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And slow and slower still, day after day,
Come the sad hours with beauteous upturned
Glenning: with hopes I may not realize,
And, seeming in their earnestness to say
Entreatingly : "Oh send us not away
AU empty-handed as we came; arlae,
Qtve ns at least some promise we shall prize
To be rulfllled though after long delay."
And I, although I weep to see them pass
with lingering pace and disappointed look,
Am lifeless aa a statue bound with brasa.
And listless as an open, loose-leaf boote,
Turned by the wind, yea, passive as the grass,
Weak aa thc wavelet of a summer brook.
HOW TO GET A HUSBAND.
A Scene at a Tennessee Fair-A Yoong
Lady Cooking for a Premium-Watch
?4, Wooed and Won 1
A correspondent writing from Memphis
gives the following amusing description of
yoong lady's cooking at an agricultural lair,
to secure a special premium.
I heard of a young lady the other day up in
Middle Tennessee who, as river men say, has
taken anotber chute. The story told about
ber did my soul good, and for the comfort of
other ball-starved dyspeptics like mysell
whose tardy sustentation is effected by means
of fried chicken, soggy biscuits, greasy bash
and sole leather fritters, I'll relate lt. For
?ears past, as a matter or form-something
anded down from remote antiquity-the om
cerSjOf the oe maty fair beld In the neighbor?
hood where this young lady lived bave been
in the habit of offering a premium to tue
lady (unmarried) cooking the best dinner. It
was a dead letter. Nobody had contested for
the premium within the memory ol the oldest
inhabitant. Thia 'year, however, the young
lady of whom I- am speaking determined to
compete for the prize. Her name-I wish
could Immortalize lt-was Kate Jan?way
The fair men aet up a stove tor her, stretched
a'canvass to shield ber lrom the sun, and
about Uiven o'clock of the last day she went
to work. The matter bad been talked about
by every one in the neighborhood, and curl
osity was on tip-toe. A crowd collected
around the place where the stove was set up
early in the morning and kept increasing, but
when Miss Kate herself, a buxom, handsome
girl ot nineteen, daughter of the ex-mayor of
the town, appeared on the ground, and pot?
ting on a white apron and rolling np ber
sleeves commenced operations, all other at?
tractions were nothing. Every one was eager
to see so novel a sight There was a tree
near by which soon became black with specta?
tors who bad climbed up to get a better view.
The branches were, finally, so burdened that
one by ona, they broke, precipitating those
upon them to the ground, un tl i only ono man
was lelt In the tree. He sat in a lofty fork with
eye? riveted on the scene below. No amount
of presuasion by those beneath, envions of bis
better view, could induce him toc?me down
even'.a bribe of ten dollars failed. He said he
was bound to see or die. Meanwhile the din?
ner preparations went on apace. The savory
smell ot the cooking food seemed to Intoxicate
tho crowd which pressed nearer and nearer.
It took all the police force on the grounds to
keep order. The time arrived for the trotting
match, announced as the sport of the day, but j
the - amphitheatre was empty. The Judges
(with the exception of one crabbed old wid?
ower,) the timers, all were miss ng, and so
nothing could be done. At half-past two the
dinner was announced ready, and the Judges,
nappy men, seated themselves at the table
the crowd regarding them with ill-disguised
envy. A roast of beet, delicately done, was
put Bteaming hot upon the table, then followed |
corn podding, whose delicate aroma fell upon
the olfactories of the excited crowd "like
breezes'Of Araby the blest;'' a prof naloo of I
vegetables, cooked to perfection, followed
next. The Judges ate and ate, praising the
flavor of the food and the skill of the cook at
every mouthluL But when, at last, a desert
o? piping bot apple dumplings made Its ap?
pearance the forbearance of the crowd was at
an end. They broke through the ropes into
the ring with one accord, and the dumplings
disappeared in a trice. One old fellow, pro
prletorVffa store and owner of a big saw-mill,
proposed to the young lady on the spot, bat
he was quickly collared and led off the
grounds by two yonnger aspirants, who made
common cause against the aged suitor, saw?
mill and all. That young lady was the centre
Ot attraction In her town after the cooking
feat. She received twenty-five offers ot mar?
riage the first week, and her. fame spread
through all the country round. An old bache?
lor fellow down lo Grundy county, with a
farm so big that lt takes him all day to ride
around it, and cattle on a hundred hills, heard
of ber, and made a pilgrimage all the way to
tbat town to learn the truth. He got the girl,
too, although some of the young men ol the
place seed out a writ ot habeas corpas to pre-1
vent her being carried out of the county.
They were too late. This ls, I am aware, a
rather sad ending for so good a story, but I
devotion te the truth compels me to give
nothing bot the simple unvarnished reality.
Sbe ought to have married that fellow wno set I
np-there In the crotch of the tree so long and
at snob fearful discomfort. He wanted ber,
and he was a poor bilious dyspeptic whom
her splendid cooking would have soon re?
stored to usefulness and society, but he was
poor. Ah! _
?A PHANTOM: THAIN.
The Dead Lincoln's Yearly Trip Over |
the Hew York Central Railroad.
A writer in the Albany (N. Y.) Evening
Times relates a conversation v. lin a supersti?
tious night watchman on the New York Cen?
tral Railroad. Said the watchman: "I be-1
lleve In spirits and ghosts. I know suoh
things exist. If you will come up in April I
will convince you." He thea told ol the phau- j
toe titan that ever year comes np the road
with tte bod v ol Abraham Lincoln. Regular?
ly in th? month of April, about midnight the
air on the track becomes very keen and cat?
ting. On either side it ls warm and still.
Every watchman, when he feels this air, steps
off the track*and sits down to watch. Soon
alter the pilot engine, with long black stream?
ers, and a band with black Instruments, play?
ing dirges, grinning skeletons sitting all
about, will pass up noiselessly, and the very
air grows black. It lt 1B moonlight, clouds
always come over the moon, and the music
seems to linger, as ll frozen with horror. AI
few moments after and tbe phantom train
glides by. Flags and streamers bang about.
The track ahead seems covered with a black
carpet, and the wheels are draped with the
same. The coffin of the murdered Lincoln is
seen lying on the centre of a car, and all about
lt in the air and tbe train behind are vast
numbers of blue-coated men, some with cof?
fins on their backs, others leaning on them. It |
(teems then that all tbe vast armies that died
during the war are escorting the phantom train
ol the President. The wind, if blowing, dies
away at once, andover all the air a.solemn
hush, almost stifling, prevails. If a train were
passlog, Its noise would be drowned In the
silence, and the phantom train would ride
over IL Clocks and watches always stop, and
when looked atare found to be from five to
eight minutes behind. Everywhere on the
road, about tbe 27tb of April, the time of |
watches and trains is fonod suddenly behind.
This, said the leading watchman, was from the
passage of the phantom train.
BURNING OF A BALLOON.
A Men Becomes K n tangled In the Ropes,
and Falls from a Height of Three Hun?
- [norn the DeKalb (in.) News, Oct. 25.]
Mr. Denniston, aeronaut, who advertised
that Mr. L. Durham would make au ascension
at thia place this atternoon. was inflating his
monster balloon, "'City of New York," and had
nearly completed the inflating process, when
people on the north part ol the grounds dis?
covered smoke escaping from the top of tiie
balloon. It was scarcely visible st first, but
laster and faster emitted the smoke; but hard?
ly bad the defection In tbe air-ship become
apparent before flamen were Issuing from the
very top of the balloon. Quickly the shout
went up, "The balloon is on Arel" and, as
those aear by began to retreat, the horses
were also driven here and there to escape all
danger. The dry cambric and its covering
began burning, first slowly, then the flames
spread, and upward and onward went the fire,
a premonition hy this time overtaking the
spectators, every one present feeling that
soma fearful, If not fatal, calamity would re?
sult. Scarcely had the flames burst out, now
ever, before an aperture ol two or three leet,
wa? made where the guy-rope holding the un
wieldly thing crossed it, and now the rope
Darns off, and away to the southward shoots
the bidloon, carrylD?r with lt lu Ita course Mr.
Michael MoMann, a laborer assisting In the in?
flation. Being near the basket as it started
off. ho became entangled, and, hanging with
one foot inside the basket, bis hands holding
to- the ropes, he thus ascended lor perhaps 100
leet, and regaining a position lo the basket,
-which again hang sideways, and In anotber
minute he was hanging to tbe ropes alone, at
a height of probably not less than 300 feet!
Now bia strength gives way, bia presence of
mind deserts Elm, and, In anotber min?te, '?be
poor man ls seen failing to tbe earth-an aw?
ful, a pain lui Bight, niling with horror and con?
sternation the tourer five hundred spectator?;
on the grounds. But the suspense was only
for a moment, as it were; be; who but a little
time before was lu the enjoyment of his facul?
ties, had descended to the earth, nearly in a
standing position, from 300 feet in mid-air,
until, when near terra Arma, he fell backward,
striking the ground with his back with such
force as to produce a concussion heard some
distance away, and Mr. M aHann, familiarly
known as "Big Mike," was dead-utterly
crushed, the blood streaming from his mouth
and nostrils-leaving a wife and several child?
ren who depended upon the father's labor for
a living. The balloon alighted but a few rods
outside of the fair grounds and was Boon con?
sumed, a loss or several hundred dollars to Mr.
Ti KOOLAMA T'ION.
STATE OF SOOTH CAROLINA, )
KXBCUTTVB DEPARTMENT. )
In ooo Un nanoo of an honored State and Na?
tional custom, and in gratitude to Almighty God,
the author or oar being and the giver or every
good and perfect gift, for the manifold blessings
vouchsafed to na during the year which is now
drawing to a close, and la conformity with the
recommendation of his Excellency, the President
or the United States. I, ROBERT K. SCOTT, Gov?
ernor of the state of south Carolina, do hereby
appoint THURSDAY, the 28th day or November, as
a day of general thanksgiving and prayer; and I
recommend that suspending all ordinary business
pursuits, the people do then assemble in their re?
spective places of worship and unite aa with one
heart ta toe jovoui rendition of prayer and praise
to the Mighty Lord or Hosts, for His continual
and uaialUnar love towards na as a State and
Nation, AB the autumn leaves rall, reminding na
that the harvest of Ufo approaches, may we, with
gratitude for many undeserved blessings, and
with genuine penitence for oar Bins, humbly im?
plore the continuance of His guidance and pro?
tection, and aid us in the discharge or every duty
to ourselves, oar fellowmen and our Creator,
lu virtue wbereor, I have hereunto set my hand,
and caused the great Seal of the State to be
affixed, at Oolumbl.i, this 4th day of November,
A D. 1872, and in the ninety-seventh year of the
independence er the United States of America.
ROBERT E. SCOTT,
F. L. CAROOZO, Secretary or State. nov7-i
iCrngs at t?holcsaic.
MOISE'S HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS are
highly recommended, both as e.
PREVENTIVE AND CURE
or the prevailing Disease among Horses.
We have letters from Baltimore speaking In
the highest terms of its succ -as there.
ir the Horse has no appetite make a Solution
of the Powder and drenoh.
BOWIE, MOISE & DAVI8,
OHABLESTONi S. ?.
TO BEU1SVE SUFFERING HUMANI?
TY IS IM DEED TRUE BENEVO?
A SAFE AND OERTAIN CURE FOR MANGE IN
"No injury can result irom its use," this article
Having been used with perfect Buccesa for years
jn aggravated chronlo cases. We know it to be a
CERTAIN CURB, and a trial ls all that ts needed
to mate lt the vade meoom la the list of sports
roan's specifics. TOWIB> M0I8B 4 DAVIS,
nova Agents for the United States.
SIGNALS OF DANGER-DISEASE,
like the rattlesnake, usually gives fair warn?
ing borore lt strikes. A falling appetite, a furred
tongue, nausea, headache, want or proper action
In the bowels, feverishness, lassitude, nervous?
ness and uneasy feeling in the stomach, Ac. are
au symptomatic or a coming attack of indiges?
tion blUousness, colic, rever, or some other posi?
tive form of disease. When thus menaced, resort
Tarrant') KfferrescsBtScltMr Aperient,
and thus avert the attack. Acting simultaneous?
ly upon the digestive organs, the liver, the bow?
els and the nerves, this refreshing and agreeable
alterative will Boon reetore the system to its nor?
mal condition or health, regularity and vigor.
Sold by aU druggists. ootM-iA
T\R. BABE'S IMPROVED VEGETABLE
The proprietor or these Pills confidently be
neves toat he has sucoeeded, by a sklirul combi?
nation or vegetable remedies, m producing a pre?
paration that will bring health and happiness to
the untortunate suflerer. in tho roilowlng dis?
eases they have been used by thousands with
most wonderful success: Bilious Disorders and
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head?
ache, Costiveness, Loss of Appetite, Neuralgia.
Dropsy, Djsentery, Pile*, Diseases of the Skin!
Pain m the Side, Back and Limbs, Mck Headache;
and aU derangements of the Stomach.
These Pills may be taken with perfect safety by
persono or any age or sex. No family ahooid be
Price 25 cents a box; 6 boxes for one dellar
The usual discount te the trade.
Foi; sale by DR. H. BAER,
angfi Na 181 Meeting street.
.gXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC!
This preparation .ts just what many persons
need. They wish no dye, bot only a Hair Wash,
or Hali-Dressing-something that wUl keep the
hair cluan, and at the same time he a peasant
hairdressing-not too greasy. The "Excelsior"
meets aU these indications, and should be given
a trial. Fifty cents a bottle; five bottles lor two
dollars.. A liberal discount to the trade.
Foi- sale by the Manufacturer,
_DR. H. BABB, Na 181 Meeting street.
VAN DEDSEN'S WORM CONFECTIONS
(Made of Pare san tonine )
Pleasant, reliable and effectual ; has stood the
test of maw years.
For sale Wholesale and Retail by '*?
DR. H. BAER, Na 181 Meeting street.
J. % READ & CO.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A F?LL ASSORT?
MENT OP ENGLISH, FRENCH
DRESS GOODS OF ALL KINDS, A FULL
REAL AND IMITATION LACES AND EM?
LACE GOODS OF ALL KINDS.
HARRIS'S SEAMLESS KID GLOVES,
with a gu at variety or other Kid Gloves.
BEAVER GLOVES AND GAUNTLETS.
SILK AND THREAD GLOVES.
SOAPS, EXTRACTS, BRUSHES, Ac, Ac
A VERY FULL AND HANDSOME STOCK
SHAWLS ANC COVERINGS
OP ALL KINDS POR FALL AND WINTER
WE ARE RECEIVING NEW GOODS BY
J. R. READ & CO.
FURPHfiOtT. BEi\EKIfTi f'O.,
WO. 275 KING STREET,
WILL OPEN ON MONDAY,
AND EVERT DAT DUKING THE WEEK, AN
immense ' variety ot NEW AND DESIRABLE
GOODS, welch, we guarantee to be the best
selected Stock In this market, and which are otter?
ed at lowest New York priors:
BLACK SILKS FANCY SILKS
COLORED SILKS IRISH POPLINS
SILK VELVETS VELVETEEN
SILK VALOURS CAbHMERETS
EMPRESS CLOTH SATINS
BOMBAZINES CRAPE CLOTH
JAPANESE SILKS FRENCH POPLINS
And all other Btylesor Dress and Mourning Good9.
FULL LINES OF
Domestic and Housekeeping
FURS ! FURS ! FURS !
KID GLOVES I
KID GLOVES !
KID GLOVES I
Fine Selection of Cloths in
BROADCLOTHS DI AGONELS
CLOAK ING3 FLANNELS
SHAWLS Ac, Ac.
LAMBWOOL CLOAKING, (something new.)
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
A NEW AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF THE
WHITE SHIRTS UNDERWEAR
SILK H A ND E RC FI IE PS NECKTIES
CUFFS ANDCOLLARS GLOVES
A COMPLETE AND FINK LINE OF
This Department ls attended to by clerk Ladies,
engaged ror this parp?se.
Ne weit styles or Untrimmed HATS, Flowers,
Featutrs, Hat Ornaments. Corsets, Hosiery,
Bows, scarfs, Lace Collars, Lace Handkerchiefs,
Dress and Cloak Trimming, Fringes, Ac
Special attention ls called to the Great Bargains
we offer in
Carpets! Carpets! Carpets!
Bought 26 per cent, under value, and which we
guarantee to all at lower figures than they oan
be bought at any Northern market. Mr. 0LOT
WOKTHT has charge ot making and laying all or
our Carpeta. His work la guaranteed to give satis?
Our Stock or UPHOLSTERY GOODS la tbe finest,
best and cheapest.
LACE CURTAINS, ?C.
Special Departments for oar very extensive j
Stock of Goods for the Wholesale Trade, and Mer?
chants, Milliners and Farmers will always find the
best and cheapest selection of goods at onr store.
We ^ave adopted the strictly One-Price system
in all oar Departments,
FUROHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.
?loues, ?psiern, Wt.
KID AND CASTOR GLOVE,
PROM ONS TO SIX BUTTONS.
Black, White, Light, Mode and Dark. AU the new
fancy colors to match the prevailing shades
of SUks and Dress Goods.
For Bale, wholesale and retail, by
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE UNITED STATES,
111 Physicians' Saddle Bags
Physicians' Pocket Gases
For sale by ; DR, EL RAER, ,
Nc m Meeting street.
?EIotrjing aita inmis?jmq (Soabs.
NEW ST?BE !
KEW GOODS !
MENKE ft MULLER
TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
INVITE THE ATTESTION OP THE PUBLIC TO
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
AND CHOICE MATERIALS
FOR CUSTOM WORK.
AN INSPECTION OF THE
GrOODS AND PRiICES
COR, KING AND TOWORTH STS.,
19 RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
Olliina, (Erockerrj, &z.
CHINA, GLASS AND CROCKERY,
AT THE OLD STAND,
RINO STREET, CORNER OF LIBERTY STREET.
The Saba cr; ber would respecten Hy inf. rm his
friends and the public that his Mee* In now com?
plete In CHINA, GLASS ?ND CROOK K HY, Plain
white and Fancy China, Class and Fancy China
Goona, Lamps, shade-, Ac, Ac.
ootlO-thflin3mo? K. H. MCDOWELL Agent.
Mnexai ?pcrm ?il.
THE NEW DISCOVERY,
MINER AX SPERM OIL.
This OIL ls perfectly non-explosive, will not
Ignite at soo degrees Fahrenheit, and ls entirely
cdorles9. For railroad cars, steamers and dwell?
ing honses ls invaluable.
Recommended by the Board of Underwriters
Steamboat Inspectors, Pr?sident or Chamber
or Commerce and Captains or Steamers
trading to this port, and by hundreds
of families who are now
using lt In the city.
Is more brilliant than Kerosene, Lighthouse or
other Explosivo Oils now In use.
OIL BORDERS ANO 0HIMN1ES at wholesale
and retail by DOUGLAS A Ml Lt,Kit.
Sole Agents ror the SUM or Soatb Carolina,
Dealers lu Paints, o m. Glass Ac, Ac,
No. 93East Bay, south or Postofflce,
octT-lrno Charleston, S. 0
panos, ?rfians, &c.
PIANOS ANI3 ORGANS,
Furnished at factory prices for Dash, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L M'CLENAHAN,
piano and Musis Store,
eep3-< mo? No. 101 King street.
(Tirjari, Hooatto* #?.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL M/.N? FACTORING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KINO STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO of Sil Kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examine stock before buying else
WILLIABI SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N.B.-The Wheel of Fortune constantly os
band. Divest 36 cents and try y cur luck.
?r?eme?, liquors, ??c.
HTKLATTE & ca
AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON.
We have appointed Messrs. H. KLATTE A 00.
Sole AgentB tot Charleston ror this Celebrated
Brand or PURE KENTUCKY WHISKEYS, both
BYES and BOURRON. _ _
These Whiskeys are guaranteed pure KENTUCKY
COPPER DISTILLED, free from all compound im?
purities, ard highly recommended by eminent
chemists for medical nse. The Brand ls patented
to prevent infringements.
BARKHOUSE BROS. A CO.,
we resp ed fully inform our friends and custom,
era that we keep constantly on hand a roll supply
of the above already favorably well known Whls
eve -and offer same to the trade at distiller's
prices, wu - . H. BLATTE A 00.,...
aug3i-stnth6mo No. 185 East Bar.
J omore, ?grlrn?nral impterat?tis, Wc.
^H?RT * ??.
Are AGENTS For
AVERY & SONS' PLOUGHS.
A Plough, wi? ;h Scraper, Bull Tongue, Turning and Shovel
Mould, Complete, for $15 25.
Or if the Dixon Sweep be preferred to the Shovel Mould,
price $15 25.
We have also a Full Assortment of One and Two Horse
Ploughs, both Oast and Steel, of AVERT & SONS, as well as
ALSO A PULL LIVE OF
We tire also in Reoeipt of a Full Line of
BEST FISH LINES,
H A. M T & o o
39 Hayne Street^ and Corner of Kins? and Market.
octl-tatbaDAO CHARLESTON, S. C.
Drags at IDijaleealc.
Thin unrivalled Medicine la warranted not to
contain a Bingle particle or Heronry, or any in
jarlona mineral substance, hut is
Por forty years lt ti ai proved its great valne In
all diseases or the Liver, Bowels and Kidneys.
Thousands or the good and great In all parts of
the country vouch for Its wonderful and peculiar
power In punrylng i;he Blood, stimulating the
torpid Liver and Bowels, and imparting new lire
and vigor to tbe whole system, SIMMONS'S
LIVER REGULATOR ls acknowledged to have
no equal as a
It contains four medical elements, never united
In the same happy proportion lu any other pre?
paration, viz: a gentle Oatbartlc, a wonderful
Tonic, an unexceptionable Alterative and a cer?
tain Corrective or e.ll imparities ol the body,
ouch signal success lr ia attended Its use that lt ls
now regarded aa tue
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
for Liver Complaint and the painful offspring
thereof, to wit: Dyspepsia, Constipation. Jaun?
dice, Billons attacks, Sick Headache, Colic, De?
pression of Spirits, Hour Stomach, Heart Born,
Regulate the Liver und prevent
CHILLS AND FEVER.
SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR
Is manufivctured only by
J. H. ZEILIN A CO.,
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
PRICE-fl per package; sent by mall postage
paid, $1 25. ?repared ready for use in bottles,
For sale by P. WINEMAN A 00.
AND BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
S3- Beware or all counterfeits and imita?
tions, angft-thfi mpawSmos
piTY THE TENDER BABE ?
Give lt not the deadly compound known as
soothing Syrup. A certain popular article or.thia
name haa launched thousanda of helpless Inno?
cents into an early grave. This has been proven
repeatedly, and beyond the shadow of a doubt,
tor which reason Ula condemned by the majority
Seeing the ne ces si vr for an article of this sort,
entirely free from (platts, and other Injurious
drugs, Dr. Baer has pntup the
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL,
for the nae of Infants Teething, and for children
sofiering from diarrhoea, dysentery, Ac. Thia
may be given with perfect confidence, and ls ap?
proved by every pby nielan who has examined the
formula. Price 24 (?ntsper bottle; rive bottles
Usual Discount to i he Trade.
Manufactured and for sale by .
, DR. H. BABB,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston.
" ?birte ano ?ntme\)\n_ ?oo?o.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
i.KVTS* MRHffl6 sm,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
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SS STAR gs
si SHIRT sss
88888 ._ SSSSS
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The Proprietor of the above Establishment has
Inst returned from New York with a new and
well selected Stock of the Oeleorated
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
ALSO, A PINK A3S0BT1?TNT OF
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
CONS remo OP
Shaker Flannel, Wool and Merino, Cotton Flan?
nel, Shirts and Drawers, ail grades and all sizes.
English Merino and Cotton Half Bose-c
Also, a roll selection of the latest Novel ties In
English windsor Scarfs, Marquise Scarfs,
Lord stanley Scarfs, Livingston cravats,
Chancellor Scarfs, Bows mad Ties.
Gray's PAPER COLLARS of all descriptions.
Walting Canea and Umbrellas.
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET BAIL
COLOGNE. , ___ ."
The real, genome, imported article, m
different styles, comprising
Joseph Antoni Farina j
Jean Maria Farina ,
"4711? (Francois Marie Farina. ;
Also, a very superior Cologne, of my own man?
ufacture, put up in all styles. tr RA RR
Give ir. a trial. DB.H.-DASIH?
Nov 181 Meeting street, I
BLACK 8ATINET, 070 yard*,*;damaged.. OB
voyage from New York to Ulla city.,. Also, a J
invoice of CLOTHING, Hat?; "filioeiF*^?
cash. ' .? ; . x.'.vJ.; .zi-xH teXfty.
-.--. r .. j ..... . i ._>>uwjdr-?. r.
AXES, HATCHETS, AXE HANDLES
and Plate LOCKS, oh account of the Under
writers and all concerned. TfvKX)R?QW, (Fri- '
day.) 8th instan r, at half-past 10 o'clock, will bo
so d at onr Salesroom, Na 186 Meeting street, 1 I
dozen PLATH WOUj assorted; 8 doaco<X)U?na A
Co.'s Asea, 4 dozen Collins A, Ca's BatchetM?
dozen Bed Star Axes, io dozen H. A Ca^Axea;
M dosen Axe Handles. jBondlHons cash, non
BY E. M. KAHSHALX ? BKO.
WELL BUILT RESIDENCE Di SUM?
On THURSDAY, 14th ituL. at ll o'clock, will be
sold near thePostofflce, Broad street,'
That 1% story RESIDENCE with tin roof*" '
kitchen, Ac., kriown aslheGlboouHoo&e, being
next to Mr. Duke's place. The lot ls fenced, and
contains two sores: water good, st t nation healthy.
Terms-$soo cash, balance In one and two
years, secured as usual ; purchaser to pay os for .
papers._ ? novT-tamws
By LOWNDES & GRIMBALL,
Auctioneers. .' ?'. ' v.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION-MARY
A. Snowden va. George W. Omer, HiramB.
uiney ,et ai.-in the Common FJeas xor Charleston
Uonnty-In Equity. " ?
In pursuance of an order in the above case to
me directed, 1 will offer for sale, at Pubila Aus?
tum, at the Poa to fB ce, TUESDAY, 28th November,
1872, at li o'clock, f^aa?
AU that CERTAIN PIECE OR PARCEL, OF .
LAND, with the Briete Tenement Building thereoD,
alto ate, lying and being on the south slueoX Ven?
due Range, in the city ot Charleston .?ad,Stat?
aforesaid, measuring and containing ul the front
Hue nineteen (19) feet more or less;- and'tndepUi
from north to south sixty (00) feet and, three m
inches, more or less; butting and txwndJng tb tia. v"
north on Vendue Range, aforetald, - to the Booth
on Brown's Wharf, to I the east on Laadr-otao ,
aforesaid George W. Olney, and to the. west on >-"
lands now or late of John H. Lange.J*
Tarma-One-third cash, and tho balance la oe?
and two years, secured by bond or bonds ot the
purchaser or purchasers, and mortgage ortho
premises sold, with interest at tha rateoi keven
percent, per annum, pa? ab io Bena-*nnaftUs;tha
Buildings on said premises to be Inrorert ahft ..
policy assigned. T?WB^^
HERIFF'S SALE. /i
VALUABLE TRACTS OF LAND.
By virtu? of an order from Hon. Samuel J*
Douthlt, Judge ot Probate for Qreenvllle, 8. Q.Si
will sell on SALES DAY IN DBOBMBBB NETT,
all of the REAL ESTATE Of the late Colonel. E. a.
Irvine, consisting of .the following Tracto: v. .
No. i-House-Tract of MOO acres; 'Bus' fB-W.
divided and BOM In eight separate tr ac?, ?il ?yins
within two miles or the olty,, adapted, ??ton.
Srain,' clow and 'gra*4es-4plenc
rchards-specially adapted for g-'
For truck rarma these lands anr
offered In this market, tne Alrr_
and Atlanta railroad depot being
mlle of the dwelling. . ^ ...
No. 3-The Wy ike Tract of 1M korea, on waters,
of Reedy hiver, 7 miles below the'etty. . ? . '
No. a-one tract of 644 acres, In. npper part -ot
county. . . .. .
No. 4-On? tract on Butherrord road, one and a
half miles from the city, contatnag SO acre*. : ... : -
No. a-House and Lot in .the centre or the city,.
having all necessary outbuildings, within nve .
m inn uss' walk ol. Court House, Boosted. atith*
southwest corner of Avenue and River streeta,
containing 4 acres. ' '?1
Plats ortho land can be seen at the office, of-J.
Terms-One-third cash: balance OB a credit of
one and two years, with loieteat from date; par
chaaera to exec ate bond with adequate security,
and mortgages of the premises respectrvery, to
3ecure the purchase money; pf?rohaserg- tc?V-rJP*
papers. J. li. 8O0THB^t%ftjfij
aiiirtioiitng ^tit< jMf^^'jR^
By B. B. MABSHALL & BBd.v
Heal Ki ta te Brokers, 33 BrcmO. tUrjjst*
AT PRIVATE. SALE, OLD FIELD ELAN-,
TATIOS, .within two miles ol
ueuot, Northeastern Railroad. contelntag?bAiK
2000 acres, a large portion or which lagooAiXur
P?lsSn<PLAlNS PLAOTATTON7 UpW "gr
johnM, about fourteen miles from Bonneatfa De?
pot, Northeaatern Railroad, soo acres cleared and
1200 aores good Turpentine lands; good settle?
ment ?wenty-horse power Engine and Gins on
the place. . . >3&B<?lift*lo
Very desirable PLANTATION or soo sjjrsOtfgtt.
land, (mostly cleared,) and about 700 acres marsh'
land, eight miles from Mount Pleats*?fia? J?od
landiog adjacent. All necessary Bulldogs, to?
gether with Engine, Gins, Ac, on the pace.3 - Vf
.nov7-to - ?'. <; i -J '-'A-'
S~^Ura^ARO^NTBAJL^bA^r - -?; .
?Barasse 3rSfc '*9r^mw yfflE-I^sF? rMF_3H
CHARLXW?N, KOVember L 1872.
Excursion Tickets to,the state Fair at Colom?
bia will be on Bale from the sa to the 7th No?
vember, good to return until loth.
S. B. PICK ENS, O. T. A.
S?-Augusta, Columbia, Camden, Oraogsbarg,
Ham well and Aiken papers please, copy. - uovi
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILBOAB.?
OHABLSSTON, 8. C., September 2T, 1872. .
On and after SUNDAT, September 20. the Pas?
senger Trains on the South Carolina R?1lrr>ad win
mn as follows:
Leave Charlee ton.-V*?. o.so A X
Arrive at Colombia..................... ?.so r K
-fOA ACetOTA. . ^
Leave Oharleston.,-..9.80 A U
Arrive at Augusta...v...i...';.-..... 6.48 r ir
Leave columbia.?... ?.oir A ir
Arrive at Oharleston..Asa r u
Leave Aognsta.M. o.oo A H
Arrive at Charleston.4.80 r M
(Sundays excepted.) .ROSC&jT.
Leave Char leeton........................ 7.10 r k
Arrive at Columbia.. 6.30 A *
Leave Colnmbia..................... 7^0.au
Arrive at charleston.,.e u A M
AOOrjBTA Hrs HT .*no~m
Leave Chai leeton.......8.80 T X
Arrive at Angosta.........iiJS??H 7.a*a M
Leave Angosta.'.?. e.is x x
Arrive at Charleston.-.. AM A X
- BUKXMBTUAM TBAD?.
I Leave Summerville at. 7?? AX
Arrive at charleston.A40 A'X
Leave Oharleston.... .. ats r x
Arrive At Summerville.-440. * x
L^aveCamden.. 7.20 A K .
Arrive at Columbia..."ILM AX
Leave Colombia.,. 2.10 r x
Arrive at Camden.: ..;. BM r x
Day and Night Tralns-oonnect at Aagnsta with
Macon and Augusta RaH.road, Oentra) Railroad,
and Georgia Railroad. This ls the quickest and
most direct note and ?ts co m?o rub le an d cheap as
any other nate to Louisville, cincinnati, chicago,
St. Louis and all other points West and North-wee t.
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and Colombia Railroad ; and Day and Night Trains
connect with Charlotte Road.
Through tickets on sale via thia route to ali
Camden Tram connects at Ringville .m$fv*i
cept sundays) with Day Passenger Yndl, .'sVS4
rons tar 0 ug h to Columbia. .. ' -
A. L. TYLER, Vlco-Presldent.
8. B. PIOKENS. Q. tfc - \ -. sep27 j
\rOBTHEASTEBN RAILROAD GOV
iff IB tW ssff SW BTTBSI ^WB ' '
CEAHiJOTOH^S. c.. June 8.1871
Trains will leave (marleston Dally at io. ic A. M
and 8.00 p. M.
, Arrive at Charlaiton coo A M. (Monday* ex?
cepted) and 3 P. M. '.ai.?-"
Train does not ler.ve Charleston 8.M p. M-, SW
DATS.. _:, . _
Train laavmglO JS A. Mi makes through eotmoo
Hon to New York; via Richmond Md AOQOJ*
Creek only, going through In 44 h/wr8--,^,.. ^
Passengers leaving by 8.00 r-?JX&aZm
an? ? n? w cincinnati, Chicago and other points
w^rSnd No'thweat, both^reins making con
feZSoi?lt Wsswngwn with Western Trains of
SSS? and Ohio Woad.& ? ^
Elgin ear and superintendent,
p. L. CLEA POR, Gen. Ticket Agent. ? may?
BEEF, WINE AND IRON
BEEF, WINE, IRON AND CINCHONA.
These elegant and excellent stimulating Tonics
are now getting Into general use, especially In
cases ot delicate females and childi en. They may
be had of DR. H. BABB,
Na m Meeting street.
A full stock ef Euxlxs, and all the other new
pharmaceutical Preparations always 'kept on