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FURGNGOTT, BENEDICT & CO
?O. 975 KING STREET,
(BROWNING'S OLD STAND,)
Haye completed their new and elegant Building,
and are now offering to the Public the Fall Im por?
In all th? latest Fabrica, comprising :
PLAIN o ASH ME HEH, irish and French Poplins
Drap rte Niece, Merinos m all the newest colors
Plata, Striped andV Fa ney ?Uk:
Black, sum in all the leading makes
Battas, la Black; aa d all other colors
Bilk Piashea, lo all shades
Trtmmlsg and Cloaking Velvets, aU colors
-Dresawuu Trimming Epplnguns
Rep yaioorj and Rep Fol* U
Wool and Slit Poplins
A new and l ou Une of Mourning Goods
A splendid assortment of Second Mourning Goods
Alpacas. Bombazines,Empress A Henrietta Cloths
Laces, Embroideries and Hand Kerchiefs
Lace Collars, Shawls, Ac., Ac.
On TUESDAY, October 1st, we will open our
CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT.
? 'Pms CARPETS for FaU and Winter 187Z
We wal on that day opon a fun Line of
. TAPESTRY CARPETS.
Two tod Three-ply Carpets
English and American Oil Cloths, aU widths
Druggets, Bun. Mats, AC, Aa,
. Ali in entirely- new designs.
We have added to our weU assorted Stock of
Goods a full Une or
which will comprise an the latest designs and
lahrlos la that department.
RICH SATIN DAMASK.
Plain snt and Union Terries
Tapestry, Plano and Table covers
Hair Cloths, Gimps, Cotton Damasks
Cornices, lassais, Window Shades, Ac.
Our CLOTH AND TAILORING DEPARTMENTS,
are complete, and, the Finest and Latest Styles;
can be round at our establishment.
OB WEDNESDAY, october 2d, we will open and
have completed our.:
. GENTS'. Jr URNISHING DEPARTMENT,
offering the Public the Best and Latest styles
and Makes of Gooda be lon g tog to this department.
Our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT contains all
the Latest styles or FEATHERS, Plumes, Artifi?
cial Flo wen; Plain, Groa Oralo, two and th iee
Shaded RI bb on?, in ail toe most fas Hon able shades.
DOMESTIC AND LINEN DEPARTMENTS ARE
. .. COMPLETE.
s^-The Prices of all our Goods will be regula?
ted according to the latest New York Price Dst,
Great care has been taken in the completion and
selection of Goods i or our
which, purchased of very first hands only, can be
guaranteed to be the cheapest and best selected
.Mooklin thia market. We most cordially invite
Merchants. Milliners and Tailors to Inspect oar j
Stock sf Goods, examine our Prices, and we can
The Salesroom for tula Department ls entirely
separate from tho Retail Department.
FDRCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
. .'V No. 276 King street.
Shirts ano /nrniorjmp, ?OO?B.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
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The Proprietor or the above Establishment has
Just returned rrom New York with a new and
wau selected stock of the celebrated
STAR SHIRTS ANO COLLARS,
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GENTLKBKN'S FURS IS HI NO GOODS,
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fshaker FlsfcosL Wool and: Merino, Cotton Flan?
nel Shirts and Drawers, all gradea and all sizes.
Kag natl Mei ino and Cotton Half Hose
Also, a fuU selection or the latest Novelties In
NECKWEAR, .... itOJ C.
English Wiortaor Soarrs; Marquise Scarfs,
Lord Stanley Scar,a, 'Livingston Cravats,
Ohsaeeilor Scarfs, Bows and Ties.
Grayls PAPKR COLLARS or all descriptions.
Walking Canes and Umbrellas.
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MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
gnjinse, jflatfrinerg, SFt.
.Tl-ii ?F* ?'. .* ; - -*' ?
PORTABLE, STATIONARY AND AGRIOULTU
. RAL ENGINES, two to fifty horse-power
Circular Baw Mills, Grist Mills
. Long and Short Cotton Gins
Gam and Leather Belting
Spornt,, "Lard, Tannera',. Linseed, Parap hine,
wi?i? Oak Oils. Tallow, Ac, Ac.
Engine and MU) SuppUes m great variety.
CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO.,
OOENER MEETING AND CUMBERLAND STS
rjTHE ACADEMY OF MUSIC SALOON
WU!"be reopened tc-day. Lunch from ll to 2.
The Bar h as besa refitted and supplied with Im
^Vw?*t*m. jjQrjjg RONNER,
ocrr-imo Ls** Barkeeper at the Mills House.
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NO. a 7 S KING STREET,
(BROWNING'S OLD STAND,)
Have completed their new and elegant Ballding,
and are now offering to the Public me Fall Impor?
in all the latest Fabrics, comprising:
PL UN CASHMERES, irish and French Poplins
Drep de Niece, Merinos In all tne newest colors
Plain, Striped and Fancy Silk
Black SUS? in all tbe lea Jiu K makes
Satina In Black and all other colon
SUk Plashes, la all shades
Trimming and Cloaking velvets, all colors
Dress and Trimming Epplogllna
Rep Valours and Rep Fols
Wool and Silk Poplins
A new and mil Line of Mourning Goods
A splendid assortment or Second Mourning Goods
Alpacas, Bombazines, Empress A Hem letta Cloths
Laces, Embroideries and Handkerchiefs
Lace Cou irs, Shawls, Ac, Ac
On TUESDAY, or ti 'ber tar, we vin open our
CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT.
Fine CARPETS for Fall and Winter 1872.
We win on that day open a roil Lice of ;
Two and Three-Ply Carpets
Kogllnband American Oilcloths, all widths
Druggets, Rugs, Mats, Ac , Ac,
All m entirely n-w designs.
We have added to our well assorte . stock of |
Gooda a rall Line or
which will comprise all thc latest designs and
fabrics lu that department.
RICH SATIN DAMASK
Plain MIK and Union Terries
Tapestry, Plano and Table Covers
Hair Cloths, Gimps, Cotton Damasts
Cornices, Tassels, Window Shades, Ac
Our CLOTH AND TAILORING DEPARTMENTS
are complet', and the Flu est and Latest styles
can be round at our establishment.
On WEDNESDAY, October 2d, we will open and
have completed our
GENTS' FURNISHING DEPARTMENT,
offering the Public.the Best and Latest Styles
and Mates of Goods belonging to this department.
Oor MILLINERY DEPARTMENT contains all
the latest stiles or FEATHERS, Plumes, Artificial
Howers; Plain, Gros Gram, two and throed h ad ed
Ribbons, In all the most fashionable shades.
DOMESTIC AND LINEN DEPARTMENTS ARE
ara-Th e Prices or all our Goods will be regulated
according to the latest New York Pi Ice List.
Great care has been taken In the completion
and selection ol Gooda for oar
which, purchased or very first hands only, can be j
guaranteed to be the cheapest and tie?t.selected
?tuckia i his marker. We most cordially invite
Merchants, Milliners and Tallara to inspect oar
Stock or Goods, examine oar Prices, and we can
toaran tee satisfaction.
The Salesroom tor ibis Department ls entirely
leparate from the Retail Department.
FUKCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
sep20 Nc 27? King street.
Pianos, ?rgono, #c.
PIANOS ANO ORGANS,
Furnished at factory prices for Cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. M'CLENAHAN,
Plano and Musis Store,
.Nc m King street.
gfoocfrug, Kineret, jgtv
H. KLATTE & CO.
AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON.
We have appointed Messrs. H. KLATTB A 00.:
Sole Agenrs for Charleston for this Celebrated
Brand or PURR KENTUCKY WHISKEYS, both
BYE* and BnURBON. "
These Whiskeys are guaranteed pore KENTUCKY
COPPER DISTILLED, free rrom all compound im?
purities, ard hlghlv recommended by eminent
^herniate for medical use. The Brand is patented,
to prevent IQ fr?o gem en rs.
BARKHOUSE BROS. A CO.,
We respec fully Inform our friends and custom?
ers that we keep constantly on hand a fall supply
ar the above already favorably well known whla
pjB, and offer same to the trade at distiller's,
prices. H. KLATI'E A 00.,
aug3l-Btu th fl ino Na 185 East Bay.
Cigcn, (tobacco. Ut.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KINO STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO of all kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examine stock before buying else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N.B.-The Wheel of Fortune constantly on
hand. Invest a? cen? and try your luci.
E P O R T
T H E
C O N D I T I O N
OF THE I. v
FIRST N-A.TIONAX. BANE OF CHARLEflTON,
AT CHARLESTON, IN THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, AT THE CLOSE OF
BUSINESS ON THE 3D DAT OF OCTOBER, 1872.
Loans and Discounts.$839,000 03
Overdrafts........?. .2,082 00
United States Bonds to secure clrcola
. tion...600,000 oo
Other Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages... 10.023 09
Doe from National Banks. 6,761 27
One from st,te Banks and Bankers.... 17,072 84
Banking flouae............ ..$IO,IGO 46
Other Beal Estate. 8,100 00
Furniture and Fixtures.. 3,410 10
- 16,070 66
Carrent Expenses........;... e/21 68
Taxes paid. 8,010 40
- 9.641 98
Premiums paid. 89,779 07
Bills of National Banks.... $16,184 00
Fractional Currency, In?
cluding Metels.. 718 98
Specie, vis: Coln. 1,816 35
Legal Tender Notes. 139,000 .00.
- 166,210 83
Capital Stock paid In.-..$600,000 oo
Sn rpi us Fund. 100,000.00 j
Discount.$20 878 20
Exchange. o,U4 69
Interest.. 8.263 79
Prout and Loss. 87,772 OT
- 68,043 84
National Bank Circulation outatand
. lng.:. 460,000 00
Dividends unpaid. 246 00
Individual Deposits.400,110 67
Due to National Banks. 61,676 10
Dne to it ate Banka and Bankers. 21, ?es 66
STATS OF SOUTH GASOLINA, COUNTY OF OHAKLSSTON :
I WM. C. BREESE, Cashier of "The First National Bank," of Charleston, do solemnly swear
that the above statement ls true, to the best of my.knowledge and belief.
WM. C. BREESE, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th dav of October, 1872.
J. O. BECKMAN, Notary Public
(GEO. W. WILLIAMS,J
Correct. Attest: ID.JENNINGS, (Directors.
. (JOS. L. TOBIAS,
JJEPORT OF THE
THE PKOPLE'S N AT I^'N- A L BAN K,
IN CHARLESTON, IN THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, AT ?THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE
3D DAT OP OCTOBER, 1872.
Loans and Discounte.$1,069,640 12
Overdrafts...... 8,474 as
United States Bonds to secure Circula-.
tloh.^.... 600,000 00
Other Siocks. Bonds and Mortgages... 28,647 88
Dne from Redeeming and Reserve
Agents.... 60,604 03
Dne from National Banks.8,687 94
Dne from state Banks and Bankers... 24.991 03
Banking Honse.81,000 15
Furniture and Fixtures. 8,872 49-34,872 64
Outrent Expenses..........?,678 7i; .
Taxes paid. 4,876 06-10,563 84
Premiums paid. 44,434 37
Checks and other Cash Items. 90,000 00
Bills or National Banks.. 11,676 00
Fractional Currency and
Nickels. 788 64
Specie. 928 67
Legal Tender Notes.122,000 00-186,842 81
Capital Stock poid op.
... 62,000 00
Discounts.$23.466 28 .
Exchange. 3,712 74 ?
Interest..... ?.sas si
Profits ?nd LOSS. 24,682 88-67,194 60
National Bank Onrrency outstanding.. 460.coo 00
Individual Deposits. 408,678 61
Doe to National Banks.. 8,815 66
Due to state Banks and Bankers. 18,4.10 ll
STATS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OF CHABXBSTON:
I, H. G. LOPER, Cashier, do solemly swear that the above statement ls true, to the best or
my knowledge and belief. H. G. LOPER, Cashier.
Sworn to before me this 10th day of ^tfj*^ Kotary ^
oe tl l
?C. O. WITTE,
W. K. MYAN,
GEO. WV WITTE,
(glcibma, ano inmisrjing ?oob?. I
NEW GOODS !
EVERYTHING NEW !
MENKE ft MULLER,
TAiLOFS AND CLOTHIERS,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC) TO
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
OF TB El R OWN MANUFlOTUBB, j I
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
AND OHOIOE Ha.TERIA.LS
FOR CUSTOM WORK.
AN INSPECTION OP THE
GrOODS AND PRICES
COR, KING AND WENTWORTH STS.,
H HKS PECT F ll LL Y SOLICITED.
Carpets, Jflattine, gfc |
OSO. A. BOWMAN. Agent,
No. ?37 KINO STREET,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A HANDSOME AND WELL
SELECTED STOCK OF :
Velvet, B0J7 brussels, Tapestry Brussels, Three
Plyl Ingrain, Wool Dutch, Venetian and Hemp
Velvet, Brussels aud Beam! RUGS and MATS
Cocoa. Manilla, Rattan au J China MATTING
Cocoa, Jute and A incant MATS
OILCLOTH, pf all widths and qualltr a
STAIR BODS; Stair Pads, Carpet Linings, Ac.
Which he ls prepared to offer at prices that wui
?littirfll Sperm ?il.
THE NEW DISCOVERY,
MINERAL SPERM OIL.
This OIL ts perfect^ non-explosive, will not
Ignite at soo degrees Fahrenheit, and ls entirely
( dorless. For railroad cars, steamers and dwell?
ing houses 1B invaluable.
Recommended by the Board of Underwriters,
Steamboat Inspectors, President of Chamber
of commerce and Captains of Steamers
trading to thia port, and by hundreds
of famlllea wno are now
using lt In the city.
Is more brilliant than Kerosene, Lighthouse or
other Explosive Oils now lo tue.
OIL BURGERS AND OHIMNIES at wholesale
and retail by DOUGLAS A MILLER,
Sole Agents for the State or South Carolina,
D.-alera in Paints, Oils, Glass Ac, ?c.,
Ko. 93 East Bay, south of PostoSce,
oe 17-imo Charleston, & 0.
Brg Moabit &t.
NEW DRY Gr00Di.
NO. 268 KDTG STREET,
Bega to announce that be 1B nov In receipt of |
Walch has been personally selected daring the
past Month, and embraces a foll and complete
DBE33 GOODS, PAINTS,
With an endless variety or Trimmings tor erm?
ina's and Ladles' Underwear.
Also, a rall Une of Goods for Boys' and Ken's
?rear, together wi th a large stock or
FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, &o.
AU or which has been boogbt at tbs lowest cash
rates, and win be sold for as small a prout us any j
ither boase m the city.
An eat ly call and Inspection bl respectfully so
No. ?68 KING STREET,
SECOND BOOB BELOW HASEL STBEET.
Janes ?OC?6, Volions, &c.
FALL AND WINTER
Ea W. MARSHALL ft CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS IND NOTIONS.
' We offer to the Trade sn unusually Large and
Well-Porchaaed stock of fae above Gooda, whieh
win bte kept fall dating the season by a Resident
Boyer In the Northern Markets, and will be sold
at pnces aa low as can be obtained elsewhere.
E. W. MARSHALL &. CO.,
No. 141 Meeting street, Charleston, S. o.
Doors, Sos bes ano ? lino s
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
FRENCH AND AMERICAN
OFFICE AND 8 A LES ROOMS,
No. 20 Hayne street,
FACTORY, HORLBEOK'S WHARF
F F I O I A L .
STATE OP SOOTH CAROLINA, l
KXBCUTIVS DKPAIiTMBNT. J
To the Commissioners of Election: '
In accordance with >ectlmi 8, of Article 9, or I
the General Statntea or thia State, you are hereby
notified and required to canse an Flee ion to be
held la yonr respective Conn ties on the fl rat
Tuesday following the Hut Monday of November
next, belno: the 6th day or tho month aforesaid,
for seven il) persons as Electors or President and
vice-President or ihe United States.
Now, therefore, yon and each or yon are hereby .
required, with strict regard to the provisions o',
the Constitution and Ians or thia State, touch?
ing your duty in snoh cane, to came such election >
to be held In your respective Counties on the day
aioresald, ano ror the aa:ertalni:ng and determin?
ing or such persona who shall have been daly
AU b ir rooms and drinking saloons shall'be
closed on the day or election, and any person
who shad sell any Intoxicating cricks OH that
day, shall be guilty ora misdemeanor, a ni on ?
conviction thereof, shall he tined In a ?um not I
less than one hnndred dollars, or be imprisoned
ror a period cot less than cns month, nor more i
than six months.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my I
hand, and caused the | rent Seal or the 8tate to I
ba affixed, at Colombia, this 9th day or October, I
A. D. 1872, and In tho n no ty.se ve nth vear of the ,
Independence of the Uiilt?d states or America.1
ROBERT EL. SCOTT,
F. L. CABDOZO,
Secretary of State.
JDmgg at Qtyotoaie;
WHY SHAKE: AND BURN
CHILLS AND FEVER ?
SILYTIR SPRINGS.,NKAR COILA, FLA.,)
- March 1,1871. )
Massas. Dowra. MOISB ft- DAVIS, CHARLESTON,
S. C-Dear Sirs: I. regar: MOISE'S FEVEK AND
AGUE PILLS as a certain cure, and a biexsiog to
all living In the m alar lom i districts of the south,
and particularly In the everglades or our State,
Very respjounliy. yours, .
IAS. B. i-WENS, M. D.
Ki NA STREE, St;,, December si, 1870.
Ma. B. F. MOISE, OHABLBSTON, S. C.-Dear Sin
I have used your FEViiR AND AGUE PILLS m
my practice this :all, anci have never m the first
Instance railed to relievo my patients. I have
now f requen t calls In my drug store for them, and
I always recommend thno, and with the happiest,
resolta. I wish that yon may have the satlsrac
Mon or knowing that yonr "Fever and Ague
Pills" have relieved many under my treatment,
when other med 1 dues hat I have (ried have
railed to do. Your?, respectfully.
J. 8. RROUKINOTON, M. D.
MXBCATUBS, BAI .KWELL DIST., & c., )
Joly ia, 187L J
Ma. B. F. Moiss-Dear Slr: In reply to your
question as to what has been the success or yonr
FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, th.it h-ve been sold
by na, we would say at. far as we know, they
have given entire satlsrac Hon. We shall con linne
to recommend them:
Yonr 3, reppectrully,
W. T.. BLANTON A SON.
NIAS QRBKN POND, S. A C. R. R. I
Novemnerll, 1870. J
Ma. B. F.Moisa-Dear sir:,i am glad to say
yonr FEVER AND AOUE PILLS are all yon claim
for them. I have used th im in my family and on
my place, and la every c ise tbey have proved er
feotnal; some of the essen I bad ttought chronic,
as they have lasted over two yea s. In no case
was more than a single box required, and In no
case has the disease returned, and lt is over three ]
months ago since l used them.
Yours, Ac, B. E. WILSON.
GOCRDIK'S DKPOT, N. IS. R. R-. Sept. 16,1871.
Massas. Dowia, MOISI A DAVIS-sirs: I am im?
proving in health almost as fastas 1 can, laboring
ander different old chronic diseases. 1 took
M0ISE*8 FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, agreeablo to
directions, and find them the best medicine I
have ever taken, and the.r have made a complete
cure of Chills and Fever un me, and my case was
ose ef the worst. . .
Yonr bumble servant,
WILLIAM J. BRADLEY, . D
Peedee Railroad Bridge Keeper.
They contain no arsenic or poisonous ingre?
dients of any Kind-nott lng in the least degree
lulu rions to the system nuder any circumstances
-and may beadmlnlsteied wita perfect safety
to an infant.
They never fail to euro ;he most obstinate case
when taken as directed,
sold by Druggists and Sealers evcrv where.
D?WIE, MOIaE A DAVIS,
Proprietors and Wholesale Druggists,
May80-ths6mo Charleston, s. 0.
f BELLOC'S CHARCOAL ^
Approved by Ute imperial Academy
of Medicine Paris .
: It is especially to its eminently absorbent
properties Hint Helloes Charcoal owes its
great efficacy. It is specially recommended
for the following affections.
CRAMPS IN TUE STOMACH
MODE OF EMPLOYMENT - Helloo'* charcoal
is taken before or after ?ach meal, in the form
of Powder"or Lozenge?; In the majority of
cases, its beneficial effecls are felt after the first
dose. Detailed instruction i accompany each bottle
of powder and box of lozenges.
Depot io Pim, L. WM, 19, rna JIM?
Agents In Charleston: DOWIE, MOISE & i
DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists. J
THE GREAT NATIONAL PARK IN
me Yo semite Valley, when finished and.
renced tn (I) will be the grimiest pleasure-ground.
In the world. If lt had a fine medicinal spring,
lilte the German Seltzer IC would be perfect. Yet
this ls no Importance, for who goes anywhere in' |
summet without being provided with
Tarra ot'? KfTervetrr nt SellXer Aperient,
which In Identical In Ita components and Us ef?
fects with the famous Prussian Spa. It lakes but 1
an Instant to evolve frc m this preparation the
most delightful and adndrable of au medicinal
draught*. As a cure for L.llausnesB, rheumatism,
indigestion, constipation nervousness, Ac, and
as a renovator ol the system, lt stands alone.
Sold by all druggists._cotio ia
DR. H. BAER.NO. I ll MEETING STREET,
Keeps a fnU assortment of Photographers' Chemi?
cals, as aiso Pure Alcohol, Acetic Acid, ftc, ftc,
ali of which he sells at thci lowest prices.
~ Wt?g? ano Meeitlnts.
JJETJGS AND MEDICINE?,
WHOLESALE & RETALU
- -,-u? Qi irj ?j |g pw! rn
VJ; ilJiw Lwcsnr.oj tso?H>??ifl0.n?? tv'? ?.'.
DR. H. BAER,
NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
' (Wera als Large and Well - Assorted Stock of
MEDICINES, nv. a
Ac., Ac., AO.,
AT THE LOWEST MARKET HATES,
.Constantly on hand au the: ding Proprietary
Medicines-. , .
FRENCH, ENGLISH. GERMAN AND
FOUNTAIN SYRINGES, me beat and most COB
renient for general nae.
Also, every other bind of Syringe known In Ute
marker. ?.? '
Trusses, Abdominal Supporters, Shoulder
Braces, Abdominal Belts, Physicians' Saddle
Bags,. Physicians' Pocket-Oases, Elastic stockings
and Medi?me Cheats.
.Druggists Glassware, or every description, ?t
the lowest rates, and a foil assortment or .'Drag- i
gists' sundries. "
Agent forNattan's "Crystal Discovery for the
Hair.''. . j
Agent for the "New fork Medical University's
Agent for Rlson's Tobacco Antidote, and Up
ham's Antidote to Strong Drtnt. '' '
Agent for the elegant preparations or W. R, j
Warner A Go., of Philadelphia consisting of a
rou Une of Fluid Extracts, Sugar-coated FlUo,
Elixirs, Medicated Wines and sympa, Licorice:
and Pepsin Lozenges, Ac, Ao. .. ,
Special attention is directed to the fallowing
inicies or his own manufacture :
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL!
An excellent carminative, invaluable in the
Heessen Incident to the period of dentition
Jblldren- as also In colic, diarrhoea, dysentery,
md o titer infantile complaints. It ls superior to
?her medicines osed for this parp?se, as lt ls en
Urely free from any Injurious drug, sod
CONTAINS KO ANODYNE. I
lt ls recommended by the best physicians, and
mothers may administer lt with co n t d en ce.
THE EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC,
s a carefully prepared Dressing for the bair, at
>nce answering-the purposes of hair oil, hair
ivas ti, and hair tonic, it contains no sulphur
ead, of ni trate or silver, and ia 1 ?
NO DTE I
It will promote a healthy growth of hair, and
ire vent their falling ont,' and. w Ul not inj ara the
Baer's Improved Vegetable
: Cathartie Pills.
A gentle Aperient, of purely vegetable sob?
i lances, recommended for - Dyspepsia, Headache
Constipation, Aa, Ac.
DOUBLE DISTILLED BENZINE,
or remo vin g grease spots, and cleaning clothes.
None but th Forest Drags osed, and satiate:
lon guaran ted, both as to price and quality.
Order are solicited from Druggists, Phys clans,
Country Merchants, Planters and others, with the
?soraoce that they shall receive prompt and
ireful attention. mcbT-smosnoaw
LYX - Pbysldana' Saddle Bogs
Physicians' Pocket Cases
Elco ino Machin?e.
For sale by DR. H. BARB,
No. 181 Meeting street.
li a Uro a Ca.
XTORTHEASTEKN RAILROAD OOM
?>| . V, ' ' PANT. ?
StJPKHINTBNDSNT'd OPFI0B, \
CHABLX8T0N, h. C.. August ll, 1872. I
On and arter tue 16th instant, the following
r3ROUGH RATES OF FREIGHT to and from the
uheraw and Darlington Railroad win be adopted
bir the rootes via CHARLESTON and VVlLMlNG
New York. 170 140 120 ?0 70
Pniladelphia... 170 140 I 130 00 70
Ballimore.. loo 180 no . so w
From Baltimore, Corn -24 cents per onaheL
From Baltimore. Flour $1 per barrel.
Cotton, to New York, $4 per bale,
cotton, to Philadelphia. $4. per bale.
Cotton, to Baltimore, $3 60 por bale.
For copies or Rates and Classification, apply to
Agents on Line of Caeraw and Daruogtoa Rail?
road, or to
S. S. SOLOMONS, Supt. N. E. R. R.
A. POPE, Gen. A gt. W., 0. and A. R. B.
aa- Darlington, Marlboro', Cheatems ld and
Wadesboro' papers copy. aogl8-tn(2mos
gUUTA CAROLINA ?A?LBOAD.
OHaaumoH, s. C.. September 37, 1873. :
On ana arter SUNDAY, september 38. the Pas?
senger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad win
ron as follows:
IOS CO LUMBLA.
Leave Charleston.9.3i) A u
Arrive at columbia.6.30 r x
Leave Charleston...................?.so A M
Arrive at Augusta.........6.40 F X
Leave Colombia.0.03 A X
Arrive at Charleston... ................ 4.80 V x
Leave Aogui-ta.....0 OJ A x
Arrive at Charleston.4.80 r x
COLUMBIA HIGHT EXPHB88.
(Sundaya excepted.) -.
Leave Charleston. 7.10 PX
Arrive at Columbia..ASO A x
Uavo Colombia......7.60 r u
Arrive a; Charleston. 6 46 A X
AUGUSTA HIGHT 1XFRE8S.
., (Sunday a excepted.)
Leave?narieston.:... 8 80 r x
Arrive at Augusta.Hi ? ?
Leave Augusta.0 ? p JJ
Arrive at Charleston.6M * u
Leave summervale at.Hi 7 ?
Arrive at oharleston.?.40 A JJ
Leave Oharleston.?~? ? *
Arrive at sommerville.4.40 r x
UAXDXH TR/, I H.
Leave Camden.....I........7.30 A X
Arrive at Colombia.1L6? A X
Leave colombia.3.10 r M
Arrive at Camden. 1.0.66 r M
Day and Night Trains eohneci at Angas? with
Kaossi and angosta Railroad, centrai Railroad
and Georgia Railroad. This ls the quietest and
most direct route and as comfortable and cheap as
aav other route to Loma ville, Cincinnati, Chicago,
St. Loots and all other points West aLd Northwest.
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and colombia Bauroad; and Day aud Night Trams
connect with Charlotte Road.
mongh tickets on sale via thia ronte to au
p0?amdmTraln connects at Ringville dany (ex
ce pt soodaya) with Day Passenger Train, and
rons thro ugh ta Colombia.
A. L. TYLER, Vice-Pr?sident,
a B. PIOKENS. Q. T. A._sep27
AV AN NAH AND CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, Juno 13, 1873.
On and after MONDAY, Jone nth, the Pas*
seager Trama on thia Road wUl ron as follows:.
Leave Charleston daily.8.80 P. M.
Arrive at savannah daily.0.46 P. M.
Leave Havannah dally. .11.80 P. X.
Arrive at CharlestondaUy. 7 A. M.
Leave Charleston. Sunday s excepted.. 7.40 A M
A rrl ve at Savannah, Sunday ao xcep tod. 8.30 P. M.
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted... 11 A.
Arrive at Charleston. SundayB exo'ted. 6.60 P.*.
Passengers from Oharleston by 7.40 A. M. train
make close connection with Port Royal BaUroad
for all Stationa oa that Road, (Sundays excepted )
Freight forwarded dally on ?rouen MUS of iso
lng to pointa m Florida and ^?SSStSm^
steamships to Boston. fP^KS^^^Ml
freights ror Beaarortand point? ow Port Roys
Railroad and at as low rates as by any other line
on alie at tau office ?r ajsftrtowi
DnVt n/wM Railroad. O. S. GADSU?J?,
Port Royal B*"T^,-^ and Superintendent
S, a BOYLSTON, Gan'l Ft. and Ticket Agent.
' ' ' By TO McKAY. -
ONE D A NDS?ME" 17 AMILY CAERIA GE,
as good ? ne*-, originally cort- $ieoo, one
Barouche, a few Arri?le? ol Household Furniture,
the sign of the Bed flag. Ha ?fi Wentworth
street, . *v:- *aix&g y.QTirr^Koeai
By MILES DRAKE.
BOOTS, SHOES, ClA^rN&^?c- ^
THIS MORNING, at io o'clock, I wi!! sen at
?y Store, corner Hog and Llbertr arreeta,
A long line or Men's BOOTS, ^ROGANS, Ox?
fords, Malskoffs, English Ties, creole ahri Bolton
Oongreas, Balmorals; Women'?- Serge mad Calf
Balmorals' and Po;tsh, MI sea' and Children's
?hoes, Men's Fine Frock Coats, Cassim ere and
Satinet Pants, jnst received; Notions, ftc. ..
A floe assortment of Mr n's and Boys' Wool and
Pelt Hats.'? '.."octal11
faction ?alcp-icicre ?apD.
By J. FRASER MATHE WES. "
2J TEAMER WATER LILY. ~
3 WU1 be sold on TU Ea DAY, 33d Instant, at
Muthern Wharf, where she now Hes, at ll o'clock
Th? Powerful and I Light .Draft Steamboat
'WATER LILY," lately plying as a, Freujht and
'sssenger Boat between. Charlestefl-ana " the
Hands. Dlmeiifllons: tiength overairiOB ieet,
ireadth 26 feet, drafU/eetslochee?, ,"Qr..
She has twu (2)' Low-Pressure Engines con
lected at right angles; u am e ter of '? cy nod era IS
aches; 7% feet stroke; lfl admirably adapted .lor
owmg purposes. . ,
Terms win be given at sale. 1 ocrj-rmwttal
P O B N E W Y O B K. , _
IBW YOEE AND CHAUL.?RYON
STEAMSHIP LISE. ^OifJCci
ESTABLISHED 1845. /
-.'??IIS) ;? "i ???I jftt
The Splendid sidewheci Steamship CHAMPION
i W. Lockwood, i ommandCT, wuraall ' Tor.jbe
bove port from A ii g er's south What f, on SAITB
AY, the 13 h muant, at 2 o'clock P. mt~l:^t:
MW Through 1101a of Lading gi ?en m Cttttbft to
iverpoot, Boston, Providence, and the, Nsw. Mag?
md manoractnrtng towns. ' _
MW Matine Insurance by this line K per cent.
For Freight or Passage engagements apply to .
octu-2_JAMES ADOER A 00?. Agents.
P O R L-l. Y?:E.& P O O.'L\'r,hmt?
The M agni il cent Clipper Iroh Bark^?v
W.R, having a portion^,her,caqqen-SrsBtf
aged win havediaiwtch'-ior the above port?
0018 Accommodation wnSrr.
1HE PHILADELPHIA IRON
: ii .:v>.' iHiiJ
HE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
-GULFSTREAM, Captain Hanter;.'
ire now regularly on the Line, ensarta g a fl i st
lass sea connection between fhlladelphJa., and
barleaton, and lo slUaoce with Railroad Comps*
les at both termini, afford r.-pl d transportation
3 and from all points m the Cotton Sutes,and
3 and from Cincinnati, St. bouts, Chicago ard the
rlnolpsl Cities or the Northwest, Bosi on, Pro vt
euee and lhe Eastern Manufacturing Centres.
SaT* The GULF STREAM is appointed to san
rom Brown's Wharf on SATDRDAT, l2ih October,
t ll O'clock A* - ; rr fir
S3-The VIRGINIA Will follow. .-??>><..
For p art'culais of Freight ar ran gemonts. apply
0 WM. A. COURTNAY, Union Wharves?;,
W. P. CLYDE ? CO., General Agenta,' No. 13
ootn Delaware Avenne. Philadelphia. octa
P O R LIV" EBP O OL. ,i0 ^rj
TO SAIL WITH DISPATCH. 'i ' ? 'a(*
? ? Roil ?TV>ri?
The Highest Ossa, Full-powered T-- .^rfash
!rltl?h Steamship TYNE QUEEN, Wn-S?HSE
am Cassou, Commander, about 2300 bmea emu*
ity, having a large j ait of cargo engaged and
olag on board, will meet with prompt dispatch
nd sall as above. For further Treignt engage
nenis apply io U?U?n^t?
i. A. EKBLOW A CO., Agenta,. ^
octT_ No. 141 East Bay:
pJHANGE OF SAILING DATS, ;,
?AOIFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANTO
THROUGH LINE TO .. . \\ jfiaS"
OAIilPORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED., .'^'.^
Steamers of tbe above line leave ?1- ,T??Mf?_
Va 40, North River, toot of Canal stmtXBLHB
Kew York, at ls o'clock noon, of the DRESS
md 80th of every month, except when thesedaoea
au on ?sunday, then the Saturday pieosdlafc ?j ] 0
All departures connect st Panama with Steam,
irs for sooth Pacific and Ces tra! American ports.
For Japan and Chinas steamers leave san Aaa*
isco nrst of every month, except when lt tails on
Jonday-thenon theday preceding. ? : ?..?> ?.>
No California Samara touch at Marana, bot
io direct from New York to AS pin wau. i. wen
One hundred pounds baggage free to each sdnjt
iediclne and attendance rree. or? MiizS oat
For Passage Tickets or other mrormatton, apply
it the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
rVharf foot of Canal street, North Rive?, New
fork. F. R, BABY, Agent.: j
aagl9-lyr_v- v '-.v,,,.^
pi 0 R WRIGHT'S BLUFF, .
IND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE SAN
- . . ; , TEE RIVER, j . rlv,;^
The Steamer MARION, Captain p .?Jj'^V
W. F. Adair, ls now- receiving?????kwk%*,
freight at Accommodation Wharf,.and. wm.wavo
ro-MOHT, the nth instant. ?
. Freight and Wharrage prepaid. ' ./.x:.t
For sntrsgements apply to captain on board or
?o' B RAVENEL, HOLMES A GO.,
octii-i_No. 80 East Bay.
gp O R FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH-TWICE A WEEK.
I . ' A ..... ; Ill l*!ff
.. . f nui uliii-urra f/.iiviisililo
The Splendid Side-wheel Steamer +-*/iSSfm:
JICTATOR Capum L. M. Coxetwr, jaMmSaHm
)ITT POINT, Captain George E. McMillan, ^fr??l
eave Charle?ton every TuassAT and Fai^sr
SVaHIMOS, at 8 O'Clock, for SAVANNAH, FER?
NANDINA, JACKSONVnj,^ PALATKA, AND
LUL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S 1MVEB.
Returning, DICTATOR will leave PAI^ATKA FBI
)A^OBKI5?. and SAVANNAH SUNDAY MiWjDie,
imvliis here SUNDAY ArtsaNOON._ " .
01TY POINT will leave PA LAT KA Mo NB AT
ioBNiNS. and SAVANNAH WaoNasDAT MOE?
NO. arriving here WH>MXSD?T ARSHI OON. -
Oauncction ls made at Fernandina with Wh
ead for New Orleans and Havana, vu t)edar
r.e>a:at Jacksonville with Steamer STARLlGflt
or MeUonvllle, Enterprise and Upper st. John's
ii VT; at Toool with Railroad for st. Augtu
Ine: and at Pala:ka with SteajnmTor the Ook
awaha River. . ' .
-jul Freight for WtTTBndlnirn must be prepaid
in wharf. . . ... . . ..
For Freight or Passage, having elegant ar
ommoaaUons, apply to
RAVEN BL A 00., Agents,
Oeroer Van a e r hon t's Wharf and Bast Bay.
0018_ j j; j : ??
JIOWING1 TOW IN GI
The powerfnl Steam Tug REPTO- .jjCh
Lie, Mellviile, commander, basjaB^sgg
been fitted ont most complete roi? tai
at SL Helena; aisu w .*.?-h,jTTams. < n..
vannah upon the most reas-natte terms.
MELVILLE on ^^S^^^OPFE?T, Agents.
"N ?_sne has wretklng Pumpa for sasUUfig
^'taSmtm and puning oat ares, Ac , ;
S""AGE'S CATARRH REMEDY, ^
WITH J of .
DR. PIERCE'S NASAL DOUCHE
DR. PIEROE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERT,
netting's Pile Remedy .
DeBlng's Via Fagss
Dr. Hors ford's Add Phosphates
WUber's codUver OU and Lime.
For sale by DR. H. RAER,
Na 131 Meeting street.