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Steg <E>00C6, Ut.
J. H READ & CO
HAYE JUST RECEIVED A FULL ASSORT?
MENT OF ENGLISH, FRENCH
DRESS GOODS OF ALL KINDS, A FULL
BEAL AND IMITATION LACES AND EM?
LACE GOODS OF ALL KINDS.
HARRIS'S SEAMLESS KID GLOVES,
? " ' Wita a gnat variety or other Kid Gloves.
BEAVER GLOVES AND GAUNTLETS.
SILK AND THREAD GLOVES.
B0AP8> EXTRACTS, BRUSHES, Ac, Ac.
A VERT FULL AND HANDSOME STOCK
SHAWLS ARD COVERINGS
OF ALL KINDS FOR FALL AND WINTER | jj
WE ABE RECEIVING NEW GOODS B7
J. R. READ & CO.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & GO
PTO. 375 KING STREET,
(BETWEEN BSAUFAIN AND WENTWORTH STS. >
HAT? received sad win offer on Monday, Octo?
ber Uta, toa largest an a best selected stooK or
CONSISTING Of :
10 plews BLACK TAFFETA fcILK, at $1-lo west
since ititi war
30 pieces Black Oros Grain, at $1 26, $1 60, $1 76
.id $?-lowest aluce the war
10 pieces Gros G raia, at 12 co. 13 and $4
so pieces or all tho ne ?est shades in Colored Stall
aopleoes Striped And Fancy ants, Satina, Kiting
20 pieces Black Velvatlaes, at 76c and $1 60
so piece* colored, for Trimming and cloaks
30 plecdTBlack and Colored Silk Velvets, at $3 60
10 pieces AU Colors Silk Plash
A very one selected stock or Poplins, Mohairs and
Serges, rrom 86 to too
A roll Ito? of Empress doth, from 60 cen ts u p
All colors 27 inch irish Poplin, at |i 76, worth $2 60
Foll lines of Merinos, Sateens, Rep Valour and
Rep Fols '
A foll One or Poplins, from 20c. to 35c
A compete line, of Mourning Gooda, Alpacas,
Bombaztnee, Crape Cloth, Empresa ana Henri?
etta Cloth. -
CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT.
As a special bargain, will for thia week offer :
90 faeces best INURAIN CARPET, for only eso.,
-. worth ato.
io pieces best Ingrain carpet, at 76c, worth ll
10 pieces best Ingrain Carpet, at 86c, worth ll 16 I
11 pieces best Ingrata Carpet, at ii, worth |i 86
.0 pieces feat Uah Croasely Bioaaels Tapestry,
A foll Um of best English Body Brussels an! Vel?
Bugs, Mata, Drageeta, OU Cloth. Matting, ftc
A complete line o. Window shades, Lace C?rtalas
B . ud other Curtain Material, Halrcloto, Ter-1
nee and Cornices.
Orders- taken lox ail sizes or MIRRORS, rrom |7
tO 1600. . ;
Mr. CLOTH WORT HY, an experienced Uphol?
sterer, has charge or making and laying ail car?
pets, and flu lng shades and Upholstery Work.
We are the sole agents or tba celebrated orJElL
LEY'S KID ?LOVES-each pair guaranteed.
We have also received a fall Une of one, two
?nd three But ton si Fren cn Kids, which we offer
sa ii-two Battons, $1 86-best selection ever
t> rough c to this city.
CLOTH AND FLANNEL DEPARTMENT,
The Largest and be?t aelected stock In tbia city,
corals lng of best FRENCH. ENGLISH, GERMAN
AN!?BELGIAN CLOTHS Beavers. Doeskins, cas
4 ?Zurea, Diagonals, Coatings, Ves tlx) gs-sil in
; A foll line or-Dom?s:lc Cashmeres. Jeans, Satl
aets,Tweeds and linings or au kmds.
Merchants and-Timora are invited to inspect
this stock. We can gu aran toe a saving of ten per
?est. on New York prices.
A complete assortment or ALL WOOL FLAN
3BLS. Shaker and Ot era Flannels, Cloaking and
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODA
_ An ?reellent and complete stock of WHITE
SHIRTS, all sizes, best mates. Durabuliy guaran
1 The celebrated DIAMOND 8HIRT.
A foll line or Foreign and Domestic UNDER
"WEAR, Conara, Suspenders, Half Hose, Ac, which
wi ii be sold at factory prices.
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS AND MILLINERY
(Ut CHABQB ot LAMBS EMPLOYED.)
We have received a roll line of LADIES UNDER
WEAB; coosuiUpwor ah qnaUtlea or CHEMISES,
Skirts, Niiht Shirts, Merino Underve ta. Drawers,
corsets, Ac -
Also., a one stock of INFANTS' ROBES, Hoods,
Ribbons, Hose, Gloves, Ties, Bows, Belts, Satch?
els, Flowers, Plumea, Featnera, Hau, Ac-all in
^Otr JSHAWL, BLANKET, LINEN AND DOMES?
TIC D BP ARTH SN TS ara now complete, and all
autlolea wul be Bold at the very lowest New York
Oar WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT contslna all
Classes of DRY ANO FANCY GOODS, a full lite
of MILLINERY GOODS, Ar., and we offer tbe
?ame as low aa any New; York Jobbing Boase.
Having great advantage In purchasing oar Goods.
FUROHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO..
Nc 276 King street.
- GTfjina, (Erorkern, Ut.
~CHEfi, GLASS ABDCB0CKERT,
AT THE OLD STAND,
KISCSTREET, CORNER OF LIBERTY STREET.
Trie" subscriber would respectfully inf rm his
friends and tba public that his >tccu is now com?
plete ia'CHINS, GLASS AND CROCKERY, Plain
White and Fancy Chin*. Glass and Fancy China ]
Gooda, Lamps, Shade?, AC, AC
octio-thstnamoa g. H..MCDOWELL Agent.
fJIHB NEW ?MPROVBD
WHEELER ? WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We SS? nowse liing these aucerlor MACHINES
cn Ten Bollar monthly paymeBtn. ]
A??asUng and Repairing done promtly. I
WHEELER* WILSON MANUF'G CO., ]
I aprt-iyr NO. 809 King street.
Jrtnelrrj, 8ii?*r ana fllate?trja?, Ur.
JEWELRY, SILVER & PL?TEDWARE,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES, FANCY GOODS, &c, &c.
WILLIAM H. L^LJF^K,,
SUCCESSOR TO JAMES E SPEAR,
No. 373 KING STREET,
Repectfally informs tis Friends and Pabilo generally that, after an ezperlenco of twenty-two yo ira
In irte JEWELRY BUBINESSwlth the late J a. HES E. SPEAK, he haa opened for himself, with an
Entire New Stock, at No 273 Ring aireet, nearly opposite Hasel street, ano Three Doors North of the
Old Establishment, and hopes by striot attention to business, and a determination to try to please,
to receive a continuance of the patronage BO liberally bestowed on tho lieu-e of tho late JAMES
WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY, &C REPAIRED BY EXPERIENCED WORKMEN.
DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES 8ET TO ORDER.
HAIR JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER,
GLASSES for all Ages Refitted and Framed under bis own supervision, ravine had Many Years'
Experience in thiB Line, he feels confident of pleasing, and gives aa Ke:er?nce Mr. JOHN S. BIRD,
the well-known Optician or chirles ten for many years past. octl4-mtuth3.
THE LONDON ASSURANCE COBPOHATION,
ESTABLISHED BY ROYAL CHARTER IN lT'SO.
TOTAL FriiDS GOLD.$13,93*,M5
FIRE ASSETS, GOLD.i. 5,06*,000
f. P. GIRAUD FOSTER. GORDON NORRIE.
Of Foster A Thomson. Of J. Koorman Johnston A Co.
3 HA RLES M. FRY. HOWARD POTTER,
No. 89 Wall street. Of Brown Bros. A Co.
GOOLD H. REDMOND, Of Dennistoun A ,Co.
United States Branch, No. 88 Wall Street-, N. Y.
HUGER & RAVENEL,
0CtH-mtntb3 AGENTA, C BARLESTON, S. C.
1 Nen llnbiicotirms.
rj?MNAL OP THE CHURCH.
We are prepared to furnish the "HYMNAL" at
he lowest introduction priora A variety or
?tyifs. Prices from 200,400, OOo, 76c, $1 and np
FOGABTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
NEW CATALOGUE. Na 28.
i NEW IMPORTATION OP ENGLISH BOOKS.
'he Practical Philosopher, a Dally Monitor for the
buslneos men ol England and others, by
David Thomas, D. D., $8.
Inexplored Srrts, by Richard F. Burloa and
Oharies F. T. Drake, 2 vola, $16.
Ian In the Past, Present and Fnture, from the j
German of Dr. L. Bachner, by w. s. Dallas, F.
0. s., ti.
Wanderings in Scripture Landa being a Tour of I
nine months in tho years 186B'-70, by Thomas I
Robinson, D. D" $2 60.
lemoir of Count De Mo uta le m bert, by Mrs. Oli?
phant, 2 vols., $12.
Lets or Gallantry, by Lambton Yoong, C. E.,
"noughts and Meditations on the Mysteries of
Life, by John Frith, $8 76.
ibatespeare and Typography, the Art of Printing;
also remarks upon some common Typo;tapa
leal Errors with reference to the Text of
Shakespeare, by William Blades, $160.
in the Preservation of Health, or Essays or the
principles to be adopted by those who desire
to av ia Disease, by Thomas Inman, M. D., of
London, Third Edition, price. 2 vols., $7.
he Days of the Son of Man, a History of the I
Church in the Time of our Lord, by William
Lee, D. D., $? 60.
biloBophy of Christianity, or the Purpose and
Power of the Gospel, $2 60.
lble Troths, with Shakespearian Parallels, by
J. B. Selkirk, $260.
ngels and Heaven, by Thomas Mills, $2 60.
rowth and Vicissitudes of Commerce, by John
Yeats. L. L. D., fi 60.
re ?bon, or over the Range, Third Edition, $160.
amonologr and Witchcraft, by Slr Walter scott ]
moe Travelling, by Warlngton, Baden-Powell,
Illustrai ed. $3.
necdotal and Deacrlp'ive Natural Blstory, by A.
Romer, $l 76.
neodotes of Celebrated Men and Women, by Edi?
tor or London Jest Book, $2.
be Sea Weed Collector, by Shirley Hibben), $176.
alf Honrs at the Sea Side, by J. E. Taylor, F. o.
dence and Commerce, their Influence on our |
Manufactures, by P. L. Simmonds, $8.
oandaboat Rambles In Landa or Facts and
Fancy, by Frank R. Stockton, $2 60.
r. oldham* Talk, by C. 3. Henry, $160.
NEW NOVELS, AO.
EBB-TIDE." By Christian Reid, Aothor of Mor?
ton House. Paper $l. cloth $1 60.
Dr. Vandyke." By John Eaten Cooke, doth
$125. Paper 76o.
Lord Ktlgobbio." By Charles Lever. Cloth
$l ?0. Paper $1.
The Golden Lton of Granpere." By Anthony
Trollope. Cloth $126. Paper 75c.
The New Edition or Cooper's Novels." Cloth I
$126. Paper 76c.
FOG ARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 380 King street, (in tbe Bend,)
apr33-tnth* Charleston. S. O.
Shirts ano /nrniflljing ?ooo e.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
CHARLESTON, S. C.
SSSS8S QPflTT'C SSS8SS
8-SHSOulla I Ossssa
SSS am. _ 883
88 STAR 89
si SHIRT Hs
SSSSSS EMPORIUM SSSBS3
The Proprietor of the above Establishment has
ist returned from New Yotkwlth a new and
rell selected Stock of the Celeoraltd
5TAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS, j
ALSO, A FINK ASSORTMENT OF
3EXILKflKN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Shaker Flannel. Wool and Merino, cotton Flan
iel, Shirt3 and Drawers, all grades and all sizes.
English Merino and Cotton Hair Ho-e.
Also, a full selection of the latest Novelties lo
SECK WE AR,
English windsor Scarfs, Marquise Scarfs,
Lord Stanley Scans, Livingston cravats,
Chancellor Scans, Bows aud Ties.
Gray's PAPfcR COLLARS of all descriptions.
Walking Canes and Umbrellas.
dBETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
JIBE BARNWELL SES TINEL,
PUBLISHED AT BLACKTILLE, 8. C.
Was established m 1863, and as an Advertising
Helium ie unsurpassed by any Country Weekly
n the state. Now ls the time to Advertise.
For Terms, Ac, address E. A. BRONSON,
F F I O TAL.
STATS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, )
HXBOOTITI DEPARTMENT. )
To the oommtsrionere of Election:
in accordance with section s, of Article 0, of |
the General statutes o? this State, jon are Hereby
notlded. and required to cause an Klee lou tobe
brid ia your respective Counties on tbe first
Tuesday following tbe first Monday of November
next, belns; (be 6th day or iho month -aforesaid,
for seven <7) persons ss Electora of president and
vice-President of. tbe United states.
Now, therefore, yon and each of you are herebr
required, wii h 8trlct regard to the provisions or j
the Oonsiltutloa and lawR of. thia State, i touch?
ing your duty in such case, to canse auch election
to oe held In your respective counties on the day
aroreaald, and tor the ascertaining ano" determin?
ing or such persons who shall have been duly
elected thereat. ??
AU bir rooms and drinking saloons shall be
closed on the day or election, and any person
who sha i aell any intoxication drinks OB that
day, aha'.l be guilty or a misdemeanor, and on
conviction thereof, shall he fined in a (-um net ?
less than one hundred dollars, or be imprisoned
for a period not lesa than cns month, nor more i
than BIZ months.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set rn;
hand, and cansed the gre-.t Seal of the State to
ba affixed, at Columbi*, thia Oin day ofOcK ber,
A. D. 1872, and In the ninety-seventh vear or the
Independence tr the United statea or america
ROBERT K. SCOTT,
P. L. OABDOZO,
Secretary or State.
No. 88 HASEL, STREET,
IS NOW RECEIVING A NEW SUPPLY OF|
ALL KINDS OF
And ia Belling at his usually low prices which have |
gained for him auch o very liberal patron ige, bo: h
In city and Country. Try him, you will go again.
He la sole Agent fur the
"WAKEFIELD" EARTH CLOSET,
The only one which dares claim to give satis
Go to "WHITE'S" for your FURNITURE la the
woid all ovtr the Kate. oct6-atutblmo
(Engines, ittacrjintrrj. Ut.
PORTABLE, STATIONARY AND AGRICULTU?
RAL ENGINES, two to arty horse-power
Circular Saw Mills, Grist Mills
Long and Short Cotton Gins
Oom and Leather Belting
Sperm, Lard, Tannera', Linseed, Paraphlne,
White Oak Oils, Tallow, Ac, Ac,
Engine and Mill Supplies in great variety.
CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO.,
CORNER MEETING AND CUMBERLAND STS
Tbl? unrivalled Medicine IR warranted not to
contain a single particle of Mercury, - or any in?
jurious mineral substance, but ls
For forty years lt r as pro ved its great value lo
all dlseaies of the Liver, Bowels and Kidneys.
Thousands of the good and great In all parts of
the country vonoh for li? wonderful and peculiar
power in purifying tho Blood, t-timulatlug tue
torpid Liver and Bowels, and imparting new life
ana vigor t > tl e whole sjBtem. SIMMONS'*
LIVER REGULATOR ls acknowledged to have
no equal as a
It contains four medical elements, never united
in the same happy proportion in any other pre?
paration, viz: a gentle Cathartic, a wonderful
Tonio, an unexceptionable Alterative and a cer?
tain Corrective of all Impurities or the body.
Such signal success has attended its use that lt la
now regarded as the
GREAT UNFAILTNG SPECIFIC
for Liver complaint and the painful offspring
thereor, to wit: Dy-pepala, Constipation, Jaun?
dice, Bilious attacks, Sick Headache, colic. De
pression of Spirits, sour Stomach, Heart Burn,
Regulate the Liver and prevent
CHILLS AND FEVER.
SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR
Ia manufactured ody hy
J. H ZEILINA-CO.,
HanoB, Ga, and Philadelphia.
PRICE-$1 per package; sent by mail postage
paid, $125. Tepared ready for use in bottles,
For sale by P. WINEMAN A CO.
AND BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
jj?? Beware of all counterfeits and imita?
tions. - augs-tbatasAwemos
pianos, ?rgans, &t.
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
Furnished at factory prices for Ossa, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. M'GLENAHAN,
Plano and M?sls Store,
seprj-J mos No. 101 king" street.
(Mlollji?ig ano Jirrni?ljntg ?0000.
NEW GOODS !
EVERYTHING NEW !
MENKE ft MULLER,
TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS,
AND CHOICE MATERIALS
FOR CUSTOM WORK.
AN 1N8PEGTION OF THE
GOODS AND PRICES
IN TE SIR
COR, KING AND WENTWORTH STS.,
Ii RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
Prags ano itUoiarus.
J^RTJGS AND MEDICINES.
WHOI.INALK & RETAIL?
DR. H. BAER,
MO. 131 MEETING STREET,
Offers his Large and Well-Assorted Stock or
Ac, Ac, Ac,
AT TUES LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Constantly on hand all the
FRENCH, ENGLI8H. GERMAN AND
AM ERICA fi.
FOUNTAIN SYRINGES, the best and most con
renient for general ase.
Also; every other kind of Syringe known In the
Trasses, Abdominal Supporters, Shoulder.
Sraces, Abdominal Belts, Physicians' Saddle.
Bags, Physicians''Pocket-Oases, Elastic Stockings;
ind Medicine eheste.
Druggists' Glassware, of every description, .tj|
.he lowest rates, and a full assortment or "Drug-.
Agent ror Nattan'a "Crystal Discovery ror the
Agent for the "Kew York Medical University's
Agent for Bison's Tobacco Antidote, and. Up
lam's Antidot* to Strong Drink.
Agent for the elegant preparations of W. R.
Warner A Co., of Philadelphia, consisting of a
loll line or Fluid Extracts, Sugar-coated Pillo,
Elixirs, Medicated Wines and Syrups, Licorice
ind Pepsin Lozenges, Ac, Ac.
Special attention Is directed to the rollo wing
articles ol his own manufacture:
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL!
An excellent Carminative, invaluable In the
lises ses incident to the period of dentition
0 h Ll dren; aa also In colic, diarrhoea, dysentery,
md other Infantile complaints. It ts superior to
other medicines used for this purpose, as lt ls en?
tirely free rrom any lojnrtoos drug, and
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 Dressing for the hair, at
once answering the purposes of bair oil, halt
wash, and hair tonic. It contains no sulphur
lead, or nitrate of silver, and ls
NO DYE I
It will promote a healthy growth of hair, and
prevent their railing out, and will not injure the'
Baer's Improved Vegetable
A gentle Aperient, or 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 Drugs used, and Batisfa .
tion guaranted, both as to price and quality.
Order aro solicited from Druggists, Phys clans,
Country Merchants, Planters and others, with the
assurance that they shall receive prompt and
arerui attention. mch7-8mosoo*w
THE GREAT NATIONAL PARK IN
tse Yo semite Valley, wheo finished and
fenced in (I) will be the grandest pleasure-ground
tn the world. If lt bad a Sue medicinal spring,
like the German Seltzer lt would be perfect. Yet
this ls no importance, for who goes any where in
summer without belog provided with
Ta r ran Vt Effervescent Seltxer Aperient,
which ls identical in its components and its ef?
fects with the famouB Prussian Spa U takes but
an instant to evolve from this preparation the
most delightful and admirable cf au medicinal
draughts. As a cure for b.llsusneBS, rheumatism,
Indigestion, constipation, nervousness, Ac, and
tm a renovator of the system, lt stands alone.
Sold by all druggists. cctio-ia
?axhxoaxe, ^ritnlinxai Jmplemit??, &t.
HART ft. CO
Are AGENTS For
AYERY & WW PLOUGHS,
A Plough, with Scraper, Bull Tongue, Turning and Shovel
Mould, Complete* for $15 25.
Or if the Dixon Sweep be preferredjto the Shovel Mould,
price $15 25.
We have also a Full Assortment of One and Two Horse
Ploughs, both Cast and Steel, of AVERY & SONS, as Well as
ALSO A FI LL LIVE OF
BURDJCK'S HAY AND FODDER CUTTER.
We are also in Beoeipt of a Full Line of
SWEDES IRON, HOES, POT WARE,
ENGLISH IRON, TRACES, TINWARE,
HOOP IRON, NAILS, WOODWARE
PLOUGH STEEL, ROPE, BEST FISH LINES,
TURPENTINE HACKS, PLOUGH LINES, SEINE TWINE
TURPENTINE TOOLS, GUNS, FISH HOOKS
MILL STONES, PISTOLS, BOLTING CLOTH.
HE -A. ? T Ac O O
39 Hayne Street, and Corner of Kine: and Market.
ootl-tuthanao ? . CHABLE8TOW, S. O.
Authorised Capital. .$3,000,000
Guaranteed Capital.. 600,400
Deposited with State
Comptrollei a for
Security of Policy
OF MACON, GA.
W. B. JOHNSTON, President.
W. S. HOLT, vice-President
OHO. H.. OHE AR, Secretary.
|J. W. BURKE, Genertf Agent.
jj. MERCER OREEN, IC D., Med?
W. J. MAGILL, Superintendent of
C. P. MCCAY, Actuary.
WILSON GLOVER, AGENT,
Office cf Messrs. L. D. Mowry & Son,
SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
Ma. WILSON GLOVER, Agent for the above aafe and popular Company, ls prepared to <ake Risks
in any patt of tho state on the most satisfactory terms, as will appear by examining the several
Tables and Rates offered by the Company, and of which the special features are:
1. Policies not Forfeltabld.
2. No Restrictions as to Residence or Travelling.
8. Dividends declare! and paid annually after second year.
4. Policies paid within si tty daya after death.
6. One-third premium loi med when desired._
J. W. PARKER,
?ni*?i-atnnArj3mos GENERAL AGENT FOR NORTH AND 80?TH CAROLINA.
(?oiiflrmfi, gtotrnng, &t.
No. 141 KING IjTREET,
VEST SIDE, A FEW DOOKS KOI TH OF QUEEN STREET,
Would respectfully Inform nts friends tbs tue
has just returned from New Tors with a large
and well selected stock of tho latest styles of
PALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Also, a foll assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURBISHING GOODS,
* INCLUDING THE
CELEBRATED STAB SHIRTS.
KID AND CASTOR GLOVE,
FROM OMI TO SIX BUTTONS.
Black, White, Light, Mode and Dark. All the new
fancy colors to match the prevailing shades
of Silks and Dress Goods.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & GO.,
N E WTO B K ,
SOLE AGENT F?R THS UNITED STATES.
Oroicru?, "Liquors, &i
H. KLATTE & CO.
AOENT8 FOR CHARLESTON.
We ?ave appointed Hess.'? H. KL AI TE & 00.
Sole agents for Charleston for this Celebrated
Brand ol PTjTlE" KENTUCKY WHISKEYS, both
HYEa?ndB"URBO?;.: ! . "".T,WT
These Wh h,key s are gtmranteed poreKBWrTJCK?
COPPER DISTILLED, free from ail compound
we respectfully ^^?ffi ?SSSSR
era that we Keep const""SaMM^ Wbis
of the above already ^0 ?he ti^Se at outillera
eye. and offer ssme to "^LaTTE 4 ca, i
rL$^?> No. 188 East Bay.
&grtioTl 8aUt~gqi? EJap.
J Bjf.^SKSLOW #C0,
SUPFR10R MUSCOVADO MOLASSES.
THIs U AY,-tm?TsrB=Tnittm, at half-patt 10
o'clock wiuira wJ4<a'At?amww^?r?r
76 hnda. Superior 5??SOOVA.L)0 M0L48SBS,
almost equal to Piirfr? TTIcbT" coli
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING' AND 8HOE8.
THIS DAV, I5H inserir, at TO-?'Cl??lC' ITO
Will Mil at our ?tore, Na 186 Meeting ' ?rte*':'A
general assortment of ?^easenabie D?T GOi>DS,
Biaeketa, Comforter?, Bed Spreads, Ac AIM.
Clothing, consisting of a general assortment ?f
Coats. Panta and Vests. Alto,: on accoaat or
whom lt may eooatraj I Aaaorted Dry
Gooda And, on account or all concerne?? :, 10
dozen Berlin Gloves, 4 pieces Gray rwined1 Fan?
nel, 5 piece* Faacr CaeMmeier, 101 doren Head
and Pocket' Handkerchief*: Als>,. at Ta o'cioak
precisely : 18 cases Assorted Shoes, Men's Buff
Balmoral?, Tooth's Tip Balmoral*, Men's Sapo
le?n Boots, Ladles' Scallop and Piala Topi Balmo?
rals, Boys' Wax and Kip Brogan*, co DOW o aa
cwh. _ ;ro3^T
BLECKE & PETBRMAN
WILL SELL BEFOSE THEIE
Stores, Noa. 21 and 28 Ven doo Ranke.
THIS DAT, at naif-past 9 o'clock A. M , ou ac
wont of whom lt may concern, ...<: mn
21 Tons Prime LEAF LARD, Wm- J.-Wilcox A
Do. brand. ^-.v - vr...
Bj LAURE F* ALEXANDER & CO.''-.
Da BELLIES,-SIEIP-S PIG HAMS
. AVD XHOCCUERS, A^PLl?S, Ac, Ac, -, '
THIS DAT, istti instant, will be sold, b?fdfe dor
itore, at nan-past9^cl&tT~7
400 Choice D. S. S. C. bELLIE:}
600 Choice N. T. 3. a Strips
800 Good'N. T. S. 0. Pig Hamsand Shoulders
600 Canvased and Dnbagged Hams
IA bbis Choice Apples
- bola Blscnl's and Potatoes
Bags Groundnuts .
Boxes Cheese, Raisins, Ac, Ac :
Conditions cash. _. optic .
Bj WM. MCKAY.
A TT A CH MENT ' SALE' OF 3TOOK OF
c\. Clothing, Dry Goods, Ac. of Messt. Gol
lenoerg A Barn, wm bes?la 7BI* DAY. (Tues
lay,)asd contlnne every day, At 10 o'clock, at
its Salesroom, No. 46 Wentworth utnet. until en?
ire Stock is disposed of, a large' ind varied -as?
en men t of Gent*'. Youths' and Boya* Custom
nade Clothing:. Superior Felt and Wool "Eats,
.ames' and Misses' Trimmed, Fancy Bata."-ba?
nes' Undergarments; L.B.' Belk,tap, Hickory .
Calico and 0. F. Shirts. Table and Pocket Cutlery,"
.foti -?Lg and one Show Case. .?ctr?
&ytirm Balea~Untare iPiqjyi^'J
By WM. McKAT. ' J ,;
ESTATE SALE OF FURNITURE BE?
LONGING to the late E. E. Bedford/-Bsq.
Arm BeU on FRIDAY, ism instant, at bia
furniture Mart, in the rear of No. 46
?ventworth street, at hair-past io o'clock,- .
arge assortment of Superior Household Forni
?ure. CARPETS, Mirrors, Pictures, Hair Maana,
?es, Pillows, Ac. Goods can be inspected prior fe*'
lay of sa'e._,-:Ijggljj
By WM. McKAY. ' : f,liT
?NE HUNDRED THOUSAND BBlCKSV
by order of Alderman B. O'sm, Chairman
ir Committee OL- Streets. . WU be ?old on, dPHi
>AY, 18th inmant, at corner or rjnlgnarrj and
''as: Bay ? ?reels, In lota to ault parcha-era.
"arms cash on day of sale. - ?. ? oqn6-tuthfx .
U- ll !'
VTORTHEASTEBN RAILROAD C0J?
Ll '' PAKT. : ?3?'A' '
> S?HKHXjrr?KDxifT'a Oryicxv f r. j t ri '
CHABXXSTOH. ?v C., august ll,. 1872./ .
On and aftertue 16th instant, the Tdikywinr
'UR0UGH RATES OP F HEIGHT to aurWrtaa iii
heraw and Darlington Railroad ?rill be snooted
y the rentes Via CHARLESTON and 'WILkflCNG
CN: r.tV-i 0 ? . fl io TJtf.'.'io sV7
. I 1st I 24. I 3d . I Ita,.I 6th
Claas. Class. Chu,a. Clasa Ciaxa.
"BOM- -, -
New York. 170 lit) iso ' oo "To
Pauadelphla... 110 140 HO w 70
Ballimore. TOO ISO na 80 oo
From Baltimore, Corn 24 cents per bnaneL
From Baltimore. Flour $l per barreL ?' '
Cotton, to New York. $4 per bale, ? - .7
Cotton, to Philadelphia, $4 per bale,
cotton, to Baltimore, ts 60 per bole. .
For copies ot Rates ami Oisnaineation, apply to
kgents on Une ol Oneraw and, Darlington Rail
oad, or to ' '1 . '?'uT> r:bu
8. S. SOLOMONS; Bunt. N. E. Bl R. !'_
A. POPE, tien, A gt. W., c. and A. E.R. -
M9- Darlington. Marlboro', thssterneld and
Vadesboro' papers copy. aogia-tnnmoi -
^OrjTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
OHABLX8TOH, s, c., September 27, tais:.
ion ana arter s UN DAT, Septem ocr ML tte pan*
ouger Trains on the South Oarounil Railroad will
un as tallowa: .;!.>- lo 8-t!sim
m . $ ?'. FOB COL LTt HI A- -, T ?
leave Obarlesten.~.... os? A ai
irrlve at colombia.0.20 f u
? ??' '? ? toa AoaosT*. .? at i-> ?ii
jeave Charleston..;. ? sa A M
urrrre at Augusta.6.io r k
TOB CIIABLS8T0V. '- ''C OI
neave OolnmUa.......?.v.. ooo A M
trrlve atOharleston. ASA ru
/eave AUgu>W...;:....-.-..;-.-."...'.^.';;'..'0'.0v A M
irrlve at chafleaton..;. 4.&0 y jt
, : , COLUMBIA BIQHT MEMO?. ??; . .
(Sundays excepted.) . 1 1 .
jeave OhATleston.... .i?????.*...... UOJT.M
Lrmeat Colomhlr>.. ?.80 A-ic
>ave ColumbU... TW FE
sxriTe at charleston.?aiiA'v
ADOtrSTA NIGHT XXPBJTS&. . ?}
jeave Oharlfleton. 830 ? M
irrlve at Augusta..,.?....7,s*.' a
jeave Augusta.?.0.1fi r u
Lrrlf e at Charles'on.;.?.Ul i.? A1*
jeave Summerviue at.... ....i..i?4?.T M
Lrrlveat charleston-. 8.40 a x
eave Charleston.M. Ujix
Lrrive at summerville 4.40 t u
OAVDIM TBAIK. Itfj7el?li0rt
?eave Camden..??.. 7.20 A U
irrlve at Colombia. h.V.ljLOrXM
.eavo oolnmbia..'. 2.M fm
trrlve*? Camden....... .&$*Jul
Day and Night Trains connect at August* wttn
lacon and Augusta Railroad, Oentm'SB*fMont-<
mo Georgia Railroad. THU li thc quicksand
neat direct route and aa comfortable andonean ag
my other roete to Louisville, Oinclnnaa, chicago,
JU LOnla and all otter pointa Weat aud Noobweu.
Columbia Night Train connect* witt ureeavide
ind columbia Railroad ; and Day and- NlghtTram?
iona oct with Charlotte Road. - mil "fir la
Through tickets on.sale via this route to fl
pointa No rt n. .' ..'..*
Camden Train connects at King-vine- dali (ex
sept sundays) with Day Passenger Train, ,and
runs thronen to (?iambi*. _ . J
^ A. L. TYLER, Vloe-Presidftnt. ;
8. B. PIOKBNS. Q. Tr A. - _sep2T
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON
On and aaer MOKD A V. : Jon e 1 nth; 1 tbs n*.
?enger Trains on ttl* Road w Ul run u folio wi;
..I EXPRESS TRAIN.
Ueave Charleston dally.MO P. M.
arrive at savannah ;dally.?.46 P^M.
Leave Savannah dally.IMO WM.
arrive at Onarieaton dany.-A. M.
. DAY TRAIN. ; s
Leave Charlosten, Sundays excepted.. 7.40 A. M.
Arrive at savannah; snbdaysexcepted. aso P. K.
beare savannah, sundays excepted... u A. kv
arrive at charleston, Sundays exc?ted^ AJO P^M.
Passengers from Charles ton- by 7.40- Avie train
make dose connection with Port ?oyal: Ballroad
ror au Stations oa that Road. iSnnday* excepted )
Freight forwarded a any on ttrbugn buts onad .
Lng UJ points in Florida and by Uavannab^uneot
EteamBhlpa to Boston. Prompt.dispatch given 10
fretghta tot Biaufort and polou oa^ Port Koy*l
Railroad and at as low rat*? ae 07 any oWerlfne.
Tlokets on sate at tala-offloa for Beaufort over
g. a BOYLSTOW. OosPl Ft>-and Ticket Agent.
im*K\M".ri~.-;? !.-'..'- i .-vt _
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
if - 5,7 . .. CHABLB8TOV, 8. C.. ??f* ?Bt
^Arrive ^u?narleiton .6.00 A. *L (Mondagi ex
%^dc^8noV^veOaafleston s.oo?, lL,?im.
?ponSoothand Baiumom. Tho*e leartog
SLStftaMSIS Train lay over on SCKDAT in Bal
^feT^ose?lMon SATUX^Trematt Son
ant route te cinclnoatL cmcago and other polou
West and No ^TM^??i.??J?ni
nectioos at Wa^logtostlrttt Western TrafM of
pa)tiTnnre ana OhiO Hrotono... n . "
P. \u OLEAPOR, Gen. Ttoket Agent. <? maya