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tn the qnlet garden of m.) life
There groweth a red-rose tree:
A lime bird sits on the topmost bough,
And merrily si o gem ne.
Thihmn may shine In the happy sky
Through the long and golden 'lays,
And the sweet spring blossom-' v <l the trees
In fragrant pearly haze;
Or the pelting rains of autumn come,
And the weary wintry weather.
And we've naught to watch but the leaden
Hy roie and I together. .
Come rain, come shine, so thu bonny hird
But warble his cneery tune:
For while he sings to my rose and me,
To ns lt is always June.
And Death and Sorrow shall vainly sit
The portals or life beside,
For we float upborne on that soaring song
Through the gates or heaven dung wide t ?
A TALKING MACHINE.
Tile Latest Triumph of Constructive
There ls now In Baltimore a very curious
piece of mechanism, which Imitates not only
the various sounds or the human voice, but
combines them Into wordssand sentences. It
has been exhibited to members ot the press
by the Inventor. Professor Fabers Erben, at
his rooms In Barnum's Hotel, who explained
the workings of the contrivance. Talking
machines, have been Invented at various
times, but this ls the only one that has com?
bined such great range of ntterance with such
perfect articulation. The machine Is a com?
plete system of tubes, levers, keys and modi?
fying appliances, a great many manipulations
being sometimes necessary to produce the de?
sired son D<1 . It ls thus described :
The machine ls constructed in Imitation of
the human organs of speech, all the mechani?
cal appliances heine adjusted so as to produce
the effect of the different muscles used in ar?
ticulation. The largest portion of the appa?
ratus Is a bellows, which performs the same
function as the lungs In the human body.
This feeds a variety of tubes through which
the sound escapes, which are managed by
fourteen levers, each representing a vowel or
consonant, and extending out to a sort of key
board, by the manipulation of which the va?
rious combinations ol sound are produced.
Here Bits the performer, the professor's wife,
who manages the machine with great dex?
terity. The sensitiveness of her ear ls re?
markable. Inasmuch, as she makes the ma?
chine speak In languages foreign to her, when
she necessarily must Imitar;? each word from
recollection of the sound. The many combina?
tions sometimes necessary to express a single
word demands skill and rapidity on her part.
Leading from the bellows ls a windpipe for
the conduction ot tbe air, and an India rubber
larynx, with vocal chords, modelled after those
of a human being, opening and closing lu the
same manner. The sound escapes from an
imitation of the human mouth, the upper jaw
being of wood, with a Up of leather, and rhe
lower jaw ot India rubber. The mouth has a
palate Ci hard rubber, and a tongue of flexi- 1
ole rubber. There is also a passage for tbe
escape of the air when the mouth Is closed,
in Imitation of tbe vent which In the human
organism ls afforded by the nostrils. Fourteen
toonda are all that are used by tue mac h lue
for the production ot speech. Ail the other
sounds are produced out of these fourteen by
combination or by modifying their action
either by separating the vocal chords or bring?
ing them together. The professor made the
machine utter slbulant, guttural, laughing and
other articulate sounds. It then utters many
different names and short sentences. Its ar?
ticulation ls somewhat slow, but 18 very dis?
tinct and audible. It speaks German excel?
lently, the harsh, guttural sound being Imita?
ted exactly; its English has a German accent
now and then, showing the nativity of the in?
ventor. When lt speaks French a mask ls
attached, having apparatus by means ol which
the usual sound of the French tongue IB imi?
tated. This mask ls a rather ghastly simula?
crum bl pabuman face. The eyes move and
the mouth works, and the words pour out, but
the Immovability of the features and the ab?
sence, of expression creates a weird and un?
canny feeling in the spectator. The professor
says that the machine can sing as well as talk,
its voice having a compass of two octaves, but
as the arrangement wai not in order be was
unable to give au example of Its performance.
The professor bas many testimonials from sci?
entific men in every, civilized country, and
from many European courts.
IMPROVEMENTS IN TUE MEANS OE
Tbe increase of the troops and the improve?
ment of tbe deadly machinery they use keep
pace with the erection of fresh defences. By
the new order of the Emperor, the field art ii- 1
lory is raised to a war status of 2056 guns. 1
This is four pieces more than the war .'orce
contemplated by M. Theirs, who, it is well
known, is more than doubling bis cmnon. As
a useful innovation, tho bag 10 which the cart?
ridge is placed will be henceforth made of silk,
ff hieb, cleanses the barrel of slime and dirt,
and supersedes the necessity of wiping ont.
Excepting the Bavarians, who retain the Wer?
der rifle, the .whole of the German forces have
been armed with the improved needle-gun.
Aa baa boon before stated, the improvement
chiefly consiste in a smaller bullet, giving a
range of twelve hundred metres. Tue new
gun adopts the caoutchouc leek of the
breech which the Cbassepot bas. Taking aim
is said lo be greatly simplified by the HOW rifle.
But.: with , all ita vaunted advantages, this
second edition 0/ old Drey se nas only a few
years to live. An altogether new model has
been recently adopted, which, as soon as a
couple of millions are made, will supersede
every tb i ijg else. What this latest novelty
really is nobody knows. All we bave been per?
mitted to learn is that the murderous imple?
ment waa originally devised by a W?rtern burg
gunsmith, named Mauser, that it was altered
and improved by a peyonochymioo artillerist
committee at Berlin, and that H gives the
happy owner the power of Miling twenty-six
men per minute, provided he hits them. That
anything hke this number can be attained on
(the battle-field is a thing impossible; but as an
ordinary soldier, even iu the excitement of the
fight, is said to be capable of firing from
. twelve to fifteen rounds, the gun really seems
to mark a new stride in tbe terrible art. If
rumor tells true, it is a one-barrelled gun,
with metal cartridge, cen) ral ignition, and a
range exceeding Cnassepot and Werder. The
manufacturo bas already commenced in pub?
lic and private establishments.
The mitrailleuse has been definitively reject?
ed for field purposes, being replaced by tbe
reintroduction of the shrapnel shot. It seems,
however, rbat the specimens of the mitrail?
leuse captured from the French will be distri?
buted ever tbe various fortresses to aid in the
defence of a breach. Speaking of warlike pre?
parations, I might.as well add that the new
railway bridge over the Rhine at Wesel is about
to be taken in hana. It will be the largest
6 ti net uro of the kind in^Crennany, having, with
j it viaducts on the right and left backs, a total
length'of six thousand two hundred feet.
This Ls about one milo and a half, and consid?
erably more than twioe the length of the rail?
way bridge over tbe Vistula at Dirscban, ac?
counted one of the finest in Europe.-Berlin
Letter to the London Temes.
Tm GREAT BELL OP ST. PAUL'S.-Every
American going to London visits St. Paul's
Cathedral as a matter of oourse, aud though
each knows in advance something of its
grandeur, nearly all are astonished to And
Itheir preconceived notions totally at fault.
The dome and the bells especially exceed In
size all that one has Imagined In advance.
The dome alone weighs over six million
pounds, and the bell-towerB are ot corre
.v spondlng size. There are lour bella In all
three in the southern and one in tbe north?
ern tower. Even the smallest of these bells
\ is altogether too large to be turned In rlng
/ lng; and were sufficient power tor this pur?
pose to be used, the great towers, strong as
they are, would hardly staud the BU alu. The
. two smaller bells In the clock-tower strike
the quarters, and above them hang the great
bell which strikes the hours. It has a diam?
eter of nine ieet, and weighs 11.474 pounds.
' Aside from its great elze and unequalled
, tone it ls a subject of Interest from the tact
f that lt ls abell having a history of Us own.
In tbe old days before the Reformation a great
. bell, named Edward, lu honor of Edward the
Confessor, used to toll ihe hours from the
clock-tower opposite Westminster Hairgate.
During the reign of William and Mary lt be?
came necessary to remove the bell, and, In
passing under Temple Bar, it fell from the car?
riage on which lt was being transported and
was broken. It was placed under a ?hed in
the cathedral yard, where lt remained until
1716, when it was recast, with some additional
metal, and hung In the clock-tower of St.
Paul's, where the tourist visits it to-day. It ls
never used exoept to strike '.he hours and to
toll on Ohe occasion of the death of members
of the-royal family, the bishop of London, the
t dean of ar. Paul's, or the lord mayor ol Lori?
-"Oh, my dear, there is a most lovely set
pin, earrings and sleeve-buttons I Do go buy
thsml" "Yes, my dear, I mean to go by them
as soon as possible I"
-After her noble generosity to her compan?
ion in affliction, Chicago feels authorized to la
dulse in a Littlfc harmless mirth at Boston's ex?
pense. Tho Chicago Tribune propounds this
conundrum: "If Chicago, being a wicked city,
was punished, why was Boston, being a pood
city, punis h ed in che same manner ?
-The missouri Democrat thus unkindly ex?
poses Colonel Mosby'a incentives to loyalty:
"General Mosby of Virginia owns a stone quar?
ry, and is reported to be fishing for a contract
to furnish headstones for the National cemeter?
ies. Having materially assisted in furnishing
the corpses, Mosby now wants to see the graves
-Tbe Milwaukie Sentinel soberly publishes
a card beginning in this nay: "Owing to the
prevalence's of the horse disease the chief en?
gineer, m behalf of the oity, in company with
tbe chairman of committee on fire depart?
ment, have left the city to purchase oxen with
which to operate the engines of the depart
ment in case of fire." The spectacle of a yoke
of oxen leisurely walking before a steam engine
to a fire would be enough to mako even a sick
-The Chicago Times thus indignantly
squelches a Cincinnati journal for daring to
insinuate that Boston bad gone ahead of
Chicago in the matter of a conflagration:
"There is something inconceivably childish in
the idea of the Cincinnati person chuckling
over the thought that some other oity has had
a bigger fire than Chicago. The petty jealousy
and mal iq nant but impotent bate that are con?
densed in the above article become all the
more ridiculous when it is considered that
tbe Boston conflagration was not one-half so
great an affair, measured in anv wey, as tho
Chicago conflagration. The latter must still
be the standard of comparison for calamities
of this character, just as the energy of the city
in recovering from the disaster must rem<un
beyond all comparison."
QLIVER DITSON k CO.
announce that they were happily untouched by
the recent Great Fire, and are busy, as usual, In
attending to their extensive orders.
They now call attention, also, to their
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MDSI J.
The whole set ls one of tho moat valuable Musi?
cal Libraries that could be devised, as each con?
tains from 200 to 260 pages of the most popular
mu?lc of the day.
Price or each book In Boards, $2 50; doth, S3;
Full Gilt, for Presents, $4. The price would be J
at reran, f?r the pieces separately, about $400.
In this form, all ihe books, inolndtng the new
and favorite Oems of Strauss (now having a
splendid sal*-,) may be had for $32 6u.
Musical Treasure, Vocal and Instrumental.
Vocal Only :
Silver Cord, Wreath of Gem?.
Oems or German Seng, Gems or Sottish Song.
Gems of Sacred Song, Shower of Pearls,
Duets. Operatic Pearls.
Some Circle, vol. 1; Pianist's Album; Home
Circle, vol. 2; Plano Forte Gems.
Any of the above Books malled, post paid, for
the retail price.
OLIVER DITauN A CO., I 0. H. DITSON A 00.
Boston. New York.
Drugs at CDrjoUsaU.
QE?MAULT'S SYRUPOF HYPOPHOS^
PB FTE OF LIMB.
This new French Medicine has been used by
many of our citizens with the greatest success In
the cure of COUGHS and the different affections
of the lungs. Pleasant to the taste and certain
In its effects. Prepared by
G RIM AU LT A CO.,
No. 45 Rue Richelieu, Paris,
And for Bale by their Agents,
DOWIE, MOISE A DA VIH,
Ch.-ri. ston, 8. 0.
glMMONS'S HEPATIC COMPOUND OB
LIVER CURB, already prepared for use, has the
highest reputation now of any Liver Medicine be?
fore the public. Put up in large bottles, wit h full
directions; no lamliy should be without lt; all
who have once used lt will use no other Liver Me?
dicine. It ls free from Mercury and entirely ve?
getable. For sale by
DOV.TE, MOISE A DAVIS.
j^?OISL'S MORNING STAR YEAST
Are used In all the hotels and many boarding?
houses and private families in this city, and are
BEST IN USE
for making Wholesome, Light, Spongy and Di?
BREAD, BISCUITS, BUCKWHEAT OAEBS,
ROLLS, WAFFLES, MUFFINS, Ac
For sale by the box, dozen or pound, by the
proprietors, DO WIE, MOISE & DAVIS.
jy^-EDICAL SADDLE-BAGS, MEDICINE
CHESTS, POCKET VIAL OASES AND SURGICAL
INSTRUMENTS OF ALL KINDS.
A full supply of the latest improvements on
hand, and for sa' e by
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS.
?y^ALLET'S MANGE OINTMENT,
A SAFE AND CERTAIN CURE FOR MANGE IN
"No Injury can result from Its use," this article
having been used with perfect success for years
on aggravated chrontc cases. We know lt to be a
CERTAIN CURE, and a trial ls all that ls nseded
ta make lt the vade mecum In the Hst of sports?
men's Bpeclucs. DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
Agents for the United States.
jy^OISE'S HORSE AND CATTLE POW?
DERS. The best in u<ie. It has proved most val?
uable In the cure of the prevailing horse epidemic.
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
nova mw Proprietors.
RISLEY'S B0CH?, FOR ALL DISORD?
ERS of the Urinary Organs, (the Kidneys,
bladder, Urethra, Ac,) from whatever cause.
This elegant preparation of the concentrated
virtues of the best diuretic tonics known-as pre?
pared by H. W. RISLEY, the originator-ls war?
ranted equal to the best, and superior to most, all
other preparations for this purpose, besides being
put up In large (8 oz.) b jules for tho low price or
$l. Ph vs lc lac s are invited to compare the effects,
as well as the appearance of RISLEY'S BUCHu
with anv other.
RISLEY'S PHILOTOKEN, OR FEMALE'S
FRIEND, a remedy expressly for the beneflt of
females, and well wortny or their attention. For
relieving nausea, and for all those nervous
troubles, to which they are often subject It ls
also an excellent sedative, or Nervous Antidote,
producing natural refreshing Bleep in cases of
nervous irritai lon, exhaustion br excitement In
persons of elli er sex. Price $1.
Having u?ed In mv family RISLEY'S PHILOTO?
KEN and EXTRACT B??UU, and observed their
invariable efficacy In ca>es among my fr ends for
a number of j ?are, I consider each a mo?t excel?
lent remedy for the purposes recommended; am.
besides, in my own ease, the Phllotoken proved a
good remedy for sleeplessness arising from
HENRY VEKSLAOE, JB.,
Pastor Reformed church.
Irvington. N. J., May 22,1871.
Sold by all Retail UruiglBts. Vhe trade sup?
plied ny PHILIP wiNEMAN & C<)..
novl3-wslmo . ?o. 3? Hayne street.
A. J. SULLIVAN
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
No. 113 MEETING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO
Desires to Inform his friends and the public
that he ls prepared to carry on the GENERtL
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs or all Rinds at?
tended to. Designs and estimates Tarnished upon
M . J . GAYER,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
pACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
This GUANO lg now powell known In all thc
Southern States for its remarkable effects as An
agency for Increasing the products of labor, as
not LO require special recommendation from ns.
Its nae (or seven >ears past has established ns
character for reliable excellence. The large Axed
capital invested by the-Company In this trade
affords the surest guarantee of the continued ex?
cellence of this Guano.
The supplies put into market this season are,
as heretofore, prepared nuder the personal soper
intendance of Dr. st. ja hau Ravenel, Chemist of
the Company, at Charleston, s. c., hence planters
may rest assured ihat its quality and composition
ls precisely the Barrie ns that heretofore sold.
Sellii'g Aiient. charleston s. C.
JNO. S.' UK ESE A CO..
General AcentB, Baltimore.
TERMS-$48 cash; $51 time, without Interest.
To accommodate plumers they can order now
and have until the ist or April to decide as to
whether they will take at time or cash price.
When delivered irom the Factory by the carload
nodrayage will be charged.
SS"Papers that Inserted my advertisement last
year will please copy. nMv20-wfrnDC*w3mos
-Tu viii tu tc J Jo ii s I).
T RY IT..
YOU WILL FIND IT HANDY, USEFUL AND CON
THE BEST ARTICLE EVER INVENTED
TO CLEAN AND RENOVATE OLD FURNITURE,
HARING IT LOOR PERMANENTLY BRIGHT,
EQUAL TO NEW.
DURAND'S HT RM I URE POLISH bas bsd an ex
extensivo *alo wherever Introduced, and no good
housekeeper will ever be without-a bottle after
once gtvlug lt a trial; lr. recommends ltseir. The
Polish dries soon after bi lng applied, ana has no
Prepared from the original recipe or Eugene
On rai i ii, No. 40 i- ne St. Ma ' tin, Parla.
For Bale by all i- et di Druggists, Grocers and
Fancy Goods stores In Charleston.
Price fifty cents pr r bottle.
JOHN F. HENRY,
No. 8 College Place, New York.
The trade supplied by
PHILIP WI NEMAN & CO.,
No. 35 I1AYNE STREET,
Wholesale Agents for the Southern States.
BROADWAYS. VIRGINIAS, GEN.
JACKSONS, OOLDXN OATES ANO
MOUNT VERNON'S. NSW STYLES.
SOLO EVERYWHKRB. novl3-12
NOTICE.-HAVING HAD MUCH EX
PERIEN JE In repairing Weighing Scales of
every description, would ' solicit public patronage
in reference to said work.
References: Mr. B. O'Neill, Wholesale Grocer,
No. 180 East Bay: Messrs. H. BlBChOff A Co..Whole
Bale Grocers, Bast Bay; Hr. Thomas A. Raynard,
Pabilo Adjuster of Weights and Measures.
No. 4 Cumberland street,
oct&-2mos . Charleston, 8. C.
?rani) J)vi]c Distribution.
LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT.
$500,000 IN BANK TO PAY ALL
A FULL DRAWING IN SIGHT.
$100,000 FOR ONLY $10
At the Second Grand Gift Concert, authorized
by special act of the Legislature. In ala of the
Public Library of Kentucky, unavoidably post?
poned from september 28 to oecember 7, and
which positively and unequivocally occurs ta
Lo ni-vi ie, Ky., saturday, December 7, 1872. with
-out further delay on any account whatever, the
following Cash Gifts are for distribution by lot
among the ticket holders:
ONE URAND GIFT, CASU.$100,000
ONE GRAND GIFT.60,000
1 Cash Girt.$26,000 4 cash Girts....S2,ooo
leash Gift.$20,0uo ID Cash Gins.. ..$1,000
i cash out.$i5,ooo 20 Cash Girts.... $ooo
l Casa Girt.$io,ooo 2i cash Girts.... $800'
leash Girt. $9.000 25 Cash Gifts.... $700
lCriBhUlft. $8.000 36 Cash Gilts.... $000
1 Cash Gilt. $7,000 46'Cash Gifts.... $600
l cash Gift. $6,000 .60 Cash Giru.... $400
1 Cash Gilt. $6,000 I 60 Can Girts_ $300
I Cash Gilt. $4,000 I 100 Cash Girts_ $200
ICashGift. $8.000 I 612 Cash Girts.... $100
Total-looo Girts, ail cash.$fioo,ooo
The money to pay all these Gifts ls now upon
depoBlt, and sot apart for that purpose, In the
Farmers' and Drovers' Bank, as win be seen by
the following certificate of the Cashier:
FARMERS' AND DROVERS' BANE, )
LOUISVILLE, Kr., september 26, 1872. )
This la to certify that there ls now ou deposit
in this bans ovor Half a Million or Dollars to
the credit or the Gilt Concert Fund, $5C0,000 of
which ls held by this bank aa Treasurer of the
Public Library or Kentucky to pay orr all Girts
to be awarded at the drawing.
R. S. VEECH, Cashier.
Price of Tickets.
Whole Tickets, $10; Halves, $6; Quarters, $2 60;
II Whole Tickets for $ioo; 2S ror $265; 66 for $500;
113 for $1000; ?85 ror $2500 ; 676 for $5000. No
discount on less than $100 worth of tickets at a
The drawing will positively and unequivocally
take place December 7. Agents are peremptorily
required to close sales and make returns Novem?
ber 25, In order to give ample time ror the final
arrangera en is. Orders for Tickets or applications
ror Circulars should be addressed to
Gov. THOMAS E. BRA ni LE TTE,
Agent Public Library of Kentucky, Louisville,
QJignri, Kobaccc, Sft.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Of all kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examine stock bet?re buying else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. B.-The Wheel or Fortune constantly on
hand, invest 26 cents and try your luck.
Orri (SoD?f, &z.
PTO. 375 KING STREET.
A decided REDUCTION has been made IN ALL
OUR PRICES, and we orrer area: Bargains to
parchasen m every Department. Car Stock com*
prlBes an assortment of the most elegant novel?
ties in everything that appertains to a first-class
Dry Goads Establishment. We mention below
the prices of only a few of oar Gooda :
loo pieces 4-4 N. Y. Hills, Bleached, only 10
loo pieces 4 4 Wamsutta, Bleached, only 19 cents
6 casea 4*4 Bleached, UX and IS, worth 16 and
3 cases Double-width Gingham, only 12)4" cents
2 cases to-4 Sheeting, only 40 cents
2 bales 34 White Flannels, 20 cents, worth 29
6 bales 3 4 White Flannels, 25 and 30, worth 30
and 40 cen td
2 esses 10-4 White Blankets, only $a 60
l case 10-4 White Blankets, $5, worth $G 60
loo pieces Fine Oassimere, Si and |i 26, worth
60 pieces Fine Casslmere, SI 60, worth $2
1 case Ptain ana.Figured Dress Goods, 26 cents
25 pl coe a Fine Poplin, 80 and 36 eenie
50 pieces Black Alpaca, only 60 cents, worth 05
Great Reduction in Black Silks
Great Reduction In Colored SdkB
Great Reduction m. Cloak and Trimming
Great Reduction tn Valours, 811k Poplins and
Fine Dress Goods
Great Redaction In Mourning Goods
Great Bargains in Riot on s
Six-Inch Sash Ribbon, only si, all colors
Great Bargains In all tho New Shades of Rib?
Great Bargains In Bows, Ties and Silk Band
Great Bargains In Kid Gio ves, (see Business
Great Bargains in Laces, Handkerchiefs,
.Cuffs and Collars
Great Bargains in Jet Sets, Hair Ornaments,
Great Bargains in Silk Trimmings, Silk
Full Linea of Ladles' Underwear
Full Lines of Gents' Famishing Goods
Foll Lines or Bosiery and Notions
Ail at Great Bargains.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED IN
CARPETS, OIL CLOTH,
MATTINC8 AND RUGS.
Fine VELVET CARPETS marked down
Fine English-Body Brussels Carpet marked
Fine English Tapestry Brussels marked
Fine Three Ply Carpet marked down
fine Wool Carnets marked down .
Fine Ingrain Carpet marked down
Fine Hemp Carpets marked down
Fine Venetian carpeta marked down
Good Quality Ingrain Carpets for 66, 65 and
Good 4-4 Matting marked down
Oil Cloths, Rugs, Mats, all marked down.
Our Wholesale Departments are complete, and
we constantly offer Great Bargains to Merchants,
Farmers, and all in need of Gooda.
Our Millinery Department Is the best assorted
In this market.
FURGHGOTT, BENEDICT & C0V
NO. 370 KINO STREET.
J. R. READ ft CO.
Invite special at t tent lon to their choice
DRESS GOODS. SILKS. VELVET
EENA, BLACK OuODS, KID
': ' (In all grades, $100 to S3 oo.)
EMBROIDERIES, FANCY GOODS.
CLOAKS, SHAWLS AND FUR3.
pr o. a c 3 KI PTO,
OPPOSITE IIAS8L STRUT.
FALL AND WINTER
E. W. MARSHALL ft GO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS IND NOTIONS.
We offer to the Trade an nnnsnaljy Large and
Weil-Purchased stook of the above Goods, which
will be kept fnU during the season by a Resident
Bu j er In the Northern Markets, and will be sold
at prices as low as can be obtained elsewhere.
E. W. MARSHALL & CO.,
No. 141 Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
CHEAPER THAN EVER !
THE LARG-E STOCK OP
OF THE LATE T. KELLY, AT THE STORE, No.
264 KING STREET, still unsold, will be offered for
a FEW DAYS LONGER, AT REDUCED PRICES I
And all desiring to get bargains will do well to
call and examine the stock-.
M. I?. O'CONNOR,
(5 ir neon o na i.
XwJL Heights of Aiken, S. C. General G. J
RAINS. Professor and Lecturer. For terms applj
to Misa M. A. BUIE,
oct25 Principal of Institute, Aiken. S. 0.
panos, gDrflane, Wc.
PIANOS ?ND ?fi^?NS7 T
Furnished at factory prices for Cash, or by
Monthly Payments cn the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. M'OLENAHAN, .
Plano and M?sls Store,
sspS-Jmos Ko, 101 Kins; street.
tDrnrj?, 4H|tmirait, Wc.
fTlEEAT THE RFMAN MACHINE GENT
X LY.-The wludlng passage, thirty feet in
length through which toe matu portion of the
waste matter of the ??item la discharged, is lined
with a membrane ns delicate ss silk and as sensi?
tive as a net-work of nerves can make lc. Neither
constipation, cholle, diarrhoea, dysentery or any
other bo rel complaint can be rared by abasing
- and convulsing this tender momorane with a
fanons purgative. The best and safan remedy
in such canes (s that mild balsamic and delightful
tonic laxativo .
Tarrant'! BfferveicentSeltxer Aperient,
wblob heals, tones ami Invigorates the Irritated
Intestines, while lt rt .leves them from tbe mor.
bid humors which provoke abdominal disease.
Sold by all draughts. -novO-SJ
CONCENTRATED PROOF LIQUEUR
M' Guyot has succeeded in depriving tar
of its insupportable sourness and bitterness,
and in rendering it very soluble. Profiting
by this happy discovery, he prepares a con?
centrated liqueur of tar, which in a small
volume contains a large proportion of the
active principle. ' '
Guyot ? tar possesses all the advantages of
ordinary tar-water without any of its draw?
backs A glass of excellent tar-water without
any disagreeable tas te may be instantaneously
obtained by pouring a teaspoonful into a
glass of water.
Any one can thus prepare his glass of tar
water at the momimt ne requires it, thus
economizing time, facilitating carriage arid
obviating the disagreeable necessity ol'hand?
Guyot'? tar replaces advantageously se?
veral more or less inactive ptisans in the
treatment of colds, bronchitis, coughs, and
catarrhs. iT*r. '
Guyot'? tar is employed with Lhe greatest
success in the following diseases :
AS A DRAl'CUT. -' ? teasponfal in a glass
of waler, or two tablcyoon/uls in a bottle.
CATARRH OT THE BLADDER
OBSTINATE COUGHS .OO?U
IRRITATION OF THE CHEST
DISEASES OF THE THROAT
AS A LOTION. - Pure or diluted with a
AFFECTIONS OF THE SKIN
DISEASES CF THE SCALP
Guyot'? tar has been tried with the
greatest success in the principal hospitals of
France, Belgium, and Spain. Experience has
proved it to bc the most hygienie drink in
time of epidemics.
Detailed instruction 3 accompany each bottle
Depot ii Paris, L. FRERE, 19, ree Jacob.
Agents In Charlestnn, DOWlE, MOISE A
DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists.
"TJRUGS AND MEDICIN ES?
WHOLESALE <fc |
DR. H. BAER,
NO. 131 MEET I NO STREE Tl,
Offers his Large and Well-Assorted Stock of
?tc, Ac, A)C,,
AT TILE LOWEST ?IAIIKET KATES.
Constantly on hand all the ding Proprietary
FRENCH. ENGLISH, GERMAN AND
FOUNTAIN SYRINGES, the best and most con
venlent for general nae.
Also, every other kind of Syringe known In the
Trasses, Abdominal Supporters, Shoulder
Braces, Abdominal Belts, Physicians' saddle
Bags, Physicians' Pccket-Cases, Elastic Stockings
and Medicine chests.
Druggists' Glassware, of every description, at
the lowest rates, and a fall assortment of "Drug?
gists' sundries." t
Agent for Nat tan's "Crystal Discovery for the
Agent ror 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., or Philadelphia, consisting or a
rall line or Fluid Extracts, Sugar-coated Pillo,
Elixirs, Medicated Winos and Syrups, Licorice
and Pepsin Lozenges, Ac, Ac.
Special attention ls directed to the following
ai tides of bis own manufacture:
HERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL !
An excellent Carminative, invaluable In the
diseases Incident to the period or dentition
children; as also in colic, dlarrhoa, dysentery,
and other infantile complaints. It ls superior to
other medicines used ror this purpose, as lt ls en?
tirely free from any Injuri?os drng, snd
CONTAINS NO ANODYNE I
It ls recommended by the best physicians, and
mothers may administer lt with confidence.
THE EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC,
ls a carefully prepared tressing for the hair, at
once answering the purposes ol hnlr oil, hair
wash, and hair tonic. It oontalna no sulphur
lead, or nitrate or silver, and ts
NO DYE I
It will promote a healthy growtli or hair, and
proven!; their railing ont, and will not Injure the
Baer's Improved Vegetable
A gentle Aperient, of pnrely vegetable sub
stances, recommended ror Dyspepsia, Headache
Constipation, Ac, Ac
DOUBLE DISTILLED BENZINE,
ror removing grease spots, and cleaning clothes.
None bnt th Purest Drags used, and satlsra .
tlon guaranted, both as to price and quality.
Order are solicited from Druggists, Physicians,
Country Merchante, Plan tera and others, with the
assurance that they shall receive prompt and
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION O?
just received, a largrs ipply or trie above. Ead
bottle contains four pou ads or the best Beef, ex
elusive of fat; can be used with cold or warn
water; also can be taken with Codliver Oil, ant*
destroys the taste of the Oil.
Tne only food for dolla?e children.
This ls much superior to the "Extractor Beef,'
heretoio-e offered to the public as will be found
upon triai. For sale by Dr. H. BAER,
jon" Na 181 Meeting street.
jggjgg ano Jgntisfling (gooos.
- ?' 9 ? :
NEW GOODS ! ?> .
MENKE & MULLER.
TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
."'i:. : .?.'.;7?," li.. liUV .:.?>'. 'Jil'.
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO
SPLENDID KEW STOCK
noan ..' m?tniriaita:
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
AND CHOICE MATERIALS .
FOR errs TOM WORK.
AN INSPECTION OP THE
Gr O OD S M'PBiICBS
COR, KING AND WENTWORTH STS.,
. ? . i
Il RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
HOOTS, 5 as li es ano S linos
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
STORE DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
MOULDINGS, WINDOW GLASS,
NEWELS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
BALUSTERS, SLATE MANTELS.
OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS,
No. 20 Havne street,
FACTORY, HORLBEC K'S WHARF
gOTJTH CAROLINA "RAILROAD.
0EABX18I0K, 8. a. Se p tam ber 27,1ST2.
On ano alter SUNDAY, september 39, the Pa?
Benger Tra?na on the South Carolina Railroad will
ruc aa tallowa:
' FOB COLUMBIA.
Leave Onariesten. 9.80 A X
Arrive at Colombia..6.20 p M
. ron AUGUSTA. ..
Leave Charleston.~~.9.80 A X
Arrive at Augusta......6.40 p at
Leave Columbia.soo A x
Arrive at Charleston. 4.80 p ii
tiCAve August*..9.00 A M
Arrive at charleston.................... 4.30 p x
OOLUXBTA HIGHT BXFRS8B. "
neave Charleston. 7.10 PX
Arrive at columbia.s sa A st
Leave Columbia..;..'.7.60 r rn
vrrlve at Charleston.~... 6 48 A H
AUGUSTA MIGHT BXPpiflS.
Leave Charleston...-..8.80 p x
Arrive at Augusta.7.86 A H
Leave Angosta.? ..6.16 F X
irrtve at Charleston......6.60 A-ai
Leave Summerville at.IM A x
arrive at Charleston.8.40 A X
Leave Charleston.... 1.26 P X
Arrive at snmmervUle...,.?-" 4.40 p x
C AJ? DSN THAIN.
Leave Camden..............7.20 A x
Arrive at Columbia..11.56 A u
Leave colombia.-,.3.10 p x
Arrive at Camden."..Mi p u
Dav and Night Trains connect at Augusta with
Macon and Angus ts Railroad, Central .Railroad
and Georgia Railroad. This ls the quietest and
most dlreot route and as comfortable and cheap sa
any other route to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago,
au Louis and all other point? West and Northwest.
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and Columbia Ka tiroad ; and Day and Night Tramo
connect with Charlotte Road.
Through^ tickets on sale via this route to ali
^Camden Tram connects at Ringville dally (ex?
cept sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
runs thronen to Columbia._ _,."?
?"vu? ^ ^ TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. PTOKENS. G. T. A._8eP2T
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
OHABLBSTON, S. C., June 8,1872?
Trains will leave Charleston Dally at 10.16 A, H
and 8.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 6.00 A M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 8 P. M. _
Tram does not leave Charleston 8.00 P. M., SUN.
Train leavlngio.15 A. M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acquis
Greek only, going through In 44 hours.
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P.M. Train have
.bulee or route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by tills Train lay over on Sun DAT in Bal
elmore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN?
DAY ta Wilmington, N. C.
This IB the cheapest, quickest and most pleas
wt route to cincinnati, Chicago and otner points
West and No thweet, both Trains making con?
nections at Washington with Western Trains of
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad,. -
? S. S. SOLOMONS.
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLEA POR, Gen. Ticket Agent. may2l
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON
. ' CHABLXSTON, June 13, 1872.
On and after MONDAY, Jane 17th, the Pas?
senger Trains on this Road will run aa follows:
EXPRESS TRAIN. ,
Leave Charleston daily................. 8.80 P. M.
Arrive at savannah dally.9.46 P. M,
Leave Savannah dally...sa.1L80 P. M,
arrive at Charleston dally. IAK
Leave Charleston, SundayBexcepted.. 7.40 A M
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted. 8.80 P. M.
liOaveSavannah,Sundays excepted... li A. _>
unvo at Charleston, Sundays exe'ted. ?.60 P.M.
Passengers from Charleston by 7.40 A. M. train
make close connection with Port lUyst^OrosM
for all Stations os that Road, (Sundays (nXTOpted, J
Freight forwarded daily on through blha or lan
me to points m Florida and by Savannah line pl
MUl?ups to Boston. Prompt dispatch given W
fnubtt ror Beaufort and potaM on Port Roys
railroad and at as low rates as by any oner line
?SS on sale at.thia office for ,B^fort oval
rori Royal E^wj??,
S. C. BOYLST??, Oen'l Ft. and Ticket Agent
Luttum 0pte*-?$i* Wa$.
Bj HOLME* & MAC BETH,
SORREL MARE. *
Will 4M ?bid THIS MORNING, S^'NCTem
ber. at half-past io o'clock, in front o? ear Office,
By H?LII^ * MACBET?, '
BROOMS t BROOMS ! BROOMS 1
Wi 1. soil THIS MOKNISG, 25th Npvembfr
at ll o'clock, in Salesroom In rear of our office,
No. 31 Broad street, .". .-u. . ^?0u?^iH??S
A consignment of ER00M3, direct from, tb a
Faciory. . . ' - . ;. ' ._V '
, CT J.'l stSJQ^ '<? -:KABir*
Lot FCRNITUBK and a lot of Sundries,-too
numeroiisw mention. , " nortr
? . ? ? i ia ? " .'? eatac -
WM. MeKAlyi^J w
WILL .. SELL.TTHTS/^DAYJ AT HIS
salesroom, No. 4fi Wentworth street, at 10
o'clock, without reserve, to close cons gnmeat,
Pleas UA&?IMKRK, Beaver and Fanoj^t!4ttaet?.
Boots and Shoes, Red, Blue and White Flau ?el,
Cus om-made ulothlug, Shirting. Prints, Hosier?.
Gloves, ?ntlerjr. IkU/loo*. and ia dczen:.assorted
Felt and, Wool Hats, Ac. Terms strlouy cash. ,.
By MILES DRAKE. ~
CLOOTING,' r!???J8&*?. i
THIS MORNINCUu.Jo o'clock, I will sell at
my Store corner King andXtbertv streets^
A flne Hue of lien's SAt;KS AND FBOCKO?ATS,
Pea' Jaciiew, Derby?, Overcoats, Pant*; 'Ve
Ladles' ?bawls and Lats, ,Hali Hose,. Si
Thread, Ac. .
.? " ' AIM, .".'.?.sq-- o M;.
A line line of Hen's and Boja' Wogi
?HATS, .... :.,. . ,. .. 'nov
Br J. FHjt?Efi llAamW^i.ir^
BUILDING LOT ON i SULLIVAN'S IS
?rf ?i?ntu'A .. LABI)... " ?. . ^ '
Will be sold on TUESDAY, December ?d', near
the Pnstofflce,at n o'clock,'.' ' .?. ./st-ic;?,*
LOT No. 102. Hone's Plat oj Snui van's .Island,
on south side of fiddle street, being'secoi.d Lot
?ast of Kort Monti rn; containing aoouc half SA
acre, more OF le-a. fa :- .; f . .
Terms cash. Purchaser to 'pay me for papers.
I10V20-WSmWfrn6 c ? -lyn
~ Dy LOWNDES & GRLHBALL,
^,tnn \n AweUon???... .
S~ ALB OF. 'VALU4Btfe',f PROPERTY
near Mount Pleasant. William Lncas'vA'B.
8. VennlBg.- - ; ' ? ' ' ?oo?w ..! ; :;_.,?i, ?,},?..
lo purbuance?f an order of sale In the anote
case, to me directed by the Hon. R. P. Graham,
Ju' ge of the Ptrst Circuit; 1 will offer for sue,.ar.
Bnbllo ancUoa. on THURSDAY, the 1 un day of
ecember, 1872, at the Postoffloe, charleston, at
ll O'ClOOk A- M., . ; . . . rfj ,
? AU that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND
known as the Green wloh Mills property, ii tn atea
in Christ Church Parish near the-Town of Mount
Pleasant, containing about ?Ol ?o-loo aire?, m-r >
or less, with metes and boonda as laid down on a
Plat of the said lands, mad? bv winiam Hume
November 2ist, 1859. and recoi dad lo Plat Boot
A, No. 1, page 76, offloe Reguuer er Mes ?J e Con?
veyance for Cnarleston-County, which pioperty
ls ezolaslve of the iou mar sed OB . said. pj*$ as A,
B. C. D, E, F, G. H. L JandQ. , . " J
The said plat may be er^mtned dtlly at the of?
fley of Messrs. Lowndes A orimbad. aucwooesffc
Broad street. In case no bid should be made for -
i he whole property, equal to the amount bow~dae
upon th? bona of the defendant with the cost* of
the action, the property win then be offered la
lots M laid down in said plat
Terms-One half caah ; balance In oneyear, with
interest from day of t aie, secured by bona of joe
oarcnaser or purchasers, with mortgage of tbs
premises. Purchaser to pav MWNU tor paparr. -
G. HERBERT SASS. ,
novaL27,deci,ll,ia ', Befftrpk 1
SALE, OF .VALUABLE REAL EST?TE.
i wm sell on Sales-day.' n December, nen at
Greenviue Courthouse, - WIV.T
The Firm known as the BROOKS FARM, lying
Sartly within the incorporate limits of the City of
reenville, on -the Augusta road.1 lt contales
about one hundred and eight v acres, part of Ula
a high state of cultivation ; well ada p ted. to grain
and cotton; tine orchard of peach irees; *- rr :'
The House ls a large two-story ?ne, wi th ..ten.
rooms, with nre -places, large stables and Barna,
with double Brick Kitchen,-and three double
framed Cabins. - ? 't?Ci -.- -n-.f ,vTJ
. It 14 one of the moat desirable places cir ?red for.
sale in this county. .?
Terma-Ooe-haif cash, the balance on a ereditr
or twelve months, with interest at ten .per. essa.
Purchaser to give bond and mortgase to mom
the purchase money. '?? . T. c. GOWER, Agent. '
Green vuie. S.o., November .lp. 1S73. novaa-^ .,
Tinctjotutn' Ihriiiate Bali*, #k.
By J. FRASER MATHE VTOL, ,
No. 30 Broad street.
KALMIA RESIDENCE AND Li SDH,
cearAiken. ? ; -
AI Private Sale.the HOMESTEAD of the lat?
Wm. Gregg, situated at Kalmia, two miles Iron.
Aiken. Tn? House contains flfteen rooms ?od
modern convenience?. I na iud log ga?. .Tao. Tja?
contains five huodred acres, more or lesa, with
extensive sud oeautlfni gronnds, green-fc'oTise.
orchards, Ao. Large accommodaxtoos for serv?
ants and horses.. .:. _.... noyao-wfa,
By ALONZO J. WAITE ? SOW? - ;
WHARF LOT;: CONCORD STREET,
Extending toChannel O^rRIrey,. ^,
Will be sold at Private Sale, that eligibly locat?
ed WHARP LOT, on east sMe-Concord1 stree?. .
. between Hamlin A Fairchild's wharf and Bun tor's,
wharf; m-aauring 125 feet trout oa Ccncora
Btreet to Channel Cooper River. 1 * t?f . ?
For paraoalars apply aw above. ;. noyMHWBWfc 0
By W. T. LEITCH ?k R, ?,BielTBS,.! 1
FOR SALE OR RENT, HANDSOME*
RESIDENCE at Sul?ine?v.nie, with flue Out
buildings; Lot containing-Otww- more acresi or
Land. Distance from .Railroad Depot about Ave
minutes'walk. Residence or the late li EJOD
SfjirtG ano ^nrniB?inri ?aoo?.
C O TT9?
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE >n
CIIAItl.I^TOTV, H. C. . '
B '?a .
888 :7t* ta r
BBSS .' '
SSSSSSSS SSSSSS8S. -sx[
SSSSSS OPflTT'C SSS8S8
H 888 ?L?Ul I ?>88S8S
sss SHIRTlis .
ssss . ssss
8SSS8 ' 88S88
SS8SS8 EMPORIUM &38SS8
SSSSSSSS, . SSSSSSSS . ,i
S88SS8SSSS ' *
SSSSS ' -
SS - ?.
[ j S ........ -^.^ ^..^z
The Proprietor or the above Establishment L i -
Just returned from New York with a new and
well selected stock or the Oeleorated
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
ALSO, A FDtl. ASSORTMENT OF]
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING Gf?ODS,
UNDER WE AP,
I Shaker Flannel, Wool and Merino, Cotton Flan*
' nei, Shirts and Drawers, all grades and an sixes. 1
English Merino and Cotton Half Hose.
, Also, a fnll selection of the latest Novelties tn
English Windsor Scarfs, Marquise Scarfs,
Lord Stanley Scarfs, Livingston cravats.
Chancellor Scarfs, Bows and Ties. -
Gray's PAPER COLLARS of all descriptions.
Walking Canes and Umbrellas.
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
griing, Crotkerg, #c> ..,'."*;'H".
IJBJNTTGLASS MD CEOCXEBT,
AT THE OLD STAND,
ETNO STREET, CORNER OF LIBERTY STREET.
The Subscriber would respectfully inform m?
friends and the public tha> his stock ls now com?
plete lu CHINA, GLAS* AND CROCKERY. Plain
White add Fancy China; Glass and Fancy China
GOO?SV Lamps, Shades. Au., Ac
octio-thstusmos R. H. MCDOWELL, Agent, .