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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON A CO..
No. 149 East Bay. Charleston. S.e.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1871.
NEWS OE THE DAT.
-Gold at New York, yesterday, was weak
-The New York cotton market was easier;
uplands 18 jc; sales 2800 bales.
-At Liverpool cotton closed firm; uplands
Sid.; sales 12.000 bales.
-The New York Tribune nominates Oswald
Ottendorier, the German leader in the reform
Democracy ol that city, to the mayoralty.
-United States Senator Carl Schurz, ot Mis?
souri, ls in New York, and will lecture there,
it 1B stated, on civil Be-vice reform, this week.
-Mrs. Laura Fair, during her Imprisonment
for the murder of Judge Crittenden, of Cali?
fornia, has dramatized Owen Meredith's poem,
-The Norfolk Virginian considers that it
has enriched our language with another word
when it calls Governor Scott, of South Caro?
lina, a "Tweedite."
-O'Donovan Rosea intends to contest
Tweed's election aa senator from the Fourth
District of New York City, on account ol bal?
lot-box stuffing, repeating, and the intimi?
dating of voters by armed ruffian i.
-The Chinese residents ol Sacramento have
petitioned the board of trustees to allow them
tho privilege of holding their annual exorcis?
ts ceremonies, and to construct a frame build?
ing in which they may be observed. Their ap?
plication was granted.
-The Lexington Gazette says that the cbape
of Washington and Lee University will soon
receive a large and costly organ, now being
constructed In New Tork, as an offering to the
memory of General Lee, from certain ladles ol
-The New Tork Tribune complains that
one of the scenes at the Academy ol Music
In that city is made to do duty tor the Ker?
messe, tor Richmond Fair, for a Scotch vil?
lage, for the suburbs b< Seville, tor the Nile,
the Rhine, the Scheldt and the Mississippi.
-Thc creeping baby ls the latest Invention
In the way of a mechanical toy. It is moved
by clock-work, and Imitates a lire baby, mov?
ing on its hands and kneea in the most amus?
ing manner. Nothing better adapted to please
the little folks has been brought out for a long
-Buenos Ayres advices to October 1st, via
Brazil, are to the effect that Congresa had
passed the law authorizing construction of the
Tennman raliway (three hundred and thirty
seven miles) on the narrow-gauge system, at
a cost of eight and a hall million hard dollars,
instead of fourteen millions, as contemplated
when making the recent loan in London.
-On some of the best managed European
railways electricity ls more and more taking
the place of human watchiulness and the or?
dinary interventions of machinery. For ex?
ample, on deveral lines there are contrivances
by which the passing ol a train ls automati?
cally announced to neighboring stations. The
cars pass over connecting wires, aad the train
ecords Itself before and behind, so that Its
progress and appearance are alike indicated.
-The workingmen of Great Britain have
organized a committee for promoting the
separation of Church and State. In their ad?
dress to the working classes, this committee
declares: 1. That religion is a matter ot con
scier re, with which the State bas no right to
interfore. 2. That the establishment in Eng?
land has failed as badly as in Ireland, and the
one has no more right to exist than the other.
3. It is expensive, ob-'.ructive, and a source of
-Prussia believes that her sholdlers should
be as well acquainted with the art of onstrue
tlonas they are with, that of destruction.
Since 1869 a number of her troops have been
detailed for instruction in the art of building
and managing railroads. During her recent
military manavivr, s a railroad line five miles
in length was built and in use ten days after
it was begun, for the transportion of troops.
Juet think of transporting troops from one
part of a battle fleh, to another by means of a
railroad constructed entirely while the work?
men were "under fire."
-A Pittsburg dispatch records the marriage
by proxy, in that city, on Saturday last, ol
Ferdinand de Guinnez, Spanish Charge d'Ai
faires at Rome, and Miss Leiie Addison. The
bridegroom was represented by a substitute,
the late Prime Minister, availing himself of a
privilege granted under a law of the church,
having appointed a brother of the bride to
represent him. It is staled that this is the first
ceremony ol the kind ever performed in tnls
country, although not uncommon in Europe.
The lady salla lor Europe in a few days.
-A Washington dispatch says: "Since the
R-jpubllcan victories in the tall elections
some of the leading members of tbe party
who have visited Washington state that a
growing feeling is evident that |the party can
elect most any one for President, and that the
necessity of renominating Grant is no longer
discussed. The advocates of the one-term
principle have taken fre*h courage from these
facts, and the friends ol Secretary Boutwell
ntend to make his name more prominent, so
that lt will at least" go belore the convention.
Within a day or two some of the "passive
Democrats" announce that a movement is on
foot by the Conservative Republicans to nomi?
nate Charles Francis Adams or Senator Trum?
bull a? a candidate for President."
-The New York papers of Saturday report
the resignation oi Rev. Mr. Ewer, of Christ
Church, (Episcopal,) in that city, upon the
ground ol dissatisfaction among the congrega?
tion with a jtate ot facts which is stated as
iollows by the Commercial Advertiser: "It
has been proved, and admitted by Dr. Ewer,
that eight ladies have been accustomed to
come to daily confessional. This has been kept
a secret An ex-vesirvman first made affidavit
that his wife, a beautuui woman, had been in
the habit of making daily confessions to Dr.
Ewer, and one of the names of the other ladies
came out. Many laymen were fearfully indig?
nant, and in lact the whole church was thrown
into a state of consternation and alarm.1'
-A cable dispatch announces the sailing
from England, on Saturday, of the first P.oman
Catholic m.S.-?.O? everdi?patc-ed norn England
I to America, consisting ot four priest?, whose
I duty it will be to labor exclusively among the
1 colored -people of the Uaited States. This is
to have a permanent establishment near Bry
antown, Charles County,Maryland. Tne priests,
it is stated, are of the St. Joseph's Society.
The mission was inaugurated in England, and
Archbishop Spalding has donated sixty acres
of land upon which it is located, with an am?
ple building formerly used as an academy, in
aid of the work. Tne establishmeni of schools
for colored children at practicable localities
will be among the first duties of the mission,
which comprehend the general mental and
spiritual Improvement of the colored race.
Curiously enough, accarding to tue dispatch,
the mission has-been established by the Cath?
olic Church in England, because, in the lan?
guage ol Archbishop Manning, England had
imposed slavery upon America, and it was fit?
ting that Englishmen should be the first to
move for the amelioration of the emancipated
-The story comes from California of a man
whose skin is gradually changing from the
color of a blonde Caucasian to that of a negro.
The account says that, in the treatment of an
obstinate ulcer on the arm, the physician at
length, in despair of success by ordinary
means, transplanted a piece of skin from the
person of a healthy negro. Healthy granula?
tion commenced; the ulcer closed, and the
patient recovered, but only to fiad the small
dark spot spreading with alarming rapidity,
until now one-third of his arm ls changed in
hue to that of au Ethiopian. This case is not
unique in the annals of surgical practice, but
it Is of especial Interest as occurring just at
this crisis. With two States under martial
law on account of the inherent wickedness of
the white?, and others on the brink of the
same fate, the value of a black skin has be?
come quite appreciable.
Observance ot Thanksgiving Day.
To-morrow will be observed as a day of j
Thanksgiving and Prayer for tbe City of
Charleston, under the proclamation of his
Honor Mayor Wagener, and it is understood
that there will be a general suspension of
business throughout the city. Aa, however,
the closing of THE NEWS office to-morrow
would deprive the community of their fa?
vorite paper on Friday morning, and so
cause our merchants and business men
some annoyance and inconvenience, our
office will, of necessity, remain open, and
THE NEWS will be issued, aa usual, both
to-morrow and Friday mornings.
Thc State Pres? and the State Finances.
ie discussion by the State press of the
recent disclosures regarding the financial
condition of the State hos, BO far, led to
three general propositions: 1. The repudi?
ation of every dollar of indebtedness, con?
tracted by the present administration, which
may ba found to be tainted with fraud. 2.
The stoppage of supplies, by withholding the
taxes until the last day allowed by law, or
for an indefinite period. 3. The taking of
legal proceedings with the object of bring?
ing derelict officials to justice. [We poss by
the proposition of the colored Radicals in
the State Legislature to repudiate the old
debt of the State-a threat Intended to de?
ter the white citizens from agreeing to the
repudiation ot the Scott bonds.] The policy
of THE CHARLESTON N?WS combines, we
think, the strongest features of all three
propositions. Our counsel bas been, and is :
1. To warn the public that the taxpayers of
the State, whenever they come into power,
will refuse to recognize, or redeem, any so
called obligations of the State which shall
not be proved to have .been legally contract?
ed. 2. To withhold the State and county
taxes until the lost day allowed by law
the 15th of January next-with the view of
inducing the publication of an honest state?
ment of the public indebtness, and of secur?
ing the immediate passage of measures of
practical reform. 3. The institution of pro?
ceedings against any officials who may, upon
reasonable grounds, be deemed guilty of
fraud. There i?, it will be seen, an essential
difference between this policy and that which
is marked out by some of our contempora?
ries. They take it for granted that enor?
mous frauds have been committed. We hold
that the Ring sh iola explain away, if they
can, the damaging admissions contained in
their published card ; but, in spite of that card,
and its $28,580,000 of printed bonds, we hope
that things are not as bad os the New York
World represents. Tliey urge that taxes be
withheld indefinitely. We desire that they
be withheld, only until substantial guaran?
tees are given against further fraud
amongst which guarantees we may name:
the publication of a full statement of the
public indebtedness of all kinds, in such
shape that the taxpayers may, for them?
selves, test Its correctness; the passage by
the General Assembly of acts repealing the
two laws authorizing the raising of money
for the payment of interest and for the relief
of the treasury; also the passage of acts
abolishing useless offices, reducing salaries,
and securing minority representation. They
cry, Repudiate! ire soy that the people
will pay every just debt, and that the refusal
to liquidate fraudulent claims is not Repudi?
ation. In a word, THE CHARLESTON NEWS
endeavors to persuade the people, at this
crisis, to act with calm deliberation. Loud
talking and empty threats will not serve our
purpose. The people cannot afford to be the
laughing-stocks of the general public. And
what would ce thought of the discretion and
wisdom of this people, if they contented them?
selves with protesting that they would repu?
diate, when it is a patent fact that the tax?
payers are in the minority and cannot throw
offa single dollar or debt uutil they control
the popular vote of the State ? What will be
thought of the swift believers in an over-issue
of twenty or thirty millions or dollars in State
bonds, if it should prove, as a New York pa?
per already hints, that the whole bonded debt
is only ?12,000,000? The natural result
would be that the cry of Wolf! would lose its
potency, and would fail to rally the scattered
shepherds when the long-looked for spoiler
should put in an appearance. Nor can we
forget that tbe MayjConventjon, which spoke
with an authoritywoiclh^hosingle newspaper
can possess, affirmed and recognized, as a
valid debt, issues of bonds and stocks
amounting to $9,865,765, for the payment of
which "the honor and funds of the State"
were declared to be lawfully pledged. This
is a starting-point, and we have the right to
require that ail other issues shall be proved
to be made in acoorJance with law.
We have done oar part in exposing the
Luspicioaa transa:', iocs in which officers of J
Ibe government bave been engaged. We
shall continue to press the Ring to make a
clean breast of the whole business and to let
ns know the worst. But it would be a great
relief to the people to learn, if that be possi?
ble, that, if there has been waste, there has
been no fraud, and that every dollar of bond?
ed debt contracted can be.'properly account?
ed for. We are Dot of those who think it
better to repudiate a debt of $20,000,000
than to pay a debt of 510,000,000. North
Carolina is head over ears in debt, and can?
not rid herself of the burden. The power of
legislation is all in the hands of our oppo?
nents-a little moral suasion is what we have
left. While, then, we trust that the war with
corruption will be vigorously conducted, we
hope, if against hope, that our financial af?
fairs are not quite as black as they are'
The Blue Ridge Railroad.
Amongst the directors elected at the meet?
ing of the stockholders ol the Blue Ridge
Railroad Company, held last week, are a
number of gentlemen of large experience and
unblemished integrity, under whose man?
agement the resources of the company will
be honestly and judiciously employed in ad?
vancing the completion of the road. We now
feel more cheerful about thi3 great work than
we have done for years.
Counsel for the Ka-Klax Prisoners.
The Columbia Phoenix is advised that the
Hon. Reverdy Johnson will urrive in Colum?
bia on the 24th or 25th, having been retain?
ed to assist in the defence of the persons to
be tried before Judge Bond, under the Ka
Klax law. Mr. Johnson will, unquestion?
ably, be o? great service, but we had hoped
that at least one eminent Northern Republi?
can lawyer would have been associated with
him-one who could not be charged with
sympathizing over-much with the South, but
who, like Mr. Johnson, would faithfully and
fearlessly do bis whole duty.
^?r^ARR^sTlDEC A Y.^WHBN A
plant or a tree begins to decay lt must needs die.
It cannot be revitalized. But lt is not so with
hanan beings. A human ruin can be repaired,
fengthened, restored, thongh a brown lear or a
withered blade cr grass can never be made green
again. In the autumn of life, or even in its win?
ter, when nature Beemato be giving way under j
the pressure or years, lt ls still possible to retard
the pregrets of decay, and to lend to age more J
than ita wonted vigor. Aa a means of promoting
thia object, HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS
ls unquestionably i ne most.p; tent or all restora?
tives. lt wiu not make the old young, but lt will
prevent, lessen, or sooth the marraines which are
the usual accompaniments ol the decline of ure.
For debility and a lack of nervous power, from
whatever cause arising, lt la the medicine that of
of all ethers before the world, beat deserves the
name of a specific. In purity, In invigorating
properties, in its adaptation to weak stomachs
and ree ole organizations, lt bas no competitor
Hmong the tonics of the pharmacopoeia, nor
among the proprietary remedies. Besides Ita
strengthening principle, lt possesses alterative
and regulative properties of the highest order,
md aa au sntl-billlous medic?nela far pieferable
to any of the preparations containing mercury.
Time has shown that for physical decay, nervous
debility, dyspepsia, bilious disorders, and inter
mlttent fever, HOSTETTER'? BITrEtS la a
remedy without a liva!. Thia ls the season ol the
rail or the lear ; let lt remind the old, the treble,
the sickly, io invigorate and regulate their sys?
t?me with this great vegetable tonic and al era
<? ont at ional.
LNG and DAY SCHcOL, lor young ladies,
No. 53 Has? 1 street._nuv?i
rjlHE AVERY INSTITUTE.
The classes In this institution will resume
RECITATION'S ai 9 o'clock on WKDNKaOAY.neXt,
the 29th or this month.
Pupila are requested to be on band promptly,
and new pupils should presen' themselves tue
um day. M. A. WARREN, Principal.
ting!?sh, French and German Boarding and Oay
School for Young Lid en and Children, is now in
Se>sion at No. 92 Wentworth street. Ml.e.
LEPRINCE haa charge or the French Department.
For admission apply aa above.
MKS JOHN LAURENS,
?jy/J-RS. P. J. BARBOT,
TEACHER OF PIANO AND ORGAN.
Pupils taught at their own residences, or at ber
residence, corner or Smith and Montague streets,
OF TH 3
' VALLE CRUC1S," NEAR COLUMBIA, S. C.,
POR THE EDUCATION OF YOUNO LADIES, UNDER THE
IMMEDIATS SUPERVISION 0? THE KBLIGIKUSES
OF THE URSULINA CONVENT.
The situation or the Convent ls all that can be
desired for health and beauty. The buildings are
on elevated ground, about two miles from the
Capitol, aud in the midst of an oak grove of
twenty acres. lt is within half an hour's diive
lr JIU the depot, where omnibuses and baggage
wagons await the arri rai of pHsseugera.
TERMS-For board, wabbing, fuel, llghM and
tuition io English, (300, payable $150 in advance,
> r $30 per mouth, payab e in advance.
Music, French. Latin, Drawing and painting
rorm extra charges.
?3~ for flintier Information, application may
be made to the MOTHER SUPERIOR, to Rt. Rev.
Bishop LYNCH, or to the Reverend Clergy.
TO RENT, TWO LARGE1U)OM^^
;arge riazza. Apply at No. ?2 M. Phillp
sneet, below Calhoun. nov-22-?*
TO RENT, ARCHER'S COMMODIOUS
HALL and Club Rooms, - Alao confortable
Rooms from $3 to $6 per month. Archer's Ba?
TO RENT, SECOND FLOOR No. 26
Wah street, consisting of 4 rooms, wita
kitchen rooms and good cistern. Apply on the
TO RENT, THE HOU?E AND STORE
No. 15 King street, with all necessary fix?
tures. Apply at No. 54 King street. nov2tM*
O RENT, THAT STORE COMPLETELY
fitted up, corner or i?ueeu and Franklin
Btieet-sor thewho.e House together. Apply un
premises or to JOHN MULVANEY.
TO RKNT, THAT PLEASANTLY SIT?
UATED House, No. 20 Water street, con?
taining four square rooms and pantry; possession
given on 1st December. Appiy at No. 237 King
PLEASANT ROOMS TO RENT IN A
choice neighborhood at No. U Doughty
street. Apply on the premises._novis
TO RENT, HOUSE AND STORE, No. C7
MARKET STREET. Apply next door.
TO RENT, TWO LARGE FRONT ROOMS
fronting on King street, corner or Liberty
street, possession given from the lot of Novem?
ber. Also, four neat comfortable rooms over the
store fronting on Liberty Btreet. Possession given
immediately. Apply on premises. octal
TO RENT, THE UPPER PART OF THAT
newly finished Building, No. 241 Elna: street,
over Messrs. O. D. AU KEN s A CO.'S Grocery.
Suitable asaHesldence or a place or Busine-s.
Finished la the very best style, with gas and
water works, beth room, 4c. Inquire cn the pro
A CADE MT OF HUS IC 7~
Manageress.ALICE DUSKING (LINGARD.)
Direaor.WM. RCRACE LINGARD.
LAST PERFORMANCES. BOX OFFICE NOW
Grand ovation extended to the
LING ARDS !
AND THEIR REFISFJD COMEDY COMPANY.
WEDNESDAY. November 22d,
'. DAY AFTER TUE WEDDING, ? " CRITIC, "
" LITTLE TODDLEKISS. "
THURSDAY. November 23d,
(The splendid Comedy, In 3 acts.)
"STILL WATERS RUN DEEP,"'
And each evening
WILLIAM HORACE LINGARD'S
Doors open at 7.15. Carriages maybe ordered
for 10.45. Free List most positively suspended.
(Press excepted.) Reserved Seats on sale at Box
Office dally. Prices as usual.
nov22-2 E. E. KIDDER. Business Manager.
W~A??TED, A YoljNTTMAlfrN A DRY
GOODS STORE. One acquainted with the
business preferred. Inquire at No. 26.' King
COOK WANTED -WANTED, A WHITE
Woman to COCK. Recommendations re?
quired. Apply at No. 43 Rutledge avenue,
WANTED, BOARD FOR THREE PER
SONS In a private family or;prlvate board?
ing r.oose. Address R. C. M., at Charleston P. 0.
WANTED, A SMALL DWELLING
HOUSE, of four or Ave rooms, In the
vicinity of the South Carolina Railroad Company's
Otllces cn Ann street. Apply by letter to R. H.,
VESSEL WANTED. - WANTED A
SMALL VESSEL to Freight Naval Stores
from sautce to Georgetown, 8. C. Apply to
SUACKBLFORD A KELLY, Southern Wharf.
EVERY GENTLEMAN WHO WANTS
COATS, Panta. Ac, cleaned from Grease
?uu Mould, and faded clothes renewed, so to I
OTTO SONNTAG, Dyer an?i Scourer, No. 34 Went- I
worth street, near Artesian Well; specimens al?
ways on hand. Best clothes Scouring done with
WANTED, ? CHILD'S NURSE.-AP?
PLY with reference at No. 20 George
WANTED, A GOOD COOK AND
boase servant Apply at No. 10 Charlotte
ALADY WITH SEVERAL YEARS' EX?
PERIENCE desires a situation, either aa as
tilt an i in a School or Governess In a fatally, to |
leach the English branches an i rudiments of
Music Address Miss E, care of Rev- W. B.
YATES, Charleston, S. C._nov2l-3*
WANTED, A SMALL HOUSE, OR A
MITE OF ROOMS, In the central part or
the city, un or very near the City Railroad. Ad
treas N. B., Saws omce,_nov20-3
FOR SALE, A DURHAM BULL CALF,
eleven months old. ont of a superior Im?
ported cow. Apply to JOHN THOMSON A CO., I
So. 288 King street._novii-sw4?
WANTED MY NUMEROUS CUSTO?
MERS to know I received loo cases a
sorted Merchandise via Steamer Manhattan.
ARCHER'S BAZAAR, No. 363 King street.
WANTED LADIES TO SAVE MONEY
by purchasing Hats, In every style and 11
inxlity, price 50 cents, now on view. A Ru tl E K's
WANTED THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
that the largest, cheapest and best Stock
31 Wholesale or Retail, this slue the Potomac, is at
WANTED COUNTRY MERCHANTS TO
save25 to 30per cent, br purchasing No
lions and Fancy Goods at ARCHER'S BAZAAR.
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO I
COCK (with Stove) and do general house?
work; In a family m tbe country. Liberal wages
jtJtred. References required. App.j by letter to
W, Ringville P. 0" S. C._novl5-wlm3
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A COMPE?
TENT HOUSE BOY for a small family.
Apply at this office. novia
IP YOU ARE IN WANT OF A SEWING
MACHINE, see first the HOME SHUTTLE, the
tneap&Bi and best, at B1SSELL, No. SI Hasel
street, opposite Expresa om ce. Price $26 to S87.
sepis 3inos I
WANTED, BY A STEADY, INTELLI
GENT and perfectly trustworthy colored
n.au, ot mature years, a place as porter la a bu-I
fcess boase. Satisfactory references given, Ad
dress "PORTER," office of THK NEWS. octa
dhQ7K A MONTH, EXPENSE8 PAID,
? I O Male or Female Agents.-Hor.-e and
0*1 ut luruished to sell our UNIVERSAL CEMENT,
Combination Tunnel, Button Hole cutter and
other article-1. Circalara tree. Address Novelty
company, Saco, Me._novl4-:8
ATT ANTED PURCHASERS OF TlCKETfc
Tv in the Land and Immigration Associator.
?1 Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY A CO
Tickets now ready. Will be glad to sec my Iriendi
Ct the office of Mr. EDWARD M. MORELAND,
No. 29 Broad street. EBEN COFFIN, ano-Agent.
AGENTS WANTED !-FOR THE UNI?
VERSAL TWINE AND TU h EAD CUTTER;
saves time, twine, thread. Ongera and teeth. Some?
thing everybody wanta. Samples mailed on re?
ceipt ot 25 cents. Address GfcORGE DAVIS, No.
5i<9 Broadway, New York._oci3Q-3moa
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, A I
native of Florida, a situation as sa:esma:
"i cierk in a house In Charleston. He ls well and
favorably known throng tout East Florida, and
. au Icrnuih fratlafaciory testimon?ala as to char
.utter und qualifications. Address J. S. J., Nxwf
WANTED, BY A THOROUGHLY COM?
PETENT, steady and trustworthy colored
man, a situation, either as coachman, groom or
Parter. Has had experience and can furnish the
very best recommendations. A note addressed ti. I
-Coachman" at the office of TBS NXWS. wm
secure prompt attention. ._Jul>28
WANTED, BY A THOROUGHLY COM?
PETENT and steady young man <a
Charleatonian, and single) a situation in any ca?
pacity. Would prerer office work in a Commis- I
friou House, or general out-door clerk, and would
not obied to leave the city. Best of references
furnished. Address Accountant, Key Box No. 60,
WANTED, A PRACTICAL PRINTER
and Compositor: to take charge or a
C untry Newspaper published weekly. One well
recommended can obtain a ultuatlon. or an inter?
est lu the paper, by addressing Horry News,
Conwayboro, B.C. None need apply unless they I
come fully recommended, for competency and of
good moral character. nov4
FolTl?ALE, A STRONG ABLE-BO?
DIED HORsE and MULE, at J. C. U. CLACS
AT PRIVATE SALE, BUCHHEIT'S
BAKERY, East Bay, near Tradd stree*
? or particulars apply to MACQUEEN A RIECK E.
Nos. 21 and 23 Vendue Range. nov22-wim3
FOR SALE, AN OYSTER BOAT, EIGH?
TEEN feet loug and live feet beam. Apply
to JOHN LUI JEN, northwest corner or State
and Queen streets._nov21-3?
FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH, A COR?
NER LOT. south side or Spring Btreet, oppo?
site Norman stree-: a splendid stand lor a gro?
cery Btore. Also a SCHOONER, fifty-five tons,
doing a fine coasting trade, and one Flat Boat;
carries eighteen corJs of wood. Apply to WM.
MCKAY, NO. 140 Meeting street, opposite Pavilion
4 BARGAIN!-TO PRINTERS AND
?3L BO?KBINDERS.-A Rugglea Wood Frame
taper Cutter, will be sold low for cash. Is nearly
.ew, cuts 23 metes, and has an extra knife. Nr.
?-argo for package. Price $40. Apply at Tnt
SKWfl Job Once. mar?
20on bushels new Prime SEA ISLAND COTTON
SEED, at 1,'4'c. f lb
GINNING SEA ISLAND COTTON.
We have two Engines and eight McCarthy Gins
running, thereby being able to gin. pack and
mote eighty or ninety bjgs per week, and guar?
antee to put nf the sam- in No. 1 good order, and
deliver the sana to any factor In Charleston at
FIVti CENTS ?ER POUND, furnishing the best
We win tective Cotton at our wharf, No. 17
South Bay, an! at our landing, James Uland,
without any frrtber charges.
GEO. FRED. HABENICUT.
nevil ERNST A. HAKEN1CHT.
WASHINGTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY.-Attend the Regular Monthly
Meeting or your Company, at your Hall, THIS
EVENING. 22d inatant, at 7 o'clock precisely.
By order. M. FITZGIBBON,
nov22_Secretary W. s. I-, E. Co.
WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY
CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION.- The Quar?
terly Meeting ol the Association will be held THIS
EVEKING, at 7 o'clock, ?-.t the Merchants' Hotel,
corner ol King and Society streets. Come pre?
pared to pay arrears.
By order. D. B. GILLILANo,
nov2?_Secretary and Treasurer.
SOCIAL CLUB.-THE ANNIVERSARY
Meeting of your Club will be held THIS (Wed?
nesday) EVENING, at the Residence or the Presi?
dent, at 8 o'clock. A lull attendance la requested
as au Election ofOmcets for the ensuing year
wi i be held. By order of the President.
J. VICTOR ?T. A .WAND,
nov22_Secretary S. C.
ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY.-A SPECIAL
Meeting of the St. Andrew's Society will be
held at South Carolina Hall on TO-MORROW EVEN?
ING, the 23d Instant, at half-past 7 o'clock.
nov22-2 ROBT. M. GORDON, Secretary.B
8T. CECILIA SOCIETY. - THE ANNI?
VERSARY Meeting of this Society will be
he'd a t the Hall or the South Carolina Society,
THIS EVEKING, at 7 o'clock.
T. PINCKNEY LOWNDES,
nov22_secretary and Treasurer.
mERPSICHOREAN CLUB.-AN EXTRA
J. Meeting of the Club will be held THIS EVE?
NING, at Mr. ABpluall's Residence. Members will
be punctual, as business of Importance will be
submitted. R. B * * . * *,
ATTENTION ! CHARLESTON SOCIAL
MOUNTED CLVB.-A Parade and Presenta?
tion of our Flag will take place THIS DAT a our
rendezvous, corner or King and Shepherd streets,
at 12 o'c ock, tr the weather permits.
By or er. F. W. PIEPER,
WHEREAS, THE SPEAKER OF THE
House or Representatives uf this Stat
has issued bis pio.laraat on, ordering an Elec?
tion to be held on the 27th day or November, 1871,
to OU a vacancy in the delegation of Charleston
County in the Legislature, caused hy the resigna?
tion of Honorable J. J. Hardy, therefore, by the
authority lnveated in me as County Chairman
of the Republic n Farty of this County, the
votera of thia City and County are requested to
meet In Mass Convention on the TWENTY THIRD
DAT OF NOVEMBER, at 7 o'clock P. M., ai Military
Hall, and nominate a person to be voted for on
the twenty-seventh day of November, to nil said
vacancy. R. H. CAIN, County Chairman.
Charleston, S. C.. No?ember 18th. novan
j?jRAFTS 7)N^?^~?TLI VE^P^OLT
STERLING DRAFTS on above Batk, payable
on demand or at six: y days sight, in earns to ault
ncv31-lm0 G. A. TREN HOLM A SON.
Cost ano .f cmno.
L'^TTBOOK?OT 657, CITIZENS'^SAV^
INGS BANK or South Carolina, in name of
LOST OR STOLEN.-ALL PARTIES ARE
notified not to receive or trade for CHECK
or Hbackelrord A Kelly on People's National Bank,
No. 93, dated November 17th, 1871, for $71 63-100,
same having been lost or stolen. Payment baa
been stopped. nov2i-2
L^R^AND PLEASANT BoT?MAY
be had, with or without board, at No. 208
Meeting street, corner of Society. nov20-8?
BOARDING.-GOOD BOARB, WITH
PLEASANT ROOMS, can be had by apply?
ing at No. 70 Wentworth street. Day Boarders
also accommodated. novi7-o*
O ARDING. - A FEW ?ENTLEMJ&F
can be accommodated with good board
and pleasant rooms, on moderate terms, by ap?
plying at Na 13 Wentworth street. DAY BOAR LI?
ING a.so furnished, may 16
HAVING REMOVED MY PLACE OF
business to SMITE STREET, near Went?
worth street, I am row ready to attend to all
orders for the Repairs of Furniture and Sewing
Machines. I bave ak o some fine Sewing Machines
or sale. Give me a can
nov2 J. L. LUNSFORD.
Ccgal $ atices.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF RICHLAND-Court of Common
Pitas.-PHINEAS F. FRAZEE, aa Sheriff) f Rich?
land County, Plaintiff, against EDWARD L.
DEANE and ROBERT K. SCOTT, Defendants -
Copy summons for relief.-[Complain: served.]
10 the Defendant. EDWARD L. DEANE: Yon
are hereby aammoned and required to answer
the complaint lu thia action, or which a copy 1B
herewith served upon you. and to serve a copy or
your answer to the said compta nt on the <-ub
scrlbers, at Columbia, within twenty days aft r '
the service hereof, exclusive of the day of such
service; and if you fail to answer the complaint
within the time aforesaid, ihe plaintiff in thia
act lan will apply to the Court fur the relief de?
manded in the complaint.
Dated November 18,1871.
MONTEITH A BAUsKBTT.
To the Defendant, EDWARD L. DEANE: Take
notice, that the summons la thia action, or which
the foregoing ia a cony, waa flied In the ora. e of
the Clerk of me Court of Common Pleas for Rich?
land county, at Columbia, In the County of Rich?
land, State or Sooth Carolina aforesaid, on the
20th day or November, m tbe year 1871.
MONTEITH A BA?SKETT,
D0V22-WS Plaintiff's Attorneys.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CHARLESTON-Court ol Com?
mon Pieas.-ARCHIBALD ARM8TRONG, As?
signed Of G. A. BOWMAN, (of C. D. CARR A CO.)
Bankrupt, Plaintiff, against B. C. B REV ARD, of
Alach aa County, in the State of Florida, Defen?
dant.-Copy Summons, for Money Demand.
[Complaint not served.]
To B. C. BREY ARD, or Alachua County, in the
State of Florida, Defendant m thia action: Yon
are hereby aummoned and required to answer
the complaint in this action, which ia m- d in the
office of the Clerk or the court or Common Pleas
for the aald County, and to serve a copy or your
answer on the aubacriber at his office, No. 48
Broad street, within twenty days after the service
of this sommons on you, exclusive of the day of j
11 you rall to answer this complaint within the
time afore.-aid, the Plaintiff wi 1 take judg-ment
against you for the sum or eighty-six 87-100
do lars, with interest at the rate of seven per cent,
per annum from the first day of July, A. D. one
thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, and coats.
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
IL 8 ] A. C. RICHMOND, C. C. C. P.
Dated November 21, A. D. 1871.
To the Defendant E. C. BREVARD: Take notice,
that tbe summons in this action, of which the
foregoing ia a copy, was filed lu the office or the
Clerk ol the Court or Common Pleas, for the
County or Chine-ton, at Charleston, In the State
or Sou'h Carolina, on the 2lat dav or November,
A. D. 1E-71. ISAAC M. BRYAN,
No. 48 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
November 21, A. D. 1871. nov22-w8
UILDERS' DE PCT,
04 CHURCH STREET.
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Slate, Tile, Shingles,
Laths, Hair, Gravel,
Chimney Tops, Sewer Pipes, Encaustic Tile,
Marbleized Slate Mantels
A beac-..fal substitute for marble, at reduced
OC.31 E. M. GR1MKE, P. 0. BOX 374.
vis IN FE CT INO FLUID.
Recommended by the New York Board of Health
as cte or the best Disinfectants.
For dlsinfectlcg Privies, Vaults, Drains, Cess?
pools, Rooms, Ac.
Manufactured and for sale by
C. F. PAN KN IN, Chemist,
Na 123 Meeting street,
Charleston, S. C.
Price-FIFTY CENTS per bottle. sepl
?rotaries, Ciqncrs, Ut.
100 bbls. Nova Scotia POTATOES, just landed
from Bark Grasmere, by HENRY (JARD.
?10 AL! COAL! COA Ll
200 tons Beat Sidney COAL, now landing from
For sale by HENRY CARD.
JJ I 0 COFFEE.
Direct importation. For sale In lots to snit
purchasers. G. w. WILLIAMS A CO.
JPLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR
2000 bbls. Extra, Super and Floe FLOUR.
For sale by HERMANN BUL WINKLE.
gUGAB HOUSE SYRUP.
SUGAR HOUSE (Bee Hive) SYRUP, in barrels
and hogsheads. For sale by
oct21 Kerr's Wharf.
glNGULA RI TIES
'.THE GREAT CHEAP MAN"
LINLEY'S CHEAP STORES,
Noa. 180 AND 888 KINO STRKBT.
Jost received per Steamer :
60 tans GOOD BUTTER at 25 cents per single
pound, or 23 oems by the tub
60 tabs Strictly Coolee Orange County Batter,
quality guaranteed, 3 pounds for $1, or
30 cents per pound by the tab
io cases Leslie's Celebrated Scotch Bitters, a
genuine article, and the only lot In the
10 bair chests Fancy Chop Young Hyson Tea,
guaranteed eqnal to any, and better
than a great many, Teas sold at S2 per
pound. Don't forget that I ask for lt
only $1 60 per pound
10 barrels Soft Welte Sogar, 8 pounds for $1.
$3000 worth or FRENCH CHINA GOODS, at K per
cent, above coat
$2500 worth or Graniteware, at io per cent, above
$2000 worth OT CHRISTMAS GOODS, includitg a
large assortment or Small Toys, at io
per cent, above cost
$1000 worth of House-Furnishing Goods, inclu?
lng numberless smaJ articles, at io por
cent, above cost
25 packages Glassware, at io per cent, abc ve
The above Goods cannot be obtained at l ne
same prices at any Store m the city, so it is in?
combent upon ali who consider their own lc .er?
es ta to give my Stores a trial.
JOHN W. LINI ST.
0rp ?coot, Ut
JpUBCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
NO. 241 KING STREET,
DRESS GOODJS DEPARTMENT,
8 cases of Plain, Striped and Brocade DE?
LAINEY, all colors, enly 20 cents.
1 case Mohair Goods, 25 cents,
l case Henrietta Plaids, 86 cen's.
1 case Colored Alpaca, 25 cents.
60 rolls trun Slit Poplins, all shades, so cents.
60 pieces new styles or Japanese Silk, 99 cents,
sold everywhere else for $1 25.
A rall line or MOURNING GOODS, consisting ol:
Alpacas, Merinos, Empress Cloth,
Henrietta Cloth, Bombazines,
Black Silks, Crape Cloth, Ac,
nov20 At reduced prices.
.pURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
The bc Bt selection of French, German and Eng
lien BROAD LOTUS, all shades.
JflURCHGOTT, BENEDICT 4 CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
1 case Good 10-4 SHEETING, bleached, 40 cents,
l case 9 4 sheeting, 36 cents.
1 case 10-4 Unbleached sheeting, 35 cents.
2 cases Plliowcasing, best quality, 20 cents.
2 cases 4-4 Longclotn, 12i? cents.
A loll line of TOWELS, Napkins, Table Damaslts,
Table Covers, Crash, very cheap._nov20
"pURCHGOTT,"BENEDICT ? CO.,
NO. 244 KING STREET.
SHAWL AND CLOAK DEPARTMENT.
1 case Gent's (Doable) TRAVELLING SHAWLS,
only $4 60.
The latest fashions of single and Doable Shawls,
at very low figures.
Cloaks and Jackets, latest styles, tn Urge variety.
Nubias, Hoods, Breakfast Shawls, all at reduced
T^URCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
SASH RIBBON, Velvet Ribbons, Trimming Rib?
bons, Scarfs, Neckties, Bows, Ac, of the latest
Ladies' Hats, Artificial Flowers, Plumes and
Feathers, in great variety.
HOSIERY AND NOTIONS, a mil line. nov20
JpifJRCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
FURS! FURS! FURS!
iou sets (Cape and Muff) $3-worth $8.
300 sets (Cape and Muri) from $3 to $36.
io real Astrachan White Jackets.
All warranted to be perfect._nov20
T^URCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 241 KING STREET.
CARPETS! CARPETS! CARPETS! *
loo pieces Ingrain and 2 and 3 Ply CAR- 1
PETS, Will be
60 pieces Tapestry Bru?eelp, \ sold
20 pieces Body Brussels, I Che ap.
Rugs, Mats, Oil Cloth, J
Samples given, and Goods delivered free or j
charge to any part of the State.
No trouble to show Goods.
Merchants, Milliners and Tailors will do well by
examining and pricing our Goods before order?
ing from Northern markets or baying elsewhere.
Baying or ImportlBg and manufacturing houses
only, we are enabled to sell as cheap as any Job?
bing House North, and we most cordially Invite
all to convince themselves or the Tact.
FUROHGOTr, BENEDICT A CO.,
No. 244 King street, I rt,?ri-tow a C.
No. 437 King street, ) charleston, s- u
No. 22 White street, New York,
nov20 No. 3 Bay street, Jacksonville, Fl*.
COR*sa BROAD STRSST AKD EAST BAT.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at publishers' lowesi
oash rates for ALL PAPERS ia the United States.
WALS.LK, M ASS A COGSWELL.
(groceries, liquorQ, Ut.
^HTLSON'S GBO?EBT! '
WILSON'S GROCERY la now offering tue moat
carefully selected stock of LIQUORS to be found
In this dry.
They bare been selected especially for their
medicinal qualities, ana their parity endorsed hy?
the most eminent physicians of Charleston.
Parties desiring A pure article can always rel/
on Liquors sold from thia establish ment and re?
A fall supply of low grades on hand. '
No. 800 King street.
4a7"Addres8 Box No. 383.
NEW BUCKWHEAT ! NEW B?CK
Bbls. New Hailed BUCKWHEAT
BblB. Self-Raising Buckwheat.
For sale low at WILSON'S GROCERY,
- HO. 806 King street.
y AU Gooda delivered freoy ._
ANNED PEACHES! CANNED
180 dozen 2 and 8 lb. CANNED PEACHES.
For aale low at WILSON'S GROCERY,
No. SOO Ein? street.
Ag"All Goods deliverer! free.
CANNED TOMATOES ! CANNED TO?
7G0 dozen 2 lb. CANNED TOMATOES.
1 or aale low at WU*SON'S GROCERY,
No. 306 King street,
jay All Gooda delivered free._
gYRUP! SYRUP 1 SYB?P I
GOLDEN SYRUP, 65 cents ? gallon. JL
WILDON'S GROCERY, ~
No. 306 King street.
jayAU gooda delivered free
BARGAINS TN TEAS, COFFEES, GRO?
CERIES AND PROVISIONS.
Warranted to suit the palates and the pockets of
the million. WILSON'S GROCERY,
Ka 806 King street.
Q-All Goods delivered free.
XTEW CODFISH, SMOKED SALMON,.
JLl PICKLED SAiJiON, SPICED SALMON.
Extra No. 1 MACKEREL
New Herr Inga.
For sale low at WILSON'S GROCERY,
No. 806 King atreet. -
gyAjj Goods delivered free._\
VTEW SMOKED BBEF, FRES H SMOKED1
IN TONGUES, NEW HAMS, (SMALL SIZE) Pia
Fulton Market BEEF
Faml y Plat Pork
Smoked rig Tongues
Pickled Pigs' Feet.
For sale low at WILSON'S GROCERY,
No. 306 King atreet.
jtarAll Goods delivered free. _
JJTJBNHAM'S YEAST POWDER.
Having used YEAST POWDER In om jnfliea
for several yean, we give a decided preference,
above all other, to that prepared by EDw. s.
BURNHAM, Druggist and Apothecary, Na 121
King, near Calhoun atreet:
Rev. JOHN T. WIGHTMAN, D. D.
Rev. T. E. WANNAMAKE H.
P. K. COBURN, Intendant Town of Summer'
nile. 8. c. J
G. L. HOLMES. *
GEO. S PELZE R, M. D.
W. R SMITH, Master Machinist, S CR, R.
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DT, IN U. kV BONDED STORES.
. : .? ' -
A, TOBIAS' BOSSt?0. HO EAST BAYr
Offer for aale from U. s. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC an? LA "ROCHELL^ BRANDYr
van?os vintage?, In
Eighth cai ks
Caaea of one dozen bettles each,
gCGAB AND MOLASSES.'
MORDECAI ? CO. offer for sale Good to
Prime Coba and Potto Rico SUGARS and Choice
MOLASSES._a. BflBttS aags-6mo
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Na 110 East Bay, offer for
sale an Jnvoice of Choice HARMONY'S' PALE
SHERRY WINE. . A. TOBIAS' SONS.
QHOiCE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., Na no East Bay, offer for
sale an invoice of Choice HAVANA CIPARS,
direct from Factory in Havana._aug8-6mo
. A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale an Invoice of FIRE CRACKERS, landing thia
VINEGAR, PRUNES, WHITE WINE,
CLARET, Aa ?f
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for tale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White Wine, imported direct from
JgNGLISH PORTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents ot Messrs. Edward
A George Hibbert, of London, offer for aale Hib?
ben-B PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pinta
OEcpartnfTBbipB ano Wi&BfAt?wn?. ,
NOTICE. -THE COPARTNERSHIP
heretofore existing between the ander?
signed under the Arm of SMITH A CHAPEAU,
was dissolved on the 1st of November by mutual
consent. T. T. CHAPEAU la authorized to Bettie
the affaira of the concern.
GEORGE H. SMITH,
T. T. CHAPEAU.
T. T. CHAPEAU, Will continue the MANUFAC?
TURING or ROSIN AND TURPENTINE ander the
name or T. T. CHA) EAU A CO.
T. T. CHAPEAU.
In retiring from the Arm of SMITH A CHAPEAU.
I recommend T. T. CHAPEAU to my friends and
former patrons. GEORGE H. SMITH.
Charleston, November 16,1871.
rp HE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
A. CHARLESTON COUNTY.-CertlOCAte OfJ?m
lu-d Partnership between BUCKLEY T. BEATON,
or the city or Brooklyn, State of New York,
CHARLES UNDERWOOD, of the Town and Coun?
ty of Tolland, State or Connecticut, and EVERT
E. BEDFORD, of the City of Charleston, State
This certificate hereby wltneaaeth tbat tba un?
dersigned have, by virtue of an act of the General
Assembly of the State aforesaid, entitled "An Act
to authorize the formation of Limited Partner
ships," passed in the year of oar Lord, one thou?
sand eight hundred and tblity-aeven, and an?
other Act entitled "An Act to extend the dura?
tion of an "Act authorizing the rormationtx* Lim?
ited Partnerships," passed in the year of oar
Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-six.
and another Act extending the same until repeal?
ed, passed December 20th, i860, formed a Limited
Pat tner.-bip aa fo.lowa :
First. The name or firm under which such
partnership shall be conducted ls EVERT E.
Second. The general nature of the busiaeaa in?
tended to be transacted ls that or the Grocery Bu?
siness, both retail and wholesale, in tba said City
Third. BUCKLEY T. BENTON, or the City or
Brooklyn, State of New York, and CHARLES UN
DERWOOD, or the Town and County or Tolland,
State o' connecticut, are the Special Partners,
and EVERT E. BEDFORD, of the City of Charle8
ton, State aforesaid, ls the General Partner.
Fourth. BUCKLEY T. BENTON, a Bpeclal Part?
ner, baa contributed seven thousand dollars
($7000,) and CHARLES UNDERWOOD, the other
special Paitner, bas contributed also aeven thou?
sand dollars ($7000) to the common steck of the
I Firth. The said Partnership commenc?e on the
first day or November, eighteen hundred and
seventy one, and will terminate on the ** at ray
of November, eighteen hundred and sev?.j.y.nve.
Dated thia 28th day or October, A. D., 1871. ,
(Signed) B. T. BENTON, [L. B.]
CHARLES UNDERWOOD, [L. B.J *
EVERT E. BEDFORD. [L. a.]
(Signed) G. W. RODSEICK,
THOMAS E. PXABSALL.
^ B MULLIGAN,
COTTON FACTOR AND C0MMI3?HL
Sep27-S*C CHARLESTON, S. C.