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"Slips of a kid skin demy sews.
A scent as through her garden clown.
The tender hue that clorties her dore,
AlLjtheac-and this ls Gerty's glove.
"A glove but lately dont, for look
It keept the happy shape lt took
Warm from her toncb ! What gave the glow ?
And where's the mould that shaped lt so ?
"It clasped the liana, so pure, BO sleek,
Where Gerty re-ts a pensive cheek;
The hand that when the light wind stirs,
Reproves those langhing locks of hers.
"Ton fingers four, you little thumb .'
Were 1 but yon, in days to come,
M clasp, and kiss, and keep her.-Go !
And tell her that I told you so."
CHEERING NEWS FROM THE RIDGE.
The Whiskey War In Greenville-A
successful Ball at the Mansion House
-Ardorof the Conservatives-The Up?
country will Elect Conservative Offi?
[Faon otra OWN OOBBSSPONDBKT.]
GREENVILLE, July 13.
The little "Mountain Cit." is at present a
scene ot bustle and activity rarely witnessed
exe ?pt In much larger places. Hundreds of
visitors are here, intent on business or pleas?
ure, and In walking up Main street abont sun?
set lt is easy to Imagine that the town really
deserves the name of city.
The United States District Court convened
here last Wednesday, and ls largely attended.
Tne business of the term will consist In a
great measure in the trial of cases of illicit
distillation. The persons tried are small farm?
ers from the mountain fortresses, who in
cheating the government out of the tax im
posecrtm whiskey, are troubled with no con?
scientious ec nu ss. Il ls a rule of morals
among these people tbat in evading the rev. .
nue laws uo wroug ls committed, and a dis?
covery by the legal authorities ls classed
among the evils visited upon mankind gene?
rally. They submit w'th stoical firmness to
the punishment inflicted upon them, and
when released begin Immediately a repetition
of the offence. Tne government gains noth?
ing by prosecuting these petty offenders, f0r,
as I have been credibly Informed, while the
expenses of the court amount to twenty thous
t and dollars, the tax cn the whiskey made, if
collected, would not exceed the sum of five
Tne ball alvon at the Mansion House last
Friday right, which ls the first of a series ot
like entertainments, was a brilliant success.
Not only were the numerous guests of the
hotel present, but the entire beauty and
fashion of Greenville graced the occasion.
The spacious dining hall was full to overflow?
ing, and not until warned mat the night was
well nigh spent did the happy dancers retire
to rest. It was pleasant to watch the joyous
lacea, the utter abandonment to pleasure, of
the gay yoong couples as they revelled in the
mazes ol the waliz or tripped through the
figures of the quadrille, AD no place other
than a pleasure resort, where the cares ot lile
are laid aside, can such Intense, unalloyed
pleasure bo realized.
Politics up here are in a most satisfactory
condition. The recent ratification meetings
beld In this place and lu Anderson Indicate
that the Conservatives are a unit tor Greeley.
The negroes are manipulated by local poli?
ticians, by whom they are told tbat the
election o? the Liberal neralnee will be the
death-blow of their freedom. Believing this,
or pretending tc believe ir, they will gene?
rally support the Radical ticket next fall. All
the upper counties, however, in whl"b. there
are white majorities, or In which the otrength
of the parties ls about equal, will elect Con?
servative county officers, aud this success
will result from the confidence and enthusi?
asm which the nomination of Greeley has In?
spired. The Radical success In North Caro?
lina Ipa In no way cooled- the ardor of
the supporters of Greeley, 'i hey insist that lt
was secured through fraud, and ls only anoth?
er reason why Grant should be defeated. L-ist
night the Radicals attempted to have a jolli?
fication over Caldwell's election. Two or
three hundred negroes gathered In the Court?
house, and wer? addressed by one ol the lat?
ter-day saints ol Greenville, but the Insane
yelling, hooting and hissing of the audience
prevented most of them from ascertaining
whether Caldwell 1B a Radical or Democrat.
RADICAL DOINGS IN MARION.
A Small and Disorderly Meeting-The
Incendiary Harangue Ot Senator
[PROM OUR OWN CORRESI'ONOKNT.)
MARION, S. C., August 14.
Last night our quiet and pretty town was
temporarily made a very pandemonium with
the yells of a crowd engaged in an orgie, call?
ed a Grant and Wilson ratification meeting.
Shortly after tea-time a horrible din was beard
from the ranks of the Grantltes, who ap?
proached the public square from the direction
of the fine house belonging to our worthy (?)
senator. Nearer and nearer they came, the
yells becoming louder, the Roman candles
popping more frequently, and the lighted
torches and transparencies more dazzling. At
last tney came near enough for us to see them.
Then we saw why there was such yelling and
such other noise made. The whole thing was
aflaPtu, (lu Gran tish language.) A thin line,
with many boys to fill up, containing, by esti?
mate of experienced parties, about two or
three hundred persons. Transparencies were
seen on poles here and there in the crowd,
and In front stalked a negro clad in white hat
and coat, alter the so-sald manner of our next
President, Mr. Greeley.
When at the Courthouse, they stopped, and
the senatorial equipage discharged its load of
orators. They mounted to the open porch of
- 'hat building, (there being neither judge nor
jury there to make them afraid,) and Mr. Pur?
vis, of Columbia, was introduced. Purvis
spoke well, and there was a tinge ot Conserv?
atism In bia speech. He praised Mr. Greeley
as one of the chielest of the iounders of the
party which Inaugurated aad* lought to a suc?
cessful issue the movement for abolishing
slavery, and which finally made those who
Were lu bondage freemen lu every boose of
the word. He only claimed the Sage had fal?
len in with some exceedingly bad company.
He urged reform In the State as an imperative
After this speech Senator H. E. Hayne rose
and Indulged in a long, rambling and inflam?
matory harangue. Whenever he was at a IO-B
for an idea, he mounted the Ku-Klux hobbv
end rode bim violently. He tried to wax elo?
quent, but tailed to excite any leeliog out in?
dignation and pity. He slandered our citizens
by asserting that the only reason we bad no
Ku-Klux in this county, was because there was
no " man brave enough to lead them !" He
bragged about what he would uave done had
Ku-Klux attempted to harm him. How he
wanted no soldiers, but would have called
some of his gallant boys together and have
used gunpowder and " lightwood !" After
these incendiary remarks, he too proclaimed
the necessity tor reform, and denounced the
doings of the Columbia ring ! He did and
said everything he could dream of which
would antagonize the ra-es, and demanded
that party lines be strictly rtrawn. No vote
must oe given to any but a true and tried Re?
publican ! By the way, in passing be advised
the negroes not to trade their money with the
Jews ! He said the Jews would promise to
vote for their party, and would every time de?
ceive them. In speaking of Greeley, he paid
his hearers the doubtful compliment ot saying
tbey did not know whether Greeley was the
devil or M the Sou of God."
Senator Hayne, In concluding, introduced
one Daniel F. Berry, a bew-fledged Radical,
who Is understood 10 think be would make a
"Berry" good sheriff. Daniel said h's speech
as lt was written. He explained h!i rf mons
for becoming Radical. These reasons are, in
brlei: He was convicted ot' a murderous as?
sault, and sentenced to several months' im?
prisonment or to two hundred dollars fine.
While in jail, William A. Hayne (then or shorf
Iv after a candidate) came to him, talked with
him like a "friend and brother," went to Co?
lumbia, aod, by a Scottish pardoo, returned
him to the bosom of bis family. As Daniel
should of course be grateful for his deliver?
ance, we are only sorry lor him.
The crowd called for William A. Hoyne,
but he excused himself, thereby evidencing
the most level bead" io the crowd.
The speeches over, the bullaballoo 1 . com?
menced and continued to a late hour of the
night Of course it will be called a wonderful
success by the Union, but unfortunately 1 he
facts are against them, and notes of these
facts are In thc hands of many others as well
THE METHODIST DISTRICT CONFER
Proceedings on Friday.
[Prom the Columbia Care?lniaa.]
The conference assembled at nine A. BI.,
Bishop Wightman presiding. A number of
additional delegates look their seats.
The call for reports from the circuits was re?
sumed and responded to by the respective
preachers in charge,? showing a general Im?
provement In the spiritual condition of the
church, large additions to the membership,
and a vigorously working Sunday-school sys?
The hour for piblic worship having been
reached, a sermon was preached by Bishop
Wightman io a large and deeply Interested
The conference reassembled at halt-past
lour P. M., Rev. 8. H. Brown, P. E., presid?
ing, and the session was mainly devoted to
hearing thu remaining reports from tbe
Dr. A. M. Sblpp, president of Wofford Col?
lege, addressed the conference in the interest
of that institution, giving an interesting ac?
count ol the Improving prospects of the col?
lege, Its economical management, and IIB
effective service to the church and State.
Hundreds of yoong men have been educated
here since the war, and a large number have
been educated gratuitously at an expense of
several thousands of dollars to the college.
He also spoke In feeling terms ol the testimo?
nials to the moral tone pervading the institu?
tion and manifested in the after Hie of Hs
Rev. Wm. Marlin, agent of the Washington
street Church, by request ol tho bishop, pre?
sented Home- tacts lu relation to the new
church building, and his agency connected
The conference adjourned at six P. M.
At night, Rev. E. J. Meynardle preached at
Washington street, and Rev. J. S. Shurord at
Thia bodv met at nine A. M. Bishop Wight?
man presiding. Alter appropriate religious
exerciser, the order of tm-ine.-s was taken
up, and the following repot ts submitted:
On education, by Rev. William Marlin.
On ibe Columbia Female College, by Mr.
Thomas J. LaMotte. This report was supple?
mented by an eloquent address from the bis?
hop urging the paramount Importance of cor?
rect female education In the church and the
country, and the special claims of this college
on the citizens of the State.
Report on literature of the church and coun?
try, by J. H. Klnsler, Esq.
On church records, by Rev. J. W. Humbert.
On Finance, by John N. Hook.
On Revivals, by Rev. Manning Brown.
The hour for public worship having arrived,
Bishop Wightman preached lo a large congre?
gation on the subject of roe lull development
of Christian character.
In the afternoon Conference resumed the
hearing of reports.
On Sunday schools, by Rev. J. T. Kilgore.
Bishop Wightman followed the report with a
few eloquent remarks, interspersed with tell?
ing incidents appropriate to the subject.
Report on the Importance of regular and
stated public worship, by Rev. S. H. Browne.
On Missions, by Rev. G. W. Gatlln.
On Church Property, by Mr. R. H. Jennines.
Tne conference then proceeded to select the
place ol meeting for the next conference, and
Bates ville, 3. C., waa selected.
The following delegates to the general con?
ference were elected: John H. Klnsler, K. H.
Jennings, Rev. J. Q Stockman, and Joseph
Lauhon. Alternates, John R. Shuter and G.
The usual resolutions of thanks to the citi?
zens of Columbia for their hospitality, to the
railroads tor tho reduction of fare to delegates,
and to the pastors of the several churches for
the use ol their pulpits kindly tendered to the
conference, were adopted, and the session
then closed. It has been one of great harmony
and labor, and its reBults will be felt and seen
In the increase of religious Interest in all the
THE SEE OF BALTIMORE.
Notblng Positive so Far.
The Ballimore Sun of Saturday says:
As yet no Information has been received by
the Roman Catholic authorities in this city
from Rome as to who bas been or will be ap?
pointed to the vacant Archiepiscopal See of
Ballimore. The telegraphic dispatch received
la this city a lew days ago to the effect that
Archbishop McClosky. of New York, had ad?
vices from Borne that Bishop Elder, of
Natchez, was the appointee, has been pro?
nounced untrue by the former prelate In a
dispatch to the Catholic Mirror of U?s city.
Besides, lt 1B not at all likely that Archbishop
McCloskey, who ls not connected In any man?
ner with this archdiocese, would receive a
notification of the tact previous lo official lo-'
formation having been transmitted to the ap?
pointee himself or to those now conducting
the affairs of this see.
Rumoreare circulating thal Bishop Bayley,
of Newark, was appointed by the Pope to till
the vacancy on the 2lst ot July, and the decree
was signed by Cardinal Baruabo on the 24tb,
and that the bull would be retdy for trans?
mission two weeks later. It ls also rumored
that on the same day the decree, was approved
and signed naming Right Rev. James Gibbon^,
now vicar apostolic of North Carolina, to be
bishop of Richmond, as the successor ot the
late Bishop McGill.
The Catholic clergy In this city and vicinity
all desire the eppointment of Bishop Bayley to
this archiepiscopal see, and think that bis
chances aro much better than any other pre?
late, although Bishop Elder is greatly liked.
JOTTINGS ABOUT THE STATE.
-Dr. Drayton Shell was buried last Friday
with Masonic honors at Laurens ville.
-The Laurenevllle ?era ale-College will re?
sume Its exercises on the 9th of September.
-Mr. Alfred Ewbanks, town marshal of
Unlonville, met with a.painful accident last
Wednesday night In having his arm badly In?
jured by t he crank of a railroad hand-car.
-Hr. J. M. Powell, ot Unlonville, tell last
week from a railroad train at full speed, but
by some rare good fortune escaped without in?
-Mr. Mancil Owlnes, a highly respected
citizen residing near Mount Gallagher, In Lau?
rens County, died on the 1st Instant, at the
advanced age of eighty-two.
-Mr. Samuel Reid, an old and esteemed
resident ot Oconee County, died at his resi?
dence, on Keowee River, on Saturday, the
10! h Instant.
-A number of building operations are in
progress In Unlonvlll \ Mr. Wm. Eller. Cap?
tain Foster and Mr. H. L. Goss are putting up
new Blores, the Masons ure ?'reeling a Mason?
ic hall, and new roots, new piazzas and other
desirable improvements are being made in ell
_A negro named Adar~ White was drowned
last Monday In Wan .ainu the capsizing of
a boat, which was In tow oi the steamer Clara.
The man lived on Mr. John LaBruce's planta?
tion, and never rose or was seen alter the
boat upset, although the steamer remained
near the apot for nearly an hour.
THE PUBLIC FEINTING.
[From the Union Times.]
So dr as we are concerned, we have no hes?
itation in .tating that both Mr. Woodruff and
Mr. Jones peremptorily refused to receive a
fee ol any kind whatever, tor giving us the
laws to publish, or anything else. It is true
we have been compelled to Bell a portion of
our claims against the Slate at a discount of
ti tty per cent., but we neither asked tin* clerks
orthe Legislature to buy it. nor did they In
any way advise or counsel us to the sale or
who would buy the claim. It Is well known
that the praise ora Republican office-holder
by the Democratic press ol the State Is consid?
ered sufficient proof against the Incumbent to
have him removed, consequently when we
find an honest, lair and conscientious Radical
in office-ram avis-we are compelled to say
noihlDg or set to work and abuse him. for
fear of doing him Injury lu the eyes of his
party associates by uny other course.
-A happy youoe bridal parly went down
from Peoria on the P., P. and J. railroad the
other morning. The blushing young bride
thrust her bead out ot the car window as the
train started off, and, after looking around for
a moment or two, suddenly jerked her head
back with a quick exclamation, and buried
lier face In her hands. Her loving, frightened
husband sought to learn the cause of her dis?
may, and offered leeble consolation : "What,
was lt, dat klink ? What frightened it, dear ?
Tell it own hubby ! What makes it cry !"
There wasn't much to cry about to be sure ; on,
no ! Darling bad only dropped a set of glit?
tering front teeth out of the window, that was
all. The sad affair has cast a gloom over the
FLAGS, PAPER BALLOONS, GARDEN LAN?
TERNS, Ac, Ac.
J. E. GRUMBACH A CO.,
ManufactureT, No. 215 Falt?n street,
Catalogues free. New York.
Sturts anb iFnmisrjing ?oo?a.
To Make Room For
OPPOSITE MARKET HALL,
IS NOW CLOSING OUT
HIS UNEQUALLED STOCK OF
i.KMV FURNISHING GOODS,
INCLUDING! THE FAMOUS
CALL AND EXAMINE FOR YOURSELVES !
ti a uranus
CHARLESTON, August 16.1872.
Delegates to ttl o REPOBLI JAN STATE CON?
VENTION (which meetfi In columbia on 2lst in
?ant) can parchase H e. urn llckets for Ono Fall
Fare, upon presentation or certtflcaies from
chairmen or delegations.
Delegates will not be pa? Bed back to their homes
upon certificates of chairmen or secretaries of
conventions, as heretoioro.
S. B. P1CRESS,
G. T. A. , s. c. R. R.
49~ Papers in the country please copy.
JgOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHAKLK8T0N, J une 1, 1872.
EXCURS'ON TICKETS to Greenville, Anderson
and Walhalla have been put on Bale TO-DAY, and
will commue on sale un tu 1st September.
Good to return until lat November.
BaggRge checked through.
Pncn to Greenville and Ketnrn $17 80.
Price io Anderson and Return $16 70.
Price to Walhalla and Return tl? SO.
Price to Spartanburg and Retara $15 30.
Excursion Tickets also on sale to Catoosa
Springs (Qa)-prtco $24.
The above Tickets on sale at the Line street
Depot, and at the Charleston Hotel.
S. B. PIC-LENS, A. L. TYLER,
Joni O. T. A. vice-President.
gOUTLI CAROLINA RAILROAD.
?HAB1.S8TON, S. C., May 1?, 1872.
On and after SUNDAY, May 10, the Passen?
ger Tr&inn on tho South Carolina Railroad will run
Leave Charleston.8.10 A II
Arrive at Augusta.,.4.26 p M
Leave Charleston.8.10 A M
Arrive al Colombia.4.U6 r M
Leave Angufta. 7.40 A II
Arrive at charleston.3.20 r u
Leave Columbia. 7.40 A II
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 p M
ADG?STA NIGHT BXPBKSS.
Leave Charleston.7.20 r u
Arrive at Augusta.?... 6.00 A II
Leave Augusta.7.40 r v
Arrive at Charleston.6.46 A M
COLUMBIA NIGHT BXPKBSB.
Leave Charleston. 8.20 PM
Arrive at Columbia.6.40 A M
Uave Columbia.6.60 p M
Arrive at charleston.6.66 A II
Leave Summerville at. 7.36 A M
Arrive ut charleston at. 8.46 A M
Leave charleston at. aso r M
Arrive, at summerville at. 4.46 P M
C AMD KN BRANCH.
Leave camden.s.16 A M
Arrive at Colamola.10.40 A M
Leave Columbia. 1.46 p M
Arrive at Camden.a.26 P II
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta wi Lb
Macon and Angosta Railroad, Central Railroad
sod Georgia Railroad. This ls the quickest and
most direct route and as comfortable and cheap as
any oi her route to Louisville, cincinnati, chicago,
st. Louis and all other poluta West and Northwest.
Columbia Nignt Train connects with G bovine
and Columbia Railroad; and Day and Night Trains
connect with Charlotte Road.
Through tickets on sale via this routo to all
Camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ex?
cept sundays) w th Day Passenger Train, and
rans through to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
8. B. PIOKENS. G. T. A._jania
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM
CHARLESTON, s. C., June 8,1872.
Trains will leave charleston Dally at io 16 A. M.
and 8.00 P. M.
arrive at Charleston 6.00 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cept?t) and 3 P. M.
Train does nor leave Charleston 8.00 P. M., SON
Train leaving io.tu A. M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acqula
Creek only, going tbrongh in 44 hours.
Passengera leaving by 8.00 P. M. Train have
choice or route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore, those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay over ou SUNDAY in Bal
timora. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SON
DAY in wilmington, N. C.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant route to ciQclnnatl, Chicago and other points
West and No thwest, both Trains making con?
nections at Washington with Western Trains of
Baltimore and Ohio Rail roa i.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
P. L. OLEAPOR, Gen. Ticket Agent. mav21
AV ANN AH AND CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, JUDO 13, 1872.
On and after MONDAY, Jane 17th, the Pas?
senger Tralus on HUH Road will rnn aa follows:
Leave Charleston dally.8-8? ?. ?J.
Arrive at Savannah dally.9.46 P.M.
Leave Savannah dally.11.80 P. M.
Arnve at Charleston dally. 7 A. M.
Leave Charleston, Snndays excepted.. 7.40 A. M
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted. 8.30 P. M.
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted... ll A. M.
Arrive at Charleston. Sundays exe'ted. 0.60 P. M.
Passengers from Charleston by 3.30 P. M. train
make close connection with Port Royal Railroad
for Beaufort, (Sundays excepted.)
Freight forwarded daUy on through billa of lad
lng to points In Florida and by Savannah imo of
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
freights for Beaufort and points on Port Royal
Railroad and ai. as tow rates aa by any other line
Tickets on sale at thia office for Beanfort over
Tort Boyal Railroad. C. S. GADSDEN,
Eaglneer and Superintendent
s. c. BOYLSTOli, oen'l Ft. and Ticket Agent.
?lows, Josten, ???.
KID AND CASTOR GLOVE,
FROM ONE TO 8IX BUTTONS.
Black, White, Light, Mode and Dark. All the new
fancy colors to match the prevailing shades
or Silks and Dress Goods.
For sale, wholesale and retail, br
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
SOLE Af) tc NT FOR THE.UNITED STATES,
IDrnga ano ?leoirit?xs.
QUICK TRANSIT-THE QUESTION
SE I TL KD.-While enriare? and capitalists
ar? laying their heads together fri send ni
through space with bird-like swiftness, lt may rte
as well to state that the QUICKEST POSSIBLE
TRANSIT from a state or debility and despondency ,
to a condition or health and vigor ls secured by
the nae or
Terrant'* Effervescent Seltzer Aperient.
This most refreshing and delightful or thirst
quenching draughts ls a positive specific tor
dyspepsia, feverishness, an overflow or bile, con?
stipation, nervous weakness, a CK headache, and
all disorders or thc digestive, secretive and ex?
cretive organ". . The true article ls procurable at
all drug atores._angl9 12
f BELLOC'S CHARCOAL ^
Approved by the Imperial Academy
of Medicine of Paris
t? ,r" mm
It is especially to its eminently absorbent
properties that Belloc'a Charcoal owes its
great efficacy. !t is specially recommended
for the following affections.
CRAMPS IN THE STOMACH
MADE OP EMPLOYMENT. - Balloo'* Charcoal
is taken before 01- after each meal, in the form
of Powder or Lozenges, in the majority of
cases, its beneficial effects are felt after the first
dose. Detailed instructions accompany each hollie
ol'powder and box or lozenges.
Depjl ilh?, L. FRERE, 19, ree Jacob
Agents in Charleston: DOWIE, 1?OISE A j
DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists. A
VAN DE OS EN'S WORM CONFECTIONS.
(Blade or Pore santonlne )
Pleasant, reliable and effectuai; has stood the
teat or many years.
For salo Wholesale and Retail by
_DR. H. BARK, No. 131 Meeting street.
JgXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC.
mia preparation ls Just what manv persons
need. They wi-h no dye, bntonly a Hair Wash,
or Hair Dressing-Hometnlng that will keep the
hair clean, and at the same time bo a p eaoant
bair dressing-not too greasy. The "Excelsior"
meets all these Indications, and should be given
a trial. Fifty cents a bottle; live bottles lor two
dollars. A liberal dlaconnt to the trade.
For sale by the Manufacturer.
DR. H. BAEK, No. 131 Meeting street,
The real, genuine, Imported article, tn
different styles, comprising:
Joseph Antoni FarDia
Jean Marla Farina
'.4711" (Francois Marie Farina.)
AUo, a very superior Cologne, of my own man?
ufacture, put up In all styles.
Give lt a trial. DR. H. RAER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
No 131 Meeting street.
RUSSELL'S SOOTHING CORDIAL l
This Preparation ls highly recommended
bt many of the leading Physicians or Charleston,
and la always kept forsale. Whole-ale and Retail,
y DR. H. HAFK. No. 131 Meeting street.
JUST RECEIVED, A FRESH SUPPLY.
A full Hoe or alt the most approved Medicines ot
thia School-tn tinctures, powrieT and pellets; lu
ali dilutions ana potencies. Also Family Medi?
cine Cases, with Small's Practice.
For SSle by DR. H. BAER.
No. 131 Meeting -treet.
For sale by DR. H. BAER.
_No. 131 Meeting street.
Of every Size and Style.
Ac, Ac, Ac.
For sale by DR. H. BARR,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
_No. 131 Mee, lng street.
SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
DR. PIERCE'S NASAL DOUCHE
DR. Pl ERC E'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
Deming's Pile Remedy
ut Bing's Via Fugas
Dr. Hors lord's Acid Phosphates
Willer's Oodllver Oil and Lime.
For salo by DR. H. BAER,
_No. 131 Meeting street.
Mcarbonate or Soda
cr earn of Tartar
Alcohol, 96 per cent
Ac, Ac, ic.
At lowest market rates. Bv
_DR. H. BARR. No. in Merging street.
TO PHOTOGRAPHERS !
DR. H. BAKU, No. 131 MEETING STREET.
Keeps ii lull assortment ol Photographers' Chemi?
cals, ns a.HO Pure Alcohol. Acetic Acid, Ac, Ac,
all of which he seih at the lowen prices.
BEEF, WINE AND IRON
BEEF, WINE, IRON AND OINOHONA.
These elegant and excellent stimulating Tunics
are now getting Into general uae, especially In
( asea of delicate females and child'en. They may
bc had of DB, H. BAER,
No. 181 Meeting street
A full stock of Elixirs, and all the other new
Pharmaceutical Preparations alwaya kept on
EXTRACTS FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF,
Comprising a variety or Lubin'a Choicest Odors.
Piesse &, Lubln.
And Chins' Extracta, In great variety.
Soci?t? Hygi?nique OU
For Bale by DR. H. BA BAL.
No. 131 Meeting street.
g Y B I N G E S .
My assortment ol SYRINGES ls unusually large.
I am Agent ror the sale or the FOUNTAIN
SYRINGE, unquestionably i he nest of all Syringe?,
especially for t-eir nae. lt ta simple, efficient, easy
to manage, and cannot get out ot order. One will
last a lifetime. Our best physicians recommend it.
I also have a foll stock or Manson's, Davidson's
and other Bulb Syringes; also Glass and Hard
Rubber Syringes, and tue HYPODERMIC SYR?
INGE. H. BAER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
No. 181 Meeting street.
?Urs <&0rt0* Ut.
I> R, Y OOOI>S !
DEY GOODS ! - DEY GOODS !
CLOSING-OUT SALE OF
THE BEST STOCK OF DRY GOODS
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES AT
NO. 244 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
PREVIOUS TO REMOVING TO QUE ?NEW STOKE,
NO. 375 Til A O STREET,
BROWNING'S OLD STAND,
All of our Goods on Hand now will be Sold at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
_NO. 244 KING STREET._?
KEEP YOUR ?MONEY AT HOME.
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
DEPARTMENT OF SOUTH CAROLINA:
HAY & EA?OOD, General Agents.
JOHN II. SIMONS, Local Agent.
TOTAL ASSETS._$3,613,153 50
TO PA Li LIABILITIES. 3,946,516 05
SURPLUS. 9366,637 45
PURELY MUTUAL. NO STOCK. EARNINGS RETURNED TO POLICY-HOLDERS. POLI?
CIES NON-FORPEI TABLE AFTER TWO ANNUAL PAYMENTS.
EXTRACT FROM THE CHARTER:
SECTION 61. "The net present value or the liabilities of the Company under policies issued to
members or each Department, as Axed by the standard valuation or the Company, SH.-? LL BEIN
E STE? AND KEPI INVESTtiD WITHIN SUCH DEPARTMENT," Which make* lt strictly a
tabing the place or the "Policy-holders'Lire and Tontine Assurance Company or the South," whose
Policy-holders have bocome members of the aaaocUtlOii, aud are entltledlo equal benefits with Ita
The following gentlemen have been selected from among the Trastees of the Policy-holder's Com?
pany and others who hold policies to the amount of $10,000 in the LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
a? Trust?es of this Department :
WILLIAM MCBURNEY", EDWARD McCRADY, Jp?, GEORGE E. BOG GS,
HENRY E. YOUNG, B. H. RUTLEDGE. JOHN R. DUKES,
JOHN B. STEELE. THEODORE G. BARKER, C. IRVINE WALKER,
LEWIS D. MOWRY. WM. K. RYAN, WM. J. MIDLLBTGN,
AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE, T. D. EASON, R. G. CHISOLM,
A. G. MAGRATH, E. N. THURSTON, C. A. CHISOLM,
W. G. WHILDEN, G. W. AlMAR, C. F. PANKNIN,
H. T. PEAKE, W. P. HOLMES, N. A. PRATT,
E. W. MOISE, J. H. WILSON, W. C. BEE,
A. S. JOHNSTON, CHARLES WEBB, C. H. 81M ONTO ti,
JOHN T. DARBY, WM. M. SHANNON, T. H. ZIMMERMAN,
J. B. MOORE, U. B. CUNINGHAM, W. A. CLARK,
J. M. PRUIT, J. L BLACK.
The Department Board, upon whom devolves the general management or the business and In?
vestment or the funds of the Company In the State oi South carolina, are:
WILLIAM MOBUKNKY, President; L. D. MOWRY, Vice Presldent: A. s. JOHNSTON, Treasurer;
0BORGE E. KOQOs, Secretary; <J. H. SIHONTON, Attorney; R. A. KINLOCH, M. U.. Medical Officer;
W. C. BEF, JOHN R. DUKES. W. K. RYAN, W. O. WHILDEN, T. O. BARKER, JAMES H. WILSON,
A. T. SMYTHE, C. IRVINE WALKER, C. F. PANKNIN and O. W. AIM A lt. JnlylB ImWDAOlmo
Doors, Sashes ano illino s
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
FRENCH AND AMERICAN
OFFICE AND SALESROOMS,
No. 20 Hayne street,
FACTORY, HOB LB EC K'S WHARF
(Cigars, Sob aero, ?Pc.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE,
No. 310 KINO STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTO OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TODACCO of all kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examino stock before buying else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. B.-The Wheel of Fortnno constantly on
band. Inveat 26 couta and try your lucn.
JAY COOKE, MCCULLOCH A CO.
No. 41 LOMBARD STREET, LONDON.
FOR TRAVELLERS, AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
JAY COOKE A CO.,
NO. 20 WALL STREET.
.pOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW CATALOGUE, NO.28.
STUDIES IN POETRY AND PHILOSOPHY, BY J.
U. Shalrp, $1 ?O.
Shalrp's calcare and Religion In eome of meir
Lange's New Volume, the Book of Kings, $6.
uean stanley ; History of the cn ure n of Scot?
land, $2 60.
Tho Desert of tho Ezo Ins, Journeyings on Foot
In Uio Wildernehrt of the Forty Years Wan?
derings, un llenasen In connection with the
ordnance Survey of Sinai and the rale? tl ne
Expiration Fund, by H. H. Palmer, sf. A.,
wim ?ans and IlluBtrailons, $3.
Jeana, by Charles F. Deems, numer?os Illustra?
Paul of Tarsus, an Inquiry Into the Times and the
Gospel of the Apostles of the Genti.es, $160.
George u. Woods, M. H., LL. D. Historical and
biographical Memoirs, Essays, Ac, $6.
Women Helpers In the Church; their Sayings and
Doings. Edited by William Welsh, (1 60.
Robert and Willum Chamber* ; Memoirs and
Autobiographical Reminiscences, $1 60.
The Autobiography or stepuen Collins, M. D" $1.
Annual Record of Sclenoe and industry forl87L
Edited by Spencer & Baird, 12.
The Newspaper Press of Charleston, embracing a
period oi 140 years, by Wm. L. King, $2.
Astronomy and Geology compared, by Lord
The Student's own ?peaker, a Manual or Deci?
mation and oratory, by Paul Reeves, $1 26.
shakespeare, edited, with notes, by Win. J. Rolfe,
A. M. Tho first four parts of this unique edi?
tion or Shakespeare, comprising Mercnant or
Veulce, The Tempest, Henry Till, and J a)lus
Cowar, bound in one handsome Volume, with
Hinan attona, $8.
Aldlno Edition of the Poets, to be completed in
tl I ty-two Volumes, at 76 cents.
Merry Maple Laves, or a Summer In the Country,
by Abner Perk, Humorous Illustrations, $2.
THE LATEST NOVELS.
LORD KI LG OB DIN, by Ohas. Lever, cloth SI 60,
paper $1. Actl's Tryst, paper 78c A Miller's
Story of the War, or the Plebiscite, by one of
the7,600,000 who voted Yes, (from the Frenen
of Erckmnnn-Chairlan,) cloth $1 25.paper 76c
A crown tor the Spear, paper 76c Baffled
Schemes, paper 75c The Cancelled Will, by
Miss Eliza A. Dupey, paper $160. Eleonore,
from German or E. Von Rothenpela, by F.
Elizabeth Bennett, cloth $1 26. Her Lord
and Master, by Florence Mar ry att, paper 60c
G nf, a Story or Austrian J ire, by ll. I,. Far
peon, paper 40c. Petronel, by Florence Mar?
ryat!, paper 60c. A Bridge or Giaas, by F. W.
Robinson, paper 60c. Man led Against Rea?
son, by lura. A. Shelton Mackenzie, paper 6<ic.
Albert Lnnei, by Lord Brougham, paper 76c.
veronique, by Florence Marryat!, paper 76c.
Poor Misa Finch, by Wilkie Collins, paper 60c.
A Siren, by T. Ado.pbus Trollope.
Music and Morah?, hy Rev. H. B, Hawere, IL A,
$176. Seven Montas' Run Up and Down
and Around the World, by James Brooks,
$175. Titree centuries of Modsrn llistory,
by Charles Duke Yonge, $2. Ganot's Natural
Philosophy for general readers and yoong
persons, translated with the author's sanc?
tion, by E. Atkinson, $3.
*3- Persons residing tn toe country will please
bear in mind that by .-.ending their orders io ns for
any Books punilshed In America, they will be
charged only the price or tne Book. We pay ror
die postage or express. Address
FOG ARTI E'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 280 King street, (in the Bend,)
apr03-f nr.hu Charleston. H. O
-piTY THE TENDER BABE !
Give lt nut thc deadly compound known as
Soothing Syrup. A certain popular article of this
name has launched thousands of helpless Inno?
cents imo au early grave This haa been proven
repeatedly, and beyond the shadow of a doubt,
for which reaaon Ula condemned by the majority
Seeing the necessity for an article of this sort,
entirely free from oplati s, and other injurious
drugs, Dr. Baer has pot up Hie
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL
for thc use of Infants Teething, and for children
sudsing from diarrhoea, dysenteiy, Ac This
may be given with perfect confldeuce, and Is ap?
proved by every physician who has examined the
formula. Price 25 cents per bottle; Uve bottles
Usual Discount to the Trade.
Manufactured and for sale by
DB. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street. Charleston.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS WATER, from the
Celebrated Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs
For sale by DB. H. BaER,
No. 181 Meeting street.
Bj J. DRAYTON FORD.
SECURITIES AT AUCTION.
Will be sold at (be east end of Broad Btreet,
I THIS DAY, the 19th Instant, at ll o'clock A, M.,
64 Shares BANK OF CHARLESTON STOCK,
One Sooth Carolina Rattrcad Company seven
Per Ceut. Bond._ . . angie
By WM. McKAT.
CASES OP DRY GOODS, SUITABLE
for City and Country Trade, received per
steamships Manhattan und Georgia direct from
manufactaiers, contUilng in part 01: PRINTS,
Shirtings. Satluets. Casalmeres. Tweeds, Kerseys,
All Woolaod Cotton Fannel?, Ready MHde Cloth?
ing-, Shirts and Drawer*. Large Une of Hosiery.
Hats, Gloves, Notions, Ac.
wm be sold, the ab ,ve, TRIS DAY, at 10 o'clock,
afr No. 45 Wentworth street, aogl9
Slsrt?m Bair a-S ninre dapa.
BywTrT LEITCH & R. S. BRUIS,
ASSIGNEE'S SALE.-IN THE DIS?
TRICT Court of the United States, for the
District of Sonth Carolina-In Bankruptcy.-In
the matter of Robert Martio,a Bankropt,ex parte,
D. B. Glllliand, Assignee.
By virtue of an order of sale in the above cania
to me directed, I will offer for sale, at Public Auc?
tion, to toe highest bidder on TUESDAY, twenti?
eth (20th) day of August, 1872, at eleven ai)
o'clock A. if., at the foot of Broad street, near the
Post office, lo the City of Charleston,
The following REAL EaTATE of the above,
named Bankrupt, consisting c.". -
A PLANTATION OR TB ACT OF LAND. In Barn?
well county, in thia State, containing about four
tnousand acres (4two,) more or lesa, known aa
the "Baldock" Tract, skoaled fourteen miles
southwest OL Barnwell courthouse, on the Borton
Ferry Road, and on the waters of Bently Mortar
and Boggy ont Branches, on the north touching
.'ands or E. B. Means, J. J. Carter and estate of
Jessie MiUer, deceased, on the east on lands of
Keim Wilson, Bradla Wilson. Parker wilson and
others: on the sonth on landa of w. B. Calhoun
and J. A. Mirri'', ard on the west by lands of A.
P~ lawton, from wh.'tn lt la separated by toe
, Barnwell courthouse au? Borton Ferry Road,
Tue Port Royal Road passes .'Hough thw piace.
1 Trw re ls also on the place a Saw' wd ,0rti5!fHr
with a mill pond. A depot of the Pow PSSitHfc
road will probably be erected ? short
from the mill. There ls also on the place a **5
Bed containing, according to Katun's Survey v.
South Carolina, about seventy per cent, of lime.
I Term-) of ale-One-half In cash or in approved'
acceptances In the City of Charleston, payable
With bank rates of interest on the first day Decem?
ber next; remainder In one year, bearing Interest
ri nm the day or sale, at the rate of seven per
cent, per annum, recored by bond of the purchas?
er, with a mortgage of the property. Purchaser
to pay me for papers and stamps.
D. B. GILLI LAND, Assignee.
Charleston, S. 0., July 23,1872. . , v.
?rant) fJri;c Distribu?.on.
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
IN AID OF THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY,
AT LOUISVILLE, KT.
By authority in the act of the Legislature incor?
porating the PDBLIO LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY,
the Trustees will give their
SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT
In the great Hall of the Public Library Building,
In Lout,ville. Ky , on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1872.
101 ,000 TICKETS OP ADMISSION
will he issued at $10 each; half tickets, $6; quar?
ter tickets, $2 60; ll whole tickets for $ioo; 28
ror $?66; 66 for $600; 118 for $1000; 286 for $2600;
676 for $6000. No discount on less than $100
worth of tickets at a time.
$500,000 in Currency
will be giren to the holders of tickets by distri?
bution by lot of UNE THOUSAND GIFTS, ai
LIST OF GIFTS.
One Grand Gift, Caan.$100,000
One Grand Gift, Cash. 50,000
1. 15,000 ??
1. 10,0i0 44
1. 9,000 44
1. 8,000 .?
1. 7,000 "
1. 6,000 **
1. 5,000 "
1.- 4,000 ??
1. 3,000 ?
\ Glfti of $2.Ono cacti ... 8,000 "
15 " 1,000 ". 15,000 44
?0 44 00? **. 18,000 . ?*
?1 " 800 ". 16,800 "
35 " 700 ". 17,500 ?'
35 " 600 *. ?1,00? ?
45 44 500 ?. ??,500 "
50 .> 400 44. 20.OOO ?. q
60 44 3UO 44. 18,000 44 r,
100 ?00 44. ?0,000 -
61? 44 100 44. 61,200 44
Total, 1,000 Cats, all Cash....$3500,000
The Hon. THOB. E. BBAMLRTM, late Governor of
Kentucky, bas consented to represent the Trus?
tees In the management or this SECOND GRAND
GIFT CONCERT, and he will personally see that
the money from the sale of Tickets la deposited
with the Treasurer, that the drawing ts fairly con?
ducted, and the gifts justly awarded and promptly
The drawing will take place In public, In fni
view or the audience, and under tho Immediate
supervision and direction of tue Officers and
Trustera of the Publio Library of Kentncky, md
the tallowing named eminent and disinterested
citizens, who have consented tobe present and
see that all ls fairly done :
Hon. M. R. HARDIN, Judge Oonrt Appeals, Ky.
Hon. J. PROCTOR KNOTT, late u. c. Leb'n Dis.
Hon. H. W. BROOK, Judge Ninth Judicial Dis.,
Cen. KU H. MORRAT, D. S. Marshal, Dis. Ky.
Hon. T. B. COCHRAN, Chan. Lon. Chan. Court.
Hon. E. D. t-TANOiFORD, President Farmers' and
Drovers'Bank. ;. " .-.
Hon. JOHN BARBER, Manager Royal, Insurance
colonel PHIL. LBS, Oom. Att'y Ninth Judicial.
Dr. 0. GRAHAM, rounder Graham Cabinet.
CoL JILSON P. JOHNSON, Manager Galt Boase.
Dr. T. S. BELL, Fror. Medical University, Loots
Hon. J. G. BAXTER, Mayor Louisville.
Hon. T. L. BURNETT, City Attorney.
HENRY WOLFORD, Treasurer Louisville.
A. O. BRANNIN, PTfS. Manufacturers' Bank.
PHILIP J UDUK, of the Louisville Hotel Co.
JAHBS BRIDOEPORD, Pres. 2d National Bank.
W. C. D. WHIPS, Proprietor Willard ll o ?el.
J. C. JOHNSTON, Pres. Traders' Bank.
H. VICTOR NKWCOMB, II rm of Newcomb, Bu?
chanan A Co.
ORNBY DKPFBN Pres. German Bank.
ANDREW GRAHAM, Tobacco and Cotton Merchant,
Dr. NOR VIN GREEN, Pres. L. A C. o hort Line R.
VOL. ROSS, Agent Adams Express Company..
THOMAS E. BRAM LETTE?
Agent Pabilo Library of Kentucky,
Pobuc Library Banding, Louisville, Ky.
49? CL culara, giving fall particulars, sent on
R. T. DURRF.TT, President.
W. N. HALDE MAN, vice-President.
JOHN S. CAIN, Secretary.
FARMERS' AND DROVERS' BANK, Treas.
jniyi8-ws8d*eow4 . ,. -
Sima?, dimit?is, Ut.
A Fall Assortment of the Beat
Too< h Brushes
For sale by DB. H. B AER,
_No. 131 Meeting street.
- This new and elegant addition to i he toilet
table ls coming dally into more general ase. A
full supply-different sty les-constantly on band,
- AI DB. H. BAER'S Drag Store,
er?_No. 131 Meeting street.
JJR. BAER'S IMPROVED VEGETABLE
The proprietor of these Pills confider tly be?
lieves that he has succ-eded, by a skilful combi?
nation of vegetable remedies, In producing a.pre
pat atlon that will bring health and nap pine? s to
the unfortunate snflerer. In the following, dis j
eases they have teen used by thousand- .with,
moat wonderful success : Bilious Disorders and
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Head?
ache. Costiveness LOM of Appetite, Nmr?gla,
Dropsy, Dysentery, Pile1, Diseases of the Skin,
Pain in the Side, Baot and Limbs, ?-iac Leadaehe,
and all derangements of the Stomach. ,t.< crain ?
These Pills may be taken with perfect safety by
persons ol any age or sex. No family should be
without them.- .. -s;?i W V'Mitrc: . . 'j-ou.
Price 25 cents a bo_ : 6 boxes for one. dollar?
The asnal dlicount to the trade. '
For sale by DR. JH. BAER?>
ango Na 181 Mee tin g street,