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How long wilt thou the moe;: remain
or ti warra who leave nee thus behind ?
Or can heroic mould con ala
-n lesser soul than pigmy-Und ?
Wilt thoa have lived through manho d's prime.
Yet not have known what living mean .?
In the grand battle or thy time
?>vo blow have struck, no aid have lent ?
Thon Bittest nerveless In the dust.
Unmindful of the glorious fray:
Neglected tn I heir scabbard rust
The weapons that >? ?onid cut thy way.
Of thine own untried strength afraid,
Nor daring to be wholly great,
Tnon orierest, for thine idle blade,
The coward's facile plea or .'ate.
Fatal What ls fate? Weat chance that holds
Distrustful purpose in its bands:
A spider's weo, whose flimsy folds
' Are spun about a giant's hands I
Wouldst thou bat once essay the might,
Tue godlike stature giveu thee.
Swirt as a strong flame to Its height
Thou shouldst leap up erect and free.
But fear the rate thyself may make I
For custom's quicksand yet can drown,
And thine own powers, ungoverned, take
BeteUloua force to drag thee down.
Bethink thee that the giant's weight
Sinks lower tnan the pigmy can;
And tremble, lest heroic state
Dwindle to something less tnan man i
[Scribner's for September.
NOTES FROX SPARTANBORG.
Ty g er River Baptist Association-Col.
Aiken's Agricultural mission-Chero?
[FROM OOB OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
SPARTANBURO, S. C., August 19.
The Tyger River Bapiist Association con?
vened at Bolling Spring Church, eight miles
north of Spartanbnrg, on Friday, the ICth in?
stant, Rev. II. Broadus as moderator, aud ad?
Crenel D. Wyatt Aiken delivered ao agri?
cultural address of about two hours. In our
couraMbse, to-day, and his wholesome truths
will be remembered by many ot the farmers
that were present, and, doub'less, to good
effect. After bis address he established a
grauge, commencing with some eighteen or
twenty of our moBt respectable citizens. On
to-morrow be will deliver an address at Gen?
eral J. W. Miller's, about ten miles weat of the
courthouse, and where he expects to establish
The Cherokee Springs, eight miles north,
? has been disposed of by Rev. lt. C. Oliver to
Captain Black, of Columbia. These springs
are Increasing in popularity, and this summer,
under the ctrtrge. ot Messrs. Clayton, of the
Central Hotel of Columbia, has been well pa?
tronized. _v _MARSH.
Tbe Conservative County Convention
Admirable Character of the Ticket
Nominated-Ex-Governor Perry again
[FBOH OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
GREENVILLE, August 19
The Conservatives of this county met in
convention to-day, and nominated the follow?
ing county officers, which is equivalent to their
For Senate, Hon. B. F. Perry: House of Re?
pr?sentatives, J. P. Moore, S. rt. Crittenden,
James H. McCullough, John H. Goodwin; sher?
iff, J. L. Southern; clerk of the court, W. A.
McDaniel; judge of probate, Samuel J. Donthit;
coroner, W. H. Goodlett; school commission?
er. James Tavlor; county commissioners, W.
C. Goodwia, W. J. West, A. B. McDavid; soli?
citor Eighth Judicial Circuit. W. H. Perry.
The convention was remarkable for the
character and influence of its members, all of
whom are representative men la their several
localities. A true patriotism, which was mani?
fest throughout the entire proceedings, effect?
ually excluded the Intrigues of politicians and
raarjerall consid?rations powerless but that
which had in view the good of the country.
The ticket nominated fully evinces the wisdom
of the convention. A Btronger one could not
have been placed in the field. The patriot,
Governor Perry, who bas already grown gray
in,the service of his country, yielded ouce
more to the wishes ol tbe people, and will
represent '.hom - in tb? Slate Senate, rightly
believing that every man should take part In
the redemption of the State, however disa?
greeable the duly. BOZINA.
Tho Sarcenet Oaths or the Girl ot the
The use of slang words and phrases In Eng?
land is not confined to any particular class, but
prevails from the highest and best educated to
the lowest. Each class has Its particular
slang vocabulary, and lt bas been said that
the slang a man uses ls an Infallible guide to
the class of society to which he belongs. Pro?
fessional slang, the slang ot the college, the
stable or the drawing-room are each distinct
and separate. The latter ladies as well as
men constantly use. In speaking of drawing
room slang, the Saturday Review says:
A great deal might be, and ought to be, said
In reproof of the coarseness of speech that ac?
companies our Increasing looseness of man?
ners., Men-ri o not, lt is true, swear BO volubly
as the Mohawks and Squire Westerns ot the
last century, - though their reticence hardly
comes of Increased reverence; but women no
i longer confine themselves lo such ''sarcenet
oaths" as .fell from the Hps of the Reynolds
. and Galnborough divinities. They assert their
"advanced" position by Utile ventures Toto
tho-region of blasphemy, and increased pro?
fanity in the use ot sacred names, as may be
seen In certain pictures of life by female hands
of undoubted accuracy. Our manners are at
the beat bul of superficial polish, and are very
ready to relapse into bull-dog barbarism; and
here are our ladles, the core and reserve of
oar civilizing forces, breaking out into strange
oaths, or, not having originality enough for
that, adopting the -usea-up expletives of
roughs and rowdies. Yet, starting as her pro?
fanity may be, we doubt whether the his?
torical young lady of Folkestone Is io
the long run as ' mischievous as the
langulahing fair who cannot be "fetched
by auch awful chalk," as, tor Instance, a vil?
lage sermon-who finds domestic life a "one
horse" affair-wnose "relieving officer muds
the business," lt he advises certain reforms
in her "awful jolly" style-who requires as
restoratives to her over-wrought nerves
"thunder and llgbtains" or "shandy gaff,"
though that la when absorbed, "simply skit
less," yon know, not half such a drink as a
brandy and soda-who can put you on several
"morals" In the way ot "gees" and "chasers,"
tell the point o? her "quad" and the history of
the chief "pretty horsebreakers," but "can't
execute a large order" In the way ot virtues
esteemed by those fogies and "howling
bores," her grandfathers. But the slang dic?
tionary la becoming ao voluminous that we
cannot pretend even to give an Idea ot its
various dialects, ranging, us they do, from
the ribaldry of the Kentish hopper to the
drawled Jargon of the Goodwood and Hur
llngham. There are as many cants as there
ar? coteries, and each variety ol "girls of the
period" has Its own eccentricity ol speech.
Never was there such havoc in language.
SARATOGA'S GRAND HOTBI-It is said that
A. T. Stewart, the owner ot the Grand Union
Hotel at Saratoga, ls negotiating for the prop?
erty adjoining tne hotel on Washington, Con?
gress and Federal streets, tor the purpose ot
extending this the now largest hotel in the
world. The hotel aud groundB cover about
seven acres, and the extension will make it
elgbt acres. Some idea may be formed ot the
immensity of this house from the lol lo wing
statistics: Length ot piazza, one mlle; halls,
two miles; carpeting, twelve acres; marble
tilings, one acre; number of rooms, eight hun?
dred aod twenty-four; doors, one thousand
four-hundred and seventy-four; windows, one
thousand eight hundred and ninety-one. The
dining-room is two hundred and fifty by
fifty-three leef, and twenty leet high, aud will
accommodate at one time twelve hundred
persons. _ _
A CANNON THAT WILL THROW A FIVE-TON
BALL.-A new idea for heavy ordnance is pro?
posed by Bessemere, the Inventor of the cheap
process ot making steel. Instead ol setting
fire to all the powder in his gun at once, he
divides bis charge Into different cells and ex?
plodes them successively, all going off before
i he ball leaves the gun, and each giving it a
new impulse. He wants now to make a can?
non twenty yards long, with, a bore of thirty
inches, and walls eight Inches thick, and wltu
tbis fie will fire a shell weighing five tons.
Such a projectile striking any existing lron
?H?d ship In the hull, near the water-line,
would sink her at the first pop. and would se?
riously damage our strongest fortlficatlooa.
"ZA GRANDE NATION."
How Germany View? Ihe French Loan.
r From the Pall Mall Gaze: te.]
Although German; is more interested in the
success of the French loan than any other na?
tion, France Itself excepted, the gratification
felt in political circles in Berlin bas been tem?
pered with grave concern. Of course, lt ls
satisfactory to the Germans that they are
sure of their money, and certain, therefore,
of the fulfllmeut ot the terms of the late
treaty; and as they have reserved the option
of deciding as to the bow and when of the ac?
ceptance of a financial for a territorial guar?
antee, they are not bound to evacuate the de?
partment of Meurthe-et-Moselle and Belfort
'even when France ls ready to pay the rest o?
the Indemnity. Nevertheless, the tone ot the
German press, and the echoes from the capi?
tal, prove the existence or very mixed feelings.
The French press, perhaps naturally, attri?
butes this to Jealousy and spite. Needy and
greedy Prussia, which was unable a lew
months ago to float a small loan, is envious ot
the confidence which Europe reposes In "La
Grande Nailon." Ii may -be the case that the
Germans are not above such small sentiments,
bat there is a more serious side io their dis
satistactlon so taras lt is real, lt ihe subscrip?
tions to the loan had been confined to France
we do not lau cy that Berlin politicians wonld
have cared greatly though lt had been cover?
ed twelve tiraespver. But the vast propor?
tions of Hie foreign subscriptions introduce a
political element into the matter. Germany
has no wish that it should seem as if the ver?
dict of Europe wire In favor ol France os
against the Fatherland. Now although no
one else may interpret the success of the loan
in that light, it is every way probable that the
French themselves will. It will not be diffi?
cult to persuade them that Europe not only
sympathizes with Ibera In their mislortunes,
but that It has united to give them the means
ot regaining their old ascendancy. Thus the
cry of "Revanche" may be encouraged by an
operation which ought to pe viewed as a
purely financial transaction, for we may be
sure lhat European capitalists who have sub?
scribed so largely had no intention or helping
France lo reconquer Alsace and Lor?
raine. Il is the tear that such results may
I tm produced on the volatile und enthusiastic
Gaul which for the most part explains what?
ever uneasiness is felt In Berlin. When the
National Gazette says "the French loan la the
greatest humbug that has ever been seen,"
more paltry feelings may be at work; but
these are chiefly confined to the press.
Prince Bismarck, we may be certain, la' only
anxious In ri fard to the effects ot the won?
derful success of the loan upon the French
people. And with his accustomed astuteness
tho German chancellor ls already using means
to counteract Its Influence In this direction.
The meeting of ihe three emperors In Berlin
next month may be due lo ibe Initiative of
Count Andrassy, but what was at first careful?
ly described In anticipation as a mere visit of
courtesy, with no political character, is being
now mugnifled by the German press ln<o a
matter 01 Immediate and very grave political
importance, indeed, the organs of the chan?
cellor plainly insinuate th il the interview of
the throe emperors is designed lo counteract
the effects ot the loan upon the too-exultant
Frenen. Tno political character of the meet?
ing In indicated by the announcement lhat, In
addition io ihe ' emperors, Prince Bismarck
and Count Andras-y. and latterly, lt is said.
I'rtnce Goriscbakoff, will also be present.
A MADDENED BEHEMOTH.
Frightful Scene In a Menagerie-A Rhi?
noceros Break? from the Ring
Knocking Down the Seats anil the
Blcuagerle Tent-Two Men Killed and
[From the Chicago Times ]
BLOOMINGTON, III., August 13.
Immediately alter the ulternoon entertain?
ment ot Warner & Co.'s shows, which exhi?
bited lu the Towu of Red Bud., lil., on Satur?
day, August 10, a scene not pictured upon ihe
. bulletin boards or laid down lu the programme
occurred. For sometime past an effort baa
been made to Introduce the big GOOO-pound
rhinoceros Into the ring, and perform him in
the circus department as an additional feature
to their elegant ?renle en tenait) men'. Some
d ij s previous they succeeded In fastening a
ring luto the brine's nose which is spoken of
In that useful ancient history as the "animal
lhat drloacth up a river," An., by which a
light wire cord or cable could be attached,
and it was expected that the movements ol
Ihe "Behemoth or unicorn of Holy Writ,"
might be governed and educated up to the pro?
per standard and taught to* do "anything to
beat Grant." Now lt seemed that this waa not
a Greeley rhinoceros, and he did not take well
to the new departure when he was led lorth
Into the arena from his huge den, although at
first submitting quietly, which caused manager
Warner to chuckle over what he thought
would be an easy victory. Two wire ropes
were fastened, to the ring in Mr. Rhinoceros's
nose, and twenty-four stalwart can vas men and
drivers to each cord was deemed sufficient io
fully control ihe bruie and bold him steady.
They, however, had reckoned without their
host, and Ihe moment he reached the saw?
dust arena he threw up his snout and stopped,
evidently making up his mind, like George
Francis Train, io "smash rings and break
things" generally and particularly. One
grout, and he started, plunging and lung?
ing this way' and that way, until the
earth fairly shook under bis fuer, con?
vincing the neighborhood sceptics that ihe
anticipated. aud much-dreaded comet had
arrived forty-eight hours In advance
of the advertised lime. The bystanders, of
which there were many, becoming alarmed,
hurried to the topmost of the seats, expecting
to be safe from the animals fury, little imagin?
ing that this., monster-with one lunge of his
ponderous body could topple over the tower?
ing seats Which' looked so strong and secure.
The'men shouted and yelled at him, which
on|y seemed to increase the excited brute's
madness, alann tho balance of tue animals,
birds and monkeys, until lhere arose such a
dla of howls, screams and ch at teri uga that
one would suppose that the entire menagerie
had been let loose. Even the big elephant
Empress sounded her trumpet, and curled
ber trunk over ber head, evidently preparing
lor the approaching conflict. The rhinoceros
finally escaped, the ring tearing out from his
nose, and he rushed forward, conquer?
ing and lo conquer. As he broke
away he tramped on John Gillen, a canvas
mau. crushing his breast In and killing him
Instantly, ibeu run his snout or nose against
Martin Ready, another canvasmao, sinking
him In the stomach, ripping his entire intes?
tines out, and killing him almost instantly;
then moving In the direction ot the seats be
succeeded In knocking dowu thirteen lengths,
dislocating the shoulder ot Erastus Mead, boss
canvasman, and breaking the arm ol Shedrack
Bussell, and also severely bruising several
others. Then running luto the menagerie
tent he upset ForepaughM den ot performing
anim ds, which, In going over struck Fore
paugh, culling a severe gash iu his head.
Then the trouble seemed to have commenced.
Mr. Rhinoceros made a carom on the centre
pole, and down lt went with a crash, knocking
in the top of the Bengal tiger and leopard's
cage, but not enough to enable ihem io es?
cape, although the excitement was doubled by
the cry that the lions and tigers were loose,
and a general stampede followed. The
elephant seemed to be ihe next object o? .
attack, and . tbe rhinoceros rushed : ar
the big Empress, who seemed to have made
ready for the charge. He stopped suddenly
as if to say the elephant was too many
for him, and that he would omit that part of
the contract. Then taking fresh courage he
ran into the museum tent, knocking the wax
statuary or- Jim Fisk, Jr.. Stokes and th?'
blooming Josie and her "Dolly Varden" ont. ol
lime, and sent the representation of the
"Last Supper" to gra?s, upset three cages of
curiosities, and then left, ibe museum tent,
apparently in disgust, carrying with him sev?
eral hundred yards of canvas which comprised
the wall or sides ot the museum tent. He
I then without further damage brought up Into
a vacant building, about on? block from Hie
grounds, the door of which lorluoatelv was
off its binges, und where he was finally se?
cured, his cage baoked up to the opening,
and forced to return to the narrow limits of
his Iron-bound carriage. Warner says t hat he
is ready to let thejob ol training the rhinoce?
ros tor the circus to somebody thal has not
so .much experience "as he has gol, and lhat a
performing rhinoceros will not be one of the
features of his show this seaton. The damage
done the show was about Ibree thousand
-The most remarkable engineering feat
now In progress ls said to be tbe crossing of
the Andes by the Lima and Oroya Railroad.
The mountain chain will be crossed at an alli
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thousand feet lu length. The grades are the
steepest known on any ordinary railway.
The workmen employed are Cholos Indians,
the only operatives who can endure for a pro?
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the country vouch for lt* wonderful and peculiar
power in purifying the Blood, Htimnlatlngti>e
torpid Liver and Bowel?, nnd lrnpariiPg new tee
and vigor ti tie whole system. SIMfdOva'a
LIVER REGULATOR ls acknowledged to have
no equal as a
It contains four medical clements, never united
In the same happy proportion In any other pre?
paration, viz: a gentle Cathartic, a wonderful
Tonic, an unexceptionable Alterative and a cer?
tain Corrective of all impurities of the body.
Such signal success has attended Ita use that lt ls
now regarded as the
GREAT UNFAILING 8PECIFIC
for Liver Complaint and We painful offspring
t hereof, tn wit : Dy pepsia, Constipation, Jaun?
dice, Bilious attacks, Sick Headache, rolle. De
pression of Spirits, Sour Stomach, Heart Boru,
Regulate the Liver and prevent
CHILLS AND FEVER.
SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR
Is manufactured only hy
J. H ZK1LINA CO.,
Maeno. Ga., and Philadelphia.
PRIOR-$1 per package; Bent by mall postage
paid. $125. Prepared ready for use lu bones
SOLD BY ALL DRDGfJNTS.
ir Beware of all counterfeits and imita?
QUICK TRANSIT-TUE QUESTION
SEiTLKD -While en?infers and capitalists
ai?, lay in? tln-lr lie ula leget her t> Bend tn
through spaco with bird like swiftness, lt may ne
us well to s'au; that Hie QUICKEST POSSIBLK
TRANSIT from a state of dchllHy and despondency
to a roaditiou of health und vigor is secured by
the usc of
Tarrant'? EffVrvcacent Seltzer Aperient.
Tills most refreshing and delightful of thirst
quenching draughts ls a positive sp?cifie for
dyspepsia, fevec |?hne*s, an ovenbiw or bile, con?
stipation, nervous weakness, s CK headache, and
all disorders or the digestive, secretive and ox
cret Ive organ-. The true article ls procurable at
all drng atores. angiO-12
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS WATER, from the
Celebrated Greenorler Waite Sulphur springs
In Vli?lnla . B
._ . ; Geyser Water.
For sale by DR. H. BA ER,
No. 181 Meeting street.
SIMMONS'S HEPATIC COMPOUND, OR LIVER CURE,
FOB ALL DERANGEMENTS OF THE LIVER, SKI?, KIDNEYS, STOMACH AND BOWELS
This well known preparation is a great improvement npon the Original Recipe of A. Q. SIMMONS,
of Georgi*, tue flret proprietor of SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATO EL Io ls put np m liquid fo?n,-vnlon
saves trouble and wblcn guarantees its proper proportions, and ls mack lower in price than tne pre?
pared .'simmons's Liver Regulator.'' Hundreds of reliable testimonials of its great vaine, from
among the best citizens of Georgia. Florida, North and South Carolina, are la possession of the pro
prlerors, and will be given to the public from time to time.
It ls put np lu large bottles, ready for lmme jiate use, and ls for sale at Retail by
0. F. PANKNIN,
DB. H. BAER,
G. W. A IM A H,
and at Wholesale by
G. J. LUHN,
0. A. BAR BOT,
TV. A. SERINE.
EDW. S. BURNHAM,
ECKEL A CO.,
GRAMAN A SC H WAC RE,
A. M. COU EN,
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
?RY OOOI>S !
DEY GOODS !
DEY GOODS !
CLOSING-OUT SALE OP
THE BEST STOCK OF DRY GOODS
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES AT
HO. 244 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
PREVIOUS TO REMOVING TO OUR NEW STORE,
IVO. 375 KI TV O STREET,
BROWNING'S OLD STAND,
All of our doods on Hand now wm ba Sold at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
FUECHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
_NO. 344 KING ?STREET._
J. IS. ROBSON,
HAVING AMPLE MEANS FOR ADVANCES, A BUSINESS EXPERIENCE ?Pi!
twenty years, and condnlng himself strictly to a Commission Rosiness, without operating!;
on lils own account, respectfully solicits consignments nf Cotton, Flt ir, Oom, Wheat, Ac- shippers ]
of produce tc him may, at their op'ton. have their consign men ts soil olther in Cu arl es ton or Nt'W
York, thus huvlng the advantage of two marketa without extra commission*.
Reference-?- Klahop W. M. wightman. S. C.; Colonel Wm. Johnson, Onarlntie, N. C.; Rev. T. O
Summers. D. I).. Tennessee; Hon. John P. King, Augusta, Ga.; Mesare. G. W. Williams A co Charles
ton, S. C.; Messrs. Williams, Blrule A Co.. New York.
AB the SPECIAL AGENT FOR THE STATE CF DUPONT'S GUNPOWDER, I will always keep a full
stock of all kinds ar, Magazine. The king experience nf Meiers. Dupont In the manufacture of Gun?
powder, makes lt nnnoce3?ary to nay more than that ( guarantee the quality of every package. Price
aa low as any other Powdor in the market. Fersons ordering please name DUPONT.
MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINING COMPANY.
As Agent Tor the MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINERY OF BALTIMORE. I will keep constantly
on hand a .'nil assortment of Crushed, Powdered, Grauuljtcd. A Wnlte, B. White, 0 Extra 0 Yel?
low; aso Amber Drips In barrels, which I o ir jr at manufacturera' price-?, freight added. Any ?bange
In price being reported dally by telegraph, thus giving tim trade tao ad van tug? or lt.
Am also Agent for the celebrated nrands of Family Hour manufactured ny Messrs. DAVIS ?_
EMMiiNS. of St. Lonls, wnlch I can recommend In every respect ; pm up lu Nliiety-elgtit Pound Bags
and Barrela-BKST AND BOLO DUST, Chnico Family. Homo Mill Medium Family, Santa Marla Good
Family. Also several or tho best Mills lu Virginia, Georgia und Tennessee.
As Agen' for WHITTAKER A SON'S CELEBRATED HAM?, Anderson H.'s Co. Beargrass Hame
Fairbank, Peck A CO.>B Caddy Lard, Werk A Co.'a Candles, Samuel Leonard A son Candles. Johnson
A Clements Corn starch, Jaine* Beatty A Co.'s Omckera.cakes. . c., Soaps or all varieties, Mackerel in
kits and halfharrels, Ludbw Brand or Gunny Cloth, Baling Twine, Ac. Ac; and as I devote myself
exclusively toa Commission Business and nil the goods are received direct rrout factory and neltner
I sell nur nuy on my own acconnt. would respectrnliy call thc stientlon or the trade to my facilities
for doing business, and tho Inducements orroral to purchasers. Hiving an experience of over
twenty years, and having Just erected a large and commodious sure la addition to my others, I am
fully prepared for business.
ENGLISH SUPERPHOSPHATE OP LIME,
Importe 1 direct rrora Liverpool,and guaranteed to contain twenty-roar per cent, or Soluble Phos?
phate or Ll tne.
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 la analyzed on arrival, Planters caa rely on getting the
same aitlclc, and fahy up lo standard. ?
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
The highly satisfactory and remarkable erre nts or i hts Guano in prodncing very largely Increased
crops nf Cotton, Corn ami other staple crops, lins attracted the general attention or Planters and
J. TV. ROBSON,
AGENT FOR THE STATE,
Nr>?. I ami 2 Atlantic Wharf anti GB Boat Bay, Charleston.
JJR. BAER'S IMPROVED VEGETABLE
The proprietor or these Pills confMer.tly be
lleves that he has succeeded, by a skilful combl
! nat loo or vegetable remedies, lu pronuclng a pre?
ps' allon that will bring health and hap pl ne-s io
the unfortunate sufferer. Jn the follow.eg dis?
eases they have teen used by thousands with
most wonderful success: Billons Disorders and
Liver .Complaint, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, nead
ache, Costiveness, Loss of Appetite, Neura gla,
Dropsy, Djsentery, Pile', Diseases of the Skin,
Pain in tuc Side, Bock and Limbs, t>lck Deadaclie
and all derangements of the Stomach.
These Pills may be taken with perfect safety hy
persons ol any age or sex. No family should be
Price 26 cents a box; s boxes for one dollar.
The usual discount to the trade.
For sale by DR. H. BAER.
ftog9 - No. 131 Meeting Btreet.
Jp E lt F U M 1 li i
.EXTRACT? FOR THE HANDKER0R1EF.
comprising a variety or Lubln'a Choicest Odors.
Piesse A Lubln.
And Oairls' Extracts, In great variety.
Soci?t? Hygi?nique Oil
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
VAN DEUSEN'S WOBM CONFECTIONS.
(Made ol Pure santonlne )
Pleasant. ?eilanleaud effectual; has stocd rhe
test, of many years.
For sale Wholesale and Retail by
DR. H. BAER, No. 131 Meeting street.
Bj WM, McKAY.
DESIRABLE AND. SEASONABLE-DRY
Goods. Wtl! Bel; THIS DAY, at bis Sales?
room, No. 45 Wentworth street, at 10 o'clock,
soper Heavy 6 4 Fancy OA?JSIBLERES, Bisele tod
Fancy Sailneta, Kerseys. Jeana, -AlbWoolandCot
:on Flannels, worsted Dress Goods. Undershirts
ind Drawers, Ladles' Ml?es and OeDU' Hose
md Half Hose, L. L. Handkerchiefs. Koapenders,
Cloves, Hats; also, a Lot ef Soring GOOD:*, which
will be sold regardless of price. , y gfgSjg
Bj W. T. LEITCH & R, is BBC58* :
Auctioneers. . ~ - y- M ~'
TRACT OP PINE LAND ON THE, BOB-:
DER of Sammervllle. belonging to the Es
,aie of Rev. a P. Gadsden, at Auction. . ,
Win be sold TOIS DAT, the 22d instant, at the
>ast end or Broad street, at il o'deck.
The TRACT OF LAND sitna'ed on the borders
)f summerville, measuring anJ containing 380
teres, and bounded by the property or J. R. Dake*;
a. A. Middleton, 1. T. Brown, C. Yo#e, J. L Perry,
md others. ,
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay ns for papers
ind stamps. :CZ'?J?
A plat of this property can be seen at our office. .
Slnction Solrfs--fnmrt ?Dopa.
Auctioneer?. . - e
?7AL?ABLE REAL ESTATE AT AFC
V TION. Wm. Lucas VS. R. 8. VenDlng.-?x,
he Common Pleas for Charleston County.-In
Sanity. ? ? . j .':
in pursuance of an order of sale In the abovo
?ase, to me directed, by the Hon. R. F. Graham.
rodge of the First circuit, I wilt offer for sale atT
Public Auciion, at the Postofflce. Broad street, r
Charleston, on THURSDAY, the 29th day of Au
r i : st, 1872. at ll o'clock A. H.,
Tne fellowing LOTS or Parcels of LAND, situate
ylng and being In Christ Church Parish. County
>f Charleston, near the Town of Monnt Pleasant,
ind having snch metes and boanda as are set
rot th on a certain Plat of the Greenwich, mus
property, made by Wm. Hume. Jr., surveyor, an4
recorded In the office or the Registrar or Mean?
Conveyance for charleston County, In Plat Boot
A, Na 1, p<*ge 75, to wit:
Lots G, H, I and J, containing ten (io) aerea'
sach. ** i;.
Also one Lot, containing flffen and fifty-two
ane-tiandredths (16.62-iooj acres. . -.
Ali-o, ooe Lot. contalnlug eleven and ionrone
duodieda (11.04160) aerea.
Also, one Lot, containing eleven and nlnsty
four one-bunuredths (li.94-.O0) acres, K?ITCBI:
Ia all, about seventy-eight and a half aerea,,
more or less, as byrcferenc to the plat of said
lands, now to be .seen at the office or Jaeaasa.
Lowndes A- Grtmbali, AnctloneerB, Broad street,
will more fn ly appear.
Each Lot will bs sold separately.
Terms-One baif cam; halan ce in one year, se-,
cared by bond of the porchaAer. with interest
(rom day of sale and raongageof the premises.
Purchaser to pay Referee for papers and stamps.
G. HERBERT SASS, "
jniyi8 -th" Referee. .?
?lows, Rosierp, &?z. .
OHOS SONS ~~7I
KID AND CASTOR GLOVe,
THOU ONS TO EUX BOTTONS. : -J
Black-, White, Light, Modo and Dark. -All the new
fancy colors to match the prevailing abades ! ,
of Silks and Di ese Gooda. '
For aale, wholesale and retail, by ?
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & 0Q?,:
NEW YORK, -..:
SOLS AGENT FOR THE UNITED STATES.
_ ? , -
IO?TH OAROL?MA RA1LBQA1X; ;
ol -, cruHLKOTJN, Juoel, 1872.- - . -
FZOURS ON TICKETS to Green vi ll ft. Anderson
and Walhalla have been put Cn aale TO-DAT, and
will continue on sale until ist September. ?rr1
Good to return until 1st November.. . : i ..
Baggage checxed through.
Price to Oreeovdle and Return $17 80.
Price io Anderson and Return SIS 70.
Price tu walhalla and Return $19 oO.
Price to Spartanbnrg and Return $15 80. . . ,
Excursion Tickets also on salo to Cat?os?
Springs (Ga,)-price $24. . r. .
The ubove Tickets on sale at the Line street
Depot, aud at the charleston HoteL' ' '
8. B. PIOKENS, A. L TYL?Bi
IOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. '
CHARLESTON, s. c., May I?, 1873.'
gp and after SUNDAY, May 10, tbe Passen-'
g '.-i- :'Jftdna on the South Carolina Railroad wig Tun [
as follows: / r.;.
TOB AUGUSTA. '\ Jf. .7. '.
Leave Charleston.8.10 A U
Arrive at Augusta.4M*, mt
FOB COLUMBIA. '
Leave Charleston...'..-.. 8.10 A II '
Arrive at Columbia..4.0ft r M !
?Lt ?ve Angosta..". 7.40 AK
ir,W8 at Charleston.8.gO ? M
i^a,-?? Columbia..,.... 7.4a AU
AJTIV << at Charleston...3.2g r M
A 06 ?BT A NIGHT HXPBK8S. -
Leave Ob atMmoa.IM r M
Arrive at August*.6.00 A ir
Leave Ank TU?LU....,.-.?-.7.40 r u
Arrive at u Varies ?HL.,.??S ? 5
,VU7KSIA MU UT HXPUKSa.
Leave Charles v>n. 8.20p M
Arrive ai colui nota.,.e.40 AM
Lt ave- Columbi. 1. &ftO ? y
Arrive at Oharlt'stoa.6 M ?2 "
SDlUiSRVILLJ THAIN. I
Laave Summervale" at.;....-;~ ? ?. . M
Arrive at Charles toa at. ?4? ? c
Leave Charleston at... * s.'30>'aT' '
Arrive at smmmervllle at.,.4.4? P M
. ., ., ' OAKDIN BBAMOn.
Leave Camdon....B.?6 A*M
Arrive at columbia.;. .10,4? A- C: Li
Leave columbia. 1.45 . w
Arrive at Camden. e.35 t M
Day and Night Tra?na couneot at Augusta witn
Macon and Augusta Railroad, Central Railroad,
and Gcoigla Railroad. Thia ls the quickest and
most direct route and as comfo nable and cheap aa '
any other route to Louisville, Cineiuuaii. Chicago
St. Louis and all other points West ai.d Northwest.
Columbia Mg nt Tram connects wira Greenville
and colombia Railroad ; and Day and Nlgiit Trains
connect with Charlotte Road.
Tarong h tickets on sale via this ronte to all
Camden Train connects at KicgvfUe dally (ex?
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
runs throngh to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
8. B. PIOKENS. G. T. A. )anlO
"VTORTH EASTERN . .RAILROAD COM
CHABLaWroN, 8. C^nne 8, 1872."
Trains will leave charleston Daily at 10.16 A. M.
and 8.00 p. at.
Arrive at Ohariesron e.oo A. M. (Mondays ex
cepteo) sud 8 P. M.
Train does not leave Charleston 8.00 P. ML, Sox*
Tram leaving 10.15 A. M. maxes thron gb connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond aud Acqola
Creek only, going tarunga In 44 noora.
Passengers leaving bj 8.00 P. AL Train ba vo
choice of route, via Rlobmoud and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore, . Those leaving; .
FRIDAY by this Tram lay ever on SUHDAT in BaT
tlmore. Those leaving on SAT?BOAY remain SUN?
DAY lu Wilmington, N. C. ? -c~
Thls is the cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant route to cincinnati Chicago and other points)
West and No th west, both Trains mating con?
nections at Washington with Western Trama of
Baltimore and Ohio R?ilroai. .
s. s; SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. OLEAPOR. Gen. Ticket Agent, mayst
AY A NN AH AND CHARLESTON
Cn ABLES TOS. Jone 13, 1872. .
On and after MONDAY. June nth, the Pas?
senger Trains on mts Road will mn as follows:
EXPRESS TRAIN. ______
Leave Oharleston dally.J-fJ *. JJ*
Arrive at savannah daily.-..Jg *. ?..
Leave Savannah dally.1 v i* S*
Arr, vo at Charleston dally.. TM. mu
DAY TRAIN. _ air. mr ma
Leave Oharleflton. Sundays excepted..
Arrive at havannah, sL1D,lay^^r* ?? i* \T :
l^veSavauaah, sundays excepu^.. lt A. M.
tor iteaufort, (Snndsys'?opted.1
Preiffht forwarded daUy on through1 billi oflad
lnff to Domts in Florida andjs/ Savannah Une of
?Heamstilps to Boston. Prom$5c dispatch given to
frei? h ts tor Beaufort and points on-Port Boyal
tun road and ai as low rates aa by any .other line. .
Tickets on sale at thia office for Beaufort over ?
port Royal Railroad. 0. 8. GADSDEN, ill
Engineer and Superintendent
S. a BOYLBTQH, Gen'l Ft. ind Ticket Agent,