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TERMS OE THE SEWS.
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months $i; three montis $210. Served in tuc
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riers, or $9 a year, paid in advance at tac office.
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REMITTANCES should be made by Postomce
Money Order or by Express, ir this cannot bc
done, protection against losses by mall may bc
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able *.o the order of the proprietors or THB SEWS,
er by sending the money in a registered letter.
Address KI OKI)AK, DAWSON A CO.,
No. 149 East Bar. Charleston, S.O.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1871.
HEWS OE THE EAT.
-Gold closed yesterday at Ililli.
-In New y OTK, cotton closed active and
easier; uplands 18?c; sales 5045.bales.
-In Liverpool, cotton closed steady; up?
lands 9$d, Orleans 9|d; sales 15,000 bales.
-A "Panorama of the Chicago Fire" is al?
-Grant is being urged to play a little with
-Some of the most trusted lighthouse keep?
ers on the Atlantic coast are women.
-Mrs. Lydia Sherman, the alleged New
Haven "Borgia," ls very confident of acquittal,
though lt Is said few believe her innocent
Her trial has gone over unlil the last ot De?
-A Richmond woman voted last week. Her
ballot vras deposited with this endorsement :
"By the Constitution of the United States, ?,
Mrs. A. Whitehead Bodeker, have a right to
give my vote at tblB election, and in vindica?
tion ol lt drop this vote in the ballot-box/'
-The proposition or all the Democratic and
80meofthe Republican members ol the Ku
Rlux committee to recommend Congress to
provide general amnesty ls not certain to be
adopted by the lull committee. So far as the
President's views are known, he is said to be
opposed to general amnesty now, and will not
recommend it In the annual message.
-A New York correspondent writes under
date of the 10th Instant: "About the 20th of
this month there will be a c inference in New
York ot as many leading Democratic politicians
as can be got together from different sections
of the country, to compare notes and take
counsel together with reference to the present
position end future course of their party, with
particular reference to concert of action in
the coming Presidential election,"
-Dr. H. H. Tucker writes a letter from
Paris to Hon. David W. Lewis, secretary ot
the Georgia State Agricultural Society, under
date of Ociober 16, in which he says: "I have
Just had a conversation with M. Edmund
Farrerre, editor of the official Journal of the
French Government, in which he assures me
that if proper steps were taken a large tide of
French immigration could be turned to the
State of Georgia The class of immigrants,
too, are the very kind we most need-cultiva?
tors of the soil-men who are accustomed to
work, and who expect to work."
-The new English expedition, which has
been in preparation for a considerable time,
has Just started for the Holy Land, lt has
been placed under the charge of Capttln R.
W. Stewart, R. E. Captain Stewart's main
work will be the completion or the survey or
Palestine. How much this is wanted is only
known, perhaps, to map-makers and profes?
sional jograpbers, but every one who has
really studied the Old Testament history can
tell of undiscovered sites and places whose
history seems to be lost altogether. To redis?
cover those will be one of the alms of the ex?
-A Washington paper, generally credited
with reflecting the views of the administration,
ls dissatisfied with the result of the Virginia
election, and in a disquisition thereon uses the
following language, in which the threat is
plainly enough Implied : "There have been
few acts of violence In Virginia on account ol
political opinion, but this is owing to the tact
that the Democrats have had the State, and no
such acts were necessary to enable them to
retain or perpetuate their power. The combi?
nation or conspiracy referred to by the Presi?
dent as existing in Sooth Carolina is doubtless
also in existence in Virginia, but it is, tor. the
-The New York Sun reports "on high au?
thority, that the Hon. E. 8. Stokes of that city
received the sam of eeventy thousand dollars
In greenbacks for the surrender lo the Hon.
Peter B. Bweeny of the celebrated correspon?
dence and memoranda relating to the affaire
ot Colonel James Fisk, Jr., Mrs. Josephine L
Mansfield and . ther speculators and politi?
cians. In this correspondence, Mr. D. P. In
graham, Jr., is 6aid to have taken a deep in?
terest. Mr. Sweeny and Mr. Tweed were
also mentioned In IL" The Sun thinks that
"Stokes sold it cheap, considering that Judge
Iograham1 had ordered it suppressed; but he
ls a benevolent man."
-A spark arrester for locomotives has re?
cently been Invented In Massachusetts, and
consists ot a curved smoke stack, resembling
a cornucopia, with the mouth directly back?
ward. Near the enlargement of the upper
curve a wire screen ls placed at an angle of
forty-five degrees, and another screen Is
placed over the mouth. Just below tbe first
screen a perforated steam pipe 13 run horizon?
tally through the smoke stack, and ls ve ?
neered with the boiler. As the sparks Irom
the fire box pass through the stack they are
moistened by a fine spray ol steam Issuing
Irom the perforations, and drop to the ground
through a tube inserted in the cornucopia be?
tween the two screens.
-Five weeks have elapsed since the great
fire, and the citizens of Cnicago are now able
to look around the ruius In a business-like
manner, and make a rational estimate of the
- situation. The Tribune declares that they
"have got far enough ahead In the work of re?
building the city to.need no forbearance in a
commercial point of view" at the hands of
their rivals. They have not much to offer In
the way of show. Their architectural exhibi?
tion is decidedly poor, and their clothes are
shabby, but the same spirit remains that made
the former Chicago what it was. They have
an unimpaired credit in all the markets of
the world, and enlarged and improved exper.
lenee In the way of ouilding cities. The rail?
ways are as numerous as before the fire, and
their trains are as heavily laden. The harbor
le as full of shipping as ever. The merchants
are re-established, in leas commodious homes
indeed, but in such quarters that they will be
prepared for the exigencies of the coming sea?
son. Money is at hand for paying the interest
on the eity debt and rebuilding the burned
bridges and public offices. And more than all,
the Inhabitants preserve unimpaired their
characteristic energy and self-reliance, and,
as I he Tribune says, are folly prepared to start
an'iw, "a trifle cr ppled. a little hurt, eome
what untidy in outward seeming, but with
still unconquered soulf .'?
-Says the London Times of the 26th ult.;
"Ib?re is no longer any doubt respectin
horrors ol the famine In Persia. A popul
of lour millions, scattered over an arid
try about as large as Great Britain and P
together, is being swept away by thou:
and tens of thousands. It appears that a
number ol the Inhabitants of Persia beloi
wandering tribes whose sustenance is pro
by their Hocks and herds, and who are t
fore entirely dependent on pasturages. 5
years of drought have almost totally des
ed the grass on the mountain sides and i
valleys, and the people and their cattle
been perishing together. The suffering
have been less severe in the cultivated
tricts, but even there it has been terrible
the accounts from the cities alone are si
ently appalling. At Is. ahan, the capital, 1
people have died ot want, and more
double that number in the provinces. O
a population of 10,000 at Kazeroon, as u
as 4000 have starved to death, 4000 more
fled the place, and children have been t
pied to death under foot in the scramble
relief. It*s impossible to look frr any nal
recovery until nest spring, and the cou
possesses none of the ordinary means of ti
port and supply."
The Proof of tile Padding !
I Everybody, nowadays, hears more or
of the virtues of advertising. The cole
fortunes that have been built up as it v
in a day, in the pushing cities of the No
attest the magical influence which ma;
.wielded over individual interest through
columns of the newspaper press; and
Stewarts, the Ayers and the Helmboldi
the day have won a fame rivalling fha
their own prints, pills and potions, as c
spicuoas exemplars of the success which
variably rewards the bold, judicious i
persistent use of printers' ink. In fact
had come to be ?b. accepted business ma:
among the shrewdest mercantile men t
advertising bears much the same relatior
trade that the fertilizer does to agriculti
Both are stimulating agencies, the pro
use of which demands a wise liberality ?
a sound discretion; and the returns wh
both are equally sure to yield are BO rich i
remunerative that neither planter nor rx
chant can aflord to disregard them.
In the matter of advertising we need i
go outside of our own community to lind
stances in which the fruits of that powei
auxiliary have made themselves uamistai
bly manifest, and that, too, within a vi
recent period. The most prominent ct
that occurs to as, just now, is that of WILS
BROTHERS, whom everybody in South Ca
lina by Ibis time knows OB the fame
Charleston grocers r.nd Dollar Tea m<
Leas than twelve months ago they were s
the occupants of a modest corner, in t
quiet and retired neighborhood where tb
began business. There was nothing apr
rently, at the outset, to give them any a
vantage over a hundred other corner stor
of like bimble pretensions. But they hi
energy, they understood their business, ai
they-advertised. Not by fits and start
not in the more active weeks of the bu
Beacon only, but steadily and persevering!
in dull times as in brisk times, winter at
summer, they kept their names and the
specialty always before the public. At fir
their advertising was limited to two line m
tices, but finding these so clearly prorJtabl
they gradually increased the space of the
announcements, until now they hold tl
pooiUon of tba moat liberal and constant <
all the Charleston advertisers. And the
prosperity has steadily kept paco with tl
progress of their investments in printer
ink. None of our city readers need be toi
that their large and handsome establ?shmer.
on King street is second to no other in tb
city, abd that their thrift and enterprise ar
rapidly earniDg the legitimate business r?
Following close in the path which has le
to the success of the Wilsons, is Mr. JOB
W. LINLEY. Persistent advertising drei
each throngs of customers to bis up-tow
store that he bas been emboldened to open
io addition, the spacious bazaar which i
oow so noticeable a feature of the lowe
part of King street.
Io the dry goods line, the most perse
veriog of city advertisers, of late years, hav
been Messrs. FUBCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co
The cons?quence bas been that their up
town store being too small to accommod?t*
the rash of business, they were compelled
aa it were, ta open another lower down, am
both branches continue to enjoy a flourish
ing and constantly increasing custom.
We might multiply similar instances o
success which has been won right here ii
our own community by plucky and con
tinued advertising. And it is to be not?e
that these firms, and others like them, havi
shrewdly avoided wasting their resources ii
availing themselves ol inferior advertising
mediums. Having chosen a journal whicl
goes to every family breakfast table, as wei
as to every counting-room in the city, anc
which enjoys, besides, an unrivalled country
circulation, they have found their account
in keeping their announcements in its cot
umos, omitting not a single issue all 'ht
year round. And there is not one of them,
we venture to say, that will hesitate tc
avow that a pleasant experience bas taught
thom the pre-eminent value of the CHARLES
! TON NEWS as such a journal It is with
I pleasure and pride that we can declare that
while hardly a week passes that we do not
hear gratifying reports of the effects of ad?
vertising in this paper, we have yet to meet
Hie first business man who, having adver?
tised freely in these column?, does not con?
sider the money so spent to have been a
,^jg^^T"ne Tmx Question.
The"fJorumbia Union does not like the ad?
vice which TUE CHARLESTON NEWS gives to
the honest people or the State, viz: to with?
hold the payment of taxes, wilh the object
of obtaining u confessedly true statemeut of
the public debt, and of securing satisfactory
guaraDtee8 against future extravagance and
fraud. It says :
"THE CHARLESTON* NEWS, in its Issue of Sat?
urday, sounded the key-note of practical repu?
diation. Under the caption of 'A Plan of
?Campaign,' it advises the people to pay no
tax?e. In other words, to refuse to meet the de?
mands made upon them for Hie purjyose of pay?
ing the LEGITIMATE debt of the State. Foiled
in their attempts to destroy the credit of the
State Government lu the financial centres of
the country, the conspirators now resort to
their last card, and openly advise the people to
put themselves in antagonise lo the State Gov?
ernment by refusing to pay their taxes. The
animus of the Bourbons in this Stale ls mani
I fest by this article or TBK NI WS ; but we tell
' hem at the very outset, that their's ls a game
that the thinking, law-abiding citizens ol
State will never sanction. The taxes will
paid at the proper time, or the land will bei
to pay the fortelt The Legislature owes ii
itself to see to lt that one of the very first i
of the session shall be a tax law, such as
put the purchaser In possession of the prop?
sold at a tax sale, within sixty days after
sale, and everything shall be considered
regular, up to the time ot making the li
When that ls done, there will be no trouble
obtaining as many purchasers as are necess
to take up all lands sold at tax sale.
We have italicized the passages in t
extract to which we particularly desire
The first mis-Btatement of the Union is
saying that THE NEWS urges the people
"refuse to meet the demands made uf
"them for the purpose of paying Vie leg
"mate debt of the State." This is the ex;
reverse of the counsel we have given, wb
is to postpone the payment of taxes, at
practical way of avoiding the payment
the fraudulent and illegitimate claims wbi
the Scott administration would have 1
people accept as a moral and legal liabili
We advise, the people to pay no taxes ii
the bands of the Scott officials to be used
cancelling fraudulent bonds, or in pay i
exorbitant commissions to the Financ
Agent, or in liquidating the losses of t
several members of the Ring. We gil
moreover, the advice that the taxpaye
whenever they have the power, recogni
and pay no bond which is not proved to
legally issued and used, and we couple tl
with the expression of our confidence th
the taxpayers, with equal unanimity, w
recognize and pay every dollar of debt whii
is proved to be legally contracted. We <
pot advocate total repudiation, The orig
natoro and supporters of that movement a
Senators Nash and Wimbush and other cc
ored Radicals in the General Assembly.
To speak of THE NEWS and the peop
wno sustain its policy as conspirators, wi
openly advise the people to put themselv
in antagonism to Vie State Government, is
stale device. It ls a ??ign of "rebellioi
"spirit," no doubt, to refuse to hand ov
the public puree to the official bighwaymei
It is a fell conspiracy, of course, to expoi
fraud and Bend thieves to the penitential
The people do recognize the State Goven
ment, and they yield an implicit obedient
to the laws. They seek redress by peacefi
means, and by taking advantage of tb
remedies which the lawB give them. Th
law gives the taxpayers until January lt
1872, to pay the taxes now falling due, an
WE CROE THE TAXPAYERS NOT TO PAY TH El
TAXES BEFORE THE LAST DAY WHICH TH
LAW GIVES THEM. And lt may become nc
cess a ry for the people to obtain a forth ?
delay, and incur the penalty for non-paj
ment. They may be forced to risk the sa!
of their property under a tax execution
But in no case will, or can, the peaceful ext
cation of the laws be obstructed. As th<
New fork reformers are conspirators, 8
are we conspirators. As the officers c
police bnnt down crimin?is, BO will we hun
down the Ring. And it mattera little wbai
Is the opinion entertained of us by th?
"Tweeds" and convicted rogues of the Caro
lina Ring. For three years and more th?
people have complied with every demane
made upon them. Although without repre
sentatloo, they have borne the borden o!
taxation. Although the victims of ill-con?
sidered .legislation, they have obeyed thc
laws and the Constitution. And their re?
ward is, more debt and more taxation. It ic
time to change front. Paying promptly, at
the call of the tax-collector, has only in?
vited farther extravagance. We shall now
see what delay will do.
The truth ls, the Ring are sorely alarmed.
They counted on the incoming taxes to
meet the more pressing claims, to silence
the Legislature, and to cover np their mal?
versation. No money can be had except bj
the collection of taxes. And a general
postponement of payment, all over thc
State, until the extreme limit of the time
which the law allows, will break up the
Ring, and, we believe, induce the Legisla?
ture to adopt such jost and necessary
protective measures as are needed for se?
curing the people against present rascality
and impending ruin.
Work for the Union.
As the Columbia Union, according to its
own declarations, is eager to bring derelict
officials to the bar of justice, we give it an
excellent opportunity of making a beginning
in that direction.
-We charge that the State officials, with?
out authority of law, and in violation of a
stringent provision of the State Constitution,
have paid the bonds of tho State, amounting
to $250,000, falling due on July 1,1871.
What has the Union to say about it?
IN.-Indigestion is cot dangerous, say the facul?
ty. Perhaps not m itself, while lt remains mere
indigestion; but look at the consequences to
which it may leal, and often does leud when lt
becomes a chronic disease. A spark or fire ls a
small thing. A pressure ot the foot will put lt
out ; a breath wm extingu?s ti lt. Yet lt may are a
powder mill, or kindle a flame ?bat will consume
a city. -In ?Ike manner indigestion may prouu?e
gastritis, cancer of the stomal, congestion of
the bowel1, apoplexy, liver disease, and many
other dangerous maladies. Is it not wise, then,
to check lt m the germ ? Nothing ls more clearly
and Indisputably established than that HOSTET
TER'S STOMACH BITTERS wi:l eradicate dys?
pepsia In all Us stages. The true policy, however
ls to extinguish lt in the first t ta gea with this
wholesome, powerful and Infallible tonic and al?
terative. lt is easier to quench a spark than a
flame, and lt ls easier to cure dyspepsia when lt
?B first developed than when it has made headway
by neglect, and become complicated with other
ailments. Tueie ls not the Bbadow cf a doubt
that the Bitters are as directly antagonistic to
dyspepsia as water ls lo Are. The e are thousands
or cases on record proving this fact. The remedy
ia safe an-' agreeable. All the l.quors of com?
merce prescribed as stimulants, leave a sting be?
hind. But the sting is tiken out of the spirituous
basis or this great remedy by vegetable medica?
tion, and, moreover, the stimulant thus medi?
cated ls of exceptional purity. Of all tonics taken
as safiguards or remedies for fever and ague,
bilious remittents, and other fall epidemics, lt is
the only one that can uniformly be depended
jgONDS, COUPONS, ^cT~
GOVERNMENT, STATE, CITY AND RAILROAD
BONDS AND COUPONS
Uncurrea- Bink Notes
Gold and Silver
Dealt regularly in by A. C. KAUFMAN,
juiyll-tuths Ko. 25 Broad street.
CADEMY OF MUSIC
Manageress.ALICE DUSKING (LINGARD.)
Director.WM. HORACE LINGARD.
FOR FOUR EVENINGS ONLY,
MONDA I', TVESDA Y, WEDNESDA T and THURS?
DAY, November -?o, ll, S3, 23.
First appearance of the highly popular Comedl
dlan, Mimic and Vocalist, and great o:lein&l
"Captain Jluka." Mr. WILLIAM HORACE LIN
ItAKD, MUS ALICE DUNNING (LINGARD,) and
i heir superb Comedy and Opera Company, Ina
series of MAGNIFICENT. ENTERTAINMENTS in?
cidental to the performance.
Mr. Lmgard's world famed Sketches, including
a portraiture of the late ROBERT E. LEE, receiv?
ed at the St. Charles > heat re. New Orleans, and
throughout the South with the wild st demon?
strations of delight.
Full particulars m future advertlsementa, cir
Prices as' nsnal. Reserved Seats on sale at Box
Office Fm DA Y MORNING.
novi5 3 E. E. KIDDER, Business Manager.
<E one a no na I.
jy-R. THOMAS P. O'NEALE,
TEACHER OF THE PIASO-FORTE, ORGAN AND
Pnplls learning the Plano will also be Instructed
In Vocal Music without extra charge.
Apply at the Mus e Stores, or at his residence,
No 40 Radcliffe 8ticet._novlO-thstut*
MISS MUKDEN AND SISTER HAVE
resumed the exercises of their SCHOOL,
at, No. 19 Legare street. _novl6-wfm3?
.jyj^RS. P. J. BARBOT,
TEACHER OF PIANO AND ORGA:?.
Pupils taught at their own residences, or at her
residence, corner of Smith and Montagne streets
OF TH S
'.VALLE CRUCIS," NEAR COLUMBIA, S. C.,
FOR THK ?OVATION OP TO ONO LADIES, UNDER THE
IMMERATH SUPERVISION 0P THB RBLIQUUSKS
OF THE CRSCXINI CONV?NT.
The situation of the Convent la all that can be
desired (or health and beauty. The buildings are
on elevated grot : d, about two miles from the
Capitol, and In the midst of an oak grove of
twenty acres. It ls within half an hour's drive
lrom tue depot, where omnibuses and baggage
wagons await the arrival of passengers.
TERMS-For board, walbing, fuel, lights and
to lt ion in English, $300, payable $ioo In advance,
ur f 30 per month, payable lu advance.
Muslo, French, Latin, Drawing and painting
form extra charges.
S3-For further information, appilcatlon may
be made to the MOTHER *?UPERIOK, to Rt, Rev.
Bishop LYNCH, or to the Reverend Clergy.
.lit g ul Not icc a
pm* NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAV?
ING demanda against the Ei tate of the late Mr.
CHARLES H. XONIG, otherwise called KING, of
Charleston, dect ased, will present attested state?
ments of the same to Messrs. SIMONS A SIMONS,
Attorneys at Law, No. 77 Broad street, char.es
ton, S. C., and all persons Indebted thereto will
make payment to them or the undersigned.
W. A. MERTENS,
WANTED, A GOOD OYSTERMAN,
who knows his business. A. HAMMER
SCHMIDT, No. 107 East Bay._BOVlS-l*
AGOOD BARBER WANTED. CALL ON
A. WITT, Pavilion Hotel Barber Shop.
GENTLEMEN WHO WANT COATS
and Panta cleaned from grease and mould
should go to OTTO SONNTAG, Wentworth atreet,
near Artesian Well._novl4-l?
WANTED, A GOOD COOK. NONE
seed apply nnlesa well recommended.
Inquire at the Northeast corner of Laurens and
WANTED, A GOOD MALE COOK AND
a CHAMBERMAID, white or colored.
Best of reference required. Apply at No. 8 Lib?
WANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKETi
lu the Land and Immigration Association
<>r Messra BCTIiERjOHADWlOK, GARY A CO
Tickets now ready. Will be glad to see my friendf
ot the office of Mr. EDWARD M. MORELAND,
No. 29 Broad street. EBEN COFFIN, sub-Agent,
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A COMPE
TENT HOUSE BOY for a small family.
Apply at thu office._novia
IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF A SEWING
MACHINE, see first the HOME SHUTTLE, the
cheapest and best, at BISSELL, No. 61 Basel
street, opposite Expresa Office. Price $25 to $37.
WANTED, BY A STEADY, INTELLI?
GENT and perfectly trustworthy colored
mau, of mature years, a place as porter in a bu-i
uess house. Satisfactory references given. Ad
dress "PORTER," office of THE NBWS. octa
WANTED, TO PURCHASE ALL KINDS
ot 8toond-hand FURNITURE, CARPETS,
Ac, by the piece or quanity, lor which blgsest
market price will be paid. Addreaa P. O. Box
db07K A MONTH, EXPENSES PAID,
O'J f *J Male or Female Agents.-Hor>e and
outfit luruished to sell our UNIVERSAL CEMENT,
Combination Tunnel, Button Hole cutter and
other article*. Circulars J ree. Address Novelty
company, Saco, Me._nov!4-78
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 26 cents. Address GEORGE DAVIS, No.
689 Broadway, N'eWYork. OCI30-3moa
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, A
native of Florida, a situation as salesman
or clerk m a house in Charleston. He ia weil and
favorably known thronghoat East Florida, and
'.an tun. is ti satisfactory testimonials as to char
.icter and q n?utica ti OD a. Addreaa J. S. J., NEWS
WANTED, BY A THOROUGHLY COM?
PETENT, steady and trustworthy colored
man, a situation, eltner as coachman, groom or
porter. Has had experience and can furnish the
vt ry best recommendations. A note addressed tn
"Coachman" at thc office of THE KIWS, will
secure prompt attention._july28
WANTED, BY A THOROUGHLY COM
PETfcNT and Eteady young man (a
Cbarleatonlan, and single) a situation In any ca
pacliy. Would preter office work lu a Commis?
sion House, or general out-door clerk, and would
not object to leave the city. Best or references
furnished. Address Accountant, Key Box No. 60,
Charleston Postofflce._ nov8
WANTED, A PRACTICAL PRINTER
and Compositor: to take charge of a
C untry Newspaper, published weekly. One well
recommended can obtain a situation, or an inter?
est in the paper, by addressing Horry News,
Conwayboro, s.e. None need apply unless they
come fully recommended, for competency snd of
good moral character. nov4
COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION
Sep27-DSO CHARLESTON, S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NO. 72 BROAD STH2ET,
Charleston, s. c.,
will Practice in the State and Federal Oonrta
WE LIVE AND LEARN, DYE AND
TUB SOUTHERN DTK HOI SK,
KO. 359 KING BTREST,
Dyes and Cleans, by means of steam, Gentle?
men's, Ladies' and Children's Clothes. Fine
Laces and Lace Curtains cleaned and done
up with the soft or Manufacturers' Finish; Lace
ant) Crape Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and
mw Gooda received and returned by Express.
Jun22-lyr I* BILLER, Proprietor.
ATTENTION I PIONEER STEAM FIRE
ENGIsE COMPANY OF AX HEN.-Yon are
hereby summoned to appear at your Hnglne
hoose, ? BI DA Y MORNING, the 17th Instant, at e
o'clock precisely, in fullnnirorm, for Escort Pa?
rade. Honorary and Contributing Members are
rc sped fully solicited to pan Icipato By order.
novl6-l*_J. W. McK EN KY, Secretary.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER
COMPANY, No. 1.-The Officers ard Members
of thia Company are hereby ord red to appear in
full uniform, at the Truck House, 1 HIDAY MORN?
ING, the 17th los:., at G o'clock, for Parade.
novie_J. H. LOEB, atcretary.
HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY, No.
2.-You are hereby summoned to arpear at
Truck HouseTO-MOKROW MOKM.NO, tue 17tn inst,
at 7 o'clock, In full uniform.
By order or Foreman.
novia_JOHN BURKE, Secretary.
HOPE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COMPA?
NY.-Assemble at your Engine House, TO?
MORROW MORNING, ar. 6 o'clock^in foll unliorm.
for escort parade. W. H. SMiTH,
novl6-l_President H. ?8. F. E. Co.
pi KB MAN STEAM FIRE COMPANY -
OT Yon are hereby summoned to appear at the
Engine House in loll uniform, (black panis and
caps.) on To MORROW MORNING, the ntn inst., at
6 o'clock, precisely, for escort farade.
novie_GERHARD KIECKK, President.
37 TN A STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
JTJ PANY.-You are hereby summoned to
appear at the Engine Hotue, To MORROW MORN?
ING, friday, at 6 o'clock, A. M., In fall uniform,
for escort Parade. By order Pr?sidant EDWARD
WI LUS. . JOHN McLEISH,
YOUNG AMERICA STEAM FIRE EN?
GINE COMPANY.-You are ordered to ap?
pear at your Engine House, TO-MORROW (Friday)
MORNING, the l7tb instant, at 6 o'clock A. M., in
full uniform, lor Escort Parade,
By order. P. J. KENNEDY,
novl6-l_Secretary pro tem.
EAGLE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Assemble at your Engine House,
TO MORROW MORNING. November 17, at hair psst
6 o'clock, in rull uniform, (white pants,) tojolu in
the reception or the Washington Fire Company
pr Wilmington, Delaware.
By onie? 'A YT.^: ITCTNTOSA.
ARTHUR M. COHEN,
novlC_Secretary E. S. F. E. Co.
WASHINGTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY.-You ate hereby summoned
to appear at your Engine House (In fall un form)
on To MORROW MORNING, 17th inst., at o o'clock,
precisely, for escort Parade.
Honorary and Contributing Members are re?
spectfully invited to participate.
By order of President JAMES M. CARSON.
M. FITZ GIBBON,
ncvie_Secretary W. a. F. E. Co.
ATTENTION ! PALMETTO STEAM
PIRE ENGINE COMPANY.-Assemble at
your Engine House TOMORROW MORNING, 17tb
instant, at 6 o'clock precisely, in full uniform,
black pants, to participate in the reception of the
Washington Fire Engine Company, or wilming?
ton, Delaware. All hononary and contributing
members are respectfully Invited to parade.
By order of the President. E. A. KOYE,
mvia_Secretary P. S. F. E. co.
UNION KILWINNING LODGE, No. 4,
A. F. M.-The Regalar Monthly Communi?
cation or this Lodgfl will be holden at Holmes's
Hall, IBIS EVBMNG, lflth instant, at half-past 7
By order W. M. WM. GEO. G LUBES,
novie_Si cretary pro tem.
WASHINGTON RIFLE CLUB. - AN
Extra Meeting of yonr Clnb will be held
THIS EVSNISG, at "Rifle Club's Hall," at half-put
7 o'olock, Immediately after adjournment there
will be a meeting or the Washington Artillery
Frier.dly Society. Members are requested to be |
punctual In attendance. By order.
novie_Secretary and Trea^nrer.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF TEE
Stockh'lde.'S or the Blue Ridge Railroad
Company m South Carolina will be held THIS
DAT, the 16th of November, 1871, at their
office, In Colombia, at -2 o'clock M.
By order of the President.
W. H. D. GAILLARD, Secretary.
Colombia, October 18._novia
FOB SALE, A No. 1 MILCH COW,
with a young Calf two days old. Call at
No. 28 Lin? street, between King and St. Phillp.
FOB SALE, A FINE MILCH COW.
Will be sold low if applied for at once, the
owner having no use ror the same. Apply at No.
?9 Bcanfaln street._novie-l*
FOR PALE CHEAP, A FINE LOT OF
Florida ORANGES, at 10 cents per dozen,
lo cents per dozen, 20 cent? per dozen, 26 cents
l.er dozen, at A. BROOKBANKS, Meeting street,
above Queen. novl6-l*
FOR SALE, A HANDSOME SADDLE
and Draft Bay MABE, about six jears old ;
warranted sound and perfectly geotle. Apply to
ROBERT S. PBI-NGLE, No. 5.' Broad street.
JUST ARRIVED AND FOR SALE LOW, i
a prime lot ol medium sizsd MULES. Also
burne good Draft and tadd le Horses. Call soon
and get a bargain at CHRISTOPHER A ALEX?
ANDER'S Staoi?*s, No. ?oe Kiog street.
FOR SALE OR BENT, THAT
eligibly situated House, No. 27 Rutledge
Avenue, on the Une or "the City Railway"-the
form tr residence of Major R. O. Gilchrist. The
House has every convenience for a family,
together with a large lot, containing several
choice Frnit Trees and a handsome Flower Gar*
den. Hot House and Fountain. For particulars,
lc quire of CHARLES P. FRAZER, Real Estate
Agent, No. 98 Broad street._novlfl Ihatn3
FOB SALE, A FINE PAIR BBAHMA
and-Whlte Shanghai FOWLS. Apply toT.
L. BACOT, No. 84 smith street. novl0-ftu4
FOB SALE, THAT SMALL FRAME
HOUSE, No. 86 King street, a good stand
for a Dry Goods store. Apply on the premises.
HORSES AND MULES.-JUST AR-1
RIVED from Tennessee, and for Bale at
Milis House Stables, IS head One Mules, and 24
head No. l Saddle and Draft Horses. B. GRAHAM
A CO. _novl6-2
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. -
MILITARY COATS, PANTS, BLOUSES and
OVERCOATS can be found at J. APPLE'S, No. 404
King street, corner Burns' Lane._novl3-6?
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS in large or small quantities.
Price 60 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
otik-e or THE NE wa._may ls
FOR SAL1*, THE SLOOP AMELIA.
She can be seen at present at the Wando
Fertilizer Wharf, foot Hasel street. All Informa?
tion can be had by app ylng to E. H. bCUlRMEH,
corner Market ana State streets. octao-m5*
ABARGAIN !-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Ruggles Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, will be sold low for cash, ls nearly
Lew, cuts 28 inches, and has an extra knife. No
charge for package. Price $40. Apply at TBS
NKWB Job Office. mniW
JP O R SALE,
?ooo bushels new Prime SEA ISLAND COTTON
SEED, ati*c. ft rb.
GINNING SEA ISLAND COTTON.
We have two Engines and eight McCarthy Gins
running, thereby being able to gm. pack and
mote tlghiy or ninety bags per week, and guar?
antee to put up the same lu No. 1 good order, and
deliver the same to any factor In Charleston at
EIVK CENT? PER POUND, furnishing the best
We will receive Colton at our wharf. No. 17
Sooth Bay, and at our landing, James leland,
without any further charges.
GEO. FRED. HABENICUT.
novll ERNST A. HAbENlOHT.
OTEL FOR SALE.
Having purchased the CAT?OS A SPRINGS,
and intending to devote my entire attention lo
improving and making them one of the mon de?
sirable Summer Resorts In the country, I offer for
sale the Leise and Furniture of the weU known
GLOBE HOTEL, of Augusta, Ga. This Hotel, fa?
vorably known to all travellers, enjojs as large,
If not a larger, share or patronage than any
other hotel between Baltimore and New Orleans,
and will prove a paying Investment.
W. C. HEWITT.
For terms, Ac. address the above, care Key
Box No 66, Augusta, Ga. novil-stuthe
BOARDING.-PRIVATE BO ABD CAN
be obtained on reasonable terms on appli?
cation at No. lie Queen street, north Bide, three
doors wett of Franklin street. novll-smws4
BOARDING.-A FEW GENTLEMEN
can be accommodated with good board
and pleasant rooms, on moderate terms, by ap?
plying at No. 12 Wentworth street. DAY BOARD?
ING also furnished. may ic ,
?roreri?s, Ciqnors, Ut.
rp H E SINGULARITIES
THE GREAT CHEAP MAN,
(Great In point or cheapness only,) while they
provoke the envy and alara or the petty dealers,
excites the admiration and wonder or all buyers,
and ls fast achieving for his Stores a reputation
that the boasts or slurs of others could never en?
sure tor themselves.
Just received at NOB. too and 338 KING STREET:
60 fir kin a and tubs GOOD BUTTER, at 26 cents
5000 lbs. Best FAMHLY SOAP, at lesa tnan 8 cents
2000 lbs. DCRYEA'S SUPERIOR STARCH, at 10
cents per lb.
3000 lbs. Strictly Choice SUGAR CURED HAMS,
STRIPS AND SHOULDERS.
26 half chests GUNPOWDER,, OOLONG, OLD
HYSON, YOUNG HYSON, ENGLISH BREAK?
FAST and UNCOLORED JAPAN TEAS, from
20 cents to 60 cents cheaper per lc. than
TO ARRIVE :
25 firkins Strictly Choice ORANGE COUNTY BUT
TER, three pounds for $1.
Wanted everybody to know that
THE GREAT BUTTER DEPOTS
Are :c&v,; only at
LINLEY S CHEAP STORES,
Nos. iso AND 388 KINO STREBT.
Cost ano foun?.
LOST, A GREEN BATTE AU. ABOUT 19
feet long. A suitable reward will be given
on delivery. Apply at thia < mee. novi6-2*
LOST OR STOLEV, ON WEDNESDAY
evening, a Colt's Navy Revolver. A liberal j
reward will be paid for 6ame il left at thia office,
TO RENT, TWO GOOD-SIZED ROOMS,
with large Piazza. Apply at Ne. 82 St.
HUMp street, below calhoun._novl6-l*
PLEASANT BOOMS TO RENT IN A
choice neighborhood at No. ll Doughty
street. Apply on the premises._novlS
TO RENT, HOUSE AND STORE, No. 67
MARKET STREET. App ly next door.
TO RENT, A FIRST FLOOR ROOM.
Apply to Mrs. RILEY, 77 Wentworth street,
TO RENT, A PART OF A HOUSE, COR?
NER Morris street and Rutledge avenue
three or four rooms and kitchen. Rent reasona?
ble. Apply aa above. _novlj-rnUus1?
TO RENT, RESIDENCE IN MEETING I
street, next to Pavilion Hotel; one large
House m western part ol the city; also several j
other desirable Reald.-nces. Apply to Mrs. c. li.
BERNARD, No. 187 Meeting street._nov>
TO RENT, TWO LARGE FRONT BOOMS
fronting on King street, corner of Liberty
atreer, possession given from the 1st of Novem?
ber. Also, four neat comfortable rooms over the |
store fronting on Liberty street. Possession given
Immediately. Apply on premises._oci8l
TO BENT, A COMFORTABLE DWEL?
LING, No. 218 Coming street, containing
f ur square rooms and gas through- ut. good
cistern and well of wa er. Apply to WU. H.
DAWSON Real Estate Agent, No. e& Broad street.
TO RENT, THE UPPER PART OF THAT
newly finished Building, No. 211 King street,
over Messrs. C. D. AUKENS A co.'S Grocery.
Suitable as a Residence or a place of Business.
Finished in-the very beat style, with gas and
water works, bath room, Ac. Inquire on the pro?
mises. * nevil
business to SMITH STREET, near Went
wonh street, I am tow ready to attend to all
orders for the Repairs of Furniture and Sewing
Machines. I have alto some fine sewing Machines
for sale. Give me a calL
D0V2_J. L. LTJNSFORD.
(Gopartn erebus ano Dies o int iona.
rT\HB~STATE OFTSOUTH CAROLINA
J. CHARLESTON COUNTY.-Ce: tlflCAte Of Lim?
ited Partnership between BUCKLEY T. BENTON,
of the City ot Brooklyn, State of New York,
CHARLES UNDERWOOD. Of the Town and Coun?
ty o? Tolland, State of Connecticut, and EVER:
E. BEDFORD, or the City of Charleston, State
This certificate hereby wltneaseth that the un?
dersigned have, by virtue of an act of the General
Assembly or the State aforesaid, entitled "An Act
to authorize the formation or Limited Partner
ahlpa," passed In 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 elgnt huudred and forty ? BIS,
and another Act extending the ?ame until repeal?
ed, passed December 20th, 1860, formed a Limited
Pai tnereblp as folows :
First. The name or firm under which .such
partnership shall be conducted is EVERT E.
Second. The general nature of the business In?
tended to be transacted ls that of the Grocery Bu?
siness, both retail and wholesale, in the said City
Third. BUCKLEY T. BENTON, of the City of
Brooklyn, State or New York, aud CHARLES UN?
DERWOOD, or the Town and County or Tolland,
state ot Connecticut, are the sp< ctal Partners,
end EVERT E. BEDFORD, or the City of Charles?
ton, state aforesaid, ls the General Partner.
Fourth- BUCKLEY T. BENTON, a special Part?
ner, has contributed seven thousand dollars
($7000,) and CHARLES UNDERWOOD, the other
special Partner, has contributed also seven thou
saud d ollars ($7000) to the common stock ol the
Filth. The Bald Partnership commences on the
first day or November, eighteen hundred and
seventy one, and wm terminate on the first . ay
of November,, eighteen hundred and seventy-five.
Dated this 28th day of October, A. D., 1371.
(Signed) B. T. BENTON, [L. aj
CHARLES UNDERWOOD, [L. 8.]
EVE HT E. BEDFORD. [L, 8.]
(Signed) G. W. KODERICK.
THOMAS E. PE ABS AIL.
LAW FIRM -C. D. MELTON, W. A
CLARK-MELTON * CLARK.-The Law
Firm of Carroll, Melton A Janney having been dla
so,ved, I have associated with me m the PRAC?
TICA OK LAW W. A. CLARK, Esq. The business
win hereafter be conducted in the firm name of
MELTON A CLARK. C. D. MELTON.
Columbia. October 2,1871._ oct?
Strata op er?, jjgggggg? jj*
~~U RAL CAROLINIAN.
Among the contents are :
TO "A NORTH S ANT EE PLANTER," By F. W.
Value of Education to the Farmer.
The Probable Future or Cotton Culture. By J. ?.
Farmers Must Organize.
Preparation and Enrichment of Soil.
The Chinese Wlstorta as a Tree. HI
A Word about Cotton Caterpillars. Elustraiea.
Price-Single number.? ceo"
Per annum.?' "y
Fer sale hy
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
publiahera, Na 8 Broad street.
ABD BY BOOKSELLERS BVBRTWHERt .
(Srxocexii0, CixraoTB, &t.
WILSON'S GROCERY ls sow offering the moat
carefully selected stock of LIQUORS to be found
in thia city.
They have been selected especially for their
medicinal qualities, and tbelr purity endorsed by
the moat eminent physicians of Charleston.
Parties desiring a pure article can always rely
I on Liquors sold from this establishment and re*
A foll supply of low grades on hand.
WILSONS OROOERY, M
Ko. 306 King street.
?-Address Box No. 383.
NEW BUCKWHEAT ! NEW BUCK
. ; < WHEAT.
Bbl8. New Hulled BUCKWHEAT
Bbls. Self-Raisin g Buck wheat.
Por sale low at WILSON'S GROCERY,
to. SM Ktng street.
y All Goods delivered free._
ANNEfi PEACHES! CANNED
180 dozen 2 and 3 lb. CANNED PEACHES.
For sale low a t WILSON'S G ? O C ERV R
No. SOO King street.
M-Al] Goods dellverel free.
CANNED TOMATOES 1 CANNED TO?
7C0dozen21b. CANNED TOMATOES.
For sale low at WILSON'S G ROOEBY,
No. soe King street.
49-All Goods delivered free.
gYRUP I SYBUPI SYB?P I
GOLDEN SYRUP, 05 cents a gallon.
No. 306 King sir tut.
jyAU Gooda dehvered free._T
BARGAINS IN TEtS, COFFEES, GBO- .
OERIES AND PROVISIONS.
Warranted to snit thej*?ates and the pockets of
the million. WILSON'S GROCERY,
Na 800 King street.
J??A11 Gooda delivered free._.
NEW CODFISH, SMOKED. SALMON,
PICKLED SALMON, SPICED SALMON.
Extra No. 1 MACKEREL
Mess Mackerel .
New Herrings. M
For sale low at WILSON'S GROCERY, "
No. 800 Klag street,
ay All Goods dehvered free._
?\TEW~ SMOKED BEEF, PRES H SMOKED
ll TONGUES, NSW HAMS, (SMALL SIZE) PlO
Fulton Market BEEF
Faml y Pig Pork
smoked Pig Tongues
For sale low at WILSON'S GROCERY,
Bo. soo King street.
STAU Goods delivered free.
40? tom er the best quality RED ASH COAL,
grate and stove sixes
260 tons superior Blacksmiths' Coal.
Now landing and for sale low by
H. F. BAKER A CO., Coal Yard,
no vi 5-2 Cumberland street.
soo bales Prime EASTERN HAY. landing, ams
for sale by . H. BUL WIN ELLE A CO.
pOGNAO AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DT, IN U.S. BONDED STORES, t
. TOBIAS* SONS, No. HO EAST BAY.
Offer for sale from U. B. Bonded Warehouse, >
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDY,
various vintages, In '
Firth casts .
Cases or one doien bettles each,
A N D L E S
A TOBIAS' SONS Offer for sale ADAMANTINE
CANDLES, an weights. _aogS-omo
VINEGAR, PRUNES, WHITE W1NA
CLARET, AC . . ?w
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White Wine, imported direct, from:
JgNGLLSH PORTER AND ALE. .
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of Mesera. Edward
A George nib bert, of London, offer for sale Hw
ben's PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pints
and quarts._ augff-emo
pSIMB WHITE CORN.
MORDECAI A CO. offer tor sal? Prime White
PORN, landing. _ ang8-?mo
?1HOIOE DEMERABA SUGARS.
MORDECAI ACO. offer for sale Invoice Choice
gUGAR AND MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A 00. oller for sale Good to
Prime Cuba and Porto Rico SUGARS and Choice
gUGAR HOUSE SYBUP.
SUGAR HOUSE (Bee Hive) SYRUP, la barrels
and hogsheads. For sale by _
QOAL1 GOAL 1 COAL 1
200 tons best RED ASH PARLOR and 8TOVB
COAL, will be delivered at reduced price-$9 M.
THOMAS S. BUDD,
novl4-toth88_No. 15 Boyce's Wharf.
JJAY1 H A Y 1 HAY!
loco balee best Nova Scotia HAY, daily expect*
ed to arrive per "Qty of Halifax." For sale ex?
it) lp by HE NEY CARD.
gIDES, SHOULDEBS, Ac.
25 hhds. Prime RIB SIDES
20 hhds. Prime c. R. Sldts
16 hhds. Choice Shoulders
30 tierces Prime D. 8. Clear Sides
60 tierces Pure teal Lard
100 bbls. Heavy Western Mesa Pork
io boxes D. a. Bellies
40 kegs Pnre Leaf Lard
25 tierces Choice S. C. Hams
io hhds. Porto Bl? Sugar
30 bbls Demerara Sugar
loo tubs Choice Butter. m\
Landing and in Store, and for sale by ~
JEFFORDS ? CO.,
DovT-iODAO Nos. 17 and 19 Vendue Range?
?gURNHAM'S YEAST POWDER.
Having uBed YEAST POWDER In oar families?
for several j ears, we give a decided preference,
above aB other, to that prepared by EBW.S.
BURNHAM, Druggist and Apothecary, Wft, 42t,
King, near Calhoun street:.
Rev. JOHN T. WIGHTMAN, D. D.
Rev. T. E. WANN AMAKE rf.
P. K. COBURN, Intendant Town of Sommer?
ville, s. C.
G. L. HOLMES. ,
GEO. S PELZER, M. D.
W. B. SMITH, Master Machinist, S. C. R. B.
B. C. WEBB. nov*-flmeav
$oroware, Cntlcrrj, ?rc.
Q.UNS1 GUNS ! GUNS! ^
The subscriber has rececently received a Una
assortment of GUNS, consisting of :
BOYS'DOUBLE AND BINGLE BARREL, made
expressly to order In England.. ?
Good SPORTING GUNS of all sizes and prices.
Aflneass rtmet of ENGLISH DOUBLE BAR?
REL BREECH-LOADING GUNS,, at very low
pi ices, with a fine assortment or POWDER
FLASKS, Shot Pouches, Caps, Wada, Ac., AC.
C. GRAVBLEY, No. 42 Bast B?y,
nov7-totatc_Booth-of the Pottom ce. '
J^? : O T H E B 8 1
For your Children, tue none other than th?
GERMAN SOOTHING, CORDIAL. . ?f
lt contains no Anodyne. For. sale hy iBr
Manufacturar, DR. H. PAEBv
And also tobe tad at ali Drug sacres.