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CHARLESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19. 187].
THE LA TE BISHOP DA VIS.
Resolution? of the Vestry of st. Helen?
Church, Beaufort, on the Death of
The venerated senior bishop of the diocese,
vfho lor many years so faithfully performed
the duties ol his office under great bodily in?
firmities, has boen removed, in the wise prov!
dence of God, from his labors in the church
on earth to t he high : and holler services of
thc temple above.
While he filled the office of bishop, there
was a dignified serenity and decision ot man?
ner, anda holy charity and venerable bearing
white presiding in the conventions of the dio?
cese, which promoted peace and unity, and
made all exhibitions of party feeling appear
intrusive and unseemly.
His early training In the legal profession Im?
parted a logical terseness and consecutiveness
to his preaching which always made it Impos?
ing and convincing.
The vestry ot St. Helena Church, Beaufort,
desiring to express, in the name of their dis?
persed and stricken congregation, (who have
so often enjoyed the visitations of their vener?
ated bishop,) their appreciation of his Chris?
tian character and example, and their e?ti-na?
tion of his holy and cons'stent life; therefore,
Resolved, That the congregation of St. Hele?
na Church, Beaufort, desire to place on record
their sense of the great loss which, in common
with the other churches of the diocese, they
have sustained In the death ot Bishop Davis.
Resolved, That a copy of these proceedings
be forwarded to the familv of the deceased,
with an expression of their deep sympathy
with them In the lr bereavement.
Resolved, That coplts be furnished THE
CHARLESTON DAILY NKWS and the Courier for
WM. ELLIOTT, 17. M. STCART. Sr.,
Secretary. Chairman of the Vestry.
[From tbe Liberal Review.]
There are a good many people in the world
who never give themselves a fair chance.
Their undoubted abilities and virtues remain
bidden even lrom themselves, und less woithy
men rush past them in the race of life. To
this class of beings belongs the muir. * * *
His speech may be a good one In Itself, being
full ot logical argument and brilliant rhetoric;
but lt will appear tame and inane, because
delivered badly. It is equally certain that he
makes a mess ol the dramatic performance in
which he ls engaged. He loses his cues, tor
gets his part, stammers and stumbles, and be?
trays his nerrousness by the awkwardness of
bis gait and bis sheepish appearance. In
every peal of laughter which ls Induced he
sees a masked foe. When people chuckle at
the "hits," he fancies they are laughing ut
him-as, no doubt, in many Instances, lucy
are. Whenever there is a murmur, he
feverishly imagines thal he has done some?
thing wrong, or that there ls something
amiss with his dress. And he has me
unfortunate knock of making it evident
to everybody tnut his mind is haunted by
these torturing doubts. Yet, lor all this, the
muff is by no means a fool. Give him work
which he can perform when no one is looking
on, and he will get through it successfully ana
creditably. He will make no attempt to shirk
it. He would rather be set a task thau set | I
himself one, for be readily recognizes the fact
that it Ts his mtssion to follow rather than io
lead. He is ever ready to support any reason?
able scheme, but it is rarely Indeed that be
comes out in the character of the proposer of
one. He has no fall h in lils own Individuality
or power, and so he likes to shift responsibility
on to stMi (lier shoulders than lus own. He is I 5
generally willing to do anything for everybody
A or anybody, but he must be looked well after, | ?
^ and kept up to the mark. His weakness of
character and his generosity are, of course,
traded upon lo a very large extent. He ls too 15
often mude the tool to help forward other | 6i
men's schemes, and his resources taxed tc an
undue extent. Wheu he ls so employed, he,
more frequently tnan not, never -gel s reward?
ed, for the simple reason ihut it is not known
what be bas done. Those who use him keep
their own counsel, and he, through causes
which will be evident, keeps his, too. He,
somehow or other, In aplin of ibis, manages
tr jog through the world very comfortably.
His is not one ot those active, ner?
vous te m pe mm en s which are miserable
unless constantly plunging Into iresh schemes,
and seeklog fresh fields in which to exercise
the talents they feel Ile within them. Ho is
Suite sa1 Isfled to simply Jog along doing his
uty. It is of such stuff as that of which muffs
are made, men are constituted who content?
edly remain a lifetime In one situation-who
are quite content to die in thc eamc place in
wbicn they were born, and under the same
^circumstances. The muff has his pleasures,
and he appreciates them. They are quiet
pleasures, out they are uone the less enjoy?
able for all that. He does not envy those who
enjoy life In a more noisy and brilliant fashion
than he does. He may, now and then, heave
a sigh, and wonder hovr it is that he was not
boru like such people, but the matter goes no
further. He is not Jealous, at any rate, and
very contentedly resigns himself to his posl
ti u. He ls only miserable when people take
advan'rgeol his weakness, and destroy his
self-possession by bullying and riding rough?
It ls olten a matter of surprise how many
muffs manage lo get married. But they fre?
quently do so. Doubtless, they eudure much
mental agony before the fal al step ls resolved
upon. But this can only be conjectured, for
the muff keeps matters very quiet until such
time as lt is publicly declared that he is "en?
gaged." be receives ihe congratulations of
friends on bis good fortune, in a bashiul, de?
preciatory manner, and objects to have the
Rubied dwelt too largely upon. He will say
nothing which will commit him, or may be
turned luto ridicule, for, of all tnings io the
vorld, which be dreads* most, ridicule ls that
Hiing. It pains him as much as the lash does
the gat otter's back. To this may, no doubt,
be traced the fact that. Invariably, when he
contemplates matrimony, he foi sakes till bis
old haunts and companion'', until such time
^ as hts inteotion is made known to th? world.
^ He will never be discovered spooning or flirt?
ing In company, for he could not stand the
"chaff" which such proceedings would bring
down upon him. And yet those who know
Jil m ana have studied his character can al?
ways see through him. As soon as ho tempo- | w
rarity forsakes them, and assigns no cause,
they know what ls about to happen. The
embarrassed lovers, whom one sees upon tho
stage, convey but A vague Idea of his stato
when "popping the question." It ls a pity
A lhat prejudice seals people's lipson this sub?
ject. Did lt not do so, we might hear some
revelations which would bo very amusing,
and, at the same time, very astonishing. For,
after all, the world bas but an imperfect con?
ception o? what most love-passages consist ot.
The majority of the people's conceptions are
founded upon their own experiences; or the
Idea what they themselves would do un'ler
certain circumstances, or upon what (hey
have seen enacted upon the stage. Now,
one's own experience may hold good in certain
circumstances, but lt will not do so in others,
for th? simple reason that differently con?
stituted men and women act differently under
the same circumstances. And theu it ls very
evident, in the majority ot love-scenes upon
the stage, that they ba.e been made to order.
It is one of the best features in the muff
that he ls firm in his friendships. Thus, if ho
mik. s few friends, he remains true to those
he has. A genuine friendship willi him lasts
as long as life. A good deal of enduring work
may be got out of ni rn, for. as has becu hint
ed, he can work well when not exposed to
general observation. He can paint good pic
tures, write good books, or solve dithcull ina
thematlcal problems, Ihongb his public con
duct uilght Induce a very conirarv bellefin
the minda of cm-look,-rs. Altogether, he ls
Often a very useful being, and the world
would sustain a substantial loss were his ser
vices to be discontinued. He does not do
serve the comparative contempt with which
be ls regarded.
-The Berlin Cross Gazette publishes a com?
munication from an eminent Jurist, in which
the ground ls taken that the constitution or
the German Empire confers the right to vote
on every woman over twenty-one years ol' age.
Other competent authorities, lt ls said, take
the same ground. But when even men In Ger?
many don't care to vote, what ls the slgnid
jcance of claiming the right lor women ? Il is
a fact that pollileal elections in Germany ex?
cite so little popular Interest In some constit?
uencies that where hundreds might vote only
ii lew staid and respectable electors will take
the trouble to go to the poll.
flJiTj Q3ooa?f Us.
387! 387! 387!
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King Street,
OPPOSITE THE MASONIC TEMPLE
Wo beg to call special attention to one or the
argent Sleeks or DRY GOODS we have ever
Each Department ls well stocked with every
irtlcle that a Country Merchant, Planter or
aoasekeeper can want for general use
STRIPES RED FLANNELS
TICKS WHITE FLANNELS
CALICOES CANTON FLANNELS
COLORED SILKS BLACK 8ILI
SATINETS BLACK VELVETEENS
CASSIMERES COLORED VELVETEENS
COLORED BLANKETS B ED BLANKETS
LACE GOODS HOSIERY
RIBBONS SASH RIBBON!
JLACK DRESS GOODS LINENS
COLORED DRESS GOODS SHEETINGS
VOTIONS AND TRIMMINC8 OF
Together with every at tide usually kept In a
Irsi-cla-iS Dry Goods House, which we are offer
og at the lowest cash prices.
Wc beg to call special attention to some special
Ines of CHEAP GOODS:
l case WHITE BLANKETS, at tl 26each Blanket j
1 bale Colored Blankets, at 00 cents each Blanket J
0 dozen Linen Towels, at $1 per dozen
5 dozen Darna-it Doylies, at 65 cents per dozen
0 dozen Huck Towels, at 16 cents, very cheap.
PECIAL BARGAINS IN L. C. HANDKER?
) dozen at 70 and 76 cents-all Linen
) dozen Hemstitched, very cheap, at $2, $260
1 lot of Hemsi itched, all Linen, at 16 cents each,
l dozen Linen Cambric Hand kerchie a, at $2,
worth $2 60
I case Assorted Delsins and roslin*, In very
good styles, at 20 cents.
Together with every variety in every other De
artment at the lowest prices, to be found
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
287 KING STREET.
Oil ut? ano ?nnusqing ?oo?s.
IN THE SOUTH.
iLL-WOOL SHAKER FLANNEL
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
ITH THE VERY LATEST NOVELTIES IN
ELEGANT NECK WEAR,
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
apposite the Market,
Cigars, Hobatto, Ut.
selling off, on uccmnt of closing business,
CIGARS, PIPES. TOBACCO, AC
ie largest and best selected steck In the city at
st, by L. LORKNZT,
Corner Wentw orth and King streets.
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CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
LADIES' SUITS, CHILDRENS' CLOAKS,
LADIES'JACKETS, 8ACQUES, Ac.
J. R. READ'S,
OCt27-tatl)86mo8 No. 263 KINO 8T.
J. R. READ'S.
PLAIN COLORED SILKS,
IN POULT DE SOIE AND JAPANESE,
J. R. READ'S.
J. R. READ'S.
BLACK MOHAIR CORDS,
BLACK SATEENS AND BLACK MERINOS.
_J. R. READ'S._
BLACK SILK VELVETS
BLACK AND COLORED VELVETEENS.
J. R. READ'S.
RICH DRESS GOODS
MEDIUM PRICED DRESS GOODS.
J. R. READ'S.
O L. O V E S,
(HARRIS'S "SEAMLESS" KID GLOVES,)
ALSO, FRENCH KID GLOVES IN VARIETY,
One and two Buttons, $i, $1 25 and $1 60.
J. R. READ'S.
J. R. READ'S.
RIBBONS, FANCY NECKTIES,
HANDKERCHIEFS, LACES AND EM?
J. R. READ'S.
NECKTIES, LINEN SHIRT FRONTS, HAND?
KERCHIEFS AND GLOVES.
J. R. READ'S.
LACE AND LIM COLLARS.
SETS AND SLEEVES, INFANTS' CLOAKS
J. R. READ'S.
TABLE DAMASKS, NAPKINS,
TOWELS AND WHITE LINENS, LINEN
AND COTTON SHEETINGS.
J. R. READ'S.
CORSETS AND UNDERVESTS.
J. R. READ'S.
THE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER & WILSON,
THE MOST POPULAR
FAMILY SEWING MAMU.
Between slz and seven hundred thousand now
In nse. Is the most simple, runs easier, and makes
less noise than any other first-class Lock Stitch
Machine. Does all kinds or work usually done by
band. Has better attachments for Hemming,
Frilling, Tucking. Cording, Quilting, Gathering,
Ac, than any other Machine. These Machines
are now offered for sale In this city on thc LEASK
PLAN, at Tt-n Dollars per month uutll paid for.
Thorongti instruction given, and satisfaction
guaranteed in all cases. Old Machines repaired
and adjusted by a competent machinist, A few
live men can find regular and profitable employ?
ment, either on salary or commission, by applying
Parlor and Saleroom No. 209 KING STREET.
W. G. BRUCE, Agent.
WHYTE A HARRAL, General Agents, dec IS
?lilliiUTB, dressmaking. Ut.
1IC RS. M~. DUNLAP,
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
NO. 364 KING STRBKT,
OKS DOOR BELOW ?BORGE STREET.
A3- SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COUN?
TRY ORDERS. dec7-t?8tulmo
jy^RS. M. J; ZERNOW,
No. 304 KINO STREET,
Would respectfully lnrorm the ladles that she
OPEN THIS DAY
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF MILLINERY
DRESSMAKING in all Us branches attended to
as usual. Having obtained the Agency ofMdme.
DEMOHEST'S CELEBRATED PAPER PATTERNS,
ls now prepared to furnish a general
ASSORTMENT OF PATTERNS.
Country orders will receive prompt attention.
RS. M. J. COTCHETT,
BRANCH OF MME. DEMOREST,
No. 277 KINO STREET, OPPOSITE MESSRS. CARRING?
TON & Co.
DRESS MAKING In all its branches. PAT?
TERNS always on hand ror sale.
Stitching neatly executed. All orders promptly
attended to. uov-'S-ftulruo
SDrrj ?cobs ano Notions.
PVRCHeOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 244 KINO STREBT.
A most magnificent Selection of GOODS suita?
: HOLIDAY PRESENTS :
In all of oar Dry and Fancy Goods Departments.
; CUSTOMERS AND STRANGERS
?Ul find lt to their Interest to Inspect
? OUR STOCK AND PRICES, j
and Bee for themselves the
; INDUCEMENTS :
we are orrerlng.
! PURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO. :
Fancy Tartan SILKS and Silk VALOURS, only 00
Cases Black and Colored Alpaca, only -20 and 25
Pieces Black Gros Grain 'Silk, best make, only
3l lnch One Black Velveteens reduced from $1 75
The best selection of Shawls, Jackets, Nubias,
Cloaks, Ac. at greatly reduced prices.
A fine Une of Bleach and Brown SHEETINGS.
Table Damasks I 10-4 Bleached
Towels I only 40 cents
Vl.nna Woven Table and Plano Covers.
FPRCUGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.
FLANNEL AND BLANKET DEPARTMENT.
1 case of Scarier. Opera FLANNEL, only 40 cents
2 cases of io 4 White Blankets $3 li
1 case of California 13-4 Blankets, (the beat manu?
factured.) only $12-worth $20.
FCRCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.
OFFER AT VKRY LOW FIOURKJ
Ladles' and Gents' COMPANIONS. Watch and
Olgar Staudt?, card Boies. Knitting Boxes, Wri?
ting Dt sks, Albums, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac.
FOR FUR AND CLOTH DEPARTMENTS, SEE
Attention ? called to our Large and Well
Selected Stock of
WHITE GOODS RIBBONS FEATHERS
Uiotlis sashes Flowers
Handkerchiefs Rows Hats
?lu\es Plumes Scat TH.
OARPETSI CARPETS 1 CARPETS I
WILL BS SOLO AT ORBAT REDUCTION.
CARPETS I CARPETS I OARPETSI
Strangers please notice that all of our Goods
iro Delivered Free of charge to any part of the
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
nov20 No.244 KING STREET.
Containing NINETY-NINE AND TWO-THIRDS
9<.)s ) PER CENT. Soluble Matter. Warranted . ruo
From all Impurities. Prepared In Hil* cuy, and
Tor sale at the low price of FIFTKKM DOLLARS
per ton, CAMI. JOHN il. HOLMES.
novl7-f Charleston, S. G.
Drago ano Medicines.
MOST WONDERFUL CURES
FEOTED. BOTH OF MIND
DU BARRY'S DELICIOUS HEALTH RE?
REVALENTA ARABICA FOOD
Will cure DYSPEPSIA, Constipation, Acidity
Cramps, Fits, Heartburn, Diarrhoea, Dysentery,
Nervousness, Biliousness, Affections of the Liver
and KiJneys, Flatulency, Colie, Palpitation or the
Heart, Nervous Headache, Irritability, Noises In
Head and Ears, Giddiness, Pain between the
Shoulders, and lu the Chest, Onronlc Inflamma
tlou and Ulceration of the Stomach, Eruptions on
the Skin, Scurvy. Fevers, Scrofula, Impurities,
Poverty of Blood, Incipient Consumption, Dropsy,
Diabetes, Rheumatism, Gont, Influenza, Grippe.
Nausea and Vomiting during Pregnancy, after
eating or at sea. Low Spirits, General Debility,
Paralysis, Cough, Asthma, Tightness Across the
?hest, Phlegm, Sleeplessness, Tremors, Vertigo
Blood to the Head, Exhaustion, Ac The best
food for Invalids, generally, as lt never turns acid
on the weakest stomach, like arrow root bat lm
parts a healthy relish for lunch and dinner, and
restores the faculty of digestion and nervous and
muacu'ar energy to the most enfeebled. Likewise
adapted to rear delicate Infants.
A few out of 69,000 Testimonials of Cure a
given below :
THE POPE'S HEALTH RESTORED Bf DU BAR
Cure No. 68,413-"ROMS, July 21, 1886.-The
health of the Holy Father ls excellent, especially
since, abandoning all other remedies, ne has con?
fined himself entirely to Du Barry's Revalenta
Arabica Food, of which he conn?mes a platefn
at every meal. It has produced a surprisingly
beneficial effect on his health, and his Holiness
cannot praise this excellent food too highly."
From the Gazelle Du mai, July 26.
FROM THE DOWAGER COUNTESS OF CASTLE
Cure No. 62,612.-"ROSSTRRVOR, COUNTY OT
DOWN, IRSLAND, December 9,1864.-The Dowager
Countess of Castlestuart feels induce'', in the In?
terest of suffering humanity, to state that Du
Barry's excellent Revalenta Arabica Food has
cured her, alter aU medicines had failed, of Indi?
gestion, Bile, Great Nervousness. Irritability, and
Hysteria of many years' standing. This Food de?
serves t .io confidence of au sufferers, and may be
considered a real blessing.
For sale in one and two pound packages by
DR. H. B A E R,
SOLE AGENT, MEETING STREET.
Directions with every package. ang21
J^OTICE! NOTICE! NOTICE I
I In cornf-quence of tho Increased demand for
' TOYS, FANCY GOODS AND SHOWCASES, the
undersigned takes pleasure In Informing his no
merons friends and the public generally that he
bas opened a BRANCH OF HIS BUSINESS at No.
344 KING STREET, where ne win constantly keep
on hand a large and well selected stock of TOYS,
FANCY GOODS, Showcases, Glass Shades, Fire?
works, Musical Instruments, and every article
appertaining to the business. Dealers will find lt
to their advantage to give him acal before pur?
chasing elsewhere. wa. MCLEAN,
Nos. 344 and 433 Klug street,
NOAH'S ARE of Charleston, s. 0.
JJ 0 N'T LET THE
GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY SLIP!
POSITIVE DRAWING* JAN. 8, 1872.
THE SOUTH ( VitoI.IVA LAND AND
IMMIGRATION GIFT CO v CK KT S
Will take place
On the day appointed.
SECURE YOUR TICKETS AT ONCE !
WAU Orders Strictly Confidential.-?*
2405 Gifts, amounting to.9500,00o
The chacees are unusually good-one ticket In
every sixty two is sure to draw a prize.
Orders for Tickets received up 11 the 5th of Jan?
uary, after which time no more Tickets willie
SINGLE TICKETS 95 EACH.
COilMIS-IONKRS AND ^B^SpRS OF DRAWING :
General A. R. WRJOIIT, of Georgia.
General BRADLEY T. JOHNSON, of Virginia.
Colonel B. H. RUTLEDGE, ors .nth Carolina.
Hon. ROGER A. PRYOR, of New York.
Great inducement and reduction In price or
Tickets to Clubs.
Remittances can be made to us, and the tickets
will be sent by return mall by
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.,
Charleston, S. C., or onr Agents.
General M. C. BCTLRR. Jons CHADWICK.
General M. W. GARY.
Tickets can be procured of K. S FIBBING A CO..
and J. L. MOsKS, Geuernl Agent", No. 34 Broad
(drano flri?c Oistribnt on.
FOR TITS BENEFIT OF THE
FREE SCHOOL FUND,
Incorporated by Act of Assembly, 1870. Approved
March stn, wi.
SECOND GRAND SINGLE NUMBER RAFFLE Al
DISTRIBUTION OF AWARDS.
Awards or United States GnUl Hinds, Diamond?,
Gold Watches, Jewelry. Ac, lor the Benefit or the
Free School Fund, will Uk? place on
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23,1871,
At No. 147 Meeting street, Charleston, S. C., at 1
o'clock, P. M., lu public.
CERTIFICATE SHARES ONE DOLLAR.
SCHE' ULE OF AWARDS.
One Award of a set of D.amond Ear-Rlng4
and Breastpin-the diamonds arc large
and of the purest water. Also a large
Solitaire Diamond Ring and a pair or
very heavy Gold Bracelets, with Tassels
(designate I as No. 1 in the awards,) val?
One Award of one set or Diamond Ear-Rings
and Breastpin, large and pure bril laius,
richly set ( iesiunated as No. 2 lu the
awards,) valued at. 1,260
One Award or one set or Diamond Flar-Rings
and Brea-tpln. large brilliants, (desig?
nated as So. 3 In the awards,) valued at. 1,000
One Award or one set or Diamond Ear-Rlnga
and breastpin, (designated 88 No. 4 tu
the awards,) valued at.1,000
One Award or one large Diamond Cross
Breastpin, largo diamonds, (designated
as No. 5 in the awards,) valued at. 800
One Award or one rich Cluster Diamond
King, (designated as No. 6 lu the awards)
valued ar. 400
One Award of one Cluster Dlaraoud Ring,
set oval, (designated as No. 7 in the
awards.) valued at.. 300
One Award or a Gentleman's Diamond Clus?
ter Breastpin, larg? diamond In centre,
(designatedas No. 8 In the awards.) va ?
ned at. 700
One Award or a single stone Diamond Ring,
(designated as No. 9 in the awards ) val?
ued ai. 100
One Award or a Lady's Gold Watch, with
splendid Gold opera Chain and Tassels,
(designated as No. lo in thu awards,)
value I at. 300
One Award or a Lady's Gold Watch and
heavy Gold Opera Chain, (designated as
No. ll in the awards.) valued at. 250
One Award ol a Lady's Gold Watch and
large Go d Chain, with Tassels, (desig?
nated as No. 12 lu tho awards j valued
One Award or a Lady's Gold Watch and
large Opera Cham T.ssclied. (designated
as No. 13 in the awards.) valued at. '.00
One A war. i of a Gentleman's Gold Watch,
B rm winder, tuning fifih and quarter
seconds, made by Jerggenaon. one of t ho
best timing watches In the United
States, with massive Gold Chain, (dcsig
dated as No. 14 iii the awards.) valued
One Award or a Gentleman's Guld Watch,
stem winder, with large Gold Chain, (de?
signated as No. 16 lu the awards.) val?
ued at. 300
One Award of a Gentleman's Go d Watch,
stem winder, and massive Gold Chain,
(designated as No. 10 in the awards,)
valued at. 300
One Award of a Gentleman's large Gold
Hunting Watch, made by Tobias, with
massive Gold Chain, (designated as No.
17 in the awards,) ? slued at. 3Q0
One Award or a Gentleman's Gold Watch,
stem winder, with In avy Gold Chain,
des'gnated as No. 18 in the awards.)
valued ar. soo
One Award or one .-et or Solid silver Spoons
and Forks, (designated as No. IQ in tho
awards,) valued at. 200
One Award of one ti ipie plated Tea Set on
White Metal, large Plated Waiter, one
pair of Fruit stands, and one pair Cake
Baskets, (designated as No. 20 in the
awa ds,) valued at. 200
Twenty Awards, cacti or a $5u United states
Gold Bond, new issue, valued at. 1,000
Sixty Awards, each or one-fourth or a $100
O' ld Bond, United States, new issue,
valued eacii ac $25. 1.500
All the above awards can ne examined at.
Dr. W. A. Sarine's Drug store. No. 260 Kingstieet,
Charleston, s. C. sill the diamonds a e or the
purest quality, and are large and inonu ted lu the
latest Biyle, and have been expressly lmnort'd by
Messrs. Larmour A Co. Juweliers, Rainmore,
Maryland, for the Association and the values
named are just at market prices. Thc ladles or
Charleston are respectfully reque.-tcd to call and
examine these beautitul goods.
Remember, every Award must he d's'ributed on
the day ot the Raille to the Certificate Holders.
The above Awards t > be distributed in Gold
Bends. Diamonds, Watches Jewelry, Ac, In con?
formity to law.
For all orders, address
CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION.
14" Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
ELL ?NG O^FF^ATT COST.
No. 379 KINO S :'Hhh'T,
CHRISTMAS TOYS OF ALL RINDS.
AT VERY LOW PRICES,
decll-18 No. 233 King street.
"BUT ONCE A YEAR!"
TH1 RICHEST AND TnE NICEST
In the City, always on hand or made to order at
JELLIES, Ac., Ac,
TULLY'S OLD STAND,
NO. 124 KING STREET,
declfl_Near Qncen stree
PUT UP IN CASES, SPECIALLY
FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY, AT
No. 307 KING STREET
ACID PHOSPHATE, OF LIME,
FOR COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
PRICE-$25 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE FOR |
This article ls prepared nnder the superintend?
ence of Dr. ST. JULIAN RAVENEL, expressly lor
Composting with Cotton seed.
It was introduced by this company two years
ago, and Its use has fully atWHted its value. 200
to ?t>o pounds of mts article per acre, properly
composted with the same weight, or cotton seed,
famishes the planter with a Fertilizer of the high?
est excellence at the smallest cosr. A Compost
prepared with this article, as by printed direc?
tions furnished, contains ail thc elements of fer?
tility that can enter into a Flrhc-ciat-s Fertilizer,
while its economy must commend Its li teral uno
to plantera. For supplies and printed directions,
for Composting, apply to J. M. HOBSON,
Ageut Pacific Guano Company,
Nos. 6S East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Charleston, 8. C.
J NO. s. REESE A CO., Gene al Agents.
O L U B L h
PRICE, $15 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE
Experience tn the nse of this GUANO for the
past six years in this State, lor Cotton and Corn,
hat so far established its character for excellence
as to render comment unnecessary.
In accordance with the established policy of the l
Company to furntsn the best Concentrated Ferti?
lizer at the lowest cost to consumers, this Guano
ls put Into market this season at the above re?
naced price, which the Company la enabled to do
by reason o its large facilities and the reduced
cost of manufacture.
The supplies put Into market this season arc. as
heretofore, prepared under tho personal superin?
tendence of Dr. St. Julian Kavenel, Chemist of
thc Company, at Charleston. S. 0.. hence planters
may rest assured t at its quality and c imposition
ls precisely the same as that heretofore sold.
At ihe present low price, every acre planted
eau he fertilized with 200 pounds Guano at a cost
not exceeding the present value of 30 pounds of
cotton, while experience- has shown thar, under
favorable condition of season and cultivation, the
crop is increased ny the ap Hcatlon from two to
three-fold the natural capacity of the soil, hence
under no condition could its application fall to
conipen-iate for the outlay.
Apply to J. N. ROBSON,.
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
Nos. 68 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic * narf,
CMarleston, s. C.
JOHN S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
BOWEN & MERCER'S
SDPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME
AGRICULTURAL SHELL LIME.
Of Superior Quality, for sale
P. C. T?ENHOLM.
F LAN TEES.
OYSTER SHELL LIME, THE MOST VALUABLE
RENOVATOR OF LAND KNOWN.
300,000 busiels or SHELL LIME for sale, deliv?
ered on any of the navigable rivers of South
Carolina or Georgia, at thirteen cents per bushel,
or rive dollars per ton, bags extra.
BOWEN A MERCER,
Lime Burners, No. 61 South Gay street,
Unction galee-Jntnre Way*.
By R. M. MARSHALL' & 'jJBO.7
Broken ?nd Auctioneers.
THE STEVENS MANSION, IN Bi
Street, st Auction.-Clear Tilles Goan
On THURSDAY, 28th instant, at ll o'clock, vi
be Bold at east end or B o id street,
All that LOT OF LAND on Ray street, ne
north or Amtierst, measuring loo feet front a
rear, by leo feet deep, more or less, together wi
the buildings thereon, all o? brick, conslailag tn
very large and elegant three story Mansion, wi
piazzas to the south, and commanding a ll
view of the Harbor. It contains 12 nprig
rooms, besides pantry and bath rooms, gas ai
water pipes through the house, kitchen ol
rooms, carriage house and stable, all built of fl
Terms-$1800 cash; balance in one, two ai
three years, secured by bond and mortgage of tl
property, with interest semi-annually; bulldlni
10 be insured and policy assigned. Purchaser
pay R. M. M. A Bro. for papers and sumps.
By R. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER,
Brokers and Auctioneer?.
LOT NORTHEAST CORNER ANSO
and Guignard streets.-A Good investmen
On THURSDAY, 28th instant, at ll o'clock, w
be sold at east end Broad street,
Tee above desirable LOT, well fenced, and ha
lng a small Building thereon, measuring se by l:
feet, more or less.
Terms-Half cash; balance In one and f
years, secured by bond and mortgage of the pr.
erty, with Interest semi-annually. Purchaser
pay R. M. M. A Brother for papers and stamps.
By Rt M. MARSHALL & HBO.,
K.xecn tora of JO UN H. TUCKER, deceased
against the Devisers and Legatees of J. E
By vii tue or a decree made In this casp, b
the Honorable Ft. F. Graham, Judge of the Mrs
Circuit, 1 wl'l offer for Bale at public Auction, 0:
THURSDAY, tue 11th day of January, A. D. 1875
at ll o'clock, In the forenoon, at me o'd Pom
office, at the foot of Br oai street, In Ch ar lest OL
'1 he following KEAL EaTATE, ? ltuate in George
town County, belonging to the Estate of the lal
John H Tacker, to wit :
Tne PLANT AX ON known as will Brook: else
the Plantatloa known as Litchfield; aUo, th
Lands on .-a nu y Island; al HO, the Plantatloi
kuown as Oleum re; also; the Plantation knowi
as Holly Grove; also the Plantation known a
A more accurate description or these Plants
Hons will be given in a 'utur . advertisement.
Terms-One third cash; remainder In one, tw<
and ihre 1 years, to be 'secured by bond or bond
of thc purchasers, bearing Interest at the rate o
seven per cent, per ar. nu.::, payable annually
from the <ia of sale, and a mor gage of the prop
erty purebved. Parchaser to pay Referee foi
papers and stamps.
SAMUEL LORD, JR., Reft ree.
93- Georgetown paper please Insert ono
a w?ek for three weeks._deci4-tiistoi3.
By J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
SALE FOR D J. VISI? N-STEAMEE
AGNES AND FLAT.
FRIDAY, 22.1 Instant, at ll o'clock, will be sou
at South Atlante wtarf,
Tne steam Propeller A o NTS, lately used as t
water-boa-. Sae ls 27 15-100 tons register; balli
in 186S; 48 4-10 feet la length. 16 l-io feet li
breadth, and 4 7-10 feet in depth. Has two Fif
uan horse Power Engines Inline order, having
been lately thoroughly overhauled; built In Ola
gow. wl'n Tubular Perpendicular Boiler.
A!sn will be Hold, at the same time and place,
ene Wood FLAT, capable of carrying from 2(
to 26 cords Wood. '*
Terms of sa e-One half cash; the remainder lr
six and twelve months; apnrovcd endorsed, city
paper, with bank interest added.
N. B. Can be treated for at private sale previous
to day of sale._docfl-stnthcTl
PLANTATION STOCK, MACHINERY,
Will be SOM, at public outcry, on TOURS!) AY,
December 2lst, at William Gregg's Plantation, on
Seabrook's Island, by the sheriff of Charleston
County, as agent of the Mortgage Creditors nndei
the mortgage, the following property. The sale
will commence at io o'clock, A, M., and continue
eactt day until everything ls disposed of. Cattle
will be i tiered first:
1 BULL, 7 years old, \< Brahmin, y, Durham.
1 BnU, 3 years old, X Brahmin, % Durham.
1 Bun, 3 years old, y. Brahmin, X Ayrshire.
2 Boils, 18 months old, X Brahmin.
1 Bull, 0 months old, % Brahmin.
8 Work Oxen. 1 Steer.
64 Cows, and 30 to 4 J Calves.
bi Heifers, very Une, all from the Brahmin Ba I.
4 Horses. 4 Males.
4 Southdown Rams.
147 Ewes, most of them \i South Downs, one hall
with Lambs Just dropped.
1 Berkshire Boa-, imported.
25 to 80 Brood Sows.
60 to 70 Shoats.
60 to 70 Turkeys, very One and of Urge and
fancy breed, and other rowL
1 Ten horse Portable E '.ne, In good order.
3 McCarthy Gins.
1 Grist Min.
Lot cf Shafting, Belting, Ac
6 Carts. 2 Two Horse Wagons.
1 Four-Horse Wagon.
1 Buckeye Mower and Reaper, tn good order.
Oom sheller, Ploughs, and fall complement of
Tools of all sons usual on a first-class plantation.
The steamer Water Lily will leave charleston at
Il o'clock on Wednesday, the 20th. Persons at?
tending the pale will be accommodated on and
about the place.
Terms cash. E. W. M. MACKEY,
s. c. C. and Agent of Mortgage Creditors.
a net i oncers' ?Jri tm te Sales, Ut.
ty lOUK D. DeSAUSSUB?
No. ?3 Broad street.
SOUTH BATTERY RESIDENCE.-FOR
SALE, the Three story Wooden RESIDENCE,
on the north side of South Battery, between Meet?
ing and King streets, containing twelve rooms,
three piazzas, gas, cistern. Ac, brick Kl tchou, Car?
riage-House and Stable. Lot 54 feet front by 241
Tne premises have been recently put In good re?
pair and improved._dccl6-stnth6
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
AT PRIVATE SALE, THE TWO-AND-A
HALF STORY WOODEN RESIDENCE, on
high brick basement, on west side of Pitt 6treet,
one door south of Bull street, containing six large
and two small rooms, tin roof, with gas and en?
tern, also a larte kitchen, with six rooms and
suited roof, stable and carriage house, and two
good wells of water. Premises in good order. On
the Lot is a.good flower garden; iron fence cn
street. Lot measures 63 feet 8 inches front by 168
feet de p. Apply as above, at No. 23 Broad stree'.
By L S. K. BENNETT.
FOR SALE OR TO LEASE, A No. 1
FARM, on Ashley River, near the city,
a -ont 40 acres of Cleared Land, settled.
Aline RICB PLANTATlOn near Georgetown,
on the North Santee River, 330 acre3, with new
Mill, all settled; flue neighborhood.
A No. 1 FARM or SO acres, near Sommerville,
Possession given to the above at once.
Apply as above, at No. 40 Broad street.
By J. FRASER MATHE WES.
AT PRIVATE SALE, FOUR PLANTA
TiON's known as Dungaunon, berry HUI,
CtilDOlm's and Myer's, on the Savannah and
Charleston Railroad, twelve miles from Charles
ton, with Dwelling and other buildings, contain?
ing about 2600 acres of Cotton, Rice. Provision
and Timber Land; also, 600 acres of Pine Land
near hy, known as Mlllbroak or Loganville Som
A FARM of 76 acres near Six-Mile Besse.
That well kn >wn RESTAURANT in Hasel street
known as ' George*. '
Seven (7) BUILDING LOTS in the Town of Rsv
By L S. K. BENNETT.
AN ELEGANT MANSION AT PRIVAT!
SALK.-At Private Sal?, all that LOT Ol
l.iM) with elegant BRICK MANSION thereon, :o
cated at the sou beast corner of Elizabeth an<
Charlotte streets, containing seven upright rooms
three basement and twoa tlc room", wi1 li gas, eta
tern ami other modern improvements. On thfl
premises are all necessary outbuildings. The LoH
being high and dry, measures 230 feet on Chaifl
lotte street by 200 on Elizabeth, be the samn tnJ
01- less, and being at the corner of two of the besH
streets, can be subdivided if desire 1. fl
For farther particulars as to price, terms, AcM
apply as above, at No 40 Broad street. M
SELECT BOARDING AND DAY SCHOO?
FOR YOUNO LAOIKS. 69
No. 18 SOUTH BAY. fi
Miss C. M. REID, PRINCIPAL. SI
The Exercises of this School will bc re nmed ol
MONDAY, December4, 1871. novjo-m?? ?