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He took her hand and looked at her;
Nd sound ?id that deep stillness stir;
Even the weary wandering rain
Had ceased to beat upon the pane;
OnkajBbout the perfect mouth
' A sigh, more faint than the faint Sooth,
Hovered a mom ni's space, and then
Died into nothingness again.
The word s he spoke were brief and slow ;
what could he say she did not know ?
What pulse of that impetuous soul
Bot own? d her calm Bereue control I
No need for him to test her heart
With cunning fence of verbal art;
only to ask and walt her wm.
And, winning-loalng-love her still.
Perhaps she waverei; av. perhaps
The shadow of the cloud that wraps
The future from our questioning gaze
Let in some glimpse of after days.
Some hint of all she might possess
In that tra? spirit's teuderutss.
If but her weaker life might move
unto the muslo of bia love.
Perhaps I Who knows ? He onlv knew
The large gray eyea were dim with dew;
Saw on y on the mouth's sweet bloom
Toe shadow or reluctant doom;
Felt only one sad gentle word
And then through that deep stillness heard
Once more the weary, wandering rain
Seat dull against the window pane.
[Barton Grey in Appleton's Journal.
SPIRIT OF TBE STATE PRESS.
"We had Batter Wait."
[From the Camden Journal.]
In material, the nominees of tbe Moses fac?
tion are equal, lt noe superior, to those ol the
Bolters, yet none of them are such as any of
us would voluntarily suoport for any office ot
trust or profit. Who shall we vote for? We
think we bad better walt, and whichever side
offers us the best terms, provided ibero is a
good chance for success, go with that Bide.
At present we regara the action of the Demo?
cratic State committee as eminently wise and
proper-la recommending a condition of '?mas?
terly inactivity" on our part. Let the canvass
proceed, let the case on both sides be fully
opened, let the frauds be exposed, let tbe
popular pulse be calmly and wisely ielt, and
then let the Democracy of South Carolina act
as circumstances dictate.
A Confession or Infamy.
[From the Greenville Enterprise.]
These are the two tickets presented to the
people of South Carolina ! on the Begular
ticket there are four white men, two scala?
wags and two carpel-baggers, and five colored
men. On the Bolters' ticket, tbere are four
white men, two carpet-baggers and two scala?
wags, and only one a native o? the State. The
Boitera have proclaimed that the Begular
ticket are all rogues, and have swindled and
ruined the State; but that if the white people
undertake to elect an honest set of officials,
and take advantage of their separation lrom
the rogues, they will go back and Join the
rogues again ! Is this not a confession on
their part that they care nothing for the in
tereala ol the State or for honesty and patrio
tum t Tbe mau who proclaims such senti?
ments confesses bis o wu infamy, and admits
himself no better than a rogue. Can the
Democratic-Liberal Republican Greeley party
. support sucn candidates and Buch a party
If weare to be robbed and plundered, in the
name of all we bold sacred and dear, let us
nave nothing to do in electing those who are
to do i t.
A Mo verne nt to Save Grant.
[From the Anderson Intelligencer.]
The truth !s apparent that this whole move?
ment of the "Bolters" 1B intended to save
Grant in the Presidential campaign. It ls an
acknowledged lact that the miserable carica?
ture upon a Slate government in South Caro?
lina, which bas long since become "a disgrace
to civilization," has been one of the sorest and
most deadly thorns In the Grant administra?
tion, and lt was necessary tbat this heavy load
should be removed, as it was pressing 'Jown
too hard upon tbe shoulders of the Northern
Republicans, who are Justly held responsible
for toe otter disgrace and failure of recon?
struction In South Carolina. This pretended 11
effort to oust tbe thieves is made with a view | I
to deceive the Northern people, in our judg?
ment, sud gainsay the popular belief that.
General Grant Is, In some measure, respon-1
Bible for upholding the plunderers in |1
this State. As a proof that this concep?
tion ls rightly founded, we have only to
cite the fact that nearly every Federal official
In South Carolina Joined wltb the "Bolters,"
although they were not delegates to the State
Republican Convention, but were convenient?
ly at hand to organize the "True Republl
cans," and set the ball in motion wbicn was
Intended to relieve President Grant from the
odium of supporting men hitherto connected
with tbe Slate government. Now, lt ls proba?
ble that General Grant will not openly espouse
the canse of the "Bolters," nor seek to inter?
fere with tho success ol'the Moses party; but
bis adh?rents In the North will claim tbe credit
of urging bis movement ot "reform," as we
are constantly assured by the "Bolters" J
themselves tbat they were implored to purify
tho party In thia State, in order io remove the .
incubas from their Northern friends In 1
the present campaign, A semblance of pu- I
rlflcaoon will answer the purpose-as well,
and benoe we find the deoluration In
their mouths that any united action upon
the part of Democrats will force them to
abandon the struggle and once more affiliate
with robbers! But, more.than all, the Tom
llnson ticket does not stand the ghost of a
chance among the rank and Ale of the Repub?
lican party In Somh Carolina. At present,
tho colored people are thoroughly io accord
with the Moses wing, and this assures nine
tenths of the Radical vote. Tbe signs of any
persistent and determined opposition are
already beginning to wane; the "Rollers" are
preparing to surrender In small squads, and
it would be quite a relief to their feelings were
the Democrats to furnish the desired excuse
lor their return to the camp of the Philistines. I j
Their condition is pitiful indeed, and under
other and different circumstances it migbt ex?
cite our sympathy and condolence. But we
are not prepared to offer a lachrymose enter?
tainment at this time,-aed are willing to
see them suffer for awhile at least. "It's none
of our funeral" this time.
JOTTINGS ABOUT TEE STATE.
-Judge Orr is holding court in Green?
-A colored man named Forman Simon
killed another colored man named George Mc
Farlane, near Society Hill, on the 17tb ultimo
-Mr. John B. Jenkins, an old cliiz-n of
Fairfield County, died suddenly on Saturday
last. Mr. Jenkins served bis country in the
Indian war in Florida many years ago, and
was also a soldier In the Confederate war,
-The Horry News sayB: "On Wednesday,
tbe 28th ultimo, the turpentine still ot Mr. J.
W. Holllday, at Gallvant's Ferry, together
with about nine hundred barrels of rosin and
erode stuff, was consumed by fire. The fire
was occasioned by a leak In tbe still. Mr.
Holiday informs us that the lose will be about
-On sales-day in Greenville the Linter's
Factory was sold by the sheriff lor $15.500,
and the purchaser falling to comply wtih the
terms of sale, ID was again offered, and knock
" ed down to Mrs. Carrie Lester at $15,400.
Thailand of Peter Taylor, deceased, sold for
partition, was purchased by Captain W. E.
Earle for $1840.
-Rev. Sewell Thomason, a minister of the
Methodist Church,residing fifteen miles below
Greenville, on the Laurens Hoad, died on Mon?
day morning last. He retired the night before
nls death In bis usual health. He WOB aged
about sixty years, and had been In the work of
the ministry a considerable time. Mr. Thom?
ason leaves a large and estimable family.
-On Monday night last, the Wilmington.
Columbia and Augusta irelght train, uning
west, ran over Mr. Henry Lawson, near TJra
monsvilie, mutilating bis body In a shocking
manner, and cutting his head entirely on*.
Mr. Lawson was known to have been drink?
ing liquor during tbe day in Timmoosvllle,
and lt is supposed he was so intoxicated mal
be must have lain down on the road and met
bis sad late lu that condition. He leaves a
wife and four children.
-The Chester reporter learns that lately
John Henry Toole, of Rock Hill, in York
County, commenced an action against Major
Lewis Merrill, commandant ol the United
States forces at Yorkvllle, laying his damages
at five thousand'dollar-, for ialse Imprison?
ment. Toole ls the colored barber at Fork
vllle, and, as be alleges, waa captured last fall
by a party of Merrilie dragoons, and by that
officer beld in tbe jail forty-two days, he being
entirely Innocent of any infraction of the law.
The_sujt ls brought by 8. P. Hamilton, Esq.,
- anthe attorney fdr the plaintiff. It ls intend?
ed that the suit shall be pressed with all possi?
ble vigor, and to test the questlou whether an
innocent man may be incarcerated and have
no redress from th? law. The case not lmpos?
sibly may find its way to the Supreme Co arc
ot we.TJnited States. i ,
Dings nt ?Jrjolesalc.
COMPOUND EXTRACT OF
A RELIABLE REMEDY FOR ALL
DISEASES OF THE URLNAR1 ORGANS
This ls a Solid Extract, and ls recommended es?
pecially for Druggists' and Physicians' use In pre?
scriptions. The quality and uniform strength ls
guaranteed. This Extract is superior to Copaiba
and onbebs, or plain oil or Sandal. Unlike most
preparations of this class, lt does not nauseate.
The tesi lmonlals of hundreds in public and pri?
vate He wno nave been cured by this prepara?
tion could be added; but the proprietor wishes lt
to stand upon Its own merits, and only asks a
Bingle trial to convince the afflicted of its efficacy.
Circulars and samples can be obtained by Phy?
sicians on application to *
DO WIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
Agents for So. Ca., Charleston, s. 0.
JnlyS-slnthSmoa . .
This unrivalled Medicine ls warranted not to
romain a single particle of Mercury, or any in?
jurious mineral substance, bot la
For forty years it nas proved ita great value In
ali diseases of the Liver, Bowels and Kidneys.
Thousands of the good and great in all parts or
the country vouch ror its wonderful and peculiar
power in purifying the Blood, stimulating the
t mid Liver and Bowels, and imparting new lire
and vigor to the whole system. SIMMONS'S
LIVER REGULATOR ls acknowledged to have
no equal as a
It con tains four medical elements, 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 or all Impurities or the body
Snch signal success has attended its use that it is
now regarded as the
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
for Liver Complaint and the palnfnl offspring
thereof, to wit: Dy-pepsla, Constipation, Jaun
dice, Bilious attacks, Sick fleadache, colic. De
Sresslon of Spirits, Sour Stomach, Hear; Burn,
Regulate the Liver and prevent
CHILLS AND FEVER.
SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR
Is manufactured only by
J. H ZEILIN A CO.,
Macon, Ga, and Philadelphia.
PRICE-$1 per package; sent by mall post aire
paid, fl 25. Prepared ready for use In bottles,
For sale by P. WINEMAN ? CO.
AND BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
aa- Beware of ali counterfeits and imita
The well-earn ed reputation of our Scales has in
laced the makers of Imperfect and worthless bal
mees to oder them SB "Fairbanks' Scales," and
Durchaners have thereby, in many instances
jeen subjected to fraud and imposition.
If snob makers were c ?pablo of constructing
food Scale s they Would have no occasion to bor
ow our name.
BUT ONLY THE GENUINE
[TOOK SCALES, COAL SCALES. HAY SCALES,
DAIRY SCALES, fVATFOKM SCALES,
OODNTEB SCALES, Ac, Ac.
FOB SALE ALSO,
ALARM CASH DRAWERS.
,'ROEMNF.R'S COFFEE AND DRUG MILLS,
COMPOSITION BELLS, ALL SIZES.
LETTER PRESSES, ?c., ?cc.
Scales repaired promptly and reasonably.
FAIRBANKS' & CO.,
SH BROADWAY, NEW YORE.
FAIRBANKS, BROWN dc CO.
118 Milk Street, Boston.
FAIRBANKS, & EWING,
FAIRBANBIS & CO.,
FAIRBANKS & CO.,
'OR SALE BY ALL LEADING HARDWARE
A. T RETAIL.
PICTURES AND PRICES OF EACH, With lists
or Furniture lor Cook stoves, will be sent upon
WILLIAM SHEPHERD & CO.,
No. 29 H AYN E STREET,
_CHARLESTON. S. C.
PORTABLE, STATIONARY AND AGRICDLTO
RAL ENGINES, two to fifty horse-power
Circular Saw Mills, Grlat Mills
Long and Short Cotton Oms
Gum and Leather Belting
Sperm, Lard, Tannera', Linseed, Paraphine,
White Oak Oils. Tallow, Ac, Ac
Engine and Mill Supplies In great variety.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
CORNER MEETING AND CUMBERLAND STS.
RUSSELL'S SOOTHING CORDIAL I
This Preparation ls highly recommended
by many ol the leading Physicians of Charleston,
nd ls always kept for sale, Wholesale and Retail,
by DB. H. BABB, No. 181 Meeting street.
(BvotmzB, Ciqrwrs. &c.
W. H. CH AFEE X CO.,
No. 207 EAST BAY.
Agents for Exton's Premium Trenton-Orackers.
Agents for McE wans Sparkling Edinburg Ale.
Agents for Guinness' Stout. Bottled by E.& J. Burke.
Agents for Bass' Pale Ale, Bottled by E. & J. Burke.
OFFEB TO THE TRADE A F?LL AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF GRO?
CERIES, WINES, LIQUORS aND PROVISIONS, at prices that will compare favorably with
any market In the United State?. ang27-tnths6
MD BISS & CO. PALE ILE.
BOTTLED BYE JU. BURKE. DUBLIN.
?A CASKS EXTRA STOUT (PORTER,) PINTS.
Ul/ ?0 caska Bass A Co. Pale Ale, pints.
TO ARRIVE, EX BARK "GRANTON," FROM LIVERPOOL,
100 casks GUINNESS' STOUT, pints.
60 caska Ba^s A Co. Pale Ale, pints.
The quality and superior bottling of these brands make them the most desirable In market.
FOR SALE BY
W. H. CHAFEE & CO.,
NO. 207 EAST BAY.
LIQUORS, WISES, &c.
BARRELS AND HALF BARRELS RTC
Corn and Bourbon Whiskey
sarreis and half barrels French and Domes! !
Sarreis and hair barrels Holland and Dornest!
Sarreis and hair barrels N. E. Rum
barrels and hair barrels Blackberry, Cherry an
garter casks and octaves Sherry and Por
inaner and half casks Claret Wine
.mses Whiskey. Brandy. Port, Sherry, Hadeln
and Claret Wines, Schiedam Schnapps, Rasp
berry and Lemon Syrup. Charee's T nie Blt
ters, Cabinet and Dry Verzenay Champagne
qnarts and pints; Cord als, ?c., *c.
For sale by W. H. CUAFEK A CO.,
ang27-tnthsg_No. 207 East Bay.
JAMISON'S DUBLIN WHISKEY.
Landing ci-Georg lan a from Ll vern col.
For sale by W. H. CHAFES A CO.,
anim-tuttue No. 207 East Bar.
rrv BOXES FRENCH CHERRIES IN
60 boxes American Peaches In Brandy.
For sale low by W. H. CH?FEE A CO.,
ang27 tuthB6 ? ??_No. 207 East Bay.
"\YSTEBS-ONE AND TWO POUND
J CANS f
Lobsters-one and two ponnd Cans
Salmon-one and two pound Oans
Peaches-two pound Cans
Pineapples-two ponnd Cana
Tomatoes-two ponnd Cann
Condensed Milk, Sardines. Ac
For sale by W. H. OBAFEE A CO.,
aug27 tnthss_No. 207 East Bay.
I (\ HHDS. SUGAR-HOUSE MOLASSES
tv 76 bois. sugar-House Molasses
10 ti lids. Muscovado Molasses
arrels Diamond Drips. Golden Syrup, New Or?
leans and Florida Molasses.
For sale bv W. H. CH AFEE A CO.,
aog27-tuth6n_No. 207 East Bay.
rN QUARTER POUND AND SIX POUND
For sale by Wi H. CHAFER A CO.,
augtf-tutbse No. 207 East Bay.
McEWAN'S SPARKLING AIE.
OAfi CASKS OP TETE ABOVE CELE
J?\J\J BRATED Brand, to arriva and In
blore. For sale by W. H. CHAPEE i 00.,
ang?T-stutha Ko. 207 East Bay.
. FRENCH BRANDY.
rjf\ CASES BBANDY, "3EIGNBTTE
I KJ A LOIN1'-Bottled In France. For sale at
prices less iban cost of Importation, by
W. fl. C? AFr K A CO.,
aug27stntha No. 207 East Bay.
BUTTER, CHEESE IND LARD.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING WEEKLY
. bupDlles or trie ctiolcest quality ol above,
wnicti we offer at low prices to the trade.
W. E. CHAPEE ft 00.,
aug27-stnth6 , No. 207 East Bay.
,)AA BARRELS FRESH GROUND
\JVJ TENNESSEE FLOUE, rrom new wheat.
For sale by W? H. CHAFEE & CO.,
ang27-Btutbe No. 207 East bay.
BHDS. DEMERARA SUGAR
oo bbls Uemerara Sugar
18 Illida Porto nico Sugar
40 brils Porto Blco Sugar
35 bbls Molasses angara -
In store and to arrive, for sale by
W. ll. CU AFEE & CO.,
aug27-stuUi6 No. 207 East Bay.
FULTON MARKET BEEF.
IN HALF AND QUARTER BARRELS.
For aale by W. H. CH APE H A CO.,
au?i27-Btutb6 No. 2u7 East Bay.
MACKEREL, SALMON AMD HER?
RINGS, packing or 1872. For sale by
W. H. GHAf Eg! A CO.,
au227-91 ni h6_Ko. 207 gag Bay.
1AAA SACKS COARSE SALT
1UUU GO saoks Fine salt.
In flue order, standard weights.
For sale by W. H. CHAFFE 4 CO.,
ang27-stuth6 No. 207 East Bay.
uthorlzed Capital. .$3,000,000
uaranteed capital.. 500,00?
oposite j with State
Security of Policy?
OP MACON, GA.
W. B. JOHNSTON, President.
W.S. HOLT, Vlce-PresMeut.
IBO. S. OB BAR. Secretary.
J. W. BURKE. General Agent
J. MB KU rill GR.EEN, M. 1)., Med
W. j. M AGILL, Superlnto ndent of
0. F. McOAY, Actuary.
WILSON GLOVER, AGENT,
Office of Messrs. L. D. Mowry & Son,
SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
MK. WILSON GLOVER, Agent for the above safe and popular company, is prepared to take Risk8
i any part of the State on the most satiaiaotory terms, as will appear by examining the Beveral
ablcs and Rates offered by the Company, and of which the special features are:
1. Policies not Forfeltabie.
2. No Restrictions as to Residence or Travelling.
3. Dividends declare! and paid annually after second year.
4. Policies paid within sixty days after death.
5. One-third premium loaned when desired.
J. W. PARKER,
aug24-8WD4C3mos - GENERAL AGENT FOR NORTH AND SOUfH CAROLINA.
?rocen?, jtiqnore, &z.
H. KLATTE & CO.
AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON.
We have appointed Messrs. H. KLATTE A CO.
Sole Apen'H for Charleston for this Celebrated
Brand of PURR KENTUCKY WHISKEYS, both
h YE s atid B URBON.
These Wiiiskejs are guaranteed pcre KENTUCKY
COPPKR DISTILLED, free from all compound im?
parities, ai d hUhlv recommended by eminent
chemists Tor medical use. me Brand ls patented
to prevent Infringements.
BARKHOUSE BROS. A CO.,
_ Louisville, Ky.
vre respectfully Inform our friends and custom?
ers that we keep constantly on hand a full supply
of the above already favorably well known Whls
eys. and offer same to the trade at distillers'
pilcc3. H. BLATTE A CO.,
angs l -s tu tra 6 mo ? No. 1 ss East Bay.
Pianos, GDrjans, &c.
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
Furnished at factory prices for Cash, or by
Mo nt lily Payments on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. M'CLEXAHAN,
Plano p.Ed ilnsls Store,
8ep3-imo9 No. 191 Elnar street.
Drnas ano iHeoinnes.
AHARVEST OF DIAMONDS HAS RE?
WARDED the toll or certain lucky adventu?
rers nnder the barnine; snn of Africa; bat what ls
i he v,une of tue rarest gem that ever guttered In
crown or tarban, when compared with that or a
medicinal remedy that cures dyspepsia and bil?
iousness, restores the appetite, rettnlai.es the disor?
dered bowels, and tones and invigorates i he w hole
vital system? scleuce ha* bestowed upon the
world this inestimable gift In
Tarrant** Effervescent Seltzer Aperient.
which ls to all other preparations or tts class what
the diamond h among jewels, and when roaming
In the goblet or the fevered Invalid, as bright and
sparkling, Sold by all druggists. aug8l-13
SIMMONS'S HEPATIC COMPOUND, OR LIVER CURE,
FOR ALL DERANGEMENTS OF THE LIVER, SKI*, KIDNEYS, STOMACH AND BOWELS.
?^iL^'?^PZ? Preparation ls a great improvement upon tue Original Recipe of A Q. 8IMMON8.
of Georgi*, the Bret proprietor of SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR. lt ia pat apta Uaatd1 form^hlch
saves trouble and wh cn guarantees its proper proportions, and is mach lower In price than the pre
pared ''simmons's Liver Regulator.'' Hundreds of reliable testimon?ala of Its great value, from
r.5?i?Lthe ^est"c,lt'zeil8 of Georgia, Florida, North and South Carolina, are lu possession of the pro?
prietors, and will be given to the public rrom time to time. ' v
It ls put up ia large bot les, ready for immediate use, and ls for sate at Retail by
DB. H. BAER,
G. W. A IMA R,
<md at Wholesale by
G. J. LUHN,
W. A. SERINE,
ECKEL A CO.,
GRAMAN ? SCH WACKE,
A M. COHEN,
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
THE <tWALLISw TIE.
& S s
? ... .-y.it ,i >.'. .
.uMad??o ^.?lfllEn^811 Iron- .Easily and rapidly adjusted. Having received a roll BUDDIVO?
these TIES, which have given such general satisfaction tho past season, I am prepared to nil ail
?X. IV. ROBSON,
aogn-stathDAClmo_Noa. 68 East Bay and l and a Atlantic Wharf.
?Drrj ?ocrjs, &t.
DEY GOO DS !
DEY GOODS !
CLOSING-OUT SALE OP
THE BEST STOCK OF DRY GOODS
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES AT
PUK CH GOTT,
NO. 244 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
PEEVIOUS TO REMOVING TO OUR NEW STORE,
IVO. ?575 KITVG STREET,
BROWNING'S OLD STAND,
All of oar Goods on Hand now wiH be Sold at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
F?ECHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
KO. 244 Kilto STREET.
J. TV. ROBSON,
HAVING AMPLE MEAN8 FOR ADVANCES, A BUSINESS EXPERIENCE OP
twenty years, and conaning himself strictly to a Commission Business, without operattng
on ids own account, respectfully solicits consignments of Cotton, Flour, Corn, Wheat, Ac. Shippers
of produce to him may, ai their option, have thou: consignments sold either in Charleston or New
York, thus having the ad?*ntage of two marketa without extra commissions.
Reference*- Hlshop W. M. Wightman, s. C.; Colonel Wm. Johnson, Cnarlotte, N. 0.; Rev. T. O.
Summers. D. D.. Tennessee; Hon. John P. King, Augusto, Ga.; Messrs. G. W. Williams & Co., Charles. ;
ton. S. C.: Messrs. Williams. Birnie A Co.. Now tort,
AS thc SPECIAL AGENT FOR THE STATE OF DUPONT'S GUNPOWDER, I Will always keep a fall
stock or all kinds at Magazine. Tho long experience of Messrs. Dupont in the manufacture of Gun?
powder, makes lt uunoce;*ary to aay more than that I guarantee the quality of every package. Price
as low as any other Powder In the market. Persona ordering please name DUPONT.
MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINING COMPANY.
As Agent for the MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINERY OF BALTIMORE, I will keep constantly
on hand a roll assortment or oruahed. Powdered, Granulated, A White, B. White, 0 Extra, 0 Yel?
low; a so Amber Dries In barrels, which I ofJkr at manufacturers' prices, freight added. Any change
In price being reported daily by telegraph, thus giving the trade the advantage of lt.
AmaluoAgent for the celebrated branda of Family Flour manufactured oy Messrs. DAVIS A
EMMONS, of St. Louis, w hich I can recommend in every respect; put np in Ninety-eight Pound Raga
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.
kits ana nan Darreis, LTIOUTV Braun OL uuuuy uuu.ii, D?ut -?~i ?" - Zr"lZT ?.Z.Z.:
exclusively to a Commliision Business aud all the goods are received direct from factory and neither,
sell nor huy on my own account would respectfully calline attention of the trade to my faculties
for doing business, aud the Inducements offered to purchasers. Having an experience-or over,
twenty years, aud having Just erected a large and commodious storo in addition to my others, I am
fully prepared for buslt ess.
ENGLISH SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME,
Imported direct from Llverpool,and guaranteed to contain twenty-four per cent, of Soluble Phos?
phate of Lime.
DIRECT FROM TH S AGENT, WARRANTED PURE. For sale at market rates.
RAW BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE, FLOUR OF BONE,DJSSOLVED
BONE, PLASTER OR GYPSUM.
Always on hand, and as every shipment ls analyzed on arrival, Planters eau rely on getting the
same article, and fairy ap to standard.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
The highly satisfactory and remarkable effects of this Guano In producing very largely MCPSASgj
crops of cotton, Corn and other staple crops, has attracted the general attention or Planters ano
J. JV. ROBSON,
AGENT FOR THE STATE,
Nos, la*d ? Atlantic Wtoarf.?*6? ??st Bay, CIU*M**MI*
9Urti?ii Balt?^fnttttt Boj?.
By A. Cr Mc&ILLlTHAY.
NEW HOUSE, ?j?yjEH ZOOMS, OX
Sullivan.! Island. "
WM be sold on.THTJB8DAT,12tb instant, at tba
Pew to race, at il o'clock. -_,
The new HOUSE, recently built by Mr, Crouch,
on Ba? street, next to the Parade Groand. Pin?
lot. A pleasant residence and good stand for
lamber and woodyard.
Terms at sale._-_ttttntat*
WtD Q3oooe* &t. .. .; :
A BABE CHANCE FOB BAHRAINS !
FOB SALE AT BETAIL,
TO CLOSE THE BUSINES8,
The entire STOCK OP GOODS or the late T. KXTXT,
deceased, consisting or a very large and complete
assortment of K.
PRESS GOODS, CASBTKFBFiB,
TWEEDS, KENTUCKY JEANS, 3*
SATINETS, SHAW?J?V.. V
. -, ..??.. Ju?.?ja
HOOP, BALMORAL AND BOULEVARD
HOSIERY, GLOVES AND NOTIONS.
Also, a rall assortment of ? ".
DOMESTIC GOODS, LINENS, AC.]"
Will be offered for sale,
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS
FOR CASH ONLY,
Commencing MONDAT, tho 2d or September, and
TO BE CONTINUED SBC??.l?L7^a^
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. *
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angst M. P. O'CONNOR, Administrator^
Sljirte and /antigrjing <&eoii*z
To 'Make Boom Fpr ;
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OPPOSITE I ?M.^BKEy : H?Xj?'
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IS NOW CLOSING- OUT. i iii b$M
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HIS ?I^???XED STOCK GF
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CALL AND EX A MD>E ,FOR ?YQI?RSJ2LVES I
non? ' .'i ta j??iTrjj?a.
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?Jnifj? at JCDI|ol?fl?1?riiUO
WITH i '?t?nCB
CHILLS Alr? "FEVER ?
sixvRB Bramas, NBAB OCHA, PLA., I ?
March 1,1871. i Sj??*
and partlSlarlr in the everglades or our State.
KINOSTW?, 8. u., December 8^70.^
mpractlwftn??" ll, and have new tottag?
Wo* ?owing tts*, your '-Fever ?di**.
Pills? have relieved many under m j 're*?m?i^
when other medlelnes ttavl %??*2r^
faned todo. j ^SS?SSSS^^:
MKBCATTTBS, B*^**^ i^Sni'
u? P w Hoiss-Dear Slr: 1" reply to jour
fe?tuai; some of the easer l nod tiotight cluonto.
Batter have lasted over two yea's. Wt?g*?
wasmorettan.A single box k?g^?fg?
?ase has tte disease returned, and lt la over taree
' OoDan *S DaPOl', E. R. JU ^jS^Snh
vwwma. no wis. Motas A DAVIS-StfSi * JT"
pr?KSaTi?ost as 0**1?*
under different old chronlo Jf^SnSSLm
directions, and find?hem.the no?B
have ever taken, anil they have maae^?
care of ennis and Paver on me, and mj caw w
<?e ?*tne worWVettr humble servant, ^
WILLIAM J. BHADLKT,
They contain no ?^^SfiEfi degret
dlenriof any klnd-notwpg m^^jamatanoea
parlons to tte yS?er^tt ???eot eaf?9
-and may oe administered *
to an intent. tue most obstinate cate
They never rallMear*T fl
When taken as db??s^ Dealers everywhere.
Bold by Dmgg^^^B 4 g^Mgg
T>,"orleL0rs and W?olcsale DrrJXjdS?,
^g,t0" Charleston. 8.0.
T^vrVTL AND MECHANICAL ENGINBEB
ClNO atthe R^aelaerPotrtechnto inartinte,
Troy N. Y? InatructvoM very pra?K^ AT'
onsurpasaed tn this c^ry. Orad^
wnrie?w??dy and ruU i?r?calA^^dr??
Prot, Q?AS, DROWNS, Director. augiwuoj