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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON * CO.,
No. 1? Broad street, Charleston, S. 0.
?br (Tbarirston 3few?
atjajcaXi ?.* .
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1872.
3?? - - HMWB OrXBJCDAT.
-The latest specimen of word coining is
wlfe^lH(Ca^leesj?sein" . ' .
. -_JL company of German capitalists are
pumping oil In Aleaoe.
-And now New Orleans ls to have a grand
Industrial exposition, with a building costing
-Theodore Tllton ls buying op w>d sup
prestlEg alt tte copies of bis biography of
Mrs. Woodhull which be can And.
-FOOT hundred miles of narrow gauge rail
ways are to be built tn California, and a com
Tjany with aeven millions of capital has been
CYganlied.to do it, "
-The department of State at Washington
^received from Berlin a denial of the state?
ment made tn july last that the German GOT
ernnrent .nod adopted measures to p re ve nt
eniigration to tba ?nited States.
-London flies report that Lowe and Glad
atone oppose the ralalog of the money to meet
America's claims by a loan. Probably exche?
quer bonds will be Issued as a compromise for
part of the fifteen millions, so as to spread the
payment over a considerable period.
-The Louialanajloa crop ls being rushed
to market very rapidly. Receipts at New Or
le?iis already sam up 29,303 barrels and sacks
rough and mean, against. 17,602 last season.
The" weather' during harvesting was. all that
could be dealred, and the quality of the rice
ls, therefore, better than usual. . ' ?
-A Colonel Percy Wyndham ll about to
establish, as owner and ediior, the .Indian
Charivari lu Calcutta. The new publication
wm partake o t the c h arac te tis tl c? of the London
Punch, ?ad will ba illustrated. There ls, how?
ever, some trouble in getting the enterprise
started, as all dependa opea the ndmber of
subscribers eecnreoy'and so fer people have
aho'wn themselves reluctant to aub3erl be be?
fore they know what lt ls they are subsorlb
tnt&v' ?? . ... ' .. . ?.
-During the siege of Par?s, a Captain Le
graad, a brave o facer, loved by bis troops
and respited by his commander, undertook:
to enter Parla with dispatches. The desperate
attempt'was made by swimming the Elver
Seine. The dispatches never were delivered,
neither was anything beard thereafter of Cap
talu'Legrand. Recently bis skeleton,'clad In
ma swimming dress, was dredged up from
the river, and his dispatches, protected from
the water, were found still legible. Every
military honor was given the remains when
they were burled, sod a costly monument will
- te erected over them..
' -IA private letter, sent from Mexico, states
that the examination of engineers demon?
strates jthe entire practicability of a railway
line from that city to the Pacific, and the prob?
ability that there will be sufficient trafile
to sustain the line. It ls said that there ls
Utile'or no doubt that the necessary legisla?
tion wtll be promptly made, in whloh case the
work will be rapidly executed. The writer
adda: u There has been a great advance here
in opinions respecting railways; the general
public ls alive to the absolute necessity or rai i
wayafotthe peace, prosperity, aod progress
of the country. Many even say it ls a condi?
tion of national ex! s te nee." -
-Ihe Paris XHe Si?cle states that the Em?
ptes? Cariotta, widow of the unfortunate Max
lmlUan, still remains at the chateau ot Ter
vueren. Her madness has degenerated Into
a kind ot ohlldlshnesB, unaccompanied by
violence. The only person with whom she
Wfil converse, and to bim she appears attach?
ed, ls her doctor.' She attends upon herself,
and dines always alone and standlog. No
affection for any of her family appears to re
. main, and ehe will not see them. Her physi?
cal health la aa good aa ever lt was-bas ia
fact strengthened during the past two years.
All hope of acure ls given np, bat the doctors
say her health ls such as promises a long
Bf?i ^: :"
-Oar recent list of the synonyms for the
new horse-disease was by no means complete,
il Wt present lt below, "revised and en?
larged," it embraces twenty-eight dur?rent j
appellations : "Horse-epidemic," "Eplhlpplo," I
"Hippo-malaria," "Rquine epidemic," "Horse
Influenza," 41 HlppodemlO," " Hipporhlnor-1
rhea,,,"Slofe honje8,"'lHlppczymo8la," "Equine f
malady," "Epizootic," "Epizootic Influenza," I
"Horse pestilence." "Hone plague," "Hippo-1
typhoid-laryngitis," "Hlppomorblfic," "Horse
cough," "Horse broncnitlfl," "Malarial inca- !
has," "Hippopathlo embarrassment." Besides I
these we have, the playful allusions "Old epl
soot," "Horse all," "Exercise promoter," I
"Epiaoodledom," "Bootmaker's friend," "Corn
doctor's blessing," and s epidem."
-One ot tbe victims of a recent stage robbery I
in Idaho gives the following account of the
occurrence : "1 be stage, when about two I
miles west of Pleasant Talley Station, was I
stopped by two meo, who oame soddenly out
of the willows by the roadside, one carrying a
double-barrel shot gun, and the other two
heavy revolvers. They ordered the driver to I
halt, and Inquired how many passengers were I
aboard. One bad then taken position behind I
the coach and the other lo front, aod ordered
all hands .oat of the coach Immediately, or )
they would sh exit. All were then ordered Into I
llajr, the treasure box was thrown out, and I
while one searched for money and valuables!
the other kept a shot gun levelled on the vio I
tims. Their pockets were all thoroughly I
searched, and all money and valuables appro-1
prlated. No violence was used, and after se- j
curing their booty the robbers decamped the I
way they came."
-Mr. Walter, M. P., proprietor of the Lon? (
don Tunes, speaking before his constituents j
on October 1, said be thought lt impossible to |
rate too highly the benefit whloh both Great)
Britain and the United States must derive I
?rom the amicable settlement of the Alabama
question. It was not, he thought, because I
British military or naval preparatioos were in-1
adequate to the emergency that the course [
taken was adopted; nor did be think, had I'
those preparations been more adequate, a dir- J i
feront coarse would baye been panned by the
government. He should regret exceedingly
if it could be jupposed that the policy of Great
Britain on that most momentous question was
defeated by anything else than that innate
love of Justice and fair dealing which he be?
lieved to be not only the most noble feeling
that could be entertained by statesmen, but
which lay at the very root of society. He
thought, lu spite of the complications aod dif?
ficulties of iuteroatloual law,Eoglauddld owe
some reparation to America for the losses
which had been sustained by the depredations
of the Alabama, and he believed that was the
sole motl7e whloh iuflueoced the government
in sanctionlog the treaty, which he believed
contained nothing bat what was hooorable to
this country. _
A F re?h Start. -
The Presidential election is over, and the
people, taming their gase from the whirls
and eddles of the political current, are at
liberty to devote themselves to the work of
making an honest living. This "honest
"living " is a convenient phrase of wonder?
ful elasticity. Apart from the wide differ?
ence of opinion as to what honesty is, and
whether the so-called " tricks ot trade" are
violations of the moral law, there are no
two men who agree in their idea of what an
"honest livingw te. the Asters and Van
derbil ls an der stan ? lt BS au en con ragera e n t tc
add minions to their millions. Others, like
him of whom the Autocrat of the Breakfast
Table wrote, think that "a brown stone
"iront will do." Another set, whose sweets
of life never cloy, following the pattern ol
Hood's school-boy, never say satis to the
Jam. Bat poor folk, sach as conBtitute the
large majority of the population of this
State, are satisfied If, by persistent labor,
they can make tongue and buckle meet,
keep the wolf from the door, clothe wife and
children, and provide "hog and hominy,'
with slight variations, all the year round
This, can only U> done by hard work; and
high and low, gentle and simple, will wort
the better now that the turmoil of the elec?
tion is passed.
And in this State there is needed not onlj
labor, hat concentration of labor. The old
fashion or adding tract to tract will nol
answer in these days. It to the com
paratively small plantation, thorough]]
tilled, which pays. There are farmers it
this State who have made money during
the past three years, simply because it st
happens that there was no land to be boughi
adjoining their plantations. A few hun?
dred lollara, the fruit of one season's labor,
were pub Into fertilizers and farming imple
menta. Money and work were concentrator:
opon the original tract, and the result h
large and increasing profit. It was acci?
dent that brought some of these farmer?
into the right path, bot they see the wis
dom of what they did, aod they will keer
After all, politics, talk as we may, cannot
be wholly excluded from the calculations ol
the active and progressive citizen. As long
as politicians frame laws aod levy taxes,
every member of the community to inter?
ested io their proceedings. The pipe-layers
and wire-pullers make politics the business
of their lives; aod if the mass of the citi?
zens would extricate themselves from the
slough they must, lu some particulars, treat
politics as a business matter. Ia South
Carolina no political prioclple ls Involved lo
the State or the municipal elections. The
straggle to to obtain honest aod intelligent
officiais-that to everything. What to a bo*
sioess-like view to take of this question 7
Just this, to systematize the matter and lose
DO opportunity of casting a vote for an hon?
est mao aad against a thief. Organization,
on the broadest aod most liberal basis, to
sorely Deeded. The public enemy has his
rolers of teas, aad of hundreds, and of
thousands, and the rank and file blindly
follow their leaders. The Conservatives are
a political rabble, who know their weakness
and will not even take the trouble to poll a
full vote. Organization will make them feel
stroog, aod that feeling will give them
strength. It to not too early to begin right
DOW-the city election takes place in less
than a year. av:
Bat this to J rifting Into political talk,
while the intention was to congratulate the
public open having a abort surcease from
the strife aod heat of party warfare.
The Colombia. Carolinian.
Mr. W. H. McOaw, who has since January
last been the chief editor of the Columbia
Phonix, has retired from that position, and
assumed the active editorial management of
the South Carolinian. Colonel Thomas, In
taking leave of the firm friends he has made
j daring his occupation of the editorial chair,
I pays a handsome compliment to his youth?
ful sacceasor, who, as he justly says, "has
"already made his mark In journalism."
; Air. McOaw to a bold aod vigor?os writer,
and made a gallant though, as THE NEWS
thinks, an nowise fight for the Bolters in
tbe late canvass. The Carolinian has rea?
son to congratulate Itself upon having se?
cured, as Its editor, a gentleman who will
maintain Its high tone, aod whose liberal
views aod personal ability and integrity
warrant the belier that he win give a
hearty support to whatever measures promise
a sooataotlal reform lo the coodact or pub?
Tbe Survivor*' Association.
As a consequence or some mlsunderstaod
l?g as to the, time wheo the State Fair
' would take place, the annual meeting of the
Sorvlvors' Association will be held In
Charleston oo tbe second Thursday lo De?
cember, instead of belog held io Colombia
oa the 9th iost. The annual address before
the Association will be delivered by General
Wheat la California.
The California papen contain glowiog ac?
counts of the great wheat crop which has
been harvested in that State this season, and
which promises to swell the export trade of
San Francisco for the present season to an un?
precedented amount. One hundred cargoes
of wheat have already been shipped to Eng
land; twenty-five more vessels are now load?
ing, aod from -eighty to a huodred more cow
oa their way to that port from various ports
of the world are engaged for the same pur?
pose. Wheat-growing -now looms op above
allother agricultural interests on thePaclflo
coast, aod there appears to be danger that the
farmers will make the mistake of devoting
their efforts too exclusively toih[a one staple.
The absence of raia daring the harvesting
season ls peculiarly tnvorable to the gathering
of th? grain, and li the vant product of the
ranches can be got to market, the California
wheat-growers will speedily become formid?
able rivals of the farmers of the Mississippi
valley. Thirty millions of bushels is the esti?
mated crop for this year. Although most o?
thlB produot will be shipped to the European
ports, quite a large quantity has been sent
East by railroad, and when the projected Paci?
fic railroads are completed the Eastern demand
for the cereals ot the Golden State will be
largely inoreaeed. The larmer* are putting
their money Into cereal roads, and in a few
years the entire State will be spanned with a
system of narrow gauge railroads, which will,
of course, direotly stimulate agricultural pro?
duction in all parts ot that wonderiul State.
Tell lt Not*
William Tell's tale ls ended. The Historical
Society of tbe old Swiss Cantons, after care?
ful investigation,'come to the conclusion that
the well-known story 1B not true, and they
sorrowfully say that Tell never refused to lift
his bat; never fired atan apple on his son's
head, though the very crossbow with whloh
the deed was done IB exhibited at Zurich;
never spoke his speech at Kussnacht, and
finally, that there never was a Landvogt
?BfNOTICE.-ALL CLAIMS AGAINST
the Bloop RIGGER must be presented en or before
the 8th Instant, at JOHN LUTJEN'S, northwest
corner Queen and State streets, or they will be
debarred payment. nova s*
p9~ THE HOME SHUTTLE SEWING
MACHINE ia fully warrante!, makes the Lock?
stitch alike on both sides, combines utility, dura?
bility, simplicity and beauty, and is the only
? first-class lew price Machine. nov*-3
MW OFFICE OF THE SINGER MAN
I UFACTURINQ COMPANY, CHARLESrON, S. C.,
OCTOBER 28, 1872.-On and after this date we
will not recognize nor be responsible for any Re?
ceipts given oa Sewing Machine Agreements un?
less tee same be our regular printed Receipt,
numbered and signed
THE SINGER M'FG. COMPANY,
J. CLARK BEDELL, Agent.
October 28, 1872. oot28 wfm
JBVOFFIOE MOUNT PLEASANT AND
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND PEERY COMPANY, No. SO
11 BROAD STREET, NOVEMBER 1,1872.-The Board
of Directors having declared a DIVIDEND OF
j I FIVE DOLLARS ($6) A SHARE upon the Oapl
} I tal Stock of this company, the same will be paid
to Stockholders on and after this date.
novl-c Secretary and Tre J sorer.
JEBT~THE MEMBERS OF THE GERMAN
HUSSARS TILTING CLUB are requested to call
on Messrs. MENKE A MOLLER and leave orders
for their Uniforms.
By order of the President.
J. O. W. BISCHOFF,
JBT- TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OF
nOE OF COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
WASHINGTON, SEPTEMBER 10,1872.-Whereas,
I by satisfactory evidence presented to the under
signed, lt baa been made to appear that the Bank
of Charleston National Banking Association n
f tbe City or Charleston, In tbe Oonnty orontes
ton and state ot South carolina, baa been daly
organised under and according to the require?
ments Ol tbe Act OT Congress, entitled "An Act to
provide a National currency, secured by a pledge
of United States Bonds, and to provide for the
circulation and redemption thereof," approved
June 8,1864, and has complied with all the pro vi
I Blons of said Act, required to be compiled with
j before commencing the business of Banking un?
der said Act.
Now, therefore, I, JOHN S. LANG WORTH ?
Acting Comptroller of the Curren cy, do hereby
certify that the Bank or Charleston National Bank?
ing Association, In the City of Charleston, in the
County of Charleston and State or South Carolina,
ls authorised to commence the business or Bank?
ing under the Act aforesaid.
In testimony whereof, witness my band and
Seal of office, this loth day of September, 1872.
J. 8. LANG WORTH V,
Ac ting Comptroller of currency.
[as?2\ [NO. 2044.]
??f FOUL BREATH, FLATULENCE,
Constipation, Billons Collo, Sick Headache, Iso
gestion, Pain la the Pit of the Stomach, are cured
by TCTT's PILLS. ootsi-ODaw
f BURNHAM AROMATIC DENTI
FKICE, for Cleaning, Beautifying and Preserving
the Teeta, and imparting a refreshing taste to the
mouth. Prepared by
EDW. S. BURNHAM,
Graduate of Pharmacy,
No. 421 King street, Charleston, a 0.
Recommended by the following Dentists: Br*
j J. B. PATRICK, Dr. B. A, M?CKEN FUSS.
J5* BELL SCHNAPPS, DISTILLED
J by the Proprietors at Schiedam, la Holland. An
j invigorating Tonio and - Medicinal Beverage
Warranted perfectly pure, and free from al
deleterious substances. It ls dlstuied from Bar.
j ley or the finest quality, and the aromatic Juniper
I Berry of Italy, and designed expressly for cases
of Dyspepsia or indigestion, Dropsy, Gout, Rheu?
matism, General Debility, Oartarrb of the Blad-I
der, Pains in tbs Back and stomach, and all
diseases or the Urinary Organs. It gives relief
in Asthma, Gravel and Oaionll In the Bladder,
strengthens and invigorates the system, and ls
a certain preventative and curb or that dreadful
soo urge, Fever and Ague.
CAUTION I-Ask for "HUDSON G. WOLFE'S
For sale by all respectable Grocers and Apo the.
HUDSON G. WOLFE A CO., Sole Importers.
Office, No. 18 South Winiam street, New York,
Drugs ano MUeitines.
Q. J. L U H N,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
I No. ?60 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now la Stool: or my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Pattey's Cold Cream,
English Dalby's Oarmlnatlve, British Oil, Reche's
Embrocation and Chiorodyne.
TYLDEN A 00.'8 SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS.
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
PIUS. AO. AOBMT VOS
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AOXNT POB SOUTH CAROLINA POB
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical instruments and Goods or foreign man
oracture imported to order.
My Dispensing Department la complete, em?
bracing all New Remedies.
A foll assortment of Trusses and Bandages al?
ways on band.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy dav or night_laniowfmiv
DR, FITLER'S VEGETABLE RHEU?
warranted under oath never to have failed to
cure. 28,500 Oerttflcatea or testimon?ala of cure,
Including Rev. 0. H. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvania;
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls of Schuylkill, Philadel
fc-^L?^6?0' "Sf *** Davis, Hlahtstown,
New jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
S??a.; ennlnga ^oeluT Walton,
?S5*SS??SlS2& ?.V- keeley, member Co?
grew from Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, Cam?
den, New Jersey; ex-Senator Stewart. Baitlmare;
????erw?J?Z%' ?eltncky> thousands o?
others. Warranted to cure or money refunded.
DB. GEO. OAULlRRyAgentT
Juryi-iyx ciurieston, s.e.
PIONEER STEAM PIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY OP AXMEN.-The Regular Monthly
Meeting of your Company will be heidTma (Wed?
nesday) fcvBMNo, tue ?tri last., st halt-past. 7
o'clock precisely. A tall and prompt attendance
18 especia^ required. j. w. MoKENRr",
THE LADIES' FUEL SOCIETY -THE
Annual Meeting of the Fuel Society will be
Held at the Depository, Chalmers Btreet, THIB
DAY, at l O'CIOCK P. M. Ponctuai attendance or
By order of the President._novS
CHARLESTON BOARD OP TRADE.
The Reg ular Monthly Meeting of the charles?
ton Board of Trade will De held at their Booms
THIS WEDNESDAY EV?HINO, the 8th November, at
hair-past 7 o'clock. A punctual attendance ls
particularly requested, as business of 7 i tai im?
portance to the Board will be aubmltted.
GEORGE L. HOLMES,
novo_ secretary and Treasurer.
ATTENTION,YOUNG AMERICA STEAM
FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.-Attend your
regular Monthly Meeting, at Englne-House, THIS
(Wednesday) EYKNIHO, November stn, at 7
By order. T. S. MoOABBEL,
ERM AN HUSSARS TILTING CLUB.
VT The Begolar Monthly Meeting of your club
will he held THIS ETBMKO, at No. S3 Market
Btreet, at half-past 7 o'clock.
By order of the President. _
novfl J. 0. H. BISCHOFF, Secretary.
A TTENTION, WAGENER. ABTTLLEBY
I J\. CLUB.-Attend a Begolar Man this Meeting
of your Club, at Undatedt'B.Ball, THIS Evxin?to,
I at 7 o'clock precisely. " '
By order. J. F. LILIENTHAL,
/"CAROLINA SP?BTMAN'S CLUB.
I \J A Special Meeting of the Club, to receive
I the reporta or the special and Standing Oom alt
I tees, will be held at the residence of the Presi?
dent, No. 45 Pitt street, corner of Vanderhorat
I street, on THOBSDAY BVHONO, the 7th instant, at
I 7 O'Clock. JAM Ba P. LESE8>E,
nov* Secretary and Treasurer,
TT white woman ? situation aa cook. Ap
I ply at Na 84 Wentworth-street. . . njT6-l?
\TJANTED, A SETTLED COLORED
W WOMAN to take charge of children and
I make hersch useful. Apply, with recommanda
I lions, ac Grocery store sooth weat corner of Boll
j and Qadaaen streets._novs-a*
"ITT AN TED, A COLORED WOMAN AS
I Tv COOK. Apply, with recommendation, at
I northwest corner nutiadgeand Moutaene.
vruBSE WANTED. - WANTED, A
111 CHILD'S NURSE. Goed references required.
I Apply at No. 131 Wentworth street, couth aide, be
tweeu Smith and Rutledge streets. novfl-l
"1TTANTED, A CAPABLE WHITE PEB
I TT SON to take charge of a little Girl live
I years old; also, a White chambermaid. Refer
I enees required. Apply northeast corner of Van
! dt morst and St. Philip streets._novB-l?
ITTJANTAD. TWO TAILORS IMME
I TV D UTE LY, for Bushel work. Good wages
I palo, at OTTO SONN TAO'S, Dyer, Bo. 8? Went.
j worth at i eec._... ._iiovc-a*
TTTANTED TO PURCHASE, A H0U8E
I Tv wlth.four rooms, kltcheo, good lot,ola
I tern, ac. W1U pay one-third caab, and balance
I In mommy or quarterly Instalments with Inter
I est. Address T. s., through this office, atatlng
I terms, location, Ac._ nova
A WAITINGMAN WANTED. RECOM
I J\. MEN DATION reqnlred. Apply at Central
I Wharf office._nov6 2*
"ITTANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO
I VV Cook and Wash, or to cook. Also, a Girl
I to do Housework. Apply at No, li Water Btreet.
I nov4-a*_. _
\\TANTED, A COOK AND WASHER.
I Yv Also, a House Boy, abont fifteen to alx
I teen yean old. Apply at No. lt J Queen street.
A DOLLAB SAVED IS A DOLLAR
I xl. made, and you can save $26 by buying a
I Uv HE SHUTTLE SB WINO MACHINE that Will do
I as good work as any high price Machine, and
I last aa long._ nov*-a
TTTTANTED ALL TO KNOW I HAVE
I Tv received, via steamers Manhattan, Geor
I gla and Charleston, one hundred casea assorted
Mei eli an di se. ARCHER'S BAZAAR.
XT/ANTED, LADIES TO SAVE MONEY.
I Tv Latest novelties in Fancy Hats, Fifty Per
j Gene, leas than elsewhere. ARCHER'S BAZAAR,
I King atreet._nov*-rnwis*
ITT"ANTED, LADIES TO BE IN TIM?7
I Tv Bustles 26and 60cents; Hoop surta M
I cents; Chignons 40cents; Pampadores 25 cents;
I French Corsets 76 cents. ARCHER'S BAZAAR.
I TT/"ANTED, GENTLEMEN TO SAVE
I VT TWO HUNDRED PER CENT.-Five Hun
I dred Hats, latest styles, 76 canta and $1-bank
I rupt stock 01 a New York house. ABOBE*'?
j Ba Z A AB,_nov?-mw t8?
\X\TANTED TO HIRE, A OAPABI.E
I Tv colored gin as house servant. Referen?
ces required. Apply at No. 126 Queen Btreet,
I corner ut Trapmanu._novl
A YOUKO LADY, WHO CA*M TEACH
! ?JL the English Branches, Latin and Music, ls
I very desirous of obtaining a situation as teacher
I in a private family, addreaa '-L. A. T.,? Box No.
I fl*, Bennetmyilie, & a_oct28-12
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER
SPIhlrSOF THE WOBLD. THE TREAS?
URE HOUSE OF AMERICA. THE GREAT BOOK
OK THE YEAR. Agents report sales of 26 to 100
coplea tn a few hoon or daya. Proapectus free.
Address J. W. GOODSPEED, New York, Chicago,
cincinnati, st. Louis, New Orleans.
?TOB SAL?! ?? OBAr?B?BG
A1 County, S. C., A PLANTATION at a great
bargain, containing about 40e acres or good up?
land cotton land, every acre tenable, no swamps
or ponda, about 226 acre-? cleared and une er good
fences ; SO acres of the land produced this year
about liou tts. seed cotton to the acre, wltn a cost
of leas than $140 worth commercial manures ; 20
buildings, ail in good repair, almost aa good as
new, Including a very mee dwelling bouse with
live good ailed rooms, Shriek chimneys, a car?
riage nouae, amoke honae, kitchen, atablas for 8
horses, barn, cribs, negro quarters, Ac; also a
good sized country store, and one of the bent
utanda for buslneaa. Tho place la situated three
miles south of Four-Hole Bridges la Orangeburg
county, fonru on miles from orangeburg Conn
house, near the Five-chop road, In a healthy and
thickly settled country. The neighbors are the
beat and kindest people. Laborera are plentiful
aud well behaved, lt la one of the most aeslrable
and pretty places In thia section or the country.
Price $2.600; one half cash, balance on one and
two yean'tune. The buildings would nowooat
more than $u,600 to construct ihem. Titles Indis?
putable. Apply to W. OAKMON, on the place, or
address him ac Orangebarg, S. O.
BAG MACHINE FOB SALE..-FOB
making Bags for Phosphate Companies, or
any kind of light or heavy sewing. KINSMAN
BROS, King street._nov? i?
KENTUCKY SALE STABLES, No. 89
0HUR0H STREET.-MU LES, MARES,
HURSES, for sale oe Time. Call and examine
them. OH as. D. MCCOY._nova.6?
FOR SALE, A GOOD DRAFT HORSE,
one good spring wagon and.one dray. No.
Qi Market street._? ' ?_novS-e*
HOW TO MAKE MONEY.-BU? THE
HOME SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE for
$M> .rom T. L. B1SSELL, Agent, No. 266 King,
SEVENTY-FIVE HEAD OF MULES
andHi'BS?lS, at HOOKADAY'S STABLES,
columbus Btreet, for Bale low for cash or city ac
cep i ance._oct26-io*
FOB SALE, ONE LEVER PRESS,
suitable for all kind of Un work. Weight
375 pounds; opening on bed fl)? by ta men, new.
Address Lox Box No. 1. Sparenburg, S. C.
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND LOT.-FOR SALE
LOT next west of M. P. O'Connor, Esq., r. .ur
miautes' walk from Ferry. Apply at No. 14 Eliza
WPRESTON DOWLING, FACTOR
. and commission Merchant, No. 0 Boyce's
Waar!, Charleston, S. C., has a few or the Cele?
brated Wright A warnock's Horse Power ready
for delivery. octio-imo
Cl)ina, Crockero, &z.
CHINA, GLASS AND CROCKERY,
AT THE OLD STAND,
KING STREET, CORNER OF LIBERTY STREET.
The Subscriber would respectfully inf'rm his
friends and the public that bis Mock is now com?
plete In CHlN.v GLASS AND CROCKERY, Plain
White and Fancy China, Glass and Fancy China .
Gooda, Lamps, Shade*. Ac, Ac. 1
ootio-thatusmoa R. H. MCDOWELL, Agent.
^N N U AL PAIR
AG?lCULT?KAL A?TD MECHANICAL
ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA,
Will commence at taelr Fair Grounds, at Savin
nab, Georgia, MOND?T, December 2d, 1872, and
continue Six Days.
The Central Railroad pa?ses by tho Grounds.
No ree will be charged f>r Entering or Exhibit?
For Premium Lists or ls formation, address
J. H. ESTILL, Secretary,
oct28-lmo Savannah, Georgia.
-TTJY tO'Mrs. AIMAB, Ne. 47 East Bay, oppo?
site N -h Commercial Waar!._nove-l*
T-fJ , NT, FINE BRICK RESIDENCE,
EIL ?th street, oae door south or Char?
lotte. . ?. MARSHA LL A BRO., Brokers,
nov?-wi? No. 83 Broad street.
TO REN. LAROl? AND PLEASANT
Rooms, a or wit lout farnltore, to a good
tenant; rent L. derate. Apply No. lol Meeting
street._ ?? A
TWO COMFORTABLE ROOMS TO
rent, suitable for gentlemen, at No. ei
TO RENT, SUITABLE ROOMS, No. t?
Calhoun street. _poy*-3"
FOR RENT, ABOItEB'S COMMODIOUS
and Central Hall. Also, comfortable rooms,
rromW rn le per monti. ARCHER'S BAZAAR.
noWmwfS* . ._
TO RENT, THE LARGE HALL IN
third story of building southwest corner
Meeting and Mar net streets. Also Kitchen on
"me premu^wltbromrooiiis. THEO. STONEY,
Sontbern wharf._not i-rw
TO BENT, THAT LARGE AND COM?
MODIOUS Bu?dlog. No. 142 East Bay, re?
cently occupied as the PubUcatlon Office or THB
tirwi. and formerly known as the Frenen Coffee
Bouse. For term?, Ac, applv at me ufflce or
Tan NBWS, No. 12 Broad street._?ep88
T~~0 RENT, THAT LARGE AND DE?
SIRABLE RESIDENCE No. 9 King street,
recently finished, suitable for one or two resneet*
sole ramUies, hartog all the necessary outbuild
toas for the accommodation of the same. There
ls on the premises one of tbe largest cisterns and
one of the best wells of water in the city. Apply
on the premises. "P24
Board can be ^obtained at No. 2fl? King
street _ PO**1*
PLEASANT ROOMS TO RENT, WITH?
OUT Board, to oentiemen, at No. 2os Meet?
ing street, corser or Society. nov6 6? :
ri COD BOARD CAN BB HAD BY AP
\T PLYING at No. 16 Rutledge street west
doe. near Wentworth; rooms pleasant and airy
on the hue Pity Ballway. _novl-6*
PRIVATE BOARDING.-GOO D PRI
YATE B ard can be obtained for Permanent,
i ran ele nt and Day Boarders, on application at
Na 2fl Meeting street._octll-tmwimo*
OUTHEBNERS VISITING THE NORTH
can obtain fl rat-class Board at No. 0 West
Twenty ninth street, New York, four doora from
Gllaey House, and in the neighborhood of nine of
tho principal hotels. Terms $i* per week. Tran
alene Boarders taken. oct28 imo
<&oyat?ntx*\iw and jgnBoigtionB
mHlfuNM THIS DAY
JL formed a Copartnership under the name
and style of SALLY A FROTHRO, for the pur?
pose or carrying; ou tbe Lumber ?nd Timber fac?
torage Business: Office west end Broad street
D. H. SALLY,
W. E. PROTURO.
Charleston, November 6th, 1872._novfl-2
GHARLESTON, S. O, OCTOBER 10TH,
1872.-Tho Copartnership heretoiore exist?
ing between WM. BRO WER and T. M. SLOAN is
this day dissolved by mutual consent.
nov6-8?_T. M. SLOAN.
WE THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS
day formed a copartnership, under the
name and style or COUNTS A WHO I ON, for the
purpose of carry lug on the Cotton Factorage and
General Commission Business. Office South At?
lantic Wharf, Exohange Bow.
T. J. COUNTS,
W H WROTON
Charleston, October 16,1872. ' ootia-imo
Cecal Noli ceo.
Demands against the t" state of the late JUL?
IUS EDWARD LOTH, late ot Charleston, Planc
maser, deceased, are requested to present their
Demands, properly attested, and those indebted
to said Estate will make payment to the under?
signed. JOHANNA LOTH. Executrix.
novfl-wi6_J. ERUsE, Executor._
O'NEILL VS. McKEWN.-NOTICE IS
hereby given to those who have proved
their claims against the Estate of the late Rev. P.
O'NEILL, that a final dividend of 2 per cent on
their claims will be paid at the Equity Court
Room, on and arter this lay.
novfi-2 JOHN B. GRAY, Receiver.
^OADEMY OP MUSICSALOON.
OYSTERS on the Hair-Shell, and Hot Tom and
Jerry to-night Also, Lunch from ll to 1 o'clock.
0017-imo Late Barkeeper at the Mills House.
we are prepared to furnish the "HYMNAL" at
the lowest Introducion prices. A variety of
styles. Prices from :20c, 40o, 60c, 76c, il and up
FOG ARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
NEW CAI ALOQUE. No. 28.
A NEW IMPORTATION OF ENGLISH BOOKS.
The Practical PhBosopher, a Daily Monitor tor the
business men ol England and others, by
David Thomas, u. D., ts.
Unexplored Syria, by Riobard F. Burton and
Charles F. T. Drake, 2 vola., $16.
Man in the Past, Preaent and Future, from the
German of Dr. L. B?chner, by W. s. Dallas, F.
0. S., $4.
Wanderings In Scrip iure LandB, being a Tour of
nine months in i tie years 1869M0, by Thomas
Robinson, D. D., $2 60.
Memoir of Count De Montalembert, by Mrs. Oli?
phant, 2 vols., $12.
Acta or Gallantry, by Lambton Young, 0. E.,
Thoughts and Meditations on the Mysteries or
Lire, by John Frli;h,' $8 76.
Shakespeare and Typography, the Art or Printing;
also remarks upon some common Typograph?
ical Errors with reference to the Text of
Shakespeare, by William Blades, $160.
On the Preservation of Health, or Essays or the
principles to be iidopted by those who desire
to avuld Disease, by Thomas Inman, M~D., or
London, Third Eamon, price, 2 vols., $7.
The Days of the Son of Man, a History of the
Ohurch in the Time or our Lord, by William
Lee, D. D., $-J 60,
Philosophy of Chniitianlty, or the Purpose and
Power or the Goiipel, $2 60.
Bible TruthB, with Shakespearian Parallels, by
J. B. Selkirk, $2 ?. '
Angels and Heaven, by Thomas Mills, $2 60.
Growth and Vicissitudes or Commerce, by John
Yeats, L. L. D., \U 60.
Erewhon, or over the Range, Third Edition, $l 50.
Demonology and Witchcraft, by Slr Walter Scott
Canoe Trave?ing, ly Warington, Baden-Powell,
Anecdotal and Deac.ip'ive Natural History, by A.
Romer, tl 76.
Anecdotes or celebr ited Men and Women, by Edi?
tor ol Loudon Jest. Book, $2.
The Sea Weed Collector, by shirley Hlbberd, $176.
Half Hours at the Bia side, by J. E. Taylor, F. G.
Science and Commerce, their influence on our
MannTactares, by P. L. SimmondB, ts.
Roana about Ramb ea in Lands or Facts and
Fancy, by Frank R Stockton, $2 60.
Dr. Oldham's Talk, oy C. S. Henry, fl 60.
NEW NOVELS, AC.
"EBB-TIDE." By Christian Reid, Author or Mor?
ton uonae. Paper ti. Cloth $1 so.
"Dr. Vandyke." fy John Esten Cooke. Cloth
$1 26. Paper 71 c.
"Lord Kiigobbln." By Charles Lever. Cloth
$160. Paper $1.
"The Golden Lion of Granpere." By Anthony
Trollope, doth $126. Paper 76c
"The New Edition of cooper's Novels." Cloth
$126. Paper 76s.
FOGABTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
Na 200 King street (to the Bend,) '
SprtS-taths Charleston. 8.0.
M. WATERS & CO.,
fl-ATl WATS BS, PIERCE il 00.,)
BANKEB8 AND COTTON COMMISSION
NO. M BROAD STREET, NEW YORK,
Bay and -Sell Contracta for Future Delivery of
Cotton, Btnctly for a commlaeion, ao that no in
tereat or our own can peBslbly conflict with that
of onr patrons.
Refer, by permission, to Union National Bank*
Feople'a Bank, New York.
Correspondence solicited. octo-imo
J^"0. 84 QUEEN STREET.
GR iND OPENING OF
CHOICE FRUITS, JELLIES, AO.,
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. LESS THAN ELSE?
inT?i?.?0aildMe ror yourselves, for see?
ing; is believing, at
G. W. BELL'S, NO. 84 QUEEN STREET.
Hazel, Brazil, Pecan, Walnuts, Almonds and
Raisins, fresh from Steamer.
AU varieties of fresh Fruit will be kept eon
atantiy on hand. Na 84 QUEEN STREET. |
jp 1 R E INSURANCE.
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH.,
THE PHONTX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF HARTFORD, OONNIOTIOUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74.
The undersigned,; having increased t-.eir issmt
ANCE facilities by the Agency of that strong anc
reliable American Company, the PHCENIX, O:
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchant!
and property owners Puli?les m the above named
Companies at aa low rates as any other first das;
Companies. E. SUBBING & co.,
sep6-8mos No. 14 Broad Btreet,
Joint Stork garnpang.
O^FF?CtAlT^BArFLE NUMBERS Ol
TUE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK OOM
PAN Y for the benefit of the state Orphan Asylum
91 CLASS NO. 285-TUISDAT MOBNINO. r-OV. *.
CLASS NO 2SS-TUBS DAT EVENING, NOV 6.
41- 9-27-66-42-88-11- 2-26-31-25-2:
novo-l A. MOROSO, Sworn CommaIsloner
?JijotogTapijs, portraits, ?x.
No. 253 SING STREET,
invites attention to bis various de*
scripuons of Portraiture:
Piala Photographs of all aises
India lok and Painted Photographs,
crayons and Porcelains.
A FrjLL ASSOBTkfBNT OF
FRIMES, PASSE PARTOUTS, Ac
Always on band, and at
-QB. B. B. HEWITT,
Omca COBNBB GlOBOB ARD ANSON STRIBTd
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Can be consulted on the following dis easts, am
diseases or a kindred nature,- free Of o barga
and in atrlct confidence. Charges mode?
rate and within the reach of alL Of?
fice boura from 0 A. M. to 7 P. M.:
RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA.
In all arthritic complaints, as rheumatism, gool
neuralgia, Ac, this practice ls almost perfect
The moat latease patna, are almost instantly rt
lieved, enormous swellings are reduced, Umbi
which have been contracted and a tiff for yean
are relaxed. Oases of twenty, thirty and fort]
years' ?tauding have been cured by me after al
other means nave faned.
A great accomplishment la my triumph ove:
pain oy which I can often, in a few moments
soothe and carry off the most excruciating auf
Teringa. If thia system did nothing more thai
to relieve pain, lt wonid stand superior to an]
other system extant.
Stopped-up Head, Ruining of the Nose, constan:
Hawking and Spittlag,' constant Blowing
of the Nose.
Thousands suffer from that moat annoying, d-p
agreeable and edee sive complaint, Catarrh, with
out knowing what lt ls. Often the secreted mu
oona, flowing down the throat, clogs np the lungs
and laya the foundation for consumption.
Thema st skilful physicians fall to cure lt.
I cure any case of obstruction, stopp-jd-ui.
head, discbarges or greenish, thick, thin or g iain
mucous from the nose, internal or external, yali
or fullness between the eyes, constant blowing ol
the nose, inflammation of the nasal passages
ulceration of achuoiderian membrane, Ac, m tb?
coane of a few days.
Nervous Deafness, Noises in the Head, Otorrhosa,
Otitis (Discharges from the Ear,) Paralysis
of Auditory Nerve.
. i am dally treating au affections or the ear witt
the moat gratifying resalta, some who have paid
anrlata nearly $iooo without benefit, have been
cured by me m a few weeks at a moderate ex
Mercury, injudiciously used, bas flUed the earth
with wrecks ol humanity. Thousands sucer from
Its effects who have been unconsciously drugged
by their physicians, lt ls vam to attempt the
cure of the majority of d : seas eu w hi e lt reutama In
the body. Although I have heard of several se
c-iUed antidotes for mercury in the human body,
1 have never yet aeen a physician who contd
eliminate lt from the byatem.
I can satisfy any patient or physician that I
can absolutely abstract mercury, lead, zinc, and
other mineral poison* m every cate.
NoU-me-Tangere. Lupase, or Wolf Cancer, Sclr
rhua Cancer, Fuagoua Cancer, Rose Cancer
I make a great specialty in the treatment of
every description of Cancer and Tumors.
How many Cancers and Tumors are wrongfully
treated by < ertain charlatans a ty Ung themaelves
After being pronounced Incurable, I will take
any one of i hese cases in hand and make a per?
My terms for treating Cancers, Ac, will be
based ou the age and condition of the patient,
and the positive certainty uf cure. i ep a
"piRUIT TREES, SMALL FRUIT?,
ORNAMENTAL TREES AND PLANTS, CHOICE
GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS, Ac
A splendid stock of the choicest varieties.
Send for descriptive catalogue and price list.
AU Trees well packed ao as to carry safely to
any part of the United State*.
SMALL FRUITS AND SMALL PLANTS,
of ali kinds, sent by mau, postage paid, to any
postofflee in the United States.
EDWARD J. EVANS A CO.,
Nurserymen and Seedsmen,
Joly26-th4mc8 York, Fa. |
JPAU1> B, LABANE A GO.,
. 50. 176 EAST BAT,
OFFXB TO THI TBADE AT LOWIST MARI KT Kins
lo hhtorOHL Bacon SIDES.2
17 hh<Tv-choleo Buckra shoulders ?/ . -?
60 boxes DrS.-Oboloe sides . '.!<>/ .
100 boxes Canned Tomatoeu, 2 sai 8 lbs. - -
loo boiei Canned peaches, 2 lbs.
l&o boxes Canned Oysters, i sud 3 lbs. ' - .
60 noxes Brandy Pee/ibw V \". '
loo boxes American Olnb Fish
75 boxes assorted Jellies ? irj "^TQT
160 ^age?Bl ?"' 8<xU' *. * ?ndwkola pack
75 kegs Bl Car. Boda -
eo kegs Sal soda - r. ra . . - -
no doz. aborted Brooms
160 doz; Panted Bucken ?^BB ! B??3" 1
76 nest? painted Tubs1-f- > ? - - *??
VU HHP'S: H-*nd Choles Syrup ;, ;. <
75 bbla.jr. w. and Older Vtat?
lio bats Bio ana^avaS?*
w boxes Tobacco, v art oas-brands - ^'ahm.
In addition te the above, ive keen/
g ACO NI B AC 0 NI
6.000 poonda Choice c. B. SIDES- ? -
80,000 pounds Choice Shoulden . , ^
lo.ooo potmds Ho.sshoulders. ' Am
For sale low, by PETER MACQUEEN. WM
DQT6-2 , . MO" as,;yeadoe Bange? WW
pmurri rsum FBOTTI^ffajSB
RECEIVED PER SCHOOLER ANNIE HAJRRJ&fil
J ?MO bunches 'choice ?1ED BASABAS 1 ' \ M
20,000 Ooooannts. *. . .. iwrasisrrsu
2a,cjoo Baracoa Oranges. ; ^ <?^Mu
AlSO, IK STOKM. WW?
bb s. Red and Yellow Onlocs, loo bbis. Potatotafl
so bbls. suta, 6o boxes Lemons, loo boxes RaSksO
nove . ,..?) T^cgs^Bfrjtq^^, ?
PRU l:-TT:c, :Y:uJ^!?.lilT?1.^
no.ooo Choice Sweet St. Andrews CRASO? .
20.0 -o Baracoa Pananas, clean tad^hAttnsss? %'?
l,ooo bunches Baracoa Ba?an? .>->T7^o?m?
300 bbla. prime Northern Apeles j: *
loo batta prime Wilmington, Peanuts.
Always on hand, a full k?ock ?ni?TB, Almonds,
Pecans. Wa nuts, Filberts aod:BjB*ul?,-.rmiftBe
. .Ac. : . ; . ' j y. :-,>t--j??l -.;iv JT2 *
I Foll stock ot Apples, Onions, Potatoes and Oab~
r bag es alwaya on band. ' .. -rr- .D.V^I
I .. KRESBEL & BRAHDB8, ; '
5 novt-8 K?-m WBW^JgBfe;>j- ,
: M A B T i vi & ;M;;P;:^ K
(Suooeisori to Ubi E, E. Beo?or?,^^ '?'.V \
WHOLESAI?'ABD ,WTA'UI ,:Q^p?i^.>?
i" -. Noa. 127 and 129 MEETING STREET, ii3??! ">;v
Corner Market atrtet, Charleston, South Caroling '.
: ? ? ?'? i ><';r?n ?rj&tnot?ast:?xri
i Country orden respectfullyS?Bctted. No charge ' "
for packing, and gooda. delivered orsi or tissues
: iU^-^ ^?^ ;
W. H. WSLOH-FLXITWOCD UAHMAUVU Eaeoa,1 ?
- OOtSi-P?oamo? : ?::T.T?: r.-' ;?.-.T r^ ';r>f??.
. : ..... .
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' ?? :. ? m- . . ^V?ifi'
- - ; : .>:. ,<t? :.-.to>.^:>r '
? : . f* .. .:: '<..: Vi -i.lt
"*^ IL80NM5 QBQOiBJt.aV J
WILSON'S GROCERY 'ia now offsri^ thcruet
oarefully aelected stock or UQUpte^StoSa5 -
lathlaolty. ". " ?'llivAC'r3 \
They luve been selecta especlaMy T^/theF
medicinal quail ties, aa d their purl ty ;??d?rsed'rq?.
the most eminent physicians of Caarlntoa; '.V
Parties' deabiog a pare arWcl* batf artrajraP^
on Liquors sold -from lana ntahMiment sad1
recommended. ? ? ^??^t?rje^v*
A full supply ox low gradea on hand,-, :.h lAw
No. 306 Sing street.- .
gy Address Box No. 888. ^"t^^ynmu*, .
? H?TBIPf'JIlB'J?f' "'""
TONGUES AND SOrjNDS.. :
For sale low at WILSONS' OROCERT,1
... -i'iii r,a-i^is>UaMJs>sslim;
Ail Goods Delivered Promptly. . .. ,. /BBJB?^ .
CANNED PE ACHES I C A N?H E, -Bi
180 dosen s and s n>. OJSBTBD PIAOHBS.1 ' . St?
For sale low at WD^ra'SBDOsW^f^
. . ,- .-Bo?808 JSiDt?\tm> ^?
tar All Goods deUvered fYee.
CANNED TOMATOES I pAIWi^'tofe
MATOISI- 1 .:..:?...<?
700dosen 24b Canned TOMATOES. ^ .,..;, i
Forsaielowat W1LSOV6' GJWfcmT,
. No. soc King atrevt. il .
ajay All Gooda delivered fret. ""..,..,, .
Q Y BU P I SYRUP! S TB UP ;II .
GOLDEN SYRUP, 65 ^^?M^J^'''' '..
jag- AU Gooda deUvered frea. . ^ v;? lTr
BABGAINS IN TEAS, CQFFEB9, QBO?
r OERIES AND lfBOYlS10K8.,;C) ^ ^
Warranted to salt tkej?aUte^s*d?i^^ :|
of the million. W 5cf8WKm?^rski',-A:
gy-AU Gooda dellTcred free. . ?M- Isaf c???.
NEW CODFISH, PICKLED ?
SPICED SALMON. .'. . ri?Vfl?-;
Extra No. i MACKEREL
jj&yAU Goods dehvered free, bl - ? '???'.<> %:7,,^
-VTEW SMOKED BEEF, F?^^EBD7
J> TONGUES. NEW fl AMS, (SMALL SIZE-)
PIG SHOULDERS. ".. .\
Fulton Market BEEF .'?.>''. .'? ..
Family Pt^Pork -.
smoked Pig Tongues
Pickled l^Peet.J^n m^ _
aj&T" AU Goods deflvered free.
JpOODFOB THEMIIXIONT . V..' ?,
THE GREATEST DISCOYERT OF THE AGE,
AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONELESS Jo
YOUNO SHAD. ^ '
The cheapest and best ,?ood in exlatenoe. Ia '
whole, halves and quarter boxes. .
PAUL B. LALANE A CO., .
No. 176 East Bay, Charleston, S. a, Sol? Agan ti.
Liberal dUcount to the trade. aepl&-&nos
VALENTINE'S PREPABATIO?T OP'
MEAT JUICE. "
Justrecelred. aUrgesup^piy of theabotsj^
bottle contains tour poonda of the bntftiW
Saslve of fat: can be used with co^ or ?ara
waS?; aSo can be taken with CodUver Ott, am?
destroys the taste of the Oil.
Tneonly food for delicate children. ?1/?'
This la mach aaperlor to the "Extractot gewtw,
heretofore on^red to the public, aa win befpmw
apontriaL For sale by ?r. H. BA**
HHB NEW IMPBOYBD
WHBELBB A WILSON
siLEsr ? .
8EWINO MACHINE. : - '
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST, , ^^sa
We are now aehlng these superior K?UUUunh
on Ten Dollar monthly pay mean. .r-,c?aa..
tfgMft Be. 309 Kag street,