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BT HIN KY TIM ROD.
It mar be through some loreign grace,
And unfamiliar charm of face;
lt may be that across the foam
Which bore her from her childhood's home,
Ssome strange spell, my Katie brought
jng with English creeds and thought
Entangled m her golden hair
Some English sunshine, warmth and air I
I cannot ten, but lure to-day.
A thousand billowy leagues away
Prom that green Isle wuose twilight skies
Bo darker are than Katie's eyes,
She seems to me, go where soe will,
An English girl In England still I
I meet her oa the d ns ty street.
And daisies spring about her feet,
Or touched to life beneath her tread,
An English cowslip Hits Its head,
And, as to do her grace, rise up
The primrose and the buttercup I
I roam with her through fields of cane,
And seem to stroll an English lane,
Which, white with blossoms of the May,
Spreads Its green carpet in her way I
Aa fancy wills, the path beneath
Is golden gorse or purple heath;
And now we hear ol woodlands dim
The unarticulated hymn.
Now walk through rippling waves of wheat,
Now sink lu mats 01 cover sweet,
Or see before us from the lawn
The lark go np to greet tne dawn t
All birds that love the English sky
Throng round my path when she is by:
The blackbird from a ne gnborlng thorn
With mnslo h rims the cup of meru,
And ina thick, melodious rain
The mavis pours her mellow strain i
Bot only when my Katie's voice
Makes all the listening woods rejoice,
I near-with cheeks that flush and pale
Tbs passion Of the nightingale 1
Anon the pictures round her change.
And through an ancient town we range,
Whereto the shadowy memory clings
Of one of England's Saxon Kings,
. And which to shrine hi* roding fame,
"?still keeps hts ashes and his name.
A moment by the Norman tower
We panse; it ls the Sabbath honr I
And o'er the city sinks and swells
The chime of old st. Mary's bells,
Wbiob still resonad In Katie's ears
As sweet as when in dlstaut years
She heard them peal with Jocund diu
A merry English Christmas In.
We pass the abbey's ruined arch,
And statelier grows my Katie's march,
As round her, wearied with the taint
Or Transatlantic pine and paint,
She sees a thousand tokens c jat
Of England's venerable Past I
Our reverent footsteps lastly claims
The younger chapel of st. James.
(Whose late foundation yet outdates
The oldest of the Yankee States I)
There Katie in her childish days
Spelt ont ber prayers ana lisped her praise;
And happy, as her beanty grew,
Did mach as other maidens do
Across the pews and down the aisle
Sent many a beau-bewllderiog smile,
And to subserve her spirit's ueed,
Learned other things beside the creed I
There, too, to-day, her knee she bows,
And by ber one whose dsrker brows
Betray the Southern pulse that yearns
in the wild passionate heart which barns
Beside ber ww n an earthlier wine
Than doth beseem a Christian shrine.
Ah I doth the guileless malden know .
Kimi Angels warn her or the foe t
Alas I what boots lt f who eau save
A waling victim of the wave ?
Who cleanse a heart that love* its guilt ?
Or gather wine when wine ls spilt ?
We quit the holy house and gain
The open air; then, happy twain,
Adown familiar streets we go,
And now and then she turns to show
With fears that all ls changing fast.
Borne Boot that's sacred io her past I
Here by this way. through shadows oool,
A Unie maid sbe tripped to Softool;
and there each morong used to stop
Before a wonder or a shop
Which ahone with sugared stars and suns.
And sold sn ch dear, delicious buns l
?Twas yonder with their hateful noise,
Dismissed from books, she met the boys,
Who, with a barbarous scorn of girls,
Glanced slightly at her sonar curls,
And laughed and leaped aa reckless by
- 'AB though no pretty race were t Iga
Bot-here the malden grows demure
Indeed she'? not BO very sure.
That in a year, or haply twain,
Who looked, e'er failed to look again.
And, Booth to say, I little doubt,
(Some azure day the truth will om I)
That certain neta from certain eyes
Caught many an unsuspecting prize;
And somewhere underneath tneae eaves
A budding flirt put forth Its leaves i
Hath not the sky a deeper blue,
Have not the trees a greener hne,
And bend they not with lordlier grace
And nobler shapes above the place,
Where, on one clondiesa winter morn,
My Katie to the eanh was born?
But-wave the foliage as lt may.
And let the skies be ashen gray- I f
. Thus much a lover's heart at least. I j.
In that fond fate whereof the priest i '
Di altar. Ure and offering too, I *
Or each, or all, may hold as true :
ir IA his ey ea, the spot where first
Bia mis treai an to blossom buist,
By that Bweet fact is made divine,
He yet might choose a meaner shrine, I ?
And still no greater Binner be I c
Than many a pious devotee.
And therefore-let them sneer who will
I stoop and kiss the sacred elli I
So strongly sometimes on the eenBe
These fancies hom their influence,
That In long, well-knowu streets I stray
Uko one who rears to loee hie way.
The stranger, /, the native, she.
Myself, not Kate, have crossed the sea;
And changing place, and mixing times, fl
I walk in unfamiliar climes I I
These weary wails and basement a thick
Of glaring pine and vulgar bi lok, 1
Assume a sturdy English air, fl
AB muttering: "Enter I if you dare l" <j
While If I Issue from the town,
An English hill looks greenly down,
j6r ronnd me rollB an English park,
And m the Broad I hear the Lark I
ThuB when, where woodland violets hide,
I stroll with Katie at my side,
It scarce wonld seem auiai to say:
"Katie I my home iles far away
Across the plangent world or brine,
In the yoong land of palm and ploe I
There, by the tropic heats, the soul
ls touched aa UT with living coal
And glows with such a fire as none
Can feel beneath a Northern sun.
Un lesa-my Katie's heart attest I
Tts kindled in an K.ngiiBh breast, I T
Such is the land In which I live, I d
And, Katie I such ls the som I give I
Come I ere another morning beam
We'd cleave the sea with wings of steam;
And soon, despite or storm or oalm,
Beneath my native groves or palm,
Kind friends ahaU greet with Joy and pride,
The Southron and his English bride l"
Ah, Katie I fancy 'a Joys are brief,
And with a sigh I turn the leaf
Where Truth from Fancy takes the glass,
And bids her empty Bhadows pass I I
You, Katie I many a weary mlle
shuts ;rom yonr green and daisied Isle;
? And this fair land in bitter suire
Is battling for Its very life,
Bot, Katie, Southern hearts are strong
And Right la mighty against Wrong l
God fights upon our side I Behold I
Our means are small, our foes are bold,
But, ander Heaven's peculiar lead,
'Tia they, not we, are made to bleed,
And all their words and weapons base,
Torn back and smite them In the race.
Oar cause hath never been so dark,
Bot somewhere glowed a hopeful spark,
Which barned and burned, nntil at last
The dawn appears and night ls psst?
And. Katie I yon, whose English heart
in. all our fears hath shared a part,
Moat needs - be pleased and proud to know
How much to English hearts we owe.
And th a-, the broadening beams which shine I
Are flashed from England's meteor sign t Ie
Charleston, S. C.. 1863.
THE BATTLE OF THE ANTS.
A Singular and Sanguinary Conflict or j
A correspondent ol the St. Louis Bepubli
I am a pedagogue in the rural districts o?
Newton County, Mo., and my school-house
Had been Infested for several months by a
species of large black ant, muon to the annoy?
ance of the little bare-footed scholars, and
there seemed. no way of get Hog rid of the
pest, lor, like the plagues of Egypt, to kill one,
two would seem to supply Its place. But
what was my astonlshmeat a few mornings
since on coming into my school-house to find
toe floor literally strewn with dead and dying
ante, and apon a closer examination was still
more astonished to And that a desperate
battle was then raging among them
In ail ltfl lory, more sanguinary and
fatal tnaa any I ever witnessed (and I Baw
many a bard fought battle during the late un?
pleasantness) or read of In the annals of bis
tory. A mnob larger number were lying dead
than were le it engaged, and I thereby con?
cluded the battle had raged with unabated fe?
rocity all night. Most of the combatants en
glged were grappled in a deadly embrace,
while others but recently commenced were
standing erect on their binder legs and spar?
ring tex tbeadvantage with all the science o?
the meet experienced swordsmen or pugilists.
The meit fatal point ot attack, and the one for
which ls seemed all contended, was the liga
ment which Joined the main body with the
head. Thin vital member onced seized by the
powerful nippers death succeeded without a
Btruggle, and the victor was then ready and
eager for another engagement. No undue ad?
vantage was tafeen by either party, and no
two would endeavor to overpower a Bingle
one; nor was there any flinching or wavering
In a B?nele Instance, for whenever two
belligerents met it was certain death to
one or both parlies. Never, perhaps, were
two armies more equally matched In numbers,
strength and vaJor; and consequently, at the
close of the battle, which lasted two nights and
a day, as new recruits continued to arrive
every moment, there were but few left and
probably none of the vanquished army, thus
rivalling the valor of the heroes of the Alamo
aod the Spartan band of Leonidas. Observing
closely, I could Bee a slight difference in the
appearance of the contestants, one set being
perfectly black with a large head, while the
otber was nearer brown, with a smaller head,
though both about equally matched in size
and strength. Dismembered legs were more
numerous than the dead, and many a poor un?
fortunate though valiant hero, being entirely
deprived of his supporters, was thus leit, hors
da combat, to die on the Held. The next J
morning I swept up the dead and dying of
both armies, (tor I would not disturb them
while engaged. ) amounting to thousands. It j
was a lesson for the philosopher as well as the
naturalist, and caused me to moralize more
than a little. The Brownlies were undoubt?
edly the victors, as I occasionally see an old
veteran of that Bpecles hobbling about on two
or three legs over the battle-field, but a big
headed black soldier is not to be seen.
WRIGHT ft WARNOCK'S
PATENTED OCTOBER 10, 1871.
We take pleasure In presenting to the planters
and public a Horse Power gotten up by Messrs.
WRIGHT A WARNOCK, of Barnwell and Beau?
fort Connues, s. C.. which ls a most perfect ma?
chine. The said Power will give greater speed at
the expense or less power than any thing yet in
usc; le strong, simple and durable. Can be used
with equal ease for ginning cotton, threshing
grain, pumping water, Ac. Will, on a forty-saw
gin In good order, with two mules, moderate
galt, gin.1600 pounds Hut cotton per day; brisk
driving 2000 pounds. One mole can pall lt; light
for two. It sits In a frame.IQ the l ouse; can be
arranged to gin with the gin and gear sitting on
Another important feature of this Power ls
that the rising or falling of the floor of the house
does not affect the working of the gear la any
This ls a southern enterprise, and no humbug
Price $126, and freight, ready for putting np.
0. H. KIRKLAND and W. A. CLARK,
Allendale, S. C.,
Agents for South Carolina.
G. H. KIRKLAND, Agent for North Carolina.
Rev. Messrs. Joseph A. Lawton* and Joseph
Bostick,* or the Savannah River Associa?
tion, Allendale; Captain W. M. .Bostick,* Allen
Aale; Rev. Messrs. D. J. Simmons and F. Milton
Kennedy, of the Soul h Carolina Conference; Gen
:ral Johnson Hagood, Barnwell Courthouse;
Captain K. D. Senn, columbi i; F. J. Pelzer, Esq.,
ind Messrs. Reeder A Davis, Charleston, S. c.
.Those marked thus have seen the Power at
TBVTj ?COOS, &Z.
CULBERT, TOVEY ft GLEN,
A. R. STILLMAN, ?
Sro. 381 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The subscribers would respectfully inform their
rienda and th? public generally, that they have
purchased of Mr. A. lt. S7ILLMAN hts entire
ind that they will continue me busbies, at his
lld stand. * WILLIAM CULBERT,
Formerly with McLoy A Rice.
H. M. TOVEY,
Formerly with A.B. Stillman. J
D. h. GLEN, Jr.,
Formerly with McLoy A Rice.
In retiring from the Dry Goods Business lt j
.nords me pleasure to recommend my successors,
lessrs. CULBERT, TOVEY A GLEN, as young
nen of ihe strictest Integrity, and with whom my
ormer easterners can deal with the same conn
lenee ihey bestowed on me.
seplG-8 A. R. STILLMAN.
A BABE CHANCE FOR BARGAINS !
FOR SALE AT RETAIL,
TO CLOSE THE BUSINESS,
he entire STOCK OF GOODS or the late T. KELLY,
eceased, consisting or a very large and complete
1RESS GOODS, CA8SIMERES,
TWEEDS, KENTUCKY JEANS,
IOOP, BALMORAL AND BOULEVARD
HOSIERY, GLOVES AND NOTIONS.
Also, a Lill assortment or
DOMESTIC GOODS, LINENS, Ac.
will be offered for sale,
N QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS ? \
FOR CASH ONLY,
:ommc nein g MONDAY, the 2d of September, and
70 BE CONTINUED FROM DAY TO DAY
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
ang3l M. P. O'CONNOR, Administrator.
Pianos, CDrgatis, &z.
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
Furnished at factory prices for Cash, or by
fonttily Payments on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. M'CLENAHAN,
Plano and Mnsle Store,
sepS-4mo3 No. 191 King street
JAY COOK^T^cC??LL?CH & CO.
No. 41 LOMBARD STREET, LONDON.
OR TRAVELLERS, AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
JAY COOKE St CO.,
Na 20 WALL STREET.
Guaranteed Capital.. 500,000
Deposit ed willi Stute
Seen-ny of Policy?
OP MACON, GA.
W. B. JOHNSTON, President.
W.S. HOLT, Vice-president.
GEO. S. OBEAR, Secretary.
J. W. BOREE, General Agent.
j. MERCER OREEN, M. C., Med?
W. J- MAQILL, Superintendent of I
il. F. MCCAY, Actuary.
WILSON GLOVER, AGENT,
Office of Messrs. L. D. Mowry & Son,
SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
MR. WILSON GLOVER, Agent for the above safe and popular Company, ls prepared to take Risks
in any part of the State on the most satisfactory terms, as will appear by examining the several
Tables and Bates offered by the Company, and of which the special features are:
1. Policies not Forfeitable.
2. No Restrictions as to Residence or Travelling.
3. Dividends declare! and paid annually afier second year.
4. Policies paid within sixty days after death.
6. One-third premium loaned when desired.
J. W. PARKER,
aug24-stnn*o3mos GENERAL AGENT FOR NORTH AND SO??fH CAROLINA.
NO. 189 MEETING STREET,
NO. 6 2 EAST B A. Y
CHARLESTON, S. C.
(EnJirus, ?tac?)inerrj, #c.
PORTABLE, STATIONARY AND A Q Ell CULTU?
RAL ENGINES, two to fifty horse-power
Circular Saw Milla, Grist Mills
Long and Short Cotton Gins
3um and Leather Belting
Sperm, Lard, Tanners', Linseed, Paraphlne,
White oak Oils, Tallow, Ac, Ac.
Snglne and Mill Supplies In great variety.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
J?RNER MEETING AND OOMBERLAND STS.
Shirts and /nrnisrjmg ?oo?s.
To Make Room'For
)PPOSITE MARKET HALL,
13 NOW CLOSING OUT
ns UNEQUALLED STOCK OF
MS' FURHMi GOODS
INCLUDING THE FAMOUS
T O O ST!
ALL AND EXAMINE FOR YOURSELVES I
no vi s
Cigars, fiooatro, Ut.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
DIG AR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Of all kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examine stock before buying else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. B.-The Wheel of Fortune constantly on
land. Invest 25 cents and try yonr lucfc.
Drags ano ifleouines.
REACHING THE NORTH POLE.-IT
ls claimed that the North Pole will certaln
|r? oe reached by one of the expeditions now In
earch of it. Suppose lt should be, and tue Amer?
an flag should be hoisted there, to revolve with
he axi? of earth once In twenty-four hours (I)
rhat tnen 1 Would the discovery be one-tenth as
aluaole to the world In general as
Warrant's Effcrrescent Seltxer Aperient I
i to the sick and suffering ? Is not an agreeable |
reparation, that will enre indigestion, constipa
lon, nervousness, Bilious complaints, and all man?
or of Internal disturbances arising from debility,
r more Importance to mankind than the location
f the Pole ? Rather I The true article ls procur?
?le at au good drug stores. ~ sepl2-l2
?roceru?, liquors, Vt.
AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON.
We have appointed Messrs. H. KL ?.TTE ? 00.
Sole Agen'B for Charleston ror th's Celebrated
Brand of PURR KENTUCKY WHISKEYS, both
BYE 4 and B' UR BON.
These Whiskeys are guaranteed pnre KENTUCKY
COPPER DISTILLED, free from all compound im?
purities, and highly recommended by eminent
chemtBis ror medical use. The Brand ls patented
to prevent lnrrlogemcnrs.
BAKEHOUSE BROS. k CO..
We respectfully inform our friends and custom?
ers that we Keep constantly on hand a full supply
of the above already favorably well known Whls
eya. and oirer same to the trade nt distillers'
prices. H. K LA TTE & co.,
aug31-s(uth6rao No. 185 East Bay.
Dmgs at tDljoUsale.
This unrivalled Medicine In warranted not to
contain a single particle or Mercury, or any lo?
ut lona mineral substance, but ls
For forty years lt has proved ita great value In
ill diseases or the Liver, Bowels and Kidneys.
Thousands of the good and great In all partB of
the country vouch for Its wonderful and peculiar
power In purifying the Blood, simulating tue
torpid Liver and Bowels, and Imparting new life
inri vigor to the whole system. SIMMONS^
LIVER REGULATOR ls acknowledged to have
no equal as a
It con wins four medical elements, never nutted
In the same happy proportion In any other pre?
paration, viz: a gentle Cathartic, a wonderful
Tonic, an unexceptionable Alterative and a cer?
tain Corrective of all Impurities or the body.
Snch signal success has attended Its use that lt ls
now regarded as the
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
Tor Liver Complaint and the painful offspring
thereof, to wit: Dyspepsia, Constipation, Jaun?
dice, Bilious attacks, Sick Headache, colic, De?
pression of Spirits, sour Stomach, Heart Boro,
Regulate the Liver and prevent
CHILLS AND FEVER.
SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR
ls manufactured only hy
J. H. ZEILIN A CO.,
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
PRICE-fl per package; sent by mall postage
paid, $126. "reparcd ready for use In bottles,
Fur sale by P. WINEMAN k CO.
AND BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
49- Beware of all counterfeits and Imita?
COMPOUND EXTRACT OF
A RELIABLE BEMEDY FOR ALL
DISEASES OF THE URINARY ORGANS
ThlB ls a Solid Extract, and ls recommended es?
pecially ror Druggists' and Physicians' use In pre?
scriptions. The quality and uniform strength ls
guaranteed. This Extract is snperlur to Copaiba
ami uubebs, or plain oil or Sandal. Unlike most |
preparations or this class, lt does not nauseate.
The testimonials of hundreds lu public and pri?
vate lite 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
amitie trial to convince the afflicted of its efficacy.
Circulars and samples eau be obtained by Phy?
sicians on application to
DOWIE, MOISE k DAVIS,
Agents for So. Ca, Charleston, S. 0.
J^R. BAER'S IMPROVED VEGETABLE
The proprietor of these Pills confidently be
lleves that he has succeeded, by a sklirul combi?
nation of vegetable remedies, lu producing a pre?
paration that will bring health and happiness to
the unfortunate sufferer. In the following dis?
eases they have been used by thousands with
most wonderful success: Bilious Disorders and
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head?
ache, Costiveness, Loss of Appetite, Neuralgia,
Dropsy, Dysentery, Pile, Diseases of the Skin,
Pain In the Side, Back and Lirabs, >ick Headache,
and all derangements of the Stomach.
These Pins may be taken with perfect safety by
persons of any age or sex. No family should be
Price 26 cents a box; 5 boxes for one dollar.
The usual discount to the trade.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
aug9 No. 131 Meeting street.
SIMMONS' HEPATIC COMPOUND, OR LIVER CURE,
FOR ALL DERANGEMENTS OF THE LIVER, SKIN, KIDNEYS, STOMACH AND BOWELS.
Put up in liquid form, already prepared for immediate nae, saying time and trouble, and insur?
ing a proper proportion of each valuable Ingredient.
lt ls mild and gentle In Ita action. It removes the bile from the system. It Imparts tone and
strength to the whole frame. It gives the liver a healthy character and restores the sinking and
drooping body to health anti streugth This Medicine has heen tried by thousands and Lever found
wanting. Under its influence the race will have the bloom of health, the eye its lustre, the brain its
power. It will invigorate tt e feeble, and prove the?reate8t blessing to those who suffer.
Try lt for yourselvts and you will recommend lt to your friends.
FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS EVERYWHERE.
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
WHOLESALE AGENTS, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
KING A RJSBOROUQH:, Waldo, Florida, Proprietors. augl-thstnSmos
THE "WALLIS" TIE.
ts \t Q
3 2 ?d
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*i S OJ
Made of the best English Iron. Easily and rapidly adjusted. Having received a fall supply or
these TIES, which have given such general isatisiactlon the past season,! am prepared to nu all
J. IV. ROBSON,
angl7-stnthDAClmo Nos. 68 East Bay and 1 and a Atlantic Wharf.
DEY GOODS !
DEY GOODS !
CLOSLNG-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 OUB NEW ST0BE,
ISO. ?7S rciTVO STREET,
BROWNING'S OLD STAND,
All of our Goods on Hand now will be Sold at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
FUECHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
NO. 244 KING- STREET.
J. TN". ROBSON,
HAVING AMPL3 MEANS FOR ADVANCES, A BUSINESS EXPERIENCE OP
twenty years, sud confining himself strictly to a Commission Business, without operating
on nis own account, respectfully solicits consignments of Cotton, Flour, Corn, Wheat, Ac. snippet ?
of pro ince io ti lui may. nt tholr option, have their consignments sold either In Charleston or New
Yore, thus havlog Hie advantage of two markets without extra commissions.
References- Klshop W. H. Wightman. S. C.;Colonel Wm. Johnson, Charlotte, N. C.; Rev. T. G.
Summers, li. 0.. Tennessee; Hon. John P. King, Augusta, Ga.; Messrs. G. W. Williams A Co., Charles?
ton, S. C.; Messrs. Williams, Birnie A Co.. N><w York.
AS the SPECIAL AGENT FOR THE STATE OF DUPONT'S GUNPOWDER, I will always keep a full
stock of ?ll kinds at Magazine. The long experience of Messrs. Dupont In the manufacture of Gun?
powder, makes lt unne :e*>ary to say more than that I guaran t ce the quality or every package. Price
as low as any ether Powder m the market. Persons 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 full assortment of Crushed. Powdered, Granulated, A White, B. White, 0 Extra, 0 Yel?
low; a so Amber Drips In barrels, which I ouVr at manufacturers* pftSSaj freight ad Jed. Any change
In price being reported dally by telegraph, thus giving the trade tne advantage of iL
Am also Agent for the celebrated oran Js of FamUy Flour manufactured ny Messrs. DAVIS &
EUMuNS, or St. Louis, which I can recommend tn every respect; put up In Ninety-eight Pound Bags
and Barrels-BEST AND GOLD DUST, Choice Family, Home Mill uedlam Family, Santa Marla Good
Family. Also several of the best Mills la Virginia, Georgia and Tennessee.
As Agent for WHITTAKER A SON'S CELEBRATED HAMS, Anderson H.'s Co. Beargraas Hams
Falroank, Peck A Oo.'s Caddy Lard, Werk & Co.'s Candles, samuel Leonard A Son Candles. Johnson
A Clements Corn Starch, James Beatty & Co.'a Orackers.Gakes, .?c., Soaps pf all varieties, Mackerel in
kits and half barrels. Ludlow Brand of Gunny cloth, Baling Twine, Ac, Ac; and SB I devote myself
exclusively toa Commission Business and all the goods are received direct from factory and neither
sell nor ouy on my own account, would respectfully call the attention of the trade to ray facilities
far doing business, and the inducements offered to purchasers. Having an experience of over
twenty years, and having Just erected a large and commodious store In addition to my others, I am
fully prepared for business.
ENGLISH SUPERPHOSPHATE OP LIME,
Imported direct from Liverpool,and guaranteed to contain twenty-four per cent, of Soluble Phos?
phate of Lime.
DIRECT FBOM THE AGENT, WARRANTED PURE. For sale at market rates. -
RAW BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE, FLOUR OF BONE, DISSOLVED
BONE, PLASTER OR GYPSUM.
Always on hand, and as every shipment ls analyzed on arrival, Planters can rely on getting the
same article, and fully np to standard.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO. .
The highly satisfactory and remarkable effects of this Guano in producing very largely increased
crops of cotton, Corn and other Btaple crops, has attracted the general attention or www*** ??
J. TV. ROBSON,
AGENT FOR THE STATE,
Junia-tuths Nos. l and ? Atlantic Whsrfand 08 Saat B?jr, OivarlMloa .
Bf PAUL IVfcALANE & CO.
WILL BB SOLD THIS DAY, BEFORE
oar Store, Ko. ns East Bay, at ii air-past
j lo tierces Good Canvassed H ?IIS
6 boxes choice Breakfast Bacon
6 boxes choice c. S. Bellies
1 box L. c. f aeon Sides
I ?u kits NO. 2 an?i 8 Mackerel
26 kits Extra Salmon ? .3 ?
6 barrels Floe Flour
fellow chambers, TeU av Bowls,
Bricks, Tumblers. Yeast Powders.
Mostard, Currants, uniter.
Cl namon. Ginger, Spice, Cloves. ? -
_ Vinegar, Shoulders, 4c, Ac.
Terms cash. , ?? . Bepl7
By PAUL B. LALLKE &W;
"1T7TLL BE SOLD THIS DAY,' BEFORE
? b'clock."Stfm'Ha 176 BMt at *?p**?!
160 bushels Prime White CORN, in lots to ?nit
parchar ere. . . . . ?
Conditions cash on delivery. - sepTT
"~ By HENRI COBLA & CO.
HAMS AND SHOULDERS.
THIS DAT. at 9 o'clock, we will seUy .
16 tierces western Sugar-Cured HAMS . "
io tierces Western Sugar-Cured shoulders
io hoxi a Western Shoulders.
Conditions cash. . ,:-. *epl7
By JOHN 6. MILNOR ,6 CO.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Ac-THIS
DAT. 17th Instant, at hair-past io o'clock,
we will sell at our Store, No. 135 Meeting street,
Fancy and Printed SATINETS. Kentucky Jems,
Fancy Cottonades, Red, White. Blue and Cray
Flannels Cotton Flannels, Printed Linings,
Blanched acd >rown Shirting, Blue Denims; Bine
PT?' Ticking?, Hosiery, Gloves. Madras and
I and Verona Handkeichiers. Pocket and Lawn
Handkerchiefs, Tuck and Balmoral Skirts Ac,
I Ac. ?Iso. a general aeson ment of desirable
CLOTHING, Undershirts, Hickory bhlrta,T)rawers .
I Ac. Conditions cash. _lepn 1
By WM. McKAY.
SALE CONTINUED -BALAN?E , ??
Stock of Country Store, Show-cases, Ac.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, at my More. Na 45
Wentworth street, will be s ola, HATS; Cans, Milli?
nery Good*, Umbrellas. Undershirts and Drawers,
L. B. Shirts. Belknap Hickory and .Calico Shirts;
clothing, White and Brown Shirting, Hosiery,
Gloves and two Show caaes.. - ,sepl7
By LAURE F, ALEXANDER & CO.
CONTENTS GROCERY STORE AND
Bar-Ronm Fixtures. ?'
On WEDNESDAY, the 18 th instant, will besoin,
at ir o'clook, at the corner of inspection and
Concord streets, - "' ." .
The Contents or the above STORKand BAS?
By LOWNDES ? GR1MBALL, .
KEAL ESTATE AT.A?OTIO?.-DAVID
T. FERRELL et al, va. MARY FERRELL Ot
ai. In the Common Pleas lor Charleston County. -
In Equity. . _*
Ia pursuance of an order of sale in ihe above'
case, to me directed by the Hon. R. F. Graham.
I Judge of the First Circuit, I wld offer for sale, at
?none auction, at the Postofflce. Broad street, .
UESDAY, the 1st day of october, UT2, at ll
All that PLANTATION OB TRACT OF LAND,
on Waaaamasiaw Swamp, measuring and cou- -
talnlng six hundred and thirty-six acres, as by a
survey thereof made by Wm. H. Mallard, Deputy ,
Surveyor; batting and Doonding north and
northeast on Lands late of J. B. Earnest, and
east and sontheast on Land late of Wm.-Murray,
and sonth and west on Land or Joseph Murray.. .
Terms-One-third cash: balance la two. equal
successive annual Instalments, secured by hond
of the purchaser and mortgage of the premises
sold. Purchaser to pay the Referee for papers
and stamps. . ED W. MOORA0Y. Ja,, .
sepertu-8 . Referee.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD. COM?
PANY. "-'.. . ??"
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,. _Jfa?
OHABUt8TOM. f. C.. AU gnat ll, 1872. J
On and arter toe i6th instant, the foilowtsg
THROUGH KATES OF FREIGHT to and from th?
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad wui be adopted
by the routes via CHARLESTON and WILMING?
TON: ?. ' >i-? . '
I 1st j 2d. I Sd j 4th i 'stn
Olas j. Class. Class. Jiass. cia as.
Now York. 170 140 120 90 70
Philadelphia.. 170 140 120 00 70
BaMmore. leo iso 110 80.' SO;
From Baltimore, Corn 24 cents per.bnsiieL
From Baltimore. Floor $1 per barrel.
Cotton, to New York, li per bale
Cotton, to Philadelphia. $1 per bale. .
Cotton, to Baltimore, $3 60 per bale.
For Copies ot Rates and Classification, apply to
Agents on Line or Oueraw and Darlington Ball
road, orto ""
S. 8. SOLOMONS, Supt N. E. B. K.i. ii 3
A. POPE, Gen. A gc W., c. and A. KR.
MW Darlington, Marlboro', Chesterfield - and
Wan ea boro ' papers copy. augia-tnixmos
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, a. c.. May IB, 1872.
On and after SUNDAY, May 10, the Passen
ger Trains on the South. Carolina Railroad will run '
Leave Charleston.soo A M
Arrive at Augusta...... 436 PM
Leave Charleston.SriO A M
Art?ve~ST&Wambia.4.0S..P M .
FOB 0HABLX8T0N. ? '.
Leave Angosta. 7.40-A M*
Arrive at charleston.a. 20 r M
Leave Colombia. T.40 A K -
Arrlvo at Charleston. 8.30 r x
AUGUSTA NIGHT XXPBBSS.
Leave Charleston.7.20 r x
Arrlve at Augusta.' coo A M
Leave Augusta.? ?. no r * .
Arrive at Charlea ton.6.15 A M
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXT HESS.
(Sundays excepted.) ? E
Leave-Oharlcetoa.,. 8?0 P M
Arrlvo at columbia.:..'. ?.40'A K
Uave columbia...... AU ri
aj-rivo at Charleston.-.6.65 A M
Laave Snmmervdle at.T.25 1 x
Arrive at charleston at. 8.45 A M
Le ave Charleston at. S.srp K
Arrive at snmmervUie at. 4.4* r M
OAKDEN BRAN CLL,
Leave Camden....a. 15 A K
Arrive at Columbia.10.40 A K
Leave columbia.1.46 r x
Arrive at Camden.. 6*26 7 M
Doy and Night Trains connect at Augusta with
?MOO ?nd Augusts Railroad, central Railroad
and Georgia Railroad. Thia ls the quickest and
most direct route and aa comfortable and cheap aa
any other route to Louisville, Cincinnati, chicago,
st. Loots and all other pointa West abd Northwest.
Columbia Night Trata connects with Greenvale
and Colombia Railroad; and Day r.nd Night Trains .
connect with Charlotte Road.
Through tickets on sale via this route to all
Camden Train connects at Ringville dany (ex
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
rans through to Colombia.
A. U TYLER, vice-President.
8. B. PlOKENS. G. T. A._ laMO
VTOBTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM- "
il PANT. . .;, .'?970 itt . !
OHABUBTON, 8. C., June 8, 1872.
Trains will leave charleston Dally M lois A. M
and 8.00 p. M.
Arrive at Charleston 6.00 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 8 P. M.
Train does not leave Charleston 8.00 p. M., hw
DATS. s fi. : i
Train lea vlng io .16 A. M. makes through connoc
tlon to New York, via Richmond and Acquia
Creek only, going through ia 44 hoars. .
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P.M. Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via, Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FBIDAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY in Bal
t tm ore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SW?
DAY in Wilmington, N. C. 1 . '
Thia ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant route to cincinnati. Chicago and other points
West and No thwest, both Tra?na makin* con
necuons at Washington with Western Trains ?
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. _
S. S. SOLOMONS.
Engineer and sur* rln tendent
P. h. OLEAPOR, Gen. Ticket Agent mayal
KID AND CASTOR GLOVE,
FBOM ONS TO SIX BUTTONS. . ? >
Black, White, Light, Mode and Dark. Ah the now
fancy colors to match the prevailing shades
of Silts and Dress Goods. - '
For sale, wholesale and retell, by
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
NE W Y|0 B K ,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE UNITED STATES.