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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON 4 CO.,
No. 140 East Bay. Charles ten. S.e.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1871.
y EWS OE THE DAT.
-Gold at New York yesterday closed at 11^
-Th? New York cotton market was steady;
uplands 16$c; sales 3078 boles.
-At Llverpcol cotton closed quiet; uplands
9jd; shipping at Charleston or Savannah 9jd.
-The War Department has advices that the
Apaches of Arizona reluse to^o on the reser?
-George's Station aspires lo become a coun?
ty seat of a new county to be carved out ol
Charleston, Orangeburg, Barnwell and Colle
-Mr. Hiram Seymour, living some seven or
eight miles southeast of Sumter town, was
severely injured by a cotton gin a day or two
since. By some means one of his arms got
entangled In the saws while in motion, and
was terribly cut and mangled.
-Mr. W. D. Woode, ol Kingstree, was
thrown irom a mule last week, and died from
the effects of the Injuries received. He was
riding a wild and vicious mule, which he had
much difficulty, on the occasion ol his death,
to mount, when upon doing so the animal
dashed off and threw him on the ground, his
head and shoulder striking first. He never
spoke, and remained in an insensible condi?
tion until bis death. He was a Bon of the ?ate
Captain W. H. Woods, of Clarendon, a man
about fifty yeafs of age, but without a iamlly.
-The remarkable self-command of Bismarck
was well illustrated during a late interview
between him and Thiers. The latter began the
conversation in Frenen, and in the course ot
his remarks grew BO bitter and personal that
Bismarck would have been justified ia break?
ing off ihe interview. He, however? mildly
Interposed, "Let us continue our remarks in
Germ?n." Whereupon 1 hiere, although well
acquainted with that language, found himself j
obliged to proceed cautiously, and weigh each
word carefully. And thus calmness was re?
-The representatives of several large rail?
way corporations were in Augusta on Wed?
nesday, and held a kind of caucus at the
Planters' Hotel. The Central Railroad was
represented by Messrs. W. M. Wadley, of Sa?
vannah; W. B. Johnston, of Macos; A. S. Hart
ridge, John Cunningham, George Wylly, John j
E. Wilder and Geo. M. Murphy, all of Sa van- j
uah; the Montgomery and West Point Railroad
by C. T. Pollard; the Southwestern Railroad by
General W. S. Holt, and the' Wilmington and
Manchester Railroad by R. R. Bridgers. The
object of the meeting bas not transpired, but
somebody will know before long. When such
a number ol large corporations hold a caucus,
some other railway will be beugbt up, leased
or annexed ia a little while.
-On Wednesday night, about eight or nine
o'clock amid the darkness sod pelting rain,
Mr. Albert Turner, of'Granite vi Ile, In this
State, was shot through the right leg above j
the knee, and now lies at the point of death
and Bullering great agony. Shoufcl he recover,
lt moat be with the loss of his leg. When '
shot be was leaving the house ot Captain John '
Sentell, where Mr. Brewer and his lamtly 1
board. Who shot him ls still a profound mys- '
terr. The general suspicion at Granltevllle 1B 1
that Brewer is the maa for whom the shot '
which Turner received was Intended. Mr. 1
Turner is quite a young mao, recently mar?
ried, and of unusually quiet and' pious char?
acter. He has no enemies and the sympa?
thies of the people are warre,; aroused for
-Mr. Charles Lesesne was accidentally shot
and seriously wounded, a few days ago, while
on a hunting excursion la Saatee swamp. The
hunters were driving in a densely thick un?
dergrowth, where it was necessary for them
to surround the place where the deer were
supposed to be staying. One was soon put to
flight, when in the excitement of the moment,
two of the party, Mr.Drose and Samuel Mc
Clary, a youth, shot at lt; the latter, shooting
In the direction ol Mr. Lesesne. wounded him
seriously In two places, two buckshot taking
effect, one in his thigh about midway between
the knee and\he groin, and the other in his
aide above the hip. Mr. Lesesne fainted and
feU, and Buffered very severely for a while.
He was carried home, where he ls Improving
rapidly. Atlast accounts the shot had not,
-On last Sunday morning, Dr. J. E. Self.
Accompanied by Mrs. Emma Holloway, en
route from home to Edgefield Courthouse, at?
tempted to ford the creek at Reynolds's cross?
ing, bat had proceeded but a short way ia the
creek when they discovered that both buggy
and horse were floating down the stream. Dr.
Sell In his efforts to change the direction of
the horse, caused the horse to make a sudden
turn, which upset the buggy, throwing Mrs.
Holloway and himself into the stream. Dr. 6.
immediately went tb the relief ot Mrs H., and
after floating down the stream some two hun?
dred yards, sustaining the lady all the while,
the doctor managed to reach a friendly bough,
and succeeded in bringing the lady ashore.
The doctor, being an excellent swimmer, then
turned his attention to the horse and buggy,
(which had floated down the stream along
with the doctor and the lady) and also brought
them safe to land.
-A gentleman who arrived in Columbia from
Union describes the condition of things in
Union County as terrible. Individuals are ar?
rested right and left, and there is no redress.
In several instances citizens have been im?
prisoned for more than a week, and were then
coolly Informed that "a mistake bad been
made." Another raid was made upon the
Town o? .Union Wednesday morning at an early
hoar. All the roads leading to the town were
picketed, and no one allowed to leave or enter.
Several carriages containing ladles (on their
way to the railroad depot to visit the lair la
that city) were halted and turned back. At tne
time our informant left, arrests were being
mads by squads of soldiers, accompanied by
deputy United States marshals. These s quads
were scouring the streets, having io their
Hands "black lists." A tap on the shoulder and
the unlucky wight 1B turned over to aa armed
-The address of Hon. Reverdy Johnson, be?
ere the Democratic mass meet og in Baltimore
Thursday evening, was a masterly argument
for constitutional righis, and aa un answera?
ble indictment of the administration lor its
warpaUona in the matter of the recent pro cia
mations and tie San ) jmlngo business. Af?
ter touching on the President's abuse Of the
appointing power and the maladministration
of tue fluances, Mr. Johnson proceeded to
analyze the Ku-Klux law in Its relations to
?ie constilution, showing that it is in itseli a
violation ol the guarantees o? that instrument,
and that lt also confers upon the President
powers whlchthe constitution expressly pro?
hibits. For, In the matter of the Guspension
ol the writ of habeas .corpus, Congress not
only assumes the righi to determine what
shall be considered "rebellion or in?
vasion" without reference to the mean?
ing of those terms in the constitution, but
delegates this right to the President to be ex?
ercised according to his individual will. In
the case of South Carolina, there has been no
rebellion, no resistance to authority. Such
outrages as there may have been were direct?
ed only against Individuals, and the courts, to
which these Individuals have^ access, are
proved amply competent to manage the
whole business. Indeed, so far from resist?
ing, the Inhabitants are flying the country.
Moreover, the act Itself which allows the
usurpation is without constitutional authority.
The tilth section of the fourteenth amend?
ment, under which the Ku-Klux law was pass?
ed, glve3 Congress power to "enforce by ap?
propriate legislation;" but lt does not do
away with all constitutional restrictions what?
ever and place the 8(ates entirely within the
p?wer of the Federal Government. As a com?
panion picture, Ur. Johnson sketched the
usurpation of the war power by the President
In the case of San Domingo, his address as a
whole being a .dignified and scathing review
ol the unconstitutionality ol the acts of the ad?
ministration which is now pleading for an ex:
tons ion; ol ks rule.
A Plain Answer.
e confess our surprise that our contem?
porary the Courier should deem it neces?
sary to ask whether THE CHARLESTON NEWS
is disposed to white-wash fraud, and to ad?
vocate the payment of au unjust and illegal
debt. We have, to the best of our ability,
fought the battle of the people, ia season
and out of season. And the unrelenting
hostility of the principal South Carolina
Radicals to TUE CHARLESTON NEWS is a
sufficient proof that they, at ieaet, know this
paper te be the persistent and uDcompro
raising foe of every kind of peculation and
corruption. We bad thought that our
words in relation to the alleged over-issue
of South Carolina booda were too plain to
be misunderstood. But we willingly answer
the question of the Courier, and claim from
that paper the apology which it professes to
be ready to give.
The Courier, in Ii3 issuet of yesterduy,
"THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, however,
is disposed, If we read English correctly, to
whi te-wasn the frauds which have been perpe?
trated upon our people, and to advocate the
oner o? a premium to peculation, and by so
doing to cause^the bankruptcy of the State in
counselling the payment cf the debt fraudu
lently contracted by the Bcott administration
If Its editorial of yesterday, together wltbsthe
general make up, lo printer's parlance, oi the
same Issue, does not mean thl?, we will gladly
apologize for the wrong which we have done
in entertaining Buch an opinion. "Wo, how
aver, are not singular in our belief, for That
belief la ohm ?1 bj> m lrugu number of oui moot
"We, therefore, ask our contemporary to
state, In Justice to Itself and- to our people,
[rankly and freely, whether we are right or
wrong-whether THE CHARLESTON DAILY
NEWS means tn advocate 'the payment of a
lebt contracted in fraud, by Irresponsible par?
lies, In the name of the State-or whether it
neans to put the stamp o? its disapproval of
such frauds, in common with the better por?
tan of our fellow-citizens, by advocating the
univ course left to honest men-the course of
In" reply, we beg to say that THE CHARLES
roN NEWS is unequivocally opposed to the
payment of any debt of the State which has
Deon contracted in fraud. As, however,
we have no positive proof that there have
seen a Dy fraudulent issues of State bonds,
pe await a full knowledge of the indisputa?
ble facts before advocating a repudiation
which, however necessary, is always dis?
tasteful to an honorable and upright people.
Nor do we see that anything i3 lost by such
a delay as may be indispensable ta delibe?
rate and intelligent action. As long as the
State ls controlled by the Radical Ring, a
repudiation policy cannot be carried into
practical effect, and, as regards the public,
the press have given sufficient warning that
whoever may now pin his faith to new
South Carolina bouds does it at bis own
risk. We hope that, before long, the whole
truth will be published in such a way as to
compel confidence and belief. And if it be
established that any fraudulent debt has
been contracted, for aoy purpose, THE
CHARLESTON NEWS will resist its payment,
and arge its repudiation.
A Timely Warning.
In Yirch last the Chamber of Commerce
and the Board of Trade of Charleston held
special meetings to take into consideration
the extraordinary condition of the financial
ail airs of the State, and, after a full discus?
sion, both bodies adopted a series of resolu?
tions expressing the determination of their
members to resist the payment of any ille?
gally contracted debt These resolutions
declare that (1) the bonds heretofore issued
without legal sanction, and the so-called
sterling loan, or any other obligations there?
after Issued by the present State Govern?
ment, will not be held binding, and their
payment will always be resisted; that (2) all
persons are warned against receiving any
obligations thereafter issued, purporting to
bind the property or pledge the credit of the
State, which obligations will be held null
and void; that (3) a State Convention be
held in Columbia on the second Tuesday in
May; that (4) the Convention request the
officiai aid and co-operation of the Governor
with a view to ascertaining the amount and
character of the bonds and other liabllitiee
of the State.
The Convention of Taxpayers met in Co?
lombia on"MBy 9, ?871, every county in the
State save one being represented by its
ebosen delegates. Among the delegates
were Mr. Annistead Burt, Mr, W. D. Porter,
Mr. George A. Trenbolm, Mr. Henry Gour?
din, ex-Governor Manning, Generals Butler,
Chesnat,Gary, Hagood, Wallace and CannoD,
ex-Governor Bonham, and Attorney-General
Chamberlain. It was, we judge, a body
whose decision might be accepted as that of
the majority of the property-holders of the
State. The Convention appointed an execu?
tive committee, of which the Hon. Jame3
Chesnut was chairman. This committee re?
ported the following resolutions, which were
Resolved, That this Convention, represent?
ing the properly^Ideja-and-taxpayers of the
State of South "Carolina, du"flereoy deem it
our duty to declare that the so-called Sterling
Loan, or any other bonds or obligations, here?
after 'ssued, purporting to be under and by
virtue ol the authority of this State, as at
present constituted, will not be held binding
on us; and that we recommend io the people
of the State, in every manner and at all times,
to resist the payment thereof, or the enlorce
ment of any lax to pay the same, by al! legiti?
mate means within their power. ,
Resolved, That we deem it our duty to warn
all persons not to receive by way o? purchase,
loan, or otherwise, any bond or obligation
hereafter issued by the present State Govern?
ment, or by any subsequent government, In
which the property-holders of the State are
not represented, purporting to bind the prop?
erty or pledge the credit ol the Si ate; and
that all such bonds or obligations will be held
to be null and void, as having been issued in
fraud and In derogation of the rights of that
pcrtion of the people of this State upon whom
the public burdens are made to rest.
These resolutions are direct and explicit
They warn the public against the Sterling
bonds, and against aoy other bonds ?r obli?
gations thereafter issued by the present State
government. They declare that the bonds
thereafter issued wiil be held to be null and
void. Bat the Convention went farther.
Besides declaring what issues of bonds and
what obligations would be disregarded by
the property-holders aud taxpayers, tho
Convention declared, by resolution, that the
funded debt, as reported to the Convention,
was a valid debt, for the payment of which
the honor and credit of the State were law?
fully, pledged. This debt is described by the
Committee of Eleven, who reported that the
sam total of the debt of the State (exclusive
of $800,000 due Mr. Kimpton, and inclusive
of $1,800,000 or State bonds held by Mr.
Kimpton asNc?llateral)) was $9,865,908. The
resolution affirming ibis amount of debt,
which resolution was adopted, reads- as fol?
Resolved, as the sense of ihiB Convention.
That the funded debt ol the State.as described
In the report of the Committee of Eleven
this body, ls a valid debt, and that the honor
an J funds of the State are lawfully pledged for
the redemption thereof.
The funded debi, which the Convention
affirmed and recognized, is compo8ed"oTTE?
Bonds and stocks outstanding Oct. 1,
Bonds Issued by the Scott adminis?
tration, as follows:
Act of August 26, 1868, for redemp?
tion of bills receivable.' 500,000
Act of August li?, 1868, for payaient
of interest on public debt. 1,000.000
Act of September 15,1868, for fund
log bills of the Bank of the State.. 1,258,550 j
Act of February 17,18C9, lor relief of
' the Treasury. 1,000,000
Act of March 27, 1869, for Laud Com?
4At of Warn?, 1, JR70, lor T.o-J O
We may add that Governor Scott, in an
official letter to the chairman of the Ku
Klux Committee, under date of September
20, 1671, recapitulates the whole debt of the
State, in bonds and stock, as follows :
Debts prior to the war.$4,046,540 |
Bonds issued by Provisional Govern?
Bonds Issued by present administra?
We see, theo, that the Taxpayers' Conven
tion in May recognized a valid debt of $^"8l!5i
GTJbTahd that Governor Scott, in September,
reported total debt "or $9,528,5C3. This
is solid ground, but it doeB not help to ex?
plain why Governor Scott should have
printed bonds to the amount of $20,000,000.
Nor does it explain the enormous commis?
sions which Mr. Kimpton is said to have
charged; nor the systematic hiding of the
truth from the taxpayers of the State. All
that we can Bay, at present, is that the whole
debt of the State, which the people recog?
nize, and which the State officials report, is
less than ten million dollars.
Dlr. KimptoiT* Bond.
Our Columbia correspondent is informed
by Governor Scott that Mr. Kimpton, when
he was appointed Financial Agent, gave
bond, secured by Henry Clews, of New
York, for $500,000. This would be consol?
ing if it were only true. There are gentle?
men now in Charleston who were told by
Governor Scott, more than a year ago, that j
Mr. Kimpton had shamefully deceived Lim
that he was made to believe that Mr. Henry
Clews was upon Kimpton's bond for half a
million dollars, but that, apon examination,
he found that Mr. Clews bud signed as wit?
ness, and not as bondsman, and that the
bond was wholly unsecured.
Where Doctora Differ !
We print to-day the New York Sun's
version of the origin and object of the report
that sixteen or twenty million of dollars of
South Carolina bonds have been fraudulently
i?sued. The Sun treats it as a plot to de?
preciate temporarily the market value of the
bonds, so that the King may pocket the
profits when the bubble bursts and the truth
is allowed to appear. The New York Daily
Bulletin, moreover, treat3 the WorhCs story
as "a hoax," and calls it "a clumsy contriv
"ance" and "a reckless misrepresentation."
But the World insists that its statements are
correct, and that the over-issue is nearer
thirty millions than twenty.
P L E N G E ,
HATS, CAPS AND UMBRELLA B,
Children's Bats a Specialty.
No. 201 KING STREET.
Jost opened and will have always on hand an
assortment of the above articles. Also, Gentle?
men's NECK TIES, SCARPS, WALKING CANES,
Ac His friends are respectfully invited to call
and examine for themselves. ocii4-lmo
jyjRS. P. J. BABBOT,
TEACHER OF PIANO AND ORGAN.
Pupils taught at their own residences, or at her
residence, corner o: Smith and Montague streets
'.VALLE CRUCIS," SEAR COLUMBIA, S. C.,
FOR THE EDUCATION OF YOUNG LADIES, UNDER THE
IMMEDIATS SUPERVISION OF THE KBLIGICUSES
OF THB URSULINE ONVEST.
The situation of the Convent is all that can he
desired tor health and beauty. The buildings are
on elevated ground, about two miles from the
Capitol, and in the midst of an oak grove of
twenty acres. It ls within half an hour's di ive
om the depot, where omnibuses and baggage
agons await the arrival or passengers.
TERMS-For board, washing, fuel, light* and
tuition In English, $300, payable $150 in advance,
or $30 per month, payable in advance.
Music, French, Latin, Drawing and painting
form extra charges.
SW For further Information, application may
be made ro the MOTHER SUPERIOR, to Kt. Rev.
Bishop LYNCH, or to the Reverend Clergy.
pm* THE STATE OF SOUTH "CTRCV
LINA, COUNTY OF CHARLESTON-COURT OF
COMMON PLEA S-RICHARD C. DANIEL,
PLAINTIFF, AGAINST NORMAN W. KINGSLEY,
ALFRED A. POST AND ALFRED C. POST, trading
under the firm name and style of the "L'NDEN
PARKE LANI) COdPANY," at Beaufort, Beau?
fort County, State aforesaid, Defendant-Sum?
mons for money demand-[Complaint not serred )
To NORMAN W. KINGSLEY, ALFRED A. POST
and ALFRED C. POST, trading under the firm
name and style of the 1 LINDEN PARKE LAND
COMPANY," at Beaufott, County of Beaufort,
State aforesaid, defendants lo this action: You
are hereby summontd and required to answer
the complaint ia this action, winch was filed in
the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas for the said county, and to serve a copy of
your answer on the subscribers at their office,
No. 48 Broad street, Charleston, S. C., within
twenty days after the service or this summons on
you, exclusive of the day o' service.
ir you fall to answer this complain: within the
time aforesaid, the plaintirfw.il take judgment
against yon for the sum of twenty-one hundred
and six dollars, principal and interest, and also
with Interest at the rate of seven per cent, from
the fourth day of November, one th o as ad eight
hundred and seventy-one, on that amount to the
day or payment, and cons.
Dated November 4th, 1871.
WHALEY A- MITCHELL,
[-'eal.l A. C. RICHMOND, C. C. P. novT-tufa
pm* TEE STATE OF SOUTH CABO
LINA, COUNTY OF CHARLESTON-COURT OF
COMMON ri.EAS-RICHARD C. DANIEL, PLAIN?
TIFF, AGAINST NORMAN W. KINGSLEY, DE?
FENDANT.-Summons for money demand - [Com?
plaint not served ]
To NORMAN W. KINGSLEY. Defendant In this
action: You are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint in this action, which
was filed La the office of the Clerk or the Court of
Common Pleas for the? aid county, and to serve
a copy of your answer on the subscribers, at their
office, No. 48 Broal street, Charleston, S. C.,
within twenty-days after tr<e service of this sum
monds on you, exclusive ot the day or service.
If you rail to answer this complaint within the
time a'oresald, the plaintiff will take Judgment
a alnst you for the sum of ten thousand two
hundred and thirty-three 83-100 dollars, princi?
pal and interest, and also with luttrest at the
rate of seven per cent, from the fourth day or
November, one thousand eight hundred and
seventy-one, on that.amount to the day of pay
men , and C03IP.
Dated November 4,1871.
. . WHALEY A MITCHELL,
[Sea!.] A. C. RICHMOND, C. C. P. nov7-tu?6
^THE STATE OF S 1UTH CARO?
LINA, COUNTY OF CHARLESTON-Court of
Common Pleas.-RICHARD C. DANIEL, Plaint In
against NORMAN W. KINGSLEY, Defendant,
Summons for M.ney Demand.-[Complaint not
To NORMAN W. KINGSLEY, Defendant in this
action : You are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint lu this action, which
was flied in the ifflce of the Clerk of the Court or
Common Pleas for the said County, and to serve
a copy of your answer on the snbscr.bers at
their office, No. 48 Broad street, Charleston. S. C.,
within twenty-days after the service of th.s sum?
mons on you, exclusive of the day of service.
ir you fall to answer this complaint within the
time aforesaid, the Plaintiff will ta'-.e judgment
against you for the sum of fifty-four hundred and
seventy 8M0J dollars, principal and interest,
and auto with interest at the rate of seven per
cent, from the fourth day of November, one thoa
land eight hundred and seventy-one, on that
amount to day or payment, and coste.
Dated November 4th, 1871.
WHALEY A MITCHELL.
[Seal ] A C. RICHMOND, C. 0. P. nov7-tuie
pm* THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA, COUNTY OF CHARLESTON-court of Com?
mon Pleas.-RICHARD C. DANIEL, Plaintiff*
against, ALFRED A. POST, Defendant -Summons
for Money Demand.-[Complaint not served.]
To ALFRED A. POST, Defendant In this action:
You are hereby summoned and required to an?
swer the complaint In thia action, which was
filed in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Com
m n Pleas for the said County, and to serve a
copy of your answer on the subscribers at their
office, No. 48 Broad street, Charleston, S. C., with?
in twenty days after the service of this summons
on yon, exclusive of the day of service.
if you fall to answer this complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff will take judgment
against j ou for the sum of six thousand one hun?
dred and thirty six 73 103 dollars, principal and
interest, ihd also interest at the rate of seven
percent, from date to the time cf payment, and
Dated Novt moer 4th, 1871.
WHALEY A MITCHELL,
[Sea'.] A. C. RICHMOND, C. C. P. nov7-tufo
pm* STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CH ARLE5TO V-Trial Justice's Sum?
mons.-By JOHN C. MINOTr, Esq , Trial Tustlce
m and for Bald County of the said Stu te-To any
lawful Constable: Complaint having been made
unt?me by T. D. CLANCY and R. W. LOCKWOOD,
Copartners La trade, under the name and style or
T. D. CLANCY k CO., that one LOUIS MoLAIN ls
indebted to them In the sum of eighty-two ?9-100
do.lars, upon an account for gooda furnished for
Yacht "Meta,'' a copy of which is herewith med,
and refuses payment
These are, therefore, to require you to summon
the said L efendant to appear before me, in my
office, No. 14 Broad street, Charleston, S. C., on
the twenty-eighth day of November, 1871, at 12
o'clock M., to answer to the Bald complaint, or
judgment will be given against him by default.
Given under my band and seal, at Charleston,
the tenth day or October, one thousand eight hun?
dred and seventy-one.
[L.8 ] JOHN C. MINOTT,
To the Defendant, LOUIS McLAIN:
Take notice, that|the summons La this action, of
which the foregoing ls a copy, was filed m this
office on the loth day of October, 1871.
JOHN C. MINOTT,
octl3-16 _Trial Justice.
1^1 OOD EOAj??? WITH PLEASANT
VT ROOMS. Apply at No. 98 Broad street.
Day Boarders accommodated also.
BOARDING. - A FEW GENTLEMEN
can ba accommodated with good board
and pleasant rooms, on moderate terms, by ap?
plying at No. ia Wentworth street. DAY BOARU
LNG aiBO lurnifihed. mayis
LA CAN DE ?R LODGE, No. 36, A. F, M.
Toe Regular Communication will be held
mis (Frldaj) AFTERNOON, a: 5 o\lock, at
Uolmes'B Lyce um.
By order. HENRY WAOENER.
nov io _Secretary.
OFFICE HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
CBABEsTON. NOVEMBER 10, 1871.-The
Kxecutive Board win meet THIS DAT, at 12 o'clock
M., at Market Hal).
GEORGE 5. PELZER. M. D ,
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING
or Marlon Lodge. No. 2.1. 0. 0. F., will be
held THIS EVEKING, at 7 o'clock, at Odd Fellows'
Hall. HOBT. C. STARR,
sepS _Recording Secretary.
GENT BOY as Messenger for Southern
and Atlantic Telegraph Pillee._covlO-1
AN ACTIVE BOY, FIFTEEN TO SIX?
TEEN years old, wanted in a Shoe Store.
Apply at No. 78 Mai ker, near Meeting street.
novlD-l? ?,_ >
E~VERY GENTLEMAN WHO WANTS
Cca's, Pants. Bats, Ac, Cleaned and Dyed,
goea to OTTO SONNTAG, Wentworth street, near
Artesian Well, who makes faded and mouldy
clothing like new, and bas no equal In Scouring.
Coats and Pants turned. Work done carefully.
WANTED, A LAD, ABOUT 16 YEARS
old, who is willing to make himself gen?
erally useful about a store. Apply at No. 141
WANTED, A COMPETENT, STEADY,
middle-aged man, -accustomed to the
care or horses, to take charge or a horse and
buggy. Apply at office, No. 71 Broad street.
WANTED, BY A THOROUGHLY COM?
PETENT and steady young man (a
Chariest on lan, and single) a situation tn any ca?
pacity. Wo;.ld prefer office work in a Commis?
sion HouBe, or general oat-door clerk, and would
not object to leave the city. Best of references
furnished. Address Accountant, Kty Box No. 60,
Charleston Postofflce._ novS
WANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKETS
in the Land and Immigration Association
Cf MesBrs. BUTLER CHADWICK, GARY A CO.
Tickets now ready Will he glnd to see my frlendi
at the office or Mr. EDWARD M. MORELAND,
No. 20 Broad street. EBEN COFFIN, sub-Ag%nt.
WANTED TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a email House. Address C. B. A., NEWS
WANTED, A CHILD'S NORSK RE?
COMMENDATIONS required. Apply at
No. 256 King street, cjrner Beaufaln.
IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF A SEWING
MACHINE, see first the HOME SHUTTLE, the
cheapest and best, at BJSSELL, No. 61 Basel
street, opposite Express Office. Price $20 to $37.
WANTED, BY A STEADY, INTELLI?
GENT and perfectly trustworthy colored
mau, or mature years, a place aa porter in a bu.^l
ness house. Satisfactory references given. Ad
dress "PORTKK," office or Tue Nsws. oct2
AGENTS WANTED !-FOR THE UNI?
VERSAL TWINE AND THREAD CUTTER;
saves time, twine, thread, fingers and teeth. Some?
thing everybody wanta, samples malled on re?
ceipt or 28 cents. Address GLORGE DA Via, No.
669 Broadway. New York._oci30-3moa
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, A
native ol Florida, a situation as salesman
or clerk in a house in Charleston. He is well and
favorably known throughout East Florida, and
' an inrush satisfactory testimonials as to char
acter and qualifications. Address J. 8. J.. NiWr
WANTED, BY A THOROUGHLY COM?
PETENT, steady and trustworthy colored
man, a situation, either as coachman, groom or
porter. Has had experience and can rnrnlah the
very best recommendations. A note addressed to
'.Coachman" at the office or Toa Nrws. wui
secure prompt attention._lui128
WANTED, A PRACTICAL PRINTER
and Compositor: to take charge or a
C untry Newspaper, published weekly. One well
recommended can obtain a situation, or an inter?
est lo the paper, by addressing Horry News,
Conway boro, 8. C. None need apply unie* s they
come fully recommended, for c ipetenoy and of
good moral character._nov4
AGENTS WANTED. - THE SINGER
MANUFACTURING COMPANY received the
highest premium at the Cotton States Fair, held
at Auguita. Ga, in 1870. Also the highest pro
UilUlU .? tho Vfcrld'j P.lr. (UUUStltUtcd bj lUe
homes of the people,) for they sold 127,833 Ma
climes In 1810; 44,625 more Machines than any
other company. The SINGER ls sold on easy
terms at Mate agency, No. 107 Ring street.
and White Sbanirbal POWLS. Apply to T.
L. BAGOT, No. 34 smith street._novl0-ftu4
CHEAP FRUIT 1 CHEAP FRUIT !
A most splendid and large assortment or
FKDIT, Just in, at KLEIN'S. No. 339 King street.
4000 very nfee oranges, rrom 20 cents a dozen and
up to 40 cents; beautiful Northern Cranberries,
two quarts for 25 cents; Lemons, 35 cents; Limes,
10 cents; Dates, 15 cents; Bananas, Pineapples.
Tamarinds. Malaga Grapes, Green (?inger, Guava
Jelly, New Figs, and all kind or Nats. Also, very
cheap Apples and Oresh Canary Seed, mixed. Oo
and see, and see about 100 extra fine Singing
CiDarlep, also atout to Female Birds. povlO-i*
FOB SALE, THAT SMALL FRAME
HOUSE. No. 36 King street., a good stand
for a Dry Goods store. Apply on the premises.
BOAT FOR 8ALE.-THE FAST SAIL?
ING Cat Boat ROsE, coppered and copper
lastened, in excellent ccndu_D, for sale. Apply
at No. 23 i?ueen street. >_novff-31*
FOR SALE, A LOT OF CANARY BIRDS,
good singers, male and female. Also, ali
kinds or Seed, at A. BUERO'S, No. 82 Market
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS in large or small qnantitlea
Pnce 60 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
'ince or THE NEWS. ._mayis
THOROUGHBRED CHESTER WHITE"
PIGS, for sale low. Apply at FRASER ?
DILL'S, Factors, North Adger'e Wharf.
ABARGAIN I-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Buggies Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, will be sold low for cash, ls neanr
:-.ew, cuts 28 Inches, and has an extra knife. Nc
cnarge for package Price $40. apply at Tai
Nsws Job Oince. marK
FOR SALE, OR RENT, THAT
eligibly fituated House, No. 27 Rm ledge
Aven ne, on the Une or "he City Railway"- ne
former residence of Major B. C. Gilchrist.
The House h s t very convenience for a family,
together with a large lot, containing several
choice Fruit Trees aud a handsome Flower Gar?
den, Hot House and Fo-ntaln. For particulars,
inquire or CHARLES P. FRAZER,
Real Estate Agent, No. 98 Broad h erect.
AT PRIVATE SALE, MARL BLUF*
PLANTATION, on Rocky Creek Swamp
orangeburg District, South carolina, 16 miles
from BiackviUe, on Suuth Carolina Railroad, Au
gutta Branch, and 18 miles from Orangeburg
Courthouse, on Colombia Branch Road, Citarles
um and Augusta and Charleston and Co.um t ?a
Hailroads, containing 19*6 acres or land, 233 ol
which ls cleared and under good fences; about it
acres more cltared, but not under renee-ail or
which ls first class Cotton and Corn Lands; the
balance ls first class Timber Land.
A ?rst-ciass Circular Saw Mill (water,) In order
fer Immediate use. ou a constant stream. Lum
ber to hand, and can be rafted to Charleston
from the Mill. Also, a good Grist Mill. Has a
comfortable house with six (8) rooms, outbuild
ingB all in good condition, stables, barn, Ac. six
(6) framed negro houses in good order, lt also
has a Marl Bed on lt which makes lt very ad van
tageous to agricultural purposes for mating ma
nures, Ac The best of titles can be given. An>
Information either In writing or In person can be
had by application to Dr. H. BA ER, No. 131 Meet
lng streer. Charleston. S. C._junio
HAVING REMOVED MY PLACE OF
business to SMITH STREET, near Went?
worth street, I am now ready to attend to all
orders for the Repairs of Furniture and Sewing
Machines. I have also some fine Sewing Machines
for sale Give me a eau.
uov2_J. L. LUNSFORD.
Hat removed to No. 399 King street, where he
begs a continuation of the favors of his custom
ere. He still keeps constaotiy on hand aa assort
ment or FRUIT, JELLIES, NUTS, ?c.
Fresh arrivals by every Steamer. octl3-lmo
Cost ano Somib.
LOST, ON THE 3D NOVEMBER, A
GOLD HUNTING WATCH WITB CHAIN OO
the Plank Road, A liberal reward will be given
ii left at this office. nov7-e
Qtotnitt. CiflooTa, Ut.
2000 sacks Liverpool SALT, for sale la lots to
salt purchasers. Apply to
nov4-6_ROBRRT MURE A CO.
J?URNHAM'S YEAST POWDER.
Having used TEAST POWDER in our families
for several years, we give a decided preference,
above all other, to that prepared by ED w. s.
BURNHAM, Druggist and Apothecary, No.- 421
King, near Calhoun street:
Rev. JOHN T. WIGHTMAN, D. D.
Rev. T. E. WANNAMAKEK.
P. K. COBURN, Intendant Town of Summer
vine. S. C.
G. L. HOLMES.
GEO. S PELZER, M?D.
W. B. SMITH, Master Machinist, S. C. R. R.
B. C. WEBB. .a?v4-0moB
gIDES, SHOULDERS, .Ac.
25 hrids. Western C. R. SIDES-Prime
15 hhds. Wt stern Shoulders-Pi lme
30 boxes D. S. Western C. R. Sides-Prime
15 boxes D. S. Western Shoulders-Prime.
In store and for sale by
nov9-'hs2 TIEDEMAN, CALDER ? CO.
Jp URE GYPSUM
Containing NINETY-NINE AND TWO-THIRDS
(90%) PUR CENT. Soluble Matter. Warranted roo
Irom all impurities. Prepared tn ibis iuy, and
for sale at the low price of FIFrShu DOLLARS
per ton, CAfcH. JOHN H. HOLMES,
pepi9 tnths_Charleston. 8. C.
TO RENT, SECOND FLOO?, No. 26
WALL STREET, with exclusive use of pi?
azza, kitcnen roama and cistern. Apply on prem?
TO RENT, TWO ROOMS ON SECOND
floor, with use of piazaa, to a small, quiet
family, at No. 110 Calhoun street, north aide, near
St. Fi llip sireet._novlQ-fmw4?
TO RENT, RESIDENCE IN MEETING
sneer, next io Pavilion Hotei; one large
House m western part of the city; also several
oilier desirable Resit! :Ece.?. Apply to Mrs. C. H.
BERNARD, No. 187 Meeting street._nov9
TO RENT, ?A FIRST FLOOR ROOM.
Apply to Mrs. RILEY, 77 Wentworth street,
TO BENTZ HOUSE AND STORE, No.
504 King street, and. store No. 529 King
street. Apply at No. 627 King street. nova
TO RENT, TWO LARGE FRONT ROOMS
fronting on King street, corner of Liberty
streer, possession given from the 1st of Novem?
ber. Also, four neat CL m lort able rooms over the
store fronting on Liberty street. Possesalon given
immediately. Apply on premises._octal
STORE TO RENT-STORE No. 203
EAST BAY, next door north of Cumberland
street, formerly occupied by Messrs. Wm. M.
Bird A Co.- Possession given Immediately.
Apply to JAMES MA UH, at Marsh's Shipyard.
Copartnerships ano dissolution*.
X CHARLESTON COUNTY.- Certificate of Lim?
ited Partnership between BOOKLEY T. BENTON,
of the City ot Brooklyn, State of New York,
CHARLES UNDERWOOD, of the Town and Coua
2of Tolland, State of Connecticut, add EVER:
BEDFORD, of the City of Charleston, bute
This certificate hereby witnesseth that the un?
dersigned have, by virtue of an act of the General
Assembly or the State aforesaid, entitled "An Act
to authorise the formation of Limited Partner?
ships," passed m the year of our Lord, one thou?
sand eight hundred and thirty-seven, and an?
other Act entitled "An Act to extend the dura?
tion of an "Act authorizing the formation of Lim?
ited Partnerships." passed lo the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-six.
and another Act extending the same until repeal?
ed, passed December 20th, 1808, formed a Limited
Fanner.-fa lp as fo.lowi :
First. The name or firm under which Such
partnership Bhall be conducted is EVERT E.
Second. The general nature of the business in?
tended to be transacted ls that or the Grocery Bu?
siness, both retail and wholesale, in the asid City
Third. BUCKLEY T. BENTON, of the City o?
Brooklyn, State of New York, and CHARLES UN?
DERWOOD, of the Town and county or Tolland,
State of connecticut,? are the Special Partners,
and EVERT E. BEDFORD, of the City of Charles?
ton, state aforesaid, ls the General Partner.
Fourth. BUCKLEY T. BENTON, a special Ban?
ner, boa contributed . teven thousand dollars
(27000,) and CHARLES UNDERWOOD, the other
special Partner, has contrlbpted also seven thou
Baud dollars ($7000) to the common stock of the
, Partnership. *
Filth. The said Partnership commences on the
first day of November, eighteen hundred and
seventy one, aud will terminate on the first . ay
of November, eighteen hundred and seventy-five.
Dated this vista day or October, A. D., 1871.
(Signed) B. T. BENTON. [L. s.)
CHARLES UNDERWOOD, [L. B.)
? EVE HT E. BEDFORD. [LB] '
(Signed) G. W. RoDXHicK,
THOMAS E. PEARSALL.
LAW FIRM -C. D. MELTON, W. A.
CLARK-MELTON * CLARK.-The Law
i- ii m of Carroll, Melton A Janney having been dis?
solved, I have associated with me m the PRAC?
TICE OF LAW W. A. CLARK, Esq. The bnslaeai
will hereafter be conducted in the firm name of
MELTON A CLARK. O. D. MELTON.
Columbia, October 2,1871._._oct4
I L B E R~S~ H^lTT^
No. 284 KING STREET.
The Proprietress takes pleasure ip announcing
her return to the city, and that arter a complet*
renovation of the ea ta bl Bailment, abe ls prepared
to accommodate patrons. Attentive and respect-.
fm servants a specialty.
00tl7-lmo MKS. B. EILBEKS.
OOLUMBU, H. C.,
WM. GORMAN, PBOFBIBTOR.
The Proprietor of this pleasantly located ann
elegantly furnished Establishment, at the Stau
cap tr M, desires to Inform the travelling public and
j meru seeking accommodations, thar, the "CO?
LUMBIA" ls m evert respect a first-class Hotel,
nc a arpase ed by any in the State or the United
states. Situated m the business eentre of tb<
city, with fine large airy rooms, and u table sop
pued with every delicacy of the season, both fxoir
New York and Charleston markets, the Proprie
tor pledges that no efforts will be spared to give
perfect satisfaction la every respect.
A first-class Livery Stable ls attached to thi
Motel, where vehicles of every description can bi
lad at the shortest notice.
Omnibuses attend the arrival and departure o
e-ery Train. WM. GORMAN,
Proprietor and Superintendent.
J. I). BUDDS.0^ hier. abri 3- wt m
A B MULLIGAN,
COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION
aep27-DSC CHARLESTON, S. C._
Th B. CARPENTER,
1 ' ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NO. 72 BROAD S T E B E T ,
Charleston, S. C.,
wm Practice in the sute and Federal Courts
IT T E BROTHERS,
NO. 6 ACCOMMODATION WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Will make liberal advances on consignments to
them or to their friends m New York and Liver?
pool, will also pay strict attention to the mung
of all orders for Plantation and Family Supplies.
GEO. W. WITTE.ARMIN F. WITTE.
LIVE AND LEARN, DYE AND
THE gOVTIIERM DTK H DUSK,
NO. 359 KINO STRUT,
Dyes and Cleans, by means of steam, Gentle?
men's, Ladies' and Children's Clothes. Pine
Laces and Laos Curtains cleaned and done
up with the Sort or Manufacturera' Finish; Lace
an (J crape Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and
nt- Goods received and returned by Express,
junaa-iyr *. BILLER, Proprietor.
totcttr?t*, %iqgort, gc.
50 kits Good Nonn Carolina BUTTER, al 2t
cents ter pound.
GEO. w. WILLIAMS A CO., Factors.
DQTlO-2 Corner Church and Hsyne sireets.
JP LOUE ! FLO?Bl'FLO?EI
2000 bbls. Extra, Superand Fine FLOUR.
Fur sale by HERMANN BULWINKLE.
nov8-3 . Kerr's Wharf.
gIDES, SHOULDERS, ' 4c.
25 hhds. Prime RIB SIDES
20 hhds. Prime C. R. Sides
? 15 hhds. Choice Shoulders
30 tierces Prime D. s. ciesr Sides
50 tiescea Pure Leaf Lard
loo bela. Heavy Western Mess Pork
10 boxes D. s. Bellies
40 kegs Pure Leaf Lard
25 tierces Choice S. 0. Hams
10 bhds. Porto Rico Sogar ?
3"' bbls. Demerara Sogar
loo tubs Cholc9 Butter.
Landing and In Store, and for sale by
JEFFORDS A GO.,
noT7-10D?c Nos. 17 and io Vendne Range.
Q OG NAC AND LA* ROCHELLE BRAN?
DT, IN U. S. BONDED STORES.
A TOBIAS' BONS, No. 110 EAST BAT,
OOer for sale from U. 8, Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT,
varions vintages, In
?Uh casks ,
Cases of one dosen b ?tr les each.
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale ADAMANTINS
CANDLES, all weights._ang8-smot
VINEGAR, PRUNES, WHITE WINE,
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White Wine, imported direct from
France _" atu/S-flmo
JgNGLISH POSTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of Messrs. Edward
A George Hlbbert, or London, offer for sale Llb .
bert's PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pints .
and quarts. v ang8-6mo ' 7j
J>RIME WHITE CORN.
MORDECAI A CO. offer for tale Prime White
CORN, lah ding._ angs-emo
QHOIOE DEMERARA SUGARS.
MORDECAI A co. offer for sale Invoice Choice
Demerara SUGARS._ augs-emo
gCGAR AND MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A CO. offer for sale Good to
Prime Cuba and Potto Rico SUGABS and Choice
MOLASSES. _ augS-cmo
gUGAR HOUSE SYrfUP.
.SUGAR HOUSE (Bee Hive) STRUT, in barrels
and hogsheads. For sale by
oct21 Kerr's Wharf.
Direct importation. For sale in lota to tait
purchasers. G. W. WILLIAMS A 00.
yyiLSON $1 TEA BROTHERS.
King street, 804; \King street, 808.
WILSON Canned Gooda BROTHERS
King street, soe. Klag street, 808.
WILSON Wines, Liquors. BROTHERS.
King street, 806. King street, 308.
BROTHERS Bloaters. : WILSON..
King street, 808. King street, 80?.
BROTHERS Mackerel. WILSON.
King street, soe. King street, 806. ^
BROTHERS Codfish. WILSON.
King street, 308. i King street, soe.
WILSON Bjerrtngs. BROTHERS?
King street, 80?. King atreet^joe.
WILSON Cheese. BROTHERS.
King street, 808. King st:eet, 308.
WILSON * Crackers. BROTHERS.
King street, 806. King street, so?.
BROTHERS Raisins. WILSON.
King street, 80?. King street, Sb?.
BROTHERS Almonds. WILSON.
King street, 308. King street, 8(0.
BROTHERS All'Varieties WILSON.
King street, soe.1 King street, 806>
BROTHERS lathe WILSON..
King street, 306. King street, m
WILSON Grocery Line. BBOTHERS.
King street, 80?. King street, 80?.
WILSON Batter. BROTHERS.
Jj t ? King street, 80? Klag street, soe.
WILSON Teat. BROTHERS..
King stree:, 306. * King street, 30?.
HAS LE STOK
COXKXB BROAD STOUT AND BAIT BAT.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at publishers' lOM?ft
cauh rates lor ALL PAPERS in the United BtaAsV
WALKRR. EVA2\S A COGSWELL.
?oot?, 5r)oe0, Ut.
Q.ET THE BEST!
Boy your BOOTS AND SHOES at
8 T E I B E B ' ,
NC 41 BROAD STREET.
He makes them to order, in any style desired,
using on ly the bett material and wortm_uup.
constantly ou hand, a large assortment of oas.
tom made BOOTS AND SHOES, of all sit ea.
Which dispenses with thoo strings and elastic,
MADE TO ORDER at this establishment.
Call and examine specimens. _^
maytt_Ba 41 Broad tatet.
... ?' Sit
Among the Contenta are :
TO "A NORTH SANTKE PLANTER." By F. W.
value or Education to the Farmer. _
Tue Probable Future of Cotton Col ture. By J. a.
Farmers Most Organize.
Preparation and Enrichment of Sou.
The Cnlneae Wisteria as a Tree. . _
A Word about Cotton Caterpillars. Illustrated.
! Price-Single nam ber.-->* ?BOJ?
For tale by
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL, ...
Publishers, Nc 3 Broad street. .;
ARD BT BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE. t