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Adare* RIORDAN, DAWSON A GO.,
No. 10 Broad street, charleston, S. O.
Witt Charmion gTewf.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1872.
JSSWS OW THE DA T.
-M. Ernest Beman's next book will be on
the Apocalypse of st. John.
-New York has aselfrpropelltag steam fire
-Monday ls now advocated as the pay day
for working people.
-The mercantile marine of the whole world
numbers over 61,000 vessels.
-The new Toileries is to be Immeasurably J
grander and more beantiiol that) the old one.
-Yoong candidates for the pulpit In New
England are questioned as to their belief in
the Darwinian theory.
-A Boston tea company, who were the
first firm in the city to use oxen to draw their
wagons, now call themselves the "Oxidental
-Large numbera of English immigrants
continue to arrive at Raleigh and other points I
in North Qmrniirtn, They are principally from
Northamptonshire and Birmingham.
-Boston has three churches, respectively
one huudred anti twenty, one hundred and
forty and one hundred and fifty years old,
which have remained unaltered since they,
-At one ef the New York up-town ohurches j
ft slate, containing a list of the weddings to
be celebrated during the week, Is hung in the |
vestibule every Sunday for the benefit of the j
jrjuDg'ladles ot the congregation.
-The inventor of the Engel organ is exhlb- j
Uta g his Instruments in New York. ' The or?
gan bas a new stop called tbe uVox Angelica,"
an imitation of that stop which only exists in
the Basie organ and sounds like a chorus in
-Twenty-taree pairs of Alsatians resident |
In M?lhausen were joined In matrimony a day
CT two previous to toe close of the "option," j
hastened by the report that the Prussian Qov
. tmnvtat lmmdAd tn obstruct purely Alsatian
marriages after that date, and to promote
them botwean natives aad Germans.
-Mr. W. H. Smith, member of Parliament,
from London, England, Is in New York, on a ]
tour of observation, whloh he will extend to
moat of the leading clues. Mr. Smith is cele?
brated as a millionaire newsdealer in London.
He la a. member of the House for Westminster,
and waa elected over John Stuart Mill.
-Policemen In Berlin receive $1 25 a day;
Sa Munich, il ; In Vienna, $110; in Venice, 90
cenia; In Pails, $3; In Madrid, fl 60; in Borne,
.5 coats; In Bucharest, 75 cents; In St, Peters?
burg, 60 tenta; in Copenhagen, $1; and ta
Stockholm, $115. In Constantinople they
have to content themselves with 40 cents.
-Mr. Reed, formerly chief .constructor, In a
letter to tbe London Times, laments the weak
condition of the British navy. He asserts that
two yearn ago ber navy was superior to any
. oi the European powers, bot now lt ls falling
off sorapidly that, ta Mr. Heed's words, she
? toeing "the practicability of competing in
the rtce," Busala and PrusBia have outstrip?
ped her-^e has not an Iron-clad whloh will
compare with the Peter the Great, and In case
of war would bo very badly off indeed.
-Fro?Charles Kent's nsw book, Charles
Dickens aa a Reader, it . appears that In his
American tour from December 2,1867, to April
30,18*8, Diekens gave seventy-six readings to
audiences? averaging 1500, the average net
proceed*, amounting to ?000, giving him a
fortune of 1228,000 in what may be regarded
?A ft Simple holiday excursion of five months.
HlA^nttBeat house waa at Rochester, which
yielded $2500, wblle his largest house gave
M?'I?OOQ, At the first Bale of tickets In Bos?
ton on November 18, Mr. Dolby sat at the
pigeon hole thirteen consecutive hours, taking
in .'?12,000. Mr. Dickens was listened to ta
America by lu.ooo people.
Spotted short veils for ladies are no longer
fatnVTfahlo. Bracelets are now made to
twine around the arm, and require no elasp,
.nd vinaigrettes, made of dull gold, In the
iorm of a hunting horn, are worn suspended
to tbe belt. In the new style of halr-dresslng,
called toe Josephine, chignons are'entirely
tJrorhhftd. The hair Is drawn up from the
back of tb e head and plied on the top In thick
colls or braids, and loosely frizzled In front j
There-appears to bo a general tendency shown
in the prevailing styles to revive the fashion
of the pant ?kirts, snob aa were worn by our
grand-mothers, have appeared, narrow at the
bottom and gradually widening upwards,
?waists show a tendency towards being short'
.ned to the armpits. The bonnets of to-day
ara not unlike ihe species known as '-Klss-me
qtuokAj" Ja vogua a lew years ago; apiece of
Information opon hearing which a young lady
remarked she was surprised they should ever
have gon e oat of fashion.
-The Count de Ohambord has written a let- |
te to M. La Boohelle, a member ol the As?
sembly, ta which he says that France can only
^.^.?ved by a Monarchy, and protests against
th?establishment of a Republic, which would
be the commencement of social anarchy. The i
Count da Chambord donlee that any difference
sjxlsts between the party of violence, who
promise peace to men wblle declaring wari
against God, and those more prudent Individu- '
fda who obtain the same end by more covert I
means, He appeals to the energy of French,
men who really love their country, to counter?
act the weakness and timid compromising
conduct of others, and oppose a frank policy
to a policy of flottons and- lies. He deolares
that France, at heart, ls Catholic and Moh
ajrchlcal, and says: "We must guide France |
to the haven safely. Nothing can make me,
deviate from my path. I do not retract one j
word, nor regret a aingie act of mine; they]
Dave all been inspired by love for my country.
Let us have confidence in the mission of I
france. Europe and the Papacy have need
cf her, and an old Christian nation like ours I
cannot, theretore, perish."
-Thomas Sully, the patriarch of American
artists, died la Philadelphia on Tuesday morn- j
lng. Mr. Sully was for years known as the
leading painter of portraits ?T America, the
grace and delicacy of his stylo making him
particularly fortunate In female portraiture.
Even the loveliest took added loveliness from
his bruen, and pencil, and maid or o ' -on,
youth and age alike, grew Into a fuller life
upon the canvas, inspired by his genius.
Among bis beat known pictures are Cooke, as
Richard III; -Urs. Wood, as Amina, and por-:
traits of Bishop White, Fanny Kemble and
Charles Kemble. He also painted Thomas
Jefferson, for Weat Point; Commodore Deca?
tur, for the City o? New York; Lafayette, for
Independence Hall; Charles Carroll, tor
his descendants in Baltimore; Queen
Victoria, for the St. George Society;
besides nearly all the leading men of bis
time. Hr. Solly, who waa born in England,
esme to this country when a lad ninejeari
old, In 1792. He began the study of painting
at a very early age, and in 1803 established
himself as an artist lo iii ch mond, Va., whence,
shortly afterwards, he removed to New York.
After a short r?sidence there, he went to Phil?
adelphia, where he spent the rest of his long
Hie. In private life he belonged to the old,
courtly school ot gentlemen, and led a blame?
less existence, surrounded by bis family, bis
friends, his books and bis pictures. During
bis late illness be had tbe constant attention
of bis gallant (ind accomplished son, General
Sully, or the United StateB army, and o? hie
two daughters, Mrs. W. H. W. Darby and Miss
Blanche Sully. His own works will remain aa
bis best and most fitting monument.
Tbe Canien atlvti and the Moses Ad?
The newly elected Republican officials,
take their seats upon the meeting of the
General Assembly, on the fourth Tuesday in
the present month. They remain In office
two years, and the majority of the tax?
payers, who wisely declined to countenance
the fanatical Bolters, now look to the Regu?
lar Republicans for the measures of re
I frenchment which alone can Save the State
The new administration will go into
office solemnly pledged to reduce the cost
of the government, to suspend the payment
of interest upon tbe fraudulent debt, to re?
ject any unjust and invalid claim, and to
repeal the obnoxious license law. They vol?
untarily bound themselves to take this
course, and Conservatives and Republicans
alike expect them to scrnpulonsly keep the
letter and spirit of their promise. Let them
do this, and they will receive the praise and
the thanks of tbe people.
Bat the conservative citizens must be cir?
cumspect. The rural press, speaking for
their constituents, assure the new adminis?
tration that they will be jndged by what
they do in the future, and not by what they
have done in the past. Bye-gones will be
tjye-gones, as long as the successful Repub?
licans act honestly and in good faith. This
Is both wise and generous. The taxpayers
cannot afford to thrust aside any helping
hand which is extended to them. It is
clearly to their interest to deal gently with
the new administration-to give them credit
for good Intentions, at least until they have
proved, by their official conduct, that their
fine words are insincere. Governor Moses
and bis colleagues-bave a thorny pa th to
tread. They cannot expect, ? in inaugurating
reformatory measnree, to receive the sup?
port of ali the members of their party.
And the more radical the reforms they pro*
pose, tbe greater will be -the difficulty of
carrying them into effect." Expose 'tba ad?
ministration to a Conservative fire in the
rear, while a band of corrupt demagogues
assail them in front, and they mast break
down or abandon the fight in despair. This
renders it so imperative that they always be
encouraged and sustained, la all proper
measures, by the Intelligence and property
of the State.
THE NEWS ls not blind to the former
short-cominga of some of the prominent
members of the Moses government, bnt it is
convinced that more is to be gained by
moderation and by judicious praise than by
any of the violent means of redress which
have from time to time been proposed. Let
the new administration be satisfied that
when they are in the right they will receive
seme practical support, and that when they
are in the wrong the impropriety and folly
of their proposais will be impartially pointed
out., and they will have every incentive to:
fulfil their pledges and to persevere in well?
doing. This is the simple and sensible
policy which THE NEWS hopes to see
adopted by tho Conservative citizens of the
Governor Perry's Letter.
The letter of Ex-Governor Perry,.printed
In THE NEWS ii week or more ago, is sharply
commented or by the interior press. The
Sumter News rather likes it, pats the writer
on the back, concurs fully in the recom?
mendation that the taxpayers refuse to pay
the tax levy for interest on the debt and
to liquidate the Blue Ridge scrip, and- fully
endorses Governor Perry's. recommendation
that the whites re?ase to employ, br to rent
lands to, any persons who vote against them.
Inconcluaiou our Sumter contemporary
says: "We will be Tree menor dead men."
This is begging the question-the dead are
free. The Marlon Crescent respects Gov?
ernor Perry's opinions, but thinks his advice,
in reference to the manner of influencing
votes, ls "unfortunate and impracticable."
Tbe Camden Journal says the letter is
written "In good spirit," bat thinks Gover?
nor Perry's voting policy is contrary to law,
and inexpedient. The Rock Bill Lantern
disapproves of Governor Perry's propositlor.
It hopes that partial relief may be obtained
without resort to so perilous and difficult a
measure, bat when ail hope of relief from
other sources bas vanished "expediency
"will not be permitted to stand in the way."
The York vi ile Enquirer says that the greater
part of the letter is "querulous in tone,
childish, and in very bad taste," and Gov?
ernor Perry's plan of proposing to require
employed persona to vote as the employer
may dictate is "wrong in principle, imprac?
ticable and In violation of both State and
"Federal laws." The Chester Reporter
suggests that the white people did not turn
ont at the polls because they were not fa?
vorable to Mr. Perry's election. It unquali?
fiedly condemns the scheme for voting by
contract, which it looks upon as a violation
of faith and a glaring inconsistency ; . 'to at
"tempt what Governor Perry advises would
"bring down upon us a reign of military
"terror, to which all the oppressions and in?
dignities we have already Burler ed would
"be ebild's play." '
Yes I Bat Governor Perry ls frank and in
tamest, which is moje than can be said of
?me of his critics.
Tho Propos?t! Fair at Charleston.
The proposition before the State Agricul?
tural and Mechanical Society to inaugurate
an annual fair at Ch aries ton, in addition to
the one given each year at Columbia, comes
at an opportune time, and should not be
allowed to be abandoned. The city of
Charleston is making rapid strides toward
rehabilitation, and now affords facilities for
the holding of a first-class annual exposi?
tion of art and industry equalled by but few
Southern cities, and excelled by none, with
the exception, probably, of New Orleans.
It is the natural and actual commercial
centre of the Southeastern States, and, with
jost enough assistance from the citizens to
set the enterprise in motion, it is certain that
a fair could be established here which would
from the start outstrip all competition. In
the important matter of thoroughbred and
other stock we have received assurances
from dealers here, who are in intimate busi?
ness relations with Kentucky and other
horse-raising States, that the horsemen of
those sections are eager to hear of the es?
tablishment of a fair at Charleston, and
stand ready to send larger and finer lots of
animals than they aie sending to any other
exhibition, for the purpose of making Buch
a fair successful. Other departments of in?
dustry stand equally ready to contribute
their valuable assistance, and are only
awaiting an opportunity to prove the neces?
sity for such an enterprise. It is understood
tbat the State Society has determined to
give an exhibition at Charleston during the
month of May next. This is a good start,
and now let the citizens of Charleston unite
to develop this exhibition into the propor?
tions of a first-class fair, and the spring of
1873 will mark the inauguration of the most
successful enterprise of the kind in the cot?
A special dispatch to THE NEWS gives the
information that twenty alleged Ku-KInx
have been indicted by the grand jury of Tork
County. This is the proper mode of pro?
cedure. The accused will have a fair trial,
and if they are fonnd guilty will be punished
aa they deserva There is no good reason
why the United States authorities Bhould be
called in to try these offenders; and an ar?
raignment in the State courts, while answer?
ing all the ends of justice, is free from the
manifold objections to the eternal interfer?
ence of the Federal Government with the
affairs of the States.
A Worthy Petition.
At the recent term of the Circuit Court for
Chester County, the Grand Jury addressed
the subjoined communication to the presid?
ing Judge, T. J. Mackey. The document is
signed by fifteen of the Grand Jury, ten of
whom are white men, and five colored. It
I ls hoped that this petition will receivo the j
I favorable consideration of the Government.
To his Honor T. J. Mackey, Judge of the Sixth
Circuit of South Carolina :
The Grand Jury, before closing their labors
for the year, desire and beg leave of this hon?
orable court to appeal moBt earnestly and re?
spectfully to his Excellency, the President of
the United States, to.grant a pardon to such
citizens ot this county who are now in prison
abroad under sentence ol violating the En?
forcement Act of Congress, nnd to accord
amnesty to those heretofore charged or now
chargeable with having violated said act in
the years 1870-1871, except in cases ol persons
[ charged with the crime of murder, incident to
their violation of said act, If any such there be.
The Grand Jury are sensible tbat in making
this appeal they are passing beyond the sphere
of their prescribed duties, but they trust that
they will not be deemed intrusive for exhibit- j
lng In this, the only mode available to them,
their deep Interest in a matter that Involves
the personal and material interests of possibly
a very large number of their fellow-citizens.
Tbe Grand Jury forbear comment on the
causes that tended to Incite the armed violence
whloh manifested itself In this county-hap-1
plly, however, but on one occasion- in March,
They do not Intend to Justify or excuse any
infraction of the laws of the land, or any i ova
elons of tbe rights of the humblest citizen,
believing that tbe courts are adequate to rem?
edy all wrongs eltber to person or property,
and that the safety of the citizen and the wei- J
fare of the community rests upon a rigid obe-j
dience to the laws, both State and Federal.
The undersigned members of the Grand
Jury, holding themselves loyal citizens of the
United States, while they thus Invoke the
timely and merciful exercise of Executive
clemency, have no hesitation In saying that J
henceforth the good people of the county will
actively exert the m sel vee, whee ever necessary
for the maintenance of peace and order, and
the supremacy of law In thia oounty; and
especially to secure to every citizen the free,
safe and unquestioned exercise of bis political
rights and privileges whenever the same shall
The Grand Jury therefore respectfully ask
that your Honor will endorse this appeal, and
transmit it to his Excellency the President of |
the United States, through his Excellency tbe
Governor of South Carolina, whose kind offices
In furtherance of its object are hereby most
Miss Susan B. Anthony can no longer be
counted in the category of unprotected fe?
males. That lady has voted. The event took
place in Rochester, where she repaired to the
polls, accompanied by eight other females like
unto herself, and deposited a ballot for "that
"man" Grant. She had previously been reg?
istered, having made application therefor in
so determined a manner that the registrar]
became immediately "mindful of his obliga?
tion to the women," and "viewed her desire
"for admission to a wide field of usefulness
"with respectful consideration." This some?
what notable extension of tbe right ol suffrage
would, we presume, be demurred to by lew
were it not for the fear that the redoubtable |
Susan will now find her chiefest and pleasant?
est occupation irrevocably gone. She Is now
an American citizen, and is entitled to full
enjoyment of all the privileges incident to
tbat class of the human family. She can
never again electrify her audiences with
appeals for permission to challenge and
be challenged at the polls. Everything that
she has asked has been granted her, and
tlie dearest wish of her heart has been
gratified. What further opportunity, then,
will she have for indulging in eloquent Jere- j
mlads and charming-lhe ears of rapt Ly?
ceums? Her mission ls accomplished, her
ballot ls cast, and verily she has her reward.
^-SEND TO B. P. HALL ft CO.,
Nashua, N. H., Proprietor of HALL'S VEGETA?
BLE SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER, for a copy of
their Treatise on the Hair, A valuable little book,
ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH.-AN
Adjourned Meeting of the congregation of
thia cnn ron will be held on MONDAY AFTERNOON,
nth instant, at 6 o'olock, at the Ohnrch.
novfM 0. WILLIMAR, Secrntary.
WANTED, A. WHITE CHAMBER AND
Houae-mald. Apply at Ne. 23 Broad atreet.
WANTED TO BENT, A SMALL
Dwelling House, or fonr or fire rooms.
Addreaa "0," at Saws office._novO-l?
WANTED, A COLORED BOT TO AT?
TEND abont a house and make himself
generally useful. Recommendations required.
Apply at the office ot the Phoenix Iron worka,
-TJCT ANTED. A GOOD COOK, MALE
YY preferred. Apply nortbeaat corner Rad
I eliffeand Kntledge arreeta._nov8
WANTED TO PURCHASE, A HOUSE
with fonr rooms, kitchen, good lot, cis?
tern, Ac. Will pay one-third oasb, and balance
in monthly or quarterly instalments, with inter?
est. Addreaa T. s., through this office, stating
lenna, location, Ac._noys
WANTED, A WOMAN, WHITE OR
colored, to cook and wash for a small
family. Must come recommended. Inquire at
No. 162 Wentworth street, between Lynch and
WANTED TO PURCHASE, A VACANT
LOT. Western or central portion of city
preferred. Address "Phoenix," NEWS office, stat
fog price, location, Ac._nov7
AYOUNG LADY, WHO CAN TEACH
the English Branches, Latin and Maslc, ls
very desirous of obtain lng a situation as teacher
in a private family. Address ' L. A. T.," Box No.
64, Bsnnettavllle, B. 0._oct28-12
GENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER
SPIRITS OF THE WORLD, THE TREAS?
URE HOUSE OF AMERICA. THE GREAT BOOK
OF THE YEAR. Agents report sales of 26 to 100 I
copies m a few hours or days. Prospectus free.
Address J. W. QOODSPEED, New York, Chicago,
Cincinnati, Sr. Louts, New Orleans.
FOR SALE, SLOOP^^
suitable for freighting, trading or as a
Sleasure Yacht. Apply to A. 0. MCGILLIVRAY,
io. 27% Broad street._nove 1*
MULES AND HORSES AT R. OAK
MAR'S Stable, No, 86 Ohnrch street. Plan?
tation, Timber, Uart and Dray MULBS for sale on
FOR SALE AT No. 339 KING STREET,
a handsome White Marble (Moore's Patent)
SODA STAND, in complete running order, Includ?
ing a Twelve-Gallon Fountain-will be sold very
cheep. Apply Boon, ir you want a bargain.
FOB BALE, ONE LEVER PRESS,
Buitablefor au kind of Un work. Weight
376 pouuds; opening on bed SX by ax inch, new.
Addreaa Lox Box No. 1, Spartanbnrg, S. U.
KENTUCKY SALE STABLES, No. 89
CHURCH STREET.-MULES, MAB ES,
UuKSE.i, for sale on Time. Call and examine
them. OHAS. D. McOOY._nov6-6*
FOR SALE, A GOOD DRAFT HORSE,
one good spring wagon and.on? dray. No.
Bi Market atreet._nov6-6?
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND LOT.-FOR SALE
LOT next west of M. P. O'Connor, Esq., four j
minutes' walk from Ferry. Apply at No. 14 Eliza
FOR SALE OR RENT, 2300 ACRES OF J
PINES, original growth, on Cooper Blver,
St for Turpentine, Lumber, Wood. Apply at No.
417 King street._nov7-thstnfl?
PERSONS WISHING TO PURCHASE
Horses or Mules will And lt to their advan?
tage to call at HOGAN A co.s STABLKS, NO. 606
Sing street, before purchasing elsewhere.
FOR SALE, TWO HORSE POWERS IN
good order. A Twenty-flve-Horse Engine,
with wrought iron Shafts and Water Wheel
Flanges, suitable for astern wheel steamer. Also,
a Four-Horse Engine. Will be sold at reasonable
prices. Also, a variety or well got up Wheel?
wright Work. Apply to A. MoLEISH, No. 4 Cum?
berland street, between State and East Bay
WPRESTON DOWLING, FACTOR
. and commission Merchant, No. 9 Boyce's
Wiiarr, Charleston, S. 0., haa a few of the Cele
bruten Wright A Warnock's Horse Powor ready
BOOMS TO R ENTT^D^SIRARLE
Rooms at No. IB Rutledge avenue. Apply
at tne premises._novo-awa*
TO RENT, TWO STOREHOUSES AND
Dwellings, in the Town of Florence, S. c.,
Main atreet, opposite Freight Depot, formerly oc?
cupied by A. W. Loy us. Address F. M. R, Flo
renee, S. c._nova-14?
TO RENT, FINE BBICK RESIDENCE,
Elizabeth atreet, one door south of Char?
lotte. R. M. MAI,SU A LL A BRO., Broilers,
novfl-wiba3_- No. tj Broad atreet.
TO RENT, THAT ELEGANT NEW
STORE, No. 410 King street, next to corner
Burna lane. To an approved tenant they will be
rented low. Apply to FOKSYTHE, McUOMB A
CO., corner Klug street and Burna lane,
FOR RENT, THAT DES LR ARLE RE8I
DENCEatthe southeast corner of Meeting
and Charlotte streets. A fine cistern and ample
servants' accommodations on the premiara. Apply
to CHAS. J. OOLOOUK, North Atlantic wharf.
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE,
No. 394 King street, recently occupied by
FOHSYTHE, MCCOMB A CO. The atorc ls neatly
shelved, and with Counters and Gaa Fixtures wul
be rented low to an approved tenant. Apply to
FORsYTHE, MoOOMB A CO., corner King street
and Burns lana_octl-tnths
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND COM?
MODIOUS Building. No 140 East Bay, re?
cently ocoupled as the Publication Office of TBS
NEWS, and formerly known aa the French Cooee
House. For terms, Ac, applv at the office of
TUB NBWS, NO. 19 Broad street._sepas
mo RENT, THAT LARGE AND DE
J. SI KABLE RESIDENCE No. 9 King Street,
recently finished, suitable for one or two respect
ante families, having all tho necessary outbuild?
ings lor the accommodation of the same. There
ls on the premises one or the largest cisterna and
ono or the best wells of water in tho city. Apply
on the premises. sep24
OUT Board, to Gentlemen, at No. 208 Meet?
ing street, corder of Society._nov&-6?
SOUTHERNERS VISITING THE NORTH
can obtain first-class Board at No. o West
TA cn ty-ninth street, New York, four doors from
Ollsey House, and in the neighborhood of nine of I
the principal hotels. Terms $14 per week. Tran?
sient Boarders taken. oct28 Imo
9lgnmUs?, ^ortiruUnri, fit.
We tho undersigned beg to return our sincere
thanks to our friends and the public in the past
for their patronage. We beg a continuance or i he
some in tne future. We have for sale
One thousand ROSES
One hundred Grape Vines
And a large stock of Evergreens.
Gardens ?aid out to Insure satisfaction.
WALTER WEBB, SR.,
WALTER WEBB, JR.,
novl-sthS_No. 40 King atreet.
JpiRUlT TREES, SMALL FRUITS,
ORNAMENTAL TREES AND PLANTS, OHOIOB
GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS, Ac.
A splendid stock of the choicest varieties.
Send for descriptive Catalogne and price list.
All Trees well packed so as to carry safely to
any part of the United State*.
SMALL FRUITS AND SMALL PLANTS,
of all kinds, sent by mall, postage paid, to any
poatofflce in the United States.
EDWARD J. EVANS A CO.,
Nurserymen and Seedsmen,
PERJEN JE In repairing Weighing Scales of
every description, would solicit public patronage
lu reference to said work.
References: Mr. B. O'Neill, Wholesale Grocer
No. 189 East Bay: Mesara. H. Blachoff A Co.,Whole
Bale Grocera, East Bay: Mr. Thomas A. Baynard
Public Adjuster or Weights and Measures. '
Na 4 Cumberland street,
ocK-amos charleston, s. c.
^CADEM? OF MUSIO
THREE NIGHTS ONLY OF THE EMINENT
ARTISTS, ; | '.
BOSE AND H ABUT WATKINS,
with a splendid Gorps of Dramatic Artists.
MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER UTE,
Washington Irvine's World-Renowned Romance,
BIP VAN WINKLE,
OR TBE SLEEP OF T 57ENTY YE ABS.
Rip Yan Winkle.HARRY WATKINS
Other characters by the Company, Including
Messrs. G. W. Reed, M. J.Jordan, W. M.Pani, J.
L. Mason, Ike Lewis, B. Flanagan, E. Nagle, s
Boothley, R. Hilton, Miss Susie Parker, Miss Jane
Carson, Miss H. E. Stewart, ana the Ohlld Actress,
LILTLE AMY LEE.
Ad m la alon to Orchestra and Dress Gir?le $1.
Reserved Seats 26 cents extra. Family Circle 60
cents. Gallery 26 cents.
Box Office now open. nove 2
POSITIVELY THREE NIGHTS ONLY.
- NOVEMBER 12, 13, 14.
Jnst returned from Europe,
ANDERSON, The Illusionist,
Astlsted ky Misses LEONA and COLUMBIA
ANDERSON. Also Yoong America, Pror. SCHU?
BERT, Eminent Pianist and Composer, (from
Nlllson's Opera Troupe.)
One hundred beautiful and costly presents to
be distributed among the iiudlence each perform?
Admission 60 cents. Beserved Seats 76 cents.
To be had at the Hall.
Doors open at 7. Commence at 8 o'clock.
-piBST ANNUAL GRAND BALL
1BIBH VOLUNTEER BIFLE CLUB,
MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBEB UTE,
AT HALF-PA ST 8 P. M.
Gen. JAMKS CONNER, Bon. A. G. MAGRATH,
Gol. W. Jajhtmrnouf, H un. M. P. O'CONNOR,
Maj. G. Aro BUIST, B. 0'Nsn.L. Esq.,
Capt W.A.COURTXNAT, P. J. CoooAN, Esq.,
Capt JAS. M. CARSON, A. ST. AM AND, Esq.,
capt. F. W. DAWSON, JDDN F. O'NBILL, Esq.,
Capt: E. F. SwifOAN, JOBN F. TAYLOR, Esq.,
Capt T. O'BRIEN, !'. WALSH, Esq.,
J. B. DSVIBXDT, Esq., V. S. O'BRISK, Esq.,
H. FERGUSON, Esq., i AMES Ki i LET, Esq.,
JOHN KINNY, Esq., JAMBS COSOROVB, Esq.,
JOHN CONROY, Esq., WM. MEAGHBR, Esq.,
j. F. SLATTERY, Esq., IL HOGAN, Esq,
P. BRAOY, Esq., WM. BYRNE, Esq.,
JAMBS QUALB, Esq., Ii. CALLAGHAN, Esq.,
Geo. ADDISON, Esq., W. H. CHAFES, Esq.,
ALXX. MOLOY, Esq., BL 0. BARXLBY, Esq.,
E. M. TROTH, Esq., U.L.P. MCCORMICK, Esq.
JUNIOR MA NAGERS.
Vlce-Pres. P. FOGARTY, J. F. LYONS,
Vlce-Pres. T. E. HOGAN, kL J. LYNCH,
VlcePres. D. W. BRWIN, T. CRONAN,
J. J. MCMANUS, JOHN O'CONNELL.
Members of the various Rifle Clubs are request?
ed to attend In uniform. oct2S-sfmsni6
lu. AND DAY SCHOOL for young ladles and
children will continue its Exercises at No. 30 so?
ciety street. Boys under ten years of age re
cclvcd In Primary Department._nov9-2+
MARY ANN B?I2 INSTITUTE, ON
He lah ts or Aiken, S. 0. General G.. J.
RAINS, Professor aud Lei tnrer. For terms apply
to MlBSM. A. BUIE,
oct26 Principal or Institute. Aiken. S. 0.
Joint Stock Company.
O^FF?OIA1[7~BAFFIE NUMBERS OF
TUE CHARLESTON JOINT &TOCK COM?
PANY for the beneflt of tho State Orphan Asylum.
CLASS No. 241-FRIDA r MORNING, HOV. 8.
CLASS NO 242-FR IDA Y EVENING. NOV. 8.
novo-1 A. MOROSO, Sworu Oommataioner.
Olouarincriljino and flhsfointion*
T>^RBE^FT?ur^ ? HENRY
ls dissolved this dar by the death of the late
FRANOIS J. PORCHER and Its own limitation.
C. W. H KN i LY, surviving Pariner.
The undersigned have -this day formed a Co?
partnership nnder the Arin of HENRY A LEWIS,
for the purpose of transi ctlng a Brokerage busi?
ness in Upland, Sea lelan 1 Cotton and Bice.
0. W. HENRY,
November otb, 1872. J. W. LEWIS, JR.
WE THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS
day formed a oytartnersblp, nnder the
name and style or COUNTS A WROTON, for the
purpose of carry lug on t ie Cotton Factorage and
ueueral Commission Bn tineas. Office South At*
lantlc Wharf, Exchange : low.
T. J. COUNTS,
, . W. H. WROTON.
Charleston, October 16.1872, octlB-lmo
irrnit?, Conicctitmirg, &t.
j^a~84~^Q^E~E N~ S T1TEHET\
GRAND OPENING OF
CHOICE FRUITS, JELLIES, ?a.,
TWENTY-FIVE PER OBST. LESS THAN ELSE?
Don't fall to go and see for yourselves, for see?
ing is believing, at
G. W. BELL'S, NO. 81 QUEEN STREET.
Hazel, Brazil, Pecan, Walnuts, Almonds and
Raisins, freau from Steamer.
All varieties of fresh Fruit will be kept con?
stantly on hand. Na 84 QUEEN STREET.
Y IRE rN s irRXjToin
THE NORTH BRITISITAND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHOENIX INSl-RANCE COMPANY,
OP HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,828 74.
The undersigned, having increased tc cir INSUR?
ANCE facilities by the Agency of that strong and
reliable American comp any, the PHGSNLA, of
Hartford, are now enabV.'d to offer to merchants
and property owners Pol clea in the above named
Companies at as low rates aa any other flrstclass
Companies. IL SUBBING A CO.,
sep6-3mos No. 14 Broad street.
fHiUinetTj, Strain ?OOHS, 49t.
No. SA4 EH G STREET.
Mrs. M. J. ZBRNOW would ree pee; fully an?
nounce to the public that she will open THIS PAY, I
October 17th, a full line of MILLINERY AND
FANCY GOODS, HojpBkl -ts, Bustles, Kid Gloves.
Ladies' and Children's Under Garments, Wrap?
pers, Sacks, Furs, Ac Bress and Cloak Making
attended to as usual.
Sole agent for M'me Demorest's PAPER PAT- j
TERNS. Country order;; will receive prompt at?
Settling f ,tttct)ines.
.WHEELER ? WILSON
SIL EN f
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
Weare now selling these superior MACHINES
on Ten Dollar monthly piyments. -
Adjusting and Repairing done promtly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANUF'O CO.,
aprMyr No. soe King street.
J? N=N U AL. F.:A IE
AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL -
ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA,
* mu com mc nco at their Fair Ground*, at Sevan
nan, Georgia, MOND?T, December 2d, 1878, and
continue Six Days.
.- . . 11
The Central Railroad passes by the Grounds.
No fee will be charged for Entering or Exhibit-1
For Premium Lists or information, address
J. H. ESTHiL, Secretary,
oct28-lmo Savannah, Georgia.
tirage at ?D?jojxsale.
O WTET M OIS-B ADA vTs
IMPORTERS, MA* U FACTURE H S AND
WHOLESALE J) I, ?G GISTS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Offer with confluence to the Public the following
VALUABLE PREPARATIONS, Of Which
they are Proprietors:
; SUMTER BITTERS.
What this great Southern Tonio will do mast bo
gathered from what lt bas done. The case of
dyspepsia, or any other form of Indigestion, In
which lt bas been persistently administered with?
out effecting a radical caranta yet to be heard
from; and the same may be said or bilious dlsor
dem intermittent rever, nervosa affections, gen?
eral debility, constipation, sick-headache, mental
disabilities to which the feeble are so subject. It
purines aU the fluids of the body, including the
blood, and the gentle stimulants which lt Imparts
to the nervous system 1) not succeeded ny the
slightest reaction. This ls a chapter or facts
which readers, for their own sakes, should mark
A LINIMENT FOR VAN AND BKAST I
This article hu gained a wen-deserved reputa?
tion, wherever lt has teen used, aa an external
remedy, and hundreds or our nest citizens testify
to Ita good qua)h lea on man and beast. Used once
lt becomes a family comfort and necessity.
MOISE'S LITER PILLS,
For the core or Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint
Dyspepsia and Slck-Hoadaoho, and as a Oathar- '
tic and Antl-B?ioua Pill have no superior.
These Pula possess that peculiar power ot in?
vigorating the stomach, and stimulating the
liver and torpid bowels, which render them of
j unequalled efficacy In cleansing from tho blood
all impurities, and imparting new lire and vigor
to the whole system. Th y are entirely vegetable
and perfectly safe. '
DR. YON GLAHNN'S ROT AL ORTJWN SOHNAPPS,
An unequalled autl-dyapeptlc, tonic, nervine and
This world-renowned Tonic ia prepared under
the personal supervision of Dr. Von G lah an, of
Amsterdam, Holland, and has been pronounced
by the best German physicians to c-'e pure and
free /rom adulteration, anti by them have been
recommended for .the lollowing painful com
Plaints: Diseases of the Bladder, Kidneys and
Unary organs. Female Complaints, Collo, Im?
perfect Digestion /Gravel, Chronic Diarrhoea,
Dropsy, ned all diseases of the Stomach.
MOISES'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS
Are warranted ti cure In every case, or the
They contain no arsenic or poisonous Ingredl
I enta of any kind-nothing la tue least degree in
I jurions to the system nuder any circumstances
and may be admioistered with perfect safety tc
I an Infant.
They never rall to cure the most obstinate case
when taken as directed.
They onre immediately, in no case will thc
patient have more than one chm alter the Ural
dose, and m the majority of cases not even that
They accomplish the wotk by destroying thc
cause or dliease, which no other remedy pretends
They are an effectuai preventive, neutralizing
the malarious poison in the system, and thu;
j averting Hs cons?quences. novO-ath
N"^OTTCE. -THREE MONTB?T APTEB
date application will be made to the Booti
carolina Kail road Company for the renewal- ol
Certificate for SIX Shares Sooth Carolina Rail?
road and Bank Stock standing In the name or W,
V. SONDLET. the original being lost or mislaid.
nove-lama?_. - , ?. :. , , '
FINAL NOTICE-ESTATE OP M88. E.
B. WILKINS.-On the 2d day of December
next, at ll o'clock A. M., the undersigned will
apply Co QEOKOE J3UIST, Esq., Judge or Probate
for charleston county, lnr letters dlamiaaory to
him aa Executor or above Eaiaie.
October SO, 1872. .MARTIN L. WILKINS,
}jJl]otograpt)G. Portrait?, <vc.
T. S O U DER,
No. 203 KING STREET,
Invites attention to his various de?
scriptions of Portraiture:
Piala Photographs of all sises
India lok and Painted Photographs,
Crayons and Porcelains.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
FRAMES, PASSE PARTO UTS, Ac
Always on hand, and at
No, MO KINO STB EET.
NEW CATALOGUE No. 29. .
TWO VALUABLE AND INTERESTING BOOKS TC
BE PUBLISHED BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLY.
No. I.-"TBS UNIVERS3,'*
Or the infinitely Great and the Infinitely Little
By F. A. Poachet, IC. D., corresponding membei
ol the Instituteur France; Director or the Museum
of Natural B(story at Rouen; Professor tn th?
School of Medicine and the upper School ol
Science, Ac., Ac. ...
New and improved edition, embodying the au?
thor's latest r?visions, with an introduction bj
Arnold Guyot, Ph. D., LL. D., Professor of Geol?
ogy and Physical Geography, in Nassau Hall,
Princeton, N. J. The work embraces "The Uni?
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treating of animals, plants, the earth apd heaven,
overflowing with invaluable Information, while lt
reads like a fairy tale. It will be brough t out re?
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illustrated' with three hundred and fifty superb
In size lt will be a super-royal octavo vol?me
of over Eight Hundred Pages, and bound as fol?
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Moroco cloth, bevelled boards, gilt edges_$ 8
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The work ls sold exclusively by subscription,
and will be delivered to subscribers only at the
SCRIBNER, ARMSTRONG A CO,
An authorized Canvasser will call upon the citi?
zens. Subscriptions received At FOG ARTIE'S
Book Depository, Special Agency for the State,
where a specimen copy can be seen.
NO. IL-"STANLEY'S EXPEDITION IN SlABCH OF
Specimen copies ol thia highly interesting book
will be ready about the 20th instant.
FOG ARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 KING STREET (In the Bend,)
mchio-tntbs Charleston, 8. C
Physicians' Saddle Bogs
Physicians' Pocket Cases
For sale by DB. H. BABR,
No. 181 Meeting street.
loofapoundis^^^ Batted Prima a
^t^vo^a?%\^9il^A Dry Silted Prime
? Shoulders 4.
25 casta Uncanvaased Hains. . ?J
On consignment, in Store and to arnre. eos
sale at reduced rates by .""..
noy9-a . . - BBRHABPCrWBEP
?<0?L! GOAL! COAL !
Red Ash GOAL-Egg andStove- sises; Can bar
lana coal for Parlor ar>d Smiths' pulposas. Io
yard and for sale at lowest market rates, br v -
E.P. 8WEEOAN, Agent,
novo-2 : v.-. . -..v. >. Central Wharf.
Q A;TS ! O ATS! O ATS I
10,000 bushels Heavy Western Feeding OATS, lu '
Store and ta arrive. ,- -.? . -
For sale by HERMANN B u L WINKLE, . ,
nov8-lmo . .' '. gOT'swnarf/
QOAL, CHOICE; oq?L?-axi/,.1
300 tons lied Ash. Egg sad store obit, land
lngand for sale low by - war. JOHNSON,
nov8-8 , _ Bast end Laurens strjyt,. ^
g E E D 6 BA IN.' $M
WINTER SEED WHEAT, $2 76per bushel
Bed Seed Wheat, $3 so per bushel
RUBI and Smut Proof Oat?, SI BO per bushel .
Bed Rust Proof Oats, Si 6? per bushel
Black Prince Edward's Island Oats, $1 per basie!
Southern SeedRye, $160 per bushel
Southern seed Barley, $4 ?es per husbel. ?
For sale by J. 0. MATHEWSON. ; ^
General Commission Merchant,
nov7-3* Auauata, QeoraU.
WITT* *\ * ?av?-*
JJAUL B. LALANE * CQ,? M
'. No. 175'EAST BAT, : . '
OFFZB TO THB Tains IT LOWS ST MAU rr RATES: ;
10 h nd e. 0. R. Bacon SIDES ' *'
17 hbde. Choice Bacon .shoulders 1 ? r.
60 boxes D. S. Choice tildes * .
loo boxes Canned Tomatoes, 2 and 8 lbs!
100 bore* Can neu Peaches, 2 lbs.
ISO boxes Canned Oysters, 1 and 2 lt s. ?> -*,i ..
. 60 noxes Brandy Peaches . - -
loo boxes American Club Fish ;
76 boxes assorted Jellies . X~ ?
160 boxes Bl par. s^M, j< and Sfbohj^pack.,
75 kegs Bi Oar. Soda i ' i
so kegs Sal soda
170 doz. assorted Brooms
160 dor. Painted Buckets?????. ./. ^'??.
' 76 nests Painted Tabs, .?,-. - - ~,
160 bbla. aa and Choice Syrup '-'
75 bbis. w. w. and Older Vmegar
ito bags Rio and Java Coffee r
: so boxes Tobacco, various brande '
cin* w??? AC. PHOLCE WEU5^?? Brandies,
Prompt attention wul be given to aTloO?nW
orders entrusted tons. . : *" r . !ui ^SSwr
^ A B T I N ^.H Q;^^.
I (Successors to late E. E. Bedford,)
WHOLESALE AND B ET A IL GB?GBB8,
NOS, 127 and 129 MEETING STREET;
Corner Harket street, Charleston, Sontfcbato^
Keep, on hand a well selected Stock of Choice
.Family Supplies. '> . i/ i:t<H*. VS
Country orders respect fully solicited. No-charce ?.
for packing, and goods delivered free of charge
to any part of the city; Railroad Depot? and
steamers. . . x.,?? .j ?fl '
w. H. WBXCH-FLUKTWOOD LIKNBIC-h. Bison,
. OCt24-DA08mOS . ....... ,-._.r., . . .-'".l-^it:
OF THE ALLSPICE.
. . i. .
Indus uterque serrlst uni.
The greatest natural Tonic in tba,
most : certs in.. cnn for Dyspepsia,.!
biarrots*, Cholera Infantum, Choiera
any other Derangement or the Stomach ?ri (
Highly endorsed hythe Medical Faculty of "the
North. It ls net au Alcoholic Compound, being
manufactured only from tte juice, of 'the (ripe
Auspice. Price $1 per Bottle.'
j Sole Proprietor,' G. Di C?RDOVi, .
; No. (12 winiam street, Kew. York.
Agents, MARTIN A MOOD,
"POOD FOE THE MILLION. .
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY ' OP THC AGE,
AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONELESS : ; ;
! YOUNG SHAD. , -^?.?sW
' The Cheapest and best Food in existence, 'in ?
whole, halves and quarter boxss. ' y..*
PAUL B. LALANE <fc CO., ' - ' > '-'\
No. 176 East Bay, Charleston, 8. O., 8ole Agents.1
? Liberal discount to the trade. .'. sepi?-3mos
: ?: . ?y; . ?.v.l.".;'!-',:.,-. .-i:.'.
t ? -y ' ?? ??? ..... ~~r&-?:?t$}?:
'.. , ...^...?g-.-j.U;?i-.ir;i.;1 '?
?^7" ILS O N'S GB60 BBI.
. WILSON'S GROCERY ls now offering ths?ost^
'carefully selected stock of LIQUORS to b?. focadJ
in this city. V.T. Sif-j^z.
'? fheyhaT? been^selected eapeciaiiy (or theil
medicinal quall?e?aad their purity .endorsed? by
the most eminent pbyilc>ni.6i;jnisi?B^ " .
Parties dadring a pure article" can ?away? JW (,
on ' Llqnors^sW irom this estsJnls^^^;
recommended." . t - .. it"
? AfuU supply of low grades on hsnd. 'i7^[,
Ho. 806 n?tftilseflfc--^
MW Address BOX HO. 888? : :?TiT . '
TT A L I B U ' Tr- F I N 87.
TONGUES AND SOUNDS. ?^^^S?^
TONQUES AND SOUNDS.
For sale low at WI^N^T0?ta?|??et." '
AR Gooda DehTered Prompttr. . ? > auMWV**.
CANNED PEACHES ! Oi-WiBJ
18? dosen 2 and 8 lb. CANNED PEACHES.' ''
For .a.?,ow? -^BOgSk.
aa-All Gooda delivered Dee.
CANNED TOMATOES! ^A?j^lT?l''
aTATOtt l_ .
TOO dOSSn 2:U> C^^TOS&v
. Forsaielowat ^^fj^l^:
MW AU Goods delivered free. ". ? j rd r--." 1
qYBTjPI 8 YB UP ! STB^Pi;
^ GOLDEN SYRUP, ^^jQ^r^^^H?t/, -!
' Na SOC King street
aa- All Goods delivered free. :_
BARGAINS IN TEAS, COFFEES,'"GRO
. OERIES AND PROVISIONS. : fW
Warranted to snit '?he palalana ^P^?? '
ofthemUllon. fiS^gM^ ? .
ayAIl Goods delivered free. , .
NEW CODFISH, PI?ELBP. SALM?N, ,
SPICED SALMON, #
. Extra No. 1MAGEEBKL
Mess Mackerel . . ?
43-Ail Gooda delivered free.
XTEW SMOKED BEEF, FRESH SMOKED ;
JN TONQUES^ NEW .HAMS; (SMALL ?mi !
X? . P1Q SHOULDERS. ;
Felton Market BEEF
Famfly Pu? Pork .
Smoked Pig Tongues .. j .
pickled Pigs' Feet. .
Pnr salelOW at- WILSONS' OK??BB1, .<
Forsaieiow? Ne.8o?Klng8tTset. ;
ja- All Goods delivered free.
T>EEF, WINE AND IBON
BEEF. WINE, FRcSr AND OTNOH?NAV . '
These elegant and ??^^^?^al?Kg1S
are now getting into S^aeni^ ^^*^
cases ot delicate females and children. T^,m*J
be bad of Ha ?i Meetteg street.
A mu stock ef BSSia^JSL f*k%*&*
Pharmaceutical preparatloos always xep. on
hand. . . . * -.