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And it^romctimca faQiSmaao though I ohould
Nobody knows 11 . v.- ?. ?ti
The number of woea . i ... ?1
That besot auch a maiden ao I.\ ' . -
They ?al? pj'e a flirt, ;
' And try to convort '
Mo into a hateful, contemptible prude;
I think they wiU find
That I'll soon toaoh them what to conclude. ,
Horren only knows
Why they eoem BO ? dotorminod to persecute
ma; .>1 loll .eli'.' >..*.> ' ..".' ! 1 '
What nnder the ann
I ever hat? done
To make them act so, I can't eeo.
-ffRhev a&We to ri?e,^~
Or td walk by their side,
Whenever I* think they'ro about to propoao, ;
. ?I ; Imanaje^heUiing^i ;
Contriving io bring .
The subject at on co to H cloao.
It may ho too late
For men aro but Ockle at beeb (so I bey s av;) j
1 think Til decido .
' ( Ob dear! bow i'm tried)
To accept ono without more delay.' '
. Now Jonn will be her? i
To-night; wlth?u* f?ar,
It will he very oaay to last toll bim "y es;"
1 . But bia hair ia 8? light,
And bis whiskers' too bright
He'll wait awhile longer, I gu?asl
ORKAI Jal 5? m
FORTUNES OF JULIET CLAYBURN.
"Miss Clayborn has known sorrow; bnt
the enemy is' vanquished-instead of
being conquered; she in the conqueror.
There is something irresistibly fascinat?
ing in that internal peace, Whose exist?
ence is portrayed ip snob., graceful cha?
racters on ' her con te naneo-that calm
and cloudless serenity, v/hiob. breathes
melodious musio from every lineament.
Sorrow has only discovered a richer vein
in the golden ore of her? perfect charac?
ter." r? '
? 'That is true," replied his cousin ; . 'for
whatever regrets Juliet may have in the
past, and I think she has many, she hos
nobly laid them away in those secret
chambers of the so al, whence their
ghostly faces never re-appear; she has
nobly buried them in the far away
sepulchres of the dead, and placed n?
weak memorial to commemorate their
lost delight. Though she is no longer
careless and gay, and seldom has fits of
-what the world , calls vivacity and high
spirits, she is nevertheless uniformly
cheerful, and appears to be at peace with
herself and all mankind."
"Then she's -the happiest and the
most highly-favored of all created
beings," said Mr. Lyle; "for though it
is an easy thing, by the exercise of rigid
prudence and self-control, to keop on
terms of peace with the rest of the world,
to keep the soul at peace with itself is
the hardest task allotted to mortals."
"This, theo, is your idea of happiness,
Theodore? A , state of quiescenoe, in
which we are free not only from bicker?
ings and outward disturbance with our
follow-croaturos, but also rid of all men?
tal disquietude-all aspirations-long?
ings-graspings after the unattainable
searchings into the mysterious-and that
inward inspection, that plunging into
the depths of self-sorntiny, whioh I con?
fess is sometimes almost maddening."
"Do you wish to hear my idea of hap?
piness?" asked Mr. Lyle, striking a spe?
culative, thoughtful attitude; "that ignis
/alum, at which all mankind have been
vainly clutching and grasping since the
fall of Adam*? Theu listen: Happiness
arises from no external circumstances
for the peasant may bo happier than the
monarch-the sick man than the robust
-the ignorant than the learned-and a
Lazarus thao a Baron Rothschild. In
its highest state, it is the perfect subjec?
tion of oar desires to our necessities-of
the carnal nature to the spiritual-of
matter to mind-of the intellect and the
passions to the moral nature. Happi?
ness is tho pang which has lost its
venom-the quiet after agitation-the
power of placid endurance-the peace
after the storm-the delici?os agony of
conquered sorrow. When we can look
back to the past, without shuddering at
its spectres-when we can look forward
to the future, without feverish anticipa?
tions concerning what it may have in
store for us-when we can perform our
duties in the present, without painful
retrospection or painful longings, then,
Eugenia, we possess our souls in pence
in other words, we are happy. It is
evident that none ean know happiness,
who have not token a draught from the
bitter oup of sorrow; and perhaps tho
deeper the draught, the greater the capa?
city for happiness. For it is not tho
quiet mao, living in unbroken repose all
his days, who appreciates the blestuDgs
attendant ou his situation; but the storm
tossed, weather-beaten muriner, who
having known tumult and disaster, cnn
feel tho delightful sensation of tranqui?
"What an ideal" oried Eugenia. "Let
there be no end to this unmeaning vet
bocity. I suppose you consider it a pro?
foundly critical disquisition on the sub?
ject; bat notwithstanding your profuse
dealing in poetical decoration and
imagery, it is neither sententious not
sensible. Theodore, you describe av
impossible state for feeling humanity,
You make a knowledge of misery neues
sary to a knowledge of happiness. Yoi
make a man to know sorrow-the heaviei
the better, so you say-aud then yoi
proceed to divest him of all feeling,
when ho has become indifferent to proa
perity or adversity^ pleasure or pain, ant
mounted to a seule of perfected callous
ness, then you derisively call him happy
Though T know little of Zeno, of Cy pru
and his teachings, it seems to mo you
doctrine savors strongly of the princi
pies of his seot. Huppinessl Hoavei
help UK! I reprobate such a system, ft>
to bo apathetic is worse misery than th
unhappiness resulting from over-ncut<
"But yon wilfully contort my words,
-l'.r-^C".": '...-?...>.>. '. .. ??- 'Vi*-:
. -?.?>.' >? -^s??rh'^r . ? .? -'V -A-"VvVtf,.
remot?atited Vr. ^Ie^aoVwl?Ldly
pervert tho troth. ,1 .don't wish a man
insensible or unfeeling exaptly, but tobe
happy he mue.t pogsoss soli-control^ius
emw???^lmrarractiona most be Ve
strained within proper limits, and his
feeling? must be subservient to his prin?
ciples." ? .
"Feel according to principle 1" ejaou
Isted Eugenia, -laughing: "Well, that
transcends my capacity. I would like
some people ?nd bato o th era, if I had a
thousand. principles against it, and I
would fool hungry for . my dinner every
day. if the whole fabrio of my moral
nature, principles and all, were rent in
twain in consequence."
'.You pugnacious daughter of Eve,"
retorted the gentleman, "but have your
! own way. I will not seek to enlighten
ign?ranos so dense. I will not under?
take to explain."
"Explain I No. : I beg yon to desist.
It would give employment to n more
skillful enigmatist than yourself to ex?
plain yonr meaning. How is it possible
for you'to do justice to a subject beyond
your comprehension and your experi
1 enco? How can you, who are governed
by tho passing feeling of the moment,
who are a perfect flash of gun-powder
in your emotions, how can yon know
aught of tho happiness to be derived
from well-balanced affections and a calm,
"And being such as you desoribe me,
is the reason I am never entirely at
peaoe with myself, is the reason I look
upon those more fortunately constituted
with envy and admiration-which brings
us baok to the starting point, viz: Mies
Clay burn. Eugenia, I havo a secret to
unfold-I am desperately in love with
yonr friend. Upon my life, I believe I
have been so ior five or six years past;
for no woman has eyer inspired me with
tho same reverence and admiration.
Seeing her again has revived the spark,
kindled years ago in Ashburn. Will you
help me, Eugenia?"
"With all my heart," answered Miss
Bawleigh, manifesting no surprise at tho
sudden announcement. "It has always
been a pet fancy of mine to have you
two married. You remember I told you
once before, she was the only person I
knew worthy of you."
"But the question," remarked Mr.
Lyle, "is not whether she is worthy of
me-of that there oaa be no doubt. The
only donbt is, whether I am worthy of
ker, and whether she will be graoions
enough? to think so-granting that I
"We muBt try to convince her of the
faot," was the reply, and then, with a
proud, fond look, "you are Harry Bab?
bitt's equal any day."
"Not in her estimation, perhaps,"
suggested Theodore. "Bot isn't it
singular? I mean, that she should have
been so devoted to Babbitt. I met the
family abroad-they were traveling
several years. Harry, in common par?
lance, is a nico fellow, a thorough gen?
tleman in deportment and manners; but
I've been thrown with him intimately,
and I never discovered tho existence of
any extraordinary qualities calculated to
rivet the affections of such a woman as
Miss Clayburn. There is no ground of
comparison between them, except in
social position-for Babbitt is boyish,
"But take him altogether, exceedingly
prepossessing," chimed in Eugenia; "he
really is good-looking, and then that fas?
tidiousness in dress, those fragrant curl?
ing locks, and his dashing, fashionable
ways, were just the thing to captivate a
sentimental school-girl. Afterwards, I
suppose, she loved him from habit.
There's os much in that as anything
"Do you think so?" inqnired Mr.
Lylo, dolorously ; "then, to use a vulgar,
but very expressive phrase, 'my cake's
all dough,' for perhaps she loves him
from habit still. I saw them together
io town-and tho horrible possibility
presenta itself to my mind, that, doubt?
less, he is paying his addresses to her
o gai ii. Alas! the golden gate of hope is
closing its portals already. But a mo?
ment ago, I was transported into a state
of pleasurable delirium, and now, I find
myself surrounded by n sea of anxieties,
whoso waves will overwhelm me like a
.wild bay of breakers.' "
"You're only talking for effect, now, I
presume," said Miss Rawleigh, with an
air of studied maliciousness; "for a phi?
losopher, whoso feelings are under the
government of stern principle, need not
mind whato'cr betides."
"But I do mind itl" cried Mr. Lyle,
"laying aside all metaphysical specula?
tion, and coming bock to plain facts, it's
the very deuce. Already, I feel a ran?
corous enmity and jealousy against the
man who ia trying to interfere in my
"Allow me to felicitate you on your
admirable consistency] You were a stoio
a moment since, what are yoa now, The?
"I om a stoic, still," said Mr. Lyle,
"and I've only taken advautuge of the
privilege accorded by common consent
and usage to all sects-that of forgettiug
their principles, when it is inconvenient
to remember them, or of laying them
, completely asido, when they becotno un?
"True-trne," replied his cousin,
. laughing; "undi remember mo, Theo?
dore, you aro not tho first preacher I
have heard eloquently advocate doctrines,
, the ioverse of those he practiced."
r "As a matter of course," said Theo
, doro. "Are you one of those preposte?
rously unreasonable beings who expect
a man to do both? Moderate your ex
] peotations. Life is short. If a man
. preach, what time has he to practice? il
ho practice, what timo has ho to preach?
j which, I think, accounts satisfactorily
r for tho rare combination of tho twt
, TO BE CONTINUED.
Sweet Potato Slips.
p? rv BUSHEL!? YAMS and other Slips, ii
t)VJ fine order, for sale by
Mureil 25 E. HOPE.
South Caro?naHtt?rdr^? Company, - :
Qj???BAL B?fcTS 0*WOE, &r*. ,15^868. j
r^?^iwaiBOg?t?B? THE following 8che
^TOraiiflffgTOdEl? for ?'Paseonger
TraiuB Tfill bo obncrvod from thia dato: (I
DAY PASSENGER TRAIN. : .
Leaving Columbia *t.............. 7.4? a. m.
Arriving at Columbia at. -1.40 p. m
NIGHT EXFnESS TRAIN.
Leaving Colombia at *. 6.50 p. m.
Arriving at Columbia at.4.45 a. m.
TUE OAKDEN TRAIN - Tn I*WEEK I.V.
(Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.)
Arrive Colombia 11.00 a. m. Loave 1.20 p. m.
Arrive at Ringville in time to cc nocet with
I through mail train Sontb.
DAILY (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED )
Leave Camdon G.35a.m. Ar Kingvillo 9.20 a.m.
Lve Ringville8.15 p. m. Ar Camden fi.05 p.m.
Sept 16 H. T. PEAKE. General Sop't.
Spartanburg and Union Bai lr o ad.
I I'nH'lMrf'HtfJ ON and after the 18th October,
?^M^^BgyPftBBonrer TrainB will leavo Kpnr
tanbnrg C. H. on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, at 7.S0 a, m., and arrive at Alston al
1.35 p. m., connecting with Greenville down
train. Returning Tuesdays, Thur sd ays and
Saturdays, leave Alston 9.30 m.; arrivo Spar?
tanburg* 9.40 p. m., as per following Schedule.
Doron Train. Up Train.
Miles. Arrive. Leave. Arrive.Leave.
Spartanburg 0 7.30 3.40
Pacolot.10 8.15 8.20 2.50 2.65
.Toncavillo.. .19 8.55 9.00 2.10 2.11
Union ville... 28 9.45 10.10 12.55 : 1.25
Santoc.37 10.45 10.50 1?.15 12.2C
Shelton.48 11.40 11.45 11.20 11.26
LylosFoid..52 12 05 12.10 10.55 ll.0C
Strother ....5G 12.30 12.35 10.30 10.85
Alston.68 1.35 9.SG
Oct 14 THOS. D. JETER, President.
The North and South United,
Ronto. See that your Tickets aro good via
Petersburg, Weldon, Raleigh and Charlotte.
NORTH CAROLINA R. R. TIME TABLE.
Trains East. Trains West.
ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte. 4.15 p m 10.00 a m
Salisbury.6.14 p m 6.19 p m 7.37 a m 7 56 a m
Greonsb'o.8.57 p m 9.02 p m 5.06 a m 5.14 a m
Raleigh .. .1.00 a m 1.45 a m 12.00 m n 1.00 a m
Golda boro. 6.30 a m 8.30 p m
A Freight and Accommodation Train leaves
Charlotte daily, at 3.40 a. m., and arrives at
12 25 p. m. ALBERT JOHNSON,
March ll Superintendent.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
i iiiu??^v?n Leave Anderson.4.20 P. M.
" Pendleton.5 20 '?
-Perryvillo. 6 00
Arrive at Walhalla.7.00 "
Leavo Walhalla.3 30 A. M.
" Perrvville.4.10 '.
11 Pendloton.5.10 ??
Arrivo at Anderson.6.10 "
Waiting at Anderson one hoar for tho arrival
of tho ap train on the Greenville and Columbia
Railroad, oxcept on Saturday, when they will
wait until tho train arrives.
March 4 W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup,
GreoaviUe ona Columbia Railroad J
f^wcwnKUUa?ir>- ON and aftor WEDNE8
W?I?K?m???SS??toK?, January 19, the fol?
lowing Bubedulo. wfll, po. run. dally, Sunday
excepted, connecting with Night Train on
Sooth Carolina Boan, np and down, and with
Night Train on Charlotte, Columbi a and Au
guetaBoad golDg South: .
Leave Columbia.. 7.00 a m
"Aleton....... .. 8.40am
^. Newberry..;.' 10.10 a m
Arrive Abbeville_ . 3.00 p ra
" Anderson. 4.20 pm
" Greenville. 5.00 pm
Loavo.Greenville .,. 5.45 am
" Anderson........... 0.25 a m
" -AbbeviBo. 8.00 am
" Newberry.12.85 p m
?? Alston. .: 2.10 pm
Arrive Colombia.8.45 p m
Tho Train will return from Bolton to Ander?
son on Monday and Friday mornings.
JAMES O. MEREDITH. General Snp't.
Charlotte. Columbia and August a R. R
GENERAL FREIGHT A TICKET OFFICE,
COLVMDIA, 8. O., December 23,1869.
THE following ia tho Passenger Schedule
over this Road:
Leave Augusta, at.4.00 a. m.
Columbia, 8. C., at.. _9.40 a.m.
" Winnsboro, at--- - - -- - -11.40 a. m.
" Chester, at--------- - 1.40 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C.._4.20 p. m.
Making connections with Trains of North
Carolina Road for all points North and East.
Leave Charlotte, N. C.,at.10.30a. m.
" Chester, at-----------1.25 p. m.
" Winnsboro, at-2.67 p. m.
" Columbia, S. C., at.5.07 p.m.
Arrivo at Augusta.9.50 p. m
Making close connections With Trains of
Central and Georgia Railroads fe r Savannah,
and all points in Florida, Macon, Columbus,
Montgomery, Mobilo, New Orleans, Kehna,
Chattanooga, Memphis, Nashville, Louisville,
Cincinnati. St. Louis, all points Sooth and West
Palaco Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
Through Tickets sold, and Baggage checked to
all principal pointa.
JOS- Passengers by this route GOING NORTH
havo choieo of THREE DIFFERENT ROUTES,
Leave Columbia. 6.15 p. m
Arrrive at Augusta. 3.30 a. m
Leave Angosta.?.415 p.m.
Arrive at Columbia.1.30 a.m.
This Train connects with the Georgia day
Passenger Trains at Augusta, and the Green?
ville Road at Colombia, each way.
C. BOTIKNIGHT, Superintendent.
E. B. DORSET, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agt.
Laurens Railroad-New Schedule.
CMBffiMJ MAIL Traine on this Road run to
ljiffi?ytiMii|gEirotnrn same day, to connect with
up and down Trains on Greenville and Colom?
bia Railroad, at Helena; leaving Laurena at 6
A. M., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays*
and leaving Helena at 1.30 P. M. same dava.
Julv 9 J. S. BOWERS Superintendent
Boots, Shoes and Hats for the Million !
AT THE MAMMOTH SHOE HOUSE I
?am, I have just received a very large stock of Ladies', Gent's,
Misses' aud Children's FINE WORK, direct from first flBBf
JgflHyrt'^fe^harjds, and bought at low figures-certainly tho fiuest JBagf
^fflBrBBi-^Sbrougbt to this market since tho war, and in all colors aud *-=~?-3l.
widths and sizes, and the attention of buyers is solicited, as goods will bo marked
down from this date. Jan 1
Call and see for yourselves, at the sign of the Big Boot and Hat, one door North
of Columbia Hotel. A. SMYTHE.
Another Step in Science.-Warranted the Best in the United States.
BOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
FOR SO'S! W YORK Z
The Great Southern Freight and Passenger Line,
VIA CHARLESTON, S. C.
Hates Guaranteed as low as by any Competing Route.
THE SHORT SEA LINE NORTH AND EAST.
BIA ttl NIC INSURANCE:, HALF PER CENT.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED TRI-WEEKLY ROUTE.
The Superior Ocean Side-Wheel Steamships
0HARLE8T0N, 1,200 Tons, JAMES BERRY, Commander.
JAMES AD OER, 1,200 Tons, T. J. LOCKWOOD, Commandor.
JAS. AD G ER & CO., Agents, Adger's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
TENNES9EE, 1,650 Tons, O. CHICHESTER, Commander.
80DTH CAROLINA, 1,650 Tone, SIM. ADKINS, Commander.
WAGNER, HUGER & CO., or
WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves, Charleston, S. C.
MANHATTAN, 1,800 Tons, M. S. WOODHULL, Commander.
CHAMPION, 1,000 TonB, R. W. LOCKWOOD, Commander.
JAS. ADGER & CO., Agents, Adger's Wharf, Charleston. S. C.
These Steamships aro First Class in overy respect, and all under tho command of men of
many years' experience on the Atlantic Coast, and in speed, comfort and elegance of accom?
modations, are unrivalled by any Steamers from thc South. Ibeir tables are supplied with
all of tho delicacies of tho Now York and Charleston Markets.
Through Passage Tickets and Bills of Lading
May be obtained at all of tho Railroad Ticltot and Freight Offioos in connection
with thia favorite route, in South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama,
Tennossee 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 Charleston.
ay Merchants, ordering their Spring Gooda, will find an important saving of timo by
directing them shipped via Charleston, 8. C.
SS* State-rooms m&y be secured in advance, without extra charge, by addressing the
Agents of either Steamship Lino, at Charleston.
B. B. HASELL, General Agent
Of Hie Groat Southern Freight Lino, 40 and 42 Broadway, Now York.
HENRY R. MORGAN & Ci/., Agents
March 1 3mo Of Stemahip Lines, 26 Broadway, New York.
PREPARED BY'TVALK?R) EVANS ^
' ' BNCO?JKAGHJ HOM!
THE OLD CARO
A SOUTHERN ?
AND a moat valuable and reliable Tonio, eqa
kot, and at mach loss price. Cures Dyspo
without doubt tho best Tonie Bitters in use. F
SCHEDULE OF PRICES OF T]
1 doz. and less than 12 doz.$8.00 per doz.
60 doz. and upwards.$7.00 per doz.
Proprietors and Mannfaetorers
And direot importers o
Aug 1 ly
-w* -A. 1
MINING- & MANI
Factory East ond Iluael street. Minos on j
For sale by
An a 1 ly W. C. DUB
A. C. KAUFMAN,
No. 25 Broad sirccet. Charleston. S. C.
SOUTHEBN STOCKS, BONDS, COUPONS
and Uncurrent Bank Notes bought and
sold on commission.
AIBO, Gold and Silver Coin.
Orders solicited and promptly attended to.
Prices current issued weekly and forwarded
gratuitously on application aa above.
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
Nos. 10,12, ll Vendue Range, Charleston, S. C.
WHOLESALE Dealers in all kinds ot
HidoB, Wool, Skins, Furs, Ao. Have con?
stantly on hand a largo aaaortment of Hides
and Skins. Tanners will do wcU to oaU upon
us before purchasing.
MOHKH OOI.DSMlTn. A DU A H" A M A. OOLDSTTITH.
HENRY BISCHOFF & 00.,
AND Dealers in Wines, Liquors, 8e
8ara, Tobacco, Ac, 197 East Bav,
harleeton, 8. C. H. BISCHOFF/
Ang 1 ly_J. H. PIE PE it.
D.F. FLEMING & Co.
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOT'S, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
No. 2 Hayno street, corner
CHARLESTON, S. C.
D. F. FLEMING,
SAM'L A. NELSON,
AUK 1 ly JAME3 M. WILSON.
Mills House, Charleston, S. C.
THIS elegant and commodious HOUSE hav?
ing been renovated and nowly furnished
throughout, is second to none iu the South.
Nov 13 J. PARKEB. Proprietor.
The Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phos
HAVING completed their extensive Manr
Fertilizers, no othor kinds being availal
Thip Company, under the direction entirely
ducementa which will recommend it to Soi
largest and most complete in the United Sta
abundant supply of the proper solvent for the
are near by. From these Phosphates they ?
in soluble Phosphate than those made from rt
quantity of 8uper-Phoapbate of Lime found in
salo, the rates at which we offer them being n
tilizers, while tho Manurea contain twice as rx
cheaper to the consumer. They are offered o
that the material In each will correspond to til
ETIWAN, No. 1.-Soluble PhoBphate, contai
Pure Soluble Phosphate of Lime, and fnrnislu
ETIWAN, No. 2.-Peruvian Super-Phosphat
Soluble Phosphate, and two to four per cent, i
proved acceptances, bearing interest, or such
agents Orders to bo forwarded immediately
and after 1st January next.
G. G. MKMMINOKE, President.
49" The Fertilizers of this Company will bo
Agents for Exton1 s 1'remium Trenton Crackers.
W. H. CHAFEE & CO.,
S207 East Bay, Charleston, 8. C.
Agents for P. BaBantine Sc Sons'
WM. H. CHAFEE. _ TH OS. 8. O'BRIEN.
E. li. STODDARD. CALEB VBONEBBBOEB.
E. B. STODDARD & CO.,
^T\. WHOLESALE DEALEB8 ir.
Boots. Shoos and Trunks, al
"B*b~^sl?^Manuiacturors' prieea, 105 Meet?
ing street, nearly opposite Charleston Hoted
Charleston, 8. C._Aug 1 ly
EDWIN BATES & CO.,
Wholesale Dealore in
O X. O T "BE I KT a
122 and 124 Meoting streot,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
GEO. C. KELMAN,
Aug 1 Iv THON. R MoOAHAN.
CHARLES KERRISON, Jr.
DEALER in Hardware,Cutlery,
Guns, Agricultural Implements,
?Ac, 219 King -street., Charleston,
S.O. An assortment of llousc-keoping Hard
ward nu hand. Aug 1 ly
Show Cases ! Show Oases 1
W. H. COHIE'S LATEST PATENT.
At Now York Raton.
Constantly on hand and made to order.
TOYS! TRIMMINGS ll FANCY GOODS ll!
MUSICAL Instrumenta, Stationery
Base Balls, Fire-works, Ao. Stamping
(Embroidery and Braiding neatly oxo
culed, from "atest deaigns. at
Vd. MoI.EAN'S. 433 King St.,
Aug Charleston, 8. C.
COGSWELL, ADVERTISING. AGEN?X.
_ul--?-? B '-M; ? " i ? ? ? V- i
0 MA?tUE'AC'rvttEH. tu tx<.:.
al, ir not superior, to ?ny Bitters in tho mar
pata. LOBB of Appetite, Chili? abd Feyer, ked ia
or sale by Druggists and Oroeera evorywboro.
BE OLD CAROLINA BITTERS,
: NET CASH.
12 doz. and losa than CO dos._$7.60 per doru
[, WTNEMAN & CO.,
of the Celebrated Carolina Bitters,,
f choice European Drugs and Chemicals,
No. 23 Hayne Btreet, Charleston, H. C.
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TON, S. C.
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ly RIVER BONE PHOSPHATE,
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COPELAND ii BEABDEN, Colombia.
:E8 & CO., General Agents, Charleston,-8. O.
1 FOR PALATKA, FLORIDA,
Via Savannah, Fernandina, Jacksonville and
Landings on (he St. John's River. . .
THE elegant and first class
.8teamer DICTATOR, Capt. W.
B^T. McNclty, will leave Charleston,
. for abovo places, ovory TUESDAY
EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
Tho elegant and first clans Steamer CITY
POINT, Capt. George E. McMillan, will leave
Charleston ovory FBIDAY EVENING, at 8
o'clock, for abovo places.
Through Tickots to bo had at railroad of?
No extra charge for Meals and State Booms.
For freight or passage apply to
J. D. AIKEN & CO., AgcntB,
South AtlRntic Wharf. Charleston. 8. C.
HENRY COBLA & CO.,
2C Vendue Bange,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
ZOGBAUM, YOUNG & CO.,
IMPORTERS and Dealers in
Musical Instruments. Strings.
IJ Ac., ?co. Agents of Steinway A,
Son's and J. B. Dunham's Pianos, Cai hart St
Needham's Molodeons, Tilton's Patent Gnitar.
191 King Strcot, Charleston, 8. C.
FERDINAND ZOGBAUM. New York; HEN?
RY YOUNG, C. L. McOLENAHAN, Charlea
? C._Ang 1 ly
La Valentina Segar Factory,
No. 118 East Bay Slreeti
HAVE for Bale the choicest branda of Pure
Havana Segars. Also, good domestic
Sugars, at low prices.
ALFRED A. BABBOT, Agent,
Aug 1 ly Charleston, S. C.
phate Company, of Charleston, S. C.,
[factory, aro now prepared to fnrnieh Soluble
do to planters for immediato returns tor their
of Southern men of high character, offers in
ltborn planters. Their works are among the
.tee. and enable them to prepare at home an
South Carolina native Bone Phosphates which
proposo to manufacture a Fertilizer even richer
kw bones, and containing more than twice the
the best average Manures heretofore offered for
o higher than the average price of other Fer
luch fertilizing mateiiai; they are in fact much
n tho n aiket in two forms, with a guarantee
Dining from eighteen to twenty-five per cent, of
:d at sixty dollars per ton.
e, containing from sixteen to twenty por cent, of
if Ammonia, at seventy dollars p? r ton; for an?
other security as may be accoptablo to the ano?
to the Agents, aud delivery made as directed on
WM. C. BEE St CO., Agents.
brandod ETIWAN, No. 1, and ETIWAN, No. 2
A Useinl Invention.
HOUSE-KEEPERS who do their own cook?
ing with Kerosene or Oas Stoves, have
heretofore felt tho want of. a perfect Baking
DUVAL'S PATENT BAKER,
Attached to their Stoves, will bako Bread. Bis?
cuit, Pies, Sic, and roast Poultry. Beef, Pota?
toes, Ac., to perfection. A fu'l supply of
Keroseno and Gas Stoves, of the beat kinda,
together wilb Utensils for every pnrpOBe, for
sale, at wholesale and retail, by
J. B. DUVAL & SONS,
Charleston, H. C., Agents for Patentees.
Aug 1 ly
Eason Iron Works,*'
CHARLESTON, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES, Machinery
J. M. EASON A BBO.
Moses Goldsmith & Son,
Nos. 1,0 and 8, Vendue Range, Cliarleston, 8. O.
WHOLESALE Dealers in Iron, Metals,
Bag?, and all kinds or Paper Stock.
Highest rash prices paid for tho above.
HOKES OOI.nSMITH._ ABRAHAM A. OOLDSMITH.
TH08. J. KEHR. HE1IMAHN IHH.WINKI.E.
T. J. KERR &00.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Kerr's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
WILL attend to tho eales of all kinda ol
Produce and Purchase of Merchandize.
Dealers in No. 1 Peruvian Guano and other
Fi-rliiizers._ Aug 1 ly
Charleston Dental Depot,
275 KING STREET.
QIOLD and Tin Foil, Amalgam Mineral
Teeth, Steel Gooda, and every article used by
tho Dentist. Ang 1 ly
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL,
STATIONEBB and Printers, and dealers in
Printers' Materials. Broad street, Charles?
ton, R. C. Aug 1 ly