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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO.,
. Ba 19 Broad street, Charleston, S. O.
W)t <Eb*?t?t&n 3?eto?
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER ll, 1872.
Tra CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS "la designa
. "ted as the newspaper for the publication of
"all legal notices, and official advertisements,
"for the County of Charleston, under the act j
"of February 22d, 1870, entitled an act to regu?
late the publication of all legal and public
"notices." ?t n
NEWS OE TEE OA T.
-Wilkie Collins and George Eliot are com?
ing to reao to us.
-New Orleans ls to have another line of
steamers to London and Liverpool.
-Professor Tyndall bas perfected a new
respirator for firemen, whereby they can
breathe freely in burning buildings.
-Twenty-four square miles. have been laid
out on the Kansas Pacifie Railroad for the site
of an English city to be called Vic tori a.
- _A dog team carries the mail dally between
H ayn es ville and Ashland, O. The distance ls
eight miles, whloh is accomplished in an hour
- -Some singular Indians have been found
near the coast of Peru. They are roddy and
fair, with strong, shapely bod les and long
full beards. Borne remnants ol ancient roy?
alty, perhaps. .
"-Hr. Fronde has'abandoned bis course of
lectures on the relations of England and Ire?
land, In consequence of the "intense feeling
whloh the controversy excited." He gives
lectures, however, on other subjects.
-Mr. Stanley discovered Livingstone, but
yet breaks down when be attempts to leoture
thereon. After giving two discourses in New
York, whloh did not pay expenses, he give,
up the Job, and did not appear when the third
o one wai announced. Stanley's book, how?
ever, will doubtless be very interesting.
-While Ylotor Emanuel was taking a drive,
recently, he met the viaticum or the proces?
sion bearing the consecrated wafer to a dying
person at the Plaza San Domenloe Soriano,
and Immediately alighted from his carriage,
and remained kneeling to the street until lt
had passed. Although the Sing ls under the
bMot the charco, the priest, struck with tbe
edifying spectacle, bestowed upon him a
j?jA society has been organized In London
fob the promotion ot direct trade between Eu?
ro]? and the Valley of the Mississippi.
l>jduots ot the Mississippi Valley are to be on
exhibition at the room, of the company in
Louden. Branch offices to the United States
will be established. The central office of the
society la the United States will be located at
St. Louis, whioh will facilitate a more direct 1
interchange of products between the two '
-In the Golden Age Theodore TU ton re- ,
lates the following of his last Interview with ,
Horace Greeley: "About three weeks ago ]
Greeley said to us, (clasping our hand and j
holding lt for the last time,) 'My dear friend,
lor thirty days and nights I have not slept; I
shall never sleep again; I pray (ar death.'
During some idle hours in Brooklyn early in
the campaign, he said to us, with a voioe of |
sudden sadness and a tone of unwonted
pathos, I have but one great ambition, and
tint is not the Presidency, bot death.'" Mr.
TH ton relates other incident, of a similar pur?
-There is a great commotion in social
circles In Europe in consequence of the im?
pending marriage of one of the daughter, of
the Rothschild family with a Gentile and a ,~
Christian. The intended groom is an "Hon? c
orabie," and not without worldly distinction, i
however he may be circumstanced in regard f
to lucre. The latter essential qualification lor <
matrimony, lt is needless to say, 1B possessed
In . abundance by Miss Rothschild, whose I *
lather, grown weary ol long opposition to the ' *
strenooos will of the yoong lady, has finally
given a reluctant consent to the match. The
religions status of the parties, lt ls understood, j
will undergo no change. She will remain a i
Jewess and he a Christian. The technical i
difficulties incident to such an abnormal state 1
o? things will probably succumb without delay i
to the power of money. The great source of [
disquietude which troubles the family In this
connection is of ooaree the consideration that
the marriage will have a tendency to unlock
and dissipate the Immense board of money
which has been closely guarded and Increased
tor ab many years, and mainly for the sake ot
whloh the Rothschlids' marriages have hither
to been contracted within the circle of their
(Arn hear relatives. The entrance of an ont- 1
side: party will be very likely to break the c
charm so assiduously cherished.
-It ls pleasant to know that the fetes of 1
bee Imperial Majesty, the Empress Eugenie, '
which to France were celebrated yearly on
.ach recurring anniversary of her birth, have
not been discontinued now that she has been
deprived by misfortune of a throne and all the
semi-enchantment whloh courtly surroundings
lend to life, j The royal revels, the chase, court
bill* and other festivities were wanting at
Chlselhurst this year, as they were not at
Complegne when four years ago the Empress
last eajoyed the occasion there, but one poeti?
cal relio of the past remained, and with all its
grace' and beauty was freely made use of.
That was the presentation of offerings of flow,
ere to the Empress. Bonqneti of Infinite
number and variety were presented to her on
the day o? her birth. All daylong packages
were being brought to the mansion, received
at the front door, opened in the entrance hall
and amptled of their fragrant contents.
Every corridor was lined, every table In every
Clumber was laden, with masses of choice
Bloom. After chapel service the bouquets and
other oholce pr-sents were presented to their
Intended recipient. Most of the offerings
caro from Parts, the choicest flowers being
g^ggjff*?** a nephew of the
fanons finance minist*?.
--A?terJtweWeeven months the inhabl- "
tauts of Rheims have seen the Prassian ele
pent removed from their borders and the
town again become French. But the day
which w Une ase d tba transfer, for which
every citizen bad been an anxious watcher
for months, waa something of a disappoint?
ment. More of President Thlers's caution
than was relished came in at this point, for
Frenchmen do not consider liberty a thing to
be welcomed like the dally bread and salt,
but, on the contrary, an especial boon from
Heaven, to bo signalled by all the means that
"Go J and Nature" have supplied. What the
townspeople could do was done. The place
waB profusely decorated with French flags;
the horses were adorned with trl-colors
and flowers, and a blind beggar play?
ing the Marseillaise on a discordant
accord?on, with a female companion
carrying a banner on which was in?
scribed, "Vive la France,'' did a thriving
business. The cabaret near the deserted
Prussian barracks displayed the national col?
ors, with the Inscription, uIn honor of the
79th Regiment ot the Line, from the grateful
Town of Rheims." The troops that Were ex?
pected did not come, and therein lay the dis
appointment whloh elicited much murmur?
ing. Instead were about sixty of the unpopu?
lar Gendarmerie Mobile, who marched to the
barracks without giving or receiving a cheer,
and the orowd said, "Why did M. Thiers not
let a regiment .come In, and we wonld have
shown our enthusiasm?" To say that he did
not do so from lear of fever is absurd. The
Prussians have given an extra scrub to their
barracks. Every Inhabitant in the town
would have gladly housed a French soldier.
Papa Adolphe forgets that we were forced to
keep open house for the Prussians during
twenty-seven long and dreary months."
Mr. Jobo J. Patterson, maliciously dubbed
"Honest John," has succeeded in buying up
tbe majority of the members of the South
Carolina legislature, as he ls credited with
sacing that be would do. ' At all events, he
waa elected United States Senator yester?
day upon the first ballot. And if he was
not elected for his money, what on earth, or
below it, was he elected for? Hr. Patter?
son has both brains and ready cash. Penn?
sylvania gave him one, and from South Car?
olina he took the other. The two together
have made him senator from this State.
P. S.-In the light of our latest advices
from Columbia, it does not seem exactly
clear, as yet, which is the more tboronghly
"sold," the virtuous majority of the Son lb
Carolina Legislature, or the modest gentle?
man who has been buying np their votes.
John Lilly, the colored Representative
from Chester, informs the Columbia Caro?
linian that on Saturday night he detected a
wagoner in the act of hauling coal from the
Statehouse. When asked where he was
taking this Statehouse coal to, the wagoner
said it waa for the Supreme Court-Room up?
town. Bat as the Supreme Court sits in the
capitol the excuse was worse than none.
Representative Lilly thinks it a very queer
proceeding, and be is determined, as a new
member, to bring the culprits to account
Ornoo and iffieoiriius.
?QR. BAER'S IMPROVED VEGETABLE!
The proprietor of these PILLS confidently be
leves that ho has' succeeded, by a skilful cornel
litton of veg? table remedies, la prodnolag a pre?
paration that will bring health and happiness to
.he unfortunate sufferer, in the following dis
?asea they. lura been used by thousands with
nott wonderful success: Billons Disorders and
jtver Complaint, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head- \
iche, Costiveness, Loss of Appetite, Neuralgia, I
Dropsy, Dysentery, Pdes, Diseases of the Skin, (
?ain in the Side, Back and Limbs, Sick Headache, 1
tod all derangements of the stomach. J
These Pills may be taken with perfect safety by j
persons of any age or sex. No family should be
without them. i
Price 26 cents a bex; 6 boxes for one dollar. <
the usual discount to the trade.
For sale tty DR. H. BAER, I
No. 181 Meeting street.
piTY THE TENDER BABE !
Give it not the deadly compound known as
toothing Syrup. A certain popular artiole of this
lame has launched thousands of helpless Inno
?nts into an early grave. This has been proven
?epeatedly, and beyond the shadow of a doubt, I 0'
or whloh reason lt ls condemned by the majority I f
>f physicians. 11
Seeing the necessity for an article of this sort,
! nu rely free from opiates, and other injurious
irugs, Dr. BABB has putup the
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL,
Tor the noe of Infants Teething, and for children | i
infferlng from Diarrhoea, "Dysentery, Ac This
may be given with perfect confidence, and ls ap?
proved by every physician who has examined the I a
Price 25 cents per bottle; 6 bottles for $1.
Us na: Discount to the Trade.
Manufactured and for sale by
DR. H. BABB,
No. 181 Meeting street, Charleston.
jgXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC.
This Preparation ls Just what many persons
iced. They irish no Dye, bat only a Hair Wash,
tr Hair Dressing-something that will keep the
lair clean, and at the same time be a pleasant
lair Dressing-net too greasy. The "Excelsior"
neets all. these indications, and should be given a
Fifty cants a bottle; 6 bottles for $2.
A liberal Discount to the Trade.
For sale by the Manufacturer,
DR. H. BABB, Na 181 Meeting street.
R. BAER'S ESSENCE OF
Equal to any Extract pr Essence of Ginger in
Only 26 cents a bottle; 6 bottles for $1.
Try a bottle. For sale by
DR- g? BAER, No. 181 Meeting street.
QB. BAER'S COUGH MIXTURE.
Pleasant, harmless, and effective. Try lt.
Price 29 cents a bottle.
For sale by DB. H. BABB,
No. 181 Meeting street.
A full Stock or the beac and moat reliable of
Fresh supplies received csnatantty, by
DR. BL BABB,
D0T7 Ne, W Meeting street. J
pa- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
FALCON, from Ballimore, are hereby notified
that she la THIS DAT discharging cargo at Pier
No. 1, Union Wharves. All Goods not taken away
at sunset will remain on wharf at Consignees'
risk. MORDECAI A CO.,
^CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
VIRGINA, from Philadelphia, are hereby
notified that she ls discharging Cargo at Brown's
Wnar?. All goods not removed by snnset win
remain on wharf at consignees' risk and ex?
pense. All claims must be made on wharf be?
fore removal of gooda,
decll-l W. A. COURTENAY, Agent.
?WKNIGHTS WISHING TO ATTEND
the GRAND TOURNAMENT AND BALL to ba
given at Walterboro'on Christmas Day,next are
required to forward the character in which they
will ride, also five dollars entrance fee, on or be?
fore the 20th December. AU applications moat be
made to J. W. WILLIAMS or L. B. O'BRYAN.
pa- NOTICE.-NEITHER THE CAP
TAIN or Consignee or the British bark MAGNET
will be responsible for any debts contracted by
the crew. GIBBES A- BARNWELL,
NOTICE.-THE BRITISH BARK
FILLE DE L'AIR, Jones, Master, from'Ltverpool,
ls Tins DAT, stn instant, entered under the Three
(8) Day Act, and will commence discharging un?
der General Order, at Accommodation Whair, on
FRIDAY, the 13th Instant.
AU persons are hereby cautioned against har?
boring or trusting any of the crew or the above
vessel, os no debts of their contracting will be
paid by the Master or
d 3C10-3 HENRY CARD, Agent.
}W PALMBTTO GUARD RIFLE CLUB.
The Members are requested to call at Messrs.
BROWN A JOHNSON';} Hat Store, King street,
opposite Hasel, and have their measures taken for
the New Hats, where a sample can be seen.
~fk\T> BELL SCHNAPPS, DISTILLED
by the Proprietors at Schiedam, in Holland. An
invigorating Tonio and Medicinal Beverage.
Warranted perfectly pure, and free from au
deleterious substances. It ls distilled from Bar?
ley of the finest quality, and the aromatic Juniper
Berry ol Italy, and designed expressly for cases
or Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Dropsy, Goat, Rheu?
matism, General Debility, Cartarrh of the Blad?
der, Pams in the Back and Stomach, and all
diseases of the Urinary Organs, lt gives relief
in Asthma, Gravel and Catcall ia the Bladder,
strengthens and invigorates the system, and ls
a certain preventative and core of that dreadful
scourge, Fever and Ague.
CAUTION I-ASk for "HUDSON G. WOLFE'8
For sale by all respectable Grocers and Apothe?
HUDSON G. WOLFE A CO., Sole Importers.
Office, Na lfi South William street, New York.
PB* BUBNHAM'S AROMATIC DENTI?
FRICE, for Cleaning, Beautifying and Preserving
the Teeth, and imparting a refreshing taste to the
month. Prepared by
BDW. S. BURNHAM,
Graduate or Pharmacy,
No. 421 King street, Charleston, S. 0.
Recommended by the following Dentists: Dr
I. B. PATRICK, Dr. B. A. MUOKBNFUSS".
^.HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN
HAIR RENEWER is no new preparation for ibe
pnbllo to experiment with, its saccess ls on
parallelled for restoring gray hair to its natural
?lor, promoting its growth, and producing new
lau- on bald heads. decT-Btath8n*w
^sVTHE MEMBERS OF THE GERMAN
HUSSARS TILTING CLUB are requested to call
on Mesara. MENKE A MULLER and leave orders
for their Uniforms.
By order of the President.
J. 0 W. BISCHOFF,
J39- THE CONSUMPTIVES OR SUF?
FERER from any pulmonary disease will find
TOTT'S EXPECTORANT the moat genial restora
.lve ever offered an invalid. dec6-6D*w
?egal if ot ices
rflE STATE OF SOUTH 0 ARO LINA
COUNTY OF CHARLESTON.-OOUKT OF
JoMMON PLEAS.-JOtlN L. MACAULAY. Plain
Iff. against I- KA EL EDWARD WOOLF, JULIAN
dos HS ABRAM?, GEOKUE DAVIS and MuRRlS
JANTOR, Defendants.-Summons for Relief, Com
Maint nut served.
To the Defendants, ISRAEL FDWARD WOOLF,
IULIAN MUSES ABRAMS, uEOKQE DAVIS ai d
dORRIS CANTOR: Voa are hen by sum mooed and
?quired to answer the complaint In this action,
vhich is filed in the office o the Clerk of Oom
non Plea? for the said county, aod to serve a
iopy of your answer to the said complaint ou the
ub-crlbers at their office, No. 41 Broad street,
charleston, S. c.. within twenty days after the
lervice hereof, exclusive or the day of Bach ser
rice; and If you fall to answer the complaint
vltbla the time aforesaid, the plaintiff In this so?
lon will apply to tbe Court for the relief de
nanded la the comp alut.
Dated 19th October, 1872.
[SXAL.] A. U. RICHMOND, 0. 0. P.
BUIST A BUIST, Plaintiff's Attorneys.
fr the Defendants, ISRAEL EDWARD WOOLF,
JULIAN MOSES ABRAMS, GEORGE DAVIS
and MORRIS CAN i OR:
Take notice that the Sammons In this action, of I
vbich the foregoing ls a copy, wa? flied in the
iffice of the Clerk of the Court cr common Pleas
or Charleston County the 19th day or October,
872. BUIST A BUIST,
nov20-w6 Plaintiff's Attorneys.
rHE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
CHARLESTON UOUNTY.-By GEORGE
j LIST, Ecq.. Probate Judge.-Whereas, KRQ.
IRD C. JERVEY, or Christ Church Parish, Fur?
ner, made salt to me to grant him Letters of Ad
Dlnlstratlon of the Estate and effects o ITHOMAS
1AML1N, late or christ Church Parish, Farmer.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
nd singular tl e kindred and creditors or the
aid THOMAS HAMLIN, deceased, that they be
ind appear before me in the court of Probate, to
ie held at Oharleeton, on 18th J ecember, 1872,
ifter publication hereof, at ll o'clock in the fore
loon, to show cause, if any they have, why the
etd administration should not be granted.
Given Ui.der my hand, thia sd . ay ot Decem
?er, A. D. 1872. GEORGE BUlsT,
Smsas, QLqjcmuais, JS?i.
rr J. L?H N,~
MPOBTEB OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMER)
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
Io. 450 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now in Stock of my own Importation,
.OW SO? AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Tor "a Bruah? i,
Oar bollo Add,
Pattey's cold cream,
mglish Dolby's Carminative, British Oil, Roche's
Embrocation and ohlorodyne.
??.** AQKNT FOB
LLD EN A CO.'8 SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS,
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
Pills, AC. A0INT FOB
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT POB SOUTH CAROLINA FOB
IB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical Instruments and 3 o od s or foreign man
facture imported to order.
My Dispensing Department ls complete, em
racing all New Remedies.
A fall assortment of TrusseB and Bandages al?
oya on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
'Ith accuracy dav or night ianlOwfmty
?R. FITLER'S VEGETABLE ;iHEU
Warranted under oath never to have failed to
ire. 28,600 Certificates or testimon?ala of care,
lauding Rev. C. H. Ewing, Medlo, Pennsylvania;
*v. Joaepb Beggs, Foils of Schuylkill, Phtladel
hla; the wife cf Rev. J. B. Davis, Hlsrhtstown,
ew Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
hlladelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
hlladelphla: Hon. j v. Oreeley, member Con
ress rrom Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, Cam
en, New Jersey; ex-Senator stewart, Bol?more;
Bfg*BM?Wli Kentucky, ond thousands of
mers. Warranted to cure or money rerunded.
Da. GEO. OAULIKB, Agent,
Julyl-lyr Charleston, s.e.
P~ IONEER STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY OF AX31ES.-Your are hereby
summoned to attend an Adjourned Meeting or
your Company THIS- (Wednesday) EVSNINO. the
nth Instant, at 1 o'clock precisely, a full and
prompt attendance ls required, as business or
Importance will be submitted.
By order or President AUGUSTINE T. Surras.
J. W. McKENttY,
SURVIVORS' ASSOCIATION OP THE
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-The meeting
OJ ihe Survivors' Acsoclatlou or the State or
soutn Carolina, to be held in Charleston on
THUKSDAY, the 12th lnatanc, will assemble at the
?loernian Hall at 12 M. The address by General J.
B. HuOD, win ne delivered at 1 P. M. on Bame
day, at the same place. __
By order or General WADS HAMPTON, President,
decs A. C. HAS&EIAL, secretary,
WANTED, WOMAN A3 COOK, ;
washer and Ironer, for a small family.
Good references required. Apply io Cdptaln
WHiTc;, at the citadel. _deoil-2? ?
WANTED, TWO PLEASANT ROOMS
on a floor, with closet. In the upper part or
the city. Address ..lenan!," DAILY NBWS office.
WANTED, A COLORED GIRL AS I
House Servant. None need apply nnlesj
can come well recommended. Appiy at -NO. 8 Lib?
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, FOR THE
Ladles'Fuel aooiety, to supply present
Wauis, 40 corus oi Oatt Wood until taelr supplj
can be received, apply northeast corner ut Ju- 1
duh and Elizabeth streeta before 12 or after 8 |
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A MAN
servant to wale in tne house, who ls wil?
ling to go into the country. Apply at No. 12
Gieoe Btreet, irom . A. M. to 12 M.
WANTED, IN A RETAIL FRUIT AND
Olgar store, an intelligent louth; also a 1
Gin (white preterredj to mase nerselr generally |
useful In a sinau family. Good reoommeudations !
leqnlred. Apply st .NO. 67 hast Bay. flecll-l*
WOOD.- WANTED, 400 CORDS j
Oak and Pine Wool), for whlcn full
prices will oe paid. A ply at tue northeast cor- '
ner of fradd and orange etreets._decll '
ENGINEER WANTED.-WANTED, AN !
ENGINEER to run a Tug Boat. Apply to 1
aa .CKELFORD A KELLY, North at.antic wnai f.
SERVANT WANTED, A CAPABLE J
Woman to coot and wash, or cook and do 1
lifework. Hecommeodailona required. Apply i
ht NO. -A smith atreet, next north oi Beau/am. ,
WANTED.-TWO YOONG LADIES,
who have had some years experience, and f
wno are entirely cumpetent to teach, In addition
to the ordinary course, the higher Mathematics, *
Lai in and Music, d esl re a situation for next year, i
Address, stating terms, B. and N., care box No. <
64, bennettsviUe, 8. a decil-18
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
wash for a small family. Apply at Nxws ] i
WANTED, A WHITE GIRL (PROTEST-1 \
AKT preferred,) to take charge of a ohtld
and assist In the house. Apply at Na 121 Queen
WANTED, A STEADY WOMAN AS
- Child's Nano and io assist tn Housework.
I OL u to stay tn the house preferred. Apply at No.
19 Kutledge, near Montagne street._decB-8
WANTED, A WOMAN WITHOUT |
ENCUMBRANCE, to Cook and do House
\> urk for a small lanuly. Apply at No. S Meetlug
Btreet, Detween the hours pf l and 4 P. M.
WANTED, LADIES TO SAVE FIFTY 1
PER CENT. FAN DY HATS, latest styles, I
from 26c. to $1. French Corsees, 75c. ARCHER'S <
WANTED, ALL TO KNOW MY STOCK I
ia the largest and cheapest collection of
FANOY GOODS tum Bide lae Potomac ARCHER'S |
WANTED, LADIES TO BU* THEIR
FANCY GO??^at ARCHER'S BAZAAR,
ana save Hi ty per oenc by so doing.
TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND BIOE IJ
Barrel Staves wanted. Apply at bt?NNETT'3 11
M1L.L. NO. 208 East Bay street. deco-mwrma
A?OUNG LtAJMf-WISHES A SUUA
xi ON, lu a beaitby part of the State, as 1
luncher of ihe Kn*Usn Brauches and Rudiments 1
or Music. References given if required. Ad- ?
dress J. tt. E., thrungli charleston P. o. novio
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER I ?
bf l ul l's OF THU WORLO, TU t; TR?A&- I t
; liSE HOUSE OF AMERICA. THE GREAT BOOR
ut THE YRAR. Agents report eales ol26 io 100
copies m a lew hours or days. Prospectus tree.
AU a res.- J. W. GOUOSPEEO, New York, Chicago, 11
Cincinnati, S'. Louis, New Orleans. 11
octi-8mosD*w I \
dbl KA PER DA Y.-LABORERS 11
YJ JL?U \J Wanted, to Mine carolina F hos- |1
juica. Auie boulea hands can make irom $126
io $1-0 par day. Comfortable Lodgings pro?
vided tree of charge.
Appiy ac the Wurks or the Ashley Land Phos*
phaiu Company, near sineath's station, South
Carolina i.ailroad, or to
C. R. HOLMES,
Accommodation wharf, Charleston, S. 0. ,
tost ano ? armit.
LOST, ~AT^ATA^NA?^AILROAD j
Oepot Monday evening, December 2d, a
t vii CAPE. The tinder will be rewarded If leic |
sj NO. 10 Legare street. deos-mwa*
TO RENT, TH^COMI?GDIOUS BESI
DENCE, No. 66 Tradd Btreet. near Meeting,
containing six square rooms, cistern, Ac. Apply
at drug store, NO. Sfi Broad ai reet. deoll-2*
FOR RENT, A FEW MORE COMFORTA?
BLE ROOMS, from $2 10 $3 per month.
Plenty of cistern water. ARCHER'a BAZAAR.
ROOMS TO BENT, AT No. ll DOUGHTY
Btreet. inquire on the premises, novis
TO BENT, THAT LARGE AND COM?
MODIOUS Building. No. 149 East Bay, re
ceutly occnpled as the Publication Offlce of TUB
NBWS, and formerly known as the French Corree
House. For terms, AC, applv at the office of
THE NEWS, NO. 19 Broad Btreet._?ep28
THE FINE AND REMUNERATIVE GRO?
CERY STORK. 0 .rner 01 Longitude lane and
East bay,eau be bought at private sale on very lib?
eral terms, the pre-eut own. ra desirUg co remove
to their store, corner of Ring and> 'iradd streets.
Apply at their blore for further Information,
JUST ARRIVED, ONE CAB-LOAD OF
Heavy and Light Draft HORSES, young and
bound. R. OAKMAN'S Stables, No. 85 Ohurch
Btreet; declO 2*
TWENTY HEAD' FINE BROKE MULES
for sale on time at Kentucky Sale stables,
No. 39 Church street. BAMBERG A MCCOY.
FOR SALE, A LOT OF EXTRA FINE
HORSES ANO MULES, at the BU Oser ibe r's
Stables, Queen street. P. WEST. dcclu-4?
MULES AND HORSES JUST RECEIV?
ED FROM KENTUCKY.-A car load of
cueap Plantatlou Mules and Horses. AU had the
epizootic and well of lt. Apply at WILSON'S
STABLES, No. 148 Meeting street. dec7 6*
ii oar oin?.
PLEASANT AND REASONABLE
Board can he h sd 0-1 ihe Hue of the City
Raliway hy apclyhtg to H. H. VERNON at FO
uARTI l.'S BOOK DEPOSITORY. dedi l?
SUMMERVILLE.-M RS. JENKINS
tuvi: g taken and thoroughly refuted the
weil known and pleas tntly situated Bouse lately
occupied by Mrs. Doucju, la now prepared to ac?
commodate BOARDERS comfortably.
NO. 266 KING STREET.-FAMILIES
and Bingle gentlemen can obtain board on
reason Mt>, termB. declo-4*
Confettumerg, Cogs, &t
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL^TOCK^OF
Rich Fancy Goods, Toys, Games,
Fireworks, French confectionery,
Rubber Goods, Ac,
Is now openlog, (nearly every steamer brings
In a fresh supply of the latest novelties until the
Holidays are over,) ac
VON S ANTEN'S BAZAAR,
No. 229 King Btreet,
nov2-smw24 Next to Academy of Music
DEMY OF MUSIC.
Third Night and l:r men ie (access of the
Only time of the beautlfdl Operatic Borleiqae,
TO-MORROW NIGHT, the Now York success this
Grand Matinee on saturday. See
small bills for particulars. decll-l
JP IRELAND MARIN??n????lL?liCEr
PHENIX INSURANCE COUPANT OF BROOK?
LYN, NEW YORK.
MANHATTAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF
NEW YO BE.
Fire and Marine BISKS taken In the above
reliable and substantial Coi apantes.
S. Y. TOPPER, Agent,
deco-mwfs East Bay street.
gEVEN PER CENT, SECOND MORT?
GAGE BONDS SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL?
The South Carolina Rai rosa Company having |
areated a Second Mongaga, amounting to
THREE MILLION DOLLARS,
for toe purpose of retiring ail fa floating obliga?
tions and arranging its Non Mertgage Bonds, and
the Bonds authorised to be Issued under said
Mortgage having been duly executed, they are ?
now offered for sale at thia office at 76 per cent.
Payment will be accepted as follows, vis : Two
thirds of the purchase money will be received in
the 7 percent. Non-Mortgage Bonds of the Com?
pany at 76 percent.; balance tn cash.
The value of the security now offered omi les lt
to very high consid?ration. The Mortgage cov
?rs the entire property of the Company, eaibrac
og Si] miles of first-class Bead, abundantly
equipped with Locomotives and .Oars in fine con
litton, and all the appurtenances ot a first-class
Railroad, th? first Mortgage being only $3,000,000.
The basin esa of the Road for the present year ls
sst! mated at $1,400,000gros?, and ita net revenue
it over $660,000. Its present prospects furnish
imple ground for very satisfactory activations
>f (nure earnings. The Bonds bear date October .
.st, anu ave attached Coupons for 7 percent,
jer anni, 'nterest payable in April andOcto
>er in the 1 or New York. After the 8lst De?
cember, 1 ist *, the price of the Bonds will be
?6 per cont, s accrued interest. '
J. T. WELS MAN,
&INGS' MOUNTAIN MILITARY
YORKYTLLE, SOUTH CAROLINA.
The First Session of the School year, 1878, will
)egla February 1st, and end Jane soth.
avrma for School expenses, 1. e., board, tn'tlon,
'?ol, lighu. washing, stationery, Ac, $186 per
ienalon, payable la advance. For Circulars,
id dreas COLON? L A. COWARD,
jyjASONIC FEMALE COLLEGE,
COKESBURY, SOUTH CAROLINA,
W. CHRISTIE BESET, PRESIDENT.
SESSION BEGINS MONDAY, 3D FEBRUARY, 1873.
The Board or Trusteed take pleasure In an
loaocing that they havo elected Mr. Benet to the
iresideucy or the College. Mt. Benet ls well
cnown as an experienced aud successful Teacher,
id vi UR for several yeai s 0 ea rector or Oosesbury
Hale Academy. He will be as*lsied in the Ller
iry aaa Muslo T epartmunt by a properly quail
led staff of teachers. The Board feel BU? that
lader his presidency yo mg ladies can obtains
Irst-claf H education.
Fees for the scholastic year twenty (20) dollars,
mirty-nve (86) dollars, and arty (60| douais, con
lngent lee two (2) dollars. Mosto and other ex
ra branches at the usual rates.
Board can be obtained in the best families at
(io per month, exclusive of washing and lights.
The Board or Trna ees desire to make the col?
eg e the pride of the Masonic fraternity; and tbey
latter therese.?eB th-it. n having for President a
vorthy Master Maaon of the highest attainments
is a teacher, with a competent corps of OBBIS
ants, with a iocalliy pioverbially healthy, with
loard and tuition at tates so moderate, they
nerlt and will secure th 3 patronage of tue public,
iud of brother Masons iii particular.
J. K. VANCE, President of Board.
F. F. GARY. Secretary._Ueciip-ioi
6 ti ir ta ano -fat nis liing ($0000.
LATEST STYLES I
COMPORTABLE FIT I
SSSSSSSS SCOTT'S SSSSSSSS
S STAU B HIRTS AND COLLARS. S
S Ready-male and made B
S to Order. S
S - S
S M I! N'S S
S FURNISHING S
SSSSSSSS GC ODS. SSSSSSSS
AT THE GREAT SHIRT EMPORIUM !
OOK FOR TBE STAlt SIGN,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
HE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELIE A WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now Helling these superior MACHINES
a Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repal mg done promtly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANUF'O OO.,
aprt-lyr No. 200 King street.
^ITY TAX NOTICE.-OITY TREA8
J URY, CHARLESTON, S. C., DECEMBER 6,
?72.-By Ordinance the time Tor paying the last
stalment of corporation Tax and all Arreara or
ixea for thia year, will end on the 16th instant,
id upon all Taxes due and unpaid on that day
penalty of twenty p< r cent, will attach, and re?
?ros for such Taxes v^lll be on 1st January, 1873,
nt to the sheriff for nxecutlou.
deco-8 P. J. OOOQAN, City Treasurer.
J EMOVAL. -TB E SADDLERY WABE
\ HOUSE of WM. BARRAL bas been remov
[ from No. 19 Hayne street to No. 160 MEETING
"KLET, corner of Hasel street, where win be
und a general assorl ment of SADDLES, Bridles,
arness, Carriage and Harness Materials, with
I other Goods usually found in Bach an estab
?rorenes, Cloners, ??c.
J^EWSTORE AND NEW 8Tec?
The subscriber bege to announce to the pabilo
that he toot possession or bis new establishment
-MEETING, NEAR QUEEN STREET-yesterday
afternoon, when lt was formilly thrown open
rolly hupplled with a splendid stock or
FRUITS. CONFECTIONERIES, CANARIES AND
FANCY CAGES, WILLOW WARE, NUTS
OF ALL KINDS, Ac.
Malaga Grapes soo per p DU od
Delaware Grapes zoe per ponnd
New Da*c316c per ponnd
Layer Raisins 20o per ponnd
Assorted Nnts 20c per pound
Choice Bananas rrom 20c to soc per dosen
Choice Apples from loo to 80c per dozen
Oranges from 20c to 80c per dozen
Limes fie per dozen
Cn olee lot of Figs In baskets and boxes.
He takes pleasure In informing the pnbllo that
he has secured the service of a First-Class Confec?
tioner, and will always be prepared to furnish the
bett ot CANDIES, Sugar and Molasses, either at
Wholesale or Retail.
He ls now manufacturing the following delica?
cies: CANDIES-Taffy, Yellow Jack, Cocoanut?,
Strips, Honeycomb, Black Walnut, New York
Cocoanut, Soft Cocoanut and many other kind?,
whloh will be found fresh on his counters.
He has on band a 1 area and unexcelled Stock ol
Determined to spare no pains to make his Es?
tablishment perfect of its kind, he hopes for a
continuance or that patronage whtoh has been so
considerately bestowed upon him.
decll-1 Meeting, near Queen street,
.pp.Y AND APPLES.
EASTERN HAT, choice, 00 bales
Apples, 100 bbls. Strictly Al
Apples, 25 bblB Prime, lindlog ex-Mercedlta.
decll-1_ROACH A MOFFATT.
g HIN G LE S 1 SHINGLES I SHINGLES I
20,000 SHINGLES for Bale. Apply at Tanning's
Wharf, or to KINSMAN A HOWELL.
g LATES 1 CEMENT I
?8,000 WELSH SLATES 18X0,16x10,16X8
100 barrels Fngllsh Portland Cement, now land?
ing ex "Fille del'Lalr," from Liverpool.
For sale by HENRY CARD,
QOAL I COAL 1 GOAL 1 LANDING.
Do yon want good warm Area? Buy your
COAL at the corner or Hasel and East Bay
streets. Thai's the place yon can get the best
quality Red Ash, Egg for parlor nae, Steve and
i heBtnut for cooking ranges. Also, White Ash
COAL for steam engines and foundries Ail at
the lowest prices by applying to
F. P. SEIONIOUS,
decll-2 Coal Yard.
JTEW STORE I FRESH GOODS I
We would respectfully inform our friends and
the citizens ot Charleston that we have opened a
NO. 818 KING STREET.
OPPOSITE LIBERTY STREET,
And are now offering First-class Goods at prices
to Bolt the times.
BYRNE A FOGARTY.
IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
BYRNE A FOGARTY have opened a GROCERY
STORE at No. 318 King street, opposite Liberty
Btreet, on the cash system. Baying and seUlng
for cash only, thereby giving their customers the
advantage of getting their goods at the lowest
poatlb e rates. Call and examine for yourself.
Do not forget the number, 318 King Btreet, oppo
site Liberty street._DOV28-fmw8moe
-pOK SALE, BAGGING 1 BAGGING 1
Five hundred rolls No. 1 LUDLOW BAGGING.
Apply at MOSES GOLDSMITH A SON.
WOOL, HIDES, SKINS AND FURS
We are paying the highest cash prices for
Hides, Wool, Skins, Furs and Beeswax, at
MOSES GOLDSMITH A SON,
oov2Mmo Tendne Range.
JjlOOD FOR THE MILLION.
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE,
AMERICAN OI.UB FISH-BONELESS
The Cheapest and best Food In existence. In
whole, halves and quarter boxes.
PAUL B. LALANE & CO.,
No. ITS East Bay, Charleston, S. C., Bole Agents,
Liberal discount to the trade. sepio-smos
A R T I N & MOOD,
(Successors to late E. E. Bedford,)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GBOCEES,
Nos. 127 and 129 MEETING. STREET,
Corner Market street, Charleston, south Carolina,
Keep on hand a well selected Stock of Choice
Country orders respectfully solicited. No charge
for packing, and goods delivered free of charge
to any part of the city, Railroad Depots and
W. H. WitLon-FLEETWOOD LAKNXAU-L. EASON,
jfoint Stock QLompang.
OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COM?
PANY for the benefit Gi the State Orphan Asylum.
CLASS No. 203-T?RSOAV MORNING, Dec 10.
12- 4-63-28-34-88-75-43-24- 6-74-46
CLASS No. 294-TUESDAY EVENING, Deo. 10
13- 24-80-34-61-60- 2- 9- 7-73-66-29
decll-1 A. MOROSO, Sworn Co m m si st oe er.
pACIHC GUANO COMPANY'S
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
This GUANO ls now sowell known In all the
Southern States for Its remarkable effects asan
agenoy for increasing the products of labor, as
not to require special recommendation from ns.
Its use for seven years past has established Its
character for reliable excellence. The large fixed
capital Invested by the Company in this trade
affords tine surest guarantee of the continued ex?
cellence of tbls Guano.
The supplies pat Into market this season are,
as heretofore, prepared ander the personal sn per
intendence of Dr. Ht. Jallau Ravenel, Chemist or
the Company, at charleston. S. 0., hence planters
may rest assured that Its quality and composition
la precisely the same as that heretofore sold.
J. N. HOBSON,
Selling Agent, Charleston S. C.
JNO. S. RhESE ACO.,
General AsentB, Baltimore.
TBBMIJ-$48 cash; $63 time, without interest.
To accommodate planters they can order now
ind have until the ist or April te decide as to
whether they will take at time or cash price.
When delivered from the Factory by the carload
aodrayage will be charged.
ari-Papers that Inserted my advertisement last
rear win pleas? copy. nov20 wfmno*w8moa
rvFFIOE OF THE CHARLESTON
COllNBB OF GEORGE AMD ANSON STBBST8.
The Institute ls divided Into the following De
In tbls Department every complaint known to
romeo Is treated with unvarying Buccess.
DEPARTMENT FOR HEART DISEASE,
in this Department this formidable disease ls
rested with the most gratifying results.
DEPARTMENT FOR SKIN DISEASES.
Every form of Skin disease permanently cured
ONSUMPTION AND CATARRH DEPARTMENT.
In thia Deoartment I have made many lmpor
inc discoveries In the treatment of Long, Throat
nd Nose Diseases.
EYE AND EAR DEPARTMENT.
The Eye and Ear most tenderly and triumphant
Cancers and Tumors are here cured in ninety
ases oat of every one hundred.
Devoted to the exclusive treatment of a clans of
iaUdl.es nameless here. Alt consultations and
Hairs of a private nature B trie ti y confidential.,
I dally perform the most Important operations
nowa to surgery.
For additional information,, call or address,
* . Da. R. B. HEWITT,
decs Charleston, s. C.
?rorerita, frrruore, &t;
806 K INO ST.
SM KINO ST.
806 KINO ST.
806 KINO ST.
806 KUHa ST.
806 KINO ST.
806 KINO ST.
806 KINO ST.
806 KINO ST.
806 KINO ST.
806 KINO ST.
806 KINO ST.
306 KING ST.
SOC KIN Q ST.
806 KINO ST.
806 KINO ST.
806 KING ST.
806 KINO ST.
806 KING ST.
806 KINO ST.
806 KING ST.
30LIDAY GOODS !
HOLIDAY GOODS I
Holiday Goods I
Strawberry Jam In
pound pet?, toe, each,
Dandee Mirai slade, 8
pound pots for one
Buy your ilouday Goods
from ( ,
Smoked Tongues, ?ev
6Qty-flve otfita stony
worth fl ii, ?
Brandy Fruits, all
kinda, from one to for?
ty d ulla rs per Jar.
Seedless Raisins, eight
pounds for one dollar.
Send TOUT orders to
Preserved. Fruits in all
Pickled Fruits, some?
thing new, att shapes.
New Cition, New Lem
For anything Nice,, go ? ,w
to . aROOEBY.
W I LO O KB'.. a
-O- . QRO?XBY.
New Currants-sight j '
pounds for one donor. -
-O- - GBOCKRY.
Jellies from twenty
cents to Ave donara :
: par jar. ??.... GROCERY.
Sweet Older on draught
To tee tte ?j GROCERY.
Neatest store ia Uu
city go to - ~ ?
? , - . WILSONS/.
W I L 8 ONS'.
Choice Table 'Butter ai- WILSONS*.
ways on hand., . ,
Family flour: frond WILSOSTT.
expressly for us.
Parched coSee recelv WILSONS',
Ii you want anything WILSONS".
rare go to _
Ground Coffees to order
-O- ; WILSONS'.
Try toe Teas nt fifty ? m H
oanta, sold, only . ??
Best Tea, only one dd- . ?'...'"
lar and forty oentsv %?bi?
Good Te? at eighty
Yon can aa ve twenty
five centaon *
every pound of Tea WILSONS',
Bo charge for deliver. -*? >
lng Gooda. WILSON*.
No chalga for Packing.
Port leola r attention to WILSONS'. :
Country orders ^ '
Address BOX SSS I WILSONS'.
Anns? BOX 888 I WILSONS.
ADDRESS BOX8881 WILSONS'.
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J? O B E I G N P B U l T .
JOST ARRIVED PER
100,000 Havana Oranges
1,000 sugar-Loaf Pineapples.
SCHOONER O ABBIE
' fa ?sf-a?i
JUST ARRIVED PER SCHOONER EQUATOR:
176,000 Heath sra Oranges
1,000 Bird-Eye Pineapples
3,000 Large crape Fruit
JUST ARRIVED PEB SCHOONER OLD CHAD,
AND NOW LANDING AT FRASER'S WHARF :
1,200 bunches Selected Baracoa Bansin
20,000 Half-Husked Cocoanuts
20,000 clean cocoanuts. .
JUST ARRIVED PEE SCHOONER HEATON, AND
NOW LANDING AT FRASER'S WHARE:
MO barrels Prime Assorted Apples
,100 boxes Malaga Lemoas ~
200 boxes Gold Drajon Fire Oracktn .
20 bales Tarragona Almonds "
20 bales Naples Walnuts
20 bales Spanish FUberta ;
20.bales Eraxil Nuts
20 bales Texas Pecans
6 cases, drums and hxlf-dunu Figs
6 cases Fancy Bsokets Flgs .
6 cases Fla? Boxes Figs
6 cases Small Oval Figs ^
2 cases Lea horn Citron .
26 boxes Turkish Prunes
26 boxes Pressed Dates.
TO ARRIVE PER STEAMER FALCON:
loo boxes Layer Basins ?
loo quarter boxes Layer Basins
60 boxes Loose Muscatels.
TO ABRITE PEB STEAMER VIRGINIA :
600 ms. Candy-Fancy Mixtures
500 Bs. candy-Fine French Mixtures
200 lbs. Arabian Gum Drops
60 lbs. Royal Gum Drops ?
60 gross Assorted Prize Candies. .
ALSO, IN STORE:
Jackson White, Early Bose, Peerless ead Prince
North Carolina and African Peanuts.
Cape Cod Cranberries.
Canned Gooda, Jellies, Ac,, Ac.
For sale by . '
PAUL, WELCH A GO., .
deoio-3 so, as East Ray,