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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1872.
TBS CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS "Ia designa
..ted as the newspaper for the publication of
"all legal notices, and official advertisements,
"for the County of Charleston, ander tho act
.'of February 22d, 1870, entitled an act to regu?
late the publication of all legal and public
''"noticea." , , md >? *
NEWS OF TBE DAY.
^-Helmbold Ia living very quietly In the
BO burbs of Philadelphia, and has the calm
satisfaction of knowing that he owes more
creditors than *any other mas living or dead.
Thfi: re'.c hsmar k, the new German Imper
lal'coln, Is about equal In value to the English
shilling or twenty-lour cents In gold. Here?
tofore, these coins have been quoted by New
York bankers in groups of three or four-thoa
seventy-two cents gold for three relchsmarbs,
or ninety-elx cents gold for loar relohsmarks.
A movement, however, ia on foot to give the
price In the New York market of the single
reichsmark, so-as to avoid the contusing meth?
-It will be Interesting to the publlo to
learn that there ls a prospect that the long
delayed postal cards will soon be Issued. Con?
gress authorized them last June, but failed to
make an appropriation to pay the expense ol
engraving and printing? The Postmaster
General estimates that $100,000,000 of the
cards will be used In a single year, and to pay
for the number that will probably be demanded
between now and the 1st of July the House
asked an appropriation of $60,000 among the
Items in the dedotenoy bill. The bill will pass
before the holiday recess, and th?) cards will
probably, be ready soon a Oer the.l s t ot Jan nary.
-Th? Louisiana troubles have had the most
deplorable effect on business. Private ad?
vices from New Orleans are to the effect that
the contest has brought every department of
business and industry to a stand-still. A deep
gloom pervades the entire city. The move?
ments of commodities, usually so active at
this season of the year, have been practically
.. suspended. Planters and farmers are afraid
to ship their cotton and other products to that
olly, and shipments to other Cities are sus?
pended. The orders tor goods which former?
ly went to New Orleans are sent to rival cities.
The prospect tor the remainder of this winter,
therefore, ls anything bat a cheerful one, and
the end ls not yet?
-The New York Court o? Appeals bas de
olded that the usury laws of tho State of New
York'apply to the transactions o? national
banka on contracts made In tba State, and
that a violation of such laws subj acta the of?
fending bank to the penalty they impose.
The decision hinged apon the osse of the First
National Bank bf Whitehall against James
Lamb aod others, the defendants pleading
usury tareslat payment of a promissory note.
Thejadge at circuit gave a verdict for the
plaintiff, holding that the State laws against
usury did not apply to national banks. This
decision the Court ol Appeals set. aside, de?
claring the defence of usury available, and
o rders a new trial.
-At seven o'clock, Monday evening, John
Sifflmons arJd-NIcho!as H. Dn ry ea, well known
lottery dealers, engaged In a desperate strug?
gle m front o? a restaurant on Liberty street,
New York. Simmons succeeded In throwing
Duryea, and then stabbed him repeatedly with
a dlrr,?Mii)tn? almost Instant death. Simmons,
after the ijomlolde, took refuge in a neighbor?
ing saloon; where be was arrested soon after?
wards; bat ia getting away he fell, fracturing
the lower bones bf his ankle. Simmons and
the body^ of his ' Victim were brought to the
police station, where Simmons refused to
make any statement when Interrogated by the
officer in charge, and persisted In his refosal
. when visited by reporters. Dory ea was about
tbJfcr y?ars of age, of genteel appearance,
light build, and lived at Port Richmond,
Staten Island, where he leaves a wife and two
children. The. cause of the fatal quarrel la
not known, but it was supposed to be con?
nected with the lottery business, In which
~3?u$rn? Sherman waa examined before
the American and British claims commission
in Ws?htagtcn,: on Tuesday last, in regard to
the barning ot Columbia. He denied that he
had Issued orders to burn Columbia, but ad?
mitted that the'army waa greatly exasperated
against South Carolina, and thia exasperation
. wasgreatly increased by General Hamptons
command firing Into his camp a night or two
before entering Colombia, which exaspera?
tion he and bia officers participated In, and
this was known to. the men. A oorrespon
dence was then shown to General Sherman
purporting to have taken place between bim
and General Hal le ck while on his march to
Columbia. The communication from Hal
look desired bim to destroy Charleston
and sow lt with salt, so there might
no more nullification and secession grow
UR there. To thia Sherman In reply
Wrote that Charleston and Columbia would
soo? be-to Ms hands, and Halleck would
ham no causa tQ^cojnplain of his treat?
ment Of, them. That he had the Fifteenth
Corps with him, and that corp* did their work
well; and farther, that he (Sherman), would
not spare the public buildings at Columbia aa
he had at Milletlgeville. General Sherman
admitted, on his examination, that this cor?
respondence was authentic He stated that
he occupied Columbia with tho Fifteenth
Corps. In reply to the question whether be
kept the menin ranks after taking poe session
of the oity, he said, "No." He could not have
done so to have prevented the burning ot
.wry. town in the State of South'Carolina.
!9Port,? were drawn oat bv the repre
sentativeeof the British claimants, who al.
lege that their property at Colombia was de
SSS&fSS!0"^ *nd lQ flotation of the
?fral 8heraan manifested
a^ddealol excitement during theexaml
?S- CONSIGNEES FEB STEAMSHIP
JAMES AUGER, fro m Ne w York, ure notified that
tue will dlschargo cargo THIS DAT, at Adger'a
Sooth Wharf. Goods uncalled for at sunset will
remain on the wharf at owners' risk,
^decai-i JAMES ADQER A CO.. AgentB.
^Skt-OFFIOE OF COUNTY AUDITOR,
FIRE-PROOF BUILDING, CHARLESTON, 8. C.,
DECEMBER 20,1872.-This office wUl be opened
on tbe 26th instant for the leaning of Licences for
the fourth and last quarter ending April 1st, 1873,
In accordance with an act providing for a gene?
ral License Law, approved March is, 1872.
Delinquent a will be dealt With as is provided by
the act. SAMUEL L. BENN El T. m
dec2t.24,26,3l Auditor Charleston County.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN
HAIR RENEWER does nt.t color, but restores the
Hair to Its raturai color. decl4-8tnth8nao
?STJOO NEED NOT GO TO FLORIDA
to cure your Cough. Take TUTl'S EXPECTO?
RANT and enjoy the comforts of home. This is
good advice. decl8-6n*w
. PALMETTO GUARD RIFLE CLUB.
The Members are requested to call at Messrs.
BROWN A JOHNSON'S Hat Store, Kmg street,
opposite Hasel, and have their measures taken for
the New Hats, where a sample can be seen.
jCS-THE MEMBERS OF THE GERMAN
HUSSARS TILTING OLUB are requested to call
on Mess rs. MENKE A MULLER and leave orders
for their Uniforms.
By order or the President.
J. O. W. BISCHOFF,
^.HOLDERS OF SECOND MOBT
GAGE BONDS of the Ch era w and Darlington Rail?
road company are hereby notified that the inter?
est doe on said Bonds 1st January, 1873, wUl be
paid on presentation of tue Coupons at the Peo?
ple's Bank of South Carolina. J. H. MolVER,
?&~ FOREIGN APPRECIATION O P
I AMERICAN CHEMISTS.-P. H. MALMSTEN, Pro?
fessor of Chemistry and Medicine at Serat! m er
'Hospital, Stockholm, wries: "I have tested
.Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hau* Renewer, and can
say that lt wiU beautifully restore gray bair to Its
natural color." . decai-atnthsoaw
BUBNHAM'S AROMATIC DENTI?
FRICE, for Cleaning, Beautifying and Preserving
the Teeth, and imparting a refreshing taste to the
mouth. Prepared by
EDW. 8. BURNHAM,
Graduate of Pharmacy,
NO. 421 King stree:, Charleston, 8. 0.
Recommended by the following Dentists: Br
I J. B. PATRICK, Dr. B. A. MUCKJLNFUSB.
?raT- BATCHELORS HAIR DTE.-THIS
superb Hair Dye is the best in the world. Per?
fectly harmless, reliable and Instantaneous. No
disappointment. No ridiculous tints, or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine w. A. Bachelor's Hair
Dye produces Immediately a splendid black or
natural brown. Does not stain the skin, but
[ leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The
I only safe and perfect Dye. Sold by all druggists
Factory ie Bond street, New York.
??* BELL SCHNAPPS, DISTILLED
by the Propri?t?T at Schiedam, Di Holland. An
invigorating Tonio' and Medicinal Beverage.
Warranted perfectly pure, and free from ai.
! deleterious substances. It la distilled from Bar?
ley of tho 'Anent quality, and the aromatic Juniper
Berry of Italy, and designed expressly for cases
of Dyspepsia or in dig ea ti o n, Dropsy, Gout, Rhen
-madam, General Debility, Oartarrh of the Blad?
der, Pains Ul the Back and 8 toma cn, and all
diseases of the Urinary Organs. It ?rives relief j
in Asthma, Gravel and Oaionll In ?e Bladder,
strengthens ima invigorates the syatem, and la
a certain preventative and cnn of that dreadful
scourge, Fever and Ague.
CAUTION i-Ask for "HUDSON G. WOLFE'S
For sale by all respectable Grocers and Apothe*
HUDSON G. WOLFE A 00., Bole Importers.
Office, No.18 South william street, New York.
g Y STEM FOR BEGINNERS
ON THE PIANOFORTE, BY
MASON AH 0 AD L B Y
Thia thorough and pracUcal method has ao- j j
quired a golden reputation as one of the very
best Instruction Booka. Sella largely. Published
with American, also with Foreign Fingering.
GEMS OF STBA USS !
The surprising success of thia brilliant book
continue*. Edition after edition ls eagerly called
for. itv) large pages of the Best Strauss Musis.
Price, B'ds, $263; OL, $8; Fine GUt for presents
EMERSON'S SINGING SCHOOL,
has abundant m ate rial for the Instruction or eve?
ning and other Singing Classe s. Widely used.
Costs less than a Church Music Book. Price 76c.
WINNER'S NEW SCHOOLS
Pianoforte, ctbinet Organ, Melodeon, Guitar,
Cornet, Tlc lin, Fife, Accord?on, German Ac?
cord?on, Clarionet, Flote,' Flageolet.
Pince of each Book 7( cents.
These little works are great favorites, because
they are cheap, are full or. easy and Uvely music,
and have enough of instructive matter for the
wants of amateurs.
The above 'Dooks malled, postpaid, for the retail
OLIVER DITSON A 00., Boston.
CHAS. H. DITSON A CO., New York.
GRAND OPENING AT No. 18 ST. PHILIP STREET,
.BiTWjtl? WENTWORTH AND LIBSBTT.
LOUIS ORTMAN has removed to the above
place, and wlU open this day. Call and see him
one and all. A FINE LUNCH wUl bs prepared.
dec2l-l* L. OK TM AN'.
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
MILLING'S FURNITURE STORE,
Na 444 KING STREET, NEAR JOHN,
ls the place to get handsome and subtantiai
FURNITURE of the latest and most elegant de?
signs at pricer to suit the times. This establish- j
ment has Just received a large supply of superior
Parlor, Ouana ber and Dining Room Sets in Oak,
Walnut and iniiratlon, which are offered at prices
tenor fifteen per cent, lower than those charged
elsewhere for less substantial Furniture.
SUPERB BURIAL CASKETS A SPECIALTY,
Call and examine tbe stock and prices.
8IGN OF THE MAN AND ROCKER.
NO. 444 KING STREET.
fc.. Ww* ?xottorg, Ut.
C?U?AT^L?SS AND CR01SaST7~
* 1 AT THUS OLD STAND,
KING STREBT, CORNER OF LIBERTY STREET.
. The Subscriber would respectfully Inform his
friends and the public that his stock ls now com?
plete In OHINA, GLASS AND CROCKERY, Plain
White and Fanoy China; Glass and Fancy China
Goods, Lamps, Shades, Ac, Ac.
octio-thstuamos R. H. MCDOWELL. Agent
PERMANENT, TRANSIENT AND DAY
BOARD can be obtained, on reasonable
terms, at No. li Coming street, between Went
worth and Braufalc. dOOlT-tusi*
W~ ABBINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY
CU ARITABLE ASSOC IATIO N.-Toe
Heeling of the Association win be held THIS
kVBUlNG. at the Hall of the Mere Danta' Hotel,
corner ot Society and King streets, at 7 o'clock. -
D. li. GI LULA ND,
decal - Secretary and Treasurer.
STONEWALL FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-A Regular Monthly Meeting of the
company will be bela THIS KVBNING, at i o'clock:
precisely, at the Ball of tue JEtoa Flie Company,
Queen Btreet. A fall and punctual attendance ls
desired. By order. :
deosi WM. 0. MILLER, Secretary.
family by a young single gentleman, near
tue business purt on ol Meeting street. Address
Q. T. A., Lock BO? 286._,_decta
WANTED IN A MERCHANTS OF?
FICE, a competent Bookkeeper. None
nteu apply nnlesa thoroughly-conversant with
the general routine of an ellice. Address by let?
ter, Key Box 669, charleston P. 0. dec2t 2?
WOOD! WOOD I WOOD ! WANTED,
from 20 to 1,000 Cords of W?OD. The
very highest cash price paid. Apply to McBRlUE
A CRAIG. East end Calhoun atreet. dec21-9*
WANTED, A SECOND-HAND PBOOF
PRESS. Parties having such an anice
f0i sale - may find a purchaser by addressing
"Typo," office of THB Nswa._deoiO
WANTED, BY A STEADY, EXPERI?
ENCED man, a situation as assisi ant
bookkeeper, Clerk or salesman In a store. Has
no objection to go in the country. Address "AL
LEN," DAILY NEWS office._decia-3?
WANTED, THE LOAN OF THREE TO
Four Thonsand Dollars, ior two to three
y tars, on gcod security. Twe.ve per cent, inter?
est will be paid quarterly. Apply at ihe Charles
ton Posiomce to A. 8._decl7-tnthaa?
WANTED, LADIES TO PROCUBE
latest Styles in HAIR FIXINGS, prices
low. Also, Frenca Corsets, 75c, Hoop Skirts 600,
Bustles from 26c to 60c: endless Variety Fancy
Goods. ARCHER'S BA Z A AK, King s tret t.
WANTED, BOARD FOB A FEW
weeks In a private family for a gentle?
man, wife and chud. Please address, mating
terms and location, T. W. B., at ihia ouice.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, FOB THE
Ladles'Fuel Society, to supply present
wants, 40 coras ol Oak Woud until meir supply
can be received. Apply northeast corner u t Ju?
dith and Elizabeth attenta before 12 or after S
NE THOUSAND DOLL ABS IN ONE
WEEK.- To any shrewd man who can do
business on the quiet, l guarantee an immense
fortane, easily, rapidly and ta perfect safety.
Addi eas, In perfect confidence, WM. WARREN,
No. 28 West Fourth street, New York.
WANTED.-TWO YOUNG LADIES,
who have had some years experience, and
wuo are entirely competent to teach, in addition
to the ordinary coarse, the nigher Mathematics,
La un and Music, desire a situation for next year.
Address, stating lerms, B. and N., care box No.
64, bennettaviUe, 8. C._deoll-18
AYOUNG LADY WISHES A SITUA?
TION, in a healthy part of the State, as
i cacher of ibe English Branchesand Rudiments
or Music References given If required. Ad?
dress J. K. E., through Charleston P. u. novi9
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTEB
Sf 1K1TS OF THE WORLD, THE TKEA&
U?E HOUSE OF AMERIOA. THE GREAT BUCK
OF THE YEAR, A gen ts report sales Ol 26 IO 100
copies m a few hours or days. Prospectas free.
Address J. W. G GODSPEED, New York, Chicago,
cincinnati, St. Loots, New Orleans.
EXTBAI?INE.-KLEIN, NO. 339' KING
STREET, Jost received from Florida, a lot
ui oranges, surpassing in size, sweeine.-s and
color any In the market. You better go and get
them tor tne holidays._dec2i-l*
FOB SALE, A THOBOUGHBBED
POINTER DOG. For further particulars
a, ply to F. G. Michel, No. 145 Coming street.
FOR SALE, THE STOCK OF A WELL
known Oigar Store, consisting of Tobacco,
ripes, Fancy Articles, show cases, Ac Also, the
privilege ol the house, yard, Ac, at a very small
rent, apply this day at No. IBS King street.
decal A*_ . ?
MULES AND HOB8ES, AT B. OAK
MA.NM ?TABLES, ao. 86 Church street,
t,?ai- .Broad, for sale on time._' deol6-i*
SHINGLES I SHINGLES -200,000 No.
1 SHINGLES lu Dandles. For sale low for
ctash. C. T. SOHLEPEGRELL, Nc 87 Line street.
JUST ABBT7BD, A GAB LOAD OF
Good Meolum MOLES and HORSES. For
sale low by P. WES r, Queen street. de cl2
FOB SALE, HOUSE No. 23 HAYNE
s i REE f ; also sixt*-two LOTS on Rutledge
i ven ne. Apply to OTTO SCHWEITZER, No. 806
Sang street. deoiemwee*
PEBSONS WISHING TO PUBCHASE
Horses or Males will lind it to their advan?
tage to call at HOGAN A CO. 'S STABLES, NC 606
Sing street, before purchasing elsewhere
LABGE SALE OF LANDS.-PATRICK
P. JENNINGS, Administrator, vs. P.S. FEL
L>cit and others.-In the Oommon Pleas, Orange
Notice is hereby given that the sale of LANDS
In Oolleton Oounty, whereof John T. Jennings
lied seized, which Hale was postponed last sales,
day, will be made by the Sheriff of Oolleton Coun?
ty, at Waiterboro', on the first MONDAY in Janu?
ary, 187A for one-half cash, with the privilege of
paying all cash, or giving bond and mortgage to
the Referee ior the other hair, payaDle in one
year, with interest from date, purchasers paying
ior papers and recording.
Tue Lands will be Bold in parcels of from 500 to
3000 acres, and with the reservation to each of
ill canal and other easements hitherto common
io all of them.
The whole number of acres ls supposed tobe
tiver 30,000 acres, and the facilities for market by
the Edlsto are very great. M. GLOVER,
A T PBIYATE BALE, THE PLANTA
ix. TiON lying on Santee River, la St. John's
berkeley, about two miles below Eu taw Springs,
Known as "Walnut Grove," and property of the
late James Gall.ard, containing a litte over 1200
acres. On the place ls a good Dwelling with eleven
rooms and necessary outbuildings. #
Tne Tract admits or division Into two parts,
one immediately on the river, containing about
540 acres, or which 26 acres are In woods; the
other, with the settlement, containing about 670
acres, of which loo acres are in woods.
The place may be treated for as a whole, or for
either one of the above portions.
Terms or sale-One-third cash; balance In one
and two years, secured by bond and mortgage,
hearing seven per oent. interest. Purchaser to
pay for papers.
if not Bold by the 26th Instant, (Christmas,) the
settlement tract will be offered for rent, for the
year 1873, at public outcry, on the premises, on
Wednesday, the 1st of Jannary next.
For further particulars apply to
P. O. GAILLARD, at Charleston, ) Qualified
Or to JNO. G. GAJLLARD.on the prem- J Execu
lees, or at Bonneau's Post?nico.) tors.
. Coot ono ?orino.
the owner can have by proving property
and paying expenses. Address "J. B. B.," "Nswa
LOST, ON THE 18TH INSTANT, A
Gold Open Face Skeleton English-made
Lever Watch, A liberal reward will be given the
Auder, if left at Port Wardens' Office, Exchange
Btreet. . dcc2l-2*
LOST, A LARGE WHITE AND BLACK
DOG. A reward will be given for his re?
covery. Apply southwest corner St. Phillp and
LlneBtreeta. deci9 3*
TO BENTr^STGBE~No. 3WKING
street, now known as "Kaiser William Cigar
Store." Possess-on given on 1st January, 1873.
Apply to j. H. STEINMEYER, Charleston Steam
Saw Mill, weet end Beaufain street.
TO BENT, THAT LABGE AND COM?
MODIOUS Building. No. 140 East Bay, re?
cently occupied an the Publication Office or THE
NEWS, and formerly known as the French Coffee
House. For terms, Ac, applv at the Office of
THU NEWS, NO. IO Broad Btreet. Bep28
Joint gtofjt gompong.
OFFICLUT^BA^FFLE NIJMBEBS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COM?
PANY for the benefit or the State Orphan Asylum.
CLASS No.| 811-FRIDAY MOBNINO, Dec 20. -
2-72- 8-54-43- 61-33-30-27-32-76-44
CLASS No. 812-FRIDAY EVENING, Dec 20.
dec2i-i A MOROSO, Sworr- Commsisioner, I
j^CADBM? OF MUSIC.
Farewell performances of the talented joans;
And the Greatjpmedy Company.
GRAND MATINEE. TjJr Afternoon St 3 O'Clock.
Will b e presented the .
CHILD OF THE REGIMENT.
Josephine, (wltb Songs and Dan ce).KATIE PUTNAM
Admission to Matinee-Adults, 60 cents; chil?
dren 26 cents, .
TO-NIGHT, SATURDAY, DECEMBER Slat,
Jacqueline ) f
cupid, [ With Son gs, J KATIE PUTNAM.
Elke Arnar, J (
To conclude with toe
LAUGHING HYENA. .
For particulars see Billa of the day. dec21
Q.RAND FIREMANS' BALL
IN AD) OF THE
YOUNO AMERICA STEAM FIRE ENGINE
TO BB GIVEN AT THE
ACADBMY OF MUSIO,
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 8, 1873.
JA?. QUINN, J. J. CALLAHAN,
J.-O'CONNBLL, H. A. COHEN,
J. T. MAHER, W. F. MCGINNB?B,
c. L. BRA tm EOT.
decl4-(2 j ;_Chairman.
A H .H U ; i[ I F A I B
AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL ASSO?
CIATION OF GEORGIA,
Held at Savannah, commencing Monday, Decem?
ber 33th, 1872, aad continue during the week.
The Central Railroad and connections and At
lantio and Golf Railroad and connections will
transport visitors for one fare, returning Iree.
There will be a Sabre Contest between the Sa?
vannah and Augusta Sabre Clubs on January fid
Open to the world,' three or more to enter*
Fastest Trotting single-harness Horse, Purse,
$100; Fastest pair of Trotting Horses, owned and
used aa such. Purse, $60; Best Single-harnees
Uoise, Pine, $20; fest pair sf Harneas Horse?,
P?ate, ?26; Best Pacing Horse, Plate, $16; Run?
ning Race, Sweepstakes, mlle beats, thro* cr
more to enter, two to start, entrance io per cent,,
The Chamber of commerce offer the following
For best three bales of upland cotton of one
planter's growth on exhibition, premium to go to
For three bales ranklcg second in quality, pre?
mium to go to planter. $40.
For three bales ranking third In quality, $80;
premium to go to the plat. tera.
For the bent bale of sea island cotton, $50; next
best in quality, premium io go to planter, $40.
For the best Gin for upland cotton, $100.
For the best bushel-of Rough Rice, of the va
i le ty known as gold seed, premium to go to plan?
For the best bushel of Rough Rice, of the va?
riety known as white, premium to go to planier,
No fee will be charged for entering ot exhibit?
i-or Premium Lists or other Information, apply
to J. H. ESTILL, Secretary.
JAMBS H. -WILTSON, ~~
BANKING AND EXCHANGE OFFICE,
NO. 6 BROAD STREET.
INTEREST allowed on DEPOSITS subject to
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT bearing INTER?
EXUHANGE, GOLD, SILVER, STOCKS, BONDS
and UNOURRENT BANK NOTES bought and sold
at CUBRENT BATES and OU COMMISSION.
1 DRAFTS ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, FRANCE
and GERMANY sold.
COLLBOTlONBmod?. I.OASB nogotlated.
A GENERAL BANKING aad BROKERAGE BU?
SINESS transacted. nov28-stnth-17
Offers tor supplying r he above named Insti?
tution with Beef, Mutton, Pork and Veal for one
year from the 1st January, 1878, wi ii be consider?
ed by the Board of Commissioners on Thursday, I
it?th Instant. Souled oners to be left with the
bnperlDtendent at the Institution before S o'clock
P. M. on Tbuisday. dec2l4,
_Cfggj ff ot ires.
NOTICE.-THREE MONTES AFTER
date application will be made to the Sooth
carolina Railroad company for the renewal of
Certificate lor ?ix Shares Sooth Carolina Rail?
road and Bank Stock standing in the name of W.
c. SONDLEY. the original being lost or mislaid.
FINAL NOTICE. -ESTATE OF OLIVER
D. SEYMOUR, JR.-The undersigned will
I apply to the Hon. George Bnlat, Judge of Probate
for Charleston County, on Friday, tau loth of Jan?
uary next, at ll o'clock. A. M" for Letters Dls
mlsBOry on the said estate.
OLIVER D. SEYMOUR.
Administrator or toe Estate of O. D. seymour, Jr,
December io, 1872._decio tuthalmo
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CHARLESTON-COURT OF
CUM MON PLEAS.-Oatharine Bennett, plaintiff,
against Louisa Castle et al., -defendants. Copy
summons. To the defendants, Louisa Castle,
Mary OaBtle, Annie Castle, Francis castle, Corne?
lius Brown, an infant. Rebecca Brown, an Infant,
sarah Brown, an infant, Maria Brown, an infant,
Alonzo Smalls and John smalls, an Infant :
You are hereby summoned, and required to an
I s wer i he complaint in th ls action, which is flied in
tho office of the clerk of Common Pleas for tfie
Bald county, and to serve a copy of yonr answer
to the said complaint on the subscribers at their
I office. No. OS Broad street, Charleston, South
Carolina, within twenty days after the service
hereof, exclusive of the day of suoh service ; and
If yon fail to answer the complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff In this aotlon will ap?
ply to the court for the relier demanded in the
Dated 18th Jane, 1872.
BREWSTER, S PRATT A BURKE,
[L. S.] A. 0. RICHMOND, 0. C. 0. P.,
To Alonzo Smalls, one of the defendants above
named : Please take no<lce that the complaint
herein was flied lu the office of the clerk or the
Court or Common Pleas for said County and
State, at. charleston, son th Carolina, on the 13th
day of June, A. D. 1372.
BREWSTER, SPRATT A BURKE,
Combines Utility, Durability, simplicity
und Beanty. Reliable under all Circumstan?
ces Price from $26. $37 and $42. This
unequalled Machine uses the straight needle;
makes the lock stitch; (alike on both sides)
has self-adjusting tension; ls used wlih hand
or root, lt will hem, fell, bind, seam, tuck,
ruffle, hemstitch and sew on at same time; works
equally well on silk, linen, woollen and cotton
goods, lt 1B the only first-class practical low
price Machine made. Send for circulars and
aample of sewing, or call and examine Machine
at General Agency, No. 256 King street.
T. L. BISSELL, General Agent.
rpHE NEW IMPROVED
W H E E^L EB A WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior MACHINES
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promtly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANUF'O CO.,
aprt-lyr No. 200 King atreet.
A. J. SULLIVAN,
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
No. 113 MEETING STREBT,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BABKLEY A 00
Desires to Inform his friends and the public
that he ls prepared to carry on the GENERAL
BUILDING ROSINESS. Repairs or ali kinda at-1
tended to, Designs and estimates furnished upon
jgillinxra, fltrqm ($0000, Ut.
jp ALL OP ENJ.NQ, r
. . .. NO. pu Kis(jfat?kr. ' -
Mrs. M. J. ZERBOW would tetpictiaajr sm'
noancc to tue pub ll o that she will open THIS PAT,.
October 17th, a full line of MILLINERY ANO
FANCY GOODS, Hoc pssirta, Bustle*,. Kid Gl0TC&>
Ladles' and Ohlldrea's Under Garments, Wrap?
pers, sac-ka, Furs, Ac. Dress and Cloak Making
attended to as asnal
Sole agent for MT ie Demoreet's PAPES PAT?
TERNS, country 01 tiers win receive prompt at
entlon. 1 . ._octn-thstn
HAVING ADDBD TO MY UMBRELLA
The sale of Men's and Boya'
HATS AND CAPS,
I wUl keep on hand a Large Stock of
THE LATEST STYLES
Walch I will seU at the very lowest prices, for
cash. Before purchasing $6 Dress bilk Hats,
examine what I am selfing at $4 60, and extra
flue quality at $5 60 and jo.
Umbrellas of all kinds always on hand, made
to order or repaired ac shortest notice, and a
large stock of Walkin g Canes.
JOHN R. JOHNSON,
No. 801 King Street, 1 doors above Wentworth,
MtrtQB at tt) holes alu.
?pOWIE, MOISE & 'DTVTB
IMPORTERS, Y AMJFACTURKH3 AND
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
?ffer with confidence to the Public the following
VALUABLE PREPARATIONS, Of Which
they are Proprietors:
' What thlB great Southern Tonio will do must be
gathered from what lt has done. The case of
dyspepsia, or any other form of Indigestion, In
which lt has been persistently administered with?
out effecting a radical core, 1B yet to be heard
from; and the same may be said of bilious disor?
ders, intermittent fever, nervous affections, gen?
eral debility, constipation, sick-headache, mental
disabilities to wblch the feeble are so subject. It
purifies all the fluids of tho body, including the
blood, and the gentle stimulants which lt Imparts
to the nervous system W not succeeded by tbe
slightest reaction. This ls a chapter of facta
which readers, for their own sakes, should mark
TBS BEST LINDI BXT FOB MAN AND BEAST f .
This article has gained a well-deserved reputa?
tion, wherever lt bas teen used, as an external
remedy, and hundreds of our best citizens testify
to ita good qualities on man and beast. Used once
lt becomes a family comfort and necessity.
jyjOISE'S LIVER PILLS,
For the cure of Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia and Slok-Headache, and as a Cathar?
tic and Anti-Bihous Pill have no superior.
These Pilla possess that peculiar power or In?
vigorating the stomach, and stimulating the
liver and torpid bowels, Which render them of
unequalled efficacy In cleansing from the blood
all impurities, ema imparting new life and vigor
to the whole system. Ttt-.y are entirely vegetaole
and perfectly safe._
DB. VON GLAHNN'S ROYAL CROWN
An unequalled antl-dyspeptlo, tonic, nervine and
This world-' - -7 jd 'ionic ls prepared nnder
the persona. villon of Dr. Von Glahun, or
Amsterdam, Holland, and has been pronounced
by the best German physicians to be pore and
free from adulteration, and by them have been
recommended for the following pain lui com?
plaints: Diseases of me Bladder, Kidneys and
Urinary organs, Female Complaints, Collo, im?
perfect Digestion, Gravel. Onronlo Diarrhoea,
1 Dropsy, and alLdlsea?? of the Stomach.
jy?OISE'B FEVER AND AGUE PILLS.
'Are warranted t> cure in every case, or the
They contain no ?menlo or poisonous ingredi?
ents or any kind-not Ung In the least degree In?
jurious to the system ander any circumstances
and may bo administered with perfect safety to
They never fall to ct re the most obstinate case
when taken as directed
7hey cure immediately. In no case will the
patient have more thin one chUl after the first
dose, and In the majority of oases not even that.
They accomplish tbs work .by destroying the
canse of disease, whlolino other remedy pretends
: They are an effectual pr?ventive, neutralizing
the malarious poison in the system, and thus
averting Its consequences._novfl-sth
jyjEDICLNE AND FOOD COMBINED.
VALENTINE'S MEAT JUICE.
TESTIMONY OF CHARLESTON PHYSICIANS.
This valuable preparation, recently discovered,
has been extensively tested here and throughout
the country during the past summer, and has
fully merited the character claimed for lt.
Each bottle contains the Joice of fonr pounds of
the best beef, exclusivo of fat.
Mr. Valentine, the patentee and proprietor of
this preparation, has i i his possession numerous
testimonials from Hie best and most experienced
physicians of the land. Among them the follow?
ing are presented to the readers of TH s NIWB,
who will need no farther assurance or the quality
and efficacy of the article here offered :
CHARLESTON, S. C., September 36,1872.
Dear Slr-Some time ago 1 had the honor to re?
ceive by express specimens or your "Meat Jalee"
for trial. I have not thus far acknowledged yonr
kind communication for the simple reason that I
?ever certify to things of wblch I know nothing.
I bave, lu the meantime, tested your "Prepara?
tion," lally and cautiously, and the result of my
experience bas been, tbat In all cases where sup?
port ls demanded, whether In the teething child
or the adult worn down by disease, your "Prepa?
ration" bas, ander my observation, proved far
more efficacious than all the farrago of farina?
ceous articles and so-called extracts, which .often
do more barm than good.
I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant,
E. GEDDINGS, M. D.
Mr. M. S. VALENTINE, Richmond, Va.
CHABLBBTON, S. 0., September ll, 1872.
MR. M. S. VAL? .STINK:
Dear Slr-I have made quite an extensive trial
of your "Meat Juice" daring the past sommer,
particularly In those protracted and exhausting
disses incident to Infancy and childhood, so
familiar to our Sonthern physicians. The trial
has resulted ia a preference for your "Meat
jalee" above all the Extracts which I have hither?
to used. Solar, in has lully come np to all that
has been claimed for it, and if its pr?paration ls
conductfcdostttlrtfQeBajno?aie, and the purity of
?theretofore, I have
. M.ROBERTSON. M. D.,
ology and clinical Obstetrics
.'College of the State of South
QUARANTINE eFFIOX. 1
CHARLESTON, November 20, 1872.)
MR. M. S. VAMINCTNZ:
Dear slr-Your samples of "Meat Juice" were
received through the politeness of yonr sgent,
and used very freely during the summer in cho?
lera Infantum, low forms of fever and other dis?
eases peculiar to this climate.
I cheerfully add my testimony to Its dietetic
value, and regard your "Meat Preparation" of
great benefit, not only in infantile, bat also in
adult practice. It ls with pleasure that I can
recommend Ita use to tho profession generally
from past experience and the happy results In my
practice. Very respectfully, Ac.
ROBERT LEBBY, M. D.,
Health Officer, Harbor of Charleston.
CHARLESTON, 8. C., September 20,1872.
Mr. M. S. VALENTINE, Esq.:
Dear Slr-During the past summer I have had
a fall opportunity of testing yoor "Preparation of
Meat Joice,1' particularly amongst children suf?
fering from Darrboea from "Teething." I lind
that as soon as they lose their-appetite and com?
mence to degenerate generally, yonr Preparation
administered ls well retained and moat often en?
joyed by the little sufferers. They improve rapidly
In health and strength. Other preparations are
not so easily tolerated, on account of their un?
pleasant odor and taste.
I consider the contents or your little bottle
most Invaluable In all acute wasting diseases.
Very respectfully, W. M. FITCH, M. D.
Dr. S. Baruca, or Camden, S. C., writes:
"I am using Valentine's Meat Joice with excel?
lent effect In the case of a child, who is exceed
in sly fond of lt, while he positively refuses all
A fresh supply of the Meat Joice jost received,
and for sale, wholesale and retail, by
Dr. H. BAER,
No. 131 .Meeting street, Charleston.
(gang, Qatbjpaxe ano ggtltrg.
TA BL ?" EU IVES, 4o.
The fmbacriber has received a line asiortment of
all kinds or Table and Pocket Cattery, which he
'offen for sale at low p ricca.
? V "^?'-?L?O,
Wooden Bread Platters, with porcelain centres,
Wooden Batter Platters, with porcelain centres,
Englieh Japanned Tea Trays, Waiters and Plate.
Warmers. 0. G RATE LEY, ?
No. 62 East Bay, Sooth of the PostofflceV
decai-8 " - ..
TS! GUNS 1 GUNS!
Boys' Donble and single Barrel Gans, of war?
ranted quality, made expressly to order-Ut Eng?
Bird, Dnck and Deer Guns, of all sizes and qual?
ities, for sale at very low prices.
dec2i-s No. a East Bay Street.
Coge, QTonfedioneig, Ki
?1ANDYI CANDY ! CANDY !
Who wants CANDY and CONFECTIONERIES ?
Let them go to FLEMING'3 wen known Candy
Factory, No. 841 King street, branch store corner
of King and Ann streets. It ls there where they
can get supplied with the beet and cheapest
OAKES of all tinda, fresh every day. dec20-4
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STOCK OF
Rich Fancy Goods, Toys, Gamea,
Fireworks, French confectionery,
Rubber Goods, Ac,
Is now opening, (nearly every steamer bringa
In a fresh supply of the latest novelties until the
Holiday B are over,) at
VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR,
No. 220 sing street,
nov2-smw24 Next to Academy of Music .
FRUIT AND CIGAR STOKF,
Ko. 21 BROAD STBKBT,
R. SKERRITT, PEOPEIBTOB,
Das Jost opened with a fnU stock of Foreign
and Domestic FRUITS, Candles, cigars, fro
bacco, Fireworks, Ac, which will be disposed off
on the most advantageous terms to purchasers.
A liberal share of the public patronage ls solicited.
^ M AS CHEER!
"BUT ON OE A TE A RI?
THE RICHEST ANO THI NICEST
In the City, always on hand or made to order at
JELLIES, AC., Ac.,
TULLY'S OLD STAND,
No. 124 KING STREET,
dec?a is Near Queen street.
WILL BB OFFIRID AT
MCLEAN'S TOY STORE
\ in cons?quence of having to remov-j temporarily,
" for repairs to Store, arter Hirst Jam ir y.
SHOW CASES AND GLASS a Specialty.
Sljirto anb Jhtrniorjmg (Booba.
LATEST STYLES I
COMFORTABLE FIT I
SSS8SSSS .SCOTT'S SSSSSSSS
8 STAB B?IRT8 AND COLL ABS, 4 S
S g Ready-made and made gS .
S to Order. S
S - S
8 MEN'S S
S FURNISHING 8
SSSSSSSS GOODS. SSSSSSSS
AT THE GREAT SH [RT EMPORIUM !
LOOK FOB TBE STAR SIGN,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MARKET HALL
(groceries, ?iqnors, &r.
1500 bbls or FISH SCRAP by the sehoonei
Eclipse. For sale low
pov80-sta8_KINSMAN A HOWELL.
To arrive direct from the "Goanape" Islands
(2000) two thousand tons Of GUAN APE PER?Y1'
AN GUANO, which wlU be Bold In lots or ten tom
at $60, gold, per ton or 3240 poonda, by ,
GEO. W. WILLIAMS ?CO.,
.p OR SALE, BAGGING ! BAGGING !
Five handred rolls So. i LUDLOW BAGGING.
Apply at MOSES GOLDSMITH A SON.
WOOL, HIDES, SKINS AND 'F?RS
We are paying the highest Cash prices for
Bides, Wool, Skins, Fa's and Beeswax, at
MOSES GOLDSMITH A SON,
noV27-lmo _ Vendae Range.
JpRUIT FOR THE HOLIDAYS,
Jost received per schooner George Washington,
from Baracoa, a selected cargo of FRUIT, landing
at Union Wharves:
1027 bunches Choice BANANAS.
11,000 Clean CocoanntB.
0200 Half Husked Cccoanuta.
700 barrels Prime Selected Apples.
60,000 Prime Florida Oranges.
100 barrels 8.8. Oaiore.
200 barrels Early Ros?, Potatoes.
loi) barrel-* Peerless Potatoes.
soo barrels Jackson White Potatoes.
200 bags new Wilmington Peanuts.
FnU line canned Goods, JelUes, candles, all va?
rieties; Prize Pac sages, French mixture and stick
assortment; Currants, Prunes, Dates, all kinds ol
Nuts, Fire crackers, Ac, Ac
KBESSEL A BRANDES,
decio 18? East Bay, corner MaVket street.
ARTIN A MOOD,
(Successors to late E. E. Bedford,)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
NOB. 127 and 120 MEETING STREET,
Corner Market street, Charleston, sooth carolina,
Keep on hand a well select ed Stock of Choice
Country orders respectfully solicitad. No charge
for packing, and goods deUvered rree of charge
to any part of the city, Railroad Depots and
W. H. WELCH-FLBXTWOOD LAKNEAU-L. RASON,
jp H BIgjT flffift, Q^ojOPB. ."""*
Choice Selected Deblrs^Ljels
Choice Se:ectea Crown, ta l*yeri
Choice Selected Lon<?>n LsJtrt
- ^DBIBD PIGS
In Baskets and Boxes.
, P3UNES, .'.
French, In Glass Jars'. ? ' ?5 VJ,
Dried Apples and Peaches, Choice ' 3 ''>'>:'
Almonds, Walnuts and Pecana. ~ -'- '
In Glass Jars. PeachesPineapples, Pears. Limes,
Raspberries, Strawberries,, berries, Aa Ac
Ginger in Jars, and Canton dried. In cans.
._. JELLIES p7it? t
In Wineglasses, Goblets and Tnmbiiers, faasortod
GASHED QC ODS.
Peaches, Plums, Strawberries, Pineapples, Faa?,
Quinces, Gagts, CherriM, Ac, *C
Vegetables-Asparagas. Corn, Beans, Peas,Okra,
Tomatoes, ?c. Ac
Meats-Beef a la Mode, Beef, Mutton, 'Chicxen,
Turkey. Yeal, Demed Ham, Yorkey and
Tongues. ;< ?
Sonps-Varieties In,cans. ? '
Atmore'a and wright's, in cans, glass jars, ]
and by the pound. '
Sugar-cured Hams, Champion and other? In can?
vas, smofced Tongues, Breakfast Strips,
Smoked Beet; Sausages in Lard, and fio
Heldsleck, Green Seal, Clicquot, Mumm's and Do?
Shtrrlea, Madeiras; Port, ic, Ac," 1
Fine French, in bottles and on draught.
Bourbons, Rye and Cern. Itt
OLD WINES IN CASES.
Bottled by w. s. Corwin A Co., Kew York, la
18??, consisting or L. V. Madeira, Reserved
Madeira, South side Madeira. Topaz. Sherry,
Old and Choice wines at muon reduced prices.
' CORDIALS/ . :<"
Anisette, Noyaux, Rose, Perfect Love,. Curacco,
Marischlno, Benedictines, Merit, VaAlOa,
Kumil. Ac, 4c. -m-r
For sale by MARTIN A MOOD,
S. E. corner Me^ng and Mart? streets,
dec21-8tu2 ' Tl ' ;
?piRUIT 1 FRUIT I FRUIT 1
JUST RECEIVED PER SCHOONER ANNE HAK*
. BIS, FROM MAYAGUEE:,,...... .
soo.ooo Oholoe Porto Rico GRANGES.
Per Schooners Ella L. Trefethen and Mary El
Mangam, from Baracoa : ??? ^-. ".
1,000 Run Ch i s BANANAS : ... : rrr,
60,000 Baracoa coooanuta
IH STORK : - . " . . <
1,000 barrels Choice Northern Apples
SOO barrels Peach-Blow, Early Rosa and Jack,
eon White Potatoes,
ao barrels cape,OodCranraerriat , : . v-.
100 barrels Silver Skin Onlona '
so barrels White Beans 7
loo boxes Messina Lemons
60 kegs Malaga Grape*
60 boxes Turkish Prunes .
60 boxes Zante Currants
16 boxes Spanish Preserved FmliB -
26 boxes Assorted Jenter
60. frails Honey Date? >. - ... ? vv <> -HT
6 cases quarter and half pound boxes life
6 cases Drum Figs
5 eases Cartoon Elga . .
ft cases Box ElgSs. .< . - ... ..",.",
' a6boxeBLeahWG?tron -
goo boxes whole, half and quarter bores Ral
atas >r -rfW?rtw?r Hal*
loo barrels Assorted Vets
soo strings Spanish Garlic'
600 boxes Gold Coop Fire crackers r
1,000 bushels Wilmington aroundnats.
For sale at the lowest market prices, at *
c. BART * oo.r
dee? Nos.66,6T sadftOMarket|tresc ,
T I SB ON' 8;A L .Ti:''a : ? i "
SOO sacks in One order. For tale at 058 DOL?
LAR per tack by GEO. W. WILLIAMS ? co.
deeai-flmws ? -? -?V-.-..B:?:???5?.
808 KING ST.
80? KING ST.
808 KING ST.
805 KING 8T.
800 KING ST
808 KING ST.
808 KING ST.
80? KING ST.
?W KING ST.
806 KING ST.
808 KING ST.
808 KING ST.
306 KINO ST.
808 KING ST.
308 KING ST.
308 KING ST.
308 KING ST.
308 KING ST.
806 KING ST.
806 KING ST.
806 KING ST.
HOLIDAY GOODS I
HOLIDAY GOODS I
Strawberry Jam is
pound pota, 40c. each,
Dundee Marmalade, 8
pound pots for one
Buy yent Holiday Gooda
Smoked Tongues, aw
enty-flve cents each,
worth $125. ...
Brandy Fr ul t B, ail
kinds, from one to for
Seedless Ra isms, eight
pcunda for one do Jar.
Send joni orden to
Preserved Fruits in ail
Pickled Fruits, some?
thing new, an shapes.
New Citron, Nev Lem
For anything Nice, go
. to ;
pounds for ose dollar,
Jellies from twenty
cents to five dollars
per jar; .
Sweet Older on draoght
To see the
Neatest store In the
city go to
w I LB ONS?.
Choice Table- Butter ai.
ways on hand.
. -o- .""
Family Floor, ground
expressly for os.
Parched Coffees rece iv
if yon want anything
rare go to
Ground Coffees to order
Try the Teas at fifty
cents, sold only
W I L SONS'.
Best Tea only one dol?
lar and forty cents.
Good Tea at eighty
Ton can save twenty
five cents on
every pound of Tea
No charge for denver
No charge for Packing.
Particular attention to
Address Box 8881
ADDBBS8 BOX 888 I
ADDRESS BOX 8881
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