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Cr REE],EY AS A POST.
Horace Greeley, the very same who is candi?
date for the Presidency, is a writer of sonnets-at
least he has written one. We presume but few or
the present generation Uave ever read a line of
Greeley's poetry, and we will not Keep them walt?
ing. In a book or Typographical Miscellanies, pub?
lished thirty-three years ago, when the Tribune
waa yoong and Its editor vigor?os, we find tho
Sonnet-A Portrait ora Lady.
BT HORACE ORERI.i^V.
The blissful Jone of Lire : I love to gaze
On its sweet wealth ol ripening loveliness.
And lose the thought that o'er my saddening
Grim care has worn clnnds which will depress
In spite or stoic pride and stern resolve :
B< au ty like this the waste or life redeems
'Round lt-their soo-the coldest hearts revolve,
Warm'd baos to youth and gladdened by Its
But lady i tn that mild, soul-speaking glance,
Those lustr?os orbs, returning beaveu Its hue,
I greet an earlier friend-forgive the trance ?
Tts nature only. Imaged bere so trne
That, brleny. I forgot the painter's art
and hailed the presence of a Queenly heart.
A ROYAL RADICAL ROW.
The Waning Faotlon at Thirty-two
Plnckney against Campbell-The Cry
to Arm?, and the Campbellttes Driven
from the Field-Trial Justice Plnck?
lr ROM AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT.]
ST. JAHF.S SANTEE, S. C., June 8.
A meeting was held to-day at the Thirty -
two-mile House, Sc. James Santee, by the
rowdy Radicals, liberal and uniibera', for the
purpose of electing a chairman of their party
In the parishes. The meeting was organized
by electing Moses Reid chairman, and P. B.
Trial Justice W. G. Pinckney then assumed
the duties of ibo chair, and explained the
the object of the meeting, as well as a great
many other things, which he has often done
before, such as his original birth and training,
also what he had done for hu people, alluding
often lo "Old massa" and his government,
abusing Normern men who had settled among
us most bitterly, and appealing to the sympa?
thies of his hearers at great le nu th. The
party, however, being divided Into the Pinck?
ney and the Campbell - parties, both leaders
aspiring to the office to be Ailed, the Campbel
lltes became Impatient, and called on the
chair for tao election. *l'he chairman tried in
vain to call the meeting to order. Pinck?
ney still stubbornly ret used to surrender the
stand, and bis opponents began interrupting
him by interrogating him, and deni lng his as?
sertions, and accusing him of repeatedly Bell?
ing them out and of trying todo so now; also
of being bought with bacon aud red corn by
the candidates he supported. He in turn
denied the charges in a profane and sacrile?
gious manner. HP, however, in due lime '
gave war *nd allowed one of his opponents
to take t ne stand, who bad not spoken long
before no assailed Plnckney's character in ?
such a way as to prove unbearable. Pinckney
Interrupted him, and being backed by his fol- ]
lowers, all talking so as to render any distinc?
tion impossible, the excitement grew high aud i
words ripened to blows. The speaker was
pulled down from his stand, when he made 1
straight at Pinckney, and they closed for the
opening of a general row. A rush was made
by both parties at them and on them, also Into
a room where there ls an armory of State
Rifles, pistols, knives and clubs were now
flourished In fury, everybody doing or want?
ing to do something lo somebody. The secre?
tary lett table, books, papers, Ac., and leaped
over the balusters on to his mule. Away
home he went. Some were running to and
fro, wild with excitement, and some with
lear. Jabbeilng women with hoes charged
the mob, and, Anally, the Campbellltes were
driven from the field with no one hurt.
Pinckney'a lace was somewhat bunged. The '
victorious champion now returned to bis stand,
and calling his crowd around him, and with .
heart and eyes too full to speak, rebuked his ?
followers for allowing him to be imposed upon,
and boasted of having shed blood for them,
said he-was now truly a soldier of the cross.
Be now went on with the business, and ac?
complished his election without a dissenting ;
voice (so much for a peace officer.) There ,
were a few white spectators, who considered
it eqnsi to a theatre in point of amusement.
Ba: on reflection ours is truly a sad condition.
_ _ HOPE.
A FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT.
[From the Anderson Intelligencer.]
A terrible accident occurred at the Ander- i
eon depot on last Saturday afternoon, result- i
Jug In the death of Mr. Sanders Smith, a well- 1
Known school teacher of this county. It 1
teems that Mr. Smith was desirous cf taking
the train for Belton at halt-past two o'clock, \
and went to the depot for that purpose. He ,
was considerably lutoxlcated, and went near
the edge ot the platform. The cars were i
being shifted at the time, and the freight cars i
were run out on the track next to the platfcrm 1
with the intention of leaving the hindmost 1
car. When this was "cut off" from the
train, one of the hands called out "all right" 1
as ls customary, and it is supposed that
Mr. Smith concluded that this signal meant to ;
get aboard, which he attempted just as the i
train moved rather briskly, when the car ;
striking him. he was thrown down next to the
platform, and-was caught between the car j
and the platform, In which position he was ;
turned round several times within c space of :
lees than six inches, crushing him most norri
rlbiy, and breaking bis lett arm aud right
thigh. Although the alarm was Instantly
given, the train could not be stopped until :
me entire length ol the car was passed, with
the unfortunate man being crushed within <
this narrow space. His mangled body was
taken Into the reception room of the depot,
where he breathed his last in a short time.
JOTTINOS ABOUT TBE STATE
-Mr. Thomas McCarter, of Greenville, i
picked up a roll of greenbacks and turned
them over to the loser.
-Mrs. Swan M. Douglas, of Charleston,
relict of Mr. John Douglas, died on Thursday
morning, the 13tb instant, at the house of her
son, Mr. J. Forrest Douglas, of Chester.
-On Saturday last the horse ol Mr. Wiley
Moore, of Camden, took sodden fright, throw?
ing to the ground Miss Moore and a chair in
which she was sitting. The horse was stopped
at the corner of Main street.
-The Governor has reappointed E. R.
Lesesne and S. T. Cooper, trial Justices for
williamsburg County ; R. H. Carleton, for
Beantort County, and appointed Milton Wal?
lace a trial justice lor Dnlon County.
-George Craft, a soldier belonging to the
garrison at Chester, made his escape from the
guard on Monday night. At an unexpected
moment he leaped from the window of the
guardhouse and made hasty tracks for a more
agreeable locality. One shot was fired at him,
but without effect.
-4Doneral J. B. Kershaw, Captain W. L.
DePass and Mr. A. M. Kennedy, of Camden,
nave been Invited by the Lancaster Division
of Sons of Temperance to deliver an address
on Wednesday, the 19th Jone, on the great
importance of temperance.
-The postofflces at Blackville and Barn?
well village have within the past week under?
gone a change. Miss Mary Maher has taken
charge of me office at Blackville, and entered
upon the dalles of me office on Tuesday last.
J. C. Buckingham has received me appoint?
ment of postmaster at Barnwell, and takes
charge on the 1st ol July.
-Hiss Rebecca Sanders, aged seventeen
years, daughter of Seaborn Sanders, Esq.,
living in me vicinity of Barnwell, was terri?
bly burned several nights since by the ex?
plosion of a kerosene lamp. The accident oc?
curred while niling the lamp from a three gal
ion can, which contained about a gallon ot oil.
-A division of sons of temperance was or?
ganized at Lancaster last Saturday by Deputy
Grand Worthy Patriarch of South Carolina,
Mr. W. T. D. Cousar, of Chester. Dr. W. J.
Hle.kland, P. M. P.. and M. R. Kee. of Beaver
Daua Division; D. 8. Henderson, W. P., D. B.
Rothrock and W. A. R. Wilson, ol Chester Di?
vision, assisted in the organization.
-Two penitentiary convicts have escaped,
one on Tuesday and the other on Wednesday
of this week. The first one, lt ls stated, es?
caped from the penitentiary, and ls number
772, known ns Bullhead. He mad?'a desper?
ate effort for liberty and swam the Conga ree.
He was in for seven years, for grand larceny.
The omer was known as Peter, In for larceny.
He escaped, from the guard while the squad
was at work.
-The cotton house ol Mr. Geo. Douglas, of
Camden, was broken Into on Monday night
and some corn and other articles abstracted.
Oevthe. same night the cook of Mr. Douglas
Was robbed of about fifteen dollars in currency.
The thief entered her apartment, forcedopen
her trunk and carefully removed everything
until the money was lound. The things were
then replaced in tne trunk. One night last
week, the house of Mr. T. W. Pegues, of Cam?
den, was entered and various articles of cloth
intv feloniously taken and carried away. No
clue to any of the burglars.
LIST OP LETTERS rematntng In tho Postofnce
at Charleston, tar the week ending June 14,
1872, and printed officially in TUB DAILY NBWB,
as the newspaper having tho largest circulation
in thc City of Charleston.
tar Office hours from 8 A. M. to 6K P. M. C
Sundays, from SX to P. M.
nj- Persons calling for Letters Advertised
should state that they are "Advertised."
STANLEY G. TROTT, Postmaster.
Allston, Mrs ii Fraser, Sylvia McCall, Mrs M
A Frater, Julia McGee, Dinah
Allston, Celia Ann McIntyre, Jose
Barer, ChrWti- Gaimard, Eliza pbluc
na Gibbs, Lucy McKay, Rame 1
Baumnnn, Miss Gladden, Char- la
u lotte O'Grady, Caine
darwell, Martha Grant, Ellzi rine
Barkley, sarah Graham, Sarah Onman, Mrs
Bacon, Fannie ?rohaai, Sinder Louisa
Ball, Patsey Greeu, Mrs An- Parker. Mi~s o
Bechtel, Maggie nie Patterson, Miss
L Guy, Marla M AK
Battling, Mar- flaren, Mrs P Pearson, Ann
thu M Perronnean,
Barnard. Rena Elasell, Mrs J Maggie
Klrt, Elizabeth Edward Perkins, Dlanah
Blake, Adeline Hassanmeyer, JPetnuovich, Ly
Bode. Mary Marla. dial.
Br?thens, Mary Harris, Hannah Penrner, Faa
Brodlgan, Mary Harris, Mrs H Une
Bracy. Nancy Harris, Margret Pernore, Fvor
Brodie, B Hassett, Mrs M Phelps, Mattie
Brown, Mary B Philops, Shanot
Brown, Ailinn- (lessee, A Marv Polite, Mrs JasS
da E Hendricks, Miss Polite, Sylla
Burns, Maria F Poulnolte, An
Burnett, Miss Uenney, Mary nie
Mary Ann Recd, Mrs Jno
Bryon, Hannah Holmes, Sallie R M
Cardoza, Hen- Hodmaun, Mrs Richardson,
netta Etta G Cl u enan
Cbesnot, Liz- Howard, Isbella Kiels, Sylby
zle Humphries,Har-^lioache, Mrs
Channell, Maila rieitJ Jane
Cheves, Mrs E Bugler, Hannah Rose, Alexan
M Hanter, Mrs E der
Clancey, Sn?an R Rogers, Amar
E Huggins. Mary Int ha
Coiner, Adeline Hur.cy. Pnliis Kyan, Augusta
Conyers, Louisa Jackson Mrs P
Conroy, Marv J Joseph Roi.. Mrs P M
C.tnu, MvryS Jenkins, Ma Ku-sell, Mrs 'Ju
Coleshy, Ellen Jo n-on, Cloe ila
Cooper, M.iada Kidder, Annie Ryley, Fannie
Cotchett, Mrs M P Scott, Miss
J Klnsell, Celia M Sherman, Mdtil
Cross, Amelia G Lawrence. Am- du
Cromwell, Miss ella ?Ingleton. Jane
S J C Lu albert, Mrs S Singleton, Ab
Daiwick, Annie A by
E Uvertne, Annie Sielkien, MUS
Daddln. Mary (.arnot e.Julla ? D
Davis. M:!ey Lee, Mari ha simmons, Hat
Davis. Amanda Lee. Jennie tie
K Lee, Harriet Slnkler, Mrs Jo
Devox, Elisia Lester, Ellen lia
Donnen, Mollie Lord, Mrs Ann Smith, Miss L
Downs. Emelia E Smith, Miss B
Dodd, Maggie ?nay. Rosina Sundes, Mrs
[lunn. Ellen Merry, Mis C Ann
Dugan, Margret Means, Annie M rnomsln, Julia 1
Donhan, Lizzie s Ann
A Mow. Elizabeth Walker, Mrs W
Sagan. Eliza- Wehnens, Mrs U
bethV KW Walker, David
Edwards, Hat- Meyer. Gussie L
tleD Mitchell, Mrs Washington. 1
Edwards, Kate Aron Pe mn er
Parr. Nancy Morris, Miss C Watson, ida 1
Farnnm, Mrs S Weston, Jano
Oliver Moore, Ellen Whaley, Janie 1
Ferguson, Pat- More, Hannah L Williams, Su- 1
ser Morse, Virginia i-au
Ferric, Susie H Mo-eley, Mrs H Wilson, John
Fields, Miss C W?lling, Mrs F 1
Flemming, Rox- Morran, Mrs, C
etta (Church street) Wright, Miss
Fogartle, Julia Murrey, Eltze Wright, Mary
Foote, Mary E McCall, Mrs E
Freeman, Ame-ttlormana, Mrs Vonn?, Jose
lia B Two phlno
allison, J tl Oreen, James Mosaviston, N
Albers, U Gregory, Ceo Nelson, Lewis
Ablo, Jacob ?ray, Geo .vi.bet A bro, A
?lam, Lucius D Hart. Geo B R
Antonio, Paren HamUton, ll F Ohme, W
Armstrong, Wm Haris, Merin O'Neil, M L
Baburdo, Gaet- Hescurts, Sam- Osterlioltz,
ano my Fritz
Batter. H O Bolly. C F Parad lao. Glan
Bergman, Jno Bosch. M E narlo
Geo (Jolson, J>oW Petsch, A II
Benrman, H Hoyt, Enoa Perry A Harper,
Bogga, S D Howard, Rich- Phillis, F D
Bo get, Hlnrlch ard Polite, J W
Bregmann, 0 Hutchison, L A Pouard, Jno J
Brown, dil H Prince, Henry H
Br?wn, Francis Hutcheraon, P
C ' Frank 0.uluby, E J
Brown, Israel W Hurst, W L Rantle, J W
Brown, Joseph James Henery Ray, Janus
Borck meyer, Jacobs, J allan Redding, W H
Jno C Jacobson. O H Rhett, col Al
Caines. Lewis Jenkins, James ired
Capel, J J Rtgtflns. RP
barney, John Jennings, Geo Salter, Wm
Canedy, Wm Johnson, Henry Scarpa. J
Cblsolm. J B Jonsson James Schultz, H
Cot rn. Robert Jones, Capt Ed sere ven, W H
Cole,TO 0 * -?cedy, John
Ookely, Jno Jones, Cnarley .seel, charles
Ookely. Come- Jones, P H ?eur.,ck. Elmo
Hus Jones, S Seymour, R N
Oochrum. Thoa Joiner, Wash- schmitt, Wm
Coats, ?am'l J ington Smith, Wm
Collins, Wm Kelley, Kev J W Smith, Silas
Corker, Capt S Kennedy, Jno J -tewan, JasL ?
M King, Timothy Starnberger, D
Crysten, Jim S Stanley, James
Cutter, Capt R Elser, Geo Stratton, J H
M Klaren, V W stevenson, Wei
Davis, L J Lawrence, H i lng ton
Darvln, Preston Law, John Taylor, Isaac
Oe LaCerda, Sr Law, John H 'mue, Johann
D Antonio Leopold, Thos E Thirling, F W
Deveau, Jacob Leary, Thon Thledng A
Dillon, Patrick Leslie, C P Sen roder
noby ne. Geo Levy, S Yates Thayer, Geo
Dohrmann, Leech, John Tognl, J a
Charles Mark, Antone Veuning, J R F
Drayton, Mingo Marchai. Geo Ward, J M
Drayton, John Mahnsohu, S Ward, L W
DnPre, Dr John Martie, James Wallace, John
G Mehrtens, Wm Walter, Wm G
Edwards, Hen- Mertln, Al- Welch, Thomas
rf pbonso Welbrock, D
Eisner, C J Mellara, W W Wetherhorn, M
Farris, Phillip Meyer, Chris-. Wetherhorn, A
(col'd) tlan Whitehead,
Foxworth, R P Middleton, San- Amos P
Fraser, SH nv White. Cohen S
Gadsden, James Mu ria, Alfred White, E W M
M Monroe, Thoa wilson, John
Gallagher, E F Moches, Sam Willingham, R
Qeorgegan, Monna-rhan, H
Owen William Wicking, W 0
Geltings, Dr Ed Murray, D Wine, Realer
ward Murphy, Rich- Williamson,
Oethers, Simon ard Alec
Qeddls, Lewis Mye s, H B WUklbs, W L
erac, Carles Myer, John Williams, Ed
Gordon, L C McClure, Jno R ward
Granet, Lanely IMcElveen, Sam wiiaon, WT
Grent, J S |.Tongue, Robt A
MT Persons depositing letters In the Postofnce
will please place the stamp near the upper right
hatd corner of the envelope, and they will also
please to remember that wlthont the stamp a let?
ter cannot be malled, but will be sent to the Dead
Clotrjing, tailoring, #r.
MENKE A MULLER,
NO. 323 KING STREET.
THREE DOORS BELOW LD3ERTY STREET,
Respectfully announce to
their friends and the public
that they have marked down
their entire Stock of Fine
CLOTHING and FURNISHING
GOODS to actual New Tork
cost, preparatory to removal,
on the first of September next,
AT THE CORNER OF KING AND WENTWORTH
THE PRESENT STOCK MUST BE
CLOSED OUT, AND THEY SOLICIT
A CALL AND AN EXAMINATION OF
THEIR GOODS AND PRICES.
??.ESTIMATES WILL BB RECEIVED
until the 22d Instant for the fr.rnishing, Utting
and puting up Piping and nmary fixtures for
! gas In the beef and small meat Markets. For
j specifications and information apply to the un?
dersigned. Security will be required.
jan 16 Chief Clerk.
I ps- MAIN GUARDHOUSE, OFFICE
OF GRIEF OF POLICE, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
JUNE 11th, 1872-Tlie attention or all persons
concerned ls hereby called to the ract, that on
and arter thc 16th instant ail Dogs round going
at large will be killed. JOHN C. MINOTT,
junll8 ;_Chief of Police.
^MAIN GUARDHOUSE, QFFICE OF
CHIEF OF POLICE, CHARLESTON, S. C., JUNE
ll, 1872,- The attention of all persons concerned
is hereby called to the following section of an Or?
dinance la relation to smoking on the Battery,
which will be rigidly enforced en and after thia
date. JOHN 0. M HS OTT,
Chief or Police.
AN ORDINANCE FOR THE REGULATION OF ALL
PERSONS ON THE BAST AND SOOTH BAT BATTE?
RIES AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
SECTION VI. All smoKtng or any pipe or elgar
within thc enclosure or Wnlto Point Garden, or
the Batteries ar. relaid, be and Hies i me is hereby
prohibited, and any person who shall violate this
clause or inls Ordinance snail, for each nod every
M?rente, forfeit and pay the sum or Ave dollars; to
be recovered in me city Cour., the amount io be
given to tho Informer. junll-5
We have opened a House In Pitt street, near
Wentworth, where we shall sell ICE at the
same price that we do at Hie nain Depot in Mar?
The House will be open from S 30 A. M. to 7.30
P. M. A. 0AGE A CO.
PROPOSE TO 8PEND THE SUMMER MONTHS
IN THE COUNTRY, AND PROPRIETORS OF
HOTELS WHO MAY WISH. TO FILE THE
PAPER FOR THE USE OF THEIR GUESTS,
CAN HAVE THE DAILY NeWS 8ENT RY
MAIL FOR SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS PER
AT AIKEN, S. C.,
u the ALLEN HoUSE dnrlog the ensuing
?nmmer Aiouihs. Apply early to Mrs. N. L.
JJENDERSONVILLE, N. C.
The undersigned has opened the RIPLEY
HOTEL, in this place, for the summer, and can
accommodate persona wishing to spend the sum?
mer at reasonable rates. T. A. ALLEN,
may 20-1 mo_Proprietor.
MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, No. 81
W. MONUMENT STREET, BALTIMORE
Mu., ON EUROPEAN PLAN.-Tots favorite es?
tablishment, situated in one of the most eligible
positions lo the city, on the highest ground, and
consequently well adapted ror a Sommer Resort,
being comparative y cool In midsummer, mag
nlfJcicntly rurnlslied with baths and other con?
veniences on every flo ir. ls now open for the re?
ception of th me con'emplatlnga tour orpleasuie
thu coming season. Tne cars mn wltnlo a square
Df the h>me. dachen at all thc stations. E. V.
Tue MOULTRIEVILLE HOUSE ls now open lor
the accommodation or boarders, permanent or
JOSEPH H. OPPENHEIM,
Jane 1st, 1872-siatbs Proprietor.
VT O T I O E.
ine BATTERY BATHING HOUSE, orr White
Point Garden, bas boen thoroughly reualred In
all Its various departments, and witl be opened
DU 13th instant for accommodation or visitors.
The Soda Water and Ice Cream Departments will
oe under the Immediate superintendence or the
Proprietor. Thanking the pabilo for psst favors,
I woold most respectfully solicit their patron?
ise. M. MOMANMON,
J^EW MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.
TRI-WEEKLY LINE OF FOUR-HORSE COACHES
FROM GREENVILLE, 8. C., TO ASHE?
VILLE, N. C.,
Leave Greenville Monday, Wt dneaday and Fri?
day at 7 A M.
Arrive at Asheville next day by l P. M.
Leave Asheville Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Arrive at Greenville next day by 7 P. M.
Leaving Greenville in the morning, go through to
Flat Rock and Henderson ville In daylight.
Fare to Flat Rock $?.; io Asheville $7.
may3-2mo_W. P. BLAIR.
QAPON SPRINGS AND BATHS,
HAMPSHIRE COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA,
VIA WINCHESTER, VA
This delightful WATERING PLACE has been
thoroughly reatted. and ls now kepi io tne oest
modern style. Us waters are Alkaline, and have
? wide celebrity for their prompt and happy ac?
tion la uyspepd-i, Disease* or the Kidneys and
Bladder, tuoiudlng Calculus, In various Skin Dis?
eases, and in their admirable effects on the he??ale
Constitution, the air or Capon ls unsorpass d In
a'! the mountains of Vlrglala for salabrliy, elas?
ticity and- ryness. Its splendid Badu were de?
clared by Slr Henry Bulwer. WHen un a visit here
with Mr. Webster, os hardly equi led by anything
he bad seen In Europe.
For our pun ph ier, with rall particulars or rates,
charges, Ac, apply to A. A. SOLOMONS A CO.,
Druggists, or to the undersigned, by mall.
Jun8-imo FRAZIER A SALE. Proprietor*:
THE HOT SPRINGS,
,JBATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA,
Are now open to visitors. Hs waters are cele?
brated for the cure of ritieumattam. o mt. Paraly?
sis. Torpor of Liver. Chronic marr lue i or Dysen
tqry, Diseas-a of the Uterus, Affection* of the
Skia, especially or Syphilitic origin, and namer
oas Ohreolc Diseases.
Vary in temperature from 60 to 110 degrees
Fahrenheit, and present every variety of Chronic
Bath. They are moreover found to prepare the
system for the b?n?fici?t action of waters found
ai the various other Mineral Springs.
Have been constructed similar to those that are:
largely used at the most celebrated spas lo Ger?
many, and wntch give Bufferers the beueflt of the
very valuable remedial agents contained in the
Mineral Mud. These .??Pflugs oller CNSURPA83-:
KD ATTRACTIONS to both the Invalid and Pleas-:
ure-Seeker. The equipment and management
are equai to those or first-class city h tels. Every
moriera Improvement has been provided.
Professor J. L. CADELL, M. D., of the Univers!
ty or Virginia, Resident Physician. For Pam
pblets and Circulars, address s. O. TARDY A OO.,
Richmond, Va., or J. A. AUGUST, Manager, Hot
Springs. Bath i.onnty, Va, may#-2rno
WONDERFUL FOUNTAINS OF HEALTH
THE BRIGHTEST SPOT IN THE SUNNY
Are located in the Piedmont region, or Georgia,
twenty-Ave mites southeast or Chattanooga,
Tenn., and within two miles or the Western and
These Springs, Arty two in number, embrace
every variety or mineral water lound lu the ra?
mona mouatalna ot Virginia-white, red and
black sulphur, Alleghany, all-scaling and chaly?
beate, magnesian, soda and Iodine; as also the
waters characterizing the Monivale >pnngs, ol
Tennessee, and Indian Springs, of Georgia; all or
which are to be found here in abundance, within
the compasa or this "Magic Vale,"
AFFORDING A CERTAIN OURE
for Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Goat, Liver Com?
plaints, Scrofula, all kinds or Cutaneous Ailee
t ons, and In ract, every disease that human flesh
ls heir to.
THE HOTEL AND COTTAGE BUILDINUS
are in thorough condition, newly painted, and
entirely new appointments.
THE TABLE WILL BE FIRST-CLASS
in every particular. A magnificent ball-room,
100 by 30 feet, and elegantly fitted par.ors. Bil?
liard and bar-room 75 feet lung, and a capacious
Direct telegraphic and postal communication.
The buildings and grounds will be brilliantly il?
luminated with gas, and every attraction win be
afforded the visitors to Catoosa Springs.
The above Watering Place will be opened to pa?
trons June 1st, 1872. by W. C. HEWITT,
Late of Globe Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
HUrrj ?cobo, St.
DEY GOODS ! MFGOOSS^!
AT REDUCED PRICES !
No. 270 KING STREET, CORNER HASEL STREET,
Mc LOY Ac RICE.
JUST RECEIVED AN INVOICE OP BLACK AND COLORED SATIN-STRIPED
GRENADINE DE TERRE AND HERNANI.
HERNANI A.TVJ3 SEWING-SILK 8I-IAWJTJS?
Warranted Paris Dre, at Twenty-five Per Cent. Less Hmo Gold Cost of Importation.
Our Stock is very Fall and Complete In Every Department, all of which will be Sold at Reduced
MATTING! MATTING!- MATTING!
Fresh MATTING jnst landed from Twenty-Qvc Cents per Yard np.
ICE BLANKET.", from Fifty CeBts up.
NO. 270 KING STREET, CORNER OF HASEL.
ALEXANDER M'LOY. j. w. RICE.
j. TV. ROBSON,
HAVING AMPLE MEANS FOR ADVANCES, A BUSINESS EXPERIENCE OP
twenty years, and conaning himself strictly to a Commission Business, without operattog
on nis own account, respectfully solicits consignments of Cotton, Flour, Corn, Wheat, Ac. shippers
nf produce to him may, ut their opilon, have their consignments soi l either In Charleston or New
York, thuB having thc advautageof two markets without extra, oom missions.
R?f?rences-Hishop W. M. wightman. S. c.; Colonel Win. Johnson, cnarlotte, N. C.; Rev. T. O.
Summers. D. D., Tennessee; Hon. John P. King. Augusta, Ga.; Messrs. G. W. Williams A Co., Charles?
ton, S. C.; Measra. Williams, binde A Co.. New York.
AB the SP* CIAL AGENT FOR 1 HE STATE OF DUPONT'S GUNPOWDER, I will alwnys- keep a mil
stock orall klndi at Magazine. The long experience of Messrs. Dupont in th : manufacture of Gun?
powder, makes lt nnneees.ary to nay more than that I guarantee thu quality or every package. Price
as low as any other Powder In the market. Persons ordering please name DUPONT.
MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINING COMPANY.
As Agent ror i he MARYLAND STEAK SCO AR REFINERY OF BALTIMORE, I will keep constantly
on hand a rull assortment or Crushed, Powdered, Granulated. A White, B. Whlre, 0 Extra. 0 Yel?
low; a so Amber Drlpa in barrels, which I ofLsr at manuracturera' prlco*, freight added. Any change
lu price being reported daily by telegraph, thus giving the trade mo advantage of IL
Am also Agent for the celebrated branda of Family Hour mauu'actnred oy Messrs. DAVH A
EMMONS, or St. Louis, walch I can recommend in every respect; pur. np In Nluety-olght Pound Hags
and Barrels-BKST AND GOLD DUST, Choice Family, Home Mill Medium Family, Santa Marta Good
Family. Also several or the beat Mills ia Virginia, Georgia and Tennessee.
As Agent ror WHITTAKER A SON'S CELEBRATED 0AM9, Anderson H.?s Co. Beargrass Hams,
Fairbank, Peck A Oo.'s Oaddy Lard, Werk A Co.'s Canilles, Samuel ? eonard A Son candles. Johnson
A Clements Cora Starch. Jame? Beatty A Oo.'s Orackers.Cakes, c, Snaps or all varieties. Mackerel in
kits and halfbarrels. Ludlow Brand or Gunny cloth. Ballast Twine Ac.. Ao.; and as I devote myself
exclusively to a Commission Business and all the goods are received direct rrous factory and neltner
sed nor ouy on my own account, would respectful!* call the atieatioa of the trade to my facilities
far doing badness, and the induce nents offered" to purchasers. Hiving an experience of over
twenty years, and having Just erected a large aud commodious store In addition to my others, I am
fully prepared for business.
ENGLISH SUPERPHOSPHATE OP LIME,
impor el direct from Llverpool.and guaranteed to contain tw:nty-roar par cent of Soluble Phos?
phate of Lime.
DIRECT FROM THE AGENT, WARRANTED PURE. For sale at market rales.
RAW BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE, FLOUR OF BONE, DISSOLVED
BONE, PLASTER OR GYPSUM.
Always on band, and as every shlpmont ls analyzed on arrival, Plantors can rely on gaiting the
same article, and faliy up lo standard.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
The highly satisfactory and remarkable effects of this Guano in producing very largely increased
crops of Cotton, Corn aud other stapl J crops, has attracted the general attention of Planters and
J. IV. ROBSON,
AGENT FOR THE STATE,
Junl2-tnlh9 Nos. 1 arni a Atlantic Wharf and 08 Bast Bay, Charleston.
Sljirt? ano ?nrnisrjing (?oo?a.
MEN'S FANCY HALF-HOSE
GAUZE, MERINO, SILK AND THREAD
?1BRSHIRTS Al DRAWER}
WINDSOR SCARFS, BOWS & TIES
COLLARS AND CUFFS
IN GREAT VARIETY, .
WITH THE LATEST PRODDCTIONS OP
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
S C OT T VS
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE THE AIARKET HALL,
rriHB KBW ?MpTfo^?~D
WHEELER & WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are new selling those superior Machines
on Tea Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER A WILSON MiNUF'O CO.,
aprMyT No. 209 King street.
C? ig ci rs ano Soba ero.
EMPEROR WILLIAM 1
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS SOOTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CM ARS AND TOBACCO Of all kinda.
PIPES or every quality.
Call and examine stock before baying else
WILLIA.1I SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. B.-The Wheel of Fortune conatant y on
hand. Invest 25 cent? and try your hick,
The Undersigned are CASH BUYER3 or
ROCK PHOSPHATE OF LIME
or Cond Quality, delivered in Liverpool.
Unexceptionable references given on prospect
or business. Apply to
GEORGE HADFIELD * CO.,
MANURE CHEMICAL MANUFACTURERS, '
Llghtbody Street, Liverpool, England.
BVUQQi anlV jggjrinntg - -
PH A NT O M
The best Beautifier of. th? Complexion in the
Harket i Ladles try lt, you will And lt so. .Sample
Packages of THIS NKW AND BK A UTI PUL PACK POW?
DER, free by all druggists. DOWIE, MOISE A
DAVIS, Wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. 0.
WHY SHAKE AND BURN
CHILLS AN?) FEVER?
THBT ARE ENTIRELY VEGETABLE.
. ney contaia no ?menle or poisonous ingre?
dients of any Uno-nothing in the least decree
Injurions to tho Hynteni undor ?ny circumstances
-und may be administered wita perfect safety
They never fad to care the mon obstinate case
wheo taken AS directed.
They cure Imme lately. Ia no case will the pa
lient bave more than ono chill arter the first dose,
and in tho majority of cas s not even that.
They accomplish the work hy destroying lha
cause of disease, which no other remedy pretends
They arr an effectual preventive, centralizing
tho malarious poison in Ute system, aud thus
averting Its consequences.
PHYSICIANS USE THEM IN THEIR PRACTICE
It IA almost universally the eas1; that physicians
condemn what are generally kuown as "Patent
Medicines." MOlsE'd FEVER AND AGUE PILLS,
thoagh nader tuts bead, the composition la Known
to many, and s > pa pable are i heir valu-mle cura?
tive properties that a nura ber or the first physi?
cians la the Sooth and West have adopted them
In their practice, and recomneud them to their
patients as the most reliable Fcv?r and Agne
NO ONE NEED SUFFER,
be the? ever so mach exposed to Fever and Ague,
if they will only take
MOISE'S FEVER AND AGfJE PILLS.
To tho* ' who have contracted Fever and Ague,
Instead online Quinine, Amenle, and other power?
ful remedies, i hey ?111 find not only Immediate
relier, bm a positive cure m
MOISE'S FEVER ANO AGUE PILLS,
which ls an old reliable artlcro prepared from the
private formula of one of the most experienced
physicians la the Feyer and Ague districts, who
alter many years of a access fal practice has made
lt known to the pr prietor. This article has been
used In cases where every remedy has failed be?
fore, and performed tho mon astonishing cures;
belog a vegetable compound, it removes the
canse of the disease at once, and does not fur?
nish, as many articles ?io, only' temporary relief.
THE PEOPLE HAVE CHOSEN.-THE
experience of years has convinced an in?
telligent pub ic that for all aliments Involving
weakness and Irritability of the stomach, ob?
structions In the bowels, a morbid condition of
tbe liver and n. rvons debility,
Tsnsnt'i Effervescent Seltxer Aperient
ls the snrest, sa ret and swiftest remedy. Not
merely agreeable, bat absolutely delici?os to the
palate; it also possesses four medicinal elements
which i ave never been united in the same happy
proportions In any oiner preparation. It la the
gentle st and mo it patuleas of cathartics, a won?
derful tonic, and uuexcepttonable alterative and
a certain corrective of au impurities which may
exist in the blood or other fluids of the body.
Decline all Imitations or the genuine article, bold
by all dragglata._ may8-13
J/JR. R. B. HEWITT,
No. 31 WENTWORTH STREET,
CHARLE8TO N, S. G.,
Can be consulted on the folio win? diseases, and
diseases of a kindred nature, free of charge '
and la strict confidence. Charges mode?
rate and within the reach of ali. Of?
fice hoars from OA. M. to 7 P. M.:
RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA.
In all arthritic complaints, as rheumatism, gout,
neuralgia, AC , nih practice ls almost perfect.
The most Intense pains are almost Instantly re?
lieved, enormous swellings are reduced, limos
which bave been contracted aod still for years are
relaxed. Cases of twenty, tnlrty and forty years'
standing have been cured by me arter all other
means have railed
A great accomplishment ls my triumph over
pain by which I caa often, in a few moments,
soothe and carry on tue mose excruciating suf?
ferings. If this syjtsin did -nothing more than
to relieve pata, lt woaid stand superior to any
other system extant.
S topped-np Head, Running of the Nose, constant
Hawking and Spiting, constant Blowing of
-.?fl . ? y?(] . .,? ij ;,!>- [J f-iij ?
. Thousands sailer from that most annoying, dis
agreeole and offensive complaint, catarrh, wlth
out kui wing what lt la. uftentae secreted ma
co .ic flowing down the throat, clogs op the lungs
and lays the foundation for consumption.
Tue moat skillful physicians fall to care lc.
I care any case of obstruction, stopped-up
head, discharges of greenish, thick, thin or glairy
macons from tue nose, Internal or external, pain
or [illness between - the eyes, constant blowing or
the nose, tuftatnmatl m of the nasal passages,
ulceration or schacldertan membrane, AC, In
the coarse of a few days.
Nervous Dearness, Noises in the Head, Otorrhoea,
Olitla (Discbarge from the Ear,) Paralysis of
I am dally treating all affections or the ear with
the most gratifying results. Some who had paid
aurlsts nearly $1000 without benefit have been
cured by me in a lew weeks at ur moderate ex?
Mercury, injudiciously nsed, has oiled tbe earth
with wrecks of-humanity. Thousands suffer from
lea effects who haye beeu unconsciously drugged
by their physician, lt ls vain to attempt the cure
of the majority of diseases while lt remains in the
body. Although I have heard of several so-called
antidotes for mercury In tae human body, I have
never yet seen a physician who could eliminate
lt from the system.
l can satisfy any patient or pbyslcan that I can
absolutely abstract mercury, lead, zinc, and
other mlueral poisons In every case.
Noli-me-Tangere, Lnpuse, or Woir Oanoor, Sclr
rhos Cancer, Fungous Cancer, Rose cancer,
I make a great specialty tn the treatment or
every description of cancer and Tumors.
How many Cancers and Tumors are wronlully
tremed by cer.ain charlatans styling themselves
After being pronounced Incurable, I will take
any one of these cases In hand and make a per?
My terms for treating Cancers, Ac, will be
based on the age and condition ol the patient,
and the positive certainty or care.
LIVE AND LEARN, DIE AND
THE SOUTHERN DYES HOUSE,
NO. see KINO SusMr,
Dyes and Cleans by means or steam, Gentle
men's Ladles and Children's Clothes. Fine Laces
and Lace Ourtains cleaned and done np with the
Soft or Manufacturers' Finish; Lace And Crape
Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and Dyed.
JW Goods received and returned by Express.
Juna?-lyr L BILLER, Proprietor,
GERHARD REECKE -,
YT71 LL SELL>-THJ3?DAY* lora ?N8T.",
V V at io o'clock- A. M., at Alie southeast, cor?
ner or Queen and Mazjck streets, -v'
The en tire Sro CK-or a well kept Family Groce?
ry Store; and, Immediately after, Furniture, Ac.
Terms cash. t b,- ? -.-J11-11*
Auction .QaltB^^iutt?'t.WanB. ,
Bj E. M. MARSHALL & BBQ.
OK THURSDAY, 20TH INSTANT/AT ll
rue LOT at west corner of Tradd and Greenhill
streets, measuring 40 by i40 feet.
' Conditions easy-made known at sale.1 - -
junis-swtt? ' - . ? _??? .:. .
Bj W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS?
. ? Auctioneers.
THE LIFE ASSOCIATION OP AMERICA
vs. Daniel H. Sllcox, Administrator of James
E. Spear, et al. .,.?/..?
By virme of an order directed to me by Hon. B.
F. Graham, Judge coort common Pleas: for
Charleston County, I will oller for sale, at ta?
east end of Broad street, at ll o'clock, on THURS?
DAY. 27th June, ....'...i
All that LOT OF LAND with the Buildings there- .
on, situated on the north bide of Sooth say street,
Charleston Battery, In tue On^ of Charleston,
known by the letter B in the Pla' or Lands drawn '
by James L. Branch, Surveyor, in June, i860,
measuring and containing, according to the said
Piar. 81 feet il Inches on the froncltoa on tho
back line 31 feet iv, Inches, on the east line itt
20-100 feet, and on the west line 253 60 too feet;
batting and bounding to .the north on Lands
formerly of the Estate of W. p. Mpnefeldc, to the
east on Lot ot Land lettered A on ? aid Plat, to the
s )uth on sooth Bay street, and to the west oin'Lol
or i>an is inte or John s. A s ne, now or the Estate -
of James E. Spear.
This Residence ls of modem construction,
built of brick, doable piazzas, cistern, Ac JSonse
contalas six rooms, with dressing rooms and .
marble mantels In each room.
Tcrma-o De-half cash; balance In one and two
years, to be secured by bond of the purchaser
bearing Interest from day of sale, payable semi?
annually aud a mortgage of the property. The:
premises to be insured by the purchaser and the
policy assigned, with the bond and mortgage.
Poi chaser to pay Auctioneers for papers and
stamps. D. S. SjlLUOX,
juni-tnrmwsmtnflthl . Referee.
By W. Y. LEITCH <fc K. S. BRUJ?S,
LD. DESAUSSURE, RECEIVER AND
. Agent in the case of Hey ward vs, Haaei,. c t
al, vs. Daniel H. Sllcox, Administrator or James
E. Spear, et al. \r - ,-. . >?-,
? By vin ne or an order directed to mo by the
Moa. H. F. Graham, Judge or Court or Common
Pleas ror Charleston County. 1 will offer for sale,
at the east ead or Broad street, (PostoQlc?,) AMI
o'clock, on THURSDAY, 27th Jane,'
All that Lor OF L*ND, with the Mansion
House (hereon, situate, lying and. being on tue
north side or Sooth Bay street, (known as the
Battery,) and. opposite White Point Garden. In
the City of Charleston, measutlng and containing,
on the front line 64 feet,. 7 menes, more or leas;
on the back line 62 feet, and in depth 211 feet, be
the sal i < lmeuslons more or less. Butting and
bounding to ihe sooth on South Bay street; to.
tne north on lands nu w or late of Mrs. M. A. Pett
gro; to the east on lands of James E. Spear, and
to the west on land of T. D. Wagner and W. K.
Ryan, trustee of A. B. Ryan: ' - '
This desirable Residence contains 12 square
room J, with tiiree atory piazzas, observatory, and
upon the premises are large kitchen, cistern, and
all necessary outbuildings.
Terms-One-hair ca9h; remainder in one year,,
to be secured by bond of the purchaser, bearing
Interest from the day or sale, payable aeml-?ttdu
olly, and a mortgage or the property. Tho pre?
mises to be insured hy Hie purchaser >*pd the
policy assigned, with, ,ihe-bond and mortgage.
Parcnaser to pay auctioneers for papers and
stamps. D. S. SILOOX a .
)un4-tnrmwsmtaBthl - ?-itettree.) .
By W. I. LEITCH k R, 8. BR?XS,
Auction ec m. ...
EARLE VS. PE REINS, a !J
By virtae of deereo and order ia abovo
case, I will sell at Pnbdc Auction on . HUttSDAY.
??7 tn instant, aMl o'clock A. M., at the corner of
East Bay and Broad streets. -
All that Three ?tory BRICK TENEMENT on
the south aide of Princesa street, known as 'No. 7.'
? ALSO,' . ''-sc-lii
All that other Three ?rory BRICK TENEMENT
adjoining the aboy?, and known as No. 9.
Terms-one third easn, balance in one and two
years; deferred payment to bear interest'from
day or sale, and to be secured by bond or pur?
chaser and mortgage or premises. Premises tone
injured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay
ror papera aud stamps; 1 --.-...:?!. ,-.>.
E. W. M. MACKEY,
Junl2-tu3thl . Sheriff OharlestoaCoanty.
Real Estate Agenu and /incttonem.
TRUSTEES' SALE OP THE RICHMOND
AND YORK RIFER RAILROAD. *
Ur virtue of two ?leeds of trust from the Rich,
mond and York River Railroad Company to the late
Wm. H. Mcfarland and th- undersigned, Jared
respectively the nth of September, ism, and, the
Ut 01 January, 1846, the undersigned, surviving
trustees, will, on WEDNESDAY., the 14th day-of
August, 187J, at 12 M., at the auction rooms-or
Messrs. Grubt? A Williams, Blchmond, Virginia,
sell by Public Anotlon, " - ~
Tte WHOLE LINK OF RAILWAY of the said
Company from the City of Richmond-to West
Point, together with tne Franchises of the said
Company, and the Equipments, Rolling stock,
Machine Shops, Depots, Water Stations, Road
Bed, Machinery. Tolls, Easements, and every
other right, interest or estate conveyed by to?
said deeds, excepting choies in action. -
THE TERMS OF SALE
will be OASH sufficient to pay all tho corta or ex?
ecuting the trnats of said deeds. and to pay?be
Interest on the bonds outstanding under toe deed
or 1S69 aforesaid, estimated at about $35.000, and
1 hen a cred t unll the lat of January, 1877; ak to
$48.000, with interest from the 1st of July, 1872,
at the rate of 8 per eent per annum, payable
semi-annually, and then Caan sufficient to pay
the interest due on the bonds of the fl rat class
nnder the deed of 1886 aforesaid, estimated'at
about $62,doo, and a credit until the ist or Janu?
ary, 1880 as to $300,000, with, interest at tne rate
or 8 per cent, per annum "from the 1st of Joly,
1872, payable semi annually, antf then Cash sof
acient to pay .the Interest due on us booda or the
second class nnder the mortgage or 1866 afore?
said, estimated at about $196,000, and then a
credit until .lat or January, 1877, as to $299,000,
with interest from the ist of Joly, 1872, at the
rate Of 7 per cenu' per annum, payable semi-an?
nually , and then a credit nntil the lat of January,
1890, as to the residue of s ch parchase money,
wi' h interest at Ute rate or fl per cent, per' an -
nam. As to so mach of the purchase money as
may be applicable to the bonds, secured by.,the
deeds of trust aforesaid, the purchaser shall give
his bonds corresponding with the said ontaurad
log bonds, and as ta the reddne or anon. purchase
money, the purchaser shall give his bond or
bonds, as may be determined upon after the sals;
the purchaser's bonds to.be secured by deed or
trust on ?the property and franchises sold
Capitalists will tike notice that the effect of a
sale and conveyance by the undersigned will bo
to extinguish, tho Company aforesaid, and make
the purchaser a body corporate. ' For farther par-,
tlculars. apply to Messieurs PAGE-A MAURY,
Counsellors at Law, Richmond. Va.. .
R H. MAURY,
J. PROSSER TABB,
- Sale conducted by Messrs. GRUBBS A
NOTIOE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Holders of the Mortgage Bonds aforesaid will
report at once to Messrs. PAGE A MAURY, Rich?
mond, Va., the number of Ronds held by thom,
the deed of irast by which they are seen red, the
amount or each Bond, and tho amount of Interest
doe. Holders of Detached Coupons will reportas
above. R. H. MAURY,
J. PROSSER TABB,
jans _Surviving Trasteos. .0
NITED STATES MARSHAL'S SAL?T
United states vs. 44 boxes Manufactured
looaoco.-United states or America, South. Caro?
By virtue or an order of Bale to mo directed and
delivered, from the Hon. Geo. S. Bryan. Judge or
the District Court or the United States ror the Dis?
trict aforesaid, I will expose for sale at pabilo
auction, In front or the United States Courthouse,
in the City of Charleston, on THURSDAY, the ?otb
day of June, 1872, at ll o'clock A. M.,- . 1
I Olty-rour (44) boxes Manufactured TOBACCO.
Terms cash. R. M. WALLACE,
junll-tnsth3_ U.S. Marshal.
FTHE DISTRICT COURT OP ..THE.
United States for the District Qt South Caro?
lina.-Ia re Laurens Railroad Company-, Bank?
rupt.-in Bankruptcy. ? :-i t; xnhxrAC
la obedience io an order in tue above-stated
case, dated the 6th day of April,' 1872,' I ?Ul re?
sell to the highest bidder, at public outcry, at tue
risk of the Greenville and Colombia -Railroad
Company, the LAURENS RAILROAD; at colum?
bia. South Carolina,- m front of the columbia Ho?
tel, at 12 o'clock, meridian, on the twentieth (20th)
day of June, 1872, free from all Hens and lucum
brances, including the track and road-bed,' Iron,
rails, chairs, sprites, timbers, bridges, culverts,
machine shops, water tanks, station-houses, and
all locomotives, cars and machinery, and all and
singular the property and assets, real and per?
sonal, of every kind and description whatever, or
the Laurens Railroad Company, together with all
the rights, privileges, franchises and easements,
lawfully held, ueed or enjoyed by the Laurens*
Railroad Company, on th e following terms, to wit:
Sixty-four thousand two hundred and twenty-two
($64.822 84) dollars eighty-four cents mnst be paid
within thirty (3u) days after the day of sale; and
the payment of the balance of the purchase
mftn^y within twelve months from toe-nay of
sale, with Interest thereon at seven per cent, per
annum from that day, must be secured by the
bond or the purchaser, and a mortgage of the en?
tire property sold. _,.>,
The bidder will be required to deposit wittie
assignee, berore his bid ls accept?!rfg*g'
and dollars, to secure compluw?n*}Rn,nlTg di?
or sale herein set forth, and ?g? TD? g ".
posit that sum the PTOPfffisa M. BAXTEB,
offered ror salo. ?O^*~ assignee,