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What of That *
Tired 1 well, and what of that ?
Didst fancy life was spent on beds of ease,
Fluttering the rosa leaves ?cattered by the brer zo t
Comajtvose tbee t work while '< t? called to day ;
Co ware, arise, go ici th upon thy way !
Lonely t and what of that?
Some m us i be lonely; 'tis not given to all
To feel a heart responsive rise and rail.
To blend another life into its own:
Work may be done In loneliness; work on i
Bark I well, ami what or that?
Didst fondly dream the sun woo ld never set?
Dost fear to lose thy way ? Take courage yet,
Learn thoa to walk by faith and not by sight,
Thy steps will guided be, and guided right.
Hard I well, and what or that ?
Didst fancy Hie one summer holiday,
With lessons none to learn, and naoght but play ?
Go. get thee to ibftaek. conquer or els l
ti must be learned; learn lt, then, patiently.
No help I nay, 'tis not so;
Though naman help be rar, thy God ls nie h.
Who leeds the ravens, hears His children's cry;
He's near thee wheresoe'er thy footsteps roam.
And Be wm guide thee, light thee, help thee home.
MURDER OF CHILDREN.
Infanticide tn India-Female Children
Destroyed-\. Uni versal Crime-Terri?
ble Statistics Given by English Oi
nolals-British Knie tn India.
The Central Provinces reports for 1870 sop- ?
ply. the annexed account lu regard to the
prevalence or Infanticide Lu that country:
regular village visitation was Instituted, and
evidence taken as to the proportion of boys
and girls, and some other necessary tacts.
One magistrate reports having visited ninety-1
nine Tillages, Inhabited by a olan whose head
ls the Rajah of Amorha. ?ighty-slx of the vll
lagea were "suspected." In seven villages in?
habited by one caste, there were one hundred
and four boys and only one girl, and that one
giri had probably been saved by being brought
np In ter mother's family, altogether apart
from ber father. 1 he Baboos of Asogpoor
had twenty boys, and "no girl bas ever been
married from among them." In ten villages
of another caste there was not one giri, and In
another ten l,a marriage of a girl ls au un?
known ceremony." Nearly ail the families of ]
the Baboos'and Kours practice the crime, with
tho exception of Luckmunpore, who bad
twenty boys and twenty-one girls-a most
honorable exception where murder ls tbe
rullDg social law.
In one village in Oodeybore, a venerable
pundit said: "I have lived near the place both
man and boy, olose on eighty years, and I
nerer saw a marriage in lt." In some dis?
tricts there has been considerable improve?
ment. The lieutenant-governor, lu referring j
to the Agra district, said : "In 1840 only three
female infants among the gouty clans sur?
vived their birth; in 1841 there were fourteen;
In 18*2 there were twenty-eight, and lu 1865
there were 438, about 44 per cent, ol the child
population. . I could give you a very large
number of Instances from these reports, both
as to the crime and the great change that has
bee a brought about byan indefatigable body
of officials acting under enlightened and pym- j
pathiziDg chiefs.- Here Is one answer, at all
events, to those who tell us; that English rule
is doing notMng for India, There is no doubt
that we are falling lu many respects, and lu
Borne where tbe East India Company succeed
ed ; Qnt; lhere are certainly some particulars lu
which British power is enrolled In the service
o? cftUif?Uon.'? .
JOTTINGS ABOUT THE STATE.
-J. C Wlnsmlthj Esq., bas assumed edito- j
rial control o? the Carolina New Era, publish?
ed at Spartanburg.
-Joseph Bradford, colored, was accidental?
ly shot and killed by James Branson, colored,
at Goshen Plantation, near Bradford Springs,
on Saturday ? afternoon last. The pair were
bunting squirrels at the time.
-Hr. E. M. Seabrook bag been appointed
registrar in bankruptcy for the First Con?
gress I rJaal District, and also United Slates
commissioner, with headquarters at Sumter,
. ^Tbe Klngstree Star says r "The gin-house I
and .appurtenances belonging to Hr. W. H.
Kennedy was destroyed Dy Ure on Tuesday
night, tho 22d ult. Mr. Kennedy was absent
In Charleston at the time of the occurrence. [
We are informed thatr.bout bair after eight
o'clock Mrs. Kennedy discovered a light at
the gid-houae, and Immediately sent a servant j
to inform Mr. Kennedy's clerks who were!
sleeping lu his store near by, but bet?re they
could be aroused the fire ' became unmanage?
able. Hr. Kennedy is satisfied that the house
wae-set on fire, as tracks were discovered
leading from the building. He estimates his
loss atone thonaand dollars. He offers a re?
ward for proof to convict the incendiaries."
. CHINESE POLITICS.
A. recent writer In a German newspaper
gives the following particulars ot the present
condition ol affairs in China:
. The emperor Is yet a minor In years, and
the Slate la go verned by a regency, of which
Prince Kung la the head. The empress-mother
ls described as an able, energetic and ambi?
tious woman, who ls also of the regency. The
present issue at court la between Prince Kuog
and the empress-mother. The former and his
party wishes the young emperor to be pro?
claimed of age OD tbe occasion ot bis ap?
proaching marriage, and that he should then
assume ine goverument in person. It is said
the boy emperor is disposed to cultivate friend?
ly relations with foreign powers, and Prince
.Kimg supports the cl elm OJ the foreign diplo?
matists to be allowed direct and personal com
manh&tlon with the sovereign. Ic is sug?
gested th st the' regent ls anxious to nd
particularly "In view of the hostility of
the party of the impresa, who proposes
to i keep toe Emperor , a minor two years
- longer, during..which time he must remain
under maternal tutelage. She ls represented
as extremely anxious lest she should, loee her
po vi er and Influence the moment she gave up
.theTeins of government. She baa been able
to defeat any .action by the regency on the
question.oT admitting foreign ambassadors
to the Emperor's presence, by ha v lo g ic post?
poned tor decision by the Emperor wh?n be
IB admitted of age. This question, which di?
vides the Chinese Government ut this time, ls
ona which In past time has agitated various
European cou-ts. The mother ol Louis XIV
0046X1001: to continue her authority over the
boy king, as did Catharine de MediciB over ber
three sons, who successively, were Kings ot
France, Bat the Kmperor Ot China is not
likely to prove a Louis XIV; be ls represented
to be a mere child as far as menial develop?
ment and worldly knowledge ls concerned;
he ls fond o? floe clothes ano theatrical page?
antry, in which matters he is gratified by bis
' The same correspondent describes the pro?
gress ra ade la military matters by the Chinese.
A.large intrenched camp between Tientsin
and Taku Is to be provided with six huge
Krupp guns which have., been received from
Europe. A new fort is building at the mouth
ot the river south ot Taku, and a gunboat is
stationed at the same point.- The troops are
employed making roads facilitating commu?
nication. The sailors of the navy are drilled
tn the use of the Remington rifle. Altogether,
such preparations for defence have been made
that the capture ot Pekin hereafter will be
more difficult than lt was when first at-1
THE LOTUS CLUB.
Club life, especially that patronized by lite?
rary and artistic . people, flourishes almost as
weil lu New York as ll does lu that city of
clubs, London. One of the most popular
clubs, after the venerable "Century" and the
gnat political "Union League," ls the "Lo
tus," which oocnplesa modest brick bouse on
Irring Place, next door to the Academy of
Music. Mr. Whitelaw Reid, of the Tribune, ls
the president.. The walls are lined with por?
traits of famous men and women of all ages,
an autograph portrait ot Marie Seebacb occu?
pying the position of honor. The faces ol Booth,
waUack, Shakespeare, Kellogg, and scores
of others are seen. In a glass case there ls j
a photograph of Stanley in the costume he
wore wben he met Livingstone; in another
glas? case a blt of broken china from tbe
cimp-chest of ' Maximilian, the unfortunate
Emperor of. Mexico.. On the mantel in the
" reading room a Targe piece or gold quartz at?
tracts attention as the gift ot Joaquin Miller.
The Lotus Club from all accounts is not ex?
actly as moral an institution as lt might be. It I
has-a par, a reading saloon, a room full ot
tables for card-playing, a Bult of parlors with
a grand plano, a picture gallery, a llbrary.?c,
Ac The servants wear a handsome uniform
ot dark blue and silver. Its crowning glory
appears to be numerous oil paintings ot ie
males, who look as If they were about to go
on the stage in one of Lydia Thompson's
NEW TORR VEGETABLE MARKET.
The Dally Bulletin of Wednesday, October
Tbe market for rouod potatoes is almost
nominal. All tbe docks and freight depots
are filled with Btock, which cannot be moved.
When this large supply comes to be thrown
on the marker, lt ls probable a momentary de?
onne will take place In prices. Sweets are in
fair request, and held a shade firmer, though
but little can be done, owing to scarcity of J
I horses and carls. Our quotations for potatoes
are lo bulk; In shipping order 50c. per barrel
mn<it be added. We quote: Peachblows $2a2 50;
Early Rose al $150a2. and Early Goodrich, Dy-1
rights and Jackson whites at $160al 76. Sweet s
?2 V5a3 per bbl for Virginia, and $3a3 25for
Delaware. We quote: Vegetables, red onions
per bbl $2 50a3; do yellow $2 50s3; do Connec?
ticut wiri te $4a4 50 per bbl. Squash, marrow?
fat per bbl 75ca$l. Busala turnips $1 50 per
bbl, white turnips il per bbl. Cabbages ?6al0
per 100; red cabbages $8al2. Beets, Jersey,
$125al 50. Lima beans $5 per bag; do shelled
$10 per bushel. Carrots per bbl $t 50. Celery
$125al 50 per dozen.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-EXEC?
Whereas, information has reached thia office
tbat an epidemic among horses exists to an alarm
lng extent in the Northern cities, and unless pre?
cautionary means are provided against the in?
troduction or this contagions Usease, great loss
may be caused therefrom.
Now. tbererore. I, Robert K. Scott, Governor or
the state or South Carolina, do bereby ordain and
proclaim that the importation of Horses and
Mules ls prohibited, by railroad or otherwise,
during the existence of this epidemic, and
that all veeieis having such cargo arriving
at the ports or Charleston, Georgetown
and Hilton bead, be directed to remain at quar?
antine anchorage until they are visited ano in?
spected by the Health o ra ce rs or said potts, re?
In testimony w hereof. I have hereunto set my
hand, and caused the great Seal or the state
tobe emited, at columbia, this twenty
[L. a.] sixth day or October, A. D., 1872, and In the
ninety-seventh year of the Independence or
the Uni ted states of America.
ROBBI- K. CCOTT-. Governor.
F. L. CARDOZO, Secretary or State.
jgTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Ou ARLESTON, 8. C., < ' ctcber 22, 1872.
To Commissioners of election for Union county :
Whereas Bsa. H. W. DUNCAN, who, at a gene?
ral election held october, 1870, was chosen a mem?
ber of the senate for the Election District of I
Union County, to serve for ihe term of faur years,
hes, ?ince said election, deceased; and whereas I
the Constitution of the State or South Carolina di?
rects that in such case a Writ or Election shall be I
Issued by the President of the Senate, for the pur?
pose of niling the vacancy thus occasioned tor the
remainder or the term for which the member so
deceased was elected to serve; now therefore
you, and each of you, are hereby required, after
dne advertisement, and with strict i eg ard to aU
the provtslons of the Constitution and laws of I
said State touching your duty In such case, to
hold an election for a member of the senate for I
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 various places or elecUoo in the said Dis?
trict, on TUESDAY, the fifth day of November,
1872, by [the various sets or managers for those
pla?a. and the counting of the votes cast, and
the declaration of the result or the election, to be
In accordance with the provisions of rho Act ap-,
proved March, wo, emitted "An Act to provide
tor the General Elections, sud the manner or con
meting the same." and th - act of 1872, amenda
corr thereof. This ?nt, together with a certified
2opy of your return ol election, to be held under I
lt, have bet?re the Senate at tts next meeting
arter the election. .
Witness, the Bon. A. J. RANSIER. President or I
the senate, at Charleston. S. C., ibis 22d day or
October, 1872. ALONZO J. RAN si Ell,
President or Senate.
Attest : J. WOODBOFP, Clerk or Senate,
gTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
CHARLESTON, S. a. October 22,1872.
3D Commissioners of Election.! for Chester j
Whereas, Hon. LUCIUS WIMBUSH, who at a
general election held October, 1870, was chosen a
member of the Senate tor the election district or
Chesrer County; to serve for tbe term ot four
years, has since said election deceased, and
whereas, the Constitution or the State of .South
Carolina directs that In such case a Writ of unc?
tion shall bo Issued by the President of tue Sen?
ate, for the purpose of niling the vacancy thus
occasioned, for the remainder of the term for
which the member so deceased was elected to
serve; now, therefore, you and each of you are
hereby required, alter due advertisement, a Jd
with strict regard to all the provisions ortheCon?
stitution and laws of said State, touching your
duty in such case, to hold an election for a mem?
ber of the Senate lor the Flection District afore?
said. lOBerve for the remainder of the term for
which the said Bon. Lucius WimbUBb was elected:
the polls to be opene I at the various pla-es of
election, in the said district, on TUKSDAY, the 6th
day or November, 187i, by the various sets or
Managers for those places; and the counting of
the votes cast, and the declararon of the result
or the election to be tn accordance with the pro?
visions or the Act approved March, 1870 entiled
"An Act to provide tor tbe general elections and
the manner or conducting the same." and the Act j
or 1872, amendatory thereor. This writ, together
with a certified copy oryoor return or election to
be held under ir, nave berore the Senate at Its
next meeting arter the election.
Witness, the Hon. A. J. RANSIER, President bf I
the Senate, at Charleston, thu 22d day or October,
1872. AlOtZO J. RANSIER.
President or the Senate.
Attest: J. WOODRUFF, Clerk or Senate.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1
TO the Commissioners of Election:
in accordance with section 3, of Article ?, or
the General statutes or this State, yon are hereby
notlOed and required to cause an Elecilon tobe
held la your respecUve Counties on the first
Tresday following the ?M Monday of November
nexr, bein* the 6th day of the month aforesaid,
tor seven 7) persons as Electors or President and
Vice-Presldeut of the United Mates.
Now, theiefore. you and each or you are hereby i
requ.red. wit h strict regard to the provisions or
the Constitution and lawB or this State, touch
lng your duty in such case, to cause such election
to be held In your respective Connues on ihe day
aforesaid, ana for the ascertaining and determin?
ing or such persons who shall have been dulv
elected thereat. '
All bir rooms and drinking saloons shall be
closed on the doy or election, and any person
who ehai sell any intoxication drinks on that
day, shan be guilty or a misdemeanor, and on
conviction thereor, shall be fined In a Sum not
less than one hundred dollars, or be imprisoned
for a period not less than ons month, nor more
than six months.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand, and caused the gre*t Seat or the State to
be affixed, at. Columbia, this am day or October
A. D. 1872. and lo the ninety-seventh year of the'
Independence of the United States ot America.
ROBERT K. SCOTT,
F. L. CARDOSO,
Secretary ol State.
Clo tiling ano iurmaqinq ?ooo?.
EVERYTHING NEW !
MENKE & MULLER,
TAILORS AMD CLOTHIERS,
INVITE .THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLiO TO
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
AND CHOICE MATERIALS
FOR CUSTOM WORK
AN INSPECTION OF THE
GOODS AND PRICED
COR, KING AND WENTWORTH STS.,
is RE:SPEGTPUI.L.Y SOLICITUD.
Ornai, QL?roirai?, Us.
JQR?GS AND MEDICINE?.
WHOLESALE ?fe RETAIL,
DR. H. BAER,
HO. 131 MEETING bTREET.
oners bli Large and Well-Assorted Stock or
. ? Ac,. 4c, AO.,
AT THE LOWEST MARKET KATKS.
Constantly on hand all tbs
FRENCH, ENGLISH. GERMAN AHI
FOUNTAIN SYRINGES, tue best and most COB
renient for general nae.
Also, every other kind of Syringe known In the
Trasses, Abdominal Supporters, shoulder
Braces, Abdominal Belts, Physicians' Baddle
Bags, Physicians' Pooket-Casea, Elastic Stockings ?
and Medicine Chests.
Druggists' Glassware, or every ^ascription, a
the lowest rates, and a foll assortment br "Drag,
Agent for Nattan's "Crystal Discovery for the
Agent for the "New York Medical' University's
Agent for Bison's Tobacco Antidote, and Up
ham's Antidote to Strong DrDik.
Agent for the elegant preparations or W. R.
W?rner A Co., or Philadelphia, consisting of a
foll Une of Flald Extracts, Sugar-coated Pira,
Elixirs, Medicated Wines and syrups, Lt corlee
and Pepsin Lozenges, Ac, ftc.
Special attention ls directed to the following
articles of his own m anarse tare :
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL!
An exoeUent Carminative, invaluable m the
diseases incident to the-period of.dentition
children; as also in colic, diarrhoea, dysentery,
and other Infantile complaints, it la soper lor to
other medicines used for this purpose,1 as lt ls en.
ti re ly free from any Injurions drag,-, and
CONTAINS KO ANODYNE I
lt 1B recommended by the best physicians, and
mothers may administer lt-with-confidence.
THE EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC,
ls a carefully prepared Dressing for the bair, at
once answering the purposes of ha tr oU, hair
wash, and bair tonic It contains no sulphur
lead, or nitrate of silver, -and ls
NO DYE I
lt wUl promote a healthy growth of hair, and
prevent their fining; ont, abd wtll net injure the
Baer's Improved Vegetable
A gentle Aperient, of purely vegetable sub?
stances, recommended for Dyspepsia, Headache
Constipation, Ac, Ac
DOUBLE DISTILLED BENZINE,
for removing grease spots, and olean lng clothes.
None but th Purest Drugs used, and satlsfa .?
tlon guaranted, both aa io price and quality.
Order are solicited from Druggists, Phys.dsns,
Country Merchants, Planters and others, with the
assurance that they shall' receive prompt and
earful attention. .mchJ-SmosooAw
SIGNALS . OF- - ? - DANGER. -DISEASE,
like the rattlesnake, usually gives fair war n
lng before lt stnkfs. A fairing appetite, a forrea?
tongue, nausea, headache-, want Of proper action
in the bowels, frverl9hne8B.;htiislthdtf, nervous?
ness and uneasy feeUnir lathe stomach, Ac. are
all symptomatic or a coming attack or Indiges?
tion, blUousness, colic fever, or some Other posi?
tive form of disease. Wnentbns menaced/resort |
Tamat'i Efferreseent Seltzer Aperient,
and thus avert the attack. Acting simultaneous
ly upon the digestive organs, the liver, the bow
ela and the nerves, this .refreshing and agreeable
alterative will soon restore the system to its nor?
mal condition or health, regularity and vigor.
Sold by all druggists._ OggjrM I
Afonos, Jjgggfj us.
Furnished at factory prices for Cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. M ' C L E NAH AN,
Plano and Musis Store,
sep8-4mos No. Ul King street, i
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
CJ?ARI/ESTON,' s. c.
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TIM Proprietor of the above Ea tab ii? a me nt has
Jost returned from New York with a new and
well selected Stock of the Oeleorated
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
' ALSO, A FOT ASSOBTltkKT OP '
. ?*.:..'.? ? iii : ? .a if tc.:: .?fi*!x2Q<i/i <
CrESTLKBKS'S FUHNI3HI.VG GOODS,
UNDERWE AB ,
. Shaker Flannel, Wool and Merino, Cotton Flan?
nel, Shirts and Drawers, au (trades and ail sises.
English Merino and Cotton Bair Hose.
Also, a foil selection of the latest Hovel ties in
English Windsor Scarfs, Marquise Scar rs,
Lord Stanley Scar/a, Livingston cravats,
Chancellor Soar rs, Bows and Ties.
Gray's PAPER C0LLAB8 of ali descriptions.
Walking Canes and Umbrellas.
MKETINQ STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
flrrp ?OC?&, &z.
THE L?RGrE STOCK OF
OF THE LATE T. KELLT, AT TBE STORE, No.
204 KING STREET, still unsold, will be ottered for
?FEW DATS LONGER, AT REDUCED PRICES !
And all desiring to get bargains will do well to
call and examine the Stock.
M. I?. O'CONNOR,
PDRCH60TT, Bfi^DICT& CO.,
IVO. 975 KING STREET,
WILL OPEN OK MONDAY,
AND EVERY DAT DUBING TBE WEEK. AN
Immense variety or NEW AND DESIRABLE
3001)3,. which we guarantee to be the best
selected Stock m this market, and which are offer?
ed at lowest New York prias:
BLACK BILKS FANCY SILKS
COLORED BILKS IRISH POPLIN8
SILK VELVETS VELVETEEN
SILK VALOURS CA?HMEBETB
EMPRESS CLOTH SATINS
BOMBAZINES CRAPE CLOTH
JAPANESE SILKS FRENCH PO PLI NS
EPPING LI NS ALPACAS,
And all other styles or Dress and Mourning Gooda.
FULL LINES OF
Domestic and Housekeeping
FURS ! FURS ! FOBS !
KID GLOVES I
_ KID GLOVES 1
KID GLOVES !
Fine Selection of Cloths in
BROADCLOTHS DI AGONELS
OLOAKING3 : FLANNELS
BLANK ?TS COVERLETS
SHAWLS : ' Ac.i Ac.
LAMB WOOL CLOAKING, (something new.)
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
A NEW AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF TOE
WHITE SHIRTS UNDERWEAR
SILK HANDERCHIEFS NECKTIES
A COMPLETE AND FINE LINE OF
This Department la attended to by Clerk Ladies,
engaged lor thu purpose.
Newest styles ot Untrimmed HATS, Flowers,
Feathers, Bat Ornaments. Corsets, Hosiery,
Bows, Scarfe, Lace Coila's, Lace Handkerchiefs,
Dress ann Cloak Trimming, Fringes, Ac.
Special attention is called to the Great Bargains
we offer In
Carpets! Carpets! Carpets!
Bonght 26 per cent under vAlue, and which we
guarantee to all at lower figures than tney cnn
oe bought at any Northern market. Mr. CLOT
WOUTU Y has charge or making and laying all or
our Carpets. His wont ls guaranteed to give satis?
Our Stock or UPBOLSTERT GOODS 19 tbe finest,
best and cheapest.
LACE CURTAINS, Ac.
Special Departments for our very extensive
Stock of Goods for the Wholesale Trade, and Mer
chants, Milliners and Farmers will always And the
best and cheapest selection of goods at our store.
we have adopte l the strictly One-Price system
in au our Departments,
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.
NEW ST O R E .
Will open on SATURDAY, November 2,at 'Ko. ?87
KINGSTRRET, below George, weat Bldcanew.
and well selected stock of HOSIERY an ?J GLOVES,
FANCY GOODS, DBESS TRIlUIiNGS and small
wares. ,_novi-2* .
FALL AND WINTER
E. W. MARSHALL ft GO.,
WHOLESALE HEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS IND NOTIONS.
We offer to the Trade an unusually Large and
Well-Purchased Stock or the above . Gooda, wh'ch
WU1 be kept fall during th : season by a Resident
Buyer In the Northern Markets, and will be sold
at pnces as low as can be obtained elsewhere.
: E. W. MARSHALL A CO..
No. 141 Meeting stn et, Charleston, S. 0. .
oct 7-m wran o
(Tl) ina, Croc kerri, &z.
CHINA, GLASS ?l?D~CR^rCKERT, ^
AT THE OLD STAND,
KING STREET, CORNER OF LIBERTY STREET.
The Subscriber would respectfully inf rm bis
friends and the public that his steck ls now com?
plete lu CHINA, GLASS Ail) CROCKERY, Plain
White and .Fancy China, Class and Paney Calna
Goods, Lamps, Shader, Ac., Ac.
octi0-th8tu3rao8 K. B. Mo DOWELL. Agent,
doora, Sasljes ano ?linbs
Manuf acture r anil Dealer ia
SASHES AND BLINDS,
FRENCH AND AMERICAN
OFFICE AND 8ALES ROO WS,
No. Q? Hayne srtre?t,
FACTORY, HORLB EC K'S WH AB F
(Storni*?-, liTPoro, &t.
H. KLATTE & O?.
AGENT8 FOR CHARLESTON.
We bave appointed Mes irs. H. KLATTE A 00.
Sole Agents for Charleston for this Celebrated
Brand of PORE KENTUCKY WHISKEYS, both
BYES aod BOURBON.
These Whiskeys are guaranteed pure KENTUCKY
COPPER DISTILLED, Iree from all compound Im?
purities, and hi univ recommended by eminent
chemists for medical usc. rue Brand ls patented
to prevent infringements.
BARKHO??SE BROS. & CO?
We reaped fully Inform our friends' and cns torn?
era that we keep constantly on hand a full supply
or the above already favor? bly well known Whin?
ers. and offer same to tue trade at distiller's
prices. IL RLVTTE A 00.,
augai-stuthsmo No. 18* East Bay.
Gijgotf, (Eoaatco, &t.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFAOTTJBINQ
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KING STREBST,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Of Bil k Inda. 1
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examine stock before buying else;
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor, j
rLB.-The Wheel or Fortune conotantly on
hand. Divest36 cents and try your luck.
THE NEW DISCOVERY,
MINERAL SPERM OIL.
This OIL ls perfectly non-explosive, will not
Ignite at 300 degrees Fahrenheit, and 1B entirely
odorless. For railroad cars, steamers and dwell?
ing houses ls invaluable.
Recommended by the Board of Underwriters
Steamboat inspectors. President or Chamber
of commerce and Captains of steamers
trading to this port, and by hundreds
of families wt>o are now
using lt in the city.
Ia more brilliant than Kerosene, Lighthouse or
other Explosive Oils now in use.
OIL BURGERS AND 0H1MNIES at wholesale
and retail by DOUGLAS A MILLER,
Sole Agents for the Stale pi South Caroona,
Dialers la Paints, o ls, Glass, Ac, Ac, -
- No. 93 East Bay, sooth or Posto nice,
oe17-lmo Charleston, 8. C
R NEW YORK.
ON THURSDAY, Tra NOVEMBER, AT ll
NEW IBON STEAM LIKE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
. STATE BOOMS ALL j?N DECK.
The SpteBortfr. New Iron s ide wheel steamship
SOUTH CAROLINA Beckett, Commander, win
Hall for New York on THDTBDAY, Tnrl?ovemb?r, st
iv o'clock A. M..rrcm Pier ?o.li.lJejion'WhfJTeB.
Through Bills or Lading,to Liverpool and the
New England cities as usuaL
' mt Insurance oy steamers'o; fels line K'per
cent. .? . . *[~
For Freight or Passage .engagements; having
very flee ?Deek Stateroom accommodations: ' ap?
ply to: WAGNER, BUGER A CO., No. 2S Broad
Btreer, or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. l Union
Wharves._ : novl
JOB NEW Y O R K. ?~~
RBW YORK AND CHARLESTOS
TANi M. S. I Woodiml^ ! ;Commahder.il will sail
rrom, Alger's Sooth -Wharf, on SATUBDAY, the
2d November, at -'o^clockr? "J"' " J '" 1
For Freight or Passage engagemenisBppfyta
. ?getty ; , JAMt? ADw?JtAiCa. Agenta.
npHE PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAM
.. mites .:i3?HWt Lae HM tasS
THE? FIRST-CLASS IBO* 8 OR 0 VP STEAMSHIPS j
'*''n Y?ROL^rA, eapt?iayulDctiey^ . .
' GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter,
Are no? regularly on the Line, Insuring a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and lh alliance with Railroad Compa?
nies at . hoth'ter MID?.-'siro rd r?pw transportation
to and from all polnta-ln the- ootton. States, and
to and rrom ci ncl o a ? tl, st. Lon ls, Chicago and the
principal cities of the- Northwest,'Uoaton; Provi?
dence and tho Eastern.Manufacturing .Centres. ?
Aar;The VIRGINIA ls appointed to sall from
Brown's Waarf ori FBnurf?lst November, at
harpist a o'clock; P.. H.,- . 3
A3-The GOLF STREAM Will follow. ...
For particulars of Knight arran Re men ts. apply
tO-'^'JU WM.A. COCRTLNAY, Union wnarvea. j
W. P. CLYDE A CO,, General Agents, No. 12
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia. ' oct28 '
ORB O S T O N.
The flrat-r-lst- Screw steamship MER
OEUITA, Maranman. Commander, wu?_
sail -tor the above port on SATOBJDAT, the M AU
vern ber. .
as- The steamship GRENADA will roi low OB
SATURDAY, 9.h November.
Per freight or passage engagements, apply to
?CKMl JAMES AllOBR A CO., Agents.
QHANGE OE SAILING DAYS,
ISO RB AS ETD SERVICE.
PACIFIC MALL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S I
THROUGH LISE TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUOED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pler^ftSBav
No. 42, North River, toot of Canal street, SfcaflfiK
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of theiosn. mn
and soth or every month, except when these dates
rail on sunday, then the Saturday preceding.
AU uepanures connect at Panama with bteam
era for south Pacific and eelt ral American ports.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first or every month, except when lt rails on
Sunday-then on the day preceding. !.-.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but
go direct from New York to AsplnwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult'
Medicine and attendance free. ?. -,
For Passage Tickets or other Information, apply
M the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
Wharf foot of Canal street, North River, New
York. F. R. BABY, Agent.
augio-iyr_ ? >
POB LIVERPOOL, VTA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING TEE UNITED STATES 'MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
l^jjjfr STEAM OOMPAOT ^?Sk
win dispatch one of their flrst-claai, full pow?
iron nero w a tea ms h ipa Hom .. ?
PIER No. 40 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passageaso^igald; i.
- Steerage Passage- (omeo No. 30 Broadway) SSC
onrrency. . . .
' For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
, No. 63 WaU street, N. T.
H. E.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool issue/
ay the Charleston ansi New York Steamers, wald
make close connection with tho above Uno.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
77 . JAMES AiKlBR ACC.,
WAGNER, HUGER A Ca,
' mays Or WM. A. OOURTENAY.
QHANG? OP SCHEDULE,
MOUNT PLEASANT AND SULLIVAN'S ISLAND
(UNTIL FUBTHAB NOTICE.)
On and arter November 2 the fol- . _?ff^a?
lowinsr schedule will he mn: jgBSSt?m
LKave' cttyi'ir Mount Pleasant at io A. M., 3
andi o?c'ook P.M.
Leave City lor Island 10 A M., and 3 o'clock
P. M. '
'Leave bland for City at ll A. M., and VA o'clock
Leave Mount Pleasant for City at 8 and nu A.
M., and 4X o'clock P. Mir
- An extra trip from the City every MONDAY
at 8 \ o' eic ck A. M. " " *
. An extra trip rrom the Island every MOND IT,
TUKSDAT, THURSDA* and SATURDAY MOBNINO at
7*?>n sunday the first trip from MountPleasant at
fi' ' and from Island at 9 A.M.,- and last trip from
leland at 4% o'clock P. M., and Mount Pleasaat at
6 o'OlOCK P. M. I il ?
Tue last trip from City for either place at 3
o'clock P: M. . ' .'."?.' ~; ' . ' 1
No Freight received arter half;paat 2 o'clock
P. IL and all Freight must be prepaid. Dupli?
cate Receipts required.
This'Schedule will ba run by City Poa toffl ce
novl-3 E. PRENDERGAST, Agent.
VIA SAVANNAB-TWIOE A WEEK.
The Splendid SldewWsi Steamer
DICTATOR. CaptainL. M. Coxetter, . ,,?
cm' POINT, captain George- E. McMillan, wu
leave cbarleston every TUMBAY and Faro AT
EVEKINGS, at 8 o'clock, for SAVANNAH, FEB*
NANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, j PAUATKA, AND
ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Rein ra lng, DICTATOR* 111 leave PALATKA FBI
DAY MOBNINO, and SAVANNAH SUNDAY Moa* ma,
arriving here.stTNOAY AWKBNOON. _ _. -ji
CITY POINT will have PALATKA MONTJIT
MORNING and SAVANNAH WXDNBIDAY Mo RH?
INO, arriving here WMWBSDAY APTlBi OOH,'
Connection ls made at Fernandina with "Rail?
road for New -Ot leans'?ad-Havana, via Cedar
Revs; at Jacksonville with Steamer STARLIGHT
tor HellonvlllB, Enterprise and Upper St, John's
River; at TOCol with Railroad for St.- Angus.
tine; and at Palatka wita, steamers forth* Ock
lawaha River. . . . .. ,? ".. ,.".,..
All Freight for Way Landings' must be prepaid
on wharf. >g sh .. ,o<?
For Freight, or Passage, having elegant ac?
commodations, apply V6'n ?? ?
. ? RA VEN EL A CO., Agents, . .
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Bay.
...... . Toilet Sponges r .
. ' Surgeons' Sponges" -1 .
. carriage Sponges v . ..<.
For sale by DR. H3 BAER.
Bo. 131 Meeting street.
T>OUGHRI0E^N^eeUNT OF ALL
THIS DAT," ?he ?P^OTemb^^'Sfl moid mt
jWesc Point mu, at irtnaock, on acoo nut of a
Conditions caen,'-? T :.. ,-?CJI JUIOO a'xf? oj^an .
By BLECKE ? PET?r??A?f??^
AFIRST-CLASS FAMILY GROCBSr
.. . STORK AT AUCTION. ^ ' SSft-'?
Tn it desirable and popular GROCERY srORKv
non beast corner Meei lng and Calhoun .trw*,*
will be tola av Auction THIS MO*NtSty3?W*K
for no fault, simply becaose the- propfletovwn-:
template? a cnanrtto3>i>MaeW$b-!i:> lalsrcflwrl
By MLLB? DBASE.
BOOTS AND SHOES; V-Oixyji
T BIS MORN isa, at io o'clock, I w?l sen at
my.Store, corner King-and Liberty streets,
A fine line of Mets'? ; Boara,- Ba?ana3alMio
rals, Creolejnd Button Coog?eaa,. Plough -Sboea,
Malakoff. Women's Elp and serge Witta'Slip-:
pera, children's Shoes, *c, AC, joar<recasV6cl
from Northern mannfactorJeSr,. ;_~s H.0fMBoir4,,/
.: ? . .'?Ataet?an'ai?r? ?t?W ?fi ,?W.V.>v
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, HOSSB
anl wagon. BaroQche.. .complex OntOt ot
Carpen tero' Tools belonging to aa Estate, Carpeta,
stoves, -Fancy Soaps, Ac. Salesroom* no.--ts'
Wentworth street, trill sell Tais* ?AT,>tLW;
o'clock, the above. - no vj..
By LOWNDES & GBLM?JALL,
' ' Auctioneer?. fr??fl?) - v
REF ? B El;' S(SALK-YAiUA?LE-,
Real Estate at Auction. . Daniel 8. Ppt^.Aa
junee vg. John King, Tnntee.' Tnthe Oon??OO
?.aa. .. .:.:> V. L ?f :*3 . B .A 3
By vlrtne of an order or a*ie in ,hW) case,,to me
directed by the Hon. R. F. Graham.-jttflge-oT ttia
First Circuit. I wm otTav fer-aale, at pnbuo ?ac?
tion, at the Foauaaioa^Uharleatoc, on TUESDAT,
the fifth day of & o v<?mbef,*A. D?T872, at ii Cclocx.
A. li ^ all the mortgaged-premlsau described la
8 WMb^PL^Att??/bT rr?*briana?oh Ed
lalo J ala tw. known aa >ltki vernor a tuna.!' cuuws
and bounding bo^by a bftffih-Cf^crrer?w's
Creek add-on labiaorBpIlraJr*sDks?snAOsosjs
and orfoorgeB- Clarke. ana^vtl^t??S^b^r;
sohih by landt-lof )*tx* t.?iWitomt MdTtfQW-.'
er ? or's creek : ?easurtogs ?o4? ^^'n|r^h?u
acres:,of blgA taaoV nuYabooti tmjimik>-Pf
years; to be secured by bond; ; beartn* latera? at
ccaser to pay Refaree for aaneoataary paporan c.'
No. 56 Broad Street.
less. with extensive'andbeinuroig^obdsiw?
houie, orena nit, Ac. Larv ? ?o<ioa^cdaunn*lwt
buildings; : Lot containing one ar,<mortiA&&efr
FORD. A an?. io wiMfM?r.:cf
gOOTH CABOLXSA ^?^J^^m^
bia will b& on sile from the SS t? the ?re?r no?
vember, good ?j ymr
aa-Angnsta, Columbia, camden. -Oi*hgee?rg,
BamweU and Alkea pape? piesse oona mool? : .
SOUTH OABX?iQ?? ^HAlLBOA?. K
. . i J ol insblfirie %i tiaHdvt .'aim t3.
OHABiiksroir, S. C., SetftanWsr flt' ttn*'
On ana arter SUNDAT. september 2?J the Paa
aeuger Tra?na on the South Carolina Railroad will
rna aa follows: ' :W7^ .-^7!~.7.J2
?; C. Voa OOUTlfBIA. . ?j ^;,c
Arrive at Columbia-. 6.20 r M
. son AoecsTA. ? - ? .'; Wfa?*>
Beats Ohaneatoa.....................o., sao J. ss
Leave CoinmbU.,. s.*?'? -t
Arriva at-Charleston. <u?a . t
Leave Augusta................;.....V?.; V.0WA'1?
Arrive at Charleston.................... Ai? ? tl
xo,:-; :wunrwA ?Mar xxrassr.^v
Arrive at Colombia..........6.80 A U
uave Columbia.TAO r ?
Arriva at Charleston.................... a44.A M
ADOUHTA waar ixvaass. ,.. ,? ^....n
! (Sundays excepted.) ?'T*?25*
Leave Charleston.. 8.S0??ii
Arrive at Charleston.HWA^t
Leave Snmmervtlle at.T.M A u
Arrive at charleston .'.........;.'.u^.?;'vUi)A ic
LeaveCkarleaton. s,s* rx
Arrive at snmmorvlllo. tiny U
OUCH KN TBA Ut. UiiHtO tflB?|
rysaveCwnden.- 7-20,A M
.\rnve at Columbia........li.? A M
Leave UonMnbl?....M...............:v.^tVI? V'm
Arrive at Camden...... ,. O.M. V ?
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta wita
Macon and Anguflta Kafiroad, Central Railroad
aadrOeorgJA: Railroads This.ls ttjo anlcieat^d
moet direct route and as corni ortabl? anacneapAS
any other route tc Louisville, Olno?nnaiL'Ohl?ait),
st. Louis ana au other point! West at4 Northwest,
. Columbia Sig it Train connocts wuh ureenvu]t
^nd columbia Railroad; and Day aihtSlgtrttrtfcS
connect with CbMtot? Road; ? : !--...;.-tia-^1
' Camden Train oortnedta as KingTiiie. dairy
"v. u~.:> .. A.41TPaBL>tlUU WSStW .:
a B. PIOKEHS. O. T. A. y r,: AW?' ?
NORTHEASTERN ' RAHiROAD COM
SsrWiHtSE^^^^^^^ jj a^WOA?, un.
Tratos will leave char loa?* Daily ^ ?0,^ A. M
captad) and Aa?. M, rf^nj&3pjfon ?ay/i tAfttlart I
D Train leaving io .16 A. M. malea tbrooa*fi?D3B*>
Uon to New XorMta Wcfimond and, Achato
Creek only, aolirg through Ur? hoqr?.__ -
I'aaaeagers-liaving by, 8JO-P. K Train, have
choice of route, via Richmond andJSfjSWMgHfe
or vu Portamonth and Bal?mora. ThceeieAring
FBiDATby this Train lay ever on SUNDAY tn Bal
amore., Tnoseieavlng on SAiipanATjciB^tojS^
ant route to Linoinnat^ CWa^ ?d^tftfJPP^
waiora ann onto Ranrc^^^^^
Engineer ani SupermwndMt. '
P. L. OLBAPOB. Geo.Ticket jgg^SSS
Q AV ANN AH AND CHA
J^-A ' -r ? : RAILROAD. ' Y.
CH iBUBioH, Juna ivi?w.
On aad after-MesnaaTi Ju- Ititi *no Pas?
senger Tra?na on this Roa?^^rnn aa iolUrws:
Arrive at sa van nah. dally. ?.?P. JJ
Leave Savannah dally,...-.LL? P. M.
Arrive at Oaarteatoanaiiy......' t A. M.
1 ?'j l.)=f.?j;.' ,H PA? TRAI?. _ ^ . J'ta Jag
usare Sava&aah, sundaji' ^fS^fe^j?**
raaxe cloac-connoctJoa wtth Pon ^yai Ka^oad
1ni^oiDii in Florida and by Savanna*ila? cg
steamship" ^ Lofl^n- UUipatoh glvm W
'r??^u?OT ' Beaurott'and- pomt? omi 'Port
ISilroad and ai as low rat?n aa by Any tMbR lg?
PprTRoyal,^i^- ^ |^S?iSk. -
; 8.0, BOYLSTOH. ?en'l f^^.tst?
^uflM. , , . n, . -? ?,-;7yv-y,-,
. -. .. rv: r . -9^S!^^^i^g^