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m--- CHARLESTON, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9, 1871. _ . , ';
My boj and I walked on the beach,
And listened to the treacherous sea:
Tue treacherous sea with double speech
One v :e for him and one fdr me.
One was a siren's, pure and ^ wee-,
Faint as the dip or silver oar;
A murmur rippling to our feet,
.*t*m coming, coming to the shore t"
One was a shadow's, borne away
Half lost amid the or?ate r's roar;
A low, sad vol-e, that seemed ro ray,
"Ob, never, never, nevermore !"
JOTTINGS FROM RICHMOND.
Polities and Things Generally in. tbe
Old Dominion. ? . j
[FROM otra OWN CORRESPONDENT.] '
RTCtafOD, TH7K8DAT, December ?.
- The Legislature met yesterday and organ i
; . zed by .he election of Hanger, o? Augusta, as
.speaker a young man, but with much ?ex?
perience; he will make a good presiding offl
* cer. The old officers of the two houses were
re-elected, and no serious opposition has:yet
manifested Itself to the auditors, treasurers,
<ko. . . , ". i . , .' -
The people made a pretty clean sweeps per* j
haps because the last Assembly was charged j
witt bribery. The Conservative majbrlt*iis^
co large as to be unwieldy. Tiiereure'reaver
negroes than last year. Among the new
members are some men of weight, such as R.
. T. Daniel, of Bichmond, T. J. Kirkpatrick,"of j
Lynchburg, and others.
THE GOVERNOR'S lt KS SA OK I j
le quite lengthy and. able. He makes many
suggestions; among them the aboliilou of the j
second auditor's ornee, the relinquishment of j
mileage. Ac. It ls. desirable to reduce ex?
penses, but these measures, I "rear, will meet
with little favor.
OUR STATE DEBT
amounts in round numbers to $47.000,000, oft
which some twenty-five or more mill loi s lave
been fuuded. You in Carolina are not sa bad
off, after all. West Virginia commissioners
came here some weeks ago to see about ad?
justing West VIrg'nbVs share of the debt. They
were not much lu earnest. Went on* In
huff. People who would cut themselves off |
from the old State are not likely to pay more
than they can help. . . A .
THE BUSH FOE OFFICE
has been violent, but not more ?6' than last
year. Our people are mighty poor. Kx-.sen
ators are applicants for committee clerk sh i pt,
and the sous of dtPtluguISied and once weal?
thy men are eager to be doorkeepers.
RAILROAD WARS j
are almost certain to b? waged again this wiu
>. ter. Good thlogfor the reporten, some of]
whom make twenty-five dollars a day wir Ie
the tight is rairing. Tom Scott, from what I
gather, is unwilling for anybody out himselt to
run any railroads any where tn Virginia.
A. prominent citizen bas lalsed $15,QD0 to
start ar. other dally paper here. ' It ls to be
weddea to no railroad or other corporajtion.
This I learned second-hand, and, oe ihtf pro?
jector is not a very practical man, place uot
mue'- faith in the scheme.
We gave few Hi un ks this year. How could we,
with one eye fixed, on the two Carolinas t The
customhouse, po*toffloe and Radical newspa?
per office were closed-nothing' else. Thank
t he dell and I J. 8. Oran? Not much!
ls pretty well over. Upon the whole, the sea?
son has been more than usually prosperous.
A great deal is being done In tobacco, and
the building, though going on as rapidly as
the weather will permit, ls not equal td the
We have the Formes-Habelmann Troupe
here for ihe week. It ls, In my Judgment, t he
best troupe by odds that we have ever had li
the city. Each night witnesses a marked in?
crease of enthusiasm. The members ot Ute,
company bave mingled socially with our citi?
zens, and have become great lavorites. Space
will not permit me. to discuss lae mei Us of
tbe several artists byname. They will be In
Charleston nert week und vou can Judge for
yourself. I am sore yon will be pleased.
It has been so* cold lor the past three days I
that tb? writer of Uns .letter, though located
wllhlASlx leet of the largest grate la lhe Cit v
i of Richmond, has not been able to keep warm.
Fortunately, we have had no ?now. To-day'
the temperature has risen very perceptibly.
FRANCS AND THE FOPS.
Thier? Iniervicw?d-What Ile think* of
the Situation in Romr and the Hu?
mored Flight ot the Pope.
[Conressondence of the New York World.]
PARIS, November 23.
I have not said a word about the' probable
flight of the Pope to France, because I be?
lieved I had evidence that no such event was
about to take place. How grounded la truth
my opinion waa you may see from the follow?
ing report of a conversation**!** M. Thiers on
this subject. It ls communicated by M. St.
Marc Glrardln to the Journal des Deb?is:
"The Instructions I have given our represen
tatives in Italy lu the (as I think) extremely
Improbable klori of the
Pope's; asking an aajfotata Tran?* are very
slmple^taCFVajry clear*' we express no opin?
ion, no wish, no desire, either one way or j
the other, about the resolution the Pop ?
may think proper to take, dod will en?
lighten his vicar by the voice of ?events
and we shall not mingle with it the voice of
the French Governmem. There wi i ; be on
our side neither insinuation, nor suggestion,
nor discussion. AU we wish the Pope to
know thoroughly 1?, that If he asks asylum
from France ne would be received bene with
the most respectful cordiality, with the sin?
cerest veneration. He would find safety and
defence everywhere. We tell him this In ihe
.. name of. the .government, and wc know wei
speak In the name of France, less some ex?
ceptions who. .supply numbers by noise> The
French Government, France, is Billig thank
God, sufficiently independent at home end
abroad to be able to procure lor the Pope In?
dependence by hospitality. I at this moment,
do not judge what Franco has done lo times
past to procure the Pope's independence bv
protection. I disavow on this subiect noue
of my old opinions; and let the good Pdpe not
dream that the hospitality which ?we do
not offer, him, but which we sin dd give
bim full and unreserved-let the Pope not
dream that this hospitality would oblige
un to the least, exertion or our strength at
home br abroad. No. At home four police?
men would suffice lo marshal in ribbons
those who came to kneel for his benediction.
He would be free, absolutely tree, ireeto owe
us nothing, so free aa io be able to cause us
some petty ecclesiastical embarrassments
easier than If he were in the Vatican. ?He has
but to speak the word and everything* would
be ready to receive him. I at first thought of
offering him Avignon, but the monuments
there retam traditions more than ihe inhabi?
tants do. Therefore T offer him "the Chateau
de Pau, the chateau of the great Klng;(Henry
IV) who became a Catholic. Toe moment he
reaches Clvlta Vecchia he will find our fri?
gate; on lt be would be impregnable. But
once more, I do not believe the Pope thinks
ol' quitting Italy. It Is enough that he knows
that he may come to France if he eo pleases. "
- An ingenious Inventor has lately patented
% ''matine couch and state room" tor the pre?
vention or sea-sickness*. The conch ls con?
structed somewhat In the form of an Inverted
adjusted bell, and ls suspended on oscillating
hangers, so as to keep it always In a horizontal
position, no matter how the vessel may roll.
The state-room ls seven and a half feet in di?
ameter, with seats arranged in circular iorm,
and capable of holding eight or ten persons.
The couch may contain a center table, and
the corners of the room are adapted for want
robes and closet**, one being reserved lor a
washstand. WbeD the occupant of the couch
wishes to recline he eau enlarge the surface,
and so arrange things aa to secure a cozy bed.
SAD ACCIDENT IN S PARI AN BURG.
A'Colored Ma* dratted to Death.
[From the Carolina Spartan ]
On last Monday our citizens were shocked
by a horrid catastrophe, produced by the ail?
ing of the entire brick front of the new store
building which ls in course of construction on
Main street, east of the Courthouse, between
the store ot Messrs. Massie A Smith and the
law office ol Messrs. Evins A Bonier. Edward
Cleveland, a colored man, was crushed to death
beneath the massive heap ol bricks, which fell'
with a terrible crash, shocking to those even
who did not witness the work of death which
lt carried with it. In a lew minutes the brick
were removed from the spot where Cleveland
was seen standing, and his crushed and life?
less body was found among the ruins., A
small negro boy. who was standing In front of
the building miraculously escaped with severe
bir. not serious braises; This boy was stand?
ing where the lacing of one of lue windows <
passed" 'over ' him, his ' body coming In
comae* on\y with .ihe window sash.
Had he t>sen one foot to the right
?or left, he would have shared the awful'
late ot Edward Cleveland. A, gen llama by the
name ot Camp, who waB passing by, heard
the cracklnar of the. well, and only bad time
to take shelter behind a large shade tree
which alone saved his life. -' He escaped with
a bruised leg. This building, located at one
cf the most frequented points on our main
street, and the day being sales-day, and a con?
siderable number ot persona on the streets, a
person wouldn?t have contemplated Hs falling
without counting on a, greater destruction of
Hie. 1 hat so few were killed or wounded is
Indeed providential. Tbe fear and anxiety ol
those who gathered around waa terrible, not
knowing who or how many might be buried
beneath the rubbish. ?? h*
TEY IT IN THE COW&TS*.
" i - r S 1 aa '
. [From 1 he Anderson Intelligencer.]
The executive corumlUee ol the Tax pa y ero'
Convention met in Columbia last week. We
learn that the veniremen in attendance have
given their attention to the troubled condi?
tion ol our State financer-, as is meet and pror
per, and that they are preparing to push
gleal remedies against participants in thc des?
perate games enacted by our State officials. It
would not surprise us that the action of the
executive committee might be anticipated by.
some of these officials and Imitation of Mr.
Kimpton. that they should take flight to other
regions. Therefore, we hope lo see no unneces?
sary delay in instituting whatever legal reme?
dies against the thieves and plunderers lliat
learned counsel might suggest. We believe
that the law will compel a surrender of their
lrusts, where it can be shown clearly and un?
equivocally that high officials have exercised
those trusts to their own private advantage
and io the detriment of the public weal. Then,
if there, .ls law to protect the citizens of this
Commonwealth from rapaciousplundering and
vile combinations, let its aegis be Invoked at
once. We would earnestly urge the affiliation
of a'i good men, Irrespective ol party politics.
In this movement to reach the conspirators by
due process 'br law. As ltf;New York, so let
it be in Soul h Carolina, that the people de?
mand redress pf the courts. It is the only
safe, thc rough remedy, In our judgment, and
will i -ove a buiwatk of Bafety in the future. ,
NILSSON'S AGED LOVER. ?
Ifiaaed lat Spite of tleraelf-The Ctyeen
of Song In a Police Court.
[From tue New York Sun.]
Justice Scott was yesterday called upon to
adjudica'e in a singular ca=e, the memory of
which wli rexuin with him as lone us he
lives. The complainant ls none other itlian
Christina Nilson, the renowned songstress,
and the defendant one Charles Theodore
Busch, a German musician of three score,
whose heart had been pierced with Cupid's
shafia uutlll lils aged head had turned. Mlle.
Nilsson's complalut against the senile lover
was preferred in low, sweet tones that thrilled
the blushing Justice, and filled the Essex Mar?
ket court room with mus le. I
"He aunoy.-me much your honor." said the
silver-voiced queen of song. "He follows1 me
everywhere, if I walk In the street, be ls at
my side; If I enter a door he ls with me. He
foolishly believes that heloves me, and that I
am essential to his happine s.. Please tell him
to give me peace."
While Mlle. Nilsson was Urns pleading, poor
love-lorn Busoh's eyes followed every move?
ment of her lip?, and his ears drank in every
BW?d of her mellifluous voice. Edglog nearer
and neater to his fair enslaver he seized the
corner ol' her fur cape, and* bearlffg' lt hur?
riedly IO his Ups, kissed lt repeatedly in the
ecsi acy of his adoration.
"He says, your honor,7 continued the lair
complainant, blM&bipg, "ihat I must marry
.'Youshall not be troubled by him again
Mademoiselle," said the Justice, with a smile
.-Slr Bosch, I shall require you to give boiuU
in $300 la) keep tue peace toward this-lady for
It ls said that the ardent Busch not only fol?
lowed Mlle. NUsson and annoyed her u??? billy
.sreeehes. but that on one occasion he actually
stole a kiss from her rosy Hps. He ked pre?
viously gone so far "as to intrude himself lalo
her private apartments, from which the ser?
vants promptly ejected him. The kian was
taken yesterday morning. Mlle. Nilsson lost I
no time In securing the services ol'officer Do?
ran, who look Husen into custody, and carried '
him bet?re the Justice.
IS I TOB S.-XO C RAJILKH?TON
SHOULD BK SURE TO STOP
fS ??.> 'Ai.'nm, ?ayr . .? Ml
?iUO?Jti ?.? I,..? , .... . it ? ?'
DUR1NU THEIR STAY IN THU CITY.
. H. .J 'lAt. ff*} 4 }
This elegantly appointed HOUSE, which was
temporarily closed during the prevalence of the
fever, has now been reopened after having un?
dergone many important Improvements wit h a
view to the Increased comfort of the guests.
Mr. U.C. BURNE IT, Proprietor or the Ottawa
House, Montreal, Canada, will, in connection
with Mr. PARKER, conduct the MILLS BOUSE in
a style second to that of no Hotel m the country.
g A X T O N HOUSE,
BEAUFORT, S. 0.
rut . ,
This House, situated on Bay street, com mauds
a Une view of
and many or the Sea Islands. The travelling
public will find here a desirable and
and the Invalid will find no better or more health?
ful climate on the
o sp? nd the winter. The House ls within live
minutes' walk of Steamboat, and fifteen minutes
walk of Railroad communication. A good
. ( LIVERY STABLE
has Just been added to the House.
Western'Union Telegraph Office on first floor.
M. M. KINO MAN,
ELECTRO MAGNETIC BATTERIES,
MEDICINE CHESTS, PHYSICIANS' SADDLE
For sale by DR. H. BA ER,
mario No.i8iMeeting street.
(Engines, iUacljincrrj, &z.
Keep constantly on hand, and ready for Imme?
diate delivery, STATIONARY, PORTABLE AND
AGRICULTURAL ENGINES, and can famish, at
short notice, any description of Engine not kept
regularly In stock.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Of approved Patterns and different nlzes, ready
for delivery, and ot ted with either Katohet or
From Sixteen to Thirty Inoh; French Burr, Dou?
ble-Geared GRIST MILLS. Also, the Universal or
Star COTTON GINS, THRESHERS, CANE MA*
CHINKKY, HORSEPOWERS, &0.
BAR IRON, STEEL AND METALS.
A latir? assortment constantly on hander the
NAILS. SPIKES &c.
HENRY DISSTON A SON'S
PATENT CIRCULAR, GANG. M CLAY, HAND
AND CROSS-CUT SAWS, CLAIMING MACHINES,
FIL?S, Ac Also,
"INSERTED TOOTH*' SAWS.
S WAD ? ES AND SAWYER'S TOOLS GEN?
RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
A fall line of Pure OILS,, ai follows: Sperm,
Lard, Neatsfoot, C.. B. A Co.'a Lubricator, "White
Oak Oil," Tallow, Axle Grease.
JU E LTING.
, Rubber .and Leather BELTING, warranted.
Also, Oom and Hemp Fucking, Jure und Soap?
stone Packing, Lacing, Gaskets, Belt Fastenings,
Sheet, Pig,'Bar and Pipe.
BLOCK TIN PIfB.
HOSE, LEATHER AND GUM.
PUMPS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Of all sixes.
itu VHS GOODS.
Steam Gauges, I Water Gauges, Steam and
PLAIN AND GALVANIZED IRON
j At Factory Prices of MORRIS TAS KKK A CO.
STEAM AND MALEABLE IRON FITTINGS.
WHITE LEAD, COLORS AND PAINT OIL,
ROPE, OAKUM, SHEATHING FELT
AND PAPER, NAILS, SPIKES, lc.
CARTS, WAGONS AND TIMBER
Of the celebrated make of WILSON, GUILDS A
PATENT IRISH ROOFING FELT.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
S.E. COHKXa M ESTIVO ASI) CUJ? U R KI. AND ST?.
j a?gl4-mthflmonevr CHARLESTON, S. g;
fats, Caps, ifnrs,
No. ?201 KING STREET,
Begs leave to inform hH fjlends and patrons
that ne has now on exhibition a COMPETE
CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY.
All or which he offers on the most liberal cash
As to the superior quality or his Goods, he chai
longes the scrutiny or the most fastidious,
rjriBE STATE OFI????THI?^^
rt? t he Commissioners of Elections for the bounty
Whereas Hon. Joseph A. Greene, who. at the
general election held lu November, 1868, was
clio ea a member ol the Senate for the Election
District of Orangeburg County, to 6erve tor the
unexpired term or Hon. B. F. Randolph, has, since
said e.ectlon, deceased; and, whereas, the consti?
tu? ion or the SUtc of Soutti Carolina directs that
tu such a case a writ ot eh dion snail be Issued by
: tic- President of the Senate, for the purpose of
Ailing the vacancy thus occasioned for the re?
mainder of the term lor which the member so de?
ceased was elected to serve.
Now, therefore, you and each or yon, are hereby
required, after due advertisement, and with strict
regard to all the provisions or the constitution
and laws of the said State, touching your dutv >n
such case, to hold un election for a member or the
Senate, for the Election District aforesaid, to
serve for the remainder or the term fur which the
said Hon. Joseph A. Greene was elected; the polls
to be opened at the various places or election in
tli" said District, on WEDNESDAY, the 20th day or
December, A. D. 1871, by the various sets or Man?
agers ror those places respectively; and the count?
ing of the votes cast and the declarations or the
result ol the election to be in accordance with the
provisions ol the 16th, loth, mn and i stn sections
of an act approved March l, 1670, entitled "Au act
providing ror the general eiectlous and the man?
ner or conducting tue same."
This writ, together with a certified copy of your
return or the election to be held under lt, nave
before the Senate at lu next meeting arter the
Witness, the Hon. A. J. RANSIER, President of
Senate, ut Columbia, S. G., this Aft n da;
[L. a] of December, In the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and seventy-one.
A. J. RANSIER, President or Senate.
J. WOODRUFF, Clerk or Senate. dee7-U
Soots ano filjoes.
HO ! FOR REPUDIATION !
THOSE FAMILY STATE BONUS OF SCOTT A
CO., spread broadcast in New Torr, to tho detri?
ment and rain of oar people, mast be repudiated.
Hence I will REDUCE THE PRICES of my
ELEGANT AND FASHIONABLE
BOOTS ANS SHOES.
PLANTERS, FACTORS AND MERCHANTS
WILL FIND IT TO THEIR INTEREST
TO CALL AND EXAMINE UT
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Having made this branch of my business another
I feel confident to be able to supply the Trade at
ALL OOODS BEING BOUGHT FOR CASH.
ORDERS FROM MY COUNTRY FRIENDS,
OR THROUGH COMMISSION MERCHANTS
02 FACTORS WILL MEET WITH PROMPT
NO. 121 MEETING STREET.
RECEIVING THIS DAY PER STEAMSHIPS "SEA
GULL," from Baltimore, "VIRGINIA.'' from
Philadelphia, .Invoices of
GENTS FRENCH JEDOT CALF OPERA
GENT'S FRENCH LERIN CALF WATER?
PROOF BOOTS .
GENT'S FRENCH LERIN CALF SCOTCH
NORE OF THE
ADAPTED FOR WINTER WEAK.
novU-tntlielmo No. 121 MEETING STREET.
K. K. iv?
eopin?e AND mirara STOYEST
WILLIAM SHEPHERD A CO.,
No. 24 II AVNE STREET,
No. 35 PINOKNEY STREET.
I / TY^F?VE FIRST PRIZE MEDALS
WM. KNABE & GO.,
GRAND. SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
These Instruments have been before the pabilo
for nearly thirty years, and npun their excel?
lence alone attained an unpurchased pre-emi?
nence, which pronounces them unequalled In
??.All oar SQUARE PIANOS have oar New Im?
proved OVERSTRUNG SCALR and the AGRAFFE
es- We woold call especial auton'lon to oar late
Patented Improvements In GRAND PIANOS and
SQUARK GRANDS, found la no other Piano, which
tin LITS the Plano nearer perfection than hasyet
EVERY PIANO FULLY WARRANT?
ED FOR FIVE YEARS.
? j- We are by special arrangement enabled to
furnish PARLOR ORGANS and MELODBONS of
the most celebrated makers, Wholesale a d Retail
at lowest Factory Prices.
Illustrated Catalogues and Price Lists prompt?
ly furnished on application to
WM. KNABE ?fe CO.,
Or any of our regular established agencies.
T B MULLIGAN,
COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION
CH1BIBST0N, S. C.
OF CHARLESTON, SO. CA.,
Properly appreciating the necessity of fostering the planting interest of the Sooth, resolved la the
outset to offer their FERTILIZERS at a price which would place them within the reach nf every
They offer their "SOLUBLE GUANO," a complete Ammonlated Fertilizer, at $46 cash, or $60 oh a
credit to the 1st of November next, with approved etty acceptance, WITHOUT INTEREST.
The "DISSOLVED PHOSPHATE." for composting with Gorton Seed or Stable Manare, ls now
offered at the very low price of $25 cash, or $30 on credit, as above. This ls highly recommended by
planters who used lt last year to their entire satis .'action.
J. D. AIKEN, General Agent.
WM. RAVENEL, President.
This FERTILIZER, manufac nred by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, ander the direc?
tion of their Chemist, Dr. ST. JULIEN RAVENEL, ls now offered to ihe Plan'lng Community AT
TBE VERY REDUCED PRICE OP $48 PER TON CASH, or $59 PAYABLE 1ST NOVEMBER, 1672,
FREE OF INTEREST.
This FERTILIZER has been very extensively ase 1 in this State, and has given entire satisfaction;
Borne ti the most practical planters admitting it to be equal to Peruvian Goauo, pound for pound.
All sales made now will be considered as cash oa the 1st of March, 1872, and to those buying on
time the sale will b ? considered as due on 1st November. 1872.
By this arrangement planters will be enabled, wlttioat extra coat, to haul their Manure at a
time wheo their wagons nnd moles are Mle.
Pamphlets containing tho certificates of those who have used the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE will be
famished on application to the Agents.
PELZ ER, RODGERS & CO., General Agente,
dec8-4mos BROWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTONS. C.
ATLANTIC ACID PHOSPHATE.
This Art cia, prepared by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, nader the direction or their
Chemist, Dr. ST. JULIEN RAVENEL, for composting with Cotton Seed, ls now offered at the Reduced
Price of $98 per ron cash, or $31 per ton payable 1st November, 1872, Free of Interest.
Orders Ailed now will be considered as Cash 1st March, 1872, or on Time as due 1st November
1872, thereby enabling Planters to haul lt at a time when their Wagons and Males are Idle.
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents,
H HOW VS WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. Ct
Cotton (tics, fertilise, Ut.
? G-OOOH TIE. ?
? SLOAN & SEIGNIOUS, Agents, Jf
ICOTTOH FACTORS, BROWN & CO.'S WHARF Sj
E. FRANK COE'S
AMMONIATED BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE,
AND COE'S PURE DISSOLVED BO. 3.
The above super!T FERTILIZERS, admitted by every Planter who has used them to be the best
and most profitable or any of the Commercial Manures, are now offered mr eale i.y the Agent* at very
much Reduced Prices, lu order that every.Plantcr may be enabled to use them.
Pamphlets containing toe reports or tho success or these Fertilizers will be furnished on appli?
cation ^p^p^jg^j, 80,u al |4j per ton Cish, or$39 per ton payable 1st November, 1872. free of
tateTh*?Dl8B0lvcd Bone at $50 per ton cash, or $55 per ton payable ist Novembar, 1S72, free of
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., Sole Agents,
decS-4mo* BROWN'S WHARF, CH IRLKSTO.V, S. C.
SINGER STILL TRIUMPHANT !
FIRST PREMIUM AT ATLANTA PAIB, UCTOBEB, 1871. FOR BEST FAMILY MACHINE.
PREMIUM AT THE MACON FAIR, OCTOBER, 1871, FOR FAMILY MACHINE, WITH BEST
AND MOST USEFUL ATTACHMENTS.
FIRST PREMIUM AT THOMA8VILLE, NOVEMBER 2, 1871, FOR BEST FAMILY MACHINE.
COLD MEDAL AND THREE SILVER MEDALS AWARDED THE SINGER AT THE AU?
GUSTA FAIR, NOVEMBER, 1871.
EXAMINE OUR MBA CHI NES.
H. D. HAWLEY,
GENERAL AG EST FOR SOUTH CAROLINA, GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
J. CLARK BEDELL,
novit-tuths * RESIDENT AGENf, CHARLESTON. 8. C.
Bbjrt? ano ifnrnioqmg ?t?ooos.
IN THE SOUfH.
ALL-WOOL SHAKER FLANNEL
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
WITH TUB VERY LATEST NOVELTIES IN
ELEGANT NECK WEAR,
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Opposite the Market.
BUY THE GENUINE
More than M50 Different .Hodideations.
FOR THE BEST ALARU MONK Y DRAWER
FAIRBANK8 & GO.,
No. asa Broadway, New York.
FAIRBANKS, BROWN & CO.,
No. 118 Hille Street, Boston.
For sale by HAUT ?fe CO.,
sep-tf-toMmos Charleston, S. 0.
WHB~IJVB AND LEAKN\"DYE^?KD
TUB SOKTIIBRN DYE! HOUSK,
NO. 359 KING STREET,
Dyes snd Clssas, by means of steam, Gentle?
men's, Ladles' and Children's Clothes. Fine
Laces and. Lace Curtains cleaned and done
up with the Soft or Manufacturers' Finish; Lae?
an?* Crape Shawls and KU Gloves Cleaned and
ta* Goods received and returned by Express.
]un23-ivr L BILLER, Proprietor.
CHARLESTON, S. 0., November 22,1871.
On and after MONDAY. December the nth, tba
Passenger Traue on tina Road wm ran aa folio wa :
Leave Charleston daily.3.24 P. M.
Arrive ac SavaoDAU daily 9.15 P.M.
Leave savaunah daMyY^T. ?TJTYJ. .. ..ILM P. M.
Arr.ve at Chiles toa rtally. 6.36 A. M.
Leave Charleston. Saadajsexcepted.. 8.16 A. M.
f^r6^JX^^^^^,^?^^tL Me* M*
^FreTg" t^ra^Stf fdo?fB?Vi? *
lng to points In Florida and by Savannah Ree of
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch gives to
freights for Beaufort and points on Port Royal
Railroad and ai as low rates as by any otter une.
C. 8. GADSDEN,
EBgineer and Superintendent.
S. a BOTLSTON, Gen'l Ft. and Ticket Agent.
nov23 . -
HUTU CAROLINA RAILROAD
ger tura on
ron Ul foibwa:
L ?tve (.'Itarlestori.8.90 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.446 P. M.
LttVO charte*to i.3.20 A. M.
Arrtvo at Coiumbla.IL40 P. M.
Lw Augusta. 7.40 A. If.
Arrive at engleston...~. 840 P.M.
L javo Columbia. 7.40 A. W.
Arrrlve st Clisrleston.8.20 P. M.
TQKonan WILMINGTON YBAIK.
Arrive at Ringville.e.os A. M.
Leavo Ringville.Lia P. M.
Arrive at Ann usu..,.,-. 1.46 P. M.
ACGCHTA maur BxruB*.
L ave Hjbarleuion.?.so p. M
Arrive at Augusta.7.06 A M.
L ?ve Augusta.8.00 p. M.
A .-rive at Oharlostou.6.40 A. M.
' : ? ' inttRHOTH i)
LiovcOnarleston.;.7.10 r. M.
Arrive a: Columbia..'.8.00 A. M.
Li -ave Columbia.... 7.50 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.46 A. M.
L ?ve Charleston.,. 2.46 P. M.
Arrive ?it ?uimuurv?le...4.lo p. M.
L ?ve Sumuervule...~ T.08 A. M.
Arrlvo at Charleston. 8.15 A. sf.
L ?ve Camden.8.00 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia....^..10.40 A. M.
Lia ve Columbia.-.-.1.28 P.M.
Arrive at <larrtfiHi.:.8.00 P. M.
Day ana Mgnt Trane mate 010? osameciioni
a' Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Centrai
Railroad. . . ;,. JUJ &41 g*.,
Night Train connecta with Macon and Augusts
Railroad. ?.?. a 1 , yi ... ?",-,,. "1
Columbia Night Train connect* with' Greenville
and Colombia Railroad.
Camden Train connects at King ville dally (ex?
cept, Sundays) wit fi Day Va&*ti>gM ?rain, and
rons tlirougu to Columbia and returns on Mon*
lays. Wednesdays and an Lanley?. ?I ,V. ;
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. P10KENS. fl. T. A_.", ttl#.A?tilO
VrOBTHBASTKRN KAILRUAD COM-1
CUABLBSTOK, s. C., February li. 1871.
Trains will leave charleston Dally at 0:30 A. M. I
md 6 P. IL
Arrive at Charleston 7:30 A. M. (Mondays ex
opted) and 8:39 F.MV M ? U Q Wi
Train doos not leave .Uti ar les toa 8 P. If., Sow
Tram leaving 6:30 A. M. makes through counecS
?un to New York, vie Richmond ana Actjumr^
Greek only, going throngh lo 40 hours.
Passengers leaving by 8 P. M. Train hov?
choice of route, via Richmond and wAshingtooJB
or via Fortamoutti and Rainmore. Those leaving
FBI DAT by this Tram lay ovoc on SOXDAY ia Ral
imoro. Those leaving on SATCBDAY remain Sun
'.AT lu Wilmington, N. C.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
outs to cincinnati, Ottlcago and other polnu
West and Northwest, both Trains making con
tiections at Washington with Western tram?
of Baltimore end o ruo Railroad.
i EngUwer and superintendent.
?. L> CLKAPOH, General Ticket Ageat.
febn-nmos t >/i t ._
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SUPERPHOSPHATE BF LIMI
. tm M?uM
Of Superior Quality, for s
Pi C. TRENHOLM.
Drugs ano ilUointieo.
. r . g?> Wi'.'
3.0SAD ALIS is the best Bloc
go S AD ALIS, a sure our e
EOS AD ALIS, e n 0,0 r s ed
ROSADALIS, a potent remet
ROSADALIS, a Bemedy tri'
HGSADALIS, the best Altei
ti ve extant.
ROSAD ALIS endorsed by tj
Dr. R. WILSON CARR, of RalUmote.
Dr. T. 0. POOH, or BelVunorW
Ur. THUS. J. BUY KIN, of Baltimore.
Dr. A. DORGAN. of Tarboro', N. C.
Dr. J. S. SPARKS, of Nicholasvue, Ky.
Or. A. F. WHEELER, of Lima, Ohio.
Or. W. HOLLOWAY, of Philadelphia.
Dr. J. L? McCARTHA, of ?oath Carolina,
and manv otaera. See ROSADALIS Al '
ItOHA DAT .TH,
endorsed by Rev. DABNKY BALL, now Of 1
i and conference, formerly Chaplain in the
federate Army of Northern Virginia.
ia Alterative, Tonto and Diuretic, and act
one and the same tune upon the BLOOD, LT
KIDNEYS and all the SECRETORY ORGANS
pelling an impure matter and building
system tu a healthy, vigor?os condition
IS SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
DOWIK. MOISE A DAVIS, ) Wholes
GOODRICH, WI NEMAN A CO., \ Agente
Dr. H. DAER, J Charlee