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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1872.
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"notices.'' , , ^ , ,
The proceedings of the meeting of the
Chamber of Commerce, held yesterday
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"conviction for Ku KIax offences, where
"anchis asked for by their reputable neigh
"bore." We Croat that the neighbors of the
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ration and arrangement his personal super?
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?lmrod was not without honors in his
own country. His reputation spread be?
yond the border, and his poems drew high
encomiums from the leaders of American
thought. And he deserved every word of
praise, and more. There ia not, In the pres?
ent or -th? past, of the United States, a
writer who, In the same measure as Tim
rod, unites subtlety of conception to exqui?
site taste and delicacy of finish. His poema
are not mere prettiness. The thought and
reflection are there-added to a tenderness
and grace all his own. Others have been
his superiors In vivid force; many have ap?
proached him in the pious pains lavished
upon their verse; but no American bas
risen to his level in the combined qualities
of ripeness of thought and beauty of ex?
They who know what Mr. Timrod has
done will feel that even thia must seem a
The new edition of Timrod'a worka will,
wo believe, be furnished to subscribers only,
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the publication office of this paper.
The Tri bu nc'? Mow Editor.
The New York Star seems to appreciate,
what ls sought for In potting Mr. Colfax at
the bead of the Tribune. It says : "Horace
Greeley waa the mainstay of the Republican
party for many years, and although he did
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be no. good reason why the Tribune should
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ot the rice. To accomplish this It was deem?
ed beat to nave a name. An editor they al?
ready have. Mr. Whitelaw Bold ls a born edi?
tor-an experienced, oultnred, oareful editor;
but civil service reronn ie only good theoretl
caay/ana the need of a name waa acknowl?
edged to be essential. This Schuyler Colfax
TTNION KILWINNING LODGE, No. 4?
BJ A. P. H.-Tho Regular Annual Communica?
tion of tola Lodge will be Held THIS (Thursday)
BTKNINO, 19th instant, at Holmes's Lyceum, at
half past 7 o'clock. Members are requested to oe
PTcXr of the W. M. W. GEO. QTBBS
LIVE OAK SOCIAL CLUB.-AN EX?
TRA Meetmg of this Club will be held THIS
(thursday) EVBNIMO. at 7 o'clock, at their Club
koom. Members will please be g^^? RtQelr
attendance. By order. J-0-feo^EuKB
HOPE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
PANY.-Attend the Thirtieth AnnualMeet
lmr or your Company THIB (Thursday) EVBNINQ,
theWth^ o'clock precisely. A
mil attendance ls requested. "By orar. Q
decio C. A. BURLO, seoretary.
WANTED, A SECOND-HAND PROOF
PRESS. Parties having such an artice
for sale may And a purchaser by addressing
"Typo." office or Tn s Maws._deoia
WANTED, BY A STEADY, EXPERI?
ENCED man, a situation BS assistant
bookkeeper, clerk or salesman In a store. Has
no objection to go io the country. Address "AL
LEN," DAILY NEWS offlce._decl8-3?
WANTED, A GERMAN GIRL TO
Cook and Wash. Liberal wages paid
monthly, apply at No. 123 com.ng and Warren
strtets, opposite St. Paul's Church. decia-l*
WANTED, A GOOD COOK, AT RESI?
DENCE west end Broad street, south side.
WANTED, AN ABLE AND SKILFUL
Colored Boat Hand. One that ls not
afraid of hard word ls tne only kind wanted. Ap*
ply at thia offlce._declT-3
WANTED, A GOOD COOK; ONE WHO
thoroughly understands his business;
aiso two Cabin Boys, from twelve to fourteen
years. None need apply without the best or ref?
erence. Apply on board of Steamer Fannie, Sa
van nah and Charleston Railroad. deol"-8?
WANTED, BOARD FOR A FEW
weeks m a private family for a gentle?
man, wiro and child. Please address, stating
terms and location, T. W. B., at this offlce.
WOOD! WOOD I WOOD I WANTED,
from 30 to 1,000 cords of WOOD. The
very highest cash price paid, apply to MCBRIDE
A CRAIG, East End calhoun street.
WANTED, THE LOAN OF THREE TO
Poor Thousand Dollars, for two to three
years, on good security. Twelve per cent, inter?
est will be paid quarterly. Apply at the Charles
ton Post office to A. B._decl7-tnths8*
WANTED, A COMPETENT CHAM?
BERMAID. Must come well recommend?
ed. Apply at No, 160 Meeting street,
WANTED, A SITUATION AS BOOK?
KEEPER. Address rt., at this office.
WANTED, LADIES TO PROCURE
latest Styles In HAIR FIXINGS, prices
low. Also, Frenen Corsets, 75c, Hoop Skirts60c,
Bustles from tte to 60c; endless variety Fancy
Goods. ARCHER'S BAZAAR, King street.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, FOR THE
Ladles' Fuel Society, to supply present
wants, 40 cords of Oak Wood until their snpply
can be received. Apply northeast corner of Ju?
dith and Elisabeth streets before 13 or after 8
WANTED.-TWO YOUNG LADIES,
who have had some years experience, and
who are entirely competent to teach, In addition
to the ordinary course, the higher Mathematics,
Latin and M mic, desire a situation for next year.
Address, stating terms, B. and Bf., care box No.
Si, BennetUiUlo, 8.0._decll-i8
A?0UNG LADY WISHES A SITUA?
TION, in a healthy part or the State, aa
Teacher of the English Branches and Rudiments
or Music References given if required. Ad*
dress J, H. E., through charleston P. o. novia
AGENTS WANTED. - TUT MASTER
SPIRITS OF THE WORLD. THE TREAS?
URE HOUSE OP AMERICA. THE GREAT BOOK
OF THE TEAR. A gents report sales of 25 to loo
copies in a few boors or days. Prospectus free.
Address J. W. GOODSPRED, New York, Chicago,
Cincinnati, sc. Louis, New Orleans.
_Coat aub if oirab.
LOST, A GOLD BARRING, CORAL
Medallion. Finder will be liberally reward?
ed by le ivtng same at No. 4 Green street.
LOST, A LARGE WHITE AND BLACK
DUG. A reward will be given for hts re?
covery. Apply south wost corner St. Phillp and
Line streets._' dooie-8?
T 08T OB STRAYED ON TUESDAY,
Li December I7tb, from the residence No. 62
weatworth street, a Brown Dog, answers to the
name of '?Leo," cross or setter and Newfound?
land. Breast, four feet and tip or tall white. Any
one Unding the same will be liberally rewarded
by leaving him at tue above residence, opposite
Military Hall._ deci8-2*
STRAYED, A SETTER DOG, WHICH
the owner can have by proving property and
paving expenses. Apply to fl. THEES, Schotten
Kni?T?CKY 8ALE STABLES, Nal?
CHURCH STREET.--lot of fine Broke
Muirs for sale low on time. BAMBERG A McOOY.
FOR SALE AT HOCKADAY'S STA?
BLES, Columbus street, twelve MULES,
suitable for Plantation and Timber purposes.
TUST ARRIVED, A LOT OF FINE T?R
O KEYS, at HOCKADAY'S, Columbus street.
TITULES AND HORSES, AT R. OAK
ITJL MAN'S STABLES, No. 86 Church street,
near Broad, for sale oa time._deol8-4?
FOR SALE. A ONE HORSE PRINCE
Albert Pheeton, almost new, made ex?
pressly for its present owner. Price $226 cash.
Can be seen at the stable of Lieutenant of Battery
K, lat Artillery, citadel._deci6-4?
SHINGLES! SHINGLES'-200,000 No.
1 SHINGLES lu bundles. For sale low for
cash. 0. T. 80HLEPEGRELL, Na 87 Line street.
JUST ARRIVED, A CAR LOAD OF
Good Medium MULES and HORSES. For
sale low by P. WEST, Queen street. dec?a
PERSONS WISHING TO PURCHASE
Horses or Mules wi? find lt to their advan?
tage to (tall at HOGAN A CO.'S STABLES, No. 606
Bing street, before pureba?lng elsewhere.
jpOR SALE OR EXCHANGE,
FARM IN MARTH ND FOR FARM IN SOUTH
CAROLINA OR GEORGIA.
A Farm within five miles of Annapolis City,
Maryland, within quarter or a mlle of station,
and having communication twice a day with
Washington and Baltimore by railroad, will be
eold reasonably, or exobanged for a settled Farm
in South Carolina or Georgia. The lands are well
adapted to the culture of grain and tobacco, and
the location admirable for a Truck, and Dairy
Farm. Address J. J. HUSBAND, No. xis West
Hoffman street, Baltimore, Md. decia-thSpao
PHOSPHATE LANDS FOR SALE.
By virtue of a decreetal order of the Court of
Common Pleas for Colleton County, I will sell at
public outcry, before the Courthouse at Walter
boro', S. C., on MONDAY, the 6th day of January
6460 ACRES OF LAND, situate on the Edlsto
River, in Colleton County, consisting of Ave dif?
ferent Tracts of Land, and to be sold by tracts,
belonging to the estates of* Lewis O'Bryan and
envies brown. A plat of the whole wiU be ex?
hibited on day of aale.
Term8 made known on day of sale. Purchas?
ers to paj for papers. A. F. O'BRYAN,
AT PRIVATE SALE, THE PLANTA
, T10N lying on Santee River, in St. John's
Berkeley, about two miles below Eutaw Springs,
known as "Walnut Grove," and property or the
late James GaU ard, containing a litte over 1200
acres. On the place > ? a good Dwelling with eleven
rooms and necessary outbuildings.
The Tract admite or division into two parts,
one immediately on the river, containing about
640 acree, of which 26 acres are in woods; the
other, with the settlement, containing about 670
acres, or which loo acres are in woods.
The place may "be treated for as a whole, or for
either one or the above portions.
Tents of sale-One-third cash; balance m one
and two years, secured ny. bond and mortgage,
hearing seven per cent, interest. Purchaser to
pay for papers. *
ir not Bold by the 26th instant, (Christmas,) the
settlement tract will be offered for rent, for the
vear 1873, at public outcry, on the premises, on
"wednesday, the lat or January next.
For further particulars apply to
P. 0. GAILLARD, at Charleston, ) Qualified
Or to JNO. G. GAILLARD,on theprena- > Execu?
tes, or at Bonn eau's Pos t office, ) tors.
^CADEM? OP MUSIC.
Foarth appearance of tbe talented young Artiste,
: KATIE PUTNAM,
And the Great Comedy Company.
THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 19, 1872,
KATIE PUFNAM in her great rendition of
FANCHON, THE CRICKET,
In whies she haa no equal. Incidental to the
character, the famous
FRIDAY, BENEFIT OF KATIE PUTNAM.
Matinee Saturday at 2 o'clock.
For particulars see Bills of the day. decTM
FIRST ANNUAL GRAND BALL
CHARLESTON SOCIAL MOUNTED CLUB
Will take place at the
THIS EVENING, DEC. 19.
Lieutenant L. Dunneman, Lieutenant W. V.
Davis, Lieutenant H. Kahrs. Orderly Sergeant A.
Christopher, Sergeant M. H. gan, Sergeant A.
Dunneman. corporal J. Hawthorn, Secretary and
Treasurer J. J. D jyle, Corporal James Kennedy,
Corporal C. F. Willie, Private 0, Lieoenrood. Pri?
vate F, J. callahan, Private L. J. May, Private F.
Tickets can be obtained from any of the com?
The respective Rifle and Sabre Clubs will please
appear m uniform. decl2-thmtuw6
JAMES H. WI I. SON,
BANKING AND EXCHANGE OFFICE,
NO. 6 BROAD STREET.
INTEREST allowed on DEPOSITS subject to
oheck at sight
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT bearing INTER?
EXCHANGE. GOLD, SILVER, STOCKS, BONDS
and UNODRRENT BANK NOTES bought and'sold
at CURRENT BATES and on COMMISSION.
DRAFTS ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, FRANCE
and GERMANY sold.
COLLECTIONS made. LOANS negotiated.
A GENERAL BANKING and BROKERAGE BU?
SINESS transacted. nov28-atuth-l7
?o Rf ru.
rpo RENT, A SUITE OF BOOMS, S?ITA
J_ BLE for a small family. Can be rented
singly or furnished ir desired, at No. 48 Beaufaln
TO BENT, STORE No. 310 KING
street, now known as "Kaiser William Cigar
Store." Possession given on 1st January, 1878.
Appiy to J. H. STEINMBYER, Charleston Steam
Saw Mill, west end Beaufalu street.
TO BENT, THAT FINE STORE AND
Dwelling cccopied by Melchers A- Muller,
No. 217 King street. Apply at No. e Liberty
mo BENT, THAT LARGE AND OOM
JL MODIOUS Building. Na 149 East Bay, re?
cently occupied as the Publication Office or TEX
NKWS, and formerly known as the French Coffee
House. For terms, Ac, applv at the Office of
Tris NEWS. No. 19 Broad street. sep28
j0o or oma.
"PRIVATE BOARDING.-A SMALL
JL family or two single gentlemen can obtain
board In a private family on Wentworth street,
near Smith, on line of city Railway. Reference
required. Address Key Box No. 886, Postofllce.
fjTTHE BEY. J. W. MILES HAVING
X returned to the city, ls wining to assist a
limited number of those who desire private in?
struction m Languages, or other brsnohea ol Lit?
erature not mathematical. Those who may de?
sire roch assistance, are requested te apply to 0.
B. MILES, Esq., No. 23 Broad street, fsr further
?JniQS ot tTJboLeeale.
J^OWIE, MOISE & DAVIS
nrrOBROS, KANtTFAOTtnttTBS ANO
CHARLESTON, S. 0.,
Offer with confidence to the Public the following
VALUABLE PREPARATION'S, Of Which
they are Proprietors: , t
What this great Southern Tonio will do must be
gathered from what lt has done. The case or
dyspepsia, or any other form or Indigestion, in
which lt has been persistently administered with?
out effecting a radical cure, ls yet to be heard
from; and the same may be said of bilious disor?
dera, intermittent rever, nervous affections, gen?
eral debility, constipation, sick-headache, mental
1 (Usabilities to wbloh the feeble aro so subject, lt
purifies all the fluids or the body, including the
blood, and the gentle stimulants which lt imparts
to the nervous system U not succeeded by the
slightest reaction. This ls a chapter or raots
watch readers, tor their own sakes, shonld mark
THU BEST LINIMENT FOR KAN AND BEAST I
This article has gained a well-deserved reputa?
tion, wherever lt bas teen used, as an external
remedy, and hundreds or our best citizens testify
to its good qualities on man and beast. Used once
lt becomes a family comfort and necessity.
J^JOISE'S LIVER PIIiLS,
For the cure of Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia and Slok-Headaohe, and as a Cathar?
tic and Anti-Bilious Pill have no superior.
These Pills possess that peculiar power of in?
vigorating the stomach, and stimulating the
liver and torpid bowels, wbloh render them or
unequalled efficacy In cleansing from the blood
all impurities, and imparting new lire and vigor
to the wh: le system. They are entirely vegetable
and perfectly safe._
DB VON GLAHNN'S BOYAL CROWN
An unequalled antl-dyspeptlc, tonic, nervine and
Thia world-renowned Tonic 1B prepared under
the personal supervision or Dr. von Glahnn, or
Amsterdam, Holland, and has been pronounced
by the best German physicians to be pure and
free from adulteration, and by them have been
recommended for the following painful oom
plaints: Diseases or the Bladder, Kidneys and
urinary Organs, Female Complaints, Collo, Im?
perfect Digestion, Gravel, Chronic Diarrhoea,
Dropsy, and all diseases or the Stomach.
J^OISE'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS.
Are warranted to cure in every case, or the
They contain noarsenlo or poisonous ingredi?
ents or any kind-nothing lu the least degree in?
jurions to the system under any circumstances
and may be administered with perre? safety to
They never fall to cure the most obstinate case
when taken as directed.
They cure immediately. In no case will the
patient have more than one ob?l after the first
dose, and In the majority of cases not even that.
They accomplish the work by destroying the
cause of disease, which no other remedy pretends
They are an effectual preventive, neutralizing
the malarious poison in the system, and thus
averting Its consequences. nov9-sth
FINAL NOTICE.-ESTATE OF OLIVER
D. SEYMOUR, JR.-The undersigned will
apply to the Hon. George Buist, Judge ef Probate
for Charleston County, on Friday, the 10th of Jan?
uary next, at ll o'clock, A. M" for Letters Dis
mlsBory on the said estate.
OLIVER D. SEYMOUR,
Administrator or the Estate of 0. D. Seymour, Jr.
December io, 1872. decio-tnthslmo
A. J. SULLIVAN
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
NO. 113 MEETING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO
Desires to inform his friends and the public
that he 1B prepared to carry on the GENERAL
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs of all kinds at?
tended to, Designs and estimates furnished upon
AIKEN HOTEL, AIKEN, SOUTH CARO?
Having recently purchased, thoroughly over
hauled and refitted the above Hotel, we respect,
folly announce to our friends and the public that
weare now ready to receive and entertain guests
10 fl rat-class style. BAILEY ? PEGG.
glutton Bait?-jtjtti gag?
"by W. YTLEITCH ? E. S. BR?NS,
Auction? era. -
RETAIL STOCK OP DRY GOODS OP I
Estate or T. Kelly, by order ol tue Adminis?
trator, at Auction.
will be sold THIS M6RNISG, the loth instant,
itthe Siore NO. 263 King slreer, commencing at
io o'clock, _
Tho remaining Stock In said Store, consist?
ing or KENTUUKY J ti ANS, Delaines, Bine and
Gray Flannels, shawls, Blankets, Towelling.
White and Colored Linen, Swiss, Nainsook and
Afine assortment or HOSIERY, Olores, Corsets,
Undervests, Spool cotton and Silks, Ac, Ac.
Terms cash, sale to be continued from day
to day until completion. _declH
Auctioneer, Salesroom No. 45 Went?
WILL SELL THIS DAY, AT HALF'
past 10 o'clock, one FIRE-PROOF IRON
SAFE (LUiey's Patent,) m perre? order. Also,
two Show cases._decio
Auctioneer, Salesroom No. 45 Went?
WILL SELL THIS MORNING, AT 10
o'clock, a large invoice or Northern Ons*
tom-made CLOTHING; also, a good assortment of I
Ladies and oent's Boots and oboes, conditions
cash. Goods will positively be sold at first ofler
lng, and are now open for inspection. dec!9
B, M. MARSHALL & BRO.
WILL SELL TU IS DAY, AT HALF.
PAST io o'clock, at No. 83 Broad street, 2
MULES, 1 Pony. _dec!9
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE,
RICE PLANTATION, 4c, Ac, ON PON-1
PON River, A. H. Heyward vs. John A.
Hassell and others, Devisees of John Ashe, de
CBllSGCte . *
THIS MORNING, the 10th day of December, will
be sold In the city of .charle.- ton, near the Post
office, on Broad street, to obedience to an otder
or the Court or Common Pleas,
The two RICE PLANTATIONS, at the best
pitch or tide, known as "Will Town," and "High
Wassle," or "Rotterdam," now merged into one
Plantation, situate lu st. Bartholomew's Parish,
Colle ton County opposite wm Town, ona large
creek, watera or Poo Pon River, containing joint?
ly 1049 acres, or walch 400 acres are Rice Land,
under bank, (about 200 or which have been
planted last year;) bounding to the north and
nor: h went by lands of estate of Baynard and Ed*
ward Barnwell, to the south on lands of Mrs.
Wayne and to the east on said creek, on the
place are two ama a Dwelling Houses and accom?
modations for negroes.
A TRACT OF PINE BARREN LAND, on the Pon
Pon River, St. Paul's Parish, opposite the "Will
Town" Plantation, COM taming iso acres ol land.
FIFTEEN TOWN LOTS in the Village or "Will
The TRACT OF LAND or Island commonly
known as Whooping island, on the Dawhoc
River, Colleton County, containing about 21)
acres ol land.
Conditions-One-third cash; balance by bonds
payable lu three equal successive annual instal?
ments, with interest, payable annually, from day
or tale, to be secured by a mortgage or tho prop
erty. Purchasers to pay for papers. declD
By H. H. DeLEON.
DWELLING ON MEETING STREET.
I wm sell THIS MORNING, Deeember 19, at
corser Broad street and East Bay, at ll o'clock,
AU that LOT OF LAND, with Two-story wood?
en Dwelling thereon, containing SDI rooms,
piazza, cistern, gas, and all necessary outbuild?
ings; situated on west side of Meeting street, two
doora north ot John street. Lot 60 feet front and
75 feet deep, more or less.
Terms-une-third (X) cash; balance payable in
one and two years by bond and mortgage of
premises, interest at 7 per cent., payable annual?
ly. Premises to be insured and policy assigned.
Porer-a-ere to pay for papers._decio
By H. H. DeLEON.
LARGE BRICK HOUSE ON EAST
BAY KNOWN AS NEW YORK HOTEL,
i wm Ben THIS MORNING, December 19,1872, at
the corner or East Bay and Broad streets, at ll
All that LOT OF LAND, with three story Brlok
Building thereon, on west side er East Bay street,
known as New York Hotel, containing nine rooms,
with store beneath; lot twenty-one feet three
inches (21.8) front on East Bay, and on west and
back Une seventeen feet six luches (17.6). on north
line one hundred and sixty-five reet six Inches
(ieee), and on south line one hundred and sixty
feet six inches (160.6), mere or less. On rear or
building is a large Brick storehouse, with open
ins on Bedon's Alley, said lot having the right or
passage through said uedon's Ailey on the south.
TermB-Ooe-thtrd (H) cash, balance In ene and
two years, by bond and mortgage or premises
bearing seven per cent, interest, payable an?
nually; property to be Insured and polloy as
signed. Purchaser to pay for papers. deol9
Stnctiotuetg' jjjjjjgg galea. Sf t.
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE,
Broker, No. 03 Broad street.
CHARLOTTE STREET LOT OF LAND.
For Bale, the LOT OF LAND on the south
side or charlo tie street, between Elizabeth and
Alexander streets, measuring 80 feet front by 240
The LOT OF LAND on west Bide or Church
street, north or Water street, measuring 76 feet
front by 139 feet deep._dec2-mth
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE,
Broker, No. 93 Broad street.
LARGE WOODEN RESIDENCE LAM
BOLL street.-Fo- sale, the large Three
story WOODEN RESIDENCE, on brick basement
south Bide or Lamboil street, one door east or
Legare street. The Lot measures 67 feet front by
180 feet deep._doc2-mth6
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE,
Broker, No. 93 Broad street.
ESTATE SALK-REAL ESTATE, BY
OROER OF EXECUTORS.-For sale. The
Two-Story WOODEN RESIDENCE. No. 31 Warren
street, next east oi st. Paul's church, containing
4 rooms, pantry, dressing and garret rooms, 2 pi?
azzas, Kitchen, with 4 rooms. Lot 60 feet front
by iso reet deep.
The Two-Story DWELLING HOUSE, with 4
rooms and Kitchen, on west side or Rutledge
avenue, betw>en Flshbnrn and Monnt streets.
Lot 86 reet 6 inches by 97 reel; 6 inches.
The adjoining LOT north or the above, 86 reet
6 Inches in front by 97 reet 6 inches deep.
The Two-Story DWELLING, with 4 rooms, on
Oarrere's court, running from Cannon street. Lot
85 reet by eo reet.
The Two-Story DWELLING, with 4 rooms, on
Oarrere's court, next to the above Lot 86 reet by
Toe Two-Story DWELLING, with 4 rooms, on
Oarere's court, next to the above. Lot 36 reet by
60 f< et._decio-tnthO
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
MILLING'S FURNITURE STORE,
NO. 444 KING STREET, NEAR JOHN,
Is the place to get handsome and subtantlal
FURNITURE of the latest and most elegant de?
signs at prices to suit the times. This establish?
ment has just received a large supply of superior
Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room Sets In Oak,
Walnut and Imitation, which are offered at prices
ten or fifteen per cent, lower than those charged
elsewhere for less substantial Furniture.
SUPERB BURIAL CASKETS A SPECIALTY.
Call and examine the stock and prices.
SIGN OF THE MAN AND ROCKER.
No. 444 RING STREET.
Joint Stock Comp an]).
OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COM?
PANY for the henea t or the State Orphan Asylum.
CLASS No. 807-WEDNESDAY MORN LNG, Dec 18.
41-69-72- 8-62-65-19.-21-32-26 - 3-17
CLASS No. 80S-WEDNESDAY EVENINU, Dec 18.
17-65-29-77- 52-25-41- 66-19-45-73-50
decis-l A. MOROSO. Sworn Commtlsloner.
filillinerrj, Straw ?ecos, Sf t.
NO. 804 KING STREET.
' Mrs. M. J. ZERNOW would respectfully an?
nounce to the public that she wlU open THIS PAT,
October 17th, a full line or MILLINERY AND
FANCY GOODS, Hoopskirts. Bustles, Kid Gloves.
Ladies' and Children's Under Garments, Wrap?
pers, Sacks, Furs, ?tc Dress and Cloak Making
attended to as nsual.
Sole agent for M'me Demores t's PAPER PAT?
TERNS. Country orders wlU receive prompt at
Slnrtion Salt0-futurt Waiae.
By WM. MCKAT.
CLOSING OUT BALE OP A FIRST
CLASS Retail Cigar sad Tobacco Store, No.
810 Ring street, -wai be sold on - SATURDAY
NIGHT, aist instant, commencing at T o'clock, at
Ko. 810 King street, sign of "King William," an
assortment of Fine If eewchaum Pipes, choice Im?
ported and Domestic Cigars, Smoking and
Gnewing Tobacco and a variety of Fancy Arti?
cles. Sale positive._declO-8
By H. II. DfiLEOIf.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT AUC?
I will sell on TUESDAY, the 34th day of Decem?
ber, at the corner of East Bay and Broad Btieets,
at ll o'clook, the following valuable Property:
AU that LOT OF LAND on wes. side or Coming
street, one door south of Wentworth street, and
known as No. 16, with the two and a half story
dwelling thereon, containing nine (9) square
rooms, large pantry and bathing room, wita hot
and cold water in bed rooms and marble basins,
gas with complete fixtures; ceilings painted and
and frescoed, marble mantels; kitchen, with roar
square rooms and No. 1 range; stable and all
necessary outbuilding;!, large cistern, pump, Ac;
premises ia complete order. Lot forty-live (46)
feet front and one hundred and twenty (120) feet
deep, more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND and two story Brick
S'ore on west side or East Bay, measuring In
front twenty-five (26) feet and one hundred and
nine (109) feet in deptn, more or less, formerly oc?
cupied by Messrs. Laurey A Alexander.
All that LOT OF LAND, with dwelling there
' n, Known as No. 62, st. Phillip street, contain?
ing six square rooms, with necessary outbuild?
ings, cistern, Ac, lu good order. Lot thirty feet
Blx Inches (30 6) front, by one hundred feet deep,
more or le^a.
All that LOT OF LAND on west aide of Com?
ing street, known as No. 21, with dwelling there?
on, containing five rooms, and all necessary out?
buildings. Lot fifteen (16) feet front and sixty
thre ; (08) feet In depth, more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND on west side of state
street, with buildings thereon containing six
rooms, and brick kitchen. Lot twenty reet front
and m depth sixty reet, more or leas.
All that LOT OF LAND on north Bide of Adger's
Wharf, kr own as No. 6, with brick store there?
on, three stones high. Lot nineteen feet six
inches (ie 6) front and forty reet In depth, more
AU that LOT OF LIND on north side of Adger's
Wharf, and known as No. ?, with three story brick
store thereon. Lot twent / reet one inch (20 1)
front, and thirty-nine feet nine Inches (39 9) in
depth, more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND on north side of Adger's
Wharf, and known ss Ko. 9, with three story
brlolt s tons thereon, measuring In front nineteen
feet ten net es (19 io) and In depth thirty-nine
reet eleven Inches (89 ll) more or less.
Conditions-One-third cash; balance payable by
bond and mortgage of property sold, in one and
two years, with seven per cent, interest from date
of sale, peyable annually; purchaser* to pay auc?
tioneer for tapers; property to be insured and
policies assigned. -dec?s
By LOWNDES & URIMBALL,
VALUABLE BICE PLANTATION ON
OOMBAHBB RIVE K AT AUCTION. ?
Walter Blake, et al, vs. Walter Blake, Jr., et aL
In pursuance of an order of salem the above
case, to me directed by the Hon. R. F. Graham,
Judge of the First circuit, I will offer for sale at
Pabilo Auction, at the Courthouse, Beaufort, 8.
a, on TUESDAY, the nth day or December, 1872,
at ll o'clock,
AU that PLANTATION or Tractor Land, com?
monly known as Bonny Hall Plantation, In Beau?
fort county, containing some severn eeo hundred
(1700) acres of Rice and Upland. Boondine ?Orth
on Combahee River, west on Lauds now or late
of Mrs. Arthur Middleton, easton Landa now or
late of Henry Middleton. Esq, sooth on Lands
now or late of Henry Middleton. Esq., all of which
ls more particularly described In a plan from Go?
dard's Survey, traced by 0. J. Baker, Surveyor,
London, Eng., bearing o ate In July, 18S7.
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance in one, two,
three and four years, '.he credit of the purchase
money to be secured by the bond or bonds of the
purchaser or purchasers, and a mortgage or the
premises; the bonds to bear Interest at the rate of
seven per cent, per annum from the day of sale,
payable annually, until the whole amouut be
paid. Purchaser to pay Referee for all necessary
papers. C. H. SIMONTON,
COTJS, Conie.tiotms, 67z.
MAS G H B EBI
"BUT ONCE A YE A RI"
THE HIGHES" ANO THE KI0I8T
In the City, always oti hand or made to order at
JELLIES, AC, AC,
TULLY'S OLD STAND,
NC 124 BING STREET,
de 218-15 Near Qaeon street.
WILL BX 0PFIB1D AT
MCLEAN'S TOY STORE
In cons?quence of having to remove temporarily,
I for repairs to Store, af ser first January.
SHOW OASES AND GLASS a Specialty.
f?qirto ano /nrnieljing C$0000.
COMFORTABLE FIT I
LOWEST PRICES I
S88SSSSS SCOTT'S 8SSSSSSS
S STAB 8HIBT9 ANO COLL ABS. 8
S Ready-made and made 8
S to Order. S
8 .- S
8 M B N'S 8
S FUR: I S H IN G S
SSSSSSS8 GOODS. SSSSS8SS
AT THE GREAT SHIRT EMPORIUM I
LOOK FOR THE STAR SIGN,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
ftotirco in Sankrnprcrj.
P"~T1??^DISTBK?T^?OUBT OP THE
UNITED STATES. FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-.h the matter or THURS?
TON A HOLMES, Batkrupts-In Bankruptcy.
In obedience to an o -der c f the Honor?t.:? Dis?
trict Court fo the District aforesaid, all the Lien
Creditors of the above lamed Bankrupts are here?
by notified to prove 'heir claims before me on
or before the first dar of January. 1878, or be
debarred from all beiieat of the decree to De
made In this cause.
Charleston, S. C., December -, 1872.
JILIUS 0. CARPENTER,
dec6th4 Registrar in Bankruptcy.
FTHE DISTRIClT COUBT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE EASTERN DIS?
TRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA .-in the matter of
THURSTON A HOLMES, Bankrupts.-In Bank
ra?o?whom lt may concern: The undersigned
hereby ?ives notloe of Ms appointment as Assig?
nee of B- N. THURSTON and a R. HOLMES, or
Charis-to-, In the Cont ty of charleston and State
or South carolina, within said district, who have
been adjudged Bankrupts upon their own petition
by the District Oonrt ol said District.
Dated at Charleston the fourth day of Decem?
ber, A. D. 1872. JAMES P. LBSESNE,
?rccerus, ?upxorg, Ut,
?HEAP TABLE. WINE.
Three donara wUl pay for a Five Gallon Demi?
john foll or CATALONIA RED WINE Imported
last year direct, and In good condition, at
N. IL PORTER'S,
238 King street, third abo?e Mattet street,
The HYSON TEAS Bold at PORTER'S closing
apeales at si per pound la the same article he'
sold recently at $ i so per pound. Several paox
ages still remain, nth a supply or OHOIOI
GRADBS Gunpowder, Hyson, Imperial, Oolong,
and English Breakfast Teas, landed yesterday
from-steamer Champion from New York, and per !
steamerTYirglnla from Philadelphia. decl9-mw2
JIBUTI FOB THE HOLIDAYS.
Just received per schooner George Washington,
from Baracoa, a selected cargo of FRUIT, landing
at Union Wharves:
1027 bunches Choice BANANAS.
11,000 Glean Coco an a ts.
0200 Half Husked Cocoanut*.
700 barrels Prime Selected Apples.
60,000 Prime Florida Oranges.
loo barrels 8. S. Onions.
200 barrels Early Rose Potatoes.
100 barrel* Peerless Potatoes.
200 barrels Jacks n White Potatoes.
200 bags new Wilmington Peanut*.
FuU line Canned Goods, Jellies, Candles, all va?
rieties; Prize Packages, French mixture and stick
assortment; Currants, Prunes, Dates, all kinds of
Nuts, Fire Crackers, AC. AC.
K BESSEL A BRANDES,
decio 138 East Bay, coroer Market street.
44 inches, ix pound to IK pound to the yard.
For sale low by HERMANN LElDISG.
jyjlNBBAL SPERM OIL.
Wanted every family In the city to know who
are us'ng the MINER A U 8PEBM OIL, and those
who from a distance hare been prevented from
using lt, that the
MINERAL SPERM OIL AND BURNERS
win be delivered and cans flUed at their resi?
dences from our wagon regularly by sending us
their address and number of street.
DOUGLAS A MILLER,
Sole Agen 'a for the State,
No. 03 East Bay, opposite Boyce's Wharf.
JTEW LAYER RAISINS.
soo boxes \ New Layer RAISIN?, Direct
400 quarter boxes ) importation.
For tale by HENRY COBLA A CO.
J^EW STORE I FRESH GOODS I
We would respectfully inform our friends and
the citizens ot Charleston that we have opened a
NO. 318 KINO STREET.
OPPOSITB LIBERTY St BB IT.
And are now o tiering First-class Goods at prices
to suit the times.
BYRNE A FOGARTY.
IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
BYRNE A FOGARTY hare opened a GROCERY
STORE at No. 818 King street, opposite Liberty
street, on the cash system. Buying and selling
for cash only, thereby Riving their .customers the
advantago of getting their goods at the lowest
posilb e rates. Call and examine for yourself.
Do not forget the number, 818 Klug street, oppo?
site Liberty street. nov28-fmw8mos
rp H E NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER A WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now seUtng these superior MACHINES
on Ten Dollar monthly payments. .
Adjusting and Repairing done promtiy.
WHEELER A WILSON MAN UFO 00.,
aprft-lyr Na 200 King street.
fi aili oaas.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
OBAR1R8T0H, S. C.. June 8, 1373.
Trains win leave charleston Daily at 10.15 A. M.
and 8.00 P. M. . " .
Arrive at charleston e. 00 A. M. (Mondays ex
cepted) and a P. M. ? -
Train does not leave Charleston 8.00 P. M., SUN?
Train leaving io .li A. M. makes through canne?
tlon to New York, via Richmond and Acqula
Greek only, going through In 44 hours.
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P. M. Train have
choice or rente, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay aver on SDHDAY in Bal
timora Those leaving on SATDBDAT remain SON'
Di.Y in Wilmington, N. 0.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant route to cincinnati, Chicago and other polnti
West and No thwest, both Trains making con?
nections at Washington with Western Trains ol
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. OLE APO R. Gen. Ticket Agent, maya
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, June 13, 1872.
On and after MONDAY, June nih, the Pas
scnger Trains on this Road win run as follows:
Leave Charleston daily.8.80 P. M,
Arrive at savannah dally.9.48 P. M.
Leave Savannah dally.1L80 P. u,
Arrive at Charleston dally. 7 A.M.
Leave Charleston, Sun day B excepted.. 7.40 A. M.
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted. 8.80 P. kt,
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted... li A ti
Arrive at charleston, Sundays exo'ted. e.fi0 P. M,
Passengers from Charleston by 7.40 A. M. train
make close connection with Port Royal Railroad
for au stations OB that Road, (Sundays excepted, j
Freight forwarded dally on through bins ol lad
mg to points in Florida and bj Savannah Une ol
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given ui
freights for Beaufort and points on Port Royal
Railroad and at as low rates as by any other Une
Tickets on sale at this office for Beaufort ovei
Port Royal Railroad. . 0. s. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendant
8.0. BOYLSTQF, Gen'i FL and Ticket Agent.
g OUT H CAROLINA RAILROAD.
OHARLS8TON, 8.0., December 14, 1872.
On and after SUNDAY, December 16. the Pas*
senger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad wUI
run as foUows:
Leave Oharioston.-.0.30 A M
Arrive at Colombia. 6.20 p M
Leave Charleston.9.80 A M
Arrive at Augusta.~~.. 6.20 p M
Leave Columbia.9.00 A M
Arrive at Charleston.4.46 P X
Leave Augusta.9.oo A Y
Arrive at Charleston.4.46 p M
COLUMBIA NIGHT XXPRBSS.
Leave Charleston.-.7.80 P v
Arrive at conimbla. e.80 A M
Leave columbia.7.so r M
Arrive ac Charleston.tM A M
AUGUSTA NIGHT RXFRRSi.
Lea ve Charleston..-.8.30 r M
Arrive at Augusta. ..7.86 A M
Leave Augusta."??.....?..e.16 p M
Arrive at Charleston.6.60 A M
Leave Summerville at.7.36 A M
Arrive at Charleston.8.40 A M
Leave Charleston.&8i ? M
Arrive at summerville.-4.60 p M
Leave Camden_. ^.7.20 A M
Arrive at Columbia.1L66 A M
Leave columbia.-.2.10 p M
Arrive at camden..0.C8 ? M
Day and Night Trains connect at Arrgustn with
Macon and Augusta Railroad, Centra) Railroad
and Georgia Railroad. This ls the quiekest and
most direct route and as comfortable and cheap aa
any other route to Louisville, cincinnati, Chicago,
st. Louis and all other points West and Northwest.
Columbia Night Train connects with G reen Tille
and Columbia Railroad; and Day and Night Trains
connect with Charlotte Road.
Through tickets on sale via this route to aU
Camden Trahi connects at Ringville dally (ex?
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
runs through to Columbia.
A, L. TYLER, vice-President.
8. B. PICKEN8, O. T. A. deslO
Jg BO AD- i STICHST* Jj
FRUITED. CIGAR SIOSe,
NO, 21 BIOAD STRUT, ^
R . 8 K EBBITT, PsOfiTlTO?,
Bsa J oat opened with a roil stock of Forelg a
land Domestic FRUITS, Candle*, Oigan, To;
bicco, Fireworks, Ac, which wOl be disposed off
on the moat advantageous tensa j to parc Basen.
A liberal sha? of tue pabl?c pa troc a g e ls sottelted.
JIRUni FR UIT I FB?lTl v
JUST RECEIVED PEB SCHOONER ANNE HAB?
BIS, FROM HA YAQUES: . .( ?
200,000 Choice Pot'to Rico ORANGES. - .
Per Schooners Ella L. Trefe then and Hary E.
Haogani. from Baracoa :.
1,000 Bunches BANANAS
w,ooo Baracoa Cocoanuts
6,000 Grape Fruit
1,000 barrels Choice Northern Apples
SOO barrels Peach-Blow. Karly Boas 'and Jack,
?on Whtte Potatoes ?
30 barrels uape Cod Cranberrlei ..
roo barrels silver Ski a Onions
80 barrels White Beans' > .
loo ooxes Hesalna Lemons
60 kegs Halaga Grapei ..
60 boxes Turkish Prunes
60 boxes Zante Currants
16 boxes Spanish Preserved Pratts ? . . j
25 boxes Assorted Jellies . w .
60 frails Hooey Dates .. .' .
6 cases quarter aud half pened boxes Fhn
5 cases Dram Figs v*T.*,*r. .
6 eases Cartoon Figs . -"u .'.
6 cases Box Figs .
86 bo i ea Leghorn Citron
goo boxes whole, half ead quarter ooxes Bal.
loo barrels Assorted Nnta .. * 1
oo strings Spanish Garlic r":
soo boxes Gold Ciop Fire Crackers
l ooo bushels wilmington Groundnut*.
For sale at the lowest market prices, at
deon Nos. 66,6T sad W M^lcetife.
JP OB SALE, BAGGING I BAGGING 1
Five hundred rolls Nan LrJ?L?WB??GTNO.
Apply at HOSES GOLDSMITH A SOS.
novJT-lmo ; ' l-n s-*;) ?
n.7fl *& Wink tJufltu*W Cash, paces" for
Hides, wool, Skins, Fu-s and Beeswax, at
HOSES GOLDSMITH A ?0*5,
nov27-lmo Vendos Bange.
pEBTJVIAK GUANO. ; ; : p
To arrive direct from the <<CraaaaW> falaadt
(MOO) two thousand tua of GU?HAPI n?rr?.
AN ou ANO. which wui be sold lo lota or tea tone
novao-tathslmo '? .Atenta,
-^TXME OP THE ALLSPICB. ?
Indus uierque servlet nat
The greatest natural Tonio ta the. world: and
most certain core for Dyapej?ta, iadlgssaoB,
Dlarrhosa, Cholera Infantum, Citolera Horbas, or
any other Derangement of the sionueh oe Bowell.
Highly endorsed by the Hediera Faculty of the
S?rth, lt ls net an Alcoholic Compound, being
manuractured only from the juice of tbs ripe
Allspice. Price $1 per Bottle.
No, ea william street, New. York.
oct2C-stuth3mos A^^l^1IS caSSsato^
I jyj A B T i N A M o O;D,
(Saccessora to late E. E. Bedtord,)
I WHOLESALE AND B B TAI L GROCERS,
Noa. Ix? and 1? H ?BTTSG STREET,
I Corner Harket street, charleston, south ?roana,
seep on hand a wau selected stock of Choice
Family Supplies. ., 7r7^
Oountry orden respectfully solicited. Ho charge
for packing, and goods denwed free of ofearge
to aa) part of the city, Rattrotd Depots and
steamers. '77 ~.... .
W.H. WXXCH-FLHSTWOOD LAHinAO-L? EASOH,
octsA-Daosmos - -..-' . "
800 KING ST.
SOS KING ST.
806 KING ST.
306 KING ST.
80S KING ST
306 KING ST.
306 KING ST
80S KYNO ST.
800 KING ST.
306 KING ST.
80S KING ST.
300 KING ST
800 KING ST.
.100 KING ST,
HOLIDAY GOODS I .
HOLIDAY GOODS 1 ^if?f?z
Holiday Goods I . </ .
Strawberry Jam in V
. -jp-flfc?. fA'
Dundee Marmalade, 8
pound pou for oce GROCERY. -,
Boy jour HoKd^yGoods GROCERY. * :
i from . i.? ;-:\:> -?: .
WILSO ?8'. ' GROCERY.
Smoked Tooxnav aev . '
euty-flve cents each, GROCERY.
. worth ItwJ-^
r-0- ? ^
Brandy Fruits, all GROCERY,
kinds, from one to for
ty dol?an per Jar. 3,
Seedless Raisins, eight ~"
ponndifor one douar.
-O- I GROCERY.
Send your orden to- yT
Pickled Fruits, soma
thing new, ail shapes. GROCERY.
New citron. New Lem- - ,1, - "
For anythUuTNtoe, go V^Jjj^
New Curran? - eight
pounds for one dollar. ?S :
Jeiaei from twenty
conti too VB dol?an - -. . , V1.
per jar. GROCERY.
Sweet Older on draught_
To see the QROCEBY.
Neatest sure la the
city go to
WILSONS?. . .
Choice Table Better al- WILSONS'.
. waif os lia&d. -.
Family Floor, ground WILSONS',
expressly for nt.
Parched Coffees recelv WILSONS',
rx you want anything WILSONS'.
rare go to
[Ground Coffees to order
Try the Teas at fifty
cents, sold only
WILS OKS'. '
Best Tea only one dot
lar and forty cents.
'Good Tea at eighty
?100 KING ST.
800 KING ST.
SOO KING ST.
800 KING ST.
806 KING ST.
800 KING ST.
You can save twenty
five cents on
every pound of Tea
So charge for deliver
So charge for Packing
Particular attention to
Ad (tress BOX 8881
Annans Box SSS I
ADDRESS BOX 8831