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A BUDGET OF EDOEFIELD if EWS.
T>ie Prospect of the Wheat, Oat, Corn
and Cotton Crops-Suggestions lo
Farmers-Kdgelielcl Fnrly?two Years
Ago-Wno now Survive-A Good Joke.
[FROM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
ELMWOOD, EDGEFIELD, 8. C., June 19.
The weather continues dry and hot, and
only a little rain has fallen i i many places
since the first ol April last, while a few others,
more blessed, have had quite a sufficiency.
The wheat crops are nearly all housed in ex?
cellent order, none being injured by rain,
and the yield will be double that cf last year,
and of a lar superior quality, as the year suit?
ed this crop admirably, there being very lil tie
rain since lt commenced beading. The only
deficiency ls lu the quantity of land sown, as
the past lull was very uuiavorable for the
sowing of wheat, there being so much rain.
Butthose that did sow will get well paid for
their labor this year in quantity and quality,
as I saw a few days ago a load ol new wheat
ground nt the mills of the Rev. John Trapp,
in this county, near Ninety-six depot, that
could not be excelled by any ot the Augusta
mills, as the yield was fully lorty pounds ol
excellent flour to the bushel. The reverse is
true with the oat crop. What was life to one
was death to the other. The dry weather i
that brought the wheat crop to such a state of |
perfection nearly ruined the oat crop, as only
a lew favorable localities will malte a suffi?
ciency for seed, and a greater portion of this
orop will be pastured upon, not getting high
enough for the scythe. I think planters
Bhonld plant two-tuirds of this crop in the
lal), say the 1st of October, and the other
third in the spring, os we formerly did previ?
ous to emancipation, and I am certain we will
succeed belter, as I have noticed for many
years past, and including the present year,
thaJJJ the fall oats are far superior to those
sown in the spring, even it the former
should half be killed during the winter. As I
Baid before, this crop was mostly sown in the
fall, and why ls lt not done BO now ? I think
lt ls mostly because we do not employ our
laborers until the end of the year; and while
we do thia, it will be bard for us to huve our
grain sown in the fall, because the laborer
aoes not leel under obligation to sow the
the grain crop in the l'ail, not knowing
whether he will remain upon the place the
ensuing year or not. And why n^t change
the programme and employ him earlier, say
ihe first of September or October?
The colton crop ls ten per cent, belter than
last year, and about ten per cent, more plant?
ed. Some localities are doflcient in stands,
but I doubt whether it will shorten the crop
much, if any. as a half a stand frequently turns
out as well as a whole stand, as muny planters
will leave their cotton too thick when there ls
a good stand. I have seen some very fine
fields of cotton, equal to the finest since the
'war, in and around Edgefield Village and Im?
mediately near the Columbia and Augusta
Railroad. Commercial manures will pay the
?iresent year from appearances now, and labor ]
s cheaper than last year.
The corn crop will not vary mach in quanti?
ty planted the present year'from that of last
>ear. The drought has not injured it much
yet, but should il continue into July will soon
cause a great deficiency. This crop is in fine
condition for rain now, being well cultivated
up to this date, and, in fact, lt has been the
best year to cultivate a crop that we have
had since the war, as the three past months
have been so very dry, and no crop will be in?
jured with grass where the least ludustry bas
been used by the cultivator. The gardens
have all suffered more or less, and very few
have such vegetables as we bad last year.
Our district is all quiet. AU ls peace with
us at thia time. Perhaps it might Interest
you to mention the most prominent men that
took an Interest In EdgeQeld forty-two years
agoUand to see how many yet remain to tell
instale now, viz: Allen Addison, Benjamin
Frazier, Howard Burt, James Terry,
Daniel Bird, F. W. PickenB, Edmund
Bacon, Jack Jeter, A. P. Butler, P. H.
Butler. W. B. Johnson, M. Laborde,
Peter Laborde. Charles Goodwin, Daniel Hol?
land, Avery Bland, Whitfield Brooks, W. F.
Duri8oe, Harvey Drake, Reuben Drake, Jack
Glasscock, John Simkins, Eldrid Slmklns,
George L. Penn, C. Penn, Edmund Belcher,
J. F. Adams, John Bausket, Samuel Stafford,
M. Hims, Francis Ward law, and others that
cannot be brought to mv memory at this time.
Npw, how many of these dear old friends will
we meet in the streets to-day ? Only two
George L. Penn and W. F. Durlsoe-and only
four are alive to my knowledge, at this time,
viz., the two meatloced above, and M. La?
borde, now In Columbia, S. G., and Edmund
Bacon, now in Greenville. 8. C. All the rest
are gone to their long homes. Mr. George L.
Penn was a merchant then, and continues the
same business to-day, having during these
years made a fortune and lost lt, and ls now in
a fair way ot making another. Mr. W. F. Du?
rlsoe was the founder of the Edgefield Adver?
tiser, but bas since given lt up to bis eldest
eon, D. B. Durlsoe, who hos brought lt to its
present standing. The old man Durisoe has
raised a large family ot children, and has
filled an Important office as ordinary for seve?
ral years, and bas recently come out for the
same office, and being very popular with the
people will be bard to beat. Old as he is, he
ne is fond of making a crowd laugh, and can tell
a Joke without a smile. Here is his last: Your J
correspondent, a lew weeks ago, was talking
with a lew gentlemen upon the public park
about crops, Ac., when Durlsoe came up, and
one asked him the news. "Why," says he,
"have you not heard of the Columbia and
Augusta Railroad train running off the Savan?
nah bridge this morniDg ?" Ail being struck
with astonishment, Immediately inquired how
many were drowned or otherwise injured.
'.Not one," was his reply, "the train just run
on and run off the bridge, hurling no one."
All soon comprehended the joke, and he
walked OD. ^ SENEX.
THE WEATHER AND CROPS.
A. Destructive Hall Storm.
Mr. H. Grate, writing from Chesterfield
Courthouse on the 19th, says: "A most de?
structive hall storm passed a few miles north
of thia place on Saturday evening, 16th Inst.,
accompanied with a tornado, prostrating al?
most everything in Its track. The crops ol
corn and cotton on many larms are complete?
ly ruined, nouses and fences blown down, and
large numbers of poultry killed. Many of the
hailstones were as large as teacups, and gene?
rally as large as guinea eggs. Some fine fields
of cotton, Just beginning to bloom, are BO com?
pletely wrecked that not a green leal can be
lound on them. Several eye-witnesses say
that the bark was knocked off o? large oak and
pine trees by the hail."
Storms 1st Abbeville.
The Press says : "A violent storm of wind
and hall visited the lower section ol our dis?
trict on Saturday, doing much Injury to the
crops, and Inflicting serious injuries to the
family of Mr. David Dowtin of that section.
On Saturday we were visited with copious
showers of much needed rain, which have re?
vived farming operations. The rains have,
we learn, been very general, but some sec?
tions are still dry. In the neighborhood of ]
Lowndesvllle especially, lt is stlil very dry,
and the crops are suffering."
The Medium says : "The wheat and oats
crops have generally been harvested, and they
arte said to be very fine. Where the stand ol
wueat was good the crop is better than it has
been for years. The fall oats are good; are
turmng out well."
A Blow In Sumter.
The News sayB : "We learn that on Friday
night, the 14th- Instant, the Eishopvltie coun?
try was visited by a heavy storm of wind and
rain. We have heard ol no damage by it fur?
ther than the uprooting of the large oak in
front of Mr. Edmund Stuckey's residence."
JOTTINGS ABOUT THE STATE.
-A grange of tbe patrons of husbandry has
been organized in Newberry.
-At the Edgefield Criminal Court of this
term, no one was convicted-something almost
unprecedented in Edgefield.
-Two negroes, Tom Goss and Patrick West,
fought in Edgefield on the 14th instant, near
Ridge Spring. Result : Goss received four
pistol balls in Lead, neck and shoulders, of
which wounds he uas since died. Palrick
escaped uninjured, but has since been arrest?
ed, and was brought to jail on Sunday last by
a party of colored' men.
-A Batesvllle correspondent of the Edge
field Advertiser says : "Our village was much
startled on yesterday morning by the sudden
news of the death of Mr. Mark Ridge?, the
eldest son ol Joel Ridgell, deceased, which
was the result of a gnn shot wound inflicted
by bis own hand, at the house of his brother,
?i Mr. John Ridgell. For a number ol days pre
l vious to his death ne had been under the Influ
fr. ence of strong drink, which lr seemed worked
m8 his destruction. He was found early in the
Rnjnornlng lvlng dead in Mr. John Rldgell's
?orfibase, having been shot in the head, a Colt's
"ilistol lying "-.?er his leg." On the afternoon
leyljf Tuesd^j, 4th Instant, on the plantation of
' Captain Thos. Bates, near this place, while a
storm was approaching, lour ot his field bands
took shelter under an oak tree, which was
shortly aller struck by lightning. One of the
party was killed Instantly, two others were
eeriously hurt, while the remaining one re?
ceived iiul- or no injury. The name of the
colored man killed was Jake Coleman.
BLE ASSOCIATION, for the Benefit of the Free
School Fun?-Official Raine Numbers:
CLASS NO. 565-Mo RN INO.
CLASS No. 600-EVENING.
32-4 -41-63-54-31-53-37-47-35- 9-CO
As witness our hands at Charleston chis 20th
day of June, 1872.
JAMES GILL I LAND,
Jan21 Sworn Commissioners.
??B* OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COMPANY:
CLASS No. 3-TOORSPAY MORNING, June 20.
& CLASS No. 4-TIIORSDXY EVKKiNO, Jane 20.
Witness my hand at Charleston, S. C., 20th day
Jnne, 1872. A. MOROSO,
.^SPECIAL NOTICE.-THE UNDER?
SIGNED, having opened a Branch Grocery on
Sullivan's Island, ls now prepared to furnish the
residents (and those intending to locate there
daring the snmmer months) with their Supplies
at the very lowest Charleston prices. Attending
in person to the business, I can guarantee satis?
faction to all who may wish to patronise me.
Very respectfully, F. L. O'NEILL.
.^.DEAR ME ! WHAT SHALL I DO ?
I have spilled grease all over my new Bilk'. What
can Ido to take lt out? Try the DOLLAR RE- |
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
.Agents, Charleston, S. C.
?&~ OFFICE MOUNT PLEASANT AND
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND FERRY COMPANY, No. 38
BROA? STREET, CHARLESTON, JUNE 11TH,
1S7_-NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.-The follow?
ing Resolution, adopted at a meeting of thc Direc?
tors of the Company, held Tins DAT, ls published
for the Information of all concerned :
Resolved That a call be, and ls hereby made,
upon the stockholders for the payment of ($16 30)
Sixteen 30-lo0 Dollars per >narc, being the aniount
still subject to call, payment of the same to be
made to the Treasurer on or before the22d inst.
Payments will be received dally rrom io A. M.
to 3 P. M., till 22d instant. n CTSON LEE, J
Jonl2-l0_Secretary and Trea&nreflttjrgl
?tafB?RNUAM'S SUPERIOR YEAST J
POWDERS.-Having used Teaat Powder in our
families for several years, we give a decided pref?
erence above all others to that prepared by
EDWARD S. BURNHAM, Graduate of Pharmacy,
No. 421 King street, near Calhoun street, Charles?
ton, S. C. : King Mansion Boarding House, Julius
Petsch, B. C. Webb, Georgo L. Holmes, George S.
Pei/,er, M. D., John T. Wightman, D. D., William
Smith, Master Machinist, S. C. R. R.
Happy relief for Young Men from the effect s
of Errors and Abuses in early life. Manhood re- j
stored. Nervous debility cured. Impediments
to Marriage removed. New method of treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Book?
and circulars sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad>
Irene HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Na 2 South
Ninth sr ree t. Philadelphia, Pa. oe tia
Clotljing, (Tailoring, &c.
MJGNKIJ & MTJLLER,
NO. 323 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS BELOW LIBERTY 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 York
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.
Si] ir ts ano far ms liing ?0003.
ENGLISH AND BALCRIGGAN
GAUZE, Mil 1?NO, SILK AND THREAD
UNDERSHIRTS Al DRAWERS
WINDSOR SCARFS, BOWS & TIES.
COLLARS AND CUFFS,
IN GREAT VARIETY,
WITH THE LATEST PRODUCTIONS OF
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE THE MARKET HAE.Ii.
WE LIVE AND LEARN, DIE AND
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
No. 369 KINS STBBBT,
Dyes and Cleans by means of steam, Gentle
men's Ladies and Children's Clothes. Fine Laces
and Lace Curtains cleaned and done up with the
Soft or Manufacturera' Finish; Lace and Crape
Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and Dyed.
tar Goods received and returned by Express,
jtmaa-iyr I. BILLER, Proprietor.
Drugs ano JHeoicinis.
jpfu GS 'XNI^M^EDTC^
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DR. IL BARR, NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.,
Invites attention to the following Preparations
of his own Manufacture:
THE CELEBRATED GERMAN SOOTHING
CORDIAL, FOR INFANTS TEETHING.
This la the beat Medicine for Infants and young
Children ever offered to the public. It ls care?
fully prepared u oin me beat Drugs, according to
a proser ipi lon furnished by a distinguished Uer
man Physician < f large and successful practice,
and has been tried and approved by many of our
beat physicians, lt 1B specially adapted to the
diseases Incident to childhood during the trying
period of Teething, and recommends ltseif for the
cure of Diarrhoea, Dysentery. Colic, Griping In
the Bowels, Summer Complaint, Ac lt contains
no Anodyne or other Injurious Drug, and should,
therefore, be preferred to the toothing Syrups
that now flood the market, which are known to
contain Opium, and are, thereiore, more or leas
Injurious. Thousands of children are murdered
animally by soothing Syrups; in aomc cases, this
fact has been published in the newspapers, where
tho physician in attendance so stated In his death
certificate. In the numerous other cases, where
the Innocenta are murdered by thia modern
Herod of the Nursery, the cause la laid to a thous?
and other causes-to all but the right one.
Mothers, bear thia tn mind, and use the German
Soothing Cordial, which la safe, efficient and
sai isfactory. Do not fall to try a bottle at once I
Thc Sootnlng cordial la also an excellent Tonic,
admirably adapted in casca of Debility-giving
tone to the system, recuperating the strength,
and restoring the appetite.
Price 26 cents a bottle.
EXCELSIOR HAIR TONTO.
Tills ls no Dye, bat a Tonic and Hair Dressing
keeps the scalp clean, and promotes the growth
of the Hair; contains no Nitrate ot Sliver, no Sul?
phur, HO Sugar of Lead, and no other injurious
Drug. Try lt. Only 60 centa a bottle.
DR. BAER'S IMPROVED VEGETABLE
The proprietor of these Pills confidently be?
lieves that he has succeeded, by a Bkllful com?
bination of vegetable remedies, In producing a
preparation that will bring health and happiness
to the unfortunate Bufferer. In the following dla
eases, they have beeu ascd by thousands with
most wonderful success: Bilious Disorders and
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head?
ache, Costiveness, Loss of Appetite, Neuralgia,
Dropsy, Dysentery, Piles, niseasen of the .skin,
Palo In the Side, Buck and Llmba, Sick Headache,
and all derangements of the Stomach.
These Pills may be taken with perfect Bafety by
any person and la all situations In life. No family
should be without them.
Price 26 cents a box.
For Cleaning Clothes and taking out Grease Spots.
Price -?< cents a box.
A ii lierai discount to the trade on all the above
Dr. BA ER ls Agent for the aale of
The best Instrument of the kind In ase.
NAT TAN'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
(Advertised in another part of TUB NEW8.J
PROF. W?NDRAM'S GERMAN REMEDIES
For Rheumatism, Gout, Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, Asthma, Ac, Ac.
W. R. WARNER & CO.'S ELEGANT AND
(Advertised In another part of THE NEWS.)
These preparations, comprising valuable rem??
di?e for almost every disease, are dally gaining In
favor at the South, while, in the North and Weat,
they have for some y ears enjoyed a large reputa?
tion and extensive Bale. The following are some
of the best known:
Comp. Extract of CANCER PLANT.
Hydrated oxy mel, for cough, Ac
Strengthening Tonic of Peru.
Flve-Mlnute Paln-Cnrer. %
Ethereal Phosphorus, (for Weakness, Nerve Ex?
haustion, Impotence, Ac.)
Amaranth tor the Hair.
'Victoria Regla lor the Complexion.
jEianthua Extract, (for Epilepsy, Fits, Ac.)
Always on hand a fall assortment of Drugs,
Medicines, Chemicals, Patent Medicines-DomeB
tic and Imported; Fancy Gooda, Perfumery, Ac,
all of which will be Bold at lowest market rates.
Sample Orders solicited from the trade.
HOMOEOPATH IC REMEDIES.
A rall assortment always on hand.
Tho Great South American Cancer Remedy.
f GUYOT'S TAR ^
CONCENTRATED PROOF LIQ UR CR
BP Guyot has succeeded in depriving tar
of its insupportable sourness and bitterness,
and in rendering it very solable. Profiting
by tliis. happy discovery, he prepares a con?
centrated liqueur of tar, which in a small
volume contains a large proportion" of the
Guyot'* tar possesses all the advantages of
ordinary tar-water without nny of its draw
barks A glass of excellent tar-water without
any disagreeable taste may be instantaneously
obtained hy pouring a teaspoonful into a
glass of water.
Any one can thus prepare his glass of tar
water at thc moment he requires it, thus
economizing time, facilitating carriage and
obviating the disagreeable necessity of hand?
Guyot s tar replaces advantageously se?
veral more or less inactive ptisans in the
treatment of colds, bronchitis, coughs, and
Guyots tar is employed with thc greatest
success in the following diseases :
AS A DRAUGHT. - A teasponfat in a glass
ofwalcr, or two tablet/won fit ls in a bottle.
CATARRH OF THE BLADDER
IRRITATION OF THE CHEST
DISCASES OF THE THROAT
AS A LOTION. -- Pure or diluted with a
AFFECTIONS OF THE SKIN
DISEASES OF THE SCALP
Guyot's tar has been tried with thc
greatest success in the principal hospitals of
France, Jtclgium, and Spain. Experience has
proved it to be the most hygienie drink in
time of epidemics.
Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
Depot in Paris, L. FRERE, 19, rue Jacob.
AgenLs in Charleston, DOWIE, MOISE A
^DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists. ^
THE PEOPLE HAVE CHOSEN.-THE
expei icen ce of years has convinced an in?
telligent public that for all aliments involving
weakness and Irritability or the stomach, ob?
strucciona lu the bowels, a morbid condition of
the liver and nervous debility,
Tai rani's Kffervcsrent Seltzer Aperient
ia the surest. Barest and swiftest remedy. Not
merely agreeable, but absolutely delicious to the
palate; it also possesses four medicinal elements
which nave never been united lntheaame happy
proportions In any other preparation. It la the
gentlest and mo a patuleas of cathartics, a won?
derful tonic, and unexceptionable alterative and
a certain corrective of all Impurities which may
exist lu the blood or other fluids or the body.
Decline all Imitations or the genuine article, sold
by all druggists. ra ay S-li
?1 a nu fat Mr cs.
to my mends and the ruo.ic that 1 have
opened AN ESTABLISHMENT FOR MANUFAC?
TURING LADIES? AND GENTLEMEN'S UNDER?
WEAR, ar. No. iel Kln? street, where 1 would be
happy to receive any orders lu my line. SAM'L
LANGLEY, Jr. jnnlO-lmo
LIFE ?IE SOCIETY OF TBE UNITED STATES,
m. 120 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
WM. C. ALEXANDER, HENRY B. HYDE,
Gash Assets, - $18,000,000
Annual Income,. 8,000,000
New Business for 1871, ----- 41,804,027
New Business from January 1st to May 1st,
1872, IN EXCESS of New Business in Cor?
responding Months ia 1871, ... 6,941,450
The bruines.* of the EQUITABLE 19 conducted in the most careful and conservative manner. Its
leading departments of FINANCE, INSURANCE AND ACCOUNTS being under the direct supervision
and management of Standing Commut?es, Edee tel from among the moat eminent and reliable busi?
ness men of the country.
Its leading principles of action are PERFECT SECURITY AND EQU1T? TO THE ASS?RED. It
Issues all kinds ot LIKE, ENDOWMENT AND JOINT LIFE PuLIUlKS, on which Dividends will be paid
Annually; or on
THE TONTINE PLAN, ^
First introduced by thh Society, and highly recommended and endorsed not only by the most cele?
brated experts In L'fe Insurance, but by the leading business firms of the Onited states. lt receives
Premiums and paj s Losses
IN CASH ONLY!
BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS:
W. C. BAVENEL. M. D., F. M. ROBERTSON, M. D.,
W. H. HUGER, M. D., W. F. ROBERTSON, M. D.
Applications for Assurance may be made to GENERAL AGENT,
WM:, B. S BC .?L w,
Equitable Building, No. 30 Broad Street.
Resident Agent, Local Agent,
O. A. BOWES, .li'LU'S Li. MOSES,
Of Messrs. James Ail ger & Co., No. 34 llroud Si reet,
Jnn5-wrml5 CHARLESTON, S. C.
Dr ri ?0006, Ut.
BET GOOpaT DEY GOODS !
?T REDUCED PRICES !
No. 270 KINO- STREET, CORNER HASEL STREET,
Mc LOY Ac RXOJS.
JUST RECEIVED AN INVOICE OF BLACK AND COLORED SATIN-STRIPED
GRENADINE DE TERRE AND HERNANI.
HERNANI A.TVT3 ? B WI NGr-SI LK SHAWLS,
Warranted Paris Dye, at Twenty-five Per Cent. Less than Gold Coat of Importation.
Our stock ls very Fall and Complete In Every Department, all or which will be Sold at Reduced
MATTING ! MATTING ! MATTING !
Fresh MATTING just landed from Twenty-five Cents per Tard up.
ICE BLANKETS, from Fifty Cents up.
NO. 270 KING STREET, CORNER OF HASEL.
ALEXANDER M'LOY. J.W.RICE.
Joint Stock Comp ann.
OF sorra CMOMM
PREPARED FOR BUSINESS.
Ko. 133 MEETING STREET.
CAN BB OBTAINED AT THE FOLLOWING AGENCIES:
KING, OPPOSITE LIBERTY STREET.
KIHQ STREET, CORNER SMITH'S LANE.
No. 50G KING STREET.
No. 627 KING STREET.
MEETING, CORNER MARKET STREET.
EAST BAY, NEAR MARKET STREET.
No. 66 MARKET STREET.
No. 59 EAST BAY.
No. 78 EAST BAY.
No. 100 EA9T BAY.
No. 19 EXCHANGE STBEET.
No. 42 STATE STREET.
BROAD STREET, NEAR CHURCH STREET.
CUMBERLAND, NEAR CHURCH STREET.
GEORGE, CORNER COMING STREET.
STATE, NEAR BROAD STREET.
The Undersigned are GASH BUYERS of
ROCK PHOSPHATE OF LIME
Of Good Quality, delivered In Liverpool.
Unexceptionable references given on prospec
of business. Apply to
GEORGE HADFIELD & CO.,
MANURE CHEMICAL MANUFACTURERS,
Llghtbody street, Liverpool, England.
mayM-imo r i -.
jgO?TH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
" CHARLESTON, June 1, 1872.
EXOOKSION TIOKKTS to Greenville, Anderson
and Walhalla have been pur, on sale TO-UAT, and
will continue on sale until lat September.
Good to return until 1st November.
Baggage checked through.
Price to Greenville an4 Return $17 80.
Price to Anderson and Return $10 70.
Price to Walhalla and Return $10 80.
Price to Spartauburg and Return $16 30.
Excursion Tickets also on sale to ?atoosa
Springs (Ga.)-price $24.
8. B. PIOKENS, A. h. TYLER,
joni G. T. A. vice-President.
g OUT H CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, a. c., May lo, 1872.
On and after SUNDAY, May io, tne Passen?
ger Trains on the south Carolina Railroad will run
Leave Charleston.8.10 A M
Arrive at Augusta.4.26 r M
Leave Charleston.8.io A M
Arrive at columbia.4.06 p M
Leave Augusta.7.40 A M
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 P M
Leave Columbia.7.40 A II
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 p u
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston..7.20 r ?
Arrive at Augusta. e.oo-A ?
Leave AngUBta.7.40 p M
Arrive at Charleston.8.46 A if
COLUMBIA NIGHT XXPKKB8.
Leave Charleston. 8.20 p M
Arrive at columbia.6.40 A M
Ltave Columbia.6.60 p M
Arrive at Charleston.6.66 A M
Leave Summerville at. 7.26 A M
Arrive at charleston at..8.46 A M
Leave Charleston at.8.30 r M
Arrive at summerville at.4.46 P M
Leave Camden...:. 0.16 A u
Arrive at colombia.10.40 A M
Leave columbia.1.46 r M
Arrive at Camdon.6.26 p M
Day and Night Trains make close connections
at AngUBta with Georgia Railroad and central
Night Tram connects with Macon and Augusta
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and columbia Railroad, and with Charlotte Road
to points North.
Camden Tram connecta at Ringville dally (ex?
cept sundays) with Day Faasenger Train, and
runs through to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. PIOJINS. G. T. A. lanlO
1 IVrORTHEASTERJI RAILROAD COM
i JLl PANY.
SDPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CHARLESTON, Jnne 8, 1872. )
On and after SUNDAY, the 9th instant, the Night
Express Trains on this Koad will arrive dally at t
A. M, and leave dany (SUNDAYS excepted) at (
The Day Express will continue as at present.
S. S. SULOMONS,
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM
CHARLESTON, S. C., June 8,1872.
Trains will leave charleston Dally at 10.16 A. M,
and 8.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 6.oo A. M. (Mondays ex
cepted) and 3 P. M.
Train does not leave Charleston 8.00 P. M., SUN<
Train leaving io.15 A. M. makes through connec
tlon to New York, via Richmond and Acqnla
Creek only, going through tn 44 honrs.
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P. M. Train hav<
choice or route, via Richmond and Washington
or via Portsmouth and BalUmore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY la Bal
timora. Those leaving on SATURDAY n main SUN
DAY io Wilmington, N. C.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleas
ant ronte to cincinnati, Chicago and other points
West and No thwest, both Trains making con
nectlona at Washington with Western Trains o.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. OLEAPOR, Pen. Ticket Agent. mayal
AV AN NAH AND CHARLESTOS
CHARLESTON, Juue 13, 1&72.
On and after MONDAY, Jnne 17th, the Pas
senger Trains on this Road will run aa follows:
Leave Charleston dally.s.3o p. M
Arrive at savannah dally.0.46 P. M
Leave Savannah dally.n.ao p. M
Arrive at Charleston dally. 7 A. M
Leave Charleston, snndaysexcepted.. 7.40 A. M
Arriveatsovannab, Sundaysexcepted. 3.30 P. M
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted... lt A. M
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exe'ted. 6.60 P. M
Passengers from Charleston by 3.30 P. M. trail
make close connection with Port Royal Rallroac
lor Beaufort, (Sundays excepted.)
Frelgnr. forwarded dally on through billa of lad
lng to poluta tn Florida and by Savannah Une o
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given ti
freights tor Beaufort and points on Port Boya
uaiiroad and at aa low rates aa by any other line
Tickets on sale at this office for Beaufort ove;
Port Royal Railroad. C. 8. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent.
s. c. BOYLSTOtf, Gen'i Fe. and Ticket Agent.
.?9* N?TICR-cW^ADEES WHO
PROPOSE TO SPEND THE SOMMER MONTHS
IN THE COUNTRY, AND PROPRIETORS OP
HOTELS WHO MAY WISH TO PILE THE
PAPER FOR THE USE OF THEIR GUESTS,
CAN HAVE THE DAILY NEWS SENT BY
MAIL FOR SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS PEB
rjlHE STEEDMAN HOUSE,
AIKEN, 8. C.,
Solicits the patronage of the Public, and guar?
antees satisfaction. Three minnies' walk from
Depot and Pesiofflce. junl7-lmo
AT AIKEN, S. C.,
At the ALLEN HOUSE during the ensuing
Summer Months. Apply early to Mrs. N. L.
"^IIITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
GREENBBIER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA,
Famous for their ALTER ATI Vet WATERS and
fashionable patronage, are now open. They are
2000 feet above tide water-affording entire relief
from prostrating summer heat. Capacity for two,
Charges-f 8 per day and $80 per month of thir?
ty days. GEO. L. PEYTON A CO.,
may29 wfm36_ Proprletora.
SWEET CHALYBEATE SPRINGS,
(FORMERLY BSD 8 WK RT,)
ALLEGHANY COU.\TY. VA.
These Springs aolong and favorably known for
their valuable Tonic and Alterative Powers, botn
?a a Beverage and Bath, have been newly and
completely refitted with convenient and comfor?
table accommodationa for four hundred peroone.
Route, via Chesapeake und Ohio Railroad to
Alieghany Station, where elegant carriages be?
longing to the Springs, will be m readiness for
the visitors. 'C"
CHARO KS-$3 per day and $60 per one month.
J. T. WILSON, Superintendent.
MOUNT VERNON HOTEL, No. 81
W. MONUMENT STREET, BALTIMORE
Mu., ON EUROPEAN PLAN.-This favorite es?
tablishment, situated in one of the most, eligible
positions lo the city, on the highest ground, and ?
consequently well adapted for a Summer Resort,
being comparatively cool lu midsummer, mag
nlflclenily furnished with baths and other con?
veniences on every floor, la now open for the re?
ception of those contemplating a tour of pleasure
the coming season. The cars run within a square
of the hunse. Coaches at all the stations. E. V.
WESTCO IT, Proprietor. joos^mos -
.J^EW MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.
TRI-WEEKLY LINE OF FOUR-HORSE COACHES
FROM GREENVILLE, S. C., TO ASHE?
VILLE, N. C., -
Leave Greenville Monday, Wednesday and Fri?
day at 7 A. M. .
Arrive at Asheville next dav by 1 P. M.
Leave Asheville Monday, W'e-lncs Jay and Friday
Arrive at Greenville next day by 7 P. M.
Leaving Greenville In the morning, go through to
Flat Rock and Henderson vino In daylight.
Fare to Flat Rock'sa; to Asheville $7.
maj3-2mo_- -W. p. BLAIR.
QAPON SPRINGS AND BATHS,
HAMPSHIRE COUNTY, WE9T VIRGINIA,
VIA WINCHESTER, VA
Thia delightful WATERING PLACE has been
thoroughly refitted, and is how kept la the beac
modern atylp. Its waters are Alkaline, aad have
a wide celebrity for their prompt and happy ao
Mon In Dyspepsia, Diseases of the Kidneys and
Bladder, Including Calculus, In various sk ia Dis?
eases, and in their admirable effects on the Female
Constitution, the au* nf Capon ia unsurpassed In
all the mountains of Virginia for salubrity, elas?
ticity and o ry ness. Its splendid Baths were de?
clared by Slr Henry Bulwer, when on a visit here
with Mr. Webster, as hardly equaled by anything
'he had seen In Europe.
For. oar pamphlet, with full particulars of rates,
charges, Ac, apply to A A. SOLOMONS A CO.,
Druggists, or to the undersigned, by mall.
JunS-lmu FRAZIER A SALE. Proprietors.
THE HOT SPRINGS,
BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA,
Are now open to visitors. Ita waters are cele?
brated for the cure of Rhea ma tis m. Gout, Paraly -
sis, Torpor of Liver. Chronic Diarrhoea or Dysen?
tery, Diseases of the Uterus, Affections or the
Skin, especially or Syp?Uluo origin, and numer?
ous Ohrenlo Diseases.
Vary tn temperature from 60 to 110 degrees
Fahrenheit, and present every variety or chronic
Bath. They are moreover found to prepare the
system for the beneficial action of waters round
at the various other Mineral Springs.
Have been constructed similar to those that are
largely uaed at the most celebrated spas in Ger?
many, and which give Bufferers the benefit of the
very valuable remedial agents contained In the
Mineral Mud. These Springs Offer UNSURPASS?
ED ATTRACTIONS to both the Invalid and Pleas?
ure-Seeker. The equipment aad management
are equal to those or first-class city h tels. Every
modern improvement has been provided.
Professor J. L. CABELL, M. D., of the Un ivers!
ty or virginia, Reaident Physician. For Pam?
phlets and Circulars, address 8. C. TARDY A 00.,
Richmond, Va., or J. A. AUGUST, Manager, Hot
Springs. Bath county. Va._may22-2mo
QATOOS A SPRINGS. '
WONDERFUL FOUNTAINS OF HEALTH
THE BRIGHTEST SPOT TN THE SUNNY
Aro located in the Piedmont region, or Georgia,
twenty-rive miles southeast of Chattanooga,
Tenn., and within two miles ol the Western and
These Springs, fifty two In number, embrace
every variety of mineral water found in the fa
moua mountains of Virginia-white, red and
black sulphur, Alieghany, all-aeallng aad chaly?
beate, magneslan, soda and Iodine; as also the
waters characterizing tho Montvale springs, of
Tennessee, and Indian Springs, of Georgia; all or
which are to be found here In abundance, within
tho compass or this "Magic Vale," > .
AFFORDING A CERTAIN CURE
for Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Gont, Liver Com?
plaints, Scrofula, all kinds of Cutaneous Affec
t ons, and In fact, every disease that human flesh
IB heir to.
TBE HOTEL AND COTTAGE BUILDINGS
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 parlors. Bil?
liard and bar-room 75 rees long, and a capacious
Direct telegraphic and postal communication.
The buildings and grounds will bo brilliantly Il?
luminated with gas, and every attraction will be
afforded the visitors to Catoosa Springs.
The above Watering Place will be opened to pa?
trons June 1st, 1872. by W. 0. HEWITT,
Late ol Globe Hotel, Augusta, Ga;
Poors, Gashes ano klines
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
STORE DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
MOULDINGS, WINDOW GLASS,
NEWELS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
BALUSTERS, SLATE MANTELS.
OFFICE AND SALESROOMS,
No. 20 Havne street,
FACTORY, HORLBECK'S WHARF
?sT- THE DOLLAR REWARD SOAP,
I washes the finest lace without Injury, and renden
j all articles aa clear and bright aa new.
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
Agents, Charleston, s. 0.
gtcction gol?i^^g(>ii Bag.
By WM. McEAY.
POSITIVE SALE.-FOUR PABLOS
SETS, card and Centre Tables, Marble Top
Cottage ser, Marble Top sideboard, French. Bed;
steads. Lace Curtains, Bed Quilts and stair Car?
peting, THIS DAT, at 10 o'clock, at Na 45 Went?
worth street, will be sold, the above; also a lot of
Government Saddles, Collars, and a large lot of
Scmdrles. _ Jnnffl
By MILES DRAKE.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HAT&~^
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell
at my Store, corner King and Liberty streets,
A fine assortment of Men's BOOTS, Balmorals,
Congress English Ties, Brogans, Oxfords, Wax,
Calf and Serge Polish Gaiters, Slippers, Miases
and Children's Shoes, and a fine line of auction
Shoes. . .-?M
A fall Lne of Men's Woo), Pelt and Straw HATS.
BT 6BUBBS & WILLIAMS, '
Real Estate Ag? n u and Aattloneen,
TRUSTEES' SALE OF THE RICHMOND
AND ?ORK BITER RAILROAD.
By virtue of two deed? of ' trust from the Rich -
mond and York River Railroad Company to t ha ia te
Wm. H. Macfarland and the undersigned, -dated
respectively the 0th or September, 1859, and the
1st oi January, 1866, tue undersigned, surviving
trustees, will, on WEDNESDAY, the 14th day or
August, is:J, at 12 M., ac the auction rooms of
Messrs. Grubbs A Williams, Richmond, Virginia,
seilby Pu nile Auction, ? ~" ""
The WHOLE LINE OF RAILWAY of ?ho said
Company from- the City of - Richmond -to Weat
Point, together with the Franchises of .the Bald
Company, and the Equipments, Rolling -stoat.
Machine Shops, Depois, Water Stations, Road
bed, Machinery, Tolls, Easements, and every
other right, interest or estate conveyed by the
Bald deeds, excepting choses Inaction, * a .?<.'"
THE TERMS OF SALE
win be CASH sam clent to pay all the coats or ex?
ecuting the trusts of said deeds, and to pay the'
interest on the bonds outstanding under tne deed
or 1866 aforesaid, estimated at about,$36.ooo, and
men a credit amil the 1st of1 Januarv.iSTT, as to
$48,000, with Interest, from the lat ol--i JnfyvJaw,
at tba ?ate of .8 per cent per annum, payable
semi-annually, and then Cash snfflclent to pay
ttie Interest due on the bonds of the first class
ander- the deed of 1866 aforesaid,, estimated, at
about $62,000, and a credit on til the ut of Janu?
ary, 1886 aa to $800,000,' with Interest at the rate
or 8 per, cent, per annum from the Ht. of. Joly,
1872, payable semi annually, and then Cash'sur
Ocien t to pay trie Interest due on tho bonds or the
second class under tbe mortgage of l&fld afore?
said, estimated at about $ 155,000, and then A
credit until 1st of January, 1877, aa to $200,000,
with interest from the ist or July, 1872, at the
rate of 7 per cent, per annum, payable semi-an?
nually, and then a credit until the 1st oMannary,
1890, as to the residue of ouoa purchase moaoy,
wini interest at the rate or 6 per cent, per an?
num. AB to ao much of the parchase money as
may be applicable to the bonds, secured- by tte '
deeds of trust aforesaid, the purchaser shall give
his bonds corresponding with the said outstand?
ing bonds, and as to the residue of such purchase
money, -the.purchaser shall give his bond.or
bonds, as may be determined upon arter tue sale;
the purchaser's bonds 10 be secured ny deed or
trust on the property and franchises sold.
capitalists wm take notice that the effect or a
sale and conveyance by the- undersigned will be
to extinguish the company aforesaid, and make
the purchaser a body corporate. For further par?
ticulars, apply to Messieurs PAGE-A MAURY,
Counsellors at Law, Richmond. Va.
. . -R. H. MAURY, \
1 " J. PROSSER TABB, '. '
W Sale cond neted by Mesara. G BURBS. A
WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. .J '
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS. ..
Holders or the Mortgage Bonds aforesaid wfjl
report ac once to Messrs. PAGE A MAURY, Rich?
mond, Va., the number or Bonds held by them,
the deed of trust by which they are secured, the
amount of each Bond/and the amount or interest
doe; Holders of Detached Coupons will report as
above. R. H. MAURY, Tr
J. PROSSER TABB; '"
Juna . . . SurvivingTrusteet.
SUttionme' flritmte Sales, Ut.
TT7TLL BE SOLD AT PR?VATE SAL?.
VT Ten (io) AC R RS or ?odd FARMING LAND,
on Meeting street road, Jnat north of theTtuee
Miie House, being a portion or the Farmers' Fer.
tlllzer Company's Tract/
For terms, apply at No::S8 Broadatreet.l jn?>
Jun21-Imw6 . ,.,
?rs <3oo?B, Ut. lg
WY GOODS ! DMT G00DSJ
FIRCI1G0TT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET,
Tro; 'ci ? '<?< > ; .-: -:<'? P??K\W8 *i [?** ?.
JV ST RKCErV'KD t
loo rolls White Matting, 26c-worth 36c.
loo rolls Check Matting, soc-worth 40c
60pieces Fancy Matting, only 40c.
100 s 11 k Poplin ' Dress Patterns, at ' $ 8-wort h
$10. [?fl il rt? :; ? 331 n ?<:
10 pieces Japanese Dress Silk; only 76c.
800 pieces White Pique striped and figured,only
100 pieces, all colors, 4-4 Dress Battfcre, only 200
60 new and elegant Summer Shawls, $1 and
36 Black Llama Lace Shawls and Sacks-very
A fine Hoe of Black Silk, at a redaction of 20
600 pieces different; atv ky or Dress Goods,-at
exceedingly low prices-from 12o and upwards
great bargains. ,
PREVIOUS TO TAKING YEARLY INVENTORY,
FURIGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.
244 KING STREET,
I OOir their entire stock of . Dry and Fancy Gooda
at pr ice a never before m the market.
2 cases or Wn m sntFa"--Xi Longclotb, only 20c,
6 cases or the celebrated Etterion. 4-4 Bleached,
- 20 cases or other well known brands, a?' fnn?-^_
12K to 16C. *
10 casca or sew Calicoes, fast colors, elegant
Percales, Cambrics, Muslins, Lawns, Ginghams,
Denims, Stripes, Be J ticking-all very low.
OUR HOSIERY DEPARTMENT . :
Is the best assorted one in town, and onr prices
can compare favorably with any house North or
Ladles' and Children's Hose, from 10c and up?
wards, ($1 per dozen.)
Ladles' Fine Hoie, from 200 and upwards.1
Men's English Hair Hoae, .from $2 per dozen
Lisle and Silk Gloves, to suit all, at very low
The finest selection of Ribbons, all colors, Bhades
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO
it -i- ria! I ?. &:..:;.?? <r .-iii T'iO io OTU:
No. 244 KING STREET.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS, at the lowest possible
Napkins, Doylies. Towels, Bleached and Un?
bleached Table Damask, Crash, White Linens,
Sheetings, Pillow Casings, Ac
^20 dozen Ladles' Undervests, only 75c-worth
A fall line of White Linen Dook, Linen Dr ill and
Striped Linens for Men'a and Boya' Suits-sold at
great sacrifice. ' ' x
Oar Cloth Department har received additional
supplies in the latest styles ol CASSIMERES,
Broadcloths, Drab d'Ete, Ac, all or which h J ve
undergone an extraordinary redaction In the
prices, we oller this Hoe or goods as great bar?
gains, and can convince customers thal the
goods are the cheapest in this market.
Merchants, Milliners, Ac,, will find lt profltabia
to take advantage of the great reductions we
make in oar prices.
FI RCHGOTT, BEXEDICT & CO.