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HAGISO^lIiTi /\ TVTZ",
if a- I 111 i i ?-1'-iinuT ?mm n Wtft 11-'-1
OR Uk? Other Bid?.
Wa go oar ways in lifo too much ?lons;
We bold ourselves too far from alt oar kind;
Too often we are deaf to sigh and moan;
Too often to the weak and helpless blind;
Too often, where dialres* ?nd want ?hld?.
We tarn aod pass upon the other side.
The other side is trodden smooth, ?nd worn
By footsteps passing idly all the day:
Where lie tho bruised ones who faint and
I j mourn
Is. seldom more than an nntrodden way.
Oar eolflah hearts aro for our feet the guide;
They lead os ail upon tho other aide.
It should be ours the oil and wine to pour
Into the bleeding wounds of stricken ones;
To take the smit ten, and the sick and sore,
And bear them where the stream of blessing
Instead, we look about, the way is wide,
And so we pass by on tho other side.
Oh, friends and brothers, gliding down tho
Humanity is calling oach and all
In tender accents, born of grief and tears!
I pray, you listen to tho thrilling calli
Toucan not, [in your Beulah pride,
Pass guiltless on the ?other side.
FORTUNES OF JULIET CLAYBURN.
"He did not intend it," said Rudolph.
"He swears he didn't! If I thought he
did so intend, aa near as he is to me, I
Trodd shoot him! Such a d-d rascally
trick! But he really intended to be
married, Juliet, the other night, and
that confounded accident prevented.
He was on the train coming, you know,
when it happened. But now, that the
?wedding night has passed, and he can?
not save yon the. mortification of being
a waiting bride, he-he-"
"He has decided to fulfil the contract
in which his affect iona are most interest?
ed-is that it Rudolph ?"
"He might have been honorable
enough to tell me before," said Juliet.
"He had every opportunity. . Instead ol
that he deceived me by stating falsely
that Gretchen had rejected him."
"She did rejeot him the first time he
addressed her, but when he offered him?
self again, she accepted. I wish she
had never been born to interfere in youi
"Fray, don't talk such nonsense," said
Juliet, sharply. "It is no fault of hors
she can't help his loving her, and oughl
not certainly to be mode responsible foi
hia want of constancy. A little nandoi
and kindness on his part would hav<
softened this blow-but to deceive m<
so cruelly! I couldn't have treated r
brute as he has treated mel A week agc
I told him he loved that woman, and il
you oould have heard his earnest pro
testntious to me thenl Rudolph, I don'
believe thero is snoh a thing as truth ic
Slowly she drew the memorable rinj
from her finger, murmuring "beautiful
fatal thing." Looking at the inscriptioi
within for a moment, she exclaimed in i
voice of passionate scorn :
"Fidelis ad urnam-faithful tint?
death 1 What do you think of that Ru
dolph? It suits the present occasion ud
mirably, does it not?"
But suddenly her mood changed an<
placing the ring in Rudolph's bands sb?
said in faltering accents: "Give him thi
Rudolph, and please dou't ever mentioi
his name to me again. Dear Rudolpl
do not be so much distressed about it
I shall get over it somehow. Don't yoi
see what an easy thing it is to forget
Earl used to say, he loved me so mud
better than I did him, und see hov
bravely he got over it. Now-only tw<
short years, remember, since beloved m
BO well-he caste me from him for anothei
I cannot forgive him just yet you know
but-but I will pray God to help me s
to do in time."
The crushed flower emitted a sweete
fragrance now, than when it bloomed i
beauty ! Rudolph went almost ia tem
from the room.
Juliet fell on her knees beside tb
"Mother! Mother! Alas! could you sc
your poor ehild noto. Karl was a tru
prophet ou tho river bank-I will neve
be his wife." With aroused apprehei
sions Rudolph returned to the parlo:
Juliet was lying on tho floor white an
senseless. He jerked the bell frunticull;
"Where is grand-mother ? Uucl
Clayburn ? Is nobody about the house?
"Mrs. Richard Thurlow is in her room
said the house-maid, who had auswere
the bell. "Run, for God Buke, and te
her Miss Juliet is iu ono of her drem
ful swooning spellu. She must con
The frightened servant was airead
half way up the steps.
"Ah, well a da\ !
Hearts ovei tlow;
Joy Aita away;
Sweet thing.t decay.'"
"Thc grave of all things hath its violet.''
"There lies a vale in Ida lovelier
Than all tho valleys of Ionian hills."
Beautiful Orkney! Hallowed shrin
on whoso sacred ni tar waa poured tl
spirit iucense of carly years! Sweet cr
die of my youth; brightest spot in tl
golden realm of memory! A bloomil
Eden-scene, which to know is almost
adore! Embowered art thou amid
majestic hills, sequestered far from tl
din of worldly strife, neath warm ai
glowing skies, than which Ital ia's ben
teous clime can boast no richer tit
Since I \?ade adieu to thy encbantii
scenes-since I lust sut underneath t
sheltering arch of thy luxuriant giov
since I breathed tho flagrance of t!
perfumed airs; since I listened to t
pnrling of thy pebbled brook, and gaz
upon the starry lustre of thy skie?, ot li
prospects have wooed mo with tho witt
ery of their power; other skies ba
looked etherial blue; other flowers ha
gleamed from clustering emerald leuv<
other birds have warbled forth their tai
fol lays, and other skies hare shed upon
menthe serenity of their light; bat none,
ob, earliest and best-loved obriue o? ruy
heart, none like to thine! Thou- art still
tho oiysium of my youthfnl fauoy, the
fairy-spot which first charmed -in the
bright ?ug-timo of hf*, when ?be ho?
rizon ot hope waa yet ?lided with the
meteor-flame of happiness. Amidst thy
green woods and fields, ?nd streams, my
awakened soul first heard the voice of
nature-first know the beauty o? her
smile, the sublimity of her tears, the
dread power of her frown; first under?
stood the language of her utterance
Kop ly of hors to our in to! lip, en ce."
Oit have I wandered with enchanted,
steps, beside the limpid curr?nt of thy
winding rill, whispering its soft music;
or sat ia some lonely glade, on velvet
tuft of brightest green; or rested, after
long rambles ia the woodland, in some
quiet nook, shaded by the untrimmed
eglantine, where the woodbine loved to
crawl and the timid wild flowers found a
lowly home. And in suoh bauntsl learned
to feel the seductive pleasures of contem?
plation, and to revel in the tendor com?
panionship of objects inanimate. Tho
modest greeting of the flowers were a
comprehended langnage to me; the
JEolean melodies swept by unseen hands,
in the green boughs of trees, became a
familiar music to my ear, and the upper
deep, with its white fret-work of olouds,
became au intelligible scroll to the eye,
imbued with the sweet contagion of its
own poetic inspiration. Thus my soul
drank in thy beanty, and nature no longer
wanted voice and life, for I made of her
"Idols, and out of wild and lonely flowers,
And rocks, whereby they grew, a paradise,
Where I did lay me down within the shade
Of waving trees, and dreamed uncounted
TO BB CONTINUED.
COLUMBIA, S. C., January, 1870.
The Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad Company having been formed
by the consolidation of the Charlotte and
South Carolina and the Columbia and
Augusta Railroad, and having executed
a first aud only mortgage on its entire
property of 105 miles, including equip?
ment, is now redeeming all the bonds
formerly issued by Raid two companies
by an exchange of its first mortgage
bonds. Tbeso bonds bear seven pei
cent, interest, payable in January and
July, aud are amply secured by a mort?
gage on property which cost per milo
more than three times the amount of
bonds so issued.
The presen t price of the stock and tho
business of the road give ample guaran?
tee of the security of the obligations for
a permanent investment. Indeed the
opinion is freely expressed, that there is
no safer bonds issued by any party or
corporation in the State, and they are
cheerfully commended to capitalists as a
For the purpose of funding the floating
debt of the Company, $50.000 of these
bonds ara offered for sale to the public,
at the Treasurer's Office in Columbia.
J16mw27 WM. JOHNSTON. Prea't.
\ NEW DISCOVERY ! !
'V I TAJZl A ;
Salvation for the Hair.
WITliONLSEDIMENT ! !
OPENT^niE LIGHT! ! !
For Restoring to Grandi air its
PHALON'S "ViTALL^^irTers ut?
terly from all tiy^iair coloring
It is lljwrpid, sweet smelling,
precUntates no muddy or slimy
parre no stain to the skin. Hold
it tcVhe light and it is clear and
clou^Jess. It leaves no mark on
the seato ; yet it reproduces in
gray hair>ii?natural color that
time or sicK??wifiniay have
bleached out of ltT^^?^
'is for one sole purpose. Jfiat of
reproducing,with absofute cer?
tainty, the naturalijcior of the
hair. It is noj^tnteiided as a
daily drcssiu^nor for removing
scurf or dandruff; nor for en
ring baJflness; nor for stimula?
ting t/e growth of thc hair.
Thesf objects may be accom?
plished after the color has been
hxed Vjtn tnc Vitalia, by Pha?
lon's Chemical Hair Invigo
THE VrrALi^s^a harmless
and unequaled predication for
the reproduction of lie origi?
nal hue of gray hair,alid noth- j
ing else. This is accomplished
in from two to ten applications,
according to the^pth of shade
required. Sc?Wroyall druggist.? !
rpHE great HOrmrfc.BN TONIC and Invigo
J. rant, is for sale by Da. C. H. MIOT,
MOT 21 Druggist, Columbia. S. C. 1
To tho Farmer?, Plantera & Gardener?.
" PH?iNE. "
"DETTER than Peruvian Guano for generat
X> sae. For Corn, Potatoes, Wheat* Bte,
Oats,' ?Buekwkeat, Millet,- Tornfps, Peas,
Beans, Beets, Carrots, Cabbagoo, Tomatoes.
For Graea and Glover, for Tree? ?nd Vines,
and, above all, the best Fertilizer for Cotton.
This new compound contains every valuable
ingredient contained in 8table Manure, ?nd is
the only Fertiliser which possesses euch a
combination of concentrated active fertilizing
materials, as Animal Matter, Blood, Hair,
Hoofs, ?to., with those activo Chemical Balta
required to support Vegetation. We challenge
the world for a better Manure. It ia cheaper
to bny a good article at first, and we can as?
sure our friends that tho Fertilizer we now
offer is the beat in the market. Plantera will
do well to call and examine the quality ?nd
learn the price, and leave their orders.
Wo endorse this Manure No adulteration,
no dirt, no ground stones or rocks-all pure.
For sale by FISHER A HEINITSH,
Feb 2 f Chemists and Druggists.
DICKSON'S IMPROVED COTTON SEED.
GROWN from Seed purchased directly of
Mr. David Dickson, in 1807, und carefully
preserved from mixing or adult?ration with
I ? ill deliver the Seed, sacked in good order,
at the Louisville Depot, South Carolina Rail?
road, at (2.00 per bushel, for any amount un?
der 5 bushels, or at $1.50 por bushol, for al)
amounts in excess of 5 bushels.
A. P. AMAKER, St. Matthew's, S. C.
I respectfully refer to the below named gen?
tlemen, who purchased Seed of mo lust spring,
tor ii formation touching the parity and supe?
riority of tho Sood, to wit: Hon. T. J. Good?
wyn, Dr. A. R. Taber, Fort Motto ; P. M. Hou?
ser, Esq., and Wm. Paulling, Esq., St. Mat?
thew's; L. R. Beckwith, Esq., Jamison's; and
Captain F. H. W. Briggmann and W. D. Muller,
Esq.. Orangeburg Court House ; all cf Orange
burg J^unty^^jU._Feb ll 8mo*_
Empire Shuttle Machine.
"WHY IS IT THE BEST}
IT RUNS OVER
Seams all right.
It will lake fifty
nt itches to the
inch finer than
any other Ma?
chino. It will
sow heavier and
than any other
Machine. It uses
any and every
kind of Thread.
It sews Starched
Goods as well an
sews the most delicate, thin, soft fabric with?
out drawing, lt sews a Rias Soam as well as
any other. W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Columbia Hotel building.
Nov 28 5mo S?le Agents.
MANUFACTURED BY THE NATIONAL
WATCH COMPANY, pronounced by
di a,ern and connoisseurs throughout tho coun?
try to be tho BEST TIME KEEPERS now of?
fered to the public for Ladies' or Gentlemen's
use. They combino improvements not found
in any other Watches of either Foreign or
American make. Ladies desirous of purchas?
ing a handsome, strong, and correct time?
piece will find the elegant Watch, bearing the
trade mark of "LADY ELGIN." to bo all that
they desire. Inquire of your Jeweler for tho
Lady Elgin. No movement* retailed by the
Company. Business Office and Salesroom Na?
tional Watch Company, I.V.? and 1G1 Lake
March 22 3m_
NICKERS ON HOUSE,"
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS pleasantly located HO?
TEL, unsurpassed by any
House in the South for comfort
_laud healthy locality, is now
open to Travelers and others seeking accom?
modations. Eu mili es can bo furnished with
nice, airy rooms on reasonable terms. "A call
is solicited." My Omnibus will bo found at
tho different depots-passengers carried to
and from the Hotel free of charge.
Nov 3_WM. A. WRIGHT.
Fruits and Vegetables-Prices Reduced.
PEACHES, 2 lb. cans, 25 cents each.
Lima Beaus, 2 lb. cans, 25 cents each.
Oreen Corn, 2 lb. cana 25 cents each.
Tomatoes, 2 lb. cans, 25 cents each.
Together with a full assortment of Pickles,
Jollies, Oysters, Lobsters, Sauces, Catsups,
Extracts, Sardines, Spices, Ac, Ac, at low
figures, always on hand and for sale by
Feb 20 J. A T. B. AGNEW.
THE CAROLINA HOUSE,
RICHARD BARRY, Proprietor,
SIS conveniently located and easily ac
cessible from Main street, being on Wash?
ington, near Sumter. Tho very beBt of
,UORS always on hand. Tom and Jerry,
Flip, Hot Punches, and other winter beve?
rages, prepared at short notice. Nov SO
To the Public in General.
IHATE bettor COTTON SEED than any
man who advertises Seed for sale. Mun.
is tho improved BOYD PROLIFIC, which ex
cols any other. The price is $2.50 ncr bushel.
A.i examination of my proofs will oo convinc?
ing. 1 refer to Jocob H. Wells and J. D. Hilt.
Call and look at tho growth, in Butcher Town.
I CyrL BARRELS IRISH POTATOES, in fine
For sale low for cash, by
Jun 18 EDWARD HOPF.
Fulton Market Piokled Reef.
Pickled Pig pork.
Pickled Salmon, for sale by
Mar-h H E. HOPE.
Tobacco ! Tobacco ' !
J?\ BOXES COMMON TOBACCO, at low
I " " figures.
30 boxes Fair Chewing Tobacco.
4 boxes Extra Rock City Chowing Tobacco.
4 boxes Commonwealth Chewing Tobacco.
10 boxes Rose Bud Chewing Tobacco.
Jiitv 20 JOHN O. SE EG ER S.
JUST received, importod direct from Bor?
Ono cask Brandenburg Freres COGNAC,
Ono cask Pinet, Castiilon A Co.'s; verv fine.
For sale bv GEO. KYM M ERK.
Uuns and A ni mu mu o ii.
JUST received hy William Glaze, fine Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, fine Eng?
lish Powder, in Canisters, Shot and Caps, ot all
timi. One door North of Messrs. Scott, WU- !
isms A, Cn.'j Banking House. Deo 10 j
Sugar *. Sugar ! !
iyp^ BARRELS low priced SUGAR just re
^Oceived and tor?ale at 10 cents per pound
>y J. A T. R. AGNEW.
E ABMEBS ,..
Increaso jour crops ?nd improvo your land, by
.M n si? K
Imported by ai direct from tho Pbordx Is*
landa, South Paoiflo Ocean.
Wilcox. Gibbs & Co.'a
Prepared at Savannah, GR., and Charleston, 8.
C., which has proved in the soil
the best Manure in nee.
For sale by
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.,
Importera <? D?niera in
00 Bay street. Savannah, Ga.
(14 Kart Bay street, Charleaton, 8. C.
?41 Broad street, AugnMa, Ga.
Also by CHAMBEK8 & BRYCE, Agents, Co?
lombia, t?. C.
Wo also keep pnro No. 1 Peruvian Guano,
j pure Dissolved Bone, pure Lnnd Plaster.
For further information, address as above
for circular, or subscribe to Southern Agricul?
turist, published by Vi. C. Macniurphy ?fe Co.,
at Augusta and Savannah, Ua., at tho low
price of 25 cents per annuli Nov 30 4mo
i i ca- n T - ' '
THAT tho celebrated perfected SPECTA?
CLES and EYE GLASSES, manufactured
by Lazarus & Morris, Hartford, Connecticut,
strengthens and preserves tho Eyes-assists
tho Sight most brilliantly, and lasts a great
many years without chango.
ISAAC SULZBACHER, Jeweler,
Columbia Hotel Kow, is tho solo appointed
Agent in Columbia, S. C., and vicinity, for thor
sale. Dec 31 ly
ALARGE and completo assortment of
FISHING TACKLE: HOOKS in all varie?
ty; Lines of all kinds and length, for reels; to?
gether with all kinds of Tackle used in Ashing.
March fi Imo Lato Glaze A. Radcliffe.
Living Writers of the South.
SHORT biographies, lists of works, and ex?
tracts from tho moat popular volumes of
every living writer of tho Southern United
StateB. By Professor James Wood Davidson.
%* A vorv large handsome book. Price $2.00.
Vashti.'or Until Death UB Do Part. By Au?
thor of Beaula, Macaria, Ac. $2.00.
The Polar World-a popular description ot
Men and Nature in the Arctic and Antartic re?
gions of the Globe-illustrated. 13.75.
The Romance of Spanish History, by John
S. C. Abbott; with illustr?t iona.
Pictoral Field Book of tho War of 1812. By
Benson J. Lessing, author of Pictorial Field
Book Revolution. $7.00.
Photograph Albums, Pocket Cutlery, Ac, at
DUFFIE.fe CHAPMAN'S Bookstore.
THE subscriber, having pur?
chased thc large and commo?
dious building known as tho
. GREENWOOD HOTEL, is
prepared to entertain tho traveling public.
The honso is situated in full view of and con?
venient to tho depot, and husiuess portion of
the town. Tho rooms aro large, neatly and
newly furnished. The tablo will bo constantly
supplied with every delicacy tho market af?
fords, and tho hotel ia in overy way equal to,
if it does not surpass any, in tho up country.
In connection with this hotel is a first class
Livery Stable Conveyances of all kinds on
hat.d for biro. T. P. RILEY, Proprietor.
GnEENWoon. S. C., March 12 Imo
A LEXANDER ft MAHON, Solicitors of Arno
i\. rican and European Patents, and Coun?
sellors at Patent Laws, (fiftcon yoars experi?
ence as solicitors of Patents.) 4G0 Seventh
street, opposite the Patent Office, Washing?
ton, D. C. Papers carefully prepared, and
Patents secured without delay. Examinations
in tho Patent Office froe of charge, and no in
dividual fee asked in any caso, unions a Patent
is allowed. Charges as reasonable as any
other roliable Agency. Send for circular of
terms, instructions and reference. Jan 30
ANEW stock of ELEGANT LIGHT CAR
RI AGES is just opened at tho corner of
Assembly and Lady stroets, near tho Post
Office. All persona in any way interested are
invited to call and examine some of the hnest
specimens of design and workmanship that
can be produced. Th> so veinules have been
bought right, and will bo sold low. The styles
are the very latest-tho quality unsurpassed,
and every effort will be mudo to afford lasting
satisfaction and pleasure to those extending
their patronage to tho subscriber.
Jan 21 W. K. GREENFIELD
Hoes, Steel and Iron.
0/\/~\ DOZEN Brade's CROWN HOER, as
OV/\" sorted sises.
20,000 lbs. English PLOW STEEL, assorted
50,000 lbs. Genuine SWEDES IRON, assort?
Tho above are of direct importation from
stockholm, Birmingham and Sheffield, and
aro, therefore, of superior qualitios to North
ern imitations. J. ,fe T. R. AGNEW.
Buy to the Best Advantage.
W. A. "CARR & CO.,
Bridge street, near Oates,
???tt^ SELL GOODS as Cht sp. if not Cheap
ftfi-^\'er than any houso in Columbia. Give
TB mil*'"""* * trial. March 10
AAA POUNDS O? BACON STRIPS
?m\J\'\J and Breast Pieties,
5 casks Davin' Sugar-Cured Hams,
25 bbls., half-bbla. and kegs Loaf Lard,
300 lbs. Mutton Hams. For salo bv
Feb 26 EDWARD "HOPE.
Ale and Porter.
nUFMFN LAGER BEER.
JD Younger'* Edinburgh Ale.
Uibber's London Porter. For sale by
Feb IC GEO. SYMMERH.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
Ifi the best manger, by flrat class workmen,
, end warran ted.
ENGRAVING finely executed.
Def 16 _ WILLIAM GLAZE.
THE POLLOCK' HOUSE RES?
TAU RANT is now in complete work
. ins order. OYSTERS will be sorved
up in every style and in the beet manner. Fa?
milies supplied in any quantity.
Ateo, GAME in season; besides
REFRESHMENTS of every kind.
The BILLIARD ROOM is again in
operation. Tables from best
makers. T. M. POLLOCK,
Oot 28 Proprietor.
EXCHANGE HOUSE, i
PAYSINGEK Ai FRANKLIN, Proprietors, j
JJ^fc^ THE abov'o house is conveniently !
^?B^loc&tcd on Main street-kept on
iiV an'nwp??" plan, with largo, well-far- <
ntshed Rooms. Table supplied with the beet <
tho markot affords. Also, finest Norfolk OYS- i
TERS. WILD GAME and FISH, or all kinds, i
served in any style, by au experienced cook. i
Board, with or withont lodgings, by the week |
or day, at moderate rates, and meals served at 1
all hours, without extra charge. <
In BAR attached, will always bo foundf?-^ 1
finest WINES, ALES, Liquors, Segars, AC.DM <
r. M. PAYSIKOER, C. R. FRANKLIN. Sf 1
Bates Guaranteed as low as
THE SHORT SEA LINE
THE OLD ESTABLISHED
The Superior Ocean Si
CHARLESTON, 1,200 Tons, J2
JAMES ADGER. 1,200 Tons, T
JAS. ADGER Sc CO., Agt
TENNESSEE, 1,050 Tons, O. (
SOUTH CAROLINA, 1,050 Toi
WM. A. COTJRTENA
MANHATTAN, 1,300 Tons, M.
CHAMPION, 1,500 Tons, B. V
JAS. ADGER & CO., Ager
These Steamships aro First Class in every rest
many years' experience on the Atlantic Coast, ai
modations. are unrivalled by any Steamers fron
all of tho delicacies of the New York and Charlo
Through Passage Tickei
May bo obtained at all of the Railroad Ti
with this favorite route, in South
PRICE OF J
COLUMBIA via CHARLESTO
Including Meals and State-room on board
axe- Merchants, ordering their Spring Goods,
directing them shipped
&g- State-rooms may be secured in advance,
Agents of either Steamsh
Of the Great Southern Fr
March 1 3mo 0
Soluble Manures an
MANUFACTURED at Charleston, under the
the Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosphate C
BOLUBIiE PHOSPHORIC ACID, in tho form
DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE, is the basis o
in the ratio of Soluble Phosphoric Acid which is i
The immoneo deposits of Phosphoric Guanos
lina, by Dr. PRATT, consists mainly of Insoluble
as a Fertilizer by being ground to powder, and ri
as to mako its insoluble phosphate soluble in wnl
by growing plants. Tho insoluble. Phosphate f
more value to tho plant than the original Phospli
Soluble Phosphate which any Fertilizer contains
consequently tho cheapest Fertilizer is that conl
Impressed with those troths, the Sulphuric Ach
at Charleston, the first extensive Acid Chambers
planters tho highest per cent age of Soluble. Phos
Their Fertilizers are offerod under two forms:
1. Kt i? un. No. 1-PURE SOLUBLE PHOSP
Dissolved Bone Phosphate of Limo, $G0 per ton,
a. Etlwan. No. ?.-PERUVIAN SUPER-P11C
of Dissolved Bone Phosphate, and IA to 3 per cor,
Peruvian Guano to adapt it to all Crops, $70 per I
WE AI.HO c
DISSOLVED BONE, of high grado, for plantet
into any other compost, and we suggest that thit
facturera to transport tho Sulphuric Acid contain
for each per centage. [Jan 1 3mo]
B. O'NEALE fi SON, Agents, Columbia.
Boots, Shoes and Ha
AT THE MA MM 0 Ti
NEW 600DS FOR
mmmmU' ^ have just received a ver j
^L^Bp?i*r- Misses' and Children's Fl
?Wj8yiT?jtt'" hands, und bought nt low
^^^BBkU^^ibrou^lit to this market sine?
widths and sizes, and tho attention of huye
down from this date.
Call and KOO for yourselves, at the sign of
of Columbia Hotel.
Another Step in Science.-Warrante
Jan 18 SOLD BY DRUG 018
TUE ONLY TRUE ItEINITSIi'S
GERMAN HORSE POWDER,
VeuUdies Pfordt Pulver.
THIS Celebrated POWDER is
?irepared from the old. German
teolpo, and ls tho only genuine
Gorman Horno Powder -as made
by "Heinitsh." It is specially in?
tended for diseases to which the Horse is sub?
Tho extraordinary virtues of this Horse
Powder are attested to by thousands, and for
arty years bas stood and still stands first in
the estimation of all experienced Formera,
Agriculturists and Farriers, as the best medi?
cine for tho Horse. It is composed of roots
and herbs carefully combined with tonics, and
may be gi von in all cases where disease exists.
For INDIGESTION, DISTEMPER, Hide?
bound, Drowsiness, LOBS of Appetite, Inward
Sprains, Debility, Wasting of Flesh, Sore
Eyes, Swelled Legs, Grease, Mange, Surfeit,
alii Coughs,Exhaustion from Work. It carries
> ft" all foul humors, purifies and cools tho blood,
?nd prevents horses becoming stiff and foun?
dered. It is a stimulous for weak stomachs,
uni renders tho limbs and skin soft and fine,
giving a smooth coat to tho
:iair, and transforms tho ill
conditioned and sick to health,
jean tv and spit it. Prepared4
>nly by E. H. HEINITSH, Phar
-naeist, Columbia, S. 0.
ST YORK 2
lem Freight and Passenger Line,
MtLESTON, S. C-,
i by any Competing Ronte.
' NORTH AND EAST.
HALF PER CENT.
TRI- WEEKL Y RO UTE.
LME8 BERRY, Commander.
'. J. LOCKWOOD, Commander.
jnts, Adger's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
ne, SIM. ADKINS, Commander.
WAGNER, HUGER & CO., or
.Y, Union Wharves, Charleston, S. C.
S. WOODHULL, Commander.
J. LOCKWOOD, Commander,
its, Adger's Wharf, Charleston. S. C.
)ect, and all under tho command of men of
id in speed, comfort and elegance of accom
I the South. 'J la ir tableB are supplied with
ts and Bills of Lading
ckct and Freight Offices in connection
Carolina, Georgia, Alabama,
N TO NEW YORK, $22.00;
of Steamers, and transfer in Charleston.
will find an impnrtaut saving of time by
via Charleston, S. C.
without extra charge, by addressing tho
ip Linc, at Charleston.
, HASELL, General Agent
eight Lino, 40 and 42 Broadway, New York.
. MORGAN & CO., Agents
if Stemship Lines, 20 Broadway, Now York.
d Sulphuric Acid,
direction of Dr. N. A. PRATT, Chemist for
of SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE OF LIME, or
f all good Fertilizers, and these aro valuablo
which were discovered in 18G7 in Routh Caro
i Phosphate of Limo, which is made available
adnced by Sulphuric Acid to such a condition
ter, and thus mado capablo of being taken up
bund in any commercial Fertilizer ia of no
late rock. The greater the proportion of this
, tho less the quantity required per acre, and
.ainiijg the highest per ccntage of Soluble
1 and Super-Phospbato Company have erected
South of Baltimore, and are able to offor to
pilate of Lime known in any market.
HATE, guaranteed to contain 24 per cont, of
10 per cent, discount for cash.
?K-PHATE, guaranteed to contain 20 per cont.
:t. of Ammonia, with a sufficient addition of
ton. 10 per cent, discount for cash. ?. fc, ..,
.s or manufacturers, who may desire to mix
i is the best and cheapest method for manu
led in tho mixture. Will bc sold at fixed rate
WM. C. BEE & CU.. Agent?,
No. 14 Adger's Wharf, Charleston. H. C.
.ts for the Million !
/ SHOE HOUSE!
THE MEW YEAR!
r large stock of Ladies*, Gent's, -
NE WORK, direct from first BB
figures-certainly tho finest
I the war, and in all colors und
rs is solicited, as goods will he marked
tho Big Coot and Hat, ono door North
id the Best in the United States.
_ I tr* I tv xi .
TS EVER J W HERE. Hmo