of cowl ina* on oi.pp.lei id a low red ht ?:, - 1?? 50
Fixed Ingredients,.60 so
Ammonia, -. ... ....2 <><.
Phosphoric Acid Statable, . . ?1 '.?6 . ? Fonlvalent to ll 27 Soluble Phosphate o* Lime.
fn"olnble..0 17 . . Kaniva ni .?> 14 4S [nsoltibki (bone, i
13 13 ?4 7f? Pboeptatte of Lime
Sulphuric Acid, . . Il 0! E> rivaWi e? 23 6T> Hulphu(< nf Um*.
Sulphate of Potash,.8fl
Sulphate of Sods, .... .... ri ??tl
On the strength of these results, I air. ;la ; t-jcinifv . tl?*- sunerioriM .,r ii:. CAROLINA
FERTILIZER, examined. C. V. sm PARR, Ja
We will furnish thia exccelleut FERTILIZER to planters .-.r. l other.-? :it Mn p. r lon of 2.000
? .minds. UKO. IV. WILLIAMS ?* t O.. Karlo! -.. < lt? ri. Ml un. 8. C.
' COPELAND A REARDBN, Agents, Columbia, i>. C. Jan 1 J-Jnio
?T?WAN "GI ANOS,
Soluble Manures and Sulphuric Acid,
MANUFACTURED at Charleston, under the directiot: of Mr. N. A. PRATT, ('hernial for
thc Sulphuric Acid niid Siiner-Fh'.njiLnlr COIUputiY.
SOLUBLE PHOSPHORIC ACID, in tho fenn of 80LURL1 PHOSPHATE OF LIME, or
DISSOLVED DONE PHOSPHATE, is tho hr.?;? ot all 1 . .. i- . and ! ht se are t aluable
in tho ratio of Solnblo Phosphoric Acid which in in th?m.
' The immense deposits of Phosphoric Guanos which were discovered iu 1667 In South Caro?
lina, by Dr. PRATT, consists mainly of IusoluLh- Phosphate of Lime, which ia made available
as a Fertilizer by being gronod to powder, and rodooed by 8u'phurio Acid to auch a condition
as to make its insoluble phosphate soluble, in water, and thus made capsule of being taken np
by growing plant*. Thc insoluble Phosphate, fonud in any commercial Fertiliser ia of no
moro value to tho oho it than tho original Phosphato rock. Tho greater tho proportion of this
Soluble Phosphate which any Fertilizer contains, the Ieee tho quantity required per sore, amt
consequently the cheapest Fertiliser 1H that containing the highest per oenla?;e of r-oloblo
j Impressed with these truths, tho Sulphuric Acid and Suprr-Phosphato Company have err^ted
i at Charleston, tho lirst extensive Acid Chambers South of Baltimore, and are able i?> u<T-r to
I phmtci M the highest per centage of Soluble Phosphate of Limo bunwn in any inm-fcc*.
Their Fertili/cri are offered under two form?:
, 1. Ktlwun, So. 1.-PURE SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE, guaranteed to contain J? por oct. "I
I Dissolved Rono Phosphate of TJme. $60 ncr ton, 10 per cent, discount for cash.
I te. Kt liv? H. Ko. a-PERUVIAN SUPER-PHOSPHATE, guaranteed t?>e??ntain -_'0 per cent
of Dissolved Bono Phosphate, and 1 j to 3 per cont, of Ammonia, with ti sumcicnt s. Mition nf
Peruvian Guano to adapt it to all Crops. ?70 per ton. 10 per cent, discount for ca?h.
WE A uso OFKKR:
DISSOLVED BONE, of high grado, for planter? or manufacturer*, who may desire to mix
into any other compost, and wc suggest that this is tho heat and cheapest method tor mann
facturer? to transport the Sulphuric Acid contained in the misturo. Will besohl at rix.-d rate
for each per centago. [Jan 1 3nv>) WM. c. BKK A co.. Agents.
R. 0'NKAI.I: A Soy, agents, Colombie. Ne. U AdgcrV Wh .?.r. Charloeton, s. C.
PRSPA RED BY WALKER, EVANS &
THE OLD CARC
A SOUTHERN i
AND a incut vtduabhi and reliable Tonic, cm
ket, and at much leas price. Curca Dyspe
without doubt tho beat Tonio Bittora in MC F
SCHEDULE OF PRICES OF TJ
1 doz. c nd less than 12 do/.$8 00 per des.
50 do/, and upwards.17.00 per doz.
Pi . writ '?.??re and Manufacturers
Anti direct importera ti
Alic I lj
MINING & MANI
CHA R /- E S
FRO.-o y East < u i Hat-el street. Mines uu .'
W ando ?F'ox1
> or feblC bj
Aug 1 ly ^?. C. DL'K
A. C. KAUFMAN,
No. 35 Broad sin rrt. Cknrli ston. C.
SOUTHERN BTOCKS, RONDS, COUPONS j
and Uncurrent Dank Notes bought and ?
.-old on commission.
Also, Gold and Silver Coin.
Orders solicited and promptly attended to.
Prices carrent issued weekly and forwarded
gratuilou-ly on application as above.
Refer? by permission to Chas. T. Lowndes,
Faq., President Rank nf Charleston.
M?SES GULDSM1TH & S0H,
A'oa. 10,12, l l Vendue Range, Charleston, 8. V.
WHOLESALE Desle?s in all kinds or
Hides, Wool, Skins, Furn, Ac. Havt cou
stantlv on hand a large assortment of Hidos
and Skins. Tauuors will do well to call upon
UK before purchasing.
MOSER GOI.URM1TH. ALKA H AM A. OOIJ)sMITn.
HENRY BISCHOFF & 00.,
W HO L E S A L E " ROCE R S
SAND Dealer* in Wines, Liquors, Re
gars, Tobhcco, Ac. 1U7 East Dav,
Chnr!ostnr. S. C. H. BISCHOFF,
Aug 1 ly J. IL PIEPER.
D.F. FLEMING Sc Co.
Wholesale Dealer* in
BOOTS. SHOES AND TRUNKS,
Nr' 2 H-y." etre*?1. corner I
CHARLESTON, S. C.
li. V. FLEM INO,
SAM E A. NELSON, !
Aug 1 1) JAMES M. WILSON
Mills House, Charleston, S. C.
rilHLS olcgunt and commodious H( CSE ha-.- >
J| ing been renovated and newly lurnish .'d
. broun bout, is nd lo none in the South.
Nov vs J. PARKER. Proprietor, i
The Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosp
HAVING completed their extensive Mann!
F?rtil /.-rf, no other kinda being availab
This Company, nuder th'/ direction entirely <
durement? which will rte? tmnend it to Sun
largest and most completo in the United Stat
abundant auppty of tho proper solvent for tho !
aro near by. From these Phosphates they p
in soluble Phosphate than tbot-c madi from"ra\
quantity of Super-Phosphate of Lime found in 1
sub?, the rates at which we offer them being no
ibizers, while the Manurer contain twice as nu
ehoat>er to tho consumer Diey are offered on
ihat thc material lu each will correspond to tht
ETIWAN, NO. I,- Soluble Phosphate, conlan
Pur? Soluble Phosphate of Lime, and furnisher
ETI WAN, No. 2. Peruvian Kuper-Phosphab'
Soluble Phosphat?' and I wo to four per ci nt ol
proved acceptances, bealing interest, or such ?.
tgonts Orders to bo forwarded immndiitely t
and ..rt? r 1st January livxt.
<! G. MEMMINUEB." President.
a?; . Tho Fertilizers of this Combanv will be b
Agen'sfor Elton's Premium Trenton Crackers,
W. H. CHAFFE & CO.,
207 East Bav, Charleston, S. C.
Agents for P. Ballantine A Sons'
WM H. OHAFEE. TAOS. S O'BRIEN,
p. n. P"or?DAitn. <?AI?:U rnoysnrsoKn.
E. B. STODDARD ? CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS in
Ii...>'.s. Shoes und Trunks, at
'Maonfacturer?"' prloee, 1C5 Meet
iux streoi, nearly opposite Charleston Hotel,
i 'harleston. H. C. Aug 1 Iv
EDWIN BATES & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
OI.OT XI INO,
123 und i2i Meering street,
C H A R J. E S TON, S. C.
GEO. C. SEI .MAN, I
Ang 1 Iv Til .H It MCI AH AN.
CHARLES KERRISON, Jr.
DEALER in Ha ida are. Cutlery,
Guns, Ai'ricultnral Implsnv nts,
_Ac 249 King e?r<-.et , Charleston,
C. An assortment of House-keeping ff ard
wnrd on hand. Angil?
Show Cases 1 bhowCaeesl
W. H. Collin's Ivrrir PATVM.
At New York Rates.
Constantly on hand and mado to ordttr.
A um, i
TOYS! TRIMMINGS 11 FANCY GOODS lil
#MUSICAL Instrument?, Stationery,
Bann Balla, Fire-works, A?. Stamping
Rmbroidory and Braiding neatly eic
cntcd, from '.at? st designs, at
V>L MoLEAN*. 433 King St..
Aug Charleston, H. C.
ivor tiseme ms.
COGSWELL, ADVERTISING AGENTS.
al, if not superior, to any Bitters iii tuc mar
peta. LOBB of Appotito, Chills and Fever, and is
or sale by Druggists aud Grocers everywhere,
HE OLD CAROLINA BITTERS.
. MKT Ci HU.
12 doz. and loee than 50 doz.. ?. 17.50 )>< ; -hi/.
r, WINEMAN &. CO.,
of tho Celebrated Carolina Bitters,
f choico European Dings ami Chemicals,
No. 23 Hayno street, Charleston, 8. C.
T 0 N. S. C .
?Y RIVEK BONE PHOSPHATE.
COPELAND .V DEARDEN, Columbia.
E*i A CO., Oeneral Agcut<\ Charleston, s. f.
POE PALATE A. FLOE IB A.
Vftt Savannah, Iirnandina, Jacksonv?U and
/binding* on me St John's River.
THE clemant and first cla?s
?Steamer DICTATOR, Capt. W
^T. McNelty will leave Charit ?ton
H. C., for abovo places, every TUESDAY
EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
Tbe elegant and iirat class Steamer CITY
POINT, Capt. Otorgo E. HcMdtan, will le:iv(
Charleston every FRIDAY EVEN INO, at 8
o'clock, for abovo places.
1 brough Tickets to be bad at railroad of?
No extra chargo for Meals and 8tato Rooms.
Ter freight or passago. applv to
J D. AIKEN .V. CO , Agents,
KouOi AtUniir wiiwrf. ?Miarlostt.n. H. C.
HENRY COBIA & CO..
**> Venduo Range,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Koop constantly on hand r. full assortment
ZUGBAUM, YOUNG & CO.,
IMroRTERS and Dealers in
?Musical Instruments. Strings,
'.Vc. Ac. Agents uf Steinway <i
Hon's and J. P.. Dunham's Pianos, Cai ha rt A
Needham's Blelodcons, Tilton's Patent Guitar. I
191 Kii g Street, Charleston, y. C.
FERDINAND ZOGBAUM, New Yorl : HEN- !
RY YOUNG, C. L. McOLENAHAN, Charles
tun. K C. An? 1 ly j
La Valentina fceear Factory,
No. 118 East Ruy Street,
HAVE for aalo the choiceet brands oi i r.,
Havana Segars. Also, goi ' '1 -iu--*?ic ?
yegi ra, ? ' low pr ices.
ALFRED A, RARBOT. Ag " n:. i
Aug i ly Charioatou, H. t .
ihate Comps ny, ol* Charleston; S. C.,
factory, aro now prepared t-> furnish S il ubi?-j
lc to planters for immediate returns tor their j
ii' Sou vin rn ni"i! of high character, offers in?
thern planters Their works arc among the
ea. and * :? Hthem to prepare ot home un
Soutb Carolina native Lone Phosphates which
rupose tn manufacture a Fertilizer even riche)
v hones, and containing more thnntwicothi !
the beet average Manures heretofore offered loi
higher tlir.n the average price of ot bei Fer-I
icli fi rtiliziug mateiial; they are in fact mindi
tho i arket in two forms, with a guarantee
. u.P. en icemen!, i
lining from eighteen totwer.ly-tive p. rc<nt. -if I
i at sixty dollars per lon.
. containing from sixteen to twenty per cent, ol j
'Anim? ms. at seventy dollars j.? r ton; tor ap- ;
ither security as may bi* acceptable lo the sub
i the \g ult?, and delivery made, ns directed on |
WM. C. DEE A CO.. Agents.
randed KIT WAN. No. 1, aol E IT WAN, No. 2
A Uselnl Invention.
HOUSE-KEFPBRSwhodo their own molt?
ing with Kcroscno or OHS Stoves, have
I heretofore felt the want of :> perfect Raking
DUVAL'B PATENT BAKER,
Attached to their Stoves, will bako Bread, bis?
cuit, Pies, Ac., and roast Poultry, Roof, Pota?
toes, Ac, to perfection. A full supply of
Kerosene and Oas ytovee. of the best hinds,
together with Utensils for every purpose, f< r
ealr, at wholesale and retail, by
J B. DUVAL <L SONS,
Charltetot, H. C., Agosta for Patentees.
Aug 1 ly j
"Easoo Iron Works,'' |
CHARLESTON. S. C.
?TEAM ENGINES, M si hillery j
.T. M. EA80N A RHO. ?
Ang 1 ly
Moses Goldsmith & Son.
No*. 4, tifiad 8, Vendue Rangt, Charicsion,^. < '.
WHOLESALE Dealers in Iron, Metale, i
Rags, and all ninds of Paper Stock.
Highest cash prices paid for thc abovo.
MOSKS GOI-DflMITn. MIK A It AM A. frOI.Ilt M I i 1(
TU'*, r. Kl lil!. HRRM1NN nft.WINVTV.
T. J. KERR &O0.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
AW:! Wharf, Oharieston, S. C.
WILL attrnd to the sales of all kinds of
Produce and Purchase of Merchandize.
Dealers io Nu. 1 Peruvian Ouano and other
F?-rti'iiiera Aug 1 ly
Charleston Bental Bepot,
'lil, RING STREET.
f^JtLX) aud Tin Foil, Amalgam Mineral
Teeth, Steel O rod*, ?nd every article used hy
the_DontisL_ Aug 1 ly
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL.
STATIONERS and Printers, and doslerH in
Printers' Meter?ais, Bro rd street, Charles
t<?n, H. C. An;,' 1 1y
_' i m
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA A AUGUSTA R. It.
GEXERAL FRKIOIIT AND TICKET OFFICE.
COLUMBIA, H. C., January ?24, 1870.
MERCHANTS aud others desiring MILE?
AGE TICKETS, good for flvo hundred
or one thousand miles, can procure them by
luaviug tholr address with any Station Agent
on lino of road, or upon application to the
iitidereicued, at following prices: For 1,00"
miles, $:jo 00; for 500 miles, f18 00.
.12;? 0 K. R. DORSEY, O. P. an?1 T Agent.***
Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of
the South Carolina Railroad Com?
pany, and of the South-weatern Rail?
rilHE annual meeting of tho Stockholders of
X tho tbovo institutions witt bo held iu the
City of Charleston, on tho second TUESDAY
in Fobruary next, tho 8th of tho month. Place
of meeting, Hall of tho South-western Rail?
road Rank, on Broad Street. Hour of con?
vening, ll o'clock a. nt.
On tho day following, Wednesday, tut 0th,
there will bo an election hold at tho same
place, between the hours of 0 a. m. and 3 p.
m., for lirtocn Directors of tho Railroad Com?
pany, and thirteen Directora of tho Bank. A
Committee lo verify proxies will attend.
Tlie following uuic.idnicnt to Article 1st,
Section 2d j ot tho By-Laws, proposed at the
last annual mooting, will come np for action at
this: Amend Article 1st. Section 2d of tho By
Laws, by striking out tho words "three
months" in tho sixth linc, aud inserting "tbirtv
days." 'J ho portion of tho Articlo in whiofi
tho amendment is proposed now reads: "Nor
?hall any stockholder volo at any general or
other election who shall not havo bold in bia
own right tho shares ou which ho offers to
vote at least throe mouths previous tu" ench
Sto kholdors will bo passed as nsual over
the Road to mid from thu mooting, fr'.e ot
idiarRo, iu accordance with tho resolution of
tho Convention of 1804. J. lt. EMORY,
Jan Ri intu Secretary.
Exchange of Bonds
Oil ICE CUAKI.OTTE. COLUMBIA AA. R. R Co.,
COLUMBIA, S C., Novimber 18. 18C9.
Ililli SiorKholders of the Cbailutte and
South Carolina, and tho Columbia and Au?
gusta hailroad Companies in joint Convention,
July 8, 18(;9, having consolidated and autho
. ized tho issuance hy this Company of its First
Murtgago Seven per cent. Conpuu BONDS, to
ho used for tho purposo of retirinp the Bonds
of said two Companies, respectively.^tbe un?
dersigned hereby gives notice of h iii readi?
ness to make ibu Exchange of tin BONDS.
Tho Coupon due January 1, 1P"0, will bo at?
tached to tho New BondB. 1 his issue nf Ronds
tor tho purposo designated, will amount to
11,200,000, which is equivalent to a lien ol only
about iG.UCt) per milo on this Company's road
of 195 miles. As a security, they arc rt garded
as being better than any herotofoie issued by
either uf the two Comprimer named, and ar.
eouUdently commended as ono of tho best In?
vestmente now t.fiored in the Southern States.
Nov 18 C H. MANSON. TrrsKurer.
UK. J. IIK.ADPIKL.D'8
F ?TUI ALE RE GUL AT OR?
WOMAN'S HLST FRIEND.
IllilS valuable medicino is prepared for wo?
. MUN exclusively, and to ho used by women
only, lt is adapted especially to those cases
wht.ro thc womb is disordered, and will cure
any irregularity in the "menses," except in
such cases es require a surgical op?ration. Ab
those last aro very rare, tho FEMALE REGU?
LATOR is of alnio.-t universal application. In
a Midden cheek of tho 1 monthly courses'' from
col.I), trouble el' mind, or like caucc.it acts
hkoacharm, by RESTORING Tin: UISCIIARUE IN
KVKB? INSTANCE, thus relieving the fever, head?
ache, pain in tho email s f tho back and "lower
stomach," flushes of heat about thu fane, chilly
sensations, burning of tho eye-lids, and gene?
ral restlessness. Taken in time, all thoko
symptoms patss awn} immediately, without in?
jin y to tho constitution. Frequently, how?
ever, thc propi r remedy is not applied in time,
tho disease becomes chronic, and tho founda?
tion laid fur numberless evil i to thc costitu?
tion of the woman. Tho next "turn" come
around, and Ihcieiauo "show," or perhaps
tho "whites" will appear. There will bc some
nncasimss about tho womb, but very little or
nono of thc natural Hu id escaping. Tho com
pli xion becomes sallow, bowels swollen, R sort
of greenish easto about the. face, constant,
dull, aching pams in tho bead, weight in the
lower stomach and back, with or withont
white.-, palpitations of thu heart, pallor, ex?
haustion, indigestion, weariness, languor.ach
in.; tu ror s tho loin-, lw.-H of appetite, paiu ill
lett breast, tightness actoaa the cheat, cough
?nd giddiness. If still allowed to co on,
"green sickness" will bo fully derotoped; the
ticadach > becur.es ; eyere, with lusa of memo?
ry, diminish?' 1 sensibility, SICK STOMACH, dys?
pepsia, nu relish foi* food, loss of flerh, in?
creased fluttering of tho heart, RWELMNG or
THK ITXr, lci^? cud body, and occasional spit?
ting ot blood. Tho slightest effort causes
utrituir.n BttKATMNO, almost to euffocation.
rite skin la flabby, and has ? "doughy feel."
This is a ?ad pict uro, but if is the condition
of thou.-ands of women between tho sges of
ti ft c.-ti and forty-?ve. who uro brought to the
gravo by ignorance, or neglect to tako the pro?
To s'l who aro alhicted with any of the symp?
toms abovc-meuti ?ned, in connection with an
irregularity of the "monthly sickness," wt
earnestly say ? ABU DB. J. BnAnrnrLD'B FEMALE
itXot'TJeroR.* A few ounces taken, you will at
once experience its bent tit, and with a little
patience, you will bo fully restored to health.
This remedy bas been extensively used fur
npward ot twenty years by many ot tho most
experienced and successful physicians in
Georgia. No family ehonld bc without two or
Wc repeat, thr.l DH. J. BitAXUtTELp's FEMALE
Rr.orr.ATOR is prepared for WOMEN, and to be
used by wimcn only. A trial is all we ask.
Prepsied and -old in any quantity, by
BRADFIELD A. CO., Atlanta. Ga.
We. ll.? nu O'-igucd Druggists, take plfn
euru in corni tn I ng to the trade Pr. J. Brad
field's Fomalt ..egulator, bolioviug it to be s
good and reliable remedy for thu disease foi
which he recommends it
PEMBERTON, WILSON, TAVLOB A Co., Atlant*.
W. A. LANHOKI.L, Atlanta, Ga.
W. O. i.Aw-nr, Atlanta, Ga.
W. KOOT A HOS, Marietta, Ga.
Vii: QKOBOIA, iHoi'P Co.. Dec. 21, lflbo.
This is to certify that I havo examined the
recipe of Dr. Josiah Bradfield, of this County,
and, a? a medical roan, pronoonco it to be a
combination of tuodioince of great merit in the
treatment of all diseases of females for which
he recommends it. Wir. P. BEASLEY, M D.
CARTEES*. I f. LR, GA., April 20, 1BC9.
Thii will certify t hat two members of my
immediate family, altor having Buffered foi
many years from menstrual irregularity, and
having been treated without benefit by various
medina! doctors wiro nt length completely
cured by ono bottle of Dr. J. Bradfieldw Fe
malo Kc^ulator. 1 therefore deem it my duty
io fumi-di this certificate, with tho hope ol
drawing tho attention of suffering womankind
to thc merita of a medicino whoao power in
curing irregular and suppressed menstruation
hun benn pioveti under my own personal ob?
servation. Its ? fleet, on such casos is truly
wonderful, aud woll may tho remedy bo called
"Woman's Brst iTiend." Yours, respectfully.
.TAMER W. STIIANOK.'
W. IL Ten, of Augusta, Ga., and Downe A
MOISE, of Charleston, H. C., Wholesale Agent-.
Price tl ?O per bottle. For salo by FISHER
it I1EIMTSH, GFIGER A MCGREGOR, and
r. H. Mi'vr Columbia, ;-. c Oct no My