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Thc Three Bells.
BT J. G. WHITTIER.
Beneath the low.hung night cloud
That raked her splintering nust
The good ship settled slowly.
The cruel leak gained fas:.
Over the awful ocean
H er signal guns pealed on*.
Dear God I was that Tby aus wer
From the horrors 'round about ?
A voice came down the wild wind,
"Ho I ship ahoy !" Its cr;:
"Our stout Turee Bells of Glasgow
Shad stand till dayUgnt by I"
Hour after hour crept slowly,
Yet on the hi avlng swells
Tossed np and down the ship-lights,
The lights of the Three Bens I
And ship to Bhlp made signal?,
Jaaa answered back to mao,
While oft, to cheer and hearten,
The Three Bells nearer ran ;
And the c?ptala from her taffrail
Sent down hla hopeful cry,
"Take heart 1 Hold on l" he bhonted,
"The Three Bells shall stand by !"
All night across the waters
The tossing lights shone clear;
All night from reeling taffrail
The Taree Bells sent her c:e?r.
And when the dreary watches
Of storm and darkness passed,
Just as the wreck lurched under,
All souls were saved at last.
Sall on, Three Bells, forever,
In grateful memory sall I
Bing on, Three Bella of rescue,
Above the wave and gale !
As thine. In night and tempest,
I bear the Master's cry,
and, tossing through the darkness,
The lights of God draw nigh I
SEA ISLAND COTTON.
A Warning to the Planters.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
Letters Just received from Liverpool, dated
2d August, report the sea Island market as
weak and depressed, at a further decline of
two pence per pound, (four cents currency,)
with sales of only eighty bags, one half of
which was grown In Texas. The average
sales for the past Ave months in Liverpool,
including direct importations, sum up just
about two hundred bags per week-say tour
thousand two hundred bags. According to
Messrs. Stead Brothers' "Sea Island Cotton
Circular" of the 2d August, the stock of sea
Islands Is really two thousand one hundred
and nine bags less than on the 1st August,
1871; bnt to make the deficiency appear as
small as possible, nine hundred and seventy
bags long staple cottoB, grown In Texas, have
been Incorporated In the receipts of sea
By examining the Bea Island circulars close?
ly we find that extra prices are being paid for
toe growths of sea island cotton grown io
Texas, Pera, Fiji, &e, but what puzzles us ls,
why the writers ot.sea Island cotton circulars
should make Texas grown cottons sea Is?
lands, and not admit as such the growth of
Peru and Fifi. The growth of sea Islands In
South Carolina, Georgia and Florida lo 1871,
sums np scarcely sixteen thousand bags, the
smallest crop wo have ever known, except
_40g during the height of the late war and
when our ports were blockaded.
The question is, what has caused this dearth
of demand for the best cotton that ls grown lu
the world ? It is simply this : The manufacturer
baa realized Immense profits, and has become
so rich that he waxes wanton and undertakes
to say, " I know that you are poor, and as my
correspondents write me your our/ d?pend?
ance ls upon the one crop of sea Island cotton
you-raise in the year, I and my friends, having
the money, by concentrating orders and com?
bining to keep out of the market for a time
will force yon to sell your hard year's earnings
at our dictation."
These spinners heve used every effort In
their power to buy the short crop ot 1871 at
their own figures. Some parlies from this side
have written to Liverpool that the crop would
reach acme nine thousand bags more man last
year, not choosing to withhold their opinions |
until the effect ot the worm and September i
storms have been fully realized. j
With the cotton worm spread from Marlon
County, Florida, to Christchurch Parish, South
Carolina, we would caution our planting | j
friends not to run away with the Idea at this
time that a large crop ls going to be made and
that early shipments will realize the best prices.
Every tag ot hew crop sea islund cotton now
forced Into market is merely playing Into the
hands of the ever greedy spinner and specu?
lator, and will be used to break the market
down. When your factor writes you tbat
there ls a good demand for sea Islands or any
other kuda of cotton at fair prices, lt will
then be time enough to send your cotton to
market. Ssa ISLANDER.
JOTTINGS ABOUT TBE STATE.
.-Greenville ls to parc base another fire en-]
-Mr. Samuel McDlll, ot Chester, was badly
bruised last Saturday by falling down a well.
-Mr. Z. W. Dusenberry, of Pott Bluf",
. Horry County, was severely Injured on the
8th Instant by being thrown from his norie.
-The foundation of the elegant bank build?
ing corner of Plain and Richardson streets,
Columbia, has been commenced.
-Mr. Wm. Reeves, of pork Hill, Lancaster
County, was severely wot ded last Sunday by
the accidental discharge of a pistol in tbe
bands of Mr. Albert Tritt v.
-The house of Mr. H. B. Spradley, at Ma-1
rengo Mills, Camden County, with Its con?
tents, was destroyed by fire on Sunday night
-Brewster Wilson and another convict,
wno escaped from the Bichland County jail
* some weeks ago, were recaptured last Wed?
-The Greenville city council has given tbe
Atlanta and Richmond Air Line Railway Com?
pany permission to cross certain streets In that
-Preparations are making for the opening
cf the State Savings and lusurance Bank of
Anderson, and In a few days the b usines s
operations of the bank will begin.
-Tba contract for the construction of tbe
link of railroad connecting the Greenville and
Colombia with the Air Line Railroad, has been
gven to Captain 0. P. Mills, and the work bas
en commenced. ?
-Chester Grange, No. 32, Patrons of Hus
- bandrv, have appointed a standing committee
on fruits, consisting of Messrs. John J. McLure,
Bw Brandt, W. H. Brawley, William H. Hardin
and A. H. Da vega.
-Urlas Hendrix, a colored boy, stabbed
Mr. G. C. Bacot In Columbia last Monday
night because the latter resented an imperti?
nence on the sidewalk. TJrlas is locked up to
-The deaths in the State during tbe past
week have Included the following old and re-1
spected citizens: Colonel ?. S. Irvine, of
Greenville; Mr. Samuel Reid, ot Oconee Coun?
ty, aged seventy, and Mr. Andrew Shearer, of j
Rock Mills, Greenville County, aged eighty
-Sergeant Thomas E. Doyle, of Troop E,
Seventh United States Cavalry, was found
guilty at the last term of the Court ot General
Sessions at Spartanburg of robbing the post
trader, Mr. Frederick Scbmldr, of $315. He
was sentenced to tour years In the Peniten?
-The president and directors of the Ander?
son Farmers' and Mechanics' Association have
entered into A contract with Colonel F. A.
Hoke for th*erection of a suitable building in
which to hold the approaching county fair.
The building will be completed on or before
the I5ih of October next.
-The army worm has made its appearance
in Darlington, althongh, as yet, no damage is
reported. The worm now helps the farmer to
"kill grass," and the farmers can stand lt as
long as the worm can. The rust, another
source of trouble and loss to the farmer, has J
been reported as doing serious damage to the j
potton In some localities.
-The resolutions of respect to the memory
of the late General W. E. Easier, adopted at
a meeting of tbe Greenville bar on tbe lt;th
ultimo, were oo Monday last spread upon the
journal of the United States District Court,
now Bitting at Greenville, by permission of
Judge Bryan, who took occasion at the same
Aime to add his tribute to the high character,
ability and worth of the deceased.
-lu the United States District Court, at
Greenville, during the past week, Whltner
Symmes was admitted to practice; and An?
drew Anderson, Ellas Anderson, John M.
Moore, Wade Littlejohn, who pleaded guilty
to varions violations, of the revenue laws,
were sentenced to terms of imprisonment
ranging from one to six months, with the ad?
dition of one thousand dollars fine In the cases
of Moore and Andrew Anderson.
-A new mill just erected by Captain Ell
Parker, near the line of Kershaw aod Fair?
field counties, in the vicinity of Ridgeway,
was destroyed by fire last Saturday night.
There is no reason to doubt that the fire was
the work of an incendiary. A short time ago,
another mill In that vicinity was broke into
and the stones so mutilated as to render them
useless. There seems to be a determination
on the part of some one lu that neighborhood
to prevent the people irom having bread.
-The first bale of new cotton received in
Camden was brought there last Wednesday by
Mr. M. Barefleld, ot Spring Hill, Sumter
County, and was bought by Mesar?. J. and T.
Jones for twenty cents. It classed as mid?
dling, and weighed six hundred and four
pounds. Another bale, from the plantation of
J. D. Myers. Sumter, S. C., classed as mid?
dling and weighing four hundred pounds, was
purchased by Messrs. W. C. Gerald & Co., and
shipped to Witte Brothers, Charleston, 8. C.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining m the Poatofflce
at Charleston, for the week ending August io,
1872, and printed officially In TUB DAILT NBWS,
as the newspaper having the largest circulation
In the City of Charleston.
49" Office hours from 8 A. M. to 6>, P. M. On
Sundays, from to 6>; P. M.
49? Persons calling for Letters Advertised
should state that they are "Advertised."
STANLEY O. TROTT. Postmaster.
Allen, Marla Glover, Mrs E I) Nelson, Abby
Balley, Fannie Goss. Mary Norria, Minnie
Baker, Mrs H M Green, Mary L Offerinann,
Ball, nra Ann Gregg, Rebeca Adele
Bell, Julia Hanks, Mrs M Oliver, Rebecca
Bennett, Jose H Patterson, Vl*a
phlne G Barrls, lsebelia Peoples, Mar
Bervln, Miss H Hastings, Mrs D gret
Berry, Mrs O Henderson, Ann Plncltnoy, Mls?
Blake. Pnoebe J Henry, Martha H E
Bland. Martha Hoffmann, Mrs Poppen, Levla
Brallsford. | 8. Poojand, MN N
Francis 8 Holmes, Chris- M
BrallBford, Ma- tina Pritchard, Mrs J
ry Bol mes, Rosan- A
Bronell, Mrs E na Roach, Phillis
Brown, Mary Houston, Sarah Rsbertson, Kate
Brown, Molly W Hodrigues, Mrs
Brown,halie Huggins, Mary BA
Brown, Emily AUD Raysron, L'zzle
Cammel. Erseal Hutchinson Russell, Ellen
Campbell, Mrs Kate Rutledge, Julia
E A Jackson, Annie Schleper, So
Oarley. Sallie M Jackson, Lida phi?
Chandler, Mrs J Jenkins, Mrs S Shrewaberry,
B R Eliza M
Channel-i, Mary Jervey, Virginia Simmons, Geer
J Johnson, Anna g'.aua
Chesnnt, Lizzie Johnson, Camil Simmons, Car
Clement, Isebel- la rle
la Keith, dara Slmonds, Mary
Cochrane. Mar- Kelly, Rose Slater, Mrs H
tha Keney. Kate smith, Esbelly
Collins, Louisa Kobbenbrlng, Smith, Sarah J
A Bertha Somera, Caro
Cross, Marla Ladsen, Louisa line
Anna Lambie. Julia C Steman. Sarah
Dangerfield, langloH, Mrs M stoue, Miss L O
Ann LavalL Sentlma Sumter, Julia
Davis. Maggie Lewis, Mrs F M Tho-lle, Ernella
Dennv, Eliza- Loncstreet,Fan-, Thomas, Mary J
beth nie Thomas, Julia
Dongau, Miss E Maijenboff, F Tully, Mary
M Franz Walling, Caro
Douglas, Marr Matt ls, sarah Una
Drayton, Mollie Maxwell, Miner- Warden, Mrs ,
Drummond, va Washington, i
caroline Hazy ck, Marian- Hannah i
Duffy, Mary na Washington, l
Catherine Menrtens, Mrs Matilda <
Jane L , Weinberg, Caro- <
Dovies, Sarah Michel, Miss G E line i
Kaken, Annie Middleton, Hes Wheaton, Mrs 0
Feuer d, Jolla ter wy ley, Mrs Dido <
Elbrook, Mrs M Miller, Rebecca Wllersoa, Mar
Eliot, Lucinda Miller, Harriet gret
Finley, Flora Mitchell. Julia Wilkerson, Sa- |
Foley, Jolla Muse* Mrs H A rah G
Ford. Flora Mut, Miss A winiam", Susan
Ford, Eliza T Myers, .un C F Williams, Ame
Poster, Mrs A N McAllen. Miss B lia ?
Frasier. Hessey McCrady, Lou Winiam*, Mary
Billiard, Ella S McIntyre, Jose- Ann
jibbi. Mrs ws phlne Williamson, Ell
L?bbes, Silvia Nany, To zebeth .
sm en, sa i ah Norman. Ellen Wltcofakey, Mrs 1
Glover, Anna Nesbitt,Margret J F
Boyd Nelson. Mrs E A Wood, Fan M
Arno, D O
Berk ham. Or
Bryan, Cr.as H
cadet. Wm A
Calvert, T H
Cami bell, Hope
Can ld a. Conlon
Carroll, Dr Tboe
Clark, Ed M
Cochran, W R
Collins, D H
Corker, Jas s
Dav IB, LA
Dawson. Dr Jno
Deal, Wm H
Deveaux, E St
Deal, W H
Ki bardi. Chas
Elle. W J
Farris, John R
Flsbburne, Jr, R
Fonts, A J
Gibson, Kev E N
Harrlst n, Jno C
Hlggeo, R 0
die, John H
Jackeou, E T
Kramer, H O
Leas ter. Mr
LabkiD, O H
Marshal, L A
Murphy, Jno W
Pa van, Antonio
Porcher, P E
Porter, Theo A
Pnslean, F S
Rorjson, S W
Sanders, R J
Sa' ti er wood,
Schultze. Jno W
Stevens. P F
Wnltden, W D
Whreaer, J D
Shirts ono iFnmi?ljing OooOo.
To Make Room For
OPPOSITE MARKET HALL,
IS NOW CLOSING OUT
HIS UNEQUALLED STOCK OF
INCLUDING! THE FAMOUS
Jk. T O O S T !
CALL AND EXAMINE FOR YOURSELVES !
ftlotm Monqs Wtawete.
THE MOST PERFECT
ILiRM til DRAWER.
SOLES ALAMO. TILL CO.'S.
EVERY ^?SSi EVERY
FAIRBANKS' "SCALE WAREHOUSES,
FAIRBANKS & CO.,
311 Broadway, N. Y.
FAIRBANKS, BROWN & CO
118 Milk Street, Boston.
FAIRBANKS & EWING,
FAIRBANKS & CO..
FAIRBANKS & CO..
WRIGHT & WARNOCK'S
PATENTED OCTOBER 10, 1871.
We take pleasure In presenting to tue planters
and public a B?rse Power gotten up by Messrs
WRIGHT 4 WARNOCK, or Barnwell and Beau
fort Counties, S. C.. which ls a moat perfect ma
chine. The said Power will give greater speed at
the expense of lesa power than anything vet In
use; is strong, simple and tlurabie. Can be used
with equal ease for ginning cotton, threshing
grain, pumping water, Ac. Will, on a forty-saw
gin in good order, with two mnles, moderate
galt, gin 1600 ponnds lint cotton per day ; brisk
driving 2000 pounds. One mnle can poll lt; light
for two. lt sits in a frame in the louse; can be
arranged to gin with the gin and gear Bitting on
Another Important feature of this Power ls
that the rising or falling or the door ol the house
does not affect the working or the gear In aoy
Thia ls a Southern enterprise, and m humbug
Price $126, and freight, ready for puttlog up.
G. H. KIRKLAND and W. A. CURR.
Allendale, S. C.,
Agents for South Carolina.
G. H. KIRKLAND, Agent for North carolina.
rtev. Messrs. Joseph A. Lawton1 and Joseph
Bostick,* of the Savannah River Associa?
tion, Allendale; Captain W. M. Bostick,* Allen
late; Rev. Mears. D. J. Simmons and I?. Milton
Kennedy, of the South Carolina Conference; Gen
pral Johnson Haaood, Barnwell Courthouse
Captain R D. Senn, Columbi i; F. J. Pelzer, Esq.
ind Messrs. Ree ter & Davis, charleston, H. C.
.Those marked thus have seen the Power at
QOTTON GINS, Ac
THE CELEBRATED GRISWOLD GIN
it $8 76 a saw, delivered at any Railroad depot in
THE IMPROVED EXCELSIOR GIN,
manufactured at Macon, Ga., at $4 a saw, deliv?
ered as above.
THE MORRIS GIN,
manufactured in Colombia, S. C., warranted to
nake as good lint, and aa much Uni, to gin the
?eed aa clean, and to run as light as any gin of
?ame size In the market, at $3 60 a Baw.
THE DANIEL PRATT OIN,
nannractnred at Prattville, Ala., at $1 a saw,
JIDER PRESSES, WINE PRESSES] ?AND
For sale at above prlcea by
J. E. AUGER & co., Sole Agents.
No. 62 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
Send for Circulars. Inlyis-ihatnlmo
?rano JJrije flDistribnt.cn.
3-RAND GIFT CONCERT
IN AID OF THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY,
AT LOUISVILLE, KY.
By authority tn the act or the Legislature Incor
lorating the PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY,
he Tiuntees will give their
SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT
n the great Hall or the Public Llnrary Building,
In Loul-.ville, Ky , on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1872.
loe .ooo TICKLE TS OF ADMISSION
vin he leaned at $10 each; hair tickets, $6; quar
er tickets, $2 60; ll whole tickets for $ioo; 28
ur $?66; 66 for $600; 113 lor $1000 ; 285 for $2600;
?76 for $6000. No discount on less than $100
vorth of tickets at a time.
$500,000 in Currency
vin be given io the holders or tickets by dlstrl
muon by lot or UNE THOUSAND GIFla, as
LIST OF GIFTS.
?ne Grand Gift, Cash.9100,000
9ne Grand Gilt, Cash. 30,ooo
1. ?O.000 "
1. 15,000 ?
1. 10,0.0 ??
1. 9,0 00 M
1. 11,000 ?
1..y. 7,0OO ?
1. 6,00i? M
1. 5,000 "
1. 4,000 "
1. 3,000 ?
l Ci If ts . f S-J. Ono euell ... 8,000 "
15 " 1,000 ". 15,000 ?
?0 " 90? ". 18,000 ?
?i " soo ?. 10,800 "
?95 700 M. 17,500 ?
3:5 " OOO a. ?1,000 "
45 ? 500 ??. ??,500 ??
l>0 " 400 ". 90,000 ?
00 " 30U . 18,000 ?*.
100 " ?00 ". ?0,000 "
61? ? 100 ?. 61,?00 "
Total, 1,000 Girts, all Oash....8500,000
The lion. THOS. E. BKAMLETTB, late Governor of
Kentucky, has consented to represent the Trus?
t?es In the management or this SECOND GRANO
GIFr CONGER .., and he will personally see that
the money from the sale or Tickets ls deposited
with the Treasurer, that the drawing la fairly con?
ducted, and the gifts justly awarded and promptly
The drawing will take place In public, In full J
view ot the audience, and under tue Immediate
supervision and direction or tne Officers und
Trustees of the Public Library of Kentucky, and
the following named eminent and disinterested
citizens, who have consented to be present and
Bee that all la fairly done :
Hon. M. R. HARDIN, Judge Court Appells Ky.
Hon. J. PROCTOR KNUTT. late M. o. Leb'n OH
Hon. H. W. BR?CK, Judge Ninth Judi.lal Dis.
Gen. t.Ll H. MURRAY, tr. S. Marshal, Dis. Ky.
Hon. T. B. COCHRAN, Chan. Lou. Chan. Court.
Hon. E. D. SANDIFORD, President Farmers' and
Hon. JOHN HARBKE, Manager Royal Insurance
Colonel PHIL, LBS, Oom. Att'y Ninth Judicial
Dr. 0. GRAHAM, founder Graham Cabinet.
Col. JILSON P. JOHNSON, Manager Galt House.
Dr. T. S. BK LI., Prof. Medical University, Louis
Hon. J. G. BAXTER. Mayor Louisville.
Hon. T. L. BORN s rr, City Attorney.
HENRY WOLPORD, Treasurer Louisville.
A. 0. KR ANNIN, Pris. Manufacturers' Bank.
PHILIP JUDGE, of the Louisville Hotel Co.
JAMES BRIDQEPORD, Pres. 2d National Bank.
W. C. D. WHIPS, Proprietor Willard Hotel.
J. C. JOHNSTON, Pres. Traders' Bank.
H. VICTOR NEWCOMB, Arm of Newcomb, Bu?
chanan & Co.
HENRY DEPPEN Pres. German Bank.
ANDREW GRAHAM, Tobacco and Cotton Merchant.
Dr. NORViN GREEN, Pres. L. & C. Short Line R.
R. _ 1
VOL. Ross, Agent Adams Express Company.
THOMAS E. BRAM LETT E,
Agent Public Library of Kentucky,
Public Library Building, Louisville, Ky.
Circulars, giving full particulars, sent on
B. T. DURRETT, President.
W. N. HALDE MAN, vice-President.
JOHN S. CAIN, Secretary.
FARMERS' AND DROVERS' BANK, Treas.
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OOUROIN'S DBPOT, N. E. R. R.. Sept. 10,1871.
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purifies the whole physique. Sold by all drug
This new and elegant addition to the toilet
table ls coming dally Into more general use. A
full supply-different, styles-constantly on hand,
At DR. H. BAER'S Drag Store,
No. 181 Meeting street.
THE "W-AJLiLIS99 TIE.
,h!?adT^ R.^^a^,i rapidly^
ordere. g 8 *eneral aatisiactton the paat season, I am prepared to na all
J. IV. ROBSON,
Nos. 68 East Bay and l and a Atlantic Wharf.
SIMMONS'S HEPATIC COMPOUND, OR LIVER CURE,
FOR ALL DERANGEMENTS OF THK LIVER, SKIS, KIDNEYS, STOMACH AND BOWELS.
This well known preparation ls a great Improvement upon the Original Recipe or A. O SIMMON'S
or Georgi*, the first proprietor of SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR. IUs put up In Sqnla fornT which
saves trouble and which guarantees its proper proportions, and is much lower lo price thani the pre
pared ".simmons's Liver Regular. ? Hundreds or n-Hubie testimonials at ItaSreat value from
among the best citizens or Georgia. Flor.da. North and South Caroda, ara IQ polsffin^o the ?rf
prlerors, and will be given to the public from time to time. ' Possession or the pro
It ls put up In large bottles, ready for lmnieilate nse, and la for sale at Retail by
C. P. PANKSIN,
Mt. H. BAER,
G. W. A IMA R,
and at Wholesale by
G. J. I .URN.
W. A. SK RINK,
EDW. S. BURNHAM,
ECKEL k CO.,
GRAMAN* SC H WACKE,
A. M. COHEN,
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
Drtj ?coos, Ut.
DEY GOODS !
DEY GOODS !
CLOSING-OUT SALE OF
THE BEST STOCK OF DRY GOODS
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES AT
NO. 244 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
PREVIOUS TO REMOVING- TO OUR [NEW STOBE,
ISO. 375 Ii I JV Ci STREET,
BROWNING'S OLD STAND,
All of our Goods on Hand now will be Sold at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
FTJECHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
_NO. 244 KING- STREET?_
J. TST. ROBSON,
HAVING AMPLE MEANS FOR ADVANCES, A BUSINESS EXPERIENCE OP
twenty years, and conaning himself strictly to a Commission Business, without operating
on His own account, respectfully solicits consignments or Cotton, Flour, Corn, Wheat, Ac. Shippers
or produce to him may, at their oprton. have their consignments sold either In Onarleston or New
York, thus having the advantage of two markets without extra commissions, r
References-bishop W. M. Wightman. S. C.; Colonel Wm. Johnson, o narlo tte, N. C.; Rev. T. 0.
summers. I?. D.. Tennessee; Hon. John P. King. Augusta, Ga.; Messrs. G. W. Williams k Co., Charles?
ton, S. C. ; Messrs. Williams, Birnie k Co.. New Turk.
AS the SPKOIAL AGENT FOR THE STATE OF DUPONT'S GUNPOWDER, I will always keep a full
stock or all kind* at Magazine. The long experience or Messrs. Dupont lu the manufacture of Gun?
powder, makes It unnecessary to say moro than that 1 guarantee the quality of every package. Price
aa low as any other Powder in the market. Peraous ordering please name DUPONT.
MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINING COMPANY.
As Agent for the HARTLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINERY OF BALTIMORE, I will keep constantly
on hand a foll assortment or Crushed. Powdered, Oran ni i ted, A White, B. White, 0 Extra, 0 Yel?
low; a BO Amber Drips In barrels, which I ouVr at manufacturers' price-?, freight added. Any change
in price being reported daity by telegraph, thus giving the trade tne advantage or ic
Am also Agent for the celebrated orands of Family Flour manufactured oy Messrs. DAVIS k
EMMONS, or St. Louts, which I can recommend in every respect; put up lu Ninety-eight Pound Bags
and Barrels-BEST AND GOLD DUST, Choice Family, Home Miil Medium Family, Santa Marla Good
Family. Also several or the best Mills in Virginia, Georgia and Tennessee.
Aa Agent for WHITTAKER k SON'S CELEBRATED HAWS. Anderson H.'a Co. Beargrass Hams
Fairbank Peck & Co.'s Caddy Lard. Werk k 00.'- Caudles, samuel ..eonard * hon,Candles, Johnson
A Clements Coru Starch. James Beatty k C??.'s Cmckers.oaKe^ - c., Soaps of all varieties Mackerel t n
utsVn.l nain.ar^rels LudUw Brand orounny dolli. Ruing Twin.'. Ac. &c ; aud os t devote my se lt
exAua veiy to a Commission Business iiu.i ali the roods ar.! received direct iron ractory and neither
RPII nor rniv on mv own account would respecir.iliy nilli no nt ention or thc trade to my racUlttcs
fur doing"?arios*, and tue Inducemenfl niter*] tu purcha-ers. Hiving: an experience or wer
twenty 'years, and having Just erecie.i a large un?! comiuod.ous store lu addition to my others, I am
rudy prepared for business.
ENGLISH SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME,
importe i direct from Llverpool.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, Planters can rely on getting the
same article, and fully up to standard.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
The highly aatlsractory and remarkable erTecta of this Guano In producing very largely Increased
crops of Cotton, Corn and other staple crops, has attracted the general attention of Planters ano
J. TV. ROBSON,
AGENT FOR THE STATE,
JunU-tuths Nos. 1 aud 3 Atlantic Wharf and 68 East Buy, Charleston.
jjigjgg ggJgg^^^tttrt Way*.
By W. T. LEITCH & B. S. BBUHS?
ASSIGNEE'S SALE.-IN THE DIS?
TRICT court of the United States, for tb?
District of Sooth CaroJina-in Bankruptcy.- In
the matter of Robert Mart m, a Bankrupt, ex parte,
D. B. Glllllaod. Assignee.?' ?
By virtue oran order of sale In the above cans?
to me directe J", I will otter for sale, at f nbllc Anc
ilon, to the highest tlddcr on TCESDAY, twenti?
eth (20th) day of August, 1872, at eleven (ll)
o'clock A M., at the foot of Broad street, near tho
Post office, in the City of Charleston, ,.. .
The following REAL E VT ATE Of the above
named Bankrupt, consisting of:
A PLANTATION OK TRACT OF LAND, in Barn?
well county. In this State, containing abont four
thousand acres (4M0,| more or jess, known aa
the "Baldock" Trace, situated fourteen miles
southwest 01 Barnwell Courthouse, on the Burton
Ferry Road, and on the waters of Bently Mortar
and Boggy Gut Branches, on the north touching
lands or E. B. Means, J. J. Carter and estate of
Jessie Miller, deceased, on the east on lands of
Kehn wilson, Bradln wilson. Parker Wilson and
others; on the sooth on lands of W. B. Calhoun
and J. A. Minis, and OD the west by lands or A.
p.. Lawton, ri om which lt ls separated by the
Barnwell Courthouse and Berton Ferry Hoad.
The Port Royal Road passes throngh thu place.
There ls also on the place a Saw and Grist Mill,
with a mill pond. A depot of the Port Royal Rail?
road will probably be erected a short .distanca
from the mUL There ls also on the place a Marl
Bed containing, according to Ratlin's Survey of
South Carolina, about seventy per cent, of lime.
Terms or ? ale-One-half in cash or in approved
acceptances in the City of Charleston, -payadla
with bank ratesof interest on the first day Decem?
ber next; remainder in one year, bearing interest
from the day or sale, at the rate of seven per
cent, per annum, recured by bond of the purchas
er, with a mortgage of the property. Purchaser
to pay me for papers and stamps.
D. B. GILLILAND, Assignee.
Charleston, S. C., Joly 23,1872.
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON,' August If, 1872.
Delegates to the REPUBLICAN STATE CON?
VENTION (which meets In columbia on 2lst in?
stant) can purchase Return Tickets for Ono Full
; F*re, upon presentation of ccrtifltniea from
chairmen of delegations.
Delegates will not be pa-sed back to their homes
upon certificates or chairmen or secretarlos ot
conventions, as heretoiore. ,"-* '_" .
S. B. PIOKENS,
G. T. A., S> C. R. R.
nar Papers in the country please copy.
angi7-3_? ? 1 . .. ? -_
gO?TH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON; Jone 1. 1879,
EXCCRS'ON TICKETS to Greenville, Anderson
and Walhalla have been put on sale TO-DAY, and
will continue on sale nntu lat September.
Good to return until 1st November.
Baggage checked through.
Price to Greenville and Return $17 M.
Price to Anderson and Return $10 70.
Price to Walhalla and Return $13 SO.
Price to Spartanburg and Return $16 80.
Excursion Tickets also on sale to Catoesa
Springs (Da.)-price $24. ? ~ . - :
The above Tickets on sale at the Line street
Depot, and at the Charleston HoteL
S. B. PIOKENS, A. L. TYLER,
junl Q. T. A._vice-President.
gOUTH CAROLINA tk/ ILRQAD.
CHARLESTON, 3. (J., May 19, 1872.
On and after SONDAT, May 10,- the' Passen
ger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad win run
Leave Charleston. MOA X
Arrive at Augusta.4*26 r x
LeaverVnarleaton.8.10 A M
Arrive at Columbia..40ft r x
rou CHARLESTON, "v
Leave Augusta.7.40 A X
Arrive at Charleston.&20 r x
Leave Columbia.7.40 A X
Arrive at Charleston.8.30 PM
AD80BTA NIGHT EXPRES?.
(Sundays excepted.) . . ..
Leave Charleston.. 7.20 T it
Arrive at Augusta.?.00 A ?
Leave Augusta.-.7.40 r X
Arrive at Charleston..... e.46 A X
COLUMBIA NIGHT BXFRB8B.
Leave Charleston. &S0FX
Arrive at columbia. 6.40 AM
Leave Oolumola.e.00 r M
Arrive at, charleston.5.64 A X
BUMMER VIL LS TRAIN. ",' :
Leave Summerville at. 7.28 A X
Arrive at charleston at. 8.4* AM
Leave Charleston at....3.50 t X
Arrive ac summerville at.4.46 r x
CAMDEN BRANCH. .> ;
Leave camden.;.,.,....e.li A X
Arrive at Columbia..,,.,.i.10.40 A X
Leave culumbla.......,,.,,,. 1.46 PM
Arrive at Camden.,"",.0.26 r x
Day and Night Trams connect at Angosta, with.
Macon and Augusta Railroad, Centra)'Railroad
?nd Georgia Railroad. This ls the qnlckeoc and
most direct route and as comfortable And ?neap as
any other route to Louisville, cincinnati. Chicago,
St. Lou ls and all other pointa West ai.d Northwest.
Columbia Night Tram connects with Green nu J
and columbia Railroad; and Day and Night Trains
connect with Charlotte Road.
Through tickets on sale via this route to all
points North. . .
Camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ex?
cept sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
runs through to Colombia. rrtfaU
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. PIOKENS. G. T. A Janis
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM
CHARLESTON, S. C., JU?6 S, 1871
Tra?na will leave Charleston Dally at 10.16 A. M.
and 8.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 0.00 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 3 P. M.
Train does not leave Charleston 8.00 P. M., SUN?
Train leaving io. 16 A. M. makes throe: sh connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acqala
Creek only, going throngh In 44 hours.
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P.M. Train have"
choice of route, ria Richmond and Washington
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY in Bal
timora. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN?
DAY in Wilmington, N. C.
This la the cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant route to cincinnati, Chicago and other points
West and No thwest, both Tra.us m ?iring con?
nections at Washington with Western Trains or
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
8. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent; i
P. L. OLEAPOR, Gen. Ticket Agent. mayal
AV ANN AH AND CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, June 13, 1871
On and after MONDAY, June 17th, the Pas?
senger Trams on this Road will run as follow?:
Leave Charleston dally.3.30 P. M.
Arrive at savannah dally.,,.9.46 P.M.
Leave Savannah dally.lLSOP. M.
Arrive at Charleston daily.::.'...... 7 A*M.
DAY TRAIN. SJ
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 7.40 A. M.
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted. 3.30 p. M.
Leave savannah, Sundays excepted... ll A. M.
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exo'ted. 0.60 P. M.
Passengers from Charleston by 3.80 P. M. crain
make close connection with Port Royal Railroad
for Beaufort, (Sundays excepted.)
Freigut forwarded dallv on throngh bills of lad?
ing to points in Florida and by savannah line or
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
freights for Beaufort and pom ts on Port Royal
Railroad and ai. as low rates as by any other Une.
Tickets on sale at tola office for Beaufort over
Port Royal Railroad. c. s. GADSDEN.
Engineer and Superintendest'
8. 0. BOYLSTOP. Gen'l FW and Ticket Agent.
JJAVE YOUR SHIRTS
MADE TO ORDER IN CHARLESTON,
AT LANGLEY'S.No. 10t KING STREET.
ENCOURAGE HOME LABOR I
READ THE PRICES : >
Linen Shirts, with finest Linen Fronts, only $3?.
Wamsutta L. C. nulsh Linen Fronts and enos,
only $2 60.
Lower grades In proportion.
Linen Urawere from $l 25 to $1
Cotton Drawers from 76c to $i. . n-f,""
Night Shirts. Lluen, $2 76; Night Shirts, Cotton.
ri^' underwear made in the best manner
an^i ^rv mw Drices; abo. stitching and Tuck
mg or al. k.nds,Pdone to order in the neates t s ty le
^?rlffS??? prices that cannot be beat
bTifiSrBS S?. <* a" *?nd?. madetoorder.
?ar Call and examine worfc, and prices*
At LANGLEY'S, Na-lol Klos; sweet,
j a ly 28-1 mo " Kear Clifford street.' .
M" EDICENE CHESTS," _
Physlclane' Saddle Bags
Physicians' Pocket Cases-,. .
For sale by ' DR.:H.BAXsV
No. 131 Meeting atreew