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"Donglas, Douglas, tendlr and tren."-Old Ballad,
Colad ye come back to me. Douglas, Douglas,
In the old ltkene?s that I knew.
1 wo alJ be so faithful, so lu vin ir. Douglas:
Douglas, Dougla-s tender and true t
Never a BC or n ral w. rd should grieve ye;
I'd smile on ye sweet as the ange a do:
Sweet aa your smile on me ahone ever,
Douglas, Douglas, tender and true I
01 to caU back the days that are not I
My eyes were blinded, your words were few,
Do jon know the truth now, up in Beaven,
Douglas. Douglas, tender and trae?
I never was worthy ot you, Douglas,
Not half worthy the like of you i
Now all men beside Beem to me like shadows;
I love yon, Douglas, tender and true.
Stretch out your hand to rae, Douglas, Douglas;
Drop forgiveness from Beaven like dew,
As I lay my heart on your dead hsarc, Douglas:
Douglas, Douglas, tender and true.
DINAH Mania MDXOCH.
TUE BELFAST BIOTS.
Fearful Scenes In the City.
[From the Belfast Whig, August 21.1
Early on Saturday morning the town, In the
disturbed districts, assumed a very alarming
appearance. So early as nine o'clock crowds
fathered aboot Millfleld-West street. Smith
fid, Brown street, and the other streets in
that neighborhood, and, amid huzzaing and
cheering;, stone throwing and wrecking of
houses were universal in the locality. Every
house occupied by Protestants In Catholic
districts was wrecked; and, on the other hand,1
the Protestants to houses occupied by Catho?
lics showed no mercy. During the evening j
the condition of the town was something ex?
traordinary. People were afraid of their lives
to go through any of the troublous districts.
Protestants were knocked down in the Pound,
and Catholics were maltreated in the Shank
hill Road. The fury of the artisans ol Belfast
was again np. In the affrays which took place
we saw men taking part who, apart from
fanaticism, are an Industrious, steady, modest
class of men. Abont five o'clock one of the
most terrific scenes which ever occurred lo
. thia town took place opposite Mr. Hughea's
bakery, on the Falls Road, and close to Mr.
Alexander's mills. The opposing parties met
In Mr. Wallace's brickfields, and a fight un?
precedented in this town for years took place.
It maj be ss well to state that this ls midway
between the Orange and Catholic districts;
and, as each party attempted to enter the
quarters of their opponents, the scene was
something fearful. The Catholics were at one
timo driven back, and the Protestants the next.
The realization ot a battle scene was perfect
shots were fired, stones thrown, bludgeons
used, the melee was terrific-and all this hap?
pening In one ol the most respectable quarters
of the town produced an amonnt of excite?
ment and terror which lt ls not possible to de?
scribe. The dragoons and Highlanders were
Bent for with quick haste; the Protestants were
chased through Westmoreland street and Do?
ver street, and the Catholics through Alexan?
der street and New Durham street. The Meth?
odist Chapel on the Falls road was attacked
athe Catholics on the way aud wrecked, and
". Gird wood, J. B., In endeavoring to save it,
. .was knocked down and severely hurt. The
- --Highlanders and dragoons - and we may
be excused for saying lt waa a pretty
sight-came np; the armed constabulary
formed themselves into squares, apparently
with the same picturesque intentions, and the
excitement of the firing helped to complete
the Idea of an actual battle. Since '64 nothing
bas been seen like it in this town, Several
people were carried away wounded-some to
the hospital and others to their homes. Similar
scenes, though not to so great an extent, took
place lo Millfield and West street, and In the
evening all streets in the neighborhood were
locked against traffic. The Highlanders were
posted across Dover street and Townsend
street, and the constabulary across New Dur?
ham street, Millfield and the other streets in
the dntriot, and no persons were allowed to
pass through the streets. Dr. Browne, Mr.
Orme, Mr. Sinclair, Mr. O'Donnell, Dr. Mur
ney and Mr. Hoghes were the magistrates in
thu district during the evening. Up to a late
hour shots were fired and houses wrecked In
the Shankhill and Falls portions of the town,
and unoffending people were knocked down
and Injured, and carried away wounded to the
hospital or medical establishments. The ex
citement was intense. Noone went to bed,
and the Highlanders bivouacked In the fields
between Dover street and Westmoreland
street till Sunday morning. The district bad,
certainly, the appearance ot a seat of war.
Throughout the night the opposing mobs
met at varions places. At ten o'clock a
great riot occurred at the corner ot Brown
street and Millfield. The shop of a man
Barned Gray was wrecked to atoms by the
Smithfield mob; biB provisions, potatoes, but?
ter, eggs, Ac., were brought to the street,
- ana either carried off or destroyed. A house
at the corner ot Brown square and Peter's hill
-a broker's shop-was completely destroyed.
The dragoons were again brought from the
barracks, and dispersed the crowd. The au?
thorities, seeing the deplorable condition of
affairs, immediately telegraphed to Dublin for
all the military and police at their disposal.
At eight o'clock on Sunday morning, the
streets In the Shankhill District, for a quarter
of a mlle in circumference, were crowded
Very few bad gone to bed, as they did not
know the moment their houses would beat
tacked. Pistol shots were to be heard almost
every minute, and the wrecking of bouses was
con tin GO us. The Pound District was equally
bad. Magistrates and clergymen who were
afoot contd do nothing. The mobs did as they
chose, bot no one was sate. Those who live
In other parts of the town know nothing of
the frlghtiul state of circumstances. Tney
have 'only to walk through the districts, lt
they have the courage to do so, to see what
occurred. The grand battle ol the present
riots, so far as they have gone, took
place about, four o'clock on Sunday, on
the Shankhill Hoad. Nothing approach?
ing in excitement to the state of the
district at that hour have we ever
seen hi this town. The people gathered in
? thousands upon thousands; rows of houses
were left without a pane ot unbroken glass;
the very frames and sashes ol windows were
splintered to atoms; the pavement was pulled
up; women and girls piled them In neatly
piled heaps, like caonon shot ready for ser?
vice. Constables, with muskets and bajo
neta, wera stationed at every corner, and
there were the usual preparations for a great
' riot? There were no magistrates presentat
- the time, and only eleven or twelve police at
the corner of North Boundary street, under
the command ol a head constable. A crowd
. of about five thousand persons assembled.
They again attacked the houses of Mr. Savage
and Mr. Mcconville, publicans, and tore
. away doors, sashes and everything. The bar?
rels were carried lo the 6treet ana spilled In
the centre of the thoroughfare. Champagne,
- brandy, porter and whiskey bottles were car
ried away in triumph. Men got drank in leBs
than fifteen minutes, and the place was a per?
fect pandemonium. More houses were
wrecked, and the street waa in a dreadful tu?
mult when the police came out and attempted
to put an end to the scene.
JOTinrQS ABOUT THE STATE.
-Dr.\3raven, of Torkvllle, died very sud?
denly on Tuesday night, at his home in 'York
-Miss Sallie Smith, residing a short dis?
tance from Laurens ville, died a few days ago,
aged near seventy years.
-Riley Owens, a lad sixteen years old, liv?
ing in the southern part of Spartanburg
County, was killed by the falling ot a tree on
Thursday, the 29th ult.
-The Phoenix reports the Congaree River
lower at the present time than lt has been for
many years. Il ls possible to walk across on
Ahe stones and sand bars.
-Mr. Renben Ly le s died at his residence In
?Laurens County a lew days siuce. He was
one of the few surviving members of the Pal?
metto Regiment tbat fought so gallantly dur
the war with Mexico.
-At a meeting of the citizens of Union, the
following ticket was nominated for municipal
officers: H. L. Goss, Intendant. Wardens, T.
B. Jeter, James Grant, James Faur, Wllllr.s
Munro. -The question of license was lett dis?
cretionary with the counoil elected.
-The gio house of Mr. D. B. Howell, at
Gadsden, on the line of the South Carolina
Railroad, was destroyed by fire on Saturday
morning, together with twelve or fifteen bales
of cotton. Ten bales belonged to Mr. Howell,
and several bales to other parties. The fire
was oansed by frioUon from tbe gin.
-The Lantern gives a cheering account of
the building and Improvements now progr?s
?lag at Rockhill, which shows that thriving
village to be Ina prosperous condition. It is
the depot of a considerable cotton region, a
Une market for cattle and stock, and the home
of many of the most patriotic, intelligent and
vexttsrprielag business men in the State,
I -On saleday, Ia Union, the sheri ff sold tbe
I following property: One tract of land, contain
" log eighty acres, brought $300. This was the
Parr tract, which was advertised as one hun?
dred and seventy acres. The Hawkins tract,
containlne one hundred and eighty aeren, was
sold lor $200. On Tuesday the Bherlff sold
the steam engine at the Union gold mines, for
-Mr. Mercer, the superintendent of Dr.
Neagle's bridge over the Gongaree River, is
pushing his work along-nearly two-thirds of
the structure being up. As the 15th ls the day,
according to the contract, when the Job ls to
be completed, lt is absolutely necessary to
"rush." The bridge will be a substantial
structure-built on a plan somewhat novel, at
least for this part of the world.
TUE HEALTH DEPARTMENT.
The following directory of the Health De?
partment has been prepared by Dr. Geerge S.
Pelzer, the City Registrar, and ls published
for the information of the public:
Office of Board of Health and city Registrar at
BOARD OF HEALTH.
Hon. John A. w&gener, residence No. 64 st.
Phillp street, Maror, Chairman.
Oeneral W. O. DeSaussure, Ward No. 1, resi?
dence No. 27 East Battery.
George H. Moffett, Ward No. 2, residence No. io
Thomas M. Hanckel, Ward No. 3, residence No.
Captain Jacob Small, Ward No. 4, residence No.
4 Bull street.
Thomas D. Dotterer, Ward No. 6. restdence
northeast corner Henrietta and Meeting streets.
Dr. B. A. Muckenfnsa, office King street, oppo
Bite Clttidcl Gre* n
Thomas D. Kaao?, Ward No. 7, residence No. 78
Winiam L. Webb, Ward No. 8, residence No. 37
George S. Pelzer, M. D., City Registrar, resi?
dence No. 48 Cannon street.
EU Geddings, M. D., residence No. 16 Geerge
J. p.'Chaza!. M.D., residence No. 6 Wentworth
On Hospitals and Dispensarles-Dra. Pelzer,
Geddings and CbazaL
On Low Lots, Drainage and Nuisances-The
Mayor. Dr. Pelzer and Messrs. Hanckel, Small
On Burial Grounds, SextonB and Hearses-Dr.
Ohazal, Oeneral DeSanaanre and Mr. Moffett.
On Pobdc Institutions-Dr. Geddings and
M ears. Eason, Dotterer and Olney.
On Epidemics, Public Hygiene and Quarantine
-Drs. Geddings, Ohazal ana Pelzer.
On Accounts-Dra. Pelzer, Geddings and Cha
are open at the upper and lower wards Guard?
houses, and citizens are requested to report all
nuisances prejudicial to the public health as
promptly as possible, at either ol the above named
Mazyck street, above Queen street. Surgeon in
charge, J. s. Buist, M. D. Residence and office,
No. 205 Meeting street.
Marine Department, City Hospital, Mazyck
street. Surgeon In charge, J. S. Buist, M. D.
HEALTH DISTRICT NO. 1.
Bounded on the north by centre of Calhoun
street, on the east by Cooper River, on the south
by South Battery, and on the weet by centre of
Physician In charge, Dr. Manning Simona.
Office and residence, Church street, above Broad,
next to the Charleston Library building.
HS ALT H DISTRICT NO. 2.
Wea'ern Division, Sh lr ras' Dispensary. Bounded
on the north by centre or Calhoun street, on Ute
east by centre or Meeting street, on the south by
south Baitery and Ashley River, and on the weat
by Ashley River.
Physician In charge, Dr. Joseph Tates. Office
at snirra's Dispensary, Society street, between
King and Meeting streets. Residence No. 14 Lib?
The physician in charge of this district ls re?
quired to sttead at the Lower Wards Guardhouse
when called upon.
HXALTH DISTRICT NO. 3.
Bounded on the north by City Boundary, on the
east by Cooper River, on the soutn by centre of
Calhoun street, and on the weat by centre of
Physloiaa in charge. Dr. J. L. Ancrum. Office
and residence No. io Mary street, opposite Eliza
The physician in charge of this district ls re?
quired to attend at the Almshouse when called
HEALTH DISTRICT KO 4.
Bounded on the north by City Boundary, on the
east by centre of Smith street to Cannon street,
then by centre of Cannon to Rutledge avenue,
tuen by centre or Rutledge avenue to George
street, and tneu by a Une running in the same di?
rection through to City Boundary, on the south
by centre of calhoun street, and on the west by
Physician in charge, Dr. T. Grange Simons.
Office Na 18 Ashley street, opposite Dnlted States
Arsenal. Residence No. 21 Rntledge avenue, op?
posite Radcliffe street.
The physician In charge of thia district ls re?
quired to attend at the Old Folks' Home when
HEALTH DISTRICT NO. 6.
Bounded on the north by City Boundary A the
east by centre ot Meeting street, on the sonth by
centre of calhoun street, and on the west by cen?
tre of Smith street to cannon Btreet, then by cen?
tre of Cannon street to Rutledge avenue, then by
centre of Rutledge avenue to Grove street, then
by a Une running In the same direction to city
Physician In charge, Dr. Isaac W. Angel. Of?
fice and r?sidence, st. Philip street, opposite the
The physician la charge of thia district la re?
quired to attend at the Upper Warda Guardhouse
when called upon.
From 8 to 0 morning; from 2 to 8 afternoon.
AU dispensai y patients who are able shall bo
required to attend at the office of the health dla
trict lu which they may reside during the above
specified office hours. The pnyelclans In attend
ance will afford medical and auralcal relier and
medicines gratuitously to all destitute Bick poor
persona, residents of their respective districts
applying for treatment, who may, in their opin?
ion, be entitled to dispensary relief.
lt la recommended that office patients attend
punctualiv at the beginning of the office hours.
Calls may beloit on the elate at any time doting
tae day at the respective offices, and at night at
the residences or tue physicians in charge. The
number and street must be carefully given in all
applications lor attendance at home.
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREPAR?
W. B. WARNER * CO.,
Offer the following assortment of Elegant Pre
parationa, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price List to Dr. H. BAER, Charleston:
Iron and lodoform Plus, a powerful Alterative
Comp. Phosphorus nus, for Impotence, Loss of
Nerve Power. Ac.
Elixir Clnchonta Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Blamnth
Elixir Calisaya, Ferr?t ed
Elixir calisaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Valeriana!e of Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron --**
Wine of WUd Cherry
Ferrated Wine of WUd Cherry
comp. Syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
Syrup or Hypophosphltea (ror Consumption,Bron?
Beer, Wine, Iron and Cinchona.
Licorice Lozenges, ootaming Vanilla, Tom, Ac
Elixir Taraxacum como. Thia la a sew and valu?
able combination or tho medicinal properties
or the Dandelion, Wild Cherry and Gentian,
associated with Aromatics. It is a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aalde from
Its medicinal virtues, lt la useful aa a vehicle
and ror masking the bitter taste or Quinine,
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide of Potassium.
Syrup Phosph. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia, (Alt
ken's ayr op) for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration. Indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac
EUx. Valer?anate of strychnia
EUX. Phosph. Quinine, iron and Strychnia (of the
greatest service where there is a tendenoy to
Beef, Wine and Hon, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable in cases of chUdren ana
In addition to the above, W. R, Warner A Co.
manufacture a full line or Fluid Extracts and
Sugar-coated Pilla, all of which are to be had at
Manufacturer's Prices, of
DB. H. BABB, Na 181 Meeting street,
mch?fl-dAwAmru? nharlesinn. 8. a
SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
DR. PIERCE'S NASAL DOUCHE
DR. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
DeBing's Pile Remedy
oeBing's Via Fuga
Dr. Horsiord'a Acid Phosphates
Wllber'a Codllver OU and Lime.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
or every Size and Style.
._4o, Ac, AC.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
Who:?sale and Retail Druggist,
No, 131 Meeting street.
Orri ?oob?, &t.
E. W. MARSHALL & GO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS IND NOTIONS.
We offer to toe Trade an nnnaually Large and
Well-Purchased Stock of the above Goods, which
will be kept fall daring the season by a Resident
Bayer In the'Northern Markets, and will be sold
at pnces as low as can be obtained elsewhere.
- E. W. MARSHALL & CO.,
No. 141 Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
? BAKE CHANCE FOR BARGAINS !
FOR SALE AT RETAIL,
TO CLOSE THE BUSINESS,
The entire STOCK OF GOODS or the late T. KELLY,
deceased, consisting ol a very large and complete
DRESS GOODS, CASSIM ERES,
TWEEDS, KENTUCKY JEANS,
HOOP, BALMORAL AND BOULEVARD
HOSIERY, GLOVE3 AND NOTIONS.
Also, a fall assort mea t or
DOMESTIC GOODS, LINENS, ?0.
Will be offered for sale, .
TN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS
FOR CASH ONLY,
Commencing MONDAY, the 2d of September, and
TO BE CONTINUED FROM DAY TO DAY
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
ang3i M. p. O'CONNOR, Administrator.
CLOSING OUT SALE
Fi\CV GOODS, NOTIONS, M.
We beg to Inform oar friends and the Merchants
generally, that having concluded to close np our
present baslcess, we now offer ear entire stock for i
isle at prices that should lndnce all to boy wbo
ire In want ol any thing in oar Une.
Oar Stock ls large acd varied, and weare con
ident that lt will be to the interest of all City or
kountry Dealers to call on us before purchasing
STEELE & WARDELL, 1
Na 107 MEETING STREET,
sep2-mwfimo Charleston, 8.0.
xtyirte ano ^nntisrjing ?cece.
To Make Room For
OPPOSITE I MARKET HALL,
13 NOW CLOSING OUT
HIS UNEQUALLED STOCK OF
INCLUDING THE FAMOUS
-A. T O O S T !
CALL AND EXAMINE .FOR YOURSELVES i
(!5loD?3, fjosienj, 4P c.
KID AND CASTOR GLOVE,
FROM OKS TO SIX BOTTONS.
Black, White, Light, Mode and Dark. All the new
fancy colors to match the prevailing shades
of Silks and Dress Goods.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE UNITED STATES.
Physicians' Saddle Bogs
Physicians' Pocket Oases
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
_No. 131 Meeting street.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS WATER, from the
Celebrated Gresnorier White sulphur Springs
For sale by DR. H. B4ER.
No. Ul Meeting street.
Orono flhrije Histribntion.
TBE GRAND GIFT CONCERT
A. FIXED FACT,
SEPTEMBER 28 THE DAY.
YOUR TICKETS NOW OR NEVER.
The vast salea of Tickets already made, and the
Increasing demand for them from all quarters
having determined the Trustees that the Grand
Gift Concert ior the beneflt of the Public Library
of Kentucky, advertised for SATDBDAY, Septem?
ber 23, 1872 shall positively come orr on that day
without postponement, tne Management now
notlflea all wbo expect to participate in the draw?
ing that they should boy their Tickets at once.
Delay ror a few da? s caused many who wanted
Tickets at the concert in December last to go
without them. Some living in Louisville waited
unUl sales were closed, expecting, no doubt, a
postponement, and then cuerea Ufteen, twenty
and even twenty-five dollars for Tickets vhlch
the day before were offered to purchaaers at the
regular price. Others living at a distance Bent
thousands of dollars by mail ard express, which
got here after sales were clos'jd, and bad to be
sent back. These disappointments need not
occur again if the warning now given in due
season ls heeded.
The drawing will begin precisely at six o'clock
SATUBDAY MUBNIKQ, sepieraber 28.1872, in the
great bau of the l'ubllo Library Building, and
continue until the One Thousand Gina are all
List of Gifts.
One Grand Girt, cash.$100.000
One Grand Girt, cash. 6o,ooo
One uirt, cash. 26,ooo
One Gift, cash. 20.000
One Gi ir, cash. 10,000
Jue Giri, cash. lo.coo
One Girt, cash. 0,000
Ono Gift, cash. 8,000
One Gilt, cash. 7,000
One Girt, cash. e.ouo
One Gilt, cash..'. 6,000
One Gilt, cash. 4,000
One Girt, casa. s.000
4 Girts of $2,000 each, cash. 8 ooo
16 Guts of $1,000 each, cash. 15,000
20 Girts or $900 each, cash. 18,000
21 Gifts of $800 each, cash. 16 GOO
26 Gifts of $700 each, cash. 17,600
36 Gilts of $600 each, casa. 21.000
46 Girts or $500 each, cash. 22.600
60 Girts or $400 each, cash. 20.000
SO Girts or $300 each, c,8h. 18,000
loo Gins or S200 each,caab. 2o,ouo
612 Gilts of $100 each, cash. 61,200 1
Total, 1,000 Gina all cash.$600,000
The Concert Itself will ba the most brilliant or- [
chestral display that ever occurred In tbe West.
One hundred performers, gathered from all parts
of this country and from Europe, under the di?
rection of Professor Hast, will contribute to this
grand musical carnival. And to afford ample
room for every ticket-holder to enjoy such an un
unuai musical festival, the Concert will bo viven
In Central Park, where arrangements have been
made to accommodate all who may come.
? Persons holding whole, hall or quarter tickets
will be admitted to both the concert and drawing,
and none without such tickita will ba admitted
Price of Tickets.
Whole tickets, $10; halves, $6; quarters, $2 60;
ll who.e ticket? for $100; 28 ror $266; 66 ror $500;
119 ror $1000; 286 lur $;?oo; 676 for $6000. No dis?
count on leas than $100 worth of tickets at a time.
In accordance wltb numerous solicitations, ar?
rangements have been made wltb all the railroad
and steamboat linea leading Into the city for the
sale or round-trip tickets, good for six days, to
all persons who may wish to attend the Concert
and urawing. Such tickets will be famished by
tho Louisville and Nashville Kallroad, the Louis?
ville, cincinnati and Lexington Railroad, ihe
Louisville, Indianapolis and Madison Railroad,
tho Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, the Louisville |
and Cincinnati Mallboat Line, and the Louisville,
Onensboro' and Henderson Mall Line Packets.
AH agents are required to close sales and make
their returns la full time to reach this office by
Thursday, September 26. To do this successfully
those located at great distances must close some
days hefore the 26th.
all tickets to which gifts are awarded will be
paid wlihont discount by the Farmers' and
Drovers' Bank, either in currency or by sight
draft upon the Fourth National Bank of New York,
at option of the holder. The tickets must first be
prenented at this office, Room No. 4, Public Library
building, before they will be paid i>y tne Bank.
Trie drawing will be published in the Louisvale
papars and New York Herald, and oQlr'lil cop.es
Benn to purchasers to whom tickets have been
sent uy letter.
THOS. E. BRAM LETTE,
Agent Public Library ot Kentncky.
Public Library Building, Louisville, Ky.
F. YON SANTEN, Agent, Charleston, S. C.
atig26-Tnwri2w3 _ _
A V A N ?~1H"ANT?CHARLESTON
OHABLBSTON, Jane 13, 1872.
Om and after MONDAY, June I7c.li, ibo Pas?
senger Trama on this 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. 7A.M.
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 7.40 A. M
Arme at Savannah, Sundaysexcepted. 3.30 P. M,
Leave Savannah, Snnduya excepted... ll A. M.
Arrive at Charleston, SUE day s exe' ted. e.60 P. M.
Passengers from Charleston by 7.40 A. M. train
make close connection with Port Royal Railroad
for all Stations OB that Road, (Sundays excepted.)
Freight forwarded daily on througu bills or iaa
mg to points m Florida and by Savaanah Hue ol
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
freights lor Beaufort and pointe on Port Royal
Ratifoad and at aa low rates as by any other line.
Tickets on sale at this office ror Beaufort over
Port Koyal Railroad. 0. 8. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent
8. 0. BOYLSTON, Gen'l FL and Ticket Agent.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM
OHABLB8TON, S. C., June 8, 1872.
Trains will leave Charleston Dally at 10.16 A. M
and 8.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 0.00 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 3 P. M.
Tram does nut leave Charleston 8.00 P. M., ?SUN
Train leaving 10.16 A. M. makes throngh connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acqula
Creek only, going through In 44 hours.
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P. M. Train have
choice ol route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FBTDAY by this Train lay ever on SUNDAY la Bal
timora Those leaving on SATTJBBAY remain SUN
DAY In Wilmington, N. C.
This la the cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant route to uioclnnatl. Chicago and otner poluts
West, and Northwest, both Trains making con?
nections at Washington with Western Trams ol
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
8. 8. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. OLEAPOR. Gen. Ticket Agent, mayal
gCTJTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
OHABLBSTON, S. C., May 19, 1872.
On and after SUNDAY, May 19, the Passen
ger Trains on tho South Carolina Railroad will run
LeavB Charleston.8.10 A M
Arrive at Augusta.4.26 r M
Leave Charleston.. 8.10 A M
Arrive at Colombia.4.06 p u
Leave Augusta.7.40 A II
Arrive at charleston.8.20 r u
Leave Co,urania.7.40 A H
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 p M
AUGUSTA NIGHT RXPRB85.
Leave Charleston.7.20 r u
Arrive ac Augusta.0.00 A II
Leave Augusta. ?.7.40 p y
Arriva at Charleston.6.45 A H
COLUMBIA NIGUT EXP H K 88.
Leave Charleston. 8.20 p M
Arrive at Columbia.6.40 A II
Leave Columbia.6.60 p u
Arrive at Charleston.6.66 A M
8CMUKHYII.L2 TU AIN.
Leave Summerville at. 7.26 A ll
Arrive at Charlearon at.8.46 A ll
Leave Charleston at.8.30 ? u
Arriva at summorvlUe at.4.46 p u
Leave Camden.6.16 A M
Arrive at colombia.10.40 A II
Leave columbia.1.46 P II
Arrive at Camden.6.26 r M
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta with
Macon and Augusta Railroad, Centra) Railroad
and Georgia Railroad. This ls tho quickest and
most direct route and as comfortable and cheap as
any other route to Louisville, cincinnati. Chicago,
Sc Louis and all other points Weat and Northwest.
Columbia Night Train conneots with Greenville
and colombia Railroad; and Day and Night Trains
connect with Charlotte Road.
Throngh tickets on sale via this route to all
pointu North. _
Camden Train connects at Ringville dany (ex
capt Sundays) with Day Passenger Tram, and
runa throngh to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
8. B. PIOKENS, G. T. A. Janl9
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY", OF NEW YORE.
CASH ASSETS, JANUARY 1, 1873.$4,673,048
GEORGIA HOME INSURANCE COMPANY.
CASH ASSETS, JANUARY 1, 1873.9504,808
RISKS TAKEN ON ALL CLASSES OP PROPERTY IN THE ABOVE PROMPT, LIBERAL AND
RELIABLE COMPANIES. *
sepe-rrawe HUT80N LEE, Agent.
_?HTB ?coos, jpc.
DEY GOODS ! DEY GOODS !
CLOSING-OUT SALE OP
THE BEST STOCK OF DRY GOODS
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES AT
NO. 244 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
PREVIOUS TO REMOVING TO O?R NEW STORE,
NO. 375 KITVO STREET,
BROWNING'S OLD STAND,
All of our G oods ou Haud uow will be Sold at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
F?ECHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
NO. 244 KING STREET.
Planas, ?rge ls, &t.
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
Furnlahed at factory priera for Cash, or by
Monthly Pay meats on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. Bl'OLENAHAN,
Plano f nd Music Store,
sep8-4mos . No. l?i King street.
Cigars, ED?CCCO, f?ft.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBAOCO of all kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
Cali and examine stock bofore baying else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N.B.-The Wheel of Fortune constantly OD
hand. Invest 26 cents and try j our 1 acL.
FOR TWO DAYS ONLY.
THE MONARCH AND MASTODON COMING !
CHARLESTON, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, Sep?
tember 13 and 14.
450 MEN AND HORSES-1050 ANIMALS AND
BIRDS-Only six Tent Show In the World.
GREAT EASTERN Menagerie, Museum. Aviary,
Circus-Koman Hippodrome, Esyptlan
Caravan and Bulloon ?show.
A GREAT ZOOLOGICA L AND AKENIO TRIUMPH.
A Stupendous World Exposltloa Railroad, at an
expense of $3400 daily, wbltfi lt pays out in
the citlea and towns where lt exnlbita.
Requiring seventy-six cara ar d three large en?
gines to transport lt In ls overwhelming magni?
tude and elegant p- rfectlon. lar ge enough to swal?
low up half a dozen exhibitions such as usually
parade the country and lulim ic the public with
sensational advertising and delusive pledges.
six Colossal Pavillons, covering three solid
aerea of ground, and aggregating nearly ten thou?
sand yards of canvna.
4S" Three Glorious Performances given each
day. A Grand Moral Matinee st 10 A. M.
A Herd of Elephants, Drove of Camel*, Ava?
lanche of Buffaloes, Team of Horned Mooses, ??8
gold and crimson Dens, Ailed with the rarest
specimens of Wild Animals and Birds, and aatart
ling and extravagant display of Wonders, ^atu
ral. Scleotldc and instructive.
Twelve Equestrians, Ten Lady Riders, Sixty Per?
former. Two Elab rate Orchestras, Three Brass
and Reed BandB, Grand Musical Steam Plano, and
most Hoje?os, costly and eloquently equlrped
Sire't Procesi?n ever given, remlnaing oue of
ihe fabled oriental Pageant of the olden time.
DouiiL circus Troupe aud Double circus Perform?
ances given In separate tents nt the fame hour.
A graiulioua Balloon Aacension given prior to the
afternoon exhibition every day
Remember this Monster Exhibition-positively
the largest and most expens-.ve on earth-will
viBlt Charleston aa advertised. Arrangements
have been made with thc principal railroad lines
running Into the city to bring the people at half
fare to witness the wanders of thia World's Fair.
Admission to the monster six tents, to which
there are three separate em ronces, la the usual
price charged tn shows nf ore-sixth the Great
Eastern's capacity and attractions: Admission
$l; Children 50 cents.
Three Ticket Wagons arc used to avoid all crush
and Jam. .
$100,000 that the Great Eastern ls the Biggest
Show on earth, the public to be judge.
Look out for the Brilliant Procession with the
Lions, Tigers and Panthers loose in the streets.
Charleston, September 13 and 14; Beaufort. Sep?
tember ie. A. E, SCOT r, Agent.
Doors, Sasrjcs ana Blinka.
p. P. tl??X?T
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
STORE DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
UUOLU?Mua, vuifoovr az^oa,
JEWELS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
BALUSTERS, SLATE MANTELS.
3FFICE AND SALESROOMS,
No. 20 Hayne street,
FACTORY, HOBLB EC K'S WHARF
Wxnqs at Wholesale.
' IMVL'nSAI. EXHIBITION OF ?fiEa ^
ALF. LABARRAQUE AND Co
(I Ul NI UM LABARRAQUE
Approved by thc Imperial Academy
Thc Qniniam Labarraque is an eminently
tonic and febrifuge Wine, destined to replace
all the other preparations of Peruvian Bark.
The Bark Wines usually employed inme
dicine are prepared from Barks which vary
considerably in the degree to which they
possess the desired properties. Besides,
owing to thc manner in which they are pre?
pared, these Wines contain scarcely more
than tiie traces of active principles, and
these always in variable proportions.
The Quintain Labarraque, approved by
the Academy of Medicine, constitutes, on the
contrary, a incdecine of determined compo?
sition, rich in active principles, and on wich
Physicians and Patients can always rely.
Tiie Quintana Labarraqae is prescribed
willi great success for persons of weak con?
tinuion, or for those debilitated by various
exhausting causes or past sickness ; for youths
fatigued by too rapid growth; for young
girls whose development takes place with
difficulty; for women in childbirth; and for
aged persons enfeebled by years or illness.
It is the best preservative against Fevers.
In cases of Chlorosis, Anemia, orGreensik
ncss, lliis Wine is a powerful auxiliary of
[?ie ferruginous preparations. In conjunction,
for example, with VALLET'S PILLS, the rapidi?
ty of its action is really marvellous.
Der ot io Paris, L. FRERE, 19, roe Jic?b.
! Agents In Charleston: DOWIE, MOISE
L & DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists.
DrtiQG ano ittecinnrs.
AHARVE8T OF DIAMONDS HAS RE?
WARDED the toll of certain lucky adventu?
rers under the burning sun of Africa; but what ls
the value of che rarest gem that ever glittered In
crown or turban, when compared with that of a
medicinal lemedy that cures dyspepsia and bil?
iousness, restores the appetite, regulates the disor?
dered bowels, and tones and Invigorates the whole
vital system? science has bestowed upon the
world this Inestimable girt lu
Tarraint's Effervescent Seltzer Aperient.
which is to all other preparations or Its class what
the diamond ii among Jewels, and when roaming
In the goblet of the revered invalid, aa bright and
sparkling. Sold by all druggists. ang3t-12
GINS, FOR LONG STAPLE COTTON,
Manulactured and Repaired. Rollers MTT'
edVsteel Wades and other 9*j?gffifffi
angSO-lno East en a Hasel street.
Auction 0aLf8"-gijit (Dag.
Bj WS. McKAY.
STOCK OP A MILLINERY AND FANCY
STOKE. Will be sold THIS DAT, Bib Instant,
at io o'clock, attbeatore, No. 46 wentworth street,
Coat, Dress and Fancy BUTTONS, Colognes. Ex?
tracta, Soaps, Palm and Straw Hats, Aigin*?,
Serpentine and other Braids, Grocbet Cotton .Cord,
Tassels, Ac. Also, black and fancy barine**. Ker?
aeys. Jeans, Prints, Bleached and Brown Shirrings.
(En^inee, jaarrjinerrj, Ut.
PORTABLE, STATIONARY ANO, AGRICULTU?
RAL ENGINES, two to fifty hone-po wer
Circular Saw Hills, Grist Milla
Long and Short Cotton Gins
Qom and Leather Belting
Sperm^ Lard, Tannera', Linseed, Paraphine,
White Oak Oils, Tallow, Ac, Ac,
Engine and HUI snpp 1 les in great variety.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
CORNER MEETING AND CUMBERLAND ST8.
ang22-2moa _ ... ?-.
mJrngg at iOijoUsaU.
UCOMPOUND EXTRACT OF
A RELIABLE HEMED F FOR ALL
DISEASES OF THE URINARY OWm
This ls a solid Extract, and is recommended es?
pecially for Druggists' and Physicians' ase in pre?
scriptions. The quality arid uniform strength la
guaranteed. Tots Extract ia superior to copaiba
and Onbebs, or plain Oil of Sandal. Unlike most"
preparariona or this class, ll does not nauseate. ,
The testimonials of bnndreds lo public and pri?
vat? ii ;e wno nave been cured by inls prepara?
tion could be added; but the proprietor wishes it
to stand upon its own merits, and only asks a
sing le trial co convince the afflicted of tts efficacy.
Circulars aod samples eau be obtained br Ffcy
Blclans en application to
DO WIE, MOISE A DAVIS, .
Agents for So. Ca., Charleston, s. C
""WHY SHAKE AND BURN
PHILLS 15D FEVER?
SILVER SPRINGS, NBAS Oe ALA. FLA.,1 '
Maren 1,1871. ;
MKsans. Do via. Mount A DAVIS, CHARLESTON,
s. c.-Dear Sirs: I regard MOIRE'S FEVER AND>
AGUE PILLS aa a certain enre, and a blessing to
all living in the malarioua districts of the Mouth,
and particularly in the everglades or oar State. -.
Very respect.uhy, joan,
^A?. B. uWBNS, Mi D. .
K IN a STREU, s. o.. December 31,1870....
Ma. B. P. Moms, Cn AULKITON, 8. O.-Dear Biri
I have used your FEVER .IND AODEP?L.LS in
my practice this [all, and have never in tte first
instance failed to relieve my patients. I have
now frequent calla in my drng store for them, ana
I nlwavs recommend them, and with the happiest
results. 1 wisn time yon may nave the satisfac?
tion of knowing that your "Fever and Ague '
Pills" have relieved many under my treatment,
when other medieluea that I have tried have
failed to do. Touro, respectfully.
^ j. s. BKOUK-LSOTONTM. D. '
MKRCATTTRS, BABNWBIX DIST., S.O.,)
Joly 12, WL .
Mn. B. F. MOISB-Dear Slr: lu reply to your
question os to what has been the success of your
FEVKR AND AGUE PILLS, that h.ve been sold
by ns, we wonld say as far aa we know, they
have given entire satisfaction. We shall continue
to recommend them. - r_.
W.T. BLANTON A SON.
** NEAR OBSBN POND, 8. A 0. R. B? 1
Noven uer ll, 1870. J .
MR. B. F. MOIBB-Dear Slr: 1 am glad to say
your FEVER AND AG CE PILLS are ail you elaina*
for them. 1 have used them in my family and on
my place, and In every case they nave proved ef?
fectual; Borne of the cases I had tuougnt chronic,
aa they have lasted over two years. Ia no case
waa more than a Bingle box required, and In no
case has the disease returned, and lt is over three
Toura, AO, B. K. WILSON.
GODRoiN'B DBFOT, N. E. B? B,. Sept. 16,1871.
MESSES. DOWIB, MOISB A DiVis-oira: I ?mim?
proving in healtn almost as fastas I can, laboring
nuder different old chronic diseases. I J?os:
MOIRE'S FEVER AND A GUE PILLS, agreeable to
directions, and And them the best medicine J
have ever taken, and they have made a complete
cure of Chills and Fever on nie, and my case waa
one ef the worau
Tour humble servant, _
WILLIAM J. BRADLEY,
Peedee Railroad Bridge Keeper.
They contain no arsenic or poisonous Ingre?
dients of any kind-nothing ^the lea? degree,
lnjurlona to the system under any ?Uco^tanoej
-and may be administered wltn perfect ialetf
^TOey?ev?r fall to care the most obstinate ease
when taken as directed.
Sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
0 ' ?JOWIE. MOIsE A DAVIS,
. Proprietors and Wholesale Drugalats,
Thia unrivalled Medicine la warranted not to
contain a single particle of Mercnry, or any ?.
jurloua mineral subatance, but la
For forty years lt naa proved Ita great value in
all diaeases of the Liver, Bowels and Kidneys.
ThonsandB of the good and great in all patts or.
the. country vouch for ita wonderfol and pecnuar
power in purifying the Blood, arimolatlng tue
z< rpld Liver and Bowels, and Imparting:new lire
and vigor to the whole system: SIMMONS'S
LIVER REGULATOR la acknowledged to nave
no equal aa a
Q LITER MEDICINE. .
It containa four medical elementa, never unitea
In the came happy proportion in any QtggggC
paration, viz: a gentle Cathartic, a wondul
Tonic an unexceptionable Alterativo and a^r
tain Corrective of all impuritiesi of ?^ft
such signal success haa attended ita use tnat ii m
now regarded as the
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC .Ai
* Ri?Sate the Liver and prevent ?
- CHILLS AND FEVFS. ?
SIMMONS'S LIVER BEaULATOR
Is manufacture^ Z^ILIN4
liAcoa, Oa, and Philadelphia,
_""SSiMgejaent by mail postage
SFSfe11 Cared reidy for use lntatS,
paid, xi ?.* ' r
$160- .nh- P.WINEMANACO.
For sale ?Y ALL DRUGGISTS.
Beworc of aU counterfeits and Imlta
XT www aog8-th?tnrtaw6mo8
C~~lVlL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEEB
1NG at the Renaseloer Polytechnic Institute,
Troy. N.T. Iostructlonsvery practical. Advan?
tages unsurpassed in this country. Graduates
obtain excellent poaltlona. Reopens^Pwmw*
ll. For Annual Register. c*nt8l0'n?lmJ??Ti?
Course ot Stndy and full P?^cal?^fflBd1dm0*.',
Prof. CHAS. DROWNE, Director. aogW-imo