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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO.,
J>No. 19 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1872.
NBWS Of TBS DAT.
-tl01d Probabilities" la only thirty, and
-The Grand Vizier of Turkey has reduced
his own salary lrom $200,000 to $40,000 yearly.
-The Prince of Wales has been made a
-A aunt ia Beaufort County, N. C., last
week was rewarded with twenty-five bears.
-It is stated that Louis Napoleon has re?
quested permission ol the German Govern
zaent to reside in Germany, aud has been
refused, on the ground that his presence there
would bo unwelcome.
-The American consul at Vienna has re?
ceived under his protection thirty-five Jewish
families who fled from persecution in Walla?
chia. A subscription has been opened at the
consulate to enable the exiles to emigrate to
this country. . .
-The growth of Berlin since lt has become
the capital of a great empire bas been most
re mar kable, and the population is now esti?
mated at not less than a million, being nearly
one-?ocrth larger than Vienna.' In 1815 the
population numbered only 175,000.
-A correspondent, writing from Monticello,
Fla., states that a growing disposition Is ex?
pressed in that section of the State to annex
West Florida to Alabama, tack Middle Florida
on to Georgia, and to allow East Florida to
constitute the State. This indicates the res?
tiveness, and dlssaUsfactlon of the people In a
strong and forcible light.
-The horse disease in New York has had Its
day, and the streets of the city present their
old busy appearance. The street oars are
running as usual, and the principal thorough
flues are as crowded as before with omni?
buses,- carriages, trucks, and other vehicles.
The malady still prevails among the horses of
Washington, however, and lt ls a.common
eight In that city to see large wagons, heavily
loaded, draged about by lusty colored men.
? -?A: Sew York paper of Friday says: "Ma?
jor-General Q. A. Gilmore, of the United
States Artillery, who distinguished himself
during the war by his masterly engineering
before Charleston, where his Swamp Angel
proved.so serviceable to the Federal arms,'
waa yesterday married to Mrs. Laura Bragg,
an accomplished and wealthy lady, who in
Brooklyn society moves as a Btar o? the first
-Commlsslone ra appointed by a decree of
Glynn County (Cia.) Superior Court, advertise
for sale, at Brunswick, on the first Tuesday in
January next, the. Brunswick and Albany Bail'
road, extending from the harbor at Bruns
wick to the City of Eufaula, Alabama, a dis?
tance el two hundred and forty miles, with its
right of way, equipments and property, real
and personal, and franchises and privileges.
The road la in running order for one hundred
and seventy miles. The iron alone on the
road ls estimated at $1,750,000.
-Twelve iron enterprises are lu operation
or projected In Borne, Ga. Five of these are j
in operation yielding forty tons per day. All j
of them will De In operation within six
month s v and the] probable' yield will be one
hundred and twenty tons per day, or over two
millions or dollars per annum, la the value or
their products, and giving employment to
over one thousand men. At the present rate
the net profits from these twelve furnaces
will not te less than one million dollars per
-The London Times, writing of the Empe?
ror of Germany's decision of the San Juan dis?
putes in favor of the United States, says :
"Except in the contingency of a war with
America, DO cons?quence, whatever could re*
suit from the decision. Ii such an Improbable
contingency should ever occur, the Island of
San Juan would become In American hands a
useful base ol operations against British Co?
lumbia. This ls looking forward to an event
which we believe will never arrive, and the
Bingle immediate effect of the decision will be
the withdrawal on our part of the few troops
who have hitherto been stationed on the
western side of.the island."
-Thc rGerman Polar expedition ls reported
to have discovered, in latitude 79 degrees
north, an Iceless sea, through which they sail?
ed for two successive days. It is also discov?
eredthat the masses of land formerly suppos?
ed to be solid and continuous, are simply
Islands, banked up with immense plies of
driftwood, whloh lie twenty feet above high
water mark; this latter phenomena going to
show the set of the Arctlo currents. There
are no detailed accounts of these discoveries,
trat the general Indications are sufficient to
prove that at least one of the numerous expe
dillons to the Arctlo regions Is likely to add
something to our store of geographical know?
-San Diego, the proposed terminus of the
Texas (Southern) Pacific Railroad, is rapidly
looming np in commercial importance, and
may soon, become a formidable rival to Ban
Francisco. The secretary of the treasury has
authorised the landing ol goods at that port
fiom foreign countries, In place of sending, as
heretofore, to San Francisco for entry and
then shlpplhg them back. This order of Sec
rotary Boutwell's is of much Importance, both
to the Interests of San Diego and the Pacific
Kail Steamship Company. A new bank has
also been Just organized in the new city, and
the old bank ls doing a splendid business
Ban Diego la about four hundred miles south
of San Francisco, near the Mexican frontier
line, and has a flue harbor capable o? accom?
modating the largest vessels.
-A letter to one of the English papers, i rom
a lady who waa in the accident to the train
passing through the Mount Cenls tunnel,
gives a graphic picture ot the scene. The
train arrived at the tunnel at four o'clock on
Sunday afternoon. It takes about forty min?
utes to traverse the darkness, and about ball
an hour had elapsed, and the passengers were
Jost anticipating emerging again Into daylight,
when, without the least warning, they were
tlungftom thelraeatabythe sudden stoppage
of the train with a terrific crash. The first
sensation- was one of horror at the total dark
ness and unknown extent of tbe danger.
Then the carriages began to AU with smoke.
The heat soon became like that of an oven.
Three . ot the passengers were mortally
wounded, and many others were severely in
lured, and their groans and cries were aggra?
vated by the shrieks of the other passengers,
many of whom were women. Without light,
almoBt without air, and helpless, the paspen
gors remained wedged In the tunnel, with the
burden (rain with which.they had oollld'jd,
for five hours, when Blx engines sent from
Modane dragged the tratos asunder.
?'While the Lamp Hold? Ont to Barn."
It is not often that THENEWS finds, In the
columns of Its city contemporaries, expres?
sions of g?nerons feeling which lt can stamp
with the mint-mark and pass into general
circulation. For thiB reason the kind words
which the Courier writes of the stricken
people of Boston are heartily welcome. It
describes with unusual conciseness the
catastrophe of Sunday, and recalls with
pride the recollection of the substantial help
which struggling Charleston gave to para?
lyzed Chicago. The Courier says :
"This has indeed been a year of casualties,
by sea and by land. The country has scarcely
recovered irom tho terrible Bhock of the fear?
ful fire at Chicago, by which that city was al?
most totally laid In ruins. In a few hours,
and Chicago had been swept by the fire-flend.
Wealth vanished ilke the fabric of a vision,
and thousands upon thousands were rendered
homeless, bankrupt and destitute by a sudden
and unforeseen casualty, which baffled ail de?
scription and defied all control. Business was
entirely suspended, and the utmost privation
and misery prevailed. Bot the whole country
responded with a magnanimity and a common
sentiment of humanity which Indicated how
closely, in the hour of misfortune, voe are all
akin to each other-whatever the section or
the past poll tlcal difference. ThiB cl ty, among
others, even In the hour of oppression and
severe trial, answered to the common call, and
by Its contribution assured not only Chicago,
bot the people of the whole North, that the
tour of disaster was the opportunity of com?
mon Telief and contribution.
. ? . * * *
"I: Is an hour of great misfortune, and as
such whatever the oppressions or misrule im?
posed upon the South, it should command the
earnest sympathy and aid of every section of
These assurances that the public for whom
the Courier speaks behold with genuine
compassion the afflictions of their country?
men, whether they live North or Sonth of
the Potomac, are hailed by THE NEWS as a
cheering sign of the spread of liberal feeling,
and the revival of the old spirit of world?
wide charity and love. Only a year ago the
Courier was studiously silent, while the
presses of the country were eloquent
in their declarations that tne fall of
Chicago was a blow which struck
home to every manly breast Then,
as now, it was true that "in the honr of
"misfortune, we are all akin to each other."
But the Courier flatly refused to give its
Clo the Chicago Belief fund, although, ns it
boasts, "this city, among others, even in
"the hour of its oppression and severe trial,
"answered to the common call, and by its.
"contribution assured not only Chicago,
"bat the people of the whole North, that the
"hoar of disaster was the opportunity of
"common relief and contribution."
The difference between what the Courier
did in October, 1871, and what lt Bays in
November, 1872, is the measure of its liber?
Good, if Trac.
The Missionary Record,ol which R. H. Cain,
(colored,) the Congressman at Large from
Sooth Carolina, is the editor and proprietor,
says that the policy Indicated in the Repu oil?
can State Conventions "will be strictly car
"ried oat by the Legislature and State otu.
"cers-and throughout the whole State
"there will be efforts made to bring about
"that state of affaire which will secure to
"the whole people a prosperity heretofore
"unknownsince, or before, Reconstruction."
This is wholesome talk. Sooth Carolina
craves tranquillity and peace. The new
Legislature, if they act as Congressman
Cain promises that they will, may rely on
receiving the support of the Conservative
citizens. . What the people demand is, Equal
Laws and Low Taxation. The Republicans
are in power, and they can so control affairs
as to reduce the cost of government, and
avoid class legislation. But to do this they'
must rise above the considerations which
influence the mere politician. They most
cling to what is right and spurn what is '
wrong. They most keep their hands clean j
and their heads clear. It is a mistake to sup?
pose that the Conservatives, as a body, are
captions and quarrelsome. Give them a de?
cent government, let them bo assured that
the public revenues are properly spent, and,
as far as the Conservatives are concerned,
the wheels of the executive and legislative
machinery will revolve without a jar.
THE NEWS does not ask the new adminis?
tration to "conciliate" anybody or any class.
It simply .requires of them that they deal
justly and generously with the Conservative
citizens, and fulfil in good faith, We pledges
which bind them to begin, -without delay,
the work of retrenchment and reform.
Take Back Stats.
j The Republican Bolters who were wiped
oat of political existence, on election day,
by the Kepnblican Begulars, will not derive
much comfort from the pronnnciamento
which appears in the last isane of the Mis?
sionary Record, the organ of the black
Regulars. It says:
"The Bolters must take a baok seat, and
not claim the first places in the affairs of
State. There are now large numbers of these
same gentlemen who are occupying Important
places of honor and trust. They have used
their positions and their means against the
present Incoming administration and its
friends. These positions must be Beoured to
the friends of the administration. If the
present administration and Us Irlends have
any influence in Federal appointments, that
should be used for displacing the Bolters and
putting Ute supporters in their places. 'To
the victors belong the apoils' Is the watch?
word, and every party always carries ont that
polloy as a means of self-protection, and se?
curity against future bolts and bolters' com?
binations. 8hall they continue to control the
customhouse? Shall they continue to con
trot tbe Internal revenue offices ? shalt they
continue to control the Federal appoint?
ments In this State, while they fight the
State and Federal Governments? Let the
good judgment of common sense decide in the
coming changes, which hasten apace. Trost j
not those who have sought your life-. j
I IT JD IJJUAMUUkJ A \s
It bas been tbe rule on tbe Soufh Carolina
Railroad, for two years or more, to require
tbe prepayment of freight on all goods going
from Charleston to way stations. This rule
was found to cause inconvenience to local
shippers, and on Thursday last orders were
issued that, after that date, both local and
through freight should be received, without
prepayment, for the following stations on
the line of road : Summerville, George's,
Branchville, Midway, Bamberg, Graham's,
Blackville, Winlaton, Aiken, Graceville,
Bath, Langley, Lewlsville, Orangeburg and
Claremont It ls not doubted that the new
rule will work well, and be advantageous to
both the railroad and the Charleston
CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
FALCON, from Baltimore, are hereby noti?
fied that Bhe ls THIS DAT discharging cargo at Pier
No. 1, Union Wharves. All Qoods not taken away
at sunset, will remain on wharf at Consignees'
risk. MORDECAI A CO.,
^CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
VIRGINIA, from Philadelphia, are hereby
notified that she is aisoharglog Cargo at Brown's
Wharf. All goods not removed by Banset will
remain ou wharf at consignees' rlBk and ex?
pense. All claims most ba made on wharf be?
fore removal of goods.
H0V12-1 W. A. COURTENAY. Agent
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
CHARLESTON-CHARLESTON, S. C., NOVEM?
BER ll, 1372.-THURSDAY next (14lh instant)
having been appointed by the civil authorities as
a day of Thanksgiving and Prayer, tbls Bank will
be closed. The business of that day must there,
fore be anticipated. WM. 0. BREESE,
Da. TUTTS EXPECTORANT IS
the most valuable Lung Balsam ever offered to suf?
ferers from Pulmonary diseases. lt ls pleasant
to take. novT-6DAw
J&-THE MEMBERS OF THE GERMAN
HUSSARS TILTING CLUB are requested to call
! on Messrs. MUNEE k MULLER and leave orders
for their Uniforma.
By order of the President.
J. 0. W. BISCHOFF,
?ar-IT IS SADDENING TO SEE OUR
hair blossoming for the grave too early. More es?
pecially women feel this affliction, and lt ls even
a greater deformity to them than to mea.
AVER'S HAIR VIGOR removes it.and restores
the bair sometimes, but Its original color always.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OF?
FICE OF COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
WASHINGTON, SEPTEMBER 10,1872.-Whereas,
by satisfactory evidence presented to the under
signed, it baa been made to appear that the Bank
of Charleston National Banking Association n
the City of Charleston, la the County or Chan SB
too and State of Sooth Carolina, hts been duly
organized nader and according to the require?
ments of the Act of Congress, entitled "An Act to
provide a National Currency, secured by a pledge
of United Btates Bonds, and to provide for the
circulation and redemption thereof," approved
Juno s, 1864, and has compiled with all the provi
atoas of said Act, required to be complied wi th
before commencing the business of Banking an?
der said Act
Now, therefore, i, JOHN S. LANGWORTHY,
Acting Comptroller of tho Currency, do hereby
Certify tnat the Bank of Charleston National Bank?
ing Association, In the City or Charleston, In the
j County of Charleston and State of Sou tb carolina,
ls authorised to commence the business of Hank?
ing under the Act aforesaid.
In testimony whereof, witness my band and
Seal of office, this loth day or September, 1872.
J. 8. LANGWORTHY,
Acting Comptroller or Currency.
???Ib) [No. 8044.]
BURNHAM AROMATIC DENTI?
FRICE, for Cleaning, Beantlfylng and Preserving
the Teeth, and imparting a refreshing taste to the
month. Prepared by
EDW. S. BURNHAM,
Graduate or Pharmacy,
No. 421 King street, Charleston, s. 0.
Recommended by the following Dentists: Dr
J. B. PATRICE, Dr. B. A. MUCKBNPUSS.
BELL SCHNAPPS, DISTILLED
by tbe Propri?t?-ra at Schiedam, In Holland. An
Invigorating Tonio and Medicinal Beverage.
Warranted perfectly pure, and free from al.
deleterious substances. It ls distilled from Bar?
ley of the finest quail; y, and the aromatic Juniper
Berry of Italy, and designed expressly for cases
of Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Dropsy, Goat, Rheu?
matism, General Debility, Oartarrh of the Blad?
der, Pains In the Back and Stomach, and all
diseases or the Urinary Organs. It gives relier
In Asthma, Gravel and Calcali la the Bladder,
strengthens and Invigorates the system, and ls
a certain proventatwo and cue or that dreadful
scourge, Fever and Ague.
CAUTION I-Ask ror "HUDSON G. WOLFE'S
For sale by all respectable Grocers and Apothe?
HUDSON G. WOLFE A CO., Sole Importers.
Office, Na is Sooth William street, New Tork.
BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS
superb Hair Dye ls the best in the world. Per?
fectly harmless, reliable and instantaneous. No
disappointment. No ridiculous tints, or unpleas?
ant odor. The genome W. A. Batchelors Hair
Dye produces Immediately a splendid black or
natural brown. Does not stain the skin, bat
leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. Tbe
only safo aud perfect Dye. Sold by all druggists
Factory is Bond street, New York.
flfrTRE STATE ASSAYER OF MASSA?
CHUSETTS, (A. A. HAYES, M. D.,) having made
an analysis or HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN
HAIR RENEWER, reports ll the best preparation
for promoting healthy excretions or the scalp, in?
creasing the growth and restoring the color or
the hair. novs-stutbanaw
- CLEAR AND HARMLESS AS WA?
TER-NATT ANS'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOB
THE HAIR.-A perfectly clear preparation In one
bottle, as easily applied as water, for restoring to
gray hair its natural color and youthful appear,
ance, to eradicate and prevent dandruff, to pro?
mote the growth-or the hair and stop Its falling
out It ls entirely harmless, and perfectly free
from any poisonous substance, and will therefore
take the place of all the d?-ty and unpleasant
preparations now la use. Numerous testimonials
hare been sent us from many ot onr moat promi?
nent citizens, some ef whloh are subjoined. In
everything la whloh the articles now la use are
objectionable, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY ls perfect
It ls warranted to contain neither Sugar or Lead,
Sulphur or Nitrate or Silver, lt does not soli the
clothes or scalp, Is agreeably perfumed, ana
makes one of the best dressings for the Hair in
use. It restores the color of the Hair "more per
feet and uniformly than any other preparation,"
and always does so In from three to ten days,
virtually feeding the roots or the Hair with all
the nourishing qualities necessary to Its growth
and healthy condition; lt restores the decayed
and induces a new growth ot the Hair more posi?
tively than anything else. The application of
thia wonderful discovery also produces a pleasant
and cooling effect on the scalp and gives the Hair
a pleasing and elegant appearance. Price $1 a
bottle. ARTHUR NATT ANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, washing ton, D. 0.
For sale by the Agent Da. H. BARR,
No. 181 Meeting street Charleston, 8. 0.
A T?OSo?CARCTINA OB APTER NO. I, R. A.
md Wentworth airee? at 7 o'clock IHM BVSN
:aa, 121h November, 1873. Q?I?HOV
perder or M. E. H. ^gMjfflSk ,
CIT. PATBICK'S BENEVOLENT S0CI
? ETY.-The Regular Monthly^eetio?of thia
Moiety will be held This (Tuesday)
Blbernlan Hall, atuair-past 7 o'clo?*-*2S?CM1B1
attendance ls requested. 5^5?;
CHARLESTON SOCIAL MOUNTED
KJ CLUB,-You,are . musted ?vf*w?i ?
Special Meeting or your.otUb THISEVKNTNO, at
halt-past7 o'clock precisely. n.vn.
By order of the President. J?J-S^iii?:.
QUEEN CITY CLUB.-ATTEND REGU?
LAR Monthly Meeting THIS EVENING, at
ciuo Rooms, at hair-past 8 o'clock^ Full attend
ance particularly requested, as "?enfttBbDB,,ieM
wui be brought forward for consideration.
LAFAYETTE ARTILLERY CHARITA?
BLE AS80CIATI0N.-Y0U are, hereby aum
monedto attend a Begular Meeting or your AS
oclatlon to be held at S^" HaU. nor^westoor
ner Meeting and wentworth ?reeta. ^?(T^
day) Ev?HiKQ. the 12th lnatant, at vo clock, A
large attendance ls desired, as business ol^lm
port ance will be brought np fo^onsWeratlon.
gy order. JAMBS A M^LVIN^
ATTENTION, NATIONAL ZOUAVES.
Atiend a Special Meeting Tam EVENINGat
7 o'clock, at Pythian Ball, gpO?k??atS
door from King/ AUappUoantsarea^reonested
to attend, as the measures roi- o^0"??^ ^
taken. Committees will also come prepared to
report. Attend promptly.
By order of tte President. ? q
OTRANTO CLUB-A MATING WILL
U be held THIS DAY, at 13 o'clock M., ?J
Btoad street. novi-t
WANTED, GOOD MACHINE HAND8,
an Intelligent Lad, at No. 30 Hayne street.
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
do house work. Apply at No. 488 King
street, third door above Hndson Btreet.
WANTED, TWO GOOD LAUNDRY
WOMEN to go to Savannah. Apply at
Charleston Botel- . . ;_noW
WANTAD, A WOMAN TO COOK, AND
another to do housework. Apply at this
office after io o'clock.' j _Doyia
WANTED A COLORED GIRL,
rourteen or fifteen years old, to attend
Children, Must have recommendaUona. Apply
at NO. 186 East Bay street, corner of Market.
WANTED, A COMPETENT WAITING
MAN. Apply at No. 84 Broad street, be?
tween 12 and 1 o'clock. _novl2-l?
WANTED, TWO BOOMS, DRESSING
room, kitchen and servants' room In
some house occupied by a respectable family tn
the lower part of the city. Address, stating
terms, location, Ac, F. Wi Drawer Box No. isi
p. 0. " : _POV12-2?
WANTED, A SMART YOUNG LAD,
abontieto is years old, as clerk in our
Grocery Store, JOHNflORKAMP A CO.
novia-l*_. ... ._
WANTED, A GOOD WHITE COOK
for a small family; also to altead a cow.
Apply at No. 16 Legare street._novl2-2?
-VTURSE WANTED.-A WHITE WOMAN
IS competent BB a child's nurse, willing to go
imo the country, and to make herself generally
useful, can bear of a desirable situation on ap?
plication at No. 86 Meeting street. No one need
apply who cannot produce good recommenda?
WANTED EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the MI.NhRAL SPERM OIL AND
BURNERS, exhibited by DOUOLAS A MILLER
at toe State Fair, Colombia, S. c., has received
the Medal and endorsement of tho Committee,
who recommend lt for general family use over
any other Oils for its aoaolnte safety and bril'
Haney. Dealers tliroaghont the State can be sup?
plied by LOCOLA:} A MILLER, Sole Agents, Palst
and Oil Depot, No. 88 East Bay, Charleston, S. 0.
novl2-6_' " _
WANTED, A GOOD COOK, MALE
preferred. Apply northeast corner Rad?
cliffe and Katlcdge street*. 00V8
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER
SPIhlTS OF THE WORLD, THE TREAS?
URE HOUSE OF AMERICA THE GREAT BOOK
OF THE YEAR. Agents report salea of SS to 100
copies in a few boura or days. Prospectus free.
Address J. W. QOODSPEED, New York, Chicago,
Cincinnati, Sr. Louis, New Orleans. .
_ Ko fUrtt._
singly or together ; partly famished tr de?
sired ; suitable for a small family, at No. 46 Beau
TO RENT, STORES WITH OR WITH?
OUT Rooms, en King street, near Broad
street. Apply to E. J. LEWlTH, No. 88 King
TO RENT, AN ELIGIBLE HOUSE IN
the western part or tbeoity; large cistern
and gas. Apply io N. HITTER, cashier Savings
Baak, No. 91 Broad street._novll-tnths3
TO RENT, THAT LABGE AND COMMO?
DIOUS Three-Mory Residence, No. 7 King
street, containing o square rooms and necessary
outbuildings. A good cistern on the premises.
Possession given January 1,1873. Inquire at Na
9 King street._._ novl3-tnths
TO RENT, TWO STOREHOUSES AND
Dwellings, in the Town of Florence, S. C.,
Main street, opposite Freight Depot, formerly oc?
cupied by A. W. Loy ns. Address F. M. H., Flo?
rence, 8. C._nov9-14*
TO RENT, THAT ELEGANT NEW
STORE, No. 410 King street, next to corner
BurnB lane. To an approved tenant they will be
rented low. Apply to FOKSYTHE, MoOOMB A
CO., corner King street and Burne lane,
FOR RENT, THAT DESIRABLE RE8I
DENCE at the southeast corner or Meeting
and Obarlotie streets. A line cistern and ample
servants' accommodations on the premises. Apply
to CHAS. J. COLCOUK, North Atlantic wharf.
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE,
No. 894 King street,recently occupied by:
FOHSYTHK, MCCOMB A CO. The Store ls neatly
shelved, and with Counters and Caa Fixtures wui
be rented low to an approved tenant. Apply to
FORsYTHE, MCCOMB A CO., corner King street
and Burns lase._octl-tnths
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND COM?
MODIOUS Budding. No. 140 East Bay, re?
cently occupied as me Publication Office of THH
NEWS, and formerly known as the French Coffee
House. For terms, AC, applv at the Office of
THE NEWS, NO. 19 Broad street. r>ep38
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CHAHLR8TOS COUNTY.-By GEORGE
BUIST, ?sq., Probate Judge.-Whereas, DANIEL
KELLER, ef New York, Mechanic, made suit to
me to grant him Letters or Administration c ?
the Estate and effects or THOMAS W. KEATS,
late or Charleston, mechanic
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and
singular the kt ad red and ci editora cr the said
THOMAS W. KEATS, deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of Probate, to be
held at Charleston on the 36th of November, 1872,
next, after publication hereof, at ll o'clook m the
forenoon, to show cause, if any they have, why
the said administration should not be granted.
Given nnder my hand, thia 11th dar of Novem?
ber, Anno Domini 1872. GEORGE BUIST,
novl2-tu2_ Probate Judge.
FINAL NOTICE-ESTATE OF MBS. E.
B. WILKINS.-On the 2d day ot December
next, at ll o'clock A. M., the undersigned will
apply to GEORGE BUIST. Esq., Judge ot Probate
for charleston county, lor letters dlsmlsaory to
him as (executor of above Estai e.
October 30,1872. MARTIN L. WILKINS.
THREE WEEKS FROM DATE APPLI?
CATION will be made to the Planters' and
Mechanics' Bank of charleston, S. C., for renewal
or CERTIFICATES No. 10,691 Ipr Five Shares and
No. 15.871 for Thirteen Shares Stock, m name or
ANN J. GADSDEN, the original having been lost
Charleston, 28th October, 1872. oot2?-tn3
KOSES, EVERGREEN, GRAPE VINES,
We the undersigned beg to return our sincere
thanks to our mends and: the poolta in the pas?
tor their patronage. We beg a continuance or ihe
same in tne future. We have for sale
one thousand ROSES
One hundred Grape Vines
And a large stock of Evergreens.
Gardens laid ont to insure satlsractlon.
WALTER WEBB, SE.,
WALTER WEBB, JB.,
novl-stha No. -so King Btreet.
A OA DEM ST OP MUSIC
TWO NIGHTS ONLY OP THE QUEEN STAR OP
THE SOUTH AHD 1 HE EMINENT COMEDIAN
BOSE AND HABBT WATKINS
First imo of s New
GRAND MORAL DRAMA,
. ? De neting tbe
POLITICAL AND -SOCIAL ASPECT OF OUR I
Belog A powerful an 1 Instructive Illustration of
tbe BESETTKIG SIN OF SOCIETY.
TH is (Tuesday) EVSNING. NOVEMBER 12TH,
First representar on o '. an entirely original Drama,
lc four Acta and tueive Tableaux, by Barry
HIS WORST ENEMYI
Horace Hilton (a yoong Lawyer, victim nf a Politi?
cal Bing,).HARRY WATKINS.
Grace Milton (devote! tbrongb all, "tbe Drunk?
ard's Wife) with a gr ind scene,RO-E WATKINS.
Lilly Milton ) The Drunkard's (Little Amy Lee ?j
> children, the real \
George Milton) suffer 3rs of course ( Willy Watkins
Other charact ers by the company.
Admission to orchestra and Dress Circle $1.
Reserved Seats 25 cents extra. Family circle 60
cents. Gallery 26 cents.
Box Office now ope a._novia
POSITIVELY TIREE NIGHTS ONLY.
NOVEMBER 12, 13, 14.
Just returned from Europe,
ANDERSON, The Illusionist,
Assisted by Misses LEONA and COLUMBIA.
ANDERSON. Also Young America, Prof. SCHU?
BERT, Eminent Pianist and Composer, (from
NiUson's Opera Troui-c.)
One hundred beautiful and costly presents to
be distributed among the audience each perform
Admission 60 cams. Reserved Seat9 76 cents.
To be bad at the Hall. -
Doors open at T. commence at 8 o'clock.
A H H.UAL FA IB
AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL
ASSOCIATI ON OF GEORGIA,
Will commence at their Fair Grounds, at savin- j
nab, Georgia, MOND/.Y, December 2d, 1872, and;
continue six Days.
Tba Central Railroad passes b; the Grounds.
No fee will be cu arced for Entering or Exhibit?
For Premlnm Lists or Information, address
J H. EST! LL, Secretary,
oct28-imo Savannah, Georgia.
FOB SALE, A TWO-STORY HOUSE!
and Store, southeast corner of Reid andi
llanover streets. IiOt eighty-six feet by sixty-,
eight feet. Apply at; No. 9 Society street. -
U0Vl2-t0f2*_. . '
FOR SALE OB BENT, 2300'ACRES OF;
PINES, origlnnl growtb, on Cooper River,!
nt for Turpentine, Lumber, Wood. Apply at No.'
417 King street. novT-thsma* j
PERSONS WIflHING TO PURCHASE;
. Horses or Maltis will and lt to their advan?
tage to call at HOGAN A CO.'S STABLES, No. 60S:
King street, before i nrcbaring elsewhere. '
nov2atnthlmo pac? .
MULES AND HORSES AT R. OAK-'
kl AN'S Stable, No. 86 Charon street. Plan?
tation, Timber, Cart and Dray MULES for sale ou?
TTT PRESTON DOWLING, FACTOR
TV . and Commlualon Merchant,No. 0 Boyce's
wharf, Charleston, ?L G., has a few of the Cele-'
brated Wright A warnock's Horae Power ready!
"P 0 Ii SALE,
That valuable Plantation on the Etowah River,
in Bar tow County, opposite Eve's station, Rome
Railroad, known as the
SHE I ILE Y PLACE.
It consists ef soo acres-loo acres of river bot;
tom, loo acres of red upland, and leo acres in the.
woods. The land ls very fertile, and shipping ro?
omies excellent. Neighborhood first rate im?
provements good. An apple, pear and peach:
orchard. Tolerable dwelling, stablos, and two.
tenement houses. Also, a
SAW AND GRIST MILL,
having the best wa'er power in Georgia. This
property ls known ai the "Pledger Mills," and ls
located on Big Cedar Greek, m the midst or good ;
timber and Iron ore, miles from Vann's Valley;
Depot, Selma, Rome and Dal to.i Railroad, and'
as miles from Cave fiprlng. It ls now oat or re?
pair, bot can, with attention and skill, be made;
the best paying property In the South. Titles to:
the above properties ?re undoubted.
Plantatlon-f 6000 cash; $1000annually for three
years, with Interest.
Mills-$2000 cash; $1000 annually for two yearn.
RsFBBiMCXS.-Colonel Wade 8. Cothran, Rome;
Colonel R.A. Alston, Atlanta; Judge J. H. Mc-.
Clung, Montezuma; Major D. P. Booton. Marshall
ville, and T. J. Davis, Cave Springs, Ga.
Great bargain. Apply quickly to
P. M. SHE1BLEY, Agent,
PLANTATION FOR SALE.-A VERY
floe PLANTATION, situated in CoUeton
county, S. 0., on tbe Orangebnrjr Road, about ?
mites from 41 Station, S. o. it. R., consisting or
about isooacreB, more or less, about iso acres
of Une planting land cleared and under fence,
the balance weil timbered and suitable for tur?
pentine, besides being a central location; bound?
ed on all sides by the finest turpentine trees in
Also, a very rice Two Story DWELLING of the
very best beare yellow pine, with sta les and
outhouses for at least 16 mules and 20 banda.
Parties wishing to go Into the turpentine busi?
ness, will find lt to their Interest to consult
KINSMAN A HOWELL, Charleston, S. C., or
BOWYER A RAYSOR,
nov6-tuf8 George's station, S. O. R. rf.
Joint Stock Company.
OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
TBE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COM?
PANY for the benefit of the sute Orphan Asylum.
CLASS Na 246-MONDAY MOBNIN<?. NOV. IL
CLASS No 246-MONDAY EYBNINO, Nov. li.
27- 1-18-24-31-73-44-25-60- 3-74-76.
novi2-i A. MOROSO, Sworu Oommslaloner.
SOUTHERNERS VISITING THE NORTH
can obtain first-class Board at No. 9 West
T?. en ty-ninth s' ree t, New York, four doors froia
QUsey House, and In the neighborhood or nine or '
the principal hotels. Terms $14 per week. Tran?
sient Boarders taken. oct28lmo
CITY HALL, MAYOR'S OFFIOB, 1
CHARLESTON, S. C., November 7, 1873. j
Whereas, The City council or Charleston, on
motion or Aldermat. B. O'Neill, unanimously
adopted the following, to wit:
"Whereas, A gracious Providence has signally
blessed ns with lmmttalty from all epidemics and
other calamities dartag the past.year, lt ls meet
and proper wo shot id gratefully acknowledge,
whilst invoking a ocntlnuance of His bountiful I
mercy and blessings:
'?Resolved, That th ) Mayor Issue his proclams.
tlon announcing a Day of Thanksgiving and
Prayer to the Giver of every gocd gift for His
bounteous favors dm lng the past year."
Now, therefore, L JOHN A. WAGEN EB, Mayor
or the City or Charleston, do issue thia my Procla?
mation appointing 1 HCRSDAV, the 14th Novem?
ber, 1872, aa a Bay or Thanksgiving and Prayer,
ana I do respectful r request the Reverend the
Clergy to opea their respective houses or wor?
ship, and I invite all our people to assemble there?
in to celebrate the Joyful occasion, tor the Lord
our Qod has been good to us, and His mercies
have been apparent. He has blessed onr fields
with plenty, our maris with prosperity, and our
hearths and homes with health and peace.
Witness my hand and the seal of the city, thti
[L. a.] 7th November, 1B7J.
Attest: JOHN A. WAGENEB,
W. W. SIMONS, Clerk of Council.
rjHE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER ? WILSON
THE BEST 13 THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior MACHINES
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing dpne promtly.
WHEELER k WILSON MANUF'G 00.,
aprt-lyr No. 209 King street.
Sf; No. ll ?aoAD STREET.
?- Nsw YOKE, November ll, 1878.
*^^^uT <* tfoweK, Agents, (marleston,
?" Boet^n ???es wilmot exceed One Million1 r'
Donara, and wm be paid aa promptly aa our obi
cago loases, leaving present'Net Cash Assets over
THREE MILLION DOLLARS^ ' ?
". . . . A. STODDART, General Agent, i \
Risks taken aa usual at Board raies \
novia a <*>^OBN ATWELL,
_.. - '-mi*.--. Agenta.
JJARTFORD INSURANCE COMPANY.
HABTFORD, CONN., November ii, im.
A. H. Hayden, Agent:
..OLD HARTFORD" atm sound. Secretary
Browne, wno ls in Boston, telegraphs our lesa
will be lesa tuan 8650,000.
Assets November l, ma, $2,800,000.
. Give na all. the good bnafne? yon can.
novia GEORGE 8. PHASE, President.
JJTJGER A RAVENEL, AGENTS,
No. 8 BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. 0.,
THE NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF. BALTIMORE, MD,
Loss at Boston.Nothing.
THE LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF.
Loss at Boston will not exceed $ioo,coo. '., j
The Assets or thia old and i enable English Oom-!
pany exceed $13,ooo.coo in gold.
All Losses promptly settled as soon as ad*,
Justed; . - ~l-i''-'- i -
A The public may feel perfectly safe In entrusting
any nosiness to our care. - novw
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE,
INBURANCE COMPANY, ' ! ;|
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHONI5 INSURANCE C0MPiNx\' j]
OF HABTFORD, CONNECT!DOT, I'"' -
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74. .
: The undersigned, having Increased tnolr INSUR?
ANCE facllltle*by the Agency ol that strong and
reliable American Company, the PHOS1X of
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchants
and property owners Policies In trae above Damed
Companies at aa low ratea aa any other first Claas,
Companies. - B, BEBRING A CO., -
Bep6-amoa '. ..No. 14 Broad street,
. (Eiltj Bfliltoaji' JX?I? m.
WAY COMPANY, NOVEMBER 12,, ltTlesUnUli
further notice the following Schedule will be run:
RCTLBTOI araxar Lura.
Leave Up ' ' Leave Leave Up Leave !
Terminus Broad street. Terminus. Broad street.
188.8.131.52 1.80.8 00..,. . !
8.20...8.67. . 7.46........8.16 1
' 84?;... .....0.81' M . AOO^.,. ri }
1.80.... ....2,07 , . ,8.16........8.46. .
2.00.... ....i8? 880.... ....9.00 .
?i 2.80...801 . 8.46:... ...v?.16 i
8.36.... ....4.12; !< :: ?00..i.0.1? . : .
4.00._4.87 . 8.16_8.46 " 1
4.10.'... ""4.47 I 1.B0.'.2.00 j
6 00.6.37 L46.2.16 <
184.108.40.206 2.00.2.80 '
7.80.8.07 3 SO.4.00
* 4.00.... ....4.30
aj . ?,80,........100 . ;
Additional Oars will be placed on both Linea as
soon as the condition of the Horses will perm t. ;
nov 12-1 EVAN. EDWARDS, Secretary.
"Y^Xr o" HTTBI WATCHES!
KINO ?TSXXT LIN?.
We have Just opened an Assortment of Ameri?
can and European WATCHES, which we oiler at
the lowest New York prices:
GOLD WATCHES from $36 .to $120
silver Watches from $12 to $86.
All of which are warranted. Call and see, and |
Also, a large assortment of JEWELRV.
UCVl2-tuth2 M. A A. ASHTON.
100,000 CY PR F ss SPLIT SHINGLES, prime and
100,000 Piastenns; Lattas, 4?? and a reet, at $2 60
and $3 60 per M.
LUMBER of all descriptions furnished with dis?
patch and at moderate pnces. I
JOHN Li. STEINHEYER,
Charleston Steam Saw and Planing Mill?,
novia-tntaaS Weat end Beunfaln street.
Ccpartncrifjipa artir ?Stssaitt?iont
T'^tWvSSLT'?V PORCHER &
ia dissolved this day by the death or the late
FRANCIS J. POROH.HR and Ita own limitation.
c. W. HENRY, surviving Partner.
The undersigned have thia day formed a Co?
partnership nuder the firm of HENRY A LEWIS,
for the purpose of transacting a Brokerage busi?
ness In upland, Sealaland Cotton and Rice.
0. W. HENRY,
November 9th, 1872.,, J. W. LEWIS, JR.
novfl-8 ' ''. "' ' '" " " ' '. _
WE .THE UNDERSIGNED HAYE THIS
day formed a copartnership, under the
name and style or COUNTS A WR0T0N, Xor the
purpose of carry lng on the Cotton Factorage and
ceo eral Commission Business. Office South At?
lantic Wharf, Exchange Row". ' ..---???.
T. J. COUNTS.
W. H. WROTON..
Charleston, October 16,1812.' octlB-lmo
flbotograpljs, Portraits, ?r.
No. 268 SING .STREET,
invites attention to hie various de?
scriptions of Portraiture:
Plain Photographs of ail Buses
india Ink and Painted Photographs,
Crayons and Porcelains.
A FULL ASSOBTHKNT OF
FRAMES, PASSE PARTOrTS, AC
Always on hand, and at
-milliners, Strain ?noas, Jftc.
NO. 304 KING STREET.
Mrs. M. J. ZERNOW would respectfolly an?
nounce to the public that she wUl open THIS TAY,
October 17th, a rall Lue or MILLINERY AND
FANCY GOODS, Hoopsklrts. Bustles, Kid cloves.
Ladles' and Children's Under Garments, Wrap?
pers, Sacks, Furs, Ac Dress and Cloak Making
attended to as usnaL . _ _ ?
Sole agent for M'me Demorest'a PAPER PAT
TBRNS. Country orders will receive prompt at?
tention. " OCtl7-thfltu ;
^1^01 ! 'JB Affi O N ! ~~
20 buds. CLEAR RIB.
. 15,000 lbs. Ooo?ce Shoulders. ^
. J0.000 lbs. No. 2 Shoulders.
In atore and to arri ve; for tale low br
oom* ,,, -"^?frYtqdne^gge,
jf FINE LOT ?F CHEAP FB?TE8.
<Jru)lce:BA^*ifA^"(__ - .
Cl?nico'ORA Nd RS SO cents pe?'.
APPLES 40 ceatsa peek.
A. BR OG KB AN KS. IOU Meeting st.,
Jggfl - - a! PP^ftPad.qircjdAy.q&oTp^
pwKMBBABA BOGAR AMrVM?aOPgADO
VJ ? MOL ABBES. ?,u- w ?ac
SO hhds. Good, " Prim? and Choice Grocery
'i BTJOABBr' TSoS
Sow landing, az schooner J.. F. Farlsad from
. '..?.!. i- .ja?ct-"1 * l'ound al r.nn
o ntl Os. a wm Mosco vado MOLASSES,
Foraaleby . W.P.
gm? .. - Brown yob.'
Q.AT'8-i o. A.f8;r;^^L^^i
Pun*;; B. LALANE i CO:;. ~ / ;
'"V'/.IaViri^?SIrBAT^?^d ?^-. d
;?? ?S* *k*> 1I0? iAi sa '-'-r-'X-U-T?C; 1
? bhdi. Choice Baccmshoolders ! *
1O0 boxea American WoHsh .**? S*"
75 boxes assorted Jemes ragest uatfc irr JK? T
uo boxea W^, ?oda,x..*.?* whou pac*
75-kegs Bl Car/Soda'1 us?e .mil -mico
iso doz. Piiinted Backets 5>?dir?j .
Prompt attention wlff te&fto'H?trtotitkto
iNE OF THE ALLSPICE ' t ?
- IndosntamnasgrUsf am
* The greatest nainral Toole tn th? world and
most oertajn care for' Dyspepsia,' indigestion'
Dlarrboia, Cholera mlsnttrrn, Cholera'Korbst; or
any otb cr Der angement of tee Ste mach ?tB&niL
Blghty endorsed hythe -Medica* FacaRyCsrttae
North; -It u net aa Aloc^lio Ctoapoa?*, batog
manufactured onlyfrota' the Joice-^>C-,tb?erras
Allspice. Price*!*?Moplfc;p ;? vj?M??aM-.
. JLC -AidE..Tr-,1-4io X,Q ,O l>?,
:'-istik^iu?Wii t1ienftr^I,t,'*v/ : "
._? :<? ;:.f.-t? VJ zzEmc:: ;?MI? ;.
WH OLES ALS, AND. B,E1? ?!fo$m^~.
Corner Market street,' CTiaxleston; fik^tii1 jrji^?ol^ .
Keep on hand a well aelrttoL Stock of GJwJos
Family Supplies. , n ,
Ooontry orders respectrulfyiBoli?^
for packing, and goods .delivered tree xrfohaMi
Steanurraf1* ?f ^ ^ Wm^P^m: ?
W. S. WxiOT-FtaxTwooi) ??wiiTj?^kfii^rT'
? oCti4-PAC8mos ,- ; : ti..;;-..-.. 3: ^? ?r>v
: '..H.il::.. .- ,1.:. VZif^^C-iJ ?':
? ? .3?Af ? ':
.- . . -* :('.-* il?'a ?lil-?l?
. ; . . . ;i ". :;>.?-VO
.. >--.;?i..'k..-. -..Jf.ld?
^jr ILS O N'S ^GBO C E BY. :
WILSON'S GEO DEBT ls new ocsrlng th? most
carefully selected stock of LIQUORS to be teatd
tathis'ctiy. " . 'Winena-i
They have Deni selected espeetany- for thaw
medicinal qualities, sad their parity enders?! by.
the most eminent pbysleUm of Ohsrlestsu .
Parties (Heiring a pare article caa always raty
on Llqoon sold from thu esubushment .?nd
recommended. . . ? ,}.
A full supply of low grades on Band... ,t>i
No. 30? King street. .
?tr Address Box Ho. 88S. . ? ^T^TT. >
A L I B f^^fS^I
HALIBUT; JINA r. : ; I
TONGUES AND SOUNDS. . ? r
TONGUES AND SOUNDS.
For sale-low at WILSON?'.G?X??tr>^
All Gooda PeilTered Promptry. rm&?
GANNET) PEACHES 1 CANN E D
180 doseu 2 ?nd Sib. 0ASH1D PEACHES.I
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY.,
- Na 808 King strset,
S^AUGood?deliveredftea ?.??v. ?W^gW
CANNED TOMATOES I OANNBlVff?
. M ATOES t ? . 3 ?1$,
TOO dosen ?4b i5?lrln^ TOMATOES; f
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY, ' ?
Na sos Ring tweet, r
gflr.ABOooaedeirTeredliree. >r 1 rr. ,
OT BU Pl STE??P4. .S#B0P*
' GOLDEN SYRUP, ?OOl^ti^^l^ ^
WILSONS' GROCBRY, i
BARGAINS S ?EAS> 5?jSffl?* ORX>
OERIES AND PRO VISIONS.
Warranted to suit the P?^,?S??JR?*et>
of the million. wir^NBjoRecaj,
Na sos King street.
?-All Goods deUvered frea> -. . j, ,
NEW CODFISH, PICKLED SALMON,
SPICED SALMON,, ju v
Extra No. 1 MACKEREL
Mu? Mackerel ... rWlv*?r* A
' ' New Herrings. . . ..
For sale low at WII??NS' G ROC?RY,
No. sos MJnr ?tree*.
jg-All Gooda delivered frea.^, .i-r-^H^i
VTEW SMOKED BEEF, FRESH SMOKED
SS TONGUES, NEW HAMS, (SMALL SIZE.)
pio.BHoyg^. ^ ,:; Si
Fulton Market BEEF 5 . W ?J
Faei?y Pig Pork 11
Smoked Pig Tongues ..
Pickled Pigs?Feet, nciirefh . * s??.. .
For salo low at W^N^^ng^S?t. '
a> An Goods de?vered rree, r ^
. ,1-.. . *. *r:m'*..'.:*-.:. "? ? ' - *t'c'1 :t*a .
.; ; . ';..- ? ' ii i?i?tSsj V" '*-'-r? .;*
. a. . '..Ill .'."??; ?OAIM '
f) ,:: I -i.>
J^OOD TOB THE MILLION.
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE,
AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONELESS ?
The Cheapest and best Food ia
whole, halves and quarter boxes.
PAUL B. L ALANE A CO., >
Na 175 East Bay, Charleston, s. c., sole Agra a.
Liberal discount to the trade. sey4ft-aa?Qf I
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION 1 . OF
- MEAT JUICE.
Just received, a Urge supplyot
bottle conuins four pounds of.the bast ?f^. ex?
clusive of fat; can be usedou^SS
water; also can be taken with oodhver CU..and
destroys the taste of the OU.. "
Toe only food for delicate obMren^.- . l
This ls much superior u> .''^"5?^
heretofo-eorreredto th? pobUc^aa win befounoV?
aponWaL For sale by ^m^??fg^