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Wer Wenig Sucht, Der Bindet Viel.
? I From the German of Rucken.] *
Only'wsheuer for my heart I sought
Unes'ormy winter night:
To me the blessing of my lire was brought,
Making the whole world bright.
Howshali 1 inauk thee fur a gift so sweet r
e> dearest heavenly friend I
I sought a resting place lor weary feet
and lound my journey's end.
Only the late net of a friendly door
My timid Augers tried
A loving heart, with all Its precious store,
To me was opened wide.
I souetu for refuge from a passing shower
My sun shall always shine;
I would have sat beside the hearth an hour
And the whole heart was mine I
THE GROWING CROPS.
y Reports from Orangeburg-Tho Early J
J. H. M. W., an attentive correspondent,
. writing from Holly Hill, S. C., on the 24th Inst.,
? I have bad the occasion this season to travel
?E: .through some portions of Orangeburg County,
f and also have observed closely the crops in
I and about Holly Hill, S. C., and must say, as
a compared with the crop last yea:, np t? the
k present they are poor. We have suffered con
I slderable for rains. The corn crop?, certainly,
I will not be more than half of that of last
year; and the cotton is small and, for ibo
want of rain when planted, the staud ia poor.
I have been informed that many persona
wbo are ambitious to be brought into notice,
have nursed certain stocks o? cotton, so as to
?et first a cotton blossom, forwarding them to
editors for compliments. This certainly does
not represent the prospect generally. Such
will induce cotton buyers to speculate upon
the hard earnings ol the people
Tue Crops in St. Paul's.
Patfetto, writing on the 27th irom St.
_j-PauFi$ says :
:" Cotton continues to be king, and still wears
a bright crown. The fine appearance of this
crop on most of the plantations Just visited by
us, warrant us in saying that unless the "cats
mew," t h? yield will be large. On one planta?
tion where the cotton had grown high and the
branches had spread wide, we saw the field
hands at work hoeing sideways up, preparing
to "lay by."
We nave recently been! visited with refresh
log showers, but too light and too late, we
fear, to be ot much benefit to the March corn,
which materially Buffered during the dry
weather. Corn planted In May Is green and
healthy, and wltn occasional rains from now
out will do well.
On a farm owned by one we will name
Pitch, we saw cotton, planted In April, about
three Inches high, and corn, planted In
March, not more than two leet blgb, but
bunchlog for the tassel, and boto cotton and
corn well protected from the hot sun by a
luxuriant growth of nut grass. Pitch, bavlng
noticed that we were taking other than "lu?
nar" observations, approached us and rather
abruptly said : "Mister, farm In' dont pay
these ar days." Here ho carno to a full stop,
but soon added : 'Tve got cussed poor land;
can't scratch a livia* out it." We eyed the
man- tor a moment, shook our. head, said
. something, and turned away.
Blue Crop Reports from Anderson
Onr correspondent 5, writipg from Pendle?
ton, on the 26tb, says:
. Thanks to the great Ood, our long looked
for rain has come at last. Yesterday, In our
immediate surroundings, we had a beavy rain,
with no wind or storm to do any Injury, and
to-day another, making what we farmers
would call a good season, viz: The ground
wet sufficiently to plough to any depth desired.
Tuts, ls the drat rain we have had, since the
BtorajAheretolore reported lo you, in April,
to warthe ground one Inch deep. Some par?
tial showers bave fallen, followed by high
winds and scarcely any beneficial result-to the
crops. From appearances at our own stand
pool, the rain has been more general and ex?
tendive than heretofore since me above date.
I a n an old man, and bave no recollection of
ns gloomy prospects of crops as we have now
De/ore us, yet, but for a deficiency ot stands of
both dorn and cotton, we might, with fm ure
good seasons, anticipate fair crops. With
good stands, I would greatly preter a dry May
and June to a dry July and August, al the time
- corn ls shooting and filling. The grain of J
what wheat is made Is very good, but the
Stand was thin and beads short. The oats
crop almost an entire failure, especially the
spring-sown crop. Potato slips by many not
yet set out, the land not being prepared, and
- the season not being sufficient -for transplant?
ing. The prospect for cow food next winter
ls gloomy indeed, bot, by drilling corn for (ud?
der, and filling every spar? rod ol ground with
turnips, we may do much to avoid the sale of
cowhides next spring.
Although "we sent no delegates to the Co?
lumbia Convention, I think, as Greeley and
Brown advocates, we are all right, except
most of ibo darkies. Union Leaguers and Orr
ites? Orr and Wilkes, I understand, are to
speak shortly at Anderson. I don't, think the
game will be worth tbe ammunition.
A Simoom In Lancaster.
The Ledger says: "We learn that a simoom
passed over a small section of this county a
few days ago, destroy ingiabout fifteen acres of
cotton upon the plantation ot Mr. ?. B. Mob
ley, literally parching lt to cinders."
Crops in Greenville.
The Enterprise says: "Those farmers most
in need of rain say that the dry weather has
given them good opportunities for cleaning
onftAhelr crops and housing their wheat, and
asjjRie nasa and weeds have been thoroughly
chopped out, favorable seasons from this time
forward will give them abundant crops. The
corn and cotton plants aro am jil for tne time,
still healthy and vigorous."
Rains in Cbester.
'The Reporter says: "The refreshing rain
that visited our town and vicinity on lan Sun
' day evening proved of immense advantage
to the suffering crops. The results of the bot
and dry weather preceding the rain were very
perceptible, and with a continuance ol the
same kind o? weather a few days longer ma?
terial Injury to the crop would have been the
Good News from Kershaw.
The Camden Journal Bays: "As a rule we
have never seen the crops growing better
than at present. From the numerous re
ireshlng showers which we have recently ct
Joyed we presume that tbe drought Is finally
broken, and we will not be surprised ii the
showers continue. From every quarter of the
country the reports ol the condition of cotton
and corn reach us, and we feel no hesitation
in saying that, with good seasons, a bounti?
ful yield both of the 'staff ot lite' and the
'fleecy staple' will be gathered."
Press Reporta from Anderson.
The Intelligencer says: "This region ot
country was blessed on Sunday and Monday
last with copious tad general showers of wel?
come rain. Partial showers also vlsi ted us on
Tuesday, and the ground is thoroughly wet at
this lime. The months of May and June bave
been unprecedentedly dry, and the anxious
watching of occasional clouds had well nigh
exhausted the hopes of all. But the rains
have come, and in good time, too, for the
f)S are belter worked than usual, and
ough tbe growth of colton and corn
been retarded, the prospect to-day ls flat?
tering. The wbeat crop has been harvested,
and l's remarkable for Its abundant yield and
fine quality di grain. The only drawback is
tbe small area devoted to its culture. The oat
crop ls below the average, on account of the
JOTTINGS ABOUT TUB STATE.
-Mr. David M. Watson, of Anderson, died
-Seven members of the Seventh United
States Cavalry deserted lrom Yorkvllle last
-Three Ku - Klmes and two npgro prisoners
attempted to break out of Yorkvllle jail on ibe
-Mr. Fpstin's little son, who was severely
injured from a fall in Columbia on Wednesday
evening last, was better on Thursday.
-Temperance addre?ses were delivered in
Lancaster last week by Captain W. L. DePasB
and Generals Kennedy and Kershaw.
-Wm. Tucker was slightly injured by the
caving In of Mr. Btelglitz's store in Columbia
-The lecture of the Rev. J. E. Friernon be?
fore the Sumter Lyceum, on the evening of
the 18th instant, was an intellectual repast,
such as few communities often enjoy.
-Mr. Gray's dwelling, fn Columbia, was struck
by lightning on Thursday afternoon. The plas?
tering was " considerably damaged, as also the
window blinds, but no person was hdrt.
-Dre. T. Y. Harris and J. T. Craig, of Lau?
rena County, have been licensed by the medi?
cal board of the South Carolina Univf n>liy as
pharmacists, druggists and apothecaries,
under the late act of ihe General Assembly.
- -Tbece was quite; a stampede from ihe
Statehouse on Thursday during the storm.
cawed by the falling of a bench up stairs,
every one supposing that the roof was about
to fall throueh agaiu
-The Alumni Association of Furman Uni?
versity waB reorganlz-d in Greenville last
week.'and a committee was chosen to select a
person to deliver an address In June, 1873, on
the "Mrmorv of deceased Alumnae."
-The residence of Mr. John Walker, near
Double Branches, In Plckens County, was
totally destroyed by fire on Friday last, and
the entire contents ot the building were con?
sumed, except a couple of feather beds' and a
'"plano, which Mr. Walker succeeded in res?
cuing iroin the burninsr building. The origin
of the fire ls supposed to be accidental.
LIST OP LETTERS remaining in the Postofflce
at Charleston, for the week ending Jane 28,
1872, and printed officially In Tra DAILY NKWS,
as the newspaper having the largest circulation
In the City or Charleston.
STANLEY Q. TROTT. Postmaster.
Adkins, Mra G* 8den. U Pierson, Medora
Sarah Uibnes, sarah Pillsbury, Mrs F
Alston, Harriet Globes Celia A
Anderson, Ma- G-utevenler, Pillsbury, Mrs A
ry Elzabeth P
Bakus. Mrs O oreen. Rebecca Piper, Matilda .
Barre, Virginia Gr? en, An"a ' Pinekoey. Jane
talley, Mr? M A treen. Lottie Porcher. Louisa
Balley, Ella T Oreen, Luoy Poriighr, Sillar
Baird, Lizzie Htrrin. Maggy Price, Roae
Harrow, Laura Harrison. Jane P'lce, Mary
Baruara, Kehna tia dgrave, lae Randall, anna
Bassett, Mrs Sa- belia Reeves, Mrs S S
rah Bali, Felecia Beeves. Ida B
Barnes, Mrs E HIT. Emma Kiley, Julia
E Holmes, Mrs A Rivers, Manda
Bates, Mi's RT J Kl vis, celia O
Baxter. Matilda Holloway, Su- hive, Jennie
Behrman, Cain- san Rice, Mrs F H
trine Horsey, Edward Roberson, Rose
Bell. Marla Jackson. Anna Roberson, Misa
Bents, Harriet Jones, sophia Ro-d
B Joh ..son, Mary Roberson, Sarah
Blca!8e, Maria Johnson, 3 Koblnaon, Julia
Black, Kittie Johnston, Mrs A
Blacke, Nancy w Elliott Roolnson, Mrs S
Bowen, Mary Kelley, Celia U
Jane Kelsey. Miss A J Rogers, Henry
Rrlnton. Rose Kennedy, Marla Rotureau. Ida
BraJham, Miss L Rutledge, Eliza
B Ketdell, Jane Samson, Mrs
Brown, Sophia Langston, Jane Ann
Brown. Harriet Lee, Miss S Scott, Rose
Bro wu, Ellen Lee, t lizabeth seabrook, Mar
Brawn, Selena Levy, Mrs R H ttia
urigkts, Lanra Livingston, Sherendon, Ed
Chisnlm, Mrs Amelia D za
Jane Lucas, Hager Schriner, Mrs M
Cormier. Celia Marshall, Mra O
Corrio, Miss E J M ?chives, Eliza
Cooper. Emma Middleton. Phil beth
Colloton, Mrs ts . Shedd, Sarah J
Mary Martin, Eliza small, Tilda
Conyers, Sarah Miller, Harriet Smith, Pauline
Coleman, Cato- sillier, Margret Smith, Ange?
line Mitchell, Lizzie line
Costello. Julia; Modi?, Blaocuc smythe, Annie
Coffer, Julia [Murphy, Mrs E
Gorton, Mar- McCrady, Ella Stuart, Caroline
g ret M cu rd. Misa Sommer, lstbel
Crouch, Mrs H Sarah la
M McLanghlln, W Thomas, Delia
Cram, Charlotte J Ttiomson, Flor
Craton. Hester McPhall, Sarah * ence
Creed, Maggie B Thompson, Ja
Darr, *nua McPherson, Ell Ha E
Leas, Mrs EC za Trescott, Cece
Detinue, Mrs Nathans, Leah lia
Wm Sevens, Lottie Turpin, Miss E
Llahnn'y, Brid- A E
get Newman, Mra J Turpin, Ellen
DePass, Jennie E Vandorlipp,
Dickson, Sue L Nisbet, Mm Sa Laura ' .
DOlan, Ka e rah Vam!erh?rst,
Drayton, Myrah Newton, Mrs H Autonette
Du gee. Louis.. D Vaux, Mrs O A
Duffy, Mrs An- Nichols, Mrs J Walker, sallie
drew w Wade, Mrs E P
Eason, Miss Ma- Nit* s. Mrs M Warren, E lza
ry O'Brien, Alice beth
Ellis. Fosannah O'Brien, Mts E Washington,
English, Milty u om, Victoria *'M s
Fuldes, Panule <'(Ter, susan J We-ton, Jane
?vuwick. Marla Oston. Htza Whitworth, Ma
Fell. AnnaK ti. Mldora ry J
Fickllng, Kate oxlaide, Mary Wigf ill. Mollie
Pickling, Laural Palmer, Mrs E Wilkerson, Nan
B Parker, S tille cy
Flynn, Mary M Peck. Matt'da -villis, Mrs Jas
Fleming, Sallie Perry, Sarah F Winwright, L
Fripp, Elvira Peatier, Mella Youugblood,
Fraser, Aun ...i'.-.?..';....... Mrs O
Addison, Joi Freburg, Janus Mcoinuls, Wm
Alexander, D L Frt?>p, Mr ? McPherson, N
Alston, Allen Frany, A O Nix. W H
Ander on, Garaner, E O'Brien, A F
Moses Herleen. Jno o'tiru a. Samuel
Artson. James ul leaton, P E O'Rourke, F
P Glenson, Taos usterholtz, Juba
Ball, H J Oovermann, F O-lad. E M
Bam held, Thom- L Peoples, Rev E
HS G rc GD PP ul vW
Blackwood, Da- Oreen,' French Petit, N F
vid tirant. Ceo Phelps, J M
Blake, Samuel o rige, w H Pu sel. Wm
Blake, Geo Ham, C M Picardy W T
Blakely, chas C Ham, W T Pierson, J s A E
Bolla, W H Haig. Joshua Biter, J F
Bore in o, o O Hardy, solomon Rivers, W O
Bo vu RF Hains, Morris Rivers, John
Bryan, Moses Uart, Jim Rlcha dson, D
Bryant, Jake Haas, John Richardson, c 8
Brooks, S Hasted r, H Rogers, tape J
Braamon, Hayward, Thoa P A
Father Henderson, W Roberts, James
Brad?, H II R Roberson, Jo
Brown, El ls Hey ward, Jo- atan
Brown. Wm alah Roberson, Joe
Brown, T W Heyward, EB Robinson,
Bulwlnkle, J D Hendricks, B Wright
Buckland, R G W Rosebrock, H
Buiwinkle, J Hovt, Anon Roach, Henry
Carrington, O Hopkins, J P Rome, Frank
W Howard, BenJ RODIDO. A B
Cappel, Jacob Hunt, J R Rutledge, Parla
Campbell, Peter Huggana, ciar- Russell, J B
ChlBolm, Tuom enco Schapps, Loots
as Flume, Jr, John scbiy. Capt Jno
Clyde, Robt O Unger, A M -ena lock, -ey
da?asen. O A Hntson, J W .sche-be, ?
Coen. Jos (cord) dyott, W F setuken, O
Conroy. Patrick Irwin, Christo Sengstuok, J H
ci.niy, Geo pber a
Coigan. Thomas Izard, D Seymour, John
Conly, Bernard Jackson, Wm S
Coaunerord, M Jenkins, B R Sheppard, D M
Cohn, M L Jones. J P Shh er, K A
Cordes, Geo F Jones, Robt Schultze, H
urossby, WU- Joyner. .WS Sohnlize, Wm
liam Kingsland A silvia, James F
Crosby, H M Heath simmons. Ben
Cros-keys A Roper, Herman Simmons, chas
campbell Kohlmann, D sinclair, Capt
Da vi?, M Lanigan, Mun- Dan
Davis. Thomas den Small, John
Dawson A Bro, Dodson, Ed- Smith, K A
Deteslloe, ansel ward Sohle. Peter
Deveaa. Jacob Lemkubl. Mr ?barks. Henry
Dean. James Leman, E W Springer, J A
Dlerckej, Geo Leslie, c P Squire, Israel
Dickinson. S T Linsebrtnk, J H Stewart. W G
DiBher, T G Louts. J 'tub Hefleld. D
D.ughan, Jas Loony, James Symonda, Tom
Deda. JOB Lovf ly, Tony Tavll, Chas
Mlle, EC Mac mle, John Thomas, Steven
Drake A Mc- Marley , Geo W Thomas, J U
D well Manning, W H Todd, James L
Duguernan, F Madsen, O Turk, H J'
M Mathews,B J L" Von Bellen, J
Donne, Richard Mel zle, M Wajpele, J
Eckhard, s U Hikes. Thomas Walke?, D
Englemann, E Mues, Thoa T Washington,
Evana, Benj Middleton, Wm Tony
Ferguson, Dan- unter, Lewta E Washington,
iel . - Monroe, James Wm
Fields, March ' Morf ey, P Webb, Walter
Fieldb, Prince tfomisl, Chris Webb, W H
Finnegan, Tb os tum Weimer, J D
Fleming, Frank Moon i Co, Rob Weller, J H 0
Fordham, F 1 erl Weber, Charles
Fonts, A J HcOomlc, Wm Weatherhoro, M
Fraser, A MoCny, Aaron White, Jos R
Fraser, s M McPherson, E williams, A
Fraser, W M .Wi.lllams, A S
Clothing, Oailormg, Ut.
MENKE 3L MULLER,
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 F UR NI SKIN Cr
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.
DTTJ ?oc?a, &z.
DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS !
FtRGHGOTT, BlvNEDICT & CO.
No. 244 KING STSEET,
100 rolls Waite Matting, 25c-worth 35c.
loo rolls Check Matting, ssc- worth 40c.
60 piece] Fancy Matting, only 40c.
loo Silk Poplin Dress Patterns, at $8-worth
. IO pieces Japanese Dress Bilk, only 75c
SOO pieces White Pique striped and figured, only
100 pieces, a'l colors, 4-4 Dress Bat tis te, only 20c
60 new and elegant Sommer Shawls, $l and
8C Black Llama Lace Shawls and Sacks-very
A nDC lino or Black Silk, at a redaction of 20
600 pieces different stvles of Dress Goods, at
exceedingly low prices-rrom 12c and upwards
PREVIOUS TO TAKING TEARLT INVENTORY,
FtRCHUOTT, BENEDICT & CO.
244 KING STREET,
Offer their entire stock of Dry and Fancy Goods
at pri ces never before in the mai ket.
2 cases of Wammutta XX Longcloth. only 20c.
6 cuses of the celebrated El ter ton 4-4 Bleached,
20 cases of other well known branda, at from
12 X IO 16C.
io cv es or new Calicoes, fast colors, elegant
Percales, Cambrics, Muslins, Lawns, Ginghams,
, Denims, stripes, Beutlcklng-all very low.
OUR HOSIERY DEPARTMENT
ls the best assorted one In town, and onr prices
can compare favorably with any house. North or
Ladles' and Children's Dose, from loo and np.
warda, (Si per dozen.)
Ladles' Fine Hoie, rrom 20c and upwards.
. Men's English Half Hose, ..from $2 per dozen
Lille and Silk Gloves, to snit all, at very i?w
The finest selection of Ribbons, all colors, shades
No. 244 KINO STREET.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS*at the lowest possible
Napkins, Doylies.' Towels, Bleached and Un?
bleached Table Damask, Crash, White Linens,
sheetings, Pillow Caatnga, Ac.
20 dozen Ladlee' Underveats, only 75c-worth
A mu line of White Linen Duck. Linen Drill and
Striped Linens for Men's and Boya' Suits-sold at
Oar Cloth Department has received additional
snppllea In the latest styles of CASSIM EKES,
Broadcloths, Drab d'Ete. Ac, all of which h .ve
undergone au extraordinary redaction in the
prices. We offer thia line of goods aa great bar?
gains, and ctn convince customers that the
goods are the cheapest in this market.
Merchants, Milliners, ftc,, will find lt profitable
to take advantage of the great r?ductions we
make in our prices.
FCRCUGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.
?4UA KING STREET.
S. SS. CRITTENDEN,
THE ONLY HOTEL IN THE SOUTH HAVING THE
"SAFETY PASSENGER ELEVATOR "
OF OTIS. TUFTS, A CO.,
AND PRINCIPAL OFFIOB OF WESTERN UNION
BAGGAGE CHECKED TN THE HOTEL TO
ALL POINTS. . .
THE H. I. KIMBALL HOUSE,
PONCE DELEON SPRING,
THE YOUTH RESTORING FOUNTAIN,
IN ADDITION TO TUE NEW ESTABLISHED
FACT 1HAT THE
As regards size, ventilation, comfort. Its cuisine
and general appolutmen's, ls unsurpassed by any
Hotel lu America, the Proprietor begs to aaaare
all who are in que? of
HEALTH OR PLEASURE
That his arrangements are now perfected to
All that can be desired by those who seek the
combined attract ons of a
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL AND VALUABLE MINE?
RAL WATERS 11
Together with the pleasant temperature and In?
vigorating breezes to be enjoyed at Atlanta, situ?
ated on one of the moat elevated portions ef
Middle Georgia, A band or
Has been secured to render approplate Music
THE BALL ROOM,
One of the most capacious, thoroughly ventilated,
and brilliantly illumined li America, ls thrown
open nightly for tho enjoyment ol guests. In
addition to which ls a ,
Fur the especial enjoyment of the Ladles.
The wonderful cnratlve properties of the
Water are now folly established, as can be
proven by teal Imony of those who have thoroughly
teated and realized Its efficacy.
For the season for Families can be made on ap pil?
as-The Proprietor or the H. L KIMBALL
HOUSE respectfully solicits that patronage,
which he deems his efforts to successfully cat er
for the appreciative taste of a refined public enrJ
tie him to.
Jnn24-lmo_ S. C. CRITTENDEN
p AVILION HOTEL,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
O. T. ALFORD & CO.,
may 14 R. HAMILTON. Soperintendent.
THE ENEMY SURRENDERS. -THE
dragon Blain by St George, and t'.ie snake
that ?topped tho march of Regulus, were mild
nuiaancea compared with <Jb KO >?!<>' INDIGES?
TION and Its accompaniments; yet thia foo of
heap h and life, with ail the brood o', blllnu'iand
n?rveas ailments of which lt ia thf, parent, sur?
Tarrant'* Effervescent Selt zer Aperient
and ls banished rrom the system. At i his season.
wh?-n the phyatcal powers are rn ant. to droop and
languish,and the spirits to elvo way, the toeing,
purifying, refhttilas*, renovatlD a and regulating
operatiou of ihts moat agra?obi e ol all correctives
la especially conducive to a h eaithful and vigor?
ous condition or the ayatem,. bold by all Drug?
iDrnas ano ?SUlsitinta. *
pRUGS AND MEDICINES,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DR. H. B A E B,
NO. 181 MEETING STREET,
Ia addition to a full atocle of Droga and Che ml
cala, offer* the following Patent Medicines and
Sundries : . ?.
HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATES
Grlmault'a Syrur. of tue Hypophoapbate of Lime
Guaran? (Headao?e) Powders
BERGER'S BKDBUQ DESTROYER
Beef, Wine fend Iron jj
Elixir Phosphate Iron, Quinta and Strychlna
Valentine's Meat Jalee, matte or the beat Beef,
without fat, the beat Fold for Delicate chll
? dren, suffering from Summer Complaint. It
la easily prepared, and quite palatable
Helniteh'a Queen's Delight I
Leldy's Blood Pills
German Blood Pills
Slr James clarke's Female Pills
Grlmault'a Matteo Capsules j
Wllber's Ood Liver Oil and Hypophosphate or
Sugar-coated Pills, of every description
Fluid Extracts (a mil assortment)
DeBlng's Pile Remedy
DeBlng's Via Fupaa
Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Pierce's Golden discovery
Simmons's Liver Regulator
McMunn's Elixir of Opium ,
Sponges, of every description
Carbolic Add, (crystals,) Carbolic Acid, In solu?
tion, ror Dlaln rec ta ut Purposes
Carbolic Disinfectant Soap
Carbolic Toilet Soap
Solution of Chloride of Soda, a convenient Dla
infectant ( .?.>.
Chloral Hydrate, made by Merck, of Darmstadt
Fountain Syringes, Manson's Syringes, David?
Atomizers, Perfumers, Breast Pumps
Pessaries, Trosses, Abdominal Supporters
Hall's Hair Renewer
Chevalier's Life ror the Hair I
Montgomery's Hair Restorer
EXCELSIOR ll AIR TONTO
Vitalia ror tho ?air
allen's Hair Reatorer
Barry's Ti loop herons
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Tntt'a Hair Dye
Batchelor'a Hair Dye
Japanese Hair Di e
Egyptian Hair Coloring
NA TT A N'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY
Easting's Syrup of Naptha
Allan's Lung Balsam
Forest's Juniper Tar
Stafford's Olivo Tar
Marsden'a Pectoral Balm
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Schenck'a Poimonlc Syrup
Russell's Soothing Cordial
OhRHAN SOOTHING CORDIAL
Chlorate Potash Lczengca.
Lozenges of Pepsin and Iron
iodlnlzed Cod Liver Oil
Bryan's Poimonlc Wafers
Frenob Tooth Lozenges
Thomson's Tooth Soap
?? And all other Proprietary Mediemos.
WHY SHAKE AND BURN
CHILLS AND FEVER?
THEY ARE ENTIRELY VEGETABLE.
They contain no ?menle or poisonous ingre?
dients of any kind-nothing in the least dorree
injui lous to the system nader H ny circumstances
-and may be administered wita perfect safety
to an infant.
They never fait to cure tho most obstinate case
when taken as dlreoted.
They cure imme iai-ly. Ia no casa will the pa
tient have more thau one chill alter trie flrst dose,
and tn the majority of cas s not even that.
They accomplish the work by destroying the
cause of disease, which no other remedy pretenda
They are an effeotnal preventive, neutralizing
the malarious poison - la ihe system, and mus
averting its consequences.
PHYSICIANS USE THEM IN THEIR PRAOTICE
It i-i almost universally the CSB > that physicians
condemn what are generally known as "Patent
Medicines." MOISE'* FEVER AND AG?E PILLS,
though under thia head, the composition la known
to many, and a.< pa pable are their valuable cura?
tive properties that a number dr the first physi?
cians lo the South and Weat have adopted them
in their practice, anH recommeud them to their
patients aa the moat reliable Fever and Agne
NO ONE NEED SUFFER,
be they ever BO much exposed to Fever and Ague,
H they will only take
MOISE'S FEVER AND AG?E PILLS.
To thoa* who have contracted Fever and Ague,
Instead of oslo? Quinine. Arsenic, and other power?
ful remedies, they will find not ouly immediate
relier, but a positive cure in
MOISE'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS,
which ls an old reliable article prepared from the
private formula of <>ne of the most experienced
physicians In the Fever and Ague districts, who
alter many yearn of successful prxcUce has made
li known to tho pr prletor. Thia article has been
iib'ed in cases where every remedy has failed be?
fore', and performed the most astonishing eurea;
being a vegetable compound," it removes the
cause nf the di ness e at once, and does not fur?
nish, as many articles do, only temporary relief.
OMETHTNG NEW I
THE SEWING MACHINE FAN.
WORK AKD COMPORT COMBINED.
SIMPLE DURABLE AND CHEAP*.
Call and Bee them at the Agency or the best
Machines In the world.
D. B. HASELTON,
NO. 307 KINO STREET.
IWOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE
to my friends and the nub ic that I have
onened AN ESTABLISHMENT FOR MANUFAC?
TURING LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S UNDER?
WEAR at No. iel Klug street, where I would be
hap- y to receive any orders In my line. SAM'L
LANGLEY. Jr._'_InnlO lmo
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS in largeor small quantities.
Price 60 CENTS PF't HUNDRED. Apply Qt the
office of THE NE Wa. may ls
?Jrtj ?Goos, Stt.
DEY GOODS !
DEY GOODS !
AT REDUCED PRICES !
No. 270 EINa STREET. CORNER HASEL STREET,
JUST BECEIVED AN INVOICE OP BLACK AND COLORED SATIN-STRIPED
GRENADINE DE TERRE AND HERNANI.
HERXAM AND SEWING-SILK SHAWLS.
Warranted Parla Dye, at Twenty-five Per Cent. Less than Gold Cost of Importation.
Oar Stock ls very Fall and Complete in Every Department, all of which will be Sold at Reduced
. MATTING ! ? MATTING-! MATTING !
Fresh MATTING jnHt landed from Twenty-five Cents per Yard np.
ICE BLANKETS, from Fifty Cents np. " ?
HO. 270 KING STREET, CORNER OF HASEL.
ALEXANDER M'LOY. J. W. RICE..
J. TS". RORSO^x^
HAVING AMPLE MEANS FOR ADVANCES, A BUSINESS EXP?RTB?CE OP
twenty years, and confining himself strictly to a Commission Business, without opening
on ula own account, respectfully solicits conslgaments of C ition, Flour, Corn, Wheat, Ac. Shlppe&J
nf produce to him may. at their option, have their consignments aol I either In Onarleaton or New
York, thua having the advantage of two markers without extra commission'. ?
! References- ?lahop W. M. wightman. S. C.; Colonel Wm. Johnson, Charlotte, N. C.; Rev T. G.
Summers. D. D.. Tennessee; Hon. John P. King. Augusta, Ga. ; Muss rs. G. W. Williams A Cb., Charles,
ton, S. G.; Messrs. Williams. Birnie A Co.. New York.
AS the SPKCIAL AGENT FOR THE STATE OF DUPONT'S GUNPOWDER, I will always keep a rall
I stock of all kinds at Magazine. The long experience of Ue-srs. Dupont tn tin manufacture of Gun?
powder, makes ft nnnecearary to say more than that I guarantee the quality or every package. Price
j as low as any other Powder in the market. Persons ordering please name DUPONT.
MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINING COMPANY.
As Agent for thc M 4.RYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINERY OF BALTIMORE, I will keep constantly
on hand a full assortment of crashed, Powdered, G ramil ited, A wu ice, B. White, O Extra. O Yel?
low; a so Amber Drina tn barrels, which L ofLtr at manufacturera' price?, freight added. Any chango
In price being reported daily by telegraph, thoa giving the trade tue advantage of IL >./
Am also Agent, for the celebrated tiranda of Family Hour manufactured ny Mesara. DAVI4 A
EMMONS, of St Loola, wnlch I can recommend in every respect; pur. up la Ninety-eight Pound Bags
and B?rrela-BBST AND GOLD DUST, Choice Family,' Home Mill viedium Family, Santa Marla Good
Family. Also several of the beat Mills In Virginia, Georgia and Tennessee.
As Agent for WHITTAKER A SON'S CELEBRATED HAMS, Anderson H.'a Go. Beargras? Hams
Fairbank, Peck A Col's Caddy Lard, Werk A Co.'a Candles, Samuel eon ard A qon candles. Johnson
A Clements Oom Starch, James Beatty A Uo.'a Crackers, Canes, c , Soaps of All varieties, Mackerel in
klt? and hair barrels, Ludlow Brand of Gunny cloth. Baling Twiu?. Ac. Ac" and as I devote myself
exclusively to a Commission Business and ali the soods are received direct fro a factory and neither
sell nor nay on my own account would respectfully call the ideation of the trade to my facllltioa
far doing business, and the Inducements offered to purchasers. Hiving an experience of over
twenty years, and having Just ereoted a large and commodious st Dre In addition to my others, I am
folly prepared for boalneaa. *
ENGLISH SUPERPHOSPHATE. OF LIME,
Importai direct from LlverpooLand guaran iced to contain twenty-foar per cent, of Soluble Phos?
phate of Lime.
DIRECT FROM THE AGENT, WARRANTED PURE. For aale at market ra'es.
'RAW BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE, FLOUR OF BONE, D?SSOLVED
BONE, PLASTER OR GYPSUM.
Always on hand, and as every shipment ls anatyzed on arrival, Planters can rely,on getting the
same article, and folly up to standard.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
The highly satisfactory and remarkable effects of thia Guano in producing very largely Increased
crops or cotton, Cois and other atapla cropa, has attracted the general attention or Planters and
J. IV. ROBSON,
AGENT FOR THE STATE,
Nos. 1 sad 3 Atlantic WHarfaniI 68 Bast Bay, Charleston.
(COPTBIOHT.SD ) T
[?BTTKDSL PEBBLE SPECTACLES'
hare the power of
ARRESTING THE HEAT-BATS
of solar or artificial light before they enter the eye
Ute Len s et of the
TARUNDEL PEBBLE SPECTACLES
ARE VIOLET TINTED,
.IZT HO CONSTRUCTED THAT WHEN APPLIED TO THE ETE '
Thc weaker and higher numbers of the.
Arundel Pebble lenses
rARE . THE SAME TINT.^
They are the Most Brilliant and Beautiful
" Ever Invented.,
S MANUFAOTTTKED BY
THE ARUNDEL PEBBLE SPECTACLE 00.^
No. 9 MAIDEN LANK. *ew York.
Factory: Brajnw>Asr, England.
H3~For sale ONLY bv Mum that have our ctrlificaif
CARRINGTON, THOMAS & CO.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON, S. C.
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
BJ J. L, LUNSFORD,
feb? smith street, north of Wentworth.
r. <&i$atsranb ?obat?o. ?89
WHOLESALE AMD BETAIL MANUFACTURING.
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOi/SE
No. 310 KINO STUViCT,
THREE DOORS SOUTH fv SOCIETY STREET.
OIGABS AND TOv+?0O oi 611 kinds.
PIPES of "ury quality.
Cai* <*ad examine Stock before buying; else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. B.~Trie Wheel or Fortune constant y on
band. Invest 25 cents and try your luck.
rjvHET NEW HTPB~?TED
WHEELER & WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machines
on Tcu Dollar monthly payments. ?
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER A WILSON UiNUFQ CO,
apr5-iyr No. 209 King street.
Hartum Httkg^jtlrja. jPog, ' f
By WM. McK?T.
ONE HUNDRED^ D O Z E N TOILET
SOAPS, Doob?V? Patent lacking, Parlor
>e:u, Bedsteads. Bu eons, Mattresses Chsirs, Ac.
Will sell the above THIS DAY, at Na 45 Went
worth street, a 10 o'clock._ Jon??
By WM. McKAT.
PRIME YOONG MARE MULE 'AND
Werk Horse. WU1 be sol i THIS DAT, at No.
46 Wentworth street, at lo o'clock, g Jnn29
2Lrmion ?alca-Sumte tDarjf.
By W. Y. IEITCU FR7S. BRUNS,
CLOSING OUT OF RUSSELL'S BOOK
**Wiil be sold on MONDAY, the 1st of Jnly.at ll
The remainder of the Stock'or the Estate of Jno.
i Russell, King street, consls lng In part or BOOKS,
Shelvings, Counters, Glass Cases, Iron- safe, Ac.
jun29 ' - ? .
By W. I. LEITCH & B, S. BB?5S,
EARLE. VS. PERKIN8.
By virtuo or decree and order ia above
case, I winsell'at Pub ic Auction,, on DESDAY
2d or inly, at ll o'clock A. M., at the corner ot
East Bay and Broad.streets.
All that Three ?tory BRICK TENEMENT on
the sonth side of Princess street, known as No. 7.
' : ALSO,
All that other Three bi ory BRICK TENEMENT
adjoining the above, and known as No. 0. .
Terms-One third casa, balance In one'and two
yeai s; deferred payment to bear interest from
day ot sale, and to be secured by bond of par
chaser and mortgage of premises. Premises to be
In nred aud policy assigned. Purchaser to pay
for papers and scamps.
E. W. M. MACKEY, .
Jun27_Sheriff Charleston County.
By GRUBBS& WILLIAMS, ~J
Real Bistate Agenta and Auctioneers'*"
TRUSTEES* SALE OF THE RICHMOND
ANDYORK RIVE R RAIL ROAD. ' ' .
By virtue of two needs or trust Iront the Rich*
mond and York River Railroad Company to chelate
Wm. H MacTarland and tue ~ undersigned, date?!
respectively the 0th or september, 1869, and the
1st o January, 1866. the undersigned, surviving
i trust?es, wm, on WEDNESD AY, the nth day of
Augnac. IST j, at 13 M., at the auction rooms of
Messrs. Grubt? A Williams, Richmond, virginia,
sell by Punllc Auction, ' " ," * :v
The WHOLE LINE OF RAILWAY of the sa?
Company from the City or Richmond lo West
Point, together with the Franchises or the said
Company, and the Equipments, Rolling stock.
Machine shops, Depots, Water Stations, Hoad
bed, Machinery, Tolls, Easements, and every
other right, Interest or estate conveyed by the
said deeds, excepting choses m action.
I THE TERMs OFSALE. ,
will be CASH sufficient to pay all the costs of ex
ecu: lug the trusts of said deeds, and to pay the
Interest on the bunds outstanding under tue deed
of 1869 aforesaid, estimated at about $s6.ooo, and
then a cred t un ll th* 1st or January, 1877, as to
$43.o?o, with Interest frdm the 1st of. Jnty.ia.tf,
j at tue ..rate of 8 per cent per annnm, payable .
semi-annually, and tbeu Cash sntuolent to pay
I the Interest nue on the bonds of che first-class
nader the deed of 1866 aforesaid, estimated- at
about $52,%o, and a credit nntU the lat of Janu?
ary, is sd aa to $880,000, with Interest at the rato
or 8 per cent, per annum from the 1st or Jilly,
1872, payable semi annually, and. then Cash, euf
~?^:eDt to pay the Interest due on the bonds of me
secotuiciass under tho mortgage o? 1868 afore,
said, estimated at about $166,000, and then a
credit until Ta* or January, 1877, as to $299,000,
with Interest from the. ist or July, 1872, at the
rate of 7 per cent, per annnm, payable semi-an?
nually, and then a credit until the 1st of January,
1S9U, aa co the're-Hue of s oh purchase money,
wi1 h interest at the rate of s per cent, per an?
num. As to so much of. the purchase money as
may be applicable to the bonds, secured by the
deeda of trust aforesaid, the purchaser shall ?ive
his bonds corresponding with the s?M outstand?
ing bon ti s ?an il as to rl>e re-idue of such purchase
money, the purchaser shall give his bond'Or
bonds, as may be determined upon after the sale;
the purchaser's bonds to be secured by deed or
trast on the property and franoulqes sold.
capitalists wUl tnke notice that th? effect of a
gale and conveyance by the undersigned wm be
to extinguish the Company aforesaid, and mata
the purchaser a body corporate.' For farther par
ilcalars. apply to Messieurs PAGE A MAURY,
Counsellors at Law, Richmond. Ya, ? . .
R H. MAURY, ..
J. PRO-SER TABB,'
' ' Surviving Trustees.
Sale conducted by Messrs. QR UR BS A
. NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Holders of the Mortgage Bonds aforesaid will
report at once to Messrs. PAGE A MACRY, Rich?
mond, Va., the number of Bonds held by them,
the deed of trust by which they are secured, the
amouuc or each Bond, and the amount of Interest . "
due. Holders or Detached Coupons will report as
above. R, H. MAURT,
J. PROSSER TABB,
Jons _Surviving Trust?es.
2lgricnltural ^atrumr^; ;
. WRIGHT & WARNOCK'S
PATENTED OCTOBER 10, 1871; '
We take pleasure in presenting to the planters
and public a Horse Power gotten np by 'Messrs.
WRIGHT A WARNOCK, of Barnwell and Beau?
fort Counties, S. C.. which ls a most perfect ma?
chine. The Bald Power will give greater speed-at
the expense oi lers power than anything vet In
use ; ls strong, simple and durable.. Can be used
with equal ease for glnalng cotton, threshing
grain, pumping water, Ac. Will, on a forty-saw
gin In good order, with two mules, moderate
galt, gin 1600 pounds lint cotton per day; brisk
driving 2000 pounds. One mole can pull lt: light
for two. lt alts In a frame In the house; can be
arranged to gin with the gin and gear sitting on
the ground; '1
Another important feature or this Power ls
that the rising or falling of the floor of thefcouse
does not affect the working of the gear la any
way. ..? : Hfg
ThU isa Southern enterprise, and no humbug.
Price $126, and freight, ready for putt ing ap.
G. LL KIRKLAND and W. A. CLARK,
Allendale, S. e., 1
Agents for Sooth Carolina. '
G. H. KIRKLAND, Agent for North Carolina, i ,
Rev. Messrs. Joseph A. Lawton* and. Joseph
Bostick,* of the Savannah River Assco^
tlon, Allendale; Captain W. M. Bouick,* Allen*
dale; Rev. Meesss D. J. simmons and F. Milton
Kennedy, of the Sooth Carolina Conference^Gen
eral Johnson Hagood, Barnwell Courthouse;
Captain R D. Senn, Columbi i; F. J. Pelzer, Bsq.:,
and Messrs. Reeder A Davis, Charleston, s. C..
'Those marked thus have seen the Power at
?ljirts anb jgrnigfimg (ftooftg.
ENGLISH AND BALBRIGGAN V
HALF HOSE. .
GAUZE, MERINO, SILK AND THREAD
WINDSOR SCARFS, BOWS & TIES.
COLLARS AND GUFFSJj
PAPER COLLARS ^
|IN CHEAT VARIETY, -
WITH THE LATEST PRODUCTIONS OF - -
ELEGANT NECK-WE AB,"
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. .
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE THE it AUK ET HALT , V