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?o FMI WM*I H?TO reit.
A young lady of New York was in tba habit
cf writing on th* subject of intemperance.
Ser writings were foil bf pathos, and evinced
such deep omotion of soul, that a friend acoua
cd her of boing?a maniac onjthe subject of ia
temperance; whereupon che wrote the follow?
ing touching lines: >;
Go feel what I have fol t,
Go bear what I have borne
Sink 'neath a blow ?lather dealt
And the cold world'o proud acorn ;
Then anfror on from year to yo ar
Thy sole relief th? scorching tear.
Go kneel as I have knol t,
Implore, beseech and pray
Strive the besotted heart to melt,
The downward couran to stay
Be dashed with bitter curse aside,
Your prayers burlesqued, your tears defied.
Go weep as I have wept.
O'er a loved father's fall
See every promised blessing owept- '
Youth's sweetness turned to gail;
LbVe fading flowers strewed all the way
That brought me up to woman's day.
Go see what I have seen,
Bohold the strong man bowed
With gnashing teeth-lips bathed in blood
Ana cold and livid brow;
Go catch his withering glanoe, and seo
There mirrored hia soul's misery.
Go to thy mother1* side,
And her crushed bosom cheer;
Thine own deep anguish hide;
Wipe from her cheek the bitter tear;
Mark her worn frame and withered brow
Tho gray that streaks her dark hair now,
With fading fram? and trembling limb;
And trace tho ruin back to him.
Whose plighted faith in early youth
Promised eternal love and truth.
But who, foresworn, hath yielded up
That promise to the cup;
And led her down through love and light,
AU that made her promise bright
And chained ber there, 'mid want and strife,
That lowly thing-a drunkard's wife
And stamped on childhood's brow, so mild.
That withering blight-the drunkard's child.
Go hear, and feel, and see, and know,
AU that my soul hath felt and known
Then look upon the wine cap's glow;
See if it's beauty can atone
Think of its flavor yon will try,
When all proclaim, 'tis drink and diet
Tell me I HATE the bowl?
Hate is a feeble word!
I loathe-abhor-my very soul
With strong disgust is stirred
Whene'er I see, ornear, or tell
Of that dark beverage of Hell.
OIE* TFC TXTJEIY,
FORTUNES OF JULIET CLAYBURN.
CHATTER LT-AN OLD ACQUAINTANCE.
"Ah, forgotten things
Stumble back strangely !"-Owen Meredith.
It was nearing the close of a soft, sun?
ny day, in the fragrant month of June,
when a handsome traveling carriage,
drawn by two spirited blaok horses, slow?
ly toiled up a steep acclivity in the vi?
cinity of Orkney. The day was sonny,
bot mild for a Southam latitude at this
season. In tbe wooded umbrageous val?
leys a delicious languor reigned in the
atmosphere; but on the top of the high
hills, which widely diversified the undu?
lating country, the breeze played gently
with tender leaflets, and waved the long,
black manes of the sleek animals. With
the loose reine falling from bia nerveless
grasp, the coachman slumbered on bia
seat. The road was long and lonely, and
dusty, and no sound of haman life greet?
ed the expectant ear. No sound, save
the waving of tree-topa in the forest, the
heavy tramp of the horses' feet, and the
rolling, rambling noise of the carriage
wheels. Occasionally, however, when
the wearied animals loitered by the way,
or deviated from the main ronte, by an
adventurous detour, thereby causing dis?
comfort to tho inmates of the vehicle, the
worthy functionary on the box became
exceedingly irate. He seemed to con?
sider snob occasions as presenting a pe?
culiarly felicitous opportunity of break?
ing the monotonous silence, serving, at
the same time, the admirable purpose of
proving to the world at large and those
more partie ilarly concerned, tbnt what?
ever might be the somniferous influence
of this drowsy weather on others, it
could not affect his wide-awake faculties
in the slightest measure. When too far
overcome, which happened most fre?
quently, to administer u hearty and well
timed reprimand to the offending beasts,
he contented himself and his sleepy
conscience with a milder manifestation
of stoicism-merely giving them a le?
thargic half-muttered word of encou?
ragement. The inmates of the traveling
carriage consisted of a lady, an elderly
gentleman and a beautiful Italian grey?
hound, the latter ooiled up snugly on the
front seat, amongst oloaks, shawls, vails,
gloves, traveling-baskets, sach?is, fars,
and other useful articles not necessary to
mention. The lady was young and fuir,
with finely chiseled features, small white
hands, eyes bluer than an evening sky in
Tuscany, and a graceful, rounded figure,
whose slender proportions were well set
off by the dark brown, closely-fitting
traveling habit. On her head she wore
a jaunty straw hat, which softly shaded
the delicate brow, while undei neath, the
sonny curls peeped forth, falling down
on the snowy neck.
Silence reigned within the vehicle, ns
without, but soddenly there came a jolt
harder than usual, which violently pre?
cipitated the lady's head from its com?
fortable position on her companion's
shoulder, upon the sleeping dog, who,
from his airy throne of shawls, clonks
and other domestic fabrics, was innocent?
ly dreaming of innumerable bones to bo
picked; of a happy country where there
would be no omniverous insects to prey
on hapless dog-flesh, and of merry gam?
bols on the smooth garden walk. Being
unexpectedly and cruelly interrupted in
this pleasurable occupation, Marco ex?
pressed his indignation and unbounded
disapproval of the same by shrill shrieks
and yelps, whioh were not preoisely
modulated by the most approved rules
of harmony, and consequently could not
afford uuulloyed gratification to an aoute
musical ear. Marco squeaked, the gen?
tleman laughed, and the lady, with sooth?
ing words and soft caresses, set herself
resolutely to work to stop the cries of
her ill-used pet.
"Poor little Marco," she said, com
frightened? TOen-jamp info my lap, and
be still, and yon shall have a biscuit to
eat. Yes-yes-s?lt shall.0
Saving, by din* ox snob fair prouaiaes
andanndry soft strokes with her hand,
oonvinoed the little fellow that he was,
after all, woree soared than hart, the
h>dy turned to the gentleman and re?
"It strikes me ibis road ia rather
"I was struck with that idea some time
ago," replied the gentleman, rubbing his
eyes and smiling, "simultaneously with
tho tremendous blow which tho side of
my head received against the edge of this
door. I think Stephen, like the rest of
ns, finds some difficulty in regulating his
optics properly. A closed eye does not
promote clear vision."
"I fancied Stephen was remarkably
wakeful," was the reply, "for he talks
almost continually to the horses, and
sings a good deal, and now he is vigor?
ously whistling a plantation melody."
"But the whistling will not continue
long; ho will finish tho tune in his sleep.
There, now-it is about to cease-he is
fairly off. I'll venture to assert, my
dear, that Stephen is nodding. "
As if to place a dired, contradiction on
these defamatory remarks, the whistling
was renewed with increased spirit, and
the horses changed their slow pace for a
brisk trot. Silence again fell on the
party. Marco having finished his bis?
cuit, and renewed the pleasures of dream?
land, the lady brushed the crumbs from
her lap, rested her white hand against
the carriage-door, her oheek against the
hand, and gazed silently out. Her eyes
traveled slowly over the broad expanse
of country-tho high hills, stretching
far away in the blue distauoe, the wav?
ing corn-fields, the cotton lands and
other fields, where the mower's blade Sit
tered in the sun-set glow, and the pBn
tation wagons stood loaded with theJMh
low ripened grain. All this waa^l
pleasant sight to the eye, and so the lady
thought, for without removing her
glanoe, she spoke these words
"How delightful, father, to find one?
self again in the country, after so long
an absence! How delightful to view the
bright foliage, to look npon tbe blue s<iy,
to breathe the purity of the fresh couu
try air, and greet all nature in the per?
fection of her charms! These rural
scenes are all so sweet, father-they re?
mind me of my mother."
"Everything beautiful and peaceful
suggests thoughts of her," said Mr.
Olayburn; "the fragrance of a spotless
memory surrounds her name."
"I like the country, in summer," said
Juliet, after another season of silence."
"Yes, and especially this part of it.
Laying aside old association, which is in
every thing such a strong bond of affection,
there is much calculated to attract admi?
ration hereabouts. Some fine scenery,
combining lofty attributes of the sub?
lime, with ?ofter elements of romantic
loveliness. Do you remember the nar?
row defile through which we passed to
day? I liked thatl It was like a wild
mountain gorge; and just beyond the
long bridge, the rushing torrent, and
the deafening roar from the mill."
"Very fine, I admit," replied Juliet;
"but so muoh wild grandeur and noisy
commotion frightens one. I like thia
quiet scene, so serenely beautiful, and
thia quiet honr better. Do you notice,
father? Every object is becoming fami?
liar. There is the gnarled old tree,
where I used to gather nuts, and that
winding path through the woods is where
Eugenia and myself used to walk. Ah I
can I not get a glimpse of the bouse?"
"Spur up your jaded horses, Stephen,"
called his master, "your young m in tress
is getting impatient."
"And no wonder, sir," answered the
servant; "it's been a long day's trip
enough to tire any one. But there's thc
house, missie, Bhiuiug through the oaks.
I'm glud to seo it myself again-I am
after so long."
There was quite a stir of excitement iv
the little place when Mr. Clayburn und
his daughter's arrival became known.
Tho couutry neighbors felt u curiosity tc
know if Juliet was as pretty us ever-il
Mr. Clayburn looked more aged since
bis wife's death, and li uni ly, 7, here thr\
had been these past few years, thut t hey
hid never once honored Orkuey with
their presence. All landable curiosity ou
tho first two points waa snlficiently satis?
fied on tho Sabbath day following theil
arrival, when Juliet and her father at?
tended service nt thu quiet little ohurcL
on the hill. After shaking bands witL
everybody, known or unknown, whicL
was Orkney fashion, und having told the
many solicitous questioners concerning
her health, that she was well, and hoped
they were recipients of the same divine
blessing, Juliet proceeded to make bei
w.iy to Eugenia, who was waiting for bei
at the door. But egress was not a mattel
so easily accomplished. Before taking
half a dozen Ueps, the young ludy en?
countered A'.nt Molly Timpkins, ono ol
the celebrities of the place, with whom
she was an immense favorite, und, as u
matter of course, there wan much to be
said on both sides. Then Nurse Winten
came in for her share of attention fron:
her foster-child. Tho world had not
gone smoothly with Nurse Winters since
wu last saw her. She hail hud bei
troubles, aud heart-aches, and sorrows,
as Well nu her bettors. There is no escape
from the tirelehs pursuer-uo quenching
of the slakelesa thirst of the blood-suck
ing monster, high or low, rich or poor,
from the palace to the cottage, from tlx
garret to the cellar, trouble comes to all
The indomitable Maggie, notwithstand?
ing all her spirit, had succumbed to ax
attack of the fever; Mike was marriet
and moved away from the parental man
sion; Pat was dead; Jack had fallen fron
a neighbor's apple-treu and broke bil
leg, and Mitilier Winters had taken U
drink. Juliet expressed deepest com
minoration for all these troubles, spok;
words of consolation, shook hands kind
ly, and promising to come over to tin
cottage as soon as possible, to talk it al
over, made another attempt for the door
?Thia tim* ii wo? Granny Plimpton
who intercepted ber progress. . Granny,
habited in her beat Mae homesp un dreoo,
her frilled can. Quaker lionnot mnA -h;tt
cotton gloves', had boen quietly standing
on ona' aide o? the aisle, patiently await
ing a propitious moment when the flood?
gates of epeeoh might be opened. Joliet's
heart sank within her, when ehe espied
the old lady, for Granny's garrulity was
a bye-word ia tba neighborhood. Peo
Ele met her on the road, looked npon
er and passed by on the other side, as
the priest and the Lovito passed the un?
fortunate man who fell among thieves.
If Juliet stopped by tho way, following
the example of the good Samaritan, on
this partionlar occasion, it was a course
of conduct rather obligatory tban op?
tional. Once caught by Granny Plimp?
ton, you were like an entrapped fish,
hopelessly floundering on the hook.
TO BE CONTINUED.
IH AVE just received by Express a fine as?
sortment of DIAMOND JEWELRY-Ninga
from MO to ?SO._WI LI J AM GLAZE.
?)K BARRELS low priced SUGAR just re
j? Oceivod and for s?lo at 10 cents per pouud
by J. ?fc T. R. AGNEW.
The Great Soo
Bates Guaranteed as low t
THE SHORT SEA LIN
THE OLD ESTA BLISHE.
The Superior Ocean I
CH ABLESTON, 1,200 Tons,
JAMES ADGER. 1,200Tons,
JAS. ADGER ?fe CO., A
TENNESSEE, 1,050 Tons, O
SOUTH CAROLINA, 1,050 1
WM. A. COURTES
MANHATTAN, 1,800 Tons, :
CHAMPION, 1.500 Tonn, It.
JAS. ADGER ?fe CO., Ag
These Steamships aro First Class in every r<
many years' experience on the Atlantic Coast,
modations. aro unrivalled by anv Steamers fn
all of the delicacies of tho New YorK and Cbai
Through Passage Tick
May be obtained at all of the Railroad
with this favorite route, in Sou
COLUMBIA via CHARLES!
Including Meals and State-room on boat
tar Merchants, ordering their Spring Good
directing them ahippe
MW State-rooms may be secured in advam
Agents of either Steam
Of the Great Southern '.
March 1 3mo
Soluble Manures a
MANUFACTURED at Charleston, under tl
tho Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosphate
SOLUBLE PHOSPHORIC ACID, in the for
DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE, is the basil
in the ratio of Soluble Phosphoric Acid which i
Tho immense deposits of Phosphoric Guam
lina, by Dr. PRATT, consists mainly of Insolu1
as a Fertilizer by being ground to powder, ant
as to mako its insoluble phesphalu soluble in ?
by growing plants. Tho insoluble Phosphat?
more value to the plant than the original Phon
Soluble Phosphate which any Fertilizer contai
consequently the cheapest Fertilizer is that c<
Impressed with these truths, tho Sulphuric A
at Charleston, the first extensive Acid Cbambt
planters tho highest per centage of Soluble Ph
Their Fertilizers are offered uuder two formt
1. Ktiwun, No. 1.-PUBE SOLUBLE PHO
Dissolved Bone Phosphate of Limo, $60 per to
?. Ktiwun. No. a.-PEB?VIAN SUPER-PI
of Dissolved Bone Phosphate, and H to ;l por <
Peruvian Guano to adapt it to all Crops, $70 pi
DISSOLVED BONE, of high grade, for plan
into any ?>?*i*r compost, and we suggest that t
facturera to transport the Sulphuric Acid cont
for each por centage. [Jan 1 3mo]
B. O'NKAI.K k HON, Agents, Columbia.
Boots, Shoes and H
AT THE M AMMO
NEW GOODS FOR
I have just received a v<
Misses' and Children's I
hands, and bought at 1?
brought to this market eic
widths and sizes, and the attention of bu
down from this date.
Call and seo for yourselves, ut tho sign
of Columbia Hotel.
Another Step in Science.-Warrai
Jan 18 SOLD BY DHUGO
1 ? .
.0BK / \ THE POLLOOK. HOUSE RES
T^??f<S* TAU RANT ia nowjD complete work
^Sm\w GY5 J.HM? wui bo served
up io every styl? ?nd in the beet mannor.Fa
milies supplied in ?ny quantity.
AIBO, OAME in season; beeide?
REFRESHMENTS of ovorykind.
Tho BILLIARD ROOM is again in
operation. Tables from best
makerB. T. M. POLLOCK,
Oot 28 Proprietor.
PAY8INGBR Ac FRANKLIN, Proprietor*.
THE abovo house is conveniently
3(E|^locatcd on Main Btreet-kept on
mV *l?"r"i""'" plan, with large, well-fur
ntihea Rooms. Tablo supplied with the best
the market affords. Also, finest Norfolk OYS?
TERS, WILD GAME and FI8H, o? all kinds,
served in any style, by au experienced cook.
Board, with or without lodgings, by the week
or day, at moderate rates, and meals served at
all hours, without extra charge.
In BAR attached, will always be founder*--)
finest WINES, ALES, Liquors, Segare, <to. DDS
r. M. PAYSINOER, c. n. FRANKLIN, m
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN tho best manner, by first class workmen,
ENGRAVING finely executed.
Deo 16 WILLIAM GLAZE.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
AFULL supply of Fresh GARDEN SEEDS.
For sale by E. HOPE.
thern Freight and Passenger Line,
IARLESTON, S. C.
ts by any Competing Route.
E NORTH AND EAST
E, HALF PER CENT.
V TRI- WEEKL Y HO UTE.
ESI) A YS.
JAMES BERRY, Commander.
T. J. LOCKWOOD, Commander,
gents, Adger's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
. CHICHESTER, Commander,
'ons, SIM. ADKINS, Commander.
WAGNER. HUGER & CO., or
?AY, Union Wharves, Charleston, S. C.
M. 8. WOODHULL, Commander.
W. LOCKWOOD, Commander,
cnts, Adger's Wharf, Charleston. S. C.
ispect, and all under the command of mea of
and in speed, comfort and elegance of accom
)m the South. Their tables are supplied with
ets and Bills of Lading
Ticket and Freight ?flices in connection
th Carolina, Georgia, Alabama,
ON TO NEW YORK, $22.00;
-d of Steamers, and transfer in Charleston.
s, will find an important saving of time by
d via Charleston, S. C.
:e, without extra charge, by addressing the
ship Line, at Charleston.
D. HASELL, General Agent
Freight Lino, 10 and 42 Broadway, New York.
R. MORGAN & 00., Agents
Of Stemship Lines, 26 Broadway, New York.
nd Sulphuric Acid,
ie direction of Dr. N. A. PRATT, Chemist for
m of 80LUBLE PHOSPHATE OF LIME, or
i ot all good Fertilizers, and these are valuable
is in them.
is which wero discovered in 18G7 in South Caro
bio Phosphate of Limo, which is made available
I reduced hy Sulphuric Acid to auch a condition
> t.tcr, and thus made capable of being taken up
i found in any commercial Fertilizer is of no
phato rock. Tho greater tho proportion of thin
ns, the less t he quantity requirou per acre, and
mtaining the highest per centavo of Soluble
cid and Super-Phoepbate Company have erected
TS South of Baltimore, and aro ablo to offer to
osphate of Lime known in any market.
SPHATE, guaranteed to contain 24 per cent, ol
n, 10 per cent, disconnt for cash.
IIOSPHATE, guaranteed to contain 20 per cont,
sent, of Ammonia, with a sufficient addition of
:r ton. 10 per cent, discount for cash.
ters or manufacturers, who may desire to mix
his is the bent and cheapest method for mann
?lined in the mixture. Will be sold at fixed rate
WM. C. BBB <k CO., Agents,
No. 14 Adger's Wharf, Charleston. S. C.
!ats for the Million 2
TH SHOE HOUSE/
THE NEW YEAR I
%ry largo stock of Ladies', Gent's, --^^
.INK WORK, direct from first jB?
JW figures-certainly tho finest JH
ice the war, and in till colors and ^^^^
yers is solicited, as goods will be marked
of tho Big Boot and Hat, uno door North
ited the Best in the United State?.
PREPARED BT WALKER, EVANS ?
THE OLD CARO
A SOUTHERN 1
AND a moat valuable and reliable Tonio, cqu
ket, and at mach lesa price. Cures Dyspo]
without doubt tho best Tonio Bitters in ase. Fi
SCHEDULE OF PRICES OF Tl
IN VA III A ll J. Y
1 doz. and loss than 13 doa.$8.00 per doz.
50 doz. and upwards.$7.00 per doz.
Proprietors and Manufacturers <
And direct importers o
Aug 1 ly
"\7%r -A. 2
MINING & MANI
Factory EaBt end Hasel street. Minos on A
For sale by
Aug 1 ly W. C. DUE
A. C. KAUFMAN,
No. 25 Broad streeet. Charleston. S. C.
SOUTHERN STOCKS, BONDS, COUPONS
and Uncurrent Bank Notes bought and
sold on commission.
Also, Oold and Silver Coin.
Orders solicited and promptly attended to.
Prices current issued weekly and forwarded
gratuitous ly on application as above._
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
Nos. 10,12,14 Vendue Bange, Charleston, S. C.
WHOLESALE Dealers in all kinds of
Hides, Wool, Skins, Furs, Ac. Have con?
stantly on hand a largo assortment of Hides
and Skins. Tanners will do well to call upon
us before purchasing.
MOSES OOI.nSMlTn. ABRAHAM A. OOLOKMITn.
AND Dealers in Wines, Liquors, So?
lars, Tobacco, Ac, 1S?7 East Bav,
Charleston, S. C. H. BISCHOFF,
Aug 1 ly J. H. PI EPE IL_
D.F. FLEMING & Co.
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
HH?*V NO. 2 Hayne street, corner
CHARLESTON, S. C.
D. F. FLEMING,
SAM'L A. NELSON,
Aug 1 ly_JAMES M. WILSON.
Mills House, Charleston, S. C.
THIS elegant and commodious HOUSE hav?
ing been renovated and newly furnished
throughout, is second to none in the South.
Nov 13 J. PARKER. Proprietor.
The Sulphuric Acid and Buper-Phosp
HAVING completed their extensive Manu!
Fertilizers, no other kinds being availabl
This Company, under tho direction entirely c
dncements which will recommend it to Son!
largest and most complete in the United Stat
abundant supply of the proper solvent for the ?
aro near by. From these Phosphates thoy pi
in solnblo Phosphate than those made from rav
quantity of Super-Phosphate of Lime found in t
salo, the rates at which we offer them being no
tilizers, while the Manures contain twico as nt
cheaper to tho consumer. They are offered on
that tho material in each will correspond to the
ETIWAN, No. 1.-Solnblo Phosphato, contain
Pure Soluble Phosphate of Lime, and furnished
ETIWAN, No. 2.-Peruvian Super-Phosphate,
Soluble Phosphate, and two to four per cent, of
proved acceptances, bearing interest, or such o
agents Orders to bo forwarded immediately tc
and after 1st January next.
G. G. MEMMINOER," President.
Uer Tho Fertilizers of this Company will bo b
Agents for Exlon's Premium Trenton Crackers. \
W. H. CHAPEE & CO.,
207 East Bav, Charleston, S. C.
Agents for P. Ballantine Sc Sons'
WM.J?. CH AFEE. THOS. 8. O'BRIEN.
E. n.STODOAnn. CALEB FBONEBEROKH.
E. B. STODDARD & CO.,
N^v. WH0LE8ALE DEALEB8 in
Boots. Shoes and Trunks, at
^P*"~^m^Manufactnrers' prices, 105 Meet?
ing street, nearly opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, S. C._Aug 1 ly
EDWIN BA T ES & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
O XJ O T I 3ST o,
122 and 124 Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
GEO. C. SELMAN,
Aug 1 Iv THOR. R. McGAHAN.
CHARLES KERRISON, Jr.
DEALER in Hardwaie, Cutlery,
Guns, Auricultnral Implcimnts,
mwMiko., 249 King street., Charleston,
H. C. AH assortment of House-keoping Hard
ward on baud. Aug l ly_
Show Cases ! Show Oases !
W. H. CORIE'S LATEST FATF.NT.
At New York Rates.
Constantly on hand and made to order.
TOYS! TRIMMINGS 11 FANCY GOODS ill
_ MUSICAL Instruments, Stationery,
Cj??iP.ase Rail?, Fire-works,Ac. Stamping,
BEmbroidory and Braiding noatly exe
^rqiaw^ntod, from latest designs, at
VM. MCLEAN'S. 488 King St..
Aug Charleston, S. C.
CO OSWELL, ADVERTISING AGENTS.
C HAN V FACTURES .
al, if not superior, to any Bitters in tbe mar
psia. Loss of Appetite, Chills and Fever, and ie
ur salo by Druggists and Grocers everywhere.
IE OLD CAROLINA BITTERS,
12 doz. and less than 50 doz.$7.50 per dos.
:, "WINEMAN & CO.,
if the Celebrated Carolina Bitters,
f choice European Brags and Chemicals,
No. 23 Hayno stroet, Charleston, 8. 0.
XT TD O
TON, S. C.
Y RIVER BONE PHOSPHATE.
COPELAND A DEARDEN, Columbia.
ES St CO., General Agents, Charleston, 8. G.
FOR PALATKA, FLORIDA,
Via Savannah, Fernandina, Jacksonvule.and
Landings ow the St. John's River.
THE elegant and first class
i Steamer DICTATOR, Capt. W.
KS?*T. HcNelty, will leave Charleston.
S. C., for above places, every TUESDAY
EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
The elegant and first class Steamer CITY
POINT, Capt. George E. McMillan, will leave
Charleston every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8
o'clock, for above places.
Through Tickets to bo had at railroad of?
No extra charlo for Meals and State Booms.
For freight or passage, apply to
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agonts,
Sonth Atlantic Wharf. Charleston. 8. C.
HENRY COBIA & CO.,
% Vendne Range,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
A up 1_ly
ZOGBAUM, YOUNG & CO.,
IMPORTERS and Dealers in
IMusical Instruments. Strings.
Ac. Ac. Agents of Steinway A
Son's and J. B. Dunham's Pianos, earhart A
Needham's Molodeona, Tilton's Patent Guitar.
191 King Street, Charleston, 8. C.
FERDINAND ZOGRAUM, New York; HEN?
RY YOUNG, 0. L. McCLENAHAN, Charles
ton. 8. C._Ang 1 ly
La Valentina Segar Factory,
No. 118 East Bay Street,
HAVE for salo the choicest brands of Pore
Havana Segara. Also, good domestio
Segara, at low pricey.
ALFRED A. BARBOT, Agent,
Aug 1 ly Charleston, 8. O.
hate Company, of Charleston, S. C.,
aotory, are now prepared to furnish Soluble
.e to planters for immediate returns tor their
.f Southern men of high character, offers in?
tern planters. Their works are among the
es, and enable them to prepare at home an
South Carolina native Bone Phosphates which
ropose to manufacture a Fertilizer even rieher
7 bones, and containing more than twice the
he best average Manures heretofore offered for '
higher than the average price of other Fer
ich fertilizing mato ml; they are in fact mneh
the market in two forms, with a guarantee
ining from eighteen to twenty-five per cent, of
at sixty dollars per ton.
, containing Troco sixteen to twenty per cent, of
Ammonia, at seventy dollar* p< r ton; for an?
ther security as may be acceptable to the sub
I tho Agents, and delivery made as directed on
WM. C. BEE A CO., Agents.
randed ETIWAN. No. 1, and ETIWAN, So. 2
A Us el ul Invention.
HOU8E-KEEPER8 who do their own rook?
ing with Kerosene or Gas Stoves, have
heretofore felt tho want of a perfect Baking
DUVAL'S PATENT BAKER,
Attached to their Stoves, will bake Bread. Bis?
cuit, Pies, Ac, and roast Poultry, Beof, Pota?
toes, Ac, to perfection. A full supply of
Kerosene and Gas Stoves, of the bern kinds,
together with Utensils for every purpose, for
Bale, at wholesale and retail, hy
J. B. DUVAL & 80N8,
Charleston, 8. C., Agents for Patentees.
Aug 1 ly
"Eaton Iron Works,'*
CHARLESTON, S. C.
8TKAM ENGINES, Machinery
J. Kl. EASON A BBO.
AHR 1_ ly
Moses Goldsmith & Son,
Noa. 4, G and 8, Vendue Range, Charleston, S. C.
WHOLESALE Dealer? in Iron, Metals,
Rags, and all kinds or Paper Stock.
Highest cash prices paid for the above.
HOSES OOIJ>f?MlTIl. ABRAHAM A. Op Ll) SMITH.
runs. J. KEnB. HERMANN IIITI.WINEI.E.
T. J. KERR &00.,
Shipping and Commission Merchant?,
Kerr's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
WILL attend to tho eales of al) kinds of
Produce and Parchase of Merchandize.
Dealers in No. 1 Peruvian Guano and other
fertilizers. Ang 1 ly
Charleston Dental Depot,
275 KING STREET.
f^OLD and Tin Foil, Amalgam Mineral
ree*h. Steel Qoods, aim evsrj article used by
he Dentist. Aug 1 ly_
WALKER, EV AUB & COGSWELL.
STATIONERS and Printers, and dealers in
3 Printers' Material?, Broad street, Charles
on. H. C Aug 1 ly