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"I blow the bellows, I forge the steel,
In all the shops ot trade;
Uiammer tte ore, and turu the wheel
Where my arms of Btrenrth are made
I manage the furnace, the mill, the mint,
1 carry, I spin, 1 weave;
And ail my doings I put Into print
On every Saturday eve.
"I've no muscle to weary, no breast to decay,
No bones to be laid on the shelf;
And soon I lBtend yon may all go and play
While I manage tne world by myself.
Bot harness me down with your Iron bands,
Be ture of your curb and rein;
For I scorn the strength of \ our puny bands
As the tempest scoros a chain.''
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National Administration, the triumph of Law
and the restoration of Peace and Harmony
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fundamental principles of government wbicb
prevailed in tbe better days of tbs Re?
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CROPS IN THE STATE.
The Abbeville Press and Banner says:
"From all sections of the district we have
cheering accounts of abundant rai n s and fine
growing crops. A friend from the Savannah
states that the cotton bolls have doubled In
size in the last two weeks. In some sections
they are complaining of too much rain."
The Newberry Herald says: "Our late ran
by rail from the bead ot the Greenville and
Columbia Railroad afforded no small degree
ot pleasure at the sight of splendid fields of
-.corn and cotton. The recent abundant raine,
which, from all that we could see and learn,
have been eeneral, have given new life and
growth to the crops. The prospect is indeed
rich and fall of promise, and If no accident
happens to the cotton, for there are several
chances for accident, In rust, too much
growth and rain, the amount of staple will be
considerably larger than the most sanguine
looked for earlier In the season. Corn we
look upon as almost made, and except for
some late plantings, ls beyond contingencies.
There can oe no aoubt that the yield will be
JOTTINGS ABOUT THE STA TE.
-At aa adjourned school district meeting
for Sumter school district, held at Sumter
Courthouse on Friday, July 19th, an additional
assessment of two mills on the dollar was
agreed upon and authorized to be levied lor
the purpose of carrying on the common
schools during the next school term.
-The dwelling of Dr. T. W. Briggs, a large
and commodious house of fourteen rooms, in
Clarendon County, was eot'rely destroyed by
fire on the 3d instant. All the inrniture went
with the buildlug, and the family made a nar?
row escape, some ot the children being res?
cued at the last moment by one of the older
BODS of Dr. Briggs. There was no insurance.
-The Rev. Wm. Moultrie Reid bas tendered
his resignation as pastor ot the Mount Zion
Church in Sumter County, S. C. Father Beld
was a member of the first class that graduated
at the Theological Seminary In Columbia.
Leaving that Institution In 1833 he became
pastor of the Mount Zion Church, and the re?
lation thus formed has continued uninter?
rupted until the present time, when advancing
age and falling health require bim to give up
the work which he feels no longer --ble to
perform. _ _ _
CIVILIZATION IN JAPAN.
A Blue Ridge Railroad Job Among the
The progressive ideas infused into Japan by
American and European influence bbve long j
lurnlshed a theme for comment and admira?
tion, but the following extract from a Yokoha?
ma letter to the New York Herald would Indi?
cate that they are rather slow In their Yeddo
railroad enterprise, though It must be admit?
ted that whoever has the contract has made,
so far, a decidedly good thing of lt. The writer |
That Immense elephant-the railroad
which the Japanese have had on their bands
for the last three years, has at length shown
some signs of life. After a period of nearly
three years since ground was first broken the
line bas been opened for a distance of thirteen
miles. Why lt was not opened before for this
?distance It ls difficult to say. unless a reason
?an be found In the fact that those who bad
charge of its construction were heartily
ashamed of the results of their labors. As be?
fore stated, this paltry line-the whole length
3'rom Yokohama to Jeddo is only seventeen
and one half miles-has been nearly three
years In construction. It runs through a
country entirely aevold of physical difficulties;
labor is plentiful and cheap; m . ney and men
nave always been on band. It ls a single
track road-three feet six inch gauge-and
the only perceptible result of all this
ls a line in working order of thirteen
miles in length, and it has cost very
nearly one hundred and twenty thousand
dollars per mlle. Where the money has gone
to it Is bard to say, but there are the figures.
The road was opened to the public bu the i3th
instant- There are first, second and third
class cars. The two first mentioned cars are
something like oar street cars, only they are
narrower and in every way smaller. The
first-class cars are divided cato three com?
partments by sliding doors, and carry twelve
persons comfortably. The second-class cars
differ from tfca first only inasmuch as they are
not subdivided, and are furnished with cane
seats instead of leather ones. The third-class
.cars look like diminutive cattle cars, with
wooden benches in them. A train in motion J
looks very much like a huge and clumsy toy.
Still it ls uot nearly as bad a road as lt was
expected lt would be. Although one gets
a considerable shaking in the thirty
eight minutes' ride, the cars run much
smoother than I ever dared to hope
they would. There ls an Immense num?
ber of officials attached to each train-each
car will averac? two-for what purpose I can
noi say, unlesi ll be to display the brass but?
tons worn by each of them. They ruu at a
speed of about twenty-two miles an hour.
Since the road has been opened It has done
quite an amount ol business, Its receipts aver?
aging about five hundred dollars per day. The
tarlffls ridiculously high, viz : First-class, one
dollar and a half; second-class, one dollar;
third-class fifty cents. I have been told that
these rates will be reduced very considerably
on the first of next month. As to the lime
when i ht- line will be opened all the way lo
Jeddo I am loth to venture a prophecy; but
Judging from thc past. I should be Inclined to
suggest about th' .arly part o? 1874. If Japan
has to pay for a uer contemplated railroads
In the same ratio a9 she has paid for this, I am
very much afraid that some time will elapse
before any distant points are connected lu this
CHARLESTON COUNTY TAX SALES.
The sale of county real estate ol delin?
quent taxpayers was resumed at the Fire
Proof Building yesterday. The following
pieces were knocked down to the Slate:
Way, T. R, 188 acres, Sixth District.... 1710
Waring, M. S., two houses and lots,
Summerville. 46 88
Wallen, John, 77 acres, Sixth District., 23 17
Warley, Henry, 20 acres, Sixth Dis?
trict. 32 67
West, Noel, 154 acres, Sixth District.. 36 66
West, Wm., 40 acres, Sixth District.... 42 87
Weston, Primus, 2 acres, Sixth District, ll 91
Welaman, J. T., 25 acres, Sixth District. 114 06
Welsman, J. T., 250 acres, Sixth Dis?
trict. 168 64
Whaley, Ben, 1140 acres. Sixth District. 432 22
Whltnev, T. A., 7 acres, Slxih District. 104 36
Williams, A., 19 acres, Sixth District... 369 95
I Williams, Arel, 50 acres, Sixth District . 54 06
Williams, William, 75 acres, Sixth Dis?
trict.. 24 24
Williams, J~ L., 10 acres, Sixth Dis?
trict,. 19 61
Williams, Frederick, 10 acres, Sixth
District. 19 90
Wilson, J , 4 acres, Sixth District- 40 71
Wilder, E. W., 500 acres, Sixth District. 94 35
Wiggins. Estate Thomas, 1516 acres,
Sixth District. 148 38
Winter, Hugh S., 666 acres, Sixth Dis?
trict.. 81 36
Will, E., 13 acres, Sixth District. 38 02
This completes the sale, with the exception
ol a few pieces of property, which have been
temporarily stayed on a promise by the own?
ers of an immediate settlement ot the taxes
due. All such pieces as are not settled for will
be sold by the end of the week.
THE NEW YORK VEGETABLE ANJO
The Dally Bulletin of Wednesday, July 24,
New potatoes are held higher fo-day, with
sales reported at $2a2 50 In bulk. Io vegeta?
bles, cucumbers are very plenty and lower.
Tomatoes also easier with a large supply. We
quote: Green corn 75ca$l per 100. Southero
onions, per bbl, $2 25a2 50; do Connecticut
$2 50a3 per 100 strings. New rareripes $2 per
bbl. Cucumbers, Jersey, Hal 60 per bbl, and
Long Island -3."c per 100. Squash, Der oas
ket, 50c; do marrowfat, per bbl, Hal 50. New
turnips $2a2 50 per bbl. Cabbages $4a6 per
100. Green onions $4 per 100 bunches. Beets,
Jersey, S4a5. Southern tomatoes 60a76 per
crate; Jersey $1 per crate, and Long Island
$1 50 per basket
Apples are abundant and some lots almost
given away; as usually the case when the pro?
duce market Is glutted with any one article,
the wagon boys are taking the surplus and
reaping a rich harvest lu vending about the
streets. Peaches are arriving In large quanti?
ties from North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland,
Delaware, and even lrom New Jersey, but the
oulk of the arrivals are small and hard, al?
though choice fruit may be looked for now In
a few days at tbe furthest. Watermelons are
not plenty at the moment and held pretty
firmly; some were received from Georgia to?
day by st 'amer. Pears are plenty. Other
fruits without essential change. We quote:
New apples, good, 76ca$l 50 per bbl; 25a60c per
crate. Watermelons $50a80 per 100. Nutmeg
melons $3 60a4 per bbl. Pears $2a9 per bbl.
Peaches, Delaware $4 per crate for choice;
$1 50a2 per crate for south of Delaware; and
Jersey 70ca$l 50 per basket
Shirts ano JFnmisrfitU) ?ooos.
ENGLISH AND BALBRIGGAN
GAUZE, MERINO, SILK AND THREAD
IPERilRTS Al DRAWERS
WINDSOR SCARFS, BOWS A TIE8.
COLLARS AND CUFFS
IN GREAT VARIETY.
WITH THE LATEST PRODUCTIONS OF
ELEGANT NECK-WE AB,
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE! THE MARKET HALL,
no vi s
Akurra, Sashes ano j?linas
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
STORE DOORS, FRENCH AND AME RIO AN
MOULDINGS, WINDOW GLASS,
NEWELS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
BALUSTERS, SLATE MANTELS.
OFFICE AND SALESROOMS,
No. 20 Hayne street,
FACTORY, H?RLE EC K'S WHARF
Drags at tDbolesaU.
The best Tonic, Invlgorant and moBt delightful
Appetizer, improved by the addition of a new
foreign Aromatic Herb and pare Rye Whiskey,
made expressly for these Bitters.
PREVENTS CHILLS AND FEVER,
RESTORES THE NERVES,
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
RESTORES TONE TO THE STOMACH,
PLEASANT TO THE TASTE,
EXHILARATING TO THE RODY,
And ls the most popular Bitters now before the
public. Try lt and be convinced._
J^OISE'S LIVER PILLS,
for the care of Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
Dyepeala and Sick Headache, and as B Cathartic
and Anti-B?llons Pill have no superior.
jyj-OISE'S PURE LEMON SUGAR.
A delightful, coaling, healthy beverage, made
from the juice of fresh Sicily Lemons and pure
jyjj-OISE'S WHITE WORM CANDY.
an effectual, safe and pleasant remedy for
\Vorms, in all cases, lt ls really a specific, and in
the best and most palatable form to give |
*. ..MORNING STAR YEAST POWDERS...*
THE BEST IND SB..
A barrel or Flour makes forty pounds more of
Bread with MOISE'S YEAST POWDEB.
Used In all the principal Hotels, Boarding
Houses, and many ramilles In th li city._
j^JOISE'S HORSE AND CATTLE POW
DEBS ABE THE BEST IN USE.
Prepared from the purest material with great
care. lr yon desire to Improve and keep yonr
Stock healthy and in good order, use them.
Prepared from the best material. For sale by the
gallon or case.
FLAVORING EXTRACTS of all kinds, foll I
strength and flavor, by the dozen or pound.
All the above prepared and sold by
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
may si-itu 6 mos Charleston, S. C.
DO NOT STORM THE SYSTEM, WHEN
disordered, with violent cathartics that
rack and tear and weaken the un fortunate inva?
lid, thereby assisting the com pa nt, whatever lt
may be, to prostrate the vitality which ls the
natural antagonist, of disease. Tone the Stomach,
relieve the bowels, regulate the liver, and refresh
the nerves with
Tarrant ? Effervescent Seltzer Aperient,
when the first symptoms of Illness are experi?
enced. A more delightful effervescent draught ls |
not to be found among oar thirst-quenching sam*
mer beverages, aud a more potent remedy for
dyspepsia, biliousness, constipation, nervous
headache, colic and general deb'llty does not
exist. Sold by all druggists. Jaly2t-ia
A RELIABLE REMEDY FOR ALL DISEASES OF
THE URINARY ORGANS.
This ls a Solid Extract, ant] li recommended es?
pecially f< r Druggists' and Physician's use In pre?
scriptions. Tho quality and unlforjn strength ls
guaranteed. This Kxtract ls superior to copaiba
and Cubebs, or plain Oil or .-andal. Unlike most
preparations of this class, lt does not nauseate.
The testimonials or hundreds m public and pri?
vate life, who have been cored by thia prepara?
tion could be added; but the proprietor wishes lt
to stand upon Its own merits, and only asks a
single trial to ran vince the afflicted of its efficacy.
Circulara and samples eau be obtained by Phy?
sicians on application to
DOWIE, MOISE 4 DAVIS,
Agents for So. Ca., Charleston, S. 0.
Also, SNYDER'S SHOWERING SYRINGE, re?
commended by Physicians as the only perfect
Female syringe in the market.
Approved by Ute Imperial Academy
of Medicine of Paris
It is especially to its eminently absorbent
properties that Belloc'a Charcoal owes its
great efficacy. It is specially recommended
for the following affections.
CRAMPS IN THE STOMACH
MODE OF EMPLOYMENT. - BeBpc's Cfharcoal
is taken before or after each meal, in the form
of Powder or Lozenges. In the majority of
cases, its beneficial effects are felt after the first
dose. Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
of powder and box of lozenges.
Depot in Paris, L. FRERE, 19, me ?mb
Agents lu Charleston: DOWIE, MOISE A
^DAVIS, Wholesale Drngglsts. ?
g AN KING HOUSE OP
HENRY CLEWS A CO.,
No. 82 WALL STREET, ft Y.
Circular Notes and Lettere cf Credit for Travel?
lers, also Commercial Credit: ls8u?d, available
throughout the world.
Billa of Exchange on the Imperial Bank or Lon?
don, National Bank or Scotland, Provincial Bank
or Ireland, and all tbelr branches.
Telegraphic Transfers or Money on Europe, San
Francisco and the West Indies.
Deposit Accounts received in r ither Currency or
Coln, subject to check at sight, which pass
through the Clearing House as ir drawn upon any
city bank. Interest allowed on dally balances.
Certificates or Deposit isaac ci bearing Interest at
current rate. Notes and Drafts collected.
State, City and Railroad Loans negotiated.
CLEWS, HABICHT A CO.,
may23-x No. ll Old Broad street, London, i
KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME.
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
DEPARTMENT OF SOUTH CAROLINA:
HAY & H?0OOD, General Agents.
TOTAL ASSETS.$3,613,153 60
TOTAL LIABILITIES. 3,246,516 05
SURPLUS. $366,637 45
PURELY MUTUAL. NO 8T0CK. EASNINOS RETURNED TO POLICY-HOLDERS. POLI?
CIES NON-FORPEITABLE AFTER TWO ANNUAL PAYMENTS.
EXTRACT FROM THE CIT ARTER:
SECTION SI. "The net present value of the liabilities of the Company ander polloles Issued to
members of each Department, as axed by the standard valuation of tho Company, SH a LL BE IN?
VESTED AND KEPT INVESTED WITHIN SUCH DEPARTMENT," which makes lc strictly a
taking the place of the "Policy-holders'Life and Tontine Assurance Company of the Sooth," whose
Policy-holders have become members of the Association; and are entitled to equal benefits with its
The following gentlemen have been selected from among the Trastees of the Policy-holder's Com?
pany and others who hold policies to the amount of $10,000 in the LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
as Tmsr.ees of this Department :
HENRY E. YOUNG,
JOHN B. STEELE. '
LEWIS D MOWRY.
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. Al M AR,
W. P. HOLMES,
J. H. WILSON,
WM. M. SHANNON,
R. B. CUNINGHAM,
J. L. BLACK.
GEORGE E. BOGGS,
JOHN B. DUKES,
C. IRVINE WALKER,
WM. J. MIDLLETON,
R. G. CHiSOLM,
0. A. CHISOLM,
C. F. PANK MN,
N. A. PRATT,
W. C. BEE.
C. H. 8IM0NT0N,
T. H. ZIMMERMAN,
W. A. CLARK.
The Department Board, upon whom devolves the general management of the badness and Di?
ves' men t or the funds or the Company in the State or South Carolina, are:
WILLIAM MCBURNEY, President; L. D. MOWRY, vice-President; A. S. JOHNSTON. Treasurer;
GEORGE E. HOGGS. Secretary ?0. H. SI MONTON. Attorney; R. A. KINLOCH, M. D.. Medfcal Offlcer;
Vf. 0. BEE, JOHN R. HOKES. W. K. RYAN, W.O. WHILDEN. T. G. BARKER, JAMES H. WILSON,
A. T. SMYTHE, C. IRVINE WALKER, 0. F. PANKN1N and G. W. AIM AR. Joly 19 fmWDAOlmO
g?rtfjittfl, Ctt?ormgt #c.
MENKE ft 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 F??BNISHING
GOODS to actual New York
cost, preparatory to removal,
on the first of September next,
AT THE CORNER OP KINO AND WESTWORTH
THE PRESENT 8TOCK MUST BE
CLOSED OUT, AND THEY SOLICIT
A CALL AND AN EXAMINATION OF
THEIR GOODS AND PRICES.
(Cigavs, Sobarco, &t.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE,
No. 310 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
- CIGARS AND TOBACCO o? all kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
Call aad examine stock before buying else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. B,-The Wheel of Fortune constantly on
hand. Invest 26 cents and try your luck.
'D ALL, BLACK A 00.,
NOS. 665 AND 667 BROADWAY,
will commue the sale ol their Immense stock of
ming the Bummer months. All gooda will be
sold without reserve, at a great redaction, to
lase the business. _jnnlQ
By those who have seen them, are the following
three Books, already popular, although the flrajfc
has Jost leaned from the Press.
By L. O. EMERSON 4 0. R. PALMER.
400 pages. Fine Singing School course. Large
collection of the best Anthems and Tunes. 20,000
copies a,reedy ordered. The Banner church
Music Book of the Season. Price $1. 60, $18 60
per dozen. Specimens sent, post-freee, for the
present, for $1 25.
By A. HULL A H. S ANDERS.
Beautiful Sabbath School Saging Book. No
sleepy tunes or words. Wl.de awake songs by
wide-awake anthors. Price 36 cents.
THE PILGRJJI'S HARP!
By AS A HULL.
210 pages. Remarkp.wy good for Vestries, and
for nae In Prayer 'jaeetlngs. Small, very clear
print. Large nnm.oer of the most popular tones.
Price 60 cents.
OLIVER DITSON A CO., Boston.
OHAS. H. DI.TSON A CO?, New York.
?rrj C&oc?e, J?c.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICE8.
The subscriber takes this opportunity to an?
nounce his intention of giving np tne DaT
GOODS BUSINESS, and will sell off toe Stock of
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
FOR CASH ONLY.
A rare opportunity ls now offered to purchase
ali kinds or DRY GOODS
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
The Stock ls now being MARKED DOWN, and
will be sold off as rapidly as possible.
A. B. STILLMAN,
NO. 281 BUNG STREET,
Fonrth Door Below Wentworth street.
juiy23 4 ?_
The subscriber having decided on giving up thc
Retail Dry Gooda Business, and being under en?
gagement to surrender toe Store No. 262 King
street on or before 16th nest October, will be pre?
pared ou WEDNESDAY, 17th Instant, having
thoroughly revised the prices of his entire stock
TO ALL IN WANT OF
FANCY & STAPLE DRY GOODS
julyie-io Na ?2 KTNG STREET.
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHABLBSTON, S. C., May 19. 1872.
On and airer SUNDAY, May 19, tue Passen?
ger Trains on the South carolina Railroad will run
as folio Wo:
Leave Oharleston.8.10 A H
Arrive at Aognst?.4.26 p u
Leave oharleston.8.10 A H
Arrive at Columbia.4.06 p u
Leave Augusta.7.40 A II
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 p H
Leave Columbia.7.40 A M
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 p M
AUGUSTA MIGHT KTPBSBS,
Leave Oharleston.7.20 p u
Arrive at Angosta.coo A M
Leave Augusta._ ......7.40 p v
Arrive st Oharleston.6.46 A II
COLUMBIA NIQH7 BXPBK88.
Leave Oharleston. 8.20 p ii
Arrive at columbia. 6 40 * a
Leave Colombia.?60 p at
Arrive at Charleston.6.66 A K
s mai aa VILLI TBAIN.
Leavs summerville at....7.26 A M
Arrive at Charleston at.8.46 A *
Leave charleston at.3.&0 p u
Arrive at summerville at.4.46 p H
Leave Camden..Alfi A S
Arrive at Columbia.IO.40 A M
Leave oolnmbla.1.46 p a
Arrive at Camden.6.26 p M
Day and Night Trains connect at Angosta with
Macon and Augusta Railroad, Centrai Railroad
and Georgia Railroad. This ls the quickest and
mest direct route and SB comfortable and cheap as
any 0: her route to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago,
st. Louis and all other pointa West and Northwest.
Columbia Nig nt Tram connects with Green vine
and columbia Railroad ; and Day and Night Trains
connect with Charlotte Road.
Through tickets on sale via this route to all
Camden Tram connects at Ringville dally (ex*
cept sundays) w.th Day Passenger Train, and
run: through to Columbia.
A. u. TYLER, vice-President.
8. B. PTOKENS. G. T. A. ]anl9
gO?TH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, June 1, 1872.
EXCCRS'ON TICKETS to Greenville, Anderson
and Walhalla have been par. on sale TC-DAT, and
win commue on sale until ist September.
Good to return until ist November.
Baggage checked through.
Price to Greenville and R?crira $17 80.
Price to Anderson and Betnrn $16 70.
Price to waldana and Return $19 80.
Price to Spartanbarg and Retara $16 80.
Excursion Tickets also on sale to Oatoosa
Springs (Ga.)-price $24.
The above Tickets on sale at the Line street
Depot, and at the charleston HoteL
S. B. PIOKENS. A. h. TYLER,
junl G. T. A. vice-President.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD OOH
CHARLESTON, S. C., J one 8, 1872.
Trains wUl leave charleston Dally at 10.16 A. M.
and 8.00 P. af.
Arrive at Charleston 6.00 A. af. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 8 P. M.
Train does not leave Oharleston 8.00 P. M., SUN?
Train leaving io.15 A. M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acqala
Greek only, going through In 44 hoars.
Passengers leaving: by 8.00 P. M. Train have
choice or route, via Rlobmood and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY In Bal
timora. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN?
DAY In Wilmington, N. c.
This ls 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 Trains or
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. OLEAPOR, Gen. Ticket Agent, may21
AV ANN AH AND CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, Jane 13, 1871
On and after MONDAY. June nth, the Pas?
senger Trains on this Road will ron aa follows:
EXPRESS TRA re.
Leave Oharleston dally.8.80 P. M.
Arrive at Havannah dally.9.46 P. M.
Leavo Savannah dally.11.80 P. M.
Arrive at Oharleston daily. TAM,
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 7.40 A. M
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted. 8.30 P. M.
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted... ll A. M.
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays eic'ted. 6.60 P. M.
Passengers from Oharleston by 3.80 P. M. train
make close connection with Port Royal Railroad
for Beaufort, (Sundays excepted.)
Freight forwarded nally on through bills or lad?
ing to points In Florida and by Savannah line ol
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
freights ror Beaufort and points on Port Royal
Railroad and at as low rates as by any other ima
Tickets on sale at this office for Beaufort over
Port Royal Railroad. C. 8. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent
s. O. B0YL8T0N, Gen'l Ft. and Ticket Agent.
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Ordnance Survey of Sinai and the Pale.-tine
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Jesus, by Charles F. Deems, numer?os Illustra?
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The Autobiography of Stephen Collins, M. D., $L
Annual Record of Science and industry for 1871.
Edited by Spencer A Baird, $2. ^
The Newspaper Press of Charleston, embracing a
period or 140 years, by Wm. L. King, $2.
Astronomy and Geology Compared, by Lord
The student's Own Speaker, a Manual or Deci?
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Shakespeare, edited, with notes, by Wm. J. Rolfe,
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bear in mind that by ^ending their orders to us for
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charged only- the price of the Book. We pay for
the postage or express. Address
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apr23-tuths _Charleston. S. O
JAY COOKE, MCCULLOCH A CO.,
No. 41 LOMBARD STREET, LONDON.
FOR TRAVELLERS, AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
JAY COOKE Sc CO.,
NO. 20 WALL STREET.
a?gjgg gaUg^gftit "Dag.
Bj WM. MCK i T.
FURNITURE AND DRY GOODS TO
close consignment; Win sell THIS DAT, st
lils Auction Salesrooms. No. 40 We.twor.b.street.
at io o'clock, BEDSTEADS, Bureaus, Tablea,
Chairs, Lounges, ?o. immediately airer toe
above, sn lovuice or Sat?nete, Casalmeres, Tweeds.
Jeans. Undershirts and Drawers, Clothing.
Holsery, Hats, a c. _ Julyw
By MILES DRAKE.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS. Ac.
THIS MORNING, at io o'clock, I will sell at
my Store, corner King and Liberty streets.
A floe line or Men's BOOTS. Brogans, Oxfords)
Mfllakofls, Creole and Button Congress, Balmorals.
English Tie, Women's Serge, PolLh and Gatters,
Kip and calf Balmorals, Slippers, Misses' and
Children's Bootes, Pollen. A-c.
A. lot or Stock BOOTS AND SHOES, to be sold
without reserve, and a fine line of Men's sud
Boy's Felt, Wool and Straw Hats, to close con?
SHEEi?'FS^SALE.-THE FIRST NA
TIONAL Bank of Charleston vs. Iaaac S. K.
Bennett-The People's National Sask vs. L S. K.
By virtue of tho two above executions against
the property, to me directed and delivered, will
be sold, on MONDAY, the 6th day of August, 187*.
In rrunt.of the Courthouse, in Charleston, at li
o'clock A. M.,
AU me right, title and Interest of the defendant
in the above stated cases in all Mat FARM or
Tract of Land, on the west side uf Public Road, to
Charleston County, containing about 65 sores,
bounding north on lands of Heyward, south on
lands of Happoidt, west on Ashley River and east
on Public Road.
All that LOT OP LAM?, with the bnlldlnga
thereon, situated on the north side of Broad
street, known by the number 28, Ward No. L OUT
or Charleston, measuring on Broad street 28 fee?,
and of that width ror a depth or 104 feet 2 inches,
and then, for a further depth ot about 47 feet,
about 77 feet in width, as ls particularly shown by
a plat made by B. K. Payne lo October, 1866;
bounding north on laud of Captain Cones, easton
lana late or state Bank, sonth on Br J ad street and
west on land or C. D. Carr and of -?-.
TWO LOTS OP LAND, with buildings thereon,
fronting the one on south side of Broad street,
next to corner of King street, and tne other on
King street, measuring In front en Bro id street,,
from east to west, 60 feet 6 inches, thence south?
wardly na feet, thence wcstwsrdly 86 feet-O'
in cr en, thence southwardly 89 feet 6 laches,
thence esstwardly to Klug street 187 feet 8 inches,'
thenee northwardly 28 feet by 6 fett e lschrs,
thence westward]? 64 feet, thence northwardly s
feet 6 laches, thence eastward!/ 2 reoi, tneuce
northwardly 19 feet 6 inches, thence eastwardly 4
feet, and thence northwardly to the starting point
on Broad street 106 feet 3 inches, as per plat made
18th June, 1887. annexed to a deed from James
Jervey to Dr. Isaac Motte Campbell, dsied 16tb
August. 1837. E. W. M. MACKEY, S. a O.
Bj GRUBBS & WILLIAMS, J
Real Esta.te Agents and Auctioneer,.
mRDSTEES' SALE OF THE RICHMOND
X AND YORK RIVER RAILROAD.
By virtue of two deeds of trust from the Bloh.,
mond and York Elver Railroad Oompany to th? late
Wm. H. Macfarland and thr undersigned, dated
respectively the 9th of september, 1869, and the
1st oi January, 1806, the undersigned, surviving
trustees, will, on WEDNESDAY, the 14th day of
August, 1872, at 12 M., at the auction rooms or
Messrs. O rubba A Williams, Richmond, Virginia,
sell by Public Auction,
The WHOLE LINE OF RAILWAY Of the Bald
Company from the City or Richmond to Weat
Point, together with the Franchises or the said
Oompany, and the Equipments, Rolling Stock,
Machine Shops, Depots, Water Stations, Road
Bed, Machinery, Tolls, Easements, and every
other right, Interest or estate conveyed by the
?aid deeds, excepting choses to action;
THE TERMS OF SALE
will be DASH sufficient to pay all the costs of ex?
ecuting the trusts of said deeds, and to pay the
interest oo the bonds outstanding under the dead
of 1869 aforesaid, estimated at about $86.000, and
then a credit un'll the 1st o? January, 1877, as to
$48,000, with interest from the 1st of Joly, 1872,
at the rate of 8 per cent per annum, payable
semi-annually, and then Cash sufficient to pay
the interest doe on the bonds of the first-class
under the deed of I860 aforesaid, estimated at
about $62,000, and a credit until the 1st cr Janu?
ary, 1880 as to $800,000, with Interest at the rate
I of 8 per cent, per annum from the ist of July,
11872, payable semi annually, and then Cash sur?
t? cien t to pay the Interest due on the bonds of the
second class under the mortgage or 1866 afore,
said, estimated at abone $166,000, and then a
credit until 1st of January, 1877, as to $299,ooot
with interest from the lat of July, 1872, at tile
rate of 7 per cent, per annum, payable semi-an?
nually, and then a credit until the ut of January,
1890, as to the residue of soon purchase money,*,
with interest at the rate of o per cent, per an?
num. As to so much of the purchase money as
may be applicable to toe bonds, secured by the
deeds or trust aforesaid, the purchaser shall give
bis bonds corresponding with the said outstand?
ing bonds, and as to the rerldue or such purchase
money, the purchaser shall give his bond or
bonds, as may be determined npon arter the sale;
the purchaser's bonds to be secured by deed or
trust on the property and franchises sold.
Capitalists will t&ko notice that the effect of a
sale and conveyance by the undersigned will be
to extinguish the Oompaoy aforesaid, and make
the purchaser a body corporate. For further par?
ticulars, apply to Messlears PAGE A MAURY,
Counsellors at Law, Richmond. Va.
R. H. MAURY,
J. PROSSER TABB,
A9* Sale conducted by Messrs. GRUBBS A
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
.Holders of the Mortgage Bonds aforesaid will
report at once to Messrs. PAGE A MAURY, Rich?
mond, va., the number of Bonds weld by them,
the deed of trust by which they are secured, the
amount or each Bond, and the amount or interest
due. Holders or Detached Ooopons will report as
above. R. H. M A UK I ,
J. PROSSER TABB,
WRIGHT & WARNOCK'S
PATENTED OCTOBER 10, 1871.
We take pleasure in presenting to the planters
and pnbllc a Horse Power gotten np by Meura
WRIGHT A WARNOCK, of Barnwell and Beau?
fort Counties, & C., which ls a most perfect ma?
chine. The said Power will give greater speed at
the expense of less power than anything yet to
nae; Is strong, simple and durable. Can be used
with equal ease for gtoatog cotton, threshing
grain, pumping water, Ac. WliL on a forty-saw
gin to good order, with two mules, moderate
galt, gin 1600 pounds lint cotton per day; brisk
driving2000 pounds. One mule can pull lt; light
for two. It sits to a frame in the house; caa be
arranged to gin with the gin and gear sitting on
Another Important feature of this Power is
that the rising or falling of the floor of the house
does not affect the working or the gear tn any
This ls a Son them enterprise, and no humbug
Price $126, and freight, ready for putting ap.
G. H. KIRKLAND and W. A GLARE.
Allendale, 8. O.,
Agents for south Carolina.
G. H. KIRKLAND, Agent for North Carolina.
Rev. Messrs. Joseph A Lawton* and Joseph
Bostick,* or the Savannah River Associa?
tion, Allendale; Captain W. M. Bostick,* Allen?
dale; Rev. Messrs. D. J. Simmons and f. Milton
Kennedy, of the sonth Carolina Conference; Gen?
eral Johnson Hag cod, Baruweli Courthouse;
Captain R. D. Senn, Columbi*; F. J. Pelzer, Esq.,
and Messrs. Reeder A Davis, Charleston, 8. o.
?Those marked thus have seen the Power at
QOTTON GINS, Ac.
THE CELEBRATED GRISWOLD GIN
at $3 76 a saw, delivered at any Railroad depot la
THE IMPROVED EXCELSIOR GIN,
manufactured at Macon, Ga., at $4 a saw, deliv?
ered as above.
THE MORRIS GIN,
manufactured to Columols, s. c., warranted to
make as good lint, and as much ?nt, to gin the
seed as clean, and to run as light as any gin of
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 AND
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OF "
.For sale at above prices'by
J. E. ADGER A CO., Sole Agents.
No. 62 East Bay, Charleston, B- c.
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