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OUR SOUTH ATLANTIC NEIGHBORS.
-Hon. Alexander H. Stephens 1B sixty-lour
-DalttdEb holding her breath over a case
-Bob Lee, a celebrated horse ol Atlanta,
has succumbed to the epizootic.
-Light and airy oxen prance wllh Omni?
busses and express wagons in Atlanta.
-^-Atady of Cobb County raised four bags of
cotton with the labor of her own hands this
. -Colonel William Choice and Captain Har?
rison Watters bare been settling a little ieud
In Borne with knives.
-The assets ot the Bank of Georgia have
been distributed among, the stockholders, and
the reoelver. George A. Mercer, discharged.
Kt -Mr. Stephens ls announced as in the sena?
torial race, and ls supported by the Atlanta
Bun, the Washington Gazette, the Borne
Cornier, and LA Grange Reporter.
-The wife ot a Wilkes County man aston?
ished him with a brace of fine boys. The feel?
ings of the broken-hearted husband and father |
L may be Imagined.
^ -Mr. A. Newton, Jr., of Jasper County, who I
started, after the war, with nothing but a
horse and saddle, ls now the possessor of two |
thousand acres of land, twenty work mules,
and other things iu proportion, and all paid ?
for. His average crop of cotton is one hun?
-The Qultman Banner has this: "Mr. Hen- ?
ry Sturgee, of this county, Informs us that ai
negro man on rda plantation (ihe 'Hunter |
Place,') with two mnies, raised the present
year twenty-six bales ol cotton and one hun?
dred boah ela- of corn, besides cultivating a
large garden for als own use. The negro had
no assistance other than members of his own I
family. He received for his services, one-j
half the.cotton and corn-netting him up?
wards of one thousand dollars. This ls a flue
Incomafrom a 'two-horse farm.'
-The Canaanites near Augusta are grad
ully seceding.: : They are ail Massachusetts
fanatics, but. even a Massachusetts lanatic |
has a little gleam of reason. Curry, the
leader, says, he is the savior ot the world,
and goes around barefoot, with nothing on
but a cravat. He has abolished the laws of
marriage In the community, bas taken all the
Jewelry of his followers, and attempted other J
little eccentricities. As a consequence, the
more sensible portion of these humbugs have J
retired to the sbadows of Plymontb Bock.
-In May, 1871, Miss Sarah Richards, of J
Greene County, was murdered in her house
and the building burned. Her charred and
disfigured remains were found among the
. ruins, hut no due could be obtained. A few
days ago a negro woman brought a watch to a
jeweller In Greensboro'for repair, which be at
once identified aathe property ot the murder?
ed lady. The Herald says the possession of
the watch bas been traced to Willey Bangh, a
freedman, who alleges ho obtained lt from
George Couelan, also a freedman, who denies
lt.. ' They have each been beld to ball lo a
bond ol one hundred dollars, which ls simply
a mockery of Justice.
-Frost has reached as far down as Jack-1
-The St. James Hotel, Jacksonville, will be
opened thia week.
-Tea grows in the streets of Jacksonville.
. -Fernandina Is to have a Lyceum Asso?
-A cigar factory bas been started at Key
Weet, Florida, which will employ five hundred
-Florida ships weekly to Cuba a thousand !
g head of cattle, which are grazed on theflavan-1
nas In the southern part of the State.
I * -Work bas commenced on the railroad be?
tween Jacksonville and St. Augustine. It will
bea narrow-gauge and forty miles long.
. -Louisiana la shipping moss to Jackson
vtlle to be prepared for market. Tbe Bupply
of Florida moss 1B falling off.
-The late-cold smtp has not ID ju reH bananas
or oranges In Florida. The crop ct t e latter |
is large and ls rapidly going to mar. -".
-The appropriation for the Improvement of
the St. John's bar having been exhausted, the
steamer heretofore employed In tbat work
has been withdrawn.
-The shipment of sugar, syrup?, hides,
moss and cotton from Palatka is constantly In- j
B creasing, and Indicates prosperity among ihe
? planters on the upper St. Johns and Ockla
-The St. Augustine city election on Friday
last passed off quietly, resulting In the election
of the following: For mayor, William J. Wat?
kins, re-elected. For clerk and treasurer,
Coarles F. Perpal), re-elected. For marshal
and collector. John C. Cano va, re-elected.
For aldermen, R. H. Gordon, G. H. H. Wal- j
toa, re-elected, J. S. Bell, T. F. House, M. S.
TJslnL, B. F. Oliveros.
-Tba Palatka Herald says of the Great
Okeechobee Lake : ult ls large enough to float
all the navies In the world. You can there see
animals nowhere mentioned in books on ani?
mated nature. This lake !B sixty miles long
and from ten to twenty miles wide; lt ls far
beyond the- habitation ot civilized man; Its
shores are seldom troubled by hunters, and
even the Indians keep far south of Its bor?
-This from the Palatka Herald: "No
special crop has attracted more attention of
late years than the orange. The localities in
which lt can be profitably cultivated are re?
stricted to Florida, and statements concern?
ing the profitableness ol orange cnllure are
most attractive, and show how large fortunes
may be made in a few years. Failures of in- j
considerate enterprises can be traced In every
branch ol business. Bat with a properly se?
lected locality, and with care and cultivation j
necessary for the success of any crop, orange
culture offers a splendid field for profitable In?
THE NEW YORK VEGETABLE AND j
The Da??y' Bulletin of Monday, November |
Common potatoes are without quotable
change. Sweets are scarce and firm. Our
quotations for potatoes are In bulk-, in shipping
order 60c per barrel must be added.. We
quote: Peachblowa $2 50aS; Early Rose al
$2a2 50; Early Goodrich and Jackson whites
at $2, and Dyrlghts SI 25al 75. Sweets
' $3 76a4 per bbl for ' Virginia, and $4 for
Delaware. We quote: Vegetables: Red onions,
per bbl $2 60a3; do yellow $.150a3; do Connec?
ticut white, $4a4 50 per bbl. fcquasb, marrow?
fat, per bbl, Hal 25. Russia turnips. $1 75 per j
bbl, white turnip?. $1 25 per bbl. Cabbages,
46a9 per 100. Bed cabbages. $8al0. Beets,
U?rSpy, $1 25al 50. ' Carrots, per bbl $1 25a2.
Celery, gi 76 per dozen. Cauliflower, $la3 50 j
.per. dozen. <,.
Apples are moderately active and steady.
Other fruits.are without essential change.
We quote: Apples, Newtown pippins $3a4;
York pippins $3a3 60; greenings $2 75a$3;
Baldwins ?2 75a3; Spitzen berg $3a3 60; river
stock,; all .varieties, $2*2 50; and Jersey, In
bulk, $160a2 per bbl. Pears-California,
Winter Nells $5a6 50; Easter Buerre $5a5 60;'
Glou Morceau $5a5 50 per case. Grapes, Isa:
bella, per lo 5a6c; Catawba, do. 8a9c; Diana, do
6 ?9c. Cranberries, prime S10al2 per bbl; per
crate $3 60; do, fair to good $2 75a3 25.
HERBY. CLAY AS A CAED-PLAYKB.-In Harper's
Magazine for December tbe "Old Stager" takes
another ramble through bis memory, gossip?
ing thu time of rotation-in office, of relatives
' in .Congress (only once have father and son
represented the same State at one time in both
Houses, ) oaVthe navy and old navy quarrels, or
gambling in Washington, and a poet a vagaries. I
Whist, he remarks, was a favorite game with
lbe foreign ministers and the elder statesmen
of a good many years ago. Mr. Clay. General
Scott, Mr. Bodisco, and Minister Fox often
played together, a hundred dollars belog the
usual stake. Governor Marcy liked tbe game, !
but not the betting; Mri Webster played it, but
indifferently; and President Tyler gave many |
a rainy day to loo in the White House. Public
opinion waa in an amiable mood then SB re?
garded gambling. "At a party given by tbe
wife of a Cabinet minister, Mrs. Clay, chaper?
oning a young lady from the North, passed
throogh a room where gentlemen were playing
cards. Mr. Clay among the number.
" 'Ie this a common practice ?' inquired the
" 'Yes.' said Mrs. Clay: 'they always play
when they get together.'
M 'Doesn't it distress you to have Mr. Clay !
.* 'No, my dear,' said ihe good old lady, com?
posedly; 'he' most always wins.' "
NEW YOEE FASHIONS ut HATE.-The number
of our prematurely gray young women on the
streets dressed in the height of fashion, and
stylish, attracts attention. The hair is not
powdered or frosted, but is really gray. One
would hardly credit the fact, but a fact it is,
that a chemical process is resorted to to bleach
the hair white. The reigo of the blonde is
over, and tbe old term "tow-head" passes from
room to room. Golden looks are at a discount.
Baven tresses are vulgar, and snowy hair is
the&yle. The highest-priced wigs are gray,
ancniot black or auburn. Such is the tyranny
of fashion that young girls with black and j
jHibura hair are crazy to have a bleached head. J
??o?t?f gboiSt Ut.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
ELI AS & BROS..
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALERS
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
368 KING STREET,
CORN KR OP GEORGE STREET,
Reppectrully solicit the continuance of
the patronage BO liberally bestowed on
them by the ciMzn s of Charleston and
One or the arm has Just returnrd from
th? North, and purchase*! tn Boston ju9t
before the large Ure there; all of which we
offer to the Wholesale Buyers at great ad?
vantages and guarantee them a Bavlng of
at least io to is per cent.
We are offering all of our purchases now
at less than former prices, and regardless
to the advance or price? now.
To our Retail Customers we would say
that a*heretofore we shall do our best to
please them by polite attention and cour?
No trouble to shew goods. We keep
only a co ?a qui li ty of Boots and Shoes,
and priceH that defy competition.
Our motte IR, LARGE SALES AND
- AS A SPECIALTY !
To Mothers we would sav that we con?
tinue to keep a lanre stock of that celebra?
ted SILVER TIPPED SBOE, of Philadel?
Constantly oa hand and receiving by
every steamer from Philadelphia a floe
and well selected stock of Hand-sewed
Bootsand Shoes, for Ladles, Gents, MUses
and Children, of the best Philadelphia
manufacture, sil of which we guarantee
to give satisfaction, and would res pee tr ol?
ly solicit a call at
ELIAS & BROS.,
No- 368 KING STREET,
. CORNER OF GEORGE STREET.
P.S.-We also inform our friends and
the public In general that we will open a
Branch store on or about the 2d of De?
cember next. exclusively for the sale of
One Boots and shoea. at the corner of
King and Wentworth streets, Masonic
Temple Ballding, ander the Arm and
LEWIS ELIAS & 60.
ID at tb es, 3 tra J: ;rg, Ut.
NO. 289 KING STREET,
OPPOSITE NEW MASONIC TEMPLE
BICH JE WELBY,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
THEY ARE NOW OFFERING AS LARGE
AND WELL SELECTED STOCK A8 HAS
EVER BEEN PBESENTED TO THE CHARLES?
NO. 289 KING STREET.
COUNTRY ORDERS promptly filled, and satis
action guaranteed. novia-stuth3moB
OUABLBSTON, S. O., September 27, 1872.
On ana after SUNDAY, septem&er 29, the Pas-i
senger Trains on the Sooth Carolina Railroad will
ron as follows:
Leave Charleston. 9.30 A H
Arrive at Columbia. 6.20 r M
Leave Charleston.8 so A IC
arrive at Augusta.MO r M
Leave Columbia.9 03 A M
Arrive at Charleston.4.30 r H
Leave Augusta. 0.0 J A st
Arrive at charleston.4.30 r ii
COLUMBIA NIGHT BXPKKSfl.
Leave Charleston.~. 7.10 r u
Arrive at columbia.e. so A ii
Leave Columbia.7.60 r a
Arrive at charleston.0.46 A M
AUGUSTA MIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston. 8 30 r ll
Arrive at Augusta.T.86 A M
Leave Augusta.?.o.i6 r M
Arrive at Charleston:.6.60 A M
8 UMMS R VILLIS TRAIN
Leave Summerville at.7.26 ? x
Arrive at Charleston.8.40 A X
Leavo Charleston.8.26 r il
Arrive at Summerville. 4.40 r M
CAW) RN THAIN.
Leave Camden.. ?.7.20 A M
Arrive at Colombia.11.66 A M
Leave Columbia.2.10 r a
Arrive at Camden.8.66 r a
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta with
Macon and Augusta Railroad, Central Railroad
and Georgia Railroad. This ls the qnlokest and
most direct route and as comfortable and cheap as
any other route to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago,
St. Louis arid all other points West ai.d Northwest!
Colombia Night Train connects with ?reenvide
and Columbia Railroad; and Day and Night Trains
connect with Charlotte Road.
Toronga tickets on sale via this route to all
Camden Train connects at Ringville dany (ex?
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
runa '.brough to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
8. B. PIOKENS. G. T. A._sep27
N~ OBTHEASTEBN RAILROAD COM
CHARLESTON, S. C., Jane 8, 1872.
Trains will leave Charleston Dally at 10.16 A. M
and 8.00 P.M.
Arrive at charleston 8.00 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 8 P. M.
Train docs not leave Charleston a.co p. M., SUN.
Tram leaving 10.15 A. M. makes ?irough connec?
tion to New Vork, via Richmond and Acquis
Creek only, going through In 44 hours.
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P. M Train hove
cholee of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and- Baltimore. Those leaving
FBI DAT by this Train lay over on SUNDAY in Bal
timora Thos? leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN?
DAY In Wilmington, N. C.
This ls tho cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant ronte to ciaclnuatl, Chicago and other pointe
West and No thwest, botn Trains making con?
nections at Washington with Western Trains of
Ba; t ; moro and Ohio Railroa ).
X. 8. SOLOMONS, .
EoRinecr and Superintendent.
P. I.. OLRAPQR. (len. Ticket Agent, mayal
SAVANNAH" AND CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, jane 13, 1872.
On and after MONDAY. Jone 17th, the Pas?
senger Trains on this Road will run aa follows:
Leave Charleston dally.3.30 p. M.
Arrive at savannah dally.9.45 P. M.
Leave Savannah dally.,.11.30 p. M.
Arr ive at Charleston daily. 7 A. M.
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 7.40 A. M
Arrive at Savannah, SonoayBexcepted. 8.30 P. ti,
Leave Sa van s ah, Sundays excepted... 11 A. it.
Arrive av Charleston, sundays exe'ted. 6.60 P.M.
Passengers from Charleston by 7.40 A. M. tram
make close connection with Port 1 toy al Railroad
for all Stations on that Road, (Sundays excepted, )
Freight forwarded dally on through bills of lad
lng to points in Florida and "by Savannah line of
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
freights for Beaufort and points.on Port Royal
Railroad and ai- as low rates as by any otter ima
Tlckots on sale at this office for Beaufort ovot
Port Royal Railroad. 0. S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent
s. 0. BOYLSTON, Gen'l Ft and Ticket Agent.
Or BBB. Cosmical*. $ft
JQR?GS A NU-BTE p ICIN ES
WHOLESALE *fc RETAH,.
DR. H. BAER,
NO. 131 M E ETI NO,?T REE T .
Offers his Large and Well-Assorted Stock of. '
Ac, Ac, Ac,
AT THE LO WEIST MA UKET HATES.
Constantly on band ail the ding Proprietary
Medicines- '' ','
FRENCH, ENGLISH j CERNIAN AND
FOUNTAIN SYRINGES, the beat and most con
yenjent .for general .abe. ;
Also, every other kind of Syringe known in the
Trasses, Abdominal Supp or tern, Shoulder
Braces, Abdominal Belts, Physicians' Saddie
Bags, Physicians' p. eke t-Cases, Elastic Stockings
and Medicine cheeta.
Druggists' Glassware, of every description, at j
the lowest rates, and a full assortment of "Drug
Agent for Nattan'a ?-Orystal Discovery for the |
Agent for the "NewYork 'Medical University's
Agent for RIson's Tobacco Antidote, and Up
ham's Antidote to Strong Drink.
Agent for the ..elegant, preparations or W. R.
Warner A Co., of Philadelphia, consisting of a
run line or Fluid Extracts, Sugar-coated Pills,
Elixirs, Medicated Wines.and Syrups, Licorice j
and Pepsin Lozenges, Ac, Ac
Special attention ls directed to the fallowing
articles of his own manufacture :
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL I
An excellent Carminative, m valuable in the
diseases incident to the period of dentition
children; as also m collo, diarrhoea, dysentery,
and other infantile complaints. It is superior to
other medicines used for this put pose, aa lt 1B en?
tirely free from any Injurious drag, and
CONTAINS NO ANODYNE 1
It ls recommended bj tte beat physicians, and
mothers may administer lt with confidence.
THE EXCEL8IOR HAIR TONIO,
ls a carefully prepared Dressing for the bair, at
once answering the purposes of hair ol), hair
wash, and hair tonic It contains no sulphur
lead, or nitrate of silver, And ls
NO DYE I
It will promote a healthy growth of hair, and
prevent their falling ont, and will not injure the
general By s tem. .
Baer's Improved Vegetable
A gentle Aperient, of purely vegetable sub?
stances, recommended for Dyspepsia, Headache
Constipation, Ac, Ac
DOUBLE DISTILLED BENZINE,
for removing grease spots, and cleaning clothes.
None bnt th Pnreat Druga used, and aatlafa .
tlongoaranted, both as to price and quality.
Order are solicited from Druggists, Phys clans,
Country Merchants, Planters and o thors, with the
assurance that they shall receive prompt and
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION OF.
MEAT J I"ICE.
Just received, a large supply of the above. Fact
bottle contains fonr poonda of the best Beef, ex?
clusive of fat; can be used with cold or waroo
water; also can be talton with Codhver on, ann
J est roys the taste of the Oil.
Tre only food for delicate ohlldren.
Thia 1B much superior to the "Extractor Beer,"
aeretofo-e offered to the pnbllc as will be fount)
upon trial. For Bale by ,Dr. H. BAER,
InnT_No. lg Meeting streiet
DR. FTTLER'S VEGETABLE RHEU?
Warranted under oath never to have railed to
cure. 38,600 Certificat es or testimonials or cure,
including Rev. C. H. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvania;
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls of Schuylkill, Phlladel
Blila; the wife or" RevfTT B. Davis, Hurhtstown,
ew Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia; Hon. J V. Creelev, member Con?
gress from Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, Cam?
den, "New Jersey;ex-Seuntor stewart, Baltimore;
ex-Governor rowell, Kentucky, aud thousands ur
others. Warranted tocure or money rotunded.
Da. GEO. CA ULI ER, agent,
Julyl-lyr charleston. S.O.
rpREAT THE HUMAN-MACHINE GENT
X LY.-The winding passage, thirty feet in
leng'h through which the main portion of the
waste matter of the system le discharged, ls lined
with a membrane aa delicate as silk and aa sensi?
tive as t. nec-wors of nerves can make it. Neither
constipation, cholle, diarrhoea, dysentery or any
Other bo ?rel complaint can be rared by abusing
and convulsing this. lender membrane with a
ru nous purgative. Th a best, and safest remedy
In such cases ia that mild baiaamlc and delightful
tonic laxative .
Tatrraunt's EfFerreatcent Se Ur? r Aperient,
which heals, tones and-Invigorates the irritated
intestines, while lt relieves them from the mor?
bid humors which provoke abdominal disease.
Sold by all druggists. nova-24
This unrivalled Medicine Is warranted not to
contain A single particle of Mercury, or any In
utlous mineral substance, butta
For forty years lt has proved Its great value In
all diseases of the Liver, Bowels and Kidneys.
Thousands of the good aod great IR all paru of
the country vouch for Its wonderful and perunar
power In purifying the Rlood, stimulating the
torpid Liver and Bowels, and lmparttug new life
and vigor to De whole system, SIMMONS'.
LIVER REGULATOR la acknowledged to have
no equal as a
j LIVER MEDICINE.
It'contains fonr medical elements, never united
In the same happy proportion In any other pre?
paration, viz: a gentle Cathartic, a wonderful
Tonic, an unexceptionable Alterative and a cer?
tain Corrective or all Impurities or the body.
Such sigual success has attended Its use that lt la
now regarded aa the
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
tor Liver Complaint and the painful offspring
thereof, to wit: Dy-pepsla, Constipation, Jaun?
dice, Bilious attacks. Sick Headache Oollc, Do
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 ZKILINAOO.,
Macos, Ga., And Philadelphia.
PRICK-St per package; sent by mail postage
paid, $i 26. "repared ready for nae In bottles,
For sale by . P. WINEMAN A CO.
AND BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
MW Beware of all counterfeits and imita?
Drtj QCooot, &t.
FI RCHGOTTTBEAEDICT & CO.
NO. ?75 KINO &1TIELET.
A decided REDUCTION bas been made IN ALL
oDR PRICES, and we offer Great Bargains to
purchasers In every Department. Our Stock com?
prises an assortment or the most elegant novel
I ties In everything that appertains to a first-class
Dry Goods Establishment. We mention below
the p riced of only a few of oar ac od s :
loo pieces 4-4 N. Y. Mills, Bleached, only 10
loo pieces 4 4 Wamsntta, Bleached, only ic cents
6 caeos 4*4 Bleached, uya and 15, worth lfi and
. 18 cents
3 cases Double-width Gingham, only UK cents
2 cases lo-i-Sheeting, only 40cents
2 bales 3-4 White Flannels,.21 cents, worth 25
& bales 3 4 White Flannels, 25 and so, worth 30
and 40 cents
2 cases io 4 White.Blankets, only $3 60
l case 10-4 White Blankets, $5, worth $6 60
loo pieces Fine Oasslmere, $1 and $125, worth
$160; =-. ? .. . (J L
60 pieces Fine Cassimere, $160, worth $2
1 case Plain and Figured Dress Goods, 26 cents
25 pieoisFlne Poplin, 30 and 86 cents
60 pieces Black Alpaca, only 60 cents, worth 65
Great Reduction tn Black Silks
Great Reduction in Colored Silks
Great. Reduction In Cloak and Trimming
Great Reduction in Valours, Silk Poplins and
Fine Dress Gooda
Great Reduction in Mourning Goods
Great Bargains in Ribt oas
? Stx-inoh sash Ribbon, only tl, all colors
Great Bargains in all the New Shales of Rib?
Great Bargains In Bows, Ties and Silk Hand.
Great Bargains in Kid Gloves, (see Business
notices) ? '?
Great Bargains in. Laces, Handkerchiefs,
. Oana and Collars
Great Bargains lu Jet Sets, Hair Ornaments,
Great Bargains in Silk Trimmings, Silk
Foll Lines or Ladles' Underwear
Fun Linea of Qenta' Famishing Goods
Full Lines of Hosiery an J Nouons
All at Great Bargains.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED IN
CARPETS, OIL CLOTH,
MATTINGS AND RUCS.
Fine VELVET 0 tRPETS nmked down
Fine English-Body Br?ssels Carpet marked
down ' j
Fine English Tapestry Brussels marked
Floe Three Ply Carpet marked down
Fine Wool Carpets marked down
Fine Ingrain Oarpet marked down
Flue Hemp Carpets marked down
Fine Venetian carpets marked down
Good Quality Ingrain Carpets for 65, 86 and
76 bents i
Good 4-4 Matting marked down
OH Cloths, Bogs, Mats, all marked down.
Our Wholesale Departments are complete, and
we constantly offer Great Bargains to Merchants,
Farmers, and all In need of Goods.
Oar Millinery Department ls tho brat assorted
in this market.
NO. ?37? KING STREET.
YOU WILL FIND IT HANDY, USEFUL AND CON
THE BEST ARTICLE EVER INVENTED
TO CLEAN AND RENOVATE OLD FURNITURE,
MARING IT LOOK PERMANENTLY BKIGHT, !
EQUAL TO NEW.
DURAND'S FURNITURE POLISH has had an ex
extensive sale wherever introduced, and no good
housekeeper will ever be without a bottle after
once giving lt a trial: n recommends itself. The
Polish dries soon after being applied, ana has no
Prepared from the original recipe of Eugene
Duraud, No. 40 Hue st. Martin, Paris.
For sale by ail Retail Druggists, Grocers and
Fancy Goods Stores in Charleston. . .
Price fifty cents per bottle.
JOHN F. HENRY,
No. 8 College Place, New Tork.
The trade supplied by ' 1
PHILIP WI NEMAN & CO.,
No. 35 [JAYNE STREET,
Wholesale Agents for the southern States.
(iii gar?, Sot)arco, *Vr.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY 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
hand, invest 26 cants and try your luck.
4arft?8re, ?grjrnltnrol Jmptantnts, #c.
Are AGENTS Por
AVERY & SOM fe()lJ(3r?.
.. ... . , ',' , -, '***'x ' -T''*?** .-..-.if .J: J: .. :r;o ,
. . :. '
A Plough, with Scraper, Bull Tongue, Turning and Shovel
Mould, Complete, for $16 25.;
Or if the Dixon Sweep be preferred to the Shovel Mould,
price $15 26. !;;';;'
"We have also u MI Assortment of One and Two Horse
Ploughs, both Cant and Steel,! of AVERY & SONS, -as well aa
other Manufacturers. i
ALSO A FULL LINE OP
AGrRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. :
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TP JL- I R I? A IX K 9 S S CAL.ES .
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B?RDICK'S HA? AND FODDER CUTTER. ?
We ar d also in Receipt of a Full Line of
SWEDES IRON, HOESj
ENGLISH IRON, TRACES,
HOOP IRON, . NAILSi
PLOUGH STEEL, ROPE,
TURPENTINE HACKS, PLOUGH LINES,
TURPENTINE TOOLS, GUNS,
MILL STONES, PISTOLS,
BEST FISH LINES
HART Ac ?O.,
39 Hayne Street, and Corner of Kins; and Market.
octl-l?nsD*o CHARLESTON, S. C.
8t)irts ano Jrnrmsrjing ?UO?J?
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
CHABLE8TON, ?. O.
S SSS S S CpnTT'C SS88SS
8S8S8 ??U I I O S BS 88
sss Qrw, SSS
SS 8TJLR SS
si SHIRT 888
6SSSSS EMPORIUM ssssss
The Proprietor of the Mme Establishment has
)ost relamed from New York with a new and
well selected Stock or the Celeorated
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
ALSO, A FINK ASSORTMKNT 0P|
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Shaker Flannel, Wool rind Merino, Cotton Flan?
nel, Shirts and Drawers, all grades and all sizes.
English Merino and Cotton Half Hose.
Also, a foll. selection or the latest Novelties in
English windsor Scarfs, Marquise Scarfs,
Lord Stanley Searls, Livingston cravats,
Chancellor Scarfs, Bows aod Ties.
Gray's PAPER COLLARS or all descriptions.
Walking Canes and Umbrellas.
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
KID AND CASTOR GLOVE,
PROV mn TO six BOTTONS.
Black? White.-Llght, Mode and Dark. All the new
fancy colors to match the prevailing shades
of Silks and Dress Goods.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE UNITED STATES,
?lolqittft anb furnier) in g (Soo?i
NEW GOODS !
MENKE ft MULLER
TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
INVITE THU ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC 1
THEIR . ' .?fS'?Jj
SPLENDID NEW STOOi
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
ANO CHOICE MATERIALS
FOR OUSTOM ~W O lt. It
AN INSPECTION OF THE
G.OODS .AND PRICES
COR, KING AND WENTWORTH STS.?
H RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
(ICrjino, Crockers, #c
CHINA, GLASS AND CROCKERY^ <
AT TI'lE OLD STAND, \
KINO STREET, CORNER OF LIBERTY STRRET
The Subscriber would res pe ct rn il y inform bl
friends aD? the public that bis stock .la now oom
pie? in CBLNa, GLASS AND CROCKERY, Plait.
White and Fancy China, Glan and .Fancy,Oaln)
Goods, Lamp3, Shades, Ac, Ac. "il
cctio-tnatu3mo8 B? H. MCDOWELL, Agent. ;
" By LA?REVy ALBLAKDEB ? 00.
UNCLAIMED G?GDSrfiOLD TO PAY
On WEDSi-JSDaf. 4th Decrmber, win be told
in Union Wharf stores; at io o'clock, the follow?
ing unclaimed-Goods, to psy Trelgbt ?nd other
? xpenses, anlese arranged for prior to.tlut Urne:
Crt maa. Captain A.-7 pa?kag ea FURNITURE.
B. ft Oo.-?-Uale. .-? '.. ??" S K'w W -ft -
(j^ ? B.-1 PCT. " ci_
a A. &-1 Bar SteeL._
Diamond 0-I roll B.ig?lng.'
J.H.D.4 Bro.-l0r^we?aLflBe.' .'. .-.if
J. N. ft Ca-2 boxes Fruit Baskets. -,^.r;?
Jervey. J. P_i Box . ..
. * M;-L1 Bnhdleand Shara 8teet- tw-sJ ,iW
f-oog ACO, (ala.Hl*WdleBucketa. .. 7 v
cpgood. B. R.-1 Box.. ' . '" ' "- .
Port Royal R.B.Co.-tBoxl-"'- - f?tefl
R.N.'*co.-? barru* stases and ll.t.Ste ves.
. MO L-Webb ft,Co-I Bale. _ ;
' Spafford BTO. ft Co.-Vbarrei Fish.
Teasdale, R. H.-i picfcage Hinges. * Jd MTS/
Diamond T-7,kejrs Spikes.,
w. O. V.-1 box Pickles. A ; 5t t?K- J
' NO mark-1 handle wire, l crate Crockery, ;l
handle Cross Bars for beales, l piece Maclilnerv.
2 barrels MoJaases,'l'box Maible Slabs,' a"hartt?
Spools. 1 barr*!-Bird.Seed, 4 packages.Bedsteads.
3 mir barrels pish, 5 pieces. Rot. ware. S bpxastak.
1 har Bi eel, 4 C. s. Chairs, fi packages Bucket*, i
barrel Potatoes, t lot Move Pip*; 8 pieces..dat
logs, l bund e shovels. 1.lot Wagon Btuis^l too?
dle Iron Pipe, 1 bundle Parr, 1 barrel Beef,'1
bondie Hames, 1 'Mece Iron Pipe, 1 ? bundle Iron
Rods,! bandle Blares 1 boodle Measures, -1 bon?
die Beat her. 1 bundle Iron Pipe, 1 bundle Shafta.
Conditions cash on deliver?. nftvtaHhtnwy
BJ LOWNDES & eRIJEBAliL, ;u
"OEAL ESTATE AT.. AffCTCiOtf.-WlL.
Xi LI A li E. SPARKMAN,et ti", VB. MARY A.
B. SF AB KM AM, Administratrix o? W. E. SPARK?
MAN, et si-li the Common Pleas for Charleston
.County.-In Equity. " ?J"a 51~ ' .
?' In parfu-vnce or an order rf sale dated Ahe. Ulli
March, 187 A, lu the abovo case, to me direct-, a ny
the Bun. R F. Graham, Jndi?e of The First efr?
en!!.. I will offer for sale at Pub tc -?action, at tito
Poatofflce, Broad stre.con tUCRSDAY, the
December, 1872. at 11 o'clock A. M.,'*' ' ' '
' All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAW)
situate, lying and- being on Black Elver..In the
Ooouty pf Georgetown, and State of s nth Caro?
lina, generally known by the:liam?-ti tosmfr
: wood, measuring -nnd containing .two.bundrwl
and'.aftj actes OJ.Rice Land and, twp thtfuAaltd
acres or Pine Land, - more-or leasf ba ilng-*od
bonndlngon ona aide by Black BJ -er,, and the
other side by Peter's Creer, another side by Lane",
the property o? Mrs, Guerard,- and'-onother std?
by Land, the.prpperty of Mrs. .Heriot. - ,j,.
Terms-0ne-thlr'd ld cash ; tile balince in m reo
equal annual Inataiments, Dearing. :lntBreat:rfrnpi
:the day of sale, the mtewt on.tbe wboto.nrlaoi
Sal unpaid payable annually; to be eecnrrd by a
ond or bonds of the purchaser and mortgage of
the property. . THOMAS MCHJRAD.Y, .
nov2i-th4 , ... . .t r . ,t .Referee^
By LOWNDES <fc trRL?BALL,
VALUABLE BICE PLANTATION ON
COMB AH RE RIVER AT AUCTION. ,. "
Walter Blake, et al, va. waner Blake, Jr.; et al.
In pursuance of an order bf aale m the above
case. u> mo directed bj the IJoru.R. F. tirahanj.
India ot the Finit circuit. I witt otra-ror ??.?"?
Pabilo Auction, at th* oonnhonsa. Beaufot ts.
a, on TUESDAY, tue 17th day.of ,.D.?einber..?872,
fort countr. containing jome' ?eyea^een h?ndr?d
(1700) acres bf R ce and Upfadd. Boondi g north
on Oombabee- Elver, VT eau on ? LftLd? DOW or late
of Mrs. Arthur Middleton, east on Laads, u ow or
late of Beary Middleton. Esq . south on' Ltods
now or late or Henty M ddieton, E* q j ail of which
ls more partlcuuny described In a plan frcm Go?
dard's 8urvey, traced by 0. J. Baiir. Purveyor,
London, Eng., baarloc ?ate te Inly, 3B6L? j?mH
Terms-One-fourth cash; bil in ce in one, two,
three and four yeara, the credit or the purchase
money to be sec ar ed by the bond or. bonds ot the
purchaser or purchasers, and a mortgage or the
premises; thebohdf tb bear Interest at the rate of
seven per cent, per annom from the- dayol aele,
payable annually, ontd wojale amonaAJbe
paid. Purchasir to payBefcreetoraUMogiBsiry
papers. C.B. SIMONTON, &t
. nov3l-th6 - . ? . . Befenee,.
SH K EIF F ?-S 8-AiLVB .
* j ; * ' . ma mm I w-? " Jl* - i'. -J-,- .
VALUABLE TRACTS OF LAND,
By virtu-? of an order from Hon. Samuel jf.
Donthlt, Judee or Probate for Greenville, 8. C. I
will sell on SALES DAY IN DECEMBER NUT,
all or the RB A U ESTATE of the late:Colonel ?. 8.
irvine, consDtiag of the following Tracts:..
No. 1-Bonae Tract or 1200 acres. This will 'be
divided and sold to eight sepnrate tract?, nil lying
within two mllea or the ?tty, adapted .to cotton,
gralo, clover, and . grAS?fa^-Spl?ndHf* Trth
orchards-spedallradapted (ox BTaBlngporpcaea.
For tracie f ?rm these landa anrpaca any landa
offered In thia market, t e Air Line, Richmond
and Atlanta railroad depot being within 'cat
mlle or the dwelling.- >???? .... ,. ,v
No. 2-The WjUa rrgct of 160 ?crei, on waters
or Reedv hiver, 7 mlle* below the city. ? 1 .. > .;
No 8-One tract or 646 acres, in opper part of
No. 4-One tract on Rutherford road; one and?
hair miles from the city, containing 30 acres, u*
. .No. 6-Qousii and.Loi in the centro pr the city,
having all necessary ootbatldlngw, "wltbta"' BM
minutes' walk of Ci ort House, M tusteti at the
sootnwest corner of. Avenue, and River streets,
containing4 acres. 1 1 " ' " '
Pats of the laud can be seen at the office of j.
P. Moore, Esq. -
Terms-One third cash; balance OB a credit Of
one and two years, with lnten-at from 'date; par
chasers to execnte bond with adequate peenrity,
and mortgages or the premises ' respect.vely, to
secn-e the purchase money; purchasers to pay for
papers. J. L. SOUTHERN, K G. 0.
Sh.;rltTs Offlce, October 30,1U7?. nov4-mth9
^rVnt?ionwr0' Priootit ?ilcs, p%.
By IL H. HABSH?LL &BBO., '
Real Batate. Urokcri, 33 Broad 8tr?(t.
AT PRIVATE SALE, OLD FI ELTJ, PLAN
TAI io: r, within two miles of st. stephen's
Depot, Northeastern Railroad, containing aban:
2000 acres, a large portion of which ls good Tur?
SPRING PLAINS PLANTATION. Upper St.
John's, shoat fourteen miles from Bonneau's De?
pot, Northeastern Railroad, soo acres cleared and
1200 sores good Turpentine linda; geed settle?
ment 7 wen ty-horse power Engine and Gins on
Very desirable PLANTATION or 80J aeres high?
land, (uratly cleared,) and about 700 acrrs marah
land, eight mllea from Mount Pleasant: a good
landing adjacent. All necessary Buildings, to?
gether with En gin e, Gina, ftc, on the place.' pm -
nov7-tfi. 6 Wirt
panos, togara, St*.
SALES ROOMS BEAUFAIN STREET
ONE DOOR FROM KINO.
J aet received A select lot ot new PIANOFORTES
and CABINET ORGANS, and for sale low for cash,
or to rent conditionally, the renfapplled aa por
chase (money. An excellent opportunity ls now
offered to purchasers to aecure a fine, well-toned
instrument. Satisfaction guaranteed to the pur
Ctl-'- BOT i i.
On hand and to let, Pianofortes at reduced rates.
Musical Inatruments and MQ'lcal Merchandise,
together with the latest fashionable Mowo con?
stantly receiving. Orders for tuning and repair?
ing pronip ly attended to. *
nov23.stuthlmo HENRY S1EGLING.
PIANOS AMD ORGANS,
Furnished at factory prices for Cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the meat liberal terms.
CHARLES L. M'CL EN AH AN,
Plano and Musis Store,
aepMmoH , No. m. King street.
H. KLATTE & CO.
AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON.
We have appointed Messrs. H. KLATTE ft 00.
sole Agents for Charleston for this ?eletnated
Brand of PURE KENTUOKT WBLBKJBYB, both
BYSS and BOURBON. .?' ?? '?."J'
These Whiskeys are guaranteed prrreKBSTlHJK?
COPPER DISTILLED, free from aU compcoadjm
nurttres, aid Wghly rec<>mmraded;byT.esalajat
?a emla ts for medical nae. The Brana la jpatayeo
- ; ' . . '^^^Wgfjfl?m^
we lespeo'fuBy Inform wtrlt?^im? euad?
era that we keep confitan?yon-B?nd a full supply
SUS abova already t-^nWn^^^?.Z
ej?.- and offer Bame to rtoTrade at diwpiat'i
prlc*^. ?"? ffi&IiATrBACOw.
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