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Cleopatra In Angore.
Ain-^'i'm ;tyfrhj,, Egypt, dying."
Fare you well, roy fibhlo Boman,
Tour proud heart will thrill no moro
With it? love, for Cleopatra,
AG it did in day a bol 'oro;
Yet, tho Nilo flows on as grandlv,
! And the Skies aro just as blue
As when yon came here to Egypt,
Victor-and wore conquered, too.
? .- vstf*; ? i - i"- . .i
Cosar, can you not rem om bor
When we met so long ago;
I* a gay and gorgeous Venus,
Ton, a Bacchus, rudo but true?
Obi tho musio floated softly
. . On tnt breezo HO light and fleet.
And when you appeared before me
How l trembled; but "'twas sweet.
Ahl 'tis now a recollection,
BUH I loved you all the while,
Though I Sometimes tried to shun you
? Ana deceived you with a smile.
Woo it no small triumph, think you,
' To be qneen of Cosar's hoart?
So I reigned a little lon -er,
Bro love made my power depart.
Memory bears me back to Tarsus,
Where I went, an humble queen,
To explain my one defection;
But the fate? must come between,
And instead of haughty victor
I beheld a lover bold.
Who forgot in love and ploaanre.
That he should be stern and cold.
Those were days that should have lasted
. Until worldo had passed away;
For with hearts whose love was royal,
What to ns was then a day?
How you loved, and wooed, and won me,
Yet remain s for me to tell
None but Egypt's Cleopatra
Ever knew your heart so well.
When X drank the pearly acid,
And I saw yonr bright oyo flash,
How I loved you for your homage,
Though the deed waa mad and rash!
Abl those nights of love and music
Were a glimpse of Paradise,
Where I now must hope to meet you,
Far from hateful Boman eyes.
Oh! that eve was stUI and balmy
Whoa wo stood upon the shore
Of the great sea called Cilician,
Where I'll never meet you moro.
IsisI how the moon was Binning,
And the waves were rippling Tow,
Aa you whispered that you loved me,
And I could not bid you go!
Mo yon called "star-eyed Egyptian "
"Twas for me you gave up Home,
And forsook the great Octavia,
Who had well adorned your home;
And can I now let yon wander
AH alone on Stygian shores?
Never! Cleopatra Follows
Him she worships and adores.
[New Orleans Sunday Times.
A TERRIBLE ENCOUNTER.
Many years ago, my health having be?
come much impaired by over study, I
was recommended to paBa a winter in tho
South of France. Of BO agreeable a
prescription, I readily availed myself. I
was without wife or child to encumber
my departure; and, armed only with a
portmanteau, made a most delightful
journey of it to the charming town of
V-. Shortly after my arrival, while
-sitting at the window of my hotel, a man
passed by so very much like myself, that,
struck with the resemblance, I rose, and
beut forward, following him with my eyes.
His dress bespoke him an Englishman.
He was tall; so was I. Slim; I was slim.
His eyes were blue, his skin fair, his hair
a deep auburn, his nose aquiline. All
this was my portrait. When he had
reached the bottom of the street, he
paused, looked round, then slowly re?
turned, crossing the road, however, and
taking the opposite pavement. This
enabled me to get a clearer view of tho
man. I confess I was much impressed
-with the resemblance, and hardly liked
it. The physiologist, I thought, may
delight as much os he pienses in such co?
incidences; for my part, I decidedly ob?
ject to being made a portion of any sort
of. phenomenon. I had read of very un?
pleasant consequences following personal
resemblances, and earnestly hoped that
this individual, whom nature, short of
moulds at the timo had undoubtedly cast
in mine, would speedily clear the neigh?
borhood of bia presence.
A week or two after this, in taking a
walk across a beautiful bit of country, I
suddenly enconntered my HkeneBs, seat?
ed on a rusti? benoh beneath a tree, with
his arm encircling the waist of a very
beautiful peasant girl. Her skin, of a
pure and cream-like tint, finely contrast?
ed with the splendid luxuriance of black
bair. Her eyes flashed upon me as I
passed, and I noticed her draw herself
erect with rapid hauteur, os if indignant
or impatient of detection. The man by
her side, who would have passed very
well for me to any other person but my
mother and myself, still maintained his
caressing attitude. He did not conde?
scend to raise his eyes to me as I passed,
but kept them fixed upon the face of the
girl, who, I could see, watched me with
a species of sallen eagerness, as if wish?
ing me well ont of sight. As I passed
them, I must confess of having experi?
enced a momentary sensation of envy of
the man. Since nature has put him in
my skip, I thought, it seems only fair
that I should pot myself in his shoes.
For all I know, I reflected, that beauti?
ful peasant girl might have been origi?
nally destined for me; but the intention
of nature has been defeated by her love
of coincidence. I laughed at my thoughts
ns I walked on, and, turning a corner, I
lost sight of the lovers. On reaohing
the bottom of the lane, I found that I
had fallen upon a cul-de-sac. The passage
terminated in A series of fields, aoross
which I could discover no foot-path. I
bael cotno. On dg?tiopr'tt?? l??noh, I
found it waa deserted. -I waa not sorry.
I would, by no means,'have disliked an?
other peep at tho beautiful brunette;
but, at the same time, I had nb ambition
to inspire tho couple with the notion
that I waa watohiug them.
I had got to the top of the hill, and I
was passing between a row of thick
bushes, making a sort of natural hedge
for a broad area of trees, like a gigantic
park, when I was suddenly startled by a
report of a pistol discharged to my loft.
At the same moment, I heard tho hollow
sound of a ball striking my hat, and that
artiole of dress rolled on the ground. I
looked round with a palo face. Tho at?
tack was horribly sudden. Who, in tho
Dame of Heaven, wanted my life? For
what crime was my blood demanded?
What bad I done? I saw tho blue smoke
curling up from the densest portiou of
the bushes, and heard the crackling of
the furze and twigs caused by the hasty
flight of some ono. I picked up my
hat. The ball had passed through it.
Had it struck two inches lower, it would
have entered my skull. I hastened to?
ward the towu, possessed with much tho
same sort of enviable feelings as you
might imagine a Tipperary landlord or
agont would feel who Bees threats of his
life carved on every other tree. Bravery in
a situation of this sort was quite out of
the question. Of what use is pluck,
when you have to deal with invisible
foes? I might also confess to having
broken iuto down-right flight as I neared
the town-so extremely anxious was I to
escape every sheltering bush, tree or
hedge in the neighborhood. On gain?
ing my hotel, I began to reflect on my
narrow escape. I had been too much
excited to attach to it the significance it
demanded. But the hole in my bat con?
voyed the most shuddering information
on my narrow escape. Beyond all rea?
sonable doubt, my life within that hour
had only been worth two paltry inches.
I repeated the question to myself : "Who
wants my life? And, if nnybody wants
it, what are their claims? What haye I
done to merit assassination?" Being
wholly unable to answer these queries, I
resolved to make a confident of my host,
the hotel-keeper.' I called him to my
room, and told him what had happened.
He shrugged his shoulders and ex?
"Monsieur, like the rest of mankind,
must pay the penalty of love!"
"But," said I, shocked at his sang
froid, "I have not made love. Since I
haye been here, I am not conscious of
even haying looked at a woman-much
less spoken to one."
"Then it is au enigma," he replied.
"The only solution I can offer you is
that you have been mistaken for somo
"Bon Dieu.'" I exclaimed. "You have
undoubtedly hit the mark. I have been
mistaken-and I know for whom. Have
you not seen a man in this town bearing
a striking resemblance to me?"
"No," was tho answer.
"Well, my friend, I haye. The mo?
ment I saw him, I felt uncomfortable. I
had a presentiment of evil. You will
oblige me by letting me have your bill.
I shall go to Paris to-night. If I stop
here another day, my lifo, which I left
England to fortify, will be snuffed out
like a caudle."
The hotel-keeper, seeing matters come
to a point that affected bis interests, en?
deavored to laugh down my thoughts.
He argued that the ball I had received
in my hat might have been destined for
a bird; that it was the shot of some
wretched marksman, who had mistaken
my hat for a crow."
"That may all be very well," I an?
swered; "but suffer me to tell you that
your excuse only makes me more reso?
lute to leave this place; for of what value
is a mau's life iu a district abounding
with sportsmen who can mistake a hat
for a crow?"
A train left for Puris at 2:35. It was
an express, and I found it to be duo at
8 o'clock. I despatched my portman?
teau by a porter to the station, and
having twenty minutes beforo me, sat
down to a slight repast of cold fowl and
vin ordinaire. The position of my table
enabled mo to get a view of tho street.
As tho porter strode away with my lug?
gage, I observed a mau cross the road
and accost him. ID reply to what was
obviously a question, the porter, with
the gesticulations of a Frenchman, point?
ed with his thumb to the hotel, and vi?
gorously Dodded his head. The mao
crossed over again to the pavemeot, came
on until he was opposite the hotel,
caught sight of me through the window,
and abruptly turning on bis heel, walked
off in the direction takea by the porter.
I thought nothing of this. The man, I
conjectured, probably wanted the job I
had given to the porter. He was a com?
mon-looking fellow, dressed in leather
gaiters, a blouse, a slouch od cap and a
belt. There was nothing singular in his
face. He wns dark, with a black beard
and moustache. He was a familiar type
of the middle-aged peasant of Southern
Having discharged my bill, I walked
to the railway station. On ODO platform
there was much tumult, a train from
Paris having just arrived. But upon tho
platform against which stood the train
that was to bear me to the North, I count?
ed only Ave people, exclusivo of porters.
But I had little time for observation.
The train wonld leave in three minut?e.
I saw my portmanteau stowed away iu
the luggage van, procured myself a first
class ticket and took my seat. The shrill
whistle of the guard sounded. The eu?
gine gave a snort and the line of car?
riages clanked to their chains as they
tightened to the strain. Suddenly se?
veral voices cried, "StopI stop! Now,
theo, quick! Whioh class-first? Let's
see your ticket. Hight. Here you are
-jump io!" The door of my carriage
was opened, a form bounded in, the door
was slammed, thore was another shrill
whistle, and off went the train. I looked
at my companion. He was the man
Whom I had noticed speck td the porker
and etaro io the window cf wy hotel. A
thrill passed over mo. My re?ou t escapo
had greatly ?haken ray nervous eye tem;
and the apparition bf the man whom I
foltl ought to suspect sent a chill through
my blood. As a peasant, which he -waa
not expressed only in dress, but in his
hands, whioh were dirty, rough and
horny-what did he do in a first-class
carriage ? I would have given something
to have exchanged carriages. But there
was no communication with tho guard.
Moreover, tho train, as I have told you,
was an express, aud did not stop uutil a
run of sixty-six miles hud beon accom?
plished. We wero now bowling away
with great rapidity. The mau sat, screw?
ed up in a corner away from me, immov?
able. He appeared to be looking through
the window at the country as it whirled
by; but there was an abstracted expres?
sion in his gaze which indicated that he
saw nothing. His arms were folded
upon his breast. Though ho must have
been conscious of my scrutiny, he never
turned his eyes upon me. His lips, I
saw, were tightly compressed and he
breathed slowly, but doeply, through his
nose, tho nostrils of which dilated to the
I bogan after a little to regain my com?
posure. I struggled to laugh down my
fears. What, I thought, had I to fear
from a man I had never seen-who had
never seen mo? Tho thing was prepos?
terous. I oxtractcd a paper from my
pocket and commenced to read. I might
have spoken to him, only I imagined
that a man in his situation might have
been embarrassed at my French, which
I did not apeak with a good accent. Be?
sides, there was something that repelled
all approach in his immobility. Half an
hour passed away. All at once, over the
edge of my newspaper, I saw him put
his hand out of the window, ns if to
open the door. I had no time to conjec?
ture his intentions, when, with a wild,
screaming whistle, wo wero hurled into
tho night of a long tunnel. The rapid
disappearance of day-light mado tho oil
lamp suspended in the carriage emit but
the dullest light for some minutes. I laid
the newspaper down with nil my old
fears revived in me. I had scarcely dono
so, when I saw the outline of a man rise
in tho carriage. Ho leaped over to mo
where I was seated. I saw the gleam of
a knife in tho air. Mad with passion
and .surprise, I grasped the descending
arm. A furious determination to pre?
serve my life, inspired me with the
strength of a giant. Tho ferocity with
which I seized the wrist, forced the hand
open. Tho knifo fell, and thon com?
menced a silent, furious struggle. He
seized me by the collar and clung with
the tenacity of a tiger. I heard him
snapping his teeth, as if ho wero endea?
voring to bite. We swayed from one
end of the carriage to the other. I felt
how weak ill health had left me, and
prayed to pass out into the light, that I
might the better encounter the ruffian.
Suddenly, I felt myself swung around
with tremendous energy. I bounded
against a door which opened, and we
fell on the lines in the very coutre of the
tunnel. Tho fall seemed to have stunned
him, for he fell under mo and remained
there for a time motionless. For myself,
I received an indescribable shook, such
as is experienced in a collision; but I re?
tained my senses. I heard tho roar of
the train dying away iu tho distance. I
saw tho red gleam fading Uko tho eye of
a dying demon. I still olatcbed bim by
tho thront, nor did I dare relinquish it.
My situation was frightful. ? I suspected
that a down train would soon bo passing,
and in the intense blackness of the tun?
nel, I oonld not see on which lino we had
fallen. I would have stretched forth my
band to grope for the rails; I might have
found a place of safety by judging of
the distance between them; but T felt
the form of my assailant commencing to
writhe beneath mo. His struggles (frew
fiercer. Ho endeavored to riso, but with
the fury of despair, I kept him pressed
down, ouo hand ou his throat, tho other
on his breast What I desired, was to
render him insensible. I would then
?eave him iu tho darkness, and grope my
way as I could.
Empire Shuttle Machine.
WHY IS IT TH K 1HC ST ?
^^^jt^^ift BU*U rTht?
Bl / fi woJif) Hpv^irav'c^ a,,d
^^SSBIII Unstarched. It
sews tho most delicate, thin, soft fabric with?
out drawing. It sews a bias Seam aa well aa
any other. W. D. LOVE k CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building,
NovlPO 5mo_Solo Agenta.
MANUFACTURED BY THE NATIONAL
WATCH COMPANY, pronounced by
dealers and conuoiaaeura throughout tho coun?
try to bo tho BEST TIMEKEEPERS now of?
fered to tho public for Ladies' or Gentlomon'B
use. Tboy combino improvements not found
in any other Watchea of cither Foreign or
American make. Ladieu dcBirous of purchas?
ing a handsome, strong, and correct time?
piece will Sud tho olegant Watch, bearing tho
trade mark of "LADY ELGIN." to bo all that
tboy desire. Inquire of your Jeweler for tho
Lady Elgin. No movements rotailcd by tho
Company. Business Office and Salesroom Na?
tional Watch Company, 159 and 1G1 Lake
Btreot . Chicago. March 22 3m _
A LEXANDER <fc MASON, Solicitors of Ame
J?\. rican and European Patents, and Coun?
sellors at Patent Laws, (fifteen years experi?
ence as solicitors of Patenta,) 4G0 Seventh
street, opposite tho Patent Offico, Washing?
ton, D. C. Papers carefully prepared, and
Patent s secured without delay. Examinations
in tho Patent O flic o froo of charge, and no in?
dividual fee asked in any case, unless a Patont
ia allowed. Charges as roasonablo as any
other reliable Agency. .Sond for circular of
terms, instructions and reference. Jan SO
SOME dealers in this city have been in doubt
that I could hold out supplying them with
Reer thia Bummer. I now inform tho public
that Ibavo a largo supply of old Lager Beer
on band, which 1 put against any Beer brought
from tho North, or evon imported from Ger?
many, as to purity and strength. I am ready
to test it by tho Beer scale.
Aug 20_JOHN C. SEEGERB.
"The Carolina House."
THIS HOUSE has always enjoyed tho repu?
tation of being tho b?at place in the city
for obtaining the coolest ana moat delicioua
mixed drinks. The new brand of Whiskey,
THE HIRERNIAN, is something out of tho
ordinary run. Call and see me, on Washing?
ton atreet. RICHARD HARRY,
April 7 Proprietor.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS~
AFULL suppJv of Fresh GARDEN SEEDS.
For lale bv E. HOPF.
HT^OIE*. NEW YORK !
Great Southern Freight and Passenger Line,
VIA CHARLESTON, S. C>
Rates Guaranteed as Low as by any Competing Route.
THE SHORT SEA LINE NORTH AND EAST.
M AKIM', INSURANCE, HALF PER CENT.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED TB I- WEEKLY BOUTE.
The Superior Ocean Side-Wheel Steamships
CHARLESTON, 1,200 Tons, JAMES BERRY, Commander.
JAMES ADQER, 1,200 TOIIB, T. J. LOCKWOOD, Commander.
JAS. ADQER k CO., Agents, Adger's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
O Si THURSDAYS.
TENNESSEE, 1.G50 Tone, O. CHICHESTER, Commander.
SOUTH CAROLINA, 1,050 Ton*, SIM. ADKINS, Commander.! H9S8
WAGNER, HUGER & CO., or
WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves, Charleston, S. C.
MANHATTAN, 1,300 Tons, M. S. WOODHULL, Commander.
CHAMPION, 1,500 Tona, It. W. LOCKWOOD. Commander.
JAS. AD GER & CO., Agents, Adger's Whnrf, Charleston. S. C.
These Steamships aro Firat Class in every respect, and all under the command of men of
many years' experience on the Atlantic Coast, and in apeed, comfort and oleganco of accom?
modations, aro unrivalled by any Steamers from tho South. Their talles are supplied with
all of tho delicacies of the New York and Charleaton Markets.
Through Passage Tickets and Bills of Lading
May bo obtained at all of tho Railroad Ticket and Freight Oflicce in connection
with this favorite routo, in South Carolina, Oeorgia, Alabama,
Tonnossee and Mississippi.
PRICE OF PASSAGE:
COLUMBIA via CHARLESTON TO NEW YORK, 822.00;
Including MealB and State-room on board of Steamers, and transfer in Charleston.
?7* Morcbanta, ordering their Spring Ooods, will find an important saving of time by
directing them shipped tia Charleston, S. C.
uer State-rooms may be secured ia advance, without extra charge, by addressing the
Agents of either Steamship Line, at Charleston.
B. D. HASELL, General Agent
Of the Great Southern Freight Line, 40 and 42 Broadway, Now York.
HENRY R. MORGAN & CO, Agenta
March 1 3mo Of Stemship Lines, 20 Broadway, New York.
PREPARED BY WALKER, EVANS *.<
'E tako great pleasnro in offciing tho
OLD CAROLINA RITTERS to tho pub
They aro componuded with great care,
w .A. I
MINING ?fe MANI
Factory Eaat end Hanoi street. Minea on A
v\/ ando IT1 or
For aalo by
Aug 1 ly W. C. DUK
?. C. KAUFMAN,
Aro. 25 Broad slreeel. Cliarleslon, S. C.
SOUTHERN 8TOCK8, BONDS, COUPONS
and Uncurrent Bank Notes bought and
sold on commiseion.
Also, Gold and Silver Coin.
Orders solicited and promptly attended to.
Prices current issued weekly and forwarded
gratuitously on application as above._
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
iV"08.10,12,14 Vendue Range, Charleston, S. C.
WHOLESALE Dealers in all kinds of
Hides, Wool, Skins, Furs, Ac. Have con?
stantly on hand a large assortment of Hides
and Skins. Tanners will do woll to call upon
us beforo purchasing.
HOBBS OOIiDSMITn. .MUI A n AM A. GOXAlSMITn.
HENRY BISCHOFF & 00.,
|U Vg AND Doalers in Wines, Liquors, Se?
nEfiifgars, Tobacco, Ac, 107 East Bav,
"??K Charleston, 8. C. H. BISCHOFF,
Aug 1 Iv J. H. PIEPER.
D.F. FLEMING & Co.
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
No. 2 Hayne street, corner
CHARLESTON, S. C.
D. F. FLEMING,
SAM'L A. NEL80N,
_Aug l_ly_JAMES M. WILSON.
Mills House, Charleston, S. C.
THIS clogant and commodious HOUSE hav?
ing boen renovated and newly furnished
throughout, is second to none in tho South.
Nov 13 J. PARKER. Proprietor.
The Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phos]
HAVING completed their extensive Manu
Fertilizers, no other kinds being availat
This Company, under tho direction entirely
duccmcnts which will recommend it to Sot
largest and moBt completo in tho United Sta
abundant supply of tho proper solvent for the;
aro near by. From these Phosphates they j
in Bolublo Phoaphato than those made from ra
quantity of Super-PhoBphate of Lime found in
salo, tho rates at which wo offer them being nc
tilizors, wliilo the Manures contain twice as m
cheaper to tho consumer. They are offered oi
that the material in each will correspond to th
ETIWANi No. 1_Soluble Phosphate, contai;
Puro Soluble Phosphate of Limo, and furniahe
ETIWAN, No. 2.-Peruvian 8uper-Phosphat(
Soluble Phosphate, and two to four per cent, o
proved acceptances, hearing interest, or such <
agents. Orders to bo forwarded immediately t
and arter 1st January next. '
G. G. MUMMINCEK, Proaidont.
SOS" Tho Fertilizers of this Company will ho 1
Agents for Elton's Premium Trenton Crackers.
W. H. CHAFEE & CO.,
207 East Bay, Charleston, 8. C.
Agenta for P. Ballantine ii Sons'
. Cream Ale.
WM. H. CHAFEE. THOS. 8. (PBRIEN.
E. ll. STODDARD. CA LEU FROXEBEItGER.
E. B. STODDARD & CO.,
WHOLESALE . DEALERS in
Boots, Shoes and' Trunks, at
_?Manufacturers* prices, 1G5 Meet?
ing street, nearly opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, 8. C._Aug 1 ly
EDWIN BATES &. C 0 ~
WholeBalo Dealers in
122 and 124 Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
GEO. C. BELMAN,
AUK 1 Iv _THOS. B. McQAflAN.
CHARLES KERRISON, Jr.
DEALER in Hardware, Cutlery,
Guns, Agricultural Implements,
jfto., 249 King street., Charleston,
8. C. An assortment of House-keeping Hard
ward on band._ _Aug 1 ly
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At New York Rates.
Constantly on band and made to order,
TOY81 TRIMMINGS ll FANCY GOOD8?I
MUSICAL Instruments, Stationery,
?BBEX"- Balla, Firo-worke, Ac. Stamping,
HgHEmbroidery and Braiding neatly oxc
^BB^cutod, from latest designa, at
VM. MCLEAN'S. 433 King St.,
Aug Charleston, 8. O.
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70OSWELL, A?V??TIBING AGEN JU.
and contain aome of the best T?nica in Pb arni a -
copia. AB evidence, of tb? Buporiority of our
Dittere over all others, we hsTO certificates
from many of tho leading Physicians In oar
8tate, who have prescribed them In their
THE OLD CAROLINA BITTEBB \
will bo found invaluablo for WANT OF APPE?
TITE, GENERAL DEBILITY, CHILLS, and
FEYER, DYSPEPSIA. Wo do not offer onr
Bitters as a cure for all diseases, bat os an
Aromatic Tonic, they have no equal.'
For Ba?o by Druggists and Grocers every
wboro. Principal Depot,
GOODRICH, WINEMAN AOO.,,
Importers of Choico Drugs and Chemicals'.
For salo in Columbia, wholesale ana retail,
by H. SOLOMON.
sr x) o
TON, S. C.
Y RIVER BONE PHOSPHATE.
COPELAND & BEARDEN, Columbia.
ES & CO., General Agonts, Charleston, 8. 0.
FOE PALATKA, FLORIDA,
Vin Savannah, Fernandina, Jacksonville and
Landings on the St. John's Biver,
THE elegant and first class
^Steamer DICTATOR, Capt. W.
LT. McNolty, will leave Charleston,
., for abovo places, ovory TUESDAY
EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
The elegant and first class Steamer CITY
POINT, Capt. Gcorgo E. McMillan, will leavo
Charleaton evory FRIDAY EVENING, at 8
o'clock, for abovo places.
Through Tickets to be had at railroad of?
No extra charge for Meals and State Booma.
For freight or passage, apply to
J. D. AIKEN & CO., Agenta.
South Atlantio Wharf. Charleston, 8. 0?
HENRY COBIA & C?.,
?G Vendue Range,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
ZOGBAUM. YOUNG & CO.,
IMPORTERS and Dealers in
[Musical Instrumenta, Strings,
?Ac. Ac. Agents of Steinway A,
Son'B and J. B. Dunham's Pianos, earhart A
Needham's Mclodeona, Tilton's Patent Guitar.
191 King Streot, Charleston, 8. C.
FERDINAND ZOGBAUM, New York: HEN?
RY YOUNG, 0. L. McCLENAHAN, Cbarlea
tr>n. 8. C._Aug 1 ly
La Valentina Segar Factory,
No. 118 East Bay Street,
HAVE for Balo the choicest brands of Pure
Havana Segars. AluO, good domestic
Sogars, at low pneea.
ALFRED A. BARBOT, Agent,
i Aug 1 ly Charleston, S. 0.
:>hate Company, of Charleston, S. C.,
factory, are now prepared to furnish Solnble
tie to planters for immediate returns for their
of Southern men of high character, offers in
ithem planiere. Their works aro among the
tea, and enable them to prepare at home an
South Carolina nativo Bone Phosphates which
>ropo80 to manufacture a Fertilizer oven richer
w bones, and containing moro than twice the
tho best average Manures heretofore offered for
) higher than tho average prico of other Fer
uch fertilizing material; they are in fact much
i the market in two forms, with a guarantee
Dining from eighteen to twenty-five per cent, of
d at sixty dollars per ton.
3, containing from sixteen to twenty por cent, of
f Ammonia, at seventy dollars per ton; for an?
other security as may be acceptable to the BUD
o tho Agents, and delivery made as directed on
WM. C. BEE ?fe CO., Agents.
jvanded ETIWAN. No. 1, and ET I WAN, No. 2
A Useful Invention.
H0USE-KEEPER8 who do their own cook
ing with Kerosene or Gas Stoves, have
heretofore felt tho want of a perfect Baking
DTJVAL'S PATENT BAKER,
Attached to their Stovos, will bake Bread. Bis?
cuit, Pies, Ac, and roast Poultry. Beef, Pota?
toes, A.C., to perfection. A fu'i supply of
Kerosene and Gas Stoves, of the best kinda,
together with Utensils for every purpose, for
aale, at wholesale and retail, by
J. B. DUVAL * SONS,
Charleaton, S. C., Agents for Patentees.
Aug 1 ly
11Eas on Iron Works,''
' CHARLESTON, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES, Machinery
J. M. EASON A BBO.
An pr J._ly
Moses Goldsmith & Son,
Nos. 4,0 and 8, Vendue Hange, Cliarleslon,S. G.
WHOLESALE Dealers in Iron, Metals,
Rags, and all kinds of Paper Stock
Highest cash prices paid for the abovo.
M08KS OOLDBMlTH._A nu A JIA M A. OOI.DHIIITII.
THOM. J. KEMI. IJEBMANN BULWINULE
T. J. KERR &G0.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
A'err'a Wharf, Charleston, 8. C.
WILL attend to the sales of all kinds of
Produce and Purchase of Merchandize.
Dealers in No. 1 Peruvian Guano and other
Fertilizers. _Aug 1 ly
Charleston Dental Depot
275 KING STREET.
?tOLD and Tin Foil, Amalgam Mineral
Teeth, Steel Goods, and ovory article uaed by
the Dontiat._Aug 1 ly
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL,
STATIONERS and Printers, and dealers in
Printers' Materials, Broad street, Charlea?
ton, 8. 0. Aug 1 ly