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' Tia not the mnrmnring voice of spring
That stirs my heart abd makos me sing;
> 'Tis not tho blue skies, bubbling o'er
With auDBhino spilled along earth's floor;
Nor y et tho flush of bursting rose,
Nor bloom of any flower that grows.
It hi that long; tong years ago,
When jail the world waa blushing so
It is that thou roy aheek blushed too,
My heart boat,fast for love and you;
There wis * muaio in the air
I fail to And now anywhere.
And no. when spring comes wandering by,
I lose the thread of misery;
Trusting, the promise of her days, , ?
I tune my .Voice to sing her praise,
I And cheat myself with the sweet pain
That in tho spring love blooms again.
THE JUDGE'S DAUGHTER..
So end is my story, and so true, that
it seems branded into my memory in
letters of fire. It is no story conjured
np by the imagination, nor yet one that
needs any glossing over by a fertile pen.
All ita incidents aro real-none exagge?
rated. Dot mauy years ago n haughty
old man, a judge of incorruptible morals,
died, loaring behind bim two children.
After his death it was found that he had
not been so wealthy as many bad ima?
gined, yet rich enough to leave to eaoh
daughter.a .moderate competence. To
the eldest sister descended the home?
stead and a sufficient income to keep up
their former style; to the younger $20,
000, invested in. au old and trusty bank.
From infancy Estelle, tho eldest, had
been acquainted with a poor, but proud?
spirited boy., She hadwatobed his inef?
fectual struggles for an education such
as he desired, admiring his unconquera?
ble ambition, and as he neared manhood
he became ber most ardent lover. But
the old judge demurred. No daughter
of bis should encourage the attentions
of a' penniless youth-their intimacy
must cease. Obedient as a ohild, she
listened to her father's commands, and
obeyed them implicitly. He surrounded
ber with gay company; he did everything
that wealth or taste could suggest, to win
ber'mind away from her boy lover. But
though she uttered no complaints, he
, knew that she did not forget. At last
be died. He did not bind ber with any
promises. Perhaps in death his eyes dis?
covered that it needs more than mere
wealth to bring happiness. After ber
bereavement Bupert Kingsland came to
"Estelle, i?y love," ho said, passion?
ately, "I contd not keep away from you
longer. It may seem wrong to you for
me to como to you, now that he is gone,
when I know how muoh opposed he was
to me; but, darling, you are in trouble,
and I must comfort yen."
She did not obide him. She believed
her father must have relented, or else he
would have spoken and forbidden her to
receive him after death. She wept and
sobbed on his bosom like a child.
"Bupert," she returned, "if you had
forsaken me now, I should indeed bo
"And to leave you ever will kill mel"
he ejaculated, impetuously, "Cnrse my
fortune, that I must be forever debarred
"Don't speak so fiercely, Bupert,"she
pleaded. "No ono stands between us
"Yes, poverty stands between us, as it
ever did," be replied. "Never will I
take advantage of his decease to step un?
worthily where ho forbade me. If I
could ever obtain my wish of becoming
a great and famous physician, Estelle,
then would I be proud to como to you."
"Where would you go to become a
doctor?" she queried.
"I would study in England, France
and Germany," was his eager response.
"Xo be a common-place physician would
not satisfy me. I must be the equal of
the most eminent."
For a moment sho was silent.
"Bupert," she observed presently,
"the way is open for you at last. My
money is left untouched. In no way
would its use give me so much joy as to
know it was aiding you to obtaiu your
life's desire. You shall go to England,
France and Germany. Only return to
me aa pure as you leave me."
For a time, he opposed such a sugges?
tion. He could not accept her money.
But in proportion to his unwillingness
to receive, beoame her eagerness to be?
stow. At last, ho consented. He would
only consider it a loan, to be repaid at
some future day. He would send to her,
as to a banker, for what he required, und
remain away somo four or five years.
Her sister was very much opposed to it,
when informed of what Estelle proposed
"You are exceedingly unwise, Es?
telle," sbe said, angrily, "to draw from
our capital to give to him. I doubt bis
goodness-? doubt his ever returning."
Estelle was wounded, bat not discou?
raged. She made him a present of a
very handsome gold watch and chain,
and money enough to defray all ex?
penses incidental to bis journey and first
admittance to a medical school. Tben
he was to write to her, and sho would
send him more. His first two years were
passed in England, and he received
money /rom her every quarter. He
lived in style, even luxury, surrounded
himself with everything he could wish
for; and though sometimes she thought
he must be very extravagant in bis
habits, she made no inquiries, no com
watch and wait tho oliil remaining three,
years of his absence. He went to Ger?
many. ?'He.>emained,, there two alair*
longer." The" last y?ar of his pr?pTiff?
absence, be wrote to'Estelle thas:
"My love, I ?lo- not ^now bow to say
what I wish. My five years' have nearly
expired. I have tried to improve them
-1. conscientiously believe I have. I
am nearing the goal, which, save for the
goodness of your true and noble heart,
I never could have boped to attain, but
yet I am not satisfied. I wish to see you
so much, my poor, love birdiing, that
betimes I am ready to drop everything,
give up every future hope for this world
or the next, to fly to yon. But I restrain
myself. I wish to be entirely worthy of
?ou, and all you have done for me, when
do return. Ob, if I ouly could remain
here two years longer-two yeors, an
eternity of time to bo separated from
yon, and yet how much I might accom?
plish therein 1"
She perused and re-perused that part
of his lotter. Two years morel Two
years of lone waiting-seven years of
weary watching! She let not even a 6igh
escape from her lips. Her trust in him
was implicit. There is a passage in holy
writ which says, "There is no fear in
love, bat perfect love casteth out fear;
because fear bath torment. Ho that
feareth is not made perfect in love."
She was made perfect in earthly love
she knew no fear. It would be bard for
him to be away two years longer, bot if
he desired it, she would r?ot compluiu.
She did not think how her youth was
leaving her-she did not care. The only
question was how could she obtain the
money. She had already lent bim, so
great had been bis extravagance, every
penny of her principal. She took up
her pen, and thus wrote:
"Bupert, God alone knows how much
I long for you each day; but if it is your
wish to remain away two years more, do
not let that deter you. You know my
father did not leave mo as well provided
for ns was anticipated, and now all is
gone but tho homestead. If you think
the two 3*ears necessary, I will mortgage
He did think two more years requisite,
but lie wrote so touchingly about her
sacrifice that it seemed almost as if he
was conferring favor on her by taking it,
than her on him by giving. It was
mortgaged. Every dollar sho realized
was sent to him. Her one servant-she
had dispensed with them one by oue
was discharged. Then she stood alone!
What was she to do? She could not ap?
peal to her sister; she remembered the
taunts that sister bad extended to her.
She went out and procured a situation as
governess in a wealthy family-one of
ber old friends. Publia indignation be?
came intense. Judge Atherton's daugh?
ter a governess! People blamed her for
her folly, but she smiled serenely. Her
reward was yet to come, she believed.
Bupert's return and Bupert's fame would
compensate her for alli The two years
passed away, and even abe could not deny
to herself that sho bad failed greatly
during that time. Then a letter came to
her; it said :
"My patient dove, I am coming nt
last. Be ready for me in May. Write
me one more letter."
Accompanying it were papers contain?
ing notices of him and his great medical
skill. American papers congratulated
themselves upon going to have such a
rare acquisition to the medical fraternity.
She read, and wept tears of joy. Ho
was ooming at last!
"You must not be surprised," she
wrote iu hor responsive epistle, "to fiud
me much ohanged. I think my health
hus failed during the past two years quite
Ah! to how many hearts sacb an an?
nouncement would have carried terror!
She knew tbe namo of the ship in which
he was to sail, nud watched tho slow,
seemingly endless, days go by. She was
full of peaceful joy; ho was coming-she
was content. Those that knew her said
her face wore the expression of un angel.
Be that as it might-her heart woro the
happiness of one! She heard when the
.steamship arrived. They only lived
twenty miles distant-surely he would
como the next day. But tho next day
came, and tho next, and next, nnd he
came not. Sho saw his namo among the
list of arrivals; was ho sick? She was
tempted to go down and see, when a
gentleman called upon ber.
"I have seen your friend, Dr. Kings?
land, in the city," he Baid. "He told
me to inform you that he had been de?
tained, but would Boon be up."
The announcement took one pang from
her heart only to add another. He was
well-she thanked God for that; but
could she have been within twenty miles
of him, for a week, without sending him
a message? That was all the reproach
she allowed her gentle heart to make,
while she formed a thousand excuses for
his cruel neglect. Two weeks more went
past, and they numbered three. Then a
note came, which commenced as follows :
"My dear friend, I feel as if I eau say
to you, through a note, that which I wish
to say, better than face to face. Estelle,
you have been my best friend, my good
Samaritan, and I am sure you will rejoice
at my happiness. I was married last
night ; ?.> Miss Mary Morse. You remem?
ber he*? A young Indy of wealth, beauty,
and a good position iu society."
She read no more. Some one in the
adjoining room heard a heavy full, and
rushed in. They found her on the floor,
apparently dead. They picked her up
aud sent for a physician.
"A severe shock," was bin conclusion.
"She is dying of the heart disease."
She became sonsiblo ngain, bnt her
heart was utterly broken. Seven years
of waiting, and then tho false-hearted
lover had left her-left her, after squan?
dering her property, to die in poverty?
Even then she uttered no complaints.
She had all his letters, little keep-sakos,
and every trifle pertaining to him
brought to her. She bound them up
and addressed them to him.
"After I am gobe keti? ?HSEto ?3
she said. . I
A week later they laid her away, and'
fulfilled her last request. He began, to
practico early, and his success was
wonderful, despite the notoriety which
his falseness bad brought upon him. On '
the first night after he retdrned from
Europe, Mary Morse gave a party. She
made her brother promise to watch Dr.
Kingsland, and bring him up with him.
'See if I do not win him from that
faded Estelle Atherton !" she exclaimed,
before he met her.
And she did so. Eis fickle heart
easily proved recreant to every vow of
love, every tie of honor. Two years
after, she was about to go down n flight
of stairs, when suddenly she uttered a
loud shriek and feP forward to the
bottom. When she L ?came conscious
sho said, "Estelle Atherton stood, at the
foot of tho stairs 1"
Whether it was merely a delusion of
her guilty conscience or not, we can
never know. Anyway, the fall fractured
ber spine, and, until this day, she is a
miserable, repining,, cross, faded inva?
lid, frightened to be left alone for a mo?
ment. And ho is a prematurely old.
consoienco-stricken wretch, enduring ail
the pangs of earthly purgatory. Verily
my frieud is being avenged! It is God's
A LEXA.NDF.lt A MASON, Solicitors of Aroo?
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sellors at Patent Laws, (fifteen years experi
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street, opposite tho Patent O Hi co, Washing?
ton, D. G. Papers carefully prepared, and
Patent s secured without delay. Examinations
in tho Patent Ofiieo free of charge, and no in?
dividual fee asked in any caso, unless a Patent
is allowed. Chargea as reasonable as any
other reliable Agency. Send for circular of
terms, instructions and reference Jan 30
MANUFACTURED BY THE NATIONAL
WATCH COMPANY, pronounced by
dealers and connoisseurs throughout thc coun?
try to ho tho BF.8T TIME-KEEPERS now of
fored to tho public for Ladies' or Centlemon's
uso. They combino improvements not found
in any other Watches of either Foreign or i
American make. Ladies desirous of parchas- I
ing a handsome, Btrong, and correct time?
piece will find the elegant Watch, bearing tho
trado mark of "LADY ELGIN." to bo all that
they desire. Inquire of your Jeweler for tim
Lady Elgin. No movements retailed by tho
Company. Business Office and Salesroom Na?
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street. Chicago._ March 22 3m
South Carolina Railroad Company,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.. MAY 18, 1870.
ON and after Bun
Fday, 15th May, thc
Passenger Trains upon tho South Carolina
Railroad will run tho following schedule:
Leave Columbia.7.45 a m
Arrive at Charleston.3 30 p m
Le ave Charleston.8 3D a m
/nive at Columbia.4.10 p m
Lcavo Columbia.7 45 a m
Arrive at Augusta.4.25 p m
Leavo Augusta.8 00 a m
Arrive at Columbia.4 10 p m
NIGHT EXPRESS THAIN (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED).
Loave Columbia.7 50 p m
Arrive at Charleston.G 45 a m
Arrive at Augusta.7 05 a m
Leave Charleston.7 30 pm
Lcavo Augusta.G 00 p m
Arrive at Columbia.0.00am
Camden and Columbia Passcngor Trains
will run Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdaye;
and between Camden and Ringville daily.
Leavo Camden.G.35a m
Arrivo at Columbia.ll 00 a m
Leavo Columbia.1 (IO p m
Arrivo at Camden.5 40 p m
H. T. PEAKE, Gen'l Sup't. j
Kates Guaranteed as Low a
THE SHORT SEA LIN
THE OLD ES TA BLI SD El
The Superior Ocean S
ON TU I
CHARLESTON, 1,200 Tons, J
JAMES ADGER. 1.200Tons,
JAS. ADGER & CO., Af
TENNESSEE, 1,650 Tona, O.
SOUTH CAROLINA, 1,650 Ti
WM. A. COURTEN.
ON S ATI
MANHATTAN, 1,300 Tons, 1
CHAMPION, 1.500 Tons, It.
JAS. ADGER & CO., Ag?
Theso Steamships are First Class in every rei
many years' experience on tho Atlantic Coast, i
modatiooB. aro unrivalled by any Steamers fro
all of tho delicacies of tho New York and Charl
Through Passage Tick?
May ho obtained at all nf the Railroad 1
with this favorite route, in Sent
COLUMBIA via CHARLESTt
Including Meals and State-room on boan
?3" Merohants. ordoring their Spring Goods
directing thom shipper.
49* State-rooms may bo secured in advanci
Agents of cither Steams
Of the Groat Southern F
March 1 3mo
^liDMDt?.'B. 0" December 23^86^^
THE following is tbo Passenger Schedule
over thia Road:
Leave Augusta, st.4.00 a. m.
M Colombia, S. C., at..0.40 a. ra.
" Winnsboro, at - - - - .-ll 40 a. m.
Cheater, at--.-- - J.40 p. m,
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C.4.20 p. m,
Loavo Charlotte, N. G.,at.10.80a. rn,
" dichter, at.-1.25 p. m.
" Winnsboro, at --2.57 p. m.
" Columbia, H. C., at.5.07p.m,
Arrive at Augusta.9.50 p. m
Making cloao connections with Trains ol
Central and Georgia Railroads for Savannah,
and all points South and Vest.
Palace Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
Through Tickets aold, and Daggagocbcckcd tc
all principal points.
tfm" Passengers by thia route OOIKO NORTQ
havo choice of TUREE DIFFERENT ROUTES.
Leave Columbia. 6 15 p. m
Arrrivo at Augusta.3.30 a. m
Leavo Augusta. 4 15 p. m.
Arrivo at Columbia.1.80 a. m.
C. BOTJKNIGHT, Superintendent.
E. E. DORBF.Y, Gon. Freight and Ticket Agt,
The North and South United,
ggj^BMl tan Through Paeaengei
Route. Seo that your Ticketa aro good via
Pctcraburg, Weldon, Raleigh and Charlotte.
NORTH CAROLINA R. R. TIME TABLE.
Trains East. Tra?na West.
ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte 4 15 p m 10.00 a m
Salisbury <; 14 p m 6.19 pm 7 37 a m 7 5G a m
Grecnsb'o.8 57 p m 9 02 pm 5 OG a m 5.14 a m
Raleigh.. .1 00 a m 1.45 a m 12.00 m n l.dO a tr
Goldsboro.5.30 a m 8.30 p vc.
A Freight and Accommodation Train leavet
Charlotte daily, at 3 40 a. m., and an ives al
12.25 p. m. ALBERT JOHNSON, Sup.
Spartanbnrg and Union Railroad.
nnaggSKa ON and after tho 18tb October
p?'gpviTayJPassenger Trains will leavo Spar
tanburg C. H. ou Mondays, Wednesdays anc
Fridays, at 7.30 a, m., and arrivo at Alston at
1.35 p. m., connecting with Greenville dowr
train. Returning Tuesdays, Thursdays ant
Saturdays, leave Alaton 9 30 m.; arrive. Spar
tanburg 3.40 p. m., aa por following Schedulo
BOICH 2Yain. Up Train.
Miles. Arrivo. Leave. Arrive.Leave
Spartankurg 0 7.30 3 40
Pacolet.10 8.15 8.20 2.50 2.5!
JoneBvillo.. .19 8.55 9.00 2.10 2.11
?uionvillo.. .28 9.45 10.10 12.55 1.21
Santuc.87 10.45 10.50 12.15 12.21
Shelton.48 11 40 11.45 11.20 11.2!
Lylca Ford. .52 12 05 12.10 10 55 11.01
Strother.... 50 12.30 12.35 10.30 10.3!
Alaton.C8 1.85 9.3(
Oct 14_THOM. D. JETER. Proaident.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Kai lr o ad.
I iimifMitan Leave Anderson.4 20 P. M
?i;<^ffi?&r? " Pendleton. 5 20 "
.? Pcrryvillc.G 00 "
Arrivo at Walhalla.7.00 "
Leavo Walhalla.3 30 A. M
" Pendleton.5.10 "
Arrivo at Andereon. ...6 10 "
Waiting at Anderson one hour for tho arriva
of up train on Greenville and Columbia- Road
March 4 W. H. D. GAILLAHD. Sup.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
fjg TSR O2ffiff?BH3 ON and after WEDNES
?lSSK^?^DAY, January 19, tho fol
lowing Schedulo will bo run daily. Borda}
excepted, connecting with Night Train oi
Knuth Carolina Road, up and down, and witt
Night Train on Charlotte, Columbia and Au
gusta Road going South:
Leave Columbia. 7.00 a n
1 * Alaton. 8.40 a n
.* Newberry. 10.10 an
Arrive Abbeville. 3.00 p n
" Ander eon. 4 20 p ri
?? Greenville. 5 00 pn
Leave Greenville. 5.45 a n
'* Anderson. G.25 a n
Abbeville. 8 00 a n
" Newberry. 12 35 p n
.? Alaton. 2 10 p n
Arrive Colnmbia. 3.45 p n
Tho Train will return from Relton to Ander
son on Monday and Friday mornings.
7SJ- YORK. X
i Freight and Passenger Line
1ARLEST0N, S. 6.
s by any Competing Route.
E NORTH AND EAST.
!, II ALF" PER CENT.
) TU I-WEEKLY BO UTK
'AMES BERRY, Commander.
T. J. LOCKWOOD, Commander.
;cnts, Adger's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
3118, SIM. ADKINS, Commander.g BB??2
WAGNER, HUGER k CO., or
AY, Union "Wharves, Charleston, S. C.
f. S. WOODHULL, Commander.
W. LOCKWOOD, Commander.
;nts, Adger's Wharf, Charleston. S. C.
meet, and all under tho command of men of
ind in speed, comfit and elegance of accom
m the Bciutb. 'Jheir tablea aro supplied with
)ts and Bills of Lading
'ickot and Froight Offices in connection
h Carolina, Georgia, Alabama,
3N TO NEW YORK, 822.00;
1 of Steamers, and transfer in Charleston.
, will find an important saving of time by
I via Charleston, S. C.
s, without extra charge, by addressing the
hip Line, at Charleston.
I. D. HASELL, General Agent
roight Line, 40 and 42 Broadway, Now York.
ENRY R. MORGAN & CO, Agenta
Of Stemship LinoB, 2G Broadway, Now York.
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Wholesale Doalors in
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
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J ^|., Church,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
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Anally JAMES M. WILSON.
Mills House, Charleston, S. C.
THIS elegant and commodious HOUSE hav?
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throughout, is socond to none in the South.
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The Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosr.
HAVING completed their extensivo Manul
Fertilizers, no other kinds being availab
Thia Company, under tho direction entirely (
duccmcnts which will recommend it to Sou
largest and most completo iu tho United Stat
abundant supply of tho proper solvent for thc i
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in soluble Phosphato than those made from rai
quantity of Super-Phosphate of Limo found in
salo, tho rates at which wo offer them being no
tilizers, while tho Manures contain twice as mi
choaDcr to tho consumer. They are offered on
that the material In each will-correspond to thc
ETIWAN, No. 1.-Soluble Phosphate, conlan
Pure Soluble Phosphato of Lime, and furniahet
ETIWAN, No. 2.-Peruvian Super-Phosphate
Soluble Phosphato, and two to four per ct nt. rf
proved acceptances, hearing intorcst, or such c
agents Orders to bo forwarded immediately t<
and arter let January nt-xt.
G. G. MEMMINOER, President.
tf?r Tho Fertilizers of this Company will ho b
Agenia for Elton's Premium Trenton Crackers.
W. H. CHAFEE & CO.,
/ef=|a 207 Fact Bay, Charleston, 8. C.
fJBMaWP Agents for P. ballantine A Sons'
?HS? Cream Ale.
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E. B. STODDARD & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS in
L. v Boots, Shoos and Trunks, at
W 1^B?ManufacturerH' prices, 105 Meet?
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EDWIN B AT E S & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
o o a? 23: i isr ct,
122 and 124 Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
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DEALER in Hardware, Cutlery,
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a tate, who bave presciibed them in their
THE OLD CAROLINA BITTERS .
will bo found invaluable for WANT OF APPE?
TITE, GENERAL DEBILITY, CHILLS and
FEVER, DYSPEPSIA. Wo do not oflfer our
Bitters as a cure for all diseases, but as an
Aromatic Tonio, thoy have no equal.
For salo by Druggists and Grocer? every
whero. Principal Depot,
GOODRICH, WINEMAN A CO.,,
Importers of Choice Drugs and Chemicals.
* Charleston. 8. O.
For salo in Columbia, wholoeale ana retail,
by H. SOLOMON.
sr x) o
TON, S. C.
Y RIVER BONE PHOSPHATE.
COPELAND A BEARDEN, Columbia.
ES A CO., General Agents, Charleston, 8. C.
FOR PALATKA, FLOE IDA,
Via Savannah, Fernandina, Jacksonville and
Landings on the St. John's River,
THE elegant and first clase
.Steamer DICTATOR, Capt. W.
maJiT. McNclty. will leave Charleston
S. C., for abovo places, overy TUESDAY
EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
The elegant and first class Steamer CITY
POINT, Capt. George E. McMillan, will leave
Charleston cvory FRIDAY EVENING, at 8
o'clock, for abovo places.
Through Tickets to bo had at railroad of
llces. mm?t ?
No extra chargo for Meals and State Booms.
For freight or passage applv to
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
South Atlantic Wharf. Charleston. S. C.
HENRY COBIA & CO.,
36 Vendue Range,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
Z?GBAUM, YOUNG & CO.,
IMPORTERS and Dealers in
[Musical Instruments, Strings,
'.Ve.. Ac. Agents of Steinway A
Son's and J. B. Dunham's Pianos, Carhart A
Needham's Melodeons, Tilton'B Patent Guitar.
101 King Stroct, Charleston, B. C.
FERDINAND ZOGBAUM, New York; HEN?
RY YOUNG, C. L. McCLENAHAN, Charlea
tnn S Ci._Aug 1 ly
La Valentina Segar Factory,
No. 118 East Bay Street,
HAVE for salo the choicest brands o
Havana Segars. Also, good do" J .'?le
Segara, at low prices.
ALFRED A. BARBOT, Agent,
Aug 1 ly Charleston, S. C.
?hate Company, of Charleston, 8. C.,
factory, aro now prepared to furnish Solnble
lo to planters for immediate returns tor their
Df Southern men of high character, offerB ha?
thorn planters. Their worka are among the
es. and ? nable them to preparo at borne an
South Carolina nativo Bono Phosphates which
ro?oso to manufacture a Fertilizer even richer
A* bones, and containing more than twice the
tho best average Manures heretofore offered for
higher than the average prico of other Fcr
jch fertilizing msteiial; they aro in fact much
the n ar I? et in two forms, with a guarantee
lining from eighteen to twenty-five per cent, of
I at sixty dollars per ton.
, containing from sixteen to twenty per cent, of
Ammonia, at seventy dollars per ton; for an?
ther security as may bo acceptable to the sub
) tho Agents, and delivery made aa directed on
WM. C. BEE A CO., Agents.
?.anded ETIWAN. No. 1, and ETIWAN, No. 2
A Uselul Invention.
HOUSE KEEPERS who do their own cook?
ing with Kerosene or Gas ?Stoves, have
bei etofore felt tho want of a perfect Baking
DUVAL'S PATENT BAKER,
Attached to their Stoves, will bako Broad. Bis?
cuit, Pies, Ac., and mast Poultry, Bocf, Pota?
toes, Ac, to perfection. A fu'l supply of
Korosene and Gas .stoves, of tbs best kinds,
together with Utensils for every purpose, for
salo, at wholesale and retail, hv
J. B. DUVAL * SONS,
Charleston, S. C., Agents for Patentees.
Aug 1 _ly
"Eason Iron Works,"
CHARLESTON, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES, Machinery
J. M. EASON A BBO.
Aug 1 _ ly
Moses Goldsmith & Son,
Nos. 4, G and 8, Vendue Range, Charleston,Bi C.
WHOLESALE Dealers in Iron, M?tale,
Rags, and all kinds of Paper Stock
nighest cash prices paid for the abovo.
MOSES OOI.PSBtlTH. ABRAHAM A. OOtDBMlTH.
Titos. J. li KU Ii. UEnMANM BULWINKXE
T. J. KERR &G0.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Kerr's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
WILL attend to tho sales of all kinda of
Produce, and Purchase of Merchandize.
Dealers in No. 1 Peruvian Guano and other
Fertilizers. Ang 1 ly
Charleston Dental Depot
275 KINO STREET.
?U3LD and Tin Foil, Amalgam Minera.
Tee!h, Steel Goods, and every article used bj
tho Dentist. _Aug 1 ly
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL,
STATIONERS and Printers, and dealers in
Printers' Materials, Broad street, Charlee
Ion, 8. a Aug 1 ly