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Tb? Haw Hame.
What ?hall I call her when we mee: ?
Sue knew no other name on earth
Than that which mothers find BO sweet.
Thong h wordB be cold and little worth;
"Om* baby," seemed a name complete.
Bot now. BO mac y years nave flown
Since rrom my test ful gase sue passed,
How shall I, in the great ooknown,
Amased where all ts strange and vast,
How shall I there reclaim my own.
Wost sweet, rare mle does she bear ?
For when l meet her on that shore,
Grown wise and great aa abe la fair,
"My baby," I can say no more,
For 1 shall be the Infant then.
WOMEN AND DRESS.
Sensible Vie wa on tba Subject from
"Blackwood'a Magazine" for August de-1
Bcenda from Its usual!j severe level of dignity
to discuss the question of female apparel, es?
pecially lo connection with the styles DOW
pr e vale nt in Paris. It partially exonerates the
French women from the blame of the bad
taste shown In the prevailing fashions-now
" improving according to the same authority
of garments for ladles. Referring to the al?
leged extravagance of women In France,
Blackwood states the lavish dlabursemeot Is I
not confined to Paris.
There are ladles at St Petersburg wno spend
?120 pounds a year lo shoes alone-whose
annual cost ot gloves and stockings would j
keep six famines ot weavers-who think lt
quite natural to pay fhe Journey of their i
lavorita artist from the Boulevard to the i
Newaky r^ospect, lo order that he may exact?
ly take -meir measure for a corset. The pro?
ductions ot Mr. Worth, a great inventor ol
styles for ladles' suire, are nearly all absorb?
ed by foreigners. The Americans rank among |
his largest customers. France Bets the ex?
ample, but her Imitators go beyond her.
Blackwood soys the gown ls only one ele?
ment ol the well dressed lady. The boote,
the gloves, the sash, the hat, the parasol, the
linen above all, subscribe more largely still
to the tone and type o? such a person.. It ls
to them tost the experienced eye tums curi?
ously, .in order to determloe the exact
degree ol her perfection in this branch
ot merit. No ooe who really knows
and feels wost dress ought to Imply will
limit observation to a akut; the dissection
wffl be rapid but complete ; lt wUl extend to
every detail-banda, feet, bair, and undergar?
ments, will each receive a scrutinizing glance,
sod opinion will be formed ea the assem?
blage of them all. Ia Parla, and elsewhere in
France, there are crowds o? women who come
out reproaohleaa from these ruthless exam!-1
nations, the reason belog that they know be
forehand that they will be subjected to them,
and prepare accordingly. And this ls doue lo
numerous cases ats mod?rate cost, because
nearly every French woman originates ?,
ber own -toilette. The best dressed ladies 1 '
in France grow np "in constant practice of
the delicate science of self-adornment." At
foafteen jeers old, says the English magazine,
those girls out out their own dresses ; at ten
they can trim bonnet?, and discourse learned?
ly on the theory exhibited in their mot bera'
practioe. Thus they acquire a sort ot artistic [Ij
taste, which helps them along the road to
Begarded ss one of the occupations which
ought to AU op women's time st home, the
preparation ol clothes ls natural and legiti?
mate. AU tho world cannot be rich enough
to pass Ita time. In pleas ora or In Intellectual
pastimes. The mass ot us spend our Uves
with lees money than we should ilk o to have,
and In a consequent constant effort to dlmtn-1
lah our lmpeoonloslty by oar labor. Men
trade and speculate, sod do varions other
things Jor this end; womeo, who, unless ex
wpUonJjpy, have no direct power ol earning
Cash, can only try to satisfy their longings by
Indoor work for their own account. Foolish
people, who think lt beneath their grandeur
to make their own gowns and bo noe te, are
rare lo Fran oe: there even the richer classes
generally consider lt to be s duty to help
themselves to some degree, and to know, at ! J
ali events, how to sew.
STANLEY'S SNUFF-BOX. \ <
A Spl e ndld Present tram Q, a e ? n Victoria.
A correspondent of the Boston Advertiser |
called npon Stanley at his rooms In London
and was permitted to look opon the gold snuff- j
box wi ich her gracious Majesty, Queen Vic
toria, gave him as a testimonial of the high | <
appreciation in which she held the yoong ex?
plorer. He writes:
Clrcnw stan new have brought me loto olese
contact with two gentlemen whoee names are
a good desi before the world st this time, and
who have met with very different fates-Mr.
H. M. stanley, the discoverer of Livingstone,
and Lieutenant Llewellyn Dawson, the chief
o? the abortive Livingstone tu ad. It was a
str?nge contrast topase from the house ot ooe
to the otter within s few boure, sod to mark
th? melancholy of the ooe sod the radiant
b uoyancy which seemed to pervade the other.
Stanley had Just received the Queen's present j
and-lard Granville's letter when resiled.
They had taken him by surprise, and when
the imall parcel waa brought toto the room
and he proceeded to opes lt and found the
oater covering of stiff paper to be succeeded
by layers ol silver paper round something
which feit soft, he thought some ooe had sent
him s cake for toa. The gorgeous snuff-box
waa to a case of blue velvet, and thia was
surrounded by so many wraps that it felt to
the touch ss I have said. Imagine your yoong
countryman's delight when he ssw what his
(?ste terned ont, and the number of plums lt
held ! Some people have asked, ''Why a
snuffbox V Why not a pia or ring, or some?
thing Stanley could wear ?" But snuff boxes
have been from time immemorial the pres?
ents of monarchs to those whom they de?
light to honor. Ambassadors, courue rs, en?
voys to foreign conns, great statesmen and
violerions generals all regard a Jewelled
snuff box us the most appropriate gut from
a crowned head, and the more exalted ol
them havd not nnfrequently a collection ot
thats ensay, baubles walch have been inheri?
ted frojn ancestors who have filled high o?
floes, or have been acquired personally during
a long Ufo spent la the pabilo service. The
form. of. r?cognition accorded to Stanley by
the Qaeen ls thua o? the precise kind which
should gratify him, and, I may add, which has
gratified him more than any other/ It ls a
noble heir-loom to preserve to hand down,
and tee letter with which lt was accompanied
enhances tee value of the gift, which apart 11
from all associations ls intrinsically consider- f
able. The box la an oblong of dark-blue en?
amel, with the letters V. B. enciphered lu
End-Used diamonds on tee centre of the Ud.
and this. sod describing a considerable
circle ls a ring of diamonds of larger size yet,
and the effect ot. the combination is exceed- ;
inglygorgeousand rion. Mesara. Garrard, of
tee Haymarket, London, are the makers ot
the box, the value of which cannot be lesa
than five hundred pounds.
. ir ? 1 m ?? -
THESBOPSAtEPEES OF PARIS.
( The shopkeepers of Paris have the art of
making the most of their, wares, and apare
no labor to give to their windows and show?
cases a new and attractive appearance every
morning. Thia ls not only the case with the
most brilliant and costly gooda, bat even with
those ol-trifling value. Il the stranger ex
pecU to-morrow to recognize a B tore by any
TMng-he may have seen in the window to-day
he win be greatly mistaken. Even the ar?
rangement ol the gooda will be found to be
different, and an effort made to render lt more
attractive th an lt was yesterday. They also add
to the brilliancy of the establishments by the
ex tensive use ot looklng-glasse^l? se: ted in the
wails, which -multiply and magnify the stock,
and make a email store appear large and com?
modious. There ls scarcely a show window
kin Paris teat ls Pot provided with aide glasses
so pieced ss to give tee appearance o? doable
?. the width which they really are. At night
I they kave outside their windows a cumber of
'.'Very brilliant reflectora, which cast a glare o?
light open tee tssteiuUy<arranged arti clea.
Thia ls especially the case in the colonnades of
Palais Boyal, which is a favorite resort for
strangers In Paris. With the exceptions ot
the few large stores, snch as Au Bon Marche,
the Louvre, the La Paix and Petit Sr. Tbomas,
which sell eve nhl ng, the stores o? ParlB con?
sist mostly of establishments for the sale of
special articles. There ara lace stores, silk
atores, doth atores, mourning goode, and even
doll-baby stores,where nothlngelse can be had.
O? gl?eral dry goods stores, such ss are so
ahundaat with us, there are none. They ali
make a specialty of some .given article, and
it la useless to look ; elsewhere for them.
In te? Urge-et?apUsbinent? there Is a fixed
price marked on aU articles, from which they ,
will la no pase deviate. An American who J
' croes Into a store where the prices are not fixed
must expect to pay one-third more than the
regular prices, as there are few who will not
taie advantage of the stranger. The dress?
makers, who persist In turmoiling the material
for their dresses, charge heavy prices, very
nearly as mooh as they would' cost at home.
An American lady told me that she had
just paid Alteen hundred francs, or three hun
dred dollars In gold, for a silk dress. She was
of opinion that Miss Sally Johnson would have
turned out j?#ae,~ a dress for lesa money.
Silks and veTvets are sold at the stores for
about two-thirds of the price that they are
sold st home, though lt ls contended that the
??ality ls superior to tbat which is Imported.
'gris Letter. _? '
jPrg gfroooe, Wt.
SUGOESSORS TO HARBESON A CO.,
No. 354 KINO- STREET.
The subscribers would respectfully inform their
mends and the public generally that they have
purchased of Hsrbeson A Od. their entire stock of j
And will continue the basin ess at their old
stand. The Store will bs closed for a few days,
and wm be reopened about the 5th or October
with a full assorted stock of Seasonable Goods.
DAVID W. EB WIK,
sep24-tutha5 JOHN MAGILL.
"pREYIODS TO REMOVAL TO OUR
No. 275 King street,
WILL BE OFFERED IN ALL OF OUR DE- j
DRESS GOODS RIBBONS
FANCY GOODS MILLINERY GOODS
NOTIONS HOUSEHOLD GOODS
5031ER Y . SHAWLS
iMESTi LLEN GOODS !
BLANKET FLANNELS I 1
JUST OPENED, A FULL LINE OF
' J ; ...n. il; . -L >.-.. ti ..i'-ii. ..
our 60 cents Black Alpaca ls the nicest in the
DUR WHOLESALE DEPARMENT
is complete now, and Great Bargains are or
An entire new and elegant stock or
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS
Wm be opened in a lew days and sold at lowest
Jew York Prices.
An entire new and elegant stock of
SHAWLS, AND OTHER FINE GOODS,
such as never before exhibited lu this Market,
viii be displayed on opening onr New Store,
No. 375 King street.
On Monday, September 80.
PlIRCiiGOTT. BENEDICT & CO.
A BABE CHANCE FOB BARGAINS !
FOR SALE AT RETAIL,
TO CLOSE THE BUSINESS,
the entire STOCK OF GOODS of the late T. KELLT,
leceased, consisting or a very large and complete
DRESS GOODS, CASSIM ERES,
TWEEDS? KENTUCKY JEANS,
IOOP, BALMORAL AND BOULEVARD
HOSIERY, GLOVES AND , NOTIONS.
Also, a roll assortment of
DOMESTIC GOODS, LINENS, Ac.
wm be offered for sale,
DS QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS
FOR CASH ONLY,
Commencing MONDAY, the 2d of September, and
TO BR CONTINUED FROM DAY TO DAT
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE,
Sng31 M. P. O'CONNOR, Administrator.
(Budines, ?ngctjintrg, Wt.
PORTABLE, STATIONARY AND AORIOULOT
RAL ENGINES, two to flfty horse-power
Circular Saw Mills, Grist Ml lia
Long and Short Cotton Gins
Oam sod Leather Belting
Sperm, Lard, Tanners', Linseed, Paraphme>
. White Oak oils, Tallow, Ac, Ac.
Engine and Mm supplies in great variety.
CAMERON, BARKLEY A, GO., ...
30RNBB MEETING AMD CUMBERLAND SIS
JJYMNAL OP THE CHURCH.
We are prepared to iuroiab the "HYMNAL" at
the lowest introduction priera. A variety-cT
style* " Prices 20c, 40c, eoe, wo, $1 and upwards.
FOG ARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
NEW CATALOGUE, No. 28.
"THE DICKENS DICTIONARY." A Key to the
? character* and Principal Incidents In the
Taloa or u?arles Dickens. Illustrated by Gu
bert A. Pierce. $3.
"Gaper Sance." A Volume of Chit-Chat by Fanny
Fern, tl 60.
"Healthy Houses." A Handbook to the History
or Drainage, Ventilation, Warming and Kin?
dred subjects. Illustrated by William Basale,
O. E. fil.
"A Seven Months' Run" Up and Down and
Aiound the World. By James Brooks. $17?.
"Principies or Geology." Part second. By Slr
Charles Lyell. Bare. M. A., F. B. 8, fa.
"The Insect World." Being- a Popular Account
ol the Orders of insects by Loma Figuier. A
New Edition, Revised and Oorrected by Mar?
tin Duncan. F. R. a. Mo Illustrations, sato.
'Study or Biology." By H. Alleyne Nicholson,
M. D. 76C. ?? ?
"Orton of Speech." By L. P. Meredith, M. D., D.
"Sun-Stroke." By H. c. Wood, Jr., MD. si 26.
Tee United States Tai iff and Internal Revenue
Law. Approved Jase 6,1872. Compiled by
Horace M. Dresser; st
NEW NOVELS, Ac.
"EBB-TIDE." By Christian Reid. Author of Mor?
ton House. Paper 760. cloth $1 16.
"The Brookes of Brldlemere." Bj G. J. Melville,
doth SI 26.
"Only a Giri." From the German of W. Yon
Hlliern. Cloth $1 75.
"The White Rose." Melville, fl 26.
"Maid ol Sker " By R D. Blackmore. Paper 76c.
"Dr. Vandyke." By John Esten coote. Oloth
$1 25. Paper 76c.
"Lord KUgobbln." By Charles Lever. Oloth
$160. Paper $1.
"The Golden Lion of Groupers." By Anthony
Trollope, doth $126. Paper 76a
"The New Edition ol Cooper's N?vela." Oloth
$126. Paper 76c.
"A Good Investment." By Wm. Flagg. Paper 60c.
"Christina e>orth." By E. M. Archer. Paper 76c
"By His Own Might." From the German of W.
Yon Bluers. Cloth ti 76.
"Cerise." By G. J. Melville. Cloth $126.
FOG ARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
No. 260King street, (In tbe Bend,)
- aprtS-tuttiu Charifston. 8. o.
HATS, CAPS, CANES,
UMB BEL luAJS.
Having Jost returned from kew fork with s
ino Stock or the above articles, 1 am now pre?
pared to offer them to my friends an.1 the pabilo
LOWEST HARKET PRI?E8.
CHILDREN'S FANCY HA13 A
C. C. PLBNGE,
No. aol KINO- STUEET.
Srjirto ano JFamistjing ?JOOB.
To Make Boom For
OPPOSITE MARKET HALL,
IS NOW CLOSING OUT
BIS UNEQUALLED STOCK OF
GM' mmmm GOODS
INCLUDING THE FAMOUS
GALL AND EXAMINE FOB YO J* SEL7E9 !
diga?* Sobatco? ?t.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
So. 310 KINO STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIOABS AND TOBACCO of all kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examine stock before buying else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. B.-Tbe Wheel of Fortune constantly on
t hand? lasest? cents and try your look.
Drucjs ana Meeitiruz.
THU unrivalled Medicine ts warranted not to i
rent?is & singla partido of Morcury, or any ln
larlooa mineral substance, butls
For forty years lt oas proved Its great vaine In
all diseases of the Liver, Bowels and Kidneys.
Thousands of tho good and great IR all parts of
the country vonoh ror its wonderful and peculiar '
power In purifying the Blood, stimulating tne
torpid Liver and Bowels, and Imparting new lire
and vigor to tbe whole system. SIMMONS'S
Ll1 *Eii REGULATOR ls acknowledged to have
no eqnal as a
It contains fonr medical elements, never nutted
In the same happy proportion la any othe^-pre?
paration, viz: a gentle cathartics a wonderful
ron lc, an unexceptionable Alterative and a cer?
tain Corrective of au imparities or the body.
Such signal snccesa has attended its ase that lt la
DOW regarded as the
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
Tor Liver Complaint and tba painful offspring
thereof, to wit: Dyspepsia, Constipation, Jaun?
dice, Bilious attacks, Sick Headache, colic. De
pression of Spirits, Sour Stomach, Heart Barn,
Reg?late the Liver and prevent
CHILLS AND FEYER,
SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR
Is manufactured only by
J. H. Z El LIN 4 CO.,
Macon, Qa, and Philadelphia.
PRICE-fl per package; aent by mau postage
paid, $126. ?repared ready for nae m bottles,
For aale by P. WTNEMAN ft CO.
AND BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
JSST* Beware of all counterfeits and imita
J. L U H N,
M PORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERS
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
?O. 460 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now In Stock or my own Imporuuon,
MW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Patter's Cold Cream,
English Dalby's Carminative, British Ou, Beche*!
Embrocation and ohiorodyne.
ALDEN A CO. 'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS,
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-ooatea
Plus, ftc. ASBSB? roa
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
IO INT FOB SOUTH GASOLINA JOB
)n. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical Instruments and Goods ol foreign man
Lfncture imported to order. ?
My Dispensing Department ls complete, em
i mein g all New Remedies.
A fail assortment of Trusses and Bandage? al
rays on hand. _..
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
rlth accuracy dav or night laniowfmly
unvmu KBSsxannan av a ssa
ALF. ?ABARRAQUE AND Co
Approved by the Imperial Academy
The Qui ulam Labnrraqoe is an eminently
tonic and febrifuge Wine, destined to replace
all the. other preparations of Peruvian Bark
; The Bark Wines usually employed inme
d i cine are prepared from Barks which vary
considerably in the degree to which they
possess the desired properties. Besides,
owing to the manner in which they are pre?
pared, these Wines contain scarcely more
than the traces of active principles, and
these always in variable proportions.
The Quinlan La barraque, approved by
the Academy of Medicine, constitutes, on the
contrary, a m?decine of determined compo?
sition, rich in active principles, and on wich
Physicians and Patients can always rely.
. The Qniniom ?abarraque is prescribed
willi great success for persons of weak con?
fution, 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.
lt is the best preservative against Fevers.
In cases of Chlorosis, Anemia, or Greensik
ncss, this Wine is a powerful auxiliary of
the ferruginous preparations In conjunction,
for example, with VALLET'S PILLS, the rapidi?
ty of its action is really marvellous. j
Tepot io Pint, L. FRERE, 19, ne Jitob.
Agents in Charleston: DOWIB, MOISE J
^ft DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists.- k
REACHING THE NORTH POLE.-IT
ls claimed that the North Pole will certain?
ly oe ic acned oy one or the expeditions now in
search ot it. Suppose lt should be, and the Amer?
ican nag should be hoisted there, to revolve with
'.he axis or earth once in twenty-io ar hours (I)
wast then ? Would the discovery be one-tenth as
valaaDie to the world m general aa
Tarrant*? Effervescent Seltzer Aperient I
la to the sick and surre r m g f Is not an agreeable
preparation, that will cure indigestion, consupa
t'.on, nervousness, bilious complaints, and all man?
ner or internal disturbances arising (rom debility, ;
or more importance to mankind than the location
or the Poler Bather l The trne article ls procur
able at BM good drug stores._appi2-ia
?rotmct? Clggars, gc.
ACENTS FOR CHARLESTON.
We have appointed Messrs. H. KLATTE ft CO.
Polo Agents ror Charleston ror this celebrated
Brand or PURE KENTUCKY WHISKEYS, both
RYES and BOURBON.
These Whiskeys are guaranteed pure KENTUCKY
COPPER DISTILLED, free from all compound Im?
purities, and highly recommended by eminent
chemists ror medical ase. The Brand la patented
to prevent infringements.
BARKHOUSE BR09. ft CGL
We r especially inform oar friends and cns tom?
ara that we keep constantly on band a full supply
of the above already favorably well known WhUv
cys, and offer same to the trade at distillers'
jjrlces. H. KLATTE ft 00.,
au gan tu t h 6mo No, 1S6 East Bay.
SIMMONS' HEPATIC COMPOUND, OR LIVER CURE,
FOR ALL DERANGEMENTS" OF THE LIVER, SETH, KIDNEYS, STOMACH AND BOWELS.
Pot np la liquid form, 31 ready prepared for immediate ase, saving time and trouble, and Insur?
ing a proper proportion of each valuable ingredient. ..
It ls mild and gentle in lu action. It reme ven the bile from the ryfltem. It imparta tone and
strength to the whole frame. It gives the liver a healthy character and restores the sinking and
drooping body to health and strength. This Medicine has been tried by thousands and never found
wanting. Under tts influence the face will have the bloom of health, the eye Ita lustre, the brain its
power. It wul Invigorate the feeble, and prove the greatest blessing to those who suffer.
Try lt for yourselves and yon will recommend it to yoor friends.
FOR SALE BY DBUGGESTS AND DEALERS EVERYWHERE.
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
WHOLESALE AGENTS, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
RING A R03BOROUGH, Waldo, Florida, Proprietors. angl-tbstnsmoa
Guaranteed Capital.. 500,000
Deposited with State
Comptroller s for
Security of Policy?
OP MACON, GA.
W. B. JOHNSTON, President.
w. s. HOLT, vice-President
.GEO. 8. OEEAR, Secretary. '
J. W. BUBKE, General Agent
J. MERGER GREEN, M. D., Med?
W. I. MAGILL, Superintendent of
0. F. MCCAY, Actuary.
WILSON GrLOVER, A?rE]\T,
Office of Messrs. Ii. D. Mowry & Son,
SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARP, Charleston, S. C.
MB. WILSON GLOVER, Agent lor the above safe and popular Company, is prepared to take Bisks
In any part of tho State on the moat 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 Forfeltabls.
2. No Restrictions as to Residence or Travelling.
8. Dividends declared and raid annually after second year.
4. Policies paid within sixty days after death.
6. One-third premium loaned when desired.
J. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT FOR NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA.
J. E. ADGER & CO.
NO. 189 MEETING STREET,
IVO. 6 9 EAST BAT
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. IV. ROBSON,
HAVING AMPLE MEANS FOE ADVANCES, A BUSINESS - EXPERIENCE OP
twenty years, and confining hlmscir strictly to a Commission Business, without operating
on his own account, respectfully solicits consignments of Cotton, Flour, Corn, Wheat, Ac. shippers
of produce to him may, at their ojtlon. have, their consignments sold either in Charleston or .NOW
Tork, thns having the advantage of two markets without extra commissions.
References-suntop W. M. Wightman, s. c.; Colonel Wm. Johnfion, Charlotte, N. C.; Rev. T. Qc
Summers. D. D.. Tennessee; Hon. John P. King, Augusta, Ga.; Mesara. G. W. Williams A Co., Oharlea?
ton. 8. 0.; Messrs. Williams, Blrnis A Co.. New York. ..
As the SPECIAL AGENT FOB THE STATE OF DUPONT'S GUNPOWDEB, I will always keep a full
stock of all kinds at Magazine. Tho long experience of Messrs. Dupont in the manufacturo of Gun?
powder, makes lt unnecessary to tay mora than that I guarantee the quality of every package. Price
as low as any other Powder m the market Persona ordering please name DUPONT.
MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINING COMPANY.
As Agent for the MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINERY OF BALTIMORE, I will keep constantly
on hand a fnll assortment of Cnn ihed. Powdered, Granulated, A White, B. White, 0 Extra, 0 Yel?
low; a so Amber Drips in barrels, which I offer at manufacturara' pricej, freight added. Any change
m Drice being reported dally by t?legrapb, thus giving the trade the advantage of lt.,
Am also Agent for the celebrated brands of Family Flour manufactured oy Messrs, DAVIS *
EMM0NS, or st. Lo a ia, walch I os n recommend in every respect; pnt up in Ninety-eight Pound Bags
and Barrels-BEST ?ND GOLD I UST, Choice Family, Home Mill Medium Family, Santa Marta flood
Family. Also several of the best H?ls in Virginia, Georgia and Tennessee.
AB Agent for WHITTAKER tt SON'S CELEBRATED HAMS, Anderson H.'s (Jo. Beargrass Bama
Fairbank, Peck & Oo.'s Caddy Lard, Werk A oo.'s Candles, Samuel Leonard A Son OandL?. Jotmson
A Clements Corn starch, James Beatty A co.'sOrackers.CakeSjAO., Soaps of au varieties. Mackerel tn
kits and half barrels. Ludlow Brand of Gunny cloth, Baling Twine. Ac, Acland aa I devore myself
exclusively to a Commission Business and all the goods are received direct from factory aud neither
sell nor buy on my own account, would respectfully call the attention of the trade to my faculties
for doingboslnesH, and the inducements offered to purchasers. Having an experience of over
twenty years, and having Just ersoied a large and .commodious storo In addition to my others, I am
fully prepared for business.
ENGLISH SUPERPHOSPHATE OP LIME,
Imported direct from Livery ?Land guaranteed to contain twenty-four per cont of Soluble Phos?
phate of Lime.
DIRECT FROM THE AGENT, WARRANTED PURE. For sale at market rates.
RAW BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE, FLOUR OF BONE, DISSOLVED
BONE, PLASTER OR GYPSUM.
Always on hand, and aa evory shipment ls anatyzed on arrival, Planters can rely on getting the
same article, and fully up to standard. -
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
The highly satisfactory and remarkable effects of this Guano in producing very largely increased
crops of cotton, Oom and other staple crops, has attracted the general attention of Planters and
J. IV. ROBSON,
AGENT FOR THE STATE,
JunU-tutha Mos. 1 rand 9 Atlantic MTharfaad 08 East Bay, Charleston.
patios. ?rflan<;t Wc.
PIANOS AND OUGANS,
Furnished at factory prices for Cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms.
piano and Moxie store;
seps-imoa No. io 1 King streets
Just received, a large supply of the above. Each
bottle contains four pounds of the best Beef, ex?
clusive of fat; can be used with cold or warm
water; also can be falcon with. Oodllver Oil, and
destroys, the taste of the OH.
The only food for delicate children.
This ls moch superior to the "Extract of Beet*
heretofore offered to the public, aa will be f tran (
upon trial For sale by Dr. Bu'BABB. <.
JUST -?? No, ia sleeting tweet
Bj LAUBE Y, ALEXASDEB ft CO.
STRIPS, "BELLIES;:1 H?fib^'lliTOUL
DERS, CHEESE, Aa _
THIS DAT. 21th instant, will r^ore our Store,
at naif past 9 o'clock, . . ?
-. boxf e S. C. STRIPS "/> Ai
- boxes s. O. Bellies . ??z?*?'- ,v
- boxes Cheese '
- boxes N. Y. Pig-Shoulders
- boxes N. Y. & C. Hams - vii T? it
- tierces Hams, Ac, Ac, Ac
Conditions essa. . - ? ? sepSi
Bj JOHN G. MILNOB & CO-' ; ; ;
DRY GOODS AND ONE CASE KEN?
TUCKY Jeans, on account or aU cone reed.
THIS DAY. 24th instant, at hair-past lo o'clock,'
we will sell at oar Store.-No. 136 Meeting street,
One case KENTUCKY JEANS on account or all
concerned, Fancy and Monro In g Prints. Black
and Fancy Satinets, Kenrocky Jeans, Kerseys,
Bleached and Brown Shining, Blue Deni m -, Red,
Gray,and White -Blankets, Cotton Flannel, Ging?
hams, Shirting Stripes, Bead and Pocket Hand?
kerchiefs, Hosiery, Ac; "with a general assort
meut of new goods. Oondlttons cash. . , , aspn
r? . ? By WM. McsLiTi- ?. ?' ;. '
CASSLMEBES, FANCY SATINETS^
Cottonades, Prtots^WblteTGrsy and Canton
Flannels, Bleached and Brown Shirtings, Beady
made Clothing. Hats, Caps, umbrellas. Suspend?
ers, Hosiery, Gloves, Undershirts. soou, DISMISS, ~
L. B. Shirts, soaps. PerrameTv;Ac?ana-ot?
Showcase, will sell above, THIS DAY, at his
Salesroom, No. 46 Wentworth street, at 10 o'clock;
Sign of the Bed Flag. ser?* -'
By A. C. McQILLIYBAY. . ..
TsJEW HOUSE, SEVEN. BOOMS,. ON
17i Sullivan's Island..
WUl be sold THIS DAY,- the 24th instant, at tts
Postomce, at ll o'clock, QW^-;
The new HOUSS, recently buBt by Mr. Graach,
on Backstreet, next to the Parade Ground. Fins
lot; a pleasant residence and good stand for lam?
ber and wood yard. , , r?????A ?
Terms at sale. _ . -_.- .sepas)".
gtgrtipg goUg^ Gittert Wqg?
By LOWNDES ? GBIM3A1L, .,
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.-DAVID
T. FERRELL et al, vs. MARY FERRELL et
ai. In the common Pleas for Charleston county.
^Lipersuance of an order of sale In ih?.aliOTs;
case, to me directed by the Hon. R. F. Graham,
Judge or the First Circuit I will otter lorsala^afc?
public auction, at the Pcstofflco, Broad street,
TUESDAY, the ist day of october, MTV** U
o'clock A. M., . gjfri _
AU that PLANTATION* OR TRACT OF LAND,
on Wassamasjaw Swamp, measuring and con- -
taming six hundred and thirty-six acres, as by a
survey thereor made by Wm. H. Mallard, Deputy
Surveyor; butting and bounding north and
northeast on Lands late or J. B. B am et.,; and,
east and southeast on Land late of ff m. Murray,
and south sud west on Land of Joseph Kurray."
Terms-One-third cash; balance ?a two equal:
successive annual Instalments,, secured b?.ftond
or the purchaser and mortgage or the Treraaes
sold. Purchaser to pay the Referee ror papara
Sd stamps., , ?y.MoOBAj^^,.
XTORTHEABTKEN SALLSOAI) COM
Jj|n^.. ; PANT:''. sniiBsd ?^as?^f.
SUPBRINT?KDINT'8 077ICI., .. I
OHABLXSrON, b. 0., AUgUSt ll, 19TSLJ t
On and after the 16th Jnstant, tho ranowlng
THROUGH RATES OF FREIGHT ^ fidjtom the
Cheraw and DarUngton Railroad *llt be adopted
S the routes via oUaBLBSTON and WILM?KG
m . i ist 12d. i wf&jjm
Class. Olas?. Chus. (Jlasc Ossa.
^ewYork.J ITO 140- MO so }'? '
pn?adeLpmi... 140 130 . "S cfijr
RaiornoreTT... leo I iso no [ so 1 en
From Baltimore, Oom rt cetus per busheL
From Baltimore, Flour $1 per barrel. ...
Cotton, to New York, $4 ra bsJa. . ",
Cotton^ to Philadelphia ?4 per bale. - .
Cotton, to Baltimore, $860 per hale. 7 ol
F^^?oltotesimd OlatTu^tton, apto to
Ag eats on Line of Cceraw and Darlington Baili
r0ad' ?r??S. SOLOMONS," Supt. N. E. B. E.
A. POPE, uen. A gt. W., 0. and A. R. B.
#3- Darlington. Marlboro', ChesterCeld and
WadesboTc' papers copy. angia-turxmos
CHABUtaroH, 8. a, May W, 1872.
On and arter am DAT, May 10, the Passen
ger Trains on the Boath Carolina Railroad wTRttnl
as follows:. ... ??o;viihsr?
Leave Charleston.........M.?U? sus AUB
Arrive at Augusta......-4-2? r M
YOB 00 L UKBIA. .
Leave Charleston.............. 8.10 a M
arrive at columbia.AOi *bM
Leave Augusta.. L?o A M
Arrive at Charleston.... 8?0 ?.M
Leave columbia.-.......... 7.40A .sr
Arrive at Charleston.................... S.? r Bf
A?0U9TA HIGHT SXraSSB. .V.'v?:.
. (Sundays excepted.) .
Leave Oh arlee ton.............. 7.20 r st
Arrive at Augusta...> coo a sr
Leave Augusta.............. j^ r *
Arrive at?Charleston........OAS AV
OOLUMIIA KIO HT HP ?USS, -W>
(Sundays exoapted.); ; ont&Mt
Leave Charleston................ 8.20 r U
Arrive at colombia...................... e.40'A M
Leave colnmbia......................... aw ? sr
Arrive at Charleston.*,s* AH
.BUMBBKVIUJ TBAnr. ??-"^
Leave summerville at. 7.? A M
Arrive at Charleston at. 8U6 A it
Leave Charleston at........8.30 r at
Arrive at summerville at.... AAS trat
CAKDXN BBA?OU. . M ,
Leave Camden..d-i? A V
Arrive at coinmbta.10.40 A-M
Arrive at Camden.-*.... cae r *
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta with
Macon and augusta Ballroad, Centrai BaRroad
and Georgia Railroad. This ls the quickest and
most direct route and as comfortable a nd cheapas
any other route to Louis?iU?, Cincinnati, Chicago,
St. Louis and all other points Weat and Northwest.
Columbia Night Tram connects with GreenV?fm
and Colnmbla Railroad ; and Day and Night Trains
connect with Charlotte Road. . ? .,.. .., ..,. t??
Throogh aokets on sale via this route"to" all
points Berth. . - : : r? .. >'oo A .siitaWrt
Camden Train cenneoa at Klngrule dally (ex
oept' sundays) with Day Passenger Tram, and
rona through to Columbia. ? <T;i.>o : :
. A. L> TYLER, Vice-President.
8. B. FIOKENB, Q. T. A. lanie
^OBT^BASTfiJW^RAQ^Ai? ., COH
OHABLBSTON, 8. C.. June 8,1872.
Tra?na will leave Charleston Dany at io. in A. M
and 8.00 P. M.
arrive at charleston COO A. M. (Mondays ex
cepted) and 8 P. M.
Train does not leave Onarieston 8.00F. ML,BOX
UATB. ... *!
Train leavtagio jf A; M. maieathrough eonaeo
tlon to New York, via Richmond and. Ano.ola
Creek only, g o in g through In 44 hours.
Passengers leaving by 8,00 P. IL' Train have
choice bf route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Port*month and Baltimore Those leaving -
FB LD AT by this Train lay ever on SUMSATIO Bal
tlmorc Those leaving on SATUKDAT remain SCH
DAT m Wilmington, N. C. ti KSdJo?iI
This la the cheapest, quickest and most pleas*,
ant route to Cincinnati. Chicago and other points
West and Northwest, both Trains making coo
nocturna at Washington with Wee tern Trains o?
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. ~ - -
S.S. SOLOMONS;: nt
? Engineer and Sop
P. L. OLEAFOR. Gen. Ticket Agent.
AVANNAH AND CHARLESTON
:': CBABLBSTON, Jane lAr'isTs.
On and after MONUAT, Jone nth, the Pas?
senger Tra?na on thia Road wm run as iouows:
EXPRESS TRAIN. .R;,:"T,TO
Leave Charleston dally.oop.k.
Arrive at savannah nally.9.46 P.M.
Leave Savannah dally....?.- .ILSO P. M.
arrive At Charleston dally.7 A.M.
DAY TRAIN. ' .
Leave Charleston, sunday s excepted.. 7.40 A. M.
Arrive at savannah, Sundays excepted. BAS ri M. T
Leave Savana ah, Sundays ex^ed... U A-M.
Arrive at Charleston, sand aya er etea, e.to P.M..
Passengers from Char les torr by 7.40 A.M. train
make close connectton with Port .Boys* Ra&rsoA
ror all Stations oa that Road, (Sundays excepted.)
Freight forwarded dally on through bins orita,
mg to points in Florida and by Bayann slr tteepfc
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
freights for Beaufort and points on Port ROytG.
tiatiroad and ai as low rate? as by any ottB**B*>
Tickets on sale at thia office for Beaufort ovar
Port Royal Railroad. . J. 8. CbLtitU>jg^ r
EHglnosT and BapsjhVtSBmHa .
8. c. EOYLaToiToen'i Ft. and Tiow.Afsark.
']unl4 _" . - ? . ' -..^i. y
SAGE'S CATARRH BSH?ST?^ ^
;.. vtsjBff-;^;. jhjarluiif.t i -i
DR. PIERCE'S NASAL DOUCHE
DR. PIEROF?8 GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
DeBmg?sPyeRamedy : ,ft; li f!.y.,.
Wl?a?r?a oodiirer ou and Lima, , > : ,. -
reriSSF ^ - DR H. BAER,