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O tarsahas, flee ?wt to ray cheek; .
?tettSe eree, be clea* exd gay ;
OUn. oo warmer language speak
-TO him than rta pie yes and nay;
O kstutl ta thy most deep lecesa,
Be sorely, sorely hld away
Vats secret, that he may not gneis.
They call me beautiful: alas!
By htm uncared for. what care I *
OBOS 1 anett down and kissed the grass
- Hil foot hui premed lu patting by,
A little common buttercup
Hut he had crashed, and left to die,
Still for his sake I trewrur? up
, O Under Father ! is it Mn
Io lore thy noblest creatures thus,
Although no an?? erlog love we win ?
? Azt Thou net ever leading us T
And hast Thou sent th's love to me,
1 To calm my heart turaultous,
And guide me, through my grief, te Thee f
0 let me love him to the end
af oat purely; and perchance some day
He'll take my hand and can me friend,
Wheo taste ?br love is pured away;
"When asea that shiae when ho is near
Are dim ; when golden lo les ara gray;
And Death, the angel, draweth near.
PORT ROYAL RAILROAD COM'
An Intrrcati??; ?nd Important Moating.
1 ' ~ .. *
We take from the Augusta Constitutionalist
the following lively account of the meeting of
the stockholders of the Fort Boyal Railroad
Company, held two weeks agd tn Beaufort :
- The meeting was held in a dilapidated Moth
?difit chapel. There was wbat is known as a
.'high old time" at thia convocation. The
battle rojal seemed to be between the con tr act
am and those of the stockholders who had mo
m*?Ji%m? the land that fronted the most eligi?
ste waler coora os for the termini of the road.
A horrible suspicion had sensed upon the Dean
fort stockholders, and they trembled*lest the
Mfl should terminate at what it known as
foot Point, and leave their lauda and their
form in the lurch. ,8o blinded were tbey with
this idea that not the charter itself, which
preranted lt, nor yet the fut that it would
eauae the road to make an absurd and expen?
sive deflection ot twenty miles, could convince
.hen to the contrary. Impelled by such a
. anapiolon^ there were some racy developments
11 to land monopoly. The sharpshooting
between the -Beaufortitee and the chief con?
tractor. Mr. Flannagan, was something ter?
rific. By some Bismarck ian diplomacy, the
eon tractor seemed to know the w?y into^very
bodys Blue Beard chamber - of the heart.
Boam of bia. retorts were as telling aa un ex-,
pected; some were surgical and others were
aa good as opera bonffe. In mercy we refrain
frota parts^roiars- suffice it, - that no end of
Jt9?04 linon waswSbrought to the public wash
tah on that occasion, the trial of strength
eam? offwheo a vote, by stock, was taken on a
saltton that looked to an aSjqurnrnaftrt without
an electioo oloffxoanu A sharity of the eteca
?. hilders vrtxStb were tjfriU-of the future
newer of ?lb*.- coutraotora, wbo as the
wort gradWv progresses," would gradually
eontro) the stock; : Bene* they wanted to
sheck thia move .are keeping in position
their old dhoctory. ""JW vote- ww taken and
the ooo tractors lost the day. At this point, the
afternoon session terminated. Then that crest
American potentate, King Caucus, began his j
reif a, preliminary to the night assemblage.
The night session came and Caucas performed
ysjjjrjrttntj The voice of the Georgia Railroad
was omnipotents od when it satis h ed Beaufort
that Foot Point waa not to be thought of. Beau?
fort surrendered the hatchet and agreed to ad?
journ sine die. When the next meeting takes,
saaeeenough of the road will be completed to
give high contracting parties virtual control of
the stock. If matters progress as anticipated
' ""there will be anew abffloe and a new deal. Two
?sufreotprs wtfl be chosen from the Georgia
Bailroad and two' from tbe Savannah and
Cbarieaton Road. Speculation IB rife aa to tho
.naatV^areaidenoy, as to the oboioe orro?TeB and
aa to the exact locality of a Southern deep?
water terminus. We think we know the coming
raab; bat un cannot tell all the world and hu
wife. Ko one can yet design tte the precise
hoe of road. It will, at this end, pass through
somebody's land in Beech Island, bat will prob?
ably not wriggle over everybody's plantation.
We artyjf opinion thst the Southern terminus
will be where cert ?in anxious parties least sua
peet, as Hr. Flannigan is somewhat myste?
riously inclined, like Stonewall Jackson, and
may go to other placee than those he was most
aUppy to praise tod most sedulous in inspects
hag. More than thin we do not Tentare to say,
forjre dislike. false prophecies and lore to be
.?seistbf wise. The- momentous fact remains
' that ' the road wJl be promptly built and that
Augusta w?l hare another magnificent outlet to
the ism. Already the work has been begun, and
there ii rap ney behind to posh it forward.
First-class ocean steam era may, some th LD g like
a yearheooe, sound their steam whistles in the
hearing ca* the sea lalands, and the iron horse
wtli ptange-hke a thunderbolt from the waters
bf Port Royal to the fertile landa thai compass
ns about, bringing and bearing t?bete, and
V prosperity, and a new ?rar of -progress. We
r?iooid not hs awjrprh*ed if Jk? day were not
. f?j remote when the Georgia and Port Royal
Hoads will become a unit, and ander one preef
""Meat and one directory reach forth to the
gradara* of St. Loma, by close alliances, and
' -without breaking balk on land, send forth the
narveata of the Northwest to, Jae poajtsof
'Europe. Te Colonel George P. Elliott the in
' a-iguratiunof this gTeat enterpriae ie due. As
early, wo think, as 1842, he succeeded in a tart?
ing the MIL It rolled slowly for many years,
but ba a ti II lives, hale and enthusiastic, to see
it rftaxfihing on. Mr. Millett, his, with greater
personal incentives, the credit of reviving tbs
enterprise when it dropped. It baa passed
now, let os trust, beyond that possibility of
any future failure.
.at TEARFUL COLLIERY ACCIDENT,
- Sxptoetoa of sa Mitte tm Haiony-Ovtr
POur Hnraadrsd Lires Lest.
A letter dated Dresden, Saxony, August 5,
>* Early OB Monday morning last, intelligence
5 wa? received here that at a short distance from
this city, upwards of four hundred men had
fallen victims to a terrible colliery accident.
At first it was hoped that the numbers were
- sonsiderably exaggerated, but it is non- nearly
oexanitv that the figures will prove even greater,
. 420 or more being absent from the roll-call on
Tho following "are the details at exact aa it is
; possible to arrive at them during the conster
" 'hatfcm caused by this sad calamity. On Mon
2 day morning, at 5 o'clock, a sbocj^like that of
, an earthquake alarmen the neighborhood of
Fotschappel, a pretty little sillage somewhat
watafamhtlng Matlock, in Derbyshire, situate
about fixe miles from here among the bille be?
yond Planen, and it was immediately surmised
that an explosion had occurred in one of the
great mines belonging to Baron Burg. Two
men were blown out of tbe shaft by the force ol
the explosion, bat in snob fragments as to be
,. altogether unrecognizable. The gas ignited
the ooalj and for some hours the pit was in
. Jaunes. .Up. to Tuesday night only fifteen
bodies were recovered. 8ome were burnt to
I ?nders, others singed black with the explodion,
the scene around Oeing past description. The
.. crowds of poor women, some of them having
fr. lott three or four of their family, standing in
tbs wildest grief round the pit, hoping against
- hope that their loved ones might still be res
-- "Wed alive, the heart-breaking- sobs of the
- children, and the sterner grief of the men,
mads the scene agonizing in the extreme.
On Wednesday morning I went to the spot
and foundthat altogether fifty bodies bad been
recovered and were placed ina neighboring
Shed for recognition. En route thither 1 met
cart after cart carrying away one or two coffins
and two large vans loaded with emptv shells
Xor tho reception of tbe.bodies as they were
Dronght to bank. 1 saw altogether thirty
eprpsM, and their state defies description.
Here a long aha peleas black mass, which the
miners told you waa- ons of their comrades
. hat in which it was difficult to recognize tbe
slightest likeness to hmnanity-here one had
his bead blown off, there one bis arm; one lay
on bis bed of leaves, with his face split open
another as though much braised hy the coal
failing on hin. Tbe sad work of recognition
was proceed sd with with as much dispatch as
possible, and the bodies were then placed in
their shells and their names written on the lid
in chalk. A shriek in yon corner would tell ot
a mother recognising her son, or a wife her
husband, lying among the long row of unsight?
ly ecrpsee, while the plaintive wail throughout
told of a far wider spread grief.
, I.oowyataed with one of the miners who had
"'?*?*f2m* op' **nd fie 8?id ^ ?4bor of recovery
??.?fe very slow (about one body every three
?n^}^?wde8 ?' the mine had fallen io,
esnis^S?al?.^? the coal a way. Inmost
?th; V?SL Uod tbfltme.D lymg under tbe sides
sn ?e Bins, some buried in coal, others on
?whom the coal bad falleo and then burnt up.
One was found near the month of the farthest
shaft, hardly injured at all 'and, as he lay in
the abed, hef -raed a striking contrast to his
companions, being extremely white and well
dressed. The appearance of the few rec jvered
seems to indicate that most of them most
have been kilted from suffocation, being much
swollen in the face.
Among the many distressing cases one hears
of, one alone I will mention, that of a poor girl
travelling in the same carriage with a frieml of
mine, who had lost her father, two brothers
and a step-brother, ber whole family being
swept off in one day.
THE NATIONALLABOE CONVENTION.
The convention met as nsnal on Saturday
I and transacted the following business before
the adjournment sine die:
A resolution was adopted to appoint a special
committee to organize the colored working
men of Pennsylvania in o labor unions, with
instructions to report their progress to the
president of the International Labor Congress.
A resolution was also agreed to directing the
president to issue a call for a contribution of
rive cents per member, to pay. the president's
salary and to defray snob expenses as may be
connected with the office.
The Committee on Ob-operation reported
resolutions recommending to the workingmen
and women of the conn try the imperative ne?
cessity of immediately entering into coopera?
tion in the different branches of industry.
Agreed to. a
Hr. Cameron, of Illinois, offered a series of
resolutions opposing fhe importation of a ser?
vile race for the purpose of pauperizing the
labor of the American workingmen; demand?
ing the abolition of the system of contract la?
bor in prisons and penitentiaries; demanding
the rigid enforcement of the law of Congress
of 1862, prohibiting coolie importation, and
suggesting a ref or .n in the manner of erect?
ing tenement houses. The resolutions were
An election was held for officers of the Con?
gress for- the ensuing year, with the following
result: Pr?sident, Bienard Trevelhok^r Michi?
gan; first vice-president, A. P. Caris, of Wash?
ing ton; second vice-president, Colonel Koh'n,
of New York; secretary. H. J. Walls, of Phila?
delphia; treasurer, A. W. Phelps, of Connec?
William J. McCarty, bf Pennsylvania, offered
the Tullo wing, which was agreed to:
Resolved, Th at a committee of, one from each
State be appointed to wait noon the L?gisla?
tures of the several States, recommending the
repeal of all laws injurious to the working
classes of the respective States, and etch com?
mittee report to the next general congress
L what are the most obnoxious laws in their re?
spective States. - '
*Mr.. A. C. Cameron, of Illinois, and Mr.
Looker,'<<f New. York, were elected delegates to
represent the workingmen of this country in
the' Workingmen s International Convention,
to m?et in S wi teer land.
Cincinnati ?as chosen, as the place for the
meeting ft the cert congress. After the.pas
sagfc of r?solutions or /barks to the officers of
the congress and the members of tbe press,
the congress adjourned. '*
HJ.BVA.Ep ABD OXFORD. ?
Anangenaenta for Keeping the Course
' . tie ar
[From the London Daily Rewt, .August 9.]
The arrangements of the conserva tors of the
ri ver and the police authorities for keeping the
connie olear, and preventing either intentional
or accdeutal interference with the contending .
boats are, if possible, more complete than 'they
were at the last Oxford and Cambridge contest.
.The traffic of/he river ie to be stopped, as be?
tween Putney Bridge and Mortlake, from two
hours before until after tbe race. No steamers
1 or other craft will be alloved to ply within thc
prohibited hours within those points, or will
steamers or private boats be allowed to accom?
pany the race. In short, if the regulations
which bave been described to ns are carried
ont, anything like impediment or fool play will
be irncoesible. Bot it ia clearly necessary that
at least seven days' notice should be given to
those who are engaged in up-river traffic of the
day and hour when these restrictions are to
come in force, or very serious inconvenience to
trade or pecuniary loss ta individual traders
would be Lhe result. Tbe Harvard crew will
probably make their first trial of speed over
the entire course eiriv this wena, tefore tho.
lora men arrive, and as the latter, anxious
to affora everv courtesy and facility to their
opponents, will make their trials publicly, the
Americans will be in a position to estimate for
themselves their chances of success.
Tn? Practice of the Harvard Crew
[From the London Bereit*, August 10 ]
For tho first time, the new ship built by
Salter had a g3od trial on the tide-way, sod
though the wind was far from giving, them an
easy row, she acquitted herself well, and they
went ont for their usual morning row np to
Hammersmith, going off from the boat houses
at a killing stroke against the ebb, which they
found ont so by the Dung Wharf, where they
had an easy and then, at a slightly reduced rate
of stroke, they went up to the Suspension
Bridge, when they turned and came down
at thirty-nine the whole way. The new
bow, Li m kn, appeared better in tho
?eat than bis ?predecessor; he has,
however, a bid finish, and is buddied up
over bis oar hko Bass used to be. but bis reach
forward is good, and Fay, at number two,
cannot be found fault with en that ac?
count, as begets better forward than any of
the others. The new boat is not altered for
stroke on the bow side, as it was reported she
would be, a^d Loring accommodates himself
to thaobange of sides ' without the least diffi
tuity. . arm nions, M three, doers' not seem so
at borne on the bow side, and he slips his oar
in his hands, so that it will not take much of a
wave to knock it oat. The time is not yet
good. Both the new men are rather too quick
forward for the others; bat, considering that
this was their first row together, they weat
remarkably well. In the afternoon they
again went oat, bat this time they tam?
ed down, stream, and went below Putney
Bridge without an easy. to Wandsworth,
where they turned aroona inshore, and after a
bneiareet. returned at a stroke of thirty-seven
per m?nate against the ebb to the boat-nonie,
which they passed and went on to tbe point,
and then down again tnt, jost io time to es?
cape a heavy shower. This amount of work
does not take with the generality of oarsmen
wbo watch their doings, and considering that
: they have been but twice over tbe course, it ;
wiU occasion no little surprise on the day of '
the race if they can keep their wind and '
[ strength at forty strokes per minute over the
whole conrse. There is no doubt that the Ox?
onians will be able to do forty the whole four
and a quarter m il ea ..and. perbapa a few odd,
: ones for a sport eveiy now and then. It will take :
Borne time to get t he.ne w bauds into trim after
a long sea voyage, and it seems rather unlucky i
that jost as the four were getting into train?
ing trim again they abonld have to intro
dnootwo new hands. So betting ia doing
about the race, and anti] the Oxonia** appear,
so that the metallicitns ctn form an opinion,
about the two crewe when seen together, there
is little obanoe of the Oxford and Harvard raee '
being quoted. Tbe diet of tbe respective crews
is strangely different. The Oxonians go io tor
tho regular beef, motton, chickens, ?c., in j
every shape, with the usual array of vegeta?
bles, while beer, claret and port represent the
liquor at dinner; their opponents, however,
keep more of food of their own clime. Milk
njt the London compound it is to be hope??
is the staple liquid; fruit enters largely into
the dieting, a tuf ri oe ar-d eggs run a close race
with vegetables, bud meat for the daily piece de
resistance. This range of food would be more
suited for tho work in hot chm a tee. where light
and bulky fiod takes the place of the denser
meat of the colder climates. In whatever form
or quantity their dietary is arranged, they
thrive well on it, and it would be difficult to
find a more healthy-looking quartzite. We
generally overwork oar amateurs in all their
varieties of athleticism, and though we find
that for one or two races they can keep in form,
they soon get stale and falloff in pace and
strength; for a long race it is better to row a
man too fat than too thin. He may feel his
obesity in the way the first mile, but atter that,
if of good constitution, be will recover and last
tbe distance. The overtrained and thin man
goes off at first well; bnt he gradually gets
weaker, and for a sport is useless. Whether
the Harvard men tre undertrained and fat
m a in s to be seen. The practice and diet would
suggest such a result. It rests with their
trainer where to draw a nice line, and bring
them to the post fit bat still robust.
yyix.t.18 d? cmsoiiJi,
FACTOhS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, BALI ABB
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestlo Ports) el
COTTON, BICE, LUMBBB AND NAVAL STORES.
- "",",ATLAJfri0 WHARF. Charleaton, 8. O.
* T5*J5i.A. B. CHI60LM
\J IM. CW I V i-? WAU .1 V< n l/i?iu a.
PHILADFLPHIA-Ptr sehr B N Hawkins-416 tons
Cnarieaton Cotton, Kio? and Naval
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY. NEWS. ?
CHARLESTON, Tuesday Evening, August 24. )
corrow.-Prices Rhow less firmness, with a gene?
ral tendency of the market In mirers' favor. Balee
18 bales, ot which 10 were new cotton. The sales of ]
old were: ? st 29; 5 at 90; 1 at 81; of new: 4 at 31#;
1 at 3IK; 1 at 82)4; 2 at 82}?; 1 at 83, and 1 at 34 cts.
We quote, nominally:
Ordinary to good ordinary.28 @30
Low middling.81 @
By New York claaadflcetion we quote :
Bicx -There ia but little of thia grain on the mar?
ket, and the smaU supplies were held firmly, hut
there wei? no tales. We quote nominally, common
to fair eleen Carolina at 8Q8X; good BtfgSJfc
Naval. 6ronna.-The sales were 88 bbl*, spirits of |
turpentine, in conn try packages, at 38c ; 94 bbl s. ex?
tra No. 1 rosin at 83 SO 9 bbl.; 40 obis. No. 1 do. at |
$825; 17 do. at $3; 10 bbl e. low No. 1 at $2 75 ; 87
obie, low Na 1 at $2 60; 27 bole, low No. 1 at S2@
2 28; 15 bbls. dull and opaque at $2; and 192 bbl ?J.
No. 2 at $1 76@180.
Markets tty Telegraph.
LONDON, August 24-Noon.-Consols 98J?. Bonds
8i>;. Sugar firm, both on the spot and aflaat
Aiterneon.-Consols 93tf. Bonds 84J?
LIVERPOOL, August 24-Noon.-Cotton quiet;
uplands 13??; Orleans 14d; sales 8000 bales. Bread
Aitemoo?-?-Cotton a shade easier. Bed wheat 9s
lld. Flour 25s. Fork 105a, Laid quiet Bacon
66a. Tallow 47s 3d. Yarns and fabrica at Manches?
ter quiet but firm.
Evening.-?oiton dull; uplands 13^d; Orleans
lSXaltd; salea 8000 bales, whereof 2000 bales were
for specu'ation and export. Ccxnmon rosin 5s.
DOMESTIC MAE KITS. _^
Nsw YOBS, August 24-Noon.-Storks unset?
tled'. Money firm at 7c. Sterling, long 9*; (hort
TO. Oold32K> Cotton quiet at 35c. I turpentine
42c. Botin firm.
Evening.-Cotton without decided change; sales
600 baleaat 85c. flour cull; superfine 85 99a S 60;
Southern common to fair exba $8 G0a6 96. Wheat
heavy; amber Michigan $1 60; goulburn white $1
78. Corn dull; mixed Western at tl Wal 13 Meta
pork heavy at ?88. Lard declining at 19&C Wnis
key unchanged. Bice firm. Sugar firm. Coffee
quiet Molestas dull. Turpentine 42a4?J?c. Bo
sin 82 3du8. Fre'gbta steady. Govert mente cloted
steady. '62'e 27%. Southerns dull. Money, offer?
ings libera), closing at 6a7c,with exceptions at 6c
Sterling dull at 9.KaS)?. Poid act?o and strong,
cloelng at 83, th'er highest price of the day. Stocka
fluctuating and excited, closing weak.
BALTIMORE, Augutt 24.-Cotton quiet at 34i,a
35c Flour duU; super Cae City $6 50a7; Western
Pl6 26a6 59. Wheat very dull md heavy; prime to
choice red $140al 60. Corn finn,*-*h te SI l Eal IC ;
yellow 81 14. Oatt dull^at o8a66c. aleas pork quiet
at 834. 6houldere 16,'4\\ Whiskey quiet at 8125.
CINCINNATI. August 24.-Whiskey quiet at $1
20. Provisions quiet and firm, with but little de?
mand. Mess pork held at 833 60. Bacon, ahculders
l6,S'c ; clear sides 19c. Lard dull, with no rcqutry..
LOUISVILLE, August 24 -Provisions firm. . Mess
pork (34a34 50. Baron, shoulders, cb o ce lOTfc
citar tides 19\a20. Lard 20c Whiskey $120a 1 21
WILMINGTON, August24.-Spirits turpentinequiet* I
at S8c. Rosin steady nt $1 60-4. Crude turpentine [
unchanged. Tar advanced 10c: 82 40. Two bales
of new cotton were received classed middling and
told at 35c'
ADO CST A, August 19.-Cotton, u.ark<t easier;
tales 30 bales; receipts I bale; middling nominal*
SAVANNAH. August 24.-Cotton, receipts 38 bales.
MOBILE, Auajast 24.-Nothing doing IQ cotton;
receipts abalee; etnoris 12 balee._
Baw OBLE ANS, AURUST2* - w>iton,"s51?s 95 bales;
m kid im? nominally 82c; receipts 118 bales. Sugar |
inactive; common lloJ2c; primo ltXalt^c Mo?
lasses, reboiled 60a70c. Qo'd 32%. New York sight
WILMINGTON, August 23.-1 unprKTTNE-Only
50 bbls rec-ired, wbloh went at 83 for virgin and
82 60 for \ cliow dip 93 280 lbs.
- narra T a WENTINE-salea to day of 626 bbls at
38c 9 galton.
Roan?-Sales of 186 bbl8 at 81 60 for strained,
83 40. SS SSai 3 76 tor > o 1, and 84 lor pale.
TAB-Only 14 bbls received and told at $2 3) $
Fer steamship Manhattan, from New York-faa
Davidson, T A Jeffers, firs Pis. r, Misa Piter. S New
bold, wife ead two children, John T Thomas. J W
Montgomery. O T Keeker, E Carrol). 3 Badden and
wife, M H Rodgers, HUH Oppenheim. J K Davie, J
K Davit, Jr, J B P Bavenel. L O Northrop, T Mant
gamer>, S B Davis G W Roberts, AFC Cramer, PP
Locke, Miss Ann Bilroy, J A Cochran, C W sharpe
and wite> O A Lombard and wile, J W Pickering,
Capt Wm Provis, Jaa Crain. EP Smith, B I hoaali.
ton, J L Bartlett, Jr, C M Bailey, and 8 deck.
Port ot Criarlestorx, August 25.
FRA KN or TUE MOON.
New Moon, 7th, 4 honra, 46 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 14th, 7.hour, 19 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, 21st, ll boura, 3 minutes, cv eui np.
Last Quarter. 30th. 2-u.ours, 38 minutes, morning.
BIKES. I SETS.
23 Monday...., 5..29 , 6..34 | <\..44
24 Tuesday.... 6. 30 C..3:1 8..16
'25! Wednesday. I 5..31 | 6..32 8. .44
26 Thursday...; 5..cl 1 6..31 ?..16
27 Friday. 5..32 I 6..80 9..48
28 Saturday... 6..33 ff.,28 10..24
29 Sunday.| 5..33 I G..27 IL. 1
Steamahlp J W Everman, Hinckley, Philadelphia
left- mst. Mdse. To Jno A Theo Getty and other?.
Consignees previously reported.
Steamahlp Manhattan, Woodhull, New York-left
Saturday, 4:20 P M. Mdse. To James Adger A Co,
J E Adger k Co, J D Aiken A Co, Henry Asher, C
Bart A Co, H Bischoff A Co, T A Beamlab ft Co, W M
Bird ft ?lo, E T Brown, E Bates ft Co, T M Biistoll,
John Commins, Cameron, Barkley ft Co, T M Cater,
E & A P Caldwell, H Cobla ft Co, W S Corwin ft Co,
Crane, BoyUton ft Co Clacius ft Watte, 1 Da rear, K ,
li Dav d, Edgerton ft Richards, A W Eckel ft Co. F j
En tel tuan ,* D F Fleming ft Co. John 8 Fairly ft Co,
I L Falk.ft Co, Furchgott Bros, C D Franke, E H
Gardner, P L Guillemin, J H Graver ft Co, A G Good?
win ft Co, Goodrich, Winemao ft t o, H Gerdts ft Co.
T M Horsey ft Bro, J Hura a cop ft Co, N A Hunt, J
H Hillen. Hart ft Co, J W Harrisson, Hager ft Bav?
enel, C Hickey, Geo H Ingrabam ft ron. Jennings,
'ihcmllnson ft Co, Jase Jara, S Jancovlrh, Jeffords ft
Co, Johnston, Crewe & Co, Kinsman & Bro, Kins*
man ft Bowell, J P Kiep, Breite ft < bapoan, Klinck,
Wickenberg ft Co, H Klaite ft Co, Laurey ft Alexan?
der, D Lopez ft Son, G J Luau. E J Lowish, A II
Lewith, Wm M Lawton, O Litschgi, G I.ogermau, A
Langer, J Marshall, Jr, Mailt r, Ni m it* ft Co, W Hat
tbie-Hen, S K Marshall, J G il i mor ft Co. J Maloney,
W McLean, Mofle-1 A- Wharton, Murphy. I lute &
Co, Marshal) ft Burge, AI antone ft Co, ' P Murk
hardt, i H MsajBW, s A Nelson, Nachmao & Co, J c
Ogerman. J C^frrjen, Ottendorf ft Co, l> O'neill ft
bons. B O'Neill, Order, Palmetto C Association, J S
ft E Pierson. D Paul ft Co, W F Paddon, J R Priogb,
C P Poppeoh- bx, Wm Boach ft Co, Bavenel ft Co,
*Riecke ft Schachte, Bavenel ft Holmes, J B 1'.t, ti C
Railroad Agent, southern Express Co, D salters, W
Semken ft Co, Stenhouse ft < 'o, T Smith. L Schnell,
A O Stone. E B Stoddard ft Co, G W Steffens ft Co, P
Mecklenburg, O Tiedem in, W G Trait, J F Taylor ft
Co, F von Santon, S H Wilson, Walker, Evans ftCog
wel), B White. Geo W Wilhams ft co, J N M Wohit
man, Wai/ner ft Montees. Werner ft Ducker, and
others. Monday, 1.-80 A M, Batieras light bearing
N W, pasxed steamahlp San Salvador, hom Sa<annah
for New York.
Sckr Clara Montgomery, Cole, New York-8 dajs.
Biilroad Iron and Sulphuric Add. To Wm Roach ft
Co, Wando Mining and Manulaeiuring co. and Or?
Sehr Minewa, Ditsoswa?. New Tock-8 days. Hay
and Railroad Iron. To JA Entlow ft Co, and Ord?r.
Steamer Coquette, Boundtree. New Yoik, and last
from Smithville, NC, bound to CedarKevs, ria, and
pat in for fuel.
Behr B N Hawkins, McVey, Philadelphia-W E:ach
Steamer Dictator, McNelty. Palatka via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina, and Savannah.
From this Port.
Steauuhip Saragossa, Ryder, New York, August 22.
Cleared for tb ls Port.
Behr Wenonah, Mitchel), at Baltimore, August 22.
Sbipnewa t> y I e'ctrrapti.
S/VAN NAH, August 24-Arrived, steamships North
Point, Ballimore; Wyoming, Philadelphia, Cleared,
achr Keeling, New York.
WnufDfsxoN, August 2? -Arrived, steamships
Volunteer and W P Clyde, New York, and Gary,
LIST OF VKSSKLS)
OP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR i DM PORT.
The Vinco, BallUay, sailed.JW ?
Bri?eh brig Courier, Evan*, wiled.Jo?T 9
Bark B B Walker. Pettingtll, np.A,lgn8j ?}
Brig M C RoeeveU, Farnsworth, cleared.. .August ll
Brig J A Devereaux, Clark, cid.Aug .tat 18
Brig Cyclcne, Friable, cleared.August ll
Anna E Glover, Tem, up.August 19
Sehr Nancy Smith, Boyd, up. August 16
Sehr Geordie, Swan, cleared.August 1*
Schi Lilly, Hughes, cleared.August la
Bark BOW Dodge, Munro, cleared.Augu,t 13
Sehr Virginia Pare, Johnaon, up.August 14
Behr Wenonah, Mitchell, cleared.August 14
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most d?sirable for quality,
finish and price. :
Cannot be Sledged !
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN ? CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers)
T? . . i ( 265 Broadway, New York.
Pnnapal . m Bt * Plli]gL
Warehouse* j 10Q Bapk cievelartd.O
And fty sale by our agents in trat
principal cities throughout the
. United State?
FOR SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO;,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
I'llK BE.V.VEITSVIIJLE JOURNAL,
PUBLI8HED WEEK LY IN BENNE TTSVILLE, 8. C.
WM. LITTLE, Editor aud Proprietor.
TBE JOURNAL. AS AN ADVERTISING ME?
DIUM, offers faalitie? to merchants, machinists. Ac,
that are unsurpassed by any weealy paper lu the
Havhur a large and continually increasing circula?
tion in the .Peedee conn try, business men who wish
to extend their business in (his section cf the Ktate,
will Had lt to their interest to advertise in the Jour?
Bates of advertising very libero 1.
Addreaa WM. LITTLE,
August 24 6_Bennett ?ville, S. C.
rp UK BARNWELL JOURNAI,.
AS THE BUSINESS SEASON APPROACHES,
the unJ?r8l(iEed wculd respectfully cali the attention
of the Merchants ol Charleston to the BA RN Wic LL
JOURNAL.pu'<liehed at Blackville, S. C., a paper of
rapidly Increasing circulation, to be found in net
only every portion of the large and wealthy County
of Barnwell, but at many other counties or the
Slate, aud haas scattering circulation 'rom Connec?
ticut to Californfa. "l he Journal ia always en Ble at
the office of Messrs. WALKER. EVANS A COGS?
WELL, the atenta in Charleston, and business men
wonld do well io call in and lake a look at the paper
before making np their fill advertisements for the
weeklies of the State
Terras moderate, which can bc learned upon ap
pliretlo* to WALKER, EVANS A COGsWELL, or by
addressing the subscriber at either Blackville or
Barnwell. JOHN S. SBUL'K.
fJIHIS BARNWELL SKM'IXEL.
MEB0HANT8. FACTORS AND BUSINESS MEN
will find it to their interest to advertise in the SEN?
TINEL. Ii haa been published in that hvge and pop?
ulous County for seventeen years, and bas a eircnla
?tioa unsurpassed by any country paper lu the State, '
Terme, liberal Address E. A. BRONSON, Pro?
prietor, Blackville, S. C.
Angnat 23 J mo
THE MABI0N CRE3CENT,
MARION, S. C.
PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY
S. E. MeMILLAN, Proprietor,
THE CBESCE.NT, BEING THE PURCHASER
and successor ot inc old district paper, is the oldest
journal in the ea e. em part of the .State.
'the Crescent ia tua ofUcial adviser of Marion
The Crescent haa a largo and growing circulation
among the beat people of the Peedee Country.
lhe Crescent is the beat advertising medium in
Always addresa CRESCENT
August lo Imo Marion, 8...
rpo BUSINKSS U K N .
Th? SUMTER NEWS,
PUBLISHED AI HUMTEE, S. C*.
IS ONE OF THE BEST PAP1T.S IN THE UP?
COUNTRY; baa a Jaree circnlatioL, and affords an
perior advantages aa an adtartisiog medium. Terms
lbw. Addres DARR A OSTEEN,
February 22 Proon??o??
SOUTHERN REAL ESTATE ADVERTISER,
As an advertising mrdfam, offers facilities to Mer?
chants, Dru .'gists, Machi ?lisia, Ac., of extending
their business, unsurpassed by any Southern
Us circulation is fan becoming general. Real
Estate agenta, and parties interested in the purchase
or aale of real estate, will find it to their advantage
lo consult its columna and advertise therein, as we
ire effecting arrangements hy which our paper will
circulate largely among Northern catltallste.
Information tending to the development of our
ntnerai, manufacturing and agricultural resources
Inscriptive ol climate, soil, k :.-solicited and tbank
ully recejved from any section;
Term* cash, $3 a year; a copy gratis to any one
ending air subscribers': a club af ten, $2 CO each.
Jatea of advertising lioeral. Address
W. J. McKEKRALL,
July IC Marion,. S C.
G L O fl I O V S CHANUK .
THAT ANY SICK MAN SURVIVED THE
xeatment of flaty years ajo, mnst be considered a
proof that human beings are very kara to kill.
roe lancet, calomel, cantharldies and drastic pur?
gatives were tben tbe order of tbs day. The phy.
ilcJan played into the hands of the apothecary, and
the unfortunate patient was drenched morning,
noon and night with prostrating medicines. We
Ive in a more rational and conscientious era. Tno?|
mportance of supporting Nature ia Its conflict
with disease ia now understood. Complainte is
themselves weakening are no longer aggravated by
artificial depletion. Ibey are met with TONICS
that rafty ile vital powers and enable them to de
feat the enemy. Chief among these a'lk-a of Nature,
in ita battles with sickness, is
Thia wonderful vegetable restorative ia the sheet
anchor of thc feeble and debilitated. Aa a cordial
for the aged and decrepid it haano equal among
stomachics. Aa a remedy for the nervous weakness
to which tbe tender sex are especially subject, it ia
superseding every other stimulant and nervine.
In all cllmatei, tropical, temperate or frigid, ita octa
as s specific lt> every epecajt of disorder which un?
dermines the bodily strength and breaks down the
animal spirits. Wherever it la introduced it be?
comes a standard article-a medicinal itaplt. Drug?
gists, although their profit upon It ta aniall, find it
absolutely necessary to keep a preparation for which
everybody inquires, and fer which nobody will
accept a Substitute. It ia to-day the moat popular
meJJclnoin tbe civilised world. Extensively aalt
is advertised, its beat alvertisemont is the b?n?ficiai
result which uniformly fellows ila use. Every bottle
sold insures the sale of at least haifa dozen more.
Unlike other stimulants it braces and fortifies the
eyatcm without exciting undue cerebral action.
The cheering effect which it produce) upon the
mind li not momentary, but permanent. lhere ia
no subsequent depression. It does not, aa ia the
case with al other stimuli, beget a craving for er.
citants. Os the other band, it s o bes and calna
the nerves, combining, stranse as the anomily m&j
seem, the qualities of a sedative acd gentle anodyne
with those of a tonic and invigorant. The perfect
purity of all its ingredients, their admirable adap?
tation to the purposes they ore intended to sub?
serve, the judicious proportions m which they are
combined, and the scientific skill with which they
ire blended, render thia famous article at once the
most potent and thc most harmless of all known
ionics and alteratives.
Sold by all Druggists.
IMPORTANT TO CC
. progs, (Remir?is, (Cte.
J l' H E POP!
THE (?LY CERTAIN
RAT DESTROY E* R
B EB U ETI CAL LY i
staled and warranted to
keep fresh for all time
the greatest discovery
af its kind in tb? age we
.ive in. No person need
be troubled witta BATS,
MICE, BED BUGS or I
ROACHE*, for Mr. Isaaeren's destructive remedy ie j
within the reach of all. Prepared only by himself,
Crom rare and valuable compounds, ita cheapness ls
as wonderful as its efficacy. Hundreds of testimo?
nials have been received irom aD parta of the United
This great advantage thia 80BE POP possesses
over all similar preparations ia the FACT that it is
Certain Itt itt Effecte,
and free from the unpleatantceta of rata dying in
their holet, as it causea them to leave the premises
toaeck air, and consumes them to entirely aa to
No Dleafrrecable Odor.
Numbera ot refei enees can be made to
Persons lia thia City,
who have successfully used it
SOLE AGENTS FOB > OD TH CAROLINA,
DOW IE & MOISE,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
Corner Meeting and Hoaei-streets,
April aft_mwf 6mo_Obsrleston, P. g. I
J) I S O 31 ' S
Warranted fo Remore all Desire
* for Tobacco.
lt la Purely Vegetable and contains
The following is one of thousands of testimonials
that are da, y received by the Manufacturer:
Kit EM' uro. VA., November 28.1868.
DEAS FIB-Tho "Tobacco Antidoto" prepared by
you according to the teceipt you have submitted to I
me, and the Ingredienta ot which I have examined,
is purely vegetable, entirely batmlesa, and contains
nothing in the leaat Injurious, lt ia not disagreeable I
to the taste, and aa a home article, I bope you will |
mett witb ready sale for it, and I believe that if tbe
directions are followed, it will do all you risimed for |
it . JOHN DOVE, M. D.
SW Price 60 cents per Box. The usual discount
to the Trade.
49" For sale by
. Dr. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA.
TQ.lt . K I C HA.U'3
GOLDEN ft E M E D I E 8 .
ASE FOB NO OTHER, TAKE NOOTHEB, AND
you will eave timo, bealtn and rooney.
tuto REWARD for any case of disease in any
stage which they fail to cure.
Dr. RK'fl AC'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. 1 cures
Dlcera, Ulcerated Sore Throat and Mouth, Sore
Eyes, Cutaneous or Skin Eruption-, Copp*r Colored
Blotcbet, >oreness of the Scalp, Scrota ia, kc. ; ia tba
greatest Renovator, Alterative and Blood Purifier
known, removes all dieeas.s Irom the system, and
leavestjbe, blood pure and healthy.
Dr.BICBAD'M GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2 cures
Mercurial Affections, Rheumatism in all Hs form?,
whether from mercury or other causes; gives Imm??
diate relief in all cates. No dieting necessary. I
have thousands of Certificates proving the miracu?
lous cures effceteo by these Remedies. Price of
either No. 1 or No. 2, toner uotti;,or two bottles for
Dr BICHAD'? GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safe, s pee- |
dy, pleasant and radical cure l"r all Urinary Da- ?
ragements, accompanied with full directions. Price
S3 per bottle. *
Dr. BfCHAU'8 GOLDEN ELIXIR D'AMODB, a
iad ual cure for Nervous or Gen. ral Debility, in old
or yoong; imparting en?rgv with wonderful effect.
Price 86 per bottle, or two bottles for SS.
On receipt ot price these Remedies will be shipped
to any place. Prompt attention paid to all correa
denta. None genuino without the name of "Dr.
EICHAUS GOLDEN REMEDIES, D'. B. RICHARDS,
Sole Proprietor," blown in glass or bot lea.
Address D. B. RICHARD*.
No. 228 Varick-Btreet, New York
Office Hours from 9 A. M. to 0 P. M.
Circulars sent. ly July 3
rt ?? S ll DRUGS
G KIMA ULT St CO.'S PKHPARATIO.V
IODIZED SYRUP OF HORSE KADISH
VEGETABLE CAPS?LE8 OP MATICO
SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHHE OF LIME
All fresh from Paris, and for sale by
Dr. H. BAER, *
May 8 No. 131 MEETING-STBEET.
PAIKMIfS HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL DISEASES Or TUE
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TEXT ARE RECOMMEND!.!) BT THB
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, NEW TOBE.
C3XKX3? ABS APO TEK ?27,
CHARLESTON", S. C.
WFor Sale by Druggists Ewrywhtrt.^
Febiuaiy 16 mwflyr
THE GEORGIA SAW GIN
FORMERLY. ? CLEMON'S" GIN, OF COLUM?
BUS. GA. ^
Iron Screw Cotton Press;
TSE HOST SIMPLE, DURABLE
ABD EFFECTIVE EVER
For in forma ti on and De scriptive Lists ol in*
j aboTP, apply to
HUGER & RAVENEL,
ft?. Oft East Bay, Charleston, g. c.,
GENERAL AGENTS FOB STATE.
Alto iOENTS POE
FOBTABLE BICE THRESHER?, RICE FAN?.
GRUBT MILLS, Ac ,
Prags, Comical*, ?f.
UK BISHOP PILLI
TUE BISHOP PILLI
THE BISHOP PILLI I
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sugar-Coated.)
"COSTARS" BISHOP PUL,
"Is ef extrsordinsry efficacy for Costiveness, lad*.
geetloB, Dyspepsia, Headache Nervous Debility,.
Liver complaint." "Thebest PILL in the world."
Medial Jeumal, September8.
TB? THEMI "**
T B I T H E Ml
MST AM Druggists in CBABLE8ION s?U (berni ?
?Co? tar's" Ho ach, &?.. Kiter mi's.
"Coftar'a" Bed Bog I Hermina tor?.
"Coatmr'a" (only pure) I nae*? Powdar,
"Only Infallible Beniedies known."
"18 yean est ab lt? ned in New York."
"3000 Boxes and Flask? manufactured daily."
"111 Beware ll I of spurious imitations."
"All Druggists in CB ABLESTON sell them."
For $1, ?2, ti and $6 sizes, Address
No. 13 Hownrd-street, New York.
Sold In CB ABLESTON, 8. C., by
GOODRICH, WIN KHAN di CO.
llarcb 33 DIC 1 yr
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Errungist? Everywoere.
Julv28 . *?"
43 O !
SCROFULA, DYSPEPSIA, LIVER COMPLAINT,
NEK VOWS DEBILITY, RHEUMATISM,
NB UR ALGIA, EIDNfiY AFFECTIONS,
BBUP?JONS OF THE SKIN;
Obstinate or longstanding diseases of the
BLOOD, LTVEB, UKI S AR Y ORGANS, X
NERVOUS SYSTEM, Ac.
It purifies and enriches tbs Blood, eradicates ail
Syphilitic or Scrofulous Taints. Restores the Liver
and Kidneys to a healthy action, sida digestion, reg?
ulates the bowels, sad invigorates the. Nervous Sys?
I ter NOT A SECRET QUACK MEDICINE.-?
FOR M UL V AROUND EACH BOTTLE.
Recommended by the beat Physicians, eminent
Divines, Editors, Druggists, Merchants, Ac. .
ter THE BEST AND MOST POPULAR MEDI?
CINE IN USE.
JUEI>ABED ONLY BX
J. J. LAWRENCE, M. D"
(An experienced and well-known Physician and
Laboratory and Office, No. 6 Main-street,
NOEFOLK. Va. at>
Price One Dollar per bowie.
For sale by
GOODRICH, WINEMAN A C*>, 1
DOWIE A MOISE.
Charleston, 8. C. '
And Druggists everywhere.
July 26_pac _lyr
YOU TA K K.
WHEN YOU ABE EXHAUSTED BT OVEKWOBK
of bead or hand, and feel the need ol something in?
vigorating, don't drink whiskey or any intoxicating
thing, whether under the name of Bitters or other?
wise, fuch articles give junta? much strength lo
your weary body and mind as the whip gives to the
jadetl horse, and no more. Alcoholic stimulants are
injurious to Nerve health, and are ALWAYS followed
by DEPRESSING BEACIION.
Dodd's >i ervine and Invigon?oi'
is a TONIO and GENTLE STIMULANT which la
NOT attended by REACTION. Weat it gains for
you it maintains. When it rt freshes body or mind,
it refreshes with natural strength that comes to stay.
Weare not recommending teetotalism in the interest
of any faction; but long and ex'ended observation
teacbea us that he who resorts to the bottle for rest
or re?u peral ton. will find, as be keeps at it, that he
is kindling a fire in his bones which will consume
like thc flames of perdition. Turn from it. Take a
tonic that will refresh and not destroy. DODD'S
NERVINE ia fer?ale by all Droguista. Price One
Dellar. See Book of Certificates that accompanies
each bottle._7mos_June 26
JUS1 RECEIVED AND FOR HALE
WHOLESALE AND RE1AIL
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
CREAM OF TABTAA
H. BAER, Druggist,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET.