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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON & CO..
No. 14B East Bay. Charleston, S.e.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1871.
-Gold at New York closed yesterday at
-The New York cotton market closed
firm ; uplands 20] cents; sales 1G19 bales.
-At Liverpool cotton closed firm; up?
lands 9; al OJ, Orleans lOjd; sales 15,000
The New Apportionment.
On Thursday last the House passed a bill
providing for a Bew apportionment of Repre?
sentatives in Congress, to continue until tho
results of the census of 1880 are announced,
the number of members beiLg increased
from 243 to 283. The New York World
exhibits, in tabular form, the results of this
apportionment as respects the several States.
The rote is that the aggregate population of
the States is to be divided by the Humber
of members, and lh?> quotient thus obtained
becomes the divisor of the population of
each State, such second quotient being the
ntimber of Representatives said State is to
have; always provided that if the requisite
number of members for the whole apportion?
ment are not obtained by such division, the
States having the largest remainders are to
be given an additional member each, until
the full House is obtained. Thus the popu.
latlon of the thirty-seven States by the cen?
sus of 1870 is 38,113,253; this divided by
283, the number of Representatives, gives
134,675 as the representative quota, and di
viding this into the population of each State
the first draught of the new apportionment
Ia obtained. Next, we must credit any State
having a less population than the quota
with one Representative, that bel?g its con
stitutional right by virtue of beiog a State
Then the number of members thus obtained
is added up, and if the sum fails to equal the
whole number of members allowed under
tbe apportionment, the States having the
largest fractions of a quota are credited with
an additional member till the House is com
pie te. As will be seen, the first divisions
and the constitutional requirements sum up
266 members; seventeen are theo to be ob?
tained, and are allotted in the order of the
fractions named from one to seventeen. Sub?
joined is the tabular exhibit of the popula?
tion, members on full quota, fractional parts
of quota rank thereof, whole number of
members each State has under the appor?
tionment, and the loss and gain :
TU5 NEW APPORTIONMENT.
Basis of Representation.134 675.
S't h Caren- a.
West Vindo tn
2 96 049
4 88 216
a :Ut :
Z . ?3 :
E. \s 3
Total.I 38.113,?63| 2681.|_| 283l 242
It will be seen that the New England
States lose two and gain one representative;
the Middle and Pacific States gain one each ;
. the Western States gain twenty-two, and
the Soathern States thirteen.
In making the apportionment the Repub?
lican majority utterly iguore the Fourteenth J
constitutional amendment. Their refusal to
accept the logic of facts of their own crea?
tion was preseuted to Congress, by Mr. Cox,
as follows: "Since no disqualifying circum?
stance but 'crime' is allowed by the Four?
teenth amendment to operate in any State,
''all those who are debarred from voting by
"tax, property or educational restrictions
"must be deducted from the number entitled
Ho representation. In cutting these off from
"suffrage, the State cuts itself off from the
"numerical advantage they would give to
"its representation. Now Rhode Island dis
"franchises nearly fourteen thousand males
"for reasons other than that of 'crime,' and
' that number is therefore to be deducted
"from the whole male population, which is
"by the census 217,353, leaving 203,353 for
"the actual voting population. These are
"all who are entitled, therefore, to repre?
sentation. Applying the standard of 136,
"219, thia fails to give Rhode Island a sec
"ond member. That is according to the
"amendment which the Radicals have
"always accused the Democrats of ignoring.
"But the Census Bureau refuses to allow
"any such deduction as that which the
"Fourteenth amendment insists on, but
"counts in all who have been disfranchised
"for other causes than rebellion or crime."
Tuis will not do. The parly in Congress
who made the amendments are required to
respect and obey them. What disfranchises
iu one State must, by every principle or jus?
tice, ditfranchise in another, and the appor
tioL.u.eut must Le governed accordingly.
The Debate of Wednesday.
A perusal of the report of the debate in
the House of Representatives on Wednesday,
printed in THE NEWS of to-day, ought to
convince aDy reasonable man of both the
present sincerity of Bowen and the constant
rascality of the Ring. The game is, to pre?
vent any investigation ; bot if the Ring think
that to squelch Bowen is to make themselves
safe, they are fearfully and wondrously mis?
It? ad it:
We urge the colored members of the Leg?
islature to read the article of the New York
Tribune upon the South Carolina bond
frauds. Horace Greeley, the life-long cham?
pion of the colored people, tells the colored
legislators that, in laying bare the iniquities
of the State Government, they oller a brave
example to party leaders everywhere. Will
the colored majority deserve this praise, or
earn merited obloquy by sellicjr, out to
[From the Legislative Proceedings on Tuesday.]
The colored members lashed themselves up
toa terrible condition of Indignation, and de?
nounced the committee in unmeasured terms.
They declared that they would not be ridden
any longer by a half dozen carpet-baggers
from God knew where; that this negro Legis?
lature would have to bear the stigma of falling
In Its duty In the present crisis through the
chicanery of a few white members.
U h . rc and Oh ! Where 1? the Land
Scrip Gone ?
[From the Charleston Courier of yes:erday.]
That Governor Scott obtained the scrip we
all know. We also know that the provisions
of the Act have not been compile i with. We
further know that the Governor has been busy
with other large frauds, of which he stands con?
victed on his own confession, and involving
many millions of dollars, as is shown by the
report ot the House of Representatives, and
one would have supposed that Robert K.
Scott could at least afford to do his duty in a
matter which Involved the trifling amount of |
a lew hundred thousand dollars. Such, how?
ever, is not the case. From California we re?
ceive positive Information that Mr. William S.
Chapman, ol San Franci-co, purchased from
G. F. Lewi9, of Clevelind. Ohio, South Caro?
lina land scrip amounting to 52,160 acres at an
average price of 91 7-10 cents per acre.
Opposition to Grant in Carolina and
[Washington Correspondence Ne? York Tribune, j
A leading South Carolina Republican politi?
cian, who arrived here yesterday, (December
16) says that lt ls by no means certain, as has
been heretolore supposed, that the delegation
from that State to the National Convention
will favor General Grant's renomination. The
Columbia Union, the only Republican paper in
the State, in a late issue, urged that the people
should see to it that no Federal office-holders
were chosen as delegates, or allowed to be in?
fluential In their selection, and this he refers
to among other things'as an evidence or a
change of oplnioi arnon:; the party leaders,
md a purpose no> to support General Grant
Tor re-election. Iuformatlon from Georgia in?
dicates that a similar disposition has begun to
t>e manifested tbere by the Republicans, who
apposed the Bullock-Blodgelt faction in the
days ol Its supremacy, and who, ?ince its
downfall, have a controlling influence in the
Ye Cannot Escape the Coutts:
[From Bowen's Speech Impeaching Scott.]
As to his -present move being made In the
interests af the Democratic party, he scorned 11
the imputation, lt was made in the interests
of the people, who bad stood by him for years.
It was the policy of thc Republican party togo
to the bottom of this matter, and he gloried In
ihe knowledge, when he thought of his half
starved constituents, that there was a power
beyond the House that might Btill compel ju*
lice If the House proved remiss. The crimi
nals might survive the present proceedings,
but they cou'd not escape the courts, lo which
this matter would surely be brought If other
measures failed ; and. so help me God, I will
help any men who will move to bring this mat?
ter before the courts with all the testimony In
my possession, with al! the knowledge that I
have, and with all my gowers.
The Negroes Tired of Gilded Vice.
[Frem Bowen's Speech Impeaching Scott.]
He continued that they might barp about
this proposed action being the ruin of the Re?
publican party, but he submitted that if lo un?
earth frauds were to sound the death-knell cf |
the Republican party, it were better that it be
destroyed. His constituents were tired of be?
ing robbed to support in luxury men in this
city, now rolling in gol len equipages. If the
Republican party did not come to their assist?
ance, they would have to take care of them?
selves by finding new party affiliation;.
The Charge* Mast he True.
[From Gowen'a Speech Impeaching Scot]
He was satisfied that his charges against the
Governor were true, for if they were not the
Governor would not have raised the hue and
cry that he had raised within twelve hours re?
garding them. If he had been clean and hon?
est In the matter he would have courted Investi?
gation, and demanded a trial. Instead ol that,
as soon as the Grand Chief of the Ring, as he
might be called, was proceeded against, lt was
found that all his etnlssities, the lesser satel?
lites of the Ring, were Socking the floor of
the House and interviewing its members as
they had been doing a!l that day.
OCHOOL NOlICE.-THE S?B8CRLBER
O will c nttnue the Sehe a heretofore kept by
Dr. BRUNS, at No. 85 Beaafaln street. The Ex?
ercises will be resumed on Tuesdav, the 2d Jana
ary, 1872. C. B. COJHRAN.
SHERWOOD BOARDING AND DAY
M'HOOL for Young Ladles, now n session
at No. 9i Wentworth street. For circu?...s, appiy
to Mrs. JOI1N LAURENS, Principal.
Drugs ano ?tlc?icines.
Reliable Scabs for sale by
dec22 DR. U. bAER.No. 131 Meeting street.
FLUID EXTRACTS, ELIXIRS, Ac, Ac.
A FULL ASSORTMENT.
Having taken the Agency for the sale of the
O'IUDS of Messrs. W. R. WaRNEKA CO.. Phila?
delphia, 1 oder to the Profess! n and to the Trade
a full line of the above articl.s, at manufacturers'
Warner's Iron aud Iodoform rills are well
known and highly approved by the Faculty. Their
medicines are can fully prepared and perfectly
Miau e. For sale who.esale um) retail by
DR. H. BAER.
decSS Who.esale Agent for south Caro.lna.
of Marlon Lodge Ko. 2, I. 0. 0. F., will be
held THIS EVENING, at Odd Fellows' Hall, corner
King and Liberty streets, at 7 o'clock, candidates
for the "Initiatory Degree" will please be punc?
tual. ROBERT C. STARK.
WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY
CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION.-The Regu?
lar Moathlv Meesing of the A-s dation will oe
held THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock, at the Hall of the
Merchants' Hotel, corner of King and Socle:y
By order. D. E. GIL LI L A ND.
dec22_Secretary and Treasurer.
NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY.-F IFTY
SECOND ANNIVERSARY.-The Annual
MeetiBg or this Society will b? held THIS DAT, the
22d instant, at 12 o'clock M., at the Charleston
Hotel, when an election will take place roroffljers
for thc e.- suing year, and ot^er important busi?
By order ol the President.
THADDEUS STREET, Secretary.
?j-Members or the Society and their guests are
invited to assemble at the Charleston Hotel at 6
o'clock THIS EVENING. Dinner will be strveu
precisely at 7 o'clock.
J. R. HEAD, 1
J. B. STEELE, } Cta<rn>-(]q
dec22 FREDK. RICHARDS. J alewarus"
UNION STAR FIRE COMPANY.-YOU
are hereby summoned to attend an Extra
Meeting of your Companv, on FRIDAY NIGHT, the
22d Instant, at half-past 7 o'clock, at the Engine
Hall. Busine s of import mee will be transacted.
Fail not on pain of the penalties that wilt fail
Ultreon. By order of the President.
LEWIS G. BROWN, Secretary ? S. F. Co.
a child. Apply at this office. dec22-3
WANTED, A WHITE GIRL AS CHAM?
BERMAID, and attend on children. Apply
ar. No. t5 Hasel street, next to Saint Marv's
WANTED, A GOOD COOK AND WASH?
ER. Recommendations required. Apply
at No. 26 Rutledge street._dec22-l*
WANTED, A GOOD HOUSE SERVANT
if good character. Apply to No. 121
Corning street, opposite St. Path's Church.
TTTASHINGTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE
YT COMPANY.-Attend the regular Monthly
Meeting of your Company at your Hall, lHis
EVENING, 22d Inst., at 7 o'clock preci ely.
By oidtr. M. FITZGIBBON,
dec22_Secretary w. s. F. E. Co.
^ITTET NURSE WANTED IMMEDIATE?
LY LY. Apply at No. 25 Montague-street, sec?
ond door below smith-street, South side.
WANTED, A COLORED WOMAN TO
Cook and Wash. Must come well recom
melded. Apply at No. 23 MOL tag ue street.
WANTED TO PURCHASE, ALL KINDS
of FANCY PIGEONS, Birds and Animals;
also, a pa r of Wild "Jiger Cats and two Alhga ors,
between nveand six ret long. App'y at No. 56
East Bay. Any one wishing wild uuiiuals can
sj ply aa above._decal
WANTED, SEVERAL SMART, HON?
EST Boys, with good moral training.
Board an I progressive gal ?ry will be given.
ARCHER'S BAZAAR, No. 363 King Street.
WANTED. 1 HE PUBLIC TO ?AVE 50
per cent, by procuring christmas Presents
?nd New Year's Gilts at A KC U Ufo BAZAAR. No.
363 K:Dg street_dec is mwf3*
WANTED, A WOMAN TO DO THE
housework for a family of three persons
Inquire at No. 6 Wragg Square. A cermau
i\ oman preferred._dec20
WANTED TO PURCHASE, TWO
Second-hand ENGINES, with Saw and
Fistures complete ; on? poitatile, 20 ti 25 horse?
power; the other stationary, 20 to 25 horse power.
Applv io W. P. DOWLING A CO , No. 9 boyce's
WANTED PURCHASERS OF ilCKEli
la the Land and Itnuitgraiicu Anoclauvt.
f YcSSrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARV A CO
rickets u<>w ready Will be g..vi to seo mi friend
it the oilier of Mr. EDWARD M. MORELAND,
so. a? Broad street. EBEN COFFIN. spfcAs
VI7ANTED, AN EXPERIENCED
VV CHILD'S NURSE. Oue without children
ind well recommeuiied can Und a permanent
i ac<\ by apply lu g at N . 124 Meeting sireo .
WANTED, FIVE GOOD MEN TO SELL
the Ellas Howe Improved Family se? lug
ilachlne. Litt?ral inducements. Call at the
mice, No. 302-Kmg street, City. decie
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE WHITE
Girl to do general housework and attend
o a child. Apply lift ween the hours ol one and
wo o'clock, this day, at MACQUEEN A KlEcKt'S
tos. 21 and 23 Vendue Range. dcclS
WANTED, A COMPETENT WHITE
WOMAN to coo* and wash fur a famliy of
bree pe sons; also, a Colore 1 Boy 12 or 14 years
ii age. Appiy at No. ll Weutworth sn ea.
WANTED EVERYBODY TO KNOW
thal you can get a First Class SEWING
I1ACH1NE rrom LL'NsFORl), Smith street, near
Wentworth, cheaper than from auy other man in
(he city or State, (jive law a cul and sec for
?*>7K A MONTH, EXPENSES PAID,
I fj Male or Female Auenis.-Hor.-e and
jut ut luruished to sell our UNIVERSAL CEMENT,
Combination Tunuel, Buttou Uoie cutter and
uther articles. Circulars .ree. Address Novelty
company, Saco, Me. novl4-7a
AGENTS WANTED !-FOR THE UNI?
VERSAL TWINE AND THREAD CUTTER;
saves time, twice, thread. Hogers and teeth. Some?
thing everybody wanta. Samples mailed ou re?
ceipt of 25 cents. Address GEORGE DAVIS, No.
5U9 Broadway, New York. oct30-Cmoa
?oet a nb io uni).
FIVE DOLLARS RE^AT?D~AVILI7 BE
paid for a young HOUND DOG. nine mon (hs
old. full gro*n, with wnl eaud blick spots, lost
Friday morning, belonging to LOUIS DU.sNe,
MANN, corner of Klug aud shepherd s reetj.
ANY PERSON HAVING MY SETTER
DOG will please leave him at No. 43 Rut
leuge Avenue, or No. 22 Vendue Range. I will
pay a reward lor the;same. Tue said Dog ls large
lu tlze aud white, with liver colored nea I, ai.d a
stripe or white in the face. T. M. CATER, No. 43
Rutledge Avenue decl9
FOR SALE.- JTJST KECElY?TT??fAT?
DITION to ray formt r stock, a car load of
Young Kentucky Broke MULES. And to arrive
ab"ut is: January, a lot of Young Work MAKES,
find may be seen at thej-ubscribtr's Stables,
yueen btreet. P. Wtsr. tncti-?*
WOOD I WOOD! WOOD!-ALL CITI
ZENS of Charleston are Informed that
they can puicha<e the best OAK WOOD and Tel?
tow Pine at 50 cents to $1 per cord less than Lora
any other factor in the div, by applying to thc
Savannah and Charleston "Hal roan Wharf. Best
Oak $5 to $5 60 per cord. Yellow Pine $4 to $4 50
p?r cord. Carting. $1 per cord. det22-l*
NO. 339 KING STREET.-DONT FOR
GET to come for your "CHRISTMAS
FRUIT." KLEIN has a splendid assoit ment, aud
is very busy, and sells them fast. You had better
come soou and get what you want, l ou will
find also, for the lune ones, ' Christmas Trees."
to make them happy and feel so vourcdf; aud
KLEIN will bi happy, to j, io picas) you.
FOR SALE OR TO RENT, A STORE
AND DWr LUNG, at Branchville, S. C. In?
quire of D. LOEB, No. ? Lioorty street, Charles
ton.S. C._ decl5-fmw4*
FOR SALE, ONE GOOD SECOND-HAND
CARRIAGE. For sile cheap. Apply to
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS A CO., Factors, Church
ALOT FINE CANARY BIRDS-GOOD
Slopers. Also. Seeds and Fish Roe. for
sale at A. BUERO'S, No. 82 Market stree;.
JUST ARRIVED, A LOT OF FINE TUR
KEYS, which will be sold from 12 lo $3 60 a
pair. Apply to w. HUNT'S, No. 42 Market stteet.
FOR SALE, A NEAT HOUSE AND LOT
No. 25 Shepherd street, between Com tug
street and Sires alley. Inquire of SALLIE J.
MURPHY, No. 46 Beaufaln street. decl6-6?
FOR THE HOLIDAYS !-NOW, LADIES
and Gentlemen, Is the time to go to
KLEIN'S, No. 339 King street, and get one of his
beautiful, nice singing Canaries. You can be cer?
tain that Mr. Kl.KIN will select one to your satis?
faction, and everybody who has bought them
are very much pleased. The price ls very mode?
TTTTRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
VV NEWSPAPERS in large or sma? quantities.
Pnc< 60 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at tnt
o::'.vt of THE NEWS. mayls
CAD ?IT Y OF "M US"
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1871.
MR. H A R 3 Y SEYMOUR,
On which cecasioa he will appear In the Charac?
In the new Romantic P ar, entitled
And in his Lifelike Personation of WILLIAM in
BLACK EYED SUSAN
SATURDAY', MATINEE-BLACK EYED SUSAN.
LD- DAN RICE'S
Will exhibit In Charleston one wees, com?
MONDAY', DECEMBER 25, 1871.
Two Exhibitions each day-Afternoon and
Introducing the Grandest and Greatest Arenle
Entert.lament ever presented In America, em?
bracing GorgeJU3 Military and Civic Pageants,
Tournaments, National Grand Entres, Patriotic
Tableaux Vivant, Aboriginal Pampas, Scenes and
Shifting Living Pictures ofBewiui- ring Beauty.and
Introducing the most COMPLETE COMPANY* OF
CELEBRATED ARTISTES that ha9 ever been con?
gregated tor Equestrian and Olympian Pastimes.
ALL TUE BE VT FEATURES OF TUE GYMNA?
SIUM. ENTERTAINMENTS OF UNTOLD MERIT,
nuder the immediate management of
"OLD" DAN RICE.
(His first visit to this city since 1S50,)
Who will most positively appear at each exhi?
bition lu his old time character of the Nation's
Humorist, and introducing his BRITE ACTORS,
the world-renowned "BLIND HORSE EXCELSI?
OR, Jr.," STEPHEN* A. DOGULAS.and the original
cotorlous Clown Mules, Pete and Barney.
This is the finest eirena in talent and elegance
of appointment ever proJecteJ-even by DAN
RICE-and has been witnessed by the fashionable
world, and pronounced unequalled In the history
of thc American Arena.
Doors open at l and 7 P. M. Grand Entres at
2 and 8 o'clock.
Adm'sslon-Adults 75 cents; children nnder
ten years 25 cents. S. E. CRANE.
America's Greatest Singer, at the ACADEMY OF
MUSIC, In two Grand MOULTON CONCERTS,
TntmsoAY and FRIDAY, December 2S and 29,1871,
assisted by Mr. BROOKUOUSE BOWLER, Tenor,
Sig. FERRANT!, wo.'l.l-:eno.vned Baritone Buf?
fo, and Mr. JAS. M. WEHLI, the eminent Pianist.
Mr. GEO. W. COLBY, Musical Director. decl8
PIANO TO RENT, ONE OF KNABE'S
celebrated 7-octave Piano. To an approved
person the rent will Le leasonnble. Apply at inls
PLEASANT ROOMS TO RENT IN A
choice nelzhborhood at No. ll Donghty
street. Apply on the premises. novi5
110 RENT, TWO hi. ROE FRONT ROOMS
. frontiDg on King street, c.mer of Liberty
street, possession ?iven /rum the lat or Novem?
ber. Also, four neat comfortable rooms over the
store fronting on Liberty street. Possession given
Immediately. Apply on premises. octal
BOARDING. - A FEW GENTLEMEN
can be accommodated with good boan
and pleasant rooms, on mo lera.e terms. i>y ap
myimr at No. 12 Wentworth ctreet. DAY BOARD?
ING also furnished. mayltJ
CT?P?R?NTRSHI P NOTTCE^^THRo
PARTNF.RslilP hitherto ?xlsting auder the
name of G 0DR1CU, WINEMAN X CO., having
been dissolved on the6th of October last by tue
death of Mr. GEORGri 0. GOODRICH, the under
signe! aa Surviving Co;artners will close the bu
arness of the late Arm. All persons indebted will
make payment to PHILIP WINEMAN,
Charleston, December ll, lbTl.
The undersigned having purchased the Interest
of the estate < I Goodrich In the stock in trade of
the late Arm of uUcDKICU, WiNEMAN A CO., on
the Din day of October last for.i.fd a Copartner?
ship .'or the purpose of carri lng on the WHOLE?
SALE DRUG BUSINESS, at the old stand, No. 35
Ha vee sir-et, under the name and arm of
PHILIP WINEMAN A CO.
JUHN ASH HURST.
Charleston. December ll. 1871. decll-tuf8
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY' OF RICHLAND-Vourt of com
mun Pleas.-PHINEAS F. F RAZEE, as Sheriff,
Plaintiff, against EDWARD L. DEANE. Defend?
ant-Copy snmmoL8-For Money Demand-[Com?
plaint Served, j
To EDWARD L. DEAN, Defendant In this ac?
tion : You aie hereby summoned and required to
answer he complaint in thia acilOD, ol which a
copy la herewith served upon you, and to serve a
copy of your answer on the subscribers, at their
olllce at Columbia, within twenty days alter the
service of this summons on you, exclusive ol the
day of service.
If you fall to answer this complaint wu hin the
time afurtsaid, the plaintiff will take Judgment
azainst you fur thc sum of six hundred and
t A cu ty une 27 100 dollars, with interest at the
rate ur Beven per cent, per annum, from the erst
day uf November, one thousand e.ght hundred
aud seventy-one, and costs.
MONTEITH A BACSKETT.
P. E. MILLER, C. C. C.
Dated November 2?, 1871.
To thc Defendant, EDWARD L. DEANE: Take
notice that the summons la this action, of which
the foregoing ls a copy, was riled lu Hie ellice O?
the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, In the
County of Richland, In the State uf South Caroli?
na, on the twenty eighth doy uf November, 1S71
MONTEITH & BAUsKETT,
Dated November 23, 1871. decS-fS
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CHARLESTON CO UNI Y\-Certificate of Lim?
ited Partnership between REUBEN R. HUD ?INS,
of the City and county uf Charleston, PAUL
QUATTLEBA?M and U Al'DIA J. BRODIE, of
Lexingt n CO??-J, and -"tate aforesaid.
This t ert Dcate hereby jvlincsseth that thc
undersigned have, by virtue of an Ac, of the
General Atsembiy or thc S ate afor. said enttlod
"An Act to authorize the formation of Limited
Partnerships." passed In the year of our Lord one
'housand eight hundred and thirty-seven, and
another Act, en titi d "An Act to extend the dura?
tion of an Act author zing the formation of
Limited Partnerships," passed lu the year or our
Lord one thoa anu eight hundred and forty six,
and another Act exiMidi g the sam; until re?
pealed, pa-sed December 20th, 1866, formed a
Limited Partnership, as follows:
First. The name or firm under which such Pan
nerahlp shall be conducted ls R. H. HUD01NS
Second. The gener l nature of the bus ness In
tend d to he tr?nsacied Is that of Manufacturing
Lumber, of I urchasing a id Vending Timber aud
Lumber, and mung orde; s for the ?ame.
Tmrd. CLAUDIA J. BRODIE, of ihe County of
Lexington, and state or South Carill a 1- the
Special Partner, and KEUBEN R. UUDGINS, of
the City an County of Charleston, in the State of
South Carolina, and PAUL QUATTLEBA?M. of
the county of Lexington, state of South carolina,
are the General i-art.ers.
Fourth. CLAUDIA J. BRODIE, a Special Part?
ner, has coi.tributed five thousand dui ara ($5000)
to the common stock of the Partnership.
Firth. The ca.ti Partnership is to date rom and
commence on the 28th day of September, A. D.
one thonsand eight hundred and seventy-one,
and terminate on the 28th day of September,
eighteen hundred and seventy-five.
Witness our ha.as and seals this 12th day of
CLAUDIA J. BR'JDIE. [L. 8.1
H. R. HUDGIN?, IL. 8.1
PAUL QUATTLEBA?M, [L. 8.]
Signed and sealed la the presence of
JAS. M. CURTIS.
A. F. Ci.'RTi8. decl8-5
(Skoteries, Ciqnoro, Ut.
A lot of Fine MULLET ROE3,Drled and Pickled,
for sa e by
SHACKELFORD A KELLY,
JUST RECEIVED, AND FOR SALE AT
KOO sacks GOOD SOUTHERN FLOUR at
GEORGE \V. WILLIAMS A CO.,
QORN! CORN ! CORN !
10 OOO bushels Prime White and Mixed CORN.
Landing and lor sale by
dec20-3 HERMANN* BULWINKLE.
JP LOUR! FLOUR ! FLOURI
2O0O barrels FLOUR, various grades, in store,
and for sale by HERMANN BULWINKLE.
ATTENTION! FAMILIES, HOUSE
You can save that long walk down town by
buying your supplies from
Northwest corner King and Cannon streets.
a a-All Gooda delivered free. ._
JUST RECEIVED FROM STEAMER,
A fresh supply of CAN GOODS of various kinds.
Pr?seme, Pure French Cord al, Jellies in wine
?r?as-M and tumblers, Almonds, Raisins, New
Figs, Currants, 4c. For sale low by
Northwest corner King and Cannon streets.
as-All Goods delivered tree._
IjMNE TABLE BUTTER AT 25 CENTS
1 PER POUND.
Best old North Carolina CORN WHISKEY, fl 75
per gallon; good light Brown Sugar, 10lbs. for $1,
lt D. IITZGIBBON'S,
Northwest corner King and Cannon 6tieets.
?5-Ali Goods delivered iree.
Receiving from steamer, quarter casks of best
DLD SHERRY, quarter casks of One Old Port,
.parter casks fine Old Mad Ira, choice Old Malaga
and Claret Wiuea. For sale by
Northwest corner Sing and Cannon streets.
as-All Goods delivered free._dec9-lmo
jpLQUB ! FLOUR ! FLOUR !
200 sacks Campsen Mil s CHOICE FAMILY
200 sacks Campsen Mills Choleo Extra Flour
200 tacks C. M. Snpcr Flour in barrels, half,
quarter, eighth, one-sixteenth barrel-sack
to Bult the trade
600 barrels Choice Western Family, Extra,
Super and Fine Flour
300 barn ls Choice Bakers' Flour.
CORN I CORN I
5030 bushels PRIME WHITE CORN, now land?
ing, and In store.
For sale by JNO. CAMPSEN A CO.,
dec2i-3 Nos. 12 and 14 Market street.
R 1 0 0 0
F F E E .
For sale In lots to snit
G. W. WILLIAMS 4 CO.
r\ ERMAN BOLOGNA SAUSAGE,
UT DUTCH AND ENGLISH CHEESE.
German BOLOGNA S A US AG G
Du ca Herrings
White Sugar-Cared Hams (imall)
Smoked Tongues and Beef
Smoked Salmon and Bloaters.
English Chedder CHEESE (small)
Imitation English (superior)
Choice Orange County Butter.
French Green Peas, Mushroom Truffles and As?
paragus. Fur sale nv
dec21 -2 KL1NCK, WICKENBERG A CO.
g ACON, SUGAR, COFFEE, Ac, Ac.
50 hhds. C. R. BACON SIDES
25 hhds. Bac n Shoulders
75 boxes D. S. Sides and Bellies
50 boxes 1>. s. shoulders
50 tierces Prime S. C. Hams
loo packages Lard
200 packages Cneese
loo kegs and tubs Butter
600 b xes Jellie- and Preserves
100 boxes New Ralsius
250 sacKH Codee
100 chests Hysun and Oolong Tea
75 hhds. Demerara and New Orleans Sugars
loo bbls. New orleans Molasses
300 bois. Canton Syrup
250 packages Mackerel, bbls., halves, qrs.
600 boxes S. C. Herrings
25 bbls. Pickled Herrings
5000 lbs. Codfish.
In store, ian i me and for sale low by
declS STEFFENS. WEHNER A DUCKER.
H R I S T M A S SUPPLIES!
G. H. Mumm's Verzenay.
U. H. Mumm's Dry Verzenay,
Moet A enaction's Greeu Seal,
Krug A Co.'s.
f. Johnson ? son's Medoc,
St. Julien, Sr. Estephe,
La Rose, c bateau Margeaux,
And a full assortment of FANCY GROCERIES,
Ine Wines and Liquors, of all kinds, at lowest
lg u res, at
Corner Market and Meeting streets.
Goods delivered free. decio
j?URNHAM'S YEAST POWDER.
Having nsed YEAST POWDER In our families
or several years, we give a decided preference,
ibove all other, to that prepared by EDW. S.
BURNHAM, Druggist and Apothecary, No. 421
Sing, near Calbouu street:
Rev. JOHN T. WIGHTMAN, D. D.
Rev. T. E. WANNAMAKErC
P. K. COBURN, intendant Town of Summer?
ville. S. C.
G. L. HOLMES.
GEO. H. PELZE R. M. D.
W. B. SMI i U, Master Machinist, S. C. R. R.
B. C. Wi-.BB. nov4-6mos
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CUARLESTON-Court of Com
non Ilea.-H. H. HKLE.JN, Plaintiff, against
LOUIS McLAlN, Defendant.-Copy Summons
For Money Demand -[complaint not served.]
To LOUIS McLAlN, Defendant in this action :
You ate hereby summoned and required toan
iwer the Comptai it In this action, which was flied
n thc Ofllcc cf thc Clerk of common Pleas for
:he said county, and te serve a copy of your an?
swer on the subscribers, at their oftlce, No. 60
Broad street. Chai teston. South Carolina, within
.wenty days after the service of this summons on
ton, exclusive of the day of service. If you fall
io answer this complaint within he t me afore
?aid. the plalntltr will take judgment against you
or the sum of fifteen hundred dollars, with in
lercst at the rate of seven per cent, per annum
'rom the twentieth day of April, one thousand
?lght hundred and severnv one, and costs.
CAMPBELL A SEABROOK,
To LOUIS McLAlN : Please take notice thu the
mmmons in this action, of which the foregoing ts
i copy, was filed tn the office of the Clerk of the
Jourt of Common Pleas, of Charleston County, on
.he 12th day of Odober.A, D. 1371.
CAMPBELL St SEABROOK.
dec22f6 Plaint iff'8 Attorneys.
Cigars, (Tobacco, Ut.
X~GO~0 . CHA N OE P O E
UUEAP CIGARS, TOBACCO, MEERSCHAUM AND
ind all belonging to the trade, to close out busi?
ness, at L. LORENZ rs,
decl8-7 Corner Wentworth and King streets.
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.dJsuAosia auipujj ojopQ 330is joajjad
Biq 9U1UTBX3 0) pawnboi OJ? SJ3HUU.DJUJ 'Alto
jqi ni B3suoq oiqisaodsaj no jjsap JO 'qseo unto
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is jo jnamuoEBB aia.dtu ?> pas 9A|sns;x3 ny
[oj siqsiing -noi aspduns oi saopd is uas uso
uojaism 'Attpaaa s sad id HavHOSHaaw.
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DDOYflOI GNV MYOID DNIH.ilOYJ?NVH HYI
3H Q.N.V 31VS3TOHA? NOISaiHYH
?1HRISTMAS GOODS !
CHRISTMAS GOODS ! !
Select your Presents from the following special
list prepared fo; the Holidays :
: WILSON BROS.,
ENGLISH JAM?, JELLIES, Ac.
j WILSON BROS., !
FAMILY GROCERS, :
No. 306 King-st. :
CALIFORNIA FRUIT-IN CANB.
CHINESE PRESERVES-ALL KINDS.
. FAMILY GROCERS ! :
WILSONS' PASTRY FLOUR.
: CANNED GOODS, PRESERVES, FRUITS, :
: AT :
WILSONS' GROCERY. :
ICING SUGAR-A NEW ARTICLE.
JELLIES, FIGS, RAISINS, ALMONDS,
THE GREAT GROCERY HOUSE.
TABLE BUTTER -BEST QUALITY.
TABLE SHERRY, COOKING WINE, AND
The Best and Cheapest, at
PURE SPICE S-FRESHLY GROUND.
: CHAMPAGNES OF ALL BRANDS, :
: FINE CLARETS, for table uee, :
IMPORTED CRACKERS OF ALL KINDS.
: COOKING BRANDY, ;
8WEET CIDER, i
: WILSONS' GROCERY. :
ENGLISH CHEDDER CHEESE.
: TRY WILSON'S CASED :
: LIQUORS. j
: Put up expressly for the :
PARCHED COFFEE FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
: FREE AND PROMPTLY, :
; WILSON BROS. :
CANDIED LEMON PEEL,
j WILSON BROS. :
GO TO WILSONS' !
GO TO WILSONS" ! !
GO TO WILSONS' ! ! !
(Srorctita, Ciqnors, Ut.
JMRST DIRECT JJ?PT^?T?ON f
WINE8 AND BRANDY.
ANGELICA WINE '.
By me dozen, bottle or by the gallon,
JOHN HURKAMP & CO.!8
Corner King and Bread streets.^
EXTRACT FROM THE REPORT OP IHK UNITED STATES
COMMISSIOMER OF THB ?KNKRAL LAND OFFICE.
"Vine culture is destined to become one of the
leading branches of industry, it having already
assume l prominence, placing California in this
respect far In advance of any other. State, and
with fair prospect of rivalling the great grape
growing regions of Europe. 1 he peculiarity of
climate and remarkable fertility of the soil, seem
especially adapted to the culture of the Grape,
and the manu'act ure of the varions kitds of
Wine. The California Wines have a peculiar
flavor, although they resemble those of spain,
Greece and cape Constantia, rather than of
France, Italy, Germany or those prodnoed in
other parts of thia Country." dec!8 mwia*
?JOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DI, IN C. S. BONDED STORES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY?
Offer for aale from C. S. Bonded Warehouse,
Chelee COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT
various vintages, in
Cases of one dozen battles each.
QHOICE WHITE MILLING CORN
FLOUR, LANDING THIS DAT.
MORDECAI A CO., No. no Fas* Bay, offer for
sale invoices Choice White MILLING CORN and
Extra FLOUR, landing this day. angs-emo
JJARMONY'S SHERRY WINE.
A. TOBIAS1 SONS, No. no East Bay, ofler for
sale an Invoice of Choice HARMONY'S PALE
SHERRY WINE. A. TOBIAS' SONS.
QHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 Eaat Bay, ofler for
aale an Invoice of Choice HAVANA CIGARS
direct from Factory in Havana. augs-emo
A. TOBIAS* SONS, No. 110 East Bay. offer for
sale an Invoice of FIRE CRACKERS, landing this
VINEGAR, PRUNES, WHITE WINE,
A. TOBIAS1 SONS offer for sale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White Wine, imported direct from
JJNGLISH PORTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents or Messrs. Edward
A George HIbber;, of London, offer for sale Hib?
bens PORTER and BSSs's PALE ALE-pints
and quarts. . ? augs-6mo
?J?AND CHRISTMAS JUBILEE,
L I N L ? Y'S CHEAP STORES,
Nos. 190 AND sss KIMO STBKST. ^
"THE OREAT CHEAP MAN"
Offers for sale, at singularly low prices, the most
extensive and vaned stock, of CHRISTMAS
GuoDS ever advertised for sala In Charleston,
and respectfully asks that a discerning and thrif?
ty public would save twenty per cent, on their
purchases by a favorable consideration of hts sin?
GROCERIES I GROCERIES I GROCERIES 1
100 boxes loose MUSCATEL RAISINS, the finest
In the city; so boxes Layer Raisins, 60qr. boxes
Layer Raisins; io bags soft shell Almonds, 26
boxes Citron, 6 bbl?, entrants, st o lbs. Figs. The
above Fruits are of the new season and very fine.
300 small sacks beat Fl ur, put np expressly fdr
cake making; 25 orklna choice Dr?nge Coupe
Butter; also a foll assortment of all goods in rhe
CROCKERY I CROCKERY I CROCKERY 1
lcoo dozen Platea all sizes and qualities; loo
large Turkey Dishes, 250 Ham Dishes, 150 set : cups
and Saucers, SCO large Bowls, suitable for egg nog
all around; together with a foll assortment of all
goods in the line.
GLASSWARE I GLASSWARE I GLASSWARE 1
600 dozen One Table Goblets, loo dozen fine Ta?
ble Tumblers, 100 dozen champagne Glasses, 800
dozen wineglasses, 20 dozen Table Decanters,
quana and pints; 26 dozen Guus Bowls on stands,
all sizes and desirable patterns; S dozen hand?
some Glass Pitchers, io dozen handsome Glass
FANCY GOODS I TOYS 1 FANCY GOODS 1 TOYS t
26 handsome Gold Band China Tea Seta, 44
Nieces, at $10 60 per Bet; 300 dozen China Jointed
oils; 600 Cologne feta, well assorted and fine
quallti, from $1 to $2 per set; 16oo Decorated and
Mot'o Tea and Coffee Cups and Saucers; 60 Deco?
rated Mustache Cups and Saucera; 500 Children's
Tea Sets from 10 tents to $1 60 per set. Great as?
sortment of sn: all articles at about- half the usual
60 finery Japanned Tin Chamber Sets, at is so
per set; 25 Cake Boxea, iOOO Tea Traya and Walt?
ers, 150 Fancy Baskets. 600 Looking 6 asses, all,
sizes, and many other singularities too numer?os
to mention are to be found at
_Noa. 190 and 388 King street.
??iilinerD, Dressmaking, Ut.
RS. M. J. COTCHETT,
BRANCH OF MME. DEMOREST,
I No. 277 KINO STKSBT. OPPOSITE MESSRS. CARRING?
TON A Co.
DRESS MAKING in all Its branches. PAT?
TERNS always on hand for aale.
Stitching neatly executed. Air orders promptly
attended ta . nov28-ftalmo
RS. M. DUNLAP,
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
NO. 364 KING STREET,
ONE DOOR BSLOW QBORGE 8TBKBT.
MW SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COUN?
TRY ORDERS. decT-thstulmo
-J^RS. M. J. ZERNOW,
NO. 304 KING STREET,
Wonld respectfully inform the ladies that she
OPEN THIS DAY t
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF MILLINERY
DRESSMAKING In all its branches attended to
aa usual. Having obtained the Agency of Mdme.
DEMOREST'S CELEBRATED PAPER PATTERNS,
ls now prepared to furnish a general
ASSORTMENT OF PATTERNS.
Country orders will receive prompt attention.
co ENE R BROAD STKBKT AND jQn BAT.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken fit publishers' lowest
' ?'? t"^Ill*2&* ?S Cuiten siateT
. WALKER, EJ?'AJAS A COGSWELL.
jp u R/? cr^HTTlTir^
Containing NINETY-NINE AND TWO-THIRDS
(9?>,H) P'?R CENT. Soluble Matter. Warranted reo
ironvall Impurities. Prepared tn mis ?.uy.aad
fop sale at the low price of FlFr&tn DOLLAR*
per ton, CASH. JOHN ii. HOLMES. j
novl7-f Charlean, s. cv j