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* DIABOLISM IN ITALY.
HORRIBLE TRAFFIC OF A PARMESAN
AND HIS WIFE.
Sad Story of Veronica Izzo-Desperate
Dt?th-SCraggie In tbe Bay of Genoa
A Doable Ki c .- a t ion.
On the 24th ot Joly, the ancient City of
Parma, In Italy, was the scene of a double
execution, to which the peculiar circum?
stances under which lt toole place, and the
fact that the culprits that were beheaded were
husband and wife, the latter a woman of pre?
possessing appearance, gave lt an unusually
Their names were Jacob and Anselma Beh?
rendsohn. They were of German extraction,
and had come to Parma four years before,
seemingly In prosperous circumstances. Ja?
cob, the husband, was a man about forty years
of age, and his wife. Anselma, a tall, hand?
some brunette, with hashing black eyes and
exquisite shaped hands and feet, only twenty
six. Jacob Behrendsohn had opened in one et
tbe suburbs ot Parma a large millinery shop.
In which he employed about a dozen young
girls. The Parmesan women are noted for
their extraordinary beauly, even those be?
longing to tbe lowest classes of society being
generally tall, ol fair faces, luxuriant bair, and
uncommonly graceful bearing. So M. Ben
rendsohn's employees were mostly very pretty
girla It was noticed, however, that the
handsomest of them frequently left bis estab?
lishment alter being with him only a fy w dais.
Tbey told the girls who remained that Mr.
Behrendsohn had kindly obtained them more
lucrative situations at Leghorn, Genoa or Mar?
seiiles, in which cities ne had wealthy rela?
tives in the same line ol business. Most of the
girls In Italian (uland cities, who obtain places
far from home, can. neither read nor write,
and so their relatives hear from them rarely
and at long intervals.
Both Behrendsohn and his handsome wife
frequently made-brief trips to the sea-shore,
ano returned always seemingly In the happiest
mood. They were liberal to the poor of the
city, they treated their girls well, and every?
body spoke highly of them. No one suspected
their true character, much less that they were
to end their lives a few years alterward on the
scaffold, by the hands of the public execu?
When the truth finally became known
when lt was discovered by what terrible means
thew fiends Incarnate had amassed the monev
which tbey had spent se freely, and ap",
parently for respectable purposes, and what a
frightful fate they had prepared tor their poor,
Innocent victims-there was an outburst of
horror, such as Parma has never wltaessed
before, and the jail of the city, where they
were confined, bad to be guarded day and
night by a strong military force.
Ia tbe latter part of December, 1871, a
young man called at Behrendsohn's shop, and
said ha wished to have a position for bis sla?
ter, a sweet-looking, girl of eighteen, wltb
long golden bair and the face o? one ol Ra?
phael's Madonnas. Veronica Izzo was her
name, and Behrendsohn Immediately engaged
her services at a salary much higher than waa
usually paid to milliner girls at Parma, and
two or three days afterwards he said she might
do still better at Genoa, where she might ob?
tain a situation at double the wages. He
offered to accompany ber to that place him?
self. She agreed to follow him, and, a week
or two afterward, the two were In the superb
old olly of the Dorisa. Behrendsohn proposed
to Veronica to have a ride with him in the
bay, which she Joyfully accepted. They en?
tered a barge ano were rowed out to the sea.
No sooner, however, were they about live
hundred yards from the shore than Behrend?
sohn and one of the oarsmen pounced upon
the unsuspecting girl and tried to gag and
bind ber. She succeeded In freeing herself
anfMtjrthelr grasp, and, seizing a large knife
^^Httf was lying close to the oarsman, threat?
ened to stab them unless th ey Immediately
rowed her back to the shore. Behrendsohn
then tried to posh her overboard, bnt she
clung to the barge with desperate energy,
and it was not until thev had stunned her by
striking ber wltb'the oars that she finally sunk
Into tba water. It was about dusk, and no one
had noticed the terribie tragedy that had been
enacted lu the beautiful bay.
But one ot those curious accidents which
happen" rarely, _pre ven ted the consnmma- '
lion of the foal murder. - Veronica was picked
up a few minutes afterwards by a fisherman,
who sailed past the spot lu a frail-craft where
she waa floating. After rubbing her tenderly j
and giving her a few drops of Cognac, be suc?
ceeded in restoring ber to consciousness. But
tbe poor girt swooned away again, and she ,
was still senseless when the kind-hearted
fisherman landed with ber on the qnay. Wbat
should he do with her ? He called a police
many and the two carried the unconscious
girl to the Hospital of San Geronimo, where
a doctor examined her andi dressed the large 1
wound in her skull. She remained a week at
the hospital, bot ber reason seemed to have
been Impaired by the terrible blows she bad :
received on her head. To all Inquiries as to '
where she waa from, and who bad treated her 1
so brutally, she gave the most absurd answers.
Behrendsohn's card, however, waa lound in
her pocket: and so, after the wound was
healed, the Jew of Parma was written to, and
on the following day he himself appeared at
the hospital and tooK poor Veronica away In ?
a cloted carriage, saying that she was a crazy !
niece of his wife's, and was in the habit o?
running away ?from borne. Upon returning
irjthjwr to Parma, the Jew and his wife took
heclnto the cellar of their boose, and, after
chloroforming her, opened her Jugular vein.
ThejMsseleas victim of their cruelty bled slow?
ly to death, and Behrendsohn thereupon dug
a bole In the ground and Interred her In lt,
even before her body waaxold. <
Now, what had caused bim and bis wife lo 1
pursue this atrocious course toward the beau?
tiful girl ? He had for years engaged In tbe
business ot'selling attractive young women to
the villains who take them to Tripoli, Tunis
and Alexandria, and receive there a very high
price for them trom the proprietors of large
harems. The Italian Government bas been
very remiss in trying to suppress this nefari?
ous traffic, which is constantly carried on be?
tween the seaports of Leghorn and Genoa and
the African coast, with unparalleled boldness
and almost entire Impunity. The slave-deal
. era cruise between these ports and the African
, coot, and such scoundrels as Behrendsohn -
? supply them liberally with human merchan
; dise. Tbe fate that awaits the giris In Africa i
li too horrible to describe.
On the night of the assault upon Veronica
Izzo, the Jew bad two of his confederates in
the barge. They Intended to take her to an
AfHcangoesette, which was lying on tside the
port well aware of the terrible punishment
that awaited him and blB accomplices, In case
their crime should be discovered, they had at?
tempted to murder their victim rather than let .
her escape. Hearing that she was in Genoa
at ! the hospital, be had gone to ber, as was
clearly proven on the trial, for the purpose of ?
murdering her. His wife had sent the j
servants ont of the bouse at the time when be
was expected to go back with her, and had f
everytnlng ia readiness for putting her to
Two days afterward a servant giri of 1
Behrendsohn's noticed that her master was
^..digging-late at night In the cellar. He was
trying to cover the spot where the senseless
\$c?m had poured out her Hie-blood. The dis?
covery seemed so extraordlnarv to her that
she told her lover about it, who,"havinga spite
against the'Jew, Informed tbe police of j
Behrendsohn's suspicious movements. An ex?
amination took place, the cellar was searched,
and lt did not take the authorities long to dis?
cover'the horribly disfigured remains of the
Behrendsohn and his wife were at once ar?
rested, and the latter, hoping to save her life
by a free confession, unfolded to the examin?
ing judge all the crimes of which she and her
husband had been guilty. He himself denied
lor a long time that he was guilty; but finally
admitted all. They were sentenced to be be?
headed on the 25th ot Joly. Anselma behaved
like a raving maniac when she beard of her
doom. ' She threw herself on the ground and
Jelled lo tbe shrillest tones for mercy. Her
?stend was more | callous. Io the night,
after the sentence bad been passed upon bim,
Behrendsohn tried to hang himself in bis dun- '
geon, but was In time prevented from com
milting Guldde. ,
When the guilty couple were led ont to the
scaffold, which was surrounded by a con?
course of perhaps ten thousand excited spec?
tators, the air was rent by cries ot horror and
execration. Anselma looked very beautiful
In her close fitting white dress, although her
hair ted been out off by tbe executioner, and
her cheeks were unnaturally flushed. She '
was taken from the cart on which she had
been conveyed to the scaffold, and when she
beheld the headsman who was walting for
her there at the fatal block, with the huge '
flashing axe in bis right band, she lifted her <
arms to heaven and murmured something
which even those who were closest to ber
were unable to understand. In Italy they
dispatch crim?nala very quickly, and so the j
beautiful murderess bad not to wait long. \
Two officers seized her and dragged her bur- .'
rledly to the block. One of them poshed her
head on lt, and before Bhe waa able to reBlst
the headsman dealt her a terribie blow on the
neck. Off rolled the fair head. Two minutes
afterwards Behrendsohn was put to death In
the same manner. He was almost stolid In
bis despair, and was unable to walk from the
cart up the steps of tbe scaffold.
Of A COP OF COFFEE_It has been truthfully
said that, even lu these enlightened days, and
In the lands most blessed by the Influence of
civilization, there are thousands upon thous?
ands of persons born Into the world who live
long lives and then go down Into their graves
wltbout ever having tasted a good cup of ?
coffee. There are many reasons for this, and
the principal one, of course, must be that BO
lew persons know how to make good coffee.
And yet there have been thousands ot recipes
and directions published which teach us bow
to make good coffee by bolling lt; by not bolt?
ing it; by confining the essenoe and aroma; by
making it in an open vessel; by steeping lt;
by net steeping it; by clearing lt; by not clear?
ing lt; by grinding it Une: by grinding lt coarse,
and by many other methods opposed to each
other and to all these. Now we do not Intend
to try to tell anybody how to make good coffee,
but we Just wish to say a word about the
treatment of tbe coffee after it la made. And
on this treatment depends Its excellence,
brew it as yon may. The role ls simple: never
decant lt Whatever else you do about lt
bring it to the table In the vessel In which lt
was made. A handsome urn or gorgeous oof
fee-pot Is the grave of good coffee. O? course
ll lt ls considered more desirable to have the
pot look well than to have the coffee taste
well, we have nothlog more to say. But when
hot coffee ls emptied from one vessel Into ano?
ther, the kltohen celllDg generally receives that
essence-laden vapor wbloh should have lound
Hs way into the cups of the breakfast table.
And one word about these oups. When the
coffee enters them lt should find the milk or
the cream already there. By observing these
rules, ordinary coffee, made In almost any
way, Is ol ten very palatable Indeed.
BID (Stares* &z.
No. ?75 King street,
WILL BE OFFERED IN ALL OF OUR DE-1
DRESS GOODS RIBBONS
FANCY GOODS MILLINER?/ GOODS
NOTIONS HOUSEHOLD GOODS
DOMESTICS WOOLLEN GOODS
f BLANKETS FLANNELS]
JUST OPENED, A FULL LINE OF
our 60 cants Blaok Alpaca ts the nicest ta th? |
OUR WHOLESALE DEPARMENT
ia complete now, and Great Bargains are of- j
An entire new and elegant Stock of
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS j
Will be opened tn a few days and sold at lowest
Sew York Prices.
An entire new and elegant stock of
SHAWLS, AND OTHER FINE GOODS,
Such as never before exhibited in this Market,
rill be displayed on opening our New Store,
No. 375 King street.
On Monday, September 30.
A BABE CHANCE FOB BABGAINS !
FOR SALB AT BETAIL,
TO CLOSE THE BUSINESS,
[He entire STOCK OF GOODS of tad late T. KELLY,
ieoeased, consisting of a very large and complete
DRESS GOODS, OAHSTM?RES,
TWEEDS, KENTUCKY JEANS,
SOOP, BALMORAL AND BOULEVARD
HOSIERY, GLOVE3 AND .NOTIONS.
Also, a fall assortment or
DOMESTIC GOODS, LINENS, Ao.
Will be offered for sale,
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASE BS
FOR CASH ONLY,
Dommeuclng MONDAT, the 2d of September, and
TO BE CONTINUED FROM DAY TO DAY
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
aug3l M. P. O'CONNOR, Administrator.
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OF
Just received, a largesnpply or the above. Each
?tue contains four pounds of the best Beef, ex?
clusive of fat; can be used with cold or warm
water; also can be taken with Codllver Oil, and
lest roys the taste of the OH.
Toe only food for delicate chu dren.
This is much superior to the "Extractof Beef,"
leretofore offend to the pabilo, as win ba found
ipon trlaL For sale by Br. H. BAEK,
JunT No, 181 Meetmg street
l?gttg @0obg, Notions, #r.
CLOSING OUT SAL!:
FINCT GOODS, NOTIONS. M.
We beg co inform our mends and tbe Merchants
generally, that having concluded to close np our
present business, we now offer eur entire stock for
sale at prlcea that should induce all to bay who
are tn want ol anything In oar line.
Oar Stock is large and varied, and we are con?
fident that lt will be to the Interest of all City or
Country Dealers to cation ns before purchasing
STEELE & WARDELL,
Na 167 MEETING STREET,
sep2-mwflmo Charleston, S. C.
E. W. MARSHALL & GO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
URI GOODS IND NOTIONS.
We offer to the Trade an unusually Large and
Well-Purchased Stock or the above Doods, whtch;
will bo kept foll daring the season by a Resident -
80} er in the Northern Markets, and will be sold
at pnces as low os can be obtained elsewhere.
E. W. MARSHALL & CO.,
No. Ml Meeting street, Charleston, S. 0.
J^R. H. B7 HEWITT,
OFFICB OORNIB Ososas ANO ANSON STBMW.
CHARLESTON, S. 0.,
[ Can be consulted on the following diseases, and
diseases of a kindred nature, free of charge
and In strict confidence. Charges mode?
rate and within the reach of ail. Of?
fice noars from 9 A. M. to 7 P. M.:
RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA.
In all arthritic complaints, t? rheumatism, goat,
neuralgia, Ac, thia practice ls almost perfect.
The most l?teme pains are almost Instantly re?
lieved, enormous swellings are reduced, limbs
which bave been contracted and ann* for yean
are relaxed. Oases of twenty, thirty and forty
years' sueding have been cured by me arter nu
other means have failed.
A great accomplishment ls my triumph over
pam ny which I can orten, m a few moments,
soothe and carry off the most excruciating Buf?
ferings. if this,.system did nothing more than
to relieve pain, lt-would stand superior to any
other system en ant.
StoppeJ-np Head, Running of the Nose, constant
Hawking and Spliting, constant Blowing
of the Nose.
' : Thousands Buffer from that most annoying, din
agreeable and offensive complaint, Catarrh, wttn
oii knowing what lt ls. orien the secreted mu?
cous, flowing down the throat, clogs up the lungs
and laya the foundation for ooasnmptlon.
The most akiliol ph ya i ciao a rall to core lt.
I core any case of obstruction, stopped-up
head, discharges of greenish, thick, thin or glairy
moc?os from the nose. Internal or external, pain
or follneaa between the eyes, constant blowing of
the noaa, inflammation of the nasal passages,
ulceration of schaoiderlan membrane, Ac, in the
coarse ur a few days.
Nervous Deafness, Noises la the Head, otorrhoea,
Otitis (Discbargesfrom the Ear,) Paralysis
of Auditory Nerve.
I am daily treating all sffeotloos or the ear with
the most gratifying results, some who have paid
anrlsts nearly $iuoo without benefit, have been
cured by me in a few weeks at a m o dei ate ex
Mercury, Injudiciously used, has filled the earth
with wreckB or hu manny. Thousands suffer from
lu effects who have been unconsciously dragged
by their physicians, lt u vain to attempt the
care or the majority or diseases whim lt remains In
the body. Although I have heard or several so
called antidotes for mercury in the human body,
I have never yet seen a physician who could
eliminate lt from the system.
I can satlsry any patient or physician that I
can absolutely abstract mercury, lead, zinc, and
other mineral poisons in every care.
Noli-me-Tangere. Lupnse, or Wolf Cancer, Sclr
. rhna Cancer, Fung?os Cancer, Rose Cancer
I make a great specialty in the treatment of
every description of Cancer and Tumors.
How many Cancers and Tumors are wrongfully
treated by certain charlatans atjiiog themselves
After teing pronounced Incurable, I will take
any one of these cases in hand and make a per?
My terms for treating Cancers, Ac, w.ll be
based on the age and condition of the patient,
and the positive certainty of cure._sep21
doora, Sasrjeo ano ?iin?e
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
STORE DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
MOULDINGS, WINDOW GLASS,
NEWELS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
BALUSTERS, SLATE MANTELS.
OFF I C F. AND SALES ROOMS,
No. 20 Hayne street,
FACTORY, H OR IVB B 0 E'S WHARP
Jg AN KING HOUSE OF
HENRY OLE W'S A CO.,
No. 82 WALL STREET, N. T.
Ctroalar Notes and Letters of Credit for Travel
lera, also commercial Credits issued, available
throughout the world.
Bills of Exchange on the Imperial Bank of Lon?
don, National Bank or Scotland, Provincial Bank
or Ireland, and all their branches.
Telegraphic Transfers or Money on Europe, San
Francisco and the West Indies.
Deposit Account? received in rither Currency or
Coin, subject , to check at sight, which paso
through thc Cleating House as if drawn up ou any
city bank. Interest allowed on dally balances.
Certificates or Deposit issued bearing interest at
carrent rate. Notes and Brans collected.
State, city and Railroad Loans negotiated.
CLEWS, HABICHT & CO.,
maysa-x No. ll Old Broad street, London.
p F I c I A L.
STATS OP SOOTH CAROLINA, \
iiBOOTivs DEPARTMENT, J
In pursuance or an Act of toe General A&sem
bly approved March L 1870, entitled, "An act pro?
viding for the general eifc lon and the manner
or coud acting the Bame," amended by an act ap?
proved March 12, 1872, an Election will be held in
the several Oonntles or this State on the THIRD
WKDNB-OAY, being the lath day of Ocober, for
the following state. Legislative, Conntv and Con?
gressional Officers, to S'ive for the next two and
four years, as provided by the State Constitution
and Acts of Congress of the United states, to wit:
Governor, Lleotenant-Governor, Atiorney-Gene
raL secretary of State State Treasurer. comptrol?
ler-General, Superintendent of Education, Adju?
tant and InBpector-General, Members ol the Gene?
ral Assembly, Solicitors in the several Judicial
Circuits, and for the varions County Oftlcca,
together wli h one Member of Congress, to repre?
sent the State at Lame, and Represent ives In the
respec ive Congressional Districts.
At the said election the following amendments
to the State OonstltnUon will be submitted to the
voters for ratification or rejection, to wit:
1st. Amendment relating to ohange of t me of
holding general elections.
Strike ont all of that portion of Section XI of
Article 2, following the words * eighteen hundred
and seventy,'' occurring In the fourth and fifth
lines, s nd Insert the following: ?And forever
thereafter, on the first Tuesday following the first
Monday in Novemb.-r, in every second year, in
inch manner and at snoh places as the legisla?
ture may provide." Tne manner of votifgon thjs
amendment shall be as follows: Those in favor of
tne amendment shall deposit a ballot with the fol?
lowing words written or printed thereon, "Con?
stitutional Amendment-res." Those oppos?d to
said amendment shall cast a ballot with the fol?
io win? words written or printed ttereon, "Con?
2d. Amendment relating to the further In?rense
or the public debt of the State, as follows: Article
XVI. "To the end that the pnbllo debt of south
Carolina may not hereafter be increased wimont
the doe consideration and free consent of the
people or the state, the General Assembly ls here?
by forbidden to cresta any further debt or obliga?
tion, either by the loan or tho credit or the ?tate,
by guarantee, endors-ment or om er wise, except
for the or dlnary and carrent business or the Sta te,
without first submitting the qoestion as to the
creation of any such new dent, guarantee, en?
dorsement or loan of the credit, to the people of
this State, at a g?n?ral election; and unless two
thirds of the qualified voters or this State voting
on the question shall be In favor or a further debt,
guarantee, endorsement or loan of this credit,
none shall be created or made.?
The manner or voting on ihls amendment shall
be as follows:
Those In favor of the amendment shall deposit
a ballot with the following words written or
printed thereon: "Constitutional Amendment,
Artic e jrri.-res."
Those opposed to the amendment shall eau a
ballot, with the following words written or punt?
ed thereon : "Constitutional Amendment, Article
All bar-rooms and drinking saloons shall be
closed on the day of election; and any per-on
wboBhaU sell any intoxicating drinks on toe day
of election shall ba guilty ol a misdemeanor, and
on conviction thereof, shall be fined in a sum not
lots than one hundred dollars, or be Imprisoned
for a period not ress than one' month, nor more
than six month?. The Commissioners and Mana?
gers of * lection, and each of them, are hereby re?
quired, with strict regard to the provisions of the
consrltutlon and laws of the State touching their
duty la such caie, to cause such elections to be
held la their respective oonntles on the day afore?
said, and to take au necessary steps for the hold?
ing of such elections, and for tne ascertaining
abd d?terra ming the persons who shall have been
duly elected thereat, according to the mles, prin?
ciples and provisions prescribed hy the act and
amendments thereon, aforesaid.
In pursuance whereof, I have herennto set my
hand and cause 1 the great seal of the state to
be affixed, at Columbia, the 18th day of Septem?
ber. A. D., 1872, and in the ninety-seventh year
of the Independe nco of the United States of
IL. s ] ROBERTK. SCOTT, Governor.
F. L. CARDOZO, Sojretary of Stat?.
sepl8-wA . ,
.Braga ant) JOeoiritus.
BEACHING THE NORTH POLE.-IT
ls dal med that the North Pole will certain?
ly oe rt-acDt*1. oy one of the expeditions now In
search ot it. Suppose lt should be, and the Amer?
ican dag should be hoisted there, to revolve with
the axi-t or earth onoe in twenty-four hours (l)
what (nen ? Would the discovery be one-tenth as
valuaole to the world in general as
Tarran t's Kffcrresccnt Seltzer Aperient
is to the sick and suffering f is not an agreeable
preparation, that will cure Indigestion, constipa?
tion, nervousness, bilious complaints, and all man?
ner of internal disturbances arising from debility,
or more Importance to mankind than the location
of the Pole ? Rather I The trne article ls procur?
able at all good drug atoros. sepl2-l2
BELLOC'S CHARCOAL ^
Approved by thc Imperial Academy
of Medicine Paris
It is especially to its eminently absorbent
properties that Belloc's Charcoal owes its
great efficacy. It is specially recommended
for the following affections.
CRAMPS IN THE STOMACH
MODE OP EMPLOYMENT. - Belloo's Charcoal
is taken before or after each meal, in the form
of Powder or Lozenges. In the majority of
cases, its beneficial effects are felt after the first
dose. Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
of powder and Lox ol'lozenges.
Deist io Paris, L. FRERE, 19, roi hah
Agents in Charleston: DO wi R, MOISE A .
^ DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists. . J
COMPOUND EXTRACT OF
A RELIABLE REMEDY FOR ALL
DISEASES OF THE URINARY ORGANS
This ls a Solid Extract, and ls recommended es?
pecially for Druggists* and Physicians' use In pre?
scriptions. The quality and uniform Btrength ls
guaranteed. Tnt* Extract ls superior to Copaiba
and oobebs, or plain Oil or Sandal. Unlike moat
preparations of this class, lt does not nauseate.
The testimonials of hundreds la pabilo and pri?
vate life who have been cured by this prepara?
tion could be added; but the proprietor wishes lt
to stand noon its own merits, and only asks a
single trial to convince the afflicted of Its efficacy.
Circulara and samples oan be obtained by Phy?
sicians en application to
DO WIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
Agents for So. ca., Charleston, 8. Q.
??T BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS
superb Bair Dye la the best in the world. Per?
fectly harmless, reliable and Instantaneous. No
disappointment. No ridiculous tints, or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine W.'A. Batchelor'* Hair
Dye produces immediately a splendid black or
natural brown. Docs not stain the akin, but
leaves the hair olean, soft and beautiful. The
only Bare and perfect Dye. Sold by all druggists
Factory ia Bond Btreet, New York,
HOME INSURANCE C0MPAN7, OP NEW YORK.
CASH AS8ETII, J A M'A RT 1, 1873.84,679,018
[GEORGIA HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
CASH ASSET;, JAM AMY 1, 187?.$501,808
RELIA^LYCO^ CLASSES OP PROPERTY IN THE ABOVE PROMPT, LIBERAL AND
sepe-fmwe_ HUTTON LEE, AKent, ,,
Robson's ^.?uer ti s erne nt.
J. If. ROBSON,
HWING AMPLE MEANS FOR ADVANCES, A BUSINESS EXPERIENCE OF
twenty years, an J coi inning himself strictly to a Commission Business, without operating
on his own account, respectfa Jy solicits consignments of Cotton, Flour, Corn, Wheat, Ac. shippers
of produce to bira may, at their option, nave their consignments sold either In Charleston or New
York, thus having the advantage or two markets without extra commissions.
References-blah op W. M. Wightman. S. 0.; Colonel Wm. Johnson, o narlo tte, N. 0.; Rev. 7. O.
Summers,D. D., Tennessee; Hon. John P. Ring, Augusta, Ga.; Messrs. G W. Williams A Co., Charles?
ton, a 0.; Messrs. Williams, Br rule A Co.. New Turk.
Aa the SPECIAL AGENT I OR THE STATE OF DUPONT'S GUNPOWDER, I will always keep a full
stock of all Modi at Magazine. The long experience of Messrs. Dupont lu the manufacture of Gun?
powder, makes lt unnecessary to say more than that I guaran?es the quality or every package. Price
aa low as any other Powder in the market. Persons ordering please name DUPONT.
MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINING COMPANY.
Aa Agent for the MARYLAND STEAM SUGAR REFINERY OF BALTIMORE, I win keep constantly
on hand a foll assortment or crushed, Powdered, 'Granulated, A Wnite, R. White, 0 Extra. 0 Yel?
low; a so Amber Drips In barrels, whioti ( offer at manufacturers' price*, freight added. Any change
In price being reported dally bj' telegraph, thus giving the trade the advantage of lt
Am also Agent for the celebrated orands of Family Flour manufactured py Messrs. DATI3 A
EMMONS, or St. Louis, which I caa. recommend tn every respect; pat np in Ninety -eight Pound Bags
and Barr?le-BEST AND GOL") OL sr, Choice Family, Homo Mill Medium Family, Santa Maria Good
Family. Also several or the tx at Mills in Virginia, Georgia and Tennessee.
As Agent ror WfllTTAK.BR A SON'S CELEBRATED HAMS, Anderson H.'s Oo. Beargraas Hams
Fairbank, Peck A Oo.'s Caddy Lard, Werk A Oo.'s Candles, Samuel Leonard A son Candles. Johnson
A Clements corn starch, Jam? a Beatty A Oo.'s Crackers, oakes. * c.. Soaps of ail varieties. Mackerel in
kits and hair barrels, Ludlow llrand or Gunny Cloth, Baling Twine, Ac, Ac; and as I devote myself
exclusively to a commission Bislness and all the goods are received direct from factory and neither
sell nor Duy on my own account, would respectfully call the attention of the trade to my faculties
for doing business, and the t idocements offered to purchasers. Having an experience of over,
twenty years, and having Just erected a large and commodious storo Ut addition to my others, I am
folly prepared for business.
ENGLISH SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME,
.Imported direct from Liverpool,and guaranteed to contain twenty-four per cent, of soluble Phos?
phate of Limo.
DIRECT FROM THE AGETT, WARRANTED PURE. For sale at market rates.
RAW BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE, FLOUR OF BONE, DISSOLVED
BONE, PLASTER OR GYPSUM.
Always on hand, and aa livery shipment ls analysed on arrival, Planters can rely on getting th?"
same article, and rally np to standard.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
The highly Batiaractory an 1 remarkable effects of this Guano In producing very largely increased
crops of Cotton, Corn and otter stapla crops, has attracted the general attention of Planters and
J. If. ROBSON,
AGENT FOR THE STATE,
Nos. V ?ml 3 atlantic Wharf ?nd 68 Bav?t Bay, Charleston .
pianos, ?rgar. s, &z.
Famished at factory price.1 for Cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the mos t liberal terms.
CHARLES L. M OLEHAHAN,
Piano and Musis Store,
se p3-4 mos Ni. lei Einst street.
Shirts ano jfarni?bjng ?ao?a.
To Make Room For
OPPOSITE MARKET HALL,
13 NOW CLOSING OUT
HIS U1STEQUALLED STOCK OF
INCLUDING THE FAMOUS
A.T OOS T !
CALL. ANO EXAMINE FOE YOURSELVES :
gnrjinig, Mat?\\ntvat &t.
PORTABLE, STATIONARY AND AOBIOULTIJ.
RAL ENGINES, two to fl fry horae-po wer
Circular Saw Mills, Grist Mills
Long and Short Cotton Gins
Gum and Leather Belting
Sperm, Lard, Tannera'. Linseed, Parap hine,
White Oak Oils, Tallow, Ac, Ac.
Engine and Mill Supplies in great variety.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
CORNER MEETING AND CUMBERLAND STS
Cigars, (Sobarco, Ut.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
Na. 310 KINO STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Of Bil linds.
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examine stock before baying else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. B.-Tho Wheel of Fortune constantly os
hand. Invest as cents and try your met. ,
Stratum gftfrp^gbja gyg?
By SL?S DBASE.
FURNITURE, CLOTHING, 'Ac
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will ?fill at
my Store, No. 1 Liberty street, one door from
King. ' - <.'? SS
The FURNIT?BB of a family declining hoose
keeplng, existing In part of Caneand flairlhat
CHAIRS, Ma-bip-Top Tables, Extention Ton,
Card Table, Ice Chest, Wooden Ohairs, Foot Tuba,
Bureau, decks, Pictures. Bedsteads, Ac, Ac. . -
A Small Line of Men's and Boya' CLOTHING,
Hau and cravata; Tablecloths, shawls, ender*
shirts, Spool Thread. Ac, Ac_jjpg
By WM. McKA?. sata
WILL SELL THIS DAT, TO CLOSE
consignments, at No. 45 Wentworth
street, sign of the Red Flag, at io o'clock, twenty
meces CANTON FLANNEL, one case assorted
Prints, Ready-Made Clothing, Hats, Cape,-Um.
breilas, Suspenders, Hoisery, Ac; also 20 kegs
Nails, s's i's and f/a m sep2t>
gtattion Galts-"-!mare giant.
By 10 WNBES to OBIMBALL, ;
FOED, EXECUTOR, VS. COACHMAN.
Under the decree or the Court In this cause,
will be sold at phbllo outcry, at the Old Prj-tof.
Oce in charleston, THURSDAY, November 21,
18(2, at ll o'clock, - ,
All that TRACT QF LAND, known as Sonth Is?
land Plantation (excepting a small portion sold
to tbe vvinyah indigo Society.) ia. the said coon
ty, containing MOO acres, more or less, granted
tu George Ford November 7th, 1788.
In the meantime this property may be treated
tor at private sale.
Terms to be made known on day - or sale." I Pur?
chaser to pay lor stamps and ail necessary pa*
pers. H. D. LB8ESNE,
BY A. C* McBlXUTBA?,... ~"
.VTEW HOUSE, SEYEN BOOMS, . OK
1,1 Sullivan's Island. .. -
Will be sold THURSDAY, 28th instant, at the
Postofflce, at ll o'clock, . -
The new HOUSE, recen tly bnllt by Mr. Omen,
on Back street, next to the Parade Ground. Fine
Lot; a pleas int residence And good Stand for
lnniber and wood-yard.
Terms at sale. ^sep?S-l
- u . r/? neon
..... . ?ii to tilts S??:??r
HATS, GAPS, CANES,
"... . . - }*t*&\ " ?*tij fi*"!!
. AND ri ca*$si
- . . -. r;yr.i.r ziv-i.i
?5 ... . . . .-I .'?.'..il! r-r.-l fcsltoui-:
? rrj .v.. .. ?f;
...;..: .V. .A atVM
Having j ns: returned from Sew ! York with a
line Stock of the above articles, 1 am now pre?
pared to offer them to my friends and the pupilo
wu w Sae
at the .. "
? :L :.: ?.?.-i :;V ..:.; 3 ; iv??a? s?
LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
CHILDREN'S FANCY HAT8r A .
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O. O. PIiH?rOT?^
. ?-.f. .Int.?Kr
No. 301 KING STltJEET.
fiailroa?a. . t-ac ;hibr
gOUTH OABOLINA BAILBOAB^, ^ :
On and after SCKDAY, kay 1?, tfio Passen?
ger Tra?na on the south CaroUna Railroad will run
ita follows: . -, Y-w
voa AUGUSTA. . .'"J
Leave Charleston......... .......... cl*AM'
Arrive at Augusta.;4Va?*;M:
rosCOLUMBIA. H .
Arrlvo at columbia.iM'jfMt
TOE (JHAKLXOTON. .^ JUfW
Leave Angosta.7.49 A' H
Arrive at Charleston... ajo t it
Leave Columbia.7.40 A ic
Arrive at Charleston. 8.20 rv
ACOCOTA MIOHT MUM-j a tid?? bCO
(Sundays excepted.) . . .T <_._?
Leave Charleston. 7.20 r ic
Arrive at Angosta......... coo A ir
Leave Augusta.7.40 r at
Arrive at Charleston...........~'.?' Mrir
OOLOICUA K1?ET SXFBXS*. 'Vt i.OJlt-'i
Leave Charleston. 8.20 r ic
Arrive at colombia.............. 'tAlBSiVMf*
Leave columbia............... cw r ?
Arrive at Charleston. t>M A JC
?CIO?BBVTLU TRAUT. --***?
Leave summerville as.....7JM A JS
Arrive at charleston at.....J^fi?A
Leave Charleston at......... 8.80 r it
Arrive at summerville st.............'?U~4UMBMt
CAMDXK HJiAKOH. .s/t?tfciitfi,
Leave Camden..cl? A ?
Arrive at Colombia..................MUO A M
Leave columbia.,.. *f
Arrive at Camden....ca ry
Day and Night Trains connect at Augtate-rTlh
Macon and Augusta Railroad, central RaUroad
and Georgia Railroad. This ls the qaiciea^aud
most direct route and as wmfortableandcMgTM
conne<Jt with Charlotte R"*-*,
Through tickets on sale via thia rout? to all
pomts North. ^ v -?L^LV
Camden Train co nu oe ts at KingrlUe dai?y (ex?
cept sundays) with Day MW?O?i?M
runs thronen to OolnmWa. . ' TllLllL?
8. B. PIGKENS, G. T.A* JSS&a
NO?THEASTERN RAILROAD OOM
CHAKLK3TON, 8. C- JUttS 8. 1872.
Trains will leave Charleston Delly at laltVAi M
^Artve^Aharleaton coo A. M. (MOndaji^j^v
M$ram MlM. Charleston 8-80 P. aWSnt*
D min leavlnglOAfi A. ?J**^t5r^k^S!^
?on to New York, ria- Rii?imond .an<1T'Ainnla.:
Creek only, golug through m. 44 hcora.^ -
Passengers leaving bv 8.00iP, M. Trainten
choice or route, via Whmoud and Ws??rorton,
o? via Portsmouth and Baltimore. ???^?0?:
F RID AT by this Train lay ever on arrMDAY^JW
timor?. Thoae jeavlng on SATOBIUY remain sot.
DAY lu Wilmington, N. a _ . ?tr hAnrr?g-?
This ls the cheapest, quickest and roost
an: ronu w CiocinnaU, Chicago and
west and Northwest, ^^".i^^^n?^
nec??nsat Washington with Western Trew?
Baltimore a?d Ohio W^s. SOLOMONS; .
Engineer and Sopajint^Unt-.
p. 'Li OLEAPOR, GenTTTctet Agent, nttyn
HAVANNAH AND OBJMf&Wtl
Q BALLROAfl. , ? o?s v.
[i OUABLSSTON, Jone ?A^?ftjT
f" on and after ^^^t^^mSS^:
aenaer Trains on this noaa win rua awNm. c
Leave Charleston dauy..--.'i&M*
Arrive st savannah daDy.......
Leave savannah d*Uy----.1^i*5i
Arrive at Charleston dhlly.;...w.vi,.-?lAklfct.
DAY TRAIN.nUM Hffia?
Leave Charleston, Son day s excepted.. r-jB X|u.
Vrnvoatsavaimah, Saadaysexoepted, 3.80 P.M.
Leave Savannah, Sunday ? excepted.., ll A. M.
Arrive at charleston, Sundays ?o^WfcgJk,
paasengere from Charleston by 7.40 A. M^-t/aia
make cloee counecuou with Poet Royal Ba?ioa? ;
mg to points m Flondaand by SavaxmivhJlfteoi.
steamaolps to Beeton. Prompt dispsjohjrt.wav
freights to Beaufort and polna on r^J?nr
Bauroaorand ai aa low rates as by w?t?M
Tickets on sale at thia office for Beaoicrt or?
Port Royal Railroad. O. RJgggg^U
ElaglnwT aiid fmpenn?enafj?
. & ?. B0YL8T0M, Seal -ft? ??* TOW* AW*