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Tears or gold the heavens wept;
Tney fell, and were by billows swept
.tnto the sea. mid coral caves.
Where roll the ever restless waves.
And taos they lay, till they wrre round
By mermaids on the ocean'* ground.
The sea nymphs toot the gems, 60 rare.
And wound them in their sea-green a air.
And often, now, some summer's night
The ocean gleams with golden light:
Caused by the mermaids sport i. g there
With tears of gold Tn flowing hau*.
JOTTINGS ABOUT THE STATE.
-The Governor has appointed Joseph N.
Brown, Esq., a notary public for Anderson
-The ladles ol St. Davld'a. Eplsoopal
Church Cheraw gave an entertainment ot cha?
rades, tableaux, Ac, on Thursday evening
_A small four-page, neatly-printed sheet,
called tho Orphans' Appeal, has made Its ap?
pearance. It is published by the local board
of trustees ot the Palmetto Orphan Home, of
Colombia, & C.
? -On last Tuesday, near Drake's Mill, in
Marlboro' County, Jacob Drake, colored, was
killed, by Ben Drake, also colored. The
weupon used was a handspike. Ben Drake
his not yet been, arrested.
-The residence of Mr. J. M. Elliott was en?
tered Thursday night, and two hundred dollars I
taken from his pocket. The thief, no doubt,
knew all about the house, as Mr. Elliott was
not apprised of toe faot until the next morn?
-The following postoffices have been .es
? tabUshed on the route from Union Courthouse |
to Woodruffs: Coleraine Postofflce, at which
Daniel A. McLaughlin has been appointed
g?unaster. Fair Forrest, at which Jasper
Ibbs ls appointed postmaster. These are
-Toe Anderson Baptist Church has extend?
ed an invitation to Be v. James K. Mendenhatl,
of Colombia, to assume Its pastoral charge the
ensuing year. Mr. Mendenhall bas been en?
gaged tor several years past as agent of the
Furman University, in raising subscriptions for
the endowment of that institution, and
' ls well known throughout the State.
-A very Interesting and creditable amateur
- concert was given in Columbia last Thursday
evening, for the benefit of the Young Mens'
Christian Association. Among the ladles and
gentlemen who contributed their assistance
were Mrs. Major Mahon, Mrs. Cheatham, Mrs.
Rowland and Misses Erwin, Sawyer and Haw?
ley, and Merars. Bacon, Orchard, Duvali, Tap
pan, Koepper and Iredeli.
-The gln-honse of Mr. A. J. Bilton, in the
town of Pendleton, was entirely destroyed by
Are on Tuesday night last. There were twe a-1
ty or twenty-five bales ot cotton in the seen,
consumed, besides one bale already ginned.
The engine was saved without any damage.
Losa about three thousand dollars, without
insurance. The fire is supposed to be the |
work of an incendiary.
-The annual commencement of Williamston
Female College will take place on Wednesday
sod Thursday, November 13th and uth. The
sermon before the Young Ladles' Christian
Association will be delivered on Wednesday
evening by Bev. B. L. Harper, of Anderson.
The address to the Eroeophlc Society will be
given on Thursday morning, at hall-past ten
o'clock, by Profesor J. Wash. Boyd, or Abbe?
ville, and the closing concert and graduating
exercises will take place on Thursday even
-Mr. Charles H. Giles committed suicide at !
Union Courthouse on Tuesday last, by shoot-]
lng himself in the head with a pistol. Mr.
Giles was a young man of generous and man?
ly Impulses, a genial companion, a firm and
trae friend. He was a gallant Boldler in the
Confederate army, and there ls but tittle doubt
that a severe and inouraole wound ia the
beek, j which he received at the battle of
Sharpsburg, gave bim great bodily suffering,
and created the depression in bis mind
noticed by all some weeks before committing
the fatal act.
-Tba Anderson Intelligencer says: "It |1
seems that we were In error last week in an- '
Bouncing the re-election of W. H. Perry, Esq.,
as Bolictor of the Eighth Judicial Circuit.
The majorities for Mr. Perry In Anderson,
Greenville, Plckens and Oconee, according to
the published returns, aggregate 1666 votes,
while the majority for Mr. Blythe in Abbeville J
. is put down at 1793, making a clear total of
1ST votes lor Blythe. The official returns
from Abbeville are not yet received, and there
may be a slight change in the figures, but we !
think lt certain that Absalom Blythe, Esq., of I
Greenville, has been elected solicitor of thia [
circuit for the next four years."
SOME IN OLDEN TS IN THE . .L 'B OE A
[From the Washington Chronicle.]
A remnant, worn and weather-beaten, of
those "good old days" when omnibuses rolled
in lonely state up and down the thoroughfares |
of the nation's capital, and Webster, Clay and
Calhoun were the principal stars in the Con?
gressional playbills, may be seen almost any
fine day, leaning against one of the marble
pillara of the Metropolitan Hotel, gazing at
the promenaders that pass along Pennsylva?
nia avenue in panoramic review. Beau Hick?
man, aa he leans thus, with one foot crossed
over the other, bringing their broad surfaces
of bunions out In bold relief against the pave
Ment, ls dressed in a full suit of well-worn
black, carefully brushed; a green and purple
neck scarf, whose thread of once shining gilt
baa long since assumed a dismal rusty black,
bangs negligently down in a wilted way, as ir
lt too remembered the day when it associated
proudly with "a number a hundred and four?
teen vest," or a ninety-six coat. Many are
the stories told of this decayed man of fashion; |
bia sponging record vlelng, if possible, with
bis miraculous and unending wardrobe.
...Upon occasion he arrived at the Springs
only to find another beau Installed before him.
Cogitating on the distressing tact, he chanced
to meet bis rival, who called his servant and
commanded : "Bill, lay out my number eight
vest, my number eleven coat, and my number
sixteen pants." Whereupon Beau called bis
servant and said : "Sam, lay out my number
a hundred and fourteen vest, my number
ninety-six coat, and my number a hundred
and eight pants for me to drive in." His | (
rival, overwhelmed by these high figures, left
the next day. Being penniless on one occa?
sion about dinner time, he walked into
"GadBby's," (now the Washington House,)
put his cap in his pocket, entered the dining
room, ate bis dinner after an exaggerated
American fashion, went to the h at rack and se?
lected one of the best, walked to the depot, and
took the train, which was about starting for J
Baltimore. When the conductor came around
be lound Beau leaning out of the window in?
tently studying the landscape. He gave him
a puBQ to acquaint bim with his presence, but
the landscape held bim entranced. He gave
bim another, Larder than the first, when Beau
came In so suddenly as to knock his new hat
off. - He then got into an angry dispute with
the conductor, saying "lt was a new har* just
bought, and had bis ticket in the band," and
demanded the money for the hat, which the
conductor Anally paid him, and thus the Beau
obtained bis dinner, a ride to Baltimore, and
money enough for a new hnt by that fast-grow?
ing acquirement called "cheek."
Strangers who visit Washington often
' evince a great desire for the "honor" of an
? introduction, when the Beau tell* "that lt has <
been tire custom for gentlemen to give him
an initiation or introduction lee." If they
ask him bow much, he will tell them; "mem?
bers of Congress and gentlemen of distinction
fifty cents; others a quarter ol a dollar." That
the tl rey cents ls handed to him In nine cases out
of ten ' I need not tell a person of the reader's
discriminating character. But althoagh in the
old times Beau put such a high estimate upon
himself, we find him in these degenerate dayB
knocking down the pleasure o? his acquaint?
ance lor ten cents. Modest men, tearful of |
hurting his feelings, invite him up to the bar,
where ne says: "I never drink; I'll take a
cigar or the change."
During the war Washington possessed a
place of amusement of tho lower order, called
"Canterbury Hall." situated on Louisiana
avenue. A conflagration which was for once
blessed razed lt to the ground. The fire oc?
curred in the daytime, and many witnessed it,
among them Beau Hickman, who stood be?
seeching some one to save bis trunk, which
was in an adjoining building, as lt was all he
bad in the world. Some kind-hearted person
rescued lt from the fast-burning building,
when Bean kneeled on the pavement, un?
locked bis treasure, and displayed to a highly
admiring and discriminating assemblage
lasblon plates from the year 1800 up to the
year of the fire. Whether the be ne VB le tit In?
dividual considered himself repaid by the dis?
play for the risk of bis life I do not know.
Not a week since our city Masons entertain?
ed the Providence (B. I.) commandery. Beau
was assiduous in bis attentions and explana?
tions, dilating at great length on the changes
tnat have taken place in Washington since he
first knew lt. As they were leaving (Beau
asked one of them for a little recompense.
"What !" exclaimed the Mason; "here we have
been everywhere about the city, received the
utmost attention, had everything we could
possibly desire, and you are the first person
who has asked us for a cent," "But, "slr,"
returned the Beau, "you forget that not many
men have seen the Bights I have witnessed;
few have gazed upon the patriot Lafayette
when be visited this country. Have I not
told you more of what personally concerned
Daniel Webster and John C. Calhoun, and
those men who will not be forgotten until the
end of time, than you could have learned from
historians, who only delve fh letters or hear;
say for their information ? I have grown of?l ?
in the service, and if you strangers, who have
profiled by my information, cannot give a lit?
tle something toward my support I think lt
very hard." The Mason succumbed to the
flowers of Beau's rhetoric, and lett with food
HDrngg at iUrjolesale.
JJOWIB, MOISE <fc DAV
IMPORTEES, HANUFAOTUBHRS AND
CHARLESTON. S. 0.
We beg to call the attention of Druggists, Pby
slclauB and Country Merchants to our large and
complete Stock of all Goods nana ly kept in a
WHOLESALE DRU0 WAREHOUSE,
consisting in part or Pure DRUGS, Medicines and
Chemicals, Foreign and Domestic, all Proprietary
Articles, Instruments. Trusses, Supporters, Band?
ages, Suspensions, Glassware, window Glass,
Putty, Palo ts, Oils and Dye Stuffs, Instruments,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods and Druggist's Sun?
dries, which have been selected with great care
to meet the wan te or all in need of Reliable Arti?
cles at moderate prices.
We are also Proprietors of the following, which
we offer with confidence as being equal to any
similar Preparations la the market:
SUMTER BITTERS, the Great Southern Tonio.
MOISE'S LIVER PILLS, Purely Vegetable.
MOISE'S HORSE, HOO AND CATTLE POWDERS.
MOISE'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, Warranted
MOISE'S POPULAR WHITE WORM OANDT.
MOISE'S MORNING STAR YEAST OR BAKIN
COLLIER'S REMEDY FOR MAN AND BEAST,
the Beat Uniment ever used.
We are Agents for the following Houses, whose |
Articles we offer at Proprietors' prices:
DB. VON G BL ANN'S ROYAL CROWN SCHNAPPS.
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 adulterad: n.
JOHN WYETH A BRO.,of Philadelphia-Elegant
Pharmaceutical Preparations : Beef Wine J
and Iron, "Tasteless Cod Liver Oil," Pepsin,
Bismuth and Strychnine, dc.
BANGE BROS. & WHlTE,;of Philadelphia-Stand?
ard Solid and Fluid Extracts and Sugar
UEBIG'S Texan Extract or Beer, in all size
Excelsior Spring Saratoga Water. Fresh sup?
plies received monthly.
1TEMAN St CO.'S Celebrated Surgical Instru-1
LONQ'3 Portable Soda-Water Apparatus. All
complete in one SUrer-Piated Draw Stand.
The Cheapest and most Easily Managed Foun?
tain in tho world.
PATENT SPRING SHOW-CASES, WALNUT AND | ;
4,6, il, 7 and s feet, always on band.
Jun3-mw6mos j j
Clotljing ano *urmor)ing (Sooos.
NEW GOODS !
EVERYTHING NEW !
MENKE & MULLER,
TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIO TO
SPLENDID NEW STOCKh
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
KENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, |<
AND CHOICE MATERIALS
FOR CUSTOM WOBXijl
AN INSPECTION OF THE
3-OODS AND PRilCES
JOH, KING AND WENTWORTH STSL, 11
14 RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
J) A. J. SULLIVAN,
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
No. 113 MEETING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARKLEY A 00
DeslreB to inform hts friends and the public
that he ls prepared to carry on the GENERAL
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs or all kinds at?
tended to. Designs and estimates tornlehed upon
?J^?OSES GOLDSMITH 4 SON,
OOLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE.
Highest Cash Price paid ror WOOL, WAX
Hides, Skins, Paper stock, Iron, and all kinda or
Dealers in COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
PUT Iron. ma f2o-rnwfiyr
NOTICE.-HAVING HAD MUOH EX?
PERIENCE m repairing Weighing Scales of
every description, wonld soUcit public patronage
tn i erf renee io Bald work.
References; Mr. B. O'Neill, Tfholesalo Grocer
No. 180 East Bay: Messrs. H. Bis chou" A Co.,Whole?
sale Grocers, East Bay: Mr. Tl lomas A. Raynard
Public Adjuster or Weights and. Measures.
No, 4 Cu mberland street,
oct6-2mos Oharieston, s. 0?
Orri <&00oe, Gt.
CHEAPER THAN EVER !
TH^LARGrE STOCK OP
OF THE LATE T. KELLY. AT THE STORE, No
264 KINO STREET, still unsold, will be offered for
a FEW DAYS LONGER, AT REDUCED PRI0E8 I
And all desiring to get bargains will do well to
call sud examine tho stocx.
>?. I*. O'CONNOR,
FALL. AND WINTER
E. W. MARSHALL & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DR? GOODS ll NOTIONS.
We offer to tbs Trade an unusually Large and
wen-Purchased Stock or the above Goods, which
will be kept mil during the season by a Resident
Buyer in the Northern Marketa, and will be sold
?tprices as low as can be obtained elsewhere.
E. W. MARSHALL A CO.,
No. 141 Meeting street, Charleston, S. 0.
t VU11UU1V1 IV l/V?|
NO. 275 Iv I IV G 8TREET,
WILL OPEN ON MONDAT,
IND EVERY DAY DURING THE WEEK, AN
mmense variety or NEW AND DESIRABLE
IOODS, which we guarantee to be the best
iel ec ted Stock in this market, and which are oiler
xl at lowest New Yolk prices:
JLACK8ILK8 FANCY SILKS
COLO RE D SILKS IRIS H POPLI NS -
SILK VELVE I S VELVETEEN
SILK VALOURS CAaHM BRETS
3MPRB88 CLOTH SATINS
BOMBAZINES CRAPE CLOTH
JAPANESE SILKS FRENCH POPLINS
Ind all other styles or Dress and Mourning Goods.
FOLL LINES OF
3omestic and Housekeeping
'UBS ! FURS ! F?RS 1
KID GLOVES 1
KID GLOVES !*
KID GLOVES :
Pine Selection of Cloths in
'AMRWOOL CLOAKING, (something new.)
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
v NEW AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF THE
BILK H ANDERCHIEFS NECKTIES
CUFFS ANDCOLLARS GLOVES
A COMPLETE AND FINE LINE OF
This Department Is attended to by Clerk Ladles,
mgaged tor this purpose.
Newest styles or Untrimmed HATS, Flowers,
feathers, Hat Ornaments. Corsets, Hosiery,
tows, Scarfs, Lace Collara, Lace Handkerchiefs,
Dress and Cloak Trimming, Fringes, Ac.
Special attention ls called to the Great Bargains
ire offer in
Carpets! Carpets! Carpets!
Bought 25 per cent OD der value, and which we
ruaran tee to all at lower figures than they can
M bought at any Northern market. Mr. OLOT
tv'OKT? Y bas charge ol making and laying all or
)ur Of.rpets. His work ls guaranteed to give satis
Our Stock or UPHOLSTERY 00 ODS is toe finest,
Deot and cheapest.
LACE CURTAINS, Ac.
Special Departments tor onr very extensive
Stock of Gooda for the Wholesale Trade, and Mor?
dants, Milliners and Farmers will, always find the
oest and cheapest selection or goods at our store.
We have adopte! the strictly One-Price system
In all our Departments,
FUROHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.
. AT RETAIL.
PICTURES AND PRICES OP EACH, With lists
of Furniture (or Cook Stoves, will be sent upon
WILLIAM SHEPHERD A CO.,
No. 29 HAYNE STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Shirts ano iFornieijina, ?aooa.
S O O T T'S
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
J CHARLt?8TON, S. c.
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888 ? rs. 888
88 STAK 88
ell SHIRT 888
88SS " 8888
83888 "mu BSSSS
SSS8BS EMPORIUM SSS8SS
S888SSSS - 88888888
Tue Proprietor or the above Establishment has
Jost returned from New York with a new and
well selected Stock of the Celenrated
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
ALSO, A FINS A880RTMINT OP
GENTLE MK V'S FURNISHING GOODS,
UN DE RWE AB,
Shaker Flannel, Wool and 'Merino, Cotton Flan?
nel, Shirts and Drawers, all grades and all sizes.
English Merino and ootton Hall Hose.
Also, a fall selection of the latest Novelties In
Koallah Windsor Scarfs, Marquise Scarfs,
Lord Stanley Scarfs, Livingston cravats,
Chancellor scarfs, Bows and Ties.
Oray's PAPER COLLARS of all descriptions.
Walking Canes and Umbrellas.
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
g TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
OnAHLBSTON, 8. C., f.'ctober 22, 1872.
To Commissioners oJElection for Union county:
Whereas Hen.. H. W. DUNCAN, who, at a gene?
ral election held october. 1870. was chosen a mem?
ber of the Senate rnr the Election District of
Union County, to serve for the term of faur years,
bas, since said election, deceased; and whereas
the Constitution of the State of South Carolina di?
rects that in such case a Writ or Election shall be
issued by the President of the Senate, for the pur?
pose of filling the vacancy thus occasioned for the
remainder of the term for which the member so
deceased was elected to serve; now therefore
you, and each of yon, are hereby required, after
doe advertisement, and with strict legard to all
the provisions of the Constitution s nd laws of j
said state touching yonr dnty in such case, to
hold an election for a member of the Senate for
tue Election District aforesaid, to serve f?r the re?
mainder or the term for which the said Bon. II.
W. DUNCAN was elected, (he polls to bo opened
at the varions places of election in the said Dis?
trict, on Tr as PAY, the fifth day of November,
18T2, by (the varions sets of ma?anera for those
places, and the conn Ung of the votes cast, and
tho declaration of thc result of the election, to be
tn accordance with the provisions of the Act. ap?
proved March, 1R70, en<Hied "An Act to provide
for tbe General Elections, and the manner of con?
ducting the sance." and th- Act of 1872, amenda
tor; thereof. This wnt, together with a certified
copy of yonr return of election, to be held under
lt, have before the Senate at its next meetlag
after the election.
Witucas, the Hon. A. J. RANSIER, PreHdent of
the Senate, at Charleston. S. C.. this 22d day of
October, 1872. ALONZO J. R ANSI ER,
President of Senate.
Attest : J. WOODRUFF, Clerk of senate.
gTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
CHARLESTON, S. C., October 22,1872.
To Commissioners of Elections for Chester
Whereas, Hon. LUCIUS WIMBUSH, who at a
general election held October, 1870, was chosen a
member of the Senate for the election district of
Chester Connty, to serve for the tenn ot fonr
years, has since Bald election deceased, an?i
whereas, the Constitution of the State of South
Carolina directs that in suoh case a Writ of Elec?
tion shall be (saned by the President ol tbe Sen?
ate, for me parp?se of filling the vacancy thus
occasioned, for the remainder of the term lor
which the member so deceased was elected to
serve; now, therefore, yon and each of yon are
hereby required, alter dne advertisement, and
with strict regard to all the provisions of the Con?
stitution and laws of said state, touching your
duty In such case, to bold an election for a mem?
ber of tbe Senate for the Election District afore?
said, to serve for the remainder or the term r?r
which the said Hon. Lucius Wimbash was elected;
the polls to be opone t at the various places or
election, in the said district, on TUESDAY, the 6th
day of November, 1872, by the varions sets of
Managers for those places; and the oonnttng of
the votes cast, and the declaration of the result
of the election to be in accordance with tbe pro?
visions or the Act approved March, 1870 entiled
"An Act to provide for the general elections and
the manner or conducting the same." and the Act
of 1872, amendatory thereof. This writ, together
with a certified copy of yonr return of election to
be held under it, have before the Senate at its
next meeting after the election,
Witness, tbe Hon. A. J. RANSIER, President of J
the Senate, at Charleston, this 22d day of October,
1872. ALON7.0 J. RANSIER.
President of the Senate.
Attest: j. WOODRUFF, Clerk of senate.
Doore, Sashes and ?iin?s
Manufacturer and Sealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
STORE DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
MOULDINGS, WINDOW GLASS,
NEWELS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
BALUSTERS, SLATE MANTELS.
OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS,
No. SO Havne street,
FACTORY, HORLBEC K'S WHARF
-fflrngs ano Meoicirua.
JJBUGS AND MEDICINE?.
WHOLESALE ?fe RETAUu
DR. H. DAER,
NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
Offers his Large and Well-Assorted stock of
Ac, Ac, Ac,
AT THE LOWEST HARKET KATIES.
Constantly on hand au the
FRENCH, ENGLISH. GERMAN AND
FOUNTAIN SYRINGES, the best and most con
venlent tor general ose.
Also, every other kind of Syringe known in the
Trusses, Abdominal Supporters, shoulder
Braces, Abdominal Belts, Physicians' Saddle.
Bags, Physicians' Peckst-Cases, Elastic Stockings
and Medicine chests.
Druggists' Glassware, or every description, a
the lowest rates, and a full assortment or "Drug?
Agent for Nat tan's "Orystal Discovery for the
Agent for the "New York Medical University's
Agent for Rlson's Tobacco Antidote, and Up?
turn's Antidote to Strong Drink.
Agent for the elegant preparations of W. R.
Warner A Co., of Philadelphia, consisting of a
full Une of Fluid Extracts, Sugar-coated Pllio,
Elixirs, Medicated Wines and Syrups, Licorice
and Pepsin Lozenges, Ac, Ac.
Special attention ls . directed to the following
articles or hts own manufacture:
GERMAN SOOTHIN G CORDIAL !
An excellent carminative, Invaluable in the
diseases Incident to the period or dentition
children; as also In colic, diarrhoea, dysentery,
and other infantile complaints. It ls superior to
other medicines used for this purpose, as lt ls en?
tirely free from any Injurious drng, snd
CONTAINS NO ANODYNE I
It ls recommended by th? best physicians, and |
mothers may administer lt with confidence!
THE EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC,
is a carefully prepared oresslngfor the hair, ai I
once answering the purposes of hnlr oil, hair
wash, and hair tonic. It contains no sulphur
load, or nitrate or silver, and ls
NO DYB I
It will promote a healthy growth of hair, and
prevent their falling out, and will not Injure the
Baer's Improve d Vegetable
A gentle Aperient, or pnrely vegetable sub?
stances, recommended tor Dyspepsia, Headache
Constipation, Ac, Ac
DOUBLE DISTILLED BENZINE,
for removin g grease spots, and oleanlng clothes.
None bnt th Purest Druirs used, and satlsra >
tlon gnaranted, both as to price and quality.
Order are solicited from Druggists, Physicians,
Country Merchants, Planters and others, with the
assurance that they sha.'! receive prompt and
earful attention. mchT-sraonocAw
SIGNALS OF D.'LNGEB.-DISEASE,
like the rattlesnake, canally gives fair warn?
ing before it strikes. A miring appetite,-a furred
tongue, nausea, headache, want or proper action
in the bowels, feverishness, lassitude, nervous?
ness and uneasy reclina i n the stomach, Ac, are
all symptomatic or a coming attack or indiges?
tion, biliousness, colic, fever, or some other posi?
tive form or disease. Whim thus menaced, resort
Ttrrant'i Effervescent Seltzer Aperient,
and tuns avert the attack. Acting simultaneous?
ly upon the digestive organs, the Itver. the bow?
els and the nerves, this refreshing and agreeable
alterative will soon reston) the system to Hs nor?
mal condition ot health, regularity and vigor.
Sold by ali druggists. 0Ct24-13
Pianos, Organs, Gc.
PIANOS ANS) ORGANS.
Furnished at factory pr cos-for Cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES b M'OLENAHAN,
Piano and Musis Store,
s o p 3-1 m os No. IPI Kina street.
?loues, ijo ?iertj, Gc.
KID ANO CASTOR GLOVE,
FROM OME TO ? rx BUTTONS.
Black, White, Light, Mode and Dark. All the new
fancy colors to match tho prevailing shades
of Silks and Dress floods.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
SOLE AO EMT FOR TEE UNITED STATES.
Cigars, Sobarro, Gt.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KINO STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
OIOARS 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. Investis cents and try your lu cfc.
BY WM. McKAY
BLACK CASSIMERES, FANCY SATI
NETS, Custom-ma''e Clothing, Ac,- THIS
DAY. at "his Salesroom. No. 4!? Wentworth street,
at io o'clock. Also, a lot of shop Goods, White
UNDERSHIRTS, AND DRAWERS, Brown and
Bleached shirtings. Red, White and Gray Flannel,
Hosiery, Notions, Aa ' _ nov4
By A.C. Mc GILLIYRAY,
JOHN MARION, ASSIGNEE, VS, ELIZA
Carter, Administratrix of A. R. Hain,
? By virtue of an execution in the above case, to
die directed and delivered, will be sold, oh THIS
DAY, the 4th or November, 1873, in front or the
Courthouse, at ll o'clock A. M..
All the tight, title and interest of the above de?
fendant in all that Lor OF LAND, situate on the
east side of Anson -street, between Society and
Laurens streets, measuring 20 feet freut on An?
son airee: by 160 feet in depth, more or less.
"OV4_ - E. W. M. MACKEY, S. C. 0.
By A. C. Kc GILL I YR A Y,
THADDEUS K. SASPORTAS VS. MAE
By virtue of an Order or Court to me directed
and delivered In the above case, wi 1 be sold on
THIS DAY, the 4th of November. 1872. In front
of the Courthouse, at ll o'clock A. M.
All that PIKOK OR PA Rc h L OF LAND, situate,
lying and being ou Relo street^ Ham patead, in the
county of charleston, measuring and containing
on Reid street 60 feet, and In depth loo feet, but?
ting and bounding nortn by Reid street, east on
land now or late or George W. Mason, south on
land of James W. Hayne, ?nd weat by the west?
ern boundary of Hampstead.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for naners.
_ B0T4_jp. W. M. MACKEY, S.C.C.
By A. C. McGLLLIYBAT,
pABOLINE BROWN VS. THOMAS F.
By vir ne of an Order of Court In the above case,
to me directed and delivered, win be sold on
THIS DAY. the 4 h of November, 1872, at li
o'clock A M.,
All that, certain TRACT OF LAND, containing
65 acres, more or less, situated la St. James Goose
Creek Parish, on tho Northeastern Railroad.
Charleston county, butting and bounding north
on landa belonging to Pompey J. Pmckney, east I
on lands now or late of Dr. Forman, south on
lands of Benjamin Donnelly, and weat on North, j
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for p ipers.
nov4 E. W; M. MACKBY. g. 0. C.
By A. C. Mc GILLIYRAY,
JB. DUNWOODY VR ROBERT ?ll
. THAHIN and MARGARET K. THARIN.
By virtue of an order or court lathe above
CR?e, to me directed And delivered, win be soldi
THIS DAY, the 4th of November, 1872, In front I
or the courthouse, at ll o'clock A. M.,
AU that right, title and Interest of the Defen?
dants ia aud to all that LOT OF LAND, situate |
westside of America street, above Line, City of
Charleston, measuring and containing in Iront on
America street twenty-six feet three inches, and I
In depth seventy feet, on the sooth on Land [
owned by Daniel Wood, and the west or back Une
twenty-six feet three Inches, and on menora
line seventy feet deep on Land owned by George
Wilson;.butting'aud bounding north on Lands
now or late of James Gordon, east on America
stn et, south and west on Linds owned by Daniel
. Terms-One-half cash, and the ba'anceinone
year, to be secured by oond and mortgage of the
premise-1, with Interest at 7 per cent, per annum;
buddings to be insured and policy assigned. Pur
cnaser to pay for papers.
nOTj _E. W. M. MACKEY, S.O. C.
By A. C. Mc GILLIYRAY,
MARTIN L. WILKIN8, ASSIGNEE,
vs. THOMAS SIM and BANGO BLACK.
By virtue of an order ot Court, to me directed
and delivered in the above case, will be aold
TBIS DAY, the 4th of November, 1872, In front
of the courthouse, at ll o'clock A.M..
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
situate In st. Andrew's, County of Charleston,
called "Marshfield," containing six hundred and
twenty-five acres, more or less together with
three small tracts, formerly belonging to Rebecca |
Chapman, John Quirterman and William Brown,
containing in all o : ty one and three-fourths of an
acre, the said Plantation and small tracts situate
shout nine miles from the Bridge Company's
Ferry, bnttlng and bounding north on the road
to Savannah known as the Bee's Ferry Road, and
partly on Lands now or late of Thomas Fuller,
the north Une of the property represented In pait
on a plat dated loth May, 1T8S, by Jasper Trottle,
west by Kamowle's River, south by Rantowle'B 1
Hiver, east by Lands now or late of Thomas
Fal cr. ...
Terms-One third cash; balance tn one and two
years, to be secured by bond of the purchaser and
mortgage of the premises. I*nrcbaser to pay for
papers. E. W. M. MACK tv,
nov._j_?. 0. 0.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL BALE.
James H. Hall vs. John L. Manning. H. W.
Conner. Executor, vs. John L. Manning, Wade H.
Manning.-United States or America, south Caro?
By virtue of writs of tieri facias, to me directed
and delivered, Issuing ont of the Honorable the
Circuit Court of the United States, for the District
or south Carolina, 1 will offer for sale, to.the high?
est bidder, at Public Auction, in front of the Post.
oillce, east end or Broad street, in the City of
Charleston, on the fourth day of November, 1872,
at il o'clock A. M., all the right, title and intei
est of the Defendants In and to the following
Property, to wit :
All that partof "STROMBOLD FARM," contain?
ing 42 acres high Wooded Land, and 1230100
acres flat marsh, situate In Sixth District, County
of Charleston, bounded north by lands now or
late of Daniel Mixer and Charles Manlgault, east
by Long Point Creek, south by lands late of Colo. I
nel Wade Hampton, deceased, and tbe minor
children of Frank Hampton, deceased, and west
by Public Road leading from charleston to Co?
AU that part ACOABEB, containing 67 X acres,
situate in the sixth District, County of .Charles?
ton, bounded north bv Dorchester Hoad, eaax by
lands of John S Preston and wl'e, south by Ash?
ley River, and west by Accabee Lodge, belongtng
to S. Brown, Esq.
Levied on as the Property of Defendants, at the
snits of James u. Hall and H. W. Conner, Ex?
Terms of Sale-cash; purchaser to pay United
States Marshal for au necessary parers.
U. M. WALLACE,
ocl 14,26- D0V4 United States Marshal.
Qlntiioneero' Urinate Sales, Pt,
By J. FRASER MATHE WES,
No. 56 Broad Street,
mHE HOMESTEAD OF THE LATE
J. William Gregg, situated at Kalmia, two
miles from Aiken. The house contains ruteen
rooms, and modern conveniences, including gas.
ihe tract contains Uve hundred acres more or
leas, with extensive and beautiful groundB, green?
house, orchards, Aa. Large accommodations for j
servants and horses, if desired, the house will j
be sold furnl-hc J. novl-fmw6
By W. Y* LEITCH A Ii. S. BRUNS,
FOB SALE OR RENT, A HANDSOME
RESIDENCE at Summerville, with fine Out?
buildings; Lot containing one or moreacres of
Land. Distance irom Railroad Depot about Ave
minutes' walk. Residence of the late E. E. BED?
iHincral Sperm <S>il.
THE NEW DISCOVERY,
MINERAL SPERM OIL.
This OIL ls perfectly nonexplosive, will not
Ignite at 800 degrees Fahrenheit, and ls entirely
odorless. For railroad cars, steamers and dwell?
ing houses ls invaluable.
Recommended by the Board or Underwriters
steamboat Inspectors, President of Chamber
of commerce and Captains of Steamers
trading to this port; and by hundreds
of families woo are now
nslng lt In the city.
Is more brilliant than Kerosene, Lighthouse or
other Explosive Oils now tn ase.
OIL BORDERS ANO CHIUNIES at wholesale
and retail by DOCGLAS A MILLER,
Sole Agents for the State of South Carolina,
Dialers In Paints, O ls, Qlass, ftc, Ac.,
No. 93 East Bay, ?south of Poa to 1H ce,
oe 17-1 mo Charleston, S.O.
jgANKING HOUSE OF
HENRY CLEWS 4 CO.
* No. 82 WALL STREET, N. Y.
Circular Notes and Letters bf Cr?dit for Travel
lera, also Commercial Credits, lsaotd, available
throughout the world.
Bills of Exchange on the Imperial Bank of Lon?
don, National Bank of Scotland, Provincial Bank
of Ireland, and all their branches.
Telegraphic Transfers or Money on Europe, San
Francisco and the West Indies.
Deposit Accounts received in 1 lther Currency 01
Coln, 8abject to check at, sight, which past
through the Cleating House as if drawn upon an]
city bank. Interest allowed on dally balances
Certificates of Deposit issued bearing Interest a
current rate. Notes and Bratts collected.
State, City and Railroad Leans negotiated.
CLEWS, HABICHT ft CO.,
may28-x No, 11 Old Broad street, London,
qlfis RIFF'S 8?LB/ V >
VALUABLE TRACTS OF LAND. -
By virtue of au order .from HOC Samuel ?.
Douthlt, Judge of Probate for Greenville, B. C I
will sell on SALES DAY IN DECEMBER NEXT,
all of the REAL ESTATE of tba late Colonel .E. S.
Irvine, consisting of tue following Tracts: . ?? ?
No. 1-House Tract of 1200 acre?. ;Tole will'Jo
divided and sold la eight separate tract?, all 1 yin*
within two varna or the city, adapted to cotton,
grain, clover and grasaes-Splendld Ernie
Orchards- epeclaity adapted for g raJdng purposes.
For truck farms these landa surpaie' any janos ?
offered in this market, tne Air Line, Rlc?mobd
and Atlanta railroad depot being within one -
mlle of the dwelling. ~" ?
No. &-The WylkaTraot or ISO acres,, on waters
or Reedy Hiver, t miles below the city. J
No. a-one tract of MS acres, in upper part of
No. 4-One tract on Rutherford road, one and s*
hair miles from the city, contatsdnc80 aerett) r '
No. 5-House and Loi in the centre ot-the city,
having aU necessary o a tun il d in gu, within Sro
minutes' walk of-court House, situated at the
som livest corser of Avenue and River street*,
containing 4 acres. . .
Plats of the land can be Bees at the office or J"
P. Moore, Esq. J.,
Terms-One-third cash: balance on a credit of
one and two years, wi th int erest from date; pur?
chasers to execute bond with- adequate security,
and mortgages or the premises respectively, to
secure the purchase money; purchasers to pay for
papers. J. h. BOUTHBRN, 8. G. 0.
Sheriffs Office. October 80,1872. nov4>rottg..
ESTATE SALE-VALUABLE BEAL
Estate in the etty of Colim?la, S.,a,-,
WU1 be sold on TUESDAY, toe 8d of DeoBnmr,
That VALUABLE}- PI10PERTY, known:ianthe
"Columbia HoteL" Said Hotel, was bailCrta tee
year i860, and combines all modern imjrove
menia, is located in the business centre of-Oolam
bia, and contains ample accommodation for two
hundred guests, and on the lower floor foor large
and handsome stores; the said Proper;* now
yielding an annual rent often thousand ?Barl?
Also, FI Vf, UNI ?i? ROVED LOTS, located in" differ?
ent parts of the city-some valuable business
stands. . .- - ..-? '
For terms or sale, apply to
CHARLES O. MARSHALL,
J. KIN8LZR DAVIS, .
Or MELTON *ODARK?;=> rLtr x
nov4-m4 . ., - ,. Attorneys at Law.,,
By LOWNDES & GRIMBALL,
Auctioneer?, CCSTKSS taft
BE F ER EE ' ?V SALE.-VALUABLE
Real Estate at AnoUonv- Daniel a. Pop?, As?
signee va. John King, Tnrnee. 'Iff the Oortrttton
Pleas. - - - .-..>? 3-on <?iAtniS.
By virtue or an order or sale m this case, to me
directed by the Hon. R. F. Graham, Judge of the
First circuit. 1 will oirer ror sale, af pnbWc-a1?o
tio?. ar. tne roewfflce, Charleston, oa TUES DA V-,
the Min day of november, A.D. 1872,at ll o'clock, _..
A. M., au the mortgaged premises descrioedr-tn
said order as . .? ' n:>. <+dT.?
All that PLANTATION, or. tract of land, on Ed -
Isto Island, known as "Qovernot'sBiufl," butting
and bounding north by a branch ofrflovoraor's
Creek and on lands of Ephraim Mlkell and George
R, Clarke, east by lands of tbe Episcopal Church
and or George R. Clarke, and by the public road,
sont h by land? of Jabez J. R. Weacoat aa d by Gov?
ernor's Creek: measuring and ooUtatniflgabbot
two hundred and five acres, i ucind tn* mano bau},
that is to say, about ose hundred rand se venty?re .
acres of high land, and about thirty acres or
marsh land, be the same more or leas.-.;-")* :c>
Terms-one-half cash; balance lu one and-two
years, to be secured by bond, bearing interest at
the ra'e of seven per cent, per annum from the
day of sale, and a mortgage or tho property.; pur*
chaser to pay Referee for all necessary papers.
0. HERBERT SASS, .Referee. .
oct7,tt,?.28 novL4,? . . .' fi a
IODTH CAROLINA RAlLt?OAD.
Excursion Tickets tc the state Fair Rt Colum?
bia win be on sale from the 3d to the "tb.- no?
vember, good to retuiceflDAU-lotb.
1 8 8. B. PIORENS, G T. A.
a?-Au gusta, Coln ml.lt?, camden, Orangeburg,
Barnwell and Aiken papers please copy, nort
gOUTH OA BOLINA BAILB?AI). r
CEABIKSTON , s.e., September SToIBIS.
On ano after SUMD?Y. september SS), tia^as?
sen cor Trains on the South Carolina Railroad will
nm as follows* "i "on nra
, FOB COLUMBIA- . ,?a ; -T
Leave Charleston.......................ft.SQ.A M
arrive at Colombia. a.s?rm
.Voa AUGUSTA. -7;:t: - .
Leave charleston..........?r,~?.>A A X -
Arrive at Augusta........ AW r x
FOB OHABUSTOM. ' ' lltyfJ
Leave Colombia..... s.oo A X
Arrive at Charleston. 4.30 ? x
Leave Augusta.:.... e.oo A X
Arrive at Charleston.;. ASO r M
pomms BBB axraiigf. . '"' ' '
(Sundays excepted.) ? '? v.-r.vi ?
Leave Charleston.^........ 7.10 r u
Arrive at Columbia..i.-'. o,?o A X
Leave Columbia....;:.7.60 r M
Arrive at ctmrioton..................... 04AA>?.
(Sundays excepted.) . 1,3013 '..
Leave Charlearon. ?.aa r M .
Arrive at Auguata.%U A X
Leave Augusta,. 0.16 r ic
Arrive at Charleston... AM A M
Leave summerville at. M* A M
Arrive at Charleston ..'.wo A M
Leave Charleston.^....a.? r x
Arrive at summerville.*.. 4.40 r x
OAXDXH TRAIK. - :xs .
Leave Camden...Wo AX
Arrive at columbia....&M*Kf?ir?
Arrive at camden.*? r ;B
Day and Night Trains oonneot at Augusta with
Macon and Augusta Railroad, centra) Railroad
and Georgia Railroad. This ls tho quietest ?nd
most direct route and as comfortable and cheap aa
any other route to Louisville, cincinnati. Oateago,
St. Louis and all other pom ta Weat and Nonn west.
Columbia JMignt Train connecta wan urooaTiilo
and columbia Railroad; and Day and Night Trama
connect wltn Chajlofe Rnad. 'Rut itt. am
Through tickets oa sale via this route to au
pomts iwrtu. t .s
Camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ex
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
runs throng ti. to com?anla._
A. LT TYLER, Vlco-Presldent.
S. B. PI0RBN8.0.T. A. V '^ fc.\f. Jtv sOpiT
NOBTHEASTEFN RAILROAD COM
. ; PASYJ KlomtrloO 00T
?HAHUBTOM, ?. V-, JUtt
Trains win leave c liarles ton Dafly'at-:
and 8.00V. M.. ?<.?' *iC>:?i
Arrive at Charleston AM A. M. (Mondays ex*
cepted) and 8 P. K "' ? '
Train does not leava Charleston 8.00 P. M., SHH
DATS. ? .. .... ? . r? j- . . ?
Train leaving 10.16 A. M. makes through connec?
tion to NewYork,Tia Rlcnmond and Aoquia
Creek only, going through Ui44 hours. . .,Y?
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P. M. Train hkVa
choice or route, via Rlcnmond and Washington,
or via Portatnont? and Baltimore, TUoee leaving
FaroATby this Train lay over on SUNDAT la Bal
tim or e. Those leaving on s ATUBD AT remain snr.
DAT In Wilmington, N.e. ..? ; I sjax&ft
This is the cheapest, quickest and. most pleas?
ant route to Cincinnati, Chicago andotnerpotoU
Weat and No thweat, both Train? makio?:, con?
nections at Wasblnitton wita Western Trains of
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. !T*_ -
s. S. SOLOMONS.
Engtneor and bnper?ntendent.
p. L, OLEAPOR, Pen. Ticket Agent. ' mayal
AY AN N AB AND CHABJiKST?H'
RAILROAD. JS OJO VM
CHAHLKTON, Jane TS,' L_.
On and after MONDAY, Jone mn, the -Pas?
senger Trains on this Road will run aa follows..
Leave Charleston dally.&? P. k.
Arrive at savannah dally. tua P.M.
Leave Savannah daily..IL? P. M.
Arrive at Charleston daUy..T A. V.
DAY TRAIN, . -Xtcb? ?i;J
Leave Charleston, sundaysexcopted... 7.40 A.M.
Arrive at savannah, Snndaysexcepted. $M r.u.
Leave Savanaah, Sundays-excepted.-.. ' li'A. A.
Arrive at Charleston, Snndayi exe ted. AM P. M.
passengers from Charleston by 7.40.A. M.lraln
make close connection with Port Royal Railrood
ror au Stations oa that Road; ( Sunday s excepted, )
Freight forwarded dally on through, billi of lad
lng to pointa In Florida and by Savannah line ot
steamships to Boston, prompt dispatch given to
freights for Beaufort and pomts on Port Boyal
Railroad and ai as low rates -?"SLfflS?
lockets on sale at thia omeo for Beaufort over
Fort Royal Railroad. C &.GADSDEN, -
EEginoer and Superintendant
8.0. B0YL8T0M, oen'l Ft. and Ticket Agent.
JjlR?IT TREES, SHALL FRUITS,
ORNAMENTAL TREES AND PLANTS, CHOIQB
GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS, Ac
A splendid stock of the choicest varieties, "'
Send for descriptive catalogue and price list.
All Trees well packed'BO as to carry kafsly to
any part of the United States.1 0 ; vstt-fan
SMALL FRUITS AND SMALL' PLANTS,
of au kinda,sent.bymsil/'postagerpaia, to any
postomee m the United States.
EDWARD J. EVANS A CO.,
Hnrserymen and Seedsmen,
Juiya^bimci >'-': '?' .^?rlt, Ps,