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On toe Righi.
On thu Righi Kulm we Btood,
Lovely Florlbel and I,
Wtille toe morning' ? crimson tl md
Streamed along tue rast rn sky.
Reddened every mountain peak
y loto rose, Crom twliUhi dan ;
But the blush apon her cheek
Waa not lighted by the sun t
On the Righi Kulm we sat,
Lovely florlbel and I,
Plucking blue Wells for herhat
From a mound that blossomed nigh.
. "We are near to Heaven," she signed.
-While her raven lashes fell.
..Nearer," softly I replied,
"Than the mountain's height may tell."
Down the Right's side we sped,
Lovely Florlbel and I.
Bat her morning blush had fled,
And the bine-bell* all were dry.
Of the height the dream was born ;
Of the lower air lt died ;
And the passion or the morn
Flagged and fell at eventide.
From the breast of blue Lucerne.
Lovely Florlbel and I
Saw the brand or sunset bnrn
On the Righi Kulm, and die.
And we wondered, gazing thai,
. lt our dream would si 111 remain
On the height, and walt for na
Tin we climb to Beaven again I
BAD- TEMPERED PEOPLE.
[From the Liberal Review.]
The state of the stomach, we are told, has a
great deal to do with the temper, the natural
result being that, when a man's liver ls ont of
order, his temper ls In the same condition.
Thia may be true enough, but we question
very much whether the liver ls answerable for i
all i he sins which are laid at Ita door. We
know many very bad-tempered people who, to
oar knowledge, have never been really bilious
In the whole course of l heir lives. Of course,
lt may be al leg jd that If the liver is all right,
something else Is all wrong-the nerren, or
the heart, or. the lungs, or the teeth are driving
poor Bufferers almoBt to distraction. This
also rn?y be correct. But lt must be admitted
that there are many pleasant beings who
never complain of beleg afflicted by any
special complaint, whose existence, for alt
that, la one of chronic Ill-humor, wno snap
and snarl when they are spoken to, and sulk
when left to themselves. A good many of
these "gentle creatures" will, In Intervals of
comparative good humor, tell you to your face
that they are bad-tempered, that they always
may support the Information by declaring that
their lathers and great-grandfathers were
similarly afflicted, though not, perhaps, to the
nave been, and that they alway B will bf. They
same extent. They apparently glory in the
admission of their weakness, evidently con?
sidering that an out-and-ont bad temper ls a
possession of which a roan has some reason to
be extremely proud. They do not appear to
recognize the tact that bad temper ls a positive
vice, snd that they have, or ought lo have, any j
couirol over lt They regard lt rather In the
light o? disease, which, like fever, must be
allowed to ron Ita course unchecked. Natu?
rally, it ls not pleasant to have much to do
with these people; Indeed, it Is questionable
whether lt ia possible tor many to hold close
and long-continued Intercourse with them.
Generally, such Intercourse ls brought to a j
conclusion by a terrible row. In which ibe sul
ferara from bad temper display their infirmi?
ties in a thorough laehlon. They say things,
not compati Die with the laws and osages ot
polite society, and do that which certainly Is
the reverse of proper. Timid beings are al?
most frightened to death, and, to abate the]
Juries, are re ad y to swallow the leek, to any
extent. The furies, probably, feel some slight I
twinges of compunction alter their temper j
has cooled, and, perhaps, half apologize, by
laying the blame upon their passionateness.
The injured ones, longing lor peace, perhaps,
accent the explanation, hut they never forget,
and ever afterwards are cold, and distant, and
watchful, and suspicious. These bad-temp?
ered people are ever- on the look-out tor in?
sults, when they are servants, their proud
eplrits chafe at being told to do their duty by
their employers. Tqey kick at authority, and.
cannot brook reproof They are constantly
OD th ?look-out ior Lhlrjgs at which lo take OH
fencei-, Il they hold subordinate positions,
they come to loggerheads with the manager,
head clerk, or foreman, as the case may be.
When they occupy positions of authority them?
selves, they play the part of tyrant A They
set into a lurious rage at trifles, decline to al?
low a hapless culprit to exonerate himself by
rendering explanation!, and Inflict Draconian
punishments. Naturally, they are pretty gene
rally detested, but, while they are detested,
they are feared, which, It may be said, la nott
the case with another-clasa of bad-tempered [
ThiB class ls more sulky than passionate.
There seems to lie within them a smoulderlDg
mine ot irrltattoo, which ls bubbling forth night
and day-that Is, ol course, .when they are
.wake. If they are asked any ordinary ques?
tion, much asperity ls evident In the tones ol
their reply. Aa a rule, they are angry at noth?
ing In partlcolar, and with no one in particu?
lar-they are, simply, In a continual confound?
edly bad temper; they do not know why, and
no one.else car account for It except that up?
on the supposition that it Is natural to the a ol?
in ah Their faces hare ever a soured and
wrinkled:appearance, the natural* result of
long-contlned scowling and frowning. They,
are pleasant people to Ave with, lt you are a
Mark. Tapley, and want to show bow you can
. be jolly-under the most trying circumstance?.
-TouWHi not be able to do anything to please
the afflicted ones. They snarl at breakfast,
dinner, ?nd tea, there being always some- j
log dutasteiol to them? They growl at yon;
jo what jon will, yon are quite unable to de- j
Bplaethem. They terrify .the servants, who,
' ? despair, give warning. They scold their |
lldrreo, who betake themselves off whenever
ley imagino they can do so with safety.
" ey testily lecture their wives, and unfavor
r criticise the domestic management. In
iori, they make themselves universally dis- i
' able, completely destroying their own
i of mind, and do a great deal towards \
_lng other.people miserable. But though
ley are always hi badlemper, .and ever snap- j
" j and snarliog, they avoid downright quar?
rels.. They may go to the verge of one, bat I
?nofurther will they proceed. Nor will they ;
''evsrudTnlt thiX they are, or have been, lo a
bad-temper. Other people's Imaginations
must nave led them astray, or they would not |
.' think of euch u thing for a momear. A good
many people of this claas are particularly tes?
ty In the earlier part of the day.-and com?
paratively placable lu the latter. This idiosyn?
crasy is' studied by the people who know what
they are about, Such always make applica?
tion tor favors during the latter, period, as
well as do what business they can then. Like
almost any thing, this chronic bad temper ls a
luxury which can only he indulged m by the
comparatively well-to-do. Poor men, though
they may have the inclination to do so, cannot
afford to snarl at. almost everybody with
whom they aro.- brought In contact. They
know that by so do I Dp; tb ey would be taking i
the bread and butter out ot their own mouths,
and this ls a consideration which controls, to I
a great extent, even the most Irritable. Act- [
lng upon the principle, however, that there Is
wilbla them a certain amount of snappishness
whloh most be expended, such people visit j
an extra quantity upon tnose who come with?
in: their clutches, and from whom they have
nothlag to lear. Probably, a certain kind of ?
morbid pleasure ls derived from indulgence in
; Ill-temper. People, by acting as we have indi
. Dated, secare s certain amount of outward
show and deference; for, somehow or other,
most persona would almost as soon be stiuck
as saaried at, and so they do. all they can to
r-avoid such treatment. Really, however, we
falito see why bad-tempered men and women
''Shouhr"reserve such tender consideration.
Their oad temper ls nothing more or less than
. an abominable vi ce, and those who Indulge In lt
. are supremely selfish. Their troubles are no
more to them than are troubles lo other peo
pievso.there Is uo reason why they should be
BO splenetic Righteous anger ls Justifiable,
but chronic ill-humor ls a falling for which,
there can be nothing but the bitterest com?
mendation.' Vote for Hobson's Choice.
A LA J, AS TERSE:
F h Raes in the Life of a Fren rh Agitator.
" M. Henri Rochefort, ls the modern man with
the Iron mask. Like the traditional brother of a J
r French-king he Is brought into prominence only
? to*?ef>r*a*rawn into a darker seclusion.
..E?'atood overthe body, or 'young Victor Noir,
I abor by Prince Pierre Napoleon, and, - as another
Antony .hanging about the bloody remains of
' Casar, ?onjared the people to oe long-suffering
wall J oe meant to incite them to mutiny. Be sent
" hla revolutionary Lanterne, hred with fierce and
tiangEroua light, into the very preclnctaof the pal
acesofToyarty; .J?e stood ibe embodiment of a
: Tienen Nemeilsln the midst cf the terrible bora
- bardment of Parla, and handed to hlsco laborers
uirctLA?er torcn. to 'send the infuriate flames
" crackling, scorching, and devouring the very
nears of tue metropolis be proressed to love wita
the devotion i>r a woman. Deflantly resisting trie
Versailles Government, he found himself a briso
?a r of the energetic old man who bad chiefly de?
voted bia life to the graces of historic literature.
-?And to-day a convicted man, Roc her or t ls seen no
> mere b. voe French people. The prison in which
be ruminates by day and Bleeps by night ls un
ppown to his confreres who have the good for
tune to escape a convict's cell and the swift ven?
geance or the suceasful party. The French Gov?
ernment and the Jailor ?lone know the preseat
h?Mtai lon of M. morl Rocherorc.
Meanwhile, whether fete bas ordained lt tor
better or lor worse, discreditablepassages la the
UTe or the great, whilom agitator have ome to
Ii? hr. The tale ls so well told that wo do not care
to abridge lt. .."? . '..
He earned 58.000 to $8,000 a year before he be?
gan to publish La Lanterne. This periodical
.poured Into bis pocket $2,M0 olear profit every
week ($130.000 a year,) making bia total annual
income $130,000 a year at the least. He had his
washstand furnished with pitcher, basin, troth
brush box, soap-box all of solid silver.
Ula walls were hung with pictures for
which he had paid a great ?ie ii, and
which bore the names or the immortal mas?
ters or painting. True, that at tbe sale they
went for no tl.la if, bat Kochefort's ls not tba only
cabinet or pictures valued at a fortune by Its col?
lector and sold for a song by Its auctioneer. He
lavished money on some of the most extravagant
women of Paris. Veanwhl e his father languished
In a garret with no window but a sky-light, allow?
ed Ob ly one candle a week and fed-yon may
Imagine how pcorly after I ?ell yon $200 covered
all the expenses, lodging, lable. llghia, and fuel
for the sor Jiu boardlng-nonse situated at 210 Rne
du Faubourg St. Antoine. Rochefort never visit?
ed his rather and never Bent him money. There
IB some mystery about the father's marital rela?
tions. It ls certain that Henri Rocherort's mothi r
waa a pastry cook, or a girl employed in a pastry
shop, and rorty-odd years sli ce renowned lor ber
beauty. Henri Rochefort's rat hfr was in those
distant days a brilliant vaudeville writer, who
thought the world waa in a sling, whose strings
he held. He died a fervent Christian, and pro?
vided with the sacraments of the catholic
Ohnrcb; nevertheless, Rochefors who bad dis?
dained bim living, took posses-Ion or lils corpse
and burled him without the least relig?os services,
lo order to increase bis (Heart Rocherort's) popu?
larity in Belleville.
Grand ftri?e Di sir ibm. on.
LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT.
8500,oo<> IN BANK TO PAY ALL
A FULL DRAWING IN SIGHT.
$100,000 FOR ONLY $10.
At the Second Grand Gift Concert, authorized
hy special act of the Legislature, la aid of the
Pabilo Library or Kentucsy, unavoidably post?
poned from september 28 to December 7. and
which positively and unequivocally oe cars in
Louisville. KT., saturday, December 7; 1872. with?
out further delay on any account whatever, the
following Cash Girts are for distribution by lot
among the ticket holders:
ONE GRAND GIFT, CASH.$100,000
ONE GRAND GIFT.i.....60,000
1 Cash Gift.$25,090 4 Cash Gina....$2,000
1 cash Girt.$20.000 16 cash outs. ...$1,000
ICash Girt.$16,000 20 Cash Girts.... $903
1 Cash Gift.$10,000 21 cash Gifts.... $800
l cash Girt.$B.ooo 26 ca-h Giru.... $700
1 Cash Gilt. $8.000 36 Cash Girts...'. $600
1 Cash Gilt. $7,000 46 Cash Girts.... $600
I Cash Girt. $6,000 6u Cash Gifts.... $400
1 Cash Gift., $6,0001 00 o?sh Girts.... $800
l casu Gl:t.$4,0001100 cash Girts.... $200
I cash Gift. $8.000 612 cash Gifts.... $100
rotai-1 ooo Girts, ail Caan.$s00,ooo
Tbe money to pay all these Gifts la now upon
leposlt, and set apart for that purpose, la the
Farmers' and Drovers' Bank, aa win be seen by
.he following certificate of the Cashier:
FARM sss' AND DB0TXRS' BANE, I
LonsvTLLK, KT., September 29, 1872. j
This IB tc certify that there ta now on deposit.
lo thia ban< over Half a Million of Dollars to j
;be credit or the Girt Concert Fond, $600,000 or1
irhlob ls held by this bank as Treasurer of the
Public Library of Kentucky to pay off all Gifts1
? be awarded at the drawing.
R. & VEECH, Cashier. j
Price of Tickets, i J
Whela Ticket*, $10; Halves, $6; Qa arters, $2 60;
II Whole Tickets for $100; 28 tor $-?66; 66 for $600;
113 lor $1000; 286 ror $2600; 676 for $6000. No
llscount on leas than $100 worth of tickets at a !
me. I 1
The drawing will positively and uneq ol vocally
;ake place December 7. Agent s are perr.m p tori ly
required to close sales and make returns Novena
oer 26, la order to give arnpl? time ror th- Anal ?
irrangements. Orders ror Tickets or applications:
or Ciro niara should be addressed to
Gov. THOM AS E. H HA MLE TTE,
agent Pabilo Library of Kentucky,1 Louisville, 1
Kentucky. locts-awiaawa , 1
Sanen ($0000, Notions, Ut,
FALL. ANJO WINTER
E. W. MARSHALL ft CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOREIGN ANO DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS IND NOTIONS.
We offer to the Trade an unusually Large and
Well-Purchased stock ol the above Goods, which
wUl be kept full daring the season by a Resident
Buyer In the Northern Marketa, and will be sold
at prices aa low aa can-be obtained elsewhere.
E. W. MARSH ALL ACO,,
No. 141 Meeting street, Charleston, 8. 0.
Carpelo, fttattinrj, Ut.
OIL CLOTH, MATTING, ft o. i
?EO. A. BO WM A.N. Agent,
No. SI3T KING STREET,
HAS JUST RECEIVES A HANDSOME AND WELL
SELECTED STOCK OF :
Velvet, Body Brussels, Tapestry Brussels, Three*
Ply 1 Ingrain, Wool Dutch, Venetian and Hemp
Velvet, Brussels and Beam RUGS and MATS
Cocoa, Manilla, Rattan and Ohma MATTING
Cocoa, Jute and A incant MATS
OIL CLOTH, of all widths and quanti s
STAIR RODS, Stair Pads, Carpet Linings, Ac.
Which ha ls prepared to offtr at prices that will
.Sailoring, QUotijing, Ut.
JMTHN E U G H B I??B7^
No. 141 KING STREET,
WBST 81 DB, A FEW DOORS NORTH OF QUEEN STREET,
Would respectfully inform hie frienda that he
has jost returned from New York with a largo
and well selected stock or the latest styles of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Also, a fun assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, \
CELEBRATED BTAB SHIRTS.
^ngines, Joachim rrj, Ut.
PORTABLE, STATIONARY AND AGRICULTU?
RAL ENGINES, two to Atty horse-power
Circular Saw Milla, Grist Mills
Long and Short Cotton Gina
Oom and Leather Belting
Sperm, Lard, Tanners'. Linseed, Paraphlne
Wblte Oak ons. Tallow, ic, ic
Engine and Mill Supplies in great variety.
CAMERON, BARKLEY ic CO.,
CORNER MEETING AND CUMBERLAND STS
ShTTJ ?oobs, &t.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & GO
NO. 275 KI\G STREET,
(BETWEEN BEAUFAIN AND WENTWORTH STS.
Bave received and wilt orrer on Monday, Octo?
ber nth, the largest and beat selected stock of
CONS)STI.'.O OF : i
io pieces BLACK TAFFETA MLK, at $1-loweat
since the war
20 pieces m ac K Gros Grain, at $1 26, $1 60, $1 76
a d $*-lowest stace the war
IO pieces Gros Grata, at $2 M. $3 and ti
20 pieces or all the newest shades ta Colored suss
20 pleca Striped and Fancy Silks, SAUUS, Efflug
20 pieces Black Velvetlses, at 75c a^J-il 60
20 pieces Colored, forTiitumlog and cloaks
20 pieces Blaci and Col A e J Slik Velvets, at $3 50
10 pieces All Colors Silk Plash
A very One selected stoc< or Poplins Mohairs and
- Serges, from 26 to 4?c
A full line or Empress cloth, from 60 cents np
All colors 27 Inch Irish Poplin, at fl 76, worth (2 SO
Foll lines of Merinos, Sateens, Rep Valour and
. Rep Fol 3
A fall nae or Poplins, from 20a. to 36c
A complete line of Mourning Goods, Alpacas,
Bombazines, Crape Cloth, Empress and Hearl
et ta Cloth.
CARPET AND UPBOLSTBBY DEPARTMENT.
As a special bargain, will for this wrek offer :
20 pieces best INGRAIN CARPET, for only oso.,
io pieces best Ingrain Carpet, at 76c., worth $1
lo pieces best Ingrain Carper, at 85c, worth $116
16 pieces best ingrain Carpet, at si, worth $i 86
60 pieces >.ug usa does el y Binss9ls Tapestry,
at $l 60
A foll Une ol beat English Body Brussels an 1 Vel?
Bugs, Matu, Druggets, Oil Cloth. M tiing, Ac.
A complete line ot Window shades, Lace Curtains
and other Curtain Material, Haircloth, Ter?
ries and Cornices.
Orders taken for all sizes of MIRRORS, from $7
Mr. CLOTH WORTHY, an experienced Uphol?
sterer, has charge or maslag and laying a l C?r?
pela, and ht:lag Shades and upnolatet-y Work.
We are the sole agents or the celebrated C HEIL
LET'S KIO GLOVED-each pnlr guaranteed.
We have also received a fall Ute or one, two
and three Buitons|Prench Kids, which we < uer
at $i-two hattons, $1 36-best selection ever
brought to this city.
CLOTH AND FLANNEL DEPARTMENT,
Ihelargrst and be-t selected st-ck m thu city,
coasts lng or best PRBNca. ENGLISH, GERMAN
AND BELGIAN CLOTH-, Beavers. Doeskins, Cas?
sim eros, Diagonals, Coati'.gs, Vestings-all In
newest aty les.
A rall line of Domr s lc CasMmeres, Jeans, Sati?
n?is, Tweeds and Linings or all kinds.
. Merchants and Tailors are invited to Inspect
this stock. We can guarantee a saving of ten per
cent, on Ne? York prices.
A complete aaaortmeat o' ALL WOOL FLAN?
NELS, Stutter and o, era Flannels, Cloaking and
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
An excellent and complete stock of WHITE I
BflIRT?, all sises, nest makes. Durability guaran?
The celebrated DIAMOND SHIRT.
A fall line of Foreign and Domestic UNDER?
WEAR, Collars, Suspenders. Half Hose, Ac, which
win be sold at factory prices.
LADIES' FURNISHING GOOD* AND MILLINERY
(IN OBABOI OF LADIES EMPLOYED.)
We nave received a full line or LADIES UNDER?
WEAR, consisting or all qn alkies of CHEMISES,
Skirts. Nightshirts, Merino Undervo ts, Drawers,
Also, a One Stock Of INFANTS' ROBES, Booda,
Ribbons, Hose, Gloves, Tira, Bows, Belts. Satch?
els, Flowers, Plomes, Feathers, Hats, Ac-all m !
Oar SHAWL, BLANKET, LINEN AND DOMES-'
HO DEPARTMENTS are now complete, and all
articles wi il be sold at the very lowest New York
Our WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT contMoa all
Classes of DRY ANO FANCY GOODS, a full Hue
of MILLINERY GOODS, Ac. and we offer the [
same aa low as any Newj York Jobbiug Boase,
having great advantage.In purchasing our Goods.'
F?ROHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO., I
Na ms King street.
?birto anb ia?niflljing ?UO?B.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
CHARLT28TO??, S. C.
.B.' I? ' .'
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. &SS93 D?U I I ? SS38S
8SS3 . . 8838
. 088 arri?
gg STAR gs
SSS SHIRT 833
68SSSS EMPORIUM 883833
The Proprietor of the above Establishment has
just returned from New York with a-new and
weh selected Stock of the Oeleorated
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
ALSO, A FM A8S0BTHBNT OF
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Shaker Flan ri el, Wool and Merino, cotton Flan?
nel, Shirts and Drawers, all grades and all sizes.
English Merino and Colton Bair Bose.
Also, a fall selection of the latest Novelties in
English Windsor Scarfs; Marquise Scarfs,
Lord stanley Searls, Livingston Cravats,
Chancellor Seana, Bows and Ties.
Gray's PAPER COLLARS (if all descriptions.
Walking Canes and Umbrellas.
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET BALL.
JOST PUBLISHED, A MOST BRIL
. LIANT WORK,
OEMS OF STBA?S8,
The publishers offer to the public this unique j
and most attractive collection, brought ont, as
one may Bay, under the eye of the great com?
poser, and containing his very best works. It ls
embellished with a One
PORTRAIT OF STRAUSS,
And contains the prime favorites,
ARTIST LIFE-BL UK DAN UBI-MARRIAGE BELLS
MANHATTAN'-1001 SIGHTS-WIENER BON?
And many other equally good Waltzes, Polkas,
Quadrilles, Mazurkas, Ac, filing altogether
226 LARGE MUSIO PAGES.
The "first applause" on Ita appearance, warna
ns that the fine book ls to be Inevitably "All the
Fashion" tte present season. Pdec $2 60 in
Boards; $3 in Cloth.
Sent, poet paid, on receipt of price.
Has no superior, our Church Music Book,
THE STANDARD. $1 CO.
Specimen copies sent, for the present, post-paid,
OL i Vi, K DIT.HON A CO., I '*'G. H. D1TSON A CO.
Boston. New York. i
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DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
WHOLESALE AGENTS, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
KING A R0SB0R0?QH. Waldo, Florida, Proprietors. aagl-tnsta3moB
Ill? If Ti HER a PRICES,
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NO. 139 MEETI2CG STREET,
JVO, S3 EAST BAX
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ZD rna?, ? lit wu ait, (fi.
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IMPORTERS, MANUTACTt/BXBa AND
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We big to oall the attention of Druggist a, Phy?
sicians and Country Mercbonta to oar large and
complete Stock ol all Goods nana ly kept In a
WHOLESALE DR?U WAREHOUSE,
consisting in part or Pare DRUGS. Medicines and J
Chemicals, Foreign and Domestic, all Proprietary
Articles, Instruments, Trusses, Supporters, Band?
ages, Suspensions, Glassware, Window Glass,
Putty, Paints, Oils and Dye' Stuffs, instruments,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods and Druggist's Sun?
dries, which have been selectrd with great care |
te meet the wanta of all In need or Reliable Arti?
cles at moderate prices.
Wd are alto Proprietors of the following, which j
we offer with confidence as being equal to aoy
similar Preparations in the market:
SUMTER BITTERS, the Great Southern Tonic.
MOISE'S LIVER TILLS, Purely Vegetable.
MOISE'S HORSE, HOG AND CATTLE POWDERS.
MOISE'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, Warranted j
? to Oura.
MOISE'S POPULAR WHITE WORM CANDY.
MOISE'S MORNING STAR YEAST OR BAKING
COLLIER'S REMEDY FOR MAN AND BEAST,
the Best Liniment ever nae J.
We are Agents for the following Booses, whose |
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Da. VON GH L ANN'S ROYAL CROWN SO RN APPS,
lilla world-renowned Tonio u highly recom?
mended by the most eminent German Physi?
cians, and pronounced by them aa perfectly
pare, and free from all adulteration.
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Pharmaceutical Preparations : Beer Wine |
and Iron, "Tasteless Cod Liver O.l," Pepsin, |
Bismuth and S try ennuie, J c.
HAN OE EROS. A WHITE,;or Philadelphia-Stand-1
ard Solid and Fluid Extracts and Sugar
LIEBIG'S Texan Extract or Beer, In all size j
Exc&slor Spring Saratoga Water. Fresh sup?
plies received monthly.
TIEMAN A CO 'S Celebrated Surgical Instru?
LONG'S Portable Soda-Water Apparatus. All
complete la one SH/er-P?ated Draw stand.
. The Cheapest and most Easily Managed Foun?
tain In thc world.
PATENT SPRING SHOW-CASES, WALNUT AND
4,6, e, 7 and 8 feet, always on band.
BELLOC'S CHARCOAL ^
Approved by the Imperial Academy
of Medicine Par??
! It is especially to ?ts eminently absorbent
properties that Bel'.oc'a Charcoal owes its
great efficacy, lt is specially recommended
for the following affections.
CRAMPS IN THE STOMACH
HODS OF EmOYHENT. - Helloo'. Charcoal
is taken before or after each meal, in the form
pf Powder or Lozenges. In the majority of
cases, its beneficial elfccis aro felt aller the llrst
dose. Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
ol' powder and box ol lozenges. |
Dfjui io PIM, L. FRERE, 19, me Jacob
Agents in Charleston: D0W1E, MOISE A J
L^JUVlS, Wholesale Druggists. J
LDooro, S?WIJM and Clines
pi t?. T??tE.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
STORE DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
MOULDINGS, WINDOW GLASS,
NEWELS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
BALUSTERS, SLATE MANTELS.
OFFICE AND SALES ROO MS,
No. 30 Havne street,
FACTORY, HOBLBEOK'S WHARF
1MF~Y o ?
STATS OP SO?TH CAROLINA, ?
I JCBCTJTTVK DEPARTMENT, J
To the Commissionert oj Election:
in accordauco WICH section 8, of Article 0, of
the deneral statutes o? this State, jon ara hereby
notified and required! to cc.u<e an Klee lon tobe
Urld la yoar respective Coanties on tne first
Tuesday following ihe flr?t H oday of November
aexr, belair the 6th day of thc month aforesaid,
ror seven 7) persons as Electors or f resident and
vice-President of the United Mates..
Now, tbeiefore, you and each or you ?re herebr
required, wlitistnot regard to the provisions or
the OonBiltnttoQ and laws of this State, touch?
ing y our duty In such case, to canse SUCH election
tobe held lu your respectivo Counties ou tho day
aforesaid, and for the ascertaining and determin?
ing of such persons who. shah have been dclv
sleeted thereat. v
AU b ur rooms and drinking saloons shall be
?osed on the day of electlou, and any person
rho sha 1 sell any intoxicating drinks on that
lay, sha'i be guilty of a misdemeanor,an.i on
:onvlctiun thereof, shall be flued In a tum not
eas than one hundred dol?ais, or be impriBone i
or a pe rio A. not lesa than cn; month; nor more
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand, and caused the gre it seal or the State to
bo affixed, at Columbi t. HUB stn day or October,
A. D. 1872, aad in the nlnety-aeveuth year or the
Independence of tho United StateB of A m erica.
ROBERT E. SCOTT,
F. Lu CAUDOZO,
Secretary of State.
F F I G I A L .
STATS OF SOUTH CAROLINA. )
EXECtTlVB DEPARTMENT. (
In pursuance of an Act of tue General Assem?
bly approved March 1,1870, entitled, "Anaot pro?
viding for the general eiec lon and the manner
or conducting the same," amended by an act ap?
proved March 12, 1872, an Election will be held In
the several Counties or this State on the TiJIHO
WEDNESDAY, being the 18th day nf October, for
the following state, Legislative, County and Uga
gresslonal Oincers, to Bsrve for the next two and
four years, as provided by the State Constitution
and Acts of congress of the United states, to wit:
Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, Attorney-Gene?
ral. *ecretaiy of State. State Treasurer, uoinptrol
ler-General. Superintendent or Edocarion. Adju?
tant and Inspector-GenerrU, Members of the nene
ral Assembly, Solicitors In the several Judicial
circuits, and for the various County Offices,
together with one Member of congress, to repre?
sent the State at Large, and Represenilves tn the
raspee ive Congressional .Districts.
At the said election the following amendments
to the State Constitution will be submitted to the
voters tor ratlfloatton or rejection, to wit:
1er. Amendment relating to change or time of
hoMh g geueral elections.
Strike ont all of that portion of Section XI of
Anice 'A following the w rda 'eighteen hendred
and eeventy," occurring in the fourth and fifth
lines, and insert the following: "And forever
thereafter, on the first Tuesday following the first
Monday lu November. In every B?cond year, in
inch manner and at such places as tho ..egisia
i are may provide." The manner or voting on this
amendment sball be as follows: Those in favor of
the amendment shah deposit a ballot with the fol
lowing words written or printed thereon, "Con
atitutional Amendment-Tes." Those opposed to il
Bald amendment snail cast a ballot with the fol- '
lowing words written or printed thereon, "con
2d. Amendment relating io the farther Increase
of the public debt of the Mate, as follows : Article
xvi. "To the end that the public debt of South
Carolina may not hereafter be increased without
lue due consideration and free consent of the
people or tho state, the General Assembly ls here?
by forbidden to create any further debt or obliga?
tion, either by the loan of the credit of the .-tate,
hy guarantee, eudora meat or otherwise, except
for the ordinary And current cusin ess of the State,
without -n> t sab.II lt i inc the question an to the
creation of any such new dear, guarantee, en?
dorsement or loan or thc cred.t, to the people of \
this State, at a general election; and unless two
thirds of Hie qualified votera or tbs State voting
on the question aball be In favor of a farther debt,
guarantee, endorsement or loan of this credit,
none sball be created or made."
The manner or voting on thia amendment shall |
be as follows:
Those In favor of the amendment shall depoalt
a ballot with the following words written or
printed thereon: "Constitutional Amendment,
Artic e XVI.-ree,"
Those opposed to the amendment shall ca*t a
ballot, with the followlni: words written or print?
ed 'hereon : ''Constitutional Amendment, Article
zn.-NO." ? ?
All bar-rooms and drinking saloons shall bo
closed on the day of election; and any per-on
who shan sell any intoxicating drinks on tue dav
of election i-hall b* guilty of a misdemeanor, and
on conviction thereof, ahull be fined In a sum not
less than one hundred dollars, or be imprisoned
for a period not le.-s than one month, nor more
than six months. The commissioners and Mana?
gers or t lection, and each of them, are hereby re?
quired, with Btrlct regard to the provisions of the
Constitution ana laws or the State touching their
duty la such case, tn cause such elections to he
held in their respective counties on the day afore?
said, and to take all necessary steps for the hold?
ing of such elections, and for tne ascertaining
a-.d determining the persons who shall have been
dnly elected thereat, according to the rules, prin?
ciples and provisions presented by the act and
amendments thereon, aforesaid.
Ia pursuance whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand and cause the great Seal of the State to
be affixed, at Colombia, thc 18th day or septem?
ber. A. D., 1872, and In the nlnety-seveuth year
of the Independence of the United Statea of
IL. s ] ROBE RT E. SCOTT, Governor.
F. L. CARDOZo, Secret ary of State,
Ohmas anli JHeoinius.
Bicarbonate o r Soda
Ci earn of Tartar
Alcohol, 06 per cent
Ac., Ac, Ac
At lowest market rates. By
DR. H. BARR. No. 131 Hefting street..
BEEF, WINE AND IRON
BEEF, WINE, IRON AND CINCHONA.
These elegant and excellent stimulating Tonics
are now getting Into general uso, especially lu
cases or delicate remains ana childi en. They ma;
be had of DR. u. BAKU,
No. 131 Meeting street.
A full Btock or Elixir i, and aU the other new
Pharmaceutical Preparation always kept on
Clot ping ario Jnmisqiitg ?00c *
NEWSTOKE! ;. ... SSSSS
NEW GOODS If
EVEEYTHING NEW !
MENKE ft MULLER,
TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PD BL (C TO
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
AND CHOICE MATERIALS
FOR CUSTOM WORK!.
AN INSPECTION OF THE
GOODS AND PRICES
COR, KING AND WENTWORTH S TS.,
14 RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
Dinga ano ??eov?nta.
JJ BUGS AND MEDICINE?,
WHOLESALE *fc RETAJ?I.
DR. H. BAER,
NO. 131 MEETING bf RE ET?
. onere ala Larga and WeU-Aaaorted S took of
PERFUMERY, ~_ m
"'"' TOILET ARTICLES,
FANCY GOODS, 1
Ac, Ac, Ac,
AT TUB LOWEST BAHRET ll ATICS.
Constantly on hand all the ding Propri?t? oj
FRENCH, ENGLISH. GERMAN AND
FOUNTAIN SYRINGES, tue best and moat con
veulent for general nae.
Also, every other kind of Syringe known m this
Trasses, Abdominal Sapporters, shoulder
Bracea, Abdominal Belts, Physicians' Saddle?
Bags, Physicians' P.? ctot-oases, Elaatlo Stockinga
and Medicine cheats.
Druggists' Glassware, or every description, a"
the lowest ratea, and a fall assortment of .'Drag*
Agent for Rattan'a "Crystal Discovery for toa
Agent for the "New York Medical University'a
Agent rbr Ria on's Tobacco Antidote, and Up
liam's Antidote to Strong Drink.
I Agent for the elegant preparations or W. H.
Warner A co., or Philadelphia, constating or ?
fnll line or Fluid Extracta, Sugar-coated Filin,
Elixirs, Medicated wines and Syrups, Licorice
and Pepsin Lozenges, Ac, Ac.
Special attention ia directed to the following
articles or h la own manuTactore:
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL ?
An excellent Car ml rum re, Invaluable in the
diseases incident to thc'period of dentition
children; aa also In colic, diarrhoea, dysentery,
and other infantile complaints. It ls superior to
other medicines used for thia purpose, aa lt la en?
tirelj free from any lo J ur loua drag; and
CONTAINS NO ANODYNE I
It la recommended by the best physicians, and
mothere may administer lt with confidence.
THE EXCEL8IOR HAIR TONIO,
ta aoareTnlly prepared Dressing for the hair, at
once answering the purposes of hair oil, hair
wash, and, hair tonic. It. contains no sulphur
lead, or nitrate of sliver, an d la -,
NO DTE I
It win promote a healthy growth of nair, and
prevent their falling ont, and will not Injure ilia:
general system. al -, Tl
Boer's Improved Vegetable
A gentle Aperient, of purely vegetable sub?
stances, recom mended for Dyspepsia, Headache
Constipation, AC, AC.
DOUBLE DISTILLED BENZINE,
.for removing grease spots, said cleaning clothes.
None but tu Pa rest Drugs used, and satlafav
tion guaranted, both aa td price and quality.
Order are solicited from Druggists, Phys clans,
Country Merchante, Plantera and others, with tba
assurance that they shall receive prompt and
arelQl attention; : - mch7-8mosr)Cfcw
THE GREAT . NATIONAL PARK IN.
tae Yo-5emtte Valley, when finished and
fenced In (I) Will be,tho grandest pleasure-ground
in the world. If lt had a fine medicinal spring,
like the German Seltzer lt would be perfect. Tat.
this kt no importance, for who goes any where In
summer' Without being provided with ...
Ta rr ant* s Effervescent Seiner Aperient,
whlcli ls Identical m lu components- ami ita ef?
fect with the lamons Prussian spa.' It takes ont
an Instant to evolve from thia preparation the
moat delightful and admirable .of nu medicinal
draughts. As a cure forb.ltsttinese, rt eamatiam,
.Indigestion, constipation, nervousness, Ac., and
aa a renovator ot the system, a stands alone.
Sold by all druggists.. fl octioia
?Jiano0, O3rigon0, 8t.
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
Famished at factory priesa for Cash, or . by
Montbly Payments on the most Uber?l terms.
CHARLES IM H'OLBNAHAN,
plano and Mode Store,
sepMmos NO. Ml King atreetr
Statiion ?ole?-"?bif Wa%.
ATTACHMENT SALS OF STOCK OF
Clothing, Dry Goods. Ac.. of Ueae-s. Ooldea*
burg Sc Ham. vnrrWi^THIS DAT, (Wedlin?
day',) and c<jnaaae?erj ?taivat lo o'clock, at lila
Saleer-om. Na 45 Wentworth street. until entire
Stock la dlsp<*e*of, a iswraod TOrted^aawrt
meut or Gents'.,.Youths' a^TSjfttKOfinmM^K
Clothing, -uperior Felt nerf Wooi;^^?'
and Misses' Trimmed F*noy Haw, Ladles' Under- .
garmeuts, L B. Belkoap. Hickory, WWjmf?
F. shirts. Table and Pocket Cutler/, Notions and
one Show Case. " _ ocXU .
.. . .. VA - i'.V..i_ -31?.
Br MILES ?RAKE.., .".:..
LARGE SALE CLOTH 'KG, HATS, acc.?
JUSlRHCElYED, - :
THIS HORNING, at io o'clock. I wl'd sell at my
Store, corner King and Liberty streets. ,
A large and well assorted stock of Men's Black
Casslmere and s?nnet sack and FUO0K COATS.
Gray and Fa'cy Melton Sacks, fliirnaon: fasto
and Frocks, All Wool Derbys,. Caaslmere. Satinet
and Ban ison Vests, Fs?or satinet Panta. Floe
Black Cassi m ere Panta and Tests.'Soper Melton
Overeo ais, nixed Caaslmere Overcoats Ac Piece
Goods,-Shawls, an lavotee of Fashionable Neck?
ties, Bews, Aa, Aa . . - . ..
ALSO, ' - '"' '
A line lot or Men's and Boya' Wool and Felt?
HATS, (aa are) Jost received per steamer^,. -,r;r
oem . . . .-.';:
By W. T. lEITi H * ^mamm
Auctioneer*. ' "* 7f:?o?'-'1' !>'-'
WLLBE SOLD ON TUE8DAY.cTffE
22d Instant, at the Postofflca- at ii o'clock,
l hat pleasantly sltuatfd two story DWELWSG,
with piazza and kitchen, contalslng six square
rooms, altnated on the south fide or spring
street, third door west of Ashley, and known by
the number 63. Lot measures 40 feet by 176 in
depth, more or lea?. ? --.- ;Y?,.JJ
Terms-one-third cash; balance tn one anti two
years. Purchaser to pay us for papers and
Bj J. FRASER MATH EWES.
STEAMER WATER LILY.1 ?' &> ' ?nil
Will be sold or TUESDAY. Md instant, at
Senthern Wharf, where sha now Iks, ax n o'clock
Tba Powerful and Light Draft 8te*mboat
"WATER LILY." lately plying as a Freight ?nd
Passe D ge r Boat : fi et ween C n ? i laiton. and s ! MA?
islands. Dimensions: Length overall 108"feet,
breadth n feet, draft S feet 4 lache*. ~ TWBSCT
' She hss two <?) Low-Presaure Eiglnes eon
nected st right angles; dameter ff cylinders. ?
Inches; feet stroke; la admirably adapted for
owing purposes. M ?H*J.V. \1fJit si
s Terms-One-fourth cash; b?lacee lr>noteatflz
mooth*, with approved personal security. ,
- oot4-tmw8tol <> ?? -.'fifiQitr
Hy LOWNDES k G KI. MB ALL, ,
Auctlonsen. .. _ ..
FORD, EXECUTOR; VS.' COACHMAN.
Dnder the decree or the Court in this cause,
will be aold at pnollo outcry, at the ow Poatof.
Deo in charleston, THURSDAY, Kovetahpr 21,
1812, at ll o'clock. , . . ' -
Alt that TRACT OF LAND, known aa Son th? H
lJDd Piar, tat loo (excepting a small pomoa-flcld
to the Winy ah Indigo society.) i , the. s^I-i coun?
ty, containing 4400acres, more cr lear, granted
to George Ford November 7th, i7sa?.-j? ?. J h>hi->l -
In the meantime this property may >e .treated
for at private sale. 1 E -"ST"'
Terms to be made known on day of sale. Pur.
? baser to pay for., stamps ^^jjgggg^f**
pesep26-w .*... ..' i *'."'. u??riaV>*
H a tit cac 5.
gOUTH CABOIATNA BJIIIABO^"' ^
CUABLOSTOH,' s? c., Septeno* ?, ivfc
On ano arter ?^^v^^r3^Si%
senttor Trains on theSoat?rthtroilnA Bauroaa win
tan ats follows: . ;:Lou Wiv> uov. ! Z3KMT3
.JO v.ji.-7 <; Oy-gy^ -i-'Sfiiig^b writ
Arrive at colombia.?? wn
"~?UB AU8UBTA. oantw
Atctve at Auguata...w.?..ii;--.--~" 6-*0r *
Leaxe tToiombla...???... z?A ?
At*ta? 3 flharieatcm.ui.n..i-.......yv.^4i^?M
?M>e wSn??moHT axr.itaf.
Leave onarlfleton.. :*.?"...??!' ?
Arrive at Augusta...... * ??i? ? v
Leave Augusta:......^ ......." f ?
Arrive at?harioston.?.,iav Ufo . * - *
a arrAOfuTZLLi TBAiir. - VH .
Leave summerville at..T?? A at
AJTIV?at ?heiicston ............8.40,A M
Leave Utor^n^.....,...v?.f....,,^^(f ?
Arrive at surntoarvule.,..".440 r M
.r.O.-J-i OAMDBM TBA IR. -"^1
Leave camden.../7.30.A M
Arrive at Columbia. .Li.6fc A M
Leave colombia........................ : 'a. ic r u
Arrive ?t. Camden. ,............;;iiT66 r M
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta with
Macon'afid Augusta Railroad, Central Railroad
snd Georgia Railroad. This ls the quickeel-iad
moat direct route and as co m?o r LS nie a n d cheap a?
any other route to. Louisville, cinclnaatL. Chicago,
SuLohla and-all other pointa WeaHi* SOrthvreat.
Colombia N lg nt Train connecta wita vnoonae
Aad Colombia Railroad ; and Day and Night Trains
connect with Charlotte Bnad. -
! Through uokets on aale via thia-?Ott?-i* ail
point? Borth.,. .a. ?^iiJenaiait?i>
OarfldenTrain connecta at Klngvuie daliy tex
cept sunday a) with Day Passenger Trtt*?;awd
i S.a P10KBH8.at. A. li.iii f i-; r.'-2ca<l?ct
SAVANNAH AND CHAR^rgTOH
r*' ' '. ' . RAILROAD. ; f^-J
OBAB?STOH, JQn? 13, 187*.' V
On and after MONDAY, Jane 17th, UMina>
senger Trains on this Road will run aa folio wi:
' EXPRESS TRAIN. HTOV A
Leave Charleston dally.A?S0^1w4>MM?Ki
Arrive at savannah dally.>-.P. M.
Leave Savannah dally...-....,IL^OP. M.
Arrive at oiuBtoatondaary............ W av TA.?.
Leave charleston, Sundays excepted.. .JUfijA^Jt
Arrive at Savaniiah,8^ri^iexcepted aJo-T. 1,
Leave Savana^saao^^ct^^. Tl
makeoww' . - ;i ?" ,_ ,
ror all Stations OH teat Road, (Sundays ex?s5ii"?
Freight forward*! a ally OD tnrcugn bii*?*a?
mg to points m Florida and by Uvanrmh ImTof
ateamshlpe to Bo? to H. Prompt djpatofr riven to
freights ?Cf Boauxort and pula ta OB Pori Royal
iiauroad and at aa low ratea as bj any qthfirOne.
Tlokeu on sale at thu offloe foi- Beaafoh over
Port Royal Rauroa-L C. ?. QADbDAN,
S. C. BOTLSTON. ?en'l Ft and ftci^Seat.
XT "? FAHY." . 'TTJ??? ,-.>', i..
OHABLMTOH, 8. C.. JanA8.'a87A .
Arrive at 'charleston e^o A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and a P. M. ...... -rrTTW.
Train does not leave Charleston 8.007. iL, 6r/s
OATS. iii VJO'i'UX ?J?UU?C. ">
Tram lea vlng io. 16 A. M. makes through aQMMO?
tlon to New York, via Richmond and Acquis
Creek only; going through ta 44 hours. ' ? iaVSvC
-Passengers leaving by s.oo P.iL^ Trate nan
choice or route, via Richmond and WAat?nrton
or na Portsmouth and Baltimore. Tho? tearlas
FBIDAT by thia Train lay ever, on STODAX Ia Bal
timora Those leaving on SATITRDAY remainScit.
DATtaWUmtoaton,lf-?.- . ?
Thia ls the cheapest, quickest and JT?? Mess
ant route to ciQcmnati umoago ard other pointa
Weat and No thvrest, both Trains making con
necuonaat Washington wita Western Trains ot
Baltimore and Ohio Rauroai. l^L^^---- "
P. L. OLE APO R. Sen. Ticket Agent. Bj taaf fi
[''?'? (BBON801?'8 RlWaTAPSB)
PUBLISHED AT BLACKVILLE, ti. CL - '
Waa established In ISM, and as ?Advsrtstag
Medium la unBorpsssed by a?j4Jot?r#*Wat4ty
ta the sta-e. Now is the "??e ^iffi**
--r-,-rr-r-!--'. ..: 53 ^ya.iu
WHITS S UL PD TR SPRINGS WATER, from tts
Celebrated G reen oner White Batanar M*?tm
ta Virginia .?'/r .TT .. -
Oongrtat Water ' i a u . .. -
For sale bj . DR. H. B,RB,
_Na m Meeting tunk.
X>USSELL'S SOOTHING CORBIALL j. r
of uieiij?adin^r/hjstciKu o"'^T^^'
roya kept for sale; wuote?oie and Be too,
DR.,IL BARR, Na. 131 Meeting street,