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Another morning dawns with baleful light
Mow on my Bight,
A%d mr sad heart, that lound from gnawing
A respite brier,
Most wake once more, rr j its dall weight of pain
Take up ??gain.
The golden morning that to others brings
Hope on her wings,
Bringa none to me; the tranquil evening's close
No sweet repose;
And her gloom no ray 01 stat ry light
The silent night.
In vain for me with one harmonious voice
Does Earth rejoic,
And with her thousand tints of land and sky
Entrance the eye;
The music seems a dirge, the beauty ail
A funeral pall.
And Earth herself one vast and lonely tomb,
All that her womb
Yields, she devours, as did the god of old
His offspring. Gold
Gleams the abundant corn that smiling waves
O'er silent graves.
Oh, bitter thought! that man'a weak faith un?
What purpose serves
Ambition's best result, r ame, power, seem
Ap Idle dream
Seen In truth's light, whose brightest flowers
To grace a tomb.
How swells the heart to-day with conscious
Fate seem? defied.
How dwells Intent on each new scheme of gain
The busy, brain.
What fond illusions thrill the lover's breast,
His hopes con rcs t.
To-morrow dawns. What titles now avail
When knocks the pale
Stern Messenger of Fate? How duL and cold
The once-prized gold I
The bounding pulses that to Joy did thrill.
How fixed and still i
So Mi his turn hath each the bitter draught
Of sorrow quaffed.
And so shall each that cometh arter me,
Of earthly gain, ambition, happiness,
THE CAMPAIGN NEWS.
Greeley Against Grant-A Paper for*
The Presidential Campaign for 1872 has
opened. It will be the moat exciting that
the country bas ever known. The issues in?
volved are extraordinary in character, and
come directly home to every citizen. The j
overthrow of Grant and the election of j
Greeley mean Honesty and Beform in the
National Administration, the triumph of Law
and tbe restoration of Peace and Harmony
throughout our land, and a retara- to the
fundamental principles of government which
prevailed in the better days of tba Re?
The most Intense interest will naturally
be felt in the progress and result of the
straggle, especially in the South, where the
material prosperity of the people and their
relief from organized persecution and rob?
bery are involved. We mean that THE
CHARLESTON NEWS shall at this juncture
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wrrtch bas been accorded to it as an earnest,
enterprising and outspoken chronicle of the
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. letter. Address,
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JOTTINGS ABOUT THE STATE.
-The kitchen ot Mr. O. J. Gwine, on Tarkey
Creek, In York County, was destroyed by ire
-By an accident il lall in Yorkville one day
last week, Sergeant Bobo, of Company C, 7th
Cavalry, broke his left arm.
-Mrs. Mary Anderson, aged eighty years,
died at the residence ot her son-in-law. Wm.
L. Hopkins, Esq., in Laurens County, on the
-Hon. J. Duncan Allen, ot Barnwell, is an?
nounced as a convert to the Republican par?
ty. Previous to reconstruction. Allen was
.senator from Barnwell.
-George G. Clack, a yonth about fourteen
years of age, was killed Instantly on Friday
afternoon last about eight miles above Chester
by the accidental discbarge ol his gun.
-Fred Adlckes, of Yorkville, has been re?
commended by Congressman Wallace for ap?
pointment as a cadet at West Point. A re?
commendation in such cases is equivalent to
-One day last week S h ad rack Harris
stabbed to death Charles Johnson, both col?
ored, on Bear Creek, In Fairfield County, and
has escaped. He ls described as a mulatto,
about six feet high, and thirty years old, and
wearing a frock coat.
-The Yorkville Enquirer say6: "The pay?
master visited this post again on Thursday
.lastrad paid off the troops stationed here.
Since that time five soldiers belonging to
troop K, of the Seventh Cavalry, have desert?
ed. AU of these men are 'new recruits,' only
having enlisted last winter."
THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.
SOD th Carolina.
The Greenville Enterprise Bays: "Since our
last report the weather bas been very favora?
ble for tbe crops, both ot cotton and corn.
Good showers have fallen at proper intervals
and all kinds of plants developing satisfacto?
rily. From present Indications, a large crop,
a perfect cornucopia, is expected in the fall."
The Bennettsvllle Journal says: "There has
oeea no rain of consequence about Ben net ts
viUe in over two weeks, and the weather now
is extremely warm and dry, and crops are
sadly ia fleed of rain. Not only ls this tbe
case lu this Immediate, vicinity, but so far a?
we have heard, lt ls general throughout tbe
county. Especially ls lt tbe case in the lower
section of the county. Cotton ls shedding its
leaves considerably, and forms are commenc?
ing to shed off also. If rain does not come
very soon the cotton crop will be seriously in?
jured. In some sections, the farmers report
K as already injured to a serious extent. The
prospect, until very recently, has 6een uo
uguaUy good, and farmers have been congrat?
ulating themselves upon the fact, and looklog
forward to the dawning of a new era In finan?
cial affairs. If the present drought continues
mach longer, these bright anticipations are
doomed to be blighted."
The Macon Telegraph says: "We believe a
fair corn crop will be made after all. Never
did an apparently hopeless case come out as
the Middle Georgia corn crop has developed
since the Bhowera. Seven <?ood ears have
been made where one was looked for a month
ano. We saw an ear fifteen inches lone and
of good size, picked from a slender stalk on
gaudy land yesterday, and everything like a
stalk will be found to carry a respectable nub?
The Columbus Sun says: "Specimens of cot?
ton bolls punctured by worms were exhibited
on the streets yesterday. They have been
found lu abundance In Russell County, Ata?
cama, on the plantations between the Big
and Little TJchee creeks. The specimens we
were shown were from the Phillips piace,
where one thousand acres are planted in cot;
ton. Considerable numbers have already
been found and they are fast spreading over
the country. Wet weather is having the effect
of producing them, and increasing their ra?
ages. Mr. Frank Redd tells us they are be?
coming quite frequent on his and other farms
in the neighborhood. On Friday the heaviest
rains of the season fell in the Uchee bottoms.
Dry weather ls now earnestly hoped for It
is expected lt will have the effect of stopping
the ravages of these destructives. Crop esti?
mates will have to be changed materially, un?
less there is very soon a decidedly different
condition of atmosphere."
LIST OF LETTERS remaining In the Postofllce
at Charleston, for the week ending July 26,
1872, *nd printed officially In THE DAILY JEWS,
as the newspaper having the largest circulation
In the City of Charleston.
#y Office hours from 8 A. M. to 6>? P. V.. On
I Sundays, from 5K to "X P. M.
jay Persons calling for Letters Advertised
[ should state that they are "Advertised,"
STANLEY G. TROTT. Postmaster.
Aiken, Sarah Frost, Rebecca Mulcahy, Mary
jane QUUard, Elenor Ann
Album. Eliza S Murray, Anna
Anderson, Mrs George, Mary Jane
Auzeley, George Gehrs, Rebecca Myers, Maggie
Arnon, Susan Gerdes, Miss B Myers, Mrs Ann
fi Gibbes, Ban- McEvoy. Mary
Barber, Cathe- nah Vash, tllze
rise Glover, Eva Pranz, Louisa
Batley. Mrs L Uoodwine, Har- Percival, Mattie
Barnwell, Har- rlett E
riett Graut-, MrsThos Phelps, Mattie
Ball, Mrs Mar- Green, Mary Plnckn?y, Dian
tha Green. MUey ah
Barnett, Mary Hamilton, An- Powell, Liddy
JBeck, Mrs A nie ?ingold. Mary
Behling, Feddle Hamilton,Susan Rlstig, Adeline
Beamer, Jane Harrison, Matu- Rivers, Betue
B aban, Agnes da Roberts, Mary
G Barr, Rebecca E
Boyle, Ann D Elargis, Hannah Roberson, Rose
Bradshaw, Ella Hays, Blnah Robertson, Elsie
D Hester, Mrs Roberson, Miss
Brlsbon, Rose Parsleg S Y
Brabham. Ann Hill, Mrs S Roberson, Char
Brown, susan Holmes, Mrs R lotte
Burns, Rachael F Rose, Mrs A E
Burres, Peggy Holmes, Susan Rose, Mrs Har
Burroutfhs, tu- Licnter, Mrs R rlett
cinda M S Rout, Mary
Ru rdges, Eliza Hutson, Mrs L Hassell, Julia
Butler, Susan A Ryan. Mrs A P
c.,in, Abby Hutirasen, Fy by Salomon, Anna
?Jam. Mary Jackson, A L
Cammel, Miss Johnson, Mrs E Sanchez, Mary
Erseal A Scaulan, Estelle
Cantwell, Eliza Johnson, Char- scissors, Cecely
beth lotte Simms, Belle
Cavene, Mary A Johnson, Mrs M Simmons, Sallie
Clary, Mary W simmons.
Clifford, caro-Jones, Gereldlne Phoeoe
ltneOMP M Singleton, Mra
Colemann,Caro- Jones, Estelle Anna
line Jones, Adriana Smith, Mary P
Coffey, Julia F Kearsou, Ma- Smith, laebel
Colson, Susan tilda smith, Mrs M
Crosby, Bell Kennedy, Eliza Smith, Mrs Hen
Davis, Amanda Kobbenbrlng, ry
Davis, Mrs H A Bertha Snider, Sarah
Days, Anna r.cffln, Miss M Spencer, Lucre
Dawson, Julia E tia
Dart, Susan Lenerue, Corne- Spencer, Dlanab
Deveaax, Mrs J lia Spencer, Ellen
B ' Leslie, Miss M K Stephens, Hen
Decker, Agnes Lloyd, Rhodie netta
E Lohmann, Bet- Stone, Ellen
Dennis, Misa S tte Sot ion, Miss C
E Lodge, Jane Saslas, Miss L
Des verney, Long, Mis, O Thoma9, Rock
Francis Louaese, Mary | sana
Dickson, Susan Lowndes, Miss Thomas, Mary J
L AL Thompson, Mrs
Dorey, Hannah McNamara, Be- A
Douglass, Mrs lia Thompson, Em
C A Managanet, ma A
Dowlen, Mary Pf 'ls TUlsoo, Mrs O
Dows, Elizabeth Ms -anet, Bl-Tucker, Mindy
Drayton, Pene- DUJ Vanderhorat,
lope Marshal!, Mrs Miss W
Drayton, Eleno- Marshall, Mar- Vinyard, Julia
ra gret L Warren, Mar
Drnmmen, Julia Martin, Rebec- grate
Dunlap, Maggie ca Waring, Mra E
Edam, Susan Heartens, Mrs O
Easterby, Ma- L Ward, Mrs E M
ria Merrifield, Mag- Washington,
Edwards, Marli gie Mary
fcffloger, Mrs Ml hel, Mrs T Washington, Ju
Henry Middleton, Ann Ha
Eire, Catherine E Washton, Mra
Ells, Mrs Frank Mlshon. Marla Rich
J Mitchell, Mra A Webster, Mra M
Elrldge, Rachael R N
Elbrook, Mrs M Mitchell, Clara Webster. Sarah
Ezekiel, Mrs L Mitcham, Laura White, Mrs A fry
Farr, Ure Ann A Williams, Mrs
Fell, Anna E Monde, Aristide Mary
Fi nc Re, Meta Moses, Emily Wernges, Mrs J
Fogartle, Julia Pr- cilia O
Fore-t. Susan Muline Della Young, Sylvia
Albers. H Grant, Jimmy Nix w u
Alder8on, J F Grant. Eliza Ohland, D W
Appenous, Hen- G rot h 1er, J DO B O'Meara, John
? ry Guerret. Wm O'Neill. Jacob
Arnau, W D P Hants, Geo D Orr. Edmund
Barber, Geo Harrison, Rich- <col'd)
Barnet r. F A ard Pearson. B E H
Benson, H Harrison. James Peters, Jr. H T
Berner. Fritz Hayward. Phillips, Haynes
Black, Arnot Christmas Pc epics, Trios M
Boyd, B F Hazel, E Gads- Pierson, J S E
Bowen, P den Pongaud, E
Bonneau. F Hazel, Jacob Powers A Co, S
Buggs, SD Hazel, Sam- H
Brewer, Morrow uel . Provalle, Alfred
Bradley. Julius Ham, Clarence Hells, J P
Brandt, P V Baatedt, U Rtmplc, James
Britton. Paul j Heath, Mr D
Brown, capt B Hedderly, Jas Richardson, O S
T P Richmond, J c
Brown, C M Hicks, H H Riley, E W
Brown, Morris dolieran,SlmonlKilter, John
E Hoffman, H Ritter. J F
Brown, Francis Hoppmann, W Roberts, G W
Buckley, Capt F He Rodgers, T D
F Howard, W J Robson, Elle
B?ggeln, Jo- Hoocklneys, Robertson,
bann Tom Isaac
Burns, A B Hyams, Solo- Roberson, JOB
caro inc, Mon- mon Russell, Samuel
day Jacobi), Davids Gilbert
Caldwell, James Jervey, J o Schiesse, L
Cammi!, Mr (169 Jones, Edward Sebeck, J H
East bay) JohUBnn, Sam- Seel, C
Campbell, F J uel G Sharkey, John
chlsolm, Thom- Johnson,Joseph -harp, BO
as * Keenan,Dentils Sheehan, Pat
Collen, .Charles Eienke, J H rick
Cullin, Henry Lalcy, SC Shepherd, Capt
Colgan, T tomas Lamber?, Robt H E
Cordes, Geo F Laroche, James Shoemaker,
Cress, M W Llnsebrlnk, J H Capt F
Davids, L Lake, John J Slgwald, W H
Darby, Wm uoftus, Toomas Simons, C L
Davis, Robt Lubs, ll D >iafcler, Wm
Dawes, Caroline Lyona, Edward Small, Thomas
Dean, James E F
Deslices, 0 R fliacangle, Wm Smith, Dan B
Dillon, Patrick Magwood, Robt Smith, Alex
Doran, James Martin, charles;Smlih. ben
Drayton, R S Mack, Robert Stratton. J H
Dungan. John Macbeth, Rich-Tamp.et, Frank
Euson, EA ardT Thompson, J D
Edwards, Ches- Mackey, Geo Thompson A Co,
ter Magill, Joan R
Ehrhardt, Con- Mant- ll, John Tobias, F J
rad Masche, Emil Tobin, M J
Ellis, Benj MehrteuB, O Tolbert, Mr
Ferguson, Jno Meren, T W Tomson, R T
W MUler, Isaac Van Wyck, Rev
Finly, F Miller, Thos E Geo V
Fletcher, . Sam- Moloney, Ste- Walker, O S
uel phen Wallace, Alfred
Ford, J Moore A Has- Washington,
Frank, P (col'd) kell John
Fuller, H M M< siman, Wm Washington,
devin, Walter J Tomas
Green, Thoa Moultrie, Rev J Welnhelmer,
Glit, Julius G B|McDonel, Hen- Peter
Green, R W ry Weber, Charles
Green, John McKensle, Hen- Whalen, M
Green, B W ry Wulklns, H
Green, Paul Velson. Glover Wilson. Geo
Green A Son, Nell, J B Winslow, J H
Chas_ .Woodruff, W T
49- Persons depositing letters in the Postofflce
will please place the stamp near the upper right
hand corner of the envelope, and they will also
please to remember that without the stamp a let?
ter cannot be malled, but will be sent to the Dead
O H APE A U & CO.,
DEALERS AND DISTILLERS OP
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE NO. 173 EAST BAY,
_ _ ? CHARLESTON, S. 0.
The highest prices paid ror Crude.
FURNITURE BEPAIRED AND RENO?
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By J. L. L?NSFOBD,
iebe smith Street, Borth of Wentworth,
Cigars, Kooacro, 8t.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE,
N o. 410 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STP~ET.
GIO ARSsvND TOBACCO of all kinda.
PIPES of every quail ty.
Call and examine stock before buying else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. B-Tue Wheel of Fortune constantly on
hand. Invest 26 cents and try your lack.
gtflnnrttor*, flcrrticnltcrt, ?Et
-pRUIT TREES, SMALL FRUITS,
ORNAMENTAL TREES AND PLANTS, 0HOI0E
GARDEN AND FIELD SBED3, Ac.
A splendid stock of the choicest varieties.
Send for descriptive catalogue and price list.
All Trees well packed so aa to carry safely to J
any part of the United State?.
SMALL FRUITS AND SMALL PLANTS,
of all kinds, sent by mall, postage paid, to any
post ?nice In the United States.
EDWARD J. EVANS A CO.,
Nurserymen and Seedsmen,
july26-t?MmCB York, Pa.
Prp ?ocas, Ut.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
The subscriber takes this opportunity to an?
nounce his intention of giving up the DRY
GOODS BUSINESS, and will Bell off the Stock of
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
FOR CASH ONLY.
A rare opportunity ls now offered to purchase
all kinds of DRY GOODS
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
The Stock ls now being MARKED DOWN, and
will be sold o? as rapidly as possible.
A. B. STILLMAN,
No. 281 KING STREET,
Fourth Door Below Wentworth street,
J. IV. ROBSON,
TT A VING AMPLE MEANS FOR ADVANCES, A BUSINESS EXPERIENCE OF
J_L twenty years, and conflaicg himself strictly to a Commission Business, without operating
ontns own account, respectfully solicits consignments of Cotton, Flour, Corn, Wheat, 4c. shippers
of produce to him may, at their option, have their consignments sold either Tn Charleston or New
York, thus having the advantage of two markets without extra commissions.
References-Bishop W. M. Wightman. S. C.; Colonel Wm. Johnson, Oharlotre, N. C.; Rev. T. 0.
Summers. D. D.. Tennessee; Hon. John P. King, Augusta, Qa.: Messrs. O.-W. Williams A Co., Charles?
ton, a C.; Mes?is. Williams. Blrole 4 Co.. New York.
AS the SPFOIAL AGENT FOE THE STATE OF DUPONT'S GUNPOWDER, I will always keep a full
stock of all kinds at Magazine. The long experience of Messrs. Dapont in the manufacture of Gun?
powder, makes lt unnecessary to say more than that I guarantee the quality or every package. Price
aa low as any other Powder In the market. Fersons ordering please name DUPONT.
MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINING COMPANY.
As Agent for the MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINERY OF BALTIMORE, I wll) S<wp constantly
on hand a roll assortment or Crushed, Powdered, Granulated, A White, B. White, 0 Extra, 0 Yel?
low; a so Amber Drips In barrels, which I offer at manufacturers' prices, freight added. Any change
m price being reported dully by telegraph, thus giving the trade tne advantage of lt. ,.
Am also Agent for tio celebrated brands or Family Hour manufactured oy Messrs. DAVIS 4
EMMONS, or St. Louis, which I can recommend in every respect; pur. up In Ninety-eight Pound Bags
and Barrels-BEST AND GOLD DUST, choice Family, Rome Mill Medium Family, Santa Marla Good
Family. Also several or the best Mills In Virginia, Georgia and Tennessee.
AB Agent for WHITTAKER 4 SON'S CELEBRATED BASIS, Anderson H.'s Co. Beargraas Hams
Fairbank, Peck 4 Co.'s Caddy Lard, Werk 4 Co.'s Candles, Samuel Leonard 4 Son Candles. Johnson
4 dements Corn Starch, James Beatty 4 Co.'s Orackers.Gakes, i c., Soaps of all varieties, Mackerel l n
kits and half barrels, Ludlow Brand of Gunny cloth, Baling Twine, 4c, 4c; and aa I devote myself
exclusively toa Commission Business and all the goods are received direct from factory and neither
sell nor ouy on ray own account, would-respectroliy call the attention or the trade to my facilities
far doing business, and the inducements offered to purchasers. Having an experience of over
twenty years, and having Just erected a large and commodious store in addition to my others, I am
fully prepared for business.
ENGLISH SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME,
Imported direct from Liverpool,and guaranteed to contain twenty-four per cent, of Soluble Phos?
phate of Lime.
DIRECT FROM THE AGENT, WARRANTED PURE. For sale at market rates.
RAW BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE, FLOUR OF BONE, DISSOLVED
BONE, PLASTER OR GYPSUM.
Always on hand, and as every shipment ls analyzed on arrival, Plantera can rely on getting the
same article, and fully up to standard.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
The highly satisfactory and remarkable effects of this Guano in producing very largely Increased
crops of Cotton, corn and other staple crops, has attracted the general attention or Planters and
J. IV. ROBSON,
AGENT FOR THE STATE,
Junl2-lnthS Nos. land 3 Atlantic Wharfnnd 68 Eait Bay, Charlcitan.
WRIGHT & WARNOCK'S
PATENTED OCTOBER 10, 1871.
We rake pleasure in presenting to inc planters
and public a Horse Power gotten np by Messrs
WRIGHT A WARNOCK, of Banwell and Beau?
fort Counties, S. C.. which ls a most perfect ma?
chine The said Power will give greater speed at
the expense or less power than anything yet in
usc; ls strong, simple and durable. Can be used
with eqnai ease for glnulng cotton, threshing
grain, pumping water, Ac Will, on a forty-saw
gin In good order, with two mnles, moderate
galt, gin 1600 pound3 lint cotton per day; brisk
driving 2000 pounds. One mole can pull lt; light
for two. It sits In a frame in thc loose; can be
arranged to gin with thc gin and gear sitting on
Another Important feature of thia Power ls
that the rising or railing of the door ol the house
does not affect the working of the gear in any
This la a Southern enterprise, and no hnmbn g
Price $126, and freight, ready for patting ap.
G. H. KIRKLAND and W. A. CLARK.
Allendale, S. C.,
Agents for South carolina.
G. H. KIRKLAND, Agent for North Carolina.
Bev. 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 P. Milton
Kennedy, of the sooth Carolina Conference; Gen?
eral Johnson Hagood, Barnwell Courthouse;
Captain R. D. Senn, Columbi*; F. J. Pelzer, Esq.,
and Messrs. Reeder A Davis, Charleston, S. C.
?Those marked thus have seen the Power at
?OTTON GINS, &c.
THE CELEBRATED GRISWOLD GIN
at $3 76 a aaw, delivered at any Railroad depot in
THE IMPROVED EXCELSIOR GIN,
manufactured at Macon, Ga., at $4 a saw, deliv?
ered aa above.
THE MORRIS GIN,
manufactured in Columbia, S. c., warranted to
make aa good lint, and as much lint, to gin the
seed as clean, and to run as light as any gin or
same size in the market, at $3 so a saw.
THE DANIEL PRATT GIN,
manufactured at Prattville, Ala., at $4 a saw,
CIDER PRESSES, WINE PRESSES AND
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OF
For sale at above prices by
J. E. ADGER A CO., Sole Agents.
No. 62 Ease Bay, Charleston, S. C.
Send for Circulars._iniyts-thBtnimo
?yTBGINlA MILITARY INSTITUTE,
Applications ror admission Into this Institute
are now received for the next session. Cadets
admitted will have the peculiar advantages which
this important state institution suopiies, not only
In ita liberal, scientific course, bnt ta Ita effective
Cataloguea will be supplied by application to
FRANOIS H. SMITH, Superintendent.
Reference ls made to the numerous patrons In
South Carolin a, July22 m6
Clotting, tailoring, Ut.
MENKE A MULLER,
NO. 325 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS BELOW LIBERTY STREET,
Respectfully announce to
their friends and the public
that they have marked down
their entire Stock of Fine
CLOTHING and FURNISHING
GOODS to actual New Tork
cost, preparatory to removal,
on the first of September next,
NEW BUILDING, '
AT THE CORNER OP KING AN? WENTWORTH
THE PRESENT STOCK MUST BE
CLOSED OUT, AND THEY SOLICIT
A CALL AND AN EXAMINATION OF
THEIR GOODS AND PRICES.
IDoors, GasljCG ana Siirt?e
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
STORE DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
MOULDINGS, WINDOW GLASS,
NEWELS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
BALUSTERS, SLATE MANTELS.
OFFICE AND SALESROOMS,
No. 20 Havne street,
FACTORY, H ORLE FC K'S WHARF
jjtogtfat BakQ~~$MUTt magg.
By W. T. LEITCH & B, S. BROS,
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE IN CHAPEL
Will be sold on THURSDAY, August 1st, st the
Old Postoffice, at li o'clock,
That Two and a Hali story WOODEN RESI?
DENCE, No. IS Chapel staeet, containing four
square and two stile Rooms, with Pantry and
Dressing Rooms, On the premises are Kitchen
and al) necessary outbulldlnga and Cistern.
Lot measures In I run: on Chapel street 42 feet 6
Inches, and on the back Une 40 feet, in depth on
one line 102 feet, and on the otne.- 183 feet, more
Terms-One-half oath; balance in one, two,
three and four years, with Interest, payable semi?
annually, with bond, secured by mortgage of the
property and insurance. Purent, ?er to pay us for
papera and stamps._Jnly27-stnth3
Br GRUBBS & WILLIAMS,
Real Bistate Agents and Auctioneers.
TRUSTEED SALE OP THE RICHMOND
AND YORK RIVER RAILROAD.
By virtue bf two deeds of trust from the Rich?
mond and York River Railroad Company to the late
Wm. EL M nefaria nd and the undersigned, dated
respectively the 8th of September, i860, and the
1st oi January, 1866, the undersigned, surviving
trustees, ww, on WEDNESDAY, the wthdayof
August, 1872, at 12 M., at the auction rooms of
Messrs. -Grubbs ft Williams, Bichmond, Virginia,
aell by Paollc Auction,
The WHOLE LINE OP RAILWAY of the said
Company from the City of Blohmohd to West
Point, together with the Franc bin es of the said
Company, and the Equipments, Rolling ?tock,
Machine Shops, Depots, Water Stations, Road
Bed, Machinery, Tolls, Easements, and every
other right, Interest or estate conveyed by the
said deeds, excepting choses In action.
THE TERMS OP SALE
will be CASH sufficient to pay all the costs of ex
eoutlng the trusts of said deeds, and to pay the
Interest on the bonds outstanding under the deed
of 1869 aforesaid, estimated at abont f 86.000. and
then a cred.t andi the 1st of January, 1877, as to
$48.000, with interest from the lBt of July, 1872,
at the rate of 8 per cent per annum, payable
semi-annually, and then casa sufficient to pay
the interest due on the bonds of the flrstclass
ander the deed of 1886 aforesaid, estimated at
about $62,roo, and a oredft until the 1st of Janu?
ary, 1886 as to $800,000, with interest at the rate
or 8 per cent, per annum from the 1st of July,
1872, payable semiannually, and then Cash suf?
ficient to pay the Interest due on the bonds of the
second class nnder the mortgage ?x isse afore?
said, estimated at abont $166,000, and then a
credit until 1st Of January, 1877, SS to $299,000,
with Interest from the lsc of Joly, 1872, at the
rate of 7 per cent, per annum, payable semi-an?
nually, and then a credit until the 1st of January.
i860, aa to the residue of such purchase money,
wi i h interest at the rate dr 8 per cent, per an?
num. As to so much of the pnrcuAse money as
may be applicable to the bonds, secured by the
deeds of trust aforesaid, the purchaser shall give
bis bonds corresponding with the saH outstand?
ing bonds, and as to the re-idue of anch purchase
money, the purchaser ehail give his bond or
bonds, as may be determined upon arter the sale;
the purchaser's bonds to be secured by deed or
trust on the property and franchises Bold.
capitalista will take notice that the effect of a
sale and conveyance by the undersigned will be
to extinguish the Company aforesaid, and make
the purchaser a body corporate. For further par?
ticulars, apply to Messleara PAGE A MADBT,
Conns euora at Law, Richmond. Va.
R fl- MAURY,
J. PROSSER TABB,
ta* Sale conducted by Mesara. GRUBBS ?
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Holders of the Mortgage Bonds aforesaid will
report at once to Messrs. PAGE A MAURY, Rich?
mond, Vs., the number or Bonds held by them,
the deed of trust by which they are secured, the
amount or each Bond, and the amount or interest
doe. Holders or Detached Coupons will report as
above. R. H. MAURY,
J. PROSSER TABB,
Drags at tttyotasale.
WHY SHAKE AND BURN
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CHILLS AND FEVE??
SILVE?t SPBING8, NEAR OcALA, FLA.,)
March 1,1871. j
MESSRS. DOTTIE. MOISE A DAVIS, CHARLESTON,
S. C -Dear Sirs: I regard MOIRE'S FEVER AND
A??K PILLS as a certain enre, and a blessing to
all living In the malarious districts of the south,
and particular^ in the everglades of our State. !
Very respectfully, yours,
JAS. B. i,WENS, M. P. I
KiNOSTBXB, S. C., December 31, 1870.
MR. B. F. MOISE, CHARLESTON, S. c.-Dear Slr:
I have used your FEVER AND AGOEPILLS in
my practice this all, and have never In the first
instance failed to relieve my patients. I have
now frequent calla In my drug store for them, and
I always recommend them, and with the happiest
results. I wish that yon may have the satlsfac
Mon of knowing that your ."Fever and Agffe
Pills" have relieved many under my treatment,
when other m ed ?clues that 1 have tried have
failed to do. . Your*, respectfully.
J. S. BROUKtaGTON, M. D.
MERCAT?R3. BARNWELL DIST., S. C., )
July 12,1871. j
MR. B. F MOISE-Dear Slr: In reply to your
question as to what bas been the success of your
FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, that h ve been sold
by us, we would say as rar as we know, they
have given entire satisfaction. We shan continue
to recommend them.
Yours, respectfully, -
W? T. BLANTON A SON.
NEAR GREEN POND, S. ft 0. R. B. 1
November ll, 1870. J
MB. B. F. MOISE-Dear Slr: I am glad to say
your FEVER 'AND AGUE PILLS are all you claim
for them. I have used them in my family and on
my place, and In every case they have proved ef?
fectual; Borne of the cases I had nought chronic,
aa they bave lasted over two yea s. Ia no case
waa more than a single box raoutred, and in no
case has the disease returned, ahuVt ls over three
months ago since 1 used them. ~.
Yours, AC, B. K. WILSON.
GOCRHIN'S DEPOT, N. E. R. B., Sept. 16, mi.
MESSES. DOWIE, MOISE ft DAVIS -Mrs: I am im?
proving in health almost ss fastas I can, laboring
under Qlfferent old chronic diseases. I took
MOI>E'SFEVER AND AGUE PILLS, sgreeable to
directions, and find ihem the best medicine I
have ever taken, and they have made a complete
care of Chills and Fever on me, and my, case was
one of the worst.
Your hnmble servant.
Peedee Railroad Bridge Keeper.
They contain no arsenic or poisonous Ingre?
dients of any kind-nothing- in the least degree
injurious to the system under Any circumstances
-and may be administered with perfect safety
They never fall to cure the most obstinate case
when taken as directed,
sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
DOWIE. MOI?E A HA VIS,
Proprietors and Wholesale Drngalsts,
May30-tlis6mo Charleston, S. 0.
DO NOT STORM THE SYSTEM, WHEN
disordered, with violent cathartics that
rack and tear and weaken the unfortunate inva?
lid, thereby assisting the comp a nt, whatever lt
may be, to prostrate the vitality which la the
natural antagonlstof disease. Tone the stomach,
relieve the bowels, regulate the liver, and refresh
the nerves with
Tarran t's Effervescent Seltzer Aperient,
when the first symptoms of Illness are experi?
enced. A more dellgntfal effervescent draught ls
not to be fonnd omoog our th! rut-quench ir g sum?
mer beverages, and a more potent remedy for
dyspepsia, biliousness, constipation, nervous
headache, colic and general debility does not
exist. Sold by all druggists._july2M2
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Offices-No. 138 Meeting street, and corner Line
and Meeting streets.
sw-Hlghest prices paid m Cash for Crude Turp?n
bastion ggltt^-gfjii fflgg.
Bj SAMUEL C. BLACK.
PHOSPHATE STOCKS AT AUCTION.
Will be sold THIS DAT, toe 27ih instant, at
io o'clock A. M., at east end of Broad street,
68 Shares Chlcora PHOSPHATE STOCK.
Terms cash.___Jnly?7 ^
By LAUREY, ALEXANDER & CO.
.OORN, ON ACCOUNT OP ALL CON
THIS DAY, 27th instant, will be sold before onr
Store, No. 80 East Bay, at io o'clock, on account
of all concerned,
el sacks Baltimore WHITE CORN, slightly dam?
aged on board brig-, on her voyage from Bal?
timore to this place.
gOTJTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, a 0., Hay IO, 1872.
On and after SUNDAY, May 19, the Passen?
ger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad will run
Leave Charleston.8.10 A x
Arrive at Augusta.4.20 p u .
Leave Charleston.8.10 A X
Arrive at columbia...4.06 F X
Leave Angosta.7.40 A X
Arrive at Charleston.,.8.20 F X
Leave Colombia.7.40 A X
Arrive at Charleston.3.20 r x
' AUGUSTA NIQHT XXFBS8S.
Leave Charleston..-..?. 7.20 r x
Arrive at Augusta..*.a.00 A X
Leave Augusta.?.7.40 r x
Arrive at Charleston.8.46 A K
COLUMBIA NIGHT IX?>?88.
Leave Charleston.8.20 r x
Arrive at columbia.8.40 A K
Leave Columbia.6.60 F H
Arrive at Charleston.6.66 A X
HUMM KHVLLL* THAIN. .
Leave Summerville at. 7.28 A X
Arrive at charleston at.8.46 A X
Leave Charleston at.8.80 F x
Arrive at sommerville at..4.46 F K
CAMDEN BRANCH. "
Leave Camden..8.16 A X
Arrive at Columbia./....?..10.40 A X
Leave oolumbla.1.46 F x
Arrive at Camden.wt.BM F M
Day and Night Trains connect at Angosta with
Macon and Augusta Railroad, Centrai Railroad
ann Georgia Railroad. Thia ls the quickest and
most direct route and as comfortable and cheap as
any 01 her route to Louisville, Cincinnati Chicago,
St. Lo ula and all other point? West abd Northwest.
Columbia Nignt Train connects witn Ureeavuio
and Columbia Railroad; and Day and Night Tra?na
connect with Charlotte R?ad.
Through tickets on sale via this route to all
Camden Trauxconnects at Ringville dally (ex?
cept sundays) with Day Passenger Train, ant)
runs through to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. FIOKENS,0. T. A. janlfr
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM
CHARLESTON, & c., Jone 8,1872.
Trains will leave charleston Dally at 10.16 A. H.
and 8.00 P. if.
Arrive et Charleston 6.00 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 3 P.M.
Train does not leave Charleston 8.00 P. M., SUN?
Train lea vin g 10.16 A. M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acqula
Creek only, going thjrough In 44 hours.
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P.M. Train have
choice of foote, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay ever on SUNDAY lo Bal
tlmore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN
DAT in WUmlngton, N. c.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant route to Cincinnati, Qplcago and other points
?West and No-thwlst, both Trains making con?
nections at Washington with Western Trama of
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
8. & SOLOMONS.
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. OLEAPOR, Gen. Ticket Agent, magg
SAVANNAH ARD CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, Jone 13, 1872.
On and after MONDAY, Jone 17th, the Pas?
senger Tra?na cn this Road will run aa follows;
Leave Charleston dally.3.80 P. M.
Arrive at savannah dally.OM P it.
Leave Savannan dally.1L30 P. X.
Arnve at Charleston daily. 7 A. ii.
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 7.40 A. M
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted. 3.80 P. M.
Leave Savannah, sundays excepted... IL A. M.
Arrive at Charleston. Sundays exo'ted. 8.(0 P. M.
Passengers from Charleston by 3.30 P. M. train
make close connection with Port Royal Railroad
for Beaufort, (Snndays excepted.)
Freight forwarded dally on through bills of lad?
ing to points ta Florida and by Savannah une of
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
freights for Beaufort and points on Port Royal
Railroad and at as low rates as by any other line.
Tickets on sale at this office for Beaufort over
Port Royal Railroad. 0. S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent
S. 0. BOTLSTOP, Gen'l Ft. and Ticket Agent.
gOtJTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, June 1, 1872.
ESCURS'ON TICKETS IO Greenville, Anderson
and Walhalla have been pur. on sale TO-DAT, and
will continue on sale unttl ist September.
Good to return unttl 1st November.
BAggpge checked through.
Prien to Oreen ville and Return $17 80.
Price to Anderson and Return $16 70.
Price to Walhalla and Return $19 30.
Price to Spartanburg and Return $15 30.
Excursion Tickets also on sale to Catoosa
Springs (Ga.)-price $24.
The above Tickets on sale at the Line street
Depot, and at the Charleston Hotel.
S. B. PIOKENS, A. L. TYLBR,
Joni_G. T. A._vice-President.
61)iris ana irnrniarjmg ?BODOS.
ENGLISH AND BALBRIGGAN
GAUZE, MERINO, SILK AND THREAD
WINDSOR SCARFS, BOWS & TIES.
COLLARS AND CUFFS
IN GREAT VARIETY,
WITH THE LATEST PRODUCTIONS OF
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE) THE* .HARKET HALI..
j^J-OSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE
Highest Cash Price- paid for WOOL, WAX
Hides, Skies, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinda of
Dealers In COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
Pig Iron. may20-mwfiyr