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ia thia the end of ail r he se years ?
Most we De strangers now, we two?
Find yon such sweetness in my tears
?-That yon s heal d choose this thing to do ?
That yon should smite me, un a wares,
And hate me when yon find me troc?
?s this the frnit your loving bears ?.
I had not thought so Ul of yon '
Ah l looking deep into your eyes,
I thoueht to read yon through and through;.
Ah I listening to yonr low replies.
How confidence and fealty grew;
Remembering 'tis your hand that tries
Oar ancient compact to nndo,
My blood Is frozen with surprise
I had not thong ht so 111 of you !
Perhaps a prouder heart than mine
Might lift a face of brighter hue;
Perhaps a bitterer heart than mine
Might wish some evil fate to yon;
Perhaps a harder heart than mine
By word or deed might make yon rue;
Bat I shah leave yon this one sign :
1 had not thought so 111 of yon !
THY. CAMPAIGN NEWS.
Greeley Against Grant-A Paper for
The Presidential Campaign for 1872 has
opened. It will be the most exciting that
the country has ever known. The issues in?
volved are extraordinary in character, and
come directly home to every citizen. The
overthrow of Grant and the election of
Greeley mean Honesty and iteform in the
National Administration, the triumph of Law
and the restoration of Peace and Harmony
tnronghoat oar land, and a return to the
fundamental principles of government which
prevailed in the better days of th a Re?
The most intense interest will naturally
be felt in the progress and result of the
struggle, especially in the South, where the
material prosperity of the people and t?eir j
relief from organized persecution and rob?
bery are involved. We mean that THE
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RIORDAN, DAWSON & Co.,
RADICAL RIOTS IN GEORGETOWN.
A Member of thc Legislature Lead* the
Rioters-Attempts to Barn the Town
Disorganization of the Fire Depart,
The Georgetown Times describes a disgrace?
ful riot In that town. On Friday night, some
scoundrel tried to set Are to the place with a
turpentine barrel, but failed. On Saturday a
tar barrel was fired near George Holland's
house. This was put out without the aid of
the Are companies, which were promptly on
the ground. They were dismissed by the
chief of the fire department, and ordered by
him to their quarters. The Hesto.i Company
did not obey the orders ol the chief, but went
about the town, stopping where liquor could
be had, and Inblblng very freely. The result
was, that night was made hideous by the
drunken screams of an intoxicated mob,
whose' foul, obscene and ribald language
would have disgraced the neighborhood of
the Tombs. Shortly after they bad repaired
to the house ot Hon. W. H. Jones, Jr.,
nominally the second, but really the first,
officer in command of the company, the cry of J
fire was raised almost simultaneously In a
dozen different paris of the town, and one of j
its members was found rushing to the market
to ring the alarm bell. We leave the public to
conjecture who were the guilty parties who
set fire to the schoolhouse ol Mrs. Small,
which was the building on fire. The alarm
called together the Heston, the Star and the
Salamander Hook and Ladder Companies. It
seems that there is some bad blood between
the two first named companies, and the scene
?>resented at one o'clo.k on Sunday morning
sat at the place of fire would seem to jus?
tify the belief that there was not only bad
blood between the companies, but an utter
disregard of the interests of che community.
Instead of employing themselves In putting
out the fire, the two companies amused them?
selves In a free fight, in which one was badly
beaten, another stabbed, and others bruised.
In this time, Representative Jones, a magis
trate sworn to keep the peace, instead of using
als Influence and exercising the powers which
the law conferred on him, was the most con?
spicuous figure lo the group, with coat off and
revolver in hand, encouraging in coarse, vul?
gar and Indecent language, a continued viola?
tion of law and good order.
CHARLESTON COUNTY TAX SALES.
The following pieces of real estate were
Knocked down to the State oe Saturday:
Cain, *B. H., house and lot, Meeting
Cain, R. H., vacant lot, Meeting street.. 14 82
Cameron, Duncan, house and lot, 24
Spring street.Cl 95
Clark, Estate Charles, vacant lot, Anson
street. 18 33
Corcoran, T. D, houso and lot, 80 Amer?
ica street ."... 36 23
Corcoran, Margaret, building, 5 Nassau
street. io 45
Corcoran, Mrs. Mary, house and lot, 147
King street. 43 05
Cromwell. Estate S. T., house and lot, J7
Franklin street. 5? 84
Cromwell, Estate S. T., house and lor,
19 Franklin street. 72 98
Cromwell, Estate S. T.. house and lot,
4 to 12 Cromwell's Terrace. 59 84
Cromwell, Estate S. T., house and lot, 3
Cromwell's Terrace. 17 86
Davis, John, bouse and lot, 216 Meeting
street. 50 67
Dickenson, T. W., trustee, house and lot,
2 Trum bo's court. 36 49
Donohoe, Michael, trustee, house and I
lot, 8 Stoll's alley. 46 72
Earley, Edward, house and lot, 1 Smith
street. 50 28
Edmonston, Estate L. A., house and lot,
Fludd street. 42 88
Edmonston, Estate L. A., house and lot,
Huger street. 43 25
Esther, Mrs. B., house and lot, Farr
street. U 55
-England paid the United States last year
for-^cotton $184,000,000, and making this up
into fabrics she cleared $188,000,000 of net pro?
fit, more than doubling her money.
BT THE SAD SEA WAVES.
Sights ot Long Branch-All About Surf
The season at Long Branch is now at Its
height. A correspondent ol the New York
The bathing ls Huperb, and is participated in
by old and young with intense satisfaction.
Sea bathing, at the right time and under the
right circumstances, is undoubtedly the finest
alterative in the world. It restores the tone
ot the whole system, and stimulates to activi?
ty every sense and laculty. Jaded, care-worn
men come down here, plunge Into the surf,
and come out younger by twenty years. To
women lt ls an elixir of youth and beauty.
Not at first, according to the crude notion
they have of beaut}', for lt reddens and tans
somewhat, and not unfrequently develops any
latent tendency to eruptive diseases, but per?
severe beyond that, and the complexion ob?
tains a clearness and brilliancy which lt never
The usual hours for promiscuous bathing are
from eleven till two, but men go In more or
less during the whole twenty-four. This morn?
ing an immense number ot persons, of both
sexes and all ages, took advantage of the fine
condition ot the surf, and rollicked in it to
their heart's content. Watching the young?
sters tumbling In and out among the waves,
rolling in the sand, then plunging into the
white surf, wild with fun and excitement, one
could but wish that the humanitarians who
are getting up the monster excursions for stray
children would collect the little gamins of
New York, bring them here, and give them
one clean ocean bath. How mightily they
would enjoy it.
It looks very queer to see a crowd of men
and women bathing together, until you get
used to it. and then you do not mind it at all.
In the water they all look alike, and lt ls some?
times difficult to tell which ls which when they
come out of it. AS tor "becoming" bathing
costumes, any old bather, male or female,
would laugh at the Idea. The elongated rat,
set upon two feet, and thoroughly drenched,
gives as near a conception as one can get of
the human form divine clad In an ordinary
bathing dress and fairly emerged from thesalt
sea waves, with the loss ot the frightful blt of
head-gear known as a bathing hat.
Dry It may have been a charming blonde or
a lovely brunette In a regulation costume of
soft gray or marine-blue Berge, and crowned
with the approved Nantucket head-covering,
which is a shallow chopplng-bowl made o?
coarse straw and tied down upon the head.
But Bait walter ls exceedingly democratic; it
does not quite reduce everything to a level,
lor gentlemen say a lady can be distinguished
even while taking an ocean bath, but lt ren?
ders it difficult to tell blondes from brunettes,
and even men irom women.
There has been no real change In the style
of bathing costume for the past ten years, nor
ls lt necessary. Of course the things "to let,"
though designed upon the same general prin?
ciple, are hideous, but lt Is because the mate?
rial Is coarse and common, the cut bad, the
making worse, the tit a mile to wide for
shrunken shanks, a mile too small for plump
Ladles who wish to really enjoy their salt
water baths should purchase an outfit at Union
Adams's, six hundred and something Broad?
way, before coming down here. The suit con?
sists of trousers and blouse of serge or twilled
flannel, trimmed with flat braid In a contrast?
ing color, and Includes shoes made of white
sailcloth, an oilskin cap or Nantucket chip
bat-all for nine or ten dollars.
Young ladies who study the picturesque will
And ash-grar trimmed with scarlet, or marine
blue with white, wltn very light, creamy chip
hats, (broad braid,) best calculated to produce
a sensation among the loungers on the beach.
JOTTINGS ABOUT TBE STATE.
-Judge Aldrich dellved a lecture on the
Past and Future before the Cheraw Lyceum
on the 17th.
-Columbia is rebuilding rapidly. More
buildings have already been erected than
were destroyed by Sherman, and the work
still goes on rapidly.
-The Governor has pardoned Charles Hyat t,
of Marlon County, who was convicted of assault
and battery, and sentenced to the penitentiary
for three years, at the Juoe term of the court,
1870, by Judge Rutland. The pardon is grant?
ed on the strongest kind of recommend ut:
-Mr. W. H. Cam mer's residence at Green?
ville, S. C., caught on fire on Saturday, at 3
o'clock A. M. The family came very near be?
ing burned up. Everything was consumed
not even a garment was saved. The noose
had jeen refitted and lurnlsbed-everything
new. All an entire loss; no insurance.
-Mr. W. McGanlty, while attending a Sun?
day-school celebration at Union Church, about
thirteen miles lrom Chester, was kicked by a
horse and so seriously Injured that he died be?
fore he could be removed. Mr. McG. was an
estimable citizen ol Chester County and an of?
ficer of one ot the Sunday-schools represent?
ed at the celebration, and the occurrence cast
a gloom over the feeilvltles of the occasion.
-The taboath-school Convention of the
S. C. Presbytery will be held In the Presby?
terian Church, Litirensvllle. on the 1st, 2d and
3d days of August next. The convention will
be opened with a sermon Tuesday evening, at
8 o'clock. Al: the Sabbath-schools under the
care of the S. C. Presbytery are expected to
Bend delegates. The session ol the convention
will be open to the public, and all friends to
tb*1 cause of Sabbath-schools are respectlullv
Invited to attend.
THE GEO WING CROES.
The Wlnnsboro1 News says : "Cotton Is
growing finely, and everything promises well."
The Anderson Intelligencer says: "Since our
last Issue we have had some dry days, much
to the relief ol farmers, who were forced to
commence operations against General Green.
We have not heard of any great damage done
in this county by the recent heavy raina."
The Lancaster Ledger says: "The reports
from the crops in this county continue to be
good. Cotton and corn ure represented as
being the best for a number of years. Good
seasons continue. The only drawback to our
prosperity now is the caterpillars of the pub?
dlotrjittg; ffiailorinfi, &t.
O L O TH I TV G-!
MENKE & MULLER.
NO. 323 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS BELOW LIBERTY STREET,
Respectfully announce to
their friends and the public
that they haT . marked down
their entire Stock of Fine
CLOTHING and FURNISHING
GOODS to aotual New York
cost, preparatory to removal,
on the first of September next,
AT THE CORNER OF KINO AND WENTWORTH
THE PRESENT STOCK MUST BE
CLOSED OUT, AND THEY SOLIC IT
A CALL AND AN EXAMINATION OF
THEIR COODS AND PRICES.
jyjTOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE
Highest Cash Price paid for WOOL, WAX
Hides, Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinds or
Dealers In COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
Pig iron. mayzo-mwriyr
Drrj ?ocfj?, Sf t.
A.T LOW PRICES!
In order to insure uniformity as well as LOW
PRICES, the subscriber begs to give notice that
his STORE WILL BE OLOSED MONDAY, 29th
Instant, when a further careful REDUCTION OF
PRIDES will be made, and the Stock ready for
sale the day following.
Juiy29-5 NO. 252 KING STREET.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
The subscriber takes this opportunity to an?
nounce his Intention or giving np the DuY
GOODS BUSINESS, and will sell off the Stock of
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
FOB CASH ONLY.
A rare opportunity is now offered to purchase
all kinds or DRY GOODS
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
The -rock ts now being MARKED DOWN, and
will be sold off as rapidly as possible.
A. B. STILLMAN,
NO. 281 RING STREET,
Fonrth Door Below Wentworth street.
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1 H 9
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Cigars. Coimrco. ?c.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE,
No. 310 KINO STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO of all kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examine stock before buying else
WILLIAM SCHRODER., Proprietor.
N. B.-The Wheel of Fortuno constantly on
band. In vest 26 cents and try your lack.
KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME.
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
DEPARTMENT OF SOUTH CAROLINA:
HAY & HAGO OD, General Agents.
JOHN H. SIMONS, Local Agent.
TOTAL ASSETS.$3,613,153 50
TOTAL LIABILITIES. 3,346,516 05
SURPLUS. $366,637 45
PURELY MUTUAL. NO STOCK. EARNINGS RETURNED TO POLICY-HOLDERS. POLI?
CIES NON-FORPEirABLE APTER TWO ANNUAL PAYMENTS.
EXTRACT FROM THB CHARTER:
SECTION 61. "The net present valno or the liabilities or the Company under policies Issued to
members or each Department, aa fixed by the standard valuation or the Company, SH A LL BE IN?
VESTED AND KEPT INVESTED WITHIN S?OH DEPARTMENT," which makes lt strictly a
taking the place of the "Policy-holders'Lire and Tontine Assurance Company or the South," whose
Policy-holders have become members or the Association, sad are entitled to equal benefits with lti
The foilowlner gentlemen have been selected from among the Trustees or the Policy-holder's Com?
pany and others who hold policies to the amount of SlO.ooo In the LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA,
a* Trustees of thlB Department :
WILLIAM MCBURNEY, EDWARD McCRADY, JR., GEORGE E. BOGGS,
HENRY E. YOUNG, B. H. RUTLEDGE. JOHN R. DUKES.
JOHN B. STEELE. THEODORE G. BARKER, C. IRVINE WALKER,
LEWIS D. MOWRY. WM. K. RYAN, WM. J. MIDLLETON,
AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE, T. D. EASON. R. G. CHISOLM,
A. G. MAGRATH, E. N. THURSTON, . C. A. CHISOLM,
W. G. WHILDEN, G. W. AIMAR, C. F. PANKNIN,
H. T. PEAKE, W. P. HOLMES, N. A. PRATL
E. W. MOISE. J. H. WILSON, W. C. BEE.
A. S. JOHNSTON, CHARLES WEBB, C. H. SMONTON,
JOHN T. DARBY, WM. M. SHANNON, T. H. ZIMMERMAN,
J. B. MOORE, R. B. CUNINGHAM, W. A. CLARK,
J. L. BLACK.
Tho Department Board, upon whom devolves the general management of the business and In?
vestment or the rands or the Company In the State or south Carolina, are: v
WILLIAM MCBURNEY, President; L. D. MOWRY, Vice President; A. S. JOHNSTON, Treasurer;
GEORGE E. ROGO*. Secretary; c. H. SIMONTON, Attorney; R. A. KINLOCH, M. D.. Medical Officer;
W. 0. BEE. JOHN R. BOKES. W K.RYAN, W. G. WHIL?EN, T. G. BARKER, JAMES H. WILSON,
A. T. SMYTHE, C. IRVINE WALKER, 0. F. PANKNIN and G. W. AIMAR. JalylOfmwDiOlmo
Drogo ano M?AaruB.
ALF. LABARRAQUE AND Co
Approved by the Imperial Academy
The Qainlnm Labarraque is an eminently
tonic and febrifuge Wine, destined to replace
all the other preparations of Peruvian Bark
The Bark Wines usually employed inme
dicine arc prepared from Barks which vary
considerably in the degree to which they
possess the desired properties. Besides,
owing to the manner in which they are pre?
pared, these Wines contain scarcely more
than the traces of active principles, and
these always in variable proportions.
The Qainiam Labarraqne, approved by
the Academy of Medicine, constitutes, on the
contrary, a m?decine of determined compo?
sition, rich in active principles, and on wich
Physicians and Patients can always rely.
The Quintain Labarraque is prescribed
with great success lor persons of weak con
ti tut inn, or for those debilitated by various
exhausting causes or past sickness; for youths
fatigued by too rapid growth; for young
girls whose development lakes place with
difficulty; for women in childbirth; and for
aged persons enfeebled by years or illness.
lt is the best preservative against Fevers.
In cases ol'Chlorosis, Anemia. orGreensik
ness, this Wine is a powerful auxiliary of
thc ferruginous pr?parai ions. In conjunction,
for example, w itli VALUT*! PIUS, the rapidi?
ty of its action is really marvellous.
Depot ia Pana. FRERE, 19, rneJicob.
j Agents in Charleston: Do WIE, MOISE
L^A- DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists.
BUGS AND MEDICINES,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DB. H. BAER, NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.,
Invites attention to the following Preparations
of his own Manufacture:
THE CELEBRATED GERMAN SOOTHING
CORDIAL, FOR INFANT8 TEETHING.
This ls the best Medicine for Infants and yoong
Oblldrcn ever offered to th? public, lt ls care?
fully prepared from the best Drugs, according to
a prescription furnlstied by a distinguished Ger?
man Physician of lanie and successful practice,
and has been tried and approved by many uf our
best physicians. It ls specially adapted to the
diseases Incident to childhood during the trying
period of Teething, and recommends ltse.r for the
cure of Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Colic, Griping In
the Bowels, Summer complaint, Ac. It contains
no Anodyne or other injurions Drug, and should,
therefore, be preferred to the >oothlng Syrups
that now (loud the market, which are known to
contain Opium, and are, enere ore, more or lesa
injurious. Thousands of children are murdered
annually by ,-ootuing Syrups; in some cases, thia
fact has been published in me newspapers, where
the physician In attendance ao stated In his death
certificate. In the numerous other cases, where
the Innocents are murdered by this modern
Herod of trie Nursery, rho canse ls laid to a thous?
and other causes-to all but the right one.
Mothers, bear this in mind, and use the German
Soothing Cordial, which is safe, efficient and
satisfactory. Do not fall to try a bottle at unce I
The soothing cordial ls also an excellent Tonic,
admirably adapted In cases of Debility-giving
tone to the system, recuperating the strength,
and restoring the appetite.
Price 36 cents a buttle.
EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC.
This ls no Dye, bur, a Tonio and Hair Dressing
keeps che scalp clean, and promotes the growth
of the Hair; contains no Nitrate or Silver, no Sul?
phur, no Sugar or Lead, and no other Injurions
Drug. Try lt. Only 60 cents a bottle.
DR. BARR'S IMPROVED VEGETABLE
The proprietor of these Pills confidently be?
lieves that he has succeeded, by a skilful com?
bination of vegetable remedies, In producing a
preparation that will bring health and happiness
to the un fort unate Bufferer. In the following dis?
eases, they have been used by thousands with
most wonderful success: Bilious Disorders and
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head?
ache, Costiveness, Loss or Appetite, Neuralgia,
Dropsy, Dysentery, Piles, Diseases of the skin,
Pain In trie side, Back and Limos, Sick Headache,
and all derangements of the stomach.
These Pills may be taken with perfect safety by
any person and iii all situations m life. No family
Bhontd be without them.
Price 26 cents a box.
For Cleaning Clothes and taking oat a reas o Spots.
Price 36 cents a box.
A Uoeral discount to the trade on all the above
Dr. BAER ls Agent for the sale or
The best Instrument of the kind In nae.
NATT AN'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
(Advertised In another part of THB Nxws.)
PROF. WUNDRAM'S GERMAN REMEDIES
For Rheumatism, oom, Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, Asthma, Ac, Ao.
W. R. WARNER & CO.'S ELEGANT AND
(Advertised In another part of Tax Nxws.)
These preparations, comprising valuable reme?
dies for almost every disease, are dally gaining la
favor at the Sonth, while, in the North and West,
they have for some years enjoyed a large reputa?
tion and extensive sale. The folio wing are some
of the best known:
Comp. Extract of CANCER PLANT.
Hydrated Oxymel, for cough, Ac.
Strengthening Tonic of Peru.
Ethereal Phosphorus, (for weakness, Nerve Ex?
haustion, Impotence, Ac.)
Amaranth for the Hair.
Victoria Regla tor the complexion.
May-apple Pills. I
jElanthns Extract, (for Epilepsy, Fits, Ac)
Always on hand a full assortment of Drags,
Medicines, chemicals, Pategt Medicines-Domes?
tic and Imported; Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Ac,
all of which will be Bold at loweat market rates,
sample Orders solicited from the trade
A rmi assortment always on hand.
The Great Sonth American cancer Remedy.
2Drtig0 at UJIjoleeale.
FOR MAN AND BEAST.
This Llnament has gained a lasting reputation
where lt has been nsed in most cases which re?
quire an external remedy, each as Rheumatism,
soreness and Swelling of the Breast, Fain and
Weakness In the Back and Joints, Sprains,
Brumes, Cramps, Numbness, Frozen Limbs, Bites
of Insects, Old Sores, Fever Sores, Goitre or
Swelled NecR, Paralysis, Wounds, Erysipelas,
Bites or Reptilen, Headache, White swellings,
Poison, Burns, all Swellings, Salt Rheum, Cums,
Warts, Sore Eyes, Run Rounds, Ac, ac.
It la warranted to cure Lameness, Spavin, Big
Head, Big Jaw. Founder, Sprains or the Shoulder,
Leg. BUCK, Sinews, Fetlock, Si lile Joint and Hock
Joint, Splints, Wind Galls, Ringbone, String Halt,
Swelled Legs, Cracked Heels, Thrush, Poll Evil,
Saddle Galls, Old Sores, strains or the Round
Bone and other Joints, Enlargement or the Bsck
Joint, and all Diseases of Horses which are caus?
ed by Inflammation or the M?seles.
CHARLESTON, S. 0., Jane 17,1872.
Messrs. DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS :
Gentlemen-I have nsed a number or bottles of
your 0jilter's Remedy lor Horses, and from my
experience believe lt to be the best Liniment
ever offered to the public. I have had for the
past eleven years a Btubborn case or t-a.lt Rheum
or Tetter on my bead and arm, which has been
treated by the moat skilled Physicians or Georgia
and sou i h carolina wlthoBt success. Two bottles
or Col ler's Remedy has effectually cured me.
Proprle or Livery Stables. No, 148 Meeting street,
Opposite Pavilion Hotel.
LOUISVILLE, KT., May 1800.
iSAio COLLIER, Esq., Glasgow 0. H., Barren
I take great pleasure lu recommending Collier's
Remedy as an almost lndlspencable article, and
very valuable to all who own or have charge of
stock. It la the bene 1 have ever used for sprains,
Sores, or dalis on Horses, some or the mea con?
nected with the Company have used it for severe
Bums and Sores as well as Rheumatic Pains, and
for Btulses, Ac, and all say lt acts like magic. lu
Scratches on Horses lt ls Invaluable. We use no
other Liniment, J. K. BURNS,
For Adams's Express Company.
F. A. MINOR, of York Connty, S. C., writes us,
under date of october, 1869, as fohows : "My
horse was considered worthless, (hts case was
Spavin) but since" tho free use of your Collier's
Remedy I Have sold him for $160. Your remedy
is doing wonders np here on man and beast.
DIAMOND HILL, ABBEVILLE DIST., B. C., )
June 7,1870. j
Meaars. DOWIE. MOISE A DAVIS, charleston, s. C. :
Gentlemen-The box ol drug? ordered cn 3lst
May not arrived yet. We are anxiously awaiting
lt, particularly the Collier's Remedy. We have
had twenty cai;.- for lt la the lase twenty days.
lt ls decidedly the nest medicine mat ever was
compouuded Tor what lt professes to do. It has
been used In this vicinity fur Rheumatism, and
has proved more effectual than anything ci-e.
Dr. G. F. S-cured himself or a baa case of
Rheumatism by the ase or two hortles. He hus
been laid up over three months. He IB now able to
practice again. Many certificates can be procured
In this vicinity, and we write this from a sense of
duty to you. KAHN A MCADAM.
DOWIE, MOISE 8L DAVIS,
PROPRIETORS, Charleston, S. 0.
DO NOT STORM THE SYSTEM, WHEN
disordered, with violent cathartics that
rack and tear and weaken the unfortunate Inva?
lid, thereby assisting the compla nt, whatever lt
may be, to prostrate the vitality which ls the
natural antagonist or disease. Tone the stomach,
relieve the bowels, regulate the ifrer, an? refresh
the nerves with
Tarrant'? Effcrve?cent Seltzer Aperient,
when the first symptoms of illness are experi?
enced. A more deilgntfal effervescent draught ls
not to be found among oar thirst-quenchmg sum?
mer beverages, and a more potent remedy for
dyspepsia biliousness, constipation, nervous
headache, colic and general debility does not
exist. Sold by all druggists._july21-12
Doors, 5as\)ts ana D?nas
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Sealer ia
SASHES AND BLINDS,
STORE DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
MOULDINGS, WINDOW GLASS,
NEWELS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
BALUSTERS, SLATE MANTELS.
OFFICE AND SALESROOMS,
No. 20 Hayne street,
FACTORY, H ORLR EC K'S WHARF
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, S. G.. Hay 19, 1872.
On and after SUNDAY, May 19, ene Passen?
ger Trains on the Sonth Carolina Railroad will run
aa follows :
Leave Charleston.8.10 A H
Arrive at Angosta.4.26 r M
Leave Charleston.8.10 A H
Arrive at Columbia.4.06 r M
Leave Augusta.7.40 A M
Arrive at Charleston. 3.20 r M
Leave Columbia.7.40 A M
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 F M
AUGUSTA MIGHT KXFBBB6.
Leave Charleston.7.20 F M
Arrive at Augusta.6.00 A M
Leave Angosta.-.7.40 F *
Arrive at Charleston.6.46 A II
COLUMBIA NIGHT BXPBiSS.
Leave Charleston. 8.20 F M
Arrive at columbia.6.40 A II
Leave columbia.6.60 F M
Arrive at Charleston.6.66 A M
Leave Summerville at. 7.26 A li
Arrive at charleston at.8.46 A II
Leave Charleston at.8.80 p u
Arrive at sommerville at.4.46 F II
Leave Camden..6.16 A M
Arrive at Colombia.10.40 A M
Leave colombia.1.46 r M
Arrive at Camden.e.26 p M
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta wirb
Macon and Augusta Railroad, Centrai Railroad
and Georgia Railroad. This ls the quickest and
most direct route and as comfortable and cheap as
any oi her route to Louisville, Cincinnati. Chicago,
st. Louis and all other points West and Northwest.
Columbia Nlgnt Train connects with Greenvale
and Colombia Railroad ; and Day and Night Trains
connect with Charlotte ? ?ad.
Throagh tickets on sale via this route to all
Camden Tram connects at Ringville dally (ex?
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
runs through to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
a B. PIORENS. G. T. A._janlO
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, June 1, 1872.
EXCURS'ON TIOKETS to Greenville, Anderson
and Walhalla have been pur. on sale TO-DAY, and
will continue on sale natu ist September.
Good to return until 1st November.
Baggage checked through.
Price to Greenville and Return $17 80.
Price to Anderson and Return $16 70.
Price to Walhalla and Return $19 80.
Price to Spartanbarg and Retara $15 80.
Excursion Tickets also on sale to Oatoosa
Springs (Qa.)-price $24.
The above Tickets on sale at the Line street
Depot, and at the Charleston Hotel.
S. B. PICK-ENS, A. L. TYLER,
joni_G. T. A._vice-President.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD OOM
CHARLESTON, S. C., Juno 8, 1872.
Tra?na will leave charleston Dally at 10.16 A. M.
and 8.00 P. M.
Arrive at charleston 6.00 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 3 P.M.
Tram does not leave Charleston 8.00 P. M., SUN?
Train leavlnglO.16 A. M. makes throagh connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acqola
Creek only, going throngh In 44 hours.
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P.M. Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY In Bal
tlmore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN?
DAY In Wilmington, N. C.
This le the cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant route to Cincinnati. Chicago and other points
West and Northwest, both Trains making con?
nections at Washington with Western Trama of
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. '
S. S. SOLOMONS.
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. OLEAPOR, Gen. Ticket Agent. may21
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, Jane 13, 1872.
'On and after MONDAY, Jone 17th, the Pas
songer Trains on this Road will ran as follows:
Leave Charleston dally.8.80 P. M.
Arrive at savannah dally. 9.45 P. M.
Leave Savannah dally.H.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston dally. 7 A. M.
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 7.40 A. M
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted. 8.30 P. M.
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted... ll A. M.
Arrive at charleston, Sundays exe'ted. 6.60 P.M.
Passengers from Charleston by 3.80 P. M. train
make dose connection with Port Royal Railroad
for Beaufort, (Sundays excepted.)
Frelgnt forwarded dally on through bills of lad?
ing to points In Florida and by Savannah line of
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
freights for Beaofort and points on Port Royal
Railroad and ai. as low rates as by any other line.
Tickets on sale at thia office for Beaufort over
Port Royal Railroad. C. S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent
8. O. BOYLSTO>i. Gen'! Ft. and Ticket Agent.
Sl]irts ano ?fnrnial)ing ?coos.
ENGLISH AND BALBRIGGAN
GAUZE, MERINO, SILE AND THREAD
WINDSOR SCARFS, BOWS & TIES.
COLLARS AND CUFFS
IN GREAT VARIETY,
WITH THE LATEST PRODUCTIONS OF
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE THE MARKET HALL
rjl T. CHAPEAU & CO.,
DEALERS AND DISTILLERS OF
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN
OFFICE NO. 173 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
The highest prices paid for crude.
?JH AS. LI EBEN ROOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Lin
and Meeting streets.
^.Highest prices paid in Cash for Crude Torpei
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENC
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERAT
By J. L. LUNSFORD,
feb? arait? Street, north of Wentworth?
Br WM. MCKAT.
ESTATE SALE, BT OEDER OF ADMIN?
ISTRATOR, Of toe ENTIRE STOCK of S
first-class Cona try Dry Goods Store.-Will sell
T3IS DAT, (Monday.) at bis Auction salesrooms.
No. 45 Went worro screed,, at 10 o'clock, REMNANT
PIECES floe Caasimeres, Beaver. Tweeds, Sati?
nets, Jeans, Cottonades, Tricots, Farmers' Satin,
Merinos, Alpacas, Dress Goods, Muslins, Poplins,
Prints, Shirtings. Brown Homespuns, shirts,
Drawer?, Ladies' Undergarment , Spencers,
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, force
monnaies, Braid, Buttons, Hats, Shoes, Coats,
Pants and Ladles' Dresses, Cutlery, Tinware,
Trunks, ftc, Ac Sale to be continued un fl goods
are disposed of. Terms cash._Jniy29
ASSIGNEE'S SALE.-IN THE DIS?
TRICT Court of the United States, for the
District of Sonth Carolina-in Banx-uptcy.-In
the matter of Robert Mar tm,a Bankrupt,ex parte, .
D. B. Olllllaad. Assignee.
By vlrtne of an order of sale In the above canse
to me directed, I will offer for sale, at rubllc Auc?
tion, to the highest bidder on TOESDAT, twenti?
eth (20th) day of August, 1872, at eleven iii)
o'clock A M., at the foot of Broad street, near the
Postofflce, lo the Oliy of Charleston,
The following RBAL E ?TATE of the above*
named Bankrupt, consisting of:
A PLANTATION OK Tn ACT OF LAND, in Barn?
well county, in this State, containing about four
thousand acres (400O,) more or tess, known as
the "Baldock" Tract, situated fourteen miles
southwest oi Barn wed Courthouse, on the Borton
Ferry Ruad, and on the waters of Bently Mortar
and Boggy Gut Branches, on the north touching
lands or a. B. Means, J. J. Carter and estate or
JesBle Miller, deceased, on the east on lands of
Keim WliaoB, Bradln Wilson, Parker wilson and
others; on the south on lands of W. B. Calhoun
and J. A. Mlms, and on the west by lands of A.
R. Lawton, fi om which lt ls, separated by the
Barnwell courthouse and Borton Ferry Road.
Tne Port Royal Road passes through this place.
There ls also on the place a Saw and Grist Mill,
with a mill pond, A depot of the Port Royal Rail?
road will prooably be erected a short distance
from the mill. There ls ai-o on the place a Marl
Bed containing, according to Bunin's Survey of
South Carolina, abont seventy per cent, of lune
Term-i of sale-One-half m cash or in approved
acceptances In theOlty of Charleston, payable
with bank rates of interest on the first day Decem?
ber next; remainder In one year, bearing interest
from tbe'day of sale, at the rate of seven per
cent, per annnm, secared by bond of the purchas?
er, witu a mortgage of the property. Purchaser
to pay me fur papers and stamps.
D. E. owLLILAND, Assignee.
Charleston. S. 0., July 28.1972. J my rt rn?
By GRUB US & WILLIAMS, .
Real Katata Agents and Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF THE RICHMOND
AND YORK RIVE H RAILROAD.
By virtue of two deeds of trust from the Rich?
mond and York River Railroad Company to the lat?
Wa H. Macfariand and the undersigned, dated
respectively the Qtn of September, 1869, and ruo
1st Oi January, 1888, the undersigned, surviving
trustees, will, on WEDNESDAY,-the : uh day of
August, 1872, ac 12 M., at the auction rooms of
Messrs. Grubbs A Wilhams, Richmond, Virginia,
sell by Pnollc Auction,
The WHOLE LINK OF RAILWAY Of the said
Company from the City of Richmond to West
Point, together with the Franchises of the said
Company, and the Equipments, Rolling stock,
Machine Shops, Depots, Water Stations, Road
tied,-Machinery, tolls, Easements, and every
other right, interest or estate conveyed by the
said deeds, excepting cnoses in action.
THE TERMS OF SALE
will be CASH sufficient to pay all me coats of ex?
ecuting the trusts of said deeds, and ?a pa v the
Interest on tho bonds outstanding under tar ueid
of 1869 aforesaid, estimated at about $86.ooo, ? id
then a cred.t un ll the lat of January, 1877, as to
$48,000, with Interest from the 1st of July, 1873,
at the race of 8 per cent per annnm, payable
semi-annually, and theo Cash sufficient to pay
the Interest dne on the bonds of the first-class
under the deed of 18S6 aforesaid, estimated at
about $62,000, and a credit until the lac of Janu?
ary, 1888 as to $800,000, with Interest at the rate
or 8 per cent, per annum from the 1st of July,
1872, payable semi annually, and then Cash suf?
ficient to pay the Interest due on the bonds of the
second class under the mortgage or 1880 afore?
said, estimated at about $i66,ooo, and then a
credit until 1st of January, 1877, as to $299,000,
with interest from the lac of Joly, 1872, at the
rate of 7 per cent, per annum, payable semi-an?
nually, and then a credit until the 1st of January,
1890, as to the residue of s .ch parchase money,
wim interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per an?
nnm. As to so much of the purchase money as
may be applicable co Che bonds, secared by the
deeds of crust aforesaid, the purchaser shall give
his bonds corresponding wich the BaM outstand?
ing bonds, and as co che residue ol saca parchase
money, Che purchaser shall give bis bond or
bonds, as may be determined upon arter the sale;
the purchaser's bonds to be secured by deed or
trust on the property and franchises sold.
Capitalises will uko notice that che effect of a
sale and conveyance by the undersigned will be
to extingu?an tho Company aforesaid, and make
the purchaser a body corporate. For furttier par?
ticulars, apply to Messieurs PAGE A MAURY,
Counsellors at Law, Richmond, Va.
R. H. MAURY,
J. PROSSER TABB,
?- Sale conducted by Mesara. GRUBBS A
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Holders ol che Mortgage Bonds aforesaid will
report ac onco to Messrs. PAGE A MAURY, Rich?
mond, Va., che number or Bonds held by them,
Che deed of trust by which chey are secured, the
amount or oaoh Bond, and the amount of interest
due. Holders or Detached Coupons will report as
above. R. H. MAURY,
J. PROSSER TABB,
JUD3 Surviving Trust?es.
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