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\ Soft ls this mes bank ;
* Sweet ts the bird's low song ;
Tenderly lie tbe clouds
Tbe quivering shy aloog;
Gently che son's last beams
Rest on yon far off height,
Whilst tbe euclrcllng sea
Trembles beneath their light.
Soft are thy k lises, love;
Sweet ls thy pleadlug tone;
Tenderly lies thy head
Ky throbbing hean upo:-,.
Gently, ah I let ine rest,
Rocked by the deep-drawn sighs,
And watch the evening stars
Gleam from the deepenlug skies.
[Old ana Neto.
THE SEASON AND THE OBOES.
?kk [From the Clarendon Presa]
lr A friend who has juBt travelled from
Lynches Creek to Bantee informs us that tbe
colton crop has been cut off at least one-fourth
from what lt promised three weeks ago. Bust
ls general, the plant ceasing to grow or mature
fruit, and tbe cotton caterpillar appearlug j
; simultaneously In different localities.
S [From the Edgefleid Advertiser.]
These three cotton evils are scourging us
quite seriously Just now. In our immediate
sectionstbecaterplllar is numerous and de?
cidedly active. Some stalks of cotton brought J
Into our office from a neighboring farm, are
as perfect skeletons as were ever Been on the
sea Islands. And the drought and rust are
working band and hand with tbe caterpillar.
That the cotton crop hereabouts will be seri?
ously curtailed, ls quite beyond all question.
[From the Spartanbnrg Spartan ]
The first bale of new cotton was brought to
this marxet by Major S. C. Miller, on the 3d
l?dtant, and sold to Messrs. H. H. Thomson &
Co. for 18i cents. Two bales were brought to
to wp on last Saturday, the 7th, by Major Chas, j
A. ferry, and sold to the same firm at 18 j
cents. One bale, also, on Saturday, the 7th,
by Wm. Alexander. The first bale last season
was brought in by Major C. A. Barry, on the
7th of September, and sold to H. H. Thomson
A Co. at 18 cents, three days later than this
season with ic. difference in price. We learn
that tbe caterpillar and the rust have both
made their appearance In the cotton fields of
[From the Abbeville Press ] .
We learn that the caterpillar or army
worm bas made Us appearance in the vicinity
of Ninety-Six and other points on tbe Saluda,
and threatens to be very destructive to the
?rowing crop. It ls estimated, we learn, that
ie cotton crop on clay lands bas been cut
short one-third by the dry weather, and that
cotton on the sandy lands has suffered a loss
of one-half. The planters are now busily
gathering in tbe crop, and some fields are
already white. The cotton bas opened tbree
orfonr weeks earlier than usual. In af.^w
weeks all the cotton tn many fields will be
on.sn, and a large portion ol the crop will be
thrown apon the market.
[From the Sumter Watchman.]
Cotton is now being rapidly gathered from
the fields, and the necessities of the people,
together with the fair prices ruling, la rush
lng lt Into market. More of the staple has
been sold at Sumter up to the present time
than previously since the war. Probably one
half tue crop has been picked out, and few
unopen bolls ol the main crop will be seen
three weeks hence. The yield ls decidedly
short of the calculations dating even a month
back, while upon the whole the crop will be
little more, if any, than that of last year.
Our planters have generally made fair corn
crops; bot the prevailing drought ls cutting
short-very short-the prospects for rice,
peas and potatoes, essential elements o? the
produce o? tbe farm. This will, no doubt,
produce some scarcity the coming year.
JOTTINGS ABOUT THE STATE.
-Sheron E. Montgomery and Mr. Barney
Bishop, of Spartanburg, died on Monday.
-The schools in Newberry County reopen
on September 1.
-Privates John Monahan, G. F. Ebert and
P. Eagan have riled at Sumter.
-The cotton-plovers on the Fork of Black
Elver have struck lor seventy-five cents a
-The store o? Messrs. Yoe & Hal! at Ninety-1
six was broken open on the 20th ult., and
small amount ol money and a few articles
-The work on tbe new courin ou eo at Abbe?
ville progresses. The brlek work ls BOv eral
feet above the second floor. In two weeks lt
ls estimated the brick work will be finished.
-B. E. Bruce. Mrs. Calvin Pressley, R. N.
Graves, Jr., and Mrs. Pi o ck ney Hu I ns, of the
vicinity of LowndesviUe, Abbeville County,
died last week.
-Tbe Abbeville Medium Interviewed the
contractor for tbe new courthouse whose
laborers bad struck. The contractor thought j
the men had no cause o? complaint, and does |
not mean to give In. .
-At the Abbeville election on Monday the
following ticket was elected: L. D. Bowie,
Intendant; Tnomas M. Christian, Mortimer
Sanders, Tnomas Derrlcott, Isaac Kennedy,
-On Thursday last, a pistol in the hands ot
John. Hennegan, Jr., of Sumter, was acciden?
tally discharged, and shot a young lad, Sid?
ney Brooks. The ball entered his mouth and
lodged, it is supposed, in the roof. It has not
been extracted, and he is suffering much pain
from the wound.
THE NEW YORK VEGETABLE AND j
Tbe Daily Bulletin, ot Tuesday, September
. The supply of new potatoes is fair, and
prices continue about the same. Sweets In
good demand, at $4a4 50. Vegetables con?
tinue slow at about former prices. Our
quotations are in bulk; in shipping or?
der 60 cents per barrel must be added.
We quote as follows: Early Rose at Si 60a2,
and early Goodrich and Jackson whites at
$1 25al 75. We quote vegetables: Green corn
76ca$l per 100. Bed onions, per bbl, $2a2 50;
do Connecticut $2aS 50 per 100 Rlrlogs. Cu?
cumbers, Long Island, 25a50c per 100. Squash,
marrowfat, per bbl 50ca$l. New turnips $125
al 50 per obi. Cabbages $8al2 per 100. Beets,
Jersey, $150. Tomatoes, 60a70c per basket.
Egg plant 75ca$l per dozen. Lima beans
Hal 26 per bag.
Tbe arrivals of peaches to-day were less
liberal, and 26 or 30 cents advance was ob-1
f tamed for choice fruit. Apples continue very
dull; and the prices received hardly cover cost
of packages and freight. Grapes in mo?
derate request at about former prices.
Plums selling fairly at good prices. Other
descriptions of green irait without new |
feature or Importance. We quote as follows:
Apples-Permain, per bbl, $lal 25; fall pippins,
do., 60oa$l 25; pound sweets, do., ?lal 25; i
blush, do.. $1 25al 75. Pears-Bartlett, per
crate, $2a2 50; do., per bbl, $8a9; Dutchess,
do., $7a9; Flemish beauty, perorate, $2 50a3 50;
table, per bbl, $2a3; common, do., $la2. Grapes
-Concord, per lb. 7a9c; Delaware, do., 10al2o.
Peaches-Delaware, good to prime, per crate,
$125al 76; do., fair io good, do., $lal 25; do.,
per basket, 40ca$l; Jersey, do., $30ca$l.
Plums-green gages, per bbl, $5a6; blue do.,
$5a6; blue do., $6a7. Melons-nut me?, Jersey,
per MR, 38oa$l; water, Jersey, per 100, $12a
16; do., seconds and culls, $3al3.
j?r* CLEAR AND BARMIiFiSS AS WA
TER-NATT AN S ' S ORTSTAL DISCOVERY FOR
THE HAIR.-A perfectly clear preparation m one
bottle, as easily applied as water, for restoring to
gray hair Its natural color and youthful appear?
ance, to eradicate and prevent dandruff, to pro?
mote the growth of the bair and stop Its falling
ont. It la entirely harmless, and perfectly free
from any poisonous substance, and will therefore
take the. place of all the dirty and unpleasant
preparations now ta ase. Numer?os testimonials
have been sent us from many or our most promi?
nent citizens, some er which are BU bjorn ed. In
everything m which the articles now m use are
objectionable, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY ls perfect.
It ls warranted to contain neither Sugar of Lead,
Sulphur or Nitrate of Silver, lt doea not soil the
clothes or scalp, ls agreeably perfumed, and
nukes one of (hebest dressings for the Hair ta
' asa. It restores the color of the Hair "more nor
feet and uniformly than any other preparation,"
and always does BO In from three to ten days,
virtually feeding tho roots of the Hair with all
the ncoTlshlag qualities necessary to its growth
and healthy condition; it restores the decayed
and ind aces a new growth of the Hair mere post
I ?veiy than anything else. The application of
thia wonderful discovery also produces a pleasant
and cooling effect on the scalp and gives the Hair
apTonstng and elegant appearance. Price $1 a
bottle, ARTHUR NATT ANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. a
For sale by the Agent, DB. H. BABB, -
. No. i ai Meeting s tree t, Charleston, s. a
Orp ?coos, Gt.
E. W. MARSHALL & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS MD NOTIONS.
We offer to the Trade an unusually Large and
Weil-Purchased stock or the above Gooda, which
win be kept roll daring the Beaeon by a Resident
Rn j er In the Northern Markets, and will be sold
at prices as low as can be obtained elsewhere.
E. W. MARSHALL A CO.,
No. 14? Meeting street, Charleston, S. 0.
se, 9-mwf imo
CLOSING OUT SALE
FMI i GOODS, NOTIONS, M.
We beg to lu form oar mends and the Merchants
generally, that having concluded to close np onr
present bnslness, we now offer eur entire stock for
sale at prices that should induce all to bay who
are la want ol anything In oar line.
Oar Stock ls large and varied, and we are con
fldent that lt will be to the interest or ail City or
Country Dealers to.call on ns before purchasing
STEELE & WARDELL,
No. 187 MEETING STREET, *
Charleston, S. 0.
A BAKE CHANCE FOR BARGAINS !
FOR SALE AT RETAIL,
TO CL08E THE BU8INESS,
rue entire STOCK OF GOODS or the late T. KELLY,
deceased, consisting of a very large and complete
DRESS GOODS, CASSIMERES,
TWEEDS, KENTUCKY JEANS,
aOOP, BALMORAL AND BOULEVARD
HOSIERY, GLOVES AND NOTIONS.
Also, a lull assortment or
DOMESTIC GOODS, LINENS, Ac.
Will be offered for sale,
N QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS
FOR CASH ONLY,
Commencing MONDAY, the 2d or september, and
TO BE CONTINUED FROM DAY TO DAY
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
M. P. O'CONNOR, Administrator.
JJTMNAL OF THE CHURCH.
We are prepared to famish the "HYMNAL" at
Che lowest introduction prices. A variety or
styles; prices from 40c, soc, 76c, $1, and up?
FOG ARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW CATALOGUE, NO. 26.
LIFE AND TIMES OF REV. JOHN WESLEY, by
I'yerman, Vol. 1, $3 60.
A new supply or Rlahop Huntington's Helps tc
i Holy Lent, $126
The Hidden Lite of the S ni, from the French,
jy tue author of "A Dominican Artist," Ac, $160.
Troth aud Trust, Lesson* of the War; lour Ar?
iern ?ermons by Henry Alford, D. D., SI.
M?ditations on the Miracles or Christ, by Rev.
r. s. Howson, Dean or Chester, $160.
Legends ol the Patriarchs and Prophets, by s.
Baring Goaid, M. A., $?..
Lamps, Pitchers and Tram nets, Lectores on the
Tocdtlun of the Preacher, Illustrated by Anec
lotes, Biographical, Historical and Elucidatory,
if every order of Pulpit Eloquence, from n.e
ureat Preachers or all agea, by E. Paxton Hood,
two vi l?mes in one, SI 76.
Half Troths and Troth, Lectures on the Origin
and Development of Prevailing Forms of Un?
belief, considered in relation to the nature and
claims ot the christian System, br Rev. J. M. Man?
ning, D. D., S2.
"Christ ls All," by the Rev. Henry Law, Dean
of Gloucester, or the Gospel or the Pentateuch,
viz: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and
Deuteronomy, each SI.
Ministering Children and Sequel, by Mrs.
Charlesworth, Red Line Edition. Beautifully Illus?
trated, la one voiame, small quarto, $i.
Macduffs New Book, '*Salut Paul la Rome,"
the Teachings, Fellowships, and Dy lug Testimony
of the Great Apostle In the City of the Casars, by
J. lt. Macduff. D. D., SI 26.
Sermona for Sunday Evenings, London Religi?
ous Tract Society, SI 60.
Bede's Charity, by Hoaba Stretton, author or
"Max Kramer," '-Alone In London," Ac, SI 60.
Pabilo and Parlor Readings, Prose and Poetry,
or the use of Reading Cluos, Ac, by Monroe
Science Record for 1872, a compendium of
Scientific Progress and Discovery during the past
year, with Illustrations, edited by E. A. Beach,
Heart-Throbs of Eminent Authors, compiled by
Wm. Hard castle Browne, A. M., $150.
Tue Southern Poems ot the War, collecte- and
ranged by Miss Emily V. Mason, of Virginia, $2
NEW NOVELS, Ac.
Levels ot Arden, by M. E. Braddon, 75c.
Kate Beaumont, by J. W. DeForest. 7?c.
^Two Family Mothere, by Marie Sophie schwartz,
How WUl lt End? by Heywood, si 50.
More Than She Cunld Hear, a Story or the
Gachup?n War In Texas, by Hesper Renbow,
Ought We to Visit Her ? by Anule Thomas, $176.
The Sylvesters, by thc anthor ot "Kitty," 4c,
FOGARTEE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
NO. 260 KING STREET (in thc Bend,)
mchi9-tntha Charleston, S. 0.
JJR. BAER'3 IMPROVED VEGETABLE
The proprietor or these Pills confidently be
lleves that he has succeeded, by a sklirul combi?
nation of vegetable remedies, In producing a pre
paiallon that w?l bring health and happiness to
the unfortunate sufferer. In the following dis?
eases they have beon nsed by thousands with
most wonderful euccess: Bilious Disorders and
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head?
ache, Costiveness, Loss or Appetite, Neuralgia
Dropsy, Di sentory, Pile?, Diseases of the Sum'
Pain In the Side, Bacs and Limbs, Mck Headache,
and all derangements of the Stomach.
These Pills may be taken with perfect safety by
persons of any age or Bex. No family should be
?Tlce 25 cents a box: 6 boxes for one
The usual discount to the trade.
For sale by ^T0^ K
aag9 -^m 131 Meeting
FOR TWO DAYS ONLY.
DHE MONARCH AND MASTODON COMING
CHARLESTON, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, Sep?
tember 13 and 14.
150 MEN AND HORSES-1050 ANIMALS AND
BIRDS-Only Six Tent sbow In tue World.
3 RE AT EASTERN Menagerie, Museum. Aviary,
eirena-Koman Hippodrome. Egyptian
Caravan and Balloon Sbow.
I GREAT ZOOLOGICAL ANO ARENIC TRIUMPH.
L Stupendous World Exposition Railroad, at an
expense of $34.o dally, which lt pays out in
the cities and towns where lt exnlblts.
requiring seventy six cars and three large en?
gines to transport lt In i s overwhelming magnl
ude and elegant pi r feet lon, large enough to s wal
ow up half a dozen exhibitions auch as usually
tarade tbe country aud l?dame the public with
ensatlonal advertising and delusive pledges.
Six Colossal Pavilions, covering three solid
.cres of ground, and aggregating nearly ten tholl?
and yards of canvas.
?iT* Three Glorious Performances given each
lay. A Grand Moral Matinee at io A. M.
A Herd of Elephants, Drove of Camel?, Ava
anche of Buffaloes, Team of Horned Moosrs, :c
;old and crimson Dens, flllrd with the rarest
peclmens of Wild Animals and Birds, sud a start?
ing and extravagant display of Wonders, ?tam?
al. Scientific and Instructive.
Twelve Equestrians, Ten Lady Riders. Sixty Per
nrmer. Two Elaborate Orchestras, Three Brass
md Reed Bands, Qrnud Musical Steam Plano, and
nost gorgeous, costly and eloquently equipped
Ure-t Procession tver given, reminding oue of I
he fabled oriental Pageant of tne olden time1.
Joui'i- circus Troupe and Double Cl-cns rerform
ncts given la sep irate tents at the same hour,
l grauitioua Bnlloou Ascension given prior to the
in erm on exhibition every day.
Remember tnls Monster Exhibition-poslllrciy
he largest and ruo-t expensive on earth-will
'Ult Charleston as advenlsed. Arrangements
i tve been mane with tho principal railroad lines
un-.lng Into the city io' bring the peipl? at half
are io witness the wi nders of this World's Fair.
Admission to the monster tdx tents, to which
here aro thiec separate entrances, ls the us. ai
irlce chnrged to snows of one-sixth the Great
eastern's capacity aud attractions: Admission
il; Children 50 cents.
Three Ticket Wagocs are used to avoid all crush
$100,000 that the Great Eastern ls tho Biggest
ihow on earth, the public to be Judge.
Look out for the Brilliant Procession with the
.lons, Tigers and Pan triers loose In the streets.
Charles wa, September 13 and 14; Beaufort. Sep
ember 16. A. R. SCOTT, agent.
Drugs at tJJijolcsale.
REACHING THE NORTH POLE.-IT
is claimed that the North Pole will certain
i uo rt ached by one of the expeditions now In
sarch or lt. Suppose lt should bc, and the Amer
ian flag should be hoisted there, to revolve with
ie axH o' earth once In twenty-four hours (I)
bat tnen t Would the discover; be ouc-tenth as
aluaole to the world In general aa
'arrant'? JSfferrescent Seltzer Aperient
to the sick and suffering ? ls not an agreeable
reparation, that will care todigesilou, conattpa
rjo, nervousness bilious complaints,and all man?
ir of Internal disturbance* arising from debility,
,' more importance to mankind than the location
: the Pole t Rather I The true article ls proc?r?
ale at all good drug stores. sep!2-i2
5EEF, WINE AND IRON
BEEF, WINE, IRON AND CINCHONA.
These elegant and excellent stimulating Tonics
re now gottlng luto general use, especially in
asea of delicate females aud eli I ni. eu. They ma;
e bad of DR. H. BARR,
No. 131 Meeting street.
A fall steck of Ellxlra, and ull the other new
hannacentlcal Preparations, always kept on
gXCELSIOB HAIR TONIC.
This pr?parai lon ts just what manv persons
eeJ. They wUh uo oije, bat oaly a Hair Wa?.h,
r Hair Dressing-sometnlng that will keep tho
air clean, and at the same time be a peasant
afr dressing-not. too greasy. The "Excelsior"
leets all these Indications, and should be given
trial. Fifty cents a bottle; five bottles lor two
ollars. A liberal discount to i he trade.
For sale by tho Manufacturer.
DR. H. BAEK, No. 131 Meeting street.
.VJL Sulphuric Acid
Bicarbonate of Soda
cream or Tartar
Alcohol, OS per cent
Ac, Ac, ftc.
At lowest market rates. By
DR. H. BAER, No. 131 Meeting street.
j Bath sponges
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
Ko. 131 Meeting street.
? lilTE SULPHUR SPRINGS WATER, rrom the
Celebrated Greennrier White sulphur Springs
For Bale by DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
<j The real, genuine, Imported article, In
ni?rent styles, comprising:
oseph Antoni Farina
Jean Marla Farina
"4711" (Francois Marie Farina.).
Also, a very superior Cologne, of my own mau
iracture, put up In all styles.
Give lt a trial. DR. H. BARR,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
_No 131 Meei nig street.
rO BAKERS I
Dr. H. BAEK offers at the low? st market
atea the lollowlng articles, of which be aiways
teepB a good stock on hand:
laroona te or Ammonia-IQ jars and in bulk
Cream of Tartar-pare
Supercarbonate of Soda
' resh Hops-pressed and loose
Ginger, Race and Ground
CU ot Lemon
Extract or Vanilla, marte of tua be^t fresh bean
For salo Wholesale and Retail at
DR. DAK K's Drag Store,
_ No. 131 Meei mg street.
^ Y R I N G E S .
My assortment of SYRINGE3 is unusually large.
am Agent tor tho sajo of the FOUNTAIN
?YRINGE, unquestionably the ?estof all Syi lunes,
specially fort-eir use. lt ls simple, ?ludent, easy
o manage, and cannot get out of order. Uue will
ist a lifetime. Our best physicians recommend lt.
I al?o have a fall stock or Mai tann's. Davidson's
nd other Bulb Syringes; atv o Qlass aud Hard
tubber Sftln.ej, and the HYPODERMIC SYR.
NOE. U- BAER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
No. 131 Meeting street.
StgncnUnre, ^rjTticaunre, &t.
pRUIT TREES, SMALL FRUITS,
) RN AM EN TAL TREES AND PLANTS, CHOICE
GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS, ftc
A splendid stock of the choicest varieties.
Send for descriptive catalogue and price Hst.
All Trees well packed BO as to carry safely to
my part or the United State?.
SMALL FRUITS AND SMALL PLANTS,
if all kinds, sent by mall, postage paid, to any
lostofflce in the United States.
EDWARD J. EVANS A CO.,
Nurserymen and Seedsmen,
th4moB York, Pa, ,
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK.
CASH ASSETS, JANUARY 1, 1873.84,073,048
GEORGIA HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
CASH ASSETS, JANUARY 1, 1873.I|504,808
' RISKS TAKEN OS ALL CLASSES OP PROPERTY IN THE / BOVfi PROMPr, LIBERAL AND
RELIABLE COMPANIES. ,
BPpO-fmwO_ HTJT?OlV LEE, Agent.
2Drg ?oooG, Ut.
DRY Gr O O I> S I
DEY GOODS ! DEY GOODS !
CLOSING-OUT SALE OF
THE BEST STOCK OF DRY GOODS
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES AT
NO. 244 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
PREVIOUS TO REMOVING TO OUR NEW STORE,
IVO. 275 KIIVO STREET,
BROWNING'S OLD STAND,
All of OUT Goods on Hand now will be Sold at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
FUECHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
NO. 244 KING- STREET.
!9f]irte uno Jfnrni0i)ing ?00?3.
To Make Room For
OPPOSITE MARKET HALL
13 NOW CLOSING OUT
HIS UNEQUALLED STOCK OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
INCLUDING THE FAMOUS
JLT O OST!
CALL AND EXAMINE FOR YOURSELVES !
Moora, Sashes ana ?lin?s
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
STORE DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
MOULDINGS, WINDOW OLASS, -
NEWELS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
BALUSTERS, SLATE MANTELS.
OFFICE AND SALESROOMS,
No. 20 Hame street,
FACTORY, HO ELB EC K'S WU A B F
Cigars, f&o?atto, Gt.
WHOLESALE AND RE TALL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KINO STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO ol all kinds.
PIPES o? every quality,
Call and examine stock before buying else
WILLIABf SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N.B.-Tue Wneel of Fortune constantly 01
lund. Invest 36 cents and try your toot.
PIAN08 AND ORGANS,
Famished at factory price] for Cash, or by
Monthly Pay meats on the motit liberal terms.
CHARLES L. M'CLEN'ADAN',
Plano and M?sle Store,
sBp3-4mcm No. 101 King street.
?njines, ittocrjinertj, &t.
PORTABLE, STATIONARY AND AGRICULTU?
RAL ENGINES, two to fifty horse-power
Circular Saw Mills, Grist Mills
Lous and Short Cotton oms
Gum and Leather Be't'ng -
Sperm, Lar-" " i? aers', Linseed, Paraphlne,
White Oak oils. Tallow, Ac, Ac
Engine and Mill Supplies In great variety.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
CORNER MEETING AND CUMBEBLAND STS.
?rano flri?e Dis:ribn?ion.
THE GRAMM CONCERT
Jk. FIXED FACT,
SEPTEMBER 28 THE DAY.
YOUR TICKETS NOW OB NEVER.
T?e vast salea of Tickets alrra?y made, and the
Increasing demand for them from all quarters
having determined the Trustees that the Grand
Gift Concert tor tbe benefit of tue Public Library
of Kentucky, advertl-eu for ?UTUHDAY, Septem?
ber 28,1072 shall positively come off on that day
without postponement, the Management now
notifies all who expect to part cipate la the draw?
ing t hat they should buy thar rickets at once.
Delay lor a few dav B caused many who wanted
Tickets at the Concert tn Di cemoer last to go
without them. Some living la Louisville waited
until sales were closed, expecting, no doubt, a
postponement, and then ofleied fifteen, twenty
and even twenty-live dolla: a for Tickets which
tue day before were offered to purchasers at the
regular price. Others living at a distance sent
thousands of dollars by mail und express, which
got here sfier salea were cloned, and had to be
aent back. These disappointments need not
occar iigala if the warning uow given lu due
season is heeded.
The drawing will begin precisely at Pix o'clock
SATURDAY M-KSISO, September 88. IST.', ia the
great hall or the Public Library Bulldlug, and
continue uutll the One J him.-and Gifts are all
List of Gifts.
One Grand Girt, cash.$100.000
0. e Grand Gift, cash. 60,000
ono uirt, cash. '25,000
Out Gill, caah. 20.000
One Oitr, cash. 10,000
One Giri, casn. lu.ooo
One Gift, cash. O.ooo
one uift, cash. 8,000
une oin, cash. 7,000
one Gilt, cum. o.oto
urie uiit, cash. 6,000
Ono Glit, casu. 4,000
One Gift, cash. 3,000
4 Gifts of 12,000 each, casu. 8 ouo
16 Guts of $1,000 each, cash. 16,000
20 Gifts or $003 each, casu. 18,000
21 Gifts of $800 each, cash. 10 ooo
26 Girts or $700 each, ca-,h. 17,600
as Gilts of $BOO each, cash. 21.000
45 Gifts of $500 ouch, cash. 5J2 6U0
60 Girts or $400 each, casu. 20.00U
60 outs or $300 each, c .sh. is,ooo
100 Girts of HM each, cash. 2u.uu0
612 Gifts of $ too each, cash. 61,1:00
Total, 1,000 Gins, all cash.$500,000
The Concert ltse.f will ba the most oriliiant or?
chestral display that ever occurred la the West,
uue hundred performers, gathered from all parts
of tins country aud from Europe, under the di?
rection of Professor Hast, wil contribute to this
grand musical carnival. And to afford ample
room for every ticket-bolder tc enjoy such an un
usuai musical festival, the Concert will be xiveu
lu Cern ral Park, where arrangements have been
made to accommodate all who may come.
Persons holding whole, half or quarter tickets
will be admitted to both the concert and drawing,
and none without such tickita will be admlttea
Price of Tickets.
Whole tickets, $10; halves, $5; quarters, $2 ?0;
lt who e tickets for $100; 28 ror $255; 66 for $500;
110 for $1000; 285 fur $2h00; 575 for $6000. No dis
count on leas than $ioo worth ol tickets at a time
In accordance with numerous solicitations, ar?
ra- cements nave Qecn made with ail the railroad
and s'eamboat Unes leading Imo the city for the
sale of round-trip tickets, gonn ror alxdays, to
all persons who ma? wish to attend thu Concert
and Drawing. Such tlCKCts Will be furnished by
the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, the Louis?
ville, ctnciunai and L xing.on Railroad, the
Louisville, Indianapolis and Madison Railroad,
the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, the Louisville
and Clnclnnarl Mallboat Line, and the Louisville,
0 wensoorJ and Henderson Mall Line Packets.
All agents are required to close sales aud make
their returns In lau time to reach this office by
Thursday, september 26. To co thia successfully
those located at sreat distances must close some
days before the 25tb.
all tickets to which gifts ari awarded will be
paid without discount by the Farmers' and
Drovers' Bank, either in eui rency or by sight
draft anon the Fourth National Bank of New Yurk,
at option of the holder. The tl ;kets must first be
presented at this offlie, Room ?? 0.4, Public Library
building, before they will be pi.M ny tue Bank.
Tne drawing will be published 'n the Louisville
rapara and Ntw York Herald, and ottleUi copier
seut to purchasers to whom tickets have bees
seat uy letter.
THUS..E. 1 ?RAM LETTE,
Ageat PabUc Libra:'y or Kentucky.
Public Library Building, Louisville, Ky.
F. VON SANTEN, Ageut, Charleston, S. C.
jp 0 H NEW TOBK.
ON 1 HUBS DAY, SEPTEMBER 19, AT 7
O'CLOCK P. M.
HEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 18TC
BTATE-EO?MS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewheel steamship
GEORGIA, Holmes, Commander, will
Ball for New York on THURSDAY. September 19, at
I o'clock P. M., rrom Pier No. 3, Union Wharves.
Through BUla of Lading to Liverpool sud tte
New England cities as nsnaL
In . ?. mee by steamers of this Line x per cent.
Fer /'.eight or Passage Engagements, having
very Dne DUCK Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., NO. 2? Broad street,
or te WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves
JpOR NEW TOBE.
HEW YORK AND CUA11LKSTO?
The splendid Sldewheel Steamship MANHAT?
TAN, M. S. WoodbuL Commander, will sall
from Adger's Sonth Wharf on SATURDAY, Sep?
tember 14. at 3 o'clock P. M.
19? narine insurance by this Une % per cent.
49- The MANHATTAN has superior accom
roooations for passengers, and her table ls BOD
plied with all or the delicacies of the New York
ana Ohariestoa markets.
' tar Through Bills of Lading given on cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence, md the New Eng
land manufacturing towns.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply tc
JAMES ADGBR A co., Agents.
Tile CHARLESTON follows on TUEBDAY. 17th
September, at S o'clock P. M._sepll-4
nriHE PHU?ADELPHIA .IKON STEAM
JL - LINE.
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIP?
GULF STREAM, Captain Hantcr,
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
Are now regularly on the Line, insuring a first
class Bea connection between Philadelphia ant:
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad Oom
panles at both termini, afford rapid transportation*
to and from all points in the Cotton States, an',
to and from Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest. Boston
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing cen
?-The GULF STREAM ls appointed to sall (rom
Brown's Wharf, ;on FRIDAY, september 18, at 3
O'Clock P. M.
??.The VIRGINIA will follow.
For particulars of Freight arrangements, applj
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. U
Sonth Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
?HANGE OP SAILING DATS,
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers or the above line leave Pier J*Z<?B*L
No. 42. North River, loot or Canal street. 22LJ^2?
Now York, at 13 o'clock noon, or the lum. w, a
and 30th of every month, except when these dates
fall on sunday, then the Saturday preceding.
All departures connect at Panama witt: steam?
ers for sonth Pacific and Central American ports.
For Japan and China, Si earners leave San Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt falls on
Sunday-then on the day preceding.
No California Steamers touch at Havana,but
go direct from New York to Aspin wai).
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tiokets or other information, apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on toe
wurr foot or Canal street, North River, New
York. F. R. BABY, Agent.
JpiOR LIYEBPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWP
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
.ffijjjrjft STEAM COMPANY jjjfflj
Win dispatch one of their first-class, mil powei
Iron Screw Steamships from
PIER No. 4? N. R-, EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
steerage Passage (Office No. 39 Broadway) $sc
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. OS WaR street. N. T.
H. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool lssuet
ay the Charleston and New York ? teamen, whlo?
make close connection with the above line.
For particulars and rate or Freight apply to
JAMES ADOER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
maye Qr WM. A. COURTENAY.
EEKLY LINE T'O
SAVANNAH, GA., AND SEMI-WEEKLY TO
BEAUFORT, S. C.
Captain W. T. McNe?ty,
WIR leave Accommodation Wbarr , .^TT^fc.
eery MONDAYMoKMhO.at 8 o'clock,. ^y, iirtgiHn
for Savannah, Beaufort, Hilton Head aud jp^uuu
Wells. Returning, will leave savannah every
1 uss PAY MONNING.
Will i- ave tor Beaufort, Paclao an i Cblaolm's
Landings every THURSDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock.
Keturnlng, will leave Beaufort every FRIDAY
Freights received WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS
must be prepaid to Way Lauulngs.
Couslgnments to care of Agents will be for?
warded free of storage or commission.
Freight received-ior points ou Savannah River,
to be transferred to Steamer CLYDE, which leaves
Savaonan every TUESDAY MORN; NO.
Cabin Patauge to Beaufort, $8.
Leek Passage to Beaufort, $i co.
For engagements apply to
BAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
aep!2-3_No. 80 East Bay.
TO AND FROM SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.
The Mt. Pleasant and Sullivan's . . ?jr^?w
Island Ferry Company will ron one<nEBH2
or their Steamers every EVENINO, commencing
WEDNESDAY, the nth inst., leaving Ferry Wharf,
foot of Market street, at 7 o'clock, P. M.; return
lng, leave the Island at lox o'clock, P. M., nnti
Fare for round trip. 35 cents.
Sepio E. PRENDERGAST, Agent.
OR F L O B I D A ,
The Splendid Steamer DICTATOR,
Captain L. M. Coxetter, will leave .eau 'ira*
Chartebton every TUESDAY EVENINO, atjia^pasti
O'Clock, for SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA.JACK
BONVILLE. PA LATE. A, ANO ALL LANDlNUk
ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. , ".R ITITI
Returning, DICTATOR will leay?> FALATKJ
THURSDAY NIGHT. SAVANNAH SATURDAY MDB?
INO. arrivlvlng here same afternoon.
ftlES&H^Btti BPlendld a,
commodatlons, *$$gsEL & 00.t Agents,
Corner Vanderhorat'B Wharf and East Bay.
auof whloh he sells at the lowest prices.
atufott goUg^gqit Ogg.
By J. A. E5SL0W & CO.
IRON COTTON TIES. ,..s;.
THIs MORNING, (Friday) 13th Install, at 10
o'clock, will be sold lil front of oar store, No. 82
East Bay, .-,. T ^,,>,S}?;;
20 tons Iron Button TIES. " . Bepl8- ?
ByWiLMcKAr. ^ -
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,, jfi?O^B,
Ac Will be told THIS DAT, at lQ.o'clocX,
at Na 45 Wentworth street, a small l?twortBd
Household FURNITURE, Carpeting, WotL Mat
tre3ses. Ac_ , ,_".,aepl8'
By HILES DRAKE. :
CLOTHING, HATS, Ac
TBIs MORNING, at lOo^lOC*, I will sell, at
my Bear Salesroom, No. 1 Ll ben y s treen?, .
CWA fine stock of Men's CLOTHING, Ladles?
Shawls, Towels, Table Oloths, Cravats, Napkins.
AC, AC. ? .'. r.r<T
. x ALSO.
A lot of Ladles' and Misses' SHOES, in car
[ toons, and Men's and Boya? Hats. sepu
By LOWNDES & ?SBALXT~
FOUR FINE BUILDING LOM IN THB
Town of Summerville, near the Depot, itt
auction. .r ->.-; ?
By virtue of an order ef Court to me directed
3y the Hou. R. F. Graham, Judge of the rTrst=ClrJ
cult, I will oner for sale at the o id Post?nico, "?
Broad street, on TUESDAY, cotober.l, l87jLaV?i
o'clock, ...... vT-.
All those FOOB LOTS OF LAND In the TowttiQt
Summerville, known as the Hamilton Lots, meas?
uring and containing four acres eachj nifore or
less; batting and bounding north by t and? of
Souih Oarolloa Railroad, south by 7th. Sauih
ST?,1* west by Main street, and east Iryi^BWof- -
5?S??L?^oUn? Rallroad, au of whicttlismore
particuldTly shown by reference had tc plat of
John R, stell, made November 80, lSSO^Piat
above referred to may. bs seen at tho office or
Lowndes A Grlmball. , ., ,
Terms-One third cash; balance In one and two
years, seenred by bind or the purcbtf>arv.witn.
mortgage or the property sold, pajableln.two
equal successive instalment, wi h Interest from -
day or sale, payt ble annually. Purchaser IO pay -
ror papers and stamps.. . .,.'.-:,..<..,r. "
leplM_MITCHELL" c. gtso;-Trust?e. .
By LOWNDES & GRINDALL,
Auctioneers. ; . ??/C;.:
REAL ESTATE AT AUOTION**-D VfU) ""
T. FEWELL et al, vs. MART FE WELL et
ai. Ia The Common Pleas for Charleston Conntv.
ID Equity. ,f- "j .... fi
In pursuance of aa order of sale la trie aboye .-.
case, to me directed by the Hon. R. F. Graham,
Judge or the First circuit, I wl.l offer for sale, at
?ubncauction, at the Postofflce. Broad.street,
CESDAY, the ist day of october, IB72, at u
o'ciook A. M.,
Ail that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
on Wasaamarsaw swamp, measuring and con
t ul nt u g six hundred and thirty -six acres, an by at
survey thereof made ny Wm. H. Mellara? Deputy
Surveyor; butting and boondin* north' and: ?
northeast on Lands late or J. ' B. E*rne-t. ond
east and southeast on Land .'ate or Wm. Mc-sray, ,
and south ano. west on Land of Joseph Kurray."
Terms-One third cash: balance la two eqatl -
successive annual instalments, secured by Oond.
I of the purchaser and mortgage of tho .premUoa
sold. Purchaser to pay the Referee . for paper?
and stamps. EDW. MOOBADY. JB,,
sepa rtu-S . - Referee.
Sa?roa?i.. - : A
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
0HABLK8T0N. s. C., May Mrl??*? " -.
On and after SUNDAY, May 19, the Passen?
ger Trains on toe Sooth Carolin a Railroad will run
aa follows: "' ""
Leave Charleston.aio A IC
Arrive at Augusta.43Sr x
FOB OOLUXUIA. ????"'.! : rf
Liave Charleston.:........ ?YLQ A X
Arrive at colombia......... ld PM
FOB 0EABLB8T0H. . ::0?J:\T*
Leave Angosta. 7.40 A M
Arrive at charleston.8.20 p M
Leave Colombia.7.40-A' X ?
Arrive at Charleston.WF?
ADSUBTA NIGHT BXFBBSS. .." ., .
(Sundays excepted.) - J
Leave Charles ton...... 7.2a r x
Ai rt ve at Augusta.APO i>
Leave Angosta.........'*?.. 7.40 r- x
Arrive at Charleston.e.? A X
COLUMBIA N1QHT XXraXSS. .-,., '.. r.
(Sundays excepted.) " 1 "
Leave Charleston..;....... 8.20p.x
Arrive at Columbia., 8.? AM
Ltave Columbia. 6.60 P M
Arrive at Charleston.5.66 AX
Leave Sommerville at. 7.25 A X .
Arrive at charleston at.v. BM x x
Leave Charleston at.3.30 <ju*
Arrive at sommerville at.. 4.45 p.x
GAXDHf BBAMOH. '/..f^>.r
Leave Camden.. cu AU
Arrive at Colombia... louo.A x
Leave Columbia.:. 1.4? r M
Arrive at Camden.9.26 r M
Day and Night Trains connect at Angosta with
Macon and augusta Railroad, Centra) Railroad
and Georgia Railroad. This ls the quickest and .
most direct mote and as comfortable and cheap an
any other route to Lou u< vate, cincinnati chicago,
at. Lon ls and all other points Westaul Northwest.
Columbia Night Tram connecte with Green vide
and Columbia Railroad ; and Day and Night Trains
connect with Charlotte Road. . ""
Through tickets on sale Tis. 'his nat? to an
points North. ,; . .
Camden Train connects at KUngvUl? d&Py (ex?
cept sundays) with Day Passenger Train,'mad \
runs through to Columbia. .:;; .) v -
A. L. TYLER, Ylce-Premdent. %
S. B. PIORENS. G. T. A._ ~]an?
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD 'COM?
S?FBBTNTXXDBMX'S OFFICB, . n\J fr;;
CHABLISTON, >. C., AUgUnt IL 187.2. J.
On and arter toe li th instant, the following
THROUGH RATEa OF ERE 1GB r to and from;thO
cheraw and Oarllogton Railroad will beadon ted
by the routes via CHARLESTON and WILMING?
TON: rs s
I 1st I 2d. 1 sd ; 4th fl 6th
I Class. Class. Clase. liJla?aj01*J?.
New York. ito 140 iso flo:!i/TO.
PaOadelpma... 170 140 - ISO I . 90 , LYO
Ballimore. ISO ISO 110 | SO I eo
From Baltimore, Corn H cents per bushel. ?>.
Prom Baltimore Flour $1 per barrel.
Cotton, to New York, $4 per bale.
Cotton, to Philadelphia. $4 per bale.
Cotton, to Baltimore, $3 60 per bale. -
For copies of Bates and Classification, apply to
Agents on Line of Oneraw and Darlington Rail?
road, or to _ " " " . -
S. S. SOLOMONS, Supt. N. E. B. B..
A. POPE, Gen. A gt W., 0. and A. B-B.,
Darlington, Marlboro', Chesterfield and
Wauesboro' papers copy._aogl3-tnttmo?
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
PANY. .. mtd
_ . m
OHABLBSTON, 8. C., June 8,1872.
Trains wu! leave charleston Daily at 10:1* A. M
and 8.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 0.00 A M. (Mondays -ex?
cepted) and 8 P. M.
Tram does not leave Charleston 8.00 P. M., BUB- .
Train leaving io.15 A. M. mates through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acqula
Creek only, going through In 44 hoars. . . -
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P. M. Train hara
choice or route, via Richmond aaa Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore, Those leaving
Fain AT by this Train lay over on S?HDAT in Bal
tlmore. Those leaving on SATUBDAY remain SUN*
DAT la Wllmlngtou, N. C. " rj
This ls the cheapest, quickest and moat pleas?
ant route to cincinnati. Chicago and otoer pointa
Weat and No thweat, both Traliifl maxing,C?n
nec?ons at Washington with Western Train? ot
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. . ,
Engineer and Superintendent. '
P. L. OLEAPOR. Gen. Ticket Ageoc maval
AT ANN AH AND CHARLESTON
0HABLB8T0M, June 13, 1872. t
On aad after MOMDAT,' Joue iTtb, .thai**
Benger Trains on this Hoad will run aa follows.
EXPRESS TRAIN. '
Leave Charleston dally...-.JSSP M!
Arrive at Savannah dally.lija p! 5.
Leave Savannah dally..**r??. n.
Arrive at Char leaton dally. .. * ^ ?
Leave Charleston, Soodaysexcepted.. A?.:
irX at savannah, S^agd- ** ggi
Lsojre ?JfflfM^SgS?rn? e.M P.-M.
Arr ve at Charleston, auouoj M. train .
rvoi^nr forwaraea a any ou uuuuguwwuuai.
toSSffiSFlto Florida and by ^vaunah Una of
SeamsWs to Boston. Prompt dlspa^ByeTt?
Shui for Beaurort and points on-Porr Boyal
Sa iroad and at as low rates as by. any other linc
TickeM on sale at tola office for Beaufort over
port Boyal Railroad. . c. 8. GADSDEN, -
Eaglnner and s aperintendent -
s. 0.30YLST0N. Gen'i Ft and llcket Agent.
Jnni4 _ '_' ' ' :"
VAN DEUSBN'SWORM OONFECHQNS
(Made of Pore aantonine ) . ?
neasant, reliable and eflWtuai; has stood tne
teat or many yearu.
For sale Wholesale and Retail by
DB, H. BABB, No. 181 .Meeting street.