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Alectlnga This Day.
Mai lon Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Knights of Pythias, at 7 P. M.
Union Chapter, at 7 P. M.
Auction Sales Tn is day.
Leitch & Bruns will sell at ll o'clock, at
the, old Po?toffice, real estate.
? William McKay will seil at 10 o'clock, on
Marsh's wharf, the schooner Flagg; and at halt
past IO o'clock, at his store, dry goods, hos?
Miles Drake wiil sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, clothing, hats, Ac.
FOREIGN* EXPORT?.-Mr. Henry Card clear?
ed, yesterday, for Liverpool, the British bark
David McNutt. with 39 bags sea island cotton,
1713 bales upland cotton, 175 toes phosphate
rock and 1146 staves.
THE ECLECTIC MAGAZINE.-Mr. J. Wallace
Alnger is appointed general Southern agent
for this excellent magazine, which contains
the cream ol the periodical literature of the
day, as well as book notices and scientific and
A STRAY PET.-A ferocious looking bull dog,
ol immense size, was found yesterday astray
on the street?, and Is now lodged in the
Guardhouse yard. The "dawg" is white, with
a alack patch over the left eye, has a stumpy
talland is altogether as ugly and sullen a
loofmg beast as could be found. Who owns
the' brute ?_
PERSONAL.-J. F. H. Blois and E. C. Keed.
Esqs., of the Savannah Republican, are at the
John Kershaw, Esq., ?diter ol the Camden
Journal, ls in the city.
The Hon. Henry Stanberrr, exattorney
*?eneral of the United States, arrived in the
city yesterday afternoon, and le at the Charles?
MASONIC-At the annual communication of j
Aiken Lodge, No. 157, A. F. M.. held at their
hall In Aiken, on Thursday evening, the 21st
instant, the following named oflScers were In?
stalled for the ensuing Masonic year, viz: B.
F. Brown, W. M.; S. Ott, S. W.; G. C. Mosely,
J. W.; B.W. Mosely, treasurer; W. Monroe
Steedman, secretary; M. J. Nevin?, S. D.; J. L
Courtenay, J. D.; J. H. Busch, A. L. Buck
halter, stewards; J. R. Rogers, tiler.
KLEPTOMANIA.-About dusk yesterday eve?
ning a lady, while shopping in the store of Mr.
Pierce, en King street, was robbed of her
pocket-book containing a considerable sum of
money. In the confusion she was unable to
say positively who the robber was, but, at her
instance, a colored youth named Adam Green
was arrested on suspicion of the theft. The
matter will be investigated before tbe Mayor
GjjfcBS AND STARS.-A mule found astray in
Anson street, was fined one dollar, to be paid
A red cow taken up, under similar circum?
stances, at the corner of King and Line
streets, was restored to the owner with a simi?
une victim to the wiles o? whiskey was
brought before the Mayor, and told to go and
sin no more.
OUR PRICES CURRENT.-We especially invite
the attention of our merchants to THE NEWS
Prices current, issued this morning. Made
^ip with the utmost care, and handsomely
Hrinted with entirely n^-v type, it forms, with
^he business card of the house forwarding it,
the most attractive and welcome weekly
commercial circular that can be used. Price,
for ten copies or more, with business cards,
two and a half cents per copy; single copies
FIGHT ON KERR'S WHARF.-Between one
and two o'clock yesterday morning, Cyrus
McBride, a quarrelsome colored man, who
was standing on Kerr's wharf, swore that one
of the wharl hands had run a truck loaded
with cotton over his loot, and that he had a
mind to whip out the crowd. The foreman
stepped up and told Cyrus no disturbance
would be allowed there, but hinted there was
a convenient spot near by for tte settlement
ol such difficulties. The parties repaired to
the> spot, and, on an appeal to the manly art,
Cjhm was soon picking himself np from the
ground with a terrible eye. he now drew a
large knife, and rushed at his opponent. The
latter was on his guard, and the crowd seeing
foul play Interfered, and .turned Cyrus over
to the police. He was taken to the Guard?
house, and will he brought belore the Major
THE GREATEST WONDER OF THE CHICAGO
FIRE.-Of all the wonderful things that hap?
pened during that extraordinary conflagra?
tion, the most wonderful was the exemption of ?
Herring's safes lrom destruction, and of Her?
ring's only. Amid thaqdreadful hell, seemiogly
sent upon earth to test the value of the vari?
ous inventions which the skill of generations
had perfected to resist the evil Influence oi
Are, Herring alone came off unscathed At any
rate, if any others escaped we hear nothing ol
them, while Messrs. Herring, Farrel ? Sher?
man publish In to-day's NEWS a list of one
hundred and twenty responsible Chicago mer?
chants, all of whom saved the'r books and pa?
pers by using Herring's safe?. All safes cost
?ge sums ot money, and merchants should
careful not to throw that money away, but
Invest it in a Herring safe, the only one that
has stood the gieat trial o? the century.
RELIGIOUS.-The seventh session of the
South Carolina Conlerence of the Methodist
Episcopal Church commenced at the Centen
nary Church. Wentworth street, In this city,
on Wednesday, Bishop Simpson presldinj
Th^Rev. Dr. Henry J. Fox was elected secre?
tary. The usual standing committees were
appointed. The various districts were repre?
sented by their respective presiding eiders,
and a great increase in the material and spir?
itual Interests of the church is reported.
Last evening there were memorial services
in the Wentworth Street Church, Bishop
Simpson presiding. The services were of the
most interesting character. The conference
has lost three of its members during the year,
Rev. John Hamlinton, Rev. George Newcome
and Rev. T. Willard Lewis-the latter the
well known and beloved pastor of the churches
in this city. Addresses were delivered by the
bishop, the Rev. Mr. Weston, and Drs. Web?
ster and Fox. At the close of the exercises
the organ played an appropriate dirge, and the
monument erected to the memory nf Rev. T.
W. Lewis was unveiled. Tte monument ls
costly and chaste.
During the evening the church was crowded
in every part, and the aisles to the very doors
could scarcely afford standing room for
another person. The monument, which was
covered during the evening with black drape?
ry, was not unveiled until near ten o'clock,
when its neatness and beauty struck all
^present with admiration. It is let into the
Jwall on the east side of the pulpit and forms a
graceiul tribute to the memory of the deceased
Sec? First Page for Other Locals.
The Moulton Concert Last Night.
The first Moulton concert took place last
night. The audience was not large, and this
is the more to be regretted because the con?
cert was by far the best that Charleston has had
since the war. All the members of the com?
pany are artists of a high order of excellence,
and Mrs. Moulton is one of the singers of a
century. We now k now that what seemed to
be extravagant praist fails, in reality, rather
short of the truth. Neither the press nor in?
dividuals have exaggerated the lascinatlons of
Mrs. Moulton, or her rare power and finish as
a singer. We venture to say that in Charles?
ton the fair American prima donna is already
When Mrs. Moulton came upon the stage
last night, she was received rather coldly, b y.
the first notes of the Sltadow Song (an air in.
spired, as Thackeray thought, by the Antwerp
chimes.) commanded their attention, and be?
fore the brilliant cadences were ended, all
were ready to acknowledge that a purer or
more flute-like voice had never been heard in
Charleston. It was. indeed, sung with fault?
less taste and perfect Ekill-sung ls we had
thought that only Adelina Patti could sing
it. The applause was hearty, but Mrs.
Moulton declined to sing again. Her sec?
ond song. Tinder and True, an Eng?
lish ballad of no great intrinsic merit, was
deliciously rendered. Every syllable was as
clear as a bell, and the tones of the singer
were exquisitely touching. In this ballad the J
flute-like timbre of Mrs. Moulton's voice pro. I
duced a thrilling effect upon the audience, in
whose ears, we dare say, the plaintive words*
"Tender and True-Adieu ! Adieu !" ore lin- J
cering still. In response to the wild applause
which greeted the ballad, Mrs. Moulton J
sang Beware, with an air of archnees j
which made the moral of the song worse than j
useless. It was a bewilderingly attractive I
bit of singing. In the second putt of the con- J
cert Mrs. Moulton sang The Nightingale, a j
song which tested thoroughly the training and
resources of her voice. She passed the ordeal j
handsomely, and was compelled to sing again.
The closing duet from Crispino took the house j
by Btorm, and was a fitting close to an evening
which was a succes:ion ol personal and artis?
Mr. Wehii. who played a fantaisie upon
Faust, and also Eome siceet Home, for the left I
hand alone, ls one of the most brilliant pian?
ists who have visited us. His touch is both
strong and sweet, and his taste and dexterity
are beyond reproach. The Faust fantaisie I
was a striking example of his skill and artistic I
Signor Ferranti was allotted the inevitable
Largo al factotum, and he sang it so well j
that it was as fresh and new to the
audience as though it were not the
cheval de battaille of every baritone. The
reading of Signor Ferranti was striking, and
bis fine actiog and dramatic Intensity made
the hackneyed air one of the prominent fea?
tures of the evening. In the Femmine !
Femmine ! the singing of Signor Ferranli was J
so ludicrously expressive, that the audience
laughed heartily, and Insisted upon a second I
Bong, which was accorded them. We have no I
hesitation ia saying that this gentleman fully
deserves all the good things which have been
written about him on his Southern tour.
Mr. Brookbouse Bowler's fine tenor voice
was as fresh as a dairy last night, and both his I
songs, (Sioeet Form, and the Bay oj Biscay,)
were encored. In response to the first call,
Mr. Bowler sang My Pretty Jane, and for the
second he bowed his acknowledgments. There
wa3 far more vigor and force, as well as grace
and sweetness, in Mr. Bowler's singing last
night than we remember to have noticed when
he was in Charleston with the Richiugs Opera
The accompaniments were played admira?
bly by Mr. Geo. W. Colby, who is an accom?
plished conductor. The fine plano used at the
concert came from the factory of Weber & Co.
To-night the sec jnd Moulton concert takes
place, and we again urge every lover of g: od
music and dainty singing to secure a seat
without delay. We have had no such singing
'n Charleston of late years, and we but ex?
press the opinion of the audience of last night
in making the assertion that Mrs. Moulton, as
a concert singer, ls at least equal to Mlle. Nils?
son. Mrs. Moulton sings with a perfect ease,
and with a pathos and variety ol expression
which'tbe fair Swede did not approach when
she honored Charleston with her presence.
8XIRMI8U ON THE GREEN.-Wednesday
eight, about nine o'clock, the crowd of ur- j
chins who assemble around the circus pavilion
on the Citadel Green became more obstreper?
ous than usual, and grew more outrageous as
the police officers present attempted to quiet I
them. A party headed .by a colored boy I
name i L. Morton drew off, and began throw
lng brickbats at the officers. They were soon,
however, taken in flank by the police, and, I
before they could disperse, fifteen of the gang, j
with the leader, Morton, were captured. The j
party were brought before the Mayor ye3ter- j
day morning, and ail sentenced to pay a fine
of one dollar or go to the House of Corree- I
tion for five days, except Morton, who re- I
eel7"'l a double allowance of two dollars or I
ten days. Most of them paid up.
A NEW INDUSTRY.-Colonel Louis Zimmer,
who is now in Charleston, is engaged in the I
work of getting out white oak staves for the j
English market. The staves are now obtained I
in North Carolina, but lt is expected that
operations will soon begin in this State, like?
wise under the direction of Colonel Zimmer. J
Shipments already made to England have j
turned out well, and lt is believed that in the j
course of a lew months contracts for staves I
by the million will be made. The staves are I
shipped via Charleston to New York, where
they are put aboard of the ocean steamers.
This new branch of industry, therefore,
promises well, and must benefit the land?
owner, the laborers, the railroads and the
shipping agents in the State.
Hotel Arrivals-December ?38.
R. P. Sibley, Augusta: W. H. Wight, H. A.
Clark. Boston; Mrs. Moulton and maid, Mrs.
Greenough, J. M. Wehli, J. Bowler, P. Fer?
ranti, G. W. Colby, F. E. Jones, New York; M.
W. Garrison, Alabama; J. F. H. Blois, E. C.
Reid, Savannah Republican; Captain D. W.
Howes, New York; L. Brommer, England; D.
Epstin, Columbia; F. P. Webber and wife, Bal?
timore; Jerome P. Chase, Florence; P. A.
Emanuel, Edawah Island; Rev. C. R. Brainard
wife, nurse and child, Massachusetts; Mrs. Al?
exander Mitchell, Wisconsin; G. Poznanekl,
MisB Poznanskl and maid, South Carolina; J.
A. Johnson. W. J. Detreville, Orangeburg; Mr.
and Mrs. Staoberry, M. M. Teague, Marion; J.
M. Scattergood, Mrs. P. A. Emanuel, Philadel?
phia; B. A. Harrison, Southern Times and
Planter. J. D. Dunlap, Camden; F. Farnard,
Boston; C. H. Skidman, Florida.
H. Douglas, Louisiana; L. Ramsfalr, Beau?
fort County; R. D. Senn, George W. Water?
man, A. Knight, Columbia; F. J. Hanly, New
York; W. L. Wolfe, Orangeburg.
Richard Codbury, Philadelphia; John G.
Williams, Boston; L. E. Irving, St. John's, S.
C.; George E. Thompson ano wife. Miss Elia
Green, New York; w. C. Havens, Troy; John
G. Davis, Vermont; P. C. Cook,George Con
ner?, Albany, William B. Storer, New orleans;
H. S. Sanford, Jacksonville.
JB US12TE8S X O XI CE S.
WE CALL especial attention to the sale at
auction by Messrs. Leitch & Bruns, No. 35
Broad street, of a valuable ftock of fine dia?
mond jewelry, gold and eilver watches, gold
chains, dc. They are to be on exhibition at
their sales-room this day, prior to the sale to?
morrow, when they are positively to be sold
without reserve. Every article is to be guar?
anteed as represented, or the money will be
returned lor the sime.
WE WOULD respectfully call your attention
to T. S. Nips in's, No. 131 Meeting street. You
can there get real Leather Boots and Shoes as
cheap as you will pay elsewhere for shoddy.
As he has all his goods manufactured especial?
ly to order from the first manufacturers, he
wi 1 guarantee all goods as represented.
Shoes i'jr schcol-boys and misses a specialty.
All kinds of work constantly on hand. All
orders carefully and promptly attended to. T.
S. NIPSON, No. 131 Meeting street. dec29-2
CHEAP FANCT HATS.-The attention of all in
quest ol Ladies' and Children's Fancy Hats ls
invited to the advenisement of Archer's Ba?
zaar in to-day's NEWS.
LUNCH HOUSE.-Mr. D. F. Gleason invites
the inspection, by the public, of his saloon,
No. 104 Market street, and the choice assort?
ment of liquors, edibles and cigars which he
there keep3 on hand. Oysters of the finest
quality will be served up in every style, and
lunch dally from eleven to one o'clock. ''Live
and let Live" is the proprietor's motto, and
he Intends to carry it out.
BLANK BOOKB for the New Year in every
variety, Journals, Day Books, Cash Books.
Ledgers, Ac, Ac, are made in this City,
superior in quality to Northern work, and as
low in price. Go to the only place-Walker,
Evans & Cogswell, No. 3 Broad sireet,
Charleston, S. C. _ dec29-l
NOTICE TO TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views of |
Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
street Bazaar. dec29
FOR BOTS' AND YOUTHS' OVERCOATS, go to
Matthiessen's, corner of King and Wentworth
"JUDGING from the amount of btisinf ss the
Singer Manufacturing Company do at their j
State Agency, No. 197 King street, we should |
say the 'Singer5 must be THE MACHINE.''
F?RS.-FCRCHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244
King street, offer extraordinary bargains in
Furs. Few more cases of all kinds and prices
received, and will be sold at extremely low
THE DAT OF FORTUNE approaches. The
Academy of Music, with the other grand
prizes of the Scheme, will be drawn for Jan?
uary 8th. Get your tickets In time, from Eben
Coffin, sub-agent, at No. 29 Broad street.
THOSE MAGNIFICENT BASE LEDGERS which
carried off the premium at the State Fair,
were made by Walker, Evans & Cogswell.
Tuey were not fancy books, but were made to
order, and most of them are now in use. The
Bank Ledgers are particularly large and
strong books. Their manufacture could not
be entrusted to more worthy hands than those
of Messrs. Walker, Evans & Cogswell, No. 3
Broad street, Charleston, S. C. dec29-l
To BUSINESS MEX.-Save your money by
purchasing your Blank Books at the East
Bay News Boom. _ decl4
REMOVED.-John Commins has removed
from No. 131 Meeting street to No. 308 King
street, five doors above Wentworth. Any
person wishing good substantial Boots and
Shoes-no paper bottoms-will please give a
call. A few cases of Ladies' Winter Slippers
(flannel lined) at fl 50 per pair.
THE "HOME SHCTTLB SEWING MACHINE"
uses the Straight Needle, makes the Lock
Stitch (alike on both side3.) and ls one of the
most useful and fashionable CluiKmas Gilts
you could present to your lady friends-125
ALL THOSE In need of Broadcloth?, Cas?i-1
meres, Doeskins, BeaverB, dbe. will do well by
calling on us to take advantage of the twenty
five per cent, reduction of prices in this line
of goods. Tailors are invited to price the
goods. Samples given. FCRCHGOTT, BENE?
DICT & Co._
GAMES AND PICTURE BOOKS, at popular
prices, at Hasel street Bazaar. decl4
"KETLESS WATCHES."-We have just re?
ceived per steamer Ville de Paris from Havre
an invoice of fine Gold Stem Winders and
Chronographs, from the celebrated factory of |
Patek Philippe A Co., Geneva, to which we
desire to call the attention of purchasers.
CARRIXGTOX, THOMAS & Co., Jewellers and di?
rect Importers, No. 256 King street. declO j
ONE DOLLAR WRITJXU DESK9.-Superior to
any sold heretofore. HASEL STREET BAZAAR,
and EAST BAT NEWS-ROOM. dec20
MARK YOUR CLOTHING!-Order your Stencil
Plates at the Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Room. octl4-s
CHEILLET'S PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair
warranted. These Gloves will be taken back
even alter wear, for any imperfections, such as
tearing or ripping.
' Paris, 20 Rue de la Paix.
London. 53 Recent street.
New York, 929~Broadway.
Boston, 9 Temple Piace.
FURCHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co., sole Agents
CROQUET ! CROQUET ?-The cheapest in the
City. HASEL STREET BAZAAR. dec20
WILSON'S CASED LIQUORS.-Having long
seen the necessity of placing a pure and un?
adulterated stimulant before the public for
medicinal purposes, we have determined to
pack the following favorite brands ol' liquor
in case3 consisting of one bottle each of Plnet,
Castillon & Co.'s Branriy, Private Stock Port,
"Pale Family" Sherry, "Old Velvet" Bourbon,
Jamaica Rum, "Cabinet" Gin, Loch Katrine
(Scot.) Whiskey, which we sell at ten ($10)
dollars per case. To our friends we will say
that we guarantee the purity of the above.
They are endorsed by our leading physicians,
and are, without any doubt, first-class goods.
Send orders to WILSON'S GROCERY, Box No.
383, Charleston, S. C. No charge lor deliver?
KINSMAN BROTHERS' BAKERY,
KO. 84 MARKET STREET.
PER POUND. PER POUND.
Butter Crackers 14c. Soda Biscuits 10c.
Ginger Snaps icc. Cream Biscuits ISc.
Nie Kacks 26c Milk Biscuits 20c.
Egg Biscuits 30c. Machine Butter Crack
Arrow Root Biscuits 20C. ers I2.sc.
Faml y Pilot Bread loc. Seed Crackers 18c.
Lemon Snaps 20c. Sugar Carckers isc.
Wine Crackers 13c. Fancy Crackers 18c.
Broken Candy 26c.
P. S.-The Crackers can be had at the same
price at Kinsman's Saloon, No. 279 King street.
ETTRY^'G^S S'XFIT^^ OF CHICAGO!
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY TRIUMPHS UP TO DATE !
MESSRS. HERRING 4 CO : CHICAGO, October 31,1671.
G ENTLEHEN-in the ever-memorable Ure of the 8th and Oth instant, which destroyed some twenty
thousand buildings, Including the entire wholesale business portion of thia City, we had our valuable
Books, Papers, Ac, Inclosed In HERRING'S SAFES, which, owing to the intensity of the beat and
Hie want of water, lay imbedded In the rams for days before they could be got ar, and, notwith?
standing the unparalleled trial, they have proved equal to our expectations, preserving onr property
when everything else was swept away.
Dnlon Insurance and Trnsc company's Savings Jas. E. McLean, u. s. Collector.
Bank, two Safes. Gale A Biockl.
Illinois Central R. R. Freight Depor, two safes. Carter, Becker A Dale,
w. M. Larrabee, Treasurer Chicago A Alton R. R. W. H. Hoyt A Son.
Company, two Safes. James s. Kirk A Co.
Max EJortzburg, C. B. A Q. R. R. Company. Djer A Payne.
C. B. Foster, 1 Tl(,tet . .,," cMcaBo B 10 RR. SoPer- BTlnerd A Co.
C. M. Adams, }.LLCKEI AG T8' LDLCAS?> ?. ?<*.*.*? T. B. Webber A Co.
L. Fowler, Ass't Sup". Great Western Dispatch. Loomis 4 Fol et.
T. W. Uammill, Ass't Cashier U. S. Depository. Lester, Heron, Smith A Co.
M. F. Tuley, Corporation Counsel. D. Herfnrth A Goth.
R. F. Mason. Mayor of City. Holland, Frear A Wilson.
H. S. Rexford, County Treasurer. A. E. Neely 4 Co.
E. W. Gavin, st. Mary's Church. Singer 4 Talcott.
T. D. Guinea, Sup'tsOftice, Calvary Cemetery. Shandrew A Dean.
A. H. Burley, Office or Lincoln Park Comm'rB. W. M. Hoyt 4 Co.
R. J. Taylor, Sup't West'n Dep't Commentai In- E. F. Pnislfer 4 Co.
surance Company. Taylor 4 Thomas.
Northwestern Manufacturing Company. F. Wood 4 Co.
Fear stone Manufacturing Companv. Murray 4 Mason.
Union Akron Cement Company. R. E. Bickford 4 Co.
F. E. Spooner, Agent Union Lime Company. L. Barber A Son.
Clough Stone Company. Thomas A. Hill 4 Co.
Tappan, McKii'op 4 Co., two Safes. A. D. Eopse'l, tor Becker 4 Kopse J.
Weage, Klrtland 4 Ordway. Foreman Brothers.
John V. Farwell 4 Co. Thomas 4 Lazear.
Armour, Dole 4 Co. Farwell 4 Co.
Field. Benedict 4 Co. House 4 Barnum.
Heath 4 Milligan. w. L. Barnum.
Doggett, Bassett 4 Bills. L. A. Willard.
Stanton 4 Co. H. H. Busted.
Van Schaack, Stevenson 4 Reid. George Armour.
Page 4 Spragne. William Wheeler.
Hale, Ayer 4 Co. Martin Andrews.
Ingraham, Corbin 4 May. John R. case.
J. W. Butler 4 Co. J. C. Mitchell.
Bradner, Smith 4 Co. L. P. Wright.
Gould, Briggs 4 Co. A F. Dickenson.
Gallup 4 Peabody, two Sares. George W. Hanni?.
w. 0. Swett 4 Co. Lewis Fae?sler.
Giles Brother 4 Co., two Safes. G. Beckwith.
B. F. Norris 4 Co., two Sa'ea. winiam K. Page.
A. B. Van Cott 4 Co. George E. Nichols.
Warner 4 Felix. Peter P. Masrz.
Teeney. McClellan 4 Tenney. David Fleming.
Gage Bros. 4 co. Henry Malzacher.
Gilbert 4 Brega. John Frazer.
Brlnkwor.h 4 Ltopold. Adam Frederick.
A. M. Wright 4 Co. John Mayer.
Haskins, Martin 4 Wheeler. W. H. Rel?.
Geddes 4 Reid, Agents for George Smith. George F. Foster.
Boynton, Foster 4 Co. Charles G. French.
Smith BroB. 4 Co. James Stinsoa.
Allen A Mackey, two Safes. H. 0. Mccarty.
Story 4 King. i naries Cleaver.
H. 4 A. Keep. R- B. Appleby.
A. J. Neuberger A Co. Day. Allen 4 Co.
HERRING'S Patent Champion Fire and Burglar Proor SAFE, best Safe In the world. Manufactured
only by HERRING, FARREL A SHERMAN, No. 261 Broadway, corner Murray Btreet, New York.
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL, Agents,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
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be given to clubs.
To secure premium?, it will be ceceisary to
make early app ication, as the stock available for
that purpose ls limited.
Circulars with further particulars may be had
on application. -*
THE LEONARD SCOTT PUBLISHING CO.
No. 140 Fulton Btreet, New York.
THE LEONARD SCOTT PUBLISHING CO.
THE FARMER'S GUIDE
To Scientific and Practical Agriculture.
By HENKT STEPHENS, F. R. S., Edinburgh, and
the late J. P. NORTON, Professsor of Scientific Ag.
rlculture in Yale College, New Haven.
Two vols. Royal Octavo. 1600 pages and nu?
merous engravings. Price $7; by mall, post-paid
I L L E R'S ALMANAC
FOR 187 2,
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
Eighty Pages Royal Octavo.
PRICE, ONLY TEN CENTS.
The Fifty-fifth Annual Edition of this well
known ALMANAC la now ready, and for sale by
all the Booksellers in Charleston, and also by the
WALKEB, EVANS & COGSWELL,
No. 3 BROAD STREET,
dec27-6 Charleston, S. C.
ROMANCE AND HISTORY BLENDED.
THE LILY AND THE TOTEM,
THE HUGUENOTS IN FLORIDA,
BY WILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS
IN CLOTH-Pit ICE ll 50.
PUBLISHED AND FOR 8ALB ET
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL
Nos. 3 BROAD AND 109 EAST BAY STREETS,
CHARLESTON", S., C.
R E SH VACCINE
Reliable Scabs for sale by
dec22 DR. H. BAER, >o. 131 Meeting street.
The Exercises of this Inst it a; lon will be lesnmed
on TUESDAY, January 2.1872.
VIKOIL C. DIBBLE.
The Exercises of the Public Schools will be re?
sumed on TUESDAY, the ? ' January, 1872. Ap?
plications for the admlssiou of Pupils caa be
made to the Prlnc pals, at the respective School
houses, any day on and after the above date, be?
tween the uou.-s or 9 and IO A. M.
E. MONTAGUE GRIMSE,
dec27-5_"Superintendent of Schools.
QHARLESTON FEMALE SEMINARY,
No. 60 ST. PHILIP STREET.
The Exercises will be resumed January 2, 1872,
Those who Intend to enter Pupils are earnestly
requested to present them promptly at this time,
BO that their classification may be effected the
first week of the year, and the regular programme
beinteirupted as Huleas possible.
Miss E. A KELLY, Principal.
For Circulars containing particulars, apply as
MISS WINSTON'S SCHOOL, No 203
Meeting street, will reopen on WEDNES?
DAY, January 3. dec27-wfm4
QCHOOL N01ICE.-THE SUBSCRIBER
O win c .ntlnue the School heretofore kept by
Dr. BRUNS, at No. 85 Beaulaln street. The Ex?
ercises will be resumed on Tueedar, the 2d Janu?
ary, 1872. C. B. COCHRAN.
SALE OF TBE SPARTANBUKG AND UNION
Persons can attend the sale or the above Road
by leaving Columbia on the 1st of Jana ar j next.
TH 03. B. JtTER.
dec29-3_President s. and U. R. H. Co.
OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
CHARLESTON, H. c., December 24,1S7L
On and after SUNDAY, June ii, the Passen?
ger Trams on tho Sonta Caranna Raurcad wi?
run as loilew?:
L 'ave Charlee wi.8.10 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.-....4.26 P. M.
Lsave Charleston.8.10 A.M.
Arrive at Columbia.?.? ?.. 4.- 5 P. M.
Leave Augusta.7.40 A M.
Arrive at Charleston. ? ?. 3.30 P. M.
L?BT8 Columbia._.7.40 A. M.
Arrnve at Charleston...8.20 P. M.
THROUGH WILMINGTON THAIN.
Leave Ac/usta.3.00 A. M.
Arrive at Kintrvule. fl.co A. M.
Leave Ringville.12 30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta. 6.30 P.M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT Kxrnxsa.
L3B7C Charleston.8.80 P.M.
Arrive at Augusta.7.31 A M.
L?avo Augusta.6.00 P. M.
Arr.vc at Charleston.6.65 A M.
COLUMlilA HIGHT BXrBXBfi.
Lsave Unarieston.7.10P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.?.... 6.3JA. M.
L.-ave Columbia................ 7.0) P. M.
Arrive at Charleston. 7.00 A. M.
BUM ll BB VILLE TRAIN,
Leave Sommerville at.7.25 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston at.8.45 A. M.
Leave Charleston at.3.30 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville at.4.45 P. M.
Leave Camden.6.15 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.IO - o A M.
Leave Columbia.L41 P. M.
Armo at Oarndea..6.25 P. M.
Day and Night Trains make close connectloni
ai Augusta wt;b Georgia Railroad and Centra1
Railroad, and with Charlotte, Columbia and Au?
gusta Railroad to points North.
Night Tram connects wltn Macon and Augusts
Columbia Night Tram connects with Greennllt
and Columbia Railroad.
Camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ex?
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
rons through to Columbia and returns on Mon
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. P1CKENS. 0. T. A tanlO
? ccoroti?c Upr)ol5lcrrj.
T ACE CURTAINS,
PAPER HANGINGS, Ac
W . J . TRIM
Has on hand a large and carefnlly selected stock
Of UPHOLSTERY GOODS, WINDOWSHADES, Pa?
per Hangings, Decorations, Ac.
00N8I8TING IN PAST OP :
A fnll line or WINDOW HOLLANDS AND SHADES
Swiss, Nottingham and Muslin C?rtama
Brocha, Reps, Terrys and Satin Detains
All Wool Damasks and Watered Moreena
French and English Cretonnes and chintz es
Linen Coverings and Stripes, Bindings, Ac.
Embroidered Plano and Tabie Covers
Victoria, Dining and Centre Table Covers
Toilanettes, OH Cloths, Table and Desk Coverings
**! Centre Tassels, Fringes and Gimpa
sat, Walnut and Rosewood Cornices
Ba d Picture Nails
Bnlr, W o'., Con zo and MOBS Mattresses
Few and Pulpit Cuan .ons,
AT No. 243 KING STREET, IN THE BEND.
Unction Sales--Ellis Dap
CONTENTS OF A BETAIL STORE.
TO is DAY, ac half-past 10 o'clock, at No.
1-10 Meet me street, will be sold,
Tbe CONTESTS OF STORE No.-King street,
removed for con vente ace of sale, consisting of
Pieces PRINTS, Bleached Shirting, Remnant
Pieces of Dress Goods and Alpacas, Pieces Sati?
net and Ca simeres, 50 yards Velveteen, varions
Colors, Gloves, Hosiery, Ladles' Gai ere. Ll.en
and Cotton Handkerchiefs, and a few pieces of
Br WM. MCKAY.
SCHOONER FLAG AT AUCTION.
THIS DAY, at io o'clock, will be sold at Pal?
metto Wharf, (Marsh's Dry Dock.)
The Schooner FL AGG, with sails, Rlg^lnr, Ac,
65 tons burden, carrying 2500 bushels Klee. Is
in good order, and now doing a line coasting
By MILES DRAKE.
CLOTHING, HATS, Ac,
THIS MORNING, at io o'clock, 1 will sell, at
my store, c.rner King and Liberty streets,
A fine assortment of Men's and EojV Black
Casslmere and Satinet Sack?, Men's Fine Frocks,
Derby coats, Beaver and Chinchilla Overcoats,
Melton Suits, Casslmere and Satinet Pants and
Vests, Men's Shirts, Drawers, Undershirts, Scarfs,
Bows, Cravats and Suspenders, Ladles' Shawls,
cloaks, Balmoral Skirts and Gloves, Handker?
chiefs and Buggy Lieths, Spool Thread, Half
Hose, atc, Ac.
A large line of Men's and Boys' Wool and Felt
Hats, just received and to be sold on account of !
By W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
THOMAS A. JOHNSON vs. R. B. ELLIOTT.
By virtue of a judgment for sale In this case,
made by the Hon. RF. Graham, Judge of the First
Circuit, l will offer for Bale, by Public Auction,
THIS DAY, the twenty-ninth of December, A.
D. 1871. at ll o'clock in the forenoon, at the Old
Postofflce, at the foot of Broad street, in Charles?
All that TRACT, PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND,
with all the Dwellings and outbuildings thereon,
situate, lying acd being in that part or the
County of Charleston, lately known as the Parish
of St. Andrew's, in the said State, on the north
side of the Dorchester Road, near the junction
with the State Read, and containing thirty and
one-half acres, more or leas; butting and bound?
ing east on Lands now or late of John H< art,
northeast on a line running parallel to and one
hundred feet from the South Carolina Railroad,
weston Lands now or late cf -Brown and
Johnson, and south by the Dorchester Road afore?
said ; the said Tract being more particularly de
scribed lu a plat thereof made by John A. Michel,
surveyor, and dated the first day of March, A. D.
On the following terms, that is to say, one
half cash: the balance payable in oae year, se?
cured by bond of the purchaser and mortgage of
the property sold; the bond bearing interest at
seven per cent, per annum from the day of sale.
Purchaser to pay Referee for papers and stamps.
brutton Salts-?nlmc Dajj?.
By HOLMES* MACBETH,
LOT SOUTH SIDE CUMBERLAND
will be sold, on THURSDAY, nth diy of Janu?
ary, 1872, at the Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock,
AU that desirably located LOT on the squth side
Cumberland street, near Meeting street, measur?
ing in front on Cumberland street 85 feet 7
inches, on east itne no feet, back Une 93 feet 7
inches, and west Une 111 feet, be the same more
or less; bounded north by Cumberland street,
east by lands formerly of Dr. J. W. Schmldr,
deceased, now Dr. Robert Lebay, south by Ceme?
tery of the circular church, and west by lands
now or late of F. 0. Rolando, more particularly
delineated In Plat or R. K. Payne, recorded tn
Register of Mesne Conveyance, Charleston Coun?
ty, Plat Book A No. 1, page 106.
Terms-One-rou th cash; balance in one, two
and three years, credit portion secured bj bond
or bonds of the purchaser, with interest from day
of sale Purchaser to pay us for all necessary
papers and stamps._dec29-ftnawth5
By HOLMES & MACBETH,
LOT EAST SIDE FRIEND STREET.
Will be s .'ld on THURSDAY, nth day of
January, 1872, at ihe Old Poetofflce. at ll o'clock,
All tnat LOT OF LAND, on the east stde of
Friend street, containing in front on Friend
street 31 feer, and in depth 106 feet, be the same
more or less. Bounded on the north by lands or
the Rt. Rev. Dr. Lynch, south by lands now or
late or Mrs. Belser, east by lands or Rt. Rev. Dr.
Lynch, and west by Friend street
Terms-One-r.urth cash; balance In one, t ;o
and three years; credit portion secured by bond
or bonds or the purchaser, with interest from day
or sale. Purchaser to pay us fi r a l necessary pa
pera and stamps._dec29-ftuawth5
Containing NINETY-NINE AND TWO-THIRDS
(90?) PER CENT. Soluble Matter. Warranted .rcu
from all impurities. Prepared in t lus cuy, and
tor sale at the low price or FIFTEt? DOLLARS
per ton, CA&H. JOHN U. HOLMES,
novl7-f Charleston, S. C.
BOWEN & MERCER'S
SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME
AGRICULTURAL SHELL LIME.
Of Superior Quality, for sale
P. C. TRENHOLM.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOR COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
PRICE-$25 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE FOR
This article is prepared under the superintend?
ence of Dr. ST. JULIAN RAVENEL, expressly ror
composting with Cotton Seed.
It was Introduced by this Company two years
ago, and Its use has tully attested its value. 200
to 260 pounds ct tb ls article per acre, properly
composted with the same weight or cotton seed,
furnishes the planter with a Fertilizer or the high?
est excellence at the smallest cost. A Compost
prepared with this article, as by printed direc?
tion? furnished, contains all the elements of fer?
tility that can enter into a First Class Fertilizer,
while Its economy must commend its liberal uBe
to planters. For supplies and printed directions,
for Composting, apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Gnano Company,
NOB. 63 East Bay and l and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Charleston, S. C.
JNO. S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
O L U B L E
PRICE, $45 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE
Experience In the use or this GUANO ror the
past six yean lu this State, tor Cotton and Corn,
has so rar established Us character ror excellence
as to render comment unnecessary.
In accordance with the established policy or the
Company to furnish the best Concentrated Ferti?
lizer at the lowest cost to consumers, this Guano
ls put into market this season at the above re?
t? uced price, which the Company ls enabled to do
by reason o: its large facilities an t the reduced
cost of manufacture.
The supplies put into market this season are, as
heretofore, prepared under the personal superin?
tendence of Dr. St. Johan Ravenel, Chemist or
the Company, at Charleston, S. C., hence plantera
may rest assured that Its quality and composition
la precisely the same as that heretofore sold.
At the present low price, every acre planted
can be fertilized with 200 pounds Guano at a cost
not exceeding the present value of 30 pounds of
cotton, while experience has shown that under
favorable condition or season and cultivation, the
crop ls Increased by the application from two to
three-fold the natura: capacity or the soil, hence
under no condition could its application fall to
compensate fur the outlay.
Apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
Noa. 68 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf,
Charleston, S. C.
JOHN S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
annum 8alt*~~*i?nxt IBay*.
By W. Y. LEITCH & E. S. BB?NS,
BEAT AUCTION SALE
DIAMONDS, GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
GOLD CHAIN8, OPERA AND FIELD
GLASSES, HALL & ELTON'S
PLATED WARE, FINE TA
BLE AND POCKET CUT- ?
LEBY, Ac, ?C.
We will offer at Auction, at oar Salesroom. No.
35 Broad street, on SATURDAY and MONDAY,
December 30tn and .January 1st, without reserve,
at ll A. M. and 6 P. M.
The following Stock, of strictly FIRST-CLASS
GOODS, from a well-known es abllshment on
Broadway, New York:
DIAMONDS, set in solid 18-karat Gold Binge,
Pins, Studs, 4c, Ac.
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES from the beat
known makers m Europe and America, consist?
ing of Quarter seconds, Howard, Waltham and
United States Watch Companies; fine Swiss
Watches, for Ladles and Qenttemeo ; Pendant and
Key-winders, set with Diamonds; Enamelled and
Frosted, Solid 18 and 14 karat Gold, Hnnttng and
Coln Silver Cases.
GOLD CHAINS-Opera, Leontine and Vest, or
the newest styles.
OPERA AND FIELD GLASSES, Plated Ware,
93-Every article guaranteed to be as represent?
ed, or the money returned.
Goods will be on exblb tlon at onr Salesroom on
FRIDAY, December 29th. prior to the day of sale.
W. Y. LEITCH ?S.S. BRUNS,
decggj Auctioneers, No. 85 Br ad street
By ALONZO J. WHITE & SON.
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANI
On TUESDAY, 2d January, at ll o'clock, will
be sold, at east end of Broad street,
Thirty (80) SHARES ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE
By W? T. LEITCH ft B> & BRUNS,
Auctioneer! and Brokers.
VALUABLE SEA ISLAND COTTON
PLANTATION. AT REFEREE'S SALB.
JAMES T. WELSMAN, Trustee Of HENRY C.
INWOOD and ELIZABETH, his Wife, va EMMA
JULIA EDWARDS et aL
In pursuance of the Judgment of the Court of
Common Pleas in the above cause, made by his
Honor the Honorable R. F. Graham, I will oner roi
sale at the Courthouse, In the City of Charleston,
on TUESDAY, the 16th day of January, 1872, at li
o'clock In the forenoon, ?
All that valuable PLANTATION called SPRING
ISLAND, in Beaufort County, Sooth Carolina,
situate at the junction or the Cnechessee and Col
leton Rivers, directly opposite Foot Point, tue
proposed terminus of the Deep Water and Western
Railroad, containing about three thousand acras
high land, about two thousand acres of which are
cleared and very fertile for Sea Island or Short
Cottons and Provisions. Ills abundantly supplied
with springs of good water, and affords a fine
pasturage for all kinds or stock; together with,
several small Islands adjacent thereto, and form?
lng parc of, and being appurtenant thereto, and
On the Plantation ls a large Dwelling-House
and ample outbuildings. There are several set*
tlements which render this property easy to be
divided Inno different plantations. Being an Is?
land lt requires no fencing.
It commands a line view or the Harbor of Port
Royal; ls ten (10) m les distant from the en?
trance; considered heal hy to Uve at all the year,
and well imo wa as one or the best Sea ls and
Cotton Plantations on the coast
A TRACT OF PINE LAND,on the main,belonging
to the Estate of the late George Edwards, con?
taining - acres.
Term?-One-third cash; tbe ba'ance by bond or
bonds of the purchaser, payable In tnree equal
successive annual instalment?, with interest ?rom
date at the rate of seven per centum per annum,
payable annua ly, with mortgage of the property
to secare the said bond or bonds. Purchaser to
pay Referee for papers and sumps.
For farther particulars, and any desired infor?
mation, application mast be made to Messrs.
SIMONS 4 SIMONS, and to Messrs. MEMMINQER,
P1NCKNEY A JERVclY, and V. J. TOBIAS. Soucl
tors in the cause, ASHER D. COHEN, Referee.
B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.,
2 ALE OF A VALUABLE PLANTATION.
J THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CHARLESTON COUNTY-In the Common Pleas.
DANIEL R. SORTWELL vs. WILLIAM BELL et aL
By virtue or a Decretal Order In the above stated;
case, I wul sell on THURSDAY, the 4th of Janu?
ary next at li o'clock, at the Old Postofflce,
The PLANTATION In M. James Goose C eek,
known ss the spring Grove Plantation, contain?
ing 1290 acres, more or less; bounded on the north,
by the main road, leading from Strawberry Ferry
to Charleston; on the east by the Mepshew Plan?
tation, belonging to John Lewis Gervais; on the
south by lands of the e tate or Robert Hame, and
on the west by lands of Mrs. Broughton.
That PLANTATION in sr. James Goose Creak,
known as Pine Grove, containing 4800 acres, more
or less; bounded on the north by Spring Grove
Plantation; on the < an by lands of P. G. Stoney,
and on the west by laudi ot the estate or Odom.
These Lands are sal l to contain Phosphates.
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit of
one and two years, secured by a bond or bonds of
the purchaser, bearing Interest at the rate of 7
per cent, per annum, payable annually, and a
mortgage of toe premises. Purchaser ro pay for
pap.rs and stamps.
SAMUEL LORD. Ja,
By S. C. BLACK,
ASSIGNEE'S SALE, THCBSDAY, JAN?
UARY 25,1872.-in the matter of THEO*
DORE STONEY, a Bankrupt In re BEHREND
BOLLMANN, surviving partner of Bollmann
Brothers-In the District Court of the United
By virtue of the decretal order of the Honorable
George S. Bryan, Judge of tbe said Court 1 wUl
offer for sale at public auction, at ll o'clock A.
M., on the 25TH DAY OF JANUARY, 1872, at th?
corner of Broad street and East Bay, near tue Old
Postofflce, tn the City or Charleston,
All that valuable SEA INLAND COTTON PLAN*
TATION, known as ' 'Laurel nm," altaste in Christ
Church Parish, m the County of Charleston, con*
taming 1602 acres, and consisting ol six separate
Tracts ot Land, as set forth on plat made by
Charles Parker, surveyor, on 19th December, 1850;
bounded to the north on Lands of J. H. Waring,
Jr., and H. L. Toomer; to the sooth on Lands of
Phillp Porcher and the Messrs. Horlbeck: to the
east on Lands of H. L. P. McCormick; and to th?
west on Lands or Robert D. Parker.
All that other TRACT OF LAND, formerly part
of the Plantation called "Elm Grove," situate in
the Parish md County aforesaid, containing 138
acres; bounded to the north on Land now or late
of George White; to the east on Land or U. L. P.
McCormick;, to the sooth on Landor Phuip Por?
cher; and to the west on said "' aurel Hui" Plan?
Terms or Sale-One-hair cash, and the balance
payable in one year, with interest at 7 per cent,
from day or sale, secured by bond or purchaser
and mortgage of the premises sold. Purchaser to
pay for scamps and papers.
dec22-.'tuiuthl L. w. O'HEAR, Assignee.
FIRST-CLASS RIVER-BOTTOM LAND
In a high and healthy part of the State for.
sale, with Floor, Grist and Saw Mills, Cotton Gin
and Thresher, and a successful stand for a Coun?
Will be sold for partition, ro the highest bid.
der, at spartanborg, s. C., on the first MONDAT
in January, 1872, If not previously contracted for
fit priv?te s?lc
The well known Plantation of CAM PO BELLA,
belonging to the Estate of the late Major H. J.
Dean, containing 1341 acres.
lt is situated on the great thoroughfare be?
tween Spartanborg, S. C., and Asheville, N. C..
seventeen miles north or Spartanborg, and
twenty-five miles northwest or Greenville and
five miles from GowansvlUe.
The place ls one of the most desirable In the up?
country, being unsurpassed for health, and al?
most unequalled for the quantity and quality of
Its Reed-Bottom to be in a heal hy locality, with
good Mills, bringing an Immediate and never
falling return fer the capital Invested-having 310
acres of best Reed-Bottom in one body, within ene
fence, m a high state of cultivation, never having
failed even In seasons or greatest drought to bring
a good crop, while the land ls constantly improv?
ing, and the whole well ditched and drained.
loo acres of best Creek Bottom, fresh and un*
The remainder of the Tract ls well wooded, in
original growth, and no green timber has been
cut on the place in sixteen years.
Tuere are five Settlements on the place, suitable
for tenants, and ample materials of both wood
and stone are m sight or the Saw MUL
The Flour and Grist Mills are well built first
story or stone-has three sets or bolting chests,
three run of miU stones, and mske as good floor
as any made south of Baltimore. They nave been
rebollt, as weU as the Saw Min. within a few
years, and all have a good run of cost om. The
near completion of the Air-Line Railroad wdl add
to their value.
The MUIB wUl be contracted for separately (as
also the Lands m lotB to salt purchasers,) at pri?
Terms-Cash ls preferred; but if more conve?
nient to purchasers, lt wlU be sold for one-half
cash-one-roarth In six months, and one-foarth In
twelve months, with interest from day of sale,
and bond and mortgage to secure the paymentof
the same. Title Indisputable.
PerBons wishing to examine the piace wlU be
directed at the Mill to Henry F. King. Esq.. or
wuilam J. WdIden on the place. Any Information
desired can be obtained by applying perconaUy at
Spartanborg Courthuose to Edward J. Dean, or
Dr. C. E. Fiemlng-or by letter to the Executrix,
MRS. MARY OWEN DEAN,
nov3-f 9 Lock Box 2?, Spartanborg, s. c.