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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON A CO..
No. 14? East Bay. Charleston, s.e.
MONDAY, DECEMBER ll, 1871.
NEWS OF THE DAT.
-Gold dosed on Saturday at 9?al0.
-In Nfw York, colton closed with an ad?
vance of a quarter cf a cent on uplands-19|
with sales of 2633 bales.
-Ia liverpool, cotton opined strong, and
. closed quiet and steady; uplands 9jd.; Orleans
lOalOjd.; sales 12,000 bales.
?The income tax expires by limitation on
the 30th inst.
-A dispatch from Washington states that
Sumner declines the chairmanship of the com?
mittee on elections and privileges.
-The thermometer at Paris yesterday was
sixteen degrees below zero, and the Seine
was frozen over.
-The New York police prevented the pub?
lic demonstrarle* of the ''International'" vaga?
bonda, which tad b- en fixed for yesterday.
-The anticipated strike of telegraphers has
commenced at Liverpoc?:, and dispatches are
-Speaking of Jew, the Jewish Chronicle
says Ireland ls tb ? only country in Europe
where Jews were never persecuted.
-An American-of course it ls an Ameri?
cas-bas started a ferry boat on the Sea of
Galilee, and the steam-whistle and engine
gong are hencefonh to do violence to ita
-The Mormons are giving up all hopes of
maintaining the practice cf polygamy, but
some believe that Congress will allow twenty
five years, more or less, ior Its gradual aboli?
-The announcement is made that two con?
signments of Chinese, designed ior employ?
ment In cotton factories, are on their way to
Salem, Massachusetts, and that more are to
^Lawrence A. Gobright has been appointed
commissi onrr from tie District ol Columbia to
the centennial celebration In Philadelphia in
1876. The Star says this is a proper compli?
ment to the esteemed Washington manager of
th. New York Associated P? ss.
About a hundred cotton cases before the
Court of Claims have been postponed, pending
the decision Of the Supreme Court whether th?'
Presidential pardon entitles the pardoned
party to testify in the Court of Claims against
-Another distinguished conversion to the
Church of Rome ls anne meed. Tne new
"vert" is the Marquis of Bath-John Alexan?
der Tay nn<>-whose family dates its ancestry
from, the time of Klug John. HJs' lordship
has long been in fie half-way house of Ritual?
ism, add has now made the remainder of his
Journey. He is the patron of eleven livings
in the Church o? England.
.-The day previous to the fight near Nfew
Orl?ans, Jim Muco ls reported as having said:
"I wish it distinctly understood that, win or
lose, this will he my last fight in tb? prize
ring. Ii any man attacks me, we will have it
oct then and there; bot as to entering the
ring again, that is entirely out of the ques?
tion." Jim says he ls getting too old to fight,
and he is anxious now lor a little peace. Let
him have it.
-A Washington telegram says : "There has
been no communication between Grant and
Akerman- regarding a change in the attorney
generalship, though the pressure for a change
ls great, and Akerman's resignation would be
probably accepted. Influent lal political cir?
cles urge Akerman's lack ot Judicial furce and
attainments necessary to the position. The
very highest authority thinks that Fish wll*
-The Austrian Embassy ia London, to
which Coc&t Beast has lately been appointed,
is thc principal diploma' ic prize in the Empe?
ror's -gift, now Parla is no longer what it
wa1. The Austrian Ambassadress ia London
maintains ihe same Eort of exclusiveness as to
society as she would do In her own circles at
home, and lt is much more difficult to obtain
cards for her parties than for those of most of
the other ministers.
-The* Memphis Avalanche states that the
negotiations for the control of the Memphis
and Charleston Failroad, which have been
pending for some weeks, have finally been
concluded in ft vor of the Pennsylvania Rail?
road. Colonel Tom Scott, it is understood,
bas effected a lease for forty-five years ona
guarantee of dividends, and lt GI 'y remains
now for the stockholders of the Memphis and
Charleston to ratify the action of the directory.
-At a grand banquet, la St. Petersburg, on
Thursday last, the Czar offered a toast to the
health of the Emperor of Germany. He hoped
the intimate friendship which existed between
that monarch and himself would last as long
as they lived, aud be carried down to future
generations by their successors; and he trust*
ed that the fraternity of the armies ol' Ger?
many and Russia, dating from an ever memor?
able epoch, would be perpetual. Thus would
be constituted the best guarantees for the
maintenance ol' peace aod legtd order in Eu?
-The Tichborne case had reached lt?, fifty
first day In England at last mail acco mts, and
still witnesses come forward who Identify the
claimant as Roger Charles Tichborne and ver?
ify their recognition by a multitude of minute
and ingenious tests. A correspondent writes
that "a perfect revulsion ot opinion bas oc?
curred since the case was reopened, and every
one now declares that the verdict must be for
the plaintiff.'' The weak point in Tlchberne's
case has been that he had not proved that
after his shipwreck in the Bella in 1853 he was
picked up by the Osprey. The missing link
was supplied on the 20th ult., by the testimony
o? M. A Sharplngs, who met him at that lime
in hf albourne harbor.
-The cable brings news that an English
edifice which baa witnessed the changes of a
thousand years, Warwick Caaiie, the ancient
and splendid seit of the Earl or Warwick, in
Warwickshire, well known to travellers and
historical students, has been irreparably dam?
aged by fire, the origin of which is undis?
covered. The great hall, the dining hall and
other state apartments wera completely
. burned ont Tue destruction of pict ure?, statn
f arv and other v. orks of art, and of articles of
virtu, waa great and most deplorable. Among
the rare treasures of art which are supposed
to have been destroyed is the famous Warwick
vase-the massive marble ornament which
once graced the viila of Adrian. It was
in one of the green-houses. Some of Van?
dyke's finest portraits, and pictures bj Rem?
brandt of almost priceless worth, have also'
perished, together with splendid specimens of
the armor and suits of mall of the middle
ages. It ls hoofed that the soiid strength of
feudal and Elizabethan masonry resisted the
power of the fire, so that this magnificent feu?
dal stronghold-a link connecting the epoch
of Alfred with the tlm?s In which we live
may be restored with all Its courts and towers,
even though the glories of ita interior are
gone forever. The castle was built on the
west side of the Avon, on a solid rock. In
which the cellars were excavated. The grand
suite of apartments extended upwards of three
hundred and thirty-three feet in a stra'ght
A High Old Bill.
The Committee on the Judiciary of the
House of Representatives have reported fa?
vorably apon the bill "to declare the use Of
"certain words a misdemeanor," and recom?
mend that lt do pass. There is a prospect,
then, the Legislature willing, that naughty
expressions will soon cease to sully the lips
of the lieges of South Carolina, and that not
even the worst member of the Columbia
Ring will be called a "thief, rogue, scoun
"drel, or poltroon," except in a strictly
Pickwickian-sense The pleasure of calling
a fancied foe by hard names is not deep
enough to compensate for "imprisonment,
"with hard labor, in the county jail,"
coupled with "a fine of fifty dollars, " at the
; discretion of the Court. We fear, however,
that inveterate vitnperators will fiad a way
to evade the law. They will whip the foul
Send around the stump by inventing a new
t: vocabulary of abase. Suppose, for instance,
that, Instead of making use of "the oppro?
brious epithets" forbidden by the law, they
ceil their tergiversating neighbor a Scott,
and fling at the head of a nouveau riche the
stunning title of Parker. Would the use of
these names, "ia a rode, angry or revenge?
ful manner," expose the unfortunate of?
fender to trial in a Court of "competent ju- I
"risdiction?" Or if a heedless Conservative
shouted oat that Mr. So-and-So was a
Mackey, or a Hendricks, or a Bowen,
would the guilt; wretch be likely to sojourn
for an unpleasantly long period under the
roof or the county jail ? We are anxiously
walting for the'coming of that millennia!
time when ail words shull be sweet os
' honey, and no mao shall merit a harsher
title than that of angel or saint. But sol
, long as the' citizens of South Carolina are j
ody to be made reverential by an Act of
Assembly, it ?8 Jost os well for the Judiciary
Committee to make their legal nets close
enough ia texture to bold the little tish as
well as the big ones. And if they can, by
law, preveat profanity aod obscenity, we
would suggest that they cut a little deeper,
and, by law, prevent any member of their
own body from telling tit)?, pocketing the J
public moneys or eboiwing the white rea th jr.
After all, the stinsof the Act "to declare
"the ase of certain words a misdemeanor"
lies ia ita tail, j The second section provides
that any person who may be indicted for as?
sault sod battery may plead, io justification,
that the language which the bill prohibits
has been used towards bim, with thia quali-1
ticalioa : "Provided?jae assault and battery
"shall be* provedMiot- to have been exee?? j
"sive." We humbly hint that this is rather
vague. What is to be deemed aa "exc?s- j
"sive" assault and battery ?" Mr. Jones
calls Mr. Brown' "a lia*, thief, scoundrel and
.'poltroon," M"<*a rode, "angry- 'bVreveo&eM
"manner," and Mr. Brown, ia the language I
of the Rlog, taps Jones's claret and closes
his peepers. Would that be an "excessive"
assault and battery ? Are we to frame a
sliding scale in this fashion : A thief, one
black eye. A thief aod liar, two black
eyea A thief, liar and poltroon, two black
eyes and the forfeiture of the front teeth.
And is the force of muscle to be taken into
consideration ? What is to justify a blow
with an umbrella or a slap ia the face? Is
the aggrieved person to do his level best,
and leave it to the "Court of competent ja*
"risdiction" to determine whether the pun?
ishment was excessive ? These are obvious
difficulties, which we considerately suggest
for the contemplation of the Individuals who,
if the bill should pass, are most likely to Sad
it necessary to avail themselves oi Its liberal
IT IS evident that the Bowen Reformers j
have come to terms with Governor Scott,
who will be white-washed at an early day. We
expected nothing from them, and are not
disappointed. The work of Reform can
only be accomplished by men of honor and
THE City of Columbia is invited to go into
the loan market as a borrower at eight per
cent In allowing the Municipal Ring to
issue as many bonds as may be necessary to
bring the debt ap to $800,000, the bill will
remind the people of the acts to reduce the
Bills Receivable, to relieve the treasury, and
to pay the interest on the debt. But this
circumvention was unnecessary. The debt
of Columbia could have been run ap to
$800,000 without the help of a borrowing
IT SEEMS that the air Line Railroad is io
hot water. Whipper's action in the matter
is based, we presume, upon the remon?
strances of the good folk of Anderson, who
are indignant that the company, in violation
of their charter, should leave so thriving a
town out in the cold.
The Rumored Remsvai of Treasurer
[From the Missionary Record.j
Rumor has it that McLaughlin is to bc ap?
pointed Treasurer of this county, vice W. H.
Gurney. We should uot be surprised. These
infernal thieves ha e so conscience's. They
are all mates, worse than hor-e leeches.
Governor Scott only needs do this thing, and
be will have reached the climax of outrages
on an inoffensive people. There is a degree
of decency about General Gurney which gives
him a place in honest men's regari. It may
be that this ls the head and front of his
offence. We warn his Excellency that we are
near the sacred spot where patience ceases
to be a virtue. It requires but this act, and
the Sirocco wl l come. There will not be a
dollar paid into the treasury of this county if
thal appointment is ma le.
frOSE^^'DERrON.-On the evening of the 7th
Instant, a* tte re*idence or the brlde'B mother, by
?-the Bev. W. S. Bowman, Mr. CABSTBN VOSI, or
' Sommerville, S. 0., to Mrs. LOUISA R. ANDER?
SON-, or this place. No cards. *
I CLECKLEY-PHIN.-At Mart Blnff. Orange
burg County, S. C., by the Kev. J. 0. Penny, on
Thursday, the 7th instant, ADDISON C. CLBCILBT
to HotroBA LILLIAS, daughter of A 0. Pnln.
ANCE3 of Cartaln and Mrs. WILLIAM 0. HAM?
MER are Invited to attend the Funeral Services
or the ronner, at his late residence, No. 192 Queen
street, THIS (Monday) MORNING, at 10 o'clock',
pm- THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintances or Mrs. D. Maguire, and or her
son, REDMOND F., and of Mr. and Mrs. P. Culli?
nane, also of Mr. and Mrs. C. Donn, are respect?
fully invited to attend the Fanerai or REDMOND
F. MAGDIRE, rrom bis late residence, No. 414
King street, at 3 o'clock. THIS DAT, without fur?
ther invitation. decll*
^HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY,
No. c.-lou are her.by summoner to appear at
Truck-Boose, in Citizens' Dress, THIS DAT, at 2
o'clock, to pay the last tribute or respect to your
late brother fireman, KEI;MOND F. MAG TIRE.
By order. JOHN BURKE,
CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
GULF STREAM, from Philadelphia, are hereby
notified that she win discharge cargo TO-DAT at
Crown's Wharf. Goods uncalled lor at sunset will
remain on wharf at owners' risk and expense,
decu-i WM. A. COURTENAY. Agent.
pm- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
?OUTH CAROLINA, from New Tork, are notified
that she will discharge cargo THIS DAT, ll tb In
slant, at Pier No. 2, Union Wharves. Goods un?
called for at sunset will remain on the wharf
at owners' risk and expense.
decll-1 WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent.
pm- TURTLE SOUP WILL BE SERVED
THIS DAT. rrom ll to l o'clock, at
decll-1 GLEASON'S SALOON, Market street.
pm- OFFICE . CHIEF OF POLICE,
MAIN GUARDHOUSE, CHARLESTON, S. C., DE?
CEMBER ll, 1871.-Tbe CHIMNEY CONTACTORS
are hereby cotifled that, In accordance with Or?
dinance, they are required to have an Office
where requisitions for Sweeps may be made.
Public factice of snoh Office must be given, and
the law requires that the Contractors shall give
notice, m public prt it, of the time and hoar the
Chimneys are to be swept.
Numerous complaints having been made of the
inattention of the Contractors, they are hereby
warned that the fine will be vigorously inflicted
for any neglect, and the rice are instructed
promptly to report .all violations of said Ordi?
For the convenience or citizens, there will be a
Slate established at the Upper and one at the
Ma'n Guardhouse, where complaints may be daily
recorded; and Chimney Conrractora are required
to vlsi: the Guardhouse or their respective Wards
daily, for tbe purpose of noting such complaints
as may have been there recorded.
By order of the Mayor.
JOHN c. M'NOTT, Chief or Police,
Official : JULIUS A. LBPRINCE, Clerk.
pm- OFFICE CHIEF OF POLICE,
MAIN GUARDHOUSE, CHARLESTON, S. a, DE?
CEMBER li, 1671.-Notice ls hereby given to
owners, occupants and agents or all Lots w.th n
the C.ty or Charleston, to bave all Cellars, La?
trines, Vau its. Sewers and Dry Wills, within
their endosares, thoroughly emptied and cleaned
within ninety days, and tbe offal removed, In
accordance with the provisions or the City Ordi?
nance regulating all nuisances likely to endanger
the pubi c health.
Asslstaut Inspectors or health will be detailed
from the rollce force to Inspect Cellars and Lois,
and note all nuisances, on or before theilt-1 day or
January, and again on the 1st day or March, to
ascertain ir reported nuisances have been re?
moved. ? <
By order on he May PT.
JOHN C. MINOTT, Ohlei of Police.
Official : JULIUS A. LBPRISCE, Clerk.
pm- PUBLIC NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS
are hereby cautioned not to credit any one, with?
out any exception whatsoever, in my name with?
out my written order. I will, not be responsible
for any debt whatever which I have not person?
ally contracted. JOHN F. STRECKFUSS.
Charleston, December Otb, 187:. dec0-8*
pW- THE CHARLESTON CHARITA
BLE ASSOCIATION, F?RTHS BENEFIT OF TUE
FREE SCHOOL FUND.-OFFICAL RAFFLEB
CLASS Na 288- MOKNTJio.
50-33-36- 1-63-31-17-23-10- 7- 5-(
CLASS No. 219- EVENING.
27-76-21- 8-61-69-36- 6-67-33-68-55
As witness oar hand at Charleston this Otb day
or December, 1871. . FENN PECK,
JAMES GILLILA ND,
oct3 a worn Commissioners.
pm-BA TOHELOR'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
SUPERB HAIR DYS is the best in the noorla-per
fecMy harmless, reliable and Instantaneous. Nc
disappointment. No ridiculous tints cr unpleas?
ant odor. The gen ?lae W. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR
DYE produces IMMEDIATELY a splendid Black
or Natural Brown. Does not stain tbe skin, bn;
leaves the hair clean, BO ft. and beautiful. The
only Safe and Perrect Dye. Sold by all Dreg
giste. Factory Na 18 Bond street, New York.
COLLECTIONS OF COMMERCIAL
PAPER, DIVIDENDS, COUPONS, Aa, on all
pointe in the United States made. Abo, regular
dealer in SECURITIES.
d?-c5_A. C. KAUFMAN.
JQRAFTS ON BANK OF LIVERPOOL.
STERLING DRAFTS on above Ba;k, payable
on demand or at Btx'.y days sight, in sums to suit
nov21-lmo G. A. TREN"HOLM A 80N.
NO. 44 BEAUFA1N STREET.
The school qur.rter or the present session or the
subscriber'* behool will commence on the letb
From the first ol January next, Mr. JOSEPH T.
CALDWELL will assume charge or the Mathe?
matical Department. A. SACHTLEBEN.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS OPENED A
SCHOOL FOR BOYS at his residence No. 84
Mun aeue 6treet, one dr or west or Lynch. The
usual English Branches will be taught, Including
Algebra, Geometry and Bookkeeping, together
wi h Latin. Greek, Fnnch and German.
An Afternoon Class has been formed for those
ora more advanced age preparing for Co lette or
BuHness. WILLIAM SIMONS.
DANCING.-MRS. CHASE WILL RE?
SUME INSTRUCTIONS IN DANCING, at
moernlan bau, THIS AFTERNOON, at half-posts
o'clock. Afternoons for instruction Mondays and
Thnrsdaye. _ decll-1*
SELECT BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES,
No. 18 SOUTH BAY.
Miss C. M. REID, PRINCIPAL.
Tbe Exercises ol this school will be re urned on
MOND AT, December 4. 1871._DOVS0-m7*
MISS WINSTON'3 SCHOOL, FOR
yoong ladies and children, northwest cor?
ner of Meeting and Society btieets.
ORANGE LODGE, No. W, A. F. Mg
The Regalar annual Communication of
orange Lodge, No. 14, A. F. M.. will be held THIS
EVENING, ai Holmes'* Lyceum, at 7 o'clock.
Members will please come prepared to pay ar?
rears. THOMAS 8. BEE,
MEDICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA.-The Eighty-second Anniversary
Meeting ol this Society will be beld TO-DAY, at
12 V. MANMNG SIMONS, M. D.,
ATTENTION I PIONEER STEAM FIRE
ENGINE COMPANY OF AXMEN.-Yon are
ueieby sa m maned to attend an Extra Meeting of'
your Company, THIS (Monday) EVENING, the 11th
ins'ant, at your Engine-house, at 7 o'clock pre?
cisely. A full and prompt attendance is particu?
larly required. By order of President AUGUSTONE
T. SMTTHK. J. W. MCK KN KY.
p ERMAN SCH?TZEN CLUB-THE
VT Regular Monthly Meeting of this Club wUl
taKe place at Llndatedt's Hali, THIS EVENING, at
half-past 7 o'clock precisely. Newly elected
members will please govern themselves accord?
ingly. By order of tue President.
HERMANN" F. BREMER,
decll_Secretary pro tem.
THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-A Meeting of the Ex?
ecutive Committee will be held at the Board of
Trade Booms, THIS EVXNINQ, at half-psst 7
O'clock. W. O. VARDELL,
ANTED, A^G??D JOURNEYMAN
BARBER at No. 102 Market street, ira me
diately._ d eel 1-2?
WANTED, A GOOD C )OK AND
WASHER, Apply at ARGUER'S Notion
and Fancy Bazaar, No. 363 King street.
"\T7ANTED, CIGARMAKER3 AT C. E.
yr SURAU'S Cigar Manufactory, No. 80i
King street. None need apply unless fully com
pstent ani well recommended._decll
WANTED,- A STEADY WOMAN
(white preferred) to cook and wash far a
snia 1 family; also, a stoat Girl, lo attend to a
child. App:y at No. 293 East Bay. decll-l*
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A COMPE?
TENT COLORED WOMAN as Chamber?
maid. Good recommendations r .juired. Apply
at southeast comer Montague and Lynch streets.
WANTED THE PUBLIC TO SAVE
fifty per cent. A bums from 60 cts. to tl.
Dolls. Wort Boxes, Toys, bey nd deacrtp'lon.
ARCHER S BAZAAR. decll-mwf3?
WANTED, SEVERAL YOUTHS AS
apprentices. A progressive salary and
boaid will tie given. ARCHER'S NOTION AND
FANCY BAZAAR. No. SOI King street, decll-l*
OTTO SONNTAG, DYER WENTWORTH
t-treer, near Artesian Well, wants to inform
mathe cleans Gentlemen's Coats, rants, Ac and
renews faded clothing in tne ben style, with
neatness and dispatch. ' decll-l*
WANTED, A MALE HOUSE SER?
VANT. Mast come well recommended.
Apply at i hts office_deco-S
WANTfcD, A TENANT FOR TWO
neat rooms at No. 94 King street.
WANTED, A GOOD COOK. MUST
be wen recommended. Apply corner
Meeting and Charl .tte Street*._dec8-8?
WANTED, A COOK, FOR THE STEAM?
ER Fannie, Savannah and Charleston
RJ-. I road. None heed apply unless competent.
Apply on board. _dei 8-4?
WANTED, A COMPETENT WHITE
WOMAN to COOK and wash for a family cf
three persons; also, a Colored' Boy 2 or 14 years
of age. Apply at No. ll Wentworth streu.
WANTED EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that you can get a First-Class SEWING
MACHINE from LUNaFORD, >ml'h street, near
Wentworth, coeaper than from any other man m
the city or State; Give him a call and see for
WANTED, MERCHANTS AND OTHt?BS
to know they can have their booka writ?
ten np and balanced: also, accounts drawn on
promptly, speedily ana at moderate tates. Ad
dress Postomce B ->x No. 333._dece-w?m6?
WANTED, AN ACTIVE, INTELLI?
GENT BOY, about 16 or 16 y eira of sge
( ne who bas s< me knowledge of tne Dry Goods
Business preferred. Apply at the southwest cor
ner King and Calhonn streets._decs
WANTED TO BUY OR RENT, A HOUSE
containing 6 to 8 rooms, and within five
minutea' walk to the Poatoaiee. Address Box
No. 675. Charleston Postofflce._nov28
T YOU ARE IN WANT OF A SEWING
JL MACHINE, see first the HOME SHUTTLE, the
cheapest and best, at BI8SELL, No 81 Hasel
street, opposite Express om ce. Price $26 to SS?.
I dh07K A MONTH, EXPENSES PAID,
V??50 I ?J Male or Female Agents.-Hor-e and
out nt iurnlBhed to sell our UNIVERSAL CEMENT,
Combination Tunnel, Barton Hole cutter and
other article?. Circulara i ree. Address Novelty
Company, Saco, Me._novl4-78
WANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKET fe
ia the Land and Immigration Asaoclaiur.
ol Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK. GARY A CO
Tickets now ready Will be glad to seo my frier, d ?
at the office or Mr. EDWARD M. MORELAND,
No. 29 Broad street. EBEN COFFIN, sob-Agent.
AGENTS WANTED 1-FOR THE UNI
VEHS AL TWINE AND TH h EAD CUTTER;
saves time, twine, thread, fingers and teeth. Some
thing everybody wanta. Samples malled on re?
ceipt of 26 ct uta. Address GEORGE DAVIS, Nu.
699 Broadway, New York. ' octso-Smos
?oel ano Xonno.
F~OUND, O?~8U??AY 3D IN8T., TWO
White RABBITS on Meeting street, near the
nut ober pen. Apply at No. 41 Tr add street.
LOST, ON THE AFTERNOON OF THE
7th Instant, in Hasel, Wentworth, King or
Meeting streets, a plain GOLD LOCKET. The
ender will be suitably regarded by leaving same !
I at this offl.-e. decll-mwis?
14 to i5>, hands high, received i his dav, at
KENTUCKY MULE LOT, n ar Christopher's
Stables, King street. For cash or city accept
anees. R. OAK MAN._dec9-3?
FOR SALE, GOOD HORSES AND
MULES. Also, some for plantation use,
cheap. Apply at HOOKADA?'S Stables, Colnm
THE CHEAPEST IS THE BEST1-GO
to KLEIN, No. 839 King street, and get your
nice FRUIT, or anything in that line. Klein ls
happy to please you. Never mind if lt cost a little
more or less-the best ls the cheapest, dec?
TO RENT, FROM THE 1ST JA??ARY,
1872, Premises corner of Laurens and Anson
streets, now occupied as Grocer* store and B ack
smith-shop. Apply :o J. FRASER MATuEWES.
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE HOUSE,
No. 218 Coming street, containing four
rooms, wltn gas throughout, good cistern and
well of water. For terms, apply to WM. H. DAW?
SON, Real Estate Agent, No. 66 Broad street.
TO RENT, THE CIGAR STAND OF THE
Mills House; also, the Barber shop. Apply
at the office._dec9-?
TURPENTINE LANDS FOR RENT,
withing two hours' sall of the city, on
Cooper River, with good landings, containing
2300 acres of best Yel.ow Pine. For terms, apply
at No. 417 King street. deci-fmws?
0 RENT, THE OLD-ESTABLISHED
Planing Mill and Lamber Yard known as
Clark's Planing Mill, corner of Beau aln aud
Lynch streets. Tne MiU ls of brick, 41 by 80 feet;
30-norse Engine, one Woodworth Planing Ma?
chine, Lath, Edging and Cross-cut Saws. The
Engine ann Machinery will either be sold to the
party renting or removed. On the Lot ls a two
story Brick storehouse, 22 by 103 feet, for Btortng
white pine, Ac, with stables, offices, and large
cistern attached, all built m the most substantial
manner. The Lot, 140 by 240 feet, bas a water
front on Cummlng's creek for landing lumber, Ac
For terms, apply to J. H. STEIN ME y ER or A. J.
BARTON, wes: end of Beaufaln street.
PLEASANT ROOMS TO RENT IN A
choice neighborhood at No. ll Doughty
street. Apply on the premises._novl6
TO RENT, TWO LARGE FRONT ROOMS
fronting on King street, c mer of Liberty
street, possession given from the lBt of Novem?
ber. Also, four neat comfortable rooms over the
store fronting on Liberty street. Possession given
immediately. Af ply on premises. oct3l
s**-jS 2ittiistm*iit*? S ;
. . FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
FORM ES-H ABELM ANN GRAND OPERA.
The G eatest Star" Compaoy In the World*.
M'lle ANNA ROHETTI. Wachtel's Prima Doona.
M'lle CLARA ZIEGLER, ot the New Tort Acade?
M'lle DZIUBA, or the New York Academy.
M'lle PREDIGAM. or Comprlmarla.
THEODORE HABELMANN, the celebrated Lyric
CARL BEAUNARD, Tenor Robusto.
CARL FORMES, the Granu Basso Profundo. (HIS
flrst appearance In the South In twelve years.)
WILHELM FORMES, the Classic Baritone.
A. BBIUNGEK. Bas-o Buffo.
JOSEPH WEINLICH, tho Favorite Singer.
Grand Chorus and Orchestra of the New York
Theatres, under tne Mnsieal Direction or A. Pre
The Season will be Inaugurated on
MONDAY EVENING, DEO. Tl TH,
On which Occasion will be Produoed the Cele?
MABTHA. .M'lle ANNA ROSETTI.
TUESDAY, DEO. 12TH,
Debut or the Great Tenor Robusto,
in bis Magnificent Role of M AN RICO, in Verdi's
IL TRO VIA TORE.
WEDNESDAY, DZO. 18TH,
Will be Produced Gounod's Celebrated Opera,
Prticis OF ADMISSION-Reserved'Seats in Or?
chestra and Dresi Circle, fi 60; General Admis?
sion, tl; Family Circle. 76 cents; Gallery, so cents;
Private Boxes, Sis and $10.
sale or Reserved Seats at Ticket Office or Acade?
my will commence THURSDAY, December 7th, at
9 o'clock A. M. *
The Grand Opera Troupe use the celebrated
Chlckerlng PIANO, HENRY M EG LING, Agent,
corner Klug ant Le tarwin streets.
Llb ret Us (Piano) ror sale at Tic kQ' Office.
decfi-8 HARRY J. STEEL. Agent.
AT VERY LOW PRICES,
decll No. 238 King street.
gELLING OFF AT COST.
NO. 879 KING STREET,
. CHRISTMAS TOYS OF ALL KINDS.
J) A BEN TS CN DO NOTHING BETTER
to remind tbelr children ol the birth or their Sa?
viour, and to let them express their joy and happi?
ness on this great and glorious evenr, than to bay
of FR. DATER'S flue stock of Musical Instru?
ments, a Violin, Flute, Guitar, Accord?on, Music
Box, Trumpet, or even a Drum. Go and eee that
Prussian Militaire Drum, at FR DAUER'3 Music
Store, No. 377 King street. dec ll-m wn
JEWELRY DIAMONDS, Ac.
F. KOLDEWEY, formerly located at No. 292
King street, can now be found at his New Stand,
No. 202 King street, above Wentworth street. In
announcing this change of location, be will men?
tion to his friends that he has provided for the
Christmas Holidsys. His recent import?t i n of
JEWELRY, DI A M ON' S, and otter Precious
Stones, are worthy the attention of all seeking
presents at this time. He still Repairs Jewelry,
and guarantees a'l repairing or Wa'ches and
J. C. H. CLAUSSEN'S
OHRISTMAS I CHRISTMAS 1 CHRISTMAS I SUP?
PLIES HAVE ARRIVED,
consisting In part or the following Indispensable
Sogar Plums, Sugar Almonds,
Mixed Candles, Rock Gandy,
Gnm Drope, Cinnamon Strings,
Cream Boa Bons, Caraway Seed,
Cream Chocolate Drops, Sogar Almonds,
Cream Almonds, burnt Almonds,
Cream Straw i; en les, Corianders,
Conversation Lozenges, Fig Paste,
Licorice oro rs, Marshmallow Drops,
Cordial Drops, Jordan Almonds,
Fancy Specialties, Cream Dates,
Assorted Lczenge*, Cream Figs, i.e., Ac.
Christmas Sugar Toys.
Surprise and Cash Boxes or all kinds to retail at
A cents to $1 per package, and guaranteed to con
Uln Cash or Prizes. i
Assorted Candy, Stick Candy and Fancy Kisses.
BISCUITS, CRACKERS, CAKES, ?0.
Soda Biscuits, Sugar Crackers,
Boston Biscuits, Fancy Crackers,
Cream Biscuits, Lemon Crackers,
Egg Biscuits, Ginger Crackers,
Wine Biscuits, Novelty Crackers,
Fancy Sugar BUcults, Oyster Crackers,
Lemon Biscuits, Picnic Crackers,
Assorted Biscuits, Reform Cracker'',
Milk Blpcults, Union Cracker?,
Jumbles, Mixed Cakes,
Tea Cakes, Christmas Cakes,
Sugar and Molasses Gungers and Sheet Cakes.
Merchants .'rom the country will save money,
time and disappointment by calling soon or send?
ing their orders, which will meet prompt and
careful at tent lot, to
J. C. H. CLAUSSEN,
No. 10 Market street.
CHRISTMAS TREES SUPPLIED GRATIS AS
USUAL. oec2 mth
Cigars, tobacco, Ut.
JJ 0 N'T READ THIS!
Selling off, on account or closing business,
CIGARS, PIPES, TOBACCO, AC.
The largest and ben selected steele In the city at
cost, by L. LORENZr,
Corner Wentworth and King streets.
I Ao a
.ajois J?2to ureiinAV Jojadrng jo aojajidoj J
.3J9i(ji3B[a zuipftii ajojaq 30O)S Pc-JJsd
sm enjuxexa oj paisanb&i ora sjaBBipJtLj -?jp
aqaujfla*uoq aiqieuodsaj ao IJBJP JO'QBBO U??
paiuedraoooB 'aim oi papuana sjopjo ne '?BI
.ap inonu AI 'Suing jo Alina*; ? BaiA|S pu?q no
?uuusuoa idas. 6| ssauisnq jo ami sm ni sapu.it!
IIB JO lUatUWOfBU ORdUJOO PUB aAlBUdlXd uv
JOJ oiqejinci -no? asudjus oj eaoud ie mo
aaojaiau* -A" JIB pads a 83dld JUTVHOSHasn
JO HJJ03 raooa seaux 'xaxiug O.TIS OIS -O<J
O00VSOI ONT HTOIO OSIHnLOVJ?NVI? UTI
-3H ONT aTv-SaiOHAi NOI9TrHVHk)
94 CHURCH STREET.
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Slate, Tile, Shingles,
Laths, Hair, Gravel,
Chimney Tops, Sewer Pipes. Encaustic Tile,
Marbleized Slate Mantels
A beautiful substitute ror marble, at reduced
octal E. M. GR1MKE, P. 0. BOX 874.
Gtottxie*, jt?rnoTB, Ut.
Tte subscriber acquaints his friends, and the
community generally, that he will r?same the
GROCERY BUSINESS, BS formerly conducted by
the late firm of N. M. PORTER A CO., at the old
stand, No. 286 King street, as early as arrange?
ments can be perfected for supplying the same.
Ur. GEO H GE H. GRUBER, who for many years
previous to the war was connected with him,
will assist In the direction and execution of the
ba si ness, and win represent aim daring his'tem?
He will be pleased to serve any of his former
friends that may find it convenient to obtain
their supplies of him, and will endeavor, In the
ar lection of Goods and their prices, and .In the
general management ot the business, to give
satisfaction, and to harmoniza the interest or
purchaser and seller. , N, M. PORTER.
QHOICE JACKSON WHITE POTATOES.
160 bbl?. Choice Jackson White POTATOES.
Kow landing per Sark Acacia, from Boston, and
for sale by PAUL B. LALANE A CO.,
. decu-mw2 Ko. 171 East Rafi
EW ORLEANS SUGAR AND
20 bads. Fair to Prime SUGARS, just arrived per
3& hhds. Fair Sugars-in store
loo barrels Choice N. 0. Molasses-expected
For sale by T. TUPPE RASONS.
J^OW LANDING AND TO ARRIVE,
60 hhds. New Orleans SUGAR ?
200 bbis. New orleans Molasses .
2000 obis. Planting Potatoes
160 hhds. Reboiled Molasses
60 hhds. Muscovado Molasses.
For sale by G. W. WILLIAMS A CO.
JJ I O' C O F P E E.
Direct Importation. "For aale la lots to snit
purchasers. G. W. WILLIAMS A CO.
. .. . :o. .?? .A*-:.. '
HE OLD -NEW STORE.
TIP-TOWN GROOERT . .
A LAKGK ANO WBXLSXLCOTXD STOCK OF OHOIOS
WINES, Ac.,' Ac,
Received by every Steamer.'
FANCY GOOD?, FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS,
Made a specialty, at
Northwest cerner King and Cannon streets,
ASSORTED JELLIES In Wine Glasses, large and
small Tumblers, Goblets, and plat and quart Jara
Guava Jelly m half pound and one pound boxes.
Assorted Preserves in pint and qnart jars.
Canton Ginger (wet and dry) in Jars,
i French and American Cordials.
! Soft Shell Almonds, Layer Raisms, Carrants,
Citron, Prunes, Nelson's Sheet and Brilliant Gela?
tine, French sad American' Brandy Peaches,
Cooking Wine and Brandy, assorted Flavoring |
350 cases Canned Fruits, Vegetables, Meats, Ac,
consisting of fresh Peaches, Green Gages, Bartlett j
Pear?, White Hay Dnke Cherries, Quinces, Straw*
berries, Tomatoes, Green Corn, Green Peas, Okra,
Beef, Mutton, Turkey, Cove Oysters, Lobsters,
Fresh and Spiced salmon, and Devilled Ham.
Good claret on draught at $126 per gallon, at
nov26 Corner Meeting and Marsei street*.
IN G UL A B I T IES
'?THE GBEAT CHEAP MAN"
.. . e ttl fe ..' vr?5. ?.w.
. ?v; .' -. ??( AT . ti rt
LIN L EY ' S CH EAP 8 IO RES,
NOS. 190 AMD 886 KINO 8TBXXT.
Jost received per Steamer :'
60 tubs GOOS BUTTEil at 26 cents per single
pound, or 28 oems by the mb
60 tubs Strictly Choice Orange County Batter,
quality guaranteed, 3 pounds for $1, or
80 cents per pou'id by the tub
io cases Leslie's Celebrated Scotch Bitters, a
genuine article, and the only lot In the
10 half caes? Fancy Chop Young Hyson Tes,
guaranteed equal to any, and better
than a great many, Tea? sold at 82 per
pound. Don't forget that I ask for lt
only fl 60 per po and
io barrels Soft Waite Bagar, 8 pounds for SI.
$3000 worth Of FRENCH CHINA GOODS, at 10 per
cent, above cost
$2600 worth of Graniteware, at io per cent above
$2000 worth of CHRISTMAS GOODS, Including s
large assortment of Small Toys, st lo
per cent, above coat
$1000 worth of House-Furnishing Goods, Includ?
ing enmberless ema 1 articles, at 10 per
cent, auove coat
26 packages Glassware, at 10 per cent, above
The above Goods cannot be obtained at the
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.
Notices in ?ankrnpirtj.
IN THE DISTRICT oURT^oFra?
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRIOr OF |
SOUTH CAROLINA.-In the matter Of N. MER?
NA UGO. Bankrupt-In Bankruptcy-A Warrant
In Bankruptcy haa been Issued by said Court i
against the Estate of N. MERNAUGH, of the Conn-1
ty of Charleston, or I he State or South Carolins, .
In said District, adjudged a Bankrupt upon t . I
ped lon of his creditors; and the payment of any
debts and delivery of any property belonging to
said Bankrupt, to him orto his use, and the trans?
fer of any property by him, are forotdden by law..
A meeting of the creditors of ?aid Bankrupt, to
prove their debts, and choose one or more as
slaneea ol his Estate, will be held at a Court of
Bankruptcy, to be holden at Charleston, la said
District, on the EIGHTEENTH DAT OF DHCIUBIB,
A. D. 1871. st l o'clock P. M.. st the office of J. O.
CARPENTER, one of the Registrars la Bankrupt?
cy Of said Oonrt. I,. E. JOHNSON,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES OP AMERICA-EASTERN DIS?
TRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-In the matter of
WILIIAM VINCE, Bankrupt-In Bankruptcy.
To whom it may Concern : I, The undersigned,
hereby give notice of my appointment as As?
signee or WILLIAM VINCE, of the City of Charles?
ton, in the County of-Charleston and State of
South Carolina, within said District, who has
been adjudged a bankrupt upon hi* own petition,
by the District Court of said District.
Dated at Charleston, the 26th day or November,
A. D., 1871. H. L. P. BOLGER,
Pianos, Organs, &r.
glEGLING'S MUSIC STORE.
(ESTABLISHED IN 1819.)
Now on band, and for sale, a large and varied
assortment of PIANO FORTES, or approved good
makers, new and second-hand. Also CABINET
ORGANS and Musical Merchandise generally;
together with the latest an t mos>t fashionable
Music constantly receiving. PIANO FORTES to
Hire, Tuned. Repaired and taken In exchange.
Apply corner King and Beaufaln streets, tn rear
of old stand, third door. HENRY SIEGE INC..
nov25 imo .
meenie*, tjkpoxSt Ut. w
FT 8 ???' PRODUCE
FOR THE HOLIDAYS,
AT C. BART ^ CO^ Om ESTABLISHED
Nos. 55, 57 AND 69 MARXBT STREET.
76,000 CHOICES WEET ORANGES
200 bouches Banana*
23.000 Cocoann ta %
350 barrels Choice Red Apples
40 boxes Messina Lemons
io kegs Malaga Grapes -
20 cases Catawba Grapes
20 frails Honey Dates
? 15 barrels Cape Cod Cranberries
100 whole, bair and qr. boxes Layer Raisins
26 boxes Tai kiah Pronea -
600 poonda Dram Fica . %
500 pounds choice Figs, in hau* and qr. b:xes '
160 boxea Fire Crackers
io barrels Pecan Natl -
io barrels Lisbon Soft-Shell Almonds
10 barrels Brazil Nnts
. 6 banals English Walnuts
5 barrels Hazle Nats
100 barrels Peach Blow and Jackson White
40 barrels Red Onions . .
soco heads of Northern Cabbage.
Parties win do well te give us a call before pur?
Partien'ar attention gi Ven to all order?;
dcoll-mwra q BART A 00.
piNE TABLE1 SHERRY.
JC6T RECEIVED FROM XERES
20 quarter cases PALE TABLE SHERRY, of ex?
cellent quality and low price. Por sale by
dec&-smwS KLINOK. WICKENBBRG A CO. .
RAISINS, AM?ONOS? CITRON, CURr
Extra London LAYER ("all bunches'') RAI*N8>
Undoo La,? Raisin, j tst^j?\ * ^.
New Crop Currants
Prince's Son abell Almonds ^,
Jordon's Sweet Shelled Almonds
Jordon's Bitter h-belled Almonds <
Turkish Figs in baskets and boxea
French Imperial Ploma ' -
French Prone? for cooking
Dried Cherries for cooking.. ... ,.r .
DESICCATED COCO \ NC T. Maniok? Cat Meal ...
Oat Or 1st, Robinson's Prepared Barley, Pearl Sago fl
Tapioca, Coxe's Sparkling O?iarlne
cooper's Sheet Lloglas*.
ALBERT BISCUITS, Mlddlemas
Nteaao Biscuits 1 ?
Milk Biscuits (. ?-.y .
Water B acults f"*?*Freaa
Debert Rusks )
?gV * j
For sale by KLISOK. WICRENBERO A CO.
Jeco-smws_ -? ?> .?o'
i*~10GNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DT, IN U. S. BONDED STORES,
A. TOBIAS* BOSS,. Bo. HO EAST BAY?
Offer for sale from O. 8. Bonded Warehouse, '
Choice COGNAC ead LA ROCHELLE BRANDY,
yanons vintages, lo
. tl? ;.
Cases of one dcast bttUes each.
?HOICE WHITE MILLING CORN*AND
FLOUR, LANDING THIS DAY.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 Fas" Bay, offer for
sale invoices Cholee white MILLING CORN and
Extra FLOCR lapdlng thia day. angft-flmo
JJA ELMON Y'S SHERRY WINE. .
A. TOBIAS' SONP, No. no East Bay. oller for
Rale an Invoice of Choice HARHOEY'S PALE
SHERRY WINE. "A. TOBIAH* SONS.
auga-emo_? .. ?1
QHOI?E HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., 5a no East Bay, offer for
aal? an Invoice of choice HAVANA CIGARS,
direct from Factory in Havana. aogs-on^
A. TOBIAS' SONS. No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale an lav?los of FIRS CRACE ESS, landing this
day. _.. ... _sngs-omo
T7LKEGAR, PRUNES, WHITE WINE,
V CLARET, Ac. .
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer fot sale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White wine, imported direct from
France. - .... angS-emo
j^NGLISH PORTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of Messrs. Edward
A George Hlobert, of London, offer for sale Hib
bert* PORTER and Bean's PAU ALE-pinta
and quana. . augS-Cmo
.g?RNBLAMS YEAST POWDER.
Having used YEAc J POWDER In oar families
for several j eui, we give a decided preference,
above au other, to that prepared by EBW. S.
BURNHAM, Druggist and Apothecary, No, 421
ling, near Calhoun street:
Rev. JOHN T. WIGHTMAN, D. D.
Rev. T. E. WANNAMAKEK.
P. K. COBURN, Intendant Town of Summer.
O. L. HOLMES.
GEO. & PELZER M. D,
W. B. SMUH, Master Machinist, S. C. R. R.
B. C. WEBB._. nov4-emos
JJAVE YOU TRIED. THAT GINGEE
ALE, found only at WILSONS'3
MW Have yon tried that Crown Sherry, found
only at WILSONS'?
MW Have yoo tried that French Brandy, round
only at WILSONS'?
MW Have yon tasted Peak, Frean A Co.'a
Crackers, at WILSONS"
MW Have you ever, stranger, visited the Gro?
cery House of WILSONS' ?
aa-Have yoo seen the ''Heathen Chinee," at
MW Have yoo made jour Holiday Parchases, at
MW Go to the Economical Grocery House of^
MW Select jour Uousetoid Gooda at
MW Have them sent home free by
MW Yon cannot enjoy the Holiday Season with
oat the aid of WILSONS' r
?-No Grocery House In Charleston can excel
that of WIL^NS' I
MW No dealers cell cheaper than the well-known
House of WILSONS' I
MW No House receives larger consignments
than that of WILSONS' I
MW No House in thia city has a better arranged
Stock than WILSONS' l
aw No House ras a larger permanent custom
than that or ' WILSONS'!
MW No Hoose in Charleston has established a
specialty bot WILSONS' I
MW No one haa ever railed, after one trial, to
reinvest In that Dollar Tea of WILSONS' l
MW No one, after a trial, has ever failed to re?
commend WILSONS" t
MW The demands of every one for Groceries
can be supplied by WILSONS' !
MW This Boase stands uneqoalled in the char?
acter of its Geoda, and lt la admitted that no one
surpasses THE WILSONS !
A word now to Stranger?: We Invite yoo to
give os a call during your stay in Charleston, and
we guarantee satisfaction. Nothing has been
left undone to make oar House attractive, and
ire feel confident that those who extend to os
their patronage will be amply remunerated by
the outlay. Don't forget that at Ne. sos KIN*
9TREET yoo wai Und them. Bring your Mends,
?nd be convinced that no Grocery Hoose in thia
-tty can compare with that of
No. cOS King sjf.ee t.