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L'Bspcrance dan? l'Affliction.
PARAPHRASE DES- TERS TAB WILLIAM C. BRYANT.
"0 ! Deem not They are Blest Alone."
e vrJos, qui dans la paix, la joic ct rabonda.iee.
Sur la terre ici-bas, passez des jours heureux.
Songez que Dieu b?nit l'homme dans la souf?
Et fait cesser les pleura qui coulent dc ses yeux.
Bn sourire da ciel remplira les paupi?res,
Qu'lnnondaient autrefois lee larmes du malhcnr;
Lee soucis d?vorants, lee chagrins, les mis?res,
Feront place a ce temps qui promet le bonheur.
Un Jour brillant succ?de a la nuit triste et
Le chagrin peut voller quelques rayons d'espoir :
L'airore du matlD vient faire partir l'ombre.
Qui cachait tristement les promesses du soir.
Et toi, dont le cour souffre, en versaut taut
Ponr un Bdele ami, que t'a ravi la mort,
Tn verras dans le ciel ce beau jour plein de charmes
Qui doit vous rendre heureux, eu joignant votre
Quoique l'homme de bien languisse en cette
Quoqa'U" meure accable par le poids du chagrin.
L'esp?rance lui montre une heureuse patrie,
Ou Uniront ses maux, au revell du matin. .
Dieu comptera les pleurs verses dans le silence;
Tous les i0rs de chagrin sont marques dans lc
Les maux de ses enfants auront pour recompense,
Dans le s?jour des saints, un bonheur ?ternel.
EUGENIE'S OLI* CLOTHES.
. Annual fjale of thc Caution* Wardrobe
J o? the french Empress.%
' ' ?&*F* -*
fc ^ Empress Eugenie, who sets tl\c fashions ot the
civilized werld* has x sale of cast-off dresses,
every yeaaJBantrasshe rarely wears a dress'twlce,
the number sold ls always very great. A Paris
letter-writer gives a graphic account of a sale
* He says that the custom was established bv
the royal families of Ufe Tuileries long before the
freat revolution, acceded to by the Empress
osephine, continued under the Restoration,
. maintained by the Princess of the House of Or?
leans, and kept up with- great spirit under the
present reign. A long gallery, which runs along
thc basement story of the palace, looking into
the garden just opposite the Prince imperial's
winier walk, is fitted np from one end td the
ether with oak wardrobes. This ls called the De
Froque of the palace. It ls here that the refuse
dresses and the cast-off apparel of the royal and
imperial ladles, who have succeeded each other
fer the last huutlrcd years in their occupation of
the Tuileries* are invariably borne when rejected
from the floor above.
These wardrobe cupboard*, numerous and ex
tensive aa they are, get generally well tilled dur?
ing the year, and when the four seasons arc con?
sidered thoroughly over a salo is made of the
whole, where every article is priced beforehand,
and visitors are admitted to view and purchase
without the observance of further ceremony than
the presentation of an invitation of .one or her
Majesty's attendants, to whom the privilege of
granting them belongs. The sale of the regal
wardrobe of the Tuileries is conducted on the
strictest principles of equity. The shutters of the
long gallery are clore J, and lt ls lighted from one
end to the other with lamps and candelabra, so
that the light is stronger than lt would be were
daylight admitted, as the celling is low, and the
windows Book deep. Into thewan. Every urticlc
ls ticketed, and of course no deviation from the
original decision can possibly bc allowed.
A long line of Stretchers are placed all down
the middle of the gallery, the doors or the ward?
robes on either side are rt ung open, and the visi
tor, wilting slowly down on one side, and re?
turning on the other, makes choice of what may
snit her taste, and inscribing the number it bears
upon ? card, hands the latter to the attendant lu
waiting at the door and departs. Tho stretchers
are occupied by the shawls, and the wardrobes by
the dresses, the shelves by the underlinen, while
a sort of counter at the further end of the gallery
ls filled with the champignons, on which are ex?
hibited the bonnets and head-dresses. The white
satin dress, most splendidly embroidered In sil?
ver, with the tunic ol bnlllonee gauze and silver
mooches, confined by bands ol poncean velvet, in
which her Majesty went to the opera with the
Rlsg Consort or Spain, was not quoted higher
than the nankeen-colored dress and jacker, braid?
ed with green, which was recognized as thc uni?
form invented by the Empress for thc drive at
To be sure, the buttons were of malachite and
set In gold, but the material of the dress could
scarcely be considered as bearing any value
whatever. The shawls were principally or French
miau facturo and mostly for summer wear, the
cloaks and mantles, deprived >f their lace rur,
unattractive. The utmost exaggeration seems to
exist in the prices put upon the bonnets. In the
tnt place, the article itself ls out or rashion al?
most as soon as seen; in the next, it possesses no
resources whatever, and above all lt is liable to a
greater deterioration than the dress. The habit
of leaning back in the carriage, which has become
so general, destroys the bonnet immediately and
renders it shabby, even while still bright and
fresh in color. The proceeds or the sale are gene?
rally brought up by the galets and women or the
wardrobe, who dispose or what remains unsold
to the great dealers in Paris, who again sell them
to their customers at immense prices.
A THRILLING SCENE.
Blond?n and his Bicycle on thc Tight
AR English paper thus details a thrilling
Bfjajr whlcji occurred lately daring one or Blou
Affcr be had crossed in a sack, stood on a chair,
NM hau d?neseme or his minor feat?, lt
found that the rope, which was ? ?."?, i!"5
slackened so consid?rai'- 7 T,t
Barr to tia-?t?? .* . .* -aat lt wou,d be neces
. ll*aimZ .v, m order to allow his perform
._?, uis new and extraordinary feat or crossing it
on a bicycle, and be was, therefore, compelled to
appeal to thc audience for time to tighten thc
rope. Half an hour was asked for and cheerful'"
granted, but, arter the gny ropes had beenfooee
ened and the rope Amened ntl, Some difficulty
tris foflnd In r?ffxing the pole to which the gavs
were attached, in consequence of thc tension
of the rope having dragged them forcibly
ont of the ground. Quite three-quarters
of an hour elapsed before this was done,
and then Blond?n appeared again, and starting
from the west end of thc building carried his
assistant over on his bnck. lt was evident, from
the lowering of some ballast bags on the guy
poles, that during this passage across thc rope
slackened a great deal, but Blondin either did
not observe this or did not think it Important,
for after a short interval, during which he chang?
ed bis dress, he appeared on his bicvele, and
amid the cheers of the spectators started on what
seemed an awful, pcrlllons journey. He had not
gone far when lt became apparent rrom thc de?
cline in the rope that it had slackened very much,
and people who understood the nature ol bicy?
cles and tho impossibility or propelling them up
KUI began to calculate tho probabilities or
his gettlug up the incline lie mnsi inevi?
tably meet at the other end or the rope;
but Blond?n looked extremely cool and confident,
and no rears for his safety seemed io bc enter?
tained ttl!, after stopping clcverlv about mul?
way, he began to traverse the Incline, lt then
became appareut, from the gradual slacking or I
his speed, that he was doing some hard work,
and murmurs began to rise from thc audience.
When about twenty yards from the landing stage
he came to a dead stop and appeared to rest, bal?
ancing himself cautiously with a great pole he
carried. He then made another effort and got a
few yards further, when he stopped again. It
then became appareut that he contd not get
farther, as, although to thc danger of disturbing
his equilibrium, he tried to Jerk thc machine for
ward, lt refused to move. Thc scene that then
ensued was most exciting. People left their scats;
ladies, with frightened races, made ror thc doers,
and the general mass or the people at thc east tnd
of the building made a rush to the west end,
hundreds jumpi g into thearenn. When the rush
and noise had subsided, a marvellous stillness
succeeded. The crowds on the floor beneath the
-rope, and in trie galleries nearest the spot, seemed
to be hushed in eager expectation of something
unpleasant, gazing with horror-stricken faces on
the performer, who sat motionless as a statue on
the rope, about six .yards from the landing place,
while his assistant leaned over the stage, and ap?
peared to be speaking to him. but looked helpless
La the emergency. After a delay or two or three
minutes, which seemed an age. the assistant, evi?
dently by Blondin's directions, procured a rope,
and this he threw out cautiously. It feUontbe
performer's shoulders, and he, w"lth some difficul?
ty, sustained the pole with ono hand, while with
the other, he tied the rope round lils waist. The
assistant then gently pulled him In. Every move
of the wheels, was watched by thc audience in
silent horror till thc machine ran on thc landing
stage, when the suppressed excitement culmina*
ted la one great %hout or joy, succeeded by thc
. -The Tower Subway, a new tunnel under the
Thames, is nearly completed, shafts have been
sunk on both sides of the river, and a passenger
carriage ls making experimental trips. The pus
scngcrs are to descend the shafts, ten .feet lu dia?
meter and fifty-six fee? ?Jeep, by means of an
.elevator," such as ls used in large hotels, and
wUl be conveyed across In railway carriages run?
ning on a single lihe of rails. The lime required
to descend and ascend the shafts will be u ha.r
and three-fourths of a minute, respectively, and
to oro ,s, one minute.
LIVERPOOL-rer bark Marla-5 bags sea island
cotton, 1917 nales upland cotton, 454 baps cotton
seed, 99 tons South Carolina phosphates.
Thc Charleston Cotton, Klee anti Naval
Stun s Blarket.
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, j
TUESDAY EVEKING, December 28, ISGO. 1
COTTON.-The Inquiry for this article opened
moderate, but became stronger and more active
during the day, prices in some transactions show?
ing rather less strength-this was visible in low
middling grades. Sales about SOO bales, viz: 24
at 22>i; 1 at 2a; 72 at 23.S, ; 12 at 23,',' ; 135 at 23X;
150 at 87at23X; 93at23'i; 203 at 24; 17 at
24.<4C W? quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.22}?023??
Strict middling.24 ???24V
l?iCE.- This grain was in moderate rcqnest at
unchanged prices. Sales about 150 tierces of
clean Carolina: 41 at 1-lti; 28 at 6J?; 25 at 6,^; 34
at a 11-10; 10 at O^c ? lb. Wc quote common to
fair clean Carolina at 6@4%;good 6&Q6XC,
NAVAL STOKES.-The business was light and
FREIGHTS-Arc somewhat dull. To Liverpool,
by steam, engagements are making at j?d Y?
ft on uplands and I.^'d on sea Islands; by
sall,.. ;,d fl ft on uplands, dull, and gd V ft
on sea islands. To Havre, by steam, nomi;
I ual; by sail, nominal at l.uc on uplands
and l?c on sea islands. Coastwise to
New* York, by steam, &c ft ft on uplands
and lc on sea islands; byaaiLXcfl ft 0? up?
lands, To Boston, by steam, nominal; by sail, ;$
lb on uplands' To Philadelphia, by steam,
.*.'c ?r^lBTon uplauds; hy sail, somewhat nom?
inal. To Baltimore, by steam, >i?>.5tc fi ft on
uplands; by sail somewhat nominal.
EXCHANCE.-Sterling, 60 days bills 20@20.\.'c.
. DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-Thc banks purchase sight
checks at >i off, and sell at par;outsidc purchase
*t ??@ia' off and sell at a discount.
COLD.-Buying at 21, selling at 23.
Markets by Telegraph.
LON DOS, December 2S-Noon.-Consols 92.^.
LiVEnrooL.Deccmber 28-Noon.-Colton opened
quiet?uplands 11,'id; Orleans ll&d; sales in.000
bales. Winter wheat 9s. Corn 29s Od. Pork 1075 .
Naval stores duli. ?1
Evening.-Cotton closed steady; uplands 11','a
ll>id; Orleans ll >? all J? d; sales 10,000 bales; for
export and spccnlation 2500 bales. Red Western
wheat 8s 4da8s 5d. #
PARIS, December 28. - Bourse opened firm
Rentes 73f 5c. ? . .
' Evening.-Bourse (?ali. Rentes 72f 77c.
HAVRE, December 28.-Cotton opened firm on
the spot ami afloat; on the spot if 36oal? 36)?c
NEW YORE, December 28-Noon.-Stocks steady
anO very dnll. Money 7 per cent. Sterling, long
8Ji; short 9*. Gold 20tf. Sixty-twos 13; Ten?
nessee ex-coupons 52;,'; new 48>?; Virginia ex
coupons 47; new 54y?; Louisiana, old 70; new 65;
Levees, sixes 65; eights 83; Alabama eights 95;
fives 62X ; Georgia sixes 81; sevens 93)t\ North
Carolina, old 43?,'; new 28 S ; South Carolina,
new 83. Cotton quiet 25\'c. Turpentine droop?
ing 43c Rosin firm at $2 05a2 10 for strained.
Evening.-Cotton firm; sales 1300 bales at 26>?c.
Flour 6al0c better on the low grades; superfine
State $4C0a495; common to fair extra Southern
$5 4Oa0. Wheat iA2c better; amber State fl 36a
137; winter red Western I2al 35; white Michi?
gan $145. Corndnllan'a vy; mixed Western,
old fl OOal 10; yellow ?5.0 icm, new 04a06c.
pork firmer; new $29 60a$30. Lard a shade firmer
at iS.^aiP. Whiskey unchanged. Crocerlcs quiet.
Turpentine 43a44c. Rosin $8. Freights arm.
Money closed active at 7 per cent., currency to
gold. Sterling quiet and firm at 8J,aO. Gold dull
at 20. Bonds dull bat steady ; ors, 13al3.'?.
BALTIMORE, December 28.-Cotton heavy at
2l.va25c. Flour dull; demand light. Wheat firm;
prime red tl 45. Corn finn; receipts small;
white 85a87c; yellow 8Sa92c. Oats 64a57c. Rice
nominal. Provisions quiet. Mess pork decided?
ly lower; light $30; heavy $31. Bacon, shoulders
lSal&Mc Lard I8>iai9c. Whhkey $ial 01.
CINCINNATI, December 28.-Corn unchanged.
Whiskey dull at 94a95c. Provisions fluter; held
higher. Mess pork In demand at $26 50a29. Lard
wanted at 17,'i; held at 17j(al8c Bacon quiet
and held firmer; shoulders 14c; clear sides I7>?a
17 >ic; hams 20a21c.
ST. Loris, December 28.-Com dull: yellow,
sacked 80a83c. Whlpkey 95c. Provisions quiet.
Mess pork $29a29 50. Bacon add lard nominal.
LOUISVILLE, December 28.-Corn steady and
unchanged. Provisions firmer. Mess pork $30.
Bacon, shoulders I4>3'c; clear sides usc; hams
22KC. Lard ISc. Whiskey quiet at 95c.
MOBILE, December2S.-Cotton quiet, bnt steady;
sales 1000 bales; middlings 23sJa2.':\'e; receipts
2522bales; exports 282 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, December 28.-Colton easier at
21c; sales 3500 bales; receipts 4191 bales; exports
to Bremen 2630 bales. Sugar dnll; prime,*.
C?M ,20'v Sterling 30;:. sight, fllr l9 H ala.
WILMINGTON, December 28.-Spirits tnrpantlhe
steady at 39c Rosin dull; nothing doing except
for future deliveries. Crude turpentine steady at
$1 65a2 80. Tar lower at fl bs.
ArotrsTA. Dooember 28.-Cotton easier, with a
falfoernand; sales 606 bales; receipts 1200 bales:
SAVANNAH, December 2S.-Cotton, receipts 3144
hales; exports 120S bales; sales 400 bales; mid?
Xew York Rice Market.
The Journal of Commerce of thc 25th instant
says: "The market for domestic is quiet, and for
the low grades prices arc easier. The stuck.ii
light, but the dealers do not purchase Wita any
spirit. Wc quote 6}?a7Jic as tuc, ox?rcmc range.
Sales 50 tierces. Raugoou is nominal. The stock
is small, but tho demand ls confined to trilling
parcels for export. We quote lots In bond at 2?ga
WILMINGTON, December 2T.-Very little busi?
ness has been doing for a few days past on ac?
count of thc holidays. The sales to-day arc as
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Sales of 200 bids at 39c
ROSIN.-50 bbls No. 1 sold at $3 per bbl.
No sales reported In turpentine, tar or cotton.
Keculpt* by Kailroati, December '?9.
8otrrn CAROLINA RAILROAD.
870 bales cotton, 09 bbls Hour. To Kirkpatrick
A Witte, Railroad Agent, Graeser A Smith, J R
Pringle A Son, Mowry A co, Brodie A co. Wagner,
Stewart A co, Reeder A Davis, G ll Walter ft co,
Frost ft Adgcr, Pelzcr, Rodgers ft co, Watson A
Hill, W P Hall. J C ll Claussen, G W Williams ft co,
W C Courtney A co, Pinckney Bros, J B E Sloan,
Thurston A Holmes, and others.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
Cotton, rough ncc, mdse, ftc. To A McFarland,
D Alkeu, G H Hoppock, J Smith, J T KanapauE,
N Williams, D A Anderson, J Michel, and B John?
Pc steamship Manhattan, from New York-N
Ilalh :an, C R Gilbert. A Words, M Morris mid
wire, Mrs English and child, ll O Nlckerson, W N
Hart, W Nlckson, Mrs Allston, J Myers, J Sulli?
van, J W Wilder, G Roberts, J M O'Sullivan, Mrs
Crawlev and child, J Finnegan, J A North, Miss
Frau, it R Proudtlt, and 0 Caban.
PORT CA LENUAR.
Kew Moon, 1st, 0 hours, 53 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 9th, 3 hours, 42 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 17th, o hours, 25 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 24th, 5 hours, 3 inmutes, morning.
New Moon, 3ist, 10 bonrs, SI minutes, morning.
SI'S. SI'S MOON
SETS. I H. * ?.
5.. 0 1..13
5.. 0 2..19
5.. 1 3..23
5.. 1 4..-J9
5.. 2 6..36
6.. 3 B..43
5.. 4 sets.
111 r; 11
C II AR L E S T ON, I) E C E M Ii E li 2 ft.
Steamship Manhattan. Woodhull Nev York
left Saturday. P M. Mdse To J Adccr ? ce, J
H Adgcr ft ct>. J 1> Aiken ft co, C i> Ahrcns ft cit.
Adams, Damon ft co, ll L Cuitcrtiold, Dr A W
Bollinger, J A Brenner, a,.;pcr.uW.ad?it, u^iisusn
Bros, H F W Bremer, D Briggs, T M Bristoll * co.
W S Corwin A co, R & A P Caldwell, W P Case, T
M Cater, W H Chafcc A co, L Chapin, Charleston
Hotel, Clacius * Witte, JOH Claussen, J Com?
mins, H Daly. F Dauer. M Drake, W C Dukes A co,
D F Fleming A co. Forsythe, McComb A co, Hart
A co, Vt Gurney, P L (Juillemln, J H Graver A co,
W Harrall A co*, .1 W Harrisson, J Hurkarap A co,
N A Hunt, Jeffords A co, Jennings, Thomlinson A
co, C H Johnson, O E & A S Johnson, C Kerrison,
Jr. C Kerrison. L Keneeke, H Klatte A co, Khnck,
Wickcuocrg A co, J 1? Kelp, Krietc A Chapman, C
Litschgi, H G Loper, Laurey A Alexander, Macol?
lar, Williams A Parker. D Loper. A Sons, Mowry
A co, S lt Marshall, W Matthiesscn, J ii Milnor A
co. S Heyer, Me Loy A Klee, A MeLcish. Ncufvllie
A Haniism, Mulrcr, Nimitz A co. North, Steele A
WardeP. M H Xatiian, Ouenriorff A co, F Opde
bcock, li O'Neill, J F O'Neill A Son, D O'Neill, Jr,
D O'Neill A S ms, W KPaddou, Palmetto Pioneer
Co-operative Association, C F Patlknin, D Paul A
co. Paul. Welch A Brandes, J A yuackenbush. SC
Railroad Agent, J Boils, W P Russell A co, South?
ern Express Company, W Shepherd A co, Strauss
A Vance, G W Steffens, E H Stelling. E R Stod?
dard A co. S G Trott. C Tecklenburg, J F Taylor A
co,T Tupper & Son. W Vince. C Voigt. J ll V?llers,
Walker, Evans A Cogswell, P Walsh. M A Warren,
Werner A Ducker. W O Viilden A co. L Wclskopf,
Willcox, Hibbs A coi G W Williams A co, /.ogbauin,
Young A co, W J Yates, and others. Sunday
night, 12 o'clock, Hatteras light bearing wsw,
passed steamship Champion hmice for New York.
Encountered strong southerly winds and heavy
sea the entire passage.
Ship Bombay, Jordan, Philadelphia-T days.
Ballast. To the Master.
Bark K B Walker, Pettingiii, Matan/.as. Mo?
lasses. To ii F Baker A co. Having experienced
heavy weather has put in leaky.
Norwegian brig Apollo, Jj-'inhart, Liverpool
Bailed October SO. Salt, ASJFTo Ravcnel A co.
Spanish brig Manuel. Pares, St Jago de Cuba
22 days. Ballast. To J A Euslow A co.
spanish brig Romano, Carreras, St Jago dc
Cuba-17 days. Rallast. To VY, P Hall. (Pre
t ionsly reported nt quarantine.)
Sehr Kate P Lunt, Lum, Philadelphia-0 days.
Coal. To.piastor. and Charleston Mining and
Sehr Arcturus, Goodsell, Clack River. Jam-10
days, Fruit. To A Caijajr.
?chr Paragon, Wa??b, Heitford. X C. 2200
bushels coin. To R M Butler A Son.
Steamer 1'lanier. Foster, Cheraw and Landings
OD Peedee River. 93 bales cotton, 107 bbls rosin,
97 bbls spirits turpentine, 9 bags rice, and sun?
dries. To Kavenel A Holmes, G W Williams A co,
J M Galil well A Son, Mowry A co. Reeder A Davis,
F C Archer. Frost A Adger, (i ll Walter A co, J V
-karden, Wagener A Monsees, Shaekelford A Kelly,
Screven A Nisbet, and others.
Steamer General Manigault. Conies. Peedee
River. 13C balesTotton. To Shaekelford A Kelly,
Kirkpatrick A Witto, Mowry A co. Mantoue A co.
<; W Williams A co, J A ijuackeiibush, Reeder A
Davis, and F w Emanuel.
Sloop Eliza Ann. Irom Santee. ?> bags sea island
cotton, 4 bales upland cotton. To W K Ryan.
IN THE OFFING.
Brig S P Brown, from Havana via Key Wert.
To J A Enslow A co.
A hcrm brig, unknown.
* CLEARED YESTERDAY.
Birk Maria, Webster, Liverpool-Willis A chi
Sehr Vraie, Mason, New York.
Sehr s A E Corso ti, Brower, Georgetown, sc. m
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Jame? Adger, Lockwood, New Y'ork,
Sehr J II Stickney, Fooks, New York, Decem?
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr George A Mary, Lord, at New York, De?
Sehr J M Brooman, Crawford, at Philadelphia,
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Sea Gol!, Dutton, from Baltimore,
Brig Josie A Devereaux, Clark, front Boston,
GEORGETOWN. December 27.-Cleared. Decem?
ber 26, sehr C S Webb, Brewster, New York; De?
cember 27, brig Hampden, Perkins, Martinique.
WILMINGTON, December 28.-Arrived, steam?
ships Pioneer, Philadelphia; Clyde, New York;
SAVANNAH. December 28.-Arrived, ship Madge
Wildllre, Liverpool. Cleared, steamship Virgo,
New York: schrs R Caldwell, New York; Grace
Clifton, Providence; Warren Cobb, South Amboy.
LIST OF VESSELS
IT. Cl.RAHED AND SAILED FOR TUIS PORT.
# F O REIGN.
British bark ijneen, Hetherington, sailed. .Nov 2.?.
Bark Annie Torrey, Lebby, sailed.Nov 26
Ship David Brown. Nichols, sailed.Nov ie
Thc France. Exmelln, sailed.Dc:- 2
.I) O M E S T I I' .
Brig Josie A Devereaux, Clark, sailed.Dec 23
Sehr Ma Bella, Fisher, cleared.Nov -J7
Sehr C E Raymond, Higgins, cleared.Dec lo
Sehr Kate K Rich,-. up.Dec 10
PROVIDENCE, R I.
British brig Peter A John,]McLaughlin.sid..Dec 17
Sehr Eveline, Gilmore, cleared.Dec is
Sehr Henrv Whitney, Perkins, up.Dee 13
Sehr Wm Flint, Post, up.Dec 18
Sehr Lilly, Hughes, up.Dec 21
Sehr N W Smith, Tooker, cleared.Dec 21
Sehr T D Wilder, Holmes, cleared.Dec 22
Sehr George A Mary, Lord, cleared.Dec 24
Steamship Proi?::'tlieus. Gray, cleared.Dee 23
Sehr Alexander Yonn?, Young, cleared... Dec 29
Sciir-J M Broomail. Crawl'orn. geared.Dee -J4
Steamship Sea Gull. Dutton, sailed.,.lX? ?i
Brig Mary Stewart, Adams, cleared.Dec 24
Sehr George Tuuhute, Stcelman, cleared.. .Dee io
Sehr J E Woodbury, Woodbury, cleared... Dec '.'
Sehr Whitney Long, Hayes, up.Dec 8
Sehr Emma, Rall, sailed.Dec 18
Sehr D V Streaker, Van Gilder, gaited.Dec 22
Sehr Marcus Hunter, Orr, cleared,.Dee 23
(?ignrs, ?obficco, &t.
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Ne. 'li King stic.'t, Comer of Society street,
"SION OF TUE INDIAN Cntn ."
LA CAROLINA CIGARS, at $20 per M
La Carolina Cigars, No. 1, at $22 per M
Corona je Espa?a, No. 1, at $25 per M
Kl Bouquet, a: $39 per M
Pariagas, (Havana tilling,) at $40 per M
ll. Upmann, (Havana.) at $50 per M
Figaro, (Genuine Spanish,; at $75 per M
Jcnuy Lind, at *so per M.
As ail these brands are made under my especial
care and supervision, 1 can warrant thal all
Cigars smoke well and will give satisfaction
at the prices.
Imported Cigars or different grades.
For cigar Manufacturers, a Luge assortment of
A slock of Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO,
Merchants and Consumers arc respectfully in?
vited io give me a call, the *:nr!crs!gned being re?
solved to give satisfaction.
decl8 sniwlmo J. MADSEN.
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save time, health and money. '
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stage which they fail lu cure.
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Ulcers, Ulcerated Sore Thront and Mouth, Bore
Eyes, Cutaneous or Skin Eruptions, Copper Col?
ored Blotches, Sureness of thc Scalp, Scrofula,
Ac; is the greatest Renovator, Alterative and
Blood Purilier known, removes all diseases from
the system, and leaves the blood pure and healthy.
Dr." RICllAn'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2 cures
Mercurial Affections, Rheumatism in all its
forms, whether from mercury or oilier causes;
gives immediate relief lu all cases. No dieting
necessary. 1 have thousands or Certiticates
proving the miraculous cures effected by these
remedies. Price of either No. 1 or No. 2," io per
bottle, or two bottles for *!>.
Dr. RICIIAC'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a snre,
speedy, pleasant and radical cur?: lor all Urinary
Derangements, accompanied with inn directions.
Price $.: pur bottle.
Dr. RICIIAC'S GOLDEN ELIXIR D'AMOCR,
radical cure for Nervous or General Debility, in
oidor young, imparting energy with wonderful
eject. Pile- "o per bottle, ur two bottles for
On receipt of price these Remedies will be ship?
ped to any place. Prompt attention paid u> ;i:i
corie .-pundi nts. None genuine without the nano
of "Hr. ItlCHAI"rt GOLDEN REMEDIES, D. V.
RICHARDS, Sole lToprietor," blown in glass oi
- Address I?. B. RICHARDS,
N<>. 221 Varies stroi :. K< -,v \ ark.
Office hours Ironi 0 A. M. to u !'. >l.
Circulars sent. Jul-.-:- tv r
IF YOU WANT KOTB, LETTEJ? Mil)
CAP PAPERS ami ENVELOPES, co to
Ko. 155 Meeting btrtct, opposite charleston ll ?tel
Cluricaloo, s.e. deon.towi
0 R "NB W
Thc First-class Side-wheel Steamship
CHARLESTON. James Berry, Com-_
mander, of the New York and Charleston Steam?
ship Company's I.inAkwill leave Adger's Sonth
Wharf on WEDNESDAY; thc 29th instant,at 3o'clock
P. M. precisely.
OW Through Bilis of Lading given on Cotton to
Aj- Insurance bj mis Line half percent,
jay Superior Accommodations for Passengers.
dec29 1 _ JAMES ADOER A CO.. Agents.
-p O R NEW YOB K . "
The superior Steamship SARAGOSSA, <f?p&ph
Captain C. Ryder, having line acconi-^^i^^
modatlons for passengers, win leave Vander
horsfs Wharf, on TUUKSDAY. December co, 1SG9,
at 2 o'clock P. M. RAVENEL A CO.,
CHARLESTON AND LIVERPOOL STEAMSHIP
The Fine lion Screw Steamship^d^jCj^
4,Al>.M.IA," Thomas Sanderson, ('om-??iiM2
mander, is now ready to receive Freight lor the
Colton forwarded by this Linc to all thc prin?
cipal points on the Continent of Europe, and
Through Bills Lading signed at Charleston.
Thc "ADAijLV.wil! bc folloMjed Hie new .-team
For Freight elaj?gcnients. apply to .
de<?28 ltOIiERT MURK A CO?
jp A S T F R E+G HT Ll N E
TO?BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON AND
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
THROU?U BILLS LADING GIVES FOR COT
TOS TO BREMES.
Thc Steamship FALCON. Horsey?rf- jSBkv
Commander, will sall for BaJUmoreSspMMa
on- WEDNESDAY, December 29th, at3o'clock R M.
.rom Pier Ko. 1, Union Wharves.
SO-Insurance hy the Steamers of this linc fi
per cent, to ?altimore anti Philadelphia. To Bos?
ton X- Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Ballimore wiilie-ut addi?
tional expense for insurance. ?
By arrangement *lth the Steamships ortho
Baltimore and Bremen Line, sailing semi-month?
ly, Through Bills Lading ior COTTON will hereafter
lie Issued to thc latter port on accommodating
?-Through Bills Lacing given to PHILADEL?
PHIA. BOSTON aud thc CITIES OF THE NORTH?
For Freight engagements or Passage, npplv to
COURTENAY A TRENHOLM",
dec23 4 Union Wharves.
?pOK PHILADELPHIA AND BOSTON.
Thc steamship PROMETHEUS, Capt.
A. B. Gray, will leave North Arlan-_
tlc Wharf on TUUKSDAY, the 30th instant, al -
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JOHN A THEO. GETTY.
dcc24 North Atlantic Wharf.
QV?^MUJ?E OF MAIL STEAMERS
Between NEW YORK and LlVER-^-??p
POOL, calling at Queenstown. ^'virri"
One or thc above First-Class Iron Mall Steamers
are Intended to sall as follows:
From Liverpool for New York direct every SAT
From Liverpool (calling nt Cork Harbor) for
New York via Boston every TUESDAY.
From New York for Liverpool (calling at Cork
Harbor) every TUUKSDAY.
Certificates Issued to bring out Passengers from
any part of Europe at lowest rates.
For Freight or Cabm Passage, applv to
CHAS. G. FRANKLYN,
No. 4 Bowling Green. New York.
For Stcerugc Passage, apply to Trinity Build?
ing, No. Ill Broadway. New York, or to
WM. ROACH k CO., Agents,
nov4 1 s mw 3m ns Charleston.
JpACIFIC MAIL STEAJ?SniP COMFITS
THEoron LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
CHANCE OF SAILING DAY%?
Steamers ol the above linc leave Pler^gy&Cfih
No. 42, North River, foot o? Canal Btrect,2IAB?
New York,' at 12 o'clock noon, of thc Sill and
".1st or every month (except when these dates ?all
on Sunday, then thc Sat unlay preceding.)
Departure or Jill and 2lst connect ai Panania
with steamers for South Pacific and Central Amer?
ican ports. Those of 6th touch ut Manzanillo.
Steamship AMERICA leaves San Francisco for
Japan and China February l, is:*.
No California .'-learners touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York lo AsplnwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and ?itu adanes free.
For Passage Tickets or further information np
ply at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
wharf, foot or Canal-street, North River, New.
York. P. R. BABY, Ageut.
mRAVELLERS PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROUTE TO FLORI PA
And other places, should lay In If?fir_jj**ja>
supplies of Clarets, Champagnes, cvir-^&n&a?
dials, Brandies, Whiskies Wines, Canned Soups
and Meats, American and English Biscuits, De?
villed Ham, Tongue, Lobster, Dui ham Smoking
Tobacco uud imported Segara.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 270 King street, opposite Basel,
Charleston, s. C
Branch of No. OOO Broadway, corner 2Uth street,
New York. sc pcs Cmos
pO R C H E R A v7 AND I N
TERMEDI.VTK LANDINGS ON THE PEEDEE
RIVER, VIA GEORGETOWN. S. C.
The Steamer "PLANTER," Cap- ? -rTT^ik
tain J. T. Foster, win receive SsidSS?m
Freight To-Mouuow, Hie 2'.'ili Instant, at Accom?
modation Wharf, and leave Tuun&DAY MoJUtlNO,
thu 30th instant, at ti o'clock.
Having superior Stateroom accommodation*
will lake passengers for tJ'.o. above points.
Freigilt and wharfage must bo prepaid.
For Fadght or Passage, apply to
RAVEN EL A HOLMES. Agents,
det-28 2 No. 177 East Buy.
OR FE R N A N D I NA, FLORIDA,
INLAND ROUTE VIA BEAUFORT, HILTON
HEAD. SAVANNAH, BRUNSWICK AND
ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS
ON THE GEORGIA COAST.
Steamer PILOT UOY, Captain r .-??T^h,
Fenn Peck, will leave Charleston x?-?-l
for above points every SUNDAY MOKMNU, at f
o'clock. Leaving Savannah MONDAY MOKNINO,
at 9 o'clock.
Returning, she will leave Fernandina on TUES?
DAY AFTERNOON, after arrival of ihc train from
Cedar Key.! and Gainesville; leaving Brunswick
same evening; leaving Savannah tor Charleston,
via Beaufort, v.? WEDNESDAY AITEH-NOON, m ;<
l'or Freight or Passage apply to
J. 1). AIKEN A CO.,
nor24 South Atlantic Wharf.
JP O R I' A L A T K A, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA JACKSON?
VILLE AND LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Steamer "DICTATOR," Captain r -IT"**"'?*
W. T. KcNcIty, will sail from }jsS^^3m
Charleston every TUESDAY EVENINO ut s o'clock,
for above points.
Steamer "CITY TO INT,-' Captain George E. Mc?
Millan, wHI sail from Charleston every FRIDAY
EVENING, at s o'clock for above poi.its. Connect?
ing with all railroads at Savanna!) going South
and West. Connecting with the Florida Railroad,
at Fernandina, for Cedar Keys, from which place
steamers e uncetwlth Mobile and New orleans.
Connecting :.. Polaika, with lian's steamers for
the (lela -, "ha Uiver. Through Bills or Lading
given ior freights lo Mobile and New Orleans.
Freights payable on the n barf. Ad gomia remain?
ing on thc wharf at sunset will bc stored at rist:
and expense of owners.
(Signed) J. D. AIKEN & co.,
Tj*XTEA TRIP TO REAUFOBT AND
CHJSOLM'S LANDING ON AND AFTER
Steamer PILOT FOY. Captain "
Fenn Peck, will sn.i for above . ?SffifiriTSL
points every FRIDAY MORNINH, at So'cJocs. Ile
turning, will ?cave Beauforl same evening to sui
ll li le. J. I?. AIKEN A CO.,
TT'LEf.nNG'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
They aro purely vegetable, safe and Bare, The
Us., in use. For sale by Dr. H.BA?K,
r?w. iii Maomig sn ret,
jp 0 R BOSTON.
The Al fast Failing Schooner JAMES .&*
YOUNG, Wilson, Master, having three-Jgj?g,
fourths (>,) cargo engaged, will he quickly dis?
patched for the above port.
For Freight engagements applv to
ItlSLKY A CREIGHTON.
dce20 Accommodation wharf.
Tim Al British Dart ATLANTIC, Captain A
Vcrnwn, having a large portion of her car-5G3aB
go engaged and on board, wants SOO bales o'? Cot?
ton lo complete the sanie.
Fur Freight engagements, applv to
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
_ rtccga Boyce's Wharf.
jp 0 R L I V E ll P O O L.
The British Ship GORILLA, Captain Sav.^tT.?
having a large portion of her Cargo en-SBtL
gaged aud going on board, for Freight engage?
ments apply to ROBERT MURE A CO.,
deejs Boyce*? Wharf.
EXCURSIONS TO ALL POINTS OP
INTEREST AROUND THE HARBOR.
nie fast sailing and comfortably ap?
pointed Yacht ELEANOR alli now resume;_
hOr trips to all points in tuc harbor, starting
EVERY RORNIKO, al lo o'clock, and every AFTER*
NOON, at 3 o'clock, from South Commercial
For Passage orCharter,*apply next door south
of thc Mills House. nov8 3mos
OR L I V E It P 0 O L
Thc Al American Bark WETTER HORN. J??
Lauderken, Master, of small capacity, basSK
a Urge part of her cargo engaged ami now going
on board, ami will have dispatch for thc above
05" This vessel is nearly new and insures at
the lowest rales.
For balance of freight mom applv to
dec?s STREET BR?THERS & CO.
y OR LIVE R V O 0 U
The Al British Bark YTJM?RI, Cochran, Jj?a
Master, will have quitK dispatch for IhcSSli
For Freight apply to R. T. WALKER,
dcclT Royce's Wharf.
?~R L I VE It P 0 0 L.
Thc British ship M?SCONGUS, W.. M. J\A
Groves, Master, having a large portion of y jM
her cargo engaged, wlil have dispatch. For
freight engagements apply lo
uov29 RA VF. NE L lt CO. '
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mBE WAIT PLOUGH TRIUMPHANT !
Tilia PLOUGH ls now the leading Plough a the
Middle and Cotton States.
Among the hundreds of testimonials we have
from practical Planters and Farmers, we would
call attention to Hie following extract. Hom atel?
ier received from Colonel I!. G. LOCK FIT, vi thc
large planting linn of Jordan A Lockett, dated
Albany, Ga., November 27, ISM:
"Before closing this letter, I cannot refrain from
expressing my .sincere thanks to you for the in
vent-on ol thc BEST PLOUGH NOW IN USE. II
in the delight or Hie negro. Resides doing the
best work that 1 have ever seen tiny Plough d-fit
runs with more ease ?to thc ploughman, and the
draft tu the animai ls lighter Hiati any Plough 1
have ever used.
"Your Plough has already become a necessity
to me. and 1 would feel mined Without lt. I am
satisfied we have saved, iiuiinu&lly, Htousauds 01
dollars in inities alone. Ii is the </\'*a;:!-?.t Plough
1 liaxc ever used, ol any kind or description, and
i am anxious to bring, If I can. to the notice ol
my feilow-plantcrs, th:s most valuable Plough."
Colonel Luckelt commenced using lb eoe Ploughs
bl thu spring of ISOS. and now ha- more than two
hundred anil llfty (SAO] of them on lin plantain ns.
We have testimuniuis as emphatic iron: leading
plantersiu North Carolina, South Carolina. Geor?
gia, Alabama and* Tesas, but litis will sutnee for
thc ::n-st IncrodtiioU'1.
During thc proi-cui r..:i. this Plough has taken
Premiums at Eight Fairs held in Virginia, North
Caro?un, South Carolina and Alabama, and re
ecivetl Hie Highest Raihigsai thc Great Field rna!
m Pennsylvania, In August last, when more than
l'it'iy L'iii'e:ca: Ploughs were tested.
\V ITT A KNIGHT.
. Ko. Ii?2 Franklin street,
l ot sale ai Factory ?. :. ?. freight added, by
;. E. AGGER k co.,
So <: /.et ::U,
(loofl raws Charleston, s. Oj _
OUPERIOR COLOGNE WATER.
Manufactured and fur aa:e by
L-r. n. RAER.
esto Ho. 134 Meeting wuoit,
A T C JJ E S AND JEWELRY AT REDUCED PRIOBS.
AV . o A ii ii i N a rr o iv & co.,
No. 256 KING STREET,
Have, by late importation?, greatly increased their stock of
Making our assortment thc largest in thc State, ami which we are now offering at prices compatible
with the decline in gold. .
Wc desire to cali special attention io our line of WATCHES of English, Geneva and American
manufacture. Waltham Watches, in solid Silver Cases, at,S20, warranted.
AGENTS FOR THE AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY.
AV. CARRINGTON. W. THOMAS.
deciO * _. ?g?
IF YOU WANT SCS?OL ANT) .
ROOKS of all kinds, cheaper than you can
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Charleston, S. C. decMOmos"
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arse STREBT, OPPOSITE CANNON.
PRESSED LUMBER of every description.
Turning done to order. A large block ol' thc
above constantly on hand.
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deelT fmwlnioDic Charleston, S. C.
Q A S F I X T tl R E S.
A select assortment or OAS CHANDELIERS,
Hall Lights, Pendants, Brackets, Portable or
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No. MO Church street,
dcc^i mwffl sign of the Star.
Jg E CAR E F U L
W II A T M EDICINES
When you are exhausted 1^ overwork of head
or Marni,'ami reel thc ueetl of something Invigorat?
ing, don't drink whisk.-y or any intoxicating
thing, whether under the name of Bitters or other*
wise. Such articles give just as much strength
to your weary body and mind aa the whip gives
to the jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stim?
ulants are Injurious io nerve health, aud are al?
ways followed by depressing reaction.
DOPD'? NERVINE AND LNVIGORATCB
Is a Tonic and gentle stimulant, which is not at?
tended bv reaction. What lt gains for you it
maintains. When it refreshes body or mind, lt
refreshes arith natural strength that comes to
stay. We are not recommending teetotalism in
thc interest or any faction; but long ami extend?
ed observation teaches ns that he who re-sorts to
the bottle ror rest or recuperation, will lind, os he
keeps at lt, that he is kindling a ure In Ids bones
which will consume IIUI? the hames or perdition.
Tum from lt. Take a tonic that will refresh and
not destroy. DODD'S NERVINE Is for sale by till
Druggists. Pine One dollar. See book of certl
tlcates that accompanies each bottle.
O L A. .TEFL XS.7 ??
13 THE BEST FOB
FOR SALE BY ALL
WHOLESALE mid RETAIL
DRY COODS DEALERS
ll ii Uro.l?s.
II A X d' E OF tiC UEO ULE
t? ENfiHA L SUI1 ER I NT EN DEN rs~OFl-TCH.
ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD, \
SAVANNAH. November6,1800. )
On and ofter SUNDAY, tho 7th instant, Passen?
ger Trains ou this road will run as follows, com?
mencing willi IUQ4.3Q P. M. train:
Leave Savannah dally ni.-LOO P. M.
Arrive at Bainbridge (Monday's except
cd) al.*.BASA. M.
Arrive at lavo Oak itally at.2.-U A. M.
Arrive at Jacksonville dally at.?...7.02 A. M.
I Arrive at Tallahassee 'lady at.7.o: A. M.
Arrive at Quincy dully at.0.16 A. M.
Leave Quincy daily :..'..0.25 P. M.
Leave Tallahassee dally at.s.23 P. M.
Leave Jacksonville dally at.*.30 P. M.
Leave Live Oak daUy at.LS8 A. M.
Leave Bainbridge (Sunday's excepted)
at.0.30 P. M. 1
Arrive at Savannah dally at.10.60 A. M. i
DAY TUA IN.
Leave Savannah (Sunday's excepted)
at.:.7.1 j A. M.
Arrive al Live Oak (Sunday's excepted)
at.7.00 P. M.
Leave Live ('ak (Sunda* ,8CX?cpteti)at..?i.00 A. M. '
Arrive at savannah (Sunday's except?
eil) at.5.3-. P. M.
Passengers for Stations went of Lawton, on
mala linc, lake Express Train leaving Savannah
at 4.3U P. M.
Leave Savannah (Tuesday, Thursday
aud Saturday) at .12.80 P. * ;
Arrive at No. 0 (Junction) at.4.30 P. h..
Arrive ut Bruna? lek a:.e.pj I?. M.
Leave Brunswick (Monday, Wednesday
and Friday) at.ULM P. V.
Leave No. o (junction) a:.3.00 P. M.
Arrive a: Savannah at.0.20 1*. M.
Connect at Jacksonville with steamers for Pa
Int ko, Picolata, Hutcrprise, and au points on tin
St. John's River. Through tickets good by all
steamers cu the river. H. s. HAINES,
decO e meral SnnerlnftHiilent.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
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Wc have thousands upon thousands of tho certifi?
cates of their remarkable cures of tho following
complaints, but ?uch cures arc known in every
neighborhood, and wc need not publish them.
Adapted to all ages and conditions in al! climates;
containing neither calomel or any deleterious
drug, they may be taken with safety by anybody.
Their sugar coating preserves them ever fresh and
makes them pleasant to take, while being purely
vegetable no harm can arise from their use m any
They operate by their powerful influence on the
internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate
it Into healthy action-remove thc obstructions of
thc stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs or
the body, restoring their Irregular action to rn-alth,
and by correcting, wherever they exist, such
derangements as are the lirst origin of di?ase.
Minnie directions are given In Hie wrapper on
the oox. for the following complaints, which these
PILLS rapidly cure:
For DYSPEPSIA or INDIGESTION, LISTLESSNESS
LANGUOR and Loss of APPKTITE, they should be
taken moderately to stimulate thc Stomach and
restore its healthy tone and action.
For LIVER COMPLAINT and ns varions symp?
toms, UlLlors IIEAPACIIE, SICK HEADACHE. .IAIT.
DICR or GitEKM SICKNESS. HILIOUS COLIC and
B1U0C8 FEVERS, they should bemdlcioosly taken
for each case, to correct the diseased a . ion or
remove the obstructions which cause it.
For DYSENTERY or DIARRHOEA, but one mild
dose ls generally required.
For RHEUMATISM, COLT, GRAVEL, PAIT?TATIOM
or Titi: UKABT, PAIN IN THE SIDE, LACK and
LUNGS, ihey should be continuously taken, as re
qulrcdfto change the diseased action ?A iv.e sys?
tem. With such change those compigne s tlis
For DROPSY and Drtorsic.u. SWRI.UXOS they
should be taken in large and frequent 'loses to
produce the effect of a drastic purge.
For SfiTREssioN a large dose Bbonld bc taken
as lt produces the desired effect by sympa: hy.
Asa DI'XNRR PILL, take one or two l'i 1 LS to pro?
mote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach ana
bowels into healthy action, restores the appetite,
and invigorates the system. Hence ii is often ad?
vantageous where no serions derangement exista,
une who feels tolerably well, ufteu finds that a
do.se of thone PILLS makes him feel decidedly bel?
ier, from their cleansing and renovating etreet on
the digestive apparatus.
DH. J. C. AYER A CO.. Practical Chemists.
Lowell. Mass.. H. S. A.A
Sold at wholesale sud n til by D0W1E
MOISE, Charleston, S. c., and by Retail Druggists
everywhere. _ _PAC_oct4 mwfsmos
p A CI PIC GUANO COMPANY'S
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SFF.D.
This article ls rff?UU?a?turcd ar the Company'u
Works under the direction ar.'1, superintendence
of Dr. RAVENER. It contains thc sam: elements
of fertility as Soluble Pacific Guano, except tb*?
lt Is not lin ni ?lied willi ammonia, lt Ls prepared
expacssly for '.?imposting with cotton seed, which
furnishes thc element of ammonia-thc object be?
ing io render that stdc-produci of the plantation
; available io thc highest degree as a liv clement of
?l?cas'b, 01 8?oo:i 1st November, isTO. for ap?
' proved city acceptance or other good security,
j For further, and particular information, apply
to ibo undei dgucd,
J. N. ROBSON,
Agent for South Carolina,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
JOHN. S. REESE A CO.,
General Agents Rainmore.
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