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HVKBY WEDNESDAY HOnNINO.
?V JULI AN ?. STELBY,
EDITOB AND PROPRIETOR.
Office on gain Street, above Taylor.
es-Book arid Job Printing of overy detcrip
tioo promptly .and faithfully attended to.
1 - * 1 . ' AD VE HTIH rai ENTS
Inserted in ibo Daily ct 7? cento por square
for tho first and 00 cent? each subsequent in?
sertion. Long advertisements by the week,
month or year, at reasonable rates.
Daily, six months, $4 uO; Tri-Weekly, 2 51 ;
Weeklv, 1 ?I?.
- ?ctn for EW-try Month.
A -Vikto-far-Every Stone.
?Jiu* '.'?ANtriair. '
By ber w.ui?ln this month is bnrn,
No gem save Garnets should bo worn;
Truo friendship and fidelity.
Tho Fobrnary born will find,
Bincerity and peace of mind;
Freedom from passion and from caro,
If they the Amethyst will wear.
Who on thia world of nora thoir oyco
In Mkrob firat open, shall bo v>iao,
In days af .peril firm and bravo, .
And wear a Bloodstone to their gravo.
She who from April dates her years,
Diamonds should wear, Iwst bitter tears
For vain repentance fi >w; this stono
Emblem of innocence is known.
Who first beholds the light of day
In spring's sweet flowery month of May,
And wears an Emerald all her lifo,
Shall bo a loved and happy wife.
Who comes with summer to this earth.
And owes to Juno her day of birth,
Witb ring of Agate on her hand.
Can health, wealth, and long lifo command.
The glowing Buby should adorn
Those who in warm July aro born;
Then will they be exempt and freo
From love's doubts and anxioty.
Wear a Sardonyx, or for theo
No conjugal felicity;
The August-born without thia i- tone,
'Tis said must live unloved and lono.
A maiden born when autumn leaves
Are rustling in September breeze,
A Sapphire on her brow should bind
'Twill cure diseases of the mind.
October's child is horn fur woe,
And life's vicissitudes must know;
Bot lay an Opal on her breast.
And hope will lull those woes to rest.
Who first comes to thia world below
With drear November, fog and ?now,
Should prize the Topaz, amber hue
Emblem of friends and lovers true.
If cold Decembor ga vu you hirth,
The month of snow and ice and mirth,
Pl ce on yoor hand a Turquoise bluo;
Buce?os will bless whatever you do.
.???ii? . . ..IDtmijreet's Monthly.
"Tiic Wngci of sin Is Denen."
Never did that stern decree strike mo
BO forcibly aa when I gazod on tho mise?
rable, stricken womau who stood before
me. She was only a washerwoman; but
as she leaned against the wall and sobbed
ont her ead, sad story of love, and sin,
and death, I fort the majesty of her grief
and could only pity her.
Long years ago those unkempt locks
wore Boft brown curls; those weeping
eyeB, now bleared with time and tours,
were bright and blue; and that wrinkled
old woman was a happy young girl, liv?
ing a life of innocence and simplicity
far awoy in a Pennsylvania village. Her
brother had taken her from Ireland when
she was a baby, and had more than done
bis duty by the little orphan ever since.
They were poor for many years after
their residence in America; but by in?
dustry and economy neon undated enough
to buy a house, where they opened u
village tavern and lived in the comfort
usual to their class.
Mary's education was very limited, and
alie cared naught for u book, but she did
ber work cheerfully nod neatly. Many
a traveler, Bitting on tho tavern porch,
of a summer'a afternoon, would look
with pleasure and admiration on the
rosy-faced girl, in her tidy working-dress,
drawing water at the well or feeding the
chicle?os in the yard. Tho young farm?
ers made love to this pretty Irish Mary,
but shu only responded by tossing ber
bead with a saucy smile, and telling
them Bhe could not think of marrying
without going back to Ireland to get tho
consent of the Queen. Then tho gentle?
man in question would leave her rallier
abruptly, and tell her friends that she
wasn't a girl of any intelligence anyhow,
and be didn't care. At last the poor,
honest little heart was captivated, and
oh! how much better, if she had loved
and married any one of the farmer lads
who had wooed her in nil truth and
honor. A young Frenchman came to
spend a summer in the fresh country air.
He was a printer, and theMeady hard
labor of three years in that bustling city
of Philadelphia, had mude him thin und
pale. He soon c.imo to love the domes?
tic life at Springville tavern, and joined
in all its duties. Ho weeded the gurdon,
rolled the gross, and drove the horse to
water, in a kind of offhand, natural
way, that rendered it impossible for any
one to be surprised ut his so doing.
Everybody liked tho gay young Bon vais,
but Mary loved him with that lovo "that
passeth understanding." Sho was ouly
seventeen, but her heart was strong in
its love for Pierre Uouvais, so strong
that all gratitude, all duty were forgotten
in this one passion. He was nonchalant
in his manner, so much so that she some?
times feared ho would go away and for?
get her, and if he did she would die.
Who has not felt, nt some time, that ono
disappointment of the heart's hopes
would be a death blow? And yot our
"days go on."
At last, Bon va't?' .manner brearan n
triflj more tender to Mary, and by d. -
groes she felt sure that he loved. A
told the BtoryV ' fi? *P?ed bet better tHah
life; would abo not leavo the cold North
and journey to tho eunny South with her
own Pierre? There they would live in a
dream of pleasure, and after the money,
that waa sure to come, waa plenteous,
they wonld go to his own dear France,
and live in Clermont. She kuew he had
?aid nothing of ber brother, and spoke
of first asking his consent.
"Ab! no, Marie. He will refuse, and
then I canuot live. Lot us go for a visit
to your friend at Bellefonte, und there
wo will marry, and oome back to see our
"This ia not right, Pierre; and I will
not go. My brother and his wife havo
been everything to me, and I must not
"And you will let your poor Pierre,
who loves no one but you, go far away
where he can nover seo yon; where he
will, en fin, kill himself and die alone,
while you will bo here with the dear
friends, alwuys happy, always smiling,
and then bo wife to a paysan farmer. All
righi; I go, this uight."
Mau, if you would win a woman's
heart, ask her not to share your wealth
or your fume, tempt her not with tho
thought that she will augment her owu
position in lifo; but in soft, low tones
ask ber to share your lonely hours, to
brighten them with her smiles or cheer?
ing words; ask her to ho your gentle
nurse in sickness, and your ready coun?
sellor in health; ask her to make you
happy, and if you aro in earnest, aud a
true mun, she cnn not say you nay.
At Pierre's Inst words, Mary's tears fell
like rain, aud sho begged at least to tell
her brother, but her importunate and
tyrannical lover would not consent, and
tho weak, cryiug girl submitted. That
night, a emull bundle of el o then was
carefully tied up, and Mary Kege.n ran
off with Pierro Bouvais. All traco of
them was lost by those they left behind.
They came to tho Crescent City, and
there lived for years. Pierre obtained
employment as nu engraver, tho art hav?
ing been learned as an accomplishment,
and, on the proceeds of his Inbor. sup?
ported Mary mid tho children. For a
lime, Ephraim wits "given up unto his
idol?," but ns the children grew large?*,
the mother's heart grew heavier and
heavier with its weight of sin, nud she
begged that even thou she might go be?
fore the alt'? with tho man she loved,
and there pledge her fidelity; but ho
only laughed, and said she hud come
with him of her own free will, and Unit
ho was COUtented. He told of his father,
who wns a merchant in France, and tba',
ulthotigh lo: hnil run away from home,
he would never marry any one that
would not bo an houor to tho Bouvais.
Ho hud only become a workman because
he had brought no money with him
when ho came to America, a boy of
seventeen; and if 8he didn't go on quiet?
ly in the old way, he wonld easily go
buck to France. This was all she could
obtain to satisfy her heart that longed to
expiate its crime; and ns he was always
kind, she said no more; but tho heavy
burden was always on tho soul.
One by one tho children died, nnd
only one httlo girl waa left of six that
had played around her knee. Ou a cold
rainy afternoon, as Mary sat by tho fire,
with her little girl on her Inp, Pierre
cuino in with dripping clothes, nnd
falling in a chair, asked for Rome brandy
A heavy piece of bnildiug timber had
fulleu nud struck his head, nud after
being attended for some hours by a pby?
siciau, ho was just able to stagger home;
hut a dull heavy pain was still almost
stunning him. A burnip/; fever set in,
and after days and nights of delirium,
the soul left its tenement of clay, and
Mary wast left alone.
Tho house nnd fnrnittiro wero sold,
and this unhappy woman, with her child,
was thrown on tho world to seek a liveli?
hood. She was not fitted for tho highei
walks of female labor, and lifo for ycart
hud been ono of physical ense, thus ren?
dering her almost incapable of real work
but stern necessity obliged. She hired
herself as a servant nt one of tlie larg?
female boarding-schools, and when tilt
little Louise grew larger, made arrange
meuts to have her taught with the pupil;
of tho establishment. Louise prove?:
herself worthy of these advantages, ami
at fifteen, was able to cope with most
girlsof her age. Gradually, she came ti
appreciate and understand the sacrifice.'
her mother was making for her, and soot
more tlinn paid for her lessons by hei
own labor. In all her enjoyment of tin
society of other girls, who were her KU
periors in tho social scale, she nevei
coined to love her mother.
Things were going on smoothly, nm'
Mary had almost forgotten the past it
looking forward to a bright future, whet
Pierre's child, his only legacy, wonld b<
uer support and comfort.
One day, a gentleman who knew o
her relation to Pierro Bon va is in dayi
geno by, came to her with n letter direct
ed to tim dead mun. He said it wai
from France, and that he would author
ize her to open it. She did so, but bein/
unable to read French, hail to suomi
tho perusal to Mr. Mellon. It proved t(
ho au inquiry from old Monsieur Boll
vais, respecting his son's welfare, HIM
beseeching some tidings of him, or if In
was no longer living, a letter from hil
children. Mr. Melton immediately ad
vised Mary to let him write, acquaint nt
M. Bouvais of Pierre's death, aud ol t <
existence of his child. She consentid
A few months hud passed, when nguit
Mr. Melton culled on Mary, hringitii
with him M. Augusto Bouvais, Piern 'i
brother. He hud come to luke his br
thor's child to France, and poor Mar;
was to bo loft without ono ray of hnppi
Hosp. At. first, sho refuged mott decided
ly, but M. Augusto won her over, I?;
appealing to her mother's heart in pic
turing the lifo of pleusuro and joy ii
store for her child. Louise was thei
called, and the whole stury of her father'
life was revealed to her, even theabaenc
of the marriage rite. She wept witl
j agony on learning this, and falling o:
V-L w'other'a,, neck declared>bafc ..the!
could nu ver te#v? her. 1 ' " H
"O, mother, you'Ba'v? indeed sinned
heavily, but I will not forsake youl For
all yon have suffered, there mnBt be some
recompenso, sud I should be the ou o to
bless your old age and smooth your dy?
ing pillow. Oh! mamma, if your lips
were parching with fever, and you cried
for water, who would give it to you if I
Mary strained her to her heart in a
long, long clasp, and covered her face
with kisses; then turning to M. Augaste,
gasped out: "Take my child. but God'*
curse rest on you tho day you treat her
She left the room, and tho two gentle?
men took Louise to a carriage, and that
evening she sailed for France. Ooo let?
ter came to tho poor mother, sayingthut
her grand-parents nud undo wore all sLo
could desire, but they had forbidden her
communication with her mother after
this letter. "But, mother, you made mo
go," showed tho daughter's heart.
This WUK what the poor creatnro told
mo, while her frame wos convulsed with
sobs. At last, she could stand it no
longer, and pressing a kiss on my baud,
she drew her faded shawl around her,
and tottered down tho stairs.
I found myself crying and saying:
"The wages of sin is death." Miuo were
no idle tears; this story is strictly true.
KITS North Carolina MOUNTAIN BUT
*w I_ TUB for salo low by tho package
March 9_GEO. HY M MERS.
MANUFACTUItFD BY TUE NATIONAL
WATCH COMPANY, pronounced by
uua.ers and connoisseurs throughout t ho coun?
try to bo tho BK8T TIME-KEEPERS now of
feed to tho public for Ladies' or Gent lcm cn V
uso. They combino improvements not found
in any other Watches of either Foreign or
American ntako. Ladies desirous of purchas?
ing a handsome, strong, and correct, time?
piece will lind tho eh gant Watch, bearing thc
trade mark of "LADY KLGIN," to bo all that
thev desire. Inquire of your Jeweler lor the
Lady Elgin. No movements retailed by tim |
Companv. Business Gflice and Salesroom Na- i
tional Watch Company, 15!) nod 101 l.ako I
Btreet. Chicago. March 22 3m
SOME dealers in this city have been in doubt
that 1 could hold out supplying them with
Beer this summer. I now inform tho public
that I have a largo supply of old Lager Beer
on hand, which 1 put against any Beor brought
front tho Nor!h, or even imported from Ger?
many, aa to purity and atrength. I am read}
to test it by tho Beer seale.
Aug 20 _ JOHN C. SEEG ERK.
Tobacco ! Tobacco !!
rji\ BOXES COMMON TOBACCO, at loy
I " " figures.
30 boxen Fair Chewing Tobacco.
?1 boxes Extra Rock City Chowing Tobacco.
4 boxes Commonwealth Chewing Tobacco.
10 boxes Rose Bud Chewing Tobacco.
.Twly 20_JOHN O. HE F G ERR.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
GENERAL SUPT'S OFFICE, SEI'T. 15,18f,0.
KSgfcMgCgHBBflB THE following Schc
?^S?!r&E?cz!3fl?rvdulo for "Passenger
Trains will be observed Irom this date:
I>.\Y FASBBKOEB THAIN.
Leaving Columbia at.7.-15 a. m.
Arriving at Columbia at.p. m
NIOUT EXPRESS TRAIN.
Leaving Columbia at.5.50p.m.
Arriving at Columbia at.4 t!5 a. m.
T?R CAMDEN THAIN-TUI-WKKK! Y
(Mondays. Wednesdays and Saturdays.)
Arrive Columbia 11.00 a. tn. Leave 1.20 p. m.
Arrive at Ringville in timo to ct nm ct with
through mail train Routh.
DAILY (SUNDAYB EXCEPTED )
Leave Camden CS5a.m. Ai Ringville9 20a.m.
Lve Ringville 3.15 p. m. Ar Camden 0 (i5p.ni.
Rates Guaranteed as Low a
TUE SHORT SEA LIN
THE OLD ES TA li I. IS ll El
The Superior Ocean i
CHARLESTON, 1,200 Tons, ,
JAMES AUGER. 1,200Tons,
JAS. ALGER & CO., A|
TENNESSEE, 1,050 Tons, O
SOUTH CAROLINA, 1,6501
WM. A. COURTEN
MANHATTAN, 1,300 Tone,?
CHAMPION, 1 500 Tons, II.
JAS. ADGER k CO., Ag
These Steamships are First Class in every rc
many years' exp?rience on tho Atlantic CoHst.
inodations. ate Ult ri va I'cd bj any Sit inners fit
all of tho delicacies of tho New York and Char
Through Passage Tick
May bo obtainet? at all of tho Railroad '
with this favorite route, in Hom
COLUMBIA via CHARLES!
Including Meals and Stato-room on boar
X?- Merchants, ordering Mu ir Spring Goodi
directing them bhippc
tar State-rooms may bo secured in advanr
Agents of either Bteaun
Of the Great Southern 1
March 1 Smo
Charlotte, Columbia and Angosta B. B.j
CQLUMUI?, S. C., December 23, 1869. '
THE following is tlio'Passonger Sobednlo
oter this Hoad: Y
Leavo Augusta, at. 4.00 a. rn.
" Columbia, U.C.,at.9.40 a. m.
?' Winnsboro, at - - - --ll 40 a. m.
.* Chester, at ---------- J.40 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C.4.20 p.m.
Leave Charlotte. N. C.,at.10 SO a. m.
" Chester, at.1.25 p. m.
*' Winnsboro, at.-2.67 p. m.
*? Columbia,?. C., at. 5.07p.m.
Arrive at Augusta.0.50 p. m
Making closo connections with Trains of
Contraland Georgia Railroads for Savannah,
and all points Routh and West.
Palace Sleeping Cara on all Night Trains.
Through Tickets auld, and Raggagechccked to
all principal points.
j&- Paascnuers hy this route OOINO NORTH
havo choice of TimiJE DIFFERENT IIOUTEB.
Leave Columbia. fi 15 p. rc
Arrrtvo at Augusta. 3 SO a. m
Leavo Augusta. 4 15 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia.1 30 a. m.
C. BOUKNIOHT, Superintendent.
P.. R. DORSEY, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agt.
The North and South United,
pTTT OT, Pp?i^*^^^ RY tho great Metr?poli
9IX!2&*^X?^J&$? tan Through PauBeuger
Iioute. Seo that your Tickets aro good etti
Petersburg. Weldon, Raleigh and Charlotte.
NORTH CAROLINA lt. R. TIME TABLE.
Trains Ea6t. Trains Wost.
ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte. 4 15 p ra 10 0l> a m
Salisbury.G 14 p m G 19 p ni 7 37 a ni 7 5G a ni
Greenab'o.8 57 p m 9 02 pm 5 OG a m 5 14 a m
Haleigh ... 1 00 a m 1.45 a m 12 00 m n 1.1 0 a m
Goldsboro 5 30 a m 8 30 j? tn
A Freight and Accommodation Train leaves
Charlotta daily, at 3 -10 a. m., and ariivoB at
12 25 p. m. ALPERT JOHNSON, Rup.
Spar tanbury and Union Bailroad.
?BfflBSBBIni ON and after tho 18th October.
?3??i^?3ar21PaB8eiiger Trains will leave Spar
tanhurg C. H. on Mondays, Wed need ays and
Fridays, at 7 30 a, m., and arrive at Alston al
1.35 p. m., connecting with Greenville down
train. Returning Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays, leavo Alaton 9 30 m.; arrive Spar
tauburg 3.40 p. m., aa per following Schedule.
J town Train. Up Train.
Miles. Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Loavc.
Spartanburg 0 7.30 3 40
Pacolct.10 8.15 P.20 2.50 2.55
Jonesville.. . 19 8 55 OOO 2.10 2.U
Union ville... 28 9.45 10.10 12..r;5 1.25
Santnc.37 10.45 10 50 12.15 12.2P
Shelton.48 11 40 11.45 11.20 11.26
Lyles Ford. .52 12(5 12 10 10 55 ll.Of.
Strother_5(5 12 30 12.35 10.30 10.35
Alston.08 1.35 9.30
Oct 14 TITOS, n. JF.TF.R. President.
fcchedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
Leavo Anderson.i 20 P. KL
" Pendleton. 5 20 '
" Perryvillc.GOO "
Arrive at Walhalla.7 00 "
Leave Walhalla.8 SO A. M.
** Perryvillc. 4 10
" Pendleton. 5 10 "
Arrive at Anderson.G 10
Waiting at Andi rson one hour for the arrival
of np train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
March 4 _W. H. D. PAILLARD. Sup.
Greenville ana Columbia Railroad
Hg TOT CBHBB8?B ON and after WEDNES
9B?io>*Sr?L!!?W* DAY, January 19, tho fol?
lowing Schedule will be lun daily, Sunday
excepted, connecting with Night Train on
South Carolina Ruad, np and down, and with
Night Train nh Chai lotte, Columbia and Au?
gusta Road going South:
Leave Columbia. 7.00 a m
'1 Alston . 8.40 a m
.* Nowhorry. 10.10 am
Arrive AbboviRo. 8 00 p m
" Anderson._ 4 20 pm
M Greenville. 5 00 pm
Leave Greenville. 5.45 a nt
" Anderson. fi 25 a ni
?? Abbeville. 8 00 a m
" Newberry. 12 85 pm
?? Alaton. 2 10 p ni
Arrive Columbia. 3.45 p ni
Tho Train will return from Relton tu Auder
?on on Monday and Friday mornings.
n Freight and Passenger Line,
IARLEST0N, S. G>
.-o- . -o-- - - -
is by any Competing Route.
E NORTH AND EAST.
t?, HALF PK It CENT.
U TRI- WEEKL Y UO UTE.
JAMES BERRY, Commander. .
T. J. LOCKWOOD, Commander.
gents, Adger's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
, CHICHESTER. Commander.
ons, SIM. ADKINS, Commander.! jSWfgSr,
WAGNER, HUGER & CO., or
AY, Union Wharves, Charleston, S. C.
II. S. WOODHULL, Commander.
W. LOCKWOOD, Commander.
Slits, Adger's Wharf, Charleston. S. C.
ppect, and all under tho command of men of
and in speed, cnmf'Tt and eleganco of accom
m the Si nih. 'J heir tubbs aro supplitd with
ets and Bills of Lading
ricket and Freight Offices in connection
th Carolina, Georgia, Alabama,
ON TO NEW YORK, 522.00;
d of Steamers, and transfer in Charleston.
i, will And an important aaving of timo by
d via Charleston, S. C.
e, without extra charge, by addressing tho
'hip Line, at Charleston.
B. D. HASELL, General Agent
freight Lino, 40 and 42 Broadway, New York.
IENRY R. MORGAN & CO, Agenta
Of Stomsbip Lines, 2G Broadway, Now York.
WE tnko great pleasure in offering tho
OLDCAROLIN A B1TT1- HS to tho pub
Ho. They aro compounded with great care,
MINING & MANI
Factory East end Hasel street. Mines on J
For sale by
Aug 1 ly W. C. DUK
No. 25 Kroad strccel. Charleston. S. C.
SOUTHERN STOCKS, RONDS, COUPONS
and Uncurrent Dank Notes bought and
told on commis?-ion.
Also, Gold and Silver Coin.
Orders solicited anil promptly attended lo.
Prices curreut issued weekly and forwarded
gratuiton-ly on application ns nbove.
"^OS^'G^TD??ML?IH & SON,
Ans. 10, 12,14 Vendue Hange, Claaicslon, S. C.
WHOLESALE Dealeis in all kinds of
Hide*, Wool, Skins, Fur*, Ac. H a vt con?
stantly on hand a large assortment of Hides
and Skins. Tanners will do well to call upon
us before purchasing.
Most-.S (lOI.nsMlTII. ABRAHAM A. GOLDSMITH.
HENRY BISCHOFF & CO.,
/G?ir??? AND Dealers in Wiues, Liquors. So
rjE?g??f^ara, Tobhcco, Ac., 1!)7 Eiist Bay,
aaSScharlcttou, S. C. H. BISCHOFF,"
Angl ly J. H. Pl Kl EH.
D. F. FLEMING & Co.
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
No. 2 Hayuo street, corner
CHARLESTON, S. C.
D. F. FLEMING,
SAM'L A. NELSON,
Ang 1 ly _JAMTR]I_2L W IL^ON.
Mills House, Charleston, S. C.
rTWlS elegant anti commodious HLUSF. hav
X ing been renovated and newly furnished
throughout, is second to none in the Knuth.
Nov 13 J. PABKER. Proprietor.
The Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phos]
HAVING completed their extensive Manu
F?rtil zers, no other kinds being availaL
This Company, under the direction entirely
dunemeiits which will recommeiitl it to Sin:
largest and most complete ill the United Sta
abundant supply of the proper solvent for the
are near by. From these Phosphates they j
in soluble Phosphate than those math- from ra
quantity of Super-Phosphate of Lune found in
salo, the rates HI which we oflcr them being nt
tilizers, while the Manures contain twice as ni
chestier to the consumer. They are offered tn
that thc material In each will correspond to th
ETIWAN, No. 1.-Soluble Phosphate, cont an
Pure Soluble Phosphate of Lime, and Inrnisbei
ETIWAN, No. 2.-Peruvian Bopcr-Phnsphnti
Soluble Phosphate, and two to four per ci nt. o
proved acceptances, beating interest, or such
agents Orders to bo forwarded immediately t
and after 1st January ii^xt.
O. G. MKMMIKOBR, President,
ii- Tho Fertilizers of this Company will bo 1
A gents for Kiton's Premium Trenton Crackers.
W. H. CHAFEE & CO.,
207 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
Agents for P. Ballantino A. Sous'
WM H. CHAFEE. TnOH S. O'BIUEN.
K. IS. STuDDAKD. CALKS' HKONEIU'.IIOKU.
E. B. STODDARD & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS in
Boots, Shoes and Trunks, al
Manufacturers' prices, 105 Mect
ing street, nearly opposite Chai leaton Hotel,
Charleston. S. G. _ Aim 1 Iv
EDWIN BATES & CO?,
Wholesale Dealers in
CLOT ZEE IMG,
122 and 124 Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
GEO. C. SELM AN.
Aug 1 tv Ttl"? lt Mr?AIIAV.
CHARLES KERRISON, Jr.
DKA?.ER in Hardware,Cutlery.
^^BBWffy A e rion! lura) lmplenu nts,
Tty^g^gy^ ,\ e.. 249 Ki nu et nit., Chariest on,
s. C. AM assortment of House-keeping Hard
ward on lonni. *"?.' 1 Iv
W. H. COHIK'S LATKST PATENT.
At New Ytirk Bales.
Constantly on hand anti uiado to ordor.
TOYS I TRIMMINGS II FANCY OOODS1I1
MUSICAL Instruments, Stationery,
Base Balls, Fire-worka, Ac. Stamping.
Embroidery and Braiding neatly exo
cutcd. from !stest designs, at
VM. MCLEAN'S. 433 King 8t.,
Aug Charleston, 8. C.
ig/ :? ":^;7"ffi,,Tr-j!i|Biii?..WfaL^1M
VO G HW ELL, ADVERTISING AG EUI*.
mid contain somo of thu bebt Tonics in Pharma
copla. As evidence of the superiority of our
Hitters over. all others, wo liavo certificat ce
from many of the leading Physicians In our
?St a to, who havo preset ibed them in their
THE OLD CAROLINA HITTERS
will bo found invaluable for WANT OP APPE?
TITE. GENERAL DEBILITY, CU 11.LB and
FEVER, DYSPEPSIA. Wo do not offer our
Ritters as a euro for all diseases, but ns an
Aromatic Tonic, thoy have no equal.
For salo by Druggists and Grocers every?
where. Principal D< pot,
GOODRICH. WISEMAN A CO.,
Importers of Choice Drugs and Che mica)?,
For salo in Columbia, wholetale and retail,
by H. SOLOMON.
XT TD O
TON, S. C.
lah ley River.
?Y RIVER BONE PHOSPHATE.
COPELAND <fe DEARDEN, Colombia.
ES ?t CO., General Agents, Charleston, S. 0.
FOR PALATKA, FLORIDA.
Via Savannah, Fernandina, Jacksonville and
Landings an the St John's River.
. THE elegant and first class
?Steamer DICTATOR, Capt. W.
_IT. McNelty, will leave Charl* at on,
S. C., for above placcB, every 1 DESDA Y
EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
Tho elegant and first class Steamer CITY
TOI NT, Capt. George E. McMillan, will leavo
Charleston every FitlDAY EVENINO, at 8
o'clock, for above places.
1 brough Tickets to bo had at railroad of?
No extra charge for Meals and State Rooms.
For freight or passage, applv to
J. D. AIKEN & CO , Agents,
Son Hi A11 ? nt io V\)i?rf. rimrWn ??. H. 0.
"ILE?RY C0B1A & CO.,
1G Vendue Range,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
ZOGBAUM, YOUNG & CO.,
IMPORTERS and Dealers in
[Musical Instruments, Strings,
Ac. Ac. Agouti* of Steinway A.
Son's and J. B. Dunhnm's Pianos, Cai kart tz
Needham's M clo leons, Tilt on'b Patent Guitar.
191 King Street, Charleston, S. C.
FERDINAND ZOGBAUM, hew York; HEN?
RY YOUNG, C. L. McCLEN AH AN, Cbarles
t"? ? r._Aog 1 ly
La Valentina teg ar Factory,
No. 118 East Day Street,
HAVE for sale tho choicest brands of Puro
Havana Segara. Also, good domestic
Segura, at low prices.
ALFRED A. BARBOT, Agent,
Aug 1 ly Charleston, S. 0.
phate Company, of Charleston, S. C.,
factory, aro now prepared to furnish Solnblo
du to plantera for immediate returns tor their
of Southern men of high character, offers in
them planters. Their woika are ninoi g the
tea. and enable them to prepare at heme an
South Carolina natlvo Bone Phosphates willoh
impose to muiiutai tin e a Fertilizer even richer
w linnea, and containing more than twice the
the best average Mamu * B heretofore offered lor
. higher I bau ihe av? rage prico ol other Fer
ueb fertilizing nisteiia); they are in fact much
i the e m Ixt in two forms, with a guarantco
nining from eighteen lo twenty-five per cent, of
? at sixty dollm-i. per ton.
*. containing (rom sh'teen to twenty per cent, of
f Ammonia, ut acveiity dollar* p? r ton; 1er ep?
ithel- security as may be acceptable to tho sun
u tho Agents, and delivery made as directed on
WM. C. BEE A CO., Agents.
iranded ETIWAN, No. 1, and ETIWAN, No. 2
A Uselnl Invention;.
HOUSE-KEF PI- RS who do their own cook?
ing willi Kerosene or Gas Kt oven, have
heretofore felt tho want of a perfect Baking
DUVAL'S PATENT RAKER,
Attache d to their Stoves, will hako Rread. Bis?
cuit, P?"s, Ac, and roast Poultry, Beef, Pota
liiea, Ac, lo perfection. A fn'l supply of
Ker OM< nc and (ia? Move?, of the heat kinds,
together with Utensils for every purpose, for
sale, at wholesale and retail, by
J IL DUVAL db SONS,
Charleston, S. C., Agents for Patentees.
"Eason Iron Works,''
CHARLESTON, S. C.
rfjP1^^* STEAM ENGINES, Machinery
Hil susMISiill and Cast ii gs.
jH^j^i \ iJ* - EAS0N & sp?
urloses Goldsmith & Son,
Nos. i, G ?mi 8, Vendue Range, Charleston,8. C.
WHOLESALE Dealers in Iron, Metala,
bags, mid all kinds of Paper Stock
Highest each prices paid for tho above.
MOSHH nOI.PHMITH Aim AHAM A noi.nwiTn.
THOS. J. KEllU. IIE11MANN JJULWINKLK
T. J. KERR & 00.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Kerr's Wharf. Charleston, S. C.
XTTILL attend to the stiles of all kinds of
VV Produce and Purchase of Merchandise.
Dealers in No. 1 Peruvian Guano and other
Peri Pisser*. Aug 1 ly
Charleston Rental Depot
275 KINO STREET.
^t_0LD and Tin Foil, Amalgam Mineral
Tooth, Stool Goods, and every article need by
tho Dentist._ Aug 1 ly
WALKER, EVANS & COGBWELL,
STATIONERS and Printers, and dealers in
Printors' Materials, Broad street, Charles?
ton, S. C. Ang 1 ly