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Th? Days Long Pasc
, O days long psst l wheo night is deep
. Ya oft wage war with hoirsieep,
And to some spectral region tar
Bear the sick soul your prisoner.
Be&re na tn procession Blow
Th? dim, pathetic faces go,
Oiyiog, " Why scorn our weakness thoa?
Thy present Boon will be like us l"
Flrst-ohildhood, with rale gold around
Hit brows and wliber'd asn-leavea bound,
And tn his azure-fad ed eyes
The mornifls-Btar of Paradise.
Flrst-'alth, with rosy limbs, to whom
God every night was In the room,
And o'er our neada bade slumber creep
With touch ot hands-more soie than sleep.
First-lave, with buoyant gestures Btlll'd,
And eyes or promise unfalaU'd.
And trembling on his lips the while
The sunset of the ancient smite.
And other presences between.
And visions rather felt, than seen,
With tears upon their garments* hem,
Bo dear, 1 may not look on them.
-Once morel O once morel-Bat they go
Silent, nor any love-sign ?bow.
I know the lost are lost; and then
In gloomier gloom night falls again.
[F. T. Palgrave.
THE NORTH. CAROLINA 8XNATORSUIP
K lection or the Hon. A. 8. Mei H m on.
Tue North Carolina Legislature has at last
elected the Hon. A, 3. Merrlmon to the United
States senator for the term of stz years, be?
ginning March i, 1973, to succeed John Pool,
the present Radical incumbent. Helsa gen?
tleman of floe ablll Hes ; and while not a strict
party man ls a Conservative In feeling, and
will disappoint those Republicans who con
tributed so largely to his election. A dispatch
from Raleigh to the Wilmington Journal says*
Jud?t? Merrion assured me In person, in a
conversation with bim a few moments since,
that while he- felt very grateful, personally,
for the confidence and respect his political op?
ponents had manifested lor him in the vote
they, had plve>o him, nts political status and
party relations remained unchanged, and that
his political Integrity was in no wise com?
promised. He assured me that he had had no
communication whatever, direct or Indirect,
lu person or through others, with the Radical
party or any members thereof, lu relation to
the senatorial contest, that could affect bis
party relations; that il he considered that his
eleotkM> ootnpromtsetl hi s ?political principles,
he would not accept the position. When the
members of the Republican party voted lor
him, they did so knowing his past record and
that he'was still, a Conservative.
QRRKNWOOD AND-AUGUSTA RAIL?
A meeting of a number of the corporators
and others Interested in this enterprise was
held in Augusta on Tuesday. Twenty-eight
hundred shares were represented.
It was stated that folly one hundred and
flity thousand dollars-the mlmlmum amount
required by the charter-had been subscribed,
and that an organization now would be legal.
On motion, of General M. C. Buller, those
present who desired to subscribe were invited
to do so, when, about: one hundred and
twenty-five additional shares were taken, the
full value of each share being twenty dollars.
- The meeting then proceeded to the election
of a president and a board often directors for
the company, witta the following result :
President-Major George T. Jackson.
Directors from Georgia-Hon. Chas. Estes,
Hoc. John P. King, Mr. John M. Clark and
Mr. R. H. May.
From South Carolina-General P. H. Brad?
ley, .General M. C. Butler, Messrs. M. E.
Blake, W. K. Bradley, James A. Talbot and
General Bradley made a statement of the
progress?t and expenses ai t end! og a prelim?
inary survey of the line, which he had been
authorised to bave done, and asked that the
meeting take some action In regard to the
General Butler moved that General Bradley
be authorized to. have the survey carried on
until the board or directors acted In regard lo
the matter. Adopted. Adjourned.
il J PANT.
OHARLX8T0N, S. 0., Jone 8, 1871
Trains will le*ve Charleston Daily at 10.16 A. M -
and 8,00 P. UL " -
Arrive at Oharieston e.00 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and SP. M.
Train does not leave Charleston &,oo P. M., SUN
Train lairing 10Jf A. M. makes through connec?
tion to Kew York, via Richmond and Acquis
Creek only, going through in 44 hours.
Passengisra leaving by 8.00 P. M. Train have
cholos erf route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FBTAAXby tkls Train lay ever on SUNDAY in Bal
timor?. Thoso Lea vine on SAYUBDAY remain Sun
DAY la Wilmington, MT C.
This is the chea peet, quickest and most pleas?
ant roots to Cincinnati, Chicago and other points
Wes?:and Northwest, both Trains making con
nee lions at Washington with Western Traba of
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad,
. 8.8. SOLOMONS.
Engineer and Superintendent,
' P. L. OLKAPOR. Pen .-Ticket Agent, mayal
AY ANN AH AND CHARLESTON
GHABUtSTON, June 13, 1878.
On sad after' MONDAY, June mn, the Pas?
senger Trains on this Road will run as folio wa :
Leave Charleston daily.8.80 P. H.
Arrive a; savannah dany.,"...,.. B.4SP.M.
I.sav* r^vanwsh,rtsJ1y.^>..............1LS0 p. M.
ArateatOhariaston daily. TAM.
. '-.* :. . ; DAY TRAIN.
iWe Charleston, Suidayi?.excepted.. 7.40 A.ll
Arrive at havannah, Sunday a excepted. 8.80 9. M.
LoaseSavanssh,Sundays excepted... ll A. a.
Arrive at Char teston, Sundays exoted. ASO P. M.
Passengers from Charleston by 7.40 A. M. train
make dose connection with Port Koyal Railroad
for fell Stations OB that Road, (Sundays excepted )
Freight forwarded daily on through bilis ot lao
lng uopolnts in Florida and by Savannah line 01
steahtsbtpa to Breton. Prompt illaputch given tc
MH fur Beaufort and points on Port Royal
Railroad'and rn as tow rates as by any other ima
Ttakaw-on sale at this Office fur Beaufort ovei
Port Royal Pw"T*'* C. S. GA USU KN,
Engineer and Superintendent
S.O. BttYLUTO?, Qen'l 2?L and Tl c. s et Agent.
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
: OHABLK8TON, 8. C., September 27, 1874,
On: and af uer SUNDAY, September 20, the Pas?
senger Tra?na on the Sooth Carolina Railroad will
run as follows:
. HA . VOB COLUMBIA.
IdsJffiZfianBJfton ------.-.9.S0 A M
Arrive st columbia.6.20 r u
.Li Ix ? . ?OB AUGUSTA.
Leave Charleston.9 80 A V
Arrive at Augusta.fctorx
Leave Columbia.0 00 A H
Arrive at charleston.4.80 r M
Legj^guMs^^.-.s.oo a H
rjottncBiA NIGHT Bipassa*. " r *
a* (Sundays excepted.)
Leave Char lesion.w. 7.10 m
Arme at columbia.?.e. so A M
Ltave Colombia....7.60 r 11
Arrive ?at Charleston...... 045 A M
AUeUSTA NIGHT KXPEBSS.
-(Sunday a excepted.)
Leave Char laiton. .?..8.8c r M
Arrive at Augusta.7.86 A M
Leave Augusta.?. 8,16 r K
Arrive at Charleston.6.60 A U
Leave Summerville at.7.2E A M
Arrive at Charleston.8.40 A M
LesvagnaTleston...t.tm r u
Arrive at Summerville. no ? M
' i TZ - OAMDMN TBAIN.
Leave OamrTen...7.20 A M
Arrive at Columbia.....,.11.66 A M
Arrive at Camden.6.66 r a
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta with
Macan and Augusts Railroad, Central itallroad
and ?eorgta Railroad. This la the quickest and
moer, direct route and as comfortable and cheap as
any other route to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago,
ht. Louis and all other pointa West and Northwest.
Columbia NightTnMn connects with Greenville
an a Oolam hia Railroad ; and Day and Hight Trains
connect wita Charlotte B"iad.
Through ticket s on sale via this route to ali
Camden Train connecta at Ringville dally (ex.
cept-. Sun dava) with Day Passenger Train, and
runa through to Oolnrabla.
< AL.TYLER, vice-President.
By B. woKJEHS. a. % A. ._sep?
jyjOSES ' GOLDSMITH <fc SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE.
Highest Cash Price paid ror WOOL, WAX
Hides, skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinds of
^Wv^-X ...- - ALS?,
Deiters In COTTON, Naval stores and scotch
rigaou*. . mayao-mwriyr
TB Y IT.
YOU WILL FIND IT HANDY, USEFUL AND CON
THE BEST ARTICLE EVEB INVENTED
TO CLEAN AND RENOVATE OLD FURNITURE,
MAKING IT LOOK PERMANENTLY BBIGQT,
EQUAL TO NEW.
DURAND'S FURNIi URE POLISH has had an ex*
extensive sale wherever Introduced, and no Rood
housekeeper will ever be without a bottle arter
once giving lt a trial; lt recommends its sir. The
Polish dries soon after bf ins; applied, and has no
Prepared from the original reolpe of Eugene
Durand, No. 40 une Sb Martin, Parta
For sale by all KetBll Druggists, Grocers and
Fancy Goods Stores in Charleston.
Price flfty cents per bottle. .:
JOHN F. HENRY,
No. 8 college Place, New York.
The trade supplied by
PHILIP WINEMAN & CO.,
No. 30 [JAYNE STREET,
WholesaJe Agents for the Southern States,
Shirts onit /nmisijing ?cooa.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
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CIIAULH?TON, S. C.
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8-8H8 OUU I r ?S888-4
SS STAR ga
sss SHIRT ssa
SS S S3 88SSS
SSSSSS EMPORIUM 888883
The Proprietor of the above Establishment has
Just returned from New York with a new and
well selected Stock or the Celeorated
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS.]
ALSO, A rm ASSORTXKNT OP
GENTLSltlEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Shaker Flannel, Wool and Merino, Cotton Flan?
nel, shirts and Drawers, all grades and all sixes.
English Merino and Cotton Hair Host'.
Also, a full selection of the latest Novelties In
English Wlodsor Scarfs, Marquise Scarfe,
Lord Stanley Scans, Livingston cravats,
Chancellor Scarfs, Bows and Ties.
Gray's PAPER COLLARS of all descriptions.
Walking Canes and Umbrellas.
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET ll Al U
Dxn_9 ono .SU oin nea.
JQRUGS AND MEDICINES
WHOLESALE ?fe RETAIL.,
DR. H. BAER,
NO. 131 MEETING STREET.
Offers bis Large and Well-Assorted Stock of
Ac, dc, Ac,
AT TUB LOWEST MARKET KATES.
Constantly on hand all the ding Proprietary
FRENCH, EN0LI8H. GERMAN AND
FOUNTAIN SYRINGES, the beat and most con
renient for general use.
Also, every other tind of Syringe known In the
Trasses, Abdominal Supporters, Shoulder
Braces, Abdominal Belts, Physicians' Saddle?
Bags, Physicians' Pocket-Cases, Elastic stockings
and Medicine Chests.
Druggists' Glassware, of every description, at
the lowest rates, and a full assortment of "Drug?
Agent for Nat tan's '.Crystal Discovery for the
Agent for the "New York Medical University's
Agent for Rison's Tobacco Antidote, and Up
ham's Antidote to Strong Drink.
Agent for the elegant preparations of W. R.
Warner A Go., of Philadelphia, consisting of a
full Une of Fluid Extracts, Sugar-coated Pillo,
Elixirs, Medicated wines and Syrups, Licorice
and Pepsin Lozenges, Ac, Ac.
Special attention ls directed to the following
articles of his 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 In fan tue complaints. It is superior to
other medlolnes used for this purpose, as lt ls en?
tirely free from shy injurious drag, end
CONTAINS NO ANODYNE I
It ls recommended by the beat phyEldons, and
mothers may administer lt with conlldence.
THE EXCEL8IOR HAIR TONIC.
ls a carefully prepared Dressing for the hair, at
once answering the purposes of hair ol), hair
wash, and hair tonic It contains no sulphur
lead, or nitrate or silver, and ls
NO DYE I
It will promote a healthy growth of hair, and
prevent their falling out, and will not injure the
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 deaning olothes,
None but th Purest Drugs used, and satiate:,
tlon guaran ted, both as to price and quality.
Order are solicit 3d from Druggists, Physicians,
Country Merchants, Planters and others, with the
assurance that they shall receive prompt and
earful attention. moh7-8mosooaw
Halli)**, Jtmtirrj, &z.
THOMAS & LAMBEAU,
NO. 289 KING STREBT,
OPPOSITE NEW MASONIC TEMPLE.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
THEY ABE NOW OFFERING AS LARGE
AND WELL SELECTED 8T0CK AS HAS
EVES BEENPBESENTED TO THE CHARLES?
NO. 289 KING STREET.
COUNTRY ORDERS promptly Ailed, and satis
action guaranteed. novlO-stuthSmos
JjJianoB, ?rrjanB, &z.
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
Furnished at factory prices for Cash, or by
Monthly Payments on tbe most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. M'CLEN AH AN,
Plano and Musis Store,
seps-imos No. 101 King street.
8ALE8 ROOMS BEAU FAIN STREET
ONE DOOR FROM KINO.
J net received s select lot of sew PIANOFORTES
and CABINET ORGANS, and for ?ale low for ca*h,
or to rent conditionally, the rent applied as pur?
chase money. An excellent opportunity ls now
offered to purchasers to secure a one. well-toned
instrument. Satisfaction guaranteed to the pur
ob rt ser.
On hand and to let, Pianofortes at reduced rates.
Musical Inatrnments and Mu-ical Merchandise,
together with the latest fashionable MUBIO con-,
stantly receiving. Orders Tor toning and repair?
ing promp.iv attended to.
nov23 stnthlmo ' HENRYSIEOLINO.
gfrlooeg, ffdgierrj, &t.
KID AND CASTOR GLOVE,
FBOir OMS TO SIX BUTTONS. -
L. ok, White, Light, 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 THU UNITED STATES.
mts <?ooo?, &z.
IVO. ?375 KING STREET.
A decided REDUCTION has been made IN ALL
)CR PRICES, and we offer Great Bargalas to
purchasers ls every Department. Our Stock com?
prises an assortment of the most elegant novel?
las In everything that appertains to a first-class
Dry Goods Establishment. We mention below
he prices or only a few of onr Goods :
00 pieces. 4-4 N. Y, Mills, Bleached, only 10
00 pieces 4 4 Wammutta, Bleached, only 10 cents
6 cases 4-4 Bleached, 12% and 16, worth 16 and
8 cases Double-width Gingham, only ceuts
2 cases 10-4 Sheeting, only 40 oents
2 bales 8-4 White Flannels, 20 cents, worth 26
6 bales 8 4 White Flannels, 26 and 80, worth 80
and 40 ceo ts
2 cases io * White Blank eta, only $s 60
1 case 10-4 White Blankets, ?6, worth $0 60
oo pieces Fine Casslmere, $1 and $ i 26, worth
tl 60 :
60 plews Fine Casslmere, $160, worth $2
1 case P.aln and Figured Dress Gooda, 26 cents
26 pieces Fine Poplin, 80 and 86 oents
60 pieces Black Alpaca, only 60 cents, worth 66
Great Reduction In Black Silks
Great Reduction In Colored Silks
Great Reduction lu Cloak and Trimming
Great Redootlon lu Valoura, Silk Poplins and
Fine Dress Goods
Great Redaction In Mourning Goods
Great Bargains la Rlbtoos
six-in ch'sash Ribbon, only $1, all colors
Great Bargains in ali the New Shades or Rib?
Great Bargains In Bows, Ties and Silk Hand
Great Bargains in Kid Gloves, (see Business
Great Bargains in Laces, Handkerchiefs,
CuflB and Collars
Great Bargains in Jet Sets, Hair Ornaments,
Ac.', ?c. '
Great Bargains In silk Trimmings, Silk
Full Linea of Ladies' Underwear
Full Unes or Gents' Famishing Goods
Full Line3 or Hosiery and Notions
All at Great Bargains.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED I5?
CARPETS, OIL CLOTH,
MATTINGS ANO RUGS.
Fine VELVET CARPETS marked down
Fine English-Body Brussels Carpet marked
Fine English Tapestry Brussels marked
Fine Three Ply Carpet marked down
Fine Wool Carpeta marked down
Fine Ingrain Carpet marked down
Floe Hemp Carpets marked down
Fine Venetian Carpets marked down
Good Quality Ingrain Carpets for 65, 66 and
Good 4-4 Matting marked down
OU Cloths, Ruga, Mats, all marked down.
Our Wholesale Departments are complete, and
we constantly offer Great Bargains to Merchants,
Farmers, and all in need of Goods.
Our Millinery Department ls the best assorted
In this market.
FURCiHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
WO. 3 7.5 ELEV G ?T ftEET.
MACHINISTS AND FOUNDERS,
SHOPS EAST END HASEL STREET, CHARLESTON, S, C.
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY ENGINES,
QENKREY'S IMPROVED MCCARTHY GISS, with or without hu Attachment for Feeding,
CORN AND ?DOAB MILLS,
AND MACHINERY OF FVERY DrSCR'PTION,
Having purchased all the Patterns of the late WILLIAM S. HENEREY, we are prepared to receive
>rdera Xor a l Machinery formerly made by bim. decA-tbstntmo
ijtt?btbare, Stgrintlinral 3mp lenients, &z._
HART & CO.
Are AGENTS For
AVERY & SONS' PLOUGHS.
A Plough, with Scraper, Bull Tongue, Turning and Shovel
ifould. Complete, for $15 25.
Or if the Dixon Sweep be preferred to the Shovel Mould,
>rioe $15 25.
We have also a Full Assortment of One and Two Horse
Cloughs, both Cast and Steel, of AVERY & SON S, as well as
ALSO A FULL LINK OF
BURDICK'S HAY AND FODDER CUTTER.
We are also in Receipt 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 -Sc O O .,
*9 Hayne Street, and Corner of Kino; and Market.
octl-tathsBAO OHARIiKSTON, S. C.
Grocer ir?, ?iqnors, &t
ri. KL AT TE & CO,
AQENT8 FOR CHARLESTON.
We nave appointed Mea HTS. e. KLATTE A 00.
Sola AgenrB for Charleston for this Celebrated
Brand of PURK KENTUCKY WHISKEYS, botb
RYE* and BOURBON.
These WhlBkeys are guaranteed pnre KENTUCKY
30PPER DISTILLED. Tree from all componnd im?
purities, ar.d hlehly recommended by eminent
chemists for medical nse. The Brand is patented
JO prevent lnfrlogements.
BAKEHOUSE BROS. A CO.,
We respectfully inform onr friends and custom?
ers that we keep constantly on.hand a full supply
of the above already favorably well known Wnis
evs. and offer same to the trade at distillers
prices. - ? H. KLATTE A 00.,
ang?1-ftnth8mo Ko. 186 East Bay.
Cigar*, Sobarco, ff t.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KING STREBT,
THREE DOORS SOOTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO ol ali kinda.
PIPES o? every quality. .
Call and examine stock before buying else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. B.-The Wheel of Fon one constantly on
Hand. invest 25 cents and tr r your luck,
gUrtum gqUf--gfi>i< ggg
By PAUL B. LALANE & CO.
WILL BE SOLD THIS DAT BEFORE
our Store, Ko. 175 East Bay, at half-past 9
o'clock, ?.' .? !
contents of a Retail GROCERY STORE, consist,
lng or Counters, Scales, CU Cans, Jars, Crockery
and Molasses -Tanks.
Conditions caah. _,_decs
Bj W. Y, LEITCH & B. 8. BB US IS.
Auctioneers, Ito. 35 Broad St., Charl eg
lon, ?. C.
THIS DAT, DECEMBER 5TH, AT ll A.
M. and e P. M..
A large and valuable stock or GENUINE PIA
MONDS, Gold and M)ver Watches, from the best i
known makers, for Ladles and Gentlemen; Gold
Chain?, So'l? Gold Jewelry, Opera and field
0lasses. Cutlery, P.ated Ware, Ac.
We wilt offer the above stock of strictly fl r?t?
elas? Goods, from a well-known establishment on
Broadway, New York, at Auction, without re?
serve, at onr salesroom, No. 35 Broad street, at ll
o'clock A. M.and SP. M.
Every article guaranteed to be as represented.
recs_?_7j-'-, ,_' '." '
By J. FRASER MATHEWES.
BUILDING LOT ON SULLIVAN'S IS?
Will be sold TB I \ DAY, December 5th, near the
Postofflce, at ll o'clock, v
LOT No. 102. Hu rie's Plat of Sampan's Inland,
3n south side ol Hiddle street, being second Lot
Bast or Kort Moultrie, containing aoont bair an
ic re, moieorle-s.
Terma cash. Purchaser to ray me for papers.
Strutton 8ales~~.f riintt ?ups.'
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS, ~
ELEGANT AND DESIRABLE RESI-!
DENCE on Hampstead Park, by order of
WiUbeaoldon TUESDAY, loth inatant, atihe
:ast end or Broad street, at II o' l.,cfc,
That large and pleasant RESIDENCE, situated
it tue corner or Hamp?tea<! Park and America
ureet, itio-ute residence of Thomas Dutterer, t he
louse ls or wood, containing 8 rooms, beside*
lressing rooms and ran ny. on the preml-es are
v lat ge kit ch-n, cistern and well of water, be
ildea fruit and flower gardens.
? The Lot measun a loo by 126 eer. in de -lb. 1 hi-*
property is advantageous y situated, command
aga view or the Park;' and U accesible by the
arc-sent and now contemplated line oi railways.
Terms-One-ihird cann; balance, with Liierest,
tecorsd by bond and mortgage and inhurar.ee of |
ihn propel ty. Purchaser paying us tor papers.
decs_. , ......
By W. Y. LEITCH & R.S. BRU>S,
WILL BE SOLD ON TUESDAY, 10TH
instant, at the Posroffl e, at ll o'clock.
That l? ge and desirable LoT on the anu? h side
)f Borgard street, between Rutledge avenue and
-Ire* street, measuring 96 feet front, and in
lepth 219 feet, more ones.-.
Terms-One-hair cash; balanc? In one year
with luterair. Purchaser to pay us for papera.
dot s thama _
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUKE,
lt eccl ver.
RICE PLANTATION, Ac, Ac, ON PON
PON River, A. u. Heyward vs. John A.
Hassell and others, D. visees of JohuAShe, de
On THURSDAY, thc 19th day or December, will
ie sold in i te Oity or charle ton, near the Post
>mce. on Broad street, tu obedience to an Older
>f tao Court of Common Pie s.
The two HICE PLANTATIONS, at the best
Jireh or ride, known as "Win Town," and "High
hassle," or "Rotterdam," now merged into one
Plantation,s tu?te lnSt. Bartholomew's Parish
oiieton County opposite wm Tow?, on a large
ireek, waters of Pon Pon River, containing Jolut
y 1MB seres, or winch 400 acres ore Rice Land,
inder bank, (about - ol wh on have been
jlanted last year;) bonadlng to the oort* and
ion h west by lauds of tBlate of Baynard ?nd Ed?
gard Barnwell, to the south on lauds of Mw..
iVayne. and to the east on said creek. On the
Maceare two smail Dwelling Uouses and accom
nodal lons tor negroes.
A TRACT OP PINE BARREN. LAND, on the Pon
Pon River, St. Paul's Parla i, opposite the "Will
Town" Plantatlo.i, co itatnlng iso acres or land.
Pl F TEEN TOWN LOTS In the Village or ?Will
The TRACT OF LAND or leland commonly
tnown as Whooping island, on tho Dawhoo
Kiver, coileton County, containing about 217
?res of lund.
Cor, di t lu us-One-third cQBh; balance by bonds
payable in three equal successive aauuat m BI ai?
mer, ts, with Interest from day of sa'e, to be recur-1
td hy a mortgage of tho property. Paroh?s?T? to
pay 'or papers._tttc4,6 9.u,ia u.io.ia 19
By LOUIS B. DeSAUSSURE.
TWO SMALL RESIDENCES ON NORTH
SIDE OF WENTWORTH STREET, west of
On TUDt SDAY the 12th instant, at U o'clock!
o'clock A. M., wu! be sold near the Postofflce, oy
order or the M ort?asee, under i ower of sale from
the Mot ta ager; O. W. Oiney,
The Twi-and a bAlf story WOODEN RESI-1
DENCE, on the north side or Wentworth street,
west or Lynch, with a Brick Kitchen on premises.
A small DWELLING with four Rooms.
The L it measures 60 fret front by > 21 feet deep,
mor-or less. Bounding to the south on Went?
worth street, north on Lands now or late of
Alfred Eifo, easton Lands or Estate Mrs. Logan,
west on Lands now or l?ie or H*. L. Toomer.
Conditions-One-half cash; baUnoe by bond
bearing semi-annual interest, payable in one
year, secured by a mortgage of tho property,
houses to be ic au red ana policy aligned:' Pur?
chaser to pay lor papers. decl-tuMistowths
By W. Y. LEITCH * ? 8. BRUNS,
RESIDENCE NO. 8 BEAUFALN STREET
at Auction, north ride.
Will be sold at Anc loo on TUESDAY, 10th In?
stant, in front of the Postofflce. at lt o'clock,
That Three-Story BRICK. RESIDENCE, known
as No. 8 Beau'aln street. The Re-ldonce contain?
6 square Rooms, with Dressing Room and Pantry,
on ihe premises are spacious Outbuildings. Cis?
tern sad Well of good water. Lot measnres 32
ny 125 feet, mote or less.
Terms-one-third cash; balance In one and
two years. Becured bv uond, with Interest, of tue
purchaser and mortgage or the premises. In?
surance and assignment of the policy. Purcha?
ser ie pay ns for panere._decAtnthsl
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
ELEGANT MANSION ON THE LTNE OF
THE CITY RAILROAD.
Will be sold at Auction on TUESDAY, 10th lust.,
In front or the Postofflce. at ll o'clock,'
That desirable and elegant MANSION, situated
on Wentworth street, ooo door west of Pitt
street, and now occupied by J. Reid Bovlston,
Esq. Thu property ls advantageously situated,',
ana as a residence ls unsurpassed tor Its con ve-, |
ulence and accommodation.
The propel ty can be inspected upon application
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, with Interest, secured by bond of the pur?
chaser, mortgage of the pn m ses, In m rance and
assignment of policy. Purchasir to pay us for
Olo?qing ano ?nrnisi)ing Ooo?i.
NEW ST0BE !
NEW GOODS !
EVERYTHING NEW !
MENKE ft MULLER,
TAILORS ANO CLOTHIERS,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO ?
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS,
AND CHOICE MATERIALS
AN INSPECTION OF THE
G-OODS AND PRICES1
COR, KING AND WENTWORTH STS.,
14 ii ES PECT FULL Y SOLICITED.
2Lncii0?imeT .Ur loatt bai**,
n By:H. F. l?eLE???.. \ ?
OMALL D WELLING-AT PRIVATE
, . At Private S?Vr?n'r?t^rr^^P^ LAND with
two story Wooden Dwell m g, on west aide of Meet*
I log street, one door, north, pf John-street, con?
ta ming Biz square rooms and. all necessary out?
buildings. Lot 50 feet from by 76 feet deep. ?'
j For terms, Ac., apply ss above? at Ko. 24-, Bro ad
I street_ .__ deca-thaS
By LOUIS By DeSAUSSURE,
Bi-oktr, .Vo. 23 Broad ?trt?t.
OLD THEATRE LOT ON MEETING
STREBT*.-For Sale, the OL!) THEARE LOT
on Meeting street, measuring loo feet front by 2*0
fett deep; this lot is situated between the Oharies?
tou Hotel snd Mills Uou-e, and lu ona Of the most
desirable building''lots in the'city. ' .
. L '.>? -ALSO,-' -. : ?-'
THE LOT OF LAND fl t the core at of Meeting alfi
Queen streets, measuring ?3 feet, iront by ISA feet
deep. . ?. , -i., ..y i<- v r -
THE LOT on west side of King street sooth er
Queen street, measuring 47 teetfrunt by about
?70 feet deep.
THE LOT OF LAND on east side of Connel
street, on the water, loo feet .'rent by 145 feet deep
THE LOT OF LA.KD on west vide of Rutledge
avenue with two small brick houses there m and a
few han some trees. Lot loo feet iront by ne feet
deep. . deoi-mtbat,
,_;_ ? " ' ' ' *
By LOUIS 1). PeSAUSSUBE, - -
Broker, Nb. 23 Broad Street. ?' '
HANDSOME RESIDENCE ON EA8T
BAT.-For sale, the hards me BRICE RE*
1 utj.VOE at the souih?a8t o ?mer of-East Bayjud
Vernon street?,'containing In the ba<-ernea two
large rooms, a laundry and dalry, three rooms on
the second story, live roe ms . on the i hi? d
story and auto rooms, with water works and gay
t iirouK n the house, plszzas, AC, Ac', th chen.' car
rlsBte hon^e, 6tai>lp. The Lot 1-t ? ur rounded.on
?bree Fides by brick walis, and mensures 81 'eec
on East Bay. iOO feet on Vernon street' and about
91 leeton Washington strict .', , decZ-aathA
Ry LOUIS D DeSAUSSUBE,
Broker, Wo.;23 Broad Street. M
WOODEN RESIDENCE ON" WALL
Sr-tE?r,_Kor?*lJ.,Un com Cor aol* iw>
and a bali story WOODEN RESIDENCE, on brick:
basement, No. zs Wall street: ooo do tr sooth or
Calhoun'street, containing, seven to ma as? a an
attic, piazzas, kit hen, Ac, Ae^-Xae. Lot , is asa,
fert front by 100 feet deep. ' ' * * - dW-mthT '
, ; Ry LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE, ~ n
Broker,' No. 23 Broad Street. ' ,
STORE NO. 74 EAST BAT.-FOR SALE
-the well located STOKE oh East Bay
btreet, known SB NO. 74, recently occnpiea by
Messrs. istrf et Br ?. A Ca Lot 29 feet 0 laches by
1 9 feet deep. The building occupies i he enure
lot _ decamtbtit.
Ry LOUIS D. BeSA?SS?BE, /
Broker, Ko. 23 Broad si ree u
STORS ANO RESIDENCE NO. 49 EAST
BAT STREET -For sale -the 8T0RR u\X u
DWELLING, No, 49 East Bay street, oppose
North Commercial Wharf. Lot 34 feet, front by
121 feet deep. _ dectmw *
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE, ,
Broker, No. 23* Broad Street.
SMALL DWELLING HOUSE-.-TOR
SALK-the small Wooden DWB?.LINO
HOUSE on Ooo ser's Court, west'end nf Queen
street near Franklin street Lot 46 by 68. ? ,.*
dec2-mih2_' ' ' ' ' .
By LOUIS 1>. |)eSAUSSUBE.
Broker, No. 23 Broad Street. .
SOUTH BAY RESJDENCE-FOR SALE,,
the THREE-STORY WOODEN RESIDENCE,
on Poui h Bav street, containing seven room?,
pantry. Ac, two piazzas, Ac, AC LJS 6o feett
iront by iso feet deep. . . _. ?
The LOT OF LAND, on Lambell street adjoin?
ing the above, wuh two-small Houses th reon.
Lot 60 feet front by 140 "est deep. . rteci mtht
By LOUIS ?. DeSAUSSURE,
Broker, Mo. 21 Broad Street. r "' 'n
KING STREET RESIDENCE NEAR
THE BATTERY.-FOR S <LE, the IHRBfcV
al u K Y WO< DEN RE-1U KN CK. < n b let base?
ment, on east Bide of Ring street, a few d> on
from Ho ut n Battery, cont al id ni/ eight rooms, two-,
piazzi", brick kitchen, Ac, ?c Lot 79 feet-by,
150 feet deep. . " dec2-mtBf
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSU&F, . .
Broker1, No 23 Broad Street, ti
DWELLING HOUSE ON LARGE LOT.
FOR MALE, the TWO-STiMY WO DEN
OWELLIVO IloUsE, No. 32 Cannon street, one
door- west of Coming street contamine; eight
rooms, piazza Ac kitchen, carriage house andr
stable. Lot aou feet front by ?176 feet deep ; is capa- ?
ote of b'lntrsub d.vldei into several lota,' ?''
<lei2 m til 4 !. 1 ' !>.
By LOUIS I). BeSAUSSUBJB* " .
. No. ?3 Broad.i?r?ef . .
tl OOO BRICK RE?rJDEN.CE ON HABEL '
T STREET -For sale or rent tb?'thbsrantta'l'
bunt BHliK RBSfDENCE' Ott 'the- somh Mde of
Hase! street, east of Trinity Ch uren, containing !.>
Rooms, 2 Piazzas. Kitchen, Carriage House end
Stable. Lot 6i> feet front by 190 feet deep. ?<'
" By LOUIS D.BeSAUSSURE,
Broker, .Vo. 23 Broad street. ' " ' '
BRICK RESIDENCE No. "58 'TR?DlV
STREET -For sale, thb'TrJree-atory BRICK
KESIDKNCE, No. 68 Tradd street, a few-doors
M ase of Meeting street, containing about 8 Boonu,
j Kitchen,ac, Ac ' - q -,7 ..,.dec2-fnth4. j*
Broker, No. 23 Broafl street.
LARGE WOODEN RESIDENCE ? LAM- '
BO Lr, street.-For sale, .the large Toree
at.<ry WOODEN RRalUENCE. on brick basement.
! south aide of Lwnoll street, one door east of,
L> gare street The Lot measures 67 feet iront by
,130 feet deep. decS-mtnf '
Ry LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE,
Broker,- No. 23 Broad a tree t. . (.
CHARLOTTE 8TREET, LOT OF LAND.1
For sjle. the LOT OF LAND on the sooth
Bide r.f cr.arlofe street, between Elizabeth and
Alexander streets, measurtog TO feet front by ns
feet deep. --t o
ALSO, . lu' - a
. The LOT OP LAND on west side of Church
?treer, north of Water stree:, measuring 76 feet <
front by 189 feet. deep. , . . deca-mtb..
. Ry HOLMES * MACBETH, - - ^ 4
AT PRIVATE SALE, I? ?co Mw
A Fine Saddle MARE; bad had the-epi?
demic, r dec3-tutha
Oin tn on ?alra-^nuirt Oaos .
Auctioneers. . f '
EEAL ESTATE. AT AUCTION.-rWIL
LlAM E. SPARKMAN, et a'. Vg. MART A.
K ^PARK M AM. Administratrix of W. a SPARK?
MAN, etsi-In the Commou Pleas for-Charleston
County.-in Equity. " ' "
In pursuance or an order of sale dated the lith '
March, 1872, lu the above case, to me directed by
the Hon. R F. Graham, Jndge of the First cir?
cuit, I will offer for sale at Pub lo- A action, at the
Poatofflce, broad stre .ton 1HORSDAY, the 12th
December, 1872. at 11 o'clock A.M.. ,,
All th?t PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAN?
situate, lying and being on Black- River. In the
County of Georgetown, snd State of a nth Caro?
lina generally known by tho name of Spring?
wood, measuring phd containing two hundred
and nf ty acres or Rice Land and two thousand
acres or Pine Land, more ?or less; bn ting sod '
bounding on one side by Black RI-er. and on toe '
other side by Pet?r's Creek, another side by Land,-,
the property of Mrs. Guerard, .and another side
by Land, tne property of Mrs. Heriot . .
- Terms-one-third in cash; the balance In three .
equal annual Instalments, bearing Interest from
the day of sale, the Interest On toe whole princi?
pal unpaid payable annually; to bo secured bys .
bond or bonds of the purchaser and mortgage of
.th* property. THOMAS MOCBADT, ' '
nov2l-th4 Referee. ,
By LOWNDES & GRIMBALL,
"TTALUABLE BICE PLANTATION ON
Vj COMB AH EE RIVE RAT AUCTION.
Walter Blake, et al, vs. Walter Blake, Jr., et au
i in pursuance of au order of sale in the above
!case, to me directed by the Hon. E. :P. Graham,
?Judge of the First circuit I will offer for sale at.
Public Auction, at Ut- courthouse, Besaron. 8.
"C., on TUESDAY, the 17th day Of D-camber. 1873,
ai li o'clock. ? . ?.
All that PL ANTATION or Tract of Land, com?
monly known as Bonny Hall Plantation, In Beau?
fort county, containing some seveu.eea hundred.
(1700) acres or Rice and Bpiand. Bounding north
?nCombahee Elver, weston Lat ds now or late
or sirs. A'-thur Wddietoo, east on Lands oowA>r
late of ?Henry Middleton. Esq, south on.Landa,
now or late of Henry Mtddloton, Esq., all of which
ls more particularly described in a plan from Oo
dard's survey, traced by C. J. Baker, Surveyor,
London, Eng.. bearlDg date in July. 1807.
Terma-One-fourth cash; balance in one, two,
three and four years, the credit of the parons*a,
money to be secured by the bond,or bonds of tbe
purchaser or purchasers, anda mortgage or the
premises; the bonds to bear interest at the rate ol
sevsn ner cent per annum from the day of ssle^
payable annually, nnttl the wnola amount be
paid. ' Purchaser to pay Referee for *J l nece*?ary '
papera. CL H. SIMOVTQN* . .
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