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Light on the western hills-the crlmsoi
. s onset
""Flinging a mantle or fire over the e
Bed as the blood of the brave that nc
Loading to victory's crown, or tod
Light on your golden tresses, flashlag ai
lng and burning;
? Light in yonr aznre eyes, shining la
Light on the woods and the waves, and
the river mist, turning
Its chill Into warmth-all round, e
everywhere light t
Ah 1 bat within our hearts, (yours and o
darling, my own love t
Parting to meet on earth never, lt
Not one gleam cf the glory that shines at
ls known, love I ~~T - *
Ali ls dark as the grave, shadowed ant
One last kiss I . . . Now take this ros
plncked for yonr bosom,
Fraught with a fragrance as sweet, 1
your love Is for me;
Not a pale, fragile bud, bat a full-blown, c
Glowing and blight as my heart's wll<
tlon may be t
So If I come not when years shall have
your cheek shall be faded.
Not till your eyes shall be dim with tei
have fallen In vain.
Not till the gold lock* be gray, and the ll
weary and jaded,
Treading a desolate path darkened w
psst and rain.
When yon shall take rorth the rose, and lc
scentless and withered,
Murmuring words like these: "Boss,
world say Its say,
We know bim not false, bntdead; and
when our Father bas gathered
His harvest in, we shall meet tn the hg
fi*. Ferguson in the Dark
THB CAMPAIGN IN MABIOl
A Regular Radical Meeting-Se
Sawyer Pats the Best Foot Fon
-A Strong Speech by Union Ca
ter-Tbs Meeting suits with fl
and Gives thc Egyptians the
[FROM ODS OWN COBBXSPONDKNT.]
MARION, 8. C., October 3,1
We had to-day oar second instalmic
pabilo speaking by the Regular Radicals
next we are to receive on the 12th In
We now express the hope that there v
less of lt on that occasion than on this, 1
are becoming tired.
Yesterdayl&fternoon the train brought
Hay ne, candidate for secretary of State o
Moses ticket, and D. D. McCall, of Marli
the newly fledged Radical and candidat
solicitor for the Fourth Judicial Circuit
Cass Carpenter, of the Colombia Union
J. A. Danbar, of the Regulars, and F. A.
yer, of the Bolters, arrived In town oi
three o'clock A. M. train this mon
Messrs. Carpenter and Dunbar must have
accorded the unusual honor of a public r<
tlon, for aa early as half past four o'clock
community was awakened by the (nevil
flte-blowlng and drum-beating which otu
terize the Radical gatherings here.
Afterwards everything seemed quiet enc
until twelve o'clock, when the same dr
and file were again employed to call up st
glen to the Courthouse. In a few mom
the audience, about two hundred In num
assam bled, and the meeting was called tc
der by C. Smith, county chairman and ca
date tor the State Senate. Mr. Smith expl
ed to the meeting that (he Hon. F. A. Ba?
had ^quested the privilege ot addresi
them IQ behalf of the Bolters' ticket, and i
his request had been granted. He then bi
ly Introduced Mr. Sawyer to the audience.
The Bpeech o? Senator Sawyer was a
effort, one worthy even of a man of hlB
knowledge^ ability and oulture. He bei
by eologizlng Grant, Wilson and the Repu
eau party in the natloo, und In this he cari
his audience (the Radical part ot lt) with bl
When the tone changed and he began dlsscu
lag the meriti of Tom lin son ana his lick
and the demerits of Moses and bis confier
lt became but too evident that this sympai
was gone. He discussed with much dlgn
and ability the arms contract, and the pay c
Uflcate errors o? Moses; paid a passing ie
handed compliment to Cardoso, and pi
coeded- to a fruitless Inquiry Into I
fitness of Solomon L. Hogo lor the comptn
lerehip.,.He asked that any man who km
One' single quality or attribute In Sol omi
which fitted him for this Important offl
would nama It; andan "innocent bot impr
dent gentleman In the corner" responded th
Bolomon's education would fill the bill; Ti
Imprudent individual was temporarily d
mouthed by the reply from Mr. Sawyer, th
he was glad to bear Solomon's learning wou
bear him through the test, that be (Mr. S
bad known Solomon six years, and was i
tbis Mme ignorant of the fact. Mr. Sawy
was proceeding to show up the Congresslon
career of masterly Inactivity which Sol?me
had gloriously followed, when he was again li
terropted by a question as to his own caree
whether he bad acted with his party, and bc
supported the civil rights bill, Ac His rep
totals was masterly. Though the speakei
opinion and ours are almost the antipodes
each other, lt ls but simple J us ti ce to Bay tin
the maaner, tone and words In which he vii
dinted the consistency of his course, exhib?
ed suTdevotioo to party, proved his esme
advocacy of all measures tending to the sw
vancement of the interests of the colored pe
pie, and denounced the slanders which he
been industriously circulated against bin
was magnificently eloquent. With scorn 1
his every look and manner he hurled at ti
amazed questioner aa avalanche of bitte
contemptuous words, and then turning to tt
audience he branded the baseness of tho*
wbo whispered these slanderous falsehoods 1
the ears of the uninformed masses In the eli
quent yet terrible language which only th
true orator can use. , .
Mr. Sawyer was not interrupted during tra.
remainder o? his speech-at least we don
recollect that he was. He presented th
claims of his ticket forcibly and with dignity
In fact, the one distinguishing eborac . eris tl 3 c
bis speech consisted in its tone. There wa
none of that dirty Billingsgate which now m
frequently disgraces poll tl cal argt im e nt. W
have written rather at length, because hi
speech deserves It,
The remainder o? the speaking was not re
ru ar kable, except tor the lameness or the ex
caaes for Moses. -Franklin J. is a bard max
to help along. None of his followers can ex
Eulin hlayouthful "errors," a? they were callee
y Delany. Mr. James A. Dunbar, who fol
lowed Mr. Sawyer, tried bard to say some
thug to shield bim; but succeeded better In
exposing the want 01 cleanliness in the re
cords of the Betters than in covering up Mr.
Moses's tracks In the pool of corruption. He
made a passable speech, however, and his
colored hearers made up in good will and
sympathy whatsoever he failed to accomplish.
Mr. L. Cass Carpenter next addressed the
meeting. He did it so well that we are In?
clined So th I nk thal he would be ac excellent
campaigner if he had material to work upon
which had, at least, one good and sound part.
Unfortunately for Mr. Carpenter, be didn't
have this kind of material, and, consequently,
ne only made a good speech. He did 001
undertake to defend Moses- except by saying
that Mr. Moses had denten the charges, and
that, if he (meek Franklin) was guilty, lt was
the doty of those wbo knew of this guilt tc
prove the same la the courts. Mr. Carpen ter
ended by making a strong appeal to bis col?
ored friends to stand by the nominees of the
Regular Republican parly, and beseeching
them to Ignore the Bolters' ticket, telling
them It was practically a Democratic ticket.
He predicted that the Regular ticket would
be elected by at least 25,000 majority.
The next speaker was H. E. Hayne, the
candidate for secretary of State. He began
to speak, but, the crowd having dwindled
down In numbers, he did not finish. His re?
marks, to the point where be stopped, were
not obj eciion a ble-at least, not greatly so.
Tonight while we are writing, the yells
which are Intended as cheers to the speakers
reach our ears, and admonish ns that the
pow-wow la not yet over. Those who speak
to-night ore Hayne, McCall and Cardozo. The
latter arrived on this afternoon's train. On tbe
whole, this day's work bas not been without
its lesson. We bave to-day heard argument
based upon records which would damn with
eternaf?tegrace any candidate before an intel?
ligent people, but witta tbe voters here they
pass as the idle wind. Beyond doubt Moses ls
tbe favorite here ia Radical ranks.
The county canvass has been active; candi?
dates have done and are yet doing their work
nobly,-and. the neople are themselves moving
In the matter. Every dav we bear good news
of good work done, of slight dlsaffectlons
N ma <r-' ? I
healed, and of progresa gained on the road to
victory. There Is no doubt that we will carry
the county, possibly by an increased majority.
Our committee have applied for supervisors,
and we are determined to have a fair vote.
With.that, Marlon is safe. ju VENTS.
BOREAS IX BIS HOP TIL L E
Another Cold Snap-The Fall Trade-A
Glance at the Political Situation
The White? will do Nothing and the
Blacks Vote for Moses-About Corn
[FROM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
BISHOP vi LLK, October 2.
Another cool Bnap ls upon us, the third and
coolest of the season. Old Boreas, rousing
from bis Stimmer slumbers, blew a stiff bret-ze
all day yesterday, almost bringing frost this ,
morning, the thermometer falling to forty
nine degrees. It has been unseasonably
warm for several days past, and the sudden
change In the atmosphere ls felt quite sensi?
bly, rendering fire and heavy clothing neces?
sary for comfort
Our thoughtful and enterprising BlBhopvllle
merchants have anticipated the requirements
ol the season and have already lu store a
large aDd attractive stock of dry goods.
The fall trade bas opened quite brisk, and
unusual activity ls observable. The rapid
growth ot our modest and unpretending vil?
lage presents substantial proof of thrift and
enterprise. It bas doubled its ante-bellum
size in respect io stores, now numbering a
half dozen, one of them among the largest in
the county. A surprlslog quantity of cotton ls
sold here considering the distance to the near?
est railroad station-Ulteen miles. There ls
no traffic In seed colton, tbe demoralizing and
disreputable practice having been abandoned
several years ago.
Contrary to expectation, politics have not
disturbed UB much BO far thia far. Only one
political meeting hos been held here in sever?
al months, and that was a tame and Insignifi?
cant Radical affair. Moses will probably re?
ceive the colored votes of this section. Tbe
Bolters have no strength here. ' The whites
will support neither aspirant for gubernatorial
honors. To them lt ls a matter of Indiffer?
ence which faction succeeds. They do not
regard either Moses or Tomllnson as worthy
of their confidence or support.
The bulk of the cotton crop Is gathered.
With the weather at all favorable. It will all
be gathered in this month. In many Heida all
that remains ls a light sprinkling of top cot?
ton, which will require but little time or labor
to plok lt. The yield will fall below the July
The corn crop lar exceeds last year's, and
will generally be sufficient to satisfy the home
demand. Som? planters have already housed
their corn, while others are housing. For ob?
vious reasons this work ls generally done
earlier now than la former years, under the
A good deal of sioknesp, mostly biliona
fever, has prevailed In this section lor several
weeks past. A few cases have proved rather
obstinate, but ail are convalescent now. No
deaths of lever have occurred among the j
whites in this immediate vicinity. SIGMA.
THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
The Conservatives Quiet- Both the Rad- ?
leal Faction? Promising Reform-A
Nomination fi?r Circuit Solicitor.
[F ROM ODB OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
ORANOEDDRO, S. C., October 4.
Ti.1 factions which are squabbling, bribing,
begging and threatening, have had no effect J
whatever on the Conservative vote, (the
white population) of our section, and the
idea which has occurred to some of springing j
forward a Democratic ticket, at (he last hour,
when the fight ls hottest, ls a thing which we
have no desire to do, and will not attempt.
Both parties representing the virtue of the
Radicals promise reform, both will try to stop
stealing. If they do not put their virtuous
resolutions In practice soon, they will stop
"par n?cessite," as there will be nothing to
Charleston and Orangeburg are Interested
10 the selection of a solicitor for this Judicial
jlrcult, and we know of no name more worlhy
11 tbe support or both white and colored for
ibis Important position than that of our fei lo w
.ownsmau, W. J. DeTrevllle. The peace
oving people may be assured that lt the penl
:entlary for partisan purposes has been cheat
)d of Ita legitimate ocoupanis heretofore, that
Ifr. DeTrevllle will assuredly perform bis part
f elected In future to the dismay of villains
ind the vindication of Justice.
AX ELOQUENT PRESIDENT.
k Fsw specimens of General Grant'?
[From the cincinnati Commercial]
Some of our valued correspondents assert
.bat, as Impartial Journalists, we should pub?
lish a few of the speeches uttered by the Presi?
dent. It ls urged that we have occupied so
much space with Greeley's speeches we should,
in fair play to Grant, reproduce some of his
ablest efforts. By request, therefore, we give |
the following specimens:
President Gram's speech to the people of I
Alleghany City, delivered October, 1871, in re?
sponse to an address by the mayor:
"It affords me great pleasure to witness the
honors conferred upon me In this reception.
I hope that I shall ever, In the administration
of the affairs of the government, receive ihe
approval of the people of the Outted States,
Irrespective of party, which shall ever be my
effort. I thank you lor this reception."
President Grant's great speech on the open- I (
lng of the European ana North American
Ballway, in full, delivered In Bangor, Maine,
"Ladles and gentlememen, I congratulate
you and the people of the State of Maine, and
the people of the nation at large, upon the
occasion which bas brought all of us here. It
ls a matter ia which yoa are particularly In?
terested; aud the nation at large. I believe, ls
almost equally Interested with you. I hope 11
that the railroad may prove to you, and to us,
all that ls expected of lt. Improving and build- j
lng np a friendly feeling between us and the
people of the same language with ourselves,
who, I think, are equally interested in the
preservation of the most cordial friendship."
President Grant's speech to the citizens o?
Portland, Maine, delivered October 20, 1871.
"I bave a vivid recollection of visiting your
city BIX years ago. Thia ia the second time I
have been in your city, and am much pleased
with the reception here as well as at other
places I have visited In your State. If I do not
oftener than I bave heretofore, I shall not
make many more visits here before I shall be
quite an old mau."
President Grant's speech at the Newark
exposition, delivered September 19,1872:
"Gentlemen, I am happy to be here to?
night to witness this display ol Newark's man?
ufactures. Your ? ar-fa m ed city bas done well ;
ber manufacturers have an Influence opposed
to the Importation of foreign manufactures/'
President Grant's great speech at Newark,
delivered at Governor Ward's residence, In
response to a serenade, September 19, 1872.
Heretofore Imperfectly given-now reported
lu full :
"Ladles and gentlemen, I could OOt but
feel grateful for the reception I nave received
at the hands of the citizens o? Newark and of
New Jersey to-day. I had the pleasure o? vis?
iting the state lair near Elizabeth, where I
saw little else but people. I was at your ex?
position to-night, and again people, but lit?
tle of what they had there to seeT I hope to
Bee to morrow what I went to-night to see "
President Grant to the loyal people of P hila?
delphia, delivered in response to a serenade
at Philadelphia, September 25, 1872: renMe
"Gentlemen and merchants of Philadel?
phia," you have heard much better speeches
to-night than I] could make If I were go in?
clined. I em very glad to see you, and am
pleased to hear that you have been to hear
such fine speeches, and how ybu have been
JAY COOKE, MCCULLOCH & CO.
No. 41 LOMBARD STREET, LONDON.
FOR TRAVELLERS, AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
JAY COOKE A CO.,
NO. 20 WALL STREET.
NEW DEY GOODS.
NO. 2Q8 KING STREET,
Begs to announce that he ls now In receipt of j
Which baa been personally selected daring the
past Month, and embraces a fall and complete
DRESS GOODS, PRINTS,
With an endless variety or Trimmings for GuU
dreu's and Ladles' Underwear.
Also, a rall Une or Gooda for Boys' and Men's
wear, together with a large stock or
FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, &o.
AU or which has been tonghi at the lowest cash
rates, and will be sold ror aa small a profit aa any j
other house In the oliy.
An oil ly call and Inspection ls respectfully so?
No. ?68 KING STREET,
SECOND DOOR BELOW HASEL STREET.
itti?uroi Sperm GD il
THE NEW DISCOVERY,
MINERAL SPERM OIL.
This OIL la perfectly non-explosive, will not
Ignite at 800 degrees Fahrenheit, and la entlte'y
r dories*. For railroad cara, steamers and ci wed?
ing houses ls invaluable.
Recommended by the Board or Underwriters,
Steamboat Inspectors, President of Chamber
or commerce and Captains of Steamers
trading to this port, and by hundrtdJ
of ramilles wno are now
using lt In the city.
Is more billliant than Kerosene, Lighthouse or j
ether Explosive Oils now In neo. -
OIL BORDERS AND CH1UNJES at wholesale |
and retail by DOUGLAS A MILLER,
Sole Agents for the State of Sooth Carolina,
D, alera In Paints, O ta. Glass Ac, ac.
No. ?9 East Bay, booth or Postoffice,
' octr-lmo Charleston, S C.
<?tot!)irtg ano Jnrmorjing ?ooo?.
NEW GOODS !
MENKE ft MULLER,
TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
NVITE THE ATTESTION OF THE PUBLIO TO
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
JEN TS' FURNISHING GOODS,
AND CHOICE MATERIALS
FOR CUSTOM WORK
AN INSPECTION OF THE
GrOODS AND PRICES
DOR, KING AND WENTWORTH STS.,
li H. ES FBI Cir Ft/LL Y SOLICITED.
rp HB MEW Tut ROVED
WHEELER A WILSON
THE BEST 18 THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machinai
m Tea Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER * WILSON M A NUF"J CO.,
aprs-lrr ." * Na 309 King street.
?J A. J. SULLIVAN,
* BUILD EB AND CONTRACTOR,
No. 113 MEETING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARK LET A CO
Desires to Inform hts friends and the public
(bat be ls prepared to carn on the GENERAL
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs or all kinds at?
tended to, Designs and estimates fur Maned upon
fjS T. CHAPEAU & CO.,
DIALERS AND DISTTLLIM OP
TURPENTINE AND BOBIN,
OFFICE No. ITS EAST BAY,
The highest prices paid for erode
jyj"08ES GOLDSMITH A SON,
COLONNADE ROW, TENDUE RANGE.
Highest Cash Price paid ror WOOL, WAX
Hides, Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and au kinda of
Dealers ta COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
Pi? iron. mayso-mwriyr
"^jr PRESTON DOWLING,
No. o BOYCE'S WHARP,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Local Salesman or the celt Orated Wright k
Warnock's Horse-Power for ginning, ?a-l y
adapted to the Old King Post, and ls a complete
geering, not affected by the weight in the Bin
house. DA vented by a Barnwell man. Gina,
wuh two motes. 40 er 45 saw gins, i soo to 2000
pounds lint per dav- Price here $125. Also for
Wright's Cotton Planter. Best ever invented.
Plants any given number of seed any given num?
ber or inches apart. One hand, with mule, opens
plants and covers six acres per day. Price $28. '
sepM-wlm-T ' ,
nJrrj Ofooos, Ut.
QGGGGGGGG ' GGGGGGGGQ
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GUGG OPENING GOGO
O OF O
GOGO DRY GOGO
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FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT ft CO
NO. ava KING &rv& BIET,
(BROWNING'S OLD STAND,)
Have completed their ne wand elegant Bollding,
and are now offering to the Public the Fall Impor?
D BESS GOODS,
In ail the latest Fabrics, comprising :
PLAIN CASHMERE-*, Irish and French Poplins
Drep de Niece, Merinos in all the newest colors
Plain, Striped and Fafcoy Silk
Black silks la all the leading makes
satins, ia Black and all other colors
MIR Plu-hes. la ail shades
TiimmMK and Cloaking Velvets, all colors
Dress aaa Trimming EpplngUns
Rep Valoam and Rep Fou
Wool and Silk Poplins
A new and fall Line of Mourning Goods
A splendid a?Boitmeot of Seoood Mourning ooods
Alpacas. Bombazines, Empresa A Henrietta Cloths
Lacen, Embroideries and Handkerchiefs
Lace collars, shawls, Aa., Ac
On TDESDAT, October 1st, we will open our
CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT
Fine CARPETS for Fall and Winter 187Z
We will on that day opes a full Line of
Two and Three-Ply Carpeta
English and American Oil Cloths, ah widths
Druggets, Bugs. Mata, Ac, Aa,
All In entirely new detlgns.
We have added to oar well assorted Stock
Gooda a fall Line of
which will comprise all the latest designs and
fabrica Io that department.
RICH SATIN DAMASK
Plain Silk and Union Terries
Tapestry, Plano and Table Covers
Heir Cloths, Gimpa, Conon Damasks
Cornices, Tassels, Window Shades, Ac.
Oar CLOTH AND TAILORING DEPARTMENTS
are complete, and the Finest and Latest Styles
can be found at oar establishment.
On WEDNESDAY, October 2d, we will open and
have completed oar
GENTS' F URNISHISG DEPARTMENT,
offering the Pabilo the Beat and Latest styles
and Mates of Gooda beloflflag to this department
Oar MILLINERY DEPARTMENT oontaina all
the Latest Styles of FEATHERS, Flames, ArtlO
dal Flowers; Plain, Oros Grain, two aod three
Shaded Ribbone,lu all the most fashionable shades.
DOMESTIC AND LINEN DEPARTMENTS ARE
sa-The prices of all oar Gooda will he regula
ted aocordiog to the latest New York Price List.
Oi eAt care has been takes la the completion and
selection of Goods for oar ..
which, purchased of very first hands only, can be
guaranteed to be the -cheapest and best selected
Stock in this market. We most cordially Invite
Merchants. Milliners and Talion to inspect our
Stock of Gooda, examine oar Pnces, and we can
The Salesroom for this Department ls entirely
separate from the Retail Department.
FUROHUOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
No. 276 King Btreet.
Panos, ?rrjans, Ut.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Furnished at factory prices for Cash, or by
Monthly Pay manta on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. M'CLENAHAN,
Plano and M?sle Store,
aeps-imoa No. loi King Btreet.
<?nj}ine0, iKacljinrrrj, &t.
PORTABLE, STATIONARY AND AGRIOULTU
BAL ENGINES, two to fifty horse-power
Circular Saw Milla, Grist Milla
I jong and Short Cotton Gina
dam and Leather Belting
Sperm, Lard, Tannera', Linseed, Paraphlne,
White oak Oils, Tallow, Ac, Ac
Engine and Mill Supplies In great variety.
CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO.,
CORNER MEETING AND CUMBERLAND 8TS
Shirlo ono .famishing, ?oo?s.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
GENTS' Milli STORE,
CHARLESTON, &. C.
SS38SS on fiTT'Q ssssss
sssssOuUI I OBSSSS
SSS QR^,A" S83
SB STAR 8S
sss SHIRT sss
SSSSSS EMPORIUM SSSSSS
Tbs Proprietor of the above Establishment has
Jost returned from New York with a new and
well selected Stock of the Celeorated
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
ALSO, A FINS ASSORTMENT OF
GENTLEMEN IF FURNISHING OOODS,
Shaker Flannel, Wool aod Merino, Colton Flan*
nel, Shirts and Drawers, all grades and all sizes.
English Merino and cotton Bair Hose.
Also, a full selection of the latest Novelties In
English Windsor Scarfs, Marquise Scarfs,
Lord Stanley Scarfs, Livingston cravats,
Chancellor Scarf a, Bows and Ties.
Gray's PAPER COLLARS of all descriptions.
Walklog Canes and Umbrellas.
MEETING STREIT, OPPOSITE MARKET HALL. ]
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fi. "QHG0T7', BENEDICTA CO]
itv. \ ?75 K:ING STREET,
BROWNING'S OLD STAND,)
Have completed th( lr new and elegant Building,
and are now offering to the Pnbllo the Fall Impor?
in all the latest Fahrt ?, comprising:
PL UN CASHMERES, irish and French Poplins
Drep de Niece, Merinos in all the no west colors
Plain, Striped and Fancy Suk
Black Silks la all the leading makes
Satins, in Black and nil other colors
Silk Plashes, la alt shades
Tri m ml Dg and Cloaking Velvets, all colors
Dress and Trimming Bppiogllna
Hep Valours and Rei Pols
Wool and Silk Popllnn
A new and roll Line or Mon rain g Gooda
A splendid assortment or Second Mor.ming Goods
Alpacas, Bombazines, Empress A Henrietta Cloths:
Laces. Embroideries nod Handkerchiefs
Lace Collara, Shawls, ac, ac.
On TUESDAY, October 1st, we will open oar
CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT.)
. Fine CARPETS for Fall and Winter 1872.
We will on that day o pen a fall Line or
Two and Three-Ply c ir peta
English and American Oil Cloths, all widths
Druggets, Hags, Mats, Ac , Aa,
All in entirely new designs;
We have added to t ar well assorted Stock or j
Goods a foll Line of
which will comprise all the latest designs and
fabrics In that department.
RICH MATIN DA li ASK
Piala Mik and Uaion Terries
Tapestry, Plano and Table Covers
Hair Cloths, Gimps. Cotton Damasks
cornlcea, Taueli, Window Shades, Ac.
Oar CLOTH AND TAILORING DEPARTMENTS
arc complet.-, and the Finest and Latest Styles
can be round at our es abllsbment.
On WEDNESDAY, o :tober 2d, we will open and
have completed our
CENTS' FURNISHING DEPARTMENT,
?tiering the Pabilo Hie Best and Latest styles
and Makes of Goods belonging to this department.
Oar MILLINERY D SPARTMFNT contains all
the latest styles ot FEATHERS, Plumes, Artificial
Plowers; Plain, Oros o ala, two and three shaded
Ribbons, tn all the most fashionable shades.
DOMESTIC AND IIS IN DEPARTMENTS ARE
?-nie Prices or all mr Goods will be regulated
According to the latesi New York P.Ice list.
Great care has been taken tn the completion
and selection of Goods for oar
which, purchased or very first hands only, can be I
guaranteed to be the cheapest and best selected
Stock In this marker. We most cordially Invite
Merchants, Mininera and Tallnrs to inspectonr
Stock or Goods, examine our Prices, and we can
Tho Salesroom for this Department ls entirely I
separate from the Retail Department. - - I
FCBCHGOTT, BENEDICT A 00.,
sep20 No. 21? King street.
flfrgflg at tPrjoUgqle.
jp?WIE, MOISE ?v DAT is
nrPOBTKBS, MANUFACTUBXB8* AND
CHARLESTON, & C.
We beg to call the attention of Druggists, Phy?
sicians and Country Merchants to our large and
complete Stock of all Goods usually kept in a j
WHOLESALE DRUG WAREHOUSE,
consisting In part ol Pare DRUGS, Medicines and
Chemicals, Foreign and Domestic, all Proprietary
Articles, Instruments. Tr asses, supporters, Band?
ages, Suspensions, Glassware, Window Glass,
Potty, Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffs, instruments,
Perfumery, Fancy Gooda and Druggist's Sun?
dries, which have been selected with great care
to meet the wants or all in need or Reliable Arti
clea at moderate prices. *
We are alto Proprietors of the following, which
we offer with confidence ss being equal to any
similar Preparations la the market:
SUMTER BITTERS, the Great Southern Tonic.
MOISE'S LIVER PILLS, Purely Vegetable.
MOISE'S HORSE, HOG AND CATTLE POWDERS.
MOISE'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, Warranted
i i to Core.
MOISE'S POPULAR WHITE WORM CANDY.
MOISE'S MORNING STAR YEAST OR BAKING
COLLIER'S REMEDY FOR MAN AND BEAST,
the Beat Liniment ever used.
We are Agents for the following Houses, whose
Articles we offer at Proprietors' prices:
DB. YON G UL ANN'S ROYAL CROWN SCBNAPPS.
This world-renowned Tonio ls highly recom?
mended by the most eminent German Physi?
cians, and pronounced by them as perfectly
pure, and free from all adulteration.
JOHN WYETH A BRO., or Philadelphia-Elegant
Pharmaceutical Preparations : Beef Wine
and Iron, "Tasteless Cod Liver Oil," Pepsin,
Bismuth and Strychnine, Ac.
BANGE BEOS. A WHITE,;or Philadelphia-Stand?
ard Solid and Fi ni il Extracts and Sugar. ]
LIEBIG'S Texan Extract or Beef, in all size
Excelsior Spring Saratoga Water. Fresh sup?
pli?e received monthly.
TI EM AN A CO.'S Celebrated Surgical Instru?
LONG'S Portable Soda-Water Apparatus. All
complete In one silver-Plated Draw-Stand.
The Cheapest and most Easily Managed Foun?
tain In the world.
PATENT SPRING SHOW-CASES, WALNUT AND
4,6, e, 7 and 8 feet, always on hand.
T^XOELSIOtt HAIR TONIC.
Thia preparation .Ut just what many perBons
need. They wish no dye, but only a Hair Wash,
or Bair Dressing-something that will keep the
bair clean, and at the name time be a p eas an
hair dressing-not too greasy. The "Excelsior'
meets all thesu Indications, and should be given
a trial. Fifty cents a bottle; five bottles lor two
dollars. A liberal discount to t he trade.
For sale by the Manafactnrer.
DR. H. BABB, No. 181 Meeting street.
VAN DEDSSN'S WOEM CONFECTIONS
(Made of Pore santonine.)
Pleasant, reliable and effectual; has stood the
te 31 or many years.
For sale Wholesale and Re tau by
DR. H. RAER, Na 181 Mee (lng street.
Carpas, ??o?inr), ?t.
OIL CLOTH, HATTING, ftc
GEO. A. BO WM A IV. A g ?nt,
Mo. ?37 KINO STREET,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A HANDSOME AND WELL
SELECTED STOCK OF :
Velvet, Body Brussels, Tapestry Brussels, Three*
Piyi Ingrain, Wool Dutoh, Venetian and .Hemp
Velvet, Brussels and Beam RUGS and MATS
Cocoa, Mantua, Rattan and China MATTTSO
Cocoa, Jute and AUloant MATS
OIL CLOTH, of ail widths and qnalltl's
STAIR BODS, Stair Fads, Carpet Linings, Ac.
Whloh ha la prepared to o?\r at prices that win
tant*} ?cobs, Stations, Ut.
FALL AND WINTER
E. W. MARSHALL ft CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS MD NOTIONS.
We offer to tue Trade an unusually Large and
Well-Purchased Stock ol the above Gooda, which
will be kept full during the season by a Resident
Boyer in tbe Northern Marketa, and will be sold
at prices aa low aa can be obtained elsewhere.
E. W. MARSHALL A CO.,
No. 141 Meeting street, Charleston, S. 0.
<3\oves, Rosiers, Ut.
KID AND CASTOR GLOVE,
MOM ONS TO S II BUTTONS.
Black, White, Light, Mode and Dark. AU the new
fancy colora to match the prevailing ?hades
or BU ta and Dress Gooda.
For aale, wholesale and retail, by .
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
BOLE AGENT FOR THE UNITED STATES,
COOKING AM) HEATING ST0TE9
A T RETAIL.
PICTURES AND PRICES OF EACH, With 1 lats
or Furniture for Cook Stoves, will be sent upon
WILLIAM SHEPHERD A CO.,
No. 29 KAYNE STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. a
gooers, Sao ti ca and ?iiuos.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
STORE DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
MOULDINGS, WINDOW GLASS,
NEWELS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
BALUSTERS, SLATE MANTELS.
OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS,
No. 30 Hayne street,
FACTO BT, HOBLB80 K'S WHABF
T\yrEDICINAL TORPEDOES, IN THE ?
ITX shape of fierce cathartics, are falllag into |
disrepute. . ?
Tsrrsnt'i KfTerreic ent Seiner Aperltnt I
ls driving them out of ase. lt ls the mildest and !
most genial of ah laxatives, instead of weaken?
ing the stomach and bowels, lt gives them tone
and vigor, ut her purgative* leave the excretory
paaaagea In an unatoral condition, and nsw con?
cretloDs gather there, often more difficult io re-1
move tban those that have been violently expel?-1
ed. The SEL i ZEtt APERIENT; on the eontrary,
es'abashes a regular habit of body. As an appe- j
tlzer and exllarant, lt ls far supperlor io any
"Bitters," and its purifying influence on the vio?
lated animal fluids excels that of any blood d??
purent lu the Materia Medica. And then, bow J
delicious I Sold by all druggists. aep26-i2
BEEF, WINE AND IRON
BEEF, WINE, IBON AND CINCHONA.
These elegant and excellent stimulating Tonics
are now getting into general ase,
casos of delicate females and oblldieo. They may
hfl hai\ nt DR- ?. BADI*,
be had or No. 131 sleeting street.
A fnii stnnk of Elixirs, and all the other new
nSSS^^Sntliam alwaya kept on
TO PSOTOGBAPHEBS ! _.,
DB. H. BAER.No. 181 MEETING STREET,
Keeps a foll assortment or Photographers' Oheml
calsfas also Pure Alcohol, Acetic Acid, Ac, AO.,
auof which he sells at the lowest prices.
Bj Wit MeKAY.
nOOm PERSTJEAMSHI? SOUTH CAE
IT OLINA AND CHARLESTON, 00 account
of Shippers Wfll s?ETHla DAT, at io o'clock,
ac toe signor the Bea Hag, No. 4S<rwattwwrtb
street ca?? 104 swiss BLANKETS, oner baje
oraj Blankets. Bli ok ?nd Fancy satineta^Obt
tcnides Jeana, Twe*-dH, Pine ali Woot cassim tn ea.
Broadcloth, Table Damask, Hcatery, Oiovesand
twenty cartoons Assort ed Shoes, Gaiters, Ac'
octr ' "? ?' '?? - i:..! t.?-a:^:J
EGBERT HUNTER VS. L, NATHANS.
By virtue of an Execution in the ? bo ve cate,
to me directed and delivered, will be sold, THIS
DAT, October 7th, 1873, in front of the Ooort
hoDse, in Charleston, at 11 o'clock. A. IL
. Ail the rigtit, title lad Interest or the defendant,
in the above case, tn ga that piece or parcel of
HIGH AND LOW LANB7 situate weat end of
Beac rain street, lu the City or Coartertbn. meas
nrlng and containing in front on said street -
feet, and in depth - feet, hotting and bounding
north on land belonging to the estate of Thomas
Bennett, south on Beacfaln street, eaat oo Cada
den f-treet and lands or -, and west on Ashley
Temu Oath. : . B. W. M. MACKEY,
oct7-l_Sherifl of Otarieston county.
frgition Bait*"Smite fltogg.
W. T. LEITCH A B. 8. BBTJN8.
.. A ac t louaers.a om :
DE818ABLE 8TOEF,, No. 285 KTN?
Street, by order Executor of tte Estate
of JOHN RUSSELL. , i ' '
Will be sold on TUESDAY, the 22d In?tant, at
the Postofflce, at li o'clncr, ... . i- ;i-?.V
1 hat Three-story BRICK STORE, No. 285 King
stree . Test side, formerly known as-RUSSELL'S
Book store. Lot measures 36 feet front bj m
feet In depth, more ?rlese. >. .-r>
Terms-One-third oath; balance one, two and
three years, secured bj bond and mortgage^ with
In ten st at the rate often per ?nt. per annum.
Property to be Insured, and pclloy of lniuranoe
to be assigned. F ur ch aserto pay us for papers.
By LOWNDES ft GEIMBALL,
1 .? A?&o?Mn7 ':'-?
~D E F E B E E ' S SALK- VALUABLE
I V Real S?tate atAoction. Daniel 8. Pope, As?
ia^ nee vs. John King, Trotte?. In the Common
By virtue or an order of sale in this eau, to we
directed by the Boa. R. P. Graham, Judge of toe
First circuit. I will offer for sale, at pnbHo auc?
tion, at the Postomoe, Charleston, on TUESDAY,
tte fl fi h day of November, A D. 1872, at H o'clock.
A. M., ali the mortgaged premises described in
is id order ai '" 1 "
All that PLANTATION, or t rac t of land. : on Ed -
ato Island, known as "G ove rc o r's Bl nfl," bastin r
in<3 bounding north by r branch of Governor 's
Jreek ana on landa of Ephraim Mlkrlr smflifloorse .
K. Clarke, east by lands of the Episcopal ca aron
?nd of George R. Clarke, ind by the public road,
loath bj landa ot Jabez J. E. Wescoatand by Gov?
ernor's Creek: measuring and containing ab oat
two hundred and Ure acres, including marsh una,
that is to say, about osehuudred and eeveaty-flve
urea of high land, and about thirty- acres -.of
marsh land, d* the same more or leas.
Terms-Oae-ialf cash ; balance In one tnd two
years, to be aeoarad by boan, bcarm* uueraat *i
the rats of seven par cent, per annum from the
day or?ale, aad ar manga* e uf the property; pnr
cnaser to pay. Beferee far all necesaarr, yapere.; v.
- G. HERBERT SA*?, Refere*.
ool7,K^l.?S,28novl.4,8 ? u w...
Hy J. FRASER M AT HE WES,
STEAMER WATER LILY. ' "^j?
Will be Aoid on TUESDAY, 33d Instant;at
sen them Wharf, where she now Mes, at ll o'doa
A.M., .i .'? taa?Mt?
The Powerfal and .Light Dralt Steamboat
"WATER LILT," lately prying Freight itoti
Passenger Boat between Cnarlsstoa andj-ifce
islands. Dlnenstoae; Length overall los., fee;,
breadth aa feet, draft ?feet 4 tarto*^^
She has two (3) r>ow^P.-easure Engl hes con?
nected at tight angies; dieter ofcj\Wen_ Jp
Inches; ZX feet stroke; le tdmlrahly adapted fdr
towing purpoiee. ootAi-ttBWBtitlT
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pRUGS- AND ^BDIOXNj??;^;
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
. u. : . r.v) f.m: o?'rol* t
DR. H. SAER,
NO. 131 MEETIflQ hfREET,
Offers bis Large and Weir-Assorted Stock of
pEBPDHEBr, ; : ; V '
AT THE LOWEST MAKJEtET HATKB!
Constantly on hand all the ?lng Proprietary
Medicines- - .
FRENCH, ENGLISH, GERMAN A KO
, FOUNTAIN SYRINGES, the beat and most coa
veulent for general ase. . .-: rMil.
Also, every other kind of, s.rrtnge known io the
market. : . . , wo-ft.*0
Trnsses, Abdominal Supporters, Bhoulder
Bracea, Abdominal Beits, Physicians' saddie
Bags, rhyslclans' Pocket-Cases, Elastic Stockings'
and Medi?me Chests.
Druggists' Glassware, or every description, a
the lowest rates, and a foll, assortment 0f ..Drug?
Agent for Nat tan's "Crystal Discovery forth?
Agent for the "New York Medical Uni varsity's
Agent for Rlson'r, Tobacco Antidote, sud Upi'
ham's Antidote to Strong Drink. .; ??<
Agent for the elegant prei<aratlons of W. &.
Warner A Co., of Philadelphia, oomuetlng of a
full Une of Finid Extract?, Bug ar-Oo*t?d PU to.
Elixirs, Medicated Wines and: Syrups, Licorice
and Pepsin Loxengea, Aa.; Ao., ? Z'.-,L
I Special attention is directed to the fallowing
articles or bis own manufacture: ',' ;' :i7?^ '
GERMAN SOOTHLY CORDIAL I
An excellent Carminative, Invaluable lo tho
diseases incident to,the p.'nod of dentition;.
children; as also in colic, dU^rrhoea, dyienicry,
and other infantile complaints. It .ls superior to *
other medicines used for this parp?se, as lt ls en?
tirely free from any Injuri?os drug, and
CONTAINS KO ANODYNE I ^ .
It ia recommended, by the bent physicians, and
mothers may administer lt with confidence. - - .
THE EXCELSIOR H Al R TON IO,
ts a carefully prepared Dressing for the hair, at.
once answering the purposec of hair oU, bair -
wash, and bair tonic. It contains no sulphur
lead, or nitrate or silver, and is
NO DYE I
lt will promote a healthy growth of hair, ?ni
prevent their falling ont, and will not injure the
general system. syonvmnw
Baer's Improved Vegetable
A gentle Aperient, of purely vegetable sob
stances, recommended for Dyspepsia,' Headache
Constipation, Ac, Ac "~ "~
DOUBLE DISTILLED BENZINE,
for removing grease spots, and cleaning clothe*.
. None trat th Purest Droga traed, and satua.v
Hon guaran ted, both as to price and quality, o lit -
Order are solicited from Druggists, physicians.
Conn try Merchants, Planters and others, with the
assurance that they aban receive prompt and
aretnl attention. mobT-amosPoaw
rpHE MARION STAB, .V*
published m one or the best agrlcnltoraljieoiV'
?o?s or the state ana bavins a large and in^
Slng circuiailon ^ngMit plantera ute>.^
bn^neis men, offer JtsColnmmi to the Factors.
Merebuta and other baslneterteaof Churleston
as Se best medinm through whlca they caa/eon,,
munlcate wita the nutm andJferohanw^o^ .
Peedee Country. Business Oatinaiw KBer-JdV1' ?
vertlaementa inserted on Hberal twma > ? .?,4?
Address .W. J. MoKEBALL,.
aeDMmo ' ' MartoBu-B. "J .
rjIHE BARNWELL BES TliiEL,
PUBLISHED AT BLACETvTLLE, t?. C. - :
Wu established in 1852, and u an Advertising
Medium is tmsarpassed by anr Ooontiy Weekly' -
la the stile. Now ls the time to AdverUae.
For Terms, Aa, address E. A. BRONSON.^ .
sepSC-lmo . Proprietor.