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Why do I love my darling so ?
Good faith, my heart, l nanny Snow,
r 1 haye Bach store ot reasous;
* 'Twould take me au a summer day
Nay, saying half that I could say
Would Oil the circling seasons.
Because her eyes are softly brown,
Hy dove, who quietly hath flown
To me as to her haven I
Because her hair ls sort, au>i laid
Madonna-wise in simple braid,
And jetty as the raven ?
Because her Ups are sweet to touch,
Not chill, nor ?ery overmuch,
But softly warra an roses.
Dear lips that chasten while they move,
Lips that a man may dare to love,
Till earthly love time closes r
Because her hand u soft and white,
Or touch so tender and so Merit.
That where her slender Unger
Doth fall or move, the man to wh .m
The guards of Eden whispered "Come K'
Beneath ita spell might linger ?
Because her heart ls woman-sort, "
So true, BO tender, that I oft
Do marvel that a treasure.
So rich, so rare, to me should fall,
Whose sole desert-so small, so small,
la-loving post all measure r
Because she has such store or moods,
So archly smiles, so staidly broods,
So lovingly caret ses;
So that my heart may never tire
Or monotone, or more desire
Than she, my love, possesses!
Ah me I what know or what rare I ?
Or what hath love to do with "why ?"
Bow simple is the reason I
I love her-ror she ls my love.
And shall while stars shall shine above,
And season roliow season.
[All the rear Round.
THE CAMPAIGN NEWS.
GcSelcy Against Grant-A Paper for
Tne Presidential Campaign for 1872 has
opened. It will be the most exciting that
the country bas ever known. The issues in?
volved are extraordinary in character, and
come directly home to every citizen. The
overthrow of Grant and the election of
Greeley mean Honesty and Reform io the
National Administration, the triumph of Law
and the restoration of Peace and Harmony
throngbont oar land, and a return to tbe
fundamental principles of government which
prevailed in the better days of the Re?
The most intense interest will naturally
be felt in the progress and result of the ?
struggle, especially in the South, where the
material prosperity of the people and their
relier from organized persecution and rob?
bery are involved. We mean that THE
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THE AUGUST CONVENTION. 11
A Sensible Discussion of the Situation.
The Columbia Carolinian agrees with THE
CEAJBA\BSTONNBWS in regarding tue State Con?
vention, called by the Anderson meeting, as j
impolitic, if lt be practicable. The Carolinian
Our views on the subject of party organiza?
tion have been given before, and we have an J
yet seen no reason to change them. If any?
thing is to be affected for the improvement or
reformation of our affairs In this State, it must
be accomplished by drawing together what- j
ever ls good and true of both parties, and
uniting them in a common effort. The Demo?
crats representing but a small majority ot the
voting population, while they are .a powerful
reserve force If brought lu to turn.the tide of ]
battle in the event ot a division of the present
contestants, can reasonably expect- only
crushing defeat if these contestants aire united
against them. Any movement at this time on
the part of this minority looking to a party
organization for the purpose of nominating a j
State ticket, will bring about just such a re?
sult, and is to be deprecated. Local organl- ?
?allon, with a view to directing the strength
of the Conservative forces which may exist in
any county in an effort to reform, ls not ob?
noxious to the same objection, and ls not only j
proper but desirable, and should ba therefore
encouraged. These forces should be kept
weil In band as the time may come, and that
soon, when they may do effective service in
the redemption of the State from the present J
dynasty or robbers.
But we reneat, much damaze may be done
by demonstrations which, at this stage ot the 11
contest, may have the effect ot consolidating'
the factions, which gave strong evidence re?
cently of violent and Irreconcilable antagon?
ism. We would not conceal the thought that I
we expect Democrats to succeed, not as a |
party, but as citizens, by a union and co-ope?
ration with their lellow-cltlzens ot other j
party names. Whenever such a union can be
effected reform will result. Because the pro-1 i
posed convention, having such a purpose as [
is expressed in tbe resolution quoted, will not |
i?nd to aid such a union, we deem lt Impoli?
tic, even If lt was practicable, to hold it at
the, time proposed. We do not believe any
considerable number of our people are In the
humor for such an experiment, and, unless
there was a larger representation in such a j
convention, lt would prove to be only an ex- i
hibition of weakness, damaging and demoral- ]
?zinc to those whom lt is designed to aid.
JOE. RUFUS BRATION.
He Escapes and <? Recaptured.
[From the Columbia Union.]
A gentleman on from the North reports lo
us that as Mr. Hester, the well-known United
States detective, was returning from Canada,
having In charge Dr. Bratton, of whom BO
much bas been written and said, a little
episode occurred which has not been men?
tioned heretofore. It seems, from the report,
that when tho couple had reached Aqula
Creek Bratton dodged the detective, and
eluded him In the general rush and turmoil
consequent on the transfer of passengers. To
nod him at the time proved impossible, and
Mr Hester, thereupon, concluded to walt upon
the' wharf all night, first making a hasty trip
through the train to satisfy himself that Brut?
ton feas not OD - board. Morning coming on,
Hester weat beoeath the wharf and there
ibund his man. Such is the report as given
Energy and Enterprise Under Difficul?
ties-The County Agi ?cultural Meet?
[FROM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
ORANGEBURQ, 8. C., August 12.
Since tbe war, which left this county one
smouldering waste of ruin, there has been a
hopeful, steady and heroic struggle to ba?V
the hydra with Its many heads of radicalism
Taxation, oppression, robbery and other
noyanceB have dragged heavily upon
necks of me people, and i hey have sufferer
and toiled as only noble people could. Thc
farmers of Oraneeburg belog bankrupt, were
obliged to accept assistance from the factors
at rates which were ruinous; but a start m
be made, and against eighteen per cent,
advance, fifty per cent, lost lime In labor, and
three hundred per cent, excess of taxation
they toiled on, and to-day most of i hem may
regard the future as a "well done" for noble
effort. Whatever ot advancement and sue
cess ls noticeable here is due alone to home
industry; not a dollar of outside capital, not
sinew of foreign help, has aided in ihe fig
The people who despairingly looked upon ruin
with nerveless apathy, roused unaided except
by a determination io wlo, and io-day they
may well be proud of a new existence. House
are rebuilt, cribs are full, fields are wearing
show nf promise, and the dread of levy ls past
To-day Is the regular quarterly meeting of
the Oraogeburg Agricultural Society. This as
Bocialion was formed on the 1st of March
1869, and Dr. W. F. Barton was chosen as presl
dent. The aim of the society was lo collec
and diffuse information upon fui y subject cal
ciliated to advance the agricultural interests
of this county. Debates were heard ai every
meeting, which evolved ideas tending to gen
?rai good; gradually there has been stimulated
a desire to Introduce improved machinery an
stock, and the late "county fair" surprised the
most sanguine friends ot the society. Its roll
ot membership now embraces the best men
the county, and their zeal Is projecting a "lair
building, to be erected at a cost of $5000
Two thousand dollars is pledged by Ihe mern
bers, the remainder will be raised outside
Answers were received to-day from thirty
three members on the relative condition of
Ihe crop ol 1872 with that of 1871. Eleven
estimated the product as equal, eight reponed
lt as belter, eight as lesa by one-fourth, and
six as materially less. The general admission
ls that the cotton crop will be quite as good as
that of 1871. The corn crop IH decidedly bet
ter, and the rice may be an increase of last
year. Mr. Gehnals reported In the Une of gar?
dening that "Horace Greeley'* could beat the
county on cabbage. The general conference
ended In a conviction that the use ol commer?
cial fertilisers was largely beneficial, and that
the aim ol the society was earning Its reward
in promoting aud stimulating enlarged views
Alter i he rtr! ?oiirn men toi the association they
rallied again at the invitation of their presl
dent lo discuss n more timely subject (ii collu
lion.) Full justice was done lo tho spread of
bountiful viands and sweets, affilia view of
the "ruin they had made, 'they Tilted, wilh
common consent, to pass sentPiy.e on thc
Doctor's 8cnppernong. Whether ln*y defer
red opinion until patient trial, or concurred
that ibe grape Julee was inimitable, we know
not, but many a cork was rudely drawu and
many a glass drained dry, until the board pre?
sented ai "cleaned-ont" an appearance as the
State treasury after the fingering of Scott,
Moses A Co., and all dispersed resolving to
support Greeley and "what he knows about
rarming." The officers ol the society are: Dr.
W. F. Barton,.president; Kirk Robinson, Esq.,
secretary and treasurer; Colonel D. R. Barton,
Captain J. L. Moorer.Dr. W. W. Wan nam alter,
A MECHANICAL CURIOSITY.
A\ Horse Railroad Car which Carries
and Lays Isa Own Track.
The Sacramento, California, Record fur?
nishes the following:
W. M. Bernard, blacksmith and wagon
maker, of Dixon, Solano County, has Invented,
discovered or constructed rt road cylinder,
which is designed to convey ireigbt or pas?
sengers It consists of a large drum, open at
)Oth ends, supposed to be from tour to sixteen
eet In diameter, (according to ihe size of ma
ihine desired,) and lrom rive to seven feet in
eogtb. Inside of ihls wooden cvllnd-?r, three
rroved tracks of steel, one Inch by three
?ightbs, are laid. This completes the de?
scription ot Ihe shell, which, in perspec
ive, looks like a wine vat lying on ila Bice.
Vlthin this ls placed another cylinder,
:losed at the eada, and upon the outside or
vbich are ibree tracks of Iron, conforming to
,he three within the other cylinder. To the
lenlree qi this inner cylinder the shafts are
itt?ched. The lreight is placed In the Inner
:y lin der aud the machine ls ready to go. The
bree required to move lt is Just equal to the
torce that would be required io slide the inner
cylinder on three rails well oiled. It ls in one
tense a sled which lays a track lor itself as lt
roes. The Inventor believes that lt will revo?
lutionize the whole wagon business. Experi?
ments have been made with one roughly
instructed, only lour feet in diameter, which
was lrelghted . with. 2300 pounds of iro. |
ind ae"vT*n men on tue outside, which
was carried easily' over level roads by
one horse. The tracks were rough and the
sntire model imperfect, but the experiment
greatly encouraged the Inventor, who has
applied for a patent and will bave a working
model on exhibition at the State fair. The
trouble so far has been to give the thing a
name which will be descriptive of Its con?
struction aud use. Many have been suggested.
Among them, "revolving Bled," -barrel rail?
road," "cylindrical wagoo," "drum coach,"
"roller portage," and the one used bv UH.
"roadCylinder." Like all inventors, "Billy"
ls laughed at for the quaint novelty of hie ln
ventton, and his nelgnbors talk of placing the
machine'under bonds not to kill sheep or
trespass upon the dalry; but "he laughs best
who laughs last," and Billy ls reserving his
laugh for a final chuckle.
Clothing, (tailoring, Ut.
! -Il? . .
C L O T H I IV Gr!
MENKE A MULLER,
NO. 323 KING STREET,
THREE DOOKS BELOW LIBERT? 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,
AT TUE CORNER OF KING AND WENTWORTH
THE PRESENT STOCK MUST BE
CLOSED OUT, AND THEY SOLICIT
A CALL AND AN EXAMINATION OF
THEIR GOODS AND PRICES.
SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
DR. PIERCE'S NASAL DOUCHE
DR. PIERCE'S GULDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
DeBlng's Pile Remedy
DeBlng's Via Fugte
Dr. Horstord'a Acid Phosphates
iVIiber's Codi!ver Oil and Lime.
For Bale by DR. H. BAER,
No 131 Meeting street.
RUSSELL'S SOOTHING CORDIAL I
This Preparation is highly recommended
>y many of the leading Physicians of Charleston,
ind ls always kept for sale. Wholesale and Retail,
>y DR? H. BAER, No. 181 Meet lag street.
Pnxgs at tUljolesale.
WHY SHAKE AND BURN
CHILLS AND FEVER ?
SILVER SPRINGS, NEAR ?C ALA, FLA., \
March 1,1871. )
MESSRS. DOWIB. MOISR A DAVIS, CHARLESTON,
S.C-Dear Sirs: 1 regard MOIsE'S FEVER ANO
AfJUE TILLS aa a certain core, and a blessing to
all living lo the malartons district* of the South;
and particularlv tn the everglades of our State.
Very respectluliy. yours,
. JAS. B. uWENS,.M. D.
KiNGSTBBE, S. C., December 31, 1870.
MR. B. F. MOISE, CHARLESTON, S. C.-Dear slr:
I have used your FEVER AND AQUE PILLS lo
my practice this !all, and have never in the first
Instance failed to relieve my patients. I have
now frequent calls In my drugstore for them, and
I always recommend them, and with the happiest
results. I wish that yon may have the satlsfac
tlun or knowing that, your "Fever and Ague
Pills" have relieved many under my treatment,
when other medlclues that I have tried have
failed to do. Yours, respectfully.
J. S. BROCKINGTON, M. D.
MERCATCRS, BARNWELL DIST., S.e., 1
July 12,1871. j
MR. H. F. MOISR-Dear Sir: lu reply to your
question as to what has been thc success of your
FEVER AND AQUE PILLS, that h .ve been sold
by us, we would say as rar as we know, they,
have given entire satisfaction. Weahail continue
to recommend them.
Wi T. BLANTON & SON.
NEAR GREEN POND, S. A 0. R. R. )
November ll, 1870. j
MR. 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 lu every case tney have proved of
fectual; some or the cases 1 had thought chronic.!
as they have lasted over two yea s. Ia no case'
was more than a single box required, an tr In no
case has thc disease ret urned, and lt ls over three
momhs ago atnoe 1 used them.
Yours, AC, B. K. WI I-SON.
GounniN's DEPOT, N. E. lt. R.. Sept. ic, 1871.
MESSRS. DowiB,Jaoi8K A DAVIS-MTS: I um im?
proving in heal tn almost ks fastas,! eau, laboring'
under unbent ila chronic diseases. I took
MOI.-E'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, agreeable Uti
dlicctimiH, and Und them the ne*t medicine.1'
have over taken, and they have made a completer
cure of Chills and Fever on me, ana my case was.
one id thc worst.
Your humide servant.
WILLIAM J. BRADLEY.
Peedee Railroad Bridge Keeper.
They contain no arsenic or poisonous ingre?
dients of any kind-nothing in thc least decree
Injurious to thc system undor any circumstances
-and may be administered uritu perfect safety
Coan Infant. ?..
They never fall to cure thc most obstinate case
when taken as directed.
sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
DOWIE. MOIsE A DAVIS,
Proprietors and Wholesale Drugs lats,
MaySO-thB?mo .? Charleston, s. 0.
I RELIABLE REMEDY FOR. ALL DISEASES OF
TUE URINARY ORGANS.
This ls a Solid Extract, and ls recommended es?
pecially r<>r Druggists' and Physician'H use in pre?
scriptions. The quality and uniform strength ls
guaranteed. " 'This Extract is superior to copaiba
md Cubcbs. or plain OH of t-andaL Unlike most
prep ?rations of this class, ic does not nauseate;
The testimonials of hundreds in public and pri?
vate life, who have been cared by this prepara?
tion could be added; but the proprietor wishes lt,
io stand upon its own merits, and only asks a
ilngln trial to convince the afthcted of lu efficacy.
Circulars and samples ciu be obtained by Phy?
sicians on application to
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
Agents for So. Ca., Charleston, S. C.
This unrivalled Medicine Iq warranted not tor
contain a Bingle particle of Mercury, or any In?
jurious mineral substance, butts
For forty years lt has proved its great value la
til diseases or the Liver, Bowels and Kidneys..
Thousands of the good ajid great IR all parts or
the country vouch for Its wonderful and peculiar
power In purifying the Blood, cumulating tue
torpid Liver and Rowels, and Imparting new life
and vigor Vt the whole system. SIMMONS'.*?
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in the same happy proportion In any other pre?
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Tonic, an unexceptionable Alterative and a cer?
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Such Bignal success has attended Its use that lt ls
now regarded as the
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
for Liver Complaint and the painful offspring
thereof, to wit: Dy-pepsla, Constipation, Jaun?
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pression or Spirits, Sour Stomach, Heart Burn,
Regulate the Liver and prevent
CHILLS AND FEVER.
SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR
l? manufactured only Uv
J. H. ZEILIN A CO.,
Macon, Ga., abd Philadelphia.
PRICK-$1 per package; sent by mail postage
paid, $125. Prepared ready lor use In bo. lies.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
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clears the brain, and refreshes, reanimates and
purifies the whole physique. Sold by all drug
For Inhaling me Heated vapors; recommend
iled sometimes In caaes of Bronchitis, and diseases
of the respiratory Organa
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?loues, ^o?ierrj, Ut.
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FROM ONS TO SIX Bl.'TT O NS.
? Black, White, Light, Mode and Dart. All the new
fancy colors to match the prevailing shades
of Silks and Dress Goods.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
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SOLE AGENT FOR THEJJNITED STATES,
Shirts ana JFnrnieljing ?ooue.
To Make Room For
OPPOSITE MARKET HALL
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apris-r.nthH Charleston, s. ti.
Cigars, Oiooacro, Ut.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE,
No. 310 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Ol all kinds.
PIPES of every qnallty.
Call and examine stock before baying blue.
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. B.-The Wheel of Fortune conBt?ntly on
band, invest?s cents and try your incru
Jtotent -JReoiriries. -
SIMMONS'S HEPATIC COMPOUND, OR LIVER CURE,
FOR ALL DERANGEMENTS OF THE LIV BR, SKIS, KIDNEYS, STOMACH AND BOWELS.
This well known preparation Is a great Improvement upon the Original Recipe of A. Q. SIMMONS,
of Georgi*, trie first proprietor or SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR. It ls put np In liquid rdrm. wnloh
saves trouble and whlca guarantees its proper proportions, and ls much lower in price than the pre?
pared -'.simmons's Liver Regulator."-. Hundreds or nuable testimonials of Its great value, from
among tho best citizens or Georgia. Florida. North and South Carolina, are lo possession of the pro?
prietors, and will be given to the public from time to time. .. i,.
It ls put up lo large bottles, ready for Immediate use, and ls for sale at Retail by
O. F. PANKNIN.
DR. H. BA EH,
G. W. AIMA K,
and at Wholesale by
G. J. LUHN,
0. A. BARBOT,
W. A. SHRINE,
ECKEL A CO.,' '
GRAMAN A SCO WACKE,
A. M. COHEN,
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
Dru ?coos, Ut.
DEY GOODS !
DEY GOODS !
CLOSING-OUT SALE OP
THE BEST STOCK OF DRY GOODS
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES AT
NO. 244 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
. . ii- ,
PREVIOUS TO REMOVING TO OUR [NEW STORE,
IVO. 375 KITVGS- STRE ET,
BROWNING'S OLD STAND,
All of our Goods on Hind now will be Sold at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
FUECHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
_NO. 244 KING- STREET. _./
J. 1ST. ROBSON,
HAVING AMPLE MEANS FOB ADVANCES, A BUSINESS EXPERIENCE OF
twenty years, and confining hlmaeir strictly to a Commission Business, without operating
on ids own account, respectfully solicits consignments or C ition, Flour, Corn, Wheat, Ac. shippers
of produce to him may, at their option, have their consignments sold P?ber la Cuarlewton or Now
York, thus having the advantage of two markew without extra uomml/slons.
Rererence?-?(Shop W. M. Wightman, s. C.; Colonel Wm. Johnson, Charlotte, N. 0.; Jtev. T. O.
Summers. 1?. 1).. Tennessee: Hon. John P. King. Augusta, Ga.; Messrs. G. W. Williams A Co., Charles
ton, S. C.; Messrs. Williams. Birnie A Co.. New forte.
As th? KPKOIAL AGKNT FOR THE STATE OF DUPONT'S GUNPOWDER, I will always keep a lull
stock or nil kinds ar. Magazine. The long experience or Meats. Dupont In the manufacture or Gun?
powder, makes lt unnecessary to say more tuan that I guarani oe the quality or every package. Price
os low UH any other Powder lu the marker. Persons ordering pleas? name DUPONT.
MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINING COMPANY.
As Agent ror the M A RYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINERY OF BALTIMORE, I will keep constantly
on hand it full assortment or crushed. Powdered, Granulated, A Wnlte, B. White, u Extra, c Yel?
low; a BO Amber Orlas in barrels, which I olfir at manufacturers' prluo-), fre.ght added. Any change
in price hoing reported daily hy telegraph, thus giving the trade tue advantage or lr.
Am also Agent for tim celebrated nrands or Family flour manufactured oy Messrs. DA Vis A
EUMONS, or St. Louis, which I can recommend In every respect ; pur. up lu Ninety-eight Pound Bags
and Barrels-BEST AND GOLD DUST, Choice Eanuiv, Home Mill Medium Family, Santa Marla Goou
Family. Also several or the best MU is In Virginia, Georgia und Tennessee.
mn \a Agent ror WBITTAKER A SON'S CELEBRATED IIAMH, Anderson H.'s Oo?Beargrass Hams
Fairbank, Peck A Co.'s Caddy Lard, Werk A Co.'s Candles, samuel Monard A son Candles, Johnson
A Clements Com Starch, James Beatty A Co.'sOrackem,Cakes, .1 c., Soaps or all varieties. Mackerel in
mts and hall barrels, Ludlow Brand or Gunny clot li, Billing TWIIIH. AC, AC; and as I devote myself
exclusively toa Commission Business ami nil the goods are received direct from factory and neither
sell nor buy on my own account would respectfully call tho attention or the trade to my faculties
far doing bntlness, and the inducements intered to purchasers. Having an experience or over
twenty years, and having just erected a large ?ind commodious store in addition to my others, I am
fully prepared fur business.
ENGLISH SUPERPHOSPHATE OP LIME,
Importe 1 direct from Liverpool,and guaranteed to contain twonty-rour per cent, of Soluble Phos?
phate of Lime.
DIRECT FROM THE AGENT, WARRANTED PURE. For sale at market raies.
RAW BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE, FLOUR OF BONE, DISSOLVED
BONE, PLASTER OR GYPSUM.
Always on hand, and OR every shipment ls analysed on arrival, Planters can rely on getting the
same aitlcle, and tully up to standard. v .
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
The highly satisfactory and remarkable eifects or this o nano in producing very largely Increased
crops or Cotton, corn aud other staple crops, has attracted the general attention of Planters and
J. IX. ROBSON,
j uni J-tu: ns
AGENT FOR THE STATE,
Nos. 1 auil 3 Atlantic Wharf and 08 Kast Bay, Charleston.
Physicians' Saddle Bags
Physicians' Pocket Cases
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
Bicarbonate of Soda
Cream or Tartar
Alcohol, 95 per cent
Ac, Ac, Ac.
At lowest market rates. Bv
DR. H. BAER, No. 131 Meeting street.
BEEF, WINE AND IRON
BEEF, WI2JE, IRON AND CINCHONA.
These elegant and excellent stimulating Tonics
are now getting into general use, especially tn
cases or delicate remates and children. They may
be had of DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
A full stock of Elixirs, and all thc other new
Pharmaceutic^ Preparations always kept on
TO PHOTOGRAPHER'S !
DR. IL BAEH. No. 131 MEETING STREET.
Keep3 a mil assortment or Photograph!rs' Chemi?
cals, os aiso Pure Alcohol. Acetic Acid, Ac, *c,
all or which he sells at the lowest prices.
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%ntt\sm ^Ita^Snt?src Wan*.
By A. TOBIAS' SONS.
P?BLIO AUCTION-CARGO CHOICE
Porto Elco S?gK?^'i?
THIS DAT, the 16th Instant, we .wm sell Itt
Union Wharr Store, at li o'clock,:'- ^<~*~t*il-.
100 hhda. Choice Porto Elco SUGARS, and
250 bbN. Good to choice Porto .Rico angara, IIB?
ported expressly for Grocery trader
Conditions at sale.->- -- -
: as- savannah Republican and Augusta Odnstt
tntlonaltst copy once and send hill to A. TOBIAS* j
SONS._ aoglg '
By LAUREY, ALEXANDER & CO.
.pOODS TO PAY- FREIGHT, -?40.*,- Ac.
VT THIS DAT. 16th instant, will bo sold be?
fore oar store, at half-past 0 o'clock, to pay
Freight, Ac AC,
I bbl. SYRUP, 3 dozen Buckets, l lot Sieves.
1 lot Mf aaures, 1 lot Paper. 3 boxes- Cheroots, l ;
keg soda, 3 rons Bagging, 1 bbls. Ties,' Hames, Aa,
Conditions cash._'_.angltV : .
By SAM'L C. BLACK.
FDNITURE OF A FAMILY DECLINING
Honsekeeping, for Sale at Auction..
THIS DAY. the isth instant, at half-pan
LO A. M., will be sold at Residence, No. 4 Doughty
SOFAS. Chairs, Etegleres, Marble Tables, side?
board, Dining Table, Bedsteads. Bureaus, ward*
ft bes. Washstands Mattresses, Binn teta, Carpets,
Hatting, Hat Rack, curtains, Crockery, Kitchen
Terms cash. Articles to be removed on day or
isle._i ? .._angiS
By WV. McKAY.
DRY GOODS SALE.-WILL BB SOLD
THIS DAY, at io o'clock; at Ne. 46 Went?
worth street, one case assorted PRINTS, 34 and
1-4 Bleached Shirting, Satinets, Kerseys,. Jeans,
Suspenders, Hosiery, Hats, Ready-made Clothing,
lotions. AC flUgl?
By W. Y. LEITCH & B, S. BRUNS,
?Bf t io nur?.
Property, by order or the Executor >.ol. Ber.
f. fi au Mien. '"
WM be sold THIS DAY, August 16th, at ll
>'clock. at the Old Poe ofUce, T ._
That Two and a Half Story WOODEN DWELL?
ING and out bandings in Summerville k i. own aa
he new Residence of Rev. P. Gadsden; lot meas
ires two acres, more or less.
Terms-One third cash ; balance In-One and two
reata, secured by bond, and mortgage of the pro
icrty, with insurance. Purchaser io pay os for
lapers and stamps. ' Mjgrj
Statiion aolto-?mme 0ap?.
' Allot foncer?. '
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT AUC?
TION. Wm. Lucas vs. R. S. Ven Ding.-.in
Lbe Common Pleas for Charleston county.-In
Equity. -,?.--.7' /
In pun-nance or an order of .sale in - the above
case, to me directed, by the Hon. R. P. Graham.
Judge of the First Circuit, I witt offer for cale at
Public Auction, at the PostoOlce. Broi<l ?street,
Charleston, on THURSDAY, the 20th day of Au-.
gust, 1S72. at il o'clock A. M..
Tne fallowing LOTS or Parcels of LAND, situate
lying and beug tn christ Church. Parish, county
of Charleston, near the Town or Mannt Pleasant,
and having such metes and bounds as are set
foi til on a certain Plat'of the Greenwich Milla
property, made by Wm. Hume. Jr., surveyor, tn?
recorded lu the ofllce of tue Registrar of Mesne
conveyance lor charil etoo. County, in Plat BOOK:
A, No. 1, page 76, to wit: ,
LotsU, H, I and J, c in ta in lng ton (tO) acres
Also one Lot, containing fifteen and fifty-two
one-hundredtha (16.52-too) acres.
AIHO, oae Lot,'containing eleven and four one
hundreds (ll.or 100) acres
Also, ono Lot, containing eleven and ninety
four one-liunuredths (ii.si-.oo> acres, i .
In all, about, seventy-elaht and a half acres,
more or less, as by referent to the plat of said
lands, now to be seen at thc- office of Messrs.
Lowndes <t Gr Ira ball, Auctioneers, Broad street,
will more fmly appear. -
Each Lot will be sold separately.
Terms-One-half cash; balance In one year, se?
cured by bond of Oae purchaser, with Interest
from day of sale and mortgage of the premises.
Purchaser to pay Referee for papers and. stampf,
G. HERBERT SASS, ?
JjjgMM _ Referee.
gOtlTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
cnABLUOTUN, June 1, 1872. .
EXCURSION TIOKET?^oGreeavtlle, Anderson *
and Walhalla have been put ou Bale TO-DAY, and
will continue on sale until ist September: *
Good to return until 1st November.
Baggage checked through. .-., -,
Price to GreenvlUe and Return $17 80.
Price io Anderson and'Return $10 70.
Price to Walhalla and. Return $10 30.
Price to Spartanburg and Return $16 30.
Excursion Tickets also on salo to Cat?os*
Springs (Ga.)-prlce $24.
. The above Tickets on salo at the Line street
Depot, aud at the Charleston UoteL ? '? ?
S. B. PIC KENS, A. L. TYLER,
?uni _G. T. A._vice-President.
gOUTU CAROLINA KAJLKOAD.
. CHARLESTON, S. C., May 10, 1B72.
On and after SUNDAY. May 19, the . Passen?
ger Tra?na on the bomb CaroUna Railroad wm run
Leave Charleston.-S.10 A at
Arrive at Augusta.4.26 p K
Leave charlen ton..........'.."8.10 A M
Arrive al Columbia............. 406 PM
Leave Angosta. T.w A M
Arrive at charleston.?....3.20 p M
Leave Columbia..' l'i2 A ?
Arrive at Chariest J"1...
ADfl?STA h:*?BT B^aXSS.
(Sundays e'^D^-} _
Leave Charleston. TOO P M
Arrive at Augusta.?-- o-OO A M
Leave Augusta.........-.. 7.40 P K
Arrive at Charleston. A u
COLUMBIA NIGHT HXPajiSS.
Leave Charleston. 8,20 p M
Arrive at Columbia. a 40 A M
Leave Columbia. 060 p M
Arrive at Charleston...... t u A M
.BTfKKXBVILXJ'TBA IN. .- .- -
LeaveSummervtUeat:..'.KU A M
Arrive at charleston at.. 8.46 A ?
Leave Charleston at.a.30 p st
Arrive at summerville at.4.46 p M
OAK DSN BRANCH.
Leave Camden..?.16 A K
Arrive at Columbia..;..10.40' A K
Leave columbia.?....1.46 P M
Arrive at Camden.".??26 p M
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta With
Macon and Augusta Railroad, Centrai Rr.Uroad
and Georgia Railroad. Thia lathe qulckeat and
most direct route and as comfortable and cheap as
any other route to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago,'
st. Louis and all other points West and Northwest?
Columbia Night 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) with Day Passenger Train, and
runs through to Columbia. ? ?; JS30
._ A. h. TYLER, Vlce-Prealdent,.
S. B. PIOKENS. G. T. A. , . , jania,,,
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COIL
CHARLESTON, 3. C., June 8. 1872.
Trains will leave charleston Daily at io.IE A."M.
and B.oo P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 0.00 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and S P. M.
Train does not leave Charleston fl.oo P. M.. SUN?
DAYS. ^ -
Train leaving 10.15 A. M. makes through.connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acqula
Creek only, going through in 44 hours. ' ' ' ". *
Passengers leaviug by 8.00 P. M. Train have;
choice or route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those'leaving
Fm DA Y by this Train lay aver on SUNDAY La Bal ;
tlmore. /hose leaving on SATURDAY rtmaln SUN?
DAY in Wilmington, N . c.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant route to cincinnati, Chicago and other pointa
West and No thwest, both Tra?na making' con?
nections at Washington with Western Trains or
Baltimore and Ohio Raliroa 1.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLEAPOR, Gen.Ticket Agent. mav21
AV AN NAR AND CUA&LbSTON
CHARLESTON, Juno 13, 1872. ?
On and after MONDAY. June 17th, the Paa
seuger Tra?na on this Road will run aa follows:
Leave Charleston dally.?.fgif
Arrive at savannah dally.;-?? a? ?J"
Leave Savannah dally. ?AI
Arrive at Charleston dally....' ?
? DAY TRAIN. ;
Leave Charleston, Snndays excepted. - 7.40 A. if .
Artveatsavanni^sn^ 3.30 P.M.
Leave Savannah, Sundays ?"gg&y ?^?E
Arrivant charleston, Sundays exe ten. o.&o p. M.
^a^enrersfrc^rn <^?arIe8ton by 3.30 P. M. train
mixfcloseconnection with Port Royal Railroad
l^ht forwarded dally on through bille Of 1ad~
1 nt? to points in Florida andi by savannah Una of:
H^mshlps to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
fVeijrbta ror Beaufort and points on Port Royal
Bal i road and at as low rates as by any other lue.
Tickets on sale at thia office for Beaufort over
port Royal Railroad. C. S. GADSDEN,' ,
Ea ginger and Sa per in' tendent ? -
s. a BOYLSTON, Gen'l Ft. and Ttaet AgnnL.