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His B capt re ls a rat'le.
, His t urone ls mottler's arms;
yHe reigos a tiny tyrant,
J n all lils dimpled charms I
let round his royal presence
Onr lovina hearts entwine;
Dictator or the oradle,
and Ung by right divine t
Whatever be his mandates,
No courtiers dare rebel;
His mother's chief of the household,
Prime minister as well t
In yon p*ramboUtor.
His downy car of state,
Exacting, rosy monarch,
What triumphs on him walt i
In purple ease and splendor,
Long, long he seeks to reign;
All hints of nose disjointed
He amllea at with disdain l
Alas I that royal greatness
Should ever oe disowned ;
Here comes a tiny stranger
Klag Baby ls dethroned.
[From The Alaine for November.
THE "CODE OF HONOR.'
Tba La it Duelling la England and
[Prom Appleton's Journal.]
The last public duel between Englishmen in
England occurred In 1845. ^During the ten
SMffkMM years Mr. 'Roebuck had fought with
[r.. Black; Hon. Grantley Berkley with Hr.
M agin; Lord Castlereagh with H. de M eley;
the Marquis of Londonderry with Mr. Henry
Grattan; Lord Cardigan with Captain Tuckett,
and Colonel Fawcett with Lieutenant Monroe.
Five years earlier-in 1829-the Duke or Wei- I
llngton bad challenged and fought the Earl of j
Winchelsea. This last affair of honor was
really the epoch of duelling lu Eogland. The
old Dnke never said as much-Indeed, he al?
ways thought lightly of duelling-but there ls
little doubt that he regarded his meeting Win?
chelsea iq the field as the most absurd transac?
tion of fris life. Wellington was prime minister.
He had brought in the "Roman Catholic Relief |
Bill." The Earl of Winchelsea opposed lt,
and said that the whole thing was done under
false pretences. A prodigious correspondence
ensued, ending with the Duke's writing: "For j
this Insult, I believe that his Lordship will be
anxious to give me reparation." Now, "repa- I
ration" In duelling parlance ls the same as
"satisfaction," and lt ls quite evident that this
ls what the old warrior was driving at. The:
Karl, however, without retracing, continued
beating the bosh until he received a note In,
"I now call upon your Lordship to give me
that satisfaction lor your conduct which a gen- j
Ueman haa s right to require, and which a
gentleman never refuses lo give. I have the
honor, 4c, 2 "WELLINGTON."
To this the Earl replied:
. "The satisfaction which your Grace has de?
manded, lt ls, of course, Impossible for me to
decline. I have the honor to be, Ac,
Accordingly, the parties met at Battersea
Fields the next morning, the Duke attended
by Slr Henry Hardinge, the Earl by Lord Fal?
mouth. ' The ground having been measured
and the places taken by the principals, at the
word "Fire 1" the- Duke raised his pistol, but
seemed to hesitate, for he saw that the Earl
kept'-bib pistol pointing to the ground, evi?
dently not Intending; to fire. He then fired at I
random. The Earl did not discharge his pis?
tol. Thereupon Lord Falmouth stepped for?
ward and delivered a memorandum to Sir
Henry Hardinge, expressing the Earl's regret,
and the parties separated. Upon a subsequent' |
inquiry oy a committee of the House, Lord f
Falmouth stated that the condition on which
he consented to act as second to the Earl was
that the latter ahoold. not fire at the Duke.
Thia was certainly a very odd arrangement;
but Lord Falmouth went on to say that "tba
Earl ot Winchelsea thought that the lnjnry he
bad done the Dnke of Wellington waa too |
, -great for a mere apology, and that he ought to
receive Ma fire." Was ever infatuation car
ried further? Nothing;can be,more signifi?
can t of ' the change that forty years have pro?
duced lnjpublic Opinion, tbac that such a man
aa the linke of Wellington should have felt
it his duty to resort to a duel In vindication ot \
In Sco?and the duel that proved the knell
ortho departing custom occurred lu 1822 be?
tween Sir Alexander Boswell and James I
Stuart. The former, a considerable master of j
Irony, bad published a Bong In the Glasgow [
Sentinel, containing Imputations of cowardice j
against the latter.. He was asked to disavow
the authorship; bot would not; to withdraw
tile Imputation, but he declined; and, even ;
after the matter became serious, to say that j
be intended no reflection upon Mr. Stuart's
courage, bot be persisted in remaining silent.
The meeting, therefore, was decided upon.
In the carriage, on the way to the ground,
Slr Alexander expressed bis decided opinion
that Mr. Stuart could bave done nothing else
than call him out. He also declared bia in?
tention to fire in 'the air,and on getting out of j
the carriage, be said:
"Now, gentlemen, obaorve lt la my fixed
resolution to fire in the air." Mr. Stuart's |
? leeilnga seemed to have been equally forbear?
ing. He ?aid that he bad ne malice against
Uhr' alexanderj and, before anything took
place; he asked his second, the Earl or ROBS
?ya, if lt were not fit that he should make
a bow to bbl opponent and express a wlshi
for reconciliation. The Earl thought lt
right, and Mr. Stuart advanced toward [
Slr Alexander, apparently for that purpose,
but the latter's back- waa turned, and he did
not perceive the Intention. Mr. Stuart's con?
duct, from first to last, was cool, composed
and temperate. The ground was then meas?
ured-twelve long paces. They took their
"positions* the pistols were .banded to
them, and the Earl of Rosslyn gave
.the -word. At the first fire Sir Alex?
ander foll, mortally wounded. After be tell he j
? i?ld he regretted he bad not made his fire In
(.he air more decided than lt was; The balli
bad strack Wm lo the should er, abattered the |
shoulder-blade, and was supposed ti bave en?
tered the spine. Mr. Stuart advanced with
great anxiety ta ward the fallen man, but the I
Earl of Rosslyn hurried him away. The un?
fortunate baronet was carried to the Ralmuto |
House, where he expired.
Mr. Stuart was tried for wilful murder In
the High Court of Judiciary, Edinburgh; but
the jory, after a few minutes' consultation
without leaving the box,.returned a unani?
mous verdict ot "not guilty."
GERMAN WAR APPARATUS.
The Slew Arm,
A Berlin correspondent of the London
es writes: The Increase of the troops and
" rarement 61 the deadly machinery
keep pace with the erection of iresu
defences. By the new orders of the Emperor,
ioreahadowed io this oorreepondenoe three
months aga, thftfield artillery is raised to a
var.status of2056 guns. This is four pieces
more than the war force contemplated by M.
Thiers,-who, Itu well known, ls more than |
doubling his cannon. AB a useful Innovation,
I may also mention by the way that the bag In j
which tba cartridge ls placed will be he-;ce- j
forth made of silk, which cleanses the barrel
from slime and dirt, and supersedes the
necessity of wiping lt out. Excepting the
Bavarians, who r?tala the Werder rifle, tbe
whole of the German forceB have been armed
with the Improved needle-gun. As has been
stated bet?re, the Improvement chiefly con?
sists In a smaller bullet, giving a range of 1200
metres.- Tlie new gua adopts the caoutchouc
lock of the breech which the Cbassepot has,
and being somewhat shorter and handler
than the old one admits of from five to six I
salvos, and of from seven to ten rounds of I
quick fire being discharged in a minute. Tak?
ing aim ls also said to be greatly simplified by j
the new rifle. But, with all Its vaunted ad?
vantages, this second edition of old Dreyse
L has only a lew years to live. An altogether )
fe new model has been recently adopted, which,
V aa aoon as a couple o? millions are made, will
A supersede everything else. What thia latest
PT novelty really ls nobody knows. All we have
-been permitted to learn ls that the murderous
implement waa origcaily devised by a Wur
t&nburg gunsmith named Mauser, altered and
improved by a pbysloo-cbymico artlllerlstio
committee at Berlin, and that it gives to Ita
nappy owner the power ot killing twenty-six
merl-pe? minute, provided be hits them. That
anything like this number can be attained on
the battle-field ls a thlsg impossible; but aa an
ordinary soldier, even i ni the excitement of |
the flgtttr-ls Bald to be capable of firing from
twelve to fifteen rounds, the gun really seems
to mark-a new stride In the terrible art of dis
patching one's neighbor. If rumor tells true, it
Isa one-barrelled gun, with metal cartridge, '
central ignition, and a range exceeding
Chaasepot and Werder. The manufacture
has already commenced in public and private
establishment* The mitrailleuse baa been
definitively rejected for field purpose, being
replaced by tbe reintroduction ol the shrapnel
shot already tried in tbe war, and now adopt?
ed for good. It seems, however, that ibe
specimens of tho mitrailleuse captured from
theTrench will be distributed over the vari?
ous fortresses to aid tn the defence of a
' breach. Speaking of-owarilke preparations 11
might?! well-add that tbe new railway bridge (
over tba Rhine at Wesel la about to be taken
In hand. It will be the largest structure of
the kind In Germany, having, with Its via?
ducts on the right and left banks, a total
length ol six thousand two hundred feet
This ls about one mlle and a half, and consid?
erably more than twice the length of the rail?
way bridge over the Vistula at DIrschau, ac?
counted one of the finest in Europe.
Ehrnge ano Meoitints.
JLTX Physicians' Saddle Bags
Physicians' Pocket Oates
Electric kl achines.
For sale by DR. o. BA E K,
No. isl MeetingBtraot.
TTOMOOPATHIO R?aua?US?. i*
"f"" JUST BEOEIVEDTA FRESH SUPPLY.
A full line or all the most approved Mediclnea or
this School-in tinctures, powders and pellets ; in
au dilutions ?nd potencies. Also Family Medi?
?me oases, with Small's Practice. ; _
r or sale by DB. H. RAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
Slate s non ga
For aale by DB. H. BABB,
' Ko. 181 Meeting street
SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
DR. PIERCE'S NASAL DOUCHE
DR. PIERO B'S GUL.DKN MEDICAL DISCOVERT.
DeBlng's Pile Remedy
DeBlng's Via Fugas . _ .
Dr. Horsiord's Add Phosphates
Wllber'sOodllverOUandLlme. " _.""
For sale by DB. H. B Ah it,
ror um? u, Na 13t Meeting street.
VAN DEOSEN'S WORM CONFECTIONS
(Mada or Pore santonlne )
rieasant, reliable and effectual; has stood the
test or many yeara.
For sale Wholefale and Retan by
DB. H. BARR. No. 181 Meeting streut ;
BEEF, WINE AND IRON
BEEF, WISE, IRON AND CINCHONA.
These elegant and excellent stimulating Tonics
are now getting Into general nae, especially In
cases or delleatefemales and childi en. They may
be had of DR. H. BABB,
-Ho. 181Meeting street
A full stoojt of Kllxlrs, and aU the other new
Pharmaceutical Preparations . always kept on
band. . . ._
EXTRACTS FOB THE HANDKERCHIEF.
Comprising a variety or Lnbln's Choicest Odors
Please A Lnbln.
And Ohlrls' Extracta, In great variety
Soci?t? Hygi?nique Oil
Ac; Ac, Ao
For sale by DB. H. BAER,
No. 181 Meeting street.
"piTY THE TENDER BABE I
Give lt not tho deadly compound known as
Soothing Syrup. A certain popular article of thia
name has launched thousands of help;e-s Inno?
cents Imo an early grave This has been proven
repeatedly, and beyond the shad ow of a doubt,
for which reason illa condemned by the majority
Of physicians. >
Seeing toe-necessity ror an article of this sort,
entirely free from oplat<s, and other injurious
drags, Dr. Baer has put up the
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL, ?
for the use of Infants Teething, and for children
suffering fron diarrhoea, dyaentery, Ac. Thia
may be given with perfect confldeDce, and ls ap?
proved by every physician who lias examined-the
f?rmala. Price 25 cents per bottle: five bottles
Usual Dis conn t to the Trade. .
Manufactured and ror sale by
DB. H. BAER,
No. 181 Meei lng Street. Charleston.
DR. FTTLER'S VEGETABLE RHEO
. MATIO SYRUP.
Warranted nader oath, never to have faned to
care. 28.600 Oertiflcates or testimonials or care,
Including Rev. 0. H. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvania;
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls of Schuylkill. Philadel?
phia: the wife o? Rev. J. B. Davis, UtehUtown,
New Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia; Boo. .J V. Creole*, member Con
?reas from Philadelphia; Don. Judge Lee, Garn?
en, New Jersey; ex-Senator stewart Baltimore;
ex-Governor Poweu, Kentucky, and thousands or
others. Warran ".ed to core or money refunded.
Da. .GEO. CAULK, K, Agent
inlfl-lvr ; , charleston. 8.0.
OHARMSTON, 8. 0., October 22, 1872. .
To commissioners ofElection for Vn?m County ?:
Whereas Han. H. W. DUNCAN, who, at a sene
ral election held october, 1670, was chosen a mem?
ber or the senate for the Election District or
Union Comity, to serve for the tenn of faur years,
has, since said election, deceased; and whereas
tho Constitution or the State of South Carolina di?
rects that in such case a Writ of Election shall bo
issued by the President of the senate, for the pur?
pose of niling the vacancy thus occasioned for tho
remainder of the term for which the member so.
deceased waa elected to serve; now therefore
you, and each of yon, are hereby required, afier
due advertisement, and with strict i egard to all
the provisions of the Constitution and laws .of
said State touching your duty In such casa, to
hold'an election fora member of the senate for
the Election District aforesaid, to serve f?r the re?
mainder of the term for which the Bald Bon. H.
W. DUNCAN was elected, the polls to be opened
at the varions places of election m the said Dis?
trict, on TtraaOAY, the fifth day of November,
1872, by |the varions sets or managers for those
places and the counting of the votes cast and
the declaration of the result or the election, to be
in accordance with the provisions of the Act ap?
proved March, li70, en med "An Act to provida
ror the General Elections, and the manner of con?
ducting the Kane." and th - act of 1872, amenda
torr thereof. This wnt together with a certtfled
copy of your return or eleotion, to be held under
lt nave bet?re the Senate at its next meetlug
after the election.
Witness, the Hon. A. J. RANSIER, President or
the senate, at Charleston, 8. C., this 23d day of
October, 1872. ALONZO J. RANSIER,
-- - President or Senate.
Attest : J. WOODBUFF, Clerk of senate. .
OC124-U _? _
QTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
CHARLESTON, S. c., Oct ober 22, 1872.
To Commissioners of Elections for Chester
Whereas, Hon. LUCIUS WIMBUSH, who at a
general election held October, 1870, was chosen a
member of the Senate for the election diatriot of
Cheater County, to serve for the term of four
years, bas tlnce said election deceased, and
whereas, the Constitution of the State of South
Carolina directs that in such case a Writ of Eiee
tien shall be Issued by the President of the Sen?
ate, ror me purpose or ailing the vacancy thoa
occasioned, lor the remainder of the tei m lor
which the member so deceased wa? elected to
Berve; now, therefore, you and each of yon are
hereby required, after dne advertisement a id
with strict renard to ail tbe provision* of the Con?
stitution and laws or saki state, touching your
duty in such case, to hold an election for a mem?
ber of tbe Senate ror the Flection District afore?
said, to serve for the remainder of the term ror
which the said Hon. Lucius Wimbush was elected;
the polis to oe opene l at the various places or
election, In the said district, on TUESDAY, the ?th
day ol November, 1872, by the various sets of
Managers for tbose places; and the counting of
the votes cast, and the declaration of tba result
of the election to be in accordance with the pro?
visions or the Act approved March, 1870 entitled
"An Act to provide for the general elections and
the manner or conducting the same." and the Act
of 1872. amendatory thereof. This writ together
with a certified copy of y our return of election to
be held under it, have before the Senate at' ita
next, meeting after the election.
Witness, the Hon. A. J. RANSIEB, President of
th" Senate, at Charleston, thin 22d day of October,
1872. ALOxZO J. RANSIER,
President of the Senate.
Attest: j. WOODRUFF, Clerk or Senate.
HAYE J?ST RECEIVED A FULL ASSORT?
MENT OF ESOLISH, FRENCH -,
. . t
JOH Y GOODS,
DRESS GOODS OF ALL KINDS, A FULL
REAL AND IMITATION LACES AND EM?
LACE GOODS OF ALL KINDS.
HARRIS'S SEAMLESS KID GLOVES,
With a gnat variety or other Kia Gloves.
BEAVER GLOVES AND GAUNTLETS.
8ILK AND THREAD GLOVES.
80APS, EXTRACTS, BBUSHE3, Ac, Ac.!
A VERT FULL AND HANDSOME STOCK
SHAWLS AND COVERINGS
.' v'i... <.') TOHlfiVCi?i ,TTPt)iK)Ut3''i
OF ALL KINDS FOR FALL AND WINTER |
WE ARE RECEIVING NEW GOODS Bvj
J. R. READ & CO.
NO. ?375 KING 8TBEET,
WILL OPEN ON MONDAY,
a., . a-.Tl ft?i . i.::. Ms '? ? ri
AND EVERY DAY D?RING THE WEEK, AN
immense variety or NEW AND DESIRABLE
GOODS, which we goa ran tee to be the best j
.elected Stock In this market, and which are o ser?
ed at lowest New York prieta:
BLACK BILKS 0 FANOY SILKS !
COLORED SILKS IRISH. POPLINS
BILK VELVE IS VELVETEEN
SILK VALOURS CAaHMERETS
EMPRESS CLOTH -
FRENCH POPLINS i
ind all ether styles of Dress and M earning Goods.
FULL LINES OF
Domestic and Housekeeping |
FURS ! ' FURS I ' PUBSIj
KID GLOVES !
KID GLOVES I
KID GLOVES i;
Fine Selection of Cloths in
BEAVERS * .' ' ,;I
LAMB WOOL CLOAKING, (something new.)
Gents' Furnishing; Goods? j
A NEW AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF THE
9ILK HANDERCHIEFS NECKTIES
CUFFS AND COLLARS GLOVES
A COMPLETE AND FINE LINE OF
This Department la attended to by Clerk Ladles, |
engaged for tau purpose.
Seweat styles' of Untrimmed HATS, - Flowers,!
tuera, B?t Ornaments. Corsets, Hosiery,
Bows, Scarfs, Laos Collate, Lace Handkerchiefs,;
Dress ana Cloak Txlmmtng, Fringes, 4c
Special at teat lon ls-called to the Great Bargalna
we offer in -
Carpets ! Carpets ! Carpets t
Bought 25 per cent' Under value, and which wo
guarantee to all mt lower ngnras than they can
be bought .at any Northern market. Mr. CLOT-i
WORTHY has charge or making and laying all of
onr Carpets. His wort; la guaranteed to aire satis -
Our 8tocE or UPHOLSTERY GOODS ls too finest,1
best and cheapest.
LACE CURTAINS, Ac
Special Departments for. our very extensiva
Stock of Goods for the Wholesale Trade, and Mer?
chants, Milliners and Farmers wm always find the
best and cheapest selection of gooda at our store.
We hare adoptai the strictly One-Pries system
m au oar Departments.
i F?RCRGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.
Urogs at Wrjfrl&ate.
SIGNALS OV ?? '. BXNGEB.-DISEASE,
like the rattlesnake, osaalty gives fair warn?
ing before it strikes. A fairing appetite, a furred
tongue, nausea, headache, want of proper action
In tbe bowels, fev?rlshoess. lassitude, nervous?
ness and nneaay recline in the stomach, ftc. are
all symptomatic or a coming attack of Indiges?
tion, biliousness, colic, fever, or some other post'
tlve form of disease. When thus menaced/resort
Tavrrant's E av referent S el tier Aperient,
and thus avert the attack. Acting simultaneous?
ly upon the digestive organs, the liver. The bow?
els and the nerves, ibis refreshing and agreeable
alterative will soon restore the system to ita nor?
mal condition ot health, regularity and vigor.
Sold by au druggists. ootS4-i2
Si?rte ano ^nrniefjmg ?oo?e.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
BEATS' FLRA?SI?lA?? STORE,
0. ' C?aYRi^i^ar?N, e. . c.' .
. y.i.B- tsi" .. . ffo
SSSSSSSS . : 88888883
883388 SPATTS 883888
8>S3S VUll I I O 88383
?i STAR if
si SHIRT sis
S8S8 . . 8388
SS38S3 EMPORIUM 883833
Tba Proprietor or the above Establishment has
Jost returned from New York with a new and
weil selected Stock ot the Ce'.eorated
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
?USO, A PINK ASSORTMENT OF
OK?TLEMEl?'S FURNISHING GOODS,
UN DER WE AK,
Shaker Flannel, Wool and Merino, Cotton Flan?
nel, Shirts and Drawers, all grades andan sizes.
English Merino and Cot ton Hair Hose.
Also, a full selection of the latest Novelties in
t?FXi J? WE A K
English Wl'udBor Scarfs, Marquise Scarfs,
lord Stanley Scarfs, Livingston Cravats,
Chancellor Scarfs, Bows and Ties.
Gray's P APL K COLL ABS or all descriptions.
Walking Canes and Umbrellas.
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET HAIL.
Clothing arti inrmorimg ?cobs.
NEW GOODS !
EVERYTHING NEW !
MENKE & MULLER,
.,. ; i . ti-t .. > Ki !?< .H>... C. '
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 INSPECTION OF THE
GOODS AND PRjICES
COB, KING AND WENTWORTH STS.,
Ii RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
?Jianoo, Organs, &c.
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
Furnished at'factory prices for Cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. M '0 LE NAH AN,
Plano and Mus?a Store,
sep3-lmoa No. 1S1 Elna street.
China, <&tockex& &z.
CHINA, GLASS AND CROCKERY,
- AT THE OLD STA HD,
KING STREET, CORNER OF LIBERTY STREET.
11 The Sabs criber wonld respectfully inf rm big
mends an3 the public that lits .steck is now com?
plete tn CHIN A, GLAS> AND CROL EE KY, Plain
white 'abd Fancy China, Glass and Fancy Ohma
Goods, Lamps, Shade-, sc., Ac.
ootio-thsruamoe . K. H. MCDOWELL, Agent
Cigore, ?obceco, ff t.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND, TOBACCO HOUSE
,. Ito. 310 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO of all kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examine stook before bnylng else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. H.-The Wheel of Fortune constantly on
hand, invest 2? cantu and try your luce
.:v,f \\[. jin
Qatowtt? ^qriralicrol JmpUre<r?0r l^f.
iwntsfn- nt, ii"! ? -' j y.T''. '..'>"! "WW
?Til! ?vi . .i
AVERY & wma??Mm
?il'.U '.?. ^.
A Plough, with Scraper, Bull Tongae, Turning and Shovel
Mould, Complete, for $16 25.
Or if the Dixon Sweep be preferred to the Shovel Mould,
price $15 25. . .. ; rd . . ,,a tsmi.M-?\ .:\
We have also u Fall Assortment of One and Two Horse
Ploughs, both Cant and Steel,; of AVERY & SONS, as well as
ALSO A PU li L LINE OF "
i?-.?l: 'i :.. di
a: ti-:*... -rfi?M?aJ
XT' _4L IEBANK'S SOAL?]S.i
BURDICK'S HAY AND FODDER CUTTER.
We are also in Receipt of a Tull Lane of
SWEDES IRON, HOES,!' POT WARE,
ENGLISH IRON, TRACES,. TJNWAR?E,1
HOOPIRON, NAILS, WQ?DWARE,
PLOUGH STEEL, ROPE, BES T FIS H LINE9,
TURPENTINE HACKS, PLOUGH LINES, SEINE;; TWINE, '
TURPENTINE TOOLS, GUNS, :JJWA?|?:2M
MILLSTONES, PISTOLS, BOLTING CLOTH.
"ET.A. RT A? O O . ,
39 Hayne Street, and Corner of Kino; and Market,
ootl-iathanao '*L\mAMzJbinxUk Ai
SIMMONS' HEPATIC COMPOUND, OR LIVER CURE, :
: .?: .. ') lilllWCI i - .. ? .':...! M lo 1 ??IM f>.,'l . . . :
FOR ALL DERANGEMENTS OF THE LIVER, SKIN, KIDNEYS, STOMACH AND BOWELS.
Pot ap lo liquid form, already prepared for Immediate nae, saving time and' twubie, and lnsur-?
lng aproper proportion ol each valuable Ingredient. .. .
It la mild and gentle In its action. It removes tba bilerrorjuhe system: .it imparts tone and
strength to the wnuie frans. It gives the liver a healthy character "and restores.the sinking and
drooping body to health and strength,. This Medi?me has teen tried hy thourands and never fOBnd,
wanting* Uoder Ita inda moe the race will have the bloom of health; the eye its lustre, the brain Ital
power. It will invigorate the feeble, and prove the greatest Messing to thoae who 'suffer. 1? '
. Try lt for yonrsemsaad you wm recommend^ toyoor friends. .1 ?
FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS, AND DEALERS EVERYWHERE. .
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
ii WHOLESALE AGENTS, CHARLESTON, S. a
KING A RODBOROUGH, Waldo. Florida, Proprietors.- angl-thstuSmoa
Authorized Capital..**, 100,000
Guaranteed Capital.. 1100,000
Deposited with State J .
Security of Policy
.v: ''.?-L?FE^'':- --r
GEO. S. OBEAR, Secretary. :
J::Wi!f?RKEi?eBerrd Agent j
J. ME HO Kit GREEN, M. D., Med J
Meal Baamlner; . J
W. J. MAGILL, Superintendent o?
O.K. MCCAY, Actuary. j
Onie? of Messrs. !. D. Howry & Son,
SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARP? Charleston, S. C: j
Ma. WILSON 0L0VISR, Agent for the above safe and popular Company, ls prepared, to ?aae Riskj
In any part or the state on the most satisfactory terms, as wUl appear by examining the severaj
Tables and Rateaofferetl by the Company, and of which the special features are: ' jc
1. Policies not Forfi lt ab! e. ?
2. No Ees tr lc 11 ons a s to Residence or Travelling.
8. Dividends deolax >i and paid au Dually after second year.
4. Policies paid wit] da sixty days after deatb.
6. One-third premio m loaned when desired. _
J. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT FOR NORTH: AND SOUTH CAROLINA.
ittirteral Sperm (Dil.
THE NEW DISCOVERY,
MINERAL SPERM OIL.
Thia OIL ls perfectly non-explosive, will -not
Ignite at soo depress KJirenneit, and u entirely
odorless. For railroad cars, steamers.and dwell?
ing ndnses ls in vainabla.
Becommended by the Board of ' underwriters,
steamboat Inspector, i, President of Chamber
or Commerce and Captains of Steamers
trading to this port, and by hundreds1 '
. ct families wee; are how
nsing lt In the city. .
Is more brilliant that. Kerosene, Lighthouse or
other Explosive oosaow tytil ,*uluuua? wr
OIL BUR <. ER8 ASI' ;CflujN'JES ati Wholesale
and retau by. DpCpU?B.A MILLEB, '
Sole Agents for-thr State of Sooth Carolina,
Dialers In Pauta, o ito, QhuB Ac Ao"
.,, .Jip. 03 Eas; Bay, South of Postofflce,
oct i-imo Charleston, a a
No. 88 HASEL, STREB?
18 NOW BECEI7ING A NEW SUPPLY C
' ?' " ! ' ALL KINDS OP
And ls selling at his nsoaily low prices-Mst as?
gained for bim such a TeryUber- patronage,bei
In city and country. Try him, yon will go agali
He ls sole Ag eat for the
: . J "WAKEFIELD" EARTH CLOSET,- i.
'Hie OT ly one which dares claim te give satl
facci?n. . i j. 1 i ._rt
Go to "WHITE'S" fdr your FURNITURE ls tl
' - f/ord all over the State. oct?nrtmtt_?
r ?.i .i ?i : .14(01 :.)?! ? KI: i WISUCQ Hi-y. )
-Icntt?m Bait* ? *k?? 9t-.~
' *f.&tBktfflghsM i cfc
BELLIES, STREPS* HAMB, Ac.
iront or our Store, at half-past 9 Relock,
XL .W9 CboiceJ). & B'lliai .v.^lxjjr oWs?iPftt??-..
wo Cho.ce New Tort 8. O.'Strtpf
aw canvassed Bamt
lsorIo?*rx^Bftin*:j;.f. /LOKfcJX. ,
lioxeaHerringa, Cheese, UtiMackeral
10 bblB. Pig Shoulders "
BJ r JU boxea cacica Strips, loo fts each. ; Jt .
Bbl?. Apples, PoU^Afr^j
icon l?OfiactsLIVEaPOOLSALT. -
Conditions casa. ....r.,.,T ..^^"pttSftf
STEFFENS, WERKEB ^'JSVSKKW
TT7TLL SELL THIS DAY? BEFOSE
YV their store*. Vendue BADge^ ft o'clock,
to robs and kegs BUTTEE,... T ." ,,"a
:?bbls.'N:Y.^p* " ' ? -a
25 bbla. SmallPig Haran . . : . . ,v".> ?fesJ .ta
-ii toa, Brigit Smoked Shoulders ...
- Potatoes; WM?' Beans, coffee, tugar, IV 8.
Bcmes^Smpkedpork.:?: j ^?tgg^MUto
TTTILL BE SOLO JHjS DAY, BEFORE
W ?irstore: rn?.I* t?aV&f&UW&eZ
li h^t be^TC^?ACRE?l^:I9AliaWn|0?;,,
15 tobe Baiter; Jowls, Strips ...
Shoulders, Pork, Bacon, D. a Sides, Au. .w*
. -8 boxes Smoked L. C. Sides.. ' " D-ftrf?t
. Condi?onsca?h^.,;. n .octao,
D. Sl HIS DATfafS-?l?&cft?, we wm
2600 poundsD. &SHOULDERS ... .....
1600 pounds Bacon Shoulders - ' 0, r
i 2W0.pounds Hams, lc . bil Jd
.. ObndUlnfllcaah.. "?, ? ;! , , ..,,pca?,.
- * * ^f-JJU-TOBIAsj? SOHS.- ?M .A u
TJORTO EICO SUGAR AT^PUBEIG
TBIS DAT, 29th Instant, we will sell m Store,
onoedtriawfihrrT'"^ z.iatao? >n
67 barreta Good_Eoito Rico SUGAR.
y... i. i ' M i.i " H ' i if n .?<i, ? 'if
"li ! ciWM*Mtit?>J ?"1 t?wdlWifef
-O?BNiTDRE OF A FAMILY LWAJ38G
J: the City-KAHOQANY, BEDSTEAD^ Bair
-?eat Chairs, Wardrobe, Sofe^ Cocking <Uliem^
-s?ianndrtea>?i?pd! O?HTU ..TO? wolsga
Queen and Ohm^atrtetayi ,tii? t? ?-i?.' 1> hBUBq
" ai^ttW?SB^m .SL.naaiK.
SALISBOOMS No. 45:: WENT WORTH
street, will sell THIS BAT; at half .ps? io
o'clock, an invoice orPineBBEsS QOO??s Faacy
.irmurei. Persian Stripe*, Oolowd AJp*p*#,
White and Brown Table Damask, loo doaea Ttjflet
Soaps, and the usual assortment of NotlonjCAc.
Also. 10,000 oigara. : .. \ :Z\ ;,.oo|By,
By JOHH tf.mNORJb GOi; -
BLUE J???_QN_ACCOUNT O* ALL
i OOHOERNED-Dry Goods, Clothing, Ac
.THIS DA*, ^ U^*Dt. ^ mM?^^X
we win sell, on account or all conceff eg: I Jue,
18 p eces. BLUE K B NT ?0KY"JBAB?C BUlCk?SAtl
nets. Black Cananeros, Prtnt^eJtwsj peached
Ticking. HrrticTT. AC ou>tHiS(i: WjfoA:-*iid
Kan CT Satinet COATS ARD PANTS, Jean, cotton- ;
ade. Melton an J "XrassQ?ErB~Co?i s. Panto and
Vests.i omiditKaa^aish,y;v:? VA',) U-JUT9#&
.' By-vT. T. I!E?i^l'?^?V&lSam^-(L
? ?- I .. . Auctioneers. ?0 # fn.".OJ
-\T ATER LOT ON BUTLED-QE
.: %T ; .tftttfBBElkon ?rt?iaffi w?Jin
street; ir-vi-"cJ^ ?-i.-? ,ooMoo t?W?
plat of tb? Bcneen i roe?-ny. 'maaaaring 00 f?et
on BuUrdge si ree K 44 feet on the bafkllPftibjJSP
feet m depth. _
Terms-on emba?r casfffTi alabee lu one year, se
-cnrt?ny mortgage ot .property and <qsnl bidfur
. Afaetloweera. . . _
AS OATTLE^BAiUC.- : dlfw MOO SliU
Th? alxiTaLOTS^on Bmiadgaatenqc. iVlsigtam
interest; purchaser to pa? os lor papers..'
By RIECEE& PMEIOUfflr? OAm
? AMctlM'?n. i
A ' FIRST-CLASS FAMILY GROCERY
. 'STORE AT^POTW^ [M^ ^-m
will be sold ai A of t ion on WK^NEsaDAT* JOUtf
pjrno?auhw simply because the proprietor cen
WW. Y. LErrCH ? B; S? BR?NS,
.: wm be sold, under decree of |bjs Court of nOnas
end of BI OM/street, . imfctooi MSTT oottfia
Borinlalt cbraeVof i?rt SSfsttSt ??
aWBy. in the-city of Ch a ri eston, adjolrdaar oil tats
south .the Cemetery of the Unitarian Church,
measuring forty-five (45) feat on Afchda'e irr?el,
rr om Bosch to north, and two i hundred and sixty
three- t2A3) feet on I cuffjrd's-.alley,?from wact tq
eaat, more ot leas; it originally consisted of three
' lots-the corner lot tony-ave " <?) ?et Trunfe %b
Archdale street, by t wo hundred and alxteea Wt)
feet deep on Clifford's .ailey, and two small iou
twenty (20) feet and twenty-*even tat) tm* Trout
odinorth sideofi.iiffard!aaaBy>ii to oblmiuoifa
Terms-one-hair cash; balance in one y eat, jfith
interest at seven per cent', B?cm^TbyJbWBTTor
the purchaser and -mortgage or the property.
.Iftfrar paylngos for P^^^
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tai lu ..ttiil?c-t luflcssT? i ? viivnii .? Uitn:
AGENTS FOR CHARUE8TOM.
We have appointed Messrs. H KtATTB AOC.
Sole Agents for ^S^J^J^S^^S^SSSi
COPPER D 1STlLLRD\ free from a^0^^T:
to pmeatinfxmgem^^.^ ^Wo,
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. .ta- T ?a&aT .oO ?;f>:-.V/
we^^respecifuuy mtoratonr M^:f*&M?
- ??rv i^l?oa. wouw sonclt pubhopatrehage
1,1 "?^^ to B o??'eiU,. Wholesale .Grocer,
W^^BS?K Bftchoff ACo?^oJe
No. 16? ^i""" Si., DOV Mr. Tbrjns* A. ftayBftrd,
Na 4 cumberlaod ?t?4V :
: ^ts^mos ,r::.r.mfM*r*.9>
i MXATJUTBS.1 ?T8.89.--a;-LJ
- :clGsrve of fat; can be
' -^erjalflo eau be takca^wl^t yoopyej ?J,,
:| S?fBu ons-./ i i?i Ro-mMas^atrefij