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Schumann's " Nomina? ht."
Sine; me the s n? aeain !
The wild, sad notes thai breathe of haunt inp pain.
The wild, sweet notes that thrill my heart with
Quick-throbbing now with passionate disdain,
Now falling soft as evening breeze's KISS;
Sing me the song again !
Repeat the wondrous tune !
The fall glory of the perfect moon,
The pearly glimmer of the -jlust'rlng leaves,
The ghostly shadows of the night's high noon,
My listening soul perceives;
Repeat the wondrous tune !
Sing me the song again !
For though the sudden changes of the strain
Falling like dewdrops from the Hashing keys
Pierces the anguish of a soul in pain,
That knows not where is peace;
Sing me the song again !
Sing me the song forever !
So shall its passion and its pathos never
Leave the rapt ear, but a" the llr-g'rlog night,
Thronen the low melody com? limning ever
Infinite longing. Infinite delight;
Sing me the song forever i
THE GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA
Meeting of tba Bondholders In Co.
A meeting of the bondholders of the Green?
ville and Columbia Railroad was held in Co?
lumbia on Wednesday last.
On motion, W. B. Galick was called to the
chair, and John D. Caldwell appointed ser
The meeting was composed of twenty-two
persons, representing, as holders or attorneys,
bonds to tbe following amount: Guaranteed
by the State, $621,000; second mortgage,
$30?,6O0; non-mortgage, past due, $48,500.
Upon tbe call of the chair, Colonel J. 8.
Cothran explained the object of the meetlBg,
giving at the same time abrief statement of j
the amount and condition of the debt of the
road, and the dlncultles attending its manage?
He was followed by Colonel C. H. Simon
ton, of Charleston, on whose motion the fol?
lowing resolution was adopted :
Resolved, That a committee of five persons
be appointed by the meeting, who shall be
charged with the following duty:
First. To Inquire Into and report the present
indebtedness of the Greenville and Columbia
Railroad Company, classifying the same as
near as possible, viz: Original first mortgage
bondholders; bondholders who exchanged
first mortgage bonds for Slate guaranteed
bonds; bondholder-! holding bonds and certifl- j
cates of indebtedness guaranteed by the Stale,
not Included in the foregoing; holders of non
mortgage bonds; holders of second mortgage
bonds; estimating as near as may be practica?
ble the amount and numbers of bonds for
wblcb liability is absolutely denied by the
Second. To confer with the president and
directors of the company, to ascertain their
views, and to obtain lrom them a proposition,
if possible, looking to a settlement or ihe in?
debtedness of the company.
Third. This committee to be composed of
representatives of each class of creditors, If
The chairman appointed Ihe following gen?
tlemen the committee: C. H. 8imonton, of I
Charleston, chairman; Thomas P. Branch, of [
. Augusta; H. Beattie, of Greenville; J. P. Reed,
of Anderson, and Mr. Steers, of New York.
A recess until six o'clock P. M. was then
taken, to enable tbe committee to discharge
the duties Imposed opon lt.
Upon reassembling, the committee, through
its chairman, submitted the following report:
The committee of five appointed by the
meeting of bondholders of the Greenville and
Columbia Railroad Company, held on the 19th
Instant, In the City of Columbia, beg leave
respectfully to report: That they culled upon
W. J: Magrath, Esq.* president of the com?
pany, and served upon bim a true copy of the
resolution. Tbe committee have had a
friendly and full conference with the presi?
dent, with this result: It is Impossible, from
tbe books of the company, or from tbe evi?
dence in its possession, to trace with any ab?
solute degree ot certainty the first mortgage
.. bonds which were surrendered; also, which
guaranteed bonds were accepted. This may
be ascertained by a long and laborious exami?
nation of the books of the Bauk of the State,
to- which, before the end or the war, the sur?
render was made, and the books of the State
treasurer, to which, ofter the war, parties
who desired the exchange were instructed to
surrender their bonds; but this information
cannot be had from the company. Tue com?
mittee, therefore, report the amount of out?
standing first mortgage bonds, $241,000; the
amount of guaranteed bonds and certificates,
$1,419,071; the amount of non-mortgage bonds,
$195,500; the amount, of second mortgage
bonds issued, and which have gone out of pos?
session of the company, is $1.495,000.
There ls great reason to believe that very
many of these were fraudulently obtain?
ed, and that many were Issued without any
authority. Of those Issued, there were used
la exchange and payment of debts the amount I
of $97,000; on notes as collateral $175,600;
bonds In the bands of H. H. Ktmpton, bm
which are under control of the company,
$26,500; bonds sold in New York a lew days
ago, the liability of which ls denied, $600,000;
bonds which cannot be traced, and used with?
out any authority, $596.000; on hand ot the
company $5000; total $1,600,000.
With regard to the second branch ol the
resolution, the committee also conierred with
President Magrath. Whilst he had been giv?
ing much attention and thought to the settle
- jnsmtof the outstanding indebtedness of the
company, he did not feel himself able to enter j
Into permanent negotiations until he has had
an opportunity of consultation with the board
of directors. Indeed, until to-day he had not
an opportunity of knowing the wishes and
views of the bondholders. Be, however, de?
clares that he would be glad to receive sug?
gestions as propsed from thu bondholders, and
promises that such suggestions or offers will
receive tbe earliest attention of the directors.
It has been brought to the attention of the
committee that, by an order issued yesterday,
In a suit brought by the State of South Caro?
lina against the company, the creditors are
called on to establish their claims before a
referee by a day fixed. This will afford full
opportunity of testing the validity of the sec?
ond mortgage bonds which are now out.
Until this ls done, no certain basis of seule?
ment can hardly be reached. Tho committee
respectfully recommend the adoption of the
CHARLES H. Si MON TOS, Chairman.
Resolved, That an executive committee of |
five be appointed by the meeting, who are au?
thorized to treat with the board of directors of |
the Greenville and Columbia Railroad Compa?
ny respecting the settlement of the debts due
by the company. That so soon as a settlement
has been reached, it shall be the duly of the
committee to advertise in two New York pa?
pers, qne paper in Augusta, one in Charleston
and one in Columbia, and to call a meeting of j
the bondholders and other creditors of tbe
company, In Columbia, twenty days alter such
notice, to consider and act on the terms ol
After some discussion, tbe meeting adopted
the resolution reported by the committee.
By direction of the meeting, the following
geptlemen compose the executive committee :
WfB. Gullett, Columbia, chairman; H. Beattie,
Greenville; Thomas P. Branch, Augusta; J. P.
Reed, Anderson; C. H. Simon ton, Charleston.
On motion, ordered ibat these proceedings
be published in full In the Columbia papers.
Colonel Cothran having beeu called to the
chair, the thanks of the meeting were unani?
mously rendered to the chairman and secre?
tary, after which the meeting adjourned, sub?
ject to the call of the executive committee.
JOTTINGS ABOUT TBE STATE.
-The Statehouse roof bas been repaired.
-Notwithstanding the hot weather, several
new buildings are going nu In Aiken.
-The Governor bas appointed Dr. Alfred
M. Tolger a trial justice, for the county of
-The body of a man found in the Enoree
River cannot be Identified, nor was the Jury
able to tell whether lt was white cr black.
-A number of soldiers, stationed near
Unionvllle, have deserted during the last ten
_Manv daring robberies have been com?
mitted ld Union. Colonel A. Rice is one of
-Governor Scott has appointed Captain John
Wigg a pilot commissioner for Beaufort har?
bor; and accepted the resignation of A. W.
Smith, a trial Justice for Colleton County.
-On Monday last, the Beaufort board of
pilot commissioners held a meeting, exam?
ined Mr. Jumps Early, and finding him compe?
tent, Issued him a certificate ot a full branch
-Major Simons, a white school-teacher,
from Williamsburg, who was sentenced to the
Penitentiary for one year for forgery, made
nid escape from that institution on Friday
-The " first figs" of the season has reached
Aiken, coming from the gardens of Mrs. Wm.
Gregg. Several Hall peaches have been re?
ceived Irom the same place.
-The Wheeler building in Columbia is to he
turned into a tlrst-clais hotel, under the man?
agement of Mr. T. M. Pollock. It will have
one hundred and Alteen large rooms.
-A project ls afoot for shorteuing the Char?
lotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad, by run?
ning the line direct from Pine House tb Au?
gusta. The saving in distance will be about |
-On Baturday, the 15th, the residence ol
Mr. Willis Wadklns, in the neighborhood of
Lower Long Cane Church, Abbeville County,
was entered during the absence of the family
and robbed of about one thousand dollars by
a negro man, who made good bia escape.
-The court that has Just closed has added
five thousand dollars to the debt ol Beaufort
County. Three such courts cost more than
the entire county tax collected, and still the
I judge orders the county commissioners to pro?
vide tor tiie payment of jury and witness
-A series of resolutions highly compliment?
ing Judge C. B. Farmer for the uniform kind?
ness, patience and urbanity with which he
has presided over the Second Circuit Court,
were adopted at a meeting of the bar, held in
Beaufort last Saturday evening, Just previous
to the close of the term of court.
-Grave complaints are made of the condi?
tion of the Port Royal Railroad bridge from
Page's Point to SU Helena island, ou account
of the ravages of the worms upon the piles.
It is said that some ot the plies have been
eaten away to three Inches, and that lt is
hazardous for trains to cross the bridge.
-A convicto! the name of Enocks, who was
recently pardoned by Governor Scott, out
who was too sick to be removed to his home,
died In the penitentiary last week. The de?
ceased was from Barnwell, and had been con
! victed of shooting a freedmen who was about
j to go Off with his mule.
-A young negro boy, named George Watts,
was brought to Laurensville last Saturday,
and committed to jail to await trial for at?
tempting to poison Mr. Joseph Babb. The boy
had put strychnine into a tumbler of milk.
Mr. Babb, on tasting the milk, discovering
that something was wrong with it, emptied lt
out Into another vessel, and the milk being
drank by a dog, the animal died Immediately.
The boy then being arrested, confessed the
-A trestle on the Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta Railroad, two miles the other Bide of I
Granite ville, between Vaacluse Factory and
Beard's Mill, was burned on Thursday. Thurs?
day and Friday trains were unable to pa??
but passengers and freight were transferred
at the break, and there was no Interruption
of travel. The fire ls supposed to have been
the work of an incendiary. It is thought that |
the damage will be repaired In a short lime.
-For a week past a band of robbers, white
and colored, have been prowling In the vlei tr- I
ty ot Cheraw and stealing whatever they I '
could lay hands on. On Sunday night a col-1
oreo* family captured one of them (u negro) JI
while In the act of robbing their house, and
lodged him In prison. On Tuesday morning
another was caueht stealing from a store; he
begged to be whipped instead ol being sent to (
jail, and we learn that a worthy colored man
gave him thirty-nine Btrlpes on the bare bask (
and let him go. ,,_."'?
-In pursuance of the order of his Honor ]
Judge Bryan In the habeas corpus case of the
United Slates vs. Wm. H. Trezcvant, charged
with conspiracy, Ac., testimony both for the
prosecution and detence has been taken be?
t?re commissioner Boozer at Chester, during
the past week.. Mr. Stone, assistant district
attorney, appeared for the prosecution.
Messrs. Pickling and Hamilton for the defence.
The hearing ol the testimony will be resumed '
to morrow. The case ls one of unusual inter- ?
est in that community, and .will probat... ie
8. E. CRITTENDEN,
THE ONLY HOTEL IN TUE SOOTH HAVING TUE
"SAFETY PASSENGER ELEVATOR"
OF OTIS, TUFTS, A CO.,
AND PRINCIPAL OFFICE OF WESTERN UNION
BAGGAGE CHECKED TN THE HOTEL TO
SUMMER RESORT ! !
THE H. I. KIMBALL HOUSE,
PONCE DELEON SPRING
THE YOUTH RESTORING FOUNTAIN,
IN ADDITION TO THE NEW ESTABLISHED
FACT THAT THE
As regards size, ventilai ion, comfort, ita cuisine
ind general appointments, is nnsurpaRRc-i by auy
Hotel lu America, tho Proprietor begs tu assure
ill wbu are In quoit of
' HEALTH OR PLEASURE,
rbat his arrangements are now perfected to
All that can be desired by those who seek the
combined attractions of a
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL AND VALUABLE MINE?
RAL WATERS 11
Together with the pleasant temperature and In
vlgoratlng breezes to be enjoyed at Atlanta, situ?
ated on one of the most elevated portions of
Middle Georgia. A band of
Bas been secured to render - approplatc Music
THE BALL ROOM,
Doe of the most capacious, thoroughly ventilated,
and brilliantly illumined U America, ls thrown
open nightly for the enjoyment of guests. In
addition to which ls a
For the especial enjoyment of the Ladles.
The wonderful curative properties of the
Water are now fully established, ns can be
proven by testimony of those who have thoroughly
tested and realized l'a efficacy.
SPECIA" \ Ii RANGEMENTS
For the season for >amUies can be made on appli?
??-The Proprietor of the H. 1. KIMBALL
HOUSE respectfully solicita that patronage,
which he deems his edon s to successfully cater
for the appreciative taste of a reflutd public enti?
tle him to.
jun24-lmo S. 0. CRITTENDEN.
p AVILION HOTEL,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
G. T. ALFORD A CO.,
mayl4 R. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
Doors, SasljcG ano lilin?s
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 Hayne street,
FACT OBY, H 0 R L B E C K'S WHARF
?&* LOST" H"??LT?~REGAINBD.
SI ir-iieglect lays Hie foundations or much bodily
snireriDg. As a role m eu aro more solicitions to
repair and preserve their houses, stock ia trade
and other perishable properly than to repair and
preserve themselves. They can see when a wall
requirei a prop, or a weak structure a girder, but
appear to be unconscious of, or lndlfierent to, the
cracks and flaws and evidences of decay .in their
own frail and sensitive organizations.
The consequence of this want of common pru?
dence ls, that thousands fall by the wayside in the
prime of lite every year who might have lived to
enjoy?bale and hearty old age, ir they bad re?
solte l to the proper means of recruiting their
falling vigor at the proper time.
Seeing what that famous vitalizing and invigo?
rating elixir, HOSTE PT ER'S STOMACH BITTERS,
has done for countless multitudes of the enerva?
ted and broken down, and with the long, un?
broken record of Its cures before him, lt seems
amazing that any suffering from premature de?
cay, nervous weakness, dyspepsia, biliousness,
chronic constipation, or disease of a remittent or
intermittent character, should delay, even for an
hoc i to seek thc aid which ita toning, regulating
abd invigorating properties have never failed to
It 1B no exaggeration to say that Hostetter's
Stomach Bitte? ls the most faithful ally of Na?
ture, In her struggles with weakness and disease,
that medical botany and honest chemistry have
yet given to the world. j un24-rawf3DAO
(Clotijing, QT piloting, &t.
MENKE & MULLER,
NO. 325 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
GrOODS to actual New York
3ost, preparatory to removal,
m the first of September next,
tT THE CORNER OF KING AND WENTWORTI
THE PRESENT STOCK MUST BE
CLOSED OUT, AND THEY 80LICIT
\ CALL AND AN EXAMINATION OF
THEIR COOD3 AND PRICE8.
f WOULD BESPBCTPrjLLY ANNOUNCE
L to my friends and tho public that I have
ipened AN ESTABLISHMENT FOR MANUFAC
THING LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S UNDER- j
VEAR. at No. 161 King street, where I '"ould be j
lappy to receive any orders In my lin? SAM'L
. ANGLE V, Jr. JUL.o-lmo
5JO?TH CAROL! UAI LH U>
CHARLESTON, June I, 1872.
EXCURSION TICKETS to Greenville, Anderson
,nd Walhalla have been pur, on sale TO-DAY, and
rill CHU, mue on sale until lat September.
Qood to return until lat November.
BaggHgc checked through.
Prie: to Greenville ami Helara (17 80.
Price io Andersotfatid Return $16 70.
Price to walhalla and Return $10 ;;u.
Price to Spartanlmrg and Return $lfi 30.
Excursion Tickets also ou Bale to Uatoosa
Iprlnga (Ua.)-price $21.
S. B. PICKENS. A. L. TYLER,
Jual_G. T. A._vice-President.
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, M. C., May IO, 1872.
On and after SUN OAT, May io, the Paasen
[er Trains ou the South Carolina Railroad will run
ia follows :
jeave Charleston.8.10 A M
irrtve at Augusta.4.26 r H
jeavo Charleston. H.io A U
irrlvo ut Columbia.4.ua r tt
FOR CIIAUI.KS TON.
?eave Augusta. 7.40 A M
irrlvo at Charlestun.3.2U r ii
icavo Columbia. 7.40 A ai
trrlvo at Charleston.8.20 v M
AUGUSTA MO HT KXPRRSS.
jeave Charleston. 7.20 p u
trrlve at Augusta.6.00 A ki
jeave Augusta.7.40 r M
trrlve at Charleston.6.46 A H
COLUMBIA MUHT EXPRESS.
jeave Charleston. 8.20 p M
trrlve at Columbia.6.40 A M
.?ave Columbia. 8.50 p M
arrive at Charleston. 5.66 A M
^eavo Summerville at. 7.25 A M
trrlve at charleston at.8.45 A M
jeave Charleston at.8.30 r M
Irrlvo at summerville at.4.46 p M
.eave Camden.6.16 A M
irme at Columbia.10.40 A M
/eave Columbia. 1.46 P M
trrlve ar. Camden. 6.26 p M
Day and Night Trains make close connections
it Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Central
Night Train connects with Macon and Augusta
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
ind Columbia Railroad, and with Charlotte Road
o points North.
camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ox
?pt Sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
-uns through to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. PICKENS. G. T. A._jania
VTOliTH EASTERN RAILROAD COM
CHARLESTON, S. C., June 8,1872.
Trains will leave charleston Daily at 10.16 A. M.
ind 8.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 6.00 A. M. (Mondays er?
upted) and 3 P. M.
Train does not leave Charleston 8.00 P. M., SUN
Train leaving 10.15 A. M. makes through connec
lou to New York, via Richmond aud Acmila
?reek only, going through In 44 hours.
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P. M. Train have
diolce of route, via Richmond aud Washington,
ir via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
rr.: DA Y by this Train lay over on -SUNDAY la tai
imore. Those leaving ou SATURDAY remain SUN
>AY lu Wilmington, N. C.
This ls thc cheapest, quickest and moat pleas
int route to cincinnati, Chicago and other points
tVest and No thweot, both Trains niaklug cnn
?ectlouH at Washington with Western Trains of
baltimore and Ohio Railrna 1.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLEAPOR. Pen. Ticket Ageut. mayal
AV A NN AH AND CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, June 13, 1872.
On and after MONDAY. June nth, the Pas
leuger Trains un this Road will rnn as folio wa :
jeave Charleston dally.8.30 P. M.
ir ri ve at savannah dally.9.46 P. M.
jeave Savannah dally.11.30 P. M.
Uri ve at Charleston dally. 7 A. M.
jeave Charleston, SnndayBexcepted.. 7.40 A. M.
Arrive at savannah, Sundays excepted, 3.30 P.M.
?eave Savannah, sundays excepted... ii A. M.
krrlve at Charleston, Suudnys exe'ted. 6.60 p. M.
Passengers from Charleston by 3.30 P. M. train
nakc close connection with Port Kuyal Railroad
or Beaufort, (Sundays excepted.)
Frctgnt forwarded dally on through bills of lad
Hg to points in Florida and by Savannah line o!
iteauiNhipa to Boston. Prompt disputen given to
'reightH for Beaufort and points un Port Royal
itaiirnad and at us low rates as by any other line,
Tickets on sale at thia office for Beaufort over
Port Royal Railroad. C. S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent.
s. c. BOYLSTON, Gen'i Ft. and Ticket Agent.
LIFE MR? SOCIETY OF TBE UNITED STATES
NO. 120 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
WM. C. ALEXANDER, HENRY B. HYDE,
Cash Assets, - - ' - - - $18,000,000
Annual Income, - . 8,000,000
New Business lor 1871, - 41,804,027
New Business from January 1st to May 1st,
1872, IN EXCESS of New Business in Cor?
responding-Months in 1871, - - - 6,941,450
The builoeas of the EQUITABLE Is conducted In the most careful and conservative manner. Ita
leading departments of FfNANUK, INSUKANUE AND AOCOUNTS being under the direct supervision
and management of standlag Committees, (elected from among tbe most eminent Bud reliable busi?
ness men of the country.
Its leading principles of action are PERFECT SECURITY AND EQUITV TO THK ASSURED It
lasuea all Kinds of LIKE, ENDOWMENT AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES, on which Dividends will be paid
Annually; or on
THE TONTINE PLAN,
First Introduced bv thin Society, and highly recommended and endorsed not only by ino most cele?
brated experts In L fe Insurance, but by the leading business il rms or the United states, it receives
Premiums and pays Losses
BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS:
W. C. BAVENBL. M. D., F. M. ROBERTSON, M. D..
W. H. HUGER, M. !>., W. F. ROBERTSON', M. D.
Applications for Assurance may be made to GENERAL AGENT,
WM. B. S H AL. W,
Equitable Building, No. 30 Broad Street.
Resident Agent, Local Agent,
O. A. BOWEN, JULIUS L. MOSES,
Or Messrs. Jam?* Adger dc Co., . No. 34 Uroad Srreet,
Jnns-wfmlS CHARLESTON, S. C.
Orri (Poo?e, &t.
DEY GOODS !~~ DEY GOODS !
AT REDUCED PRICES !
No. 270 KING STREET, CORNEE HASEL STREET,
McLOY Ac RIGE.
JUST RECEIVED AN INVOICE OF BLACK AND COLORED SATIJi-STBlPED
GRENADINE DE TERRE AND HERNANI.
IT RU VA. IV r AND 8 EWING-8ILK SHAWLS,
Warranted Pana Dye, at Twenty-five . Per Cent. Lesa than Gold Cost of Importation.
Our Stock is very Full and Complete m Every Department, ail of which will be sold at Reduced
MATTING ! MATTING ! MATTING 1
Fresh MATTING just landed from Twenty-a ve Cents per Tard up.
ICE BLANKETS, from Fifty Cents np. " .
NO. 270 KING STREET, CORNER OF HASEL.
ALEXANDER M'LOY. J. W.RICE.
UJaicljts, Jttoeirri, S?t.
ALL, BLACK & CO.,
Nos. 666 AND 667 BROADWAY,
rill continue tho Bale ol their immense atock or
11 LYE KW ARB,
nrlng the Rummer months. AU gooda Will ho
old without reserve, at a great redaction, to
DBe the haziness. junio
(Urn ?oe?s, *r.
DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS!,
Ko. 244 KING STREET,
JUST RECEIVED i
loo rolls White Matting, 25c-worth 35c.
loo rolls Check blatting, 30c-worth 40c
60 pieces Fancy Matting, only 40c.
loo sine Poplin Dress Patterns, at $8-worth
io pieces Japaneso Dress Silk, only 76c.
soo pieces While Pique striped and figured, only
loo pieces, all colors, 4-4 Dress Battlste, only 20c
so new and elegant Summer Shawls, $1 and
35 Black Lloma Lace Shawls and Sacks-very
A noe line ot Black Silk, at a reduction or 20
600 pieces dur?rent stiles of Drean Gooda, al
!xcee.Jiugly low prices-from 12c and upwards
>REVIOU5 TO TAKING YEARLY INVENTORY,
244 KING STREET,
)ffer their entire stock or Dry and Fancy Goods
' at prices never before lu the market.
2 cases or Wnmsutta XX Longcloth, only 20c.
"4 CHses or tbe celebrated Ellermn 4-4 Bleached,
20 cases or other well known brands, at from
12 Ji to isc.
io ca<es or new Calicoes, fust colors, elegant
J.itter us, 12}, e.
Percales, Cambric?, Muslins, Lawns, Ginghams,
Denims, Stripes, Bedticklng-all very low.
OCR HOSIERY DEPARTMENT
s the best assorted one in town, and onr prices
san compare favorably with any house North or
Ladles* and Children's Hose, from lue and up?
wards, ($i per dozen.)
Ladles' Fine Hose, from 20c and upwards.
Men's English Hair Dose, .crom $2 per dozen
Lisle and Bilk Gloves, to suit all, attvcry low
The finest selection or Ribbons, all colora, shades
FURCHGOTT, BENED ?CT & CO
No. 244 KING STREET.
HOUSEHOLD GOODJ, at the lowest possible
Napkins, Doylies. Towels, r.lcached and Un?
bleached Table Damask, Crash, Whi te Linens,
Shearings, Pillow Casings, Ac.
20 dozen L' idles' Underveatg, only 75c-worth
A lull line or Wlilte Linen Duck, Linell Drill and
i triped Linens ror Men'a and Boyt*' Suits-sold at
Our Cloth Department has receh 'ed additional
mpplles lo the latest styles or C ASSIMEKES,
?roadclotns, Drab d'Et?, Ac., all of ' which have
?udergone an extraordinary rcduci lftn ln ,.tn<
prices. We oder ibis Hue or goodB as great bar
raina, and ctn convince customers that th<
[ooda are the ohc-apest in this market.
Merchants, Milliners, Ac,, will And it p TofltabK
o take advr,nta?e of the great reduct lona w<
uake In our prices.
?W?vW, BENEDICT & it
344 Iv I V<, STREET.
?: ig ar a ana ?obacro.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO of all Kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examine Stock before baying else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N.B.-The Wheel of Fortune constant y on
band. Invest 26 cents and try your lnck.
JJR. R. B. HEWITT,
No. 34 WENTWORTH STREET,
CHAR Ii ESTO N, S. C.,
Can .)C consulted on the following diseases, and
diseases of a kindred nature, free of charge
and tu Btrlct confidence. Chargea mode?
rato and within the reach of all. Of?
fice hoars from 9 A. H. to 7 P. M. :
RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA. .
* in ail arthritic complaints, as rheumatism, gout,
neuralgin, AC , this practice ls almost perfect.
The most Intense poins are almost instantly re?
lieved, enormous swellings are reduced, limbs
which have been contracted and stitt for years are
relaxed. Cases of twenty, tm rt y and forty years'
Btandlng have been cured by me after all other
means have fulled
A great accomplishment ls my triumph over
pain by which 1 can often, In a few moments,
soothe and carry off tho most excruciating suf?
ferings. If this system did nothing more than
to relieve pain, lt won id ? t as? superior to any
other system extant.
Stopped-np Head, Running of the Nose, co staut
Uuwklng and Spitting, constant Blowing of
Thousands Buller from that most annoying, dls
agreeblc and offensive complaint, Catarrh, with?
out knowing what it ls. ufteu tue secreted mu?
cous, flowing down the throat, clogs up the lungs
aud lays the foundation for consumption.
The most skillful physicians fall to cure iL
1 cure auy case of ob. tr net iou, slopped-np
head, discharges of greenish, thick, thin or glairy
mucous from tue nose, internal or external, pani
or luilueas between the eyes, constant blowlug of
the nose. Inflammation of thu nasal passages,
ulceration of ochuciderlan membrane, ac, lu
the coarse of a few days.
Nervous Deafness, Noises tn the Head, Otorrhoea,
otitis (Discharge rrom thc Ear,) Paralysis of
I om dally treating all affections or the ear with
the most grailfying results. Somn who had paid
aurista neany $iuod without benefit have been
cured by me in a few weeks at a moderate ex?
Mcrcnry, Injudiciously used, hos filled tho earth
with wrecks of humanity. Thousands surfer from
its effects who have beeu unconsciously drugged
by their physician. Itu vaia to attempt the cure
of the majority or diseases while lt remains lo the
body. Although I have heard of several so-called
antidotes for mercury lu tue human body, I haw
never yet seen a physician who could eliminate
lt from the system.
1 can Batlafy any patient or physican that I can
absolutely abstract mercury, lead, zluc, and
other mineral poisons in every case.
NoU-me-Tangere, Lupuse, or Wolf Cancer, Sclr
rhuB cancer, Fungous Cancer, Rose cancer,
I make a great specialty in the treatment ol
every description of Cancer and Tumors.
How many Cancers and Tumors are wron foils
treated by certain charlatans styling Ibemselvei
After being pronounced Incurable, I will taki
any one of theao cases in hand and make a per
My 1er ms for treating Cancers, Ac, will b<
based on the age and condition of the patient
and the positive certainty or cure.
PBOPOSE TO SPEND THE SUMMER MONTH8
IN THE COUNTRY, AND PROPRIETORS OP
HOTELS WHO MAY WISH TO FILE THE
PAPEB FOR THE USE OF THEIR GUESTS,
CAN HAVE THE DAILY NEWS SENT BY
MAIL FOR SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS PER
NEW BOCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRINGS,
IROOKBRIDGE CO., VA.
Thia new Watering Place will bo open for the
reception or visit ora on the IST DAY OF JOLY.
The waters have been long and favorably
known, bnt nntll lately no improvements have
been made for the entertainment of the pabilo.
A joint stock company, chartered oHder the
name or the JORDAN ROCK, BRIDGE ALUM
SPRINGS, has been organized with ample capital.
The Company have completed thia season a new
and elegant Hotel, furnished throughout In thc
very best style.
THO mineral waters are both Alum and Chaly?
beate; the former being efficacious in all chronic
diseases, such as Pneumonia, Dyspepsia, Chronic
Dlarrhcea, Chronic Dysentery, Scrofula. Incipient
Consumption. Bronchitis, Chronic Laryngitis; and
the latter as a general tonio, and ls of great value
in those affections whloh are peculiar to the
female constitution. The accommodations will
be flrst-class In every respect
ROUTE-The Springs are eight miles from Go?
shen, on the line of the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail?
road, and within eleven to thirteen hours of Rich?
mond. Washington and Baltimore by ralL Col.
M. G. Harman's elegant stage coaches will con?
nect with the trains twice a day at Goshen Depot
Board, per day, $3: four weeks, $60. For far?
ther particulars, apply to c. B. LUCK,
." n QD ". . General Manager,
(KU. as above,) formerly of the spottswood Hotel,
HERO KEE SPRINGS.
This Watering Place, well and favorably known
to South Carolinians, situated 8 miles from Spart
tanburg Courthouse, in one of the bealthlea
neighborhoods of the State, ls now open to re?
ceive guests, and no pains will be spared to ren?
der B sojourn there pleasant and agreeable.
' Board, $2 60 per day; $11 per week; $36 single
month, or $30 per month lor two or more
months. D. B. CLAYTON A SON,
"^^HITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
OREEN BRIER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA, ?
Famous for their ALTERAT1VB 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-13 per day and $80 per month of thir?
ty days. GEO. h. PEYTON <k CO.,
SWEET CHALYBEATE SPBINGS,
(FORMSUI.Y RID 8WUT,) '
ALLEGHANY COU.\TY, VA.
i li ese Springs so long and favorably known for
their valuable ionic and Alterative Powers, beta
?. a Beverage and Bath, have been newly and
completely rei! tied wllh consentent and comfor?
table accommodations for four hundred persons.
Route, via Chesarpeake and Ohio Railroad to
Alleghany station, where elegant carriages be?
longing to the springs; will be m readiness for
COARQss-$3 per dav and $60 per one month.
J. T. WILSON, Superintendent.
rjTI HE STE EDM AN HOUSE,
AIKEN, 8. C.,
Solicits the patronage or the - Public, and guar?
antees satisfaction. Three minutes' walk from
Depot and Posiofflce. jnnl7-lmo
AT AIKEN, S. C.,
At the ALLEN HUUSE during the enaulng
Summer Mouths. Apply early to Mrs. N. L.
ALLEN._may 27-1 mo
M~ OUNT VERNON HOTEL, No. 81
W. MONUMENT STREET, BALTIMORE
u.U., ON EUROPEAN PLAN_Thia favorite es?
tablishment, situated in one or the most eligible
j positions in the etty, en the highest ground, and
j consequently well adapted for a Summer Resort,
being comparatively cool In midsummer, msg
nlllclently lumlshed with baths and other con?
veniences on every floor, ls now open for the re?
ception ot those comemplatlng a tour of pieasui e
the coming season. The cars run within a square
of the boase. CoachiM at all the stations* K. V.
WESTCOfT, Proprietor. jun8-4mos
J^EW MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.
TRI-WEEKLY LINE OF FOUR-HOBSE COACHES
FROM GREENVILLE, 8. C., TO ASHE?
VILLE, N. C.,
Leave Greenville Monday, Wednesday and Fri?
day at 7 A. M.
Arrive at Asheville next day by l P. M.
Leave Asheville Monday, Wednesday and Frl?ay
1 P. M. i
Arrive at Greenville next day by 7 P. M.
Leaving Greenville in the morning, go tbrongh to
Flat Rock and Uendersonvllle In daylight.
Faro to Flat Ruck.$6; to Asheville $7.
may3-2mo_W. P. BLAIR.
?JAPON SPRINGS AND BATHS,
HAMPSHIRE COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA,
VIA WINCHESTER, VA.
This delightful WATERING PLACE bas been
thoroughly reQtted, and ls now kept in the best
modern sty le. Its waters are Alkaline, and have
a wide celebrity for their prompt and happy ac
tlou la Dyspepsia, Diseases of tho Kidneys and
Bladder, including Calculus, In various Skia Dis?
eases, ami ia their admirable effects on the female
Constitution, the air of Capon ls unsurpassed in
all rho mountains of Virginia for salubrPy. elas?
ticity and cry ness. Its splendid Bivhs were de?
clared by Slr Henry Bulwer, when on a visit here
with Mr. Webster, os hardly equiled by anything
he had seen in Europe.
For our pamphier, with full particulars of rates,
charges, Ac, apply to A. A. SOLOMONS A CO.,
Druggists, or to the undersigned, by mall. -
juus-imo FRAZIER A SALE, Proprietor?. -.
HE HOT SPRINGS,
BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA,
' Arc now open to visitors. Its waters are cele?
brated tor the cure of Kheomatism. Gout, Paraly?
sis, Torpor of Liver. Ohrouio Diarrhoea or Dysen?
tery, Dlaeas's of the Uterus, Affections of the
Skin, especially or Syphilitic origin, and numer?
ous Ohrenlc Diseases.
. THE BATHS
Vary in temperature from 60 to Ito degrees
Fahrenheit, and picsent every variety or Chronic
Bath. They are moreover found to prepare the
system for the beneficial action of waters found
at the various other Mineral springs.
Have been constructed similar to those that are
largely need at the most celebrated spas In Ger?
many, and which give sufferers tho beneflt of the
very valuable remedial agents contained In the
Mineral Mud. These spriue* offer UNS?RPAS3
KD ATTR iCTIONS to both the Invalid and Pleas?
ure-Seeker. The equipment and management
aro equal to I hose of flrat-ebjsi city h tels. Every
modera Improvement has been provided.
Professor J. L. CABELL, M D., or the Uolversl
ty or Virginia, Resident Physician. For Pam?
phlets and Circulars, address S. C. TARDY A CO.,
Richmond, Va., or J. A. AUGUST, Manager, Hot
Springs. Bath county, Va._may22-2mo
?* A T O O S A SPRINGS.
WONDERFUL FOUNTAINS OF HEALTH
THE BRIGHTEST SPOT IN THE SUNNY
Are located In the Piedmont region, ol Georgia,
twenty-Ave mlfes southeast or Chattanooga,
Tenn., and within .wo miles of the Western and
These springs, fifty two in number, embrace
every VJriety of mineral water found in the fa?
mous mountains of Virginia-white, red and
black sulphur, Alleghany, all-ueallng and chaly?
beate, magnesias, soda and iodine; aa also tue
waters characterizing the Montvale springe, ol
Tennessee, and Indian Springs, of Georgia; all ol
which are to be found here In abundance, within
thc compass of thia "Magic Vale," .
AFFORDING A CERTAIN CURE
for Dyspepsta, Rheumatism, Cont. Liver Com?
plaints, Scrofula, all kinds or gff*?M*??
t Oos, ?nd in fact, every du?*se that human flesh
ls heir to.
THE HOT**? AND COTTAGE BUTLDINUS
are ia thorough condition, newly painted, and
"utire]y new appointments.
THE TABLE WILL BE FIBST-OLASS
In every particular. A magnificent ball-room,
loo by 30 feet, and elegantly fitted parlors. BU
Hard and bar-room 75 feet lung, and a capacloui
Direct telegraphic and postal communication.
The buildings and grounda will be brilliantly ll
lnmlnated with gas, and every attraction will bi
afforded the visitors t J Oatoosa SprlDgs.
The above Watering Place will be opened to pa
trouB June lat, 1872 by W. C. HEWITT,
Late of Globe Hotel, Augusta, 0a.
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERAT
By i. h. LUN8F0RD,
leba smith street, north or Wentworth,
?nrtixm 0aUc~&f)i? flJarj.
By HOLMES ic MACBETH, 9ftf f
BAY HORSE, LIGHT. W?GON AND
i Will be sold THIS HAT, Jane nih at Half-past
io o'clock, la front or oar Office, No. 31 Broad
One fine BAY HORSE
One Light Boggy and Harness to maten; '.
Term? cash._? :. ' Jnn24
J . By WM. McKAY.
TXrrXL BB SOLD THIS DAY, AT 10
Tf o'clock, at No. 45 Wentworth streei.
PRINTS, Dolly Varden Chintz, Ready-made Clo?
thing, Cambrics, Jaconets, Nainsooks, Straw Hats,
Shoes, and a large assortment of Shop Goods.
gtntnon QaitB^Sntaxe Banu.
By JEFFORDS*CO. "," "'~
mfflBTY BAB EELS DAMAGED FLOUR,
JL for Accoant of all Concerned;
Will be sold ""J-MORROW (Tuesday) MORNING.
In front of oar 8tore. Nos.. 17 and 10 Vendue
Range, at 9 o'clock, v .
30 bbls. Damaged FLOUR.
KCond I tiona cash. _ Jnn24
By WU. McKAY.
CONTENTS OP BAR-ROOM AND
Household Furniture, No. 84 Queen street,
near Klug street. On WEDNESDAY, the 26th in?
stant, at io o'clock, will be sold, at No. 84 Qneen
street, near King street, the CONTENTS nf BAB,
consisting of Mirrors, Pictures, Clock, Decanters,
Glassware,.Punch Bowls, Counters and shelving;
also the Household Furniture, consisting . or Bed?
steads, Bedding, Bureaus, Soras, Tables, Ward?
robe, Oil Cloth, Matting, stove, Ac. jnn34
By J. FRASER MATHE WES.
HOUSE AND LOT, No. 43 NASSAU
- ' STREET
wm te sold, on TO-MORROW, the' Hh Ins'Ant,
Molock,01 Bt0ad 411(1 EMt *** ** 11
HOUSE contains 8 rooms, with kitchen of 2
rooms. Lo t measures 36 feet front, by os feet
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay me for papers
and stamps, . . J an 24
By W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRTJNS^
TRACHT SUNNY SIDE AT AUCTION.
JL Will be sold at Auction on FRIDAY, the
2sth Instant, at li o'clock, at the east end of
The schooner Yacht SUNNY SIDE, berthon
io 20-100 tona, newly coppered and copper fasten?
ed. She ls well found m sails, rigging ano. . an?
ning gear, with boat, anchor, Ac., and has cabin
accommodations for eight persons.. She-has
lately been overhauled and painted, and can be
inspected at the Ne? Customhouse dock.
Ter ns cash. Purchaser to pay ns for papers .
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BEO S,
Auctioneers. ... 7
THE LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA
. VB. Daniel H. silcox, Administrator of James
E. Spear, et al.
By virtue oran order directed to me by Hon. B.
F. Graham, Judge Court Common . Pleas. for
Charleston County, I win offer for sale, at toe
east end or Broad street, at ll o'clock, on THURS?
DAY, 27thJune, . . . ... -Vr
'AH that LOT OF LAND with the Buildings tbere
WBD, situated on the north hide or South Bay street,
Charleston Battery, in the City of Obarlesim,
known by the letter B lo the Pla'- or Lands drawn
by James L. Branch, Surveyor, in June, i860,
measuring and containing, according, to the said
Plat, si feet ll Inches ou the r rou tune, on the
bock line 31 reet 2hi inches, on the east line 202
20100 feet, and on the west line 258 00-loo feet;
butting and bounding to the north on Landa
formerly of the Estate of W. P. Monefeldt, lo the
e'ast ou Lot or Land lettered A on said Plat, to the
southon South Bay street, and to the west on Lot
or Lan-is inte or John s. Asbe, now or the Estate
or James E. Spear. .?-../..
Tnis Residence ls of modern construction,
built or brick, double piazzas, cistern, Ac House
contains six rooms, with dressing rooms -and
marble mantels In each room. -,. ,u
Terms-One-half cash; balance In one and two
years, to be secured by bond of the purchaser
bearing Interest from day or sale, payable semi?
annually and a mortgage ol the property. The
premises to be insured by the purchaser and the
policy assigned, with the bond and mortgage.
I Pat chaser to pay Auctioneers for papers and
stamps. D. S. Si L?OX, ! '
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
* Auctioneers. ?'???'> '?
LD. DESAUSSURE, RECEIVER AND
. Agent In the case of Hey ward va. Hasel, et
al, va. Daniel H. Silcox, Administrator ot James
E. Spear, et al. fk
By virtue or an order directed to mc- by the
Bon. K. F. Graham, Judge or Court or common
Ploas.ror Charleston County, I will offbr for sate,
at the east end or Broad street, (Postomce,) at ll
o'clock, on THURSDAY, 271 h Jane,
All that LOT OF LIND, with the Mansion
House 1 hereon, situate, lying and being on tbe
north side of South Bay street, (known as tbe
Battery,) and opposite White Point Garden, in
the City of Charleston, measuring and containing
on the front line 64 reet, 7 inches, more or less;
on the back line 62 reet, and In depth 241 feet, be
the sal 1 (dimensions more or leas. Butting atad
bounding to the south on sooth Bay street; to
the north on lands now or la: e of Mrs. M. A. Peti
gru; to the east on lands or James E. Spear, and
to the west on land or T. D. Wagner and W. K.
Ryan, trustee or A. B. Ryan.
This desirable Residence contains 12 square
room", with tnree-story piazzas, observatory, and
?poa the premises are large kitchen, cistern, and
all necessary outbuildings.
Terms-One-half cash; remainder In one year,
to be secured by bond ol the purchaser, bearing
interest from thc day of sale, payable serai-annu?
al ly. and a mortgage or the property. The 'pre?
mises to be insured by the purchaser and' the
policy assigned, with the bond and mortgage.
Purchaser to pay auctioneers for papers and
stamps. D. S. SILCOX.
Bj GRU BBS & WILLIAMS.
Heal KA ta tc Agent? ?nd Aurtloneeri.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF THE RICHMOND
AND YORK RIVER RAILROAD.
By virtue ol two deeds of trust from the Rich?
mond and York River Railroad Company to thslata
Wm. H. Mucfarland aud tim undersigned, dated
respectively the 9th of September, 1859, and the
1st 01 January, 1866, the undersigned, surviving
trustees, will, on WEDNESDAY, the 14th day of
August, 1872, at 12 M., at the auction rooms-of
Messrs. (?hibbs A Williams, Richmond, Virginia,
sell by Public Auotlon, ?,
The WHOLE LINE OF RAILWAY of the said
Company from the City of Richmond to Weat,
Point, together with the Franchises of the said
Company, and the Equipments, Rolling stock,
Machine shops, Depots, Water Stations, Road
Ked, Machinery, Tolls, Easements, and every
other right, interest or estate conveyed by the
said deeds, excepting choses in action.. - ? -
THE TERMS OF SALE
will be GASH sufficient to pay all the costs or ex?
ecuting the trusts of said deeds, and to-pay the
Interest on the bonds outstanding under the deed
of 1859 aforesaid, estimated at about $26.000, and
then a credit nn ll the 1st or January, 1877, as to
$48,000, with interest from the ist of July, 1872,
at the rate ol 8 per cent per annum, payable
aeml-annnally, and then trash sufficient to pay
the interest due on the bonds of the first-class
under the deed of 1866 aforesaid, estimated at
about $52, coo, and a credit until the 1st of Janu?
ary, 1886 aa to $300,000, with interest at the rate
or 8 per cent, per annum from the 1st or July,
1872, payable semi-annually, and then Gash suf?
ficient to pay the Interest due on the bonds or the
second class under the mortgage -or 1868 afore?
said, estimated at about $156,000, and then a
credit until 1st of January, 1877, as to .$200,000,
with Interest from the ist or July, 1872, at the
rate or 7 per cent, per annnm, payable.seml-an
nually, and then a credit until the i?t orJanuary,
1890, as to the residue of soca parchase money,
wlih interest at the rate of 6 per .cent, per an?
num. As to so much .of the purchase money aa
may be applicable to the bonds, secured by the
deeds of trust aforesaid, the purchaser shall give
his bonds corresponding: with the said outstand?
ing bonds, and aa to th* residue of snell purchase
money, the purchaser shall give >??g"*??
bonds, as may be determined of?" .*^t5"ft;
the purchaser's bonds to be secured by deed or
ti^BtMthenronerty and franchises sold..
OM^Usts will "?"tea that the effect of a
sale ind co^vSyance by the undersigned win be
tn Mcrina-nwh ihe Company aforesaid, ano; make
?1fpurchaser a body corporate." For.Turther'par
1T"culara, apply to Messlears PAGE A MAURY,
Coun=eUors at Law, Bichmond, Va..
. R. H. MAURY,
J. PROSSER TABB,
9- Sale conducted by Messrs. GRUBBS A
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Holders or the'Mortgage Bonds aroresald will
report at once to Messrs. PAGE A MAURY, Rich?
mond, Va., the number or Bonds held by them,
the deed of trast by which they.are secured, the
amunut of each Bond, and the amount of interest
due. Holders of Detached Coupons will report as
above. R? H< MAURY,..
J. PROSSER TABB,
TT7ILL BE SOLD AT PRIVATE SALE,
W^en(10) ACRES or ?rood FARMING LAND,
on Meeting street road Just, north of tne^ree
Mlle House, being a portion or the Farmers ?rei
tillzer company's Tract,
for terms, apply at No. 38 Broad street
office or THE NEW?. TZV