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I had two friend', ab me ! and both are gone l
In silence, with her whit ; hands crossed, one
And when I called her name no answer gave
V No answer gave when moat 1 prayed and wept.
With face as cold as stone, one went his way,
For sweet trust giving treachery and hate;
And never more will word of his float bach.
Though to life's close with saddened soul I walt.
Roth friends are gone, alas l One still and cold,
One warm with Hie, and strong, with hearty
And I have learned the bitter tesson well.
That Life can bold a deeper loss than Decth
CRIME IN TBE STATE
The Chester Marder.
The Yorkville Enquirer aavs: "In Cheater,
on Sunday night iasr, William Ford killed
George Cresswell, by stabbing him with a
pocket knife ander the collar-bone. Alter be?
ing stabbed, Cresswell lived but a few hours.
The deceased was a discharged soldier, and
was engaged la business at Cnester. We
learn that "beth the men were members of the
Sons of Temperance, and the difficulty origin?
ated out of one or the other having been re?
ported to the Order for a violation of tbe tem?
perance pledge. Immediately after the mur?
der, Ford made his escape, but was arrested
on yesterday morning, about three miles north
of Yorkville, by Hr. Wm. H. Quinn, and is
now In the Jail at this place. Previous to ar?
rest. Ford made a full confession of his guilt
to Hr. Quinn."
A Marder In Edgell titi.
A correspondent of the Advertiser says:
The facta of the bloody murder near Edgefield,
are these: The parties were all colored. The
man's name is John Mitchel, and the murdered
woman's was Sarah Kemp, all living and work?
ing: on the plantation of Mr. Harrison. Mitchel
and this woman'bad a falling out about the
crop, late In the afternoon of Thursday, tbe
25tn ult, and Mitchel having a large claw
hammer In his hand, struck her over tbe head
knocking her down, and never ceasing until
(je bad beaten her head and face in a frightful
-manner. Her skull was broken through In
several places. He then concealed the body,
and after nightfall, took it upon his horse and
carried lt two miles off, hiding lt away in a
dismal swamp, where he thought the eye of
man would never penetrate. The woman be?
ing soon missed, suspicion was aroused, and
the husband of the deceased asked Mitchel
if he bad seen anything of his wife,
and was Informed by him that she
had gone down the road that evening; ia
search of Ute cows. The next morning the
husband of the deceased went in the direction
indicated by Mitchel, and found the hammer
with which the murder had been committed,
all dotted with blood, and blood upon the
ground near by. Suspecting foul play, ne took
the hammer, returned to tbe house, and in?
formed the other freedmen ot it. Suspicion at
once fell upon Mitchel, who being accused
made a full confession, and told where the
body could be found. He was at once taken
Into c ne tody, and lt was wi i h great difficulty the
colored people could be kept from lynching
him by hanging bim to the nearest tree. A
jury was summoned, an inquest held on Fri?
day, and a verdict rendered in accordance
with the above facts. The Jury also recom?
mend that Har?a Mitchel, the wife of the ac?
cused, be arrested, as accessory to thdeed.
Andi have since learned that both were
lodged In jail at Edgefield Courthouse.
The Kn-Klnx Prisoners.
The Yorkville Enquirer says: "W. D.
Farns, of this county,* convicted of a viola?
tion, of the enforcement act, and sen?
tenced to twelve months' Imprisonment, was
brought to the jail at this place on Saturday
last to serve ont the balance of his term. We
are glad to be Informed that a petition for his
pardon was forwarded from Charleston, and
strong hopes are entertained that It may be
favorably considered by the President B. F.
Biggins, of York, who was sentenced to three
years' imprisonment, was taken to the Jail at
York on the same day. the condition or his
health not allowing him to be sent to Albany.-1
THE TEMPERA if CE CAUSE
> There was a grand temperance gathering at
Chester last Friday. Hr. D. B. Townsend was
the orator of the day, who delivered a highly
interesting address. Hr. Kennedy, of Cam?
den, who has been fighting the good fight of
temperance for thirty years or more, was next
introduced, and his address, characterized
with great zeal and fervor, kindled anew a
love tor the good cause in the hearts ol bis
hearers. Tba venerable Dr. Hooper, formerly
a professor, and at one time the president, ot
the South Carolina College, was Introduced,
and made a brief, pointed and very appropri?
ate address. He was lollowed by John With?
erspoon, Esq., the G. W. P. ol Lancaster Divi?
sion, who ls. Indeed, an eloquent and earnest
advocate of temperance.
The Reporter says that an eLort is making
to get np a temperance paper In Chester.
THE GROWING CROPS.
The Barnwell Sentinel says : "We have had
scorching weather tor the last week or two,
and so dry aa to be of great Injury to tbe cot?
ton crop. Light rains Eave fallen In the past
tow days, and the prospects are favorable for
more copious showers, but with the best sea
sons, from now out the cotton crop must fall
far short in Barnwell County."
The Greenville Enterprise says : "On Sun?
day evening last a refreshing rain fell In this
vicinity, but we bave not heard that lt was
general, or of considerable extent. In conse?
quence of tft? hot weather, the crops would
be benefited by some rain. The good reports
In regard to the crops remain unchanged."
The Marlboro' Times says: "No rain yet
The last heavy rains we had In this place oc?
curred on Saturday and Sunday, the 6 th and
7 th of July. For three or four days after that
time we had slight rains every day, but since
then have had none to do any good. Crops
that two weeks ago were very promising are
now literally barned ap. For eight orten
days past the weather bas been exceedingly
bot with the thermometer ranging irom
ninety to one hundred degrees. There ls now
no prospect at all of rain. The first ol the
present week many tar mers represented
their cotton crops as damaged frlly one-half,
even if the seasons should be good after that
time. Every day adds to the Injury. The
corn orop ls not damaged so much, though
the Injury to that ls considerable. Gardens
are parched ap as well as everything else."
JOTTINGS ABOUT THE STATE.
-There was a violent gale in Columbia on
-Tona D. White, who claims to be lrom
Richmond County, N. C., was arrested ia Rock
HU) and committed to jail last Tuesday,
charged with forgery committed In North Car?
olina, He ls detained to await a requisition
from the Governor of that State.
-Tbe dwelling, kitchen and outhouses of
Mr. W. H. Cammer, at Greenville, was de?
stroyed by fire on Friday, supposed to have
caught from a stove itt the kitchen. Hr.
Cammer, wife and child barely escaped with
their lives. Furniture, clothiug and every?
thing they possessed was consumed.
-On Tuesday of last week, the residence of
a Mr. Moore, aoout eight miles northeast of
Yorkville, was accidentally destroyed by fire.
Hr. Moore lost his entire stock of provisions,
together with all his household furniture. He
only succeeded In rescuing from the flames a
Dort lon of the family clothing. The fire orig?
inated from a defective cblmaey.
Ji-The Harlboro' Times says: "A difficulty
occurred on Saturday, near Clio, ia which
Hilton Mc Rae was stabbed in t he back by
Neill Hinds. Neill also was somewhat Injured,
receiving a blow on the head, but whether it
was Inflicted by Milton or not ls not known.
The parties, lt la said, had been indulging
pretty freely in older, which led to the die
lurbanee. None of the inj aries are serious."
-Nanphlet and Johnson, two colored men,
convicted of the murder of Hr. Harman, ia
Lexlogton, In December last, and whose sen?
tence was commuted by Governor Scott to im?
prisonment for life, escaped irom the Peni?
tentiary on Thursday. They lauded oa the
Lexington shore aa they came Into the world
-perfectly naked. Fiiteen or sixteen Ineffec?
tual shots were fired by the guard.
-A prominent citizen from Saluda informs
the Edgefield Advertiser that aa Important
meeting was held ia Hulet Township on Sat?
urday last, to discuss the wisdom and advisa?
bility of cutting off the Saluda side from
Edgefield and forming lt into a new county.
The sense of the meeting was decidedly la
favor of this measure. Resolutions were
adopted to petition the Legislature for tbe
said division, aud requesting sister townships
on Salada to bold similar meetings. The said
meetlag was totally Irrespective of color or
TUB CHARLESTON NEWS.-If auy of our
readers wonld like a good newspaper from
the city beside the sea, we would recommend
them to try THE NEWS. It Is an active, enter
?irising Journal that keeps abreast of the times,
t Is tor Greeley and Brown, and against cor
ruptlon and rascality everywhere- It is offer?
ed during the campalga at reduced rates.
Associate Reformed Presbyterian.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in tue Postoffloe
at Charleston, for tbe week ending August 2,
1872, and prlntnd officially in THB DAILY NBWS,
aa the newspaper having the largest circulation
in the City of Charleston.
Office hours from 8 A. M. to c;-i P. M. On
Sundays, from 6X to 6% P. M.
49-Persons calling for Letters Advertised
should state that they are "Advertised."
STANLEY Q. TROTT, Postmaster.
Allendale, A P Hargrave, Ellen O'connell, Mary
Artson, Mary Hardgrave, Hel- Offer, Susan
Austin, Mary ena Jane
Ball, Annas- Hardy. Mrs O'Keefe, Mrs D
talde Th O? Palmer, Lydia
Bamrltld, Mrs S Barr?aos, Jen- Portradge, Ise
A nie bella
Barr, Mary Harrtton. Perry, Jannie
Beaman, Mrs 0 Amanda 0 Peterson, Mrs
Baker. Arnie Hays, Mary A Henrietta
Baker, Mrs H M Bilderbrandt, Prince, Char
Ball, Lavenia Catrina lotte
Baxter. Jolla E I Holbrook, Es- Protho, Miss O
Blane, Sophia ther L> A
Blacksteck, Bolmes, Sarah R>ed, Mrs John
Georgiana Holmes, Matilda M
Bryant, Annett Hofmeister, An- Romley, Eliza
Brown, Mary na Harem, Sarah
Brown, Ca-ollne Bollon, Mary A R
Brown, Molley Howard, Lave Revel, Miss E
Bryan, Rina ma Rivers, Hen
Burke, Emma J Houseman, Ma- rt et ta
Bull. Martha . ame Sallie Renor, Mrs M
cameron, Mrs S Horan, Ann Rlnggold, Lave
K Hughes, Mts JP nla
Cade, Alice M Hurley, Phillis Rice, Margret
Cappel, Caro- Jager. Mrs Chas Roberson, Mary
line Jefferson, Cbar- Roberson, Lizzie
Calvitt. Mrs F L lotte Roberson, Sa
Cass, Mrs J M Jenkins, Mary _ I??1 " T
Calvert, Mary Ann Robinson, Mrs J
Childs, Miss AC Jenkins, Mrs SP A
Chichester, Ma- R' Roberts, Leono
ry Jenkins, Hen- ra
Chandler, Marla rletta Russell, Diunah
Chambers, Re-JenklnB, Mrs Sa-Sanders, Mrs
becca rab Samuel
Clark, Maggie Jones. Mrs Ann ?Sanders, Mrs H
Clary, Mrs Den- Johnson, Rose Sanders, Mrs
nls Johnsen, Ann ? Mary
Collins, Mary Johnson, Lave- Sulley, Mrs Rose
Corbett, Di- nla Stleman, Tra
anah Johnson, Miner- wese
Crousland, Mrs va Setsion, Eliza
M K Keck ley, Mary Slngerton, Dl
Crocker, Sarah J anah
A Kennedy, Mary Tal tn, Kia T D
Darcy. Mar- B SlmmoLs, Dl
grate Kennedy, Mar anah
Dennis, Cyntha gret Smith, Mrs T D
A Kurnell, Eliza- Smith, Susie E
Dirken, Ella beth Smith, Miss 8 A
Dodds, Mr.- Geo Rock, Adeline sohi, Margret
Dally, Mrs E M LaMotte, Jolla Somers, Selina
Doran, Mrs El- O Span, Mrs L J
len Lacost, Miss stockman, Ann
Dreyer, Mrs Landers, Mrs S L
Duncan. Amelia Livingston, El- Thompson,Fan
Dunn. Kitty len nie M
Eason, Precllla Little, Mary Thompson, Sa
Edward, Floret- Lloyd, Flora rah
la Uetje. christina Tran. Mrs A W
Edward, Agnes Manlganlt, Phil- Trou vail, Anna
Edward, Maila Us L
Eagan, Mrs Geo Maranda, Ma- Turner, Rose
W ria Ward, Mrs Wm
Ells. Mrs SO Maynard, Mrs Watson, Mary
ErrtnB. Henrlet- H w Walker, Mrs CT
ta Mehrtens, Mrs Wells, Hager
Fear, Ann M Webster, Schar
Ford, Bessie Mingo, Rhina ''.tte
Fraser, Ml9iC silken, Mrs GE Webb, Eliza
Fraser, Mrs Ano Miller, Jane White, Mrs A
Fraser, Christi- Miller. Hattie Whlie, Elmira
na Moodie, Blanche Whiten, Betsey
Fatert, Cate Morgan, An- Wiege, Sarah
Gardner, Hinab tobie Wise, Martha
Gaillard, Mrs & Moore, Mrs Wltz.IdaL
E ' Jane Wilson, Rebec
Gage, Elizabeth Moore, Matilda ca
Gerdes, Barbi- K Williams, Leve?
rs Moroney, Brid ma
Gehrs, Miss C get williams, Jane
G uteventor, Moses, Mrs E Wing, Maggie
Mrs Elizabeth Meyers, Ida M A
Gonzalez. Mary McGill, Lucy withers, Anna
Gordon, Mrs S McLalu, Maggie Wilkerson,Mary
A Mathewa, Mary N
Grant, Lizzie Mathews, Liddy Wilkerson, Ma
Gieen, Louisa Nelson, Agnes ry
Grant, Lorrher Nelson, Lave- Worker, Fannie
Hannon, Mag- ola Woodruff, Misa
gie O'Brien, John 8
Hamilton, Sue O'Brien, sarah Young.Mrs Ann
key Ann Zylstra, Mary 1
Ahern, H W Qrodles, Henry Perrlneau, Hen
Aiken, W H Grant, Peckrum ry
Atender, B R Grant. James Petlr, E F
Alexander, D L (col'd) Plomer, Rev W
Alston, P 0 Haufman, 0 ?
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Ancrum, Rich.- Hanahan, R ti Powers, Pierce
ard Hamey A CO, Po me ry, H
Attlee, WA Mr Pringle, D AUB
Baker, Caa til Harre, W Hm- tm
lian (col'd) niche Prince, James
Barnfield, S BalsaU.WH H
Jones Harden, Burton Pudlgon, A
Bates, Rev John Hey ward, E P PurceU, Heary
A Hinford, Jos (taintaro, G W
Beck, Arthur Howard, Wm T Kamsdon, Capt.
Bowick, WJ Holbrook, J ? John -
Bryan, Daniel Huichenson, Reed, Wm
Bryant, Elaw Edward Richardson. Jos
B own, 0 W Hatcheneon, M Russell, H M
Brown, FC E ' Bossed. J B
Browo, James Jacobsen, Men- scott, Ben
Brown, John' sing Scott, R
Bum, K H Jackson, James School, Dave
Borne, David M Jachens, John Schroder,' W H
Bul winkle, J Johnson, Tb os Scharloe, Geo
Burton, Joseph Keckley. A A Seabrook, T W
Calvert, Thoa Keenan. Paul sims, L B
Carter, Gilbert Kealy, James simmons, BenJ
Carrighan, Hen- Kendrick, Capt simons, John
ry Hiram Simmons, W L
Chiaolm, Thoa Kittos, sidney isman, Thoa P
Collins, Geo A Kelp, E Louis Smith, Dan'l B
Cook, Geo W Kleiner, Phillip Smith, T R
Ooiby, Wm Knight, Henry stewart, T Mc
Comes, Theo Eoopman, B canta
Dart, Jacob liCgare, H N Stone, B A
Dantzier, Bo- Lewis, Geo W s ton tami re, M
man Loth, Edward sumana, G
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H Margrar, Henri John
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(batcher) ' Middleton, E H Waters, Isaac P
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Fields, William McCormick, Jno Werrln, Jacob
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Gibbes, Robert Palmer, Edwd Wise. Richard
Gibbes, Coulotte Perrio, Edward Wood, Master G
Glen,TM H Zona, John
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MENKE & MULLAH,
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
sost, preparatory to removal?
j on the first of September next,
AT TH?! CORNER OF KINO AND WEBTWORTH
THE PRE8ENT STOCK MUST BE
CL08ED OUT, AND THEY SOLICIT
A CALL AND AN EXAMINATION OF
THEIR GOODS AND PRICES.
gfrngg at jjjjgjgsje.
WHY SHAKE AND BURN
CHILLS AND FEVER ?
SILVER SrRLNGS, NEAR OCALA, FLA.,)
March 1,1871. J
MESSRS. Dowra, MOISE A DAVIS, CHARLESTON,
S. O -Dear Sirs: I regard MOISE'S FEVER AND
AGUE PILLS aa a certain care, and a blessing to
all living lu the malarious districts of the south,
and particularly in the everglades or our State,
very respeotruUy, yours,
JAS. b. OWENS, M. D.
KINGSTRBE, 8.0., December 31, 1870.
MR. B. F. MOISE, CHARLESTON, 8. C.-Dear slr:
I Kave used your FEVER AND AOOE PILLS ia
my practice this ?all, and have never tn tbe 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 j
resalte. I wish that yon may have the satlsfac
tb n of knowing that your "Fever and Ague
Pills" have relieved many under my treatment,
when other medielnes that I have tried have
failed to do. Yours, respectfully.
J. S. BROOKIN OTON, M. D.
MRROATURS, BARNWELL DIST., S C., )
Joly 12,1871. j
MR. B. F. MOISE-Dear Slr: lu reply to y oar
question as to what bas been the success of your j
FEVER ANO AGUE PILLS, that h.ve been Bold
by ns, we would say as far as we know, they
have given entire satisfaction. We shall contlnne
to recommend them.
W. T. BLANTON A SON.
NEAR GREEN POND, S. A C. R. R. \
Novemoer ll, 1870. /
MR. B. F. MOISE-Dear Slr: I am glad to say
your FEVER AND AGUE PILL1* are all yon claim
for them. I have naed them in my ramlly and on
my place, and ia every case they have proved ef?
fectual; some of the cases I had t <ought chronic
as they have lasted over two yea's. Ia no case
was more than a Bingle box required, and In no
case has the disease returned, and lt ls over three
months ago since I used them.
Yours, AC, B. K. WILSON.
GOURUN'S DEPOT, N. E. R. R., Sept. 16,1871.
Massas. Dowra, MOISE A DAVIS-sirs: I am im?
proving In bealtn almost as fastas I can, laboring
under different old chronic diseases. I took
MOI>E'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, agreeable to
directions, and find them the best medicine 1
have ever taken, and they have made a complete
cure of Chills and Fever on me, and my case was
eae ef the worst.
Your humble servant.
WILLIAM J. BRADLEY,
Peedee Railroad Bridge Keeper.
They contain no arsenic or poisonous logre
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Injurions to tue system ander any circumstances
-and may be administered wita perfect safety
to an infant.
They never fall to care the most obstinate case
when taken as directed,
sold by Druggl8t8 and Dealers everywhere.
DOWIE, MOI^E A MAVIS,
Proprietors and Wholesale Druggists,
May 30-ths oma Charleston, S. 0.
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peclally for Druggists' and Physician 'a use in pre?
scriptions. The quality and uniform strength ls
guaranteed. This Extract ls superior to copaiba
and Cnbebs, or plain Oil of vandal. Unlike most
preparations of this class, lt does not nauseate.
Toe testimonials of hundreds in public and pri?
vate lire, who have been cured by thia prepara?
tion could be added; bat the proprietor wishes lt
to stand upon Its own merits, and only asks a
Bingle trial to convince the afflicted or ita efficacy.
Circalars and samples can be obtained by Phy?
sicians en application to
DowiE, MOISE A DAVIS,
Agents for So. Ca., Charleston, s. 0.
Also, SNYDER'S SHOWERING SYR. 'GE, re
commended by Physicians as the onir perfect
Female syringe in the market.
DO NOT STORM THE SYSTEM, WHEN
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rack and tear and weaken the unfortunate Inva?
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relieve the bowels, regulate the liver, and refresh
the nerves with
Tai rant's Effervescent Seltzer Aperient,
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mHKEE MONTHS AFTER DATE AP
X PLICATION will be made for renewal of 4
Shares Union Bank Stock, standing In the name
or Trustees Shina's Dispensary, the original
having been lost.
Charleston, July 3, 1872. July4-lamo3
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
The subscriber takes this opportunity to an?
nounce bis intention of giving np the DKY
QOOD? BUSINESS, and will tell off the Stock of
GREATLY REDUOED PRICES,
FOB CASH ONLY.
A rare opportunity la now tnered to purchase
all kinds or DBT GOODS j
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 KING STREET,
Four th Door Below Wentworth street.
Slflticcitgrai ifotl)im rg.
WRIGHT ft WARNOCK'S
PATENTED OCTOBER 10, 1871.
We tate pleasure tn presenting to the planters
and public a Horse Power gotten np bj Messrs
WRIGHT k WARNOCK, or Barnwell and Bean-1
fort Counties, S. 0.. which ls a most perfect ma
caine. The said Power will gire greater speed at
the expense of less power than anything yet in
use; ls strong, simple and durable. Can be used
with equal ease Tor ginning cotton, threshing
grain, pumping water, Ac Will, on a forty-saw
gin In good order, with two males, moderate,
galt, gin 1600 pounds lint cotton per day; brisk :
driving 2000 pounds. One male can pall lt; light
for two. lt sits In a frame In the boose; can be
arranged to gio with the gin and gear sitting on
Another important feature of this Power ls
that the rising or faning or the floor ol the house
does not affect the working or the gear in any
This ls a Southern enterprise, and no bumba g
Price $126, and freight, ready for patting ap.
G. H. KIRKLAND and W. A. CLARK.
Allendale, S. C.,
Agents for Sooth Carolina.
0. H. KIRKLAND, Agent for North Carolina.
Rev. Messrs. Joseph A. Lawton* and Joseph
Bostick,* or the Savannah River Associa*
tlon, Allendale; Captain W. M. Bostick,* Allen?
dale; Rev. Messrs. D. J. Simmons and F. Milton
Kennedy, of the Sooth Carolina Conference; Gen?
eral Johnaon Hagood, Barawell Courthouse:
Captain R. D. Senn, Columbi i; F. J. Peizer, Esq.,
and Mesare. Reeder A Davis, Charleston, S. O.
?Those marked thus have Been the Power at
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THE MORRIS GIN, I
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same size In the market, at $3 60 a saw.
THE DANIEL PRATT GIN,
manufactured at Prattville, Ala., at $4 a saw,
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FOR ALL DERANGEMENTS OF THE LIVER, SKIN, KIDNEYS, STOMACH AND BOWELS.
This well known preparation ls a great Improvement apon tbe Original Recipe of A. Q. SIMMONS,
of Georgia, the Drat proprietor of SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR. It ls put up la liquid form, which
saves trouble and willoh guarantees RB proper proportions, and ls muon, lower lu price than the pre?
pared "almmons's Liver Regulator." Hundreds of reliable teattmonlats or its great value, Irom
among the best citizens or Georgia. Florida, North and South Carolina, are In possession or the pro?
prietors, and will be given to the pabilo rrom time to time.
It ls put np lu large bottles, ready ror immediate use, and ls ror Bale at Retail by O. F. PAN KN IN,
DB. H. BAEB, G. W. AlMAH, JOS. BLACKMAN, G. J. LUHN, 0. A. BARBOT, W. A. SKRINE, EDW. S.
BURNHAM, ECKEL A CO., GRAMAN A SCHWACKE, A. M. COHEN, A. RAOUL, and at Wholesale by
DO WIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
angl-thstn?mos AGENTS FOR SOUTH, CAROLINA.
J. IV. ROBSON,
HAVING AMPLE HEANS FOB ADVANCES, A BUSINESS EXPERIENCE OF
twenty years, ?nd conaning blmseir strictly to a Commission Business, without operating
on ids own account, respectmUy solicits consignments or Oxtton, Flour, Corn, Wbeat, Ac. shippers
ot produce to him may, at their option, bava meir consignments sold etcher In Charleston or New
York, thus having the advantage or two markets without extra commissions.
References-alahop W. M. Wightman. S. C.; Colonel Wm. Johnson, Charlotte, N. C.; Rev. T. 0.
Summers, D. D.. Tennessee; Hon. John P. King, Angosta, Ga.; Messrs. G. W. Williams A Co., Charles?
ton, 8. C.; Messrs. Williams, Birnie A Co.. New Turk. "
AB the SPECIAL AGENT FOR THE STATE OF DUPONT'S GUNPOWDER, 1 will always keep a full
stock orall kinda at Magazine. The long experience or Messrs. Dupont in tha manufacture of Gun?
powder, makes it unnece^ary to say more than that I guarantee the quality or every package. Price
aa low as any other Powder in the market. Persons o raering please name DUPONT.
MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINING COMPANY.
As Agent for the MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINERY OF BALTIMORE. I will keep constantly
on band a foll assortment of Crashed. Powdered, Graouhted, A Wnite, B. White, 0 Extra, 0 Yel?
low; a so Amber Drips In barrels, which I o fier at manufacturers' price*, rreight added. Any change
m price being reported dally by telegraph, tbas giving the trade tue advantage or it:
Am also Agent ror the celebrated Drands or Family Hour manufactured oy Messrs. DAVIS k
EMM0N3, erst. Louis, walch I can recommend in every respect; put up In Nluety-ebzht Pound Bags
and Barrola-BBST AND GOLD DUST, Ohoica Family, Home Mill Medium Family, Santa Marla Good
Family. Also several or the best Milla In Virginia, Georgia and Tennessee.
*rr As Agent ror WHITTAKER A SON'S CELEBRATED HAMS, Anderson H.'s Co. BoMvraw Hams
Fairbank, Peck A Co.'s Caddy Lard, Werk A Oo.'s Candles, samuel t.eonard A Son Candles, Johnson
A Clements Corn Starch, James Beatty A Co.'s Crackers,cakes, i c., Soaps of all varieties, Mackerel t n
kits and hair barrels, Ludlow Braod of Ganny cloth, Baling Twine, Ac, Ac; and as I devote myself
exclusively to a Commission Business and all the goods are received direct from factory and neither
sell nor buy on my own account, would rospectrully call tho attention of 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 ror business.
ENGLISH SUPERPHOSPHATE OP LIME,
Imported direct rrom Liverpool,and guaranteed to contain twenty-rour per cent, or soluble Phos?
phate or 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, Planten can rely on getting the
same article, and rolly up to standard.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
The highly satlafactory and remarkable effects or tbls Guano In producing very largely Increased
crops or Cotton, Corn and other staple crops, has attracted the general attention or Planters and
J. TV. ROBSON,
AGENT FOR THE STATE,
JunI2-tutha Nos. 1 and % At in nt tr Wharf and 68 Bast Bay, Charleston.
Shirts ans iFsntisljing ?cods.
ENGLISH AND BALBRIGGAN
GAUZE, MERINO, SILE AND THREAD
WINDSOR SCARFS, BOWS & TIES.
COLLARS AND GUFFS
IN GREAT VARIETY,
WITH THE LATEST PRODUCTIONS OF
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE} THE MARKET II ALL.
FURNITURE BE PAJEE D AND RENO
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
.Bj J. L. LTJN8FORD,
teba amita Street, north ol Wentworth.
'~~J??T- NOTICE. --OTJR~ RE ADERS WHO
PROPOSE TO SPEND THE BUMMER MONTHS
IN THE COUNTRY, AND PROPRIETORS OP
HOTELS WHO MAY WISH TO FIXE THE
PAPER FOR THE USE OF THEIR GUESTS,
CAN HAVE THE DAILY NEWS SENT BY
MAIL FOR SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS PER
MOUNT VEENON HOTEL, No. 81
W. MONUMENT STREET, BALTIMORE
MU., ON EUROPEAN PLAN.-This favorite es
taonshment, situated in one of the most eligible
positions In trie city, on the highest ground, and
consequently well adapted for a Sumiuer Resort,
being comparatively cool In midsummer, msg
nlflclently lurnlshed with baths and other con?
veniences on every floor, ls now open for the re?
ception of i li ne contemplating a tour of pleasure
the coming -tenon. The cars ran within a square
of thehiiusc. Coaches at ali the stations. E.V.
(Cigars, Ko?ocro, $*t.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE,
No. 310 KINO STREET,
THREE DOOKS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO of all kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examine stock before buying else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. B.-The Wheel of Fortune constantly on
hand. Invest 25 cents and try your luck.
Unction Qaki?-Jnmt tDfii?i fi
.?UUMJUU?'J?JUI.'j^L'xn mri \n.-> -Jr n'n n ->->r ~f-~>-.*f *
WRECKED. MATERIALS, BT ORDER
OF SPANISH CONSUL, for account of
whom lt may c*B0trt^5?.?^jB"^- - t'?
en TUESDAY next, eth instant, at ll o'clock,
wm he sola by Auction on Brown A^4'A Wharf,
SAILS, Bigging, Anchor*,, Chaina and other
Wrecked Materials, saved from the Spanish brig
"Jeana Marlay Jo?e" stranded oti Steno Breakers.
- AND, IKManiATXLT AFTXB, ^ V; ,<:::
Tho H?LL, Masts, Spars an i ?aierials of said
Teasel, as she now lies on Stono Breakers. ?r
Conditions cash. ' '' ' " '' '." :JU&,^
Ile ni Eu La te Agentsand Auctioneers.
mRUSTEES' SALE OF THE RICHMOND
J. AND YORK RIVER RAILROAD. .
By virtue of two deeds of ?rust from the Rich -,
mond and York Elver Railroad Company to thelate
Wm. H. Macfarland and the undersLjned. dated
respectively the 9th of September, 1850, and the
1st o : January, 186?, the nnderslgnod, surviving
trustees, will, on WEDNESDAY, the nth day of
August, 1873, at 13 'M., ac the aucuon rooms or
Messrs. Orubbs A Williams, Richmond, Vi fginla,
seilby Public Auction,
The WHOLE LINE OF RAILWAY of the Bald
Company from the City of. Richmond to West
Point, together with tba Franchises or the said
Company, and the Equipments, Rolling Stock.
Machine Shops, Depots, Water Stations, Road
Bed, Machinery, Tolls, Easements, and .jvery
other right, Interest or estate conveyed by the
said deeds, excepting choses lu action. .
THE TERMS OF SALE
will be CASH sufficient to pav all the costa of ex
ecuUn g the trusts; or : said deeds, and to pay the
Interest on the bonds outstanding nader tie deed
or 1859 aforesaid, estimated at about $86;oo0, and
then a credit un-ll the 1st or January, IStt, aa to
$48,000, with Interest from the Ut of July, 1873,
at the rate of 8 per cent per annum, payable
semi-annually, and then Cash sufficient to pay
the interest due on the bonds or the flrst-clasa
under the deed or 1806 aforesaid, estimated at
about $62,000, and a credit until the 1st of Janu?
ary, 1880 as to $800,000, with Interese at tte rate
or 8 per cent, per annum from the 1st of July,
1873, payable semi annually, and then Cash suf?
ficient to pay the Interest due on the bonds or the
second'Class under the mortgage- or~l8M afor??
said, estimated at about $ic6,coo, ana then a
credit until 1st Of January, 1877, as to $??9,000,
with Interest-from the 1st or July, . 1S72, at the
rate of 7 per cent, per annum, p?yamesemi-an?
nually, and then a credit until the ist of January,
1890, as to the residue of s ch purchase money,
with interest at the rate of 0 per cent, per an?
num. As to so much of the purchase money'as
may be applicable to the bonds, secured by ? tte
deeds or trust aforesaid, the purchaser shall give
hts bonds corresponding with the7ssl* outstand?
ing bonds, add as to the re.-ld ne of such purchase
money, the purchaser shall give his bond or
bonds, as may be determined upon.after the aale;
the purchaser's bonds to be secured by deed or
trust on the property and franchisee sold. ?>' ??
Capitalists will take notice that the effect or ,a
?ale and conveyance hythe undersigned w?rbe
to extingu?an the Company aforesaid, end make
the purchaser a body corporate. For further par?
ticulars, apply to Messieurs PAGE A MAURY,
Counsellors at Law, Richmond. Va, :...*:.
R, H. MAURY,- . '. -
. J. PROSSER TABB,
Sale conducted by Messrs. GRUB BS A
WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. - .. -?
NOTICE JO BONDHOIJ)ERS.
Holden .of the Mortgage Bonds -aforesaid win
report ?t once to Messrs. PAGE A MAURY, Rich?
mond, Va., the number or Bonds held. by them,
the deed or trust by which they are secured, ?he
amount or each Bond, and the amount or interest
doe. Holders of Detached Coupons will report as
above. - Rv EL .MAURY, ..TiTV .
J. PROSSER TABB,
jnn3 Surt?vlng Trastees.
piANOS AND ORGANS.
furnished at Factory Prices, for cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms. .
CHARLES L. Mc OLENAH AN.'
Plano and Music Store,
July3i-imo No. 191 King street.
gOUTK CAROLINA RAIIAROAD,
?HABLB8T0N, June 1, 1872.
EXCURSION TICKETS to Greenville, Anderson
and Walhalla have been pnt on sale TO-DAT, and
will continue on sale nntil 1st September. /
Good to return until 1st November.
Baggage checked through.
Price to Greenville and Return $17 80.
Price to Anderson and Return $16 70.
Pr)co to Walhalla anrt.Ttetnrn $10*0.- .. i- .
Price to S par tan burg and Return $16 30. " ?
Excursion Tickets also, on sale to Oatooam
j Springs (Ga.)-price $24. , :.,,rj
The above Tickets on sale at the Lina Btreet
Depot, and at the Charleston HoteL " " "
8. B. PIOKENS. A. Ii; TTLHB, .
joni G. T. A. vice-President
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
OHABLSSTON. S. C., May 19, 1872.
On and arter SUNDAY, May io, the Passen?
ger Trains on the south Carolina Railroad .will mn
Leave Charleston.8.10 A M
Arrive at Angosta. 4M r x
Leave Charleston. s.io A X
Arrive at Columbia........... 4.ce r K
Leave Augusta.i.;*.......'.'.. 7.40 A M
Arrive at Charleston..../..3.20 ru
Leave Columbia.7.40 A X
Arrive at Charleston.....-..'av rs
AUGUSTA NIGHT BTTHW86. '.- -K ...
(Sundays excepted.) tU\iO .
Leave Charleston.7.20 p M
Arrive at Augusta.coo A X
Leave Augusta.". 7.40 r x
Arrive at Charleston.':.6.45 A M
COLUMBIA NIOHT BXFRB88. ?
Leave Charleston.. 8.20 PX
Arrive at Columbia.0.40 A X
Leave Columbia.0,60 r X
Amye at Charleston...... 6,(6 x x
. gOXXBHVmB TBALK.
Leave Sununervuia at...7.2s A X
Arrive at charleston at.8.4$ A K
LeaveOharleston at. a.so r x
Arrive at summerville at.4.46 r x
OAXDBM BBANCH. .
Leave Camden..:.<UB A X
Arrive at colombia.t.10.40 A'M
Leave columbia.1.46 F X
Arrive at Camden.e.26> x
Day and Night Trains connect at August? with
Macon and Augusta Railroad, Centrai Railroad
and Georgia Railroad. This ls the quickest'and
m.-.st direct route and as cc miori able and cheap aa
any other route to Louisville, Cincinnati, chicago,
St. Lon ls and all other points West ai.d Northwest.
Columbia Night Tram connects wita tireen vine
and colombia Railroad; and Day and Night Tra?na
connect with Charlotte Rost?. ~; .< ,-A
Tbroogh tickets on sale via this route to*all
points North. ,_, .
Camden Tram connects at Ringville dally (ex?
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and:
runs through to Columbia. " j tl. j ..
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
8. B. PIOKENS. Q.T. A. '.)anl9:
AY ANN AH AND CHABJQESTON
RAILROAD. .:--.-:-..!. v.-nrsT
CHARLESTON, jnne 13, 1872.
On and after MONDAY. Jnne I7th, the Pas?
senger Trains on thia Road win run as follows :
Leave Charleston dally.8.80 P.V.
Arrive at savannah dally.0.46 P. X.
Leave Savannah dally.11.30 P.M.
Arr, ve at Charleston dally. 7A.M.
Leave Oharleston, Sundays excepted.. 7.40 AM.
Arrive at savannah, Sunday s excepted. 8.80 P.M.
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted... ' -ir AW.
Arrive at charleston, sundays exe' ted. e. &o P. M.
Passengers from Charleston by 3.30 P. M. train
make close connection with Port Royal Railroad
for Beaufort, (Sundaysexcepted.),
Freight forwarded dally on through bills of lad*
lng to points in Florida and by Savannah line of
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch gives to
freights for Beaufort and pom te on Port Royal
Railroad and at aa low rates as by any other line.
Tickets on sale at thia office for Beaufort over
Port Royal Railroad. 0. 8. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent
S. C. BOYLSTON, Gen'l Ft. and Ticket Agent.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM
CHARLESTON, S. 0., June 8,1873.
Trains win leave charleston Dally at ia? A. au
and 8.00 P. M. ~
Arrive at CharleBton (.MAX. (Mondaya ex?
cepted) and S P. M. ? k~.
Train does not leave Charleston 8.00 F. Mn aux
Ddn leavlngio J6 A. H??n7aSS
tlon to New W, via *&gg* .?* Ac*,u*
Creek only, going through ttM S^-t^ ???.
^^^TlS?? ai? j?K
FBSAT by ?his Train lay over on Tnnr?AYlttJal
UmoreT Thoee leaving on SATUBDAT remain SOW
T>AT io Wilmington, N. C .
This is the cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant route to Cincinnati, Chicago and omer points
West and No thwest, both Trains mating con?
nections at Washington with Western Tra?na of
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. -
8. S. SOLOMONS.
BpgintBt and Superintendent.
P. L, CLEAPOR, Gen. Ticket Agent, ma/St .