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. Tab Plow, Loom anti Anvil.
The camp has had its day of song;
Tho Eword, the bayonet, tho plume,
Have erowdsd out of rhyme too long
* Tho plow, the anvil and the loom.
O, not upon our tented fields
Aro freedom's heroes bred alono;
Tho training of .the work-shop yields
Moro heroes true than war has known I
Who drives the bolt, who Bhapes tho stool,
May.'with a heart as valiant ami te,
As he he who BeoB a foeman reel
In blood bofore bis blow of might!
The skill that conquers epaco and timo,
That graces life, and light on H toil.
May Bpring from courage more sublimo
Than that which makes tho realm its spoil.
Let toilers, then, look np and eeo.
Their craft no pith of honor lacks;
The soldier's ride yet shall be
Less honored tban tho woodman's nsu.
Let Art its own appointment prize,
.Nor deem that gold or outward height
Can comp?nsate tho worth that lies
.In tastes that breed their own delight.
And may the timo come nearer still,
When mon this Bacred truth shall heed,
That from the thought asd from the will
Must all that raises man proceodl
Though pride should hold your calling low,
For us shall duty make it good;
And we from truth to truth shall go
Till life and death are understood.
THE FATAL JEWELS.
In tho Inst week o! the Carnival at
Pera, most of the European embassies
Site balls. Yon go to the French Em
assy, and meet the corps diplomatique,
the .consuls, the principal bankers and
merchants, and the French tag-rag and
bob-tail. You poss the next night chez
M. le Ministre dea Pays Bas, and you
rub skirts with the same company, minus
tho French and plus the Dutch tag-rag;
and BO on, ball after boll. The faces are
tho same, the music the same, the re?
freshments the same; tho same dull way
of. opnduoting the dances prevails, the
same scandals ore talked. Some of the
palaces, as they aro called, aro more
spacious and better furnished than
others, and the ladies are not seen twice
in the same dress-that is all the differ?
ence. Still, these entertainments form
a pleasant break in the monotony of life
in Constantinople, and are the subject of
muon preparation and scheming, espe?
cially among the rag-tag and bob-tail
who hope for invitations; Misseri's
Hotel, usually a wilderness, at this sea?
son fills with the residents in the villages
on the Bosphorus and others who come
into town for the bolls, locomotion at
night in the oityof the Sultan being diffi?
cult and dangerous. The harnais (porters)
who carry people to and from the gay
and festive soenes in sedan-chairs make a
rich harvest; and white ties have been
known to cost six shillings each in tho
Before the last ball took place, a scan?
dal and a new arrival gave a great im?
pulse to conversation. The scandal was
thus: A young Hungarian attaohed to the
Hussion Embassy, and who had the re?
putation of not being so popular with
the fathers and husbands of Pera society
as with the fairer members of their
household, was discovered to bo in cor?
respondence with sundry persons labor?
ing under an accusation of disloyalty to
his imperial master; and in the courso of
those perquisitions to which the children
of holy Russia must submit, some
sketches, in which the features and de?
portment of Madame l'Ambassadrice
were too faithfully depicted, were found
in his desk. Tt is true, that his corres?
pondents were old college friends, and
that the ingenuity of even a Russian
police ageut oould not force any political
meaning out of their letters; but, viewed
in the light thrown by those wicked
caricatures, there was high treason in his
unpaid boot-maker's bill. So he re?
ceived notice that his further services at
Constantinople could be dispensed with,
and that ho was to take the first steamer
to Odessa, where he would be good
enough to report himself to tho chief
The new orrival was an English steam
yacht, having on board a lady known to
the world at large as Mrs. Haywardo, to
her husband as Susey, and to intimates
as "the Admiral." A lady who could
wear a sailor's hat with the name of her
yacht on the ribbon, a blue jackot with
club-buttons, and a short skirt, (such as
those who have much getting in and out
of bouts, and going up and down compa?
nion-ladders, should wear,) and yet ap?
pear every inch a gentlewoman-not a
pretty woman for all her largo blue eyes
and Bott brown hair, but emphatically
what Peroy Wylde, commanding the
gun-boat in the Bosphorus, said of her
when, seeing her at Misseri's table, he
asked, ""Who is that nioe little woman
in blue?" Being Bach a little fair sprite
of a girl, she had, of course, married her
opposite. Stewart Hay warde stood
about six feet two in his socks-a mau
whose square jaw, open brow and brawny
shoulders gave you the idea that he
would be a bad sort of customer to pick
a quarrel with, but an excellent ally in
case of need. Some kind peoplo said
that he was hard and unbending, and
that they pitied his little fairy wife; but
she knew well what a tender heart beat
in that big, rough-looking husk, so it did
not matter. It was a great thing to have
a new arrival and a now scandal to talk
about; but when it became known that
the hero of the new acaudal and tho
"nico little woman in blue" were old
friends, the two facts bred and multiplied,
and replenished the land with talk.
Mrs. Hay warde waffborn and educated
afc Nico- and thorn Connt Schu?f?, the
traitor, had been ?jer- playmate. It waa
suoh a pleasant eurpriso to meet him
a?ain,. nnd oho was not tho oort . of . wo?
man to hide her delight. I suppose that
some three to four thousand pounds bad
been spent on her husband's education
at Harrow and Christ Church, and not
in vain, as we estimate the results of
such a curriculum. He had taken many
prizes and a full degree; could write to
a Greek boatman in faultless Attic; but
like many another well-read English gen?
tleman, was Badly at fault when. he had
to speak any modern language but his
own. So the Count, who had about ten
tongues at command, was a useful coni
panioD, and accompanied them every?
where. Snsey could chatter French and
Italian at once with those she liked, only
it would not do to put her forward as
dragoman to bazaar-touts and cniqujis
she was afraid of them. School! was n
capital fellow, and most useful; at least,
so the new arrivals thought. How was
Susey's husband to learn in two or three
days tho inner lifo of such n man? How
was Snsey to guess that a renewal of
friendship with tho boy ?ho had taught
English ten years ago would sot evil
tongues to wagging? Living as they did,
on board their yacht, and coming on
shoro only to seo tho sights, they did not
oven hear tho common talk of Galota
how that the Count was under sentence
of deportation, and would probably bo
imprisoned for lifo in a fortress as soon
UB ho reached his own country. "Whoa
tho Hnywardes visited our Ambassador,
to whom they had letters of introduc?
tion, they were asked if they would Uko
an invitation to the-ball. Stewart,
answering for Susey, said they would;
and when Schuoff heard they were going,
he said: "I'll have a dance with you,
Susey, before we part, costwhat it may."
"What do you mean, Adolph?" she
asked. "Cost what it may! What can
"O, nothing. Yon will stay at Misso
ri's for tho night, I suppose?"
"Why, yes. I could not well walk in
ball-dress through the Galata streets."
"If you asked me to dine, I'd go with
"Of course we will. Do you think
we aro going to enter a Btrauge house
alone, when we have such a cicerone as
you take ns under his wing?"
The Count bit his lip, but said noth?
ing. Snsey was surprised when BIIO re?
ceived a note next day, saying he could
not dine with them as promised. He
would meet them afterwards at the ball.
The ball hod scarcely been opened when
a sensation began to be felt that there
was something wrong. Second secreta?
ries ran about and pat their heads to?
gether in an uneasy way. The boat and
hostess withdrew into an antcc-hamber,
where they were joined by the male and
female representatives of holy Russia,
the latter doing infinite justice (unwit?
tingly) to tho traitor SchuofTs cartoons,
for she was very angry. The traitor had
not only dared to assist?t a ball to whioh
she was invited, but had actually per?
mitted himself to attempt to dance in the
same set with herl
"My good friend and colleague, and
you, madame," said the unfortunate host,
"will permit me to explain. As a mem?
ber of yonr oorps, M. le Count was, of
course, included iu our invitations long
before this never-too-much-to-be regret?
ted misconduct was discovered. It was
only the day before yesterday that I came
to bo acquainted with tho sad facts.
What was I to do? Could I suppose that
he would have the impudence to present
himself? But no! It is an infatuation,
a scandal! Will you cause it to be inti?
mated to this wrong-headed young man
that he was invited as your secretary,
and that, ceasing to be your secretary,
ho ceases also to be invited? Say, now."
Not so. Madame l'Ambassadrice,
speaking for herself, (which included
herself and lord,) would not pay him so
great a compliment. He was beneath
notice. Let him only be warned that he
was on no account to approach her, and
that would be sufficient.
"Madame is most indulgent," replied
the host, greatly relieved. "The young
man cannot remain long, for tho steamer
that is to convey him will leave at day?
Adolph Count Schuoff had the repu?
tation of having a very bad digestion of
slights, and the secretary oharged to in?
form him that, although his presence at
the ball, under all the circumstances,
would be tolerated, he was not to ap?
proach Madame l'Ambassadrice, made
up his mind that he should have some
practico with the small-sword before the
steamer sailed. That would be a bore,
as he was engaged up to the last waltz.
But duty before all. What was his Bur
prise when the traitor replied, with a
laugh, "Dear Jules, please assure her
excellency that the end of tho room Bhe
pleases to adorn shall bo the end most
avoided by her slave. It is my last ball
in Pera, dear Jules, and I would fain
have what is fairest and pleasantest im?
pressed on my memory. Do yon under?
stand, my friend? Ah, I seo you do.
Go, then, dear Jules; but don't come buck
again on the same subject."
When Susey was nearly dressed for the
ball, her husband carno into her room,
and found her in the act of taking a pair
of splendid diamond-dropH out of her
"O, Susey, ain't you going to wear
thom?" he said.
"I put them ou, dear, and the neck?
lace and bracelets, too, but they looked
so grand, and I'm such a little thing,
you know. Do you want mo to wear
"So far as I am concerned," replied
her husband, "I say no; but in these
countries one is judged rather by what
ono has than for what one ig. I should
like you to be admired, my darling.
Wear them to please mo."
In a moment the gems were clasped
around ber neck and wrists, and her
eyes sparkled brighter than they, as sho
held up her head to bo kissed for being
a good child, as she said. With their
English ideas, ' the Hay wardoo thought
that, being invited'for nine, they would
bo in good time at eleven. They found
the ball in fnll swing, and the Sohuofi
foss pver, for "dear .Jules"- had evinced
? talent for diplomacy by giving only the
first part of the traitor's reply as the re?
sult of his mission. Stewart Haywarde
did not dance; Susey and Seimon'did,
until people began to wonder what the
Englishman was made of that ho was
not jealous. He was mado of sterling
stuff, against which tho worm jealousy
may gnaw in vain. Jealous of Susey
because sho danced I Ho might as well
have been jealous of a bird because it
sang. Tho ball came to an end; and
Stewart saw Susoy and all that remained
of her blue dress safely packed in her
sedan, and was about to follow her on
foot, when Sohuofi stopped him.
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FOR aale bv
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To the Traveling Public.
IF you want a Fine, Largo, Airy ROOM,
atop at tho EXCHANGE H0U8E, on Main
street, whoro you can get a good Moal at tho
regular timo. If you aro busy and not thcro
at Meal times, you can order it when you
como, without extra charge.
RATES, per day,.$2.50
" per week, ICBB.
Stables on tho premises.
PAYSINGER St FRANKLIN,
May 8_ _ Proprietors.
"The Carolina House."
THIS HOUSE has always enjoyed tho repu?
tation of being tho beat place in tho city
for obtaining tho coolest and most delicious
mixed drinks. Tho new brand of Whiskey,
THE HIBERNIAN, ia something out of tho
ordinary run. Call and seo mo, on Washing
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MANUFACTURED BY THE NATIONAL
WATCH COMPANY, pronounced by
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try to be tho BEST TIME-KEEPERS now of
forod to tho public for Ladies' or Gcntlemon's
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in any other Watchoa of cither Foreign or
American make Ladies desirous of purchas?
ing a handsome, strong, and correct time?
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South Carolina Railroad Company,
COLUMBIA, S.O., MAI* 13, 1870.
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
Leavo Charleston.8.30 am
?rrive at Columbia.4.10 p m
Leavo Columbia.7.45 a m
Arrive at Augusta.4.25 p m
Leavo Augusta.8.00 a m
Arrive at Colunbia.4.10p m
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED).
Loave Columbia.7.60 p m
Arrive at Charleston.0.45 a m
Arrive at Augusta.7.05 a m
Leave Charleston.7.30 pm
Leave Augusta.G.00 p m
Arrive at Columbia.0.00 a m
Camden and Columbia Passenger Trains
will run Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturday t;
and between Camden and Kingvillo daily.
Leavo Camdon.6.35a m
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 a m
Leavo Columbia.1.00 p m
Arrive at Camden.5.40 p m
H. T. PEAKE, Gen'l Sup't. I
Charlotte. Columbia ami Augusta R. B.
m i ^COLUMBIA, S? C., Deoewber; 83,1669? '
THE following is tho Passenger Schedule
over this Hoad:
Leave Augusta, at. 4.00 a. m.
. M Columbia, S. C., at.. IMO a. m.
?. Winnaboro, at - --11.10 a. m.
Cheater, at - - -.- 1.40 p. in.
Arrive at Charlotte,N. C. 4.20 p. m.
Leave Charlotte, N. C.,at.10.30 a. m.
" Cheater, at- 1,25 p. m.
M Wiunsboro, at.--- - 2.57 p. m.
" Columbia, S. C., at. 5.07 p.m.
Arrive at Augusta.9.50 p. m '
Making cloeo connections with Traius of
Central and Georgia Railroads for Savannah,
aud all points South and Weat.
Palaco Sleeping Cara on all Night Trains.
Through Tickete sold, and Baggage checked to
all principal points.
OH' Paaaengcrs by this route GOING Korora
have choico of TUREE DIFFERENT ROUTES.
Leave Columbia. 6.15 p. m
Arrrivo at Augusta. 3.30 a. m
Lcavo Augusta. 4.15 p.m.
Arrivo at Columbia.1.80 a. m.
C. BOUKNIG1IT, Superintendent.
E. B. DonsEY, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agt_.
The North and South United,
SS CRiP8BB8K3 ^ ln0 great Metropoli
kvtPrz^Vv?>**'kaV^' tan Through Paascuger
Route. Soo that your "Tickets aro good vt<?
Petersburg. Weldon, Raleigh and Charlotto.
NORTH CAROLINA R. lt. TIME TABLE.
Traius East. Traine Weat.
AIUUVE. i.E.vvE. AnmvE. LEAVE.
Charlotte. 4.15 p m 10.00 a ni
Salisbury.0.14 p m 0.19 p m 7.37 a ni 7.5C a m
GrconBb'o.8.57 p m 9.02 p m 5.00 a m 5.14 a m
Baleigh...l.00 a m 1.45 a m 12.00 m ii 1.00 a m
Goldaboro.5.30 a m 8.30 p m
A Freight and Accommodation Train loavea
Charlotto daily, at 3.40 a. m., and arrives at
12.25 p. m. ALBERT JOHNSON, Sup.
Spartanbnrg and Union Railroad.
PFSffiSOBiil ^N ant* a,tor vUC 18th October,
frgj^^^??Passenger TrainB will lcavo Spar
tanburg C. H. on MondayB, Wednesdays and
Fridays, at 7.30 a, m., and arrive at Alston at
1.35 p. m., connecting with Greenville down
train. Returning Tueedaya, Thursdays and
Saturdays, lcavo Alston 9.30 m.; arrivo Spar
tanburg'3.40 p. m., aa por following Schedule.
Down Train. Up Train.
Miles. Arrivo.Loavo. Arrivo.Loavc.
Spartanbnrg 0 7.30 3.40
Pacolct.10 8.15 8.20 2.50 2.55
Jonesville... 19 8.55 9.00 2.10 2.H
Unionvillo...28 9.45 10.10 12.55 1.25
Santuc.37 10.45 10.50 12.15 12.26
Shelton.48 11.40 11.45 11.20 11.25
LvlcsFord.52 12.05 12.10 10.55 ll.Od
Strother ....50 12.30 12.35 10.30 10.35
Alston.08 1.85 9.30
Oct 14 THOS. B. JETER, President.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
Leave Anderson.4.20 P. M.
" Pendleton.5.20 .?
" Pcrryvillo.0.00 "
Arrive at Walhalla.7.00 '?
Leavo Walhalla.3.30 A. M.
*. Porrvville.4.10 *'
" Pendleton.5.10 "
Arrivo at Anderson.G.10 "
Waiting at Anderson ono hour for tho arrival
of up train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
March 4 W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup,
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
ON and after WEDNES
_>DAY, January 19, tho fol?
lowing Schedule will be run daily, Sunday
excepted, connecting with Night Train on
South Carolina Road, up and down, and with
Night Train on Charlotto, Columbia and Au?
gusta Road going South:
Leave Columbia. 7.00 am
" AlBton. 8.40 a m
" Newberry. 10.10 am
Arrivo AbhevLUe. 3.00 pm
" Anderdon. . 4.20 p m
" Greenville. 5.00 pm
Leave Greenville. 5.15 a m
" Anderson. 0.25 a m
" Abbeville. 8.00 am
AlBton. 2.10 p m
Arrivo Columbia. 3.45 ? m
Tho Train will return from Belton to Ander?
son on Monday and Friday mornings.
H7*OI*. ?NTJhJ W YORK. !
Great Southern Freight and Passenger Line,
VIA CHARLESTON, S. C>
Bates Guaranteed as Low as by any Competing Route.
THE SHORT SEA LINE NORTH AND EAST.
il A HI XE INSURANCE, HALF PER CENT.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED TRI-WEEKLY ROUTH.
The Superior Ocean Side-Wheel Steamships
CHARLESTON, 1,200 Tone, JAMES RERRY, Commander.
JAMES ADGER. l,200Tons, T. J. LOCKWOOD, Commander.
JAS. ADGER & CO., Agents, Adger's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
TENNESSEE, 1,050 Tons, O. CHICHESTER, Commander.
SOUTH CAROLINA, 1,050 Tomj, SIM. ADKINS, Commander.
WAGNER, HUGER k CO., or
WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves, Charleston, S. C.
MANHATTAN, 1,300 Tone, M. S. WOODHULL, Commander.
CHAMPION, 1,500 Ton?, R. W. LOCKWOOD, Commander.
JAS. ADGER & CO., Agents, Adger's Wharf, Charleston. S. C.
These Steamships are First Class in every respect, and all under the command of men of
many years' experience on tho Atlantic Coast, and in speed, comfort and eleganco of accom?
modations, aro unrivalled by any Steamers from tho South. 'Jheir tables are nupplied with
all of tho delicacies of the New York and Charleston Markets.
Through Passage Tickets and Bills of Lading
May bo obtained at all of tho Railroad Ticket and Freight Offices in connection
with this favorito route, in South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama,
Tennessee and Mississippi.
PRICE OF PASSAGE:
COLUMBIA via CHARLESTON TO NEW YORK, $22.00;
Including Meals and State-room on board of Steamers, and transfer in Charlostou.
S3" Merchants, ordering their Spring Goods, will find an important eaving of time bv
directing them shipped ria Charleston, S. C.
43" Stato-rooDia may be secured in advance, without oxtra 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 Sc CO, Agents
March 1 3mo Of Stemahip Lines, 20 Broadway, New York.
PREPARED DY WALKER, EVANS di (
"\XrE tako great pIea8U.ro in offering tho
W OLD CAROLINA BITTERS to tho pub
lie. They aro compounded with great caro,
MINING & MANI
Factory East end Ilaeol atrect. Mines on A
VA/ rtiOLcLo Fer
For Bale by
Aug 1 ly W. C. DUE
A. C. KAUFMAN,
No. 25 Broad slrccct. Charleston. S. C.
SOUTHERN STOCKS, BONDS, COUFONS
and Uncnrrent Bank Notes bought and
Also, Gold and Silver Coin.
Ordora solicited and promptly attended to.
Trices current issued weekly and forwarded
gratnitouely on application BB above._
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
Nos. 10,12,14 Vendue Bange, Charlesion, S. C.
WHOLESALE Dealers in all kinds of
Hides, Wool, Skins, Furs, Ao. Have con?
stantly on hand a largo assortment of Hides
and Skins. Tanners will do well to call upon
us before purchasing.
j MOSES GOLDSMITH. ABRAHAM A. GOLDSMITH.
~ HENRY BISCHOFF & CO.,
AND Dealers in Wines, Liquors, Sc*
gars, Tobacco, Ac. 107 East Bav,
harleaton, S. C. II. BISCHOFF,'
Aug 1 Iv J. H. PIEPEB.
D.F. FLEMING & Co.
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
Vrfft No. 2 Hayne street, corner
WT ^t?lh Church,
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 eccond to none in the South.
Nov 13 J. P AB KER. Proprietor.
The Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosj
HAVING completed their extensive Manui
Fertilizers, no other kinda being availab
ThiB Company, under tho direction entirely (
duccmcnts which will recommond it to Sou
largest and moat complete in the United Stat
abundant supply of tho proper solvent for theil
aro near by. From these Phosphates they p
in soluble PhoBphato than those made from rai
quantity of Super-Phosphato of Lime found in i
Bale, the rates at which wo offer them being no
tilizcre, while tho Manures contain twico aB mi
choaper to the consumer. They aro offered on
that tho material in each will correspond to thc
ETIWAN, No. 1_Solublo Phosphato, con! air
Pure Soluble Phosphate of Limo, and furnishot
ETIWAN, No. 2.-Peruvian Super-Phosphato
Solublo PhoBphato, and two to four per cent, ol
proved acceptances, bearing int crest, or such o
agenta. Orders to bo forwarded immediately ti
and after lat January next.
G. G. MEMMINOER*President.
JW The Fertilizers of this Company will be b
Agents for Exton's Premium. Trenton Crackers.
W. H. CH AFEE & CO.,
207 East Bav, Charle?ton, S. C.
Agents for P. Ballantine A Sous'
. Cream Alo.
WM. H. CHAFEE. TH OS. 3. O'BRIEN.
E. lt. STODDARD. CALEB KRONEBEROER.
E. B. STODDARD & CO.,
^?TV WHOLESALE DEALERS in
tj \ Boots, Shoes and Trunks, at
W *B??Manufacturcrs' prices, 105 Meet?
ing Btrcot, nearly opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, S. C._Aug 1 ly
EDWIN BATES &T?.,
Wholesale Dealers iu
O XJ O T IEL I 1ST Gr ,
122 and 121 Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
GEO. C. SELMAN,
Aug 1 Iv_THOS. IL McOAHAN.
CHARLES KERRISON, Jr.
DEALER in Hardware, Cutlery,
Guna. Aericultural Implements,
i Aa.. 249 King streot., Charleston,
S. C. An assortment of House-keeping Hard
ward fu^liaml^ __ Aug 1 ly
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Constantly on hand and made to order.
TOYS I TRIMMINGS fl 'FANCY GOODS ll!
MUSICAL Instruments, Stationery,
jij?liBaao Balle, Fire-works, Ac. Stamping,
?MBEmbroidcry and Braitling neatly txo
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Aug Charleston, 8. C.
? -, _
70 OSWELL, ABVERtlstNG AGEN Jb.
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copia. As evidonco of tho Bnperiority of our
Bittors ovor all otherB, wo have certificates
from many of tho loading Physicians in our
State, who have proBonbed them in their
TUE OLD CAROLINA BITTERS
will bo found invaluable for WANT OP APPE?
TITE. GENERAL DEBILITY, CHILLS and
FEYER, DYSPEPSIA. Wo do not offer our
Bitters as a cum for all diseases, bat as an
Aromatic Tonic, tboy have no equal. .
For salo by Druggists and Grocers every?
where. Principal Depot,
GOODRICH, WINEMAN A CQ., ;
Importers of Choico Drage and Chemicals;
Charleston. S. C.
For salo in Columbia, wholesale and retail,
by H. SOLOMON.
sr x> o
TON, S. C.
Y RIVER BOKE PHOSPHATE.
COPELAND A DEARDEN, Columbia.
ES A CO., General Agents, Charleston, B. C.
FOR PALA.TKA, FLORIDA,
Tia Savonnait, Firnandina, Jacksonville and
Jiandings on the St. John's River.
THE elegant and first class
iSloamer DICTATOR, Capt. W.
fcT. McNelty, will leave Charleston,
H. C., for above places, overy TUESDAY
EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
Tho elegant and first class Steamer CITY
rOINT, Capt. George E. McMillan, will leave
Charleston every FRIDAY E YEN LNG,- at 8.
o'clock, for abovo placea.
Through Tickets to bo bad at railroad of
No extra charge for Meale and State Rooms.
For freight or paBBago. apply to
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
South Atlantic Wharf, Charleston. S. C.
HENEY COBIA & CO.,
9,6 Vonduo Range,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Keep conatantly un hand a full assortment
ZOGBATJM, YOUNG & CO.,
J-l> MU' al IMPORTERS and Dealers in
fSs^BSplMuBical IostrumentB, Strings,
IIS I I ' Ac, Ac. Agenta of Steinway A
Son's and J. B. Dunham's Pianos, earhart A
Needham's Melodre?a, Ti Ron's Patent Guitar.
191 King Streot, Charleston, S. 0.
FERDINAND ZOGBAUM, New York; HEN?
RY YOUNG, C. L. McCLENAHAN, Cbarlee
ton, 8. C._Ang 1 ly
La Valentina Segar Factory,
No. 118 East Bay Street,
HAVE for Balo tho choiceat brands o".
Havana Segara. Also, good dn ** :i\0
Segars, at low prices.
ALFRED A. BARBOT, Agent,
Ang 1 ly Charleston, S. C.
?hate Company, of Charleston, S. C.,
Factory, aro now prepared to furnish Soluble
le to planters for immediato returns for their
)f Southern men of high character, offers in
thern planters. Their works are among the
es, and enable them to prepare at home an
Sont h Carolina nativo Bono Phosphates which
ro??se to manufacture a Fertilizer even richer
v bones, and containing more than twice tho
the best averago Manures heretofore offered for
higher than the average price of other Fer
ich fertilizing material; they are in fact much
the market iu 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 be acceptable to tbe snb
} tho Agents, and delivery mado as directed on
WM. C. REE A CO., Agents.
randed ETIWAN, No. 1, and ETIWAN.No. 2
A Userai Invention.
HOUSE-KEEPERS who do their own cook?
ing with Kerosene or GaB Stoves, havo
heretofore felt tho want of a perfect Baking
DUVAL'S PATENT BAKER,
Attached to their Steves, will bake Bread, Bis?
cuit, Pies, Ac, and roaBt Poultry. Beef, Pota?
toes, Ac, to perfection. A fu'l supply of
Kerosene and Gas Stoves, of the beet kinds,
together with UtenBils for every purpose, for
Bale, at wholesale and retail, by
J. B. DUVAL ?ft SONS,
Charleston, S. C., Agents for Patentees.
"Eason Iron Works,"
CHARLESTON, S. C.
r/nf*^^ STEAM ENGINES, Machinery
(K3f!PMh??rJ and Castines.
^^^^^ a ^ ^J. M. EASON <t BBC).
Moses Goldsmith & Son,
Nos. 4, G and 8, Vendue Range, Charleston, S. C.
WHOLESALE DcalerB in Iron, Metals,
Rags, and all kinds of Paper ?Stock
Highest cash prices paid for tho above.
MUSKS GOLDSMITH._ABRAHAM A. GOLDSMITH.
THOS. J. KEnil. H EB MANN BULWINKLE
T. J. KERR & GO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Kerr's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
WILL attend to tho sales of all kinds of
Produce and Purchase of Merchandize.
Dealers in No. 1 Peruvian Guano and other
Fertilizers. Aug 1 ly
Charleston Dental Bepot
275 KING STREET.
gj_OLD and Tin Foil, Amalgam Minera.
I'eeth, Steel Goods, ami every article ueed bj
?ho Dentist._'_ Aug 1 ly
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL]
STATIONERS and Printers, and doalors in
Frintera' Material*, Broad street, Charlt?
on, 8. C. Aug Hy