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Aspects of the Pinea.
BY P1CL H. H AYN S.
Tall, sombre, grim, agalns". the morning SK y,
They rise, scarce touche J by inelanch- ly airs
That thrill the fadeless foliage dreamtuliy,
iAs if from realms of mystical despairs.
Tall, sombre, grim, they stand with dusky
Trembling to gold within the woodland's core,
Beneath the gracions noontide's tranquil beams ;
Bat tho weird windi of morning Blgri no more.
A stillness strange, divine. Inerrable,
Broods ronnd and o'er them in tue wind's sur?
While on each tinted copse and shimmering dell
Rests the mate rapture or deep-hearted peace.
Last, sunset comes; the 90lemn M and might
Borne from the we t, when cloudless day de?
Low, flate-Uke bretzes sweep the waves or light.
And lifting dark-green tresses or the vines.
Till every lock Is luminous, gen'ly float,
Fraugnt with Dale odors np the heavens afar,
To faint where Twilight on her virginal throat
Wears for a gem the tremulous vesper star.
THE SARATOGA TOURNAMES!.
A Brilliant Display of Knightly ?kill
-The Successful Contestants, the
Queen and the Maids of Honor-The
The grand tournament at Saratoga of the
Southern cavaliers sojourning at that fashion?
able resort, took place last Wednesday, and
from all acconntB was a brilliant and success?
The tournament is a novelty in the North,
and. the papers of New York and Saratoga
unite In gushing encomiums upon the grace |
and skill displayed by the various equestrians,
although their steeds, being mostly hired from
the Saratoga agriculturists, were not such ani?
mals as to make graceful horsemanship a thing
olease. There were thirty-six kuluhis engaged
In the contest, of which number but one, Mr.
R. 0. Hasses, the Knight of Kent, was from
South Carolina. Some of them wore complete
suits of armor, including helmets, and others
were dressed in med)?val costuma. Alter an
address by the orator of the day, the Bon.
James W. Huested. the knights formed <nto
line, and as the lille of each one was announc?
ed, be rode ont, and pus hi ocr his charger to
full speed, essayed to carry off on the point of
his lance three rings suspended at intervals
over the course, ana about haifa dozen rods
apart This required not only good riding,
but a quick eye and a steady hand. It was
really a good test ol ridimr, and some ot tho
knights displayed capital horsemanship, sev
eral carrying off all the rings at each succ?s- ]
sive trial. All were allowed three trials,
though quite a number declined to ride the
third time, owing to the approaching dark?
ness or the poor quality ot their horses. The j
honors of the tournament were carried off by j
the following gentlemen In the order elven :
R. C. Gwynn, Knight of Washington Oliy; E.
M. Jackson, Knight of Fairfax, Virginia; T.
E. Allen, Knight o? Ontario, Canada; K. Wal- j
lace, Knight of Marlborough, Maryland; J. T.
McGregor, Knight of My Maryland; J. P.
Gwynn, Knight ot Baltimore; W. H. Johnson,
Knight ot Troy, New York.
The tournament ball at the Grand Union
was avery handsome affair, and pa?sed off|
well irom first to last. The coronation of the
queen of love and beauty and her maids of |
honor was the first ceremony. The queen
chosen by the first knighr, Mr. R. C. Gwvnn,
Knight ot "Washington City," was Miss Lily
Washington, of Washington, said to be a ueur
relative of Paler Patrie.
The queen and her maids of honor w?r?
dressed - rather plainly. "Sophi*- Sparkle"
wore the most beautiful dress among ibe cbc
sen seven. It was rose-colored silk, with
white tulle over-dress. The waist was decol
lettee, and her round, white arms were bare.
T?8 queen wore a dark blue Bilk, wilh deep
plaited, flonnoe ot white muslin and white j
muslin over dress, high corsage.
The other maids ot honor were Miss Jenny
Miller, of Brooklyn; Mrs. E. P. 8mlth, of Sara?
toga; Miss Annie Morgan, of New York; Mrs.
E. J. Lewis, of New Orleans, and Miss Mary
Donnington, of New York. After the corona-1
lion the,, knights and ladies descended lrom
the platform and promenaded around the bali
room, and then opened the ball as the knights j
had won their renown-with a "lance, slr."
HOUSES FOR S?XTT FAMILIES.
Generosity of a Wunltby Southerner.
Mrs. Carlton Belt, a wealthy matron ot Lo
copolls, Mississippi, now of the Coleman
House, In New York, has addressed a letter to
Mr. Joseph Strauss, president of the Alsace
Lorraine Society, In which she makes the fol?
lowing offer to a colony cf from four lo five j
I could give homes to sixty families, besides |
a manufacturing colony ot a hundred to sixty
families whose occupation is farming. To each
cottage I would let fifty acres; fifteen to be
rent free, and to be planted In corn, peas, po?
tatoes and other vegetables to sustain their
famtles, the remaining tblity-five acres In cot?
ton-half tb .t is m ad ti io belong to me. It
the season is a good one, the tenant wll real?
ize about two thousand dollars; If bad, he
will not lose, for I will share with him. I
want honest. Industrious people; If they have
not the means to sf.rt themselves, I will lend
it to them. Should J get such a colony as I
desire, I will der, .ie the remainder of my life
to their welfare and prosperty in this new
world. The place ls at the bead of navigation ,
for large vessels up the Yazoo River, half way
between Memphis, Teno., and Vicksburg,
about forty-eight hours by railroad lrom New
Hrs. Belt Is a cousin of the celebrated Mad?
ame Le Vert
JOTTINGS ABOUT THE STATE.
-J. 8. W. Duncan, ot Barnwell, died sud?
denly on Friday.
-On Thursday week, Dr. James R. Verdler
died at his residence, Beaufort, lu the elghtv
thlrd year of his age.
-The Rev. James S. White arrived In Rock
Hill from Americus, Ga., a lew days ago, and
is paying a short visit to his relatives and
-The first span of one hundred and seventy
feet in length ol the Congaree bridge has
been raised on the Columbia side, and is a
most substantial piece of work. It ls believed
the whole bridge will be finished by the mid?
dle of October.
-A correspondent at Hardeevllle reports
everything quiet. The only occurrences dur?
ing the past two weeks are seven cows killed
on the Charleston and Savannah Railroad,
lour trees struck by lightning, a rattlesnake
with fifteen rattles killed, and an old mule
died of cholle. A lively place Indeed!
-A rather hard case occurred in Columbia j
on Friday night, when Carl J. Gunderson, a
soldier of the garrison, alter being relieved
from duty, went lo bis quarters and found
Mrs. Gunderson receiving tho attentions of |
another man. Gunderson thereupon went for
the heathen Chinee very naturally, and kicked
up such a bobbery thar. Saturday morning
Mrs. Barnet Gunderson sued out u peace war?
rant, before Trial Justice Richmond, and had
Mr. G. hound over to k?ep the peace. Im me?
diately thtTeaRer, at ihe suit ot' her husband,
Mrs. G. wa* t-u.r under bond for future good
SAYINGS OF SFURQEOS.
Spurgeon sententiously expressed a number
of thoughts In the following appropriate sen?
tences, which he publishes as "advice gratis:'
No one ls more like an honest man than a
When you sec a man with a great deal of re
ligion displayed in his shop window, you may
depend upon lt he keeps a very emull Btock of
Do not chose your friend by his looks; band
some shoes often pinch the feet.
.Don't believe ihe man that talks the most,
for mewing cats are very seldom mousers.
By no ineaus put yourself in another's
power; If you put your thumb between two
grinders they are apt to bite.
Drink nothing without seeing it; sign noth?
ing without reading it, and mage sure that it
means no more than lt says.
Do not get to law unless you have nothing
io lose; lawyers' houses are built on fools'
Put no dependence on the Jabel of a bag,
And count money after your own kind.
In any business never wade Into water
where you cannot see bottom.
See the sack open before you buy what ls in
nt-for be who trades in the dark asks to be
A victim who adopts the signature ol Domus
sends THE NEWS the followiag touching lines:
?Dear hnshand, lt grieves me to raffle your mind,
Bat I have a report of an unpleasant kind
To commua ?cate now. The cooks tells me, love,
That the smoke pipe requires anew joint above,
And the stove a new bjiler, the water teaks ont.
These tnings must be seen to, my dear, without
Thus, day br day. Jack's wife salutes his ear.
With some new Item of domestic care ;
And though with honeyed words she does her
The lecion wants still grieve her husband's heart.
He sighs, and with a look of anxious care
Exclaims, "How can I thea? exDouses bear,
That cruelly steal away with dally theft.
Mv sj eu der means, .ooo DU have nothing left.
Now lt's a shoe to be patched or hatf-solea.
And now li's a broom or a new jelly-mou d ;
Now lt's a key, or a bolt, or a lock,
And now there ls need or repairs to the clock ;
Now lt's a hoe or a watering-pot,
And now lt's a something to grace the whatnot;
Now lt's a fan, or a 'Harper's Bazaar,'
And now a pet flower demands a new jar ;
Now lt's a sieve, or a wash for the hair,
And now Its amew seat or cine for a chair;
I Now lt's 'Rat Poison,' or else a lamp-shade.
And now lt's a toothbrush, a tub or a spade;
Now lt's a H op or a chimney-sweep's fee,
And now a corkscrew, or perhaps a bed-key.
Now n's furniture varnish, or Kau de Cologne,
And now a wa'ch crystal, or piece of whaleoune;
Now KVJ a saucepan, or banket for Ice,
And now lt s a trap for the troublesome mice ;.
Now it's a funnel, screw-driver or slate,
And now an umbrella, or new stencil plate:
Now lt's whiling, now blacking, now sweet
Now a book, or a sponge, or a fancy bellrope;
Paregoric, or Camphor, or Spirits ?r Nitre
But hold I I do not feel my heart grow lighter
By musing on these ceaseless wants of ur?
That daily rob my scanty purse, good wire.
I'm then rejolved, mv dear, fi cony you
Ana only laugh at all the thievish crew."
THE QUEEN OF SONG.
Gossip About Adelina Patti.
[From the Boston Post.]
It is eleven years since this diva burst upon
the London world with the flash of an artistic
comet, and during that period she has steadily
maintained her place as a fixed star in the
lyric Armament. She has De ver abdicated the
highest place among prima donnas, and holde
it io-day, apparently as securely as ever. She
ls the legitimate successor ol Mallbran ' and
Grist. The other night occurred her annual
benefl', and I could not but mark the contrast
between the reception she bad wheo, lu 1863,
she made ber first appearance on the
boards of Covent Garden, and tbe
splendid ovation abe received in tbe
''Huguenots" rive nights ago. On the
a ago Patti seems as young as she did then,
a lithe, grace!ul figure, with rounded shoulders
and inimitable grace in every motion; black,
gentle eyes, and a splendid wealth ot dark,
flowing hair; Inspiration in her acting, and
purest, richest melody in her voice. She looks
older and sadder when seen m her carriage,
and her features uelray too plainly the ap?
proach ol years and tho added cares of mar?
ried liff. Her history during these years of
perpetual triumph has been a remurkacle one.
In au artistic point ol view. At first she was
ouly equal to tho lighter roles in the ope?
ratic repertoires ; she was matchless as
Zerlina, as Amina, as Lucia, as Norma, and
as Linda; she tailed at first In Leono?
ra, and, alter one or two trials, long aban?
doned Valentina. Gradually, by lue energy
of her nature and her genius, she approached
and conquered the more profound aud difficult
impersonations; and it is enough to say in her
praise, that she, who Is thu first ol Berlina?,
has more than once oulrlvalied miens In
Norma and Lucre zia, and that lhere ls no role
whatever In tbe range ot operatic productions
that she caunot take with ease, and perform
with the most complete success. Patti's bene?
fit performance, wherein she took the beauti?
ful role of Valentina, was perfectly superb. It
was an event In opera, circles ; everybody was
there; and probably no one heard her who did
not wonder at the unflagging brilliancy of her
voice and genius.
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S?PKRrNTBflDBNT'S OFPIOK, - I
CHARLESTON. Hi C.. AUgUit ll, 1872. )
On arni arter tne 16t? InBtant, the following
THROUGH KATES OF. FREIUHT to and from th?
Oheraw and Darllueton Railroad will beau?,p.??,d
by the routes via CHARLESTON and WILMING
New Tori:. 170 140 120 90 70
Philadelphia... 170 140 120 BO 70
Bai imore. leo 130 110 so I 00
From Baltimore, Corn 24 cents per bushel.
From Ballimore. Flour $1 per barrel.
Cotton, to New York, $4 per bale.
Cotton, to Philadelphia. $1 per bale.
Cotton, to Baltimore, $3 &o per bale.
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A. POPE, Gen. Agt. W., 0. and A. R. R.
49" Darlington. Marlboro', chesterdeld and
Wadeaboro' papers copy._augl3-tur2mos
1st I 21 I 3d
Class. Olas?. Class.
4th I 5th
gOUTfl CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, August 10. 1872
Delegates to the RBFUBLIUAN ?TATE OuN
VE.vriON (vhicli meets lu columbia on 21st lo
htant) can purchase Return Tickets for one Full
Fare, npon presen un lou ot certif?cales from
chairmen of deli pal lons.
Delegates will not be pa sed back to tbelr homes
upon cen ideates of chairmen or secretaries
conventions, as heretofore.
S. B. PICK.ENS,
G. T. A., S. c. R. H.
t&- Papers In the country please copy.
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, June 1, 1872.
EXOURS'ON TICKETS io oreen ville. Anderson
and Walhalla have been pur, on sale TO-UAT, and
will commue on sale until ist September.
Good to reium until 1st November.
Baggage checked through.
Price to Greenville and Ketnrn |n 80.
Price to Anderson and Return $ie 70.
Price to Walhalla and Return $19 co.
Price to Sparenburg and Return $15 80.
Excursion Tickets also on sale io Oatoosa
Springs (Ga.)-price $24.
The above Tickets un salo at the Line street
Depot, aud at the charleston Hotel.
S. B. P10EESS. A. L. TYLER,
junl O. T. A._Vice-Prusiuent.
gODTU CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, S. C., May 19, 1872.
On and after SONDAIT, May 19, tne Passen
ger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad will ruo
Leave Charleston. 8.10 A
arrive at Augusta.4.25 r M
Leave Charleston.8.10 A M
Arrive ai columbia.4.U6 p m
Leave Augut-ta.7.40 A U
Arrive at charleston.a.20 p u
Leave Columbia. 7.40 A M
Arrive at cn aries ton.3.20 r M
ADOUSTA MOUT klPKKRS.
Leave. Charleston.7.20 p u
Arrive at Augusta. 0.00 A k
Leavo Augusta.7.40 p it
Arrivo at Charlearon.6.46 A M
COLUMBIA NIGHT IXPUBSa.
Leave Charleston. 8.20 r u
Arrive ut Columbia.e 4u A ?
Ltave columbia.a 60 p M
Arrive ai cn ari es ti m.5 06 A M
Leave Summerville at. 7.26 A H
arrive at charleston at. 8.46 A H
Leave Uharleston at.3.30 PM
Arrivo at summer vide at.4.46 p u
Leave Camden.f .16 A M
arrive ai Col om bia.lo. 411 A M
Leave columbia. 1.46 p M
Arrivo at Camden.0.26 r TA
Day and Night Trains connect at Angosta with
Macon and Augusta Uallroad, Centrai Katlroad
and uenrgla Railroad. This 1B the quickest and
must direct route and as comfortable and cheap as
any 01 her route tu Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago,
st. Louis and all other points West aud North wt si.
Columbia Night Tram connects witn u reen vi. u
and Columbia lia 11 road ; and Day and Night Trains
connect wlih Charlotte Road.
Through tickets on sale via this routo to ali
Camden Train connects at Ringville daPy (ex
cept Snndays) with Day Passenger Train, am'
runs through io Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
8. B. PICKENS. G. T. A._[ania
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM
CHARLESTON, S. C., June 8,1872.
Trains will leave charleston Daily ai 10.15 A. M.
and 8.00 P. M.
Arrive at charleston 6.00 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 3 P. M.
Train does not leavo Charleston 8.00 P. M., SUN
Train leaving 10.16 A. M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acquis
?reek only, going through tn 44 honra.
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P. M. Train have
choice nf route, via Richmond and Washington,
Dr via Portsmouth nnd Bnl?more. Those leaving
KRIUAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY lu Bal
i i i ii ore. Thone leaving on SATURDAY r< malu SUN.
DAY lu Wilmington, N. C.
This la tne elk apear, quickest and most pleas?
ant route to i 1 nenin at I, Chicago und Ottlar pollita
West and No iliwcst, both 1 raina making con?
nection? at Washington with Western Trains of
Baltimore and Ohio Kailroa 1.
?. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLEA PPR. Gen, 'licker. Agent. inay21
AV A NN AH AND CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, Jone 13, 1872.
On and after MONDAY. June nm, tho Pas?
senger Trains ou thia Road will run as follows:
Leave Charleston dally. 8.30 P. M.
Arrive at savannah dally.9.46 P. M.
Leave Savannah dally.11.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston dally. 7 A. M.
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 7.40 A. M
Arrive at savannah, Sun days excepted. 3.30 P.M.
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted... lt A. M.
Arrive ar, charleston, Sundays exe'ted. 6.60 P. M.
Passengers from Charleston by 3.30 P. M. train
make close connection with Port itoyal Railroad
for Beaufort, (Sundays excepted.)
Freight forwarded dally on tnrough billa of lad
lng to points tn Florida and by Savannah Une o.'
steamships to Unstop. Prompt dispatch given tc
freights for Beanfort and points on Port Royal
ttaliroad and ai. as low rains as by any oiler line
Tickets on Bale at thia 0 ill ce for Beaufort over
Port Royal Railroad. U. 8. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent
s. O. BOYUSTO", Geu'l Ft. and Tlckot. Agent.
ju ni 4
(?igars, ttooacro, &t.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE,
No. 310 KINO STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO of all kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examine stock before baying else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. H.-The Wheel bf Fortune constant ly on
hand. Invest 25 cents and try y oar ?uer,
SIMMONS'S HEPATIC COMPOUND, OR LIVER CURE,
FOR ALL DERANGEMENTS OF THE LIVER, SKIN, KIDNEYS, STOMACH AND BOWELS.
?f J^Jrell}nSvn Preparion ls a great Improvement upon the Original Recipe of A. Q. SIMMONS,
*l?J?, g ?,the fl.m PrePrtetor of SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR. It Is put np In liquid form, which
saves trouble and wbicn guarantees Its proper proportions, and ls much lower ia price than the pre?
pared ' simmons's Liver Regulator.? Huadreds of rtllable testimonials of Its great valne, from
among the best citizens of Giorgia. Florida. North and South Carolina, are In possession or the pro?
prietors, and will be given to the public from time to lime.
lt ls pnt up In largo bottles, ready for Immediate use, and Is for sale at Retail by
C. F. PANKNIN.
DB. H. BAEK,
G. W. Alli AK,
and at Whole.-ale by
G. J. LUHN,
O. A. BAKBOT,
W. A. SERINE.
ECKEL A- CU.,
GRAMAN A SCH WACKE,
A. M. COHEN,
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE "WALLIS" TIE.
^Mad^Slthewb<i'twEn8llsn ,r01'- Easily and rapidly adjusted. Having received a fall supply of
these TIES, which have glveu such general satisfaction the past season, I am prepared to nil all
J. JV. ROBSON,
Nos. 08 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Orri ?0000, Ut.
DEY GOODS !
CS- O O I> S !
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 BEHOVING TO OUR NEW STORE,
IVO. 375 STREET,
BROWNING'S OLD STAND,
All of our Goods on Hand now will be Sold at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
FUECHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
_NO. 244 KING STREET.
J. TV. ROBSON,
ITAVIN? AMPLE MEANS FOU ADVANCES, A BUSINESS EXPERIENCE OF
fl twenty years, and confining hlraseir strictly to a Commission Business, without operating
)n uis owu account, rospeutfuHy solicits consignments of Cition, Plodr, Carn, Wheat, Ac. Shippers
>r produce to him may, nt their option, have their consignments soi l ftlther la Charleston or New
iork. thus having tue advantage or two marketa without extra commission H.
Rererencos-rtlshop W. H. Wlghtrnau. S. C.; Colonel Wm. Johnson, Cnarlotte, N. C., Rev. T. O.
iumtnera. D. IL. Tennessee; Hon. John P. King, Augusta, Ga.; Messrs. G. W. Williams A Co., Charles
ion. S. C.; Messrs. Williams, Birnie A Co.. New fork.
As the .SPECIAL AGENT FOR THE STATE OP DUPONT'S GUNPOWDER, I will always keep a foll
Rock or all kinds at Magazine. The long experience of Me-sr-i. Dupont in tho manufacture of Gun?
powder, makes lt unnecessary to say more than that I guarantee the quality or every package. Price
ts low as any other Powder In the market. Persons ordering please name DUPONT.
I MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINING COMPANY.
As Agent for the MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINERY OF BALTIMORE, I will keep constantly
ra haud a full assortment or ornshed. Powdered, Grauulited, A Waite, B. Whir?, ? Extra, 0 Yel?
low; a so Amber Dhus in barrels, which 1 offjr at manufacturers' price-*, fre.ght added. Any ohange
In pi Ice being reported daily by telegraph, thus giving the trade the advantage ot lt
Am also Agent for tho celebrated brands ur Family Mo ir manufactured ny Messrs. DAVH A
EMMONS, or St. Louis, which I can recommend in every respeot; put np In Ninety-eight Pound Rags
and Barrels-BEST AND GOLD DUST, Choice Family, Home Mill Medium Family, Santa Marla Good
Family. Also several or the best Mills In Virginia, Georgia and Tennessee.
AS Agent for WHITTAKER 4 SON'S CELEBRATED HAMS, Anderson H.M Co. Beargraas Hams
Falnwofc, Peck A Co.'s Caddy Lard, Werk A Co.'s Csndles, Samuel oeonard A Son Candles. Johnson
A Clements Corn starch, James Beatty A Co.'s Crnckers.CaKCP, . c., Soaps of nil varieties. Mackerel l n
tits and hair barrels, Lndbw Brand or Gunny cloth, Haling Twlmu Ac, Ac. ; and ss I devote myseir
exelnslvely toa Commission Business and ali the goods are received direct rrom ractory and neither
ee:l nor nuy on my own account would respectrahy dil the nf eotlon or His trade to my racllltica
r?r doing buMoess, and the Inducements uttered tn purchasers. H iving an experience or ovrr
twenty years, and having Just erected a large and coimnod.ous store in addition to my others, I am
Tully prepared ror business.
ENGLISH SUPERPHOSPHATE OP LIME,
I m por ed direct from Llverpool.and guaranteed io contain twenty-rour per cent, or Soluble Phos?
phate ur 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 folly up to standard.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
The highly satisfactory and remarkable effects of this Guano in producing very largely increased
crops or Cotton, Corn and other staple crops, has attracted the general attention or Planters and
J. TV. ROBSON,
AGENT FOR THE STATE,
Junl2-tnth8 Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf and 68 East Bay, Charleston.
fraction gal*?--gftif Pag*
Bj FAUL B. LjUjAHE_? CO.
WILL BB 8?LD THIS . I)AY, BEFORE
our Store, at half-past0 o'clock,
is oozes CHEESE, jost received per Georgia
60 kits Nos. 2 and a Mackerel >7! ,T . '
26 kits Extra Family Salmon..
Conditions casu. ' -":'-? ' ~.u - .. JMg?0
By PAUL B. LALA5TE & CO.
WILL B? SOLD THIS DAY, BEFORE
onr store, No. 176 East Bay, at half-past
? o'clock -
YELLOW BOWLS. Oval Biting Dishes
Yellow M og-. Pitchers and unambeis
White Mugs, Pitchers and Chambers
Goblets, wineglasses, castors
GUss Pitchers. Cream Pitchers
Spoon Bowls, Preservo cisnes. Lamps
Boxes Knife Bricks, Clothes Pms
Boxes Tumblers, Nests Tubs, Ac, Ac.
STEFFENS) WERNER & DUC KEE
TX7TLL SELL THIS DAT, BEFORE
YT their Stores. Vendne Range, at 9 o'clock,
26 tubs BC IT KU . -v , ,
30 boxes Cheese
26 bbls. ?agar
16 boxes N. Y. Strips
200 B. c. Mama
10 h dds. smoked shoulders
il. S. Bides, Bellies and shoulders.
ang2Q_ " ' _
By JOHN G. MHN0R A CO.
SEASONABLE DRY GOODS. ;
THIS DAV, 20th instant, af half-past 10
o'clock, will bo ?old at ? our Salesroom, No. 185
Meeilng street, F entucky Jeans, Fancy Plaid and jg
Black satinets, Brown and Bleached Shirtings,
sinning .?tripes. Denims, Ticks, Wnlte and Gray
Merino, Hickory Shirts, Overalls and Jumpers,
Hemmed Linen Half-Head Handkerchiefs, Tuck
and Frilled Skirts, Colored Cambrics, cotton Um?
brellas, lioop-Skirta, Calicoes, Hosiery and two
cares Boys'.Kelt Hats. Conditions cash, angSO :
By W. Y. LEITCH Sc U.S. BRUJ?S,
ASSIGNEE'S SALE.-IN THE DH
TRIor Court of the United Sutes, for the
District of noaiu Carolina-in Bankruptcy.-In
the matter of Robert Martin,a Bankrupt, ex parte,
D B. carnaud, Assignee.
By virtue of an order of s ale in the above cause
to me directed, I will offer for sale, at rubUCAuc?
tion, to the highest ilddcr THIS DAY, t wen tl
eih (20(b) day of. August, 1872, at eleven (ll)
o'clock A. M., at the foot of Broad street, near the
Pose office, lo the City of Charleston,
The following REAL ESTATE of the above-,
named Bankrupt, conslsilngof:
. A PLANTATION Ott TKACT OF LAND. In Bant- !
well county, in thts State, containing about four
thousand acr?a (two,) more or tess, known as
the "Jaldock" Trace, situated fourteen in lie J
southwest oi Barnwell Courthouse, on the Burton
Kerry '..M.a. and on the wareT of Bently Mortar*
and Boggy Oat Brandies, on trio nortb toncblng
land? of E. B. Means, J. J. Oat i md estate of
Jessie Miller, deceased, on tue e.~t. on landa of
Kelln Wilson, Bradln Wilson, Parker wilson and
others; on trie sooth on lands of W. R. Oalnonn
and J. A. MUns, and on tue west by und/, or A. j
K. Lawton, from which lt ls separated by the -
Barnwell courthouse and Borton Ferry Road.
Toe Pore Royal Road passes through this place.
There ls also on the pi ace a Saw and Grist Mill,
with a min pond, A depot of the Port Roy al Rall - .
road will probably be erected a abort distance
from the min. There ls alio on the.place a Marl ,
Bed containing, according to'Baffin's Survey of"
South Carolina, ahouc seventy per cent, of lime. ; i
Termsof .-aie-Ont-hali in c*sh. or In approved
acceptances lo the City of Charleston, payable
with bank ratea of interest on the fl rsc day Decem?
ber next; remainder in one year, bearing Interest
from the day ot sale, at tho rate of Bcven per
cent. 1 sr annum, recured by bond of the purchas?
er, wttn a mortgage of the property. Purchaser
to pay me fur papera and stamps.'
D. B. GILLIt.AND, Assignee. ..."
Charleston. S. C.. July 23.1872. ... angaQ
Annum %a\tB~~iHinxt Waj??^ (
By W? I* LEITCH * B, S. BR?NS,
Anett oner ri.
TRACT OF PINE LAND ON THE BOE?
DER of Summerville, belonging to th? Ss
ute of Rev. o. P. Gadsden, at Auction.
Will be sold on THUBSuAY. 22d instant, at the
east end of Broad street, at ll o'deck.
The TRACT oF LANI) situated on the borden
of summerville, meismlng and containing 360
acres, and bounden by the property of J. RJlmkea,
H. A. Middleton, J. T. Brown, 0. Yoee, J. L Perry,
and others. ~
. Terms cash. Purchasers to pay ns for papers
and h umps.
A plat of this property can be sees at our office,'
angao_;_?. : .
SJraaB, gLotmuoti, $ft.
Of every Size and Style.
Elastic Stockings, -
Aa, Aa, Ac.
For sale by DR. H. BA ER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
_No. 131 Mee lng nt reel.
A Foll Assortment or the Best
For sale by DR. li. BAER,
_No. 131 Meeunyatreet. ?
This new and elegant addition to the toilet.
table ls coming daily into more general nae. A
full supply-different siyles-constantly on hand;,
At DR. li. BABB'S Drag Store, :
_ No 131 Meeting street.
?SPONGES. " "
j Bath Sponges
Slate Sponge. '
For sale by DR. H. FAE?.
_No. 181 Meeting street.
bicarbonate of Soda
Cream or Tartar
Alcohol, 06 per cont.
Aa, Aa, Aa
At lowest market rates. Br
_DR. H. BAER. No. 131 Meeting street. ?J.
.gXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC.
This preparation \? Jest what many persons
need. They wish no aye, bat only a Hair wain, -
or Hair Dressing-something that will keep the -
bair clean, and at the same time be a p eaiant
hair dressing-not too greasy. The "Excelsior"
meets all these indications, and anould be given
atrial. Fifty cents a bottle; Ave bottles lor two
dollars. A liberal discount to ihe trade.
For sale by the Manufacturer.
_DR. H. BAEK, No. 131 Meeting street.
The real, genniue, imported article, In
different styles, comprising:
Joseph Antoni Farina
Jean Maria Farina
..4711" (Francois Marie Farina.)
Also, a very superior cologne, of my own-man-;
nfacture, put up In all styles.
Give it a trial. '.. DR. H. BAER, ??a
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
_ No. 131 Meeilng street. .
RUSSELL'S SOOTHING CORDIAL 1
This Preparation is highly recommended ,
by many of the leading Physicians of Charleston,
and ls always kept for sale, wnoie-aie and Retail,
y DR. H. BAEK. No. 131 Meeting street. ,.
JUST RECEIVED, A FRESH SUPPLY.. ttl !
A full Hoe of all the most approved Medicines of
this Scnool-In tinctures, powders and pellets; in
ali dilutions and potencies. Also FamUy Medi?
cine Oases, with Sm au's Practice, . .-i.,r, - -.
For sale by DR. H. BAER; '
_ No.181 MeeUaytreet'-"
jy&. BARR'S IMPROVED VEGETABLE
The proprietor, of tm so Pills confidently be?
lieves that he has succeeded, by a tkllfal combi?
nation of vegetable remedies, tn producing a pre- -
pat aiton that will bring health and happlne-s to
the unionuuate sufferer, in the following dis?
eases they have teen used by thousands with
most wonderful success: Bilious Disorders and
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head- .
ache, Costiveness, Lois of Appetite, Nruragla,
Dropsy, Dysentery, Pile1, Diseases of the Skin. ?
Pain in the side. Bacs and Limbe, s-icfc c. ead ache, i
and all derangements of the Stomach.
These Pills may be taken with perfect safety by
persons of any age or sex. No family should bo -
without them. .,
Price 26 cents a box; 5 boxes for one dollar.'' '
The usual dUconnt lo the trade.
Forssi-iby DR. H. BAER,-: >.
ango_No. 131 Meeting street. '~
g Y R I N G_E S.
My assortment of SYRINGES ls unusually larg?. '
I am Agent for the. sale of the FODSTAIM;.-;
SYRINGE, unquestionably ihe rest of all Syringes, .
especially for pelf use. lt ls simple, efficient, eaBy
to manage, and cannot get ont of otdvr. On ewin
last a lifetime. Oar best physich UB recommenrilt..?
I airo have a fall s tock of Mat tann's. Davidson's
and other Bulb Syringes,-ab?o Glass and Hard
Rubber Syrlnjej, and the HYP0DBRMto 8YR,
1NGE. ' " ? - irrr H. BABB, V*t
: Waolesale and Rxitaii Druggist,
No. LU Mooing street, .