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Mct.ings This D?y.
Lan imark Lodge, at half-past 7 P. IL
Charleston Dramatic Club, at hall-past 7
Vue t ion Sales This Day.
Leitch ?fe Bruns w?l sel! at ll o'clock, at the
old Postoffice, real estate.
A& M. Marshall & Bro. will Sill, at ll o'clock,
arche east end of Broad street, real estate.
Wm. McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his*
store, shop goods, furniture, ?fcc.
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, boots, shoes and hats.
OCR PRICES CURRENT.-We especially invite
tlie attention of our merchant* to THE NEWS
Prices current, issued this morning. Made
up with the utmost car1, and handsomely
printed with entirely new type, it forms, with
the business card of the house forwarding it,
the most attractive and welcome weekly
commercial circular that can be used. Price,
for ten copies or more, with business cards,
two and a half cents per copy; single copies
PUGILISTIC.-Charles Richardson and July
Simons started to settle a quarrel by a re?
course to the manly art. on Wednesday night,
in a house in Franklin street. The two had
hardly finished the first round when the out?
siders gave the alarm, and the police jumped
into the ring. ?lhe tv. men were taken off|
to the.Guardhotise, and will "interview" the
Mayor fhis mornning. _
GOOD WORDS.-The Rev. C. C. Pinckney, of |
Charleston, preached in St. Luke's Church,
Newberry, on Sunday mc-ning and night.
The Herald says:
The sermons on bo h occasions were re?
markable for their brevity, beauty of diction,
simpliciiy of style, perspicuity, and compre?
hensive range of thought; eloquent tributes
to the chas;e and varied cultora of the speak?
er's mind aud heart, and satisfying lessons to
/ CRCMBS.-Frank Gregory, of Union County,
charged with murder and conspiracy, was
discharged on Wednesday, there being no
evidence against nlm.
Two of the hage poles of the Western Union
Telegraph Company were erected on East
Bay yesterday. When the wires are attached
they will look like harps of a thousand
CHARLESTON DRAMATIC CLUB.-At the anni?
versary meeting of the Charleston Dramatic
Club, held on the 15th instant, the following
officers were elected to serve for the ensuing
year : J. Victor Su Amand, pivsi-ient; James
E. Thomas, vice-president; A. J. Lafitte, busi?
ness manager; B. L. Mathewes, stage mana?
ger; F. C. McCante, secretary and treasurer;
Oscar M. Jones, floor manager; and Messrs.
David Weiskopf, J. B. Evans and A. B. Thom
llnson, committee on finance.
A CROWDER AT WORK.-On Wednesday after
noon.'^Sally Crowder, a colored woman, con?
siderably the worse for liquor, began an alter?
cation with a colored man in a bar-room in
Church street, and resenting some good ad?
vice he gave her, she pitched into him con
amore. The unfortunate adviser was getting
the worst of the argument, when the police
made an irruption into the pUvoe and captur?
ed the two. They were both lodged in the I]
Guardhouse, to be called before the Mayor [
THE HAND-ORGAN has appeared. A vendor
of peripatetic novelty and mechanical har?
monies has arrived, with music In Ms soul,
.iML in his machine, to enliven the streets of
Charleston. Henceforth you may have "har?
mony, celestial harmony," ground out for you
by wholeea'e, and can listen In five minutes
to two thirds of the Dead March In Saul and
to the whole ol Yankee Doodle. Yon pays
your money and yon takes your choice. Who
shall say that our old city ls not at last im?
proving rapidly ?
CUNARD TO CHICAGO.-We learn from the
New York Weekly News that the owners of
the celebrated Cunard steamship line (of
which Messrs. Wm. Roach ? Co. are the
Charleston agents) subscribed one thousand
pounds to the Chicago relief fund, aid have
also sent back to their native countries, free
of charge, large numbers of persons whom
the fire ruined, and who were recommended
to the consideration of the company by the
Chicigo Belief Society. Conduct so thought?
ful and generous will not soon be forgotten.
THE FUNERAL of the late Mr. John Bussell
took place yesterday morning at Grace
Church, and was largely attended. Among
those present were many of our most promi?
nent citizens, and the general expression of I
heartfelt sorrow was unmistakably a mark of [
the high esteem in which Mr. Bussell was de?
servedly Jield by all who knew him. The sol?
emn services were conducted by the Rev.
James W. Mlles, a warm and intimate friend
of the deceased. At the concision of the ser?
vices the remains' were followed to Magnolia,
anti were interred in the burial place of the
COLLECTING FARE.-Yesterday evening, a
colored youth, named John Smith, who was
accompanying a hack-driver while conveying
some ladies to a house in Broad street, antici
pated the driver by slipping into the house
and collecting the fare. He demanded two
dollars, but received one dollar fifty cents on
a compromise. The astonishment of the driver
orrfcJearning the swindle may be Imagined.
Smith made good his escape, but his pursuer
knew his weaknes?, and a little after eight
o'clock in the evening the enterprising col?
lector was discovered seated on Mount Par?
nassus, in the Academy, enjoying hugely the
performance of the LIngards going on below.
A policeman to whom he wai pointed out
quickly grabbed the veritable John Smith,
who .was soon left to imagine the remainder
of the performance while locked up in a cell
rn the Guardhouse. As usual, however, the
money had vanished, and Smith will have to
adjust the matter before the Mayor this morn?
AM?SEMENTS.-The sterling comedy of Still
Waters Run Deep wa? given by Mr. Lingard'a
company last evening in a highly commenda?
ble manner. Mi? Alloc Dunning is pretty
eaough to act badly, and acts well enough to
afford to be plain. As M?. Mildway she was
tm hful and spirited, and won largely upon
the sympathy ol' ihe house. It ii to bi regret?
ted that Mr. Frank Evan', whose conception
ol his part li genenlly very go Jd. lacks some?
what the ease ani fluency requisite to carry it
out wi!h perfect success. Bu Hawksley last
evening wa? slightly murky, though evident?
ly carefully studied. The support wa?, how?
ever, on the whole, remarkably equal, and
Mr. Lingard wai quite ai effective as nmaf as
Mr. Potter. The performances wera concluded
with several ol' Mr. Lingard'a sketche*. of |
which we can only repeat our already ex?
pressed praise. They evoked unbounded ap?
plause. We would suggest, however, that the
doggerel verses introducing the character
fletches might with advantage be replaced by
an equal amount of pro3e.
The Linguals appear again this evening,
and on Saturday a matinee and a closing per
x?rman:e ia tUc evening will be given.
How the Day was Observed In the City.
Thanksgiving Day was generally observed,
ami very little at' -nion was paid to business
yesterday. It is true that in Meeting and
Hayne streets, in the early morning, the
wants of country buyers were attended to as
usual, but there was thanksgiving of the
heaviest sort in every blow of the hammer
which prepare 1 the huge cases for their des?
tination. East Bay was as tranquil as on
Sunday. The busy cotton dealers suspended
their operations, and the wholesale trade took
rest for a fresh start. The loading and dis?
charging of the steam fleet went on where
Ohe labor was indispensable, anti up to the
middle of the day the railroads received the
freight of diligent shippers. But the churches
were thronged. The streets were fairly bril?
liant with laughing faces and gay costumes.
AU Charleston seemed to feel that, under
Providence, the worst was past, and that in
thanking the Almighty for the blessings the
city had received the people would gain
fresh courage and confidence for the future.
As the old "Ironsides" fought none the worse
because they prayed both long and fervently,
so may this people rest assured that their
trust in God and their child-like faith will
make them all the belter fitted to battle
bravely willi business troubles, and to over?
come, by pluck and perseverance, the shoals
and quicksands of the times.
THANKSGIVING IN THE CHURCHES .
At St. Paul's Church the Rev. James H. El?
liott preached an excellent sermon, In which
he pointed out'thatlhis city had been delivered
from the scourge of disease and from ?he'
evils of radical ru'e. Her people who had
been spared during the 'pidemic, and who
were now in the hands of a municipal govern- j
ment identified with their interests, had
abundant cause for hearty thankfulness and
praise. He also adverted to the lact that
during the prevalence of the fever this con?
gregation had been ?pared the affliction
which had visited many others, and that the
numerous family circles which were ihen
listening to him had a s ill further cause for
thanksgiving wheu tii?-y looked around and
saw all their members gathered together
once more in good health.
The services at St. Philip's Church were at?
tended by a large congregation, who had tue
pleasure of hearing a most Impressive sermon
from their loved pastor, the Right Reverend
W. B. W. Howe. His text was taken from
Psalms 147,1: " Praise is comely,*' and the
beautiful lessons thence educed were heard
with much interest.
The services at St. Michael's were conduct?
ed by the pastor, the Rev. Mr. Trapier. The
sermon, from an appropriate text, enforced
the lessons of the day.
Grace Church was well filled, and the Rev.
C. C. Plnckney, the pastor, who had Just re?
turned to the city, delivered an appropriate
Owing to the absence o? the pastors, there
waa no service held at the Glebe street or at
the Central Church.
At St. Mary's Church High Mass was sung
by the pastor, the Rev. C. B. Northrop, who
was prevented, by a severe cold, from preach?
At St. John's Lutheran Church the Rev. J.
9. Honour, who is now filling that pulpit,
officiated. The venerable Dr. Bachman was
present, and the services were of an impres?
Thanksgiving service was held at the Went?
worth street Lutheran Church, by the es?
teemed pastor, the Rev. W. 8. Bowman.
There was a large attendance.
The congregation of the German Lutheran
Church assembled to hear a Thanksgiving
Jlscourse from their zealous and much-loved
pastor, the Be*-. L. Muller.
At the Scotch Presbyterian Church, the Rev.
Dr. Forres?, but lately returned, preached the
The Circular Church Chapel was filled to
overflowing to . ear the discourse of the pas?
tor, the Rev. W. H. Adams. His text was 2d
Cor., ix, 15: "Thanks be to God for his un?
speakable gil" s."
The Citadel Square Baptist Chnrch was
closed during the morning in consequence of |
the absence of the pastor, who is attending
the convention at Camden, and the only ser?
vices held were In the evening, when the lec?
ture room was opened and (he Rev. Mr. Hart
officiated. The congregation mostly attended
at the First Baptist Church,where the services
were conducted by the Rev. L. H. Shuck, pas?
The Methodists of the city united in a union
service in Bethel Church, where the services
were conducted by the Rev. J. T. Wightman.
The church was well filled, and the sermon
was from the^text, Ephesians, v, 20: "Giving
thanks always for all things, unto God and
the Father, in the name of our Lord Jesus
THANKSGIVING DAT IN THE COURTS.
The courts, one and all, were closet! yester?
day. There was no business transacted at the
State Circuit Court or'.United States District
Court, and the offenders against the peace and
dignity of the city, who were under arrest,
await the Judgment of his Honor the Mayor
this morning. The trial justices were like-1
Hotel Arrivals-November 34.
J. A. Given, City; W. T. Lightfoot, Orange
burg, C. H.; J. P. Smith, New York; J. R.
Hamilton, Branchville; D. 8. Kenedy, Branch?
ville; Dr. John Fisher, Columbia, 8. C.; J. D.
Wiggan, Columbia, 8. C.; r. M. Hewitt, Lees?
ville; B. Williams, Leesville; T. 8. Clssel,
Savannah, Ga.; M. C. Brower, Graham's
Crossroads; R. C. Logan, Kingstree, S. C. ; E.
A. Rawlins, Barnwell.
H. Solomon. Savannah; A. Arnson, Savan?
nah; Mrs. M. E. Parmlee, New York; CH.
Parmlee, New York; Mrs. A.D.Gibson, Dar?
lington; S. A. Woods, Darlington; Lewis G.
Osborn. Philadelphia; H. A. Lawrence, En?
gland; Charles H. Scott. England; D. A. Van
Horne and wife. Newark, N. Y.; John H. Os
Gerhardt Luyties. New York; G. R. David?
son, Liverpool; H. J. Hand, Savannah. Ga.;
Dr. C. A. Simmons, Waldo. Fla.; G. A. Sey?
mour. City; W. B. Renshaw, R. P. Goodwin.
M. C. Coffin. James G. Gorham, New York;
Mrs. Kinsman, City; R. E. Gilbert, New York;
George E. Newland. New York.
THE FREUNDSCHAKTSBUND.-The entertain?
ments of this society, the first of which takes
place on Thursday next, will consist ol' both
musical and dramatic entertainments. The
dramatic entertainments will be directed by
H. H. Muller. Esri., ami thc musical entertain?
ments will be conducted by Professor Henry
RETURNED TO OLD QUARTERS.-The light
battery, Company C. of the Third Artillery,
arrived in the city yesterday morning Irom
Summerville, where they were quartered
during the prevalence of the yellow fever.
Tlie company have taken ap their old quar?
ters at lb-' Citadel, and seem generally pleased
at the idea of again residing in the city. They
will probably remain here during Cae winter.
I THE PROSECUTIONS UNDER THE KU
I KLUX ACTS.
C J an si-1 for I he Defence of the Pris?
oners-The Assessment on Charleston
The following circular letter has been re?
ceived by the gentlemen to whom it is ad
dr essed :
Eminent counsel from the North have been
employed to d?fend thu men prosecuted un?
der the Ku Kl?t acts of Congress. This has
been undertaken in order that ample justice
may be dono, and to the end that the consti?
tutional questioas involved may be con?
sidered. This is deemed a public duty. In
order to carry out this purpose, it is neces?
sary to raise the sum of $15,000. Your county
has* been assessed $3000, which you will
please raise.-and transmit to Columbia to the
committee in charge.
WADU HAMPTON, 1
M. C. BUTLER, |
J. B. PALMER, I
J. P. THOMAS, [ Committee.
S. L. LEAPHART. I
JOHN MCKENZIE, J
To Major T. 6. BARRER and General JAMES
CONNER. Cnarleslon 3. C.
Accompanying the circular is the following
Gentlemen- Please have several lists for
subscription prepared and placed in the hands
of different parties so as to xaise this money
as quickly as possible.
WADE HAMPTON, ? For
M. C. BUTLER, j Com'tee.
. General Conner and Major Barker have ac?
cordingly issued thc following call for a meet?
ing to be held to-day:
Thc undersigned having been called upon
by the signers of the above circular to raise
the sum of three thousand dollars from the
County of Charleston, ask the assistance of all
who sympathize) with the good men who
have been dragged from their nomes and ille?
For the purpose of organizing the proper
measures for raising the amount required, a
meeting ol' such sympathizers will be held
this day at 12 M., at thc hall of the Bank of
Charleston. JAMBS CONNER,
THEODORE G. BARKER.
-Wg hope that the meeting will be a large
one so that the sum required can be obtained
at once. It must not be forgotten that the
Ku Klux law strikes at the very foundations
of our civil liberty, and if allowed to continue
in operation will make the United States as
miserable a despotism as that of Russia or
Ashantee. The validity of the law must be
tested in the highest court of the lantL, This
we owe to the unfortunates who have been
arrested, and to ourselves and to our posteri?
ty. We need not say that the members of the
South Carolina bar could not, whatever their
fame, speak in tones which would reach the
ears of the people of the North. It ls absolute?
ly necessary that the counsel for the defence
be gentlemen whom the whole country re?
spects, and who cannot be charged wi th ?in un?
due leaning toward the 8outh. They will be
able to show the people the abuses and wrongs
to which our people are subjected. It was ex?
pected by the government, no doubt, that the
trials here would a'tract no more attention
than those in Raleigh. No wonder, then, that
the accused are convicted before they were
arraigned. No wonder that Attorney-General
Akerman, in a speech delivered In Brooklyn,
a short time since, dared to say:
In the County of York, ninety men were in
prison, and he felt morally certain that not
one of them who had been arrested but had
been engaged more or less in the unlawful acts.
These men would remain ia prison until the
latter part of ibis month, as by that time the
United States C.rcult Cjurt would meet, and
they .would be tried by an impartial jury.
They are to be convicted, and some would be
fined; some would be imprisoned; some sent to
Ute Penitentiary, and some WOULD BK HUNG.
We need say no more to show the urgent
necessity of seconding, heartily and promptly,
the movement which Hampton and Butler
THE REAL ESTATE MARKET.-The especial
attention of ah who think of investing in city
real estate ls Invited to the opportunity pre?
sented In the sale of vacant Io's and houses
by Mes?r>. Leitch & Bruns, to toke place this
morning. See advertisement.
JUST RECEIVED, a handsome assortment of |
Furs, at Plengc's, No. 201 King street.
ENGLISH SADDLES^- For sale, 24 fine English
Saddles and 100 McClellan Saddles. Will be
sold low to close consignment. John Com?
mins, No. 308 King street, above Wentworth.
FURCUGOTT, BENEDICT A Co., No. 244 King
street, sell 50 pieces Irish Silk Poplin and 25
pieces of Japanese Silk for 90 cents, worth
REMOVAL.-John Commins has removed
from No. 131 Meeting street to No. 308 King
street, five doors above Wentworth. Good
substantial Shoes kept as usual.
BILL HKADS printed on Une paper at $3, $4,
$5, $6 50 and $8 50 per thousand, according
to size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
IP YOU want a durable winter suit
Menke & Muller, No. 325 King street.
FOR A GOOD AND CHEAP BLANKET, go to
Furchgott, Benedict & Co., No. 244 King
FOR THE BEST STYLES of Sashes, Bows and
Scarfs, go^to Furchgott, Benedict <fc Co., No.
?4-) King street.
TUE SINGER SEWING MACHINES.-"Will they
let you take a Singer Sewing Machine on
trial ?" "Certainly ! Didn't you know that ?"
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
is now prepared to furnish good envelopes,
with business cards printed thereon, at $4
per thousand. 8cnd your orders. Every
merchant and business man should have his
card printed on his envelopes.
^???F~C^LNN0T BUY" 1T?
FOT. SIGHT IS PRICELESSII
The DIAMOND GLASSES, manufactured by J. E.
SPENCER A co.. New York, which are now oOered
to the public, are pronounced by all the celebrated
Opticians of the world to be the most Perfect, Na?
tural Artificial help to the human eye ever known.
They are ground under their own supervision,
from minute Crystal Pebbles, melted together,
and derive their name, "Diamond," on account
uf their hardness and brilliancy.
The scientific principle on which they are con
B:ruc ted brings the core or centre of the lens di
redly in front of the eye, producing a clear and
distinct vision, as in the natural, healthy sight,
and preventing all unpleasant sensation.'!, such a?
glimmering an?*, wavering of sight, dizziness, Ac
peculiar to all others In use.
They are mounted in the finest manner, lc
frames of the best qtality, of all materials used
fL r that purpose. Tneir limsa and durabUity can
CAI'TION.-None genuine unless bearing their
;rade mark stamped on every frame.
Dealer in Watches. Jewelry.
Sterling SUverware and Optical Goods,
No. 307 King street.
oc:3l-stuthiyr Charleston, S. C.
?rano pri'e Distribution.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA
FOR THE PROMOTION OF IMMIGRATION TO THE SOUTH,
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO., Agents'
CJEUkM^ESTOlV, ?. Cm
A SERIES OF CONCERTS WILL BE GIVEN
UNDER THE ATiPICES OF TUB
South Carolina State Agricultural and Mechanical Society,
At thc Academy of Music, Charleston, S. C.. commencing January 8,2872. at wMien Drawings will
take place and Distributions made to Ticket-Holders of the emire Academy of Music Building, at
Charleston, S. 0., and ca-h In various amounts making In all TWO THOUSAND FOCR HCNDltED
AND FIVE GIFTS, estimated at $600,000.
150,000 SEASON TICKETS OF ADMISSION,
AT FIVE DOLLARS EACH.
ALL ORDERS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. For references and fall particulars send for
The Drawing of this Great Southern Enterprise will be conducted ander the Burpervlslon of tbe fol?
lowing well known gentlemen:
General A. R. WRIGHT, of Georgia. Colonel B. H. RUTLEDGE, of Som h Carolina.
General BRADLEY T. JOHNSON, or Virginia. Hon. ROGER A. PRIOR, of New York.
Remittances can be made to ns, and the Tickets will be sent by Return Mail, by
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.,
CHARLESTON, 8. C
Oener? M. C. BUTLER, JOHN CHADWICK. General M. W. GARY.
Tickets can be procured of E. SEBRING & CO., and J. L.
MOSES, General Agents, No. 34 Broad street.
Soots ano Styois.
QHASE A COTTINO,
BOOT, SHOE AND TRUNK STORE,
Ko. 215 KINO STREET,
OPPOSITE THE WAVERLY HOUSE.
The subscribers would Inform their friends and
the public that they have established a BOUT,
SHOE AND TRUNK STORK at No. 24? RINO
STREET, two doora south of Beanfaln street, op?
posite the Waverly House.
They will keep on hand a well selected stock of
the best manufactures, and pledge themselves to
sell at aa low rates ai can be secured at any simi?
lar establishment m the city. Please give them a
P. A. CHASE,
Formerly with T. M. BrlstoU A Co.
DAVIU S. C?1TINO,
Formerly with Wm. G. Whllden A Co.
N. B.-Particular attention given to country
JgDITOR DAILY NEWS.
GBNTLKHIN-Please announce through your
WHAT IS TO THE INTEREST OF ALL TO KNOW,
that from this day forward there will be a great
reduction In the prices of
FINE BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, OAR
PET and COURIER BAGS, SATCHELS, Ac,
Ac, at No. 121 Meeting street.
NOTICE I NOTICE!
Now In stock a foll Une or GENT'S SPORTING
and CAVALRY BOOTS. Special attention la can?
ed to the-PRINCE ALEXIS" HUNTING BOOT
Cable Screw Wire Sewed.
Sold at a small margin of profit by
NC 121 Meeting street
LADIES, MISSES, CLILDREN, BOYS AND
will find In their Department a fine selection of
STAPLE AND DRESS BOOTS, SHOtS AND
GAITERS. Sold low by
No. 121 Meeting street.
NOTICE TO PEDESTRIANS.
The "OLD GENT'S SHOE," jost received, made
of best material to order.
The flt ls good, easy and stylish.
Sold only at EDWARD DALY'S,
No. 121 Meeting street.
LN THE DRESS DEPARTMENT FOR
My stock ls complete, comprising all that ls NEW,
DURABLE and FASHIONABLE, great pains has
been taken with a view to flt and flntsh.
HAND AND CABLE-SEWED FRENCH CALF,
GLOVE-TOP AND CREOLE GAITERS, BROGANS
Besides alway a in stock my
INIMITABLE .FRENCH CALF HAND-SEWED
that met with auch rapid sale aU spring and sum
mer. The prices you know.
Call at EDWARD DALY'S,
No. 121 Meeting street,
novn-wfmimo On the Bomevard.
CORKSB BROAD STBSBT AND EAST BAT.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at publishers' lowesi
cash rates for ALL PAPERS lu the United States.
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL.
More than 350 Different Modifications.
FOR THE BEST ALARM MONEY DRAWER
FAIRBANKS & CO.,
No. ?5? Broadway, New York.
FAIRBANKS) BROWN & CO.,
No. 118 Milk Street, Boston.
For sale by HART ?fe CO.,
sep26-tuf4mos Charleston, S. C.
FINE FRENCH EXTRACTS FOR THE
For aale, lr. quantities to snit purchasers, by
DR. ll. BA ER,
may25 No. 131 Meeting street.
g A X T O N HOUSE
BEAUFORT, 9. C.
Tola House, situated on Bay street, command?
, one view of
md many of the Sea islands. Tue travelling
inbllc will find here a desirable and
md the invalid wm find no better or more health
Ul climate on the
o spend the winter. The House ia within five
ni o utes ' walk or Steamboat, and fl rteen minutes
valk of Railroad communication. A good
ias just been added to the House.
Western Union Telegraph Office on first floor.
M. li. KIMO MAN,
ISITOBS TO G HABLESTON
SHOULD BE SURE TO STOP
D?RING THEIR STAY IN THE CITY.
Thu elegantly appointed HOUSE, which waa
:emporarlly cloted during the prevalence of the
'ever, has now been reopened after having un
lergone many important improvements with a ]
new to the increase J comfort of the guests.
Mr. D.C. BURNE IT, Proprietor of the Ottawa
Bouse, Montreal, Canada, will, In connection
frith Mr. PARKER, conduct the MILLS HOUSE In
i style second to that of no Hotel la the country.
Drno.0, Rem?ralo, Sft.
ROSAD ALIS is the best Blood
ROSADALIS, a sure cure for
ROS AP ALIS, endorsed by
ROS AD ALIS, a potent remedy
ROS AD ALIS, a Remedy tried
ROSAD ALIS, the best Altera?
ROSADALIS endorsed by the
UT. R. WILSON CARR, of Baltimore.
Dr. T. C. PUGH, of Baltimore.
Dr. THOS. I. BUYKIN, of Baltimore.
Ur. A. DUROAN. of Tarboro'. N. C.
Dr. J. S. SPARKS, of Nicholasvile, Ky.
UT. A. F. WHEELER, of Lima, Ohio.
Dr. W. HOLLOWAY, of Philadelphia.
Dr. J. L. McCARTUA, of South Carolina
and many otnera. See ROSADALIS ALMANAC
?ndoraed by Kev. DABNEY BALL, now of Mary
and conference, formerly Chaplain In the Con
ederate Army of Northern Virginia.
KO-A DA LIM
B Alterative, Tonic and Diuretic, and acta at
one and the same time upon the BLOOD, LIVER
KIDNEYS and ail the SECRETORY ORGANS, ex?
peinas a'.l impure matter and building up the
system to a healthy, vigorous condition
IS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
?OWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, ) Wholesale
GOODRICH. WISEMAN A CO., J / gents la
Dr. U- BAER, ) charleston
3lnc?ion BaUt- S I) it Das
. By WM. McK W.
SHOP GOODS, FURNITURE, GLASS
THIS DAY, (Fridat ) at 10 o'clock, at No. 140
Meeting street, will be s >id,
Lots or SHOP GOODS, Trimmings, Braids,
Laces Bottons, Prints, Checquered Boards,
Undershirts and D'awtr?. Handkerchief?, Ac.
Also'Door an t Window SASHES, lot Household
Furniture and Carpeting, lot Loose Crockery, one
om ce Desk, ene Scale, and a large lot or Sundries.
'terms ca h. All articles io bo removed this
By MILES DRAKE.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
THIS MORNING, at io o'clock, I wlil 6ell at
my store, corner Ring and Li berty streets,
A One line ol Men's and Boys' BOOTS, Balmo
rals. i ongress. Malakoff. Jersey Ties, Brogans,
English Ties. Bluchers. Women's Ca r, Kip and
Seme Balmorals. Polish and Congress, Misses'
and Children's shoes, in great variety.
Men's and Boy*' Wool and Felt HATS, or all
styles and colora. nov24
By W. ?. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
TWO STORY ROW OF DWELLINGS,
North side or Borgard street, between Rose
Lane and Rutledge Avenue. Also, Vacant Lois.
Will be sold THIa DAY, tise 24th matant, at
ll o'clock, at the old PoBtofflce
The fallowing Real Estate,viz:
That row or TWO STORY WOODEN DWELL?
INGS, five In number, known as Noa. 6, 8, io, 12
and 16, situated on the North aide or Borgard
street, opposite Sires, near Rutledge Avenue.
Each Dwelling contains three (3) rooms, and
ki'chen attached. Lots measure, each, 27? feet
Iront, by 44? reet In depth.
Those eight vacant Lots adjoining the above
described property to the West.
Lott, measure each, in Iront, facing said row,
2"H teer, by 44? feet In depth.
Those two desirable Lots situated on the South
side or Line street, between Laurel and Coming
streeis, next Weat or Nunan's Row. measuring
each m front 40 feet, by 93 reet in depth.
Those tbVee line Lots on the South side of Ham p
atead Mall, near the City Hospital; said property
races the Mall. Each lot measuies 33 feet iront,
by 200 feet in depth.
Those three Lots on the West side or Aiken
street, adjoining the Colored Burial Grouud, open?
ing on Hampstead Mall. Eaou measuring 32 feet
frunt, by 97 feet in depth.
Those two desirable Lots on the West side of
King Birt et, second South or City Railway Depot.
Each 31 leet fron t, by 105 feet In depth.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay ns for papers
and stamps. nov24
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
DWELLING No. 41 REID STREET,
east or Meeting street.
THIS MORNING, 24th Instant, at ll o'clock, will
be sold at eaat end or Br.ad street,
The above WOODEN DWELLING, containing 4
tquare rooms, with gas fixtures throughout, f
piazzas and small kitchen attached. Tne Build
mg has not been used since lt was finished. Lot
about se? by 66 reet, more or less. ?
Terms-Hair cash; balance In one and two
Sears with interest semi-annually, secmred by
ond and mortgage. Building to be insured and
policy assigned. Purchaser to pay R. M. M. A
Bro. for papers and stamps. nov24-tuthf?
SHrirtt ano inmittjing Qtaoot.
IN THE SOUTH.
ALL-WOOL SHAKER FLANNEL
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
WITH THE VERY LATEST NOVELTIES IN
ELEGANT NECK WEAR,
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Opposite the Market,
H E I L LET '#S
PARIS KID GLOVEc
EVERY PAIE WARRANTED.
These Gloves will be taken back, even alter
wear, lor any imperfections, such as tearing cr
(Paris, 20 Rue de la Paix.
London, 63 Regent street.
New York. 929 Broadway.
Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A 00.,
nov3-6mos Sole Agents lor Charleston.
MENKE & MULLER,
NO. 323 KING STREET,
Invite attention to their large and splendid
STOCK OF CLOTH,
O L O T HI ]V Gr,
FURNISHING GOODS, &C.
READY MADE SUITS lor all ages, from the
smallest boy to the largest man.
DresB and Business Suits or all descriptions.
Elegant overcoats, Pea Jackets, Derby and
Plain Sack Suits, Flue English Walking Coats and
Suits or all colors, Single and Double Breasted
Black Frock Coats, Black Doeskin and Fancy Cas?
hmere Dress Pants, Velvets, M.ks, Cloth, Castor
Beaver and Cassimere vests, manufactured
under our own observation, we are iherelore
sure or a good flt and durable work.
Is supplied willi the finest selection or BROAD?
CLOTHS, Doeskins, Castor Beavers, Chinchilla
Diagonals, Meltons, and all styles or Casslmeres
ror Buslnes Suite. Velvets, SUM, Plush and Cash?
mere Vestings. And a variety ol hands me Pan?
taloon Patterns, which we make up to order by
measure at tho shortest not ic, and guarantee
first class and proper workmanship.
This Department ls supplied with the celebrated
STAR SHIRTS, Imported and Domestic Merino
Shaker Flannel, All-Wool Underwear Goods, Hair
Hose, suspenders. Handkerchiefs, Linen and
Paper Cuds and Co lare, Imperial, Alexander and
Courvoisicr's Kid Gloves and a lu 1 assortment
or Buckskin. Dogsk:n,:Beavcr and Cass. Gloves.
And a very large assortment or Silk, Alpaca and
Scotch Ginsham Water-Prool  Umbrellas.
Our Stock has been selected with the greatest
care, and prices marked very low in plain ligures.
Our motto ls quick salea and small profits, fair
dealings. Goods may be returned ll not satisfac?
tory. Buyers in our line will find lt to their ad?
vantage to give us a call. octi9-3mos
m J. A. ESSLO W & co.
UNDERWRITER'S SALE OP IBON
un Monday next, th; 27th i nat., in Bonded
Warehouse, ?1 lott 8 reet, at li o'clock,
Abont (3,coi three thousand bundles of "Eu
ieka" IRON COTTON T ES,
Damaged on the voyage of Importation from
Liverpool to charleston, and sold for the benefit
)f whom lt may concerns_nov2?
COUNTY OF MARLBORO'.-W. H.
EVANS, Trustee, vs. A. B. u EN AG AN et al
ludgmens for Foreclcaure and Sale.
In obedience to a Judgment in the above stated
?ase, I will rell at Bcnnetmvllle, in Marlboro'
:ounty, on ihe FIRST-to ONDA Y In December
lex;, to the highest bidder, ?
A certain PLANTA l ION OR TRACT OF LAND,
iltuate and lying In Marlboro' County, near
;ashua Ferry, on the Great Peedee River, con
alniag by estimation fourteen hundred and sixty
me acres, belcnglng to the estate of the later.
Jo vernor B. K. Henagan. The Tract has suitable
m provenants opon it, several hundred acre? of
ipen land cultivated for a number of yeaia, and
a Lonsidei e t or.e of the best cotton Plan atlons
m the Peedee River.
Terms or sale-Cash enough to pay the cost and
xp> uses of sale and one-third of the purchase
uoney, and the balance of purchase money to be
laid in two equal annnal instalments, with inter
st from day of sale, payable annually, until the
rhole amount ia paid, and to be secured by bond
>f the purchaser, with two or more good and aur?
aient sureties, and mortgage of the premises,
'urchaser to pay for titles and stamps.
J. L. EASTERLING, S. M. C.
Bennettsviile, E. C., November 10,187L
PATSY BROOKS, ET AL, VS. F. C.
JONES, Executor, et al.
By virtue or an order of the Hon. Jud? J Ora
tam, made In this case, I-will sell at Public Auc
lon, near the Exchange, east end of Broad
treet, on TUESDAY, the 12ih December next,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the two and a half
tory Dwelling, Shop and Outbuildings, situate
m the east a de of Meeting atreet, m the City
if Charleston, next touthof the Foundry of the
ate w. a. Henerey, measuring in front on Meet
jg atreet 80 feet by 148 feet in depth, mare or
ess. Bounding north on Lands of the late W. 8.
?enerey. south on a Lot DU m be red 9 in apian of
.ands of the late Robert Swetolse, now or late or
Villis, and weat on Meeting street. ?
Terms-One-half cash; balance In one year,
T nh Utterest from day of sale, payable annually,
ecu red by bond of the purchaser and mortgage
if tue premises. Buildings to be Insured and
lolicy assigned. WM. J. GAYfiR,
FIRST-CLASS RIVER-BOTTOM LAND
In a high and healthy part of the State for
ale, with Floor, Grist and saw Mills, Cotton Gin
md Taresher, and a success!u: stand for a Coon
Will be sold JCT partition, to the highest tid?
ier, at Spartanborg, s. c., on the first MONDAY
n January, 1872, if not previously contracted for
it private sale,
The well known Plantation of CAMPO BELL A,
>elonglng to the Estate of. the late Major H. J?
Jean, containing 1341 acres.
lt la situated on the great thoroughfare be
ween fpartanburg, & C., and Asheville, n. c..
eventeen miles north of Spartanbnrg, and. -
wenty-nve mues northwest of Greenville and
Ive miles irom Gowanavlue.
The place ls one or the mott desirable) In the up
:ountry, belog unsurpassed (or health, and ai
noat unequalled lor the quantity and quality or
ts Reed-Bottom to be m a heal hy locality, wita
rood Milla,' bringing an immediate and never
alli cg return for the capital Invested-having 2iO
teres of best Reed-Bottom m one body, within ene
ence, in a high state of cultivation, never having
ailed even lu seasons of greatest drought t J bring
igood crop, while the land- ta constantly Improv
ng, and the whole well ditched and drained.
loo acres or ben Creek-Bottom, rrefcb. an4 un?
The remainder of the Tract la well wooded, in
>riglnal growth, and no green timber has been,
:ut on the place m sixteen yean.
Tuere are flve Settlements on the place, suitable
'or tenants, and ample materials of both wood
iud stone are In sight of the Saw M UL
The Flour and Grut Milla are wen built, Ant
itory of stone-baa three seta of bolting cheat?,
bree run of mill atones, ?nd make sa good flour
is any made sooth of Baltimore. They nave been
?ebuiit, aa well aa the Saw MRI. within a few
reara, and all have a good ron or custom. The
lear completion of the Air-Line Railroad will add
o their value.
The Mills will be contracted for separately (as
ilso the Lands in lota to suit purchasers,) at pri?
mate sale. .
Terms-Cash la preferred; but if more conve?
nient to purchasers, lt will be sold for one-half
;ash-one fourth in six months, and one-fourth in
welve months, with interest from day of sale,
md bond and mortgage to secure the pay m on t or
ihe same. Title indurputable.
Persons wishing to examine the place will be
il rec ted at the Min to Henry F. King, ESQ.. or
iV miara j. Wc Iden on the place. Any Information
lei ired can be obtained by applying personally at
ipartanborg Courthouse to Edward J.- Dean, or
Jr C. E. Fleming-or by letter to the Executrix,
MRS. MARY OWEN DEAN. _
novs-ra LOCK BOX 29, Spartan borg, 8. C
OFFICE OF THE SAVANNAH AND
CHARLESTON, S. C., November 22,1871.
On and after WBDNSBDAY. November 22, the
Paseen ger Trains on thia Road win run as folio wo :
.eave Charleston dally.8.28 P. M.
.lr ri ve at Savannah dani.;.9.16 P. M.
Leave savannah dally.ILK P. H.
irr. ve at Charles td* dally.6.86 A. M.
Leave Charleston, Sondayaexcepted.. 8.80 A. IL
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted. 6.00 P. M.
Leave Savana ah, Sondaya excepted... A 00 A. IL
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exe'ted. 6.00 P. M.
Freight forwarded dally on through billa of lad?
ing to points in Florida and by Savannah line of
steamships to Beaton. Prompt dispatch given to
ireigns for Beaufort sad points on Port Roy ?i
Railroad and at ss low rates sa by any other Uno.
Engineer sad Superintendent.
S. a BOYLSTON, Gen'l Ft. and Ticket Agent.
OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, 8. 0., June 8,1STL
On and after SUXDAT, June ll, the Passen?
ger Trains on the Sonta Carolina Railroad wi)'
run as follows:
L ?ve Charleston... 8.80 A. M.
Arrive at Augusts..4.25 F. M.
L?a ve charleston.8.20 A M.
Arrive at columbia.8.40 P. M.
% FOB CTJABUB3TOM.
Leave Augusts.~?. T.40 A. M.
Arrive at Charleaton.8.20 P. M.
Lia ve Columbia. 7.40 A. W.
Arrnve at Charleaton.8.20 P. M.
THRO CO H WILMINGTON TRAIN.
Leave Augusta.3.00 A. M.
Arrive at Ringville. 9.06 A.M.
Leave Ringville. L4S P. M.
Arrive at Augusta. 7.45 P.M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT BXTBISa.
Leave Charleston.~.s.80 P. %L
Arrive at Auguata. . T.06A AL
Luve Augusta.e.oo p. M.
Arrive at Charleaton.6.40 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT BURBS*.
Dave Charleston.7.10 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.8.00 A. M.
L ?ve Columbia.-.7.60 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.fi. 46 A M.
L ?avo Charleston.2.46 P. M.
Arrive a: Summerville..4.10 P. M.
L lave Summerville..7.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.16 A. M.
Lia ve Camden.AM A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.10.40 A. M.
Leave Columbia.M.L26 P. M.
Arrive at Camden-.e.oo P. M.
Day and Night Trains make close connections
at Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Central
Night lidln connects with Macon and Augusts
Columbia Night Tram connects with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad.
Camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ex
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
rans through to Columbia and returns on Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Satui days.
' AL.TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. PIC KENS. G. T. A_ISBlS
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
CHARLESTON, S. C., February ll, 1871.
Tra?na will ?eave charleston Dally at 6:80 A. M.
and e p. M.
Arrive at Charleston 7:80 A M. (Mondays ex
:epted) and 2:80 P. M.
Train does not leave Charleston 6 P. M., Sro*
Train leaving ? -.zo A. M. makes through oonneo*
lien to New York, vis Richmond and Acema
Creek only, going through in 40 hours.
Passengers leaving by 6P.M. Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY in Bal?
timore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain Sus*
DAY ta Wilmington, N. 0.
Thia ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to Cincinnati. Chicago and other points
West and Northwest, both Trams malting con?
nections at Washington with Western trama
ol Baltimore and a bio Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent,
P. L. CLIAPOB, General Ticket Agent.