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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1871.
-Gold closed yesterday at S?aSg.
-Cotton in New York closed dull at 20?
cents, with sales of 2995 bales.
-ID Liverpool cotton closed strong; up?
lands 9gaI0d, sales 12,000 bales.
The Christmas holiday, the only one in
the whole year claimed by the priDter9 and
employees of TUB CHARLESTON- NEWS, will
be observed as usual, and no paper will
be issued from this office on Tuesday.
Monday's edition, however, will be an un?
usually foll and interesting number, and,
as it is likely to be very thoroughly read,
will be a very advantageous vehicle for 11
the announcements of advertisers.
Trie Impeachment Movement.
The resolution impeaching Governor Scott
of high crimes and misdemeanors was de?
feated in the House of Representatives yes
terday, and, in a party sense, the result is
alUhat we could have desired. Io ihe face
of folioing evidence, the representatives of
the Radical party have chosen to decline to
pat the culprit on trial. They have shown
their unwillingness to purify South Carolina
Republicanism. They have deliberately de?
termined to shield from punishment a self
convicted knave. It remains now for the
minority in the Legislature, and for the tax
payers or the State, to take up the work of
reform, and give to the people the honest
and able government which they both desire
and demand. This can be accomplished by
concert of action on the part of all citizens
of South Carolina who are not thieves or
,3?-THE GREAT PICTORIAL AN?
NUAL.-llostetter'? United States Almanac for
1ST2, for- distribution, gratis, throughout the
United States and all elvi tzed couutries of the
Western Hemisphere, ls now publish d and ready
for delivery, in ihe English. German, French,
Norwegian, Welsh, Swedish, Rolland, Bohemian
and Spanish languages, anil all who wi-h to
understand the true philosophy of health should
read and ponder the valuaHe s igges'.lons it cou
tains. In addition to aa admirable medical
treatls? on the cinse?, pr?vention sal Cite of a
great va^ety cf dlsoasea, it embraces a large
amount cf informait m lnterei-ting to the mer?
chant, "he mechanic, th.9 miner, the farmer, the
planter aru professional mai; and tise calcula?
tions have been made for such meridians and
latitude? as are mo3t suitable for a oorrect and
comprehensive National Calendar.
The nature, nses and extraordinary sanitary
effects of Hos*<etter's Stomach Bitters, the staple
t mic and alterative of more than half tue Chris
tlan world, are fully set forth Ia Its pages, which
are also in'erspered with pictorial Illustrations,
valuable retires fir the hou-ehold and farm,
humorous anecdotes, aid ?tier lisirnctlve and
amusing reading matter, original and selected
Among the Annuals to appear with the opening
of the year, this will be one of the mast usefol,
and may be had for tho asking. Tue proprietors,
Messrs. Uo8"et:er A Smith, Pittsburgh, Pa., on
receipt of a two cen: stamp, will forward a copy
by mail to any person who cannot procure one in
bis neighborhood. TheBitttra are sold lc every
city, town and village, and ara extensively u.sed
throughout the entire civilized world.
TRUST COMPANY, DECEMBER 22, 1871.- IhiB
Office will be closed on MOND?T, 2ith instant, be
log Chrl-trans Day. All papers maturing on thaf
day must be anticipated.
dec:2-2 F. A. MITCHELL, fttfldtr,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
CUARLESTON.-C.IAP.LFSrON. DECEMB R 22,
1671.-Monday next (the 2^th mst.) being CHRIST?
MAS DAY, this Bank will bc cl sed. The busi?
ness of thai day must, ihere.'ore be anticl; at el.
dec?a WM. G BKEE^E cashier.
par THE CHARLESTON CHARITA?
BLE ASSOCIATION. FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
FREE SCGUOL FUND. -OFFI0AL RAFFLED
CLASS NO. 260-MOK.VINO.
50-73-41-CO-75-57-65- 1 -IS- 3-30- 4
CLASS No. 261-EVEKING.
9-78-72-18-73- 1-52-10-30- 3-45-59
AB witness oar hund at Charleston thia ?2d day
o! December, IS71. FENN PECK,
octS .>iriin; (N'iniuissioners.
pS- PUBLIC NOTICE.-THE RAFFLE
or ihe Charleston Charitable Association of the
FOUit SPLENDID WAREHOUSES, in Meeting
street, opposite Caarl-ston Hotel, and other Pro?
perty, and UNITED STATES GOLD BONDS, Will
take place on th; 2Cth DAV OF JANUARY, 1872.
Certiflcates $5 deci2-tuths6?
-NATURE'S OWN REMEDY.-CER?
TAIN CURE FOR HEADACHE. Dyspepsia, Dis
eases of the Kidneys. Ac-SARATOGA PA VIL
ION SPRING WATER. Try it. For sale by all
pSr-SCREVEN HOUSE.-NOTICE TO
PARTIES INTERESTED -Major JOHN W. CAM?
ERON has consented to OGdoct, aud is duly ap
pointed Manager or the SCRE\ Es* HOCSE.
dec201mo R BRADLEY.
6lgnees by Bark HAM INJ A are hereby notlfltd
that she has Tnis DAV been en'ered under the
Five Day Act. Coads not Permitted at the expi?
ration of that period will be sent to Customhouse
Stores. RAVENEL 4 CO..
pfr ON MARRIAGE. ~as^
Happy relier ror Young Men from the effects
of Errors au'l Abuses io early ure. Manhood re*
stored. Nervous debut? cured, impediments
to Marrisge removed. New method of treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Books
und Circulars sent free. In sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, ,\"o. 2 South
jijuxii s:rt-t:, i'u^ade.'phia, Pa, ot'J*
D?BOS-BEVlN.-On Tuesday, the 19th Instant,
at the residence o? the bride's father, by the Rev.
w. s. Bowman, CUAKI.ES L DuEos IO ADDIS S.,
second daughter of J. K. Bevin, Esq., all or this
MILES-PICKEN*.-On the 19th Instan-, at the
res.dence of the bride's father, near Pendleton, bv
the Rev. J. L. Kennedy, Mr. J. J. MILKS, of
Charleston, to Ml9s ANNA D., daughter or Colonel
Tho*. J. Pickens.
or Mr. and Mrs. Rotiert Adger and family, are in?
vited to attend thc Funeral Services cl Mrs.
AUGER, at the Second Presbyterian Church, THIS
MORNING, at hair past ll o'clock. dec23
pa* THE FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT
ANCES or Mrs. PATRICK HARVEY, and or Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Wilson, are respectfully Invited to
attend the Funeral services or the former, from
her late residence, No 33 State street, at half-past
2 o'clock P. M. THIS DAT. de:23-*
~ ^SPRING STREET CHURCH -THE
Pastor, Rev. J. T. WIGHTMAN, having returned
to the city. Divine Service will be held in this
Cn-rch as usual, TO-MORROW MJRNING and EVE?
pa* TRINITY CHURCH.-REV. H. M.
MOOD will preach TC-MORROW MORNING, at half
past io o'clock.
Snnday-scnool In ihe AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock.
pa* ZION PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
GLEBE STREET.-Divine Service will be held In
this Church (D. V.) every SABB?TH MORNING, at
half-past 10 o'clock. Preaching by the .Pastor,
Rev. J. L. GIRARDEAU, D. D. Strangers will be
provided with seats. dec23
.flaS-FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
There wi 1 be service in this Church TO-MORROW,
it the usual hear in the FCRENOON. dec.3
pa* F I HST BAPTIST CHURCH.
Preaching may be expected in this Church TO?
MORROW MORNING, at the usual hour, and In the
AFTERNOON, at hal'-past 3 o'clock, by the Rev. L.
a.SHUCK, Pastor. dec23
^.DIVINE SERVICE WILL BE CON?
DUCTED in the Orphans' Chapel ou SABBATH AF
'ERNOON, at hair past 3 o'clock, by the Rev. A.
TOOMER PORTER. dec23
HURCH.-There will bc Service in this Church
"o MORROW MORNING, at the usual hour, and in
he EVENING, at hair-past 7 o'clock. Preaching
>y tte Rev. G. R. KRACKRTT._decl6-4?
pa*THE MARINERS' CHURCH WILL
ie ? pen for Divine Service every SABBATH MORN
NG, at half-past 10 o'c:cck, corner of Chun h and
rater streets. Service! by the Rev. w. 8. YATES,
lhaplaln. Sunday Schoo: at hair-post 3 P. M.
pa* UNITARIAN CHURCH.-DIVINE
lervice will be held In this Church To MORROW
IORNINO, at hair past io o'c ock, and In the even
ng at half-past 7 o'clock, the Rev. R. P. CUTLER
feciating. All strangers arc cordially invited to
Suiject for the evening discourse: "Things
''ital ard Practical in the Kingdom of Christ." A
?vice for Christmas Eve.
A Special Meeting of the Pew-h jlders and Coc
regatlon or this Church will te hell imm?diat cly
if ter the morning sei v c*. dec23
pa* CITY TREASURY, 23D DECE.M
1ER, 1871.-By resout'cn ff Connel, City Taxe*
or 1S71 will bs rcc.dved at thb o.llce without thc
lenalty until the co h Instant. Inclusive.
On the 1st January. 1S72, executions rur all nn
iftld returns must be sent to Sheriff.
S. 1 ROMAS,
dec23-6 C.ty Treasurer.
j^-THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK,
'QARLESTON, S. C., DECEMBER 22, 187L-In
ccordance with the usu.U custom this Bank will
eclosed on CHRISTMAS DAY. All pap.r raatur.
ag on the 25th inst .nt must be anticipated.
dec23 n. G. LOrE?, Cr.,hler.
?SCrTUE PLANTERS' AND MECHAN?
OS' BANK OF SOUTH CAROLINA-CHARLES?
TON, S. C., DECEMBER 23, ISTl.-Monday next
e n; CHKISTJAS DAY this Bank will be closed.
The busiuesi or the day must therefore be anti
ipated. W. t. II tSKELL.
pa* PEOPLE'S BANK OF SOUTH
lAROLINi, CHARLESTON, DECEMBER 23D,
871.-Monday being christmas, this Bank will
>e cosed on that day. J. B. BETTS,
RUNION BANK OF SOUTH CARO
,1 NA, CHARLESTON, DECEMBER22,1B71.-M0N
>AY next, 25th l's'anf. being Christmas day, this
Jans will be c t sed. Paper payable on that day
aust be anticipa ed. H. D. ALEXANDER,
pa* PUBLIC MARKETS. - MONDAY
elngCr-rlstmas Day, the Msikets will be closed
ll day. WILLIAM KIRKWOOD,
dec23 Chief Clerk.
pa* CITY HALL -OFFICE CLERK
)F COUNCIL, CHARLESTON. S. C.. DECEMBER
?3D, 1871.-The members of the Board of Commis?
ioners or the Public Lands, Ac, are requested to
neet a* the Market Hall, TUESDAY, December 26th,
it 7 o'clock, P. M. W. W. SIMONS,
dec23-2_Clerk of Council.
pa* CONSIGNEES PER SCHOONER
*0B RT S. GRAHAM, Smith, Master, f om Paila
lelpblt, are notified that she IsTuis DAY (Satur
lay) discharging cir?o at North Atla .tlc Wharf,
bloods remaiuing o i the wharf at sunset wm be
itored at their risk. J. A. ENSLOW A CO.,
jSS-OFFiCE SOUTHWESTERN RAIL
HOAD BASK.-The Transfer Books or the South
karolina Railroad Cjmpany and southwestern
Railroad Bank will be cl >se I fron the Ors: to the
arteenth or January, 1S72, for the purpose of
making up the Annual LUt or Stockhold jr*.
JOHN M. UARLESTON.
pa* THE BEST FLAN TO SECURE
?omethlng in the BUTLER, CHADWICK & GARV
DRAWING, ls toput half the amount invested m
single tickets, and half In Clubs of sixty-two.
There ls one prize in every sixty-two tickets.
Parties wishing to j iln Clubior sixty-two or
less, will ?nd Club Lists open at No. 29 Broad
Any smaller Clu*) formel that wish to increase
the slz* or Clob, eau do so by applying to me,
who will add them to maller t-lub-i now formed.
EBEN COFFIN, Sub-Agent
Office, E. M. Moreland, No. 29 Broad street.
pa* NOTICE.-AN ELECTION FOR
Master, Manoo and Clerk of the Almshouse, to
serve for the ensuing year, will be hei 1 at the Re?
gular Meeting cf the Board of Commissioners on
WEDNESDAY next, the 27th inst. Applicants will
please send lu their letters.
By order of the Board.
dec21-5 B. SIGWALD. Secretary.
T T O A. M O SES, Pu. D.
Geological Surveys and Maps promptly and
exactly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro?
ps rtltB ieported upon, and Working Plans fur
nlshe'. Separat ug and Me a lurglcal Proces?
as adapted to Ore Drpoolts. special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSEES Of FERTILIZERS,
Drugs, Ores. Minerals, Ac. LABORATORY.
dec23-stuihsmo No. 2S George street.
^ B MULLIGAN,
COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION
CBAP.LESTOK, S. C.
CHARLESTON, DECEMBER 23, 1871.-7 he
stockholders o? tl is Bank are hereby notified thai
the ANN DAL ELECTION FOR DIRECTORS will
be held ai the Bankine Uoose. Broad street, <n
TDKSDAY, the 9tn or January n?xt. Polls open
.'rem 12 M. to 2 P. M.
By order. H. 0. LOPER
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A WOMAN
to cook and do general housework. None
need apply wiio are not well recommended. Ap
ply at No. 67 Wentworth street._dec23
WANTED, A SERVANT TO COOK
and do housework. Apply at the ea3t
corner or Queen and Trapman streets. dec232
WANTED, A WHITE GIRL AS CHAM
BEKMAID, and to attend children. Apply
at No. 65 Hasel street, next to Saint Marv's
"1TTET NURSE WANTED IMMEDIATE?
LY LY. Apply at No. 25 M'.ntague-street, sec?
ond door below Smltb-Btrtet, South side,
WANTED TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE
Dwelling, in a desirable location and
neighborhood, A go? d tenant can be obtained by
address ng "Applicant," P. 0. Box No. 39.
WANTED THIS DAY. ALL PERSONS
In want or GREEN OAR WOOD, at $5 ta
$5 50 per cord, and best fellow Pine wood at $4
to $4 50. Apply this day at the Wood Van! on the
Savannah and Charleston Railroad Wharf.
WANTED, A WET NURSE, WITHOUT
a child. Apply at this odie. dec22-3
WANTED, A COLORED WOMAN TO
Cook and Wash. Must come well recom
mended. Apply at No. 2) Montague street.
WANTED TO PURCHASE. ALL KINDS
of FANCY PIGEONS. Birds and Animals
also, a pa r or Wild Tiger Cats and two Alltga ors
between Uve and ?ix r. et long. Appty at No. 56
East Bay. Any one wishing Wild animal* can
apply as above. dec-l-3*
WANTED, A WOMAN TO DO THE
housework ror a family or three persons
Inquire at No. 6 Wragg square. A Herman
woman preferred. dec20
WANTED TO PURCHASE, TWO
Second-hand ENGINES, with Saw and
Fixtures complete; one portable, 20 to 25 horse
power; the oilier stationary, 20 to 25 horse power.
Apply to W. P. DOWLING A CO , No. 9 Boyce's
TT7" ANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKET fr
Tv tn the Land and immigra: un Associ?t mr
Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY A CO
tickets now ready, wm he glad to sec-mv friend*
lit the office of Kr. EDWARD M. MORELAND.
No. so Broad street, EBEN COFFIN, suu-Acer.t.
WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED
CHILD'S NURSE. One without children
and well recommended can Und a permanett
p ace, by applying at N . 124 Meeting stree .
WANTED, FIVE GOOD MEN TO SELL
the Kims Howe Improved Family sewing
Machine. Liberal Inducements. Call at the
onlce, No. 302 Klug meet, City. decl6
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE WHITE
Girl to do general housework and attend
to a child. Anply between the hours ot one and
two o'clock, this day, at MACQUEEN A RlEcK?'S
Nos. 21 und 23 Vendue Range. i1ecl3
WANTtD, A COMPETENT WHITE
WOM AN to ceo* and wash tor a ramliy of
three pe sons; also, a Colored Bi.y IS or 14 years
of age. App.y at No. ll Wentworth sued,
TTTANTED, A RESPECTABLE COLGH
VV ED woman as child's nurse, une who
can bring goo I references, and w.thout encum*
branca, will hear or a go d place by applying lo
No. 123 MettiLg street, celow Market.
WANTED, OLD VOLUMES OF PAcF
FIC Kai..o?d Reports, also Schoolcrart's
Indian Kepor . Apply to ALFRED HUNTER,
Bookseller, No. s3 East Ray. deci0-tuihs3*
WANTED EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that you can get a First-class SEWING
MAC HINE froiu Ll'NsFORD. Smith street, near
Went worm, cheaper than from any other man in
the city or State. Give idm a c :U and see for
? Or K A MONTH, EXPENSES PAID,
KpO 4 ZJ Male or Female Agents.-Hor.-e and
(??nut famished to sell our I NI VERSAL CEMENT.
Ci intimation T. nnel, Button Hule Cutter and
oilier article*. Circular* .ree. Address Novelty
Corni auy, Saco, Me. novi4-7?
AGENTS WANTED ?-FOR THE UNI
VEKSAL TWINE AND THREAD CUTTER;
saves time, twit e. thread. lingers ?nil teeth. Same
thing everybody wants. Samples mailed on re?
ceipi or 25 CfcUta. Address GEORGE DA VI?. Nj.
sua Broadway, New York. octso-amos
Loci nub ?rounb.
FIFTY DOLLA RS RE WA RD FOR ANY 11
person th tl catches two bajs. The young- 11
est ls named AG I DI J PKSRENTE, aged lt yea B;
he may be known by a fear over his light eje,
tod wears pan s of striped velvet. The .eldest
bo>'s name is ANTHONY JOHN PETERS, between i
12 and 13 j ears or ?ge. (me with a music box,
the other with a fiddle. D.rcct tu L. MELFI, No. *
18 Line street._deci3-2?
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD WILL BE
raid for a yoong UOUND DOG. nine mon ilia
old. .*\.llgrown, with wm eui.d black spots, lost
Friday morning, belonging to LOUIS DUNNE.
MANN, corner ol Klug sud shepherd s reel?.
TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS REWARD.
Went adrirt or stolen from Northeastern
Railroad Wharf, a Lumb r Fiat, 14 by 45. Th;
above reward will te paid lor her de iv erv at the
Charleston steam saw M<1'. wea: end Beaufalu
street. J. H. STEIN* h YE lt._dec20-wi-ui3
LOST, A FLAT, TWENTY-TWO BY
nine and a bair leer, marked on outside
wit i Initials J. B. II. A rewat d will be paid ll re?
turned io J. B. HOWARD. Fairchild A Haml n's
Wharf, ..aot Laurens street. dec6-wsc*
JUST ARRIVED, A LOT OF EXTRA
line TUKREYr?, which will be sold from $2
to $3 50 a pa'r. Fresh Butter, Eggs and Fowls
always on hand. Apply at W. HUNT'S. No. 42
NORTHERN POULTRY AND GAME.
Just received by steamer rroni New York, a
Uue .ot of TURKEYS, DUCKS, CAPONS and
GAME. Fo: sale by TUOS. MURPHY. No. 81 Mar?
ket street. dcc23-:*
FOR SALE.-JUST RECEIVED IN AD
DlTION to my former stock, a car load of
Young Kentucky Broke MULEs. And to arrive
an. ut 1st January, a lol of Young Wurk MAKES,
and may be seen at the?suoscrlber's stables.
(jaeen street. P. WEST._dec22-2?
IT/OIi SALE, ONE GOOD SE( OND-HAND
. CARRIAGE. For sile cheap. Apply
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS* CO,, FaC.ors, Cliur.lt
street. dec? 1-3
ALOT FINE CANARY BIRDS-GOOD
Singer?. Also. Seeds and Fish Roe, for
bu.e at A. BUERO'S, No. S. Market stree,
IpOR THE HOLIDAYS !-NOW, LADIES
. sud Gentlemeu, ls the time lo go to
KLEIN'S, No. 3?9 King street, and get one < t his
beautiful, nice singing Canaries. You can be cer?
tain thai Mr. KLEIN will select one to your satis?
faction, and everybody wno has bought them
are very much pleased. The price ls very mode?
FOR SALE ! FOR SALE ! FOR SALE
The undersigned offers lor sale all that
STEAM SAW AND GRlsT MILL, together with
Mules, imck Cars, Timber Carts, Lath and Cut
on*Saws, Saw Gummers, Ac, .vc., situated and lu
full operation at Bonneau's Station, N. E. lt R
The above Mill was built by Messrs. Poole A
Hun:, and has one of the famous Drop Flue Boil
era, said io be one ir the best In use; was put in
operation by one of our tea mechanics, Mr. D. C.
Eoaugn. The above property is offered ror sale
ror no other purpose than to change th-?Invest
ment. Tue present proprietor wishes to retire
irom the busluese. For ruu er particulars apply
to the undersigned or at tue Mill.
JOHN C. MALLONEE,
Lumber Yard and OfHce. Horibeck's Wharf.
N. E. H. R , Washington st., Charleston, s. C.
gU GAR-COATED PILLS.
FLUID EXTRACTS, ELIXIRS, Ac., Ac.
A FULL ASSORTMENT.
Ilavlng taken the Agency ror the sale of the
G iODSof Me?si8. W. H. WARNER A CO.. Phila?
delphia, I offer to the Professl n and to the Trade
a full une of the above at licks, at manufacturers'
Warner's Iron and Iidoform Pills are well
Known and fcighiy approved by the Faculty. Their
medicine* are carefully prepared and perfectly
rtiiab e. For sale wholesale ami retail by
DR. H. BAER,
dccSa Wholesale Agent for Stuth Carolina.
j^CADEMY OF MUSIC.
AMERICA'S GREATEST SINGER.
The Management has the honor to announce
GRAND MOULTON CONCERTS,
FOR THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 28, AND
FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 29,
AT 8 O'CLOCK, 0.V wnicn OCCASION
MRS. CHARLES MOULTON,
America's Most Gifted Songstress,
And so long distinguished In European and
American Art Circles for her natchless vocal
powers and exqul-lte cu tare, and alter her re
cent MOST BRILLIANT TK1?VIPHS in New York,
Boston, New Orleans and the principal cities of
the United States, where she has created the
greatest enthusiasm with press and public, will
make her first appearance in Charleston, assisted
by the fo'Iowlne Artists:
Mr. BR0OK.HOUSK BOWLER, the favorite Tenor
Sig. FERRANTI, the renowLed Baritone, (Ms flrbt
appearance here.) and
Mr. JAMES M. WEHLI, the eminent Pianist, (his
first vIMt to the South.)
Mr. GEORGE Vf. COLBY, Musical Director.
SCALE OF PRICES:
General Admission.$1 50
Reserved Seats.$2 00
Family Circle.75 cents
Private Boxes.$15 and $20
The sale of seats commences at the B ix Office
nf the Academy or Music on Tuesday morning,
December 20, at 9 o'clock.
The "Weber Grand Pianos" are used at all the
"Moulton Concerts." C. A. OHIZZOLA.
Bus::! csu Manager,
ay Orders for Sf ats fron surrounding places
may i e sent by mall or telegraph, und they will
be cr-ref ally aitended to. drc23
^CADEMI OF MUSIC.
SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23, 1871.
OF THE CELEBRATED ACTOR,
KR. HARRY SEYMOUR,
Who will appear in his Favori i Character of
Rich Dresses, Steel Armor and Staje En" cts,
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS.
SATURDAY MATINEE at hair-past 2 o'clock,
On which occasion will be presente ! theNautl
?al Drama of
^CADEM Y ?~F MUSIC.
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL I
me Qneen Star of the South and the Eminent
ROSE AND HARRY WATKINS,
Only Three Nights and One Matinee, supported
)y the Best Company that bas visited the S nth
rWu GRAND PERFORMANCES. MONDAY. D. C.
25,1871-AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
AFTERNOON, at 2o'clock-The Great Original
Dramatic Ver.-lon of the Mast Popular story of I
Modern Times, Played by ROSE and HARRY
WATKINS throughout Great i-rltatn ar.d the
Jnited states over One Thousand Five Hundred
THE HIDDEN HAND.
To give fall effect to the Gr?ar. Festival Scene,
if representing Old Times on the Plant mm. an
Sngagement has been entered Imo with the e ele?
vated IKE LEWIS, of Dan Bryant's New York
Minstrels-, in h:s Songs and Dances, with Light
ling Changes from White to Black.
During the Afternoon and Evening Perform
mees, that Wonderful Musical Novelty, the Grand
rUMBLEROMCON, or Musical Glasses, by Miss
HA KY and J. Ut, KENNEY.
fr.VENI'G, at 8 o'clock. Mr. Harrv Watklna's
Irand Romantic Drama, TRODD .-N" DOWN; OR
UNDER TWO FLAGS.
Prices as usual. Seats S-cored at the Box
) m ce._dec23
LD DAN RICE'S"
Wiil exiibit in Charleston one week, com
MONDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1S71.
Two Exhibitions each day-Afternoon and
Introducing the Grandest ami Greatest AreDlc
?ntertjlnment ever presented tn America, em
>raclng Gorge .us Military and Civic Pageants,
rouinaments, National Grand Entres, Patriotic
Tableaux Vivant, Aboriginal Pampas. Scenes and
shifting Living Pictures onie wild- ring Beaut j,and
ntroduclng the most COMPLETE COMPANY OF
:ELEBRATED ARTISTES that has ever been con?
gregated ror Equestrian and Olympian Pastimes.
ALL THE BE >T FEATURES OFTUEGYMNA
5IUM. ENTERTAINMENTS OF UNTOLD ME KIT,
ander the immediate management of
"OLD" DAN RICE,
(His first visit to this city since 1350,)
Who will most positively appear at each exhi?
bition In his old time character of the Nation's
Humorist, and introducing his BRUTE ACTORS,
the world-renowned "BLIND HCr.SE EXCELSI?
OR, Jr.," STEPHEN A. DOOULAS.u?d the original
notorious Clown Mules, Pete and Barney.
This ls the finest circus la talent and elegance
or appointment ever proJecteJ-even by DAN
RICE -and has been witnessed cy the fashionable
world, and pronounced unequalled In the history
or the American Arena.
Doors open at L^and 7 P. M. Grand Entres at
2 and 8 o'clock.
Admission-Adulta 75 cents; children under
ten years 23 cents, S. E. CRANE.
FOR SALE OR TO RENT, A STORE
AND DWI LL i NO, nt Branchville, S. C. In
quire of ?. LOEB, No. 6 Liberty stree', Charles
tun. S. C._dec23-3tuth4*
PUNO TO RENT, ONE OF KN ABE'S
celebrated 7-octave Plano. To an approved
person the rent will te reasonable. Apply at tins
PLEASANT ROOMS TO-??ENT IN A
choice neighborhood at NO. ll Doughty
street. Apply on rho premises. novit
TO RENT, THE THREE STORY BRICK
DWKLUNG next west of ihe Academy of
Music. Will be rented low to a good tenanr. Ap?
ply at No. 28 George street. decr.'-tnths
rilO RENT, A FIRST-CLASS SEA IS
JL LAND CO (TON AND PROVISION PLANTA?
TION, within three miles or the city, on Wando
River and Uobcaw Creek. Is well adapted for a
Truck Farm. Has a tood settlement and been un
der cultlvaMon since the war. Anply to J. FRA?
SER M ATI! EWES, No. 56 Broad street.
TO RENT, TWO LARGE FRONT ROOMS
fronting on King street, corner of Liberty
sireet, possession given Hom the 1st of Novem?
ber. Also, rour neat comfortable rooms over the
store fronting on Liberty street. Possession given
Immediately. Apply on premises._oct3l
TO RENT, THE OLD-ESTABLISHED
Planing Mill and Lnmber Yard known as
Clark's Planing Mill, corner of Beau ain and
Lynch streets. Tne Mill ls of brick, -il by 80 feet;
30-norse Engine, one Woodworth Planing Ma?
chine, Lath, Edging and Cross-cut Saw?. The
Engine ana Machinery will either be sold to the
party renting or removed. On the Lot ts a i wo
story Brick storehouse, 22 by 103 reec, for storing
white pine, Ac, with stables, offices, and large
cistern attached, all built in the most substantial
manner. Tue Lot, 140 by 240 feet, has a water
front on Cnmming's Creek ror landing lumber, Ac
For terms, apply to J. H. STE'NMEYElt or A. J.
BARTON, west end of Beanfaln street.
QIEGLING'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 and mon fashionable
Music constantly receiving. PIANO FORTES to
Hire, Taned, Repaired and taken in exchange.
Apply corner King and B?aafaln streets, m rear
o.' old stand, third door. HENRY SIEGL'NO.
M A S" OTTEIT!*?
"BUT ONCE A TEAS!'
TH? RICHEST IND THK NICEST
in the City, always on hand or made to order at
JELLIES, Ac, Ac.
TULLY'S OLD STAND,
NO. 124 KING STREET,
declfl Near Queen street.
FANCY GOODS, -
AT VERY LOW PRICES
A. ILLING'S, .
decll-18 No. 233 King street.
J^TOTICE I NOTICE ! NOTICE !
In conspquence of the Increased demand for
TOYS, FANCY GO?DS AND SHOWCASES, th?
undersigned takes pl asure in informing his nu
merous friends and the public generally that he
has opened a BRANCH OF HIS BUSINESS at No.
344 KING STREET, where he will constantly keep
on hand a large and well selected stock of TOYS,
FANCY GOODS, Showcases, Glass Shades, Fire?
works, Musical Instruments, and every article
appertaining to the business. Dealers will Und it
tu their advantage to give him a ca l before pur?
chase elsewhere. WM. MCLEAN,
Nos. 344 and 433 King street,
NOAH'S ARK of Charleston, S. C.
JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, 4c.
F. KOLDEWEY, formerly located at No. 292
King street, can now be found at his New Stand,
No. 302 Kin; street, abjve Wentworth street. In
Bncounclng this change of location, he will men?
tion to his friends that he has provided for the i
Christmas Holidays. Bis recent importai! n of
JEWELRY, DIAMON S, and other Precious
Stones, are worthy the attention of all seeking
presents at this time. He still Repairs Jewelry,
and guarantees a l repairing of Watches and
p l O ?" L~A ? A T I O N
STATS OP SOUTH CAROLINA. \
CITY OF CHARLESTON, December J9,1871.1
For the purpose of preventing accidents, knew
all men by these presents that I, JOHN A. WAG?
EN ER, Mayor of the City aforesaid, do hereby
Issue this my Proclamation, forb dd.ng the firing
of squibs, crackers, guns, pistols, Ac, In the pub
ile thoroughfares of the city during the aproach
lng holidays. The following places are, however,
designated where the firing of such squibs, Ac.
will be allowed: White P?lnt Garden, Hampstead
Mall, Gadsden's Green, west end of Breal street,
and within private yards. The i hlef of Police is
hereby directe I to enforce this Proclamation by
arresting all persons viola'lng tho same, who will
he dealt with according to Ordln ince.
The above will be ja force from -Oth December,
1871, to 2d January, 1872.
Wltne s my hand _nd the Seal or the City,
[us.] JOHN A. WAGENER, Mayor.
Offlcla : W. W. SlMOJCt, Clerk ol Council.
DONDS, COUPONS? ~?c~
GOVERNMENT, STATE, CITY AND RAILROAD
BONDrj AND COUPONS
Uncurrent Ba:.k Notes
Mutt ated Currency
Gold and Mlver
Dealt regularly io.
COLLECTIONS OF DIVIDENDS, COUPONS AND
COMMERCIAL PAPER-Slgh: and Time-upon
ill points lu the United Slates, made upon the
mou favcrable terms, and pro.eeds promptly ac?
?-Ail business attended to wi:h fidelity and
A. C KAUFMAN,
deco tuths Ko. 25 Broad street.
gOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND TRUST
CHARLESTON, S. C., December 2,1871.
STERLING BILLS on "Eank or Liverpool," and
Messrs. Baring Brothers A Co., London, on
Demand and 60 Days' Mght, In sums to snit
Sight Checks on New York, Philadelphia and
Baltimore at current rates.
Interest allowed on Deposits by special agree?
ment, F. A. MITCHELL,
SHERWOOD BOARDING AND DAY
M'HOOL for Young Ladles, nov. io session
at No. 92 Wentworth streer. For circulars, apply
io Mrs. JOHN LAURENS, Principal.
SACHTLEBEN'S MALE ACADEMY,
* NO. 41 BEACFAIN STREET.'
The second quarter or the present session or the
subscriber'* school will commence on the 16th
From the first of January next, Mr. JOSEPH T.
CALDWELL will assume charge ot the Mathe?
matical Department. A. SACUTLEBEN.
KING'S MOUNTAIN MILITARY
SCHOOL. YORKVILLF, S. C.-The firsi
session or Hie scho >1 year, 1872. will begin on thc
Igt of February, amt end on the 30th of June.
THUMS -For "school expenses, L e.. Tuition,
Board. Washing. Fuel. Lights, Rooks, Stationery,
Ac. $135, payable io advance. Circulars contain
lng full Information may be obtained upoi appli?
cation to COLONEL A. COWARD.
dec9-stntli2mos Principal and Proprietor.
(Cop art TUTS i) ip Notices.
THE STATE OF S^TETC^R^L?^?AT
CHARLESTON COUN TY.-certificate or Lim?
ited Partnership between REUBEN R. HUD UNS,
or the City and County or Charleston, PAUL
QUATTLEBAUM and C AUDIA J. BRODIE, Ol
Lexington County, and State aforesaid.
This lert.Ucaie hereby wttnesseth that the
undersigned have, by virtue of an Ac of the
General Assembly ot the S ate aron said entitHd
..An Act to authorize the formation of Limited
Partnerships," passed in the year of our Lord one
'housand eight hundred and tnlrty-.even, and
another Act, entlil d "An Act to extend the dura?
tion of an Act author zing the formation of
Limited Partnerships," passed in the year or our
Lord one thou-and eight hundred and forty six,
and another Act ext6ndl g the sam1 until re?
pealed, passed December 20th, 1860, formed a
Limited Partnership, as follows:
First. The name or firm under which such Part?
nership shall be conducted ls R. K. HUDGINS
Second. Thegener lna'nreof the bus ness in?
tend d to be transacted ls that of Manufacturing
Lumber, of Fnrchasing a id Vending Timber and
Lumber, and filling ordeis for the same.
Ta.rd. CLAUDIA J. BRODIE, of the County of
Lexington, and state or South Carolina. 1 the
Special Partner, and REUBEN R. HUDGINS, or
i he City an1 County or Charleston, in the State of
South Carolina, and PAUL QUATTLEBAUM, of
the county or Lexington, State or Sooth Carolina,
are the General Parti, ers.
Fourth. CLAUDIA J. BRODIE, a Special Part?
ner, has contributed five thousand dol ara ($5000)
to the common stock of the Partnership.
Fifth. The said Partnership is to date from and
commence on the 28th day of September, A. D.
one thonsand eight hundred and seventy -one,
and terminate on the 26th dav of September,
eighteen hundred and seventy-five.
Witness onr ha os and seals this ,12thday of
CLAUDIA J. BRODIE. [L. S.I
R. R. HUDOIN-. IL. a]
PAUL QUATTLEBAUM, [L. S.]
Signed and sealed In the presence or
JAS. M. COBTIS.
A. F. CURTIS. decls-H
?roceries, C?rnors? Ut.
10 boxes (100 lbs each) Choice S. C. BREAKFAST
Landing and for sale 07
dec23-l HENRY COBLA A CO.
? T T E E .
15 Arkins GOSHEN BUTTER.
Landing and for Sile by
dec23-l_HENRY COB IA A CO.
jyj*ULLET ROES I MULLET BOES !
4525 Fine Dried ROES
875 Fine Pickled Roes.
Jost received from Florida, For sale by
SUACKELFORD A KELLY.
dec23-l Southern Wharf.
Quarter casks Amontillado SHERRY
Quarter casks Golden Sherry
Quarter casks Fine Pale Sherry
Quarter casks Good Table Sherry
Quarter cisks B own Sherry
Quarter casks Cockburn 'a Port
Quarter casks Madeira
Hdlf pipes Hennessy Brandy, 1860,
Half pipes Hennessy Brandy, 1865,
Half pipes Hennessy Brandy, lie j,
Dozens very Old Martel! Brandy.
With a tull assortment of Jellies, Jams, Sauces,
Pickles, Prunes, Figs, Raisins, Ac., Ac
For tale by D. PAUL A CO.
?RANDING THIS DAY EX MYROVER.
Cases Roedeser Dry S1LLERY
Cases Veuvo Clicquot
Cases Moet A Chandon Tin Imperial
Cast s Mumra's Yerzenay
Baskeis Piper Heidseick
Cases Bordeaux Claret, N. Johnstone A Sons
Cases Neirsteiner Hock, P. A. Mumm.
PORTER AND ALE.
Casks Hilbert's S'out PORTER,quarts and pints
Casks Uuinnc-s' Dublin Porter, plots
Casks Bssi' Pale Ale. quarts and pints
Casks Jeffrey's and McEwan's Edinburgh Ale,
Casks Bremen Lager Beer, pin's.
1 case One English Chedder CHEESE, small size
1 case Ur.e Edam Cheese
l eas-.- Imltatlo 1 English and Loaf Chedder Cheese
1 case Pineapple and Factory Cheese
Rigs Coolee Ge s h en Batter.
For sale on moderate terms by
decl9-tuths3 D. PAUL A CO.
JJACON, SUGAR, COFFEE, Ac, Aa
50 khds. C. R. BACON SIDES
25 hhds. Bac .n .shoulders
75 boxes D. S. Sides and Bellies
50 boxes D. S. Shoulders
50 tierces Prime S. C. Barns
leo packages Lard
200 packages Cfteese
loo kegs and tabs Batter
600 b xes Jellies and Preserves
loo boxes New Raisins
250 sacks Coffee
loo chests Hyson and Oolong Tea
75 hhds. Demerara and New Orleans Sugars
100 bbls. New Orleans Molasses
300 bbR Canton syrup
250 packages Mackerel, bbls., halves, qrs.
600 boxes s. C. Herrings
26 bbls. Pickled Herrings
6000 lbs. Codfish.
In store, landing and for sale low by
decl8 STEFFENS. WEANER a DUCKER.
ATTENTION ! FAMILIES, HOUSE?
Yon can save that long walk down town by
bnymg your supplies from
Northwest corner King and Cannon streets.
aj-Ali Pools delivered free._
JUST RECEIVED FROM STEAMER,
A fresh supply of CAN GOODS of varions kinds.
Preserv, s. Pure French Cordal, Jellies In wine?
glasses aud tumblers. Almonds, Kalama, New
Figs, Currants, AC For tale low by
Northwest corner King and Cannon streets.
cyAli Goods delivered iree._
INE TABLE BUTTER, AT 25 CENTS
Fest old North Carolina CORN WHISKEY. $1 75
per gallon; good light Bi own Sugar, 10 lbs. for $1,
at D. MTZGIBBON'S,
Northwest corner King and Cannon stieets.
43*Ali Quods delivered iree._
Receiving from s eamer, quarter casks of best
OLD SHE:.RY, quarter casks of One Old Port,
quarter casks floe Old Mad Ira choice Old Malaga
und Claret Wines. For tale by
North wes', corner Biog and Cannon streets.
93~A\I Goods delivered free. ttecfr-lmo
JUGULI* FLOUR ! FLOUE I
200 sicks Campten Mil.s CHOICE FAMILY
200 sacks Campsen Mills Choice Extra Flour
200 tacks C. M. Super Flour In barrels, half,
quarter, eighth, one-sixteenth barrel-sack
to snit the trade
530 barrels Choice Western Family, Extra,
Super and Floe Floor
300 uamls Choi* Bakers' Flour.
CORN I CORN I
5030 bushels PRIME WHITE CORN, now land?
ing, and in store.
For sale by JNO. CAMPSEN A CO.,
dee 21-3 Nos. 12 and 14 Maiket street.
G. H. Mumm's Verzenay.
u. H. Mnmm's Dry Yerzenay,
Moet a chandon'a Green Seal,
Krag A Co.'s. '
N. Johnson A Son's Medoc *
St. Julien, Sr. Estephe,
La Rose, chateau Margeaux,
And a full assortment of FANCY GROCERIES,
Une Wines and Liquois, of all kinds, at lowest
flgures.at WELCH'S GROCERY,
Corner Market and Meeting streets.
Goods delivered free. decio
JgURNHAM'S YEAST POWDER
Having used YEAST POWDER In our families
for several years, vre give a decided preference,
above all other, to that prepared by EDW. S.
BURNHAM, Druggist and Apothecary, No. 421
King, near Calhoun street:
Rev. JOHN T. WIGHTMAN, D. ?.
Rev. T. E. WANNAMAKEH.
P. K. COBURN, Intendant Town or Summer?
ville. S. C.
G. L. HOLMES.
OEO.S. PELZER. M. D.
W. B. SMI i U, Master Machinist, S. C. R. R.
B. c. Wt BB. nov4-6mos
Cigars, ?obcuco, Ut.
CHEAP CIGARS, TOBACCO, MEERSCHAUM AND
and au belonging to the trade, to clcse ont busi?
ness, at L. LOREN/.T'S,
decl8-7 Corner Wentworth and King streets.
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qq .?ataraza 01 pdisanbaa sas awBiiqojnj -ino
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.op jnoqiiA 'Boina jo ?1HIOBJ B 2a\A\2 'paiq no
?(inrnsaoo ido.t BI ssauisnq jo ann sm ni sapiuB
II? jo laatniJObBB 9)o;dmoo pat oAtsaoixo ur
joj aiquims moi 8B|Jdjns 01 sooud is iras uso
OJOjaiaqi -iiiepads 1 S3dld HaYHOSHaSH
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-as ONV aivsaiOHAV HOISHTHVHO
ON'T READ THIS!
Selling off, on account of cloilng business,
CIGARS, PIPES, TOBACCO, Ac.
The larges: and best selected stock m the city at
cost, by I? LOKENZT,
Corner Wentworth and King streets.
?remite, Ciqsors? Ut.
QQAhl COAL ! COAL !
386 tons RED ASH, EOG AND STOVE COAL,
now landtag, and sold low for cash, b? applying:
to F. P. 8EIGNIOU8,
dec23 2 _ corner Ea-1 Bay pud HAselstreet.
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DT, IN ?. S. BONDED STORES.
A TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST
Offer for sale from D. s. Bonded Waren o use,
Chulee COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT,
Tarions vintages, lo
wu arter casks
Cases of one dosen btttles each.
mayas_. . ?.
QHOICE WHITE MILLING CORN AND
FLOUR, LANDING TB1S DAY.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 Eas- Bay, offer for
8sle Invoices Choice White MILLING COHN and)
Extra FLOOR, landing this day. ang8-emo
JJARMONY'S SHERRY WINE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. no East Bay. oiler for
sale an Invoice ol Choice HARMONY'S PALS
SHEKRY WINE. A. TOBIAS' SONS.
QHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI k CO., Na lio East Bay, oner for
sale an Invoice or Choice HAVANA CIGARS,
direct from Factory In Havana, augs-emo
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 East Bay. cffeV for
sale an Invoice of FIRE CRACKERS, ?anding>f?r?
VINEGAR, PRUNES, WHITE WINE,
A TOBIAS' SONS offer for salo VINEGAR,
Prunes, White Wine, imported direct from
"gNGLISH PORTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of Messrs. Edward
A George umbert, of London, offer for sale Hib?
bens PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pints
QRAND CHRISTMAS JUBILEE,
LINLBY'S CHEAP STORES,
NOS. ISO AND 888 KIMO STRICT.
"THE GREAT CHEAP MAN"
Oilers for sale, at singularly low prices, the most
extensive and varied stock of CHRISTMAS
GOODS ever advertised ror sale In charleston,
and respectfully asks that a discerning and tbrir
Iy public would save twenty per cent, on their
purchases by a favorable consideration or his sin?
GROCERIES I GROCERIES I GROCERIES I
100 boxes loose MUSCATEL RAISINS, the finest
tn the city; 60 toxes Layer Raisins, 60 qr. boxes -
Layer Raisins; io bags soft Shell Almonds, 25
boxes Cit ron, S bbl?. Carrants, 6t o lbs. Figs. The
above Fruits are of the new season and very fine.
300 small sacks best Fl ur, put np expressly for
cake making; 26 firkins choice Orange Conn ty
Batter; also a fall assortment of all goods m the
CROCKERY I CROCKERY I CROCKERY I *
1(00 dozen Pistes, all sixes and qualities; 100
large Turkey Dishes, 250 Ham Dishes, l&o set?Cups
and Saucers, 300 large Bowls, soltsblnor egf nog
all aron nd ; together with a rall assort men t of all
goods In the lip?. . ...
GLASSWARE I GLASSWARE I GLASSWARE I
600 dozen fine Table Goblets, loo dozen fine Ta?
ble Tumblers, loo dozen champagne G asees, 300
dozen wineglasses 20 dozen Table Decanters,
quarts and pints; 26 dozen Glass Bowls on stands,
all Btzes and desirable patterns; 8 dosen hand
soma Glass Pitchers, 10 dosen handsome Glass
FANCY GOODS I TOYS I FANCY GOODS I TOY8 1
26 handsome Gold Band China Tea Sets, 44
pieces, at $ io 60 per set; 300 dozen China Jointed
Dolls; 600 Cologne >ets, well assorted and noe
quality, from $1 to $2 per set; l6oo Decorated and
Motto Tea and Coffee Cups and Saucers; 00 Deco?
rated Mustache Cups and Saucers; 600 Children's
Tea Sets from io ceo ta to $i 60 per set. Great as?
sort ment of small articles at abont half the asnal
PrCe' VARIOUS SINGULARITIES. eV
50 finely Japanned Tlc chamber Sets, at S3 so?
per sei ; 25 Cake Boxes, loco Tea Trays and Walt?
ers, 160 Fancy Baskets. 500 Locking G asses, au
sizes, and many other singularities too numerous
to mention are to be found at
LISLEY'S CHEAP STORES,
Nos. 190 and 388 King street.
with tts usual cheer, is at hand, sod all of onr
dealers are displaying their
to enable*purchasers to makeselectlons^The
prlces are so reasonable that they are actually
to those who are m quest of them, and "
this season no 'noose in this city commands a
larger patronage than that of
where all or the choicest articles to be found tn a
are on band. Strangers visiting Charleston
should not fall to visit this house, for
no time has a better Stock of Goods been pkrfied
on display than that to be seen dally m the store
No. 306 KING STREET.
?Hillinerrj, Dressmakings Ut.
RS. M\ DUN LA~PT~
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
NO. 3W KING STREET,
ONE DOOR BELOW GEORGE UT HE KT.
W SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COUN?
TRY ORDERS. dec7-ustalmo
-jyj-RS. M. J. ZERNOW,
Na 304 KING STREET,:
would respectfully inform the ladies] that she
OPEN THIS DAY
A FULL ASSORTMENT OP MILLINERY
DRESSMAKING in all Its branches attended U^?
as usual. Having obtained the Agency or Mdrne.
DEMORESPSCELEBRATED PAPER PATTERNS,
ls now prepared to famish a general
ASSORTMENT OF PATTERNS.
Country orders will receive pronvt attention.