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An empty nest np in a maple swings;
An empty bean ls walting at tbe door;
Tbe wrens win come, bnt O, the summer bringa
To these sad arms their nest d jg brooi no more.
Where ls my stalwart boy that trode
O conchant hill, thy happy sod ?
And moa, bine sky, canst thou forget
My baby's ey ts that mirrored thee?
" They Be ven days looked in mine, and yet
Saw not my gaze of agony.
With me in tragic ch- r: 3 all things weep;
The waves dash fnlnt and sobbing on ihe shore;
The rainy skies their days of mourning keep
Because of death and them that are no more.
The vestal autumn wandered m using by,
Telling her beads with tears, ind woe la me 1
Tbe maniac wind raves wild : i hear lt sljb.
And mutter of my great calamity.
Up. folded hands 1 rouse thee, O sleeping will I
Be still, my aching heart I be still I be still 1
Come with crown leaves, O sexton red-brtast,
And cover my sweet babes that here He dumb.
Speak to me, pear and apple tree,
Gf Amil's immortality t
Prophetic from thy funeral pyre,
Declare, O dying w-stern sun,
With thy ten thousand tongues of fire,
To-morrow's resurrection morn l
TO AD VER TISEJtS.
The proprietors of THE NEWS and The Cou?
rier find lt indispensable to the accurate and
prompt management of their business, and
for the protection of advertisers, that the
practice of sending advertisements from one
newspaper office to tbe other be discontinued.
They, therefore, give notice that no advertise
menta received at the one office will, in any [
casi, be sent to the other. At the same time
they beg leave to request advertisers to hand
in their favors at as early an hour as possible,
In order to facilitate their proper arrange- ?
ABOVE THE CLOUDS.
A Strange and interesting Narrative.
Hr. Robert J. Bell, an assistant observer at
the United States signal station, on the sum?
mit of Mount Washington, writes to the Phila?
delphia Bulletin an account of his every day
experiences above the clouds. He was du
tailed to take the place of William Stevens,
who died at the station In mid winter with no
friend near him save his solitary companion,
Sergeant Hearne. A party of stalwart moun?
taineers climbed to the summit and took the
body down for burial. They placer1, lt 10 a box:
fitted to runners, which was permitted to slide
down the mountain side, the men holding on?
to ropes attached to tba rear to regulate the
motion and direct the course. Mr. Bell says :
We occupy the depot of the Mountain Rail?
road, In w hich we have two rooms partitioned
off (ten by twelve,) securely chaiaed to the
rocks, so that the wind may not blow ns away.
One we use as a kitchen and dining room, and
the other as parlor, bed and 'dressing-room.
We also occupy tho latteras our office, in
which we keep, our barometers and telegraphic ;
Instruments, the wire connecting with Little- ]
ton. N. H., by which means we are not wholly
excluded from civilization, although I must I
admit that visitors are very few-not one since |
my glorious ascent
We generally supply ourselves in Septem?
ber with canned provisions sufficient to last
throughout the winter, reckoning at the same
titre xi give our visit >rs a square meal when
they^bome. Our time we must occupy chi?- fly
by reading and studying, lor our out-door
amusements are very scarce. In case we do
have the pleasure of going outside to ramble
amid the snow und Ice ol the rocks, we are
obliged to take advantage of the same, and
exercise ourselves by hauling Ice, frostwork
and snow, so that we may procure the water
necessary for our cooking and drinking pur?
poses, as tbe weather ls very severe on the
summit, the thermometer since my arrival
having been most 'of the time below zero,
and the wind at a hurricane.
I will give yon a small idea how we felt, the
thermometer standing forty-nine degrees be?
low zero, and the wind raging at a hundred
and twenty miles per hour. The cold weather
which I have reference to occurred on the ?tu
of March, and the mode we adopted to keep
ourselves warm was to bring all the coats and
overcoats Into requisition during the day, with
two large coal Area continually burning.. At
night we took advantage of our "little bed,"
(which ls not a bad one,) with covering
enough to suffocate any man In ordinary win?
ter weather, and then I must confess we suf?
fered with the cold. It was the coldest time
that my comrade and I ever experienced. We
do not mind during the day the thermometer
standing ten below zero, lt the wind does not
blow, too hard, for then we can have a little
holiday by going outside. But at night, unless
the wind ls blowing at least sixty miles an
hour, we cannot sleep well, for we are too ac-1
customed to hurricanes.
THIS OS Hf EDGEFIELD.
The Drought and Its Effects-A Spien?
did Frnlt Crop-What la Thought of |
Greeley and Brown.
[FROM OtTB OWN CORRESPOND BNT. ]
y ELMWOOD, EDGEFIELD, S. C., May 13.
The drought, that I foreshadowed to you
some months ago, ls upon ns In good earnest,
and but few planners have good stands of cot?
ton and corn at this late date, and the little
moisture In. the earth is dally driven deeper
under a burning sun. Consequently there ls
.batllttle hope of obtaining stands of either
cotton or corn until . copious showers of rain
fal). Tbe wheat crop Is doing rei y weil, as lt
needs but very Hale rain after lt commences
headlcg,'and the most of this crop is In this
slate now, and .some lew early fields will do
to ont In a few days; but the oat crop will
prove a failure unless rain tails copiously in
a few fl ay H, as but lew fields will get enough
*- The fruit crop of all kinds will be more than
a sufficiency for man and beast, and of a bet?
ter kind tban last year, as lhere have been no
cold winds or frost this year since lt was In
bloom. It ls something remarkable with us.
lo bave so many years of successive fruit
crops, and the present the gieatest of all.
I hardly know whether lt will interest you
to say to you tbat "Greeley and Brown" are
gaining gronnd every day, and that the Demo?
cratic Convention should endorse tbe Cincin?
nati Convention and make their election sure,
aa these men are honest men, and the very
men the South is In great need of at this lime.
When Mr. Greeley signed Mr. Davis's bond the
South was filled with utter astonishment; it |
was to us like a clap of thunder of a bright,
clear day, lt could hardly be believed, but lt
had to be. And Just this stroke of the nen
shows his magnanimous Christian spirit Yes;
the greatest battle fought and won during the
rebellion, for it completely whipped the South.
Capra IN SOUTHWEST GEORGIA.-A corres pon- J
dent' who bas been travelling In Southwest
Georgia writes to tbe Columbus Sun: uThe ,
complaint throughout this country, so far as j
we have travelled, ls very general that the
cotton seed ls lauliy, the stand bad and the
plants weak, many of them withering under
the chilling nights we have had for some
weeks past Some farmers and planters have
been compelled, for want of seed for replant?
ing, to either cross their crops with corn or
Slant the ground with corn instead. This may
e no misfortune to the country, nor to the
Individual planter, for the man who makes
the most money cotton-raising hereabouts ls
the man who starts his crops witb his grain
garners well stored with food and forage.
Thus, the blight In theseed may prove a bless?
ing in the end, by bringing their oom cribs
-As curious as lt may seem, lu view of the
fact that one of their number was the defen?
dant in the snit of the Tichborne claimant,
not a few ol the Brltisn aristocracy appear
still to espouse, publicly, the cause of the baf?
fled man in his effort to prove his right to the
title and estates of the Tichborne baronetcy.
The result of his appeal for funds to carry on
his suit made through the Times and other
Journals of London, has so tar secured be?
tween ?600 and ?800 for that purpose. The
subscribers to this fund bave been people ot
Tarions degrees, who give their money for
various reasons satisfactory to themselves.
Some sigh themselves "Pair Play, ' others
"Lovers of Justice," and others still subscribe
to help tbe claimant to secure "a fair trial
before an Impartial Judge." But lt Is strange
to Bee among these subscribers to this fund
such names as Lord Rivers, who gives ?52,
and Captain Foxton, Lady Frankfurt-Je-Mont?
morency, and the Hon. Mrs. Preston Bruce,
each of whom subscribes ?10.
LAWS OF THE STATE.
I ACTS OF TELE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF
. SOUTH CAROLINA.
Published by Authority.
AN ACT to Amend an Act entitled uAn Act to
Incorporate tbe Town ol Picken?."
SECTION 1. Be lt enacted by tbe Senate and
House of Represen tal ives of the State of South
Carolina, now met and sitting in General As
sembly, and by the authority of the same:
That an act enMtled "An act to Incorporate
the Town of Pickene," approved in the year
1869, be amended as follows: That the said
town council shall have power to establish a
guardhouse, and to prescribe, by ordinance,
suitable rules and regulations for keeping and
governing the same, and confine therein any
or all persons who may be subject to be com?
mitted for violation of any ordinance of the
I town, passed In conformity to the act here?
by amended. And the said town council may,
by ordinance, or the said intendant and ward?
ens in person, F one or more of them,
authorize and require any marshal of the
town, or any constable specially appointed for
that purpose, to arrest and commit to said
guardhouse, for a term not exceeding twenty
four hours, any person or persons who within
the corporate limits of said town may be en-1
gaged In a breach of the peace, any riotous
or disorderly conduct, open obscenity, publio
drunkenness, or in any conduct grossly inde?
cent or dangerous to the citizens of the said
town, or any of them; and it shall be the duty
ot the marshals and constables to arrest and
commit any such offenders, when required to
do BO, who shall have power to call to their
assistance the posse comitatns, if need be, to
aid in making Buch arrests; and upon the fail?
ure of the town marshals to perform such
duty, If required, they shall severally be sub?
ject to such fine and penalties as the town
council may establish; and all persons so im?
prisoned shall pay the costs and expenses in?
cident to their imprisonment, which said costs
and expenses shall be collected In the same
manner as provided by tbls act for the collec?
tion of fines Imposed for violation of ordi?
nances: Provided, That such Imprisonment
shall not exempt the party from the payment j
ot any fine the council may Impose for the.
offence for which he may have been com?
-SEC. 2. That all the fines which shall here?
after be collected for retal.lng without a
license, within the corporate limits of the said
town, shall be paid one-half to the Informer
and the other half to the council, lor the use
of the said town.
SEC. 3. All acts or parts of acts inconsistent J
hereto, be, and lue same are hereby, re?
Approved March 9, 1872.
AN ACT to Charter the Spartanburg and Port
Boyal Railroad Company. :
SECTION 1. Be lt enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives ot the State of South
Carolina, now met and sitting In General As?
sembly, and by the authority of the same:
That, lor the purpose of establishing a rail?
road from Spartanburg to Port Boyal, a char?
ter, with all the rights and privileges Incidental
to the same, be, and is hereby, granted to W.
J. Whipper, R. Smalls, N. B. Myers, James M.
Baxter, J. J. Patterson, James N. Hayne, H.
C. Corwin, H. G. Worthington, G. Cannon, B.
A. B^semon, W. H. Jones, James Miller, H.
W. Duncan, J. S. Mobley, J. A. Bowley, D. B.
Duncan, Timothy Hurley, Wm. Munro, B. M.
Smith, S. J. L-;e, J. H. Evans, J. T. B. Jeter,
L. Wofford, F. S. Jacob?, P. J. Donaldson,
Hardy Solomon, D. A. Child', S. A. Swails, T.
J. Moore, J. C. Bonsall, S. L. H?ge, C. D. Mel?
ton, J. M. Allen, Thos. Steers and W. J. Wil?
kins, and their associates and successors, who
are hereby constituted a body politic and cor?
porate, by the name and style of the Spartan?
burg and Port Boyal Railroad Company.
SEC. 2. That the said company is hereby au?
thorized to construct a railroad from Spartan?
burg to Port Boyal, by such a route as shall
be found most suitable aud advantageous.
SKC 3. That the capital sto:k of said com?
pany shall be oce and a half million dollars,
with the privilege of Increasing it to two and
a half millions of dollars, ll found necessary,
to be divided Into shares of fifty dollars each;
and, for the purpose of raising such capital
stock, lt shall be lawful to open books of sub- |
scrlption, at such times and places, and to
keep them open for Buch periods of time, and
under the direction of such persons, as may be
determined on by a majority of said company.
That subscriptions to the capital stock may be
made in landsat a Tate, per acre, to be agreed
upon at the time of subscription; and tbat
each and every person subscribing laud shall
execute a deed to the said company; and that
all amounis subscribed In land or money shall
constitute the Joint stock capital for the pur
pose of constructing and carrying Intr opera- [
lion the railroad provided Tor by this o:t; and
the said railroad shall have power to mort?
gage Us property and franchises, and Issue
bonde, on such lerma and condition?, albd for
such uses and purposes of said corporation, os
the board ol directors thereol may deem ex?
SEC. \. That the said railroad shall be sub?
ject to the provisions of an act ot the General
Assembly of South Carolina, passed Septem?
ber 23.- 1868, entitled "Aa act to declare the
manner by which lands, or right of way over
the lands of persons or corporations, may be
taken for the construction or use ol railways
and other works of Internal improvement;"
Provided, however, That nothing herein con?
tained shall be construed as to exempt the
said company from the payment of taxes:
Provided, further, That nothing herein con?
tained shall be construed so as to exempt Bald
company from the provisions of section 1,
chapter 63, of the general statutes.
Approved March 13, 1872.
rjHE COMING CHURCH MUSIO BOOK,
TO BE READY J CLY 1ST.
By L. 0. Emerson, of Bojton; an! H. R. Palmer,
As the previous works nf these gentlemen
have had very marked success In the East and In
tho West, the comlug Book cannot fall to be the
Success of the Season.
Specimen Paves sent (free) on application.
Managers ot Sabbath Schools are becoming
more and more convinced ihat the beautiful
(Prlre 30'Cents paper, 3fi cents bound; ls one or j
the very best Books.
WINNER'S NEW SCHOOLS
Piano forte, Cabinet Organ, Quitar, Cornet,
Violin, Fife, Accord?on, German Accord?on,
Clarionet, Flute, Flageolet, costing but 75 ceits
each, are Just what are needed for cheap and at
tractive Instruction books.
Charming Song, THE GATES AJAR, Thomas 40.
The above Booka and Piece, sent, postpaid, en
receipt of retail price,
OLIVER DTTtON 4 CO., I C. H. DITSON A CO.
Beaton. | Kew York.
JDrnat, QEijmitali, *?r.
jg. J. L U H N,
j P H A RM AGBUTIST,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL^ INSTRUMENTS.
No. 450 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now In steck or my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Pattey's Cold Cream,
English Dalby's Carminative, British Oil, Roche's
Embrocation and chiorodyne.
TILDEN A OO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS.
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
Pills, Ac. AOKNT FOB
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
AOKNT FOB SOOTH CAROLINA FOB
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical Instruments and Gooda of foreign man
uracture imported to order.
My Dispensing Department la complete, em?
bracing au New Remedies.
A fail assortment of Trasses and Bandages al?
ways on band.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night. JanlOwfmly
JJ BUGS AND MEDICINES.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DB. H. BAER, No. 181 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Invites attention to the following Preparations
of his own Manufacture:
THE CELEBRATED GERMAN . SOOTHING
CORDIAL, FOR LNFANT3 TEETHING.
This ls the best Medicine for Infants and yoong
Children ever offered to the r-nbllc. It ls cate
folly prepared f om the best Drugs according to
a prescription farnlsued by a distinguish- d uer
maa Pbysloiaa < f large and succeaaiol practice,
and bas been tried and approved by anny of our
bart physicians, lt IB specially adapted to the
diseases incident to chlldhoud during tho trying
perlud of Teething and recommends lise r for the
( n-e of Diarrhoea, Dysentery. Colic, Griping In
the Bowels. Summer Complaint, Ac It contains
no Anodyno or other Injuri?os Drag, and ahooid,
therefore, ba preferred to the .-coining syiups
that now flood the m ir ker, which are known to
contain Opium, and are, mere ore, more or less
Injurious. Thousands of chi dren are murdered
annually by toothing Syrups; in aome cases, this
fact has been published In the newspapera, whore
the phy-lclan la af end a nee ao stated In his deatji
cerilQcate. lu tho numerous other cases, where
ti e innocenta are murdered by this modern
Herod of the Nursery, the cause ls laid to a thous .
and o' her causes-to nil bat the right one.
Mothers, bear thia la mind, and use the German
Soothing Cordial, which ta safe, efficient and
satisfactory. Do not fall to try a bottle at once t
The soot tun g i> rdlal la also an excellent Ti nie,
almlrsbly adapted In cases of Debility-giving
touo to the system, recuperating the strength,
and restoring the appetite.
Price 26 cents a bottle.
EXCELSIOR HAIR TOXIC.
This ls co Dye, but a Tonic and Hair Dressing
keeps thc scalp olean, and promotes the growth
of the Bair; contains no Nitrate o' Silver, no Sul?
phur, no Sugar or Lead, and no other Injurious
Drug. Try lt. Only 60 cents a bottle.
DR. BIER'S IMPROVED VEGETABLE j
The proprietor of these Pills con fl'lent ly be?
lieves that he has succeeded, by a skilful com?
bination of vegetable remedies, In producing a
preparation that will bring health and hnpplueas
tune unfortunate sufferer, in tho following dis?
eases, they have beeu n-ed by thousands with
most wondeifol success: Bilious Disorder* and
Liver Compl Int. Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Heart?
ache, Cosilvenei-a. Iv si of Appetite, Neuralgia,
Dropsy, Dysentery. Piles, Diseases of the >kln,
Pain in the side. Back and Limbs, Sick Headache,
and all derangement of the stomach.
These Pills may be taken with perfect safety by
any p< rs on and in ali situations tn life. No family
ahoa'id ba without them.
Price 26 ceo ts a biz.
(D Ot BLE-D1 STILLED.)
For Cleaning Clothes and taking oat Grease Spots.
Price 25 cents a box.
A lt eral discount to the trade on all the above
Dr. BAER la Agent for the sale of
The best Instrument of the kind In use.
NATT A N'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
(Advertised in another part of TH s NKWS.)
PROF. WUNDRAM'S GERMAN REMEDIES
For Rheumatism, Goat, Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea,
Dyseutcry, Asthma, Ac, Ac
W. II. WARNER A CO.^ ELEGANT AND
RELIABLE PHARM 4CEUTICAL
(Advertised lu another part of THB NEWS.)
These preparations, comp rising valuable reme?
dies for aim st every disease, are dally gaming la
favor at toe south, while, in the Non., and West,
they-have Tor some years enjoyed a large reputa?
tion and extensive sale. Ths following are aome
of the best known :
Comp. Extract ot CANCER PLANT.
Hydrated Oxymel, for < oogb, Ac.
strengthening Tonic of Pera.
K.ve-Min uta 1'r.tu-Curer.
Ethereal f hosphorus, (for We ska ss, Nerve Ex
[ Imitation, Impotence. Ac.)
Amaranth for the Hair.
Vic oita Regia tor the Complexion.
Head .che Pills.
Ati-Bealmg Ointment. ,
H hen ma i ic Elixir.
j? am hus Extract, (for Epilepsy, Fits, Ac )
I Pie r x tract.
AIwiys on hand a fall assortment or Drugs,
Medicines, Chemicals, Patent Medicines-Domes?
tic and Imported; Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Ac,
I all or which win ne sold at low. sc market rates.
| sample Orders solicited from the trade.
A full assortment always on hand.
The Great South American cancor Remedy.
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PARPAR
A l IONS.
W. R. WARNER & CO.,
Offer the flowing assortment of Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price List to Dr. B. BAER, Charleston:
Iron and lodororm Pills, a powerful Alterative
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, for Impotence, LOBB of I
Nerve Power, Ac.
Elixir UiDchoDia Calisaya
K lix lr Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir Calisaya, lr n and Bismuth
Elixir Calisaya, Ferrated
Elixir Caisaya, iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and strcynnla
Elixir Vaierlanate or Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron
Wine or WiU Cherry
Ferrated Wine or Wfld Cherry
comp. Syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
syrup or Uypophosphltes (for Consumption,Bron
Lozenges of Pepsin and fron
Licorice Lozenges, cotalntng Vanilla, Tola, Ae.
Elixir Taraxacum Como. This is a new and valu?
able combination or the medicinal properties
of the Dandelion, Wild cherry ana Gentian,
associated with Aromatics. It ls a very
agreeable and emelen t remedy. Aside from
Its medicinal vlrtn> a, lt ls u-e'ful as a vehicle
and for ma-king the bitter taste or Quinine.
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide ol Potassium.
Syrup Puospn. Qjlnlue, Iron and Strychnia. (Alt
ken's >yrup) for Debility and Nervous frus?
tr?t on, Indigestion, Ohloroals, Ac
Ellx. Vaierlanate of Strychnia
EUX. Pho-ph. Quinine, iron and Strychnia (of the
greatest service where there ls a tendency to
Beer, Wine and Iron, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable In cases of children and
In addition to the above, W. R. warner A Co.
manufacture a tull line or Finid Extracts and
Sugar-coated Pills, ail ot which are to be had at
Manufacturer's Prices, of
DB. H. BAER, No. 131 Meeting street,
mch23-ncAW6mos - Charleston, S. C.
HARLES BER BUSSE,
No. 379 KING STREET,
Has jost returned from the North with a large
Stock of Goods, consisting or :
A large assortment or CHILDREN'S CAR?
RIAGES, rangl?n in price from $4 to $26.
He ls also agent for Colby's celebrated "Little
Washer and Clothes Wringer," the most perfect
and cheapest in ase, which he sel,s at manufac?
turers' price. Call and examine for yourself.
A Full Assortment of Fancy "Groceries.
The Best Place in the City to Fill your Orders.
NO. SOC Bli IVO PTRBET,
A FEW DOORS NORTH OF NEW MASONIC II \LL.
Send for Samples of Tea, and Compare Prices.
Sljirte ano furnishing ?ODDS.
U N D ERW EAR
Attention is invited to my
Immense Stock of
SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
Gent's Half Hose for Summer
Wear in Great Variety.
THE LATEST STYLES OP COLLARS, LINEN
AND PAPER, TIES AND BOWS.
E. SCOTT S
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE TUB MARKET HALL.
CDatcrjts, JetoeiTTj, Ut.
STOCK OF *
French and American Clocks,
IS TO BB FOUND AT
No. 307 KING STREETi
(Cigars ano Soba.10.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO or all kinds.
PIPES or every quality.
Call and examine Stock before buying else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. B.-The Wheel or Fortune constancy on
hand. Invest 26 centa and try your lucie.
mch7 DCA wu r
iQiUiiitrfi, Siram ??<rts, Ut.
<?< PRING OPENING!
MRS. M. J. ZERNOW,
No. 304 KING STREET,
Will open THIS DAY an assortment or MILLI?
NERY GOODS, Ladles* and Children's Ready
Sole Agent for Mlle. DEMOREST'S PAPER
STOCKING SUSPENDERS, and
DRESS-MAKING m all Its branches,
conn try orders will receive prompt attention.
Q?TO A. MOSES, PH. D
Geological Surveys and Maps promptly and
exactly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro?
perties reported upon, and Working Plans for
nlRhe?l. Separat UK and Metallurgical Proc?s*
BeB adapted to Ore Deposits. Special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES or FERTILIZERS.
Drugs, Ores, Mineral?, Ac LABORATORY, .
deciu-stuthsmo No. 28 George street?
Drags at t?ljolcsale
THE (?REIT SOUTHERN TOM THEY ARE WARRANTED
m ENTIB'EL Y ' VEGETABLE.
Universally Popular Stomachic and
A nnetizer. They contain no arsenic or poisonous Ingredients
OUKaa Ui arti rsi a. nous to the avstem uuder any circumstances
PREVENTS CHILLS AND FEVER, and may be administered with perieot saftty to
CREATES APPETITE, 1 an Infant.
RESTORES THE NERVES, They never rail to care the most obstinate case
CUKES DEBILITY", when taken ai directed.
PURIFlFa THE BLOOD Thpy cure Immediately. Inno caie will the patient
RESTORES TONE TO THE STOMACH, ' S^X^BTTS^JS? ^ "*
PLEASANT TOITOBTHP*Rf)nY accomplish the wort by destroying the
?iAUiLiAKAiiMi ?u mc. su u i, cau5e 0; disease, which no other remedy pretends
And ls the most to do
. ^ -"-,,Tr. Theyareaneffectnalpreventlve.nentrallzlngthe
POPULAR BITTERS malarious poison in the] system, and thus avert
Now before the public. Tr? it and be convinced. | lng ita consequences.
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
PROPRIETORS AND WHOLESALE. DRUGGISTS, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Dru ?coos, &i.
I NO. i?44 KING S PRE ET,
Woull respectfully announce to their
mends and customers tri?t they are now
opening In a 1 their Dep?rtaseme auasually
large and elegant assortment of
At the following remarkable low prices :
20 pieces of New and Klcgaot Japaneae
SiLKS, Piala and striped, la Bind; and
colors, for only 75c.
10 pieces Klch Lyons Taffeta Silks, $1
10 pie, e G* os Grain, fl ST, $1 60, $1 75
10 pl- ces Sapero Ores Grain, $2 aud ti 60
2 cases Biacn Alpacas at reduced prices
600 pieces of latest styles Dress Goods, 20,
26 and 3jc.
A sp-endl i seleotlon of Llama Lace Shawls
and Llama Lace Sacks, with and without
sleeves, fi om $10 dp
1 case Black lrou Grenadine, only 26c.
1 case assorted Stripe Grenadine, only 20o.
2 pieces 8-4 Black Silk Grenadine
loo pieces Baila stripe, White Figaro,
20 piec s Diagoaal Piqa?, 40 and 60o.
60 pieces Figured and nowere i, 80 and36c.
?6 pieces Doily Varden Piquea, Elegant
looo pieces or swiss. Jacunet, Check Cam?
bric, Bl-hop and \ lctorla Lawn, Nain?
sook. Gre.v. bargains.
1600 pieces Ho-quno Net, only 76c
loo pieces B ihbinet very low
lo pieces 8-4 Turkey Ked Table Damask,
only $1 26
lo pieces 8 4 Bleached Damask, 76c.
26 Unbleached >-amask, 40 and 60c.
20 dos n Gents' Undershirts, o;.iv 60s.
20 dozen Gents' Undershirts, only 76c. and
20 dozen Ladles' Underveata, only 76c.
6U dozen French Corsets, 76c
loo dozen assorted best Corsets $1 and $2
60 dozen Ladies White Gloves, 16c.
loo dozen Ladies White and Colored
160 dozen Ladles White Hose, 11% to 50c.
100 dozen Gents, half Hose, only 20c
60 dozen EngUsh half Ho-e, 26c
Lawn Handkerchiefs, good quality, only
66c. per dozea
20 dozen Fans, only 60c, worth $1
20 dozen Fans, 76c, worth $1 60
10 dozen Funs, $1, worth $2 60
so rous White Mattie*. 27K and 80c
60rolls Check and Fancy Maning, 33, 40
We have Jost opened a fresh Invoice of Plain,
Bolled and Gros Grain RIBBON, comprising all
the fashionable shades at very popular prices.
HOSIERY ANO PARASOLS.
We call particular attention to the abovo
goods, whir h will be round rial bargains, offer?
ing an opportunity se.dom met with in this city.
OUR CLOTH DEPARTMENT.
This department we have made a specialty,
and shalt continue to devote particular care and
attention to lt. The latest novelties have been
received, and buyers will And an assortment of
goods varied, extensive and unusually cheap.
We desire to call earnest attention to this deport?
ment, as we shall endeavor to render lt more at?
tractive each week, and will gu arantes hat no
hons? ia the city cai excel it In quality or in
Ko. 244 KING- ST?EET.
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By J. L. L?NSFORD,
few Smith Street, north of Wentworth.
?Domo, Saet?es and Dlin?s
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer-in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
STORR' DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
MOULDINGS, WINDOW GLASS, :. .
NEWELS, BUILDERS* HARDWARE,
BALUSTERS, SLATE MANTELS.
OFFICE AND SALESROOMS,
No. 20 Hayne street,
FACTORY, HO RLB EC K'S WHARF,
gOUTO CAROLINA BAlLBOAD.
CHABiBarofr, BiC.. December 28, 1871.
On and arter SUNDAY, December 24, the Fassen
1 ger Tra!us on tue suuch carolina Railroad will ru
FOR AUGUSTA. .
Lcavo Charleston..'.8.io A *
Arrive at Augoata....-.4>36 F v
Leave Charleston.8.10 A i
Arrive at colombia.:.4.06 p a
?' ,5 YOB OnABLBSTON.
Leave Augusta.7.40 A ?
Arrive at charleston.8.20 p ?
Leave Columbia.7.40 A ll
Arrive at Cn arlos ton.;.8.30 r J
TU BO UGH WILMINGTON THAIN. r .
reave Augusta.8.00 A 1
Arrive at kai?ville.9.00 A I
Leave Ringville.1X80 F l
Arrive at Augusta.8.80 F l
^CeOSTA NIGHT BXFRBSS.
. (Sundays excepted.)
Leave Charleston.8.30.F I
Arrive at AugoBta.7.80 A l
Leave Angnata.coo r i
Arrive at Charleston.t>M A 1
COLUMBIA NIGHT CXTKKS8.
Leave Charleston.-7.10 r i
Arrive at colombia.6.80 A I
Leave columbia.7.oo F I
Arrlv* a. Charleston.7.00 A ?
3 UMM Eli VI LLB THAIN.
Leave Summerville at.7.26 A >
Arrive at charleston at.8.46 A i
Leave charleston at.8.30 F *
Arrive at aummervUe at.4.46 P *
Laave Camden.8.16 A *
Arrive at Columbia.10.40 A M
Leave colombia.1.46 F *
Arrive at Camden...:.*.6.26 F i
Day and Night Trains mane close connection!
at Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Centra
Night Train connecta with Macon and Angust?
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and columbia Railroad, and with Charlotte Ruai
to points Non h.
camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ex
ct pt >u m?a VB) with Day Passenger Train, anc
rons through to Ootamtna. .. ..
A. L. TYLER, vice-President;
S. B. PIOKENS. G. T. A. ;_JanlB
A VAN NAH AND CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, Maren 30, 1372.
On aBd after SUNDAT. March Slat, the Pas
! senger Tra?na on this Road will mn aa rollo we:
[ . . EXPRESS TRAIN.
Leave Onartoton dany.3.80 P. M
Arrive at savannah dally.9.46 P. M
Leave Savannah dally.1LS0 P. M,
Arr. ve at Charleston dally.7.20 A. M
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 8.16 A. M
Arrive at savannah, Sundays excepted. 4.16 P. M
Leave Savannah, snnduys excepted... 8.00 A. M
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exe'ted. 4.06 P. M
Freight forwarded daily ou through billa of lad
lng to points in. Florida and by Savannah line 0!
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch gives u
freights lor Bennion and pom ts on Port Hoya
liai i road au il a.' as low rates as by any other Une
.Tickets on sale at thia office for Beaufort ova
Port Royal Railroad. C. 8. GADSDEN,
. elBglneer and superintendent,
s. O. B0YL8T0N, Gen'l Ft. and Ticket Agent,
nprl _? __
The noderslgned has Just received a supply o
the Great Sooth American Cancer Remedy, GUN
DURANGO. H. BAER,
I Janie Ho, 181 Meeting street.
Auction 0al?s~~8bif dat).
W. T. LEITCH & B, 8, BRUN S,
-J Auctioneer?. . ;
IBON SAFES, AT AUCTION. >; .,:1
. ? Will be sold, THIS DAT, At oar Offlcs, ?til
2 IRON SAFES.
By W. Y. LEITCH & B, S. BRUNS,
WILL BB SOLD THI8 MOBNLN?,
15th ins tan t, at 10 o'clock, at Mo. se Broad
one superior made REFRIGERATOR, extra
large, with doable doors, suitable for a large
family or boarding boase.
One Patent ice ouest
One Hume shuttle Sewing Machine, new,
mayl6_ ... _
By W. T. LEITCH & BU 8. BRUNS,
. Auctioneer?. ; . . ; rf iff '
SALE OP PERSONAL PROPERTY OF
E. R. Morris, Es?., nader Judgment of Court
I of Common Pleas.
wm ne sold THIS MORNING, t b e 16 th Instant,
! at ll o'clock, at No. 86 Broad street, .
The PERSONAL PROPERTY of E. R. Moms,
consisting in part of:
Imported G?NS, Rifles. Pistols, Book?, Crooke,
ry, Glassware, Billiard Tables, Pictures, and a
large collection of articles of virtu.
An assortment of DLA MO S DS, Watches, chains,
1 Fngiish DOG CART-two-horse
1 Buggy. v mr
The aboye will be on exhibition prior to dar of
sale. J. W. BARNWELL, '
m ay 16_._Receiver.
By N. A. HUNT.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THIS DAY, at my salesroom, No. 142 Meet?
ing street, at 10 o'clock,
60 cases BOOTS AND SHOES._mayis
By MILES DBASE.
CLOTHING, BATS, &o.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell at
my store, corner King and Liberty street,
Alongllaeof Men's Alpaca, Mohair end Melton
SACKS, Seersucker Sacks and Pints, Nankeen
Pan?,- Linen, Dai k and Drill Panta, Grass-Linen
Coats, All Wool Ve* ts, Boya'- Milts, Ci sal mere
Frocks, Cottonade Pants, Shirts, Drawers, naif
Hose, Handkerchitfs, Gloves, Ac, Ac f " ^
ALSO. - . \: .
A large assortment of Men's and Boya' Chip,
I Leghorn and Panania, Light Felt and Wool HATS,
I Just received per steamer. _ mayl6
By WM. McKAY.
US. GOVERNMENT SALE, :
. Wi 1 be sold OD FrtlDAY, 17th Instant, at
my store, No. 46 Wentworth street, at io o'clock
precisely, . ,
A large lot of H. S. Government STORES. '
mayl6-wfi ,. - ._ Sj
Dj Vf. Y. LEITCH AB. ?. BRUNS,
BEAL ESTATE, BY ORDER: OF THE
i Administrator of the l?state, of 0. D. HAP
wm te Bold on THURSDAY, 16th Instant, at ll
o'clock, at the Old Postern.:e,
That Desirable Two and One Half-Story Brick
RESIDENCE, with necessary Outbuildings, known
aa No. 89 Cannon street, sou.h aide, between
Smith and Felix streets. Lot measures 68 feet
front by 285 reer, more or less, ta depth...
. ' ALSO,
Tim VACANT LOT on Can non street, adjoining
the above to toe west, measuring 46 feet front by .
335 feet m depth, more or less. . . '
ALSO. .. .
Those Three VACANT LOTS in rear of .'the
above, entrance on DereePs court, measuring
each 60 feet front by loi feet in depih. . . . :.
ir desired, this Property will oe sold as a whole.
Terms-One-third cash ; batanee in one and two
?years, with interest. Property to.be Insured;)
! poller assied, purchaser to pay .as for ?apare
and stamps._ mayl4
. By HTJTSON LEE,
VALUABLE PHOSPHATE WORKS FOR
Will bo sold at the east end cf Broad street, on
THURSDAY, 18;h May, 1*72, at ll o'clock A. M. .
The entire PROPERTY or the Farmers'Tettll
lzer Company of South Carolina, c nslsting of :
A TRACT OF LAND, half mlle from the city or
Charleston, contal lng thlrty-uve (36) acres, upon
which have been erected, in a most thorcnghand
wot kmaulike manner,
uno . FRAME MILL, three stories hi g H, 4&xso
uno Brick Engine-Boiler House, 26x40 feet, with
Four Brick Kilns, for drying Phosphate Rock;
aud two Wharves. ?>'?? ?
The MACHINERY,, which lias been most care-,
fully const meted, consists of :
One su-horse power tNoiNE, complete.
Four pair of atones.
One Poole A Hunt Patent Mixer.
bhafilng. Elevators, Beliing, Ac, Ac.
Located on the ?ahley Hiver, where the richest
Phosphate Do, oaltB are found, m immediate prox?
imity to the city or ctarleatoo, with aufnoiont
dtpih of water at the wharf to i>ccommodate the'
lai g est vessels entering t nts harbor, connected 1>y
the souih caro.toa and Northeastern Hallioads, -
which pass truoogh the premises, with the entire.
>onth and West, built expressly for a Phosphate
Miiiufaotarlog Work, and never having been'
used, this property offers unsurpassed induce?
ment io any party desiring to embark in th.s lu-'
Terms of aale-One fourth (JO cash; balance In.
three (8) equal payments, at 3, 6 and 9 months,
secured by bond of the purchaser, bearing in:*r~
eat at the rate ol 7 per coot, per annum, ana mort-;,
gage or the property. Buildings to be insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay auctioneer
for au necessary papers and stamps. -
The Property eau be inspected by parties de?
siring to purcha-e at any time prior to the sale. '
may3-twm6tawth8_? . . ti
UNTTED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
United- States vs. 63 boxea Manufactured
luoacco- United States of America, Sontu Caro.
By vi r tue of an order of sale to me directed and l
delivered from the Honorable the Judge of the <
District Court < f'the U.ited States for aouth Caro
lina District, ia t|_f-f nove stated case, t will ex-1
pose-for sale at PPlo auction, ia irarii.of the..
United States Courthouse, lo Charle-ton, on WFD
NESGAY, the 22d day of May, 1872, at ll o'clock
68 boxes MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
Terms cash. B. M. WALLACE,- -
mayll-fllw2 _ U. ?>. Maranab v
mHE NEW 4'HYMNAL" AT v TWENTY
A . CENTS. .- " .".
We have received a largo supply of the various
editloua'of the NEW HYMNAL, The new 32 mo,
edition at 20 cents, 31 centa and 40 cents; 18 mo..
edition at 40 cents, 60 cents, $1 and upwards. '
FOGARTLE'S BOOK DEJ/OSTTORY.
MEW CATALOGUE, No. ?7. :
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planatoiy, Doctrinal and Historical on the order ;
tor the A .ministration bf the Lord's supper or.
Holy Commun!' n, according to the ase urine '
Church Of England, wita an appendix an tba
ornea for tho communion of the sick, fc" W. E..
Cvcudamore, M. A, 10 cents.
Christ la Modera Lire, Sermons preached In ,
St. Jamel's Chapel, by Rev. Stafford A. Brooke,
The Reformation or the Church of England, Its
history, princip es and results, (1614-1617,)-by
Rev. John Henry Blunt, $6.
The Cou ser vat! ve Reformation and Its Theology,
as represented lu the Augsburg Confession and in
toe History aod LL erature of tho Evangelical
Lutheran Church, by Kramt), $5.
student's Heorew and Chaldeo Lexicon to the
Old Testament, by Benj.Davte, Ph.D., Ac, ta.
Hamliecics aad Pastorul Theology, by Wm. G.
T. .-hedd. D. ti., eighth edition. $3 60.
rho omeo and Work of the Christian Ministry,
by James M. Bapplo, Yale College, $8 so.
A History of .Pntlosopby. from Thales to the
Present Time, by Dr. Uberw-g, VOL l, History of .
the Ancient an J Medieval Phllos iphy, $3 50.
"The speaker's, commentary," tue Holy Bible
according to the authorized version (A D. ion)
with aa explanato y and critical commen>ary
and a revision ot toe tranalatlon, by Bisuopa and
other ciergy of the Anglican Church, edited by "
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Genesis-Exodu*-$5. j . . .-. .
systematic Theology by Charles Hodge, D. D, .
vols, l and 2. tach $4 50.
staunton'* Ecclesiastical Dictionary, $4. .' :-.;>
Hagen bach's bis to ry or the church in the is UL
and ist h Centuries, 2 vois., $6.
MasBon's Ltf- of Milton, with the History or his
Times, VC 2.1836V40. ?4 60.
Toe Agreement of Science and Revelation, by
Rev. Jos. H. Wy me. M. D., $176.
The Life ot John J. Crittenden, with selections
from his correspondence and speeches, edited ny
his daughter, Mrs. Chapman coleman, voL 1/
$760. ? .,
The Science of Wealth, a Manual or Political.
Economy, embracing the laws of trade, cunreaoy
and nuance, for popuar reading and use aaa
text book, by Amasa Walker, L.L. D., $1 50. . ..
What to Do, and Wny. and How to Educate
each Man for his proper -Work, ny- NeUon hirer. :
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Dnke Yonge, of Queen's College, Belfast, $2. - -
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written by himself, now complete tn 3 vols.. $6." "
%. Initial taper ana Envelopes, In* boxea.
Freuen, English and American, a variety or styles,
a uousoallv low prices. _
NEW NOVELS AND LIGHT LITERATURE RE?
CEIVED BY STEAMER EVERY WEEK.
mf Persons residing lu the country w?lplease
bear In mind that by ? ending thelroraers w."-1"*
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charged only the pi ice of the Book, we pay ??