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Lines on the Death or James R. Prin?
gle, Jr., by C. A. n.
How hard It ts to kiss the chast'ning rod;
How bard to give our treasure up to Ooo;
How h i rd to lay our loved ones 'ut ath the ch urch
The heart bowed down beneath Its weight of woe,
Rebels In bitterness against the blow,
Which crashes hope, and laya Its household Idol
And when the reaper, with resistless power.
Enters, unchecked, wltblu the gardeu bower.
Where God has planted many a lovely dower,
And with ruthless hand the blossoms blight,
Aa on the stem t ey bloom lu beauty bright,
'Till only o;i? la left to cheer the aching sight.
How with parental love, and tender care,
We on our hearts that single flower wear.
Guarding lc from each emily Dlast and wintry
Until as years roll on, ire fear no ill.
We dream not suns can wilt or frosts can kill,
So hardy seems the plant we chet Uh fondly still
Ah, then when comes the ever-dreaded foe,
And cats it down with sharp unsparing blow,
Who can meet out the depth of our unspoken woe 1
'Tis there with them, the stricken ones, who weep
O'er him, now resting in bis dreamless sleep
Within the tepulchre, so cold, and dark, and deep.
Their much loved son, their pride, their hope and
The last one left to cheer life's wintry day
Or many suus and daughters, long since pass'd
Hay He, who can the waves or anguish still.
And with sweet peace the mourning solrlt Hil,
Cheer the bereft ones, in their tune or grief and
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In order to facilitate their proper arrange?
THE SEASON IN SUMMER* 11-Ll'.
Important Improvements In Progress
New Comers and New Residences-A I <
Charming Sammer Resort for Charles- I t
Ionian?. I -
[PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT ]
SuuuERvrLLR, May 14. I,
This popular summer resort is now being J1
rapidly filled with rusticating Charlcstoniany.
Ia addition to those families which have regu?
larly resorted hither lu summers past, others 11
are wheeling into line, and the present indica
tion ls that the place will this season be more ;
crowded than ever. After the heat and toil of (
business hours are over, the banker, the bro- (
ker, the factor, the gr. cer, the lawyer, In fact
men from every department of business lite, c
repair here lo recruit their energies for the 11
morrow's work. The invigorating Influence 11
of the pine breezes, laden with the penunie of
a thousand kinds ot wild flowers, the whisper?
ing trees, and the exceedingly ceol nights, is
weil known and widely appreciated.
A ?arty ot Northern ladies and gentlemen
are sojourning at one of the principal board?
ing houses. They spend their ofternoons In
playing croquet or rambling about the woods,
and appear to be having a delightful time.
Several Charleston merchants have recently
purchased dwellings here, and some of these
are now being enlarged and improved. A
prominent lawyer of Charleston, long a resl- (
dent of this place, ls about to commence the
erection of a new and more spacious residence '
on the site of his present one. The town I
council likewise appear to be waking up; all t
low spots within the corporate limits are being
thoroughly drained, new streets luid our, old
ones straightened, and sidewalks thrown up,
and In these and other ways the elly fathers
are mani! ?sting a spirit of energy and enter?
prise which is commendable in the highest
degree. In addition to chickens, eggs and I (
other varieties ol rural fare, the tables are I \
supplied with an abundance of fine fish from 1
the head waters of the Ashley near by, where
they are taken in unusual numbers this season.
Quite a curiosity, which attracts the atten?
tion of most visitors to Summerville, is the.
poultry yard of Mr. Evert E. Bedford. Il con-11
talas a large number of different kinds ol
fancy fowls, ducks and pigeons, and some of,
the varieties are very beautiful. i
Mr. Bedford is an indefatigable and very
successful chicken fancier and columbarlao,
and lt ls a peculiarity of his fowls that they
are always thriving and flourishing, and oi
the eggs which he disposes of to other poultry ?
raisers that they seldom fail to produce floe 1
lusty pullets of all the beautiful varieties of
Brahmas. Cochins, Dorkings, dec. 1
The crops and gardens in this vicinity bad
been Buffering considerably on account of the
want of rain, which prevailed here until last 11
Saturday, but the heavy rain with which WP
were visited on the morning of that day ha?
wonderfully revived everything, and now the
vegetation of all kinds is looking very promis-.
lng. X. |1
THE CROPS IN SUMTER.
Their Condition and Prospects.
I[PR0M OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
BiSHOPVrLLB, S. C., May ll.
In compliance with your request of planters
for accounts of the crop prospects, I embrace
a leisure moment to make a brief report. The
seasons have shifted from one extreme to the
other, from very wet to very dry weather.
From the middle of April to the present date
no rain scarcely has fallen. Corn came up
well after lying in the ground several weeks, I <
but ls small and suffering for want of rain, | <
stands somewhat broken In placet- by the bud
worms, the cool mornings being favorable for
their depredations. Persons who planted cot- !
ton from the 10th to the 20th of April got pret?
ty fair stands, but many, hindered Tn their (
preparations by the bad weather in February
ana March, were backward In planting, and '
have now to walt for rain to bring un their e
cotton, a serious loss of time being thus In- /
Where stands were obtained the cotton is
dying considerably, causing gaps, and unless
rain comes very soon, it is feared those ol us
who got stands will be in a worse condition
-than those who did not. The young cotton
has Bcarcely any root, and the earth drying
below lt causes the plant to wilt and die.
The area planted, as compared with that of | ]
last year, la about ten per cent, more, but
therjLiB, perhaps, half the ceed still in the
There ls a partial rise ol sweet potatoes and
upland rice, where planted early. Our gar?
dens are "growing beautifully less" every day
under the Influence of drought.
When it is considered how wholly depend?
ent we are upon the seasons R would be too 11
presumptuous In any one to make a prediction
as to the probable yield of this cotton crop,
and, indeed, no calculation at this early date
would be worth the paper upon which they
were written. H. A. J.
JOTTINGS ABOUT THE STATE.
-The farmers are con:plaining of the dry t
season. It ls beginning to work serious in- j <
jnry to the young crops. | :
-Almost a murder occurred about eight
miles above Columbia, on the Winusboro'
road, on the 7th Instant. Two women, named
Henrietta Brown and Margaret ---, work?
ing for John Gibbes, colored, got into a dis-1?
pule, when Henrietta struck Margaret a tre-1,
mendous blow on the head with a rake,
breaking In the skull.
-Three colored mun-Ellas Caldwell, Bob
Biggera and Joe Hutson-were engaged oue 11
day last week blasting rock In a weil on the | <
premises of W. B. Byers, a lew miles distant
from Rock IIill. They were at the bottom of
the well fastening the fuse, when one ot the
Iron tools with wbioh they were working
struck fire from the rock, the fuse ignited and
A terrible explosion took place, severely I \
wounding Ellas and Joe, and slightly injuring 11
Bob, who hastily climbed out ol the weil and
.called for assistance. The wounded men were
taken out and are receiving proper medical
attendance. Ellas had his leg broken. Joe
waifearfuHy injured, having both Jaw-bones
and " his collar-bone broken. Both of the
unfortunate men were badly burned by the
A SEW DEPARTURE.
tineen Victoria Scored as a Sabbath
A London letter writer speaks of the offence
which Queen. Victoria 'has given to the Ortho?
dox Church people of England by recent ex?
cursion and festivities on the Sabbath. When
she started for Baden-Baden, not long ago, ber
pretiy yacht actually set sail across the Chan?
nel on the first day of the week, and Hie
Evangelicals were struck with horror. The
most pious of the newspapers, the Rock,
?poa whick rock the Evangelical wing of
the Church is built, remonstrated bitterly
against her Majesty thus breaking tho Sab?
bath, without the excuso of any call of
mercy or charity, her v sit being purely one
of pleasure, and the thing excitea such a gen?
eral mourning among the-Orthodox thin the
Momio!; Advertiser (Hie established oigan
of liquor snups and Evangelical religion) In?
vented a new calendar to try and prove that
the Queen had somehow voyaged on the Sao
bith without Invading it-a theory alus,
which only excited laughter when the tele?
graph ?howeii that her Majesty began her
travels with the Sabbath, und did not pause
during a siugle one of Its twenty-four hours.
But what was the horror when, alter all this
discussion, this mourning, thisgrlel, th . n
nouncement came that her Majesty had lued
on Sunday also for her return journey. .. We
were obliged last week," said the church or?
gan gravely, M to call attention to the needless
disregard of the Lord's Day shown by ihe
Queen in choosing it lor her Journey to Ger?
many. It was no urgent summons on a matter
of i..e and death which called her Majesty to
the Coutineni, and the choosing ol sii"h a day
cannot, but be regarded as a deliberate Insult
to the religious ieellogs ot millions of loyal
Fubjects. Hutt insult, it appears, is to bo re?
peated, and, 'according to present arrange?
ments,' the Queen's yacht will arrive at Ports?
mouth on Sunday afternoon. Il is to be
hoped, however, that those in authority will
yet, see fit to convey to her Majesty an Intima?
tion of the regret and pain which these bab
bath-breaking pleasure trips are regarded by
a Christian people. To royally thc country
looks for au example." It ls Intimated thal
the Queen did intend to set an example, and
purposely selected Sunday for travelling in
order to show her sympathy with the free
Sunday people. The remonstrances of the
church newspapers were ol uo avail, and she S
within a lew days afterwards gave them fresh (]
cause for complaint by giving a grand dinner
party at Windsor Castle on a Sabbath, during i
which the boom of the cannon drowned the
music of the church bells.
Ca.HDIDi.TKS FOR TUB M ETHODtST EPISCOPA?
CY.-The Methodist bishops have advocated
in Increase of their number to twelve, which
would require eight to be elected by the Gen?
irai Conference now in session, for which .
.here aro about an hundred candidates. 111
Unong those mentioned ns prominent are the 'c
jecretarles of the conference- Rev. W. L.
Harri.?, P. D., of Ohio; Dr. Erastus 0. Daven,
Detroit, president of the Northwestern Uni?
versity; Dr. Cyrus D. Foss, ot New York; Dr.
Sdward G. Andrews, of Brooklyn, ex-presi
lentof Cazenovlu Seminary; Thomas M. Ed-j
ly. ol Baltimore Conlerence; J. P. Newman,
>t Washington, who is at least as well known
i politician as he is In the ministerial capa?
city; also Dr. L. C. M ?alack, ol the Louisiana I
Conference, and Dr. Alonzo Webster, of South I A
Carolina; Drs. W. F. Warren, of New England, | L
)tis Gibson, of California, Stephen M. Merrill,
if Ohio, and S. M. Reid, of Michigan. It Is
ilso suued that some of the colored confer
suces and people arc asking for a bishop of
heir race, and Rev. Jos. Lynch, of Mlisissip
?I, secretary ol' State ol that commonwealth,
md Benjamin R. Brown, of Washington, are
.iked of._ _
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ESTATE NOTICE.- ALL PARTIES
having claims against the late EDWIN D.
.>?TON, will present the same, duly attested,
ind those Indented will make payment to A I'?
ll STINE T. SMYTHE, Esq, Attorney at Law,
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RHE STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
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bon Pleas.-W. A. COURTENAY, for Union
?vharves, et al, Plaintiffs, vs. the City Council uf
Charleston, Defendants.-Order Tor lujunctlon.
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uotion of BUIST & BUIST, Plaintiff's Attorneys :
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he City Council of Charleston, their officers,
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irough, set forth in the complaint, for the pur?
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lian Well, in the said City ol charleston, to be
ised Indiscriminately by all persons and ani?
mals in the said city, or from filing the same with
water from said An?alan Well or otherwise, until
:he further order of the (?outt.
(Mgned) R. F. GRAHAM.
May 2, 1872.
I certify that the within ls a true COOT or the
original order ror Injunction, or Hie in tits office.
A C. RICHMOND, C. C. C P.,*
maya Charleston County,
Cloding, (EaUonng, Ut.
SPRING AND SUMMER, 1872.
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?lb karolina Bitters.
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS!
A. DELIGHTF UXu TONIC.
The Southern Country has been so flooder) wl<h Bitters and Tonics,all professing to be panaceas
for every disease that . n. sh 1B heir to," that it 1B with some diffidence we place oar OLD CAROLINA
BUTEItS before thc public. We feel emboldened to do BO, however, from the marked favor they
have met with the past Ave years, and the continu d demand from every section of the conntrj
where they have been once introduced, is evidence that they possess some merit.
WANT OF APPETITE,
THE OLD CAROLINA BITTERS ARE NOT A VILE FANCY DRINK,
Bot are compounded hy an Experlenc-d chemist, and contain some of the very heat Tonics found in
the Pharmacopoa, blended with select Indigenous roots and herns, together formlos a most delight?
ful Tonic, and can be taken with perfect safety by the old and young. The delicate female, sofJerlDs
from prostration ano nervous debility, will find in the "OLD CAROLINA BITTERS" a remedy that
will itraduallv ht rena then the system, invigorate the spirits and restore bloom to the pale cheek. We
have never offered onr bitters as a cure for all Diseases, but, as a Reliable Tonic, they have no equal
in general debility of tho system resulting from Intermittent, Typhoid. Malarial and Nervona Fevers.
Taken In small doses, the ca oil na Bitters win be round highly beneficial and the patient will find
himself with altered feelings after he has taken a few bottles. Try lt once and yon will be convinced.
For sale by all Druggists aud Grocers, and at Wholesale by tue Manufacturers,
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AND DRUQQIST3 is solid tea to the elegant
JOHN WYETH & BROTHER,
They are rustle with scrapulons eire and ex?
actness, and their facilities for manufacturing en?
able them to offer these preparations of the purest
qnallty, and at less rate than they can be prepar?
ed for lu small quantities. They are in dally use
by our best practitioners In all parts of the coun?
try, and consist In part or:
IXTRAOT OF BEEF, CITRATE OF IRON AND
Extract or Beef and Wine
Extract of Beef and Wine, Iron and Cinchona
Tasteless Cod Liver OH
Tasteless Cod Liver OH, Ferreted
Wine or calisaya
Elixir Pepsin and Bismuth
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth, Strychnia and Iron
Elixir Torraxacnm, Compound
Syrup Lach. Phos. Limo
Elixir Bromide Sodium
Compound Syrup Plins. Manganese
Syrup Super Phos. Iron
Kl I.\u- calisaya Bark, Iron and Bismuth
Ellx. Phos. Iron. Quinine and Strychnia
Elixir of Gentian, Ferrate.1
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strychnia
Elixir of Calisaya Bark
Compound Syrup of Bypophosphitcs
Bitter Wine of Iron
Ferreted Wine or Wild Cherry Bark
Elixir Valenanate of Ammonia
Elixir Valorlanate Ammonia and Quinine
Elixir Bromide Potassium
Elixir of the Pyrophosphate of Iron
Comp. Finid Ext. Buchu and Parelra Brava
Compound Syrup of Phosphate, or Chemical Food
Feiratcd Elixir of Cinchona
Wine or Wild Cherry Bark
Elixir Valerlanate of Strychnia
Wine of Pepsin
Elixir of Bismuth
Elixir of Hops ,
Ferreted Cordial Elixir
Elixir Calisaya Bark, Iron and Strychnia.
All or the above preparations will be supplied at
thc manufacturers' prices by
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
CHARLESTON, S . C.
CHARLESTON, S. C., December 23, ifni.
On and arter SUNDAY, December 24, thc Passen?
ger Trains on the south carolina Railroad will ran
Leave Charleston.8.10 A M
Arrive at Augusta.4.25 r M'
Leave Charleston.8.10 A M
Arrive at Columbia.4.06 F M
Leave Augusta.7.40 A M
Arrive at charleston.8.20 F u
Leave Columbia.7.40 A u
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 p it
TUROUOU WILMINGTON TRAIN.
Leave Augusta.8.00 A M
Arrive at Ringville.?.oo A M
Leave Ringville.12.30 F M
Arrive at Augusta. 0.30 p M
AUGUSTA NIOtIT BXPRBSS.
Leavo Charleston.8.30 F M
Arrive at AuguBta.7.30 A M
Leave Augusta.6.00 p M
Arrive at uharleston..'..6.66 A M
COLUMBIA NIUUT KXIMKSS.
Leave Charleston.7.10 F M
Arrive ul Columbia.6.80 A M
Leave Columbia. 7.00 F u
Arrive at. Charleston. 7.00 A M
Leave Summerville ut. 7.25 A M
Arrive at uharleston at. 8.46 A M
Leave charleston at.3.3i) P M
Arrive at >animcrvli)e at.4.46 F M
Leave Camden.6.16 A M
Arrive at Columbia.10.40 A M
Leave columbia..:. 1.46 F M
Arrive at Camden.6.26 P M
Day and Night Traine make close connections
at Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Centra)
Night Train connecta with Macon and Angnata
Columbia Night Train connecta with Greenville
and columbia Railroad, and with Charlotte Road
to points North.
Camden Train connecta at Ringville daily (ex?
cept Mundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
rons through to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
8. B. P10KF.N8. Q. T. A._jan?
~ A V A N N AH AND CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, starch 30, 1872.
On ana after SUNDAY, March s 1st, the Pas?
senger Tra?na on this Road will run as follows:
Leave Charleston dally.8.30 P. H.
Arrive at savannah dally.8.45 P. M.
Leave Savannah dally.11.80 P. M.
Arr.ve at Charleston dally.7.20 A. M.
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 8.16 A. M.
Arrive at savuunab, Sundays excepted. 4.16 P. M
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted... 8.oe A. M
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exe'ted. 4.06 P. M
Freight forwarded daily ou through billa or lad
lng to points In Florida und by Savannah Une o:
steamships to Huston. Prompt dispatch given tc
freights for beaufort and points on Port Hoya
Railroad and a os low rat PS as by any other line
Tickets on sale at this offlco for Beaufort over
Port Royal Railroad. C. a. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent.
S. C. BOYLSTON, Gen'l Ft. and Ticket Agont.
QT TO A. MOSES, Pu. D'
Geological Surveys and Maps promptly and
exactly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro
pi riles reported upou. and Working Plans fur?
nished. Separat ug and Metallurgical Proc?s
ses ndaptedoto Ore Deposits. Special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES Of FERTILIZERS,
Drugstores, Minerals, Ac. LABORATORY,
deczi-fltm hflmo_Nn. 23 George street
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND KENO
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By J. L. LUNSFORD,
reba smith Street, north of Wentworth.
Drago arto ?Heoicines.
ALF. LABARRAQUE AND Co
Approved by the Imperial Academy
Thc Quintana Labarraqne is an eminently
tonic and febrifuge Wine, destined to replace
all the other preparations of Peruvian Bark
Thc Bark W ines usually employed inme
dicinc are prepared from Barks which vary
considerably in the degree to which they
possess the desired properties. Besides,
owing lo the manner in which they are pre?
pared, these Wines contain scarcely more
than thc traces of active principles, and
these always in variable proportions.
The Quinium Labarraqne, approved by
the Academy of Medicine, constitutes, on the
contrary, a m?decine of determined compo?
sition, rich in active principles, and on wich
Physicians and Patients can always rely.
Thc Quinium Labarraqne is prescribed
wil II groat success for persons of weak con?
ti! ulion, or for those del) i li lated by various
exhausting causes or past sickness ; for youths
fatigued by loo rapid growth; for young
girls whose development takes place with
difficulty ; lor women in childbirth; and for
aged portons enfeebled by years or illness.
lt is the beat preservative against Fevers.
In eases of Chlorosis, Anemia, orGreensik
ness, lilis Wine is a powerful auxiliary of
Hie ferruginous pr?parations. In conjunction,
lor example, with V.u.1.1 T'S PIUS, thc rapidi?
ty of its action is really marvellous.
Peral in Paris, L. FRERE, 19, rue Jin1).
Agents lu Charleston: DOWIB, MOISE
L A DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists.
Drrj (Socos, ??i.
NO. ?44 KING STREET,
Wooli respectfully announce to their
friends and customers that they are now
opening in a l their Departments unusually
large and elegant assortment of
At the following remarkable low prices :
20 pieces of New and Elegant Japanese
SiLKS, Plain and striped, in Blactc and
colors, for only 75c
10 pieces Rich Lyons Taffeta Silks, $1
and $l ?5
10 plei e Qi os Grain, $1 37, $1 60, $1 75
io plrccs Superb Oros Grain, $2 and $2 60
2 ruses Blacic Alpacas at reduced prices
coo pieces of latest styles Dreaa Goods, 20,
26 and 30c.
A splendid selection of Llama Lace Shawls
and Llama Lace Sacka, with and without
sleeves, from $10 up
1 case Black Iron Grenadine, only 26c.
1 case assorted stripe Greuadlne, only 20c.
2 pieces 8-4 Black Silk Grenadine
io j pieces Satlu Stripe, White Figures,
20 pieces Diagonal Piqu", 40 and 60c.
60 pieces Figured and Ho were I, 30 and 36c.
26 pieces Bony Varden Piques, Elegant
1000 pieces ol swiss. Jacouet, Chees, cam?
bric, Bishop and victoria Lawn, Nain
aooK. Grear, bargains.
1690 piece? Moquno Net, only 76C
100 pieces B >t>binet very low
io pieces 8-4 Turkey Red Table Damask,
only $1 26
lo pieces s-4 Bleached Damask, 75c.
26 Unbleached "amass, 40 and 60c.
2U iii z n cents' Undershirts, only 50c.
20 dozen Gents' Undershirts, only 76c. and
20 dozen Ladles' Undervesta, only 75c.
60 dozen French Corsets, 76c
loodozeu assorted best Ourseta si and $2
60 dozen Ladles White Gloves, 16c.
100 dozen Ladies White and Colored
150 dozen Ladles White Hose, 12>? to 60c.
100 dozen Gents, half Hose, only 20c.
50 dozen English half Ho-e, 26c.
Lawn HandKerchlefs, good quality, only
65c. per dozen
20 dozen Fans, only soc., worth $1
20 dozen Kans 75c., worth SI 60
10 dozen Fan-i, St. worth $2 60
60 rons White Matting, 27 >i and 80c.
60 rolls Check and Fancy Matting, 33, 40
we have Just opened a fresh invoice of Plain,
Bolled and Groa Grain RIBBON, comprising all
the fashionable shades at very popular prices.
HOSIERY AND PARA80L8.
We call particular attention to the above
goods, wale h will be found real bargains, offer?
ing an opportunity seldom met with In thia city.
OUR CLOTH DEPARTMENT,
This department we have made a specialty,
aud bimi: continue to devote particular care and
attention to ir. The lateat noveltlea have been
received, and buyers will Und an assortment of |
goods varied, extensive and unusually cheap.
We desire to call earnest attention to this depart?
ment, as we shall endeavor to render it more at?
tractive each week, and will guarantee that no j
bouse lu the city caa excel lt la quality or In
jun.iuutui tv iUi4
No. 244 KING STREET.
WRAPPING F APEE FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS In large or small quantit?s.
Price CO CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
office of THE NEWS, may la
Portion ggfcB^TOs W?j.
By LAUREY, .?LEXAJTOERITCO.
NEW ORLEANS SUGAR, HG?B?'JL
DEBS, Hams and Strim.
".iPl\,DA,v, leth instant, win be sold, before oar
T e??? .89 East Bay. at io o'clock,. '
? Jj0}"- Choice New Orleans SUGAR
Jo? rWved8.h?Uldera' HamB and Strtp8'
CoDdliions cash. mayle
Bj LAUREY, ALEXANDER & CO.
TRIS DAT, laih Instant, win be srid,before
our Store, No. 86 East Bay, at io o'clock, by or?
der of the Collector of Internal Revenue,
8 boxes TOBACCO. -
Conditions cash. _mayl6
By PAUL BL ALANE & CO.
WILL BE SOLD THIS DAY, BEFOSE
oar Store, No. lil East Bay, at half-past
2 crates CROCKERY,
Consisting of Chambers, Tea Pots,' Pitchers,
Bowls, Ac LT-fc?-.
Conditions cash._;_may 16
By JEFFORDS & CO.
HAMS, SHOULDERS, BUTTEE, &a
We win /tea la front of oar store; at o
37 barrels Choice Canvassed HAMS
400 Bright Shoulders
100 tnbs Choice New May Butter. may!6
By WM. McKAY.
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Will be sold THIS DAY, at bis store, 45
vt entworth street, at 10 o'clock.
The contents or a TAILORING ESTABLISH-.
MENT, consisting of FI vE FRENCH OASSIMERE,
TWEEDS, Aa, AC.
A general assortment or Piece Goods, Clothing,
Hosiery, Notions, Ac. mayie .
By HUTSON LEE,
VALUABLE PHOSPHATE WORKS FOR
wm be sold at the east end of Broad street,
THIS DAY. 16th May, 1872, at ll o'clock A. M.
The PROPERTY or the Farmers' Fertilizer Com.
pany of South Carolina, consisting of : - . -;
A TRACT OF LAND, hali mlle from the City.of
Charleston, containing 60 acres high Land, 17
acres marsh, with right or way twenty Jeet wide
Lom public road to Works,and ten feet:.when
Railroad Track is graded to Join South Carolina
Failroad; npon which have been erected, in a
most thor ugh and workmanlike manner,
One FRAME MILL, three stories high, 46x80
One Brick Engine-Roller House, 25x40 feet, with
Four Brick Kilns, for drying Phosphate Rock,
and two Wimrve?. -i .......
The MACHINERY, which bas been most care?
fully consti neted, consists of :
One ?u-horse power tNGINE, complete. '
Four pair of stones.
One Poole A Hunt Patent Mixer.
Shaf> lng, Elevators. Belting, Ac, Ac
Located on the Ashley River, where the richest
Phosphate Deposits aro found, in Immediate prox?
imity to the City of Charleston, with Bntflctent
depth of water at thc wharf to accommodate the
?ai g rat .vessels entering this harbor, connected, by
the S. e. and N. E. Railroads, with the entire
> ou tit and West, built expressly for a Phosphate
Manufacturing Work, and never having been,
used, thia Property offers unsurpassed lndnce
menis to any party desiring to embark In this lu?
crative business. . . I?n?t*
Terms of sale-One fourth (JO cash; balance in
three(3) equal payments, at 3, 6 and 9 months,
secured by bond of the purchaser, bearing in.er?
en at the rate of 7 percent, per annum, and mort?
gage or the property. Buildings to bo Jnsared
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay.anctlom.er
for all necessary papers aud stamps. '
The Property eau be Inspected by part?as de?
siring to parchado at any time prior to the tala.
may!9_. _... . ?. y.-:
Auction Sale8~~Jutnr? JBarj?. \
By J. DRAYTON FORD.
ri ROC ERY AND RESIDENCE IN LINE
VT STREET-STORE AND RESIDENCE IN
Wilt be sold at the east end of Broad street, in
the City of diaries ton, on TUUK3DAY, the 2Sd of
Hay, 1872, at public outcry, at il o'clock A. M..
The GROCERY STORE AND RESIDENCE at?
tached, at the southwest corner of Line amt St.
Pinup streets, in charleston. The Lot measures
about seventy-three feet on Line, by about for ty?
rl ve feet on sc Phillp street, be the same more or
less. Thia ls a desirable location for a Grocery
The LOT OF LAND, with THREE-STORY BRICK
STORE AND RESIDENCE, on north side of Trail rt
street, next west of Bedon's alley, known as NO.
26, measuring on Trodd street about thirty feet,
aud lu depth about sixty-eight feet, more or less.
Tula property ls now rented ut a very remunera?
Terms, for both pieces of property, are-Oner
third to be cash ; baiauce by bonus payable in
one and two years, secured by mortgage? of prop?
erty, Interest on bonus to be semi-annual. .The
Store and Residence to be insured for credit por?
tion, and policies to be properly assigned. Pur?
chasers to pay J. D. FORD for papers and stamps.
mayi6-thstn4_ , .
By A. C. MCGILLIVRAY,
EW. M. MACKEY, SHERIFF OF
. Char.eaton Ouunty vs. B? C. DeLarge et al.
t>i virtue or an order or court, made in the
above stated case by the Hon. K. F. Graham,
Judge of the First Circuit, to mo. directed, will be
Bold, on THURSDAY, the 23d of May, 1872. Tu
fr o nt of the Postofflce, Broad street, Charleston,
at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, with tte- buildings
thereon, situate oa the sontn side of Princess
street, City of Charleston, and known In a plan
ol ctuu les Parker, surveyor, made by order of
the City Council, In January, 1316, and resarveyed
by William Hume, surveyor, In February, 187i>,
by the Nu. 6; measuring, la front on Princess
street 21 feet 4 incoes, on the south Hue 21 feet 9
inches, and in oeptb, oa the east and west line?,
40 feet l inch be aa>d dimensions more or less;
bouudlng north on Princess street, south on Lands
of-, east on Lot No. 7, and west on Lot No. e.
Terms-One-haif.eaah; balance in one year, se?
cured by bond of purchaser, with lal crest T om
day of sale, payable semi-annually, and mortgage
of the premises; bud tings to be insured and poli?
cy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. E. V. M. MACKEY,
By A. C. Me?ILLlYRAY,
ANN ELIZA MATHEWS VS. J. S. K.
LEGARE, Executor of Mrs. E. B. White,
. by virtue of an order of the Hon. R. F. Graham,
to me directed, will be sold, on THURSDAY, the
23d day of May, matant, In front of the Court?
house, at Charleston, alli o'clock A- M.
ail that LOT OF LAND, on the southeast corner
ofTradd and Greenhill street*, measuring and
containing thirty-eight feet on Tradd street py
oue hundred and fifty-three feet on Greenhill
street wltu a quantity of old bricks thereon, the
property being ?old to change investment. -
Terms-As mu Ji cash as will puy the expenses
or sale and or the proceedings In (hts case; bal?
ance oa a credit or two years, with Interest from
day of sale, payable annually.
' bj. W. M. MACKEY,
may6-th3 Sherlif of Charleston County, i
Auctioneers' grioate gales, Ut.
TSSSf* Y. LEITCH & R. S. BR?5S,
AT PRIVATE SALE-THE HAND?
SOMEST Residence in the City.
That elegau t and s p ac tu u s Mansion at i he north
fast corner of Rutledge and Montague streets,
with fine grounds, Kitchen, Stable and outouUd
inga: Lot measures .35 feet front by 218 feet In
depth on Montague street.
> or full description and terms, arp'y at our
Otlke, Ko. 36 Broad btreet. mayu-tutnsS
TO BE READY JULY 1ST.
By lu 0, Emerson, of Bo J ton; and H. R. Palmer!
PRICE $16 Ot
As the previous works of these gentlemen
have had very marked success in the East and in
the Weat, the coming Book cannot fall to be the
Success of the Season.
Specimen Pages sent (free) on application.
Managers of Sabbath Schools are becoming
more and more convinced that the beaut Lui
(Price 30 centajpaper, 36 cents bound) ls one or
the very best Books?
WINNER'S NEW SCHOOLS
Plane-forte, Cabinet Organ, Guitar, Cornet,
Violin, Fife, Accord?on, German Accord?on,
Clarionet, Flute, Flageolet, costing but 76 costs
each, are Just what are needed for cheap and at?
tractive instruction books.
Charming Song, THE GATES AJAR, Thomas40.
The above Books and piece, sent, postpaid, sn
receipt of retail price. ?Tcn?t?ft
OLIVER DIT*?N * GO., I C. D-MTSONA CO.
Boston. 1 ftew IU"'