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el ty at Ei QETMH CANTS a week, payable to the car
riera, or ta a year, paid in advance at the offloe.
?fm Tai-WmiT Nsws, nublianed on Tuesdays,
TbtirsJ?j?;*?d Satardaya, one.W $4; .aix
months' $2 w; three months J1^5 1 * *' '
: WK?KXT NI wa, one year sa. sn coplea
i cop lea, fa one ad d ress, SM*
r^araows in ail cases payable in advance
and nb paper continued arter the expiration of the j
^TlbiSbi^ by Poet?me*
Money Order or by Express, IX this cannot be
done, protection agalnat loases by man may be
secured by forwarding ? draft on Charleston pay
; able y> the order of the proprietors of THB NlWB,
pr by .ending the money In a registered le (ter.
' ol Wanta, To Rent, Lost and Found,
Bostflig.Aa, not exceeding 20. words, 35 cents
. ?aeh uaer?os; over So, and not exceeding sc
words, 40 cent? each insertion; over 30, and not
exceeding 40 words, SO cents each insertion.
These; rates are KR, and must invariably br
paid in advance
Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO.,
No. 1? Broad street, Charleston, S.O.
Wit ?basion ptog.
SATTJEDAT, NOVEMBER 16, 1872.
ed, ?a* t? keep boarders for a living.
-The Chicagoans ad mi t that the Boston fire I
was a good deal of a fire, but when you come to
compare lt with theirs-why, really, you know!
-Ancient manuscripts were written without
accents, stops or separation between the
words; POTwaalt until siter the ninth century
that copyists began to leave spaces between j
-The retoalni'Hg husbands of California bad
better boon the look-out. Mrs. Fair got back
n-oa?; the court-room the Qther day the nice
little p?etol with which BhekiUed Judge Crlt
-Fire-proof roofe, fire-prooi' Joists to support
flo/ffltriron Ardiera, thicker partitions, honest
r?.'., brtck for wails -In/place ol atone or Iron; these
are'^rt lessons- urged upon the business men j
of Sew York "by the press there.
'-Wilton, the prima donna, ls one of the
leeton ??fervrs.' She put away fifty thousand j
dollar?'of her profits In America, In a business J
building In Boston, which was destroyed by]
tbe late fire.
-Bev. Henry Ward Beecher ls said to have j
spoken of the Claflln slander after this fash?
ion : " If. you are walking down the street nod j
a cbambemale! empties a slop-pail on your |
head, what can you do about lt but wash your?
self and move on."
^^^"'milllon ponnds of wool waa de?
stroyed' by the Boston' fire." Considering the
product of wool in the United States, It Is not
probable that the loss will materially affect the
market of woollen fabrics. In 1670 the clip- j
ping In the United, States amounted to one
hundred millions one hundred and two thou?
aand; and - three hundred and eighty-seven
-li? 'Washington Star , says: "The1 first
Offer of sympathy"andr aid to Boston In' her
greet calamity came from the South; let that j
fact lia remei n hered aa evidence that, however j
much tho different sections of bur common
country may dlfler poll Heal ly, the mystic cord ,
of* brotherhocd still exist?! and only requires j
abrna peculiar emergency to exhibit itself In
generous words and deeds. Balelgb, North 1
Carolina, waa the first City In the Union to ap- j
predate the necessities, of suffering Boston."
;-Tn?trial of young Fowell, which has been
la progress for over a week at Brents vi lie,
yirgiula, for the murder of James F. Clark,
;rr cliargfld.with abducting and ruining his^sister,
?nd whom he shot dead while helpless and de-1
fenceless within the ba.ra.oi a prison, resulted
bo Wednesday In the rendition of a verdict of j
--nor gull ty, the Jury being out only a short [
while. Their retirement for deliberation thus [
appears only to have been as a matter of form.
Of. ooaree .the ground of acquittal must He j
somewhere amongst the propositions so inge
niooAly woven by oounael for the nee of Che J
court In lo arrow In*" the jury as to the ifs J
and buts which might be availed of to Indi?
cate insanity-until alter the shooting was
done, and no longer.
' -The system of M. Gannal of embalming
bodies by Injection whloh was effected by open?
ing, the IngoJ ar vela .or the carotid artery, ls.
probably to be jsnperseded by M. Audlglar's
plan, lo whloh the preserving fluid ls intro?
duced tnrough tho mouth and larynx. About
six ounces of the fluid ls sufficient fox.the pur?
pose, and the body should be covered wi tb
?ono vegetable powder soaked in the same J
Kcrutd.- Tte body ls by these means completely
ptafittied, and ls entirely u mummified it
.?quire? ?du ra WI tty equal-to that of wood or
?tbniftj und the facial color remains aa lt was at
th? moment of decease. The most eminent j
phVBldanB, surgeons and anatomista In France
have testified to the efficacy ot thia system,
which.ha*, l;i-addition to the advantages al?
ready. menU jned, that of perfect innocuous
i and complete disinfection. The liquid
aere referreil to ls presumed to be. carbolic
?cid, some time ago employed far the same
purpose in th IBOO on try jy Professor Seeley.
-A remarkable little State, In which the
sChief power is vested lo woman, Is described
la the cunen t number of the Galaxy. . It ls the
kingdom ot Bantam, In the Island of Java,
which, although tributary to Holland, ls an in?
dependent Slate and since time immemorial
governed and defended by women. The sov?
ereign Is Indeed a man, but all the rest pf the
go vern men t belongs to the fair sex. The King
la entirely dependent upon his State council,
composed ol three women. The highest au
thorlUee, all State officers, court functionaries,
military commanders and solders, ?re, with
.bot exception, of the. female, sex. The men
?re agriculturists and" merchants. The body
guard of the King ls formed of the lom aie elite.
'Hebb Amazon? ride in the masculine style,
wearing sharp steel points. Instead of spore.
They carry a pointed lance, which they swing
very gracefully, and also a musket, which is
discharged at lull gallop. The throne Is In?
heritable by the eldest aqn, and, In case the
Sing dies without leane, a bundred elected
Amazons assemble, in order to choose a suc?
cessor- from among their own sons. The
ohosenonels then proclaimed lawlul King.
? The capital city of thia little State lies In one
ot the most picturesque parts of tbe Uland, lu
a fruitful plain, and Is defended by two well
-Tho moat remarkable evidence of tbe me
~~Cfi apical"science and skill ol the Chinese so
far back as sixteen hundred years ago ls to be
found in their suspended bridges, tbe inven?
tion of which ls assigned te the Han dynasty.
According to tbe concurrent testimony of all
their hMpHe?i and geographical writers,
Sangieaog, tba commander bf tbe army under
Baon-taoo, the first of the Hans, undertook
and completed tbe formation of the roads
through the mountainous province of Sbense,
to the west of the capital. Hitherto its lofty
nTila and dt-ep valleys had rendered the com
municafJon difficult and circuitous. Witn a
body of bile hundred thousand laborers,- he
cot/;paasagr* over the mon mains, throwing
the removed soil into valleys, and, where
thia wat not sufficient to raise the road to the
required neigh t, be cona tr ac ted bridgea wbioo/j
restedjjjn pBlaii? ior abutments. In another'
[place he conceived and accomplished the
the dartag project of auspen di ng a bridge fro m
one mountain to another across a deep chasm.
These bridges, whloh were called by the Cbl
nese writers, very appropriately, flying bridges,
hod represented to be numer?os at the pre?
sent day, are sometimes so . high that .they
cannot be traversed without alarm. One still
existing in Shense stretches four hundred feet
from mountain to mountain, overachaam of I
five hundred feet. Most ot these flying bridges |
are so wide that four horsemen can ride on
them abreast, and, balustrades are placed on
each side io "protect travellers. Ic ls by no j
means Improbable, as the missionaries to
bhluamade lc no wa the fact more than a cen?
tury ago that the Chinese had suspended
bridges, that the ideas may bare been taken
thence for similar oona traction by European
IT wm, be seen by the official announce?
ment, printed in another column, that THE
CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS "ls designated as
"the newspaper for the publication ol all
"legal notices, and official advertisements,,
"for the County.of Charleston, under the
" act of February 22d, 1870, entitled an net
" to regulate the publication of all legal and
"public no?cea." , .
Tbe Oreen ville ?ad Colombia Railroad
By reference to our court record lo another J
! column it will be seen that Judge Bryan bas
! dismissed the petition of certain residents of j
New York for a decree of involuntary bank?
ruptcy against the Greenville "od Colum?
bia Ballroad Company. The elaborate ar?
guments in this case wera printed In THE
NEWS at the time o? their delivery.' Ic was
not proper to discuss the merits of the ease
while these were before the court, bot we
may be permitted, to Bay that the decree of
Judge Bryan gives sincere pleasure to every
citizen who loves justice, and has at heart
the intereste of' the State.
'Tbe New Tax bevy.
The State- and county tax levy for the J
1 fiscal year commencing November I, 1871,
ls at tbe rate of seventeen mille on tbe dol?
lar; viz: lot the general expenses of the J
government six mills, for schools two mills,
for interest on the public debt six mills, and j
for county purposes three mills. The rate j
of the assessment for general expenses and
for school and connty purposes was fixed by
Joint Resolution, approved March 13, 1872.
No rate of assessment for the purpose of |
meeting the interest on the public debt was
specified ; bat the validating act of March
13, 1872, enacts that "an annual tax, In ad?
dition to all other taxes, shall be levied
?upon the property of the State, sufficient
"to pay the interest on the bonds" designa- j
ted in the act. These bonds amounted to
between eighteen and twenty .million dollars, !
involving an annual charge, for interest, or j
$1,200,000. Six or seven millions of the |
twenty millions are believed to have been
Issued fraudulently, and the taxpayers only
recognize, as blading on them, a total debt
of ten millions. There were fears, however,
that the State Government would levy a tax
sufficient to meet the carrent and over-dne
interest on both the valid and invalid bonds.
The incoming administration were pledged
to suspend the payment of interest upon all
boods to which a shadow of suspicion at?
taches, but the out-going administration,
by whom the tax of seventeen mills
levied, were not so bound. Nor does
Comptroller Neagle take any notice of the
Blue Ridge scrip. Tbe issue of that scrip
was a swindle of the first water; a bold at?
tempt to rob the public to the tune of
$1,800,000. With the rights of innocent
holders of the scrip THE NEWS has nothing |
to do. The courts will determine these.
It is sufficient for the people to know that
the four million dollars of Blue Ridge Bail
road bonds, endorsed by the State, but, of I
questionable validity, are cancelled by tbe |
issue or $1,800,000 of scrip, and by the sur?
render of the State lien upon a road which
has already cost Sooth Carolina three or J
four million dollars. The*act of Assembly,
devised for carrying out this plot, provides
for the levy of an annual tax of three mills
for the canoelmect of the scrip. The ques?
tion of the validity of the scrip is before the
courts, and Comptroller Neagle bas not
levied the three-mill tax.
As nearly as can be estimated, the aggre?
gate value of the real and personal property
In Sooth Carolina is $160,000,000. A tax of )
seventeen nilla on the dollar, on this sum,
if the delinquencies are not serious, will
6 mills lor general purposes.$ 900,000 ?
2 mills for school purposes. 800,000
6 mills for Interest on debt. 900,000 I
ll mills smte tax.$2,100,000
3 mills county tax. 450,000
17 mills State and county tax.$2,550,000 j
There is a great advantage in levying the j
tax in this way instead of levying a Bingle ?
tax for the whole amount desired to be pro?
cured. Io former years the schools and the ?
asylums have suffered, because other claim?
ants had emptied the treasury. Under the
new system, each class of appropriation will
be paid ont of its own tax levy. The gross
sum ($2,550,000) ls startling enough, but,
remembering tbat the levy for interest might
have buen nearly doubled, and that the Blue
Ridge scrip levy could have been made, the
public will be thankful that it is no worse.
The levy for school purposes will excite
no dissatisfaction, inasmuch as there
is a general willingneas to do anything j
in reason for the education of the poor.
What the people insist on is, that the money
be honestly and judiciously laid out, so that
the schools, and not an army of idle and
incompetent officials, shall get tbe benefit
of lt. There is not, either, any objection to j
the levy for interest, ir lt be baaed, as we as?
sume that it IB, upon a recognition of only j
the unquestionably valid debt which, as re-1
ported to the Taxpayers' Convention and as
recognized by that body, ls about ten mil?
lion dollars. The levy for general pur?
poses is enormously large. Comptroller
Neagle's estimate of the expenses of the
year, exclusive of interest, schools and the
Le J: i s Ia ta re, was $250,000; the levy calls
for $900,000, besides the levies for schools
and Interest. The people Insist that the
legislative expenses be reduced. At the
coming session the salary system begins,
and the members will be paid $600 a year
instead of *6 a day. There will not be any
in.ru; ? # ? ? QBMI manyi >r*
motive to'linger la Columbia whenJhe work !
oftheeeasionisdonaThe session will be
a"snort one, unless the.bribers and lobbyists
again get"' to" work.c,A large 'BmodntTof J
money is due ou old pay certificates. These
should be carefully examined. The right
policy is to discbarge such claims as are
both valid and just, claims for which the
State has received full value; the rest, right
or wrong, should go by the board.
The number of attach?s must be cut
down; the maximum dumber should be j
fixed by law, or every member will, as be-1
fore, demand that his wife's first cousin's,
uncle, and half of the nearer connections of j
the family, be appointed committee clerke.
The levy of seventeen mills is a severe
dose to swallow. It is a happy thing that
the State, as a whole, bas prospered, and
that the people will be able, with some
pinching, to meet the demands apon them.
So far, there is no tax for the interest on the
fraudulent debt nor for the cancelment of j
the Blue Ridge scrip. This is some com?
fort The tax, we suppose, will be promptly
paid, bat the people have a rignt to demand
that this be the last of seven teen-mills taxa?
tion. A tax of ten or twelve mills ought to
be amply sufficient for schools, interest, and
the general expenses of the Government of
Moral? and Money Bag*-The Senalo
torlal Election to be the Test.
[From the Sumter Watchman.]
If, as our correspondent writes, 'Mt has
"been said in Columbia that the election
"would be carried by money," let the party or j
parties whose unblushing depravity and |
shame could admit of such a declaration be
held steadily to the eye, and let the Attorney
General of the State do his duty fearlessly lo
enforcing the law against the offenders. This \
willie expected of Judge Kelton, more than
ever, In bis new official capacity. And to ibis
he stands solemnly pledged. And let the
members of the Legislature remember the
responsibility which rests upon them in this
matter. They will be held to accountability,
and will be donbly dead, politically, If the Leg?
islative halls of the State are disgraced by
them as they have been by their predecessors.
The Russian War Department bas a curi?
ously wide rango of powers, as la usually the |
case with this department in all autocratic
and despotic countries. The Buss lan War De?
partment controls the School of Medicine and
Surgery at St Petersburg, and holds in Its
hand the ability to supervise lt and make lt
oonform to Us wishes. The Emperor of Bus- j
ala has now Issued a ukase commanding the
establishment of a school In whlob to train
midwives, and this, too, has been placed
under the direct control oi this omnivorous
War Department. Nothing could be more
grotesquely dissimilar than the ebie! business
oi this section of the government-that ol
sending men out of the world-and ils new
duty, that of seeing that they are properly !
brought into lt All puns about infantry in
arms being a proper subject for a War De?
partment lt ls understood, are strictly for?
bidden, under penalty ol the knout.
THE EUSTACE DIAMONDS. A Novel. By An.
tbony Trollope, author of '-Orlev Farm."
&0. New York: Harper St Brothers.
Charleston: Fog ar tl e's Depository.*
Thia IB a "society novel" whloh 1B sure to be
popular. Hr. Trollope lu the construction of
bis stories disdains the use of startling inci?
dent and puzzling plot He aims rather to'
portray characters and events as we behold
themsin real life than to lure the reader on
amid the Intricacies of a conflict between Ideal
heroes without a blemish and villains without
a redeeming trait In "The Eustace Dla-1
monda" the author deals with human nature
as it Is. But lt eeems to have been not with,
out misgivings that he discarded from bia cast
the usual characters of all but divine men and
women whom the reading world has taught
itself to like best. We give hla own words on
"With whom are we to sympathize ? says
the reader, who not unnaturally imagines that
a hero should be heroic. Oh, thou, my reader,
whose sympathies are In truth the great and
only aim of my work, when you bave called
the dearest of your friends round you to your
hospitable table, how man y heroes are there
sluing at the board ? Your bosom friend,
even If he be a knight without fear, 1B he a
knight without reproach? The Ivanhoe that
vou know, did be not press Rebecca'? hand?
Your Lord Evandale, did he not bring his.
coronet Into play when he strove to win his
Edith Bellenden? Was your Tresllian stu
true and still forbearing when truth and for?
bearance could avail him nothing? And those
sweet girls whom you know, do they never
doubt between the poor man they think they
love and the rion man whose riches they know
But In spite of the saturai blending of |
good and evil wbloh marks Hr. Trollope's
characters, the people whom we meet In the
Eustace Diamonds are all pleasant and de?
sirable acquaintances, and the book, as a
whole, ls entertaining and full of power.
A GIRL'S ROMANCE, AND OTHER TALES. By
Frederick W. Boblneon. New York: Harper
& Brothers. Charleston : Fogartle's Depos?
This Is the latest lune of the "Library of
Select Novela," which ls so Justly popular with
the American reading public. Mr. Robinson's
r?putation in the world of fiction Insures a
welcome for this attractive budget of nov?
DAVID COPPERFIELD. By Charles Dickens.
Household Edition. New York: Harper <fc
Brothers. Charleston: Fogartle's Deposi?
The "Household Edition" will delight every
lover of Dickens without depleting his pocket.
The present volume contains a fine portrait of |
the author, with sixty-one new and spirited
THE ORDEAL FOR Wrvss. By Mrs. Annie Ed?
wards, author of "Archie Lovell,"&c. New
York: Sheldon & Co. Charleston: John M.
Greer & Son.
Mrs. Ed wards has won a deserved popularity
as a writer ot stories, most of which have first
appeared in serial form In the Galaxy maga?
zine. "The Ordeal for Wives" is marked by
the same Ingenuity of plot, strong portraitures
and unflagging Interest which made the
author's previous efforts so successful.
??iUiTierp, Strain ?coos, &t.
NO. 804 KINO STREET.
Mrs. M. J. ZBRNOW would respectfully an?
nounce to the public that she will op ea Tins PAT,
October mb, a rmi line of MILLINERY AND
FANCY GOOD??, Boopsfclrts, Bustles, KldOloves.
Ladies' and Children's Under Garments, Wrap?
pers, sacks. Fura, Ac. Dress and Cloak Making
attended to aa asnal.
Sole agent for M'me Demorest's PAPER PAT
TBRNS. Country orders will receive prompt at?
3 oar o mu.
SOTJTHEBNERS VISITING THE NORTH
can obtain Urat-clasj Board at No. 0 West
J.enty-ninth street, New York, four doors from
pusey Hoaae. and tn the neighborhood or nine of
the prtacipal hotels. Terms $14 per week. Tran?
sient Boarders taken, octffllmo
_gggtmge. . ,,, g
DAN LODGER N0.-S3, L-O. B.B.-THE
Regular Meeking oribis Lodge wai be field
ai tue anual time- and' olac-e. Candidates will
please be punctual:
By order ol the President,
novia_SAMUEL 8PBIKZ, Seoretary.
TTSRIENDSHIP LODGE, No. 9, A. P. M.
A? An Extra ME et lng of this Lo d i e will be be ld
at'Halmea'a'Hall; IO-MOKK?W, the mn instant, at
hair-pant 10 A. M. Members and Oandldatea will
please be punctual By order of the w. M.
norie LEVI LOEB, Secretary.
steam Batery, Bo. io Market street.
WANTED, A OCOK. APPLY FROM
12 to 2, at No. 38 h/ld street, norie 3*
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO
cook and Wash, or to Cook. Also, a Girl
to do Homework. Appiy at No. 12 Water Street.
WANTAD, A WOM?^T TO COOK, AND
another to do housework. Apply at thia
ofilce after loo'oloot. _nona
NURSE WANTED.-A WHITE WOMAN
competent as a chrld'a nurse, willing to go
imo the country, and to make herself generally
useful, can hear of a desirable situation on ap
p.,cati ju at No. 8a Meeting street. No one need
apply who cannot produce good recommends
Hons._ , ' D0V13
WANTED EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that trie 'Ml*rRal, SPERM OIL AND
BUHNERS, exhibited by DOUOLAS A MILLER
at tae S tai e Fa j, Columbia, s. C., has received
the Medal and endorscmeui. or tno Committee,
?ho rtcommeua lt ror general family nae over
any other tiifs for ita absolute aaiety and bril
nancy. Dauieri throughout the State can be sup?
plied by DOUGLAS A MILLISK, Sole Agents, Paint
and OH Depot, No. 08 Bast Bay, Charleston, S. c.
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER
SPIhlrS UP THE WORLD, THE TKEAS
U AH BO?SB OF AMERICA. THE G BEAT BOOK
OF TUE YEAK, agents report sales of 36 to 100
copies m a few hoars or days. Prospectus free.
Addrea? J. W. GOoDSPEED, New York, Chicago,
ci H cm natl, Sr. Loma, New Orleans,
Coat ano ?osito.
LOST ON THE WAY T0 STt pAUL'S I
CHURCH, tither m Rutledge Avenue, Van
derhorat or Coming atreets, a Ladles' Pearl and
Hair BKOOOH. marted "E. B. L." on inner aide
A reward will be paid if left at the ofilce of T. G.
fe. LUOAS, North Atlantic Wharf, or at No. 31
Itntldge avenue. _ noris-l*
FOR RENT, RESIDENCE No. 71 SPRING
street, with every convenience. Apply at
155 Meeting street,opposite charleston Hotel.
noris-smi*' . ? . .
TO. BENT, A COMMODIOUS STORE,
with glass front; can be adapted to any
business. Terina moderate. Apply lot Meeting
BOOMS TO BENT, AT No. ll DOUGHTY
street. Inquire on tne premises, novia
TO RENT, TWO ROOMS TO A RESPECT?
ABLE small faml y. Apply at Dothage
Conn, leading from Alexander street, near eal
TO RENT, TWO STOREHOUSES AND
Dwellings, in tho Town of Florence,- 8. c.,
Malu street, opposite Freight Depot, formerly oc?
cupied by A. w. Loyns, AddressF. M. E., Flo
rence, S. C. _ nora-14?
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE TWO I
and a H air Story Brick DWELLING, No. 11
George street. Cistern and pump on the premi?
ses. Forterms, apply at No. 83 Bay ne street.
TO BENT, A COMFORTABLE TWO j
Story. House. For particulars, apply in
President Btrect, third door north or spring.
FOB BENT, THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE ar the southeast CL m er of Meet ing
and Charlotteatreete. Afine cistern and ample;
servants' accommodations on the premises. Apply
CoOHAS. J. co LC 0 o' K, North Atlantic wharf.
i or2-stu4*_. .
ROOMS TO REN T.-DESIRABLE
Kooma at No. 19 Butledge avenue. Apply
at iae premisos. _BOW-SW??
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE,
No. 894 King street, recently occupied by
Fut-SYTHE, MCCOMB A CO. The stor. ls neatly
shelved, and with counters and Gas Fixtures win
be rented low to an approved tenant. Apply to
FoRiYTHE, MCCOMB A CO., corner King street
and Barns lane._octl-tutns
TO BENT, AN ELIGIBLE HOUSE IN J
the western part or the city; large cistern
and gas. Apply to N, RITTER, Cashier Savings, I
Bank, No. 94 Broad street._novll-tnthna
TO RENT, THAT LA KGB AND COMMO?
DIOUS Threeotory Residence, No. 7 King |
aireer, containing 9 sajare rooms and necessary
outbuildings. A HO'-d cistern on the premises.
Postesalon given January 1,1878. inquire at No.
9 King street._novi3-tnths
TO RENT, THAT ELEGANT NEW
STORE, No. 410 Ring atreet, next to corner
Burns laue. To an approved tenant they will be
rented low. Apply to FOnSYTHE, M0?UMB A
CO., corner King atreet and Burns lan?.
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND COM
MODIOUS Building, No. 149 East Bay, re?
cently occupied aa the Publication Office or THS
NKWS, and formerly known as the French Corree
House. For terms, AC, applv at the ornoo of
THE NKWS, NO. ie Broad street. aep28
OLOOK HERE I TWO YOUNG
GIRLS saya one to the other : "Let na
tell mamma Klein bas so nice and cheap
BANANAS. 26 cents a dozen-ain't that very
cheapr" "O yea," ehe Bays, "I know he salis
TWO COTTON PLANTATIONS FOR
SALK OR RENT m uhrlat Ch urea Pariah, ten
mues from Mount Pleasant. Apply at No. 14
AMILCH COW FOR SALE. APPLY
to No. 8 Jasper's Court._novl48?
MULES AND HORSES AT R. OAK
MAN'S Stable, NO. 86 Church street. Plan?
tation, Timber, Cart and Dray MULES for Bale on
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND LOT.-FOR SALE
LOT next weat of M. P. O'Connor, Eaq.l r >nr I
minutes' walk from Ferry. Apply at No. 14 Elisa
FOR SALE, CHOICE LOT OF GAME
FOWLS, orlmoorted Stock. Also, Bantams,
Coobina and Fancy Pigeons, by F. G. MIOaEL.
FOR SALE OR RENT, 2300 ACRES OF
PINES, original growth, on Cooper River,
flt for Turpentine,' Lumber, Wood. Apply at No.
417 King atreet._ nov7-thatnfl?
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE-OLD
NEWSPAPERS m large or amah quanti ie>
Prlce 60 CENTS PB?t HUNDRED. Apply at tit
OHO* of TH^ NWWy. . mavl ?
PERSONS WISHING TO PUBCHASE
Horses or Mmes wld find it to their advan?
tage to call at BOGAN A CO.'S ?TABLES, No. 608
King street, before pureba lng elsewhere.
DOV2 stnttilmo nae*_:
WPRESTON DOWLING, FACTOR
. and Commission Merchant, No. o Boyce's
Wiiarf, Charleston. S. C., has a few or the Cele?
brated Wright A Warnock's Horae Power ready
for delivery. octio-imo
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
CHARLESTON 0 0 UN TY.-By GEORGE
BUIST, Esq., Probate Judge-Whereas. JOSEPH
MITCHUM, or st. James santee, Farmer, made
snit to me to grant him Letters of Administra
tton of the Estate and ei'ecta of HANNAH P.
KU KT, late or ht. James Santee, Widow: These
are therefore to cite and admonish ali and singu?
lar ibe kindred and creditors of theaald HANN a H
P. FORT, deceased, that they be and appear be?
fore me, In the t oort of Probate, to be held at
Charleston, on November 80th, after publication
hereof, at ll o'cock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they hara, why the said administra?
tion Bhonld not be granted.
Given under mythand, this 16th day of Novem?
ber, A. D. 1872. GEORG? BUIbT,
norie aj_? . . Probate Judge.
ESTATE JOHN H SCHMIDT.-ALL
persons having claims against Estate of
jutiN H. SCHMIDT, deceased, wul present them
duly attested, and those indebted will make pay?
ment to G.W DINGLE,
Administrator, with will annexed, of John H
FINAL NOTT E-^ESTATEOFMbS. ?
B WILKIN*.-On the 2d da; or December
next, at ll O'Clock A. M.. the undersigned win
apply to GEO KGB BUIST, Esq., Judge or Prooate
ror charleston county, tor letters dlemlssory to
him aa Executor or above Estate.
October 80,1872. MARTIN L. WILKINS,
Of NB?U A^L #A I ?1 ?"T
ASL. ~?? 07 TH g ?? S;
AGRICULTURAL ACT KECHA2?T0AL"
ASSOCIATION OF OEORQIA,
HELD AT SAVAN-NAH.
Commencing MONDAY, December 2d, 1872, and
continue daring tbe week.
The Central Railroad and connections and At?
lantic and Gnir Railroad and; connections will
transport visitors for one fare, returning free.
There will be a Sabre Contest between the Sa?
vannah and Augusta Sabre Clubs on December
.th and 6th.
Open to the' world, three or more to enter.
Fastest Trotting Single-Harness Horse, Parse,
(100; Fastest pair or Trotting Horses? owned add
used as such,Purse $50; beat single.harness Horse
Plate $20: best pair or Harness Horses, Plate 92s;
best Pacing Horse,'Plaie $16; running Race,
sweepstakes, mlle neats, three or more to enter,
two to start, entrance ten per cene, Purse $200.
The Chamber of Commorce offer the following
Premiums : 1
For beac three bales Upland Cotton of one plan?
ter's srowth on exhibiten, premium to go to
For three bales ranking second m quality, pre*
min m togo to planter, $4).
For three F ' i .tint ; third In quality, $30;
pr (-mm ms ttt.w the pla itera.. :
For the beat cale of Sea Isuud Cotton, $60; next
best in quality, premium 0 g-j ?0 planter. $40.
For tb best Ola lor Upi ind Ootton $100.
. For the best bushel of Riugh Rice, of the variety
in wn as gold seed, pr?mlam to go to plan?
ter, $10...- . -< . ' -
For the best bushel of Hough Rice, of the vari?
ety lino wn aa white, premium to go to plauter,
t?o. . . .;
No ree will be ch arge d t or Entering of Exhibit?
For Promlum Lists 0: other Information, ap?
ply to j. tl ESTILL, Secretary.
JpIRST GRAND SOIREE
Of ' "HS
CHARLESTON HOOK AJID LADDER CO., No. 1,
HALL IN QU SEN STREET,
TUESDAY EYE SINO, NOVEMBER 20, 1872.
. . C0?M.TTEB:
J. H. LOBB, Chairman.
J. P. LYONS. JOHN KBBSSBL.
F. J. MCGAIIEY. J. E.OOBBTRT.
Members sf the Pure Department are requested
to attend in nnirorm. - ? novll-msa
MARY ANN BULB INSTITUTE, ON
Height? of Alkei, S. a General 0. J.
RAINS, Professor sud Lecturer. For terms apply
to Miss M. A. BUIR,
oct36 Principal cf Institute, Aiken. SI C.
?opartnireMijJs mo flhefoiotioni
day formed a Copartnership, under the
same and st;le or COUNTS A WROT?N, for the
purpose of carrying on the cotton Factorage and
General Commission Blain eas. Office South At?
lantic Wharf, Exchange Row.
T. J. COUNTS,
W. H. WROTON
Charleston, October if, 1872, ' ootlft-lmo *
jjjrttjtf one jttcoiniigg.
?"iSL?fsB?ciSj, FOR ALL D13 ORD-1
Eas of the Urinary Organs, (tue Kidneys,
bladder, Urethra, Ac*.) .from whatever cause.
Thia elegant preparation of the concentrated
virtues of the best ciar tlc tonics known-as pre?
pared by fl; W. HIS LEV, the originator-ls war?
ran ted equal to the best, and superior to most ail:
omer pr?parations for i bis parpo?*, be? ld ea being
put up in large (8 cz.) b ) ot lea for the low price or
$1. Physicians are in v ted to compare the effects.
aa well astheappearai.ee of RIPLEY'S BUOBU;
w.tn anv other. . 1
RISLRI'S PHILOTOKEN, OR FEMALE'S
FRIEND, a remedy expressly for the benefit of
females, and wen wort ly of their attention. For |
relieving nausea, aqtf far all those nervous
troubles to wnich they aro 01 ten subject. It ls
also sn excellent sedative, or Nervous Aatldote, >
producing natnral ref reshing sleep In oases of
nervous irritation, exhiastlon or excitement la
persons of either sex. Price $1.
Having used m my family RISLEY'S PHiLOro
KEN and EXTRACT Bt'oHC, and observed their
Invariable ertlcacy In estes among my fr.ends for
a number of years, 1 00 Haider eac n a most escel
: lent remedy for the put poses recommended; and
besides, In my own ca* 1, the Phllotoken proved a
good remedy for sleeplessness arising from
HENRY TEHSLAGE, JB.,
1 'astor Reformed Church.
Irvington. N. J., Maj 22,187L
Sold by all Retell Druggists. The trade sup?
plied by PHILIP W1NEMAN A OJ.,
novia-WBlmo_Na 8 i Heyne street.
DR. FITLER'S VEGETABLE RHEU?
Warranted under oat h never to have failed to
core. 28,600 Certtflcaus or testimonials of cure,
including Rev. 0. H. Erring, Media, Pennsylvania;
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Fal ia of Schuylkill, Phlladel
Sala; the wire or Rev. J. E. Davis, Hightstown,
ew Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jen ninga and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia: Hon. J V. or?ele?, member Con
grass from philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, cam?
den. New Jersey; ex-Stnator Stewart, Baltimore:
ex-Governor Powell, K intucky, and thousands or
others. Warranted to cure or money refunded.
DB. UEO. CAULIfelR, Agent,
Jnlyl-lyr Charleston, s.o.
Drago al iDhclesaif;.
JJ 0 WIE, MOISE & DAVIS
IMPORTERS, XiNTJFACTTJEKBB ABD
CHARLESTON, & 0.,
Offer with confldence io the Pabilo the following
VALUABLU PREF A RATIONS, or wt ich
they are Proprietors:
What thia great Soot aero Tonio will do must be
gathered frem what has done The case of |
dyspepsia, or an j othor form or indigestion, in
which lt hsa been pe rsi item ly administered with,
ont effecting a radical care, ls jet to be heard
from; and the same m?y be said of bilious disor?
ders, intermittent fever, nerroBs affections, gen?
eral debUlty, constipai lon; nick-headache, mental
.inabilities to which- tn s fo?bie are so subject. < It
purines all the fluids of the body, including the
blood, and the gentle simulants which lt Imparts
to the nervous system U not succeeded cy the
slightest r?action, IM? IS a chapter of facts
which readers, for their owo sakes, should mark
TBS BB3T LINIMBNl FOB HAN ANO BEAST 1
This article his gal ned a well-deserved reputa?
tion, wherever lt has reen used, as an external
remedy, and hundreds or our best citizens testify
to Ita good guaiiiltson maa and beast. Used once
lt become* a family c mfott and necessity.
jy^OISE'S LIVER PILLS,
For the cure of Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia and Sict.Eeadache, and as aCathar
t-c and Adtl-Bilioos Pill have no superior.
These Pdls possess that peculiar power or in?
vigorating the stomach, and stimulating the
liver and torpid bowels, which render them qt
unequalled efficacy In cleanslog from the blood
all impurities, and imparting new Ufe and vigor
to the wh le Bystem. Th.y are entirely vegetable
and perfectly safe._
DR. VON GLAHNN'S ROYAL GROWN
An unequalled anri-dyspeptlc, tonic, nervine and
This world-renowned Tonic ls prepared under
the personal supervision of Dr. von Giahun, of
Amsterdam, Holland, and has been pronounced
by the oeat German physicians to be pore and
free from adulteration, and by them have been
recommended for the following painful com?
plaints: Diseaaec of the Bladder, Kidneys and
Urinary Organa, Female Complaints, Co:lc, im?
perfect Digestion, Gravel, Chronic Dlarrhcea,
Dropsy, and all diseases of the stomach.
JJ^OISE'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS.
Are warranted to care in every case, or tho
They contain no arsenic or poisonous Ingredi?
ents or any kind-nothing In -ne least degree In?
jurious io the system under any circumstances
and may be administered with perfect safety to
They never fall to core the most obstinate ease
when taken as directed. .
They cure immediately. In no case will the
patient have mote than one chili after the first
dose, and ta the maj rity or cases not even that.
They accomplish the woiX by destroying the
cause or disease, whloh no otaer remedy pretends
They are an effectual preventive, neutralizing j
the malar ions poison in the system, and tbus|
averting its consequences. nove-sth
'M 1] tu?nifitict. 14
.???y?. ? yr.^,..J8?" ? ? ....?^^..w*....... ^
A A tr ar I
In consequence or the statement br some North-,
ern Journals that the ORIENT MUTUAL INSUR?
ANCE COMPANY, ol New York, had sustained
losses at the Boston, fire, we are instructed by
that Company to say tbat such statements are
This Company ls purely Marine.. '.,
HUdE R A RAVES KL, Agents,
B0V14-8 No. 8 Broad street.
?HARLBSTON, 8 C., NOV. 18, 1872.
The following Telegram was received this after?
.- ATLANTA, GA., November 12,1872,
Butaon Lee. Agent Hame Insurance company af
?New York: :
vice-President tele-graphs Boston Agents re?
port only Eight Handred Thousand u Burnt
District. Go for business without crowding.
no vi 3 General Agent.
JJUGER & BAVENEL, AGENTS,
Na'8 BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C.,
.I BIPSJ8B?TDta :. ,, j
THE NATIONAL FIBS INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF B ALTIMORE, MD, ti !
Loss fit Boston..............Norning.
THE LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF
Loss at Boaton will not exceed $100,coo., .
The Assets of this old and tellable Engilab. Oom*
paoy exceed $18,000,000 ingold; ? :
Ail Losses promptly settles as soon as ad?
justed. ' 7.' [ . , .
The publia may leal perfectly saxe Ut on trusting
any buatnese to oar care. . novlS-o
Jil fi EINS O fi A M E .
TEE NORTH BRITISH AND MEB?ANTTLS
INSURANCE COMPANY, '
OF LOUDOB AND SDI SB UBOB ,
THE PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPAFV,
07 HARTFORD, CONNECT!CtTT, ' ' '
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,828 7*.
The undersigned, having increased tn eu INSUR?
ANCE facilities by the Agency or that strong and
reliable American Company, the PHOMX, of
Hartford, are now enabled to offerte merchants
and property ow net a Policies m the above named
Companies at as low rates aa any oilier fl mt cl asa
Companies. E, SK BRING A CO.,
, ..... . insurance Agenta
aepS-smoa n Nb. 14 Broad street.
Joint ?totb (Kompang.
OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OP!
TBE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCE? COM?
PANY for the benefit or the State Orphan Asylum.:
CLASS No. 2si-FRIDAY MoBNDfl}. NOV. iff.
^2-32-13-73-71-; 6 -66 -31- 7 66 40-70
. 0LAS8 No 262-FaiDAT EVBNINQ, Nov. 16.
34-58-72-70-39 -78- 4-60-37-51-60-15
Euo v 16-1 A. MOROSO, Sworn oomuutstoner.
?lnnictpol JStatiett. ,.
C~TTY HALL, OFFIOETCXEBK . OF;
il COUNCIL, CHARLESTON, 8. C.. NC VEM
bER 18,1872.-By action of Council, November IS,
the following offices were de mared vacant:
Cleric of CounciL
Messenger of Council.
City inspector Lower Wards.
. city Insp-ctor upper Warda. 1
Five Portwardens; ????
Two City Gangers.
Keeper of Tidal Drains.
Ki YO Naval Store ic sr? -tors.
Six ins p pc tors or Timbar aad Lamber.
.,' cit? Attorney.
Chimney Contractors Wards 1, 2, 8, 4,6,6,7,
and 8. .'"''..
Olly Registrar. ' .
- Physician of city Hospital.
Physician of Health District No. 1. .1
Phyalclan of Health Dis tuet No. 3. 1 ;
Physician of Health Dlatrlot No. 4.
Phvslolan of Health District No. 6.
Physician of Orphanhouae.
Kct per of St. Michael's Clock.
Inspector or Flour.
Keeper or Powder Magazines,, and the various
Boards or Oom <r> isston?rsi
Letters or sppllca lon will be received at thia
office un tu Monday, November 26, ac ii. M.,
o'olock. W. W. SIMONS,
novie,22,?6 Cleric of Council.
ITS ON Sa C O. ' H
GEMS OF STRAUSS! ? . . ;
oontinue In great demand. Bernes,ber to buy
one fdr a Holiday present. Price $2 w boards; is
cloth. " .
THE STANDARD! %
ranks, and wul rank among the very beat Church
music Books. Price $1 to. Specimen sent,- at
present, for $126.
GLARE'S NEW METHOD FOB REED ORGAN I
pleases everybody by ita thorough coarse of In.
st ruction and moat pleasing Music Price. $9 to.
EAST CANTATAS I
for Musical Societies and Olabs,' Choirs, Semina?
ries and Classes', that fear! to attack the oratorios
and classical cantatas.' .
Belshazzar's Feast,' 60c
Pligiim Fathers 60c
Burnlog ship, AL
Quarrel of Fie wars, Sic
t estival of Boee. soe.
Children of Jerusalem, 80c
Fairy Bi'.dal, 60c.
Haymakers, $L .
Storm King. 880.
Flower Queen, 76o. 1
indian summ-r, 80c ?. '
winter Evening Entertainment, $1. -
Boot of Canutas, $ i w. .
Eather, wo.. <i -
Culprit Fay. $1. .
Flower Festival, 45c
Twin Sisters, 6O0.
Malled, postpaid on receipt of price,
OLIVER D1TSON A CO-, Boston.
OHAS. H. D?T80N A GO., New Tort.
_ . .; . ...
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No. 260 KINO STB EET.
NEW CATALOGUE NO. 20., .
TWO VALUABLE AND INTERESTING BQ OES TO
BB PUBLISHED BT 8UBS0RIPTI0N ONLY.
No. I.-UTHE UNivEB??,"
Or the Infinitely Great and the Infinitely Little
By F. A.'Pouchet, M. D., corresponding member
of the Institute of France; Director of th* Musenm !
of Natural History at Booen; Professor in the
School or Medicine and the upper School of j
New and improved edition, embodying the au?
thor's latest revisions, with an introducion by .
Arnold Gu jot, Ph. D., LL. D., Professor of Gepl*
ogy and Physical Geography, in Nassau Hall
Princeton, N. J. The work embraces "The Uni?
verse," including the animate and inanimate;
treating of animals, plants, the earth and heaven,
overflowing with invaluable information, while it
rea ds ii se a fairy tale. It will be brought out re?
gardless of pains or expense, printed in the moat j
elegant manner on beautirally Mated paper, and
illustrated with three handred and fifty superb
in atze it wm be a super-royal octavo volume j
crover Eight Hundred Pages, and bound aa fol?
lows, and at the prices annexed:
Moroco cloth,bevelled boards, gut edges....8 8 I
Leatcer, marbre edges....... IO
French morocco, panelled sides and gilt edges 12
The work ls sold exclusively by aubsorlpuori,
and will be delivered to subscribers only at the
SCRIBNER, ARMSTRONG * CO,
An authorized Canvasser will call upon the citi?
zens. Subscriptions received at FOGARTI?'S j
Book Depository,, Special Agency for the State
where a spec im en copy can be seen.
NO. II.-"STANLEY'S EX?SD MOM IK SfARCH OP
Specimen copies of this highly interesting book
will bs ready about t ..e 20th ins tan t. ,
FOGAETTE'S BOOK DEPOSITOBT.
No. 260 Krna STREET (in tue Bend.)
mohio-tutha Charleston, a. a
FLOUR, CtoldOTS*-^ ' JIT"
ZJObbbi. .Bavia A Emraon's Medium Fam?y,
PeartMllls - .
ao whole.arjd.Hali boxe?..Au*mAAtiJie_OaadJ?J,
Ba^ai-fnmioctoiJOBrjBFlmek K ;
Choit e Ba nan a? 15c per dosen
Obolos Pinea > piMTrora&J io i*o a pieos ., -
. Or?Bip*sWb^dflW ??-?** ..
Appies4ooperpe?x.ttIJIi> F "??#?tf?*:
A choice lot of 04IuW????^' '
novia 1 oVp\?rte' P&^ular Ohnrca.
100 toni Chestnut OO?Lv t-t.? il J ?nof??oo; ar
200 tona -Red Ash Ees Co*'; also Whit* AsA
Foandry and Cumberland Smith's Coal tn Tard
and to arri ve per sch?ouer H 8 OooU,: ?W TOV
tanov?6-2 ^ F' S^ BGA'!?' :
TOED ASBT COALJLANDINO:., ^ Fr
' soo tona snpenbr ried-Ash CoaVi^
eise?? J andina thia day and.fon ?in iiifSfir)?JsTJaajSjtVv:
sel by JUL1UB A.BI^JTJL
. iShhds. PrtmeSm?r*! gHOULTr*^-'^^
. Por sale by BMBMAflBE BfjWIWMJte^g
17 .: tv .???5^iw?>^s-j?^
180 hh a s. oood, Prme ' aft* Oboisw ^tafANry
: 8UO>ABS.. . :-r..t?.... M. TO:^;-:<rr
Sow landing ex.scho^a?. f., %,,?aF*?^?S$?'
?emerara.^ TOSEFT ~: "r#w^?S^2
AU*V --Tli??IiSt.i?d .?liw .
notu^ jnnfBtaopys wssrt.;:
?A TS'? " 0'l-T'Sf ^#?*?
X ..?.-.- -:? t-Ci s?:u:: usliaati .*-cttqsi.^;
OFFSB TO rmi T?JJ)B iti^waWMsB^-TOiiBV <
- 1. ,?j. s '- mai ? dsintt ?f ?W?br~2i&i':,:
io hhda o. R. BAOOU SIDES ,.
17 hhdi. cuolcrB*<fcn^oWa*ri"
M boxes D. S:-0holesJMdBS^;-!.-il?i9?.=1.-?a-^:--.
IM boxes Canned Oysrarewl and libs, ? wn^.
M-^oxes Braady Peaches- ....... ;t... 0 ...v.
100 "boxes American Clab-FlAh ' . -OJ V
76b )*es assorted JetneS'r'F* .>?. - ' ores-sit
IM boxe*?! Cai.., Spa*, X, j^.aadrw^
76 kegs^'?a*?Soa*?! '?' '. _ . -: .-.. ? -. .
. 76 nea? Panted TBbsvi.!m* mil'i&jt??-it*&?r
HO taus Bio and Java Onfre* tm o? .
In addition te ta?aijow, -sra itomxrr?Uxmi*-^.
ed assortment of Cooloo WHISK'EB, Stadls*,
dins, Wines, Ac, '.'*"..'. - - .ist^S'
OfdenentrnBt*d,tolns. ,\*~r-.*\h ^M*?TE*V
TT7TNE OF THE ALLSPICE. ^t?c.i ?
?'ito?^iat? ?-tnr' woM^d
most certain cure..fo^.iBejsl*, todlgell?i,
any o ther^'erang^iner?taS^^ScB^k^wsl*.
Blaldr endorsed by the filadle*! Fs^ty ??T ??*
Norttt. ?t ls nt* an A^W??^:
mannfactared only frpm^j^ lalee^,of .^n* ri?*.
Allspice'. .pt?ll'?rt?lP1 -^"'J :.
Sole proprietor, G. DB 00BD0TA,_
Agents, MABTTK A MOOlf, "
ootas-statbsmos ? - 'CSumm^-^
; ,',.? > L..?-(' ?.">rt'' i(<H.;;.'. '.'iH^','
r* r.riv.i' 'r-^'ifei;>;?_
? . ... . -r .i"; .. .:->:Mlrl5i'' -.
.. . I :? . .T.:ri:.f. iO i^iliO*?*.-..
. - . ; .<.?..? i .? -fe-.t-.rt .i ?!iY,r
WILSONS GROCERY ls new ?ffertag tfcS toOSt
esnfally selected stock of LIQUORS to ne Casad -
tn this city. . ;.. y, . . :<?? ?inior>
They. have been ?elected. eswlally fejf, tfclAr
medicmal quall?es, aBd their purity endoxsefl by
the most eminent physicians of Charleston,
Parties desirii.g a pore artlcto oan ?iwi^f?l
on Liquors sold from this establUhmsnt sad
recommended. , . . _ , . ^
A full suppl y cf low grades on hand.
. ay Address Box Ho. 888. _. ? .- - ,
HA L.I B UT ...VJ 1 HS p
TONGUES AM) 80,n^Sftrji^
For sale low at Wr^Nao7?Ds?t^sit
AU Goods Delivered Promptly.;JtasSTT
/IAWNED PEACHED 1 0 A H N E D
\j PEA0HB8 I.' : V ?Ab .A
. ??? ??>? iZj_i^'.io-MQ ^eajMt;.
180 dosen 2 sad 8 io. OA^iTD-t^ira?*/* .
For ?al? low at .W1LSONK ORflilBlHryli
s*. ?oe sis^stwi*.
w.AgAB'CtocdsaenvireAfTfa^o a; -:>i>-o^flHf;..
700 dosen 3-lb Canned TO?ATOEK_?
For sale low at WILSON QipGXMTp
..."> /'. - i ' No. 806 Kmg av sec.
aarAllQoodsdelivered-twkv-j?'-c, :-?> cf boo
c f KDP.i' s TBJF,,!; sfjqsii ?
ASGAD?S IN TEAS. WF^t? ~^FP0
CSRlSa AND PROVISIONS,;;;iv j L; .
Warran ted to suit tia
of me million. ' W 3
jgr^n oonda dellverafffrfrb. N . _
NEW CODFISH, PIOKLED SALMON,
SPICED SALMON. r sd^
Extra No. 1 HACEE?EL
Mees Mackerel ,: v .;.a
For sale iowa: .
XTEW SMOKED BBEF, FBBSH f}M%?>
JS TONGUES, N?W HAMA iSMALL SIZE.)
: B PICrnSHOWEBa.
Fulton Market BEEF ,.; : 3 >
Pamuy Pig.Pork -.;..,..;..[.;> /
Forwielow? 5^oe<S5S^ -
*5i- All Gooda delivered Jree. ztv.
"rt ?I n-;'.;
s v-?i^,"- !
mira .** ;.' .
A B T I lt 4 , M ,0, O R?
' .f?necssaonWlaj?^ -.
W H 0 L ESALE j ABD B.S |^?^M?lf*
. . Noa. 12: andi? MEETING STREET,^
Corner Market street, Cheleston, sontfrcaroB**,
. . . .... aol u ? ?to?* " ?HT .f>::vt
Keep on hand a Well selected Stock: oi.-aao/oe
Family supplies, -i : . - IA- RoiJ^bBt??/
for pAcWns;, and goods delivered- Ires oiMkM*
to^an} part of tie ?lty, Bslirna^>D^^2<1
W. H. WELCH-FLE?TWOOD LuOiut-L Eisen