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A S tad y.
1 think, indeed, 'waa only thia that made
Heaseem pecallax; namely, -he had no
Pectfllarity. The world to day
Expects OB to be odd; to wear our nair
Rx t rem ely long, or elae extremely short;
To have decided views ou some oue rolnt,
Or else unsettled views on all. But she
was living simply what she wlahed to live :
A lovely life o? rounded womanheod.
with no sharp, salient points for eye or ear
To seize and pass quick J odgment on her. Sho was
Not quite content to let the golden days
Slip i rom her dogers like the well-worn beads
?f some long rosary, told o'er and o'er
Each night with dull, mechanical routine;
But y et ?he bad no "central purpose," no
Absorbing aim to whlcbiall else must yield;
And GO toe very sweetness ol her lire.
Ita exquisite simplicity and calm.
Musical In Its silence, struck the ear
More sharply than a d'scord would have done.
Just as at sea, we grow accustomed to
The Jar and clang of harsh machinery,
And sleep profoundly tn our narrow berths
Amid the turmoil; but If suddenly
The noisy whirr la silent, and the deep,
Low murmur of the moon lit sea ls all
That st 1rs the air, we waken with a start,
And ask in terror what has happened; then
Sink baok again and smile to think, Indeed,
That silence should have wakened ua I
The world haa-fcrown co feverishly hot.
With restless auna and small ambitions, that
A life which has the cool and temperate flow
Of healthful purpose in its veins will seem
Fecal tar I
[Alice Marland Wellington, in December Galaxy.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Pos tofft ct
at Charleston, for the week ending November 22,
1872, and printed officially In THE DAILY NSWS,
aa the newapaper having the largest circulation
In the City of Charleston.
MW Office hours from 8 A. M. to sj? P. M. On
Sundays, from ?X to 6>? P. M.
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?houl&jtate that they are "Advertised."
STARLET G. TROTT, Postmaster.
Addison. Mary Graver, Mrs L Morrisey, Brid
Alston, Ro?e O get
AiBlna. Mrs M E O alunan e, Mrs Mahony, Ennl
Amton. Miss OL Mnffett, Rlch
. SerrlAlnla Habernlcht, shell
Angel, Miss JOH Ohrl.-tlan Mye s, Jose
H Harris, Isebella pblne
Austin, Mary A Baasan, Mra Mccormack,Mrs
R Baaelton. Mrs ? M J
Baker, Mrs BM A McFarland, Sa
Barnwell Ann Bay, Mary A ' rah Jane
Becker, Marla C Bayne, Char-- MoQUl. Lucy
Betjeman, Mrs lotte McKay, Mrs M
RR HelBsenbntCel, A
Black. Mattie Irina Meium, Mra W
Brodie. Lizzie Hayward, Char- B
Brown, Martha lotte Waw, Sllvry
Brown. Matilda Bildebrandt, veal. Mrs M A
Brown, Sallie Catrina Norris, carrie
Calvin, Miss F Hillen, Anna M Oetjen, Mrs J H
L Biggins, Nancy unen, Mrs M J
Caaon, Mrs E J Holloway,Susan Parks, Lizzie
Carson, Snsan E Phelps. Susan
Chandler, Mrs J Holmes, Eliza r Phillips, Ellz i
8 Holtzclaw, Pinckney, Julia
Cberman, Lon- Amelia Pinckney, Mary
isa A Houston, Sarah | E
Olary, Alice H Porcher, Mrs R
Cochran, Mrs Houcks, Daph- c
Collins, Mrs E ney ? Prince, Char?
il Halford, Ellen lotie A R
Cormier, Celia Jancovlch, Mrs Prothro, Miss G
V S Raymond, Mis
Daniels, Emma Jeffords, Matu ThuB
Danally, Elien aa R ed, Honora
De ween, Mary Jenkins. Ida Reed, Rose
E Jennerette, Cyn- Rivers, Ellza
Desmore, Mrs A tba beth
J Johns. Miss E Roberson, Re
Douglass, Jose- Johnsen, Ame- becca
phlne lia Ryan. Mrs A P
Us?rent, Mrs A Kelly, Miss C Rutledge, Mn B
K ?riley. Rose Kentara, Mary Sanders. A'ze
Kuriiey, Cube- kmg, Mary nla
rino Jane Seabrook, Mary
Rason, Hrs W L Laurance. Ellze E
Elliot', Ellen Lee, Isebella Slappy, Marv
IFabian. E L Legree, Mrs A E Smith, Mrs J
Fields, Rhina Leland, Mn J H Smith, Mrs K
JFlilor, Milly Logan, Mari \ Ismitn, Eden R
Finnegan, Mar McDonald, Ma Snowden, Mra
gret , ry F HL
Frazer, eliza Mathews, Anna Steel, Mary
Frazer, Cloe nanning, Mrs R Sauran, Mrs W F
Falt?n,Mra Har J Sompter, Fan
dy Mahony, Bell nie
Gadsden, Har- Mariano, Mar- Symon, Char
nett tba lotte
Gaillard, Mrs S Maxwell, Rebec- Venniog, M? C
B ca K
Gaillard, Maria Michell. Mrs C Washington,
Gambo. Helen Miller, Mr? W E Sylvia
Amanda nla O
Grove, Laura Mosey, Miss M Young, Llddv
Graver, Lucille L Zeldar, Mrs ?
Artope.P?araoh Hauser. W H Owen. E R
Anderson, D O Hampleton, Patterson, Jas
Bartlett, C L Lewis P
Barreaw, J J Haines,- Charlea Partant?, E
Raynard.Abram Harden, Burton Parker, Rot
Bates, Edward (col'd) ledge
T Harmon, James Perry, Captain
Rall, Theodore F John G
Boyd, K F Blidreth, Daniel Pitcher, F
Boah, John F E Porcher, Wm E
Bryan. Moses Hines, Addison Prince. Edward
Bro wer A Sloan Hicks, Geo O J
Buce, winiam Holton, Wm A Prince, Henry
Bruce, John G L Hoffman, S Prince. W S
Brealawer, Ed Hoffman, H Preston, R J
Brown, F Howell, A M Py au, John S
Butler. Captain Holman, Eph- Kalner. R B
James T W rai m Reede, Albert
Buffle, J . Hughes, JHW KI ten, John
eade, Henry H Bugnes, Jlmsey Rolilgues, B A
Casoo.EJ (col'd) Rofflnes, Frank
Carter, Gilbert Hutchins, J Robinson, Chas
Case tem and, Hughes, HO D
. James R Jackson, Geo Robinson, S J
Cammer, E J Jones, st Julien Salvetee Poe
cameron, James o .-?anghat, J L,
O jones, E Sawer, J H
Canplain,Moses Johnson, Rev ?cott, J j
Campbell, Rob- Samuel Scott, Nathan
ert Johnson, Albert Schweke, Joh H
CsmpbelL?has Johnson, T N Sclsson. C
Onlsolm, Wm Kahn, s mon Schroder, J S
Clark, Jos King, Jebial -mau, Henry
Clark, Charles King, RAF Small, Luke
Gook, J R King street, No Smith, B P
Coltan, AR .417 Sau th all. A B
Gemmell. B R Kohn, Mr sparkman. T J
Cormier, W J Lad son, james Starr, James
Conner, JOhu Lambley, James Stelling, Henry
Coles, John Langley, Aaa strnck, E
(ce.'d) . Law. John Tahflen, W T
Oles. J nil us-H Lawson, Wm Tentlon, Pendle
Connelly. Julius Lee. charles tea -
Crawford, Legare. TS Teoneasey, John
Adam Lewis, PW H
Crump, Dr R G Linsen, John Tessey, David
Da vies. J O .Henry Thomas, w s
Daur, p Link Joseph Thompson, J H
Decker. 0 v roache. Dr G D Thompson, Chas
Drayton, D F Mao), James Thomson, R A
Dutenhoner, A Mao*. Peter Tensiey, Samuel
DuBose, James Martin, Charles Tienken, H
Dunlap A Co, G Melrose. Wm H Varden, J 0
H Mehrtens, L Vanderhorsr, R
Dangan, Jonn Mehrtens, John V
Dye, JR 0 yenning. J R
Kills, Jr, Ber j Michell, Frank Voigts, H
Ery. S 8 Milligan, WU- Von Bollen, Jno
Elliott, Dr TO Uara Walker, Harry
Engelbert, G Mlnderman, Walton, E A
Ennis, Llram , - John Webster, W
Fildreth, Daniel Metcaum, Jas Webber, H J
E Mitchell. John C Wellington,
Fink, Herman Mitchell, Wm E Morris
Fleming, Peter Mitchell, Peter Weston. John
Fortune, Ed- Monsees, John Whltesldes Jno
ward Moseley, H C Williams, Ge >
Oates. Julius McClellan, WB Williams A
Geahagan.Jaa McCordes, Prie- Mnrchson
?Hilson, D B lean Wilson. J K
Glenny, Austin Mccullum, Ja* wolfe, H L
Goldsmith, Hen- E Woodrow, Hen?
ry McDowell, Rev ry
Greene, Charlea James Wright A Co, C
Habenicht P Reabet, John F
Harvey, Jojjrn M Nelson, Jame? Wynne, N
Hamilton. H H D Zeigler. John
IDatrrjts, Jcrarirtj, &z.
NO. 289 KING STRE?T,
OPPOSITE NEW MASONIC TEMPLE.
BICH JE WELBY,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
THEY ABE NOW OFFERING AS LARGE
AND WELL SELECTED STOCK AS HAS
EVER BEEN PRESENTED TO THE CHARLES?
W. 289 KING- STREET.
COUNTRY ORDERS promptly filled, and satis
*?Atton (ruaranteed. novl?-stuth3mOB
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1
EXBCOTIVB DEPARTMENT, j
Whpreas. In pursuance of the provisions of Sec?
tion 3, Chapter 9 or thp General statutes, an elec?
tion was beldon ihe filth da? nf November, 1872.
f ir Electors or President and vice-President of
tue United States, and npon examination or the
r?tulos which, have been received, lt appears
Hon. D. H. Chamberlain, Elector at Large;
Hon. W, li. Nash, Elector at Large;
William Gurney, Elector at Large;
Hon. S. A. swalis. Elector ror the First con?
W. N. Taft, Elector for the Second Congress?
Henry i-parnlek, Electorfor the Third Congress?
ional Lis rtcr ;
Hon. T. J. Mackey, Elector for the Foorth Con?
Have t een daly elected by a majority of the |
vo es cast at said election. We do, therefore, by
virtue of the powers in us vested, certify and de?
clare that the above mentioned parties have been
daly elected to anthe various positions respect?
ively relerred to.
Given under oar hands and the seal or the State |
In the City or Colombia, this 16th day of Novem
ber, In the year of oar Lord one thousand eight
hundred and seventy-two, and In tte ninety-sev?
enth year of th? Independence of the United states
[Signed] F. L. OARDOZO,
Secretary of State.
[Signed] F. J.-MO?ES, Jr..
[Signed] D. H. CHAMBERLAIN,
[Signed] NILES G. PAK KER,
[Signed] J. L. NEAGLE,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. ]
Or -ICS SECRETARY OF STATE j
I. F. L. CARDOZO, Secretary ol State of South
Carolina. In pursuance or the provisions of the
Act above re ferrel to, do hereby cen ny that the
roregolng !B a correct transcript from the state?
ments and declarations of thc Board of State
Canvassers, flied In this office according to said
Act of Assemblv.
Given under my hanl and th? Seal of the State.
(--.?) this 18th day or November, A. D. 1872. and
J L s. in the ninety-seventn year ot American
lw-J Independence. F. L. CARI io/.
nov23 I Secretary or Stare.
F F I C I A L
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA \
EXSCOTIVB LlF.l'AKTMKNT. J
As no further danger ls apprehended by the im?
portation or horses and mules, prohibited by
proclamation ol the 26th day or October last, 1.
Robert K. Sontr, Governor of the Mate of south
Carolina, doheruby annul and cancel said procla?
mation prohibiting euch importation.
Given under my hand aud thc great seal or the
state, at Columbia, this twenty-first
(J-lJ" "~-1 day of November, A.D. 1872, and In
Ls. 1 the ninety-seventh year of the Inde
****** pendenceof the United states of Ame?
ROBERT K. SCOTT, Governor.
F. L. CARDO/?, Secretary or State. DOV23-2
COLUMBIA, S. C.. October 28.
'?THE CHARLESTON J'AI LY NEWS ls hereby
designated as the newspaper ror the publication
of all Legal Notices and Official Advertisements,
ror the County ot Charleston, under the act ol
February 22, ?sro, entitled:.'An ACI IO Regulate
tbe Publication or all Legal and Public Notices,1
and the former order of this Board, dated Febru?
ary 22, 1872, designating the Charleston Dally Re?
publican ?a the newspaper for the publication or I
aU be??al Notices and Official Advertisements for
the County or Charleston, ts hereby rescinded."
? J. L. NEAGLE,
D. H. CHAMBERLAIN,
F. L. CAROOZO,
Secretary or State.
AN ACT TO RCQDZ.ATB TU H PUBLICATION OF ALL LE?
GAL AND PUBLIC NOTICBS.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives or the State ol South
carolina now met and Hitting lu General Assem
bly, and by the authority of the same: lt shall be
the duty or the Attorney General, the Comptrol?
ler General and (he Secretary or state, conjointly,
to designate, by public notice [In] one or more
newspapers In tuts State, in which all legal noti?
ces, advertisements, or publications for the State,
of any and every character required by law to be
made public, shall be published; and said Attor?
ney-General. Comptroller-General and Secretary
of state shall have power te make such changes
and new design it lons from tme to time, aa they
mav judge that the public interest required.
Sxc. 2. All su,te and County officers and other I
persons are hereby required to famish to the
Lewspapers deslgaated uuder this act for the
State and ror the representative counties, ror pub?
lication, all legal notices, ad vcr tl ac ra en ts and pub?
lications, of Ruy and every character required by
law to be madu public; and so legal notice, ad-(
verttaements or publication required by Jaw io be
made public shall have ny valid force or effect
unless published In the newspapers designated
under tbis act ; au cl a o publication of any character,
In any newspaper not designated under this act,
shall De paid for from th" funds or this state or of |
any county : Provided, That the said officers men?
tioned tn section l shall have power, lu cases re?
quiring unusual publicity, to order publications
in such newspapers, in addition to those desig?
nated under this act, as by and with the ad?
vice of the Governor tn ey may select; and bills so j
incurred shall be audited and paid In UBual man?
Sxc. 3. AU acts and parts of acts Inconsistent
here wu b are hereby repealed.
ssc. 4. This act shall take effect from and after
its passage. novll
YOU WILL FIND IT HANDY, USEFUL AND OOH?
. - - CONVENIENT.
THE BEST ARTICLE EVER INVENTED
TO CLEAN AND RENOVATE OLD FURNITURE,
MAKING IT LOOK PERMANENTLY BRIGHT,
EQUAL TO NEW.
DURAND'S FURNITURE POLISH has had an ex
extensive sale wherever Introduced, and no Rood
housekeeper will ever be without a bottle after
once giving lt a trial; lt recommends Itself. The
Polish dries soon after being applied, ann has no
Prepared from the original recipe of Eugene
Durand, No. 40 "ue St. Martin, Paris.
For sale by all Ketall Druggists, Grocers and
Fancy Goods Sitorea In Charleston.
Price fifty cents per bottle.
JOHN F. HENRY,
No. 8 College Place, New York.
The trade supplied by .
PHILIP WI NEMAN & CO.,
No. 35 HAYNE STREET,
Wholesale Agents for the Southern States.
??iatw?, ?rgarw, Ut.
8ALES ROOMS BEAUFAIN STREET
ONE DOOR FROM KING.
JnBt recel ved a select lot or new PIANOFORTES
and CABINET ORGANS, and for sale low lor cash,
or to rent conditionally, the rent applied as pur?
chase money. AU excellent opportunity is now
ottered to purchasers to secare a fine, well-toned
instrument. Satisfaction guaranteed to the pur?
On band and to let, Pianofortes at reduced rates.
Musical Instruments and Mu-leal Merchandise,
together with the latest fashionable M?sle con?
stantly receiving, orders for tuning and repair?
ing promp lv attended to.
nov23-stntblmo HENRY SIEGLING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
Furnished at factory prices for Cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. M'OLENAHAN,
Plano and Musis Store,
BepS-4mo3 No. 191 King street.
. ?rg O0O08, Ut.
FDRCHGOTT, BE\EDI?T& CO..
NO. ?75 IvITSTG STREET,
OFFER FOB THIS WEEK
EX TR AO SDI NA RY BARGAIN'S IN
CARPETS ! CARPETS !
100 pieces Orossley's Best English BRUSSELS,
60 pieces Best Body Bros-ela, $2 25 and $2 60
100 pieces Ingrain, C6 and 75 cents, worth $1
50 pieces All-Wool Ingrato, $1, worth $125
25 pieces Three-ply, $1 40 and $1 50, worth $175.
WE ALSO OFFER, AT GREAT REDUCTION,
OILCLOTHS, Rugs, Mats, Druggets, Ac.
Agents for the Celebrated LBNOLEUM ENG?
LISH OIL CLOTH, the bast in the world.
WE ARE NOW OFFERING UNUSUALLY CHEAP
. ' LOTS OF
SILK8 AND DRESS GOODS !
60 pieces Black Gros Grain and Ta treta SILKS,
$1, 1 25, 1 60, 1 76, 2, 2 60 and $3
5 cases of very floe Black Alpaca, from 80 cents
Onr 60 cents Alpaca ls the finest ever offered
A complete assortment or Satins, Colored Silks,
Valours, Plaids, Bombazine, Henrietta Cloth,
Velvets, Velveteens, Plushes-all at lowest figures.
NEW ARRIVALS OF THE LATEST STYLES OF
PARIS AND BERLIN
O Hi O -?k. K S !
Ladles are re-tpeci fully invited to inspect them.
A roll Uno of the finest SHAWLS.
WILL OFFER FOR THIS WEEK :
100 pieces Wamautta LONGOLOTH, 18 cents
20 cases 4 4 Bleached Longcloth, 12worth 15
2 cases 4 4 Bleached Longcloth, is, worth 17
Full lines of Prints, Ginghams, Table Covers,
Towels, Napkins, Diapers, Piano Covers,
Cotton and Linen Sheeting constantly on
Our well known other Departments are com?
plete, and consist in full Unes of
BLANKETS, Shawls, Furs, Broadcloths, Cassi
meres, Doeskins, Ladles' and Gent's Un?
derwear, Notions, Ribbons, Hosiery, Kid
Gloves, Millinery Goods, Ac.
Our Wholesale Department is the beat selected
one in this market, and special care ls taken to
snit Merchants, Farmers and Milliners.
" - Respectfully,
FUR6HG0TT, BENBDICT & CO.,
NO. ?75 KING STREET.
Heights or Aiken, S. C. General G. J.
RAINS, Professor and Lecturer. For terms apply
to Miss M. A. BUIE,
oct25 Principal of institute, Aiken, S. C.
Cigars, tobacco. Ut.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOOIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO of all kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examine stock before buying else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor,
N.B.-The Wheel of'Fortune constantly on
band. Invest 26 cents and try your luck.
Ornas ano ?Ubicin??.
?mis unrivalled Medicine la warranted not to
contain a single particle or Mercury, or any la
urloua mineral aubstance, bulb
For forty years lt has proved its great value In
all diseases of the Liver, Bowels and Kidneys
Thousands of the good and great IR all parts of
the country vouch for Ita wonderful and peculiar
power In purifying the Blood, stimulating tue
torpid Liver and Bowels, and Imparting new life
and vigor to the whole system, SIMMONS'S
LIVER REGULATOR ls acknowledged to have
no equal aa a
It contains four medical elements, never nnlted
In the same happy proportion In any other pre?
paration, viz: a gentle Cathartic, a wonderful
Tonic, an unexceptionable Alterative nnd a cer?
tain Corrective or all Impurities or the body.
Such signal success has attended Its use that lt is
now regarded aa the
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
Tor Liver Complaint and the painful offspring
thereof, to wit: Dyspepsia, Constipation, Jann
dlc?, Billons attacks, Sick Headache, Colic. De?
pression or Spirits, Sour Stomach, Heart Burn,
Regulate the Liver and prevent .
CHILLS AND FEVER.
SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR
Is manufactured only by
J. H ZEILINA CO.,
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
PRICE-%\ per package; sent by mall postage
paid, $126. ?repared ready for use In Do.ties,
For sale by P. WINEMAN A CO.
AND BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
MW Beware of all caunterreita and Imlta
JJRUGS AND MEDICINE?
WHOIiBSAJ^E <fc RETAUu
DR. H. BAER,
NO. 131 MEETING aT REETZ.
Offers bia Large and Well-AsBortcd Stock of
.??? ? , ,
esc, etc., AC,
AT THE LOWEST MARKET KATES.
Constantly on hand all the ding Proprietary
FRENCH, ENGLISH. GERMAN AND
FOUNTAIN SYRINGES, tuc best and most COD
ventent for general use.
Also, every other kind of Syringe known in the
Trusses, Abdominal Supporters, Shoulder
Braces, Abdominal Belts, Physicians' Saddle
Bags, physicians' Pocket-Cases, Elastic Stockmgs
and Medicine chests.
Druggists' Glassware, of every description, at j
the lowest rates, and a full assortment of "Drug?
Agent ror Hanan's ''Crystal Discovery ror the
Agent for the "New TorK Medical University's
Agent for Rlson'a Tobacco Antidote, and Up
nam's Antidote to Strong Drink.
Agent for the elegant preparations or w. R.
Warner A Co., or Philadelphia, consisting of a
full line of Fluid Extracts, Sugjr-Coated Pllio,
Elixirs, Medicated Wines and Syrups, Licorice
and Pepaln Lozenges, Ac, Ac.
Special attention la directed to the following
articles or hla own manufacture:
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL!
An excellent Carminative, Invaluable In the
diseases Incident to the period of dentition
children; as also In colic, diarrhoea, dysentery,
and other infantile complaints. It ls superior to
other medicines used ror this purpose, as it la en?
tirely free from any Injurious drug, and
CONTAINS NO ANODYNE I
It la recommended by the best physicians, and
mothers may administer lt with confidence.
THE EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIO,
la a carefully prepared Dressing for the hair, at
once answering the purposes of halt oil, hair
wash, and hair tonic. It contains no aulphur
lead, or nitrate of atlver, and la
NO DYE 1
It will promote a healthy growth of hair, and
prevent their fulling out, and will not injure the
Baer's Improved Vegetable
A gentle Aperient, or purely vegetable sub?
stances, recommended ror Dyspepsia, Headache
Constipation, Ac, Ac.
DOUBLE DISTILLED BENZINE,
for removing grease spots, and cleaning clothes.
None but th Purest Drugs used, and satisfa :?
tlon guaranted, both as to price and quality.
Order are solicited from Druggists, Phys.clans,
Country Merchants, Planters and others, with the
assurance that they shall receive prompt and
earful attention. * mch7-8m OSDCAW
DR. FTTLER'S VEGETABLE RHEU?
Warranted under oath never to have failed to
onre. 26,600 Certificates or testimonials of cure,,
Including Rev. C. H. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvania; 1
Rev. Joaeph Beggs, Falls or Schuylkill, Philadel?
phia; the wire of Rev. J. B. Davis, UlKhtstown.
Now Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia: Hon. J V. Greeley, member Con?
gress from Philadelphia; Bon. Judge Lee, Cam?
den, New Jersey; ex-Senator Stewart, Baltimore;
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands of
otherB. Warranted to cure or money refunded.
DB. GEO. CAULIER, Agent,
Jnlyl-lyr Charleston. 8.0.
TfcEAT THE HUMAN MACHINE GENT?
LY.-The Winding pass age,, thirty feet in
length through which the main posion or the,
waste matter of the .-y stem ls discharged, ls lined.
with a membrane as delicate aa silk and as sensi?
tive as a net-work of nerves eau make lt. Neither
constipation, cholle diarrhoea, dysentery -or any
other bowel complaint can be ? urea by abusing
and convulsing this tender memnrane with a
furious purgative The best and safest remedy '
In such cases ls that mild balsamic and delightful
Tarrant'* Effervescent Seltzer Aperient,
which heals, tones and Invigorates the Irritated
intestines, while lt relieves them from the mot-,
bid humors Which. provoke abdominal disease. :
Sold by all druggists. ? ? '. ' . nov0-24
^gncnltrire, ijorticnUurr, a?r.
ROSES, EVERGREEN, GRAPE VINES,
AC. AC. . . -
Wethe undersigned beg to return our sincere
thanks to our friends and the publio lu the pas?
tor their patronage. We beg a continuance of the
same m the future. We have for sale
One thousand ROSES
One hundred Grape Vines
And a large stock or Evergreens.
Gardens laid out to insure satlsractlon.
' WALTER WEBB. SR.,
.. . WALTER WEBB, JR.,
novl-athlO No. 40 King street.
fr.atto?, Slgricnlinral 3mpUmeni0/ 8t. u
HART & CO.
Are AGENTS For
AVERY & SONS' PLOUGHS.
A Plough, with Scraper, Bull Tongue, Turning and Shovel
Mould, Complete, for $15 25.
Or if the Dixon Sweep be preferred to the Shovel Mould,
price $15 25.
We have also a Full Assortment of One and Two Horse
Ploughs, both Cast and Steel, of AVERY & S G NS, as well as
ALSO A FULL LINE OF
FAIRBANKS S O AL ES.
BURDICK'S HAY AND FODDER CUTTER.
We are also in Beoeipt of a Full Line of
SWEDES IRON, HOES,
ENGLISH IRON, TRACES,
HOOP IRON, NAILS,
PLOUGH STEEL, ROPE,
TURPENTINE HACKS, PLOUGH LINES,
TURPENTINE TOOLS, GUNS,
MILL STONES, PISTOLS,
BEST FISH LINES
HART Ac O O
39 Hayne Street, and Corner of Kine: and. Market.
octl-'atnsDic ? CHARX1E8TOIV, S. C.
Clothing ano innugrjing, ?ood?
NEW STO?E !
NEW GOODS !
MENKE & MULLER,
TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TC
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
. AND CHOICE i ?ATE RIALS
FOR, CUSTOM WORK.
AN INSPECTION OF THE
GOODS AND PRICES
. IN. THEIR -
COR, KING AND WENTWORTH ST3.,
IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
Cl) in a, Cror kerri, &z.
~CHINA, GLASS A-?D- CROCKERY,^
AT THE Ol? O STA SD,
KINO STREET, CORNER OF LIBERTY STREET.
The Subscriber -would i-eapeotfolly inform hie
friends and the public thar his stock la now com?
plete In CHINA, GLASS AND CROCKERY, Plain
white and Fancy China, >11aaa and Fancy China
Goods, Lamps, Shades, Ac, ; Ac
. ootlO-thBiuBmoa R. H MCDOWELL, Agent.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
CHA.BLEST03V, 8. C.
8S3S8888 ... . . . 88SS8S8S...
S.-SSS OUU 110 H8SS3
888 . 888
' SS STAB jg?
sis SHIRT sss
SSSSSS EMPORIUM SSSSSS
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. - 88S8S
si : ? ? l'?
une Proprietor of the above Establishment bas
Just returned from New York with a new and
well selected Stock or tbe Celeoraied
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
AJ-30, A FINK A930RTMSNT 0F|
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Shaker Flannel, Wool and Herl n o, Cotton Flan?
nel, shirts and Drawers, all grades an'*, all sizes.
English Merino and Cotton Half Hose.
Also, a'mu selection of the latest Novelties In
English Windsor Scarfs, Marquise Scarfs,
Lord Stanley Scans, Livingston Cravats,
Chancellor Searls, Bows aod Hes.
Gray's PAPER COLLARS of all descriptions.
Walking Canes and Umbrellas.
E.. SCOTT, "
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE HARKET HAI -
rjlHE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER A WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST,.
Weare now selling ?ese superior MACHINES
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promttf.
WIIEELEB A WILSON MANOFG CO., ?
aprt iyr No, i?9 King street.
auction S?Ue^Snmt Sias?.'
% WM. M?rXAY,
Wo. 45 WentworUi street,
ONE HUNDRED FINE SINGING CANA?
RIES Imported /rora Germany.. Every Bird
warranted. Call and seltnem at my atora. Will
oe sold TO DAY, at private sale, balance at auc
Uon on Monday. Cali soon and secare a choice
Bird._ ?' ,; .... . ... OOVS8
REFEREE'S SALE;-PATRICK P. JEN?
NINGS, ad. estate T. J. Jenntogs,against P.
U. Felder and others, creditors and heirs o? T. i.
Under an order in the Common Pleas lo this
?ase, '.here will be sold at WMterboro by the sheriff
of Colleton, on the first MONDAT in December
next, for one-half (Ji) ca<b, the ether half to be at
the option of the purchaser; also, cash on a credit
of one year, secured by bond and mortgage exe?
cuted to the Referee in thia case, the bonds with
Interest from date. Purchasers paying for papen*
and recording: ,. .
I. That large body or TIMBER LAND In Collo
ton County, being all the land of which John T.
Jennings had seized In that county; containing,
as is supposed, about twenty Ave thousand (26,000)
acres. These lands include a good deal of welt
umbered land, as well as farming land, and treat
facilities for market by tie Edlsto River; there is
a dwelling and other buildings on the land.
- lt.- On the same day;and at the tame place,
four (4) STEAM SAW MILLS in good running or?
III. On the samedav at Orangeburg,'by thesht r
iff or that county, and on the terms prescribed fur
the Colleton land, a Tract of twenty five hundred
(2,600) acre*, more or leas, lylug'ln che Jonevon of
the North and South Edlsto Rivers, and bounded
south by them, north by land of M. Murphey,
Daniel Murphey and Mrs.- dane, east by H. T. Hhoo?
ma Icerand H. Jenninta, and west by E. Smoke
and John Rasterlln. On the place ls a large, hand?
some dwelling house, and all necessary outbuild?
A TRACT in same nelgnoorhood, bountied by
rands or J. D. Clectly, 8. Dibble, John Et norlin
and George Kitreil, containing (200) two hnhdred
acreB, more or leas. M. GLOVER. -
"OTIS ?2 _Referee.
ALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE,
i will sell on Sales-day rn December next, at
Se Farm .known aa the BROOK* FARM, lying
ly within the incorpora'o limits of the city of
Greenvale, on the Augusta road.: .It. con ?In?
about one hundred and eight? acres, part of.lt la
a high st te or cultivation; well adapted to grata
and cotton; one orchard of peach irees. i .
The House la a large two-story i ne, with ten
rooms, wUh flrr-plices, large Stables 'add Barna;
with double Brick Kitchen, and three double
framed Cabins. .
It la oue or the most desirable places offered for
sale in-thia county. ..' '~. :..?.<! oj
Terms-One-half cash, vhe-balance ona credit .
or twelve months, with interestat -ten per cent.
Purchaser to give bond and mortgage to -secure
the purchase money. T. C. GOWER, Agent.
Greenville, 8. c.. November io, 1872, nov*a=4
By W. Y. LEITCH & II. S. BRUN S. t
THREE STORY BRICK RESIDENCE
ANO STORE, No. 04 Anson street, opposite
CathoitcChurch.; - . .?-.,<.,
Will be sold on TUESDAY, 26 th Instant, at" tho
Postonce, at ll o'clock, . - UUMJA I/JTO??
That desirable TB BEE-STORY BRICK..-RESI?
DE v CE ANO .-TOKE, with Bake Bouse and IarYe
fine Cistern, known as No. M Anson street, rormer
ly occupied fl? a- irakery. Lot measures ZtJeet
Lf roo t by 102 feet In dep - h. ? s
r Terms-One-half cash, balance m ope year,
with interest. Property to be Insured and'policy
assigned. Purchaser, to pay us for. papen and
stamps. - .. .'. noval
auctioiucirs' ftritmte ?oLeo, Ut.
By H. H. DeLEON. ..."
VALUABLE PBOPRRTY ATJPRLYATB
SALE. , . ..
A VALUABLE PL AN l'A i ION, nme miles from
this city, fronting on the h tono. River, containing
about 2000 acres, more or leas, of ; he beat Cotton,
Rice and Phosphate Lands in the State*. Of tho
Phosphate lands there are rrom 600.to ooo ac ea
estimated, from examination, to contain ah ont
looo tuns por acre or roes, rion in bone phos?
phate i f hine, averaging from 67 to 60 per cent.,
un the Plantation ls a well graded trararoad.
about 1J? miles long, .leading to the phosphate
diggings. There are about eooacres of verynne
Cotton and Bice Lands, a larg- portion of, which
la UL der ruh cultivation ; the remainder ls uncul?
tivated and mostly heavily timbered. 2' ? < >
A lease for a term o?_ye?ra of a PHOSPHATE
PLANTATION, lying on a navigable river ennve*
nient of access from the etty, co ru sining.-shoot
3000 acre-, more or less, severalhundred or which
are richly supplied with Phosphates, and will
yield from 700 to 1000 to?a per acre; the remain?
der ls partly nnner fine cultivation, and part y tn
well timbered lona, .aha Plantation ls fully pop.
plied with machinery for Immediate work,' all
needed buildings and a commodious wharL fino
AUO, ? .
A VALUABLE COTTON AND RICE PLANTA?
TION, containing Phosphates, >messurlng about
-700 acres, more or leas? fronting on the.Edlsto
River. v. . ' ;
For further information apply to t ?J )< .. I? i
H. H.DKLEOV. .. .
Broker and Real Estate Age? t,"
nov23-2 No. ?4 Broad street. Charleston,- tk- C '
By ALONZO J. WHITE & SSS
WHARF LOT.'CONOOBD STKBM
Extending to Channel Cooper River. 1
Will be Bold at Private Sale, that eligibly locat?
ed WHARF LOT, on east side Concord street,
. s' ween Hamlin A Fairchild's wharf and Hunter's
wharf; m-asurlng 125' feet front on Concord
street to Channel Cooper River. .,,.
For partioolara apply a? above. nov23-amw8
B? J. FRASER MATHE WES* ,
BUILDING LOT ON SULTAN'S IS?
i will be sold,on TUESDAY,, December ,3d, near
i the Postofnce, at ll o'clock, ..>..?.
LOT No. 102, Hume's Plat of Sullivan's Island,
on south side of Middle street, being second. Lot
east of Kort Moultrie, containing about half an
acre, more or le-s.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay me for papers.
BROADWAYS, VIRGINIAS. /.Giff.
JACKSONS. GOLDEN OATES AK?
MOUNT VIBNONB. NIW STTLM.
SOLD EVKBYWHBBB. POVUrlA.
every (__- .
In rererence to said work. ? ..._? . I-f-fj
Befercnces: Mr. B. O'Neill,
No. 180 East Bay: Messrs. H. Bischoff A Ca, Whole?
sale Grocers, East Bay: MrJrnnnas A Baynard,
Public Adjuster ^gf^gBt^ \ .
No. 4 Cumberland street, '
? ?rano ^istribottOTi. ;,
THE KENTUCKY -
LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT.
0500,000 IN BANK TO PAY ALL
GIFTS. * . . .\"^Z
A FULL DrtAVyjfSraIN .SIGHT.
$100,000 FOR ONLY $1Q
At the Seoofld Grand Gift Concert, authorised
by, special act or the Legislature, in ala of the
Public Library or Kentucky, unavoidably post?
poned from september 28 to December <t and;
which positively and unequivocally occurs m
LouLsvl le, Ky., saturday, December 7, 1672, With:"
out further delay on any account whatever, tM
following Cash Gifts are for distribution by lot
among the ticket holders: ,
ONE URA.VD GIFTr<3A8H^-.v:...;..A\i;'*ieO.00O
ONE GRAND GIFT;.-..;..........M.p??
'?'> '.> '? -> . .;.'-*:MA0Bi
1 Cash Girt.$25.00r| 4 Cash Girts....12,000
l cash Girt.$20,000 16 cash Gitu...:$i;o? .
i Cash Gut..$16,000 , 20 Cash Girts.... SMt
1 Caan Gift.$10,090 21 oash Girts.... woo "
1 cash Girt.$9 ooo 25 ca-h Girts:..'. ' $700 .
1 CJB? Girt. $8,000 sscash Gifts;.:, sa? '
1 Cash Gilt...:.. $1,000 46 Cash Gifts.... $500 ':
ICash Gift. ?8,000 60 Cash Gifts.... $400
1 Cash Giff...... $5,000 I ?50Gjph Gifts.... *3*0
leash Gift.:.... $4,000 1 lOO.Caah Gina.:',, ?soo
I cash Gift...... $8.000 I 612 Cash Gifts.... $>00.
Total-1000 Girts, all Cash..-.$?W,000
The money to pay all these Gifts 1 ls now upes .
deposit, and set apart for that purpose,; in _the _
Farmers' and Drovers' BanK. as will be seen ny "
the following certtfloate of -the Cashier:
FAKKKSB' AND D HOT?aa' BANK, 15 ?
"? . LOOTSnrxB, Xv., Septemoer 2*187*. f ~~
Tb i s ls to certify that there ls now on deposit-*
tn thu ban* over Half a Minion. ^Dojlart X07
the credit of the. Gift Concert .Fund, $600,000 or..
wnictt ts held by this bank ?? . Treasurer of tte "
Fnblic Library, of Kentucky,ta ?ay; ortattfOtTiVii
Price of Tickets. .-j
Whole Tickets, $10; Halves, $5; Quarters, $350;
II Whole Tickets ror $100; 28 ror $265; 65 for $500:
113 for $1000; ?85 ror $2600; 675 ror $5000. *o
discount on less than $100 w orth of. tickets at a
The drawing will positively and- unequivocally
take place December 7. Agen' Bare peremptorily
required to elmo sales and make returns Novem?
ber 2f, In order to give ample time Tor th Heal
arrangements. Orders for Tickets or applications
for circulars should be addressed to ., .., .
. Gov. THO ? AS K. BRAHLETTE,
Agent Public Library cf, Keatucr.y,. Louisville,
K?ntuoky. . = wiMflSAWi