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At the Garden Gate-A Summer Picture.
UT CHRISTIAN RHID, AUTHOR OF VALERIE AYLMER,
MORTOli HOUSE, AC.
< Tue light of sommer sunset still linge s adown
The tender charm of the gloaming ls full of a
quiet rest ;
The trembling stars are faint and few in the misty
Aa I stand alone at the garden gate-waiting for
yon, my lore.
Over archway, and vine ami trellis, the perramed
Some rich with the hues of damask, some white j
as the buds of spring ;
This, proud aa an Orient beany, ufticg ber glow?
That, lair aa a stainless vestal, gentle, and pure
The balmy breeze of the sunset steals by like a
Sent out from the golden cloud-land to the
earth's rich loveliness :
It comes with the breath of summer on its
pinions as they pass,
Rustling the drooping foliage, and attrring the
lu the starry shade of the jasmine a vesper-song
Tender ann sweet and joyous, from the throat of
a mocking bird :
And, there in the shadowy woodlands, here in
the oat-*ree hid,
Ringing clear through the stillness ls the voice of
The far-off low of cattle, and the sound of a tink?
Come faintly borne through the twilight from a
gentle upland swell;
And where the dark-green forest melts blue Into
A scent of sweet, fresh clover breathes on the I
In the magic light of the gloaming, the royal fields
Rest under the gracious promise or a fair young
It hangs like a golden sickle where the tints are
sort and bright,
A;Tjd the sunset glow w ll scarcely rade through
the long summer night.
And, far In the purple hollow, under the crest or
I hear the fret or the water as lt dashes around
I hear lt hurrying onward, singing a sweet old
Sweet as the summer fragrance, old as the skies
A song love and of parting, or raith and or cour?
or raith that has never faltered, of love that ls
ever true I
Of quiet and patient yearning, of hope that has
learned to walt;
And perhaps-wno knowB?-of a malden, alone at
a garden-gate. [Appleton's Journal.
THE CAMPAIGN NEWS.
Greeley Against Grant-A Paper for
The Presidential Campaign for 1872 has
opened; It will be the most exciting that
the country has ever known. The issues in?
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overthrow of Grant and the election of J
Greeley mean Honesty and Reform in the
National Administration, the triumph of Law
. and the restoration of Peace and Harmony
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fundamental principles of government which
' prevailed in the better days of the Re?
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relief from organized persecution and rob?
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Charleston, S. C.
T?(B RAILROAD HOG.
How a Rare Specimen was Treated'
Serve i Him Right.
"This seat is taken, slr." All of our readers
who have travelled to any considerable extent
are familiar with this formula. It tells the
story of the railroad hog-the small-so'uled,
mean, selfish brute who pays grudgingly for
one seat and strains his small wit to nold two.
This particular hog wore a plug hat, shiny with
the genuine Boston gloss, an enamelled shirt
and closely-cropped iron-gray beard. I know
his kind. He ls an eminently respectable
beast, who always pays his debts promptly,
administrates his dead brother's children out
of their patrimony, ls the president of joint
stock companies, and bas biographical eulogies
published In the newspapers when he finally
kicks the bucket. I knew the hog lied when
be said "this seat ls taken, slr," but I lonnd
one Unat was not taken, slr," and watched
him io Bee how maay times he would repro?
duce the falsehood. The coach was rather
full, and, would you believe lt, that miserable
bog told sixteen separate and distinct Hes in
order to gratify his mean selfishness-enough
to have sunk a healthier soul to perdition.
He varied the formula; one time it was a wave
ot the hand and a look to the rear of the car
to indicate that the holder of the seat had
gone for a drink of water and would be back
soou. Another time, to the Inquiry of a mild
mannered and timid questioner, he replied by
a stolid stare, and then, spreading himself a
.little Wider, he resumed the perusal of his
?newspaper. I was tempted to crawl up be
;hlnd him and hiss Into his ear. "You're an
.awful liar." But I had my revenge. A big,
red-faced two-hundred pounder, In a dirty
linen coat, came In at a way station. He was
sweaty to a fearful degree. His feet
smelt 5 like valerianate of ammonia and
rotten fish, and his breath was a hot,
stinking sirocco, based on bad whiskey
and onions. This fiery and fragrant behe?
moth preferred to settle himself in the seat
that was taken. "This seat ls"-began the
hog. "Weu, I guess I'll take it till the other
fellow comes," returned the sweet-smelling
heavy-weight, and down he plumped, partially
crushing the hog In his descent. The latter
frowned ?nd began to bluster, but ihe red
faced ruffian soon took that out of him with a
threat to swallow ulm whole-to chaw him
up and spit bim out-to pitch him out of the
window-to go through him like a dose of
salts, and to make various other dispositions
of id m In case fae didn't simmer down. Our
porcine friend sim mered, and then the bar?
barian grew good-humored. He told funny
anecdotes, and poked the hog in the ribs. He
wanted to know where he came from, and
where he was going. He spat quarts ol' tobac?
co juice across him out of the window, spat?
tering his shirt-front, between his boots, on
his valise, and all around. He offered him a
"chaw" every time be took nut his plug of
navy. The hog perspired freely, and shivered
with disgust. Finally, be crawled out and
stood up for forty miles, until another seat
THE AGE OF S SAMS.
A Cheerful Establishment In London.
Some time ago, a gentleman seeing a most
extraordinary mass of deformity wriggling
about in the streets of London, accosted lt
and asked bow it managed to get a living.
"Why, slr, I get run over by the carriages of
the nobility and gentry, and they give me
compensation, and I does pretty well." Re?
cent experience goes to prove that a lesB haz?
ardous course is now adopted, with the aim
and end of obtaining the valuable stock in trade
of a deformed figure In an old house situated In
a secluded alley of Highgate, a northern suburb
ot London, the police are reported to have
discovered an establishment for which the
familial- Mangling done here" would be the
most appropriate placard. "Messrs. Willis, Bat
nan &, Co."-they adopted this style-havejbeen
actively carry lng on business as manglers and
sham malady makers. Persons brought their
children of tender years to have their legstwls
ted and their bodies otherwise dealt with in the
manner most likely to "draw" from the pock?
ets of the benevolent. The tariff varied par?
ticularly as to age. Thus, a child under a year
old could have Its little soir, small leg twisted
for the moderate sum of seven dollars, while
ten dollars was the charge for one six months
older, and so on, by a gradual scale. Other
Injurias were charged for pro rata, but a child
of tender years could be twisted In a manner
satisfactory lo the most greedy of gain for
thirty dollars-exclusive of a charf/e for board.
Whac arrangements were made when the child
died during the process which was to make lt
so lucrative is not staled, but no doubt they
were of an equally satisfactory character. The
other branch of the company's benevolent op?
erations was the fitting ont adult persons to
gain their living for the day with Bores, de?
formities, blindness, and, where ladles were
concerned, putting them into an apparently
"Interesting slate." The existence of this
most ingenious trade is surely another mar?
velous proof ot nineteenth century progress.
Drngs at U3l)?lesale.
DO NOT STORM THE SYSTE ', WHEN
disordered, with violent cathartics that
rack and tear and wea?eu the nnfortnnate Inva?
lid, thereby a**-lstlng the compta nt, whatever lt
may be, to prostrate the vitality which ls the
nat ural antagonist of disease. Tone the stomach,
relieve the bowels, regulate the'llver, and refresh
the nerves with
Tarrant ? Effervescent Seltzer Aperient,
when the first symptoms or illness are experi?
enced. A more dellgotful effervescent draught ls
not to be found among our thlrst-qnenchlog sum?
mer beverages, aud a more potent remedy for
dyapepela, biliousness, constipation, nervous
headache, colic and general debility does not
exist. Sold by sit druggists. july2i-12
FOR MAN AND BEAST.
This Llnament has gained a lasting reputation
where lt has been used in most cases which re?
quire an external remedy, such as Rheumatism,
soleness and Swelling of the Breast, Pain and
Weakness in the Back and Joints, Spralna,
Bruises, Cramps, Numbness. Froz-n Limbs, Bites
3f Insects, Old Sorts, Fever Sores, Goitre or
Swelled Neck, Paralysis, Wounds, Erysipelas,
Bites of Reptiles, Headache, White Swellings,
Poison, Burna, all Swellings, Salt Kheum, Corns,
Warts, Sore EyeB, Run Rounds, Ac, ac.
It ls warranted to cure Lameness, Spavin, Big
Bead, Big Jaw. Founder, Sprains ot the Shoulder,
Leg, BUCK, sinews, Fetlock, Si trie Joint and Hock
Joint, Splints, Wind Galls, Ringbone, string Halt,
Swelled Legs. Cracked Heels, Thrush, Poll Evil,
Saddle Galls, Old Sores, strains of the Round
Bone and other Joints, Enlargement or the Back
Joint, and all Diseases or Horses which are caus?
ed by Inflammation or the Muscles.
CHARLESTON, S. C., J une 17, 1872.
Messrs. DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS :
Gentlemen-I have used a number of bottles of
your C -Pier's Remedy for Horses, and from my
experience believe lt to be the best Liniment
ever offered to the public 1 have had tor the
past eleven years a stubborn case of salt Rheum
or Tetter on my bead and mm, which has been
treated by the most skided Physicians ot Georgia
and Som h Carolina without success. Two bottles
or Col ler's Remedy has effectually cured me.
Proprle or Livery Stables, No, 148 Meeilngstreet,
Opposite Pavilion Hotel.
LOUISVILLE, KY., May i860.
ISAAC COLLIER, Esq., Glasgow c. ll., Barren
1 take great pleasure In recommending Collier's
Remedy as an almost Indispensable article, and
very valuable to all who own or have charge of
stock. It ls the best 1 ii ave ever used for Sprains,
Sores, or Galls on Horses. Some or the men con?
nected with the Company have used lt for severe
Burns and Sores as well as Rheumatic Pains, and
for Bruises. Ac, and all say lt acts like magic In
Scratchea on Horses lt ls Invaluable. We use no
other Liniment. J. K. BURNS,
For Adams's Express Company.
F. A. MINOR, or York County, S. C., writes us,
under date of October, 1869, as follows : "My
horse waa considered worthless, (his case was
Spavin) but Blnce the free use of jour collier's
Remedy I have sold him ror $160. Tour remedy
ls doing wonders np here on man and beaBt.
DIAMOND HILL, ABBEVILLE DIST., S. 0., 1
Jone 7, 1870. j
Messrs-. DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, charleston, S. 0.
Genttemen-The box of drugs ordered on 3l8t
May not arrived yet. We are anxiously awaiting
lt, particularly the Collier's Remedy. We have
had twenty calls fur lt lu the last twenty days.
It Is decidedly the beat medicine that ever waa
compounded for what lt professes to do. It has
been used in this vicinity for Rheumatism, and
has proved more effectual than anything eire.
Dr. G. F. S- cured hlmseir or a bad case or |
Rheumatiam by the use or two bottles. He baa
been laid up over three months. Be .a now able to
firactlce again. Many certificates can be procured
n this vicinity, and we write this from a sense or
dnty to you: KAHN A MCADAM.
DOWIE, MOISE St DAVIS,
PROPRIETORS, Charleston, S. 0.
Q. J. L ? H N,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 450 KING STREET, CORNER OP JOHN.
Now m Stock of my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
" ^ . " Pattey's Cold Cream,
English Dalby's Carminative, British Oil, Roche'B
Embrocation and Ohlorodyne.
TILDEN A CO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS,
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
PIUS, AC. AGENT FOR
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
A8ENT FOR BOUTH CAROLINA FOB
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical Instruments and Goods or forelsrn man
nracture Imported to order.
My Dispensing Department la complete, em
bracing all New Remedies.
A full assortment or Trusses and Bandages al?
ways on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night, jamowfmiy
Drrj ?O0?S, *??.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Tlie subscriber takes th's opportunity to an?
nounce his intention of giving np the DRY
GOODS BUSINESS, and will sell off the Stock of
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
FOR CASH OLLY.
A rare opportunity ls now offered to purchase
all kinds of DRY GOODS
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
The Stock ls now being MARRED DOWN, and
will be sold off as rapidly as possible.
A. K. STILLMAN,
NO. 281 KING STREET,
Fourth Door Below Wentworth street.
july 23 4
The subscriber having decided on giving up the
Retail Dry Gooda Business, and being ncder en?
gagement to surrender the Store No. 252 King
street on or before 16th next October, will be pre?
pared on WEDNESDAY, 17th Instant, having
thoroughly revised the prices of his entire stock,
TO ALL IN WANT OF
FANCY & STAPLE DRY GOODS
julyl?-io . NO. 252 KING STREET.
? H -
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H ? ^ lr os
2 io S
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* O M ei
^ S ? ?
Clmljmg, Kmlormg, &t.
MENKE & MULLER,
NO. 325 KINO STREET.
THREE DOORS BELOW LIBERTY STREET,
Respectfully announoe to
their friends and the public
that they have marked down
their entire Stock of Fine
CLOTHING and FURNISHING
GOODS to actual New Tork
cost, preparatory to removal,
on the first of September next,
AT THE CORNER OF KING AND WENTWORTH
THE PRESENT STOCK MUST BE
CLOSED OUT, AND THEY SOLICIT
A CALL AND AN EXAMINATION OF
THEIR COOD8 AND PRICE8.
KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME.
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
I ? -o
DEPARTMENT OF SOUTH CAROLINA:
HAY & HAG-OOD, General Agents.
TOTAL ASSETS.$3,613,153 50
TOTAL. LIABILITIES... 3.840,510 05
SURPLUS.; . 9386,037 45
PURELY MUTUAL. NO STOCK. EARNINGS RETURNED TO POLICY-HOLDERS. POLI?
CIES NON-FOBFEITABLE AFTER TWO ANNUAL PAYMENTS.
EXTRACT FROM TH B CHARTER: .
SECTIOS 61. "The net present vainc of the liabilities of the Company under policies lasned to
members of each Department, as Axed by the standard valaatloh or the Company, SHALL BE IN?
VESTED AND KEPT INVESTED WITHIN SUCH DEPARTMENT," which makes lt strictly a
taking the place of the "Policy-holders' Life and Tontine Assurance Company or the South," whose
Policy-holders have become members of the Association, and are entitled to equal ben?fica with its
The following gentlemen have been selected from among the Trastees or Hie Polloy-h?lder'B Com?
pany and others who hold polJcteB to the amount of $10,000 In the LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA,
as Trust?es of this Department : *
HENRY E. YOUNG,
JOHN B. STEELE.
AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE,
A. G. MAGRATH,
W. G. WHILDEN,
H. T. PEAKE,
E. W. MOISE.
A. S. JOHNSTON,
JOHN T. DARBY,
J. B. MOORE,
EDWARD McCRADY, JR.,
B. H. RUTLEDGE.
THEODORE G. BARKER,
WM. K. RYAN,
T. D. EASON,
E. N. THURSTON,
G. W. AIMAR,
W. P. HOLMES,
J. H. WILSON,
WM. M. SHANNON,
R. B. CUNINGHAM,
J. L. BLACK.
The Department Board, upon whom devolvea tho general management of the business and In?
vestment or the funds of the company in the State or South Carolina, are:
WILLIAM McUCRNEY, President; L. D. MOWRY, vice-President; A. S. JOHNSTON, Treasurer;
GEORGE E. HOGGS. Secretary; 0. H. SIMONTON, Attorney; B. A. KINLOCB, M. D.. Medical Officer;
W. 0. BEE. JOHN R. D?KES. W. K. RYAN, W. 0. WHILDEN, T. 0. BARKER, JAMES H. WILSON,
A. T. SMYTHp, C. IRVINE WALKER, C. F. PANKNIN and 0. W. AIMAR. JalylO fmwnaolmo
GEORGE E. BOQGS,
JOHN R DUKES,
C. IRVINE WALKER,
WM. J. Ml DLL ETON,
R. G. CHIS'iLM,
C. A. CHISOLM,
C. F. PANKNIN,
N. A. PRATT,
W. C. BEE.
C. H. SIMONTON,
T. H. ZIMMERMAN,
W. A. CLARK,
?rano pri^e OistribMion.
, . SECOND
GrRAN? Q-IFT CONCERT
IN AID ?P THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY,
By authority la the act of the Legislature Incor?
porating tho PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY,
the Trust?es will give their
SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT
In the great Hall of the Publie Library Building,
in Louisville, Ky., on
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1872.
ion,000 TICKETS OF ADMISSION
will he issued at $10 each; hairtickets, $6; quar?
ter ticket?, $2 60; ll Whole tickets for $100; 28
for $?66; 66 for $600; 119 for $1000 ; 286 for $2600;
676 for $6000. No discount on less than f ico
worth or tickets at a time.
$500,000 in Currency
will be given to the holders or tickets by dlstri
butlon by lot of ONE THOUSAND GIFTS, as
LIST OF GIFTS.
One Grand Gift, Cash.$100,000
One Grand GI?, Casb. 60,000
4 Gifts of Sa.ODO each.... 8,000
15 ?? 1,000 ". 15,000
au ?* ooo ". is,ooo
ai ? 800 ". 10,800
as " 700 ". 17,500
35 ** 600 ?. ?1,000
45 ? 500 ?. aa.500
80 ? 400 **. ao.ooo
60 ? 300 .?. 18,000
100 " ?00 ". 2o,OOO
6ia ?? loo ??. 61,200
Total, 1,000 Gifts, ali ouch ..S5uo,uoo
The Hon. TEOS. E. BRAHLETTX, late Governor of |
Kentucky, has consented to represent the Trus?
tees In the management of this SECOND GRAND
GIFT CONCERT, and he will personally see that
the money from the sale or Tickets ls deposited
with the Treasurer, that the drawing la fairly con?
ducted, and the gifts Justly awarded and promptly
The drawing will take place In public, in full
view of the audience, and nuder the immediate
supervision and direction of the Officers and
Trustees of the Public Library of Kentucky, and
the following named eminent and disinterested
citizens, who have consented to be present and
see that all ls fairly done :
Hon. M. R. HARDIN. Judge Court Appeals, Ky.
Hon. J. PROCTOR KNUTT, late M. c. Leb'n Dla.
Hon. H. W. BRUCE, Judge Ninth Judicial Dis.,
Gen. tLi H. MURRAY, U. 8. Marshal, Dis. Ky.
Hon. T. B. COCHRAN, Chan. Lon. Ohan. Court.
Hon. E. D. &TAND1F0BD, President Farmera' and
Hon. JOHN BARBKE, Manager Royal Insurance j
Colonel PHIL. LEE, Oom. Att'y Ninth Judicial
Dr. c. GRAHAM rounder Graham Cabinet.
Col. JILSON P. JOHNSON, Manager Galt House.
Dr. T. S. BELL, Pror. Medical University, Louis?
Bon. J. G. BAXTER, Mayor Louisville.
Hon. T. L. BURNETT, City. Attorney.
HENRY WOLFORD, Treasurer Louisville.
A. 0. BRANNIN, Prca Manufacturers' Bank.
PHILIP JCDOB, of the Louisville Hotel co.
JAMBS BRIDOBFORD, Pres. 2d National Bank.
W. C. D. WHIFS, Proprietor Willard Hotel.
J. 0. JOHNSTON, Pres. Traders' Bank.
H. VICTOR NEWCOMB, arm or Newcomb, Bu?
chanan A co.
BENET DEPPEN Pres. German Bank.
ANDREW GRAHAM, Tobacco and Ootton Merchant.
Dr. NORVIN GREEN, Pres. L. A 0. Short Line R.
VOL. Rose, Agent Adams Express Company.
THOMA? E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent Pobilc Library of Kentucky,
PubLic Library Building, Louisville, Ky.
circulars, giving full particulars, Bent on
R. T. DURRETT, President.
W. N. HALDEMAN, vice-President.
JOHN S. CAIN, Secretary.
FARMERS' AND DROVERS' BANK, Treas.
JAY COOKE, MCCULLOCH ? co.,
No. 41 LOMBARD STREET, LONDON.
FOR TRAVELLERS, AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
JAY COOKE ? CO.,
NO. 20 WALL STREET,
jjJANKING HOUSE OP
HENRY CLEWS A CO.,
NO. 82 WALL STREET, N. Y.
Circular Notes and Letters of Credit ror Travel?
lers, also Commercial Credits Issued, available
throughout the world.
Bills or Exchange on the Imperial Bank or Lon?
don, National Bank or Scotland, Provincial Bank
or ireland, and all their branches.
Telegraphic 'fransrers or Money on Europe, San
Francisco and the West Indies.
Deposit Accounts received in i ither Currency or
Coln, subject to check at sight, which pass
through the Clearing House as If drawn upon any
city bank. Interest allowed on dally balances.
Certlflcatea or Deposit issued bearing interest at
current rate. Notes and Drafts collected.
State, City and Railroad Loans negotiated.
CLEWS, HABIOHT A CO.,
may23-x No. ll Old Broad street. London.
IJIHE GREAT GERMAN REMEDIES.
Professor LOUIS WUNDRAM'S BLOOD PURl
YTNG AND PURGATIVE HERBS, (In Pills OT
Powders,) for the cure of all Acute or Chronic
PIE eases, resulting from Impure blood and Imper
ceAlso, the following Medicines by the same (Prc
sor Louis Wundram, Brunswick, Germany ;).
G Rheumatic Tincture.
For sale 07 Dr. H. BAER;
No. 131 Meeting street,
Sljirts ario /nrnisljing ?ooO0.
ENGLISH AND BALBRIGGAN
GAUZE, MERINO, SILK AND THREAD
WINDSOR 80ARFS, BOW8 & TIE8.
COLLARS AND GUFFS
IN GREAT VARIETY,
WITH TUE LATEST PRODJOTJONS OF
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE THE HARKET II A IX?
(?igars, Sobarco, 4?c.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE,
No. 310 KINO STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOOIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO of all kinda.
PIPES of every quality.
Call aad examino stock before buying else?
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. B.-The Wheel of Fortune constantly cn
band. Invest 26 cents and try your luck.
Poors, Saetas ano Slinoa
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
STORE DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
MOULDDSGS, WIUDOW GLASS;
NEWELS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
BALUSTERS, SLATE MANTELS.
OFFICE AND SALESROOMS,
No. 20 Havne street,
FACTORY, HORLBEC K'S WHABF
? cm in g itla ci] inca,
mHB MEW IMPROTED
WHEELER * WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machines
on Teu Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting aud Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANUF'G CO.,
aprS-lyr No. 209 King street.
CHARLTWTON, S. C., May 19 1872.
On and after SUNDAY, May 19. the Paaaen
ger Tra?na on the Sonth Carolina Railroad will ran
aa folio WB:
Leave Charleston. 8.10 AM
Arrive at Augusta." 4.26 P M
I FOB COLUMBIA. '
Leave Charleston...*.8 io A H
Arrive at columbia..406 r u
Leave Augusta.7.10 A M
Arrive at charleston.0.20 p M
Leave Columbia.7.40 A V
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 p M
AUGUSTA KIO HT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.7.20 F M
Arrive at Augusta. 6.00 A *
Leave Augusta.".7.40 p y
Arrive at Charleston.6.45 A M
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXP EBBS,
Leave Charleston. 8.20 r M
Arrive at Columbia.6.40 A M
Leave columbia.6.60 p H
Arrive ai Charleston.6,66 A M
Leave Summerville at. 7.36 A H
Arrive at Charleston at.8.46 A M
Leave Charleston at.8.80 p M
Arrive at Summerville at.4.46 p M
Leave Camden..6.18 A M
Arrive at columbia.10.40 A M
Leave Columbia.1.46 y M
Arrive at Camden..\.6.26 p M
Day and Night Trams connect at Augusta with
Macon and August a Railroad, Centrai Railroad
and Georgia Railroad. This is the quickest and
most direct route and as comfortable and cheap as
any ot her route to Louisville, Cincinnati. Chicago,
St. Louts and all other points West and Northwest.
Columbia Night Tram connects with Greenville
and columbia Railroad ; and Day and Night Trains
connect with Charlotte Road.
Through tickets on sale via this route to all
Camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ex?
cept Mundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
runs through to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President,
8. B. PIOKENS. G. T. A. jam?
gOUTH CAROLINA BAILBOAD.
CHARLESTON, June 1, 1872.
EXCURSION TICKETS to Greenville, Anderson
and Walhalla have been put on sale TO-DAT, and
will continue on sale until lat September. .
Good to return until 1st November.
Baggage checked" through.
Price to Greenville and Return $17 80.
Price to Anderaon and Return $10 70.
Price to Walhalla and Return $10 80.
Price to Spartanburg and Return $15 SO.
Excursion Tickets also on sale to Catoosa
Springs (Oa,)-prlco $24.
The above Tickets on sale at the Line street
Depot, and at the Charleston Hotel
S. B. PIOKENS. A. L. TYLER,
Jnnl_G. T. A._vice-President.
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 6.00 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 3 P. M.
Tram does nor leave Charleston 8.00 P. M., SUN
Tram leaving 10.I6 A. M. makes through connec?
tion to New york, via Richmond and Acqula
Creek only, going through In 44 honra.
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P. M. Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay ever on SUNDAY la Bal
tlmore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain Sun
DAY in Wilmington, N. C.
This la the cheapest, quickest, and most pleas?
ant route to Cincinnati. Chicago and other points
West and Northwest, both Trains making con?
nections at Washington with Western Trams of
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. OLEAPOR, Gen. Ticket Agent, may21
AY AN NAH ?ND CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, Jone 13, 1872.
On aad arter MONDAY, Jane uta, the Pas?
senger Tra?na on thia Road wBl run as follows:
Leave Charleston dally.8-80 P. M.
Arrive at savannah dally.0.46 P. M.
Leave Savannah dally.1L80 P. M,
Arr. VA nr. Charleston dally. 7A.M.
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 7.40 A. M
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted. 3.30 P. M.
Leave Savannah, sunday a excepted... 11 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exc'ted. 6.60 P. M.
Passengora from Charleston by 3.80 P. M. tram
make dose connection with Port Royal Railroad
for Beaufort, (Sundays excepted.)
Freight forwarded dally on through bills of lad?
ing *-o points lu Florida and try Savannah Uno ol
Bteauiflbipa to Boston. Prompt dispatch given tc
freights for Beaufort and points on Port Boyal
Railroad .Mid at as low rates aa by any ofter une.
Tickets o.T sale at thia office for Beaufort ovei
Port Royal Railroad. O. S. GADSDEN,
* Engineer and Superintendent
S. O. BOYLS'fON. Gen'l Ft. and Ticket Agent.
WRIGHT & WARNOCK'S
PATENTED OCTOBER 10, 1871.
We take pleasure in presenting to the planten
and public a Horse Power gotten up by Messrs
WRIGHT A WARNOCK, or Barnwell and Beau
fort Counties, S. O., which ls a most perfect nuv
chine. The said Power will give greater speed al
the expense of less power than anything yet lo
nee; ls strong, simple and durable. Can be used
with equal ease for ginning cotton, threshing
grain, pumping water, Ac. Will, ou a forty-ea-v
glu in good order, with two mules, moderat
galt, gin 1600 pounds lint cotton per day; bria)
driving 20OO pounds. One mule can pull lt; Ugh
for two. It sits In a frame In the house; can b
arranged to gin with the gin and gear sitting 01
Another important feature or this Power 1
that the rising or falling or the floor of the hons
does not affect the working of the gear in an
This isa Southern enterprise, and no namba 1
Price $126, and freight, ready for putting up.
G. H. KIRKLAND and W. A. OLARK.
Allendale, S. C.,
Agents for South Carolina,
a. H. KIRKLAND, Agent for North carolina.
Rev. Messrs. Joseph A. Lawton* and Jos op
Bostick,* or the Savannah River Associe
tlon, Allendale; Captain W. M. Bostick,* Allen
dale; Rev. Messrs. D. J. Simmons and F. MUtoi
Kennedy, of the South Carolina Conference; Gen
eral Johnson Hagood, Barnwell Courthouse
Captain R. D. Senn, Columbia; F. J. Pelzer, Esq
and Messrs. Reeder A Davis, Charleston, S. O.
.Those marked thus have seen tbe Power a
O T T O N GINS, Ac.
THE CELEBRATED GRISWOLD GIN
at $3 76 a saw, delivered at any Railroad depot li
THE IMPROVED EXCELSIOR GIN,
manufactured at Macon, Ga., at $4 a saw, deiiv
ered as above.
THE MORRIS GIN,
manufactured m Columbia, S. C., warranted t
make as good lint, and as much lint, to gin th
seed as clean, and to mn as light as any gin 0
same size in the market, at $3 60 a saw.
THE DANIEL PRATT GIN,
manufactured at Prattville, Ala., at $4 a saw
CIDER PRESSES, WINE PRESSES AN]
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OP
For sale at above prices by
J. E. ADGER A CO., Sole Agents.
No. 62 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
Send for Circulars. july?s-thstuimo
THREE WEEKS AFTER DATE APPLI
CATION will be made for renewal of Cei
tlncate of 168 Shares of Planters' and Mechanlcc
Bank Stock, standing In the name of Trustee
Shirra'a Dispensary, the original having been lost
Charleston, July 3,1872. Jnly4-th8
THREE MONTHS AFTER DATE, AP
PLICATION will oe made for renewal of Ger
tlncate City >lx Per Cent. Stock, No. 174, rb
$10,170, issued October 27, 1867, standing in thi
name or Trustees shirra'a Dispensary, the orig!
nal having been lost. july9-lamo3
By WM. McKAT.
PBINTS, SHIRTINGS, SUMMER
Dress doods, Insertions, Trimmings, Bib
bens, Cassinreres, Satinets, Meltons, and a large
lot of Shop Goods, wm sell above THIS DAT, at
bis salesrooms, No. 45 Wentworth Btreet. at
half-past io o'clock._Jggj
By HILES BRAKE.
CLOTHING, HATS, 4c.
MORNING, at io o'clock, at tay store,
S*^* and Liberty ???". * WM sell, to
".?.flne.Une of Men'8 and BOJ?' CLOTHING, con
sistiog in part of Casslmere, Satinet, Melton.
Linen. Jeans, Seersucker ana Harrison Drills, to?
gether with a fine assortment of Shirts. Drawers,
ac., Ac. .
_Agne hoe of straw antM?'elt Hats. Jnly24
Portion 0aUs-?mnrt Wcyn*.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT AUC?
TION. Wm. Lucas vs. R. S. Vennlng.-in
the Common Pleas for Charleston County.-In
in pursuance or an order of sale in the above
case, to me directed, by the Hon. R. P. Graham,
Judge of the First circe lt, I wilt offer for tale at
Public Auction, at the Poetofflce, Broad street,
Charieatou, on THURSDAY, the 20th day of Au?
gust, 1872. at ll o'clock A. M..
The following LOTS or Parcels of LAND, BI tu* te
lying and being in Christ Church Pariah, County
or Charleston, near the Town of Mount Pleasant,
and having such metes and bounds aa are set
forth on a certain Plat of the Greenwich Mills
I property, made by Wm. Hume, Jr., surveyor, an*
recorded in the office of the Registrar of Mesne
conveyance lor Charleston Connty, in Plat Book
LA. Ko. l. page 76, to wit:
I Lota G, fl, I and J, containing ten (lo) acres
Also, one Lot, containing fifteen and fifty-two
I one-handredtlis (16.62- looj acres.
Also, one Lot, containing eleven and four one
I bundicds (11.04-ieO) acres.
Also, one Lot, containing eleven and alnsty
I four one-hunuredths (11.04-100) acres.
I In all, about seventy-eight and a half acres,
I more or less, as by referecc . to the plat of said
I lands, now to be seen at the office of Messrs.
I Lowndes A Grimbaii, Auctioneers, Broad street,
I will more ru,ly appear.
I Each Lot will be sold separately.
TermB-One-half cash; balance In one year, se -
I cured by bond of the purchaser, with interese
from day of sale and mortgage of the premises. '
I Purchaser to pay Referee for papers and stamps.
I . G. HERBERT SASS,
I ByGRUBBS& WILLIAMS,
Real Ks tate Agent* and Auctioneers.
mRUSTEES' SALE OF THE RICHMOND
I X AND YORK RIVE a RAILROAD.
By virtue of two deeds of trust from the Rich?
mond and York River Railroad Company to the late
Wm. H. Macfarland and the undersigned, dated
respectively the otb. of september, i860, and the
I lat ot January, 1868, the undersigned, surviving
trustees, will, on WEDNESDAY, the 14th day of
! August, 1872, at ia M., at the auction rooms ot
I Messrs. GrnbbB A Williams, Richmond, virginia,
} sell by Pu nil c Auction,
The WHOLE LINE OF RAILWAY of the said
I Company from the City of Richmond to Weat
I Point, together with the Franchises of the Mid
I Company, and the Equipments, Rolling 8toe*,
I Machine Shops, Depots, Water Stations, Road
I ted, Machinery, Tolls, Basements, and every
I other right, Interest or estate conveyed by the
I said deena, excepting choses In action.
I THE TERMS OF SALE
will be CASH sufficient to pay all the costa of ex?
ecuting the trusts of said deeds, and to pay the
interest on the bonds outstanding under toe deed
of i860 aforesaid, estimated at about $86.000, and
then a credit mull the lat of January, 1877, aa to
f 43,000, with interest from the 1st of Jury, 1873,
I at the rate of 8 per cent per annum, payable
I semi-annually, and then Casu sufficient to pay
I the Interest due on the bonds of the flmcfaei
I nnder the deed of I860 aforesaid, estimated ac
about $62,000, and a credit un tu tho ist of Jana
I ary, 1880 as to $8oo,ooo, with interest at the rate
or 8 per cent, per annum from the lat of July,
1 1872, pay able semiannually, and then Cash ?of
I nc:ent to pay the Interest due on the bonds of the
I second-class under the mortgage or 1860 afore
I said, estimated at about $166,000, and then a
credit until 1st of January, 1877, as to $899,000,
I with interest from the. 1st of July, 1872, attlee
Irate of 7 per cent, per annum, payable seml-an
I nuaiiy, and then a credit until uta lat of January,
1 1800, as to the residue of snob purchase money,
I with Interest at the rate or 8 per cent, per an
I num. AB to so much of the purchase money as
I may be applicable to the bonds, secured by the.
deeds or trust aroresald^the purchaser shall give
j bis bonds corresponding with the said outstaad
I mg bonds, and BB to the residue of auch purchase
I money, the purchaser shall give his bond or
11 bonds, as may be determined upon after the sale;
I the purchaser's bonds to be secured by deed or
I trtiac on tho pro port j- ani frniiuhlaTtrw tWJuT"
capitalists will take notice that the effect of a
I Bale and conveyance by the undersigned will bo
I to extinguish the Company aforesaid, and make
I the purchaser a body corporate. For further par
! tlculars, apply to Messleirs PAGE A MAURY,
I Conns euora at Law, Richmond. Va.
R. H. MAURY,
' J. PROSSER TABB,
I ta- Sale conducted by Messrs. GRUBBS A
I I WILLIAMS, Auctioneers,
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Holders of the Mortgage Bonds aforesaid will
I report at once to Messrs. PAGE A MAURY, Bich
I mond, Va, the number of Bonds held by them,
I the deed of trust by which they are secured, the
: I amount of each Bond, and the amount of interest
I dne. Holden or Detached Coupons will report as
I above. R. H. MAURY.
. I J. PROSSER TABB, '
j juna Surviving Trustees.
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. I Lange's New volume, the Book or Kings, $6.
. I Dean stanley; History or the church or Scot?
land, $2 60.
The Desert of the Exodus, Journeyings on Foot
I in the Wilderness ot the Forty Years Wan
I deringa, undertaken In connection with the
I ordnance Survey of Sinai and the Palestine
Exploration Fund, by E. H. Palmer, M. A.,
with Mapa and Illustrations, $8.
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, I tiona, $6.
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The Autobiography of Stephen Coning, M. D., fi.
> I Annual Record of Science and industry for 1871.
t I Edited by Spencer A Baird, $2.
I The Newspaper Press of Charleston, embracing a
I period Ol 140 years, by Wm. L. King, $2.
: J Astronomy and Geology compared, by Lord
I ormathwalte, $1* " . . _ :,
j The student's own speaker, a Manual or Decle
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I A. M- The flrat four parts of t als unique ed l
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