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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON A CO.,
Na 140 East Bay. cnarleston. S.O.
23)* Sharif ?tsn gfewg.
FfilDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1871.
-Gold at New York yesterday closed at
-At New York cotton closed steady; up
landa.l?jc ; salea 3536 bales.
-The Liverpool cotton market closed
firm ; uplands 9jd. ; sales 18,000 bales.
The Chamber of Comm tr.e.
A special meeting of the Chamber of j
Commerce will be held at seven o'clock this
evening, at which meeting the Hbo. James
Chea nut and the Hon.'A. P. Aldrich, mem?
bers'of the Executive -Committee of the
Taxpayers' Convention, will, by invitation,
De present. We are sure that the members
of the Chamber will give these distinguished
gentlemen a cordial reception, and will be
glad to hear their Views upon the Important
q nee tiona which agitate the minds of the
people of the State.
The Promoter? of t he Polio e Bil !.
The principal promoters of what is known
as the Metropolitan Police bill are ex-Chief
ol Police Hendricks, ex-Detective Hernan?
dez and ex-Mayor Pillsbury. These three j
men appeal to the colored members of the j
General Assembly for the passage of a bill
whose only object is to give the trin a hour- j
some support at the public expense. They j
found- their, claims .upon their, devotion to j
Republicarr principle?, :and upon their love I
. for the colored man. It is easy, in their j
opinion, Jo -hoodwink, the .Legislature, and j
to p^harfe She Vemterscttrat the Police I
Ring are without reproach, cs citizens and
as po^Ucjans, We admit that they have I
grabbed &\ that they could,vand that thery
have a lively aejiseici fayprs. .to Mme.. And
we know that one of their number has shown
his affection for hiFdoaky sisters lp a way
which is not generally looked upon as the J
quintessence o? morality. Brit we remind
the L?gislature,tis*tl?official conduct oil
Hendricks, Hernandez and Pillsbury proves J
them to be unfit to hold any position of pub
On Friday night, September 29, Chief ol j
Police Hendricks and Detective Hernandez I
upon two poor wiOred' wVmeri. fernandez J
beat one of the colored women, Hannah
Deas, so brutally that she-ba3 not yet recov?
ered irom the injuries she received. The j
chargea against him, upon which he was
committed for trial, are: First, a^nlt and
battery upon HannahDeas; second, assault
and battery upon Virginia Turner; and
tbiru, as^Biraih latent te.ktfi and.assault
with ?cleanly weapVn dporr 'sam 'Baker.
Chief of PoUce Hendricks was_ present, dur?
ing the affray, aad Hannah r eas' and Vir?
ginia Tarter took oat warran J for his ar.-est j
on the charge of ase an lt SD , battery. Nor
did these two police officers vontent1 them?
selves with bruising and wounding the poor
colored women. These were taken to the
Guardhouse, and locked np un'.il morning,
on the pretence that they were ?sisting the
police. When this sad story was put lished
in THE NEWS, both Hendricks an i Hernan?
dez tried to explain away the lan aging
accusation. Their only excuse wa.* " .he in?
dolence of these girls," and the 6'iggestion
that "the character or these girls ' mado a
denial of their statements an rece; gary.
This was an aggravation of the off? ?nee. We j
say that the women who were goo 1 enough
to bei tbs companions of Hendricks and Her?
n?ndez, ate good^ehough to give A ^ftissosy
against them. Their very poverty and im?
purity rare only stronger claims upon the
protection of the law. And we contend that
ex-Mayor Pillsbury is equally guilty with
Hendricks and Hernandez. He was their
official superior. The charges against them
were suatalned by an array of proof which
would have convinced any mau who was not
wilfully blind. Yet Mayor Pillsbury took ho
steps to examine into the case, and retained
Heedricks as his trusted adviser up to the
last moment of his official term. We sup?
pose that "the character of these girls"
made 1t unnecessary, in Mayor M ls bary's
opinion, to give heed to their complaints.
-There are members of the Legislature
now in Columbia who know that what we
have writtea is trna. They have official
knowledge of the facts. Will they advocate
'the passage of a bill which will give Hen?
dricks and Hernandez the power to do every
night, without let or hindrance, what they
did on the night of the 29tii September?
Gan any colored member of the Legislature
face his wife aad children, with a clear con?
science, If he votes to restore to office men
who make their official position an excuse
for beating and abusing the desolate and
the poor ? By their conduct in regard to the
Mttxopolitan Police bill the members of the
General Assembly will show what regard
they have for the safekeeping and just treat?
ment of their colored constituents. They
cannot eva 'e the responsibility which cir?
cumstances have placed upon them.
A writer rn the Savannah Nevo? has com
?piled, from the official report of the Super?
intendent o? the Censos, a statement or the
assessed valuation of property, and of the
amount of* taxation, in eleven Southern
States, in 1870, as compared with 1860. The
j ftseetsed valuation of all property, including
I slaves, at the two periods was as follows: ?
1 Alabama.$ 156,770,387 $ 432.197,76ft
Arkansas. 94,168,843 180,211,330
Florida. 32,480,843 68,929,685
Georgia. 227,219,519 618,232,387
Louisiana.-. :. 254,371.890 433,787,265
Mississippi. 177,288.892 509,472,912
Nortb Carolina... 130,378,622 292,297,602
South Carolina... 183,913,337 487,319,128
Tennessee........ 254,673,792 382,496,200
Texas. 149,734,929 267,792,335
Virginia. 365,439,617 657,021,336
Decrease in assessed value.*2,305,3H>,269
The State and County taxation, at the two
periods, is shown in the following table:
1870. 1860. '
Alabama.$ 1,477,014 $ 530,107
Arkansas. 950,894 241,633
Florida.:.. 234,672 80,938
Georgia. 875,154 381,667
Leu'siana. 2,100,999 2,486,932
Mississippi. 1,118,067 398,821
North Carolina. 1.160,413 543.643
South Carolina........ 1,316,943 518.799
Tennessee. 514,364 465,182
Texas. 589,363 298,859
Virginia. 2,475,742 2,228,875
Increase in State tax?
1870." . 1860.
Alabama.$ 1,122.971 $ 300,474
Arkansas. 1,738,760 285,7.73
Floridai... 168,389 74,425
Georgia. 904,800 283,3C5
Louisiana.. 4,109,999 440,138
Mississippi. 2,299,696 384,9'S
North Carolina. 923,604 255,4x8
South Carolina. 575,005 55,506
Tennessee. 1,302,836 330,034
Texas. 311,480 208,053
Virginia. 841,090 488,091
Increase in county
It appears that the war cost the Southern
-States no less than twenty-three hundred
and five million dollars, but the jew govern?
ments which the Reconstruction acts fast?
ened upon the South promise to be more
su rel j' destructive than the shock of battle
. and tbs emancipation of the slaves. The
State taxation is increased one-half, while
tiie' taxable property is reduced one-half.
Taking the taxation as one-fifth of one per
cent, in 1860, tt?lhrpe-fifths of one percent,
in 1870. And the county taxation is worse;
I It was less than one ten?i of one per cent.
ls I860, and it is seven-tenths ot one per
cent, in 1870.
i - Tho State of South Carolina is a fair case
in point While the value of the taxable
property is reduced from $487,000,000 to
$183,000,000, the total taxation is increased
from $574,305 to $1,891,948. The taxation
ls trebled while more than one-half of the
taxable property is swept away. Potting it j
in another shape, a farmer or merchant |
worth $100,000, in i860, paid Stale and
county taxes amounting, in round numbers,
to $100. In 1870 the farmer or merchant ls
worth less than $50,000, and he is required
to pay 1 axes amounting, in round numbers,
The figures are not ours upon which these
statements are based. They wHI appear in
the report of the Congressional Ku-KInx
Committee, and are, io themselves, a terri?
ble exhibit of the rascality of the carpet-bag
governments of the South.
MIS^^^VTlNSTON'i SGUOOL, FOR
young lau ie? ?nd children, northwest cor?
ner ur Meeting and Society streets.
MISS DELLA. TORRS, HAVING BE
TO KN EU io the City, will resume her LES?
SONS lat -French. ItaUan, Drawing and Painting,
either at the Schools or tn Private Classe??. Minia?
tures on Porcelain or Ivory promptly executed.
For terms, app.y at Ko? e Aiken's Kow.
MESDAMES GIRARD AND ALEXAN?
DER have resumed the Exercises of their
VAX SCHOOL, at No. 83 Bull Street.
Mrs. ALEXANDER will open her DANCING
ACADEMY on ?th December. Afternoon and
Night Classes, for the present, wiH be formed at
her residence as above, where applications for
term?, 4c, may be made. ?rees every foi might.
MRS. HOPSON PINCKNEY'S BOARD?
ING and DAY 8CUOOL, for young ladles,
Mo. ?8 Hisel street. nov2l
P. J. BARBOT,
TEACHER OF PIANO ANO ORGAN.
. Pupils taught at their own residences, or at her
residence, corner of Smith and Montague streets,
ED BY THE
GREAT CHICAGO TEST.
The rouowmg first-class Companies are offered
sa security to all who desire to obtain value re?
ceived for money paid m premiums on Fire in?
JBTNA, OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Assets, Jnly 1st, 1871, as follows:
Cash Capital..'. $ 3, ooo, c
Cash Surplus. 3,047,378-$6.047,373
Losses by Chicago fire less than. 2,000. ooo
Income received during 1870.$3,972,894
tv HARTFORD, OF HAFTFORD, OONN.
Cash Assets, October let, 1871, as follows:
Cash Surplus. 1,785,877~$2I785,877
Losses by Chicago Ure eas than. 1.200,000
A. H. HAYDEN, Agent,
NO. 272 Kilto STREET.
tar J. L. HONOUR, Sab-Agent, East Bay.
pianos, GPrgaits, Ut.
glEGLINQ'S MUSIC STORE.
(ESTABLISHED IN 1819.)
Now on hand, and for sale, a large and varied
assortment of PIANO FORTES, of approved good
makers, new and second-hand. Also CABINET
ORGANS and Musical Merchandise generally;
together with the latest an t most fashionable
Music constantly receiving. PIANO FORTES to
Hire, Tuned, Repaired and tt-ken in exchange.
Apply corner King and Beanfaln Btreets. in rear
Of Old stand, third door. HENRY SIEGLlNG.
t?fltctita, JexDtirrj, Ut.
A~L L ^ftAOK ?TITO.,
Nos. 56?and 567 BROADWAT, N. Y.,
oller for the HOLIDAYS the most complete and
best selected assortment of the following Gooda
to be found m the city:
DIAMOND AND GOLD JEWELRY
Watches for Ladies and Gen: lernen
Sterling Silver Table Ware
Brontes, Antique and Modern
Marble and Bronte ClockB
FANCY GOODS GENERALLY
^BP^TEffi R?LATIYES Ard^RIRNife
of Mrs. ROSE BROWN, ?ad hereon, ^ F. Parrar,
also of Mri. Martha Navy, are respectfully invited
to attend the Funeral Services of the former, at
the Mission Presbyterian Church, in George
street^ at 3 o'cock THIS AFTSRNOON precisely r"
decs * -
pgr* THE FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT-"
ANGE8 of Miss R. Di LA MOTTA and Miss Can
! ter are respectfully requested to attend the Fune?
ral of the former, from ber late residence, Ko. M
Broad street at io o'c. o ct THU MORNING, without
further invitation. deco-*.
fort, S. 0 , on the 11th February, 1871, GEORGE
PASSONS ELLIOTT, In the 64th year of bia age. and,
on 2-Jd November, his wife. MARY BOWER t LL;OTT,
in her ?lst year. . *
PARSER.-Died, in this city on the 4th Novem?
ber, 1871, MissSAHAH E. PABKER, aged 69years.
DRAVTON.-Died, of typhoid fever, at Green?
ville c. H., s. C., on 2d December, 1871, ROBERT |
D. P. DRAYTON, aged 22 years and two months,
youngest son of the late Dr. Charles Drayton, ot
CHARLESTON, from New TOTE, are notified that,
she ls THIS DAT discharging cargo at Adger'a
Sooth Wharf. Goods not called for at BUL set will
remain on the wharf at owners' risk.
JAMES ADO ER A CO.,
decs 1_ Agenta.
^-SPECIAL NOTICE-TO THE
LADIES OF CHARLESTON : The DIAMONDS,
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWELRY to be Baffled
by the CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIA?
TION, ia pnbl c. on SATURDAY, THE 23n OF
DECEMBER instant, can be seen In the Second
Story of No. 117 MEETING STREET, opposite
Charleston Hotel, from io o'clock toi o'clock
each day. There ls a Private Entrance from the
street to the Exhibition Room.
The DIAMONDS consist; or ?9ts of Earrings and
Breastpins, and Rings, Bracelets, Fine Gold
I Watches and Opera Chains, Ao. Gentlemen's
Gold Watches (Stem-winders) and Chains. All
the goods are warranted to be of the first quality,
and say Jeweller can examine them as to their
genuin ru-ss and quality. The Diamonds are rich
and lar je, and set In the latest style, and have
just bien imported for the Association by the cele?
brated Importing Jewellers "LABMOUR A .CO.,"
of Baltimore City.
CERT1F CATE CHANCES only ONE DOLLAR,
au-lean be purchased at the Room where the
Goods are. ?
The Ladles are respectfully invited to call and
examine these Beautiful Goods. A lady will be in
attendance t J exhibit the Goods._deoT-15
pm* NOTICE-ALL PERSONS ARE
hereby cautioned against harboring or trusting
any of the crew of the British Ship" "City of nail
fax," Ca mm m per, Master, as no debts of their
contracting will be paid by Master or Consignee,
pm* THE CHARLESTON CHARITA?
BLE ASSOCIATION, FOR THE BENEFIT O F THE
FREE SCHOOL FUND.-OFFICAL RAFFLED
CLASS Na 2^4-MORNING.
71-49- 1-75-63-11- 7-18-60-66-70- 7?
CLASS No. 235-EVKNIKO.
AB witness our band at Charleston this 7th day
of December, 1871. FENN PECK, ,
^OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURER,
FIRE-PROOF BUILDING, CHARLESTON, S. 0.,
NOVEMBER Cru, 1871.-The Boots of the Treasu?
rer of Chariest n County will be .opened on the
2oth day of November, 1871, for the receipt of
TAXES due the State and County for the year
The penalty of twenty.per cent, provided by
aw will be added to all Taxea remaining unpaid
on the 15th day or Jannary, 1872.
The rate or taxation for the year 1871 ia as fol
IMAIIl,X?aC*pCT*WBteM...............IT. ... I
county Tax per centum.S mills.
Poll Tax per capita.$ 1 00
nov8-lmo ; Treasurer Oharleaton county.
pm* CLEAR AND HARMLESS AS WA?
TER-NATTA NS'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR
TBE HAIR.-A perfectly clear preparation in one
bottle, aaeaally apph^l as water, for restoring to
gray hale its natural color and youthful appear?
ance, to eradicate and prevent da nd ru rr, to pro?
mote the growth of the bair and stop its falling
ont. It is entirely harmless, and perfectly free
from any poisonous sub: tance, and will therefore
tate the place of all the dirty and unpleasant
preparations now in use. Numerous testimonia s
have been sent us from many of oar most promi?
nent cuzens, some of which are subjoined. In
every th lo g In wale "i the articles now m ase are
objectionable, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY ls perfect.
It ls warranted to contain neither Sugar of Lead,
Sulphur or Nitrate of Silver, it does not soil fe
clothes cr scalp, ls agreeably perfumed, and
mites one or the b st dressings for the Hair ia
ase. lt restores the color of the Hair "more per?
fect and uniformly than any other preparation,-'
and always does so in from three to ten days,
virtually feed ic g. the not s of the Hair with all
the nourishing qualities necessary to Its growth
and healthy condition; lt restores the decayed
and induces a new growth or the Hair mere peel
tlvely than anything else. The application of
this wen terral discovery also produces a pleaaant
and cooling effect OD the scalp and gives the Hair
a pleasing and elegant appearance.
We call especial attention to t he fact that a
limited number of trial bottles will be given way
grata' tously to those wishing ro try lt. Yon will
notice that ia pursuing this course oar aim ls to
convince by the actual merits of .the article.
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. 0.
For sale by tbe Agent, DH. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
^BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-TRIt
SUPERB HAIR DYE is the best in the looria-per
lectly harmless, reliable and instantaneous. Nc
disappointment. No ridiculous tints or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine w. A. BATCHELORS HAIR
DYE produces IMMEDIATELY a splendid Black
or Natural Brown. Does not stain the s fem, but
leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The
uuiy Safe and Perfect Dye. Sold by all Drug?
gists. Factory No. 16 Bond street, New York..
Happy relier for Toing Men from the effects
of Errjrs and Abases tn early life. Manhood re?
stored. Nervous debility cared. Impediments
to Marriage removed. New method or treat
meut. New and remarkable remedies. Books
and Circalars seat free, la sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. octl2
migare, (Eobacco, &z.
0 N'T READ THIS
selling off, on account of closing business,
CIGARS, PIPES, TOBACCO, AC
The largest and best selected stock In the city at
cost, by L. LORENZT,
Corner Wentworth and King streets.
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paiusdmoooB 'miq oi popasixs sjapjo ns '?fl
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A"naej3uo3 idox &I ssaaisnq jo sun sn m saioivs
UB jo laouiuotBB ojoidmoo pas SAisusixa ur
joj 9iqsiin3 moi asiidans oi sacua TB nos uso
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AO HAQOg BUOOa XSHH? 'JSSUIS OUTS 016 'ON
OOOYflOI ONT HVDIO OSIH?LLOVirijrvH im
-aa WHY aivsaiOHAi NOisaiavHO
L~XCAN?EUB?OD8EN? 36, A F7M7
The Annual CommunUtion will be held
THIS (Friday) Evana*?, at Honers Lyceum, ot T
o'clock. By order of W. M.
^ decs_HENRY WAGNER, Secretary.
THE REGULAR WEE1LY MEETING
of Marlon Lodge No. 2, IO. O.P., will be
held THIS EVENING, at Odd Faows' Hall, corner
King and Liberty streets, at 7 clock. Candidates
for the ''Initiatory Degree" wi please be punc?
tual. ROB RT C. STARR.
decl-84? _ Secreiary.
HOOK AND LADDER OMPANY, No. 2.
Attend Regular Monthf Meeting or your
company, THIS EVENING, (thi 8th inst.,) at 7
o'clock. JOHN BURKE,
CHARLESTON CHAMER OF COM
MERCE.-A Special Medng ot the Chamber
wiiLbe held at 7 o'clock THIS Ermatte, at their
Hall at th? corner of East Ba'and Broad streets,
tor the transaction or bunine), and, alsj, to re?
ceive prominent members of tie Executive com?
mit tee ol the Taxpayers' conentlon now m the
By order. P. J. BARBOT,
WANTnD, A TEN^iT FOR TWO
neat rooms at No. tu wing street,
WANTED, A GOOI COOK. MUST
be weil recommended. Apply corner
Meeting and Charl ?tte atreeti_dec8-8?
WANTED, BOARD N A PRIVATE
family, by a single gntlemau; reference
given and expected. AddreasX. Y. Z., Charleston
fo.*-totnce.. ; . ' decB-l?
WANTED, A COOK, F)R THE STEAM?
ER Fannie, Savann.ti and Charleston
Railroad. None need apply ualesa competent.
Apply on board._dei 8-4?
WANTED, A" COMPITENT WHITE
WOMAN to COOK and rash for a family of
three pei sons; also, a Colore. Boy it or 14 years
of age. Appiy at No. ll Weuirorth stteu.
WANTED, A SITUATION, AS FIRST
class Cook or Housekeeper. Best of
rec mmenda.loae. Apply at.S'o. 58 Qjeen street.
WANTED, AN AGRVE, INTELLI?
GENT BOY, about 16 wie j ears of age
one who bas some knowlsdg, of the Dry Goods
Business preferred. Apply at the souihweat c->r
ner King and Calhoun atreetg._dec-5
WANTED, GENTLEMEN TO SAVE
FIFTY PER CENT, bj purchasing Shirts,
Collars, Ties, Hosiery, Glovei, Walking Canes,
Ac., at ARCHER'S BAZA A ft. decl-mW?3?
WANTED TO BUY OR BENT, A HOUBE\
containing S to 8 room*, and within five
min otes' walk to the Pos tom s. Address Box
No. 575. Charleston Postomce._nov28
WANTED EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that you can get a First-class SEWLN'Q
MauHlNE from LUNsFORD, bmlth street, near
went wot tn, cneaper than from any omer man tn
the city or State. Olva buna c?l and see for
IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF A SEWING
MACHINE, aee firat theHoME SHUTTLE, the
cheapest and beat, at BISSELL, No. SI Sasel
street, opposite Express Office. Price $25 to $37.
(feA MONTH, EXPENSES PAID,
NDUI I fj Male or. Female Agents.-Hore e and
outfit lurulahed to sell our UNIVERSAL CEMENT,
Combination Tunnel, Button Ho.e cutter and
other article*. Circulars tree. . Address Novelty
'Company, Saco, Me. ' novl4-78
WANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKET, b
In the Land and Immlgratlcn Associ?t ic r,
ot Mesara. BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARV A CO.
Tickets now ready. Will be glad to eeo my f rien at
at the ornee of Mr.EDWARD M. MORELAND,
Na 39 Broad street, EREN COFFIN, auo-Aguit,
magg_' _. " ,_
AGENTS WANTED !-FOR THE UNI?
VERSAL TWINE AND THKEAI) CUTTER;
eaves time, twine, thread. Hogers and teeth. Some?
thing everybody wants. Samples mailed on re?
ceipt of 26 CT.ta. Address GtOKQE DAVIS, No.
600 Broadway, New York. octso-suios
FOR SAL?7 ONE V?RY~FINE COW,
With two young CALVES, ten days old.
Apply at No. ll Vernon street._dec8-l?
FOR SALE, GOOD -HORSES AND
MULES. Also, some for plantation ose.
cheap. Apply at HOCKADAY'S Stables, Coluai
bus street._ ?_deo7-2mwf&?
-a ? aMiri-a, no. d3F KIHI? JSTKEET,"
J\. yoa con see fine MALAG GRAPES for 76o.
?pound; swett Florida Oranges 30c. a cozen;
Lemons ttfc, and nice apples -.?c. a dozen. Also,
lust in, HORSE RADISH and German SAUR
KRAUT. ' ' dec7-3
\1TJLES1 MULES 1 MULES 1 -JUST
IfJL arrived st-thi Kentucky Mule Lot, near
b'titilSToPHEK'S Stables, King street, a prime
lot of Young Plantation Moise. Low tor cash or
Factors'acceptance?. R. OAK M AN. dec7-3?
rR SALE; A No. 1 BOB8E, FIVE
years old, Harness, Dray and Ll enae. Ap?
ply st the corner of Meeting and Wooife streets.
rpHE CHEAPEST IS THE BEST I-GO
JL to KLEIN, No. 839 Ktng street, and get your
Dice FRUIT, or anything in that ?lue. Klein ls
nappy to please yon. Never mind li it cost a little
mof? or less-the best ls the cheapest. dec6
JOST ARRr?ED^-A LOT OF FINE
HORSES and HULKS tor sale, which win
nit cuy and country purposes. Prices from $60
to $U6. Apply corner King and Spring stieet
Stahles. HARHM A HOGAN. ,_deci-e?
FOR SALE, A SECOND-HAND ROCK?
AWAY. Also, alot of roofing Tin, Apply
at Tsa Niws ornoo._decs wa*
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS inlarge or small quantities, i
Prior 50 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at tte
oirice of THE NEWS. mavis
rTIO RENT, DWELLING OF FOUR
JL square rooms, with kPcnen and csfrn. No.
I Traptnann street, nortb or Broad. H. af. MAR?
SHALL A BRO., Real Estate Brokers, No. 33
FOR RENT, ARCHER'S COMMODIOUS
Hall and Club-Rooma. Also, comfortable
Rooms from $2 60 to $S per month. ARCHERS
TURPENTINE LANDS FOR RENT,
withing two hoars' sall or the city, on
Cooper River, with good landings, containing
2800 aerea or best Yellow Pine. For terms, apply
at No. 417 Klug street. .. decl-fmwo*
PLEASANT-ROOMS TO RENT IN A
choice neighborhood at No. ll Doughty.
street. Apply on the premises._novifi
STORE TO RENT.-STORE No. 203
EAST BAY, next door north of Cumberland
street, formerly occupied by Messrs. Wm. M.
Bird A Co. Possession given immediately.
Apply to JAMES MARSH, at Marsh's snip yard.
TO RENT..TWO LARGE FRONT ROOMS
fronting 00 King street, c mer of Liberty
street, possession given from the 1st of Novem?
ber. Also, four neat comfortable rooms over 1 he
store fronting on Liberty street, PosstBaloa given
Immediately. Apply on premises. oct8l
COUNTY OF RICHLAND-Court or Uom
mon Pleas.-PHINEAS F. FRA ZEB, as Sheriff,
Plaintiff, against EDWARD L. DEANS, Defend?
ant-Copy Summons-For Money Demand-[Com?
To EDWARD L. DEAN, Defendant In this ac?
tion : You are hereby summoned and required to
answer he complaint In this action, of which a
copy is herewith served upon yon, and to serve a
copy or your answer on the subscribers, at their
ofhee at Columbia, within twenty days alter the
service of thin summons on you, exclusive of the
dsy of service.
If you fail to answer this complaint within the
time afortaaid, the plaintiff will lake judgment
against you tor the sam or six hundred and
twenty one 27100 dollars, with interest at the
rate or seven per cent, per annum, from the first
day of November, one thousand eight hundred
and Beventy-one, and costs.
MONTEITH A BAUSKETT,
D. R MILLER, C. 0. 0.
Dated November 23, 1871.
To the Defendant, EDWARD L. DEANE: Take
notice that the summons in this action, of which
the foregoing ls a copy, was flied in the office of
the Clerk of the Ceurt of Common Pleas, In the
County or Richland, In the State or South Caroli?
na, on the twenty eighth day of November, 1871.
MONTEITH A BAUSKETT,
Dated November 28, 1871._decS-fe
NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAVING DE?
MANDS against the Estate of JOHN c.
"TGEN, deceased, will present them to JOHN c.
OOERMAN, and all persons Indebted thereto will
make payment to htm. J. C. OGERMAN,
dec7-3* Qualified Executor.
GALE M Y O? MD&IC?
FOR OKB WEEK ONLY.
FORMES-H AB ELMANN GRAND OPERA.
The 0 eatest Star Company in the World.
MTl? ANNA R03ETTT, wacTitel's Prima Donna.
M'Ue CLARA ZIEGLER, of .the New York Acade?
Mme DZ1CBA, of the New Torr Academy.
Mme PREDIOAM, of Com pr i m ari a.
THEODORE HABELMANN, the celebrated Lyric
CARL BEADNARD, Tenor Robusto.
CARL FORMES, ihe Grand Ba?ao Profundo. (Bia
flr.st appearance In the South in twelve years.)
WILHELM FORMES, the Classic Baritone.
A. BERING SR, B'is-o Buffo. "
JOSEPH WEINLICH, the Favorite SHager.
Grand Ohorns and Orchestra of the New Tors
Theares, under the Musical Direction of A. Pre?
The Beadon win be Inaugurated on
MONDAY EVENING, DEO. 11TH,
On which Occasion will be Produced the Cele?
MARTHA. .?nie A NNA ROSETTI.
TUESDAY, DEC. 12TH,
Debat of the Great Tenor Robusto,
CARL BEAUNARD,' ~"
in his Magnificent Role of MANRICO, In Verdi's
WEDNESDAY, DEO. r8TH,
. Will be Produced Gounod's Celebrated Opera,
PRICES OF ADMISSION--Reserved Seats in Or?
ohestra and Dress Circle, 6160; General Admis?
sion. $l: Family Circle, 76rents; GaUery, 50 cents;
Private Boxes, $16 and $>0.
sate of Re< erved Beau at Ticket Office of Acade?
my will commence TBCBSDAY, December "th, at
0 o'clock A. M.
The Grand Opera Troupe use the celebrated
Chlckerhu PIANO, HENRY fclEGLING, Agent,
corner Eiog an t Keiufuln streets.
Libretos (Piaur) for sale at licks* Office.
dec5-8 HARRY J. STEEL. Agent.
PAPER, DIVIDENDS, COUPONS, Ac, on all
points In the United States made. Also, regular
dealer m SECURITIES'.
dec5_A. C. KAUFMAN.
J^BAFTS ON BANK OP IOTRPOOL.
STERLING DRAFTS on aboye Balk, payable
on demand or at sixty days sight, in sums to snit
nOV21-lmo G. A. TREN" HOL H A SON.
Cost ano fonn?.
LO-T DECEMBER 7TH, BETWEEN- 1
. and 8 P. M. on the east side of Meeting
stieet, between water aid South Bay streets, a
Gold and Coral BROOCH. The Ander will be re.
warded, if the esme ls left at No. 24 Meeting
F0U1# ADRIFT IN ASHLEY RIVER
a HATTE A u, ir feet long. The owner can
have the same by applying at the savannah Rail?
road Wharf, and paying expenses.
BOARDING. - PERMANENT, TRAN
si EST and Day Board may be had in a pri?
vate family by applying at the northwest corner
Klug and Vanderhorst streets. decs-tnthi*
BOARDING. - A FEW GENTLEMEN
can be accommodated with (cod boam
and pleasant rooms, on moderate tarma, by ap*
plying at No. 12 Wentworth street? DAY BOAR LI?
ING also furnished._ mavis
JpURCHGOTT, BENEDICT 4 CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET,
during me coming week will be prepared to offer
an elegant assortment af goode
in their l?verai dep?rt?
eos [^.?'.'d?iic1 ta^zfaiftefe10
lo stock is guaranteed
to be of the finest quality
ever c Herod, the price
assigned will be without
precedent in oar customary
moderate dealings, and we -
desire that our patrons may
that we will offer advantages
which are unusually worthy
atteotloo, and urgently
advise a pei son al exami?
nation. We shall offer
extra bargain* tn all
A large lot jost received.
FURCHGOTT, BIENEDIOT A CO.
?QBESS GOODS DEPARTMENT,
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
No. 244 King Street.
30 pieces Black 6 4 CRAPE CLOTH, only ?0 cents.
20 pieces Black Henrietta Cloth, 76 and 85 cents
-worth fl and fl 26.
60 pieces Japanese Silk and Dish Poplins, 00 cents
8 cases Erne Delaines In all Colora, only 20 cents.
1 case 4-4 colored Alpacas, 20 cents-worth 25
JJ OLIDAY GOODS.
A large lot Jost received.
FERCUGOTT, BENBDIC r * CO.
?U.OTH AND FUR DEPARTMENT,
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO,,
No. 214 King Street.
Best selections or
PUBS! FURS! FURS1
Fine Black cape and Moff only $8.
Children's White sets only $2.
Ladles' White Sets only $6.
All warranted to be perfect.
A large lot Jost received. : -
FUROHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.
FURCHGOTr, BENFDIOT A 00.,
No. 244 King Street.
Bargains offered this week.
Ingram I Mats,
2 and 3 Pry Rog?, !
will be sold Cheap.
HOLIDAY PRESENTS can be bought at very low
Samples given, and Goods delivered free of
charge to any part of the State.,
No trouble to show Goods.
Merchante, Milliners and Tailors will do well by
examining and pricing our Goods before order?
ing from Northern markets or baying elsewhere.
Buying of Importing 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 of the fact.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
No. 244 King ?treeti I rh-.ip.tn- ? ?
Na 437 King street, J Char?8ton, S. 0.
No. 22 White street, New York.
nov20 No. 3 Bay street, Jackson ville, Fla,
?ruo*, CCrirairoie. &t.
-t^TTjra^OF APOCYNUM, OR DOGS
Highly recommendedln diseases or the Stomal h,
Heart and Liver, and useful ss a Tonie in Nervous
For sale by by the agent,
ALFRED RAOUL,'M. D.,
nov2'-mw?2mo 2ieKing st., Charleston, s. c.
30,000 PRIME CYPRESS SHINGLES for salB
low. Apply to 8BACKELFOKD A KELLY,
g^Jg BAR RE L S_ F L O UE^
ins bbls. FLOUR-Family. Extra and Super.-.
Landing from a teams hip Virginia and schooner
A. F. Ames*
..? . ? IN STORK, ?
- 2200 bbls. FLOUR-?artoogjpradea. For sale by
dec* , , Jf?trM Wharf.
JJAM3, SHOULDERS, SIDES, ic.
26 tierces Prime HAMS
20 hhda. Choice Western Shoulders
2? hhda. No. 2 Western shoulders
30 hhd'. Clear and C. R. Sides
20 boxes C. R. ?des
10 bpls. New York Pig Shoulders
io boxes Cholee New York strips
600 obis. Flour-Family. Extra, Super and Fine
100 bags Prime Rio Codee
2(0. bbls. Porto Riep and Demayara Sugar
JOO bbls. Relined Sugar-Crastied, C.; ti., EX, C.
and C. Sugars
100 bbls. Muscovado and Kew York Molasses
26 hhdt. New York syruo.
For sate hy TIEOEMAN, CALDER A CO.
dec4-mwo; . ? _
/COGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, TS C. S. BONDED STORES.
A. TOBIAS* SONS, No. 110 EAST BAT,
Offer for sal? from U. S. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT,'
van?os vintages, In
Cases of one dosen bettles each.
QHOICE WHITE MILLING CORN AND
FLOUR, LANDING THIS DAT.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 Eas' Bay, offer for'
sale Invoices Choice White MILLING/ CORN and
Extra FLOUR lao ding this day. angg-emo
JJ ARMON Y'S SHERRY WINE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Na ii o East Bay. offer for
sale an Invoice of Choice HARMONY'S;.PALS
SHERRY WINE. A. TOBIAS' SONS,
?HOICB HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., NO. no East Bay, offer for.
aale an Invoice of Choice HAVANA CIGARS,
direct from Factory in Havana. auga-Cmo
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 Bast Bay. offer for
salean Invoice of FIRE CRACKERS, landing tn?
day. _? ? _angS-emo
\7Vn&+R, PB1OTS, WHITE W?N??
V 1 CLARET, Ac *
A. TOBIAS' SOBS offer for sale VINEGAR,
Pranst, White Wine, imported direct from
France. ? , ?. ? aogMmo
,-gNGLISH PORTER AND ALE.
! . A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of Mean?. Edward
and quatre angt-tod '
??1 HB ISTHAS ?UFP LIBS I
ASSORTED JELLIES in Wine Glasses, large and
small Tumbler*, Goblets, and pint and quart Jars.
Guava JeUjr in half pound and one pound boxea.
Assorted Preserves In pint and quart jars.
Canton Ginger (wet and dry ) in jars.
French and American Cordials. t .
Soft Shell Almonds, Layer Raisins, Carrants,
Citren, Prunes, Nelson's Sheet and Brilliant Gela?
tine, French and American Brandy Peaches,
Cooking wine and Brandy; assorted Flavoring
860 cases Can oed Fr ni w, Vegetables, Meats, Ac,
consl - ting of fresh Peaches, Oreen Gages, Bartlett
Pears, White May Dake Cherries, Quinces, Straw?
berries, TOmatoe*. Oreen Corn, Oreen Pea?, Okra,
Beef, Motton, Turkey, Cove oysters, Lobsters,
Fresh and Spiced Salmon, and Devilled Ham.
Good claret on draught at f isspsr gallon, at
novas Comer Meeting soft Market street?.
g I N G tr h A B-I. T I E B
"THE G HEAT CHEAP MAN"
LIN LE Y'S CHEAP STOKES,
Nos. leo Alto 888 KINO STRUT.
Jost received per Steamer :
50 tubs GOOS BUTTER at ss cents per single
poond, or 23 centa br the tab
.60 tubs Strictly Cnoice Orange Connty Batter,
quality guaranteed, 3 pounds for $1, or
80 cent? per poond by the tub
10 cases Les lie s celebrated, scotch Bitters, a
genuine article, and the only lot In the
io half chests Fancy Chop Yoong Hyson Tea,
guaranteed equar to any. and better
than a great many, Tea* ?old at J2 per
pound. Don't forget that I ask for lt
only ?1 soper poond
io barrels Soft White Sugar, 8 poonda for $1.
$8000 worth of FRENCH CHIBA GOODS, at 10 per
cenu above cost
$2600 worth or Gram te ware, at io per cent, above
cost _,u ? 7 ? '
$2000 worth of CHRISTMAS GOODS, Including a
large assortment of Small Toys, st IO
per coot, above oost
$1000 wortn of Hiuie-FurolBbUjg Goods, Includ?
ing numberless sma 1 articles, st 10 per
cent, aoove coat
26 packages Glassware, at io per cent, above
The above Goods cannot be obtained at tho
same prices at any Store in the city,' so it ls in?
cumbent upon all who consider their own Inter?
ests to give my stores a trial.
_ JOHN W.LINLEY. ,
JMPOBTATION OF. FOREIGN BOOK&
By special arrangements we are prepared to ex?
ecute o.ders for ENGLISH AND FOREIGN
BOOKS. Parties entrusting their orders to me
may depend upon the utmost dispatch and atten?
tion to their delivery.
FOGA SUE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
?3-WE ARE NOW OPENING/ A OBSAT VA.
V A MET 1'O F FAN CY ARTICLES, DESKS, WORK
BOXES, WRITING OASES. PORTFOLIOS Ac . 4c.
SCHC OL BOOKS, AND ALL KINDS OF SCHOOL
NEW CATALOGUE-No. 19.
JOWETT'3 "DIALOGUESOF PLATO," (a Monu?
ment of Modern Scholarship). - Translated into
English, with Analysis and Introductions by B.
Jo* ef, M. A.. Master of Balliol Collegs, Oxford,
and Regius Professor of Greek, 4 Vols, Crown, 8
vo., $12. ...
Americanisms; The English of the New World,
by M. Scheie Devere, L.L. D., $8. .
The Invasion of France lo 1814, by Erckmann
Chatraln, paper toe; c oth 90c. .
The Early Years of Christianity, by E. DePrea
sense, u. D.. Illustrated, by Annie Harwood, '-The
Martys and Apologists," $1 T6. i
A Critical Greek and English Concordance of
the New Testament,prepared by Charles F. Hud?
son, under the direction of Horace L. Hastings,
revised and completed by Esra Abbot. LJLT) .
Assistant Librarian of Harvard University 2d
edition, revised.. $260. "
Mountain Adventure* in Various Parts or the
World; ?ketches selected from the narratives of
celebrated travellers,*withjntrodnction by. Head?
ley, 41 Illustrations. <Ubrary of Wonders,) I HST
Rou Hedge's Every Boys'Annual for 1872, with
n omero us Illustrations, fa.
. VJUV?NILBBrJOKOORTHE HOLIDAYS.
We navegiven especial attention to this depart?
ment. We have aa the New Boots of the season,
together withs large Btock of the old favorites.
The prices ire much red need from former prides.
Our Village, by Mary Russell Mitford, New Edi
tion, 2 Vols, $3 50
Travels in the Air, by James Glaisher, p. R
8, Camille Flammarion, W. De FbovlUe, and
Gaston Tlssandisr. Edited by James Glaisher,
with one hundred and twenty-five illustrations.
A Second Edition, giving an account of the ase
OT the BUlOOn during the Siege of Farts, ?10. .
MW Persons residfiig in tne country w?l please
bear m mind that by sending their orders to ne
for any boon published In Am?rica, they wai; bs
aharged only the price of the book. We pay for'
the postage or express.
^PtKlaBateS BOOK DEPOSITORY,
So. 260 King street, (in the Bend.j Charleston, 8. C
For saie by 'W^f&ffigZAMs A CO.
?p i o c o/Fri^?.;; T
Direct !mr*>rtation.- ' For sale ft* lots-to snit ^
jmrcbasers. a. W. WILLIAMS A CO. (fe
OC,tl8-;-yfm ...._ - - .^T/T^
WILSO S'S GROCERY ls now offering, the most
care fully B elect ed Btocs- ol LIQUORS to be found
la tait etty. " d'
They bare bo**? seiecved eapeclally for. their .
medicinal qualities, and their purity endorsed by
the moBt eminent physicians of Charleston.
Pardea deaning a pure article can always rely ?
on Liquors sold from thia establishment and re?
commended. , . :
A full supply of low grades on hand.. t
WILSON'S GRQC?RT, j
No. SOO ging street. ,
ay-Address Box ise, m "
T?Tw* B?OK7W10??AT ! NEW B??G?:^
1.1 WH KAT. , .
Bola, New Hulled BUCKWHEAT
Bbls. Belf-ftalalag Buckwheat.
For sale lowat WTLSON'SOBOCERY,
& a to? King street. <
?.AU Goods delivered free. '
AN NED P EA C H JES J CANNED
180 dozen 2 and 3 lb. CANNED PEACHES. V
For sale low at WILSON'S GHOOERY, .
Na SOOKing street.
syAll Goode delivered free. - -
CANNED TOMATOES! CANNED TO-f
TOO dozen 2 lb. CANNED TOM ATO E8._
For sale low at WILSOS?8 GliOOERY,
Na 508 King street,
sa-AH Goods deBvered free. _
gIB?PI SYRUP 1 , SYRUPl
GOLDEN SYRUP, S3 cents a gallon. _ . ' ?
WIL-5?S'? GROCERY, O
Na ?os tTJng street. ,
SgrAll Ooeds dehvereoyfree.
T>AEGAIN8 IN TEAS, COFFEES, GBO?
Jj -OEB1B8 AND PROVISIONS. " tl
warranted to sort thepalates and t he pockets ot
the minion. WILSON'S G BOOB RY,
Ka 300 King street.,
^AR Goods deUvered free. '
Extra No. 1 MACKEREL
?-All floods deljTjrsd frftr-ovo .- nm
VTEW SMOKED BEEF, FRESH SMOKED
ll TONGUES, NEW HAMS. (?MALLSKE) PIGr
Fulton Market BEEF
FamLyiTg iwr ;
Smoxed Pig Tongoes
Pickled Pigs' "Feet:
For sale low at WILSON'S GROCERY,*
No. 306 King At re?.
jay All Gooda delivered free. i n
,-gTJRNHAM'S YEAST POWDER.
Having us ed YEAST POWDER In oar families
for several j ears, we give. a decided preference,
aboye- all other, to mat prepared by EBW. s.
BURNHAM, Druggist and Apothecary, Nc. 421
King, near GWnoAH street:
Kev. JOHN T. WIGHTMAN, D. D.
RSV. T. E. WANNAMAKEK.
P. K. COBURN, Intendant Town of Summer -
G. L. HOLMES. ? .
GEO. & PELZE R, M. D.
W. B. SMITH, Master Maohlnist, S. CR. R. .
? B.P.WEBB. *. . nov4-6mof^
?? ? ',.".*. .
goof, fit,??? Ut._?
j^ITOB DAILY NEWS.
GBSTL?MIN-Please announce through your
WHAT IS TO THE INTEREST OF ALL, TO KNOW,
that from Ula day forward the? will be a great
redaction In the prices' of "
PET anil cuJRJER BAGS, SATCHELS, Ac,
Aa, st Ko. 121 Meeting street.
NOTICE ! NOTICE I
ed to th? "PRINCE ALE?L3'::HUXT1NQ BOOT
Cable Screw-wire Sewed^,.,..... M -,.M.
Sold at a small margin of prout by - -
EDWARD DALY, <
Na 121 Meelina street.
LADIES, MISSES, CIJLDREN, BOYS ANJ>
will find In their Department a. fine selection of
STAPLE AND DRESS BOOTS, 8HOt8 ANI>
GAITERS. Sold low by ..
No. 121 Meeting street.
NOTICE TO PEDESTRIANS.
The- "OLD GENT'S SHOE," lost received, made
of best material to order. . -
The Stisgood, easy and stylish. . .
.? ?old only at - ED WAR D DALY'S, -
- i ?.- ' Ho. 121 Meeting streeti
IN TBE DRESS ' DEPARTMENT FOR
My stock 18 templets; comprialng all that ls NEW,
DURABLE and FASHlONaBLE.^g^ea^palua has
b^ANDAND* OABL^S^WE^^ENcH CALF,
GLOVE-TOP AND CREOLE GAITERS, BROGANS
Besides always in stock my J?
INIMITABLE FRENCH' CALF HAND-8E WKD
BOOTB,,. . .
that met with such rapid sale -Ul spring and sum .
mer.The prices yon know. ?
Call at EDWARD DALY'S,
No. 121 Meeting-street,
novl5-wfmlmo On the boulevard.
CoparlrifT?ljLps ant Cha?olHtum?.
nf?cl? STATE OF SOUTH GAROLJttA,
X CHARLESTON COUNTY.-CerUficate Ottlfn
of the Otty ot Brookftn, State of New Tors,
CHARLES UNDERWOOD, of the Town and Coon
2of Tolland, ?tata of Connecticut, and EVERT
BEDFORD, ot the City of Charleston, State
Thia certificate hereby witnesseth that the un?
dersigned have, by virtue- ox an act ot the General
Assembly, of the S tate, aforesaid, entitled "An Act
to a u thorlze the f ?rni??on of Limited Pu rt ns r ?
ships,'? passed mWyeer orourWd, one twa
sand eight hundred and thirty-seven, and An?
other Act entitled "An ACt to extend the dera?
tion o r an "Act authorislDg th e formation of Lim?
ited Partnerships," passed ila the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and fony-alx,
and anther Asl extending the sama until repeal?
ed, passed December 20th, xm, iormed a Limited
PattDeiohlp aa fdiiaws : '
First. The name br Arm ander Whlchsuch
partnership shall bo conducted ls EVERT E.
BEDFORD. . .
- Second. The genera1, n ature of th? bas inesa tn -
tended tobe transacted ls tba t of tba Grocery Bu -
slneas both retail and wholesale, 1st the said City
and EVERT E. BEDFORD, oHheCity cf Charles?
ton, sute aforesaid, ls lb? General Partner.
Fourth. BUCKLEY %, BENTON, a spec lal Part
Uer, has. contributed seven. thousand dollars
(J-000.) and CHARA.?? UNDERWOOD, tho other
Special Partner, has contributed slap seven thou
sand, dollars (|iO00) to the common stock, of the
first day or November, eighteen honored .aid
seventy-one, ?nd will terminate on the first 5j>*
Of November, eighteen hundred and seventy-Avt.
Dated this 28th day ot October, A. D., 187L
(Signed) ^^?j^^^^^QQ^ ru
rBtened) o. w.JRc^mmtia::'':!
THOMAS E, PKAMAIL, nojs-se