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?S I*ttlsvilie Journal aays: ??We defy any
ta? temi lo far of poetry to road (bs following
une?, withoutexclaiming-H?w beautiful?"
Mr so? thj. Bacred image keeps.
My mid-rdgbfc dream* are all of thee;
Fornatamt&efc in silence sleeps. '
And SflSnos broods o'er land and BOR;
Otu in that atiU mysterious hoar,
How ?lt from waking dreams I start,
To find thea bal a Taney flower,
Thou cherished idol of my heart.
Thou hast each thought and dream of mine
Have 1 in torn one thought of thine?
For star thine my dreams will be,
Whate'cr may be my fortune's here,
I ask not love-I claim from thee
Only one boon, a gentle tear;
Maj biassed visions from above
Play brightly 'round thy happy heart,
AM mai the beams of peace and love
Ne'er from thy glowing soul depart.
Farewell 1 all dreams are still with thee,
Hast thoa one tender thought of me?
My joye like summer birds may fly,
My hopes like summer bl o om B depart,
But there's one flower that cannot aie.
Thy holy memory La my heart;
No dews that one flower's cup may fill,
No eun-light to its leaves bo given,
BUt it will Uve and flourish still,
A? deathless as a thing of Heaven.
My soul greets thine, unmasked, unsought,
Hast thou for me one gentle thought?
Farewell 1 farewell 1 my far-off friend !
Between us broad, bino rivers flow,
And forestB wave and plains extend
And mountains in the sun-light glow:
The wind that breathes upon thy brow
Xs not the wind that breathes on minc,
The starboams shining on thee now
Are not the hearns that on me shine.
Bat memory's ?pell is with me yet
Cane't thoa the nely part forget?
The bitter tears that thou and I
May shed whene'er by anguish bowed,
Exalted into tho noontide sky,
May meet and mingle in the cloud;
And inns, my much loved friend, though we,
Far, far apart must live and move,
Onr souls, when God hath Bet them free,
Gan mingle in the world of love.
Tels were an ecstaoy to me
Say-would it be a joy to thee?
OB TH H
FORTUNES OF JULIET CLAYBURN.
A Tale of the Palmetto State.
"Oh, justa slight indisposition," said
Earl, carelessly; "nothing of any im?
portance: in a few days, I'll be all right
Affectionately, she laid her hand on
his head, starting baok in surprise.
"My dear Earl, yon have this moment
a hotter fever than Juliet. Pray, do not
think of starting to the university to?
morrow. Stay here, where yon can
reooivo proper nursing."
"I really am compelled to go," an?
swered Earl, with a rueful face. "No?
thing but stern necessity could force me
into the measure. I have delayed, as
long as delay is possible, and now I must
return to my lonely rooms. What a1
dolefnl prospect! Nobody to greet me
with a smile-nobody to care for nie
nobody to nnrse mel Ughl isn't an old
bachelor a wretched animal?"
"Deoidedly," agreed Mrs. Thurlow.
"I have been sermonizing you on that
subjeot for two or three years past.
Why don't you get a wife, my son?"
"Why don't I buy a ready-made Para?
dise at once?" retorted Earl. "Simply
because the thing is not exaotly practica?
"But the analogy between the two
things does not hold good," said Mrs.
Thnrlow. "Your eelibaoy wonld sur?
prise me, Earl, if I did not know how
yon have been wedded to books and
literary pursuits. But I sincsrely advise
yon, my son, to take nnto yourself a wife.
Yon are comfortably settled in yonr pro?
fession, yon can always make a support,
and, after your early struggles and trials,
yon should allow yourself the pleasure of
domestic happiness. I never saw a man
more calculated to enjoy home life, more
entirely domestic in disposition, than
yourself. Mind, I do not profess to say
the prospectivo Mrs. Von Oppenheim
must not be endowed with an nnnsual
degree of patience, and no small amount
of discretion, in order to counteract
defects in your mental organization; but
on the whole, Earl, I have no doubt you
wonld make a moat devoted and exem?
"Indeed I would!" exclaimed Earl,
enthusiastically. "It is an incontroverti?
ble fact, and, at all events, in a year or
two, I intend asking somebody to try
"Why procrastinate?" inquired Mrs.
Thnrlow. "Why not marry before a
year or two?"
"I have heard it whispered about,"
answered the gentleman, "I do not pro?
fess to know with what degree of truth,
that matrimony is an expensive luxury,
and a wife an extravagant institution.
Yon know, I have always lived up to my
income, heretofore; but if these things
possess the merit of truth, it would only
be the part of wisdom to lay up enough
filthy inore to begin with, at any rate.
Then, besides, in a year or two, I could
get into the way of economical habits,
and cultivate that martyr spirit of pa?
tience and fortitude necessary to a man
on the point of assuming suoh grave
responsibilities in life."
Mrs. Tharlow laughed at his face and
his serio-comic manner.
"But why not marry a rich woman at
onoe?" she asked, "tho plan is coming
into high reputo, as a famously nice way
of speculation in funds, and at the same
time, a capital mode of securing a com?
fortable support for oneself, without the
sweat of the brow. Say, Earl, why not
marry a rich wife?"
"They're not so plentiful," replied
Earl, "are generally either old or ugly,
and besides, there are too many bidders
in market for articles in that line.
The demand exceeds the supply. "
Mrs. Thnrlow mused a moment.
"Have yon any intention of addressing
"Not the slightest-not the remotest
idea," declared Earl, with marked em?
phasis. "It would be all for worser and
no better. I wonld as soon think of lead?
ing resurrected Xantippe to the byrne
ala) alter, for that is whetshe'll prove to
the unfortunate eon. of Adana who gets
her." . g 1 <".-a:
Again Tuio. Thurlow laughed.
"For roy part," ehe said, '1 wouldn't
have the temerity to whisper sneh bold
words, under the setts roof with her,
andT think it is well for you, young
man, that she happens to bo out this
Karl was engaged in a brown study,
and made no reply.
"Then, my suspicions are correct," re?
sumed Mrs. Tharlow, "and yon are an
aspirant for the hand of Blanche Bab?
Karl was disappointed-he had almost
hoped she was going to say Juliet Clay?
burn. Of course, you perceive, how?
ever unfortunate premature discovery
might be, in some respects, it would not
be Karl's fault, unless he was the imme?
diate instrument of that disooveiy.
"Have I convicted you so strongly,
that you are actually dumb-founded?"
asked Mrs. Thurlow.
"I was just thinking about Blanche,"
said Karl; "she's certainly a pretty crea?
ture and will mako some man a sweet
wife. But, think you not, 'it would be
madness in a poor dog like myself to as?
pire to her hand?"
"By no means," returned Mrs. Thur?
low. "Blanche will be rich enough in
her own right, to afford marrying a poor
man. There will be no difficulty, I
think, in bringing abont the match.
With Judge Babbitt, you are a decided
"But he is suoh a devout mammon
worshipper," affirmed Karl, "lam cer?
tain he thinks, as a general thing, a poor
man is but one degree removed from a
"But he would not make mero wealth
a sine qua non for Blanche's husband, ii
other things suited."
"It is barely possible. Blanche her?
self might have a Bay-so in the matter,"
said Karl, smiling.
"Without catering to your vanity,
which, by the way, Karl, is not ono of
those frailties alluded to in tho earlier
part of our conversation, I think if you
exert your powers, you can, undoubted?
ly, secure the good graces of Blanche.
I've sot my heart on tho match, so you
can count upon my hearty co-opera?
"I beg you to postpone tho opening
operations of tho campaign," said Karl;
"I seo no proapeot of my marrying for
"Pshaw!" exclaimed Mrs. Thurlow,
"you are just making difficulties whore
none exist. If you aro such a phlegma?
tic, tardy lover, I behove I ?hall postpone
operations altogether. I would uot ad?
vise you, Kuri, to marry a woman for
whom you feel no affection."
"Nor do I desire euch a consummation
for myself," said the gentleman; "so I
will wisely wait and seo if it is genuine
love I feel for Blanche."
"This is all nonsense," replied his com
pauion; "you are either striving to de?
ceive me, Karl, or else you do not love
Blanche. When a man of your tempera?
ment loves, there is no waiting or watch?
ing or speculating on your own feelings,
hut the spark of love blazes from tho
first and quickly leaps up into a consum?
Karl was leaning his head on his
hand, staring vacantly into the red coals
in the grate. He sighed deeply. Mrs.
Thurlow again walked np to him and
began smoothing his forehead.
' "I will give you some medicine to?
night, Karl-and really don't think of
leaving in the morning."
"It must be terribly boring to be
sick," observed Karl, looking up into
her face; "to be compelled to lie in bed
all day and all night, with nothing to
amuse your mind, and then suffering
bodily pain, too. O-o-ob! I hopo I
will not be sick. Do you think Juliet
suffers much pain?"
"Yes-a good deal; butshebears it like
a lamb. She seems low-spirited and dis?
tressed in mind also, which troubles me
more than anything else ubout her; but
I suppose it is only the natural conse?
quence of her being away from home at
such a time. Then, too, she says she is
almost crazy to see Rudolph. This after?
noon, after train time, she asked me seve?
ral times if ho had not come; and
although she strenuously endeavored to
hido her emotion from me, I distinctly
eaw a tear fall, when I told her ho would
probably not return for several day3 yet.
It is truly wonderful to witness the
affection those two children bear for each
other. I never saw anything like it. It
dates back from the very first day-nay,
the very first hour of her arrival in Ash?
burn. I wish Budolph was hero. He
could go up and talk with her occasion?
ally, and help to vary the monotony of
the sick-room. She is so tired of it, she
says. This afternoon, she actually tried
to sit up, and implored me to let hor
dross, and come down kin the drawing
room; she thought if shccould hear some
of your music, it would amuse and cheer
TO BE CONTINUED.
fiGEO. W. WILLIAMS & GO.,
Cotton Factors and Bankers,
?layne Street, Charleston, S. C.
WILLIAMSTB?RNIE & co.,
65 beaver street and 20 Exchange Plaoo,
Jan ? NEW YORK. _ ?mo
ALEX. Y. LEE,
Architect, V1 vii ami Hydraulic YCngliictr.
GENERAL Agent for the State of South Ca
r rohna for Monle's Patent EARTH CLO?
SET. Nov 10
Thor burn's Garden Seeds.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS and ONION
SETS, at wholesale and retail.
Jan 14 EDWARD HOPE.
rj?\ R?XES COMMON TOBACCO, at low
i \ f figures.
30 boxes Fair Chewing Tobacco.
4 boxes Extra Rook City Chowing Tobacoo.
4 boxes Common wealth Chewing Tobaeco.
10 boxes Rose Bud Chewing Tobacco.
Jaly 80 JOHN C. BEEGBB&
--f-? ii Pi i (.i i :
J T I S A FACT
THAT the colobrbtod perfected SPECTA?
CLES and EYE GLASSES, manufactured
by Lazaras & Morris, Hartford, Connecticut,
strengthens and preserves tho Eyes-assists
tho Bight moat brilliantly, and lasts a great
many years without chango.
I8AAC 8ULZBACHER, Jeweler,
Columbia Hotel Row, ia the aole appointed
Agent in Columbia, 8. C., and vicinity, for thor
aale. Deo SO ly
Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of
the South Carolina Railroad Com?
pany, and of the South-western Rail?
THE annnal meeting of tho Stockholders of
tho above institutions will bo held in the
City of Charleston, on tho second TUESDAY
in February next, thc 8th of tho month. Placo
of meeting", Hall of the South-western Rail?
road Bank, on Broad Street. Hour of con?
vening, ll o'clock a. m.
On thc day following, Wednesday, the 9th,
thero will bo an election held at tho same
placo, between tho hours of 9 a. m. and 3 p.
m., for fifteen Directors of the Railroad Com?
pany, and thirteen Directors of tho Bank. A
Committee to verify proxies will attend.
The following amendment to Articlo 1st,
Section 2d. of tho By-Laws, proposed at tho
last annnal mooting, will como np for action at
this: Amend Article let. Section 2d of tho By
Laws, by striking ont tho worda "three
months" in tho sixth line, and inserting "thirty
days." Tho portion of the Articlo in which
tho amendment is proposed now reads: "Nor
shall any Stockholder voto at any general or
other election who shall not have hold in his
own right tho shares on which ho offers to
voto at least thrco months previous to such
Stockholders will bo paosod as usual over
tho Road to and from tho meeting, fr??e of
chargo, in accordance with the resolution of
tho Convention of 1834. J. R. EMORY,
Jan 16 mtu Secretary.
Manufactured by tho
Navassa Guano Co., Wilmington N. C.,
In Bags or Barrels.
nni?IS FERTILIZER is prepared with thc
I utmost care, and contains every constitu?
ent desirable for any crop to which it may be
applied. It is especially adapted to tho growth
COTTON, CORN, CEREALS,
And all kinds of
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
It ie manufactured of tho same material from
which tho celebrated
PATArsco GUANO Co.'s PnosrnATE
Ie prepared, and refcronco is mado to that
Company, (CO South streot, Balti?
more, ) for its efficiency, qua?
lity and uniformity.
R. R. BRIDGERS. President.
DONALD MACRAE, Treasurer and Secretary,
Wilmington, N. C.
LONDON A JONES, Agents,
Jan 21 t3mo Rock Hill. 8. C.
German Cattle Powder.
tftCffWffH FOR tho cure and prevention of ?.!)
HM diseases to which Oxen, Milch
J^Jt r"qrBi Sheep and Hogs are subject,
farmers, Drovers and others will find this an
escollen t Medicine, and none should be without
it. It purifies tho blood, carries off all gross
humors, and thus prevents disease. It im?
proves their appearance and condition. When
cattle aro oppressed with heat, fatigue and in
low spirits, a few doses will restore them. For
Milch Cows, it is an invaluable powder when
calving; it increases the quantity and richness
of the milk and improves their worth. To
have good cattlo, tako caro of them. This
Powder is for sale only at the Drug Store of
Dec 10 t FISHER & HEINITSH.
SOME dealers in this city have been in doubt
that I could hold out supplying them with
Reer this summer. I now Inform tho public
that I have a large supply of old Lager Beer
on hand, which 1 put against any Beer brought
from the North, or even imported from Ger?
many, as to purity and strength. I am ready
to test it by thc Beer scale.
Ang20_ _??1T ^EEGERS.
DR. W. H. TliTT'S
SARSAPARILLA ASH QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
Vegetable Liver Pills,
Improved Hair Dye, For salo bv
Feb 27 ly_ E^ E. JACK80 N.
aRESPECTFULLY informs his
friends and enstomera that he has
removed tn hie new establishment,
formerly Kinsler's building, on the
corner of Richardson and Taylor
streets, where he will constantly koep on hand
a carefully selected assortment of
COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA,
Hams, Sn^ar-curcd Shr.uldere-,
Fulton Market Beef,
Herring and Codfish.
Flour, Men], Rice, etc.
Canned Lobsters and Oysters, Sardines, etc.
Raisins, Currants, Prunes, Canned Fruits,
Jellies and Pickles.
His stock of Liquors and Wines
'^^^^^?^^^^^^^^ Oh amp agne, eto^
all of well-known brands, both
WHOLBSAIiE AND RETAIL.
He will always have in bis New Store a full
SMOKING TOBACCO of Richmond, Lynoh
bnrg and Baltimore manufactures, in half,
quarter and otu -eighth pound packages.
SEGAR8-both home manufacture and im?
And CHEWINO TOBACCO of different
Besides every article belonging lo a first
Gratoful for paet favors, and determined to
leave no honorable means untried to retain
the good will of all who Lave favored mo
hitherto, and who may hereafter favor me
with their custom, I will be happy to receive
the kind patronage, both of my ola friends and
of the pnblle in general. O. DIBRCKI.
&&~Sendfor Catalogues and Price-Lists.
July 30 ly
<- - - -^^TfTT^T^^Tf
^?r^ S~~\ THE POLLOCK HOUSE BES
si^v j ,*/ TAUHANT in now in complete work
^Sfc*^ lug order. OYSTERS will be served
up iu every stylo and iu the beat mannor. Fa?
milies supplied in any quantity. _ jfeji
Also, GAME in season; besides ?gHMrfH
REFRESHMENTS of every kind.?9
Tho BILLIARD ROOM is again in
n ^operation. Tables from beet
a&STBf^gx?B makers. T. M. POLLOCK.
^lYLy Oct 28 Proprietor.
PAYSLMGBR & FRANKLIN, Proprietor*.
y^aatfc. THE above boneo is convenient ly
UHk located on Main street-kept on
,1} ^F.nrnneiin plan, with large, well-fur
niahed Rooms. Tablo supplied with the best
tbo market a fiords. Also, finest Norfolk OYS?
TERS. WILD GAME and FISH, of all kinda,
served in any stylo, hy an experienced cook.
Board, with or without lodgings, by tho week
or day, at moderato rates, and meals served at
all boura, without oxtra charge.
In BAR attached, will always bo foundry
finest WINES, ALES, Liquors, Segara, Ac.un?
T. M. PAVSrSOEB, C. n. FRANKLIN.
THE CAROLINA HOUSE,
RICHARD BARRY, Proprietor,
tIS conveniently localed and easily ac?
cessible from Main street, being on Wash?
ington, near Sumter. Tho very best of
I LIQUORS always on hand. Tom and Jorry,
Flip, Hot Punches, and other winter beve?
rages, prepared at short notice. Nov 30
IHK ?SLY TRUE IIKINITSU'S
GERMAN HORSE POWDER,
Deutsches Pferde Pulver.
^ THIS Celebrated POWDER is
. .i^hfl prepared from the old German
I afipiiaay vja Recipe, and is the only genuino
f*?"TTlL_]W German Horse Powder as made
. H??MB3HBMBI?jy "Heiniteh." It is specially in?
tended for diseases to which the Horse is sub?
I The extraordinary virtues of thia norse
j Powder are attested to hy thousands, and for
i fifty years has stood and atill stands first in
tho estimation of all experienced Farmers,
Agriculturists and Farriers, aa the heat medi?
cine for thc Horse. It ia composed of roots
and herbs carefully combined with tonics, and
may be given in all cases where disease exists.
For INDIGESTION, DISTEMPER, Hide?
bound, Drowsiness, Loas of Appetite, Inward
Sprains, Debility, Wasting of Flesh, Sore
Eyes, Swelled Legs. Grouse, Mange. Surfeit,
old Cougha.Exhaustion from Work. It carries
off R11 foul humora, purities and cools tho blood,
and prevents horace becoming stiff and foun?
dered. It ia a stimulous for weak stomachs,
and rendcra thc limbs and skin soft and fine,
giving a smooth coat to tho -jA
hair, and transforms tho ill J&tt\
conditioned and sick to health. f^ffiCr^a
beauty and spirit. Prcpared^jTt/^^t^fc
only by E. H. H EINIT8H, Phar- VT^' f
maoist, Columbia, H. C. Dec 10
Oak Bark ! Oak Bark !
WANTED, at tho Columbia Taunt rv. 100
Cords OAK BARK. Apply to
N23 J. P. THOMASft OP..'Oolnmbia. 9. ?
Fire & Life Insurance Agency.
Established in Columbia, 8. C., 1849.
CAPITAL. REPRESENTED, S4O.OOO.0O0.
WILLIAM R. HOWARD,
Flour Dealer and Com minion Merchant,
JVo. 2 Spear's Wharf, Baltimore, Md.
/"> OOD to Choice Fine, Super, Extra and
VT FAMILY FLOUR, suitable for retailing,
constantly on h and._Jan 22 gmo
GEORGE PAGE & CO.
HAN L' FACT U UK BB OP
PATENT PORTABLE OIRGDLAR
Also Stationary and Portable /ilk.
Stettin Engines,, &o, H\
No. 5 Bohroeder Btreet, / \v
FI SE DEPARTMENT.
Imperial, of London, (in gold) $8,000,000
yEtna, of Hartford, - - - 5,500,000
Insurance A Savings, Richmond, Va., 1,000,000
Merchants, Hartford, ... 600,000
Southern Mutual, Richmond, - 250.000
North American, Hartford, . - 500,000
LIFE DEPA R1 MENT.
Piedmont A Arlington, Richmond, $1,500,000
Connecticut Mutual, Hartford, - 25,000,000
GEO. HUGGINS, Agent,
Omeo in rear of Messrs. Duffie A Chapman's,
Under the Columbia Hotel Rodding,
Nov 26 4rao__Columbia S. C.
Fine Gold Watch Chains
OF all the latest otyles, for Ladies and Gen?
tlemen, Tor sale hy WILLIAM GLAZE.
Boots, Shoes and B
AT THE M AM MO
MEW GOODS FOR
MRS- I have just received a vc
Un;,, ^\ Misses' and Children's 1
jBSttt&ki hands, nud bought at li
^BWHi5!^?bro??ht to tu>3 market Bin
widths and sizes, and the attention of bu
down from (his date.
Call and seo for yourselves, at the sign
of Columbia Hotel.
ETI W AN
Soluble Manures a
MANUFACTURED at Charleston, under tl
the Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosphate
SOLUBLE PHOSPHORIC ACTO, in tho fori
DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE, ia the bash
in the ratio of Soluble Phosphoric Acid which i
The immense deposits of Phosphoric Guan?,
lina, by Dr. PRATT, ooneleta mainly of Insolul
as a Fertilizer by being ground to powdor, and
as to make its insoluble phosphate soluble in ?
by growing planta. The insoluble Phosphat?
mora value to the plant than tin original Phos
Soluble Phosphate wbioh any Fertilizer COntaii
consequently the cheapest Fertilizer is that cc
Impressed with these truths, the Sulphuric A
at Charleston, the first extensive Acid Chumbe
planters the highest per oentago ot Soluble Ph
Their Fertilizers are offered under two forms
I. Etlwan, No. 1_PURE SOLUBLE PHOS
Dissolved Rone Phosphate of Lime, too per toi
?. Etlwan. No. ?.-PERUVIAN SUPER-PI
of Dissolved Rone Phoaphate. and ll to 8 nor e
Peruvian Guano to adapt it to all Crops, $70 pe
DI8SOLVED DONE, of high grade, for plant
into any other compost, and we suggest that tl
faoturers to transport the Snlphnno Acid conti
for each per oentago. [Jan 1 Arno]
R. O'NKALK A HON, Agent*, Columbia.
J. fj|. ROBSON. Commi?s^n Merchant
S?B. 1 AND S ATLANTIC WHARF.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAYING am plo mc an B fur advances, abuei
ness eipeiiefcoe of twenty vours, and
confining himseir strictly to a COMMISSION
Bosnrxss, without operating on his own ac?
count, respectfully solicits consignments ol
Cotton, Floor, Wheat, Corn, etc.
Shippers of Produce to him may. at their
option, have their consignments sold either in
Charleston or New York; thus having the ad?
vantage of two markets, without extra com?
Bishop W. M. Wightman,?. C.; Col. Wm.
Johnson, Charlotte, N.e.; llev. T. O. Summers,
Tennessee; Hon. John F.King, Augusta, Ga.;
Messrs. George W. Williams i Co., Charles?
ton. R. C.; Messrs. Williams, Taylor A Co..
New York. April 28+lv
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AS? ALL W3f.\M> Or THE
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TIIBT Ant aCCOMMEXSES CT TI1E
MEDICAL FA C T-7 X. T "V.
HEOEMAN ?Sc ?CO.,
A.O JESTS, JfEW YOU Ii.
Manufactnred by C. F. PANKNIN,
CQZUST ACT AP0TH2CAB7,
CHAR IJ E S T O N", .S. C.
JKS"l'or Sale l<y Druggists livery?whcre.~*&
Feb 5 +ly
STOLL, WEBB di CO.,
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS,
DomeeticStore. ???0 ST,, , Lace Store.
Feb 27 CHARLESTON. S. C. ly
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS pleasantly located HO?
TEL, unsurpassed by any
House in the Houth for comfort
and healthy locality, is now
open t?TTraYelerH and others seeking accom?
modations. Families can bo furnished with
nice, airy rooms on reasonable terms. "A call
is solicited." My Omnibus will bo found at
the different depot?-passengers carried to
and from the Hotel free of charge.
Nov 3 WM. A. WRIGHT.
THE Proprietors tako pleaeuroin announc?
ing thia elegantly-furnish cd Establishment
i now open for the accommodation of guests.
The table will always be supplied with every
; delicacy of the season-both from the New
fork and Charleston markets, and no efforts
?ill bo spared to give perfect satisfaction, in
very respect, to our patrons. FREE LUNCH
i the refectory every dav from ll until 12*.
May 30 H. H. RADENHOF.
THE groat SOUTHERN TONIC and Invigo
rant, is for Bale by DB. C. H. MIOT,
i Nov 21 Druggist, Columbia. 8. C.
lats for the Million !
TH SHOE HOUSE.'
THE NEW YEAR!
;ry large stock of Ladies', Gent's,
.'INE WORK, direct from first B|
>w figures-certainly tho fi neat JB
ice tho war, and in all colora and ^^^^?W
yers is solicited, ns goods will be marked
of the Big Boat and H:it, one door North
nd Sulphuric Acid,
ie diroctioi; of Dr. N. A. PRATT, Chemist for
m of SOLURLE PHOSPHATE OF LIME, or
i of all good Fertilizers, and these are valuable
s in them.
?s which were discovered in 1807 in Kouth Caro
?le Fhosphato of Lime, which is mado available
? rodncea by Sulphuric Acid to Buch a condition
.ater, and thus made capable of being taken up
. found in any commercial Fertilizer is of no
phalo ruck. The greRtrrtho proportion of this
us, the less the quantity required per acre, and
tntaining the highest "per ceutage of Solublo
cid ?.nd Scper-Phofphate Company have erected
if. South ol Rtltimoro, and aro able to ofl\-r to
ospbate of Lime known in any market.
41'flATE, guaranteed to contain 2-i per cent, of
ii, 10 per cent, discount for cash.
10HPHATE, guaranteod to contain 20 per cent.
ont. nf Ammonia, with a sufficient addition of
ir ton. 10 per oent. discount for caeb.
tere or manufacturera, who may desire to mix
bis is the best and cheapest method for mann
lined in the mixture. Will be sold at fixed rate
WM. O. BBB <St CO. Agent?,
No. 14 Adger's Wharf, Charleston. 8. C.
Exchange of Bonds.
OTOO* CHABLOTTE, COLUMBIA & A. B. R. Co.,
COLOMBIA, S. C., November 18.1869.
THE Stockholders of the Charlotte And
Sooth Carolina, and the Columbia and An?
gosta Railroad Companies in joint Convention,
July 8,1869, having consolidated and autho?
rized tho issuance ny this Company of its First
Mortgage Seven per cent. Coupon BONDS, to
bo used for the purpose of retiring th? Ronda
of said two Companies, respectively, the un?
dersigned hereby gives notice of his readi?
ness to make the Exchange of the BONDS.
Tho Coupon due January 1,1870, wiil be at?
tached to tho New Bonds. This ieauo of Bonds
for tho purpose designated, will amount to
$1,200,000, which is equivalent to a lien of onlv
about $C,0C0 per mile on this Company's road
of 196 miles. As a security, they are regarded
us ocing better than any heretofore issued by
cither of tho two Companies named, and aro
confidently commended as one of the best In?
vestments now offered in the Southern States.
_?ov!1_ O. H. MAN8QN, Treasurer.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
DEPOSITS OF $1 & UPWARDS RECEIVED.
INTEREST A h LO WED A T THE RA TE 0.
HEVEN VER CENT. PER ANNUM,
ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX FER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIX
MONTHS ON ACCO UNTS.
Wade Hampton, President.
John B. Palmer, ) VT???_T>?-IA*.*.
John P. Thomas, \ Vice-Pr?sidents.
Thomas E. Gregg, Cashier.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Hampton, Columbia.
William Martin, Columbia.
F. W. MoMastcr, Columbia
A. C. Haskell, Columbia.
J. P. Thomas. Columbia.
E. H. Heinitsn, Columbia.
John B. Palmer, Columbia.
Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge, Charleston.
Daniel Ravenol, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or?
phans and others may here deposit their sav?
ings and draw a liberal rate of interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Men and Trustees
wishing to draw intcreet on their funds until
they require them for business or other pur?
poses: Parents desiring to set apart smaU
suma for their children, and Married Women
and Minors (whoso deposits can only be with?
drawn hy themselves, or, in case of death, by
their legal representatives,) wiehing to lay
aside funds for futuro usc. aro here afforded
an opportunity of depositing their moans
where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
tho samo time, bo subject to withdrawal when
needed. _Aug 18
Or Blood Cleanser.
TRIS medicine is known to the faculty as
being tho concentrated finid extraot of
Sarsaparilla, united with other valuable medi?
cinal herbs, and is guaranteed as chemically
puro. For thc euro of
KCHOFI L A A NU CONHl'MPTIOK.
This remedy is compounded expressly for
purifying and cleansing the blood of all in?
firmities, going at once to the fountain-head
of disease. It extinguishes
Tumors, Consumption, Syphilis, Skin Erup?
tions. Salt Rheum, Roils, Rheumatism,
Waste of Vitality, Scrofula.
We all know that the promiscuous vaccina?
tion indulged in during the late war bred the
most villainous diseases. Vaccination pns was
taken from the anus of many persons foll of
Then of course tho impurities of the scrofu?
lous patient were absorbed in the blood of men
otherwise without diseases, and both became
infected aliko. Men, women and children
throughout all tbs West are most wofoily
diseased from this cause, and knew not, until
a few months ago, the origin of it.
Henry's Constitution Renovator
Relieves tho entire system of pains and aches,
enlivens tho spirits, and sends new blood
ROUNDING THROUGH EVERY VEIN.
It imparts a
s rAUK 1.1 NO BRIGHTNESS TO THE EYE,
A ROSY GLOW TO THE CHEEK,
A ROBY TINOS TO TBE LOTS,
A CLEARNESS TO THE HBAD, -
RRIOHTNESS TO THE COMPLEXION,
BUOYANCY TO THE Srmnra,
AND HAprixESB ON ALLISTDES.
For all affections of the kidneys it is unsur?
People have been rescued, as it were, from
tho very jaws of death, by a timely use of this
EXTRACTS THOM VARIOUS LETTEES.
"Doctor, I wau vaccinated in the hospital.
Before that I bad no skin disease. Until I had
a:bottle of your 'Constitution Renovator,'
sent me by Mr. Roper, of Columbia, Mo., 1
Buffored tortures with running sores. Since I
used two bottles I am well, excepta small sore
on the calf of my left leg, and that is getting
This from a lady: "And now my skin ia as
clear and fair as a babe's. My complexion,
thanks to your 'Renovator,' is beautiful."
"Yes, yes, I may well say such relief was
i unknown to me before. Enclosed find .five
j dollars for sil bottles; two families here want
; lo try it."
' "I was very much troubled with syphilis.
Your remedy seems to be curing me fast. Send
four bottles per Express/'
i "No more rheumatism. Tbrco bottles of
I Constitution Renovator have made me a new
j "Doctor, enclosed find $5. Please send me
: a supply. Two families here want to try your
j Constitution Renovator.''
Wo have not epacc for more of tho above ex?
tracts, but you can ask your neighbor about
tho remedy' Every one bas something good
' to say, as it cures every time.
For ail disoases of the
KIDNEYS, RETENTION OE THE UBINE, ?C., AC.
I And for Female Diseases, Nervous Prostra?
tion, Weakness, Genoral Lassitude and Want
j of Appetite, it is unsurpassed.
I CAUTION. -In ordering nnr remedy,always
j place tho number of our Post Office Box on
vonr letters. Tho new law in our Now York
Pout Office compels this. Address,
DH. M. E. HENRY & CO.,
^Director-General Berlin Hospital, Prussia.
Agency of the United States,
Laboratory, 276 Pearl street,
Post Oflico Box 6.272, New York.
?S- CONSTITUTION RENO rAT?B is $1
per bottle, six bottles for $6. Sent anywhere
on receipt of price. Patients are requested to
j correspond confidentially, and reply will bo
, made by following mail,
j Bold hy all respectable Druggists.
A I M A ll 1 H
j SARRACENIA BITTERS,
A sovereign remedv for
And diseases arising from a disordered con?
dition of the Stomach and Liver. Prepared by
G. W. AIMAR, Chemist and Druggist,
469 King, corner Vanderhorst street,
.Tan ll ly Charleston, South Carolina.
?ar SOLD BY ALL D RUO GISTS. "V