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TERMS OW IEE If KWH.
Tai DAILY NIWB, by mau one year, ?s;
months $4; three months HM. serwd^^J
euy at KIGHTMN OKNTB a weet, i-jmbJJ
.i?,, ?R * -?ar paid in advance at the offloe.
ftursdays and Saturday*, one year $4; alz
montha S3?: three montha $125
THJ/VOTLY NBWB, one year ?a. Six coplea
?ia Ten coplee, to one address, $16.
guxscanriONB In au cases payable in advance
and no paper continued after tbe expiration of tbe
time paid fer.
KrxiTTANosa should be made by Fostcfflce
Money Order or by Express. If this cannot be
' done, protection against losses by mall may be
secured by loirwardlng a draft on Charleston pay?
able to the order of the proprietors of Tra Nrws,
or by sending the money ta a registered letter.
B??? of Wants, To Bent, Lost and Found,
Boarding, ab., not exceed ta? 20 words, SS cents
sion insertion; over 20, and not exceeding 80
words, 40 cents each insertion; over 80, and not
exceeding 40 words, so cents each insertion.
These rates are Har, and must invariably bc
paid in advance.
Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO.,
No. io Broad street, Charleston, S. 0.
FRIDAY, N OYEMBER 15, 1872.
NEWS OW TOE DAT.
-Robert H. Lee, a San Francisco lawyer,
has been Imitated for tampering with a jury?
man-the crime known aa "embracery."
: -That great bore, tbe Hoosao Tunnel, ad
vanced three hundred and ninety-seven leet
-^?rlbik Oyster dealers are fllllog large
contracts for ?at shellfish to plant In French
and English waters.
-The payment of absurd election bets is
now the theme of frequent newspaper para?
graphs. The Norwalk (Ct ) mau who agreed
to swallow a dozen rotten eggs if Greeley was
sot elected, has not been beard from.
-On Saturday, also Lord Mayor's day, the
birthday of the Prince of Wales was celebrated
In Loudon. The day was ushered In with
ehlma* ol bells and dring of national Balotes.
Ali businesswas.suspended at the stock ex
change and other public places, and extensive
displays ot fireworks, illuminations and bon?
fires took place in the evening.
*:?^Baj^ln has been snubbed by the French
Academy, which has rejected his application
for admlas.on by a large majority. The rea
. cona for his rejection were BOlely scientific.
IL Virque said: -The author of the Origin of
Species and the Descent of Man bas too far
? sacrificad science to renown, reason and imag?
ination to deserve a place In the frdht rank ef
scientists. He has fallen too low-especially io
bia last work-has too much belittled himself
not to be made to expiate lt."
-The Manchester Guardian says that a very
Tunny: lUratratlon of the danger of exciting
American -uscepUbliiUes has occurred at Car
dur, "Colonel" Davies, tbe United States
consul at that port, ls also the owner of an
estate near the town, and on Thursday he ap?
peared in the County Court as defendant In an
acUan for assault The plaintiff was an old
larmer who bad been excluded by the Colonel
. from a path' which he claimed to have the
- right to aie.' Thc Colonel's defence was that
the old maa had UBed "dlerespecttul language
to the representative of forty millions ot peo
pie;" and he furthermore Informed the court
that n? had struck for freedom ''beneath that
broad and beautiful flag," the Stars and
Stripes, . The Judge of the County Court seems
to have been so much affected by the m ag ni
fioent figure which the defendant made that
he was unable to give Judgment at once.
-Bill Arp closes his salutatory upon taking
charge ol the Borne, Georgia, Commercial In
this way: "We are going to run a peacable
machine-very peacable. The great Intrusts
ol cur cou o try -com meroe and trade, pig iron
andpork,cottonaod corn, the lair and the
fair sex, aksldents, boglaries, t-lrcusses, and a
little Blander thro wed in occasionally as sea
- sonia. Gentel reader, dost thon love Blander
and skandal, and duels and snake-bites and
sich like !. Dost thon sometimes glory In ha
mau misery ? If yea, we will feed yon on
some sweet morsels. Art thou sick, or
diseased, or hipahotten, or bellowsed, or
colicky ? Look over our patent medicines
and pay your money and take yonr choice.
We intend to caper and cater for the publik.
The publik isa menagery, and the different
beasts must be fed on different food. Our Bili
of iare ls bet?re you. Ii yon like lt, board with
us and pay as yon go, and when you get tiered
-The London Lancet states Zurich Unlver
. - altj la peculiar In permitting and encouraging
the intendance of lady-students. The number
oXjUie male students In 1872 ls 164, of female,
ol. No Inconvenience ls experienced In their
joint attendance on thh various classes and
demonstrations, The authorities having boen | I
applied to in the year 1870 by the medical
faculty of Wurtzburg as to "whether any on
pleaaantnev nad arleen from women together | i
with male students attending certain lectures
aad demonstrations necessarily of an embar?
rassing nature to the delicacy of women," ,,
replied as follows: "With reference to this
question, the medical lacnlty ot the University'1
ot Zurich find that the presence of lady stu?
dents io the theoretical and practical course
ha? given rise to no disturbance whatever.
The lectures and demonstrations are given
without any regard to the ladlee present, and
tba.anatomical practice and clinical demon?
strations are gone through as thoroughly as
When In presence of a male andience only.
-Eugene Lagrave, the swindler and confi?
dence man who recently arrived in New York
from France, where he waa arrested by an
American detective as a fugitive from Jus?
tice, ls one of the most accomplished rogues
In tia peculiar llae on record. He ls charged
with' swindling leading dry goods firms of
New York to the amount of six hundred thou?
sand dollars. For one year he operated at
th? expense of these firms without exciting
their suspicion, and was thus enabled to amass
the vast amount mentioned, or. its valne in
goods. Lagrave has been twice married to re?
spectable young women in New York,and both
his wtvea obtained divorces from him. When,
a few months ago, Lagrave's business crimes
were discovered, he fled to Canada, and thence
to Europe, where he took up his residence at
Bagneres, in South France, where he was
finally arrested by the detective who was sent
In pursuit of bim. He WM accompanied in his
flight by a woman, the wife of a rich lawyer
of New York. This woman was originally an
adopted daughter of the .famous opera singer,
Mme. Lagrange, and was, before marriage, a
pianist in a travelling concert company.
When Lagrare was arrested this woman re
malced in France.' Lagrave ls not more than
thirty-three years old, and ls described , aa a
person of decent, although dissipated, ap?
pearance, who dresses In the height ol
fashion, with a brown velvet coat, and with
what might be called a jaunty air. He is
now lu jail in default ot forty thousand dol?
Carefully gathered statistics recently pub?
lished concerning the religious accommoda- j <]
Hons, afforded ia the fourteen large provincial 11
towns of England which have by the census
of 1371 more than one hundred thousand in-11
?habitante, indicate that the Nonconformists J i
are gradually but surely gaining in numbers,
and that the Established Church of England
can no longer be regarded aa the church of
the majority bf Englishmen. Of these four?
teen great towns there are six In which the
Established Church has Increased more rapid?
ly than other churches, and eight in which
the other churches have outstripped the Es- j
tabllshed Church. In Manchester, Salford,
Leeds, Birmingham, Hull and Brighton, the
increase o? sittings has been greater in the
Established Church than in other bodies, but
Brighton ls the only one in which
the Established Church provides more
than one half of the religious ac?
commodation. In the six towns above
named, although the Established Church
ls In a better relative position than lt was
twenty-one years ago, the number of Bit?
tlogs, in five hundred and four Nonconformist
places ot worship exceed those in the two
hundred and eight places of the Established
Church by seventy-seven thousand five hun?
dred and fourteen, while in the other eight
towns the State Church is clearly loBlng
ground ia comparison with the Nonconform?
ists. Taking the whole fourteen towns to?
gether, lt ls found that while twenty-one years
ago the Established Church provided 42 per
cent, and the Nonconformists 68 per cent, of |
the church accommodation, the former now
provides only 40.2 per cent, and the latter has
Increased Its proportion to 69.8 per cent.
These statistics are Interesting in view of the
agitation now going on in England for relig?
ious equallty, aa it may be accepted as a cer?
tainty that Englishmen will not remain con?
tented to. recognize as the State Church an
organization which does not represent the re?
ligious faith of a majority of the population.
IT WILL be seen by the official announce?
ment, printed in another column, that THE
CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS "is designated as
the newspaper for the publication of all
"legal notices, and official advertisements,
"for the County of Charleston, under the
"act of February 2 2d, 1870, entitled an act
" to regulate the publication of all legal and
Mr. Scrnluce made ns a visit yesterday.
Entering the sanctum in an aimless way, he
rotated himself in an indefinite manner,
somewhat like a dog about to lie down
upon a mat, and ot length landed uncer?
tainly in a seat. His eyelids were swaggy,
the corners of his mouth drooped sorrow
folly, aad his nose was pendulous and sad.
By way of prelude be blew a doleful blast
upon a dirty pocket-handkerchief, heaved a
sigh ont of the basement of his waiscoat,
and fombled nervously oar most valuable
Then lie began:
The times were ont of joint. Things were
generally unhitched, and the universe com?
pletely dislocated. There , was something
rotten in Denmark-nay, more, there was
much decay in Denmark, and even the
Baltic wits putrescent He bad always told
us that the country was going to Hades,
and now, he trusted, we knew it From his
youth np he bad Been the country descend?
ing sorely to the pit, and now that it was
actually tn the pit he did hope that he, Scrn?
luce, would be held guiltless. Had he not
lifted his voice on the housetops and preach?
ed in season and out of Benson ?
We meekly told him he had.
It was all very well for the newspapers to
pretend to be cheerful, to look on the bright
side, to encourage the people, and all that
It waa their business. Bat he, Scrnluce,
knew better. There was no bright side
never had been, and never would be. All
was black as night, as Erebos, as Styx,
aa-as-aa the dirt io the depths of Tartaros,
as the ink in THE NEWS inkstand. Tar,
North Carolina tar, was pure and effulgent
asa sunbeam compared to tho situation
There was no hope, not a my, not a spark,
not a scintilla-none whatever. The jig
tv aa np, the dog was dead, the play was
over, the concern was busted, the fire was .
ant, the kettle upset, the devil to pay and t
no pitch hot-didn't we think so t i
Wo had not, bat we woald, most cheer- 1
rally-to gratify Mr. Scrnluce.
Look 1 Grant elected, horse disease, lire (
in Boston, barning of tbe Bienville and <
Missouri, gamblers playing hob at the Co- i
lumbia I' air, and silver premiums for the
best and most significant things there?
to. K. C. Barkley's sharks' teeth and jaws
truly the end of the world was at hand,
ind Mr. Sendace lifted up his dirty pocket
landkerchlef and-wept? No-blew bis
pendulous nose again.
Mildly we suggested that the case might
De subjective and not objective, and hinted
bine pills, mustard root baths, and a ticket
lo the Charleston Dramatic dab. Bat he I [
gyrated abjectly out of the door, and was 11
seen no more.
??The New Southern Policy.'
Under this bead the New York Herald's
Washington correspondent telegraphs un?
der date of Friday last that "the President, i
"in his next message to Congress, will re- i
'view the operation and effect of the Ka- 1
.Klux legislation, and ask Jor a repeal of (
'such parts as are notably oppressive. ,
"There Beems no room to doubt that a gen- c
"er?os and conciliatory policy will be pur- f
"sued by the administration . toward the 1
"South during the next Presidential term, J
"and it is highly probable that a repreaen
" ta ti ve oftbat section will be placed in the
"new Cabinet." I c
The Baptists and Boston. ?
The WelBh Neck Baptist Association, [
which was in session at Darlington at the
;ime of the Boston conflagration, received
-be tidings or the great calamity with the v
warmest expressions of sorrow and sympa- t
?by. The following resolution was adopted : a
"Resolved unanimously, That we extend to
?ur brethren and their fellow-sufferers of the
City of Boston, under the ?pressure of the
recent terrible calamity, our prayerful and I?
heartfelt sympathy, and that this resolution b
be published lu THB CHARLESTON NEWS and
the Watchman and Reflector of Boston."
A handsome collection was immediately
taken up, and tho proceeds sent to the
S>hQ Gobbling Process.
Bussia in'Asia has always been aggressive.
Chat Empire extends now from the Baltic Sea
0 the Sea ol Okhotsk, and is gradually ab
1 or bin g territory after territory of those States
bat bar her progress to the Arabian Sea and
british India. In 1868 the Chief of Khokand,
IXXEJ 3V LI r?AVLJ?,. :1 v
laving been defeated by the BuasianB, ceded
i portion of his kingdom. In 1869 the Emir
sf Bokhara, after the battle of Bamarcand,
med for a treaty with the Empire. Though
nominally Independent, both Khokand and
Bokhara are now really parts of Busala. In
1870 the Russian Government began to make
Domplalnte agalnat the Khan of Khiva, These
have continued up to the present time, in spite
of all the efforts of the Khan to pleaee his
powerful neighbor. It ls the old story of the
muddy stream, the lamb and the wolf. The
Khan has entered into a treaty of commerce,
allowing free trade to Russian merchants,
through his dominions, and haa given his pro?
tection to their caravans. Bussla, however,
ls only walting a pretext to place the territory
ot the Khan at her disposal as are those ot
Bokhara and Khokand.
The Price ot Oas.
New York is complaining that "the price
"charged for gas In that city, as compared with
"the charges made in English cities and In some
"cities OB the Continent, seems extravagantly
"high." In London, gas costs eighty cents per
thousand feet; in New York, three dollars. In
Manchester the price ls sixty cents per thou?
sand feet, and in Liverpool even lees. It ts
true that coal until lately has been somewhat
cheaper In England than In this country, but
the difference has not been such as to acoount
for the divergence in price. The gasworks of
New York city are Immense, and until lately
have been monopolies. Their dally capacity
is 23,000,000 of feet, with about 650 miles of
mains. The companies Bupply the street lamps
at fifty-three dollars a lamp, and the city pays
for public llghtlsg nearly $1,000,000. So ex?
orbitant have been the bills rendered, that
Comptroller Green ls now disputing them and
insisting on their reduction. A new company,
the Mutual, has just been started there, and lt
is claimed by Its friends, will supply gas at
QUARLES-EWBANK?.-on the 7th Instant,
by Rev. S. P. Ge-zen, at the residence or the
bride's mother, Mr. WM. H. QCARLBS and Miss
MAKTHA AKN ?.WBANES, all of ? dgelleld County.
^7ar*ALiT MEIIBEBFOP^THE NX
TIONAL ZOUAVES, of Charleston, are requested
to call at Mr. MOLLENHAUER, corner of Coming
end Wentworth streets, for the purpose pf having
the Measure for their Uniforms taken. By order
of the Presldenr. E. O. vol a r, secretary.
^CONSIGNEES FEB MERCHANTS'
LINE Schooner L. s. DAVIS win send to Auger's
North wharf before sunset, or goods will be
stored. No claims allowed after goods are re?
moved. ROA0H A MOFFETT,
?ea-DR. T?TT'S HALB DYE IS S?PE?
SEDINQ all other Hair colorings. It ls exten?
sively used both in Europe and America.
ps- OFFICE OF THE SINGER MAN?
UFACTURING COMPANY, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
OCTOBER 38, 1872.-Or. and after thia date we
wm not recognise nor be responsible for any Re?
ceipts given on sewing Machine Agreements un?
less toe same be our regular printed Receipt,
numbered and signed
THE SINGER M'FG. COMPANY,
J. CLARK BEDELL, Agent.
October 28, 1872. - oct28 wi m
?mT> THE SUMMERVILLE CIRCUIT
CAMP MEETING of the M. E. Church will bs held
at Rose's Station, on the South Carolina Rail?
road, commencing on WEDNESDAY, the ]3th of
November. Arrangements have been made with
the Railroad Company to take persons to the
Camp Ground and return for one fare. The
Sommerville Train will make a trip from Ladaon'd
Turnout on Sunday morning, leaving Ladson at
7 o'clock A. M, and the Camp Ground at 6 o'clock
P. M. JOi. A. BAS PORTAS, Presiding Elder.
F. W. SASPoRTAS, Pastor in Charge.
?BVTHE MEMBERS OF THE GERMAN
HUSSARS TILTING CLUB are requested to call
in Messrs. MUNKE A MULLER and leave orders
Tor their Uniforms.
By order ortho President.
J. C. W. BISCHOFF,
?ar BELL SCHNAPPS, DISTILLED
jy the Propriety ra at Schiedam, in Holland. An
nvlgoratlng Tonio and Medicinal Beverage.
Warranted perfectly pure, and rree from al.
leleterlous substances. It ls distilled rrom Bar.
ey of the finest quality, and the aromatic Juniper
torry ol Italy, and designed expressly for cases
>f Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Dropsy, Gout, Rhen
natlsm, General Debility, Oartarrh of the Blad
ler, Pains In the Back and stomach, and all
lUeases of the Urinary Organs, lt gives relief
n Asthma, Gravel and Calculi lu the Bladder,
.tren g th ens and invigorates ta e system, and ls
i certain preventative and cure or that dreadful
courge, Fever and Ague.
CAUTION l-ASk for "HUDSON G. WOLFE'S
For sale by all respectable Grocers and Apothe
HUDSON G. WOLFE A CO., Sole Importers.
)ffl ce, No. 18 Sont h William Btreet, New York.
*W BURNHAM AROMATIC DENTI?
FRICE, for Cleaning, Beautifying and Preserving
he Teeth, and imparting a refreshing taste to the
aouth. Prepared by
EDW. S. BURNHAM,
Graduate of Pharmacy,
No. ?21 King street, Charleston, S. 0.
Recommended by the foUowlng Dentists: Br
. B. PATRICK, Dr. B. A. MUOKBNFUSS.
MW CLEAR AND HARMLESS AS WA
*ER-NATT ANS'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERT FOR
THE HAIR-A perfectly clear preparation In one
?tue, aa easily applied as water, for restoring TO
rray hair its natural color and youthful appear
moe, to eradicate and prevent dandruff, to pro
note the growth of the hair and stop its falling
tut. It ls entirely harmless, and per rec ny free
rom any poisonous substance, and will therefore
ake the place of all the dirty and unpleasant
(r?parations now in use. Numerous testimonia:!
Lave been sent us from many of our most promt
lent citizens, some ef which are subjoined. In
very min g in whioh the articles now in use are
ibjectlonable, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY ia perfect,
t ls warranted to contain neither Sugar of Lead,
lulphur or Nitrate of Sllvor, lt does not soU the
ilothes or Bcalp, ls agreeably perfumed, ana
nakeeoneof the best dressings for the Hair in
ise. It restores the color of the Hair "more per
sot and uniformly than any other preparation,?
.nd always does so in from three to ten days,
lrtually feeding the roots of the Hair with ali
he nourishing qualities necessary to Ita growth 1
nd healthy condition; lt restores the decayed
nd lndacea a new growth or the Hair mere poal
Ively than anything else. The application of
hts wonderful discovery also produces a pleasant
nd cooling effect on the scalp and gives the Hair
pleasing and elegant appearance. Price $l a :
Ottle. ARTHUR NATT ANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. C.
For sale by the Agent, DB. H. BAER,
Nc. 181 Meeting street, Charleston, S. 0.
jw BATCHELORS HAIR DYE,-THIS
uperb Hair Dye 1B the best in the world. Per- ,
Dctiy harmless, reliable and Instantaneous. No
^appointment. No ridiculous tints, or unpleas
nt odor. The genuine w. A. Batchelors Hair
lye produces Immediately a splendid black or
tatura! brown. Does not stain the Bkln, but
Baves the hair clean, soft and beautlfuL The
nly safe and perfect Dye. Sold by au druggists (
factory ie Bond street, New York,
TTE?TIONI GERMAN HUSSARS
TILTING CLUB.-An titra Meeting will be
hem at No. 63 Market street, THIS (Friday) EVE
NIKO, tbs 15th instant, at half past 7 o'clook. Ali
members are hereby requested to be puoctnal in
attendance, aa business of importance will be
brought before the meeting.
by order of the president. , noyl6
THE ANNiVERSABY MEETING OP
THEOHARLESTOS DRAMATIC CLUB Will
be held at ibo usual place THIS EVENING, at half .
past 7 o'clock. F. 0. MO JANTS,
Secretary and Treasurer 0. D. 0.
Outsiders having tickets of thia Club will please
hand tue same to aa secretary._novit
WANTED, A GOOK APPLY FROM
12 to 2, at No. 28 hfld Btreet. novl6 2?
WANTED, A LAD 16 OB 17 YEAHS OF
age, as tieri in Flist-oiaas Retail Grocery,
(Ring street.) Most bo quick at ngaree and
write weiL Address H. F., (?Ith references,)
Na ?rs office. _nov!4
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO
cook and Wash, or to Gook. Also, a Girl
to do Housework, apply at No. 12 Water street.
WANTAD, A WOMAN TO GOOK, AND
another to do House wort. Apply at this
omce after io o'clock._novl2
WANTED, LADIES TO SAVE MONEY.
HUSTLES 26 and 60o. Hoop skirts 6CC.
Chignons 40c. Poinpadores 26c. Freuch Cor?
sets 76c. AKCHbR'S BAZAAR. novil-mwf3
NURSE WANTED.-A WHITE WOMAN
competent as a child's norse, wliUng to go
into the country, and to make herself generally
useful, can hear of a desirable situation on ap*
Plication ac No. 36 Meeting street. No one need
apply who cannot produce good recommenda?
WANTED, A GOOD COOK, MALE
preferred. Apply northeast corner Rad?
cliffe ana Ka?edge street*._nova
WANTED EVERYBODY >T0 KN9W
that tue MINERAL SPEBM OIL AND
BURNERS, exhibited by DOUGLAS A MILLER
at tue state Fair, Columbia, S. C., has received
the Medal and endorsement of toe committee,
who recommend lt for general family cse over
any other oils for its absolute safety and bril
Haney. Dealers tnroaghout the State can be sup?
plied T>y DOUGLAS A MILLER, Sole Agents, Palat
and oil Depot, No. 93 Bast Bay. Charleston, s. c.
dil K(\ PER DA Y.-LABORERS
ijl.cJU Wanted, to Mme Carolina Phos
pu?tes. Aoie bodled hands can make from $126
to $l 60 per day. Comfortable Lodgings pro?
vided free or charge.
Appiy at the Wurks or the Ashley Land Phos?
phate company, near Slneath's Station, South
Carolina Railroad, orto
0. B? HOLMES,
Accommodation wharf, Charleston, s. C.
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER
SPIhlTS OF THE WORLD. THE TREAS?
URE HOUSE OF AMERICA. THE GREAT BOOK
OF THE YEAR, A genta report sales of 26 to 100
copies In a few hours or days. Prospectus free.
Address J. w. GOuDSPEED. New York, Chicago,
Cincinnati, Sr. Louis, New Orleans,
_ So fttru._
T~ o REYTTTHREE DESIBABLE ROOMS
singly or together, partly furnished if de?
aned, bunabie for a small family, at No. 46 Bean
EOOMS TO BENT, AT No. ll DOUGHTY
street. Inquire on the premises, novit
TO BENT, TWO ROOMS TO A RESPECT?
ABLE small family. Apply at Dothage
Court, leading from Alexander street, near Cal
TO RENT, TWO STOREHOUSES AND
Dwellings. In the Town of Florence, 8. C.,
Main street, opposite Freight Depot, formerly oc?
cupied by A. W. Loy na. Address F. M. R , Flo
rence, 8. 0._'_nov9-14* ?
TO RENT, THE LARGE HALL IN
third story of building southwest corner
Meeting and Market streets. Also Kitchen on
name premises with fonr rooms. THEO. STONEY,
TO BENT, THAT LARGE AND COM?
MODIOUS Building. Na 149 East Bay, re?
cently occupied aa the Publication Office of Tax
NBWB, and formerly known as the French Corlee
House. For terms, Aa, applv at the ulQce of
TUE NEWS, NO. 19 Broad street. sep28
AMILCH COW' FOB SALE. APPLY
to No. 8 Jasper's Court._novl4-3?
MULES AND HORSES AT R. OAK
MAN'S Stable, No. 86 Church street. Plan?
tation, Timber, Cart and Dray MULES for sale on
time._ D0V14 6?
AT PBIVATE SALE, DELIGHTFUL
Residence on Mount Pleasant. Hoass wu h
8 upright rooms, 2 in basement, large lot,
Kitchen, Stable and Carrlage-Houso; loo feet from
the beacn, with view of ocean, harbor and cltv: 6
minutes' walk (rom steamboat wharf. Apply to
Messrs. WM. M. LAWTON A ?sON, Boyce's Wharf.
WPRESTON DOWLING, FAOTOB
. and Commission Merchant, No. 9 Boyce's
Wuarf, cnarics-.on, 8. C., has a few of the Cele?
brated Wright A Warnock's Horse Power ready
FOB SALE, A TWO-STOBY HOUSE
and Store, southeast corner of Beid and
Hanover streets. Lot elghtyalx feet by sixty
eight feet. Apply at No. 9 Sooieiy street.
PLANTATION FOR SALE.-A VERY
floe PLANTATION, situated in CoUeton
County, S. C., on the Orangeburg Road, ab JU; 4
miles from 41 Station, 8. c. R. R., consisting or
about 1600 acres, more or lesa about 160 acres
or fine planting lind cleared and under fence,
the balance weil timbered and suitable ror tur?
pentine, besides being a central location; bound?
ed on all sides by the finest turpentine trees la
Also, a very nice Two Story DWELLING of the
very best heart yellow pine, with Bia les and
outhouses for at least 16 mules and 20 hsnds.
Parties wishing to go Into the torpee cine busi?
ness, will nnd lt to their Interest to consult
KINSMAN A HOWELL, Charleston, s. c., or
BOWYER A RAYSOR,
novo-tuf 8 George's station, S. c. R. it.
jp O B SALE,
That valuable Plantation on the Etowah River,
in Bartow County, opposite Eve's Station, Rome
Railroad, known as the
It consists er soo sores-loo acres or 'river bot?
tom, loo aerea or red upland, and leo acres in the
woods. The land is veiy fertile, and shipping fa
oill les excellent. Neighborhood first rate Im?
provements good. An apple, pear and peach
orchard. Tolerable dwelling, stables, and two
tenement houses. Also, a
SAW AND GRIST MILL,
having the best wa'er power in Georgia. This
property is known as the "Pledger Mills," and ls
located on Big Cedar Creek, In the midst of good
timber and iron ore, ix miles from Yann's Valley
Depot, Selma, Rome and Dal to .i Railroad, and
2>4 miles from Cave spnne. lt ls now ont of re?
pair, but can, with attention and skill, be made
the b"Bt paying propel ty in the South. Titles to
the Hbove properties are undoubted.
Plantation-$6000 cash; $1000 annually for three
years, with interest.
Mills- $2000 cash; $1000 an r, nally for two years.
REFERENCES.-Colonel Wade 8. Cothran, Rome;
colonel R. A. Alston, Atlanta; Judge J. H. Mc
Clung, Montezuma; Major D. F. Booton, Marshall
ville, and T. J. Davis, Cave Springs, Qa.
Great bargain. Apply quickly to
P. M. SHEIBLEY, Agent,
novll-DAWS : Rome, Georgia.
SOUTHERNERS VISITING THE NORTH
can obtain first-class Board at No. 9 Weat
r* eniy-ninth street, New York, fonr doors from
Qllsey House, and In the neighborhood of nine of
toe principal hotels. Terms $14 per week. Tran?
sient Boarders taken. oct28 Imo
?oparmeret)ise ano Steaainiioni
day formed a copartnership, under the
name and sty le or COUNTS A wno i ON, for the .
purpose or carrying on the Cotton Factorage and
ueueral Commission Business. Office South At- 1
lantlc Wharf, Exchange Row. '
T. J. COUNTS, I
W. H. WROTON. 1
Charleston, October 16,1872. octl9-imo 1
fJlHE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER & WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior MACHINES
JU Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promtly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANUF'G CO.,
aprs-lyr No. 209 King Btreet.
AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL
ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA,
Will commence at tttelr Fair Grounds, at Sawn,
nab, Georgia, MONDAY, December 2d, 1872, and
continue Biz Days.
The Central Railroad patsea by the Grounds.
No lee wm be obargitd for Catering or Exhibit.
For Premium Lists or information, address
J. H. ESTILL, Secretary,
oot28-lmo Savannah, Georgia.
Heights of Aiken, S. 0. General G. J.
RAINS, Professor and Lecturer. For terms apply
to Miss M. A. BUIE,
oct2S Prlnolpal of institute, Aiken, s. 0.
tUnijie ona jffUointUB.
Q[ J L TJ H N |
* PHARM i 0 E U I I 8 T,
IMPORTER OF FIXE UREMIC ALS, PERFUMEE!
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
NO. 4M KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now in Stock of my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Pattey'B Cold Cream,
English Dalby's Oarmlnatlve, British ou, Roche's
Embrocation and Ohlorodyne.
AG INT FOB
TILDEN Sc CO.'8 SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS,
Pharmaceutical ITeparattone, Sugar-coated
PUIS, AC ABBNT FOB
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AQKNT FOB BOUTS 0AB0HNA FOB
DB. JEROME RIDDLE'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AJ?D APPLIANCES,
Surgical In str i men ts and Goods of foreign man
afaotnre Imported to order.
My Dispensing Department ls complete, em?
bracing all New Rem* dies.
A foll assortment of Trasses and Bandages al?
ways on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with aconraoy day or night._lanlowfmlv
DR. FITLER'S VEGETABLE RHEU?
MA' nc SYRUP.
Warranted under o, it h never to have failed to
cure. 28,600 Certificates or testimonials of core,
including Rev. 0. H.; : wing, Media, Pennsylvania;
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Fills or Schuylkill, Phlladel
?hla; the wife cf Rev. J. B. Davis, Hbxhtstown,
ew Jersey; Rsv. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia: Hon. J V. Greeley, member Con*
gross from Phlladelptia; Hon. Judge Lee, Cam*
den, New Jersey; ex-:ienator Stewart, Baltimore;
ex-Governor Powell, ientucky, and thousands or
others. Warranted io cure or money refunded.
DB. GEO. GAUL I KR, Agent,
Julyl-lyr t Charleston, S.O.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS WATER, from the
Celebrated Green arter White sulphur Springs
Congi ess Water
For sale by DR. H. BaEB,
_Na 181 Meeting street.
This new and eleiant addition to the toilet
table ls coming dall j Into more general use. A
full supply-different styles-constantly on Land
At DR. H. BAER'S Drag Store,
Na 181 Meeting street.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
_No. 181 Meeting Btreet.
JUST REOBIVEDTAFRESH SUPPLY.
A fnil Une of all the most approved Medicines of
this School-In tinctures, powders and pellets; in
all dilutions ana potencies. Also Family Medi?
cine Oases, with Small's Practice.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
_ Na 181 Meeting street
SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
DR. PIERCE'S NASAL DOUCHE
OR. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
DeBlng'B Pile Remedy
DeBlng's Via Fugs
Dr. Hors lord's Add Phosphates
WM ber's Codi! ver OU and Lime.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
_, No. 181 Meeting street.
BEEF, WINE AND IRON
BEEF, WINE, IRON AND CINCHONA
These elegant and sxeellent stimulating Tonics
are now getting lots general use, especially In
cases or delicate remides and childi en. They may
be had or DR. H. BASK,
No. 131 Meeting street.
A full stock of Elixirs, and aU the other new
Pharmaceutical Preparations always kept on
A Full. Assortment ot the Best
Fie m Brashes
For sale by DR. H. BaEB,
_._Na 181 Meeting street.
MARBLE DC 3T,
Bl ca rbo n at ) of Soda
Fia raring Extracts
Cream of Tartar . .
Alcohol, os per cent
Ac, Ac., Ac.
At lowest market i ates. By
_DR. H. BA BR No. 181 Meeting street.
The real, genuine, Imported article, in
different styles, com] irising
Joseph Antoni Parin t
Jean Marla Farina
"4m" (Francois Marie Farina.
Also, a very Bnperior Cologne, or my own man?
ufacture, put up m all styles.
Give it a trial. DR. H. BAER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
Na 131 Meeting street.
g Y B I N G E S .
My assortment of SYRINGES is unusually large.
I am Agent for the sale or the FOUNTAIN
SYRINGE, unquestionably the best or all Syringes,
especially fer eelr nae. It ls simple, efficient, easy
to manage, and cann ot get out or order. One will
last a lifetime. Our bist physldans recommend lt.
I also have a full stock or Mattson's, Davidson's
and other Bulb Syringes; also Glass and Hard
Rubber Syringes, ai id the HYPODERMIC SYR?
INGE. H. BABB,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
Na 181 Meeting Btreet.
EXTRACTS FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF,
Comprising a varlet; ' of Labia's Choicest OJors.
Piesse A Lubln.
And cn iris' Extracta, in great variety.
Soci?t? Hygi?nique dil,
Hu.le Ph lloco me,
Aa, Ac, AC.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
_No. Ul Meeting street.
piTY THE TENDER BABE !
Give lt not the deadly compound known as
Soothing Syrup. A certain popular article o? this
? ame has launched housandn of helpie-s Inno?
cents into an early grave. Tola has been proven
repeatedly, and beyond the shadow or a doubt,
for which reason lils condemned by the majority
Seeing thenecesslt r ror an article or this sort,
?ntirely free from (plat s, and other Injurious
lrugs, Dr. Baer has put np the
GERMAN SODTHING CORDIAL,
'or the use or InTanUi Teething, and ror children
inflering from dlanhcea dysentery, Ac. This
nay be given with perfect confldeoce, and ls ap?
proved by every phyilclan who bas examined the
ormula. Price 26 c ents per bottle; five bottles
Usnal Discount to the Trade.
Manufactured and for sale by
DR. H. BAER,
Na 181 dee ting street, Charleston.
A. 0 A E D*
la consequence bi the statement bj some North?
ern Journals that the ORIENT MUTUAL INSUR?
ANCE COMPANY, or New York, bad sustained
losses at the Boston fire, we are Instructed bj
that Company to say that snch statement j are
This Company ls purely Marine.
HUGER A RAVENEL, Agents,
novH-3 No. 8 Broad street.
QHARLESTON, S C., NOV. 12, 1872.
The following Telegram was received this after?
ATLANTA, GA., November 12, 1872.
Hutton Lee, Agent nome Insurance company of
vice-President telegraphs Boston Agents, re?
port only Eight Hundred Thousand In Burnt
District. Go for business without crowding.
UOV18 General Agent.
2JTJGER ?, H AVENEL, AGENTS,
NO. 8 BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
THE NATIONAL FIBE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF BALTIMORE, MD,
LOSS St Boston....Nothing.
THE LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF
Loss at Boston trill not exceed $100,000.
The Assets of this old and : enable English Com?
pany exceed $ 12,000,ceo in gold.
All Losses promptly settled ss soon asad*
The public may feel perfectly safe in entrusting
any business to pur care. novia-e
.ppARTFOBD INSURANCE COMPANY.
HARTFORD, CONN., November ll, 1672.
A. E. Hayden, Agent:
'?OLD HARTFORD" still sound. Secretary
Browne, who ls in Boston, telegraphs our loss
will be less than $850,000.
Assets November 1,1872, $2,300,000.
Give us ail the good business yon can.
nov!2 GEORGE & CHASE, President.
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
LNB CHANCE COMPANY,
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHONIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74,
Tho undersigned, having increased t : ? cir INSUR?
ANCE faculties by the Agency of that strong and
reliable American Company, the PHOENIX of
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchants
and property owners Policies tn the above named
Companies at as low rates as any other first-class
Companies. E. SK BRING A CO.,
. insurance Agents
Bep6-8mos No. 14 Broad street,
. .; DnblUotiotu.
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No. 280 KING STREET.
NEW CATALOGUE No. 29. ? .
TWO VALUABLE AND INTERESTING BOOKS TO
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NO. L-"THK UHtVEBSl,"
Or the Infinitely Great and the Infinitely Little.
By F. A. Pou che t, M. D., corresponding member
of the Institute of France; Director of the Museum
of Natural History at Rouen; Professor In the
School of Medicine and the upper School of
Science, Ac, Ac.
New and Improved edition, embodying the au?
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Arnold Guyot, Ph. D., LL. D., Professor or Geol?
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Princeton, N. 3. The work embraces "The Uni?
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treating of animals, plants, the earth and heaven,
overflowing with invaluable information, while lt
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elegant manner on beautif ally tinted paper, and
illustrated with three hundred and fifty superb
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of over Eight Hundred Pages, and bound as fol?
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FOGABTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
No. 280 KING STREET (in the Bend,)
mchi?-tathfl Charleston. 8.O
Pl)0tograpl)9, Portraits, Xt.
No. 263 KING [STREET,
Invites attention to his various de?
scriptions of Portraiture:
Plain Photographs of all sises
India Ink and Painted Photographs,
Crayons and Porcelains.
A F?LL ASSORTMENT OF
FRAMES, PASSE PARTOCTS, AO
Always on hand, and at
NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAVING
Demands against the Estate of the late JUL?
IUS EDWARD LOTH, late or charleston, Plano
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.
nov6-wi8 J. KRUSE, Executor. _
"VTOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAVING
Xl claims against the Estate of the late EVEST
ts. BEDFORD win present them properly attested,
and ali Indebted will make payment to ASHER
D. COHEN, Attorney-at-Law, No. 94 Brosd iitreet.
novl-fs AUGUaTA BEDFORD, Executrix.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.-ALL PER?
SONS having demands against the Estate
of the late W. S. WHALEY, Sr., accessed, will
present the same, properly attested, and those la
oeored will make payment to THOMAS WHA?
LEY. Executor. aovi-I3
"VTOTICE.-AT THE NEXT SESSION
JLl of the General Assembly an appUc*tton
wdi be made to incorporate "THE CHARLESTON
COASTWISE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.?
OTICE.-THREE MONT BS AFTER
date application will be made to the South
Carolina Railroad Company for the renewal of
Certificate for Six Shares Sooth Carolina Rail?
road aad Bank , stock standing In the name of W.
C. SONDLEY. the original being lost or mislaid,
?rocmw, $ypote, Sf t.
gHOTJLDBB8 r SHODLDEBSI
48hhds. Piimesmoir??d SHOULDERS.
.??raala')y HERMANN BULWTNKLK,
T\EMERABA SUGAR AND MUSCOVADO
JLfj .MOLASSES. .,
180 bods. Good, Prime '?nd- Obolo? G rocen
SUGARS. r . , . .... , ?
Now landing ex schooner .*. P. Farland'. from
70 hilda. sw<*t Muscovado MOLASSES, TU; .
For aale by w.>. PAY.r. *'
noTii-6 _Brown-A Po.'a Wharf. -
Q AT B I OTT8l irOtl^l
10,000 bartels Heavy Western Feed mg D ATS, in
Store and io arrive. >.. i-* J:; .?ri .-ni,
Forealeby HERMANN SULWINRLB,
Dov8-imo _Kerr's wharf.
J>AUL B. LALANE A CO,K. ,
NO. 176 BAST BAT, *
OFF SR TO TU Taara AT Lo waar MASUT -JRAtjK
10 ti?ids. C. R. Bacon SIDES - -
17 bhds. Choice Bacon shoulders - ,
60 boxes D. 8. Choice Sides. ? . , .
loo boxes Canned Tomatoes. 2 abd 3 lt*:
100 boxes Oanneu Peaches, 2 lbs. - . su
lao boxes Canned Oysters, 1 and 2 lbs. - -,
60 noxes Brandy Peaches' - -
loo boxes American Club-Fish - .:
76 b axes, assorted Jellies. . .j iMi?asi-;'
160 boxes Bl Car. soda, x, H and whole 'sabk
76 kegs Bi Car. Soda -
60 kegs Bal Soda . . , . _ ?->&7rr:'-i
170 doz. assorted Brooms - . ' * ~
iso dei. Plated Buckets
76 nests Painted Tuba ,.
160 bbls.s. H. and ChoiceSyrop " f
76 bbls. W. w. and Older Vinegar ' I: / < v
HO ba?s Rio and Java Coffee .
so boxes Tobacco, various T>raadJ * .
676 boxes Scaled and No. 1 Herring. vf -A*'.''.
In addition te the above, .wa Jaetta arsllsalnct
ed assortment of Choice WHlfllUa^ BMrtjsa,
Gins, Wines, Ac.
Prompt attention win be given ;to> ?jM?pjggr
orders entrusted to ns. , .h*B9*.>'
TUT A R T 1 M.: .te JMbQ?9hJ>?
WHOLESALE AND B E T ? IL GROCERS,
NOS. HST and 129 MEETING STREBT,
Corner Market street, Charles ten, South Carolina,
Keep on hand a wen selected, stock-erChoice
Family supplies. . .... a?
Country orders respect rally solicited. No charge
for packing, and goods delivered froe of charge
to any patt or the city. Railroad Depots and
Steamers. :;n:/.:<.d '?aft ii-ae?sit???.
W. H. W ELOH-FLXXTWOOD Lunauu-L. HASOH, i
OCttA-DACtmOS .-, ..j-, -w..., .;..". Kttim-Lyrt .
THE GREATEST DISCO VERT OF TBS''AGjj,
AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONELBS8.'.' ".
.....j YOUNO SHAD. . .... ....-''7"
The Cheapest and be? Food in existence, ia
whole, halv is and quarter boxes.
PAUL B. LALASS A C0??. ...
Na 176 East Bay, Charleston, S. C., Sol* Agett*..
Liberal dbi count to the trade. ' eep?-?mcs
.- i.? .\^i??::i?
. ? . : . s:t? t?gfU-'
? ?': --A; t .?"ii -ytrrf?
' . . J -'.--.' .i'
-^TT ILS o N'S ?RO OBRX; : ; ."
WILSON'S GROCERY la nov offering:tbs most
carerully elected stock or LIQUORS to be found
lntblaclty. . ^. fllaiufj
They nave been selected especially
medicinal qualities, and their purity end.
the most e:nlnent physician, or charleston, hi
Partiel d stiring a pare- article om always Nif
on Liq non sold from this: estabiisnment and
A foll supply of towfradei on hand. ; * ,x j
WILSONS' GROCERY, . .,
No. 30s King street. ' '
aw Address Box Na aaa. . . j lt.. .
JJT A L I B ir. T;^TI;1^.
TONGUES AND SOUNDS. ?? .
.TONGUES AND SOUNDS.
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY,' ? ? /
No, 807 King Street.
AU Goods Dativeted-Promptty. aejw !
CANNED PEACHES! OklC&'tiV
PEACHES ! ''
180dosen Sand 8 lb. OANNPD PEACHES.* ?r x "- '
For sal i low at WILSCNSc GROCERY,- - ; .
No. 80S King street.
ay AU OKds delivered ft ec. .. ........ " , :
CANNED TOMATOES! CANNED TO?
MATOES I '-' J'^i;'
?- ? .. '? - KU*
no donen 2-lb Canned TOMATOES.
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY, .. ; ;
No. 80? King ?treat, i
tar All Goods delivered free, -,..-.r
TBUPI SYRUP:!. SYBtf^f
GOLDEN SYRUP, ?8 ceTdaa laDWfc^^Yr.
WILSONS' O ROC ERY,
Na 80? King street.
All Goods delivered free. -:.:I..:M? t^.?
BARGAINS IN TEAS, COFFW3, ?rR?.
OERIES AND PROVISIONS, i.^gffi r
Warranted to snit thepsla^^aadjB^^B^
Of the million. ^f^Sk
WAR Gooda delivered free. vT:ai.'.;,y
XTEW CODFISH, PICKLED
jji SPICED SALMON.
Extra No. 1 MACKEREL -
New Herringa. ,v,w.
For tale low at .f^^^t^Sfc
<5rAll Goodsdenvered free. ? -u + .
XTEW SMOKED BEEF, FBE8H SMOKED
IS TONGUES, NEW HAMS. (SMALL SIZE.)
Fulton Market BEEF
Family Pig Pork . ,,
smoked Pig Tongues
Pickled Pigs'Feet. _
For sale low at WII^NS'GROCER^
.Ne. 80? King street.
ay All Goods delivered tree. ?_.
VALENTINE'S PREPABATI?Ni ".tf?
MEAT JUICE. ?f ri
just received, a largeiubbly/^jggS&S
bottle conuins four pounds cr the best
elusive or fat; can be used wi^?oW or warar
water; also oui be taken wita. Oodnver on, ssa
destroys the taste of the OIL . .. 7/.
The only food for deRcatt. ohUdrenv ..
This ls much superior to the?WM!? ffSS?
he?^ offered to th? pabUc, M wIRbefound
nponWaL For sale by g J^fc^, .
^?r M . J . G ?un.
A'T T O B N E Y - A T - L A W , ,
CHARLESTON, S. O;
nove-imo . ... I
A. J. SULLIVAN,
* BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, .
.Np. 113 METTINO STBEBT, ..
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO
Desires to inform his friends and the pabilo' '
that he la prepared to carry on the GENERAL^
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs of sR kinda at?
tended to, Designs and estimates furnished upon
application. aspe i
Jj^OSES GOLDSMITH 4 SON, \
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE.
Highest cash Price paid for WOOL, wax
Hide?, Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and au kinda of
AJ?a '. j. OM JW VU* F
Dealers in COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
Pig Iron. fflaySD-mwilyr