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Sanen ?oo?e, Sioticn?, &z.
JOHN S. FAIRLY & CO.,
f WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
HOSIERY &. WHITE GOODS,
So. 37 HAYSE STREET,
Desire to call the attention of Merchants visit
lng_the city at thia time to their very A TTE.- *"
IVE STOCK Of
AND OTHER GOODS SUITABLE
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Their nsnal Stock la.also very FULL AND DE
SIBABLE IN ?VERY DEPARTMENT. They
solicit irom their custome-a and the Trade gen
orally the favor of an early call. decll 10
OP THE CELEBRATED
wm SEWING MICH?
. \;' Vi ; .. r..
181,260 80LD IN 1871.
?2,784 MOKE THAN INF OTHER CO.
NC 186 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Hats, Claps, Ut.
NO. 201 KINO 8TREET,
Invites the attention of the Public to his
FINE STOCK OF
mn, MPS AND FOBS.
CHILDREN'S FANCY ?ATS
201 King Street.
Jj A Y 1 S 4 CO.,
PATENT, LAND, INFORMATION AND CLAIM
AGENCY, WASHINGTON, D. 0.
A GREAT PUBLIC WANT, AT LAST, SUP?
Knowing that there are hundreds of men in all
parts of tue country who dally need INFORMA?
TION In regard to Pensions, Bounties, Patents,
Internal Reven ue Licenses and Decisions, the con?
dition of Contractors' Accounts, or some othersl
of the endleu claims which go before the several
Departments of the Government, which informs
tlocu li it can bi. tarnished RELIABLY and
PROMPTLY, saves them the loss of time and the
expanse of a visit to the seat or Government,
has indo oed us to establish, in connection with
oar Patent. Land and Claim Agency, an INFOR?
Wa can furnish, upon the shortest notice, SPE?
CIFIC AND RELIABLE Information in regard to
any poJert involved m the basin ess of the varions
Departments, or can transact any of the business
The.aid Congressmen will, from obvious rea?
sons ba very.willing to afford us, (when necessa
2J eur long acquaintance and familiarity with
e officers and with the routine or public busi?
ness, and .our prompt and unremitting atten?
tion ta all matters eu trusted to os, enables ns
to offer the best facilities ior obtaining informa?
tion; and we desire to afford lt on the most rea
All letters enclosing One Dollar, with a stamp
for return postage, will be immediately answered
and explicit and satisfactory Information given.
In ita pursuit no efforts will be spared, and lt will
he communicated with the utmost and scrupu?
lous fidelity, so as to be absolutely reliable. We
axe determined to merit-and secure-the un qual?
ified coondenoeO: our patrons.
jay Parties having lanas for sale, especially la
th? Southern States, will find it to their advant?
age to lend us a foll description of their premises,
with tarros, Ao., as we now have an application,
from ? Colony of 8WEDES, for One Hundred
Th pans nfl Acres or Land in the Southern states.
Dsscrtpttves of land must be accompan,ed with
! ONE DOLLAR to pay for translating, Ac lr sold,
" a moderate fee (2* per cent ) charged.
SBKQon trac tors' Ac counts for conveying the
United states Msll prior to 1880, as also Assistant
Marshals' AooouniB for taking Census of I860
bought ox received ror collection.
^ Hon. J.J. MARTIN, Sixth Auditor of the Trea?
sury for the Poa tornee Department.
' Hon. D. P. HOLLOWAY, late commissioner of
M. W. BARR. Agent Southern Associated Press.
RITES A BAILEY, Proprietors Congressional
A. ROMAN A CO, Publishers, San Francisco,
. JOHN CUMMINS, late Associate Justice, Sn
' - nrente Qsnrt, Boise City, idaho.
MOSES KELLY, Esq., Cashier National Metro?
OHAS. A. ?AXES, Esq., Cashier Bank of Wash
a1aE3. MCDONALD, Esq., Chief Clerk or United
tates Senate, Washington, D. 0.
CLINTON LLOYD, Esq., Pay Clerk, House of
Representatives, Washington. D. 0.
His. HAYES, Esq., Reporter Asscolated Presa,
House of Representatives, Washington.
F. H. SMITH, Es?? Official Reporter House or
.-Representatives, Washington, D. c.
0. P. CULVER, Attorney-at-Law, Washington,
And to the members generally or Congress.
Address DAVIS A CO..
Patent, Land, information and
f Claim. Agents, Pos tomeo Glacs Box,
deoa-wsmos No. sst, Washington, D. C.
J\ A . J . s ULT?TA N ,
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
NO. 113 MEETING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO
Desires to. Inform his friends and the public
thai ne u prepared to carry on the GENERAL
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs of all kinds at?
tended to, Designs and estimates furnished upon
jyj-oSES GOLDSMITH k SON,
COLONNADE BOW, VENDUE RANGE.
Highest Cash Price paid for WOOL, WAX
' JS&k**' p*per 8t0C**Iron'80(1811 Und*of
k Dealers in COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
7 pig iron. utayao-mwiiyr
J. H. LAWTON
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BUILDING
Corner of Kins; and Market Streets,
_goose, gfroea, gc.
THE GREAT SECRET
BM been held inviolate by the Graft for many
centuries, and THE GRBAT SECRET o? 800CeB9 tn
the transaction or every business ls comprised In
LARGE CASH SALES, with small profits. The
rabscilbers rally realizing; this mercantile fact,
lave opened another Retah Establishment at the
?mer of King and Wentworth streets, ander the
iasonic Temple, and have Jost received and
> Fresh and Complete S*ock or Boots and
Ihoes of the latest and most fashionable styles,
or Ladles, Misses, Gents. Boys and Children
ogether with a large variety of Trunks, Valises
latchels and Ladles' Belt Bags, to all or which
hey invite the attention of friends, cn8tomara
.nd the public generally,
\T THE NEW MASONIC
LEWIS, ELIAS & CO..
0. SM, CORNER KING AND WENTWORTH STS.
Drp ?coos, &t.
J. R. READ ft CO.
Invite special atttentlon to their choice
DRESS GOODS, SILKS, VELVET?
EENS, BLACK QUODS, KID
(m all grades, Si 00 to $8 00.)
EMBROIDERIES, FANCY GOODS.
CLOAKS, SHAWLS AND F?RS.
IV O. 363 KING,
OPPOSITE HAS BL 8TB RT.
Poors, Gasljes ano Slinos
WOOD MOULDINGS, STAIR RAILS, NEWELS,;
AND ALL KINDS OF FANCY GLASS.
LARGE STOCK-LOWEST RATES
ORDER WORK SOLICITED.
SEND FOR ESTIMATE AND PRICE LISTS.
KEOGH ft THORNE,
254 AND 286 CANAL STREET,]
deoo-lyr New York City.
SIMS, BLINDS, DOORS.
WHITE PINE, WALNUT
tUILDERS' SUPPLIES AND
Sen* for Price List.
I. H. HALL & CO.,
AST BAY AND MARKET STREETS,
VlCT WITT OP NKW OU8TOMHOU8I. .
Serpentine Koola, Coopers' ffiools, Ijaronmre, #r.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
HACKERS. BRASS WIRE CLOTH.
DIPPERS. IRON WIRE CLOTH.
AXES. TRUSS HOOPS.
GLUE. HOOP IRON.
FOR SALE BT
HART & CO.,
CORNER KING AND MARKET STREETS,
39 HAYNE STREET,
CHARLESTON, S, O.
l?BCHGOTT, BENEDICT ? CO.,
MO. 276 Kl.Mi aTKKKT.
Will offer for tho week commencing
Monday. December o, and tbrooghoot
in Every Department. j
A decided redaction bas been made la
all our prices, and we offer tb ia week.
In all of oar Departement.
And ail in need of Goods will do well
to call and examine onr stock.
We mention below tbe prices of only
few of onr goods :
100 pieces 4-4 Wamsutta, Bleached,only
5 caaes 4-4 Bleached, 12* and 16, worth
16 and 18 cents
2 cases 10-4 Snooting, only 40 cents
2 bales 8-4 Wadis Flannels, 20 cents,
6 bales 3 4 White Flannels, 26 and 80,
worm so and 40 cent*
? cases 10 4 White Blankets, only $3 60
too pieces Fine Oaaslmere, $1 $1 26,
worth si 60
60 pieces Fine Casstmere.il 60, wortb $2
i case Plain and Flgnred Dress Goods.
25 pieces Fine Poplin, 30 and 36 oenta
60 pieces Black Alpaca, only 60 cents.
Great Redaction la Black Silks
Great Reduction m Colored Silks
Great Redaction ia Vatours.Sllk Poplins
and Fine Dress Goods
Great Redaction in Mourning Goods
Six-inch Bash Ribbon, only $1, al)
Great Bargains in all the New Shade?
Great Bargains in Bows, Ties and Silk
Great Bargains In Kid Gloves, (see
Great Fargnlns ia Laces, Handker?
chiefs, Cuffs and Collara
Great Bargains In Jut Sets, Hair Orna?
ments, Aa, Ac.
Great r rgalns In Silk Trimmings,
Silk 1 rlnttcs
Fall L. .sof Ladles' Underwear
Foll Lines of Gents' Furnishing Goods
Foll Lines of Hosiery and Notions
Ail at Great Bargains.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED IN
CARPETS, OIL CLOTH,
MATTINGS AND RUGS.
Fine VELVET CARPETS marked down
Fine English-Body Brussels Carpel
Fine English Tapestry BraBBels marked
Fine Three Ply Carpet marked down
Fine Wool Carpets marked down
Fine Ingrain Carpets marked down
Floe Hemp Carpets marked down '
Fine Venetian Carpets marked down
Good Quality Ingrain Carpets for 66,66
and 76 cents
Good 4-4 Matting marked down
Oil Cloths, Rags, Mat a, all marked down.
Oar Wholesale Departments are com?
plete, and we constantly offer Great
Bargains to Merchants, Farmers, and
ali in need of Gooda.
Oar Millinery Department is the best
assorted in this market.
FUROHGOrr, BENEDICT A CO.,
No. 276- King Street.
P. P. TOALE,
?anufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
to RE DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
OULDINGS, WINDOW GLASS,
EWBLB, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
1LU8TER8, SLATE MANTELS.
?FPIOE AND 8ALE8 ROOMS,
No. 20 Kayne street,
ACTOR Y, HOBLBEC K'S WHABF
tailoring, (Eloping, Sf t.
NEW GOODS !
MENKE ft MULLER,
TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
INVITE. THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO j
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
GENTS' FURNISHING. GOODS,
AND CHOICE MATERIALS
FOR. CUSTOM WORK.
AN INSPECTION OF THE
GOODS AND PRICES
COIL KING AND WENTWORTH STS.,
14 KESPECTKl'IiLY SOLICITED.
.furniture Polis I).
rp ^Y j rp
TOU WILL FIND IT HANDY, USEFUL AND CON
THE BEST ARTICLE EVER INVENTED
TO OLEAN AND RENOVATE OU) FURNITURE,
MAKING IT LOOK PERMANENTLY Bil IO QT,
EQUAL TO NEW.
G. w. AIM AR, Klag street.
0. F. SCH WATTMAN, Klag street.
DR. H. BAER, Meeting street.
C. F. PANK.NIN, Meeting street.
DR. A. RAOUL, King street.
D. TOUT, King Btreeu
0. J. LUHN, King street.
And for sale by all Grocers and Fancy Goods
Stores In Charleston. '
Price fifty cents per bottle.
JOHN F. HENRY,
# No. B College Place, New Yorlt.
The trade supplied try
PHILIP WI NEMAN & CO.,
No. 86 HAYNS STREET,
- Wholesale Agents for the southern states.
GLijarf, ?aoauo. Ul.
In order to go Into another Business, I will
dispose of my
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. The GoodB
most be sold by tbe last of this month, as I will
have no use for them.
Call at once and make y our selections either in
small lota or in bulk.
THE ENTIRE LOT OF
AND FANCY GOODS
MUST BE SOLD.
Emperor "William Cigar Store,
No. 310 KING STREET,
mohMyrooAW CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Tho First-class British Phip ISLAND ^?1*
HOME, sinclair, Master, havine a portlonSSS
of her cargo engaged will hi ve immediate dis
paioh. Apply to HENRY CA KU,
. . Exchange Ranne,
THE PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter,
Are now regularly on the Line, insuring a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and in alliance with Railroad Compa?
nies at both termini, afford r?pld transportation
to and from all points In the Cotton States, and
to and from cincinnati, st. Lonls, Chicago and the
principal cities of the Northwest, Host on, Provl
dence and the Eastern Mannfaotnring Centres.
Sf The VIRGINIA ls appointed to sall from
Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, 13th December, at a
o'clock P. M.
aa- The GULF STREAM will follow.
For particulars of Freight changements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. 13
south Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
R NEW YORE.
ON THURSDAY, 12TH DECEMBER, AT
1 O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
1 STATE BOOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewbeel Steamship
GEORGIA, Orowell, Commander, will sall for New
York on THURSDAY. I2ih December, at 1 o'clock
P. M., from Pier No. 2,Union Wharves.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England cities as usual.
&g~ Insurance by steamers of this line >i per
For Freight or Passage engagements, having
very floe Deck Stateroom accommodations, ap?
ply to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 26 Broad
street, or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. I Union
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
?ND THE CITIES OF THE NOBTHWEST.
The Fine Steamship FALCON, J. F. Haynte,
?om mander, will sall for Baltimore, on SATURDAY,
4th December, at 4 o'clock P. M.
tt~ Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
il ty by railroad from Baltimore without addi
ional insurance, and Consignees are allowed
imple time to sample and sell their Goods fron;
be Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL 0. TRENHOLM, Agent,
decio 6 No. a Union Wharves.
PIHANGE OP SAILING .DAYS.
?ACTFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
THROUGH LINE TO'
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pier
lo. 42, North River, loot of Canal street,,_
lew York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the IKE -?om
nd 80th of every month, except when these dates
all on sunday, then the saturday preceding.
All departures connect at Panama with steam
rs for south Pacific and Central American ports.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran
Isco first of every month, except when lt falls on
unday-then on the day pre noding.
No California Steamers touch at Havana, bul
o direct from New York to AsplnwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult
ledlclne and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other Information, apply
t the COMPANY'S TlOKEr OFFICE, on thc
vharf foot of Oanal street, North River, New
ort. F. B, BABY, Agent.
EXCURISION TRIP TO FORT SUM?
The f-teamer POCOSIN, Captain - ?ff-?w
7. H. Canoon, wi 1 leave Ferry?SjESBsha
fhart, foot or Market street, THIS DAT, ati*
'clock M.. and return to City at half past 2 o'clock
'. M. Fare for trip Si. deal l-l
p O S SAVANNAH,
UESDAY, THURSDAY and SUNDAY EVENING,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
The Splendid Side-Wheel Steamers _ _ mPT^t*
'IOTATOR and CITY POINT will feffifll-S
iave Southern Wharf ae above.
No extra charge made fer Meals and 'State
For Freight and Passage apply to
I.AVENEL A CO.,
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and East.Bay.
EEKLY LINE TO
SAVANNAH, GA., AND SEMI-WEEKLY TO
BEAUFORT, S. C.
Captain W. r. McNelty,
Will leave Accommodation Wharf . Jr?w
very MONDAY MORNING,at 8 o'clock, jpJggSSf:
ir Savannah, Beaufort, Hut DU Head and BttSEa
relis. Returning, will lei,ve Savannah every
wm leave for Beaufort, Pacific and Ohisolm's
endings every THURSDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock,
lemming, will leave Beaufort every FRIDAY
Goods consigned to care cf Agents will be for
rarded free of storage or c? nm lesion.
Freight received WKDVES.D AYS and SATURDAYS
mst be prepaid to Way Lan lings.
Freight received for point* ou Savannah River,
o be transferred to Steamer CLYDE, which leaves
evannah every TUKSDAV MORNIKO.
N. B. After the l&tb Instant. 26 per cent, addi
Ional will be oharged on Freight to ail points,
zcept Savannah and Beaufort.
For engagements apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
oetd-wa _No. so East Ray.
The Splendid side-wheel St earners,
HOT ATO R. Captain L. M. Oozetter,
uTY POINT, Captain Fitzgerald,
marleston every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SUN
JAY EVKNLNO, at 8 o'clock precisely, for
GREEN COVE SPRINGS,
IND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER,
Connecting at Palatka with steamers for
;he Oolawaha River and with the Steamer STAR?
LIGHT for Enterprise, Mell mvllle, and all points
>n the Upper st. John's and Indian Rivers.
These fine Steamers, bout In New York, espe
rial y adapted for the Florida trade, are fnrnished
with every comfort and convenience, and afford
the CHEAPEST, SAFEST AND MOST COMFORT?
ABLE MEANS OF REAOHINO FLORIDA. They
provide a first-class tabla, well furnished, com?
fortable Staterooms, and make NO EXTRA
CHARGE FUR MK ALS ANu STATEROOMS.
They land almost at the doors of the principal
Hotels of all above points, saving the invalid and
tourist the dangers and discomforts of frequent
changes. > ,
Oenneot at Fernandina with Florida Railroad
for au points In the interior, and with Railroad
for New Orleans asd Havaia, via Cedar Keys.
Fer Freight or Passage, apply to
_-, . RAVEOTL *0O., Agents,
Cerner Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Bay.
deofl . -j,?-.... . " .,. .
Sygjrtiott gttUi~g|ji? ?Dux,
SHEEUFF'S SALE-STOCK OF MESSRS.
Bahn A Oberge, valued at 110,000. wm be
aol J THIS OAT, at my Salesroom, No. 46 Went
worth street, commencing at io o'clock, a large
and varied stock or DRY' GOODS, cona lsi Lng tn
part o? pieces Black and taner Satinets. Beaver
Cloth, Repellante, Alpacas, Je?ns, White and
Gray Blankets, Beady-made Clothing, lien and
Boys' Wool and Felt Hats, White and Gray Un
dei shirts and Drawers, 8-4 and 44 Bleached
shirting, 160 pair Custom-made Pants, Coats,
Yea ta, Ac deoll
Bj WM. MCKAY.
FANCY PIGEONS AND FOWLS,
wm resold at my More Wentworth street,
near Meeting, at io o'clock THIS MORNING, ll
varieties of Fancy Pigeons, consisting of White
and Black Fans, Pouters, Black Carriers, Turbita,
bine winged; Mottled Ruffe, Bine Bald Tumblers,
ArchangeLi, Snells. Almond Tumblers, Moors,
AC. Aiso, l Trio Bult coenins, l Trio Light Brah
mas, 4 Light Brahma Cooks. Conditions cash
By MILES DRAKE.
CLOTHING. HATS, Jbc.
THIS MORNING, at io o'clock, I will gell at
my atore, comer or King and Libeny streets.
A Une of Men'SISA CKS, Frock*, Derbys, uver
Si?SrS&! ?ac?S& Pdnt3- Ve8W. P'oe Suits, La?
dlea' Oioahs, Nnbiaa, scarfe, Aprons, Breakfast
shawls, Soaps, Gloves, Ac
Men's and Boya' Wool and Felt Hats. declO
By J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
STANDING AND BUNNING RIGGING,
8aiis, Anchors, Chains. Blocks, Oabln Fur
nun re, Ac, Ac.
THi? MORNING, the lite instant, at ll
o'clock, on central Wharf, will be sold.
Lot or iaUfi*108 aD(1 Runnln*" Bigging
Anchors and Ohains
Blocks and Cabin Furniture, consisting of Tables.
Conditions cash. decll
gigrtion Qa\tB~~future Claps.
" By H. H. DeLE0NT~
LARGE BRICK HOUSE ON EAST
BAY KNOWN AS NEW YORK HOTEL.
I will sell, on THURSDAY, December 10, 1872, at
the corner of East Bay and Broad streets, at "kl
All that LOT OF LAND, with three story Brick
Build in g thereon, on west side or East Bay street,
Known as New York Hotel, containing nine rooms,
with atora beneath; lol twenty-one feet three
inches (21.3) front on East Bay, sad on west and
oack line seventeen feet atz loches (17.6). on north
?me one hu od red and sixty-five feet six inches
:i?5.e), and on sonth line one hundred and alxtr
reet six inches (160.6), more or le?. On rear of
Dulldlns: malarge Brick Storehouse, with open
ng on Bed.m's Ailey. Bald lot having the right of
passage through said Berton's Alley on tbe south.
Terms-One-third (H) cash, balance in ene and
; wo years, by bond and mortgage of premises
searing aeren per cent, interest, payable an
anally; property to be lo Bured and policy as
ilgced. Purchaser to pay for papers. deoll
iDrugs at ftijolisale.
Q.RIMAULT'3 SYRUP OF HTPOPHOS
FHITE OF LIVE.
This new French Medicine has been need hy
nany of oe r citizens with the greatest success in
he care of COUGHS and the different affections
>f the lunga. Pleasant to the taste and certain
n its effects. Prepared by
GBIMAULT A CO.,
No. 46 Bne Richelieu, Paris,
And for t ale by their Agents,
D0WIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
Chi ri alon, S. 0.
SIMMONS'S HEPATIC COMPOUND OR
.IVER CURB, already prepared for use, has the
iighest reputation now of any Liver Medicine be?
ere the public. Pat ap ia large bottles, with foll
ilrections; no lamlly should be without it; all
rho have once used lt will use no other Liver Me*
leine, It ls free from Mercury and entirely re?
ntable. For sale by
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS.
^OISE'S MORNING STAR YEAST
Are used in all the hotels and many boarding?
houses and private families la this city, and are
BEST IN USE
yt making Wholesome, Light, Spongy and DI
(READ, BISCUITS, BUCKWHEAT OAKES,
ROLLS, WAFFLES, MUFFINS, Ac
For sale by the box, donen or pound, by the
rop rle to ri :, DO WIE, MOISE A DAVIS.
yjEDIGAL SADDLE-BAGS, MEDICINE
HESTS, POCKET VIAL OASES AND SURGICAL
INSTRUMENTS OF ALL KINDS,
A fnll supply of tbe latest improvement* on
and, and rcr sa e by <
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS.
JTALLET'S MANGE OINTMENT,
SAFE AND CERTAIN CURE FOR MANGE IN
' No injury can result from its use," this article
avlng bee n used with perfect success for years
a aggravated ohronlo oases. We know it to be a
E RTA IN OURE, and a trial ls all that ls needed
i make lt; the vade mecnm la the list of epor ta?
lon's sp?cifies. Downs, MOISE A DAVIS,
Agents for the United States.
y^OISFS HORSE AND CATTLE POW?
ERS. The best in use. It has proved most val?
able in the care of the prevailing horse epidemic
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
novs mw Proprietors,
KISLEY'S BUCHU, FOR ALL DISORD?
ERS of the Urinary Organs, (the Kidneys,,
ladder, Urethra, Ac) from whatever cause,
his elegant preparation of the concentrated
Innes of the best diuretic tonics known-os pre-;
ared by il. W. BISLEY, the originator-f? war
in ted equal to the best, and superior to most all
thor preparations for thia purposn, besides being
ut np in large (8 oz.) bottles for the low price or
1. Physicians are invited to compare the effects,
a well ae. the appearance of RIPLEY'S BUOBU
ritn anr other.
RI S LET'8 PH ? LOTO KEN, OR FEMALE'S
Ri END, a remedy expressly Tor the beoeflt of
?males, sud well wormy of their attention. For
alievlng nausea, and for all those nervous
roubiei ts which they are orten subject, it is
Iso sn excellent sedative, or Nervous Antidote,
rodoclnt: natural refreshing sleep tn caaes of
ervous irritation, exhaustion or excitement in
amona of either sex. Price $1.
?av"? med in my family BlSLEY'S PHILOTO
. EN and EXTRACT BUCHU, and observed iheir
ivariabiei eiHcacy in cates among my fr.ends for
number of years, I consider each a most excel
int remedy for the purposes recommended; and
ealc.es, in my own case, the PhUotoken proved a
ood remedy for sleeplessness arising from
HENRY VEHSLAQE, Ja.,
Pastor Reformed Church.
Irvington. N. J., May 22,187L
Sold bj' all Retail Druggists. The trade sup
lied by PHILIP W1NEMAN A CU..
novla-walmo No. 8: Bay ne street.
^LIVER1)ITSON A CO
unounce that they were happily untouched by
he recent Great Fire, and are busy, as usual, in
tte nelle g to their extensive orders.
They now call attention, also, to their
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.
The whole set ls one or the most valu able Musi?
al Libraries that could be devised, as each con
alus from 200 to 250 pages or the moat popular
nualc of the day.
Price or each book in Boards, $2 60; Cloth, SS:
?ull Gilt, for Presents, $4. The prlue would b?
it retail, for the pieces separately, about $40O.
n this form, all the books, inoludlng the new
ind favorite Gems or Strauss (now having a
iplendld sale,) may be had for $32 6c
Musical Treasure, Vocal and instrumental.
Silver Cord, Wreath or Gems.
Jems Of German Seng, oems of Scottish Song
Gems or 8acred song, Shower of Pearls,
Dnets. Operatic Pearls,
Home Circle, vol. l; Pianist's Album; Home
Circle, VOL 2; Plano Forte Gems.
Any of the above Books mailed, post-paid, fot
sepl-ws S '? ' ? f??
Luttum Baltn~~Siimt ff opt.
By ALONZO J. warra ft SON,
TTNDER JUDGMENT OP COURT OP
U Common Piena.-William. Gurney re, Mm
Wright ft aL . ?^?'r'i^r-^-'.^:
By virtue of the Jndgraeht cf Hon. R. F. Gra?
ham, Judge of First ci rc nit, in above cass, will bo
Bold, on TUESDAY, tbe 7th day or January, VBXX,
near tbe Poa wm ce, charleston, at n o'clock,
AM., . cj-fffaasa
AUthat PLANTATION OB TRACT OF LAN?,
called Shed House, situate, lying and beingan
EdiB'o island, state of South Caroue*ttesaarta
and containing foar hundred end four acre* sad
iwenty-Blx-one hundredths of an acre, more or
less. Butting and bounding on the north on ianda
of James H op tin son, south by lands of John P
Townsend and John Wright, east by land? o?
f state of Charlea Bulley ana John Wrigox and on
the west by lands cf John F. Townsend, 'J^f"
Edlogs and Winiam Whaley
Terms-i-me-hair cash; balance payable ia two
(2) equal successive annual instalment?, with to?
teres t thereon at tbe rate or teven (7j per oenr.
per ann n m, pay n be annually, secured by Mad tar
bonds of the purchaser, and mortgage of prem?
ises; porcbaser to pay for papers;
M. P. O'CONNOR,
decii,i8,8ijan7_ gpeclsl Referee. I .
By LOUIS D. BeSAUSS??E. .
TWO SMALL RESIDENCES ON NORTH
SIDE OF WENTWORTH STREET, .weat Of
On THURSDAY the 13th instant, atno'cloclt
o'cloofc A. M., will be sold near the Postofflce, by
order or the Mortgagee, under power of sala from
the Mortgagor, G. W. Olney, . zas&
The Twr-and-a half Story WOODEN RESI?
DENCE, with slater root, on tho nor tb ?de of
Wentworth str et, weat of Lynch, wim a Bdck
Kitchen on premises. The Lot measures il feet
rront, by about 121 feet deep; Monas marte
1*60 per annum. -,
. ALBO, .
A small DWELLING with roar Rooms. Tl? Lot
mea BU rea about 29 feet by about 131 feet dec?.
House rents for $132 per annum.
on t hf ?j ac lc part of the. anora Leis ls a small
gooden building, which will nave-to be divided
by the buyers.
Conditions-One-half cash; balan?a by bond
bearing semi-annual interest, payable' in one
year, secured by a mortgage of tbe property,
houses to be insured and policy ai sign ed. Pur
shaser to pay for papen. * de^tnthstuwtin
BJ P. P. SALAS, ; ^
. Auctioneer. , .
RAISINS, ALMONDS. WINES, 4c, 4c,
IMPORTED BY W. P. HALL.
On FRIDAY next, tbe lath laax,et ll o'clock,
L M. will be sold at Middle- At lan tlc Wharf.
The CARO ) of the spanish Bart Providencia,
net arrived rrom Barcelona and Malaga, andes
teclally selected dor this market ~>
SOO wbole boxes LATER RAISINS
16C0 half boxes Layer Railton
2000 quarter boxes Layer Retains ;
10 boxea Figs
25 Half b?rrele Grapes - ? ~
60 boxes Lemons ?
17 oases, of 12 cartoons each, Layer Raisins
6 casea, or 24 canoona ea*h. Lajer Raisins
ITO sacks sort Shell Almonds . '
2C sacks Filberts
26 sacks Walnuts
10 barrais Canary Seed _? . -
05 boxes Vermicelli and Macearon!
100 cases Preserved Fruits
6 oases Olives
100 Demijohns Olives ,. '
40 boxes Castile Soap '
26 oases Clive oil
26 barrels olive Oil for Machinery
16 half barrels Salted Berringa
soo strings Gturiio
3 bales Alicante Strew Mats
10 barrels Dry Malaga Wins
40 barrels Sweet Malaga Wine
86 barrels Sherry ?nd Muscatel Wine
200 quarter casus Red wine, of Tarions breads
80 quarter casks Taya Wine
60 quarter casks Port Wine
60 eighth casks Rancio Wine
40 eighth casks Garnacha Wine
60 sixteenth cask-? Garneena Wine
20 eighth casks White Wine n
20 sixteenth casks Mistela Win?.
Conditions Of tale-All arima under $600, cash;
?om $600 to S1000, thirty dsys ; above 81000,
ix ty ii ay a, with approved city endorsed notas.,
catalogues at sale.
as-Colombia Phoenix, Angosta Chronicle ?nd
entine], and Savannah Rep?blica Insert?nos
nd send- bil a to F. P. 8. dedo*.. ?jj?t
By JOHN a MLNOB ?CO.
IT EN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTH'S FINE
TX Felt.OasaimereandWoolflu? niiif iissssT
f ?il concerned-?took of a Wholesale Hat
[ouse, ?on THURSDAY, 12th instant, at half'Bast
) o'clock, we will sell at our store, NO. lae Meat
ig street; 60 cases, assorted, Men's, Tonia's. *od
oya', fine and common; Cammers. Ptit end
rool Hats. Conditions-Soma under $100. oaab;
100 to $800, sixty days; over $aoo. ninety days*
ir approved endorsed notes or city acceptances^
1 te i est added. decio
By A. TOBIAS' SONS. if.'
ESTATE SALE CHOICE COGNAC
BRANDY. At public auction, tn Untied
tates Bonded Stores.
on THURSDAY. 12th instant, ve- wtu
di In United Mates Bonded Mores, Elliott
,reet, at ll o'ci- ct. by order of sum vin j
irtiesof an estate to France, . - ,? .,.-;
I quarter casks ) .
i eighth casks \ Choice Old Cognac Brandy.
I qnln'8. casks ) '
By J. A. ENSLOW & 00, ~
"1 ERM AN BABE EMIL, FOB AO'
X COCTNT of whom It may concern, by order
trie Consul of iho German Empire,
on THURSDAY MORNING, wi h December,'lt
o'clock, at Southern Wharf, will be ?old, by or
? of the Consul of the Germ sn Empire, for io*
mut or wnom it may concern.
The Metalleo and Copper-fastened Germa? Bark
MIL, of 0 J6 tons register and 80o;tons coal capa
ty, with Masts, Spars, Standing ead Running
Igging. Cordage, Anonors, Chains, Sias; ac; ?e.
and imm'edtattly after, the Ship's Boat? ?nd
By LOUIS D. DeS?USSUBE,
} ICE PLANTATION, Ac, Ac, ON PON
\ PON River, A. H. Hey ward vs. John A.
assail and ochers, Devisees of John Asha, de
On THURSDAY, the 19th day of December .wm
> sold in the city of Charleston, near tue Post
nee, on Broad street, in obedience to an order
the Court or Common Pie .>, '
The two RICE PLANTATIONS, at the best
ich or tide, known aa "Win Town," aaa "Hlgn
?sale," or "Rotterdam," now merged into one
an tat lon, situate in St. B*r tholomew's Parts?,
jlleton County opposite win Town, on a large
eek, waters of Pon Pon River, contain lng jolnt
1049 acres, or which 400 acres are Bios Land,
ider bank, (about 900 of which have been
sited last year;) bounding to the north and
jrthwest by lands of estate of B ayn a ra an a w?
ard Barnwell, to the sooth on lands of Mrs.
'arne, end to the east on ?aid creek. On the
soe are two smad Dwelling Houses and aocom
iOdatlons for najroei^
A TRAOT OF PINE BARREN LAND, on the Poa -
on River, St. Paul'a Parish, opposite the "Witt ^%???
)wn" Plantation, containing iso acres of land. ?%^%?E
FIFTEEN TOWN Lorain the Yiiitire of ..W1U-*
>wn." , -
The TRACT OF LAND or Island commonly;
town ss Whooping island, on the Daw boo
iver, OoUeton County, containing ?boat SIT
?res orland. ? rr .? ? . ?J.. ? '
Conditions-One-third cash; balance by nonda
lyanleln three equal successive annual Inst?l?
ente, with interest, payable annually, rrom day
sale, to be secured by a mortgage or the prop*
ty. Purcnssers to pay for papers.
de04,6,9,ll,18 14,16,18.19_. -
By LOWNDES & GRIJOALL, "
1 ALE OP VALUABLE PROPHBTY
j near Mount Pleasant. William Lucas TS. B.
, Yenning. ^ .
In pursuance of an order of sale-tn the above
we, to me directed by the HOB. E.P. Graham,
ia ge of the First circuit, I win offer te ?est, afc
abUd auction, on THURSDAY, the 13th dey Of
eoember, 1872, at the Postofflce, charleston, at
L O'Clock A. M., !::.. ... . .
AU that PLANTATION OB TRAOT OP LAND
no wu as Ure Greenwich Mills property, situated,
i Christ Church Parish near the Town ?filtrant
leaaaoc containing about MI 90-1? acree, niora
r less, with metes and bounds as 1?^"0W??Bn*
lat or the said lands, made by WIRIm BQBt
rovember 21st, 1859. S!\SSS^^^SSJ&
S& Ve examined daily at tbe of
M ?reeT Incaaeno bid should be made tor
L??h?ie^roMrt^squal to the amount now doe
he action, the property will then beoflhred la
i? ?a laid down in said plat. M*?.
Te??ne.half cash; Salanoalnoiiej^.wlto
remues. Purchaser to pa^R^ree
~By W. T. LEITCH Sc SSS3BK >
fJlOB SALE OB RENTi A HANDBCWB
V RESIDENCE at SnmmerviUe, with doeOot