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address RIORDAN, DAWSON * oo.,
No. 10 Broad street, Charleston, S. O.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1872.
BEWS OE TBE DAT.
-The seven female atudenta In the Univer?
sity of Vermont, at Burlington, are reported
aa holding their own very well, and folly equal
In scholarship to most of their classmatea of
the other sex.
-The cotton mills in the Southern States
now have one hundred and fifty thousand
eplndles in operation, and are paying from
ten to twenty per cent, dividends on capitals
ranging from $100,000 to $1,250,000.
-Ornicephadzymoels ls the expressive word
oolh?a to flt the affliction now being visited
upon the heads of the poultry. There are
other names for lr, such as the "henflewhen
-It la proposed to make all the steamers be?
longing to the Fire Department of New York
?eir-propeliin_. Is lt also proposed to keep
?team np all the time ? for if not, small Area
would become great conflagrations before
these self-propellers would reach the scene.
1 -The Newport, B. I., Mercury, known as
the oldest paper in the country, has changed
hands, having been purchased last week by
Mr. John P. Sanborn, late of the Newport
News. It was established In 1758 by Benja?
-Boston, or Its preBS, which ls generally
the mouthpiece of the people, tells the coun?
try very plainly that lt needs no help. The
Transcript speaks out boldly, and to the point.
It says the honest truth la that "the fire bas
caused no'aufferlog which the ordinary chari?
ties of the city are not able and only too will?
ing to remove. Were the case otherwise,
Boston would have nb foolish pride about re?
ceiving aid from Its warm-hearted and gener?
ous sister cities." "
-The business ot selling bogus medical
diplomas, so successful ly carried ou lc Phila?
delphia some years ago-has again revived.
So the city solicitor reports in a communica?
tion to the mayor. The traffic was scotched,
noy killed. The ob?rtera of the colleges sell?
ing their diplomas without matriculation were
repealed. No longer able to conduct their
operations In a quasi-legitimate manner in
America, they have flooded Germany and In
soma measure England, with their spurious
United Statu consul at Hamburg has taken
the,'matter Ia hand, and this nefarious trade
In _ murder-for it la nothing less-is to be
?topped, and the agents interested in carrying
lt on are, aa far as they can be reached, to be
'-i The last day B of roulette at Spa were ex?
citing In spite of the rain, which fell in tor
?'tna, the tables were crowded. The time of
oslug the bauk was advanced four hours, In
order to allow the crowd to become quiet. AB
the last minutes approached, like all eager
gamblers, tbe placers became silent. The
sound Qi the croupier's voice, and the soft fall
in, of'the cards, the shifting of uneasy feet,
and the click of the gold or the rustle ot the
crisp notes, were the only sounds heard. The
honra became minutes, and the play became
faster, but-still la silence. The man who re?
ceived the last franca won has become histori?
cal. His name is Jo u be rt, and he ls aa Inhabi?
tant of Spa. He will, therefore, have some?
thing to remember his fellow-citizens of the
gambling saloons by. During those last few
hoars the bank won five thousand dollars.
On the morrow It took Ita flin ht to the only
resting place ia Europe for lt-Monaco.
! -Tho notices of the evacuation of the
Trench territory by tbe German troops show
that, while rejoicing at the event, the inhab?
itants of the occupied provinces bad time,
also, to admire the -discipline and order of the
conquerors. Wheo Epernay, for Instance, was
evacuated, the raia tell heavily and the mud
waa ankle deep, yet the Prussians attended to
everything, gathered op the minutest scrap
belonging to the army, and packed their goods
ario* departed with a stolid Indifference to the
weather lt waa hard for the more impressible
French spectators to comprehend. The Prus?
sians bad constructed, near the hotel, a rude
Sn aa! um, where everyday, regularly, under
charge of a physician, the men practiced
vo hours. This, too, they carried away.
"Ail their personal property," says a French
correspondent, " was classified in such a man?
ner that an error was impossible, and some
minutes sufficed to prepare lt for the maroh."
So they left, and France may have "learned
from an enemy" the power ot order and strict
-Happily for Miss Susan B. Anthony's
peace of mind, she bas again suffered a griev?
ous outrage. Not long ago she presented her?
self before the registrar at Rochester, accom?
panied by eight other equally determined fe?
males, and demanded registration. The meek
official, awed by the sudden apparition, has?
tened to accord the boon which they craved;
and_ subsequently the fair bevy ol oewly
made citizens deposited Republican ballots lo
due form, and departed ia triumph. But
now a being bearing all the outward sem
blanceofa mao, and calling himself United
States Commissioner Starrs, has issued war?
ranta for the arrest of Miss Anthony and her
companlonB, oa charge or illegal voting; and
belog, as reputed, a hard-hearted person, and
one not to be beguiled by feminine blandish?
ments, he proposes to prosecute the case with
whatever vigor he may be endued withal.
Exactly how tbe proceeding will terminate
cannot be foretold; but the occasion will at
least furnish the persecuted Miss Susan with
an excellent subject for a lecture, and we may
expect her to thrill listening lyceums with
her indignant remonstrances throughout the
-As our 8olons in Columbia may like to
hear what the outside world thinks of our
senatorial cortest, we make the following ex?
tract from a Columbia telegram published in
the New York Tribune: "The contest for the
United States Benatorahip begins to be ani?
mated. Senator Sawyer is a cajdldate for re?
election, but bia chances are small. The
other candidates are Governor Scott, J. J,
Patterson, a successful speculator from Penn?
sylvania, and B. B. Elliott, the colored
Congressman, who has Just been re
elected, this time as a representa?
tive Iron the State at large. Elliott
relies upon his color. The blacks and mulat?
toes in the State Senate have a majority of
four over the whites, and in the House they
preponderate in the proportion of almost two
to one. Elliott and his supporters strongly
urge upon these celored members the impor?
tance of securing representation for their
race in the United StateB Senate. To counter?
act this appeal to race prejudice, Patterson
and Boott are understood to rely upon the in?
fluence of money, a power which has untor
tunately been omnipotent in the South Caro?
lina Legislature since the State waa recon?
structed. The chief Interest ot the contest
Hes in the fact that the result will probably
Bhow whether the preference of the colored
legislators for a man of their own race ls
strong enough to overcome their desire to
realize a profit from the disposal of their
About Back Rations.
It is given out that the incoming State
Administration intends that the taxes here?
after collected durlDg each fiscal year shall
be devoted exclusively to the payment of
the public expenses incurred durtog that
year. The vast number of honest and dis?
honest claims against the State, which the
extravagance, or worse, of the present Ad-1
ministration bas suffered to go unpaid and
accumulate, will, it is understood, have to
take their chance to be provided for by spe?
cific legislation. Many of these elalms, es?
pecially those based upon support volunta?
rily furnished to the charitable insulations
of Sooth Carolina, are of a character to de?
serve, and will donbtless receive, foll and
speedy recognition and settlement. But it
should be a matter or rejoicing to every
honest citizen that the whole mass of these
claims, good and bad, are once, at least, to
be subjected tb rigid scrutiny. Let swind?
ling creditors of the State look oat!
Che raw and Darlington Railroad.
At the annual meeting o? the Stockholders
of the Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
Company, held at Florence on the 19th In?
stant, a deni/e was manifested to connect |
the two offices of President and Superin?
tendent in one, whereupon Mr. A. F.
Bavenel, the President, and Mr. S. S. Solo?
mons, the Superintendent, resigned, and
Mr. B. D. Townsend was elected to fill the |
In a recent number of Harper's Weekly \
Nast gives as a picture of himself. A crowd
is seen in the back-ground rejoicing over I
Gram's election, while In front Nast is
discovered, portfolio ander arm, walking]
along with bowed bead and blabbering,
"lt is all very well for yon, but what am I\
"to do now ?"
This question, asked ia fan, may be an?
swered io earnest. Let him hereafter devote
his unquestionably great powers to the pro?
duction of good malead of bad feeling be?
tween the two sections of his country.
Having won a great victory, to which he
contributed as mach as any one man living,
his party can well afford henceforth to unite
love what lias been won by force. Such a
course would be politic as wise, for cruelty
to a prostrate foe debases the victor without J
adding a particle to the assurance of his J
success over the party conquered. Of this,
neither Nast nor G. W. Curtis needs a re?
minder, f.nd in the glow of present triumph j
it is quite probable that they will give at ?
least a momentary sway to their higher and
better impulses. Emotions are evanescent.
The warmth of exultation past, what better |
theme could employ the pen of the one and
the pencil of the other than the illustration
and enforcement of the Divine principle,
"Do tinto others as ye would be done by I"
There is another view, one which may not
appeal to a nature like that of Cartis, bat
can hardly fail to produce an impression
upon a character less cold and venomous.
Conscious of his strength, Nast need not
rely upon his employers or his party, but
upon himself. One would think that a man
so capable could but be weary of playing |
bull-dog for any remuneration whatsoever.
To be chained in Harper's kennel in order |
to be let loose at so mach per mooth upon
a people1, unable to defend themselves, to
worry them, tear them and even rend them
in pieces at the master's bidding, is a brutal
Nast should start his own paper. Free,
then, to attack abases in either party, to
denounce corruption and expose villany
wherever found, the continent would be his
field of battle and the continent would sus?
tain bim. Success would be certain. A
brave, strong man would be in his right
place-he would own himself while serving
We may add that this change would im?
prove Harper's Weekly, which, in attempt?
ing to unite Punch and the London Illustrat?
ed News, has produced a botch.
OUR correspondent, S. A. M., will have
seen, before this, that TEE NEWS soon dis?
covered the error into which it fell with re?
gard to the number of yearly tax levies
made since the war. This renders it un?
necessary to print his otherwise valuable
communication on that subject.
The South and the Election.
The following leading article from the New
Turk Nation la well worthy of an attentive
perusal. Its tone 1B cheering, and it ls a flt
rebuke to those petty politicians who spiteful?
ly Insist that the defeat of Mr. Greeley is the
beginning of a new crusade against the South:
"As the Greeley managers, throwing all
other business aside, declared 'reconciliation
'between North and South' to be the mala ii
aot the only point in their policy, and as the
South was thus led to expect something from
the election of Greeley which would not result
from the election of Grant, there is now some
danger that many Southerners may be plung?
ed Into despondency by the result ol the vote
of last week. We think we may safe), take
upon ourselves to assure them that the elec?
tion of General Grant does not mean any in?
difference on the part of the North to their
condition and prospects, o* any diminution of
tbe disgust and alarm with which the North?
ern public has heretofore regarded the fate
which has overtaken them. The North ls by
no means opposed to reconciliation, but lt will
not have reconciliation through Greeley.
What the South asked in th* late canavss was [
that the North should elect Greeley President j
as a sign of reconciliation, and as the only one I
of any ase. This the North has certainly de?
clined todo. It does not cherish any hatred
to the Sooth, but absolutely reiuaes to band
the affairs of the nation over to Greeley and
hlB Democratic following as a sign of Its good
will; but, as far as the South is concerned, this
ls all that the election means. There 1B,
therefore, no occasion either for despair or de?
spondency. Six months have been wasted in
the Interchange oi coarse abuse over Greeley,
which ls doubtless a misfortune; but other?
wise things remain as they were. Republican
institutions are in no more danger, carpet?
baggers in no more favor than they were be?
fore the canvass began.
"What we think about carpet-baggers, and
what we think about the Ku-Klux act and
other attempts to find a remedy for carpet?
baggers, are well known to our readers. We
hold, and we have always held, that con?
quests entails on the conquerer, among other
responsibilities, the responsibility of providing
peace and security for the conquered. Un?
fortunately the United States did not attempt
to provide these things for the South. They
set up a government which in many ol the
States was simply a cover for robbery; and,
when Congress attempted to provide a reme?
dy tor the resultant disorders, lt only went
hali way. We should never have said a word
against the Eu-Elux act li, lu addition to
hunting down midnight assassins and rob?
bers, it had Bent officers to Charleston to oust
Scott and Parker and take charge o? the State
finances, and see to lt that every taxpayer
got the worth of hla money in legislation and
police. It would doubtless have been uncon?
stitutional, but ft would have been that kind
of unconstitutionality which great crises
justify, and w hich never lessens the respect
of a community lor liberty and law. What
Congress did was, in practice, to furnish the
carpet-baggers with all they needed-protec?
tion against the pistols and cowhides of the
men they were plundering. This, we hold,
was, taken by itself, both wrong and im?
politic ; but Greeley would not bave reme?
died lt. AU that be promised with re?
gard to the carpet-baggers was pure
moonshine. Nobody believed lt. He could,
li elected, have done nothing to the carpet?
baggers except denounce them; and If Parker
and bis kind care for denunciation, we are
greatly mistaken in them. It is no doubt true
that in the beginning people at the North did
encourage the carpet-baggers. It was only
two years ago that Parker was cited aa a wit?
ness against the Nation by the Independent, of
this olty, regarding the intelligence of the
South Carolina Legislature. Many ol these
felicws left the North in the odor of political
sanctity, and, by shouting for the Union sud
for human brotherhood, kept up a certain kind
of maudlin admiration in their rear, and suc?
ceeded in persuading a certain portion of the
Northern public that they were missionaries
carrying light into dark placees. But Greeley
was one of their most prominent supporters.
Nobody did more to halloo them on, or en?
courage the use of United StateB troops to pro?
tect them against the consequences of their
crimes. Therefore, it was ridiculous as well
as useless for the South to ask the North to se?
lect him as the exponent ot Northern indigna?
tion against the carpet-bag regime.
"But the Northern mind ls completely rid
o? any delusions lt may have eyer labored un?
der with regard to carpet-bag government.
There ls no desire to perpetuate or counte?
nance any of the Southern abuses. There ls
no hatred of the South, or desire lor her fur?
ther Impoverishment or humiliation that we
know of or meet with. The state of the
Northern mind on the Sonthern question, if
we know anything of lt, may t% described as
.a hearty willingness to 'clasp hands' and let
hrj*-'i g**s0 . IssWel tho South CT I ll
frankly accept the re su ?B of the war-that ls,
accept them just as they are accepted in the
Cincinnati platform ; but 1 accepting them
'frankly' means to the Northern mind accept?
ing them in deed aa well as In word-that Is,
not only putting the acceptance into platforms,
but putting candidates and parties on the plat?
form whom we know to be really favorable to
these results, and not candidates and parties
who never did accept them until they saw a
chance of electing a President on whose weak?
ness and want of perspicacity they thought
they could count with confidence; and not
only writing newspaper articles Inviting North?
ern settlers, but making Northern settlers
comfortable and secure alter they have settled.
On these things the North insists SB the only
true signs that the war ls really over, and no?
thing can take the place of them.
"We wish most sincerely the South conld
now be convinced that her future ls in her own
hands, and suoh ls the truth-melancholy lt
may be, but still the truth. Congress has done
all that lt can do; the North has done all lt will
do. Every Southern State ls now handed
over, and all States are, to the mle of the ma?
jority of its own people. If lt be true, BB many
think, that where the negro voters are In a
majority, or where they hold the balance of
power, there ls no hope of Improvement from
the education of public opinion, the South
must look to immigration for her resurrec?
tion. Those white men who groan so dread?
fully under negro and carpet-bag rule must
get other white men to come down and settle
on their wastes, and give them a majority.
If they can neither do this nor win the negroes
over, they must suffer on. They may rely
upon lt, there Is somethlog wrong In their
own policy, as long as hundreds of thousands
of new-comers from Europe seek homes two
thousand miles away on the semi-barbarous
Western frontier, when they could have them
almost for the asking all along the Atlantic
seaboard, within a day's journey o? French
and German and British steamers. It ls not for
nothing men thus plunge Into the heart of the
Continent. If the South can find no means of
attracting them beyond the publication ot
flaming advertisements, If when they get
Btrangers down there they cannot make them
so happy and hopeful that they shall ask their
friends to follow, we do not know what reme?
dy there is for Southern ills. All restrictive
and coercive legislation ls done away with,
and if the white race ls so far paralyzed or de?
graded that it can find no honest way of rid?
ding Itself of the domination which lt makes
a boast of despising, lt must make up its mind
to suffer without help If not without pity. We
do not, however, believe that this 1B the case.
In more than one State, the modern spirit
the spirit which takes facts as they stand and
makes the best of them, and meets difficulties,
not with oaths and execrations, but with labor
and craft-ls rapidly showing Itself, and lt
will doubtless spread and do its work."
can obtain nrst-class Board at No. 9 West
T* en ty ninth street, New York, four doors from
Qllsey House, and in the neighborhood or nine of
the principal hotels. Terms $14 per week. Tran?
sient Boarders taken. . oct28 Imo
HE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER A WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior MACHINES
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Aajesting ana Repairing done nromtlv.
WHEELEB A WILSON MANUF'Q CO.,
aprwyr No. soe King Btreet,
F~ IRK DEPARTMENT^-THE PALMET?
TO, Young America and Vigilant Si earn
Engines, will assemble at 3 o'cloclc P. M., SATUR?
DAY, at tte Fire Well, Market street near. Meeting
street, for Inspection o? Hose, In accordance with
resolution or the Joint committee of the lity
Council and Fire Department. Tho Hope, Stone?
wall and Pioneer at s-me place, on MONDAY, and
the German, Phoenix and AStna on TUESDAY, at
Fire Welt corner cumberland and State streets.
AU the Band Engines will assemble on WXDNBS
DAY, at 1 o'clock p. M., corner Broad and King
streets. Punctnal attendance ls requested Irom
all parties concerned. M. H. h ?THAN,
nov22 2 Qblef Fire Depanment.
FIRE DEPARTMENT.-THE EAGLE,
MARION and WASHINGTON Steam Fire
Engine companies will assemble at 3 o'clock P. M.
on FRIDAY, the 22d inst., at the corner o? Henri?
etta and Meeting Btreets, tor inspection ot Hose,
In accordance with the resolution of the Joint
Committee or the City Council and tao Fire De?
partment. M. H. NATHANS,
novas_Chief orthe Fire Department.
MARION STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
PASY.-Yon are summoued to appear at
jour Engloe-House, In full uniform, THIB AFTER
MOON, at half-past 2 o'clock, for Inspection
P ii rad 6
By Oder. G F.ORGE A, CALDER,
WASHINGTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY.-You are hereby summoned to
appear at the Engine-House THIS APTBRNOON, at 3
o'clock, in citizens' dress, for Inspection Parade.
Also attend the Regular Meeting, THIS EVENING,
at 7 o'clock. By omer. |U. H. SUHW1NG.
DOV22 _ Secretary.
EAGLE STEAM FIRE COMPANY -YOU
are hereby summoned to assemble at your
Edgine-House, THIS (Friday) AFTBRNOON. the 22d
los ant, at 3 O'CIOCK. in citizens' dress, Tor In?
spection. By order President MOINTOSH.
ARTHUR M. COBEN.
nov22 Secretary E. 3. F. E. Co.
ATTENTION, SIR KNIGHTS 1-A REG
. ULAR Monthly Meeting or South Carolina
Encampment, No. I, Knights Templar, will be
beld at Holmes's Lyceum, THIS EVENING, at 7
o'clock. By order of the E.G.
DOV22 w. A. WILSON, Recorder.
MARION LODGE, No. 2, L 0. O. F.
The Regular Weekly Meeting of thia i.oage
All. oe held THIS EVENING, at Odd Fellows' Hall,
at 7 o'clock. HOBT. 0. STARB,
ST. CECILIA SOCIETY.-THE ANNI?
VERSARY Meeting of this Society will be
I held at South Carolina Hall, THIS EVENING, at
7 O'Clock. T. PlNOKNEY LOWNDES,
nov22 secretary and Treasurer.
ATTENTION, NATIONAL ZOUAVES.
Attend Regular Meeting THIS EVENING, at
7 o'clock, at Pythian Hall, Society, near King 1
street. E. U. VOIGT,
WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY
CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION.-The Month?
ly Meeting of the Association wiU be held THIS
EVENING, at 7 o'olook, at Hall of Merchants' Hotel,
corner of Klug and society streets.
D. B. GILLI LAND,
nov22 Secretary and Treasurer.
fifteen to sixteen years old. Apply at
No. 136 Queen street._nov22
WANTED, AN ACTIVE, WILLING
person to do the Cooking, Washing and
I Ironing of a family. Wages promptly paid. Ap
I ply at No. 142 Wentworth street._nev22-l
WANTED, HOUSEKEEPERS TO
know that G. W. BELL, No. 84 Queen
street, is selling fine North carolina Yams and
Peach-blow lr ia a Potatoes at fl; ty cents per peck.
WANTED AT JOHN BUGHEIMER'S.
No. 141 King street, a good PANTALOON
HAND. None but a competent one need apply.
WAITINGMAN WANTED -A STEADY,
reliable Waitlagman, with good recom?
mendations. will lind employment by applying at ?
No. 26 Vendue Range._nov23-l
AYOUNG LADY WISHES A SITUA?
TION, lu a healthy part of the State, as
Teacher or the English Branchesand Rudiments
of Music. References given if required. Ad?
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER
SPIhirSOF THE WOHLD, THE TREAS?
URE HOUSE OF ?MER10A. THE GREAT BOOK
OK THE YEAR. Agents report sales of 25 to 100
copleada a few boura or days. Prospectus free.
AdiireirJ. W. GOODSPEBD, New York, Chicago.
Cincinnati, sr. LOUIS, New urieuua.
(111 ^fl p E E D A Y.-LABORERS
UPJ.?es\> Wanted, to Mino Carolina Phos
puates. Able-bodied banda can make from $126 |
to $l co per day. Comfortable Lodgings pro?
vided free of charge.
Apply at the Works of the Ashley Land Phos?
phate company, near Slneath's station, South
Carolina hallroad, or to
C. R HOLMES,
Accommodation wharf, Charleston, S. 0.
TO RENT, THE LARGE HALL IN
third si orv of building Bouthwsst corner
Meeting and Maraet streets, AIBO Kitchen on
hame "remlaea with Tour rooma. THEO. STONEY,
Sinthern wharf, novi-fw
BOOMS TO BEMT AT THE NORTHWEST |
corner or society and Meeting atreetd.
ROOMS TO BENT, AT No. ll DOUGHTY
street. Inquire on the premises, novlfi
TO RENT, A NEW BUILDING ON
East Bay near Market street, suitable for a
irrocery or clothing more. Apply to WM. MCKAY,
No. 45 Wentworth street_novl8-mwf3
TO RENT, TWO STOREHOUSES AND
Dwellings, in tue Town of Florence, 8. c.,
Main street, opposite Freight Depot, formerly oc?
cupied by A. W. Loyns. Address F. M. R, Flo
renee, S. 0._ nova-14*
TO BENT, THAT LARGE AND COM?
MODIOUS Building. No. 149 East Bay, re?
cently occupied as :he Publication Office of THB
NEWS, and formerly known as the French Coffee
House. For terms, Aa, applv at the office of
THE NEWS, NO. IS Broad street. aep28
F"?RT S iL LE^01TA0C3UNT OF
feeble health, jj am compelled to sell ont my
(so weil known) FRUIT STORE, No. 339 King
street. A very good stand and oheap rent, a good
neighborhood, and will be sold cheap for cash.
Come and examine lt, and you will And plenty of
siocs; well worth the money asked lor lt. M. N.
KENTUCKY SALE STABLES, No. 89
CHURCH STREET, has Dray, Timber, Tnr
peniine and Plantation. MULES for sale low.
ALOT OF FINE HORSES AND MARES
for Buggy, saddle and Plantation use, at
Keutucky Sale stables, No. 89 Church street.
AT PRIVATE SALE, TO CLOSE A
COPARTNERSHIP, tne TURPENTINE
woRRS situated on Charle-ton Neck, now lu
operation In cloie proximity to the South Carolina
and Northeastern Railroad track, consisting as
1 COPPER STILL, capacity 60 barrels.
1 Copper still, capacity 46 barrels.
1 Copper SOIL capacity 26 barrels,
with Worms, Tabs, and ali Tools necessary for
conducting a first-class manufactory; also, Sheds
Buildings, ono Sibley A Know.es third size Pump
and a good supply of water, with a lease for two
years of the grounds,
1 RETORT. Worm. Building, Tank, Ac, for the
manufacturing or Rosin oil; capacity o? Retort
For further particulars address
T. T. CHAPEAU A CO.,
Postofflce Box No. 77, Charleston, 8.0.
Or ZIMMERMAN DAVIS, Administrator.
PLANTATION FOR SALE.-A VERY
fine PLANTATION, situated in Colleton
county, S. C., on the Orangeburg Road, about 4
miles from 41 Station, S. c. R. R.. consisting or
about 1600 acreB, more or lesB. about iso acres
or fine planting land cleared and under fenc?
the balance well timbered and suitable for tur'
pentine, besides being a central location; bound?
ed on all sides by me finest turpentine trees In
Also, a very nice Two Story DWELLING of the
very uest heart yellow pice, with sta les and
outhouses for at least 16 mules and 20 nanda
Parties wishing to go Into the turpentine bas
ness, will nun it to their interest ? consult
KINSMAN A HOWELL, Charleston, S. 0 or
BOWYER A RAY'SOR,
nov5-tu:8 George's station, S. c. R. R.
S mon ai a.
ACARD.-B. A. MUCKENFUSS, DEN?
TIST has removed his office from No *si tn
^tSSSSS^over For8y th?'McCom? *
REMOVAL OF OFFICE FROM No 57
D. ML CM-.il USS. nOVl9-tUth86* I
eRAND PROMENiiDB CONCERT.
GRATUITOUS DISTRIBUTION OP PRIZES,
IN" AID OP THE
MARION STEAM FIRE! ENGINE COMPANY,
HIBERNIAN HAIL, DECEMBER 3.
Number of tickets Untiled to 1300. Seventy
seven magnificent girts or Gold and Silverware to
be dist ri bu-ed to tne Tic t ot holden.
TO THE CITIZENS OF CHARLESTON:
The Engine or onr Company having been en?
tirely worn ont by hard service, we were com?
pelled to replace lt by a new machine to keep np
the efficiency or onr company. The location or
our apparatus, lt li well known, requires a first
class machine, and with this we propose In the
fntnre, aa in the past, to give the public oar best
services. The proposed Concert ls to enable ns,
with what we can save from oar pay from the
city, to make payment for oar Engine, and we
trust that we may noi> appeal In vain to oar
Tickets can be procured ol either or the com?
mittee. T. S. SIGWALD,
A. J. JAG ER,
J. T. WILLIAMS,
novl8 H. N. JACKSON.
tost awi found.
LOST, ON THE EVENING OP THE
voth m-tant, between Charleston Hotel and
tue Pouted ce via Mark? street and East Bay, a
Black Leather Pocket Book, containing a aum or
money and owner's canis, 4c. Keep the money,
and return tte book, Ac, to Charleston Hotel,
Room NO. 70._nov22-l?
FOUND AT THE CIRC DB ON SATUR?
DAY la?, a POCKETBOOK, which the
owner can have by proving property and paying
for this advertisement. Apply ai Holmes's Book
DOGS LOST.-STRAYED OR STOLEN
rrom residence. Rutledge street, between
Trombo Court and Queen street, a Black NEW?
FOUNDLAND BITOH, Baven menths old, answers
to the name or Mambo. "
Also, strayed or stolen fi om Schooner Mary E.
Lang, lying at Union Wharf, a half breed DOG,
(Esquimaux and Newfoundland,) color black,
answers to the name ol Sailor. A reward of five
dollars each will be given to finder. If lett at the
office of GEORGE W. WILLIAMS A CO., corner
Hayne and Church streets. nov20>3
?Jijotograpljg, Portrait a, ?c.
NO. 288 KING STREET,
Invites attention to his various de?
Plain Photographs of all sises
India Ink and punted Photographe,
Crayons and Po; c?lalos.
A FULL Ai 90HTHEKT OF
FRAMES, PASSE PARTOCl'S, AC.?
Alwaya on hand, and at
Joint Stock Compann.
OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COM?
PANY for the benefit of the State Orphan Asylum.
CLASS No. 261-THURSDAY MORNINO, NOV. 21.
CLASS NO 282-THURSDAY EVENING, NOV 21.
uurlM A. UUBOdVl O YT Ul U OUIU1UBIBIWUOI'.
COUNCIL. CHARLESTON, 8. C.. NOVEMBER
2IST, 1872.-Sealed e-tlmates will be received at
min office until TUESDAY, December loth, 1872, at
4 o'clock P. M., fur the conversion of the old
Workboase Into a City Hospital, and for the re.
pairing of the Mazyck street Hospital, the pulling
down of the buildings used for the Insane, the
present building used as a Bakery, and the c in?
struction of new building? for Hospital for the
Insane, the Bakery aud Servants' Quarters.
The offers will state separately toe cost of the
alterations, Ac, of the main Hospital on Maga?
zine street, the alterations and repairs of the Ma
zi ck street Hospital, ".he pulling down or the pres?
ent building used for the Insane and bulli lng
new one, the polling down of the present build?
ing used as a Bakery and the building of a new
one, aud the bulldog or Servants' Quarers. All
agreeably io plans and specifications in the office
or the City Engineer. W. W. SIMONS,
nov22.2S 20 dec3,6.10_Clerk or Connell.
Crrr HALL, OFFICE CLERK OF
COUNCIL, CHARLESTON, S. C., NOVEM?
BER 18, 1872.-By action of Connell, November 12,
the following odeas were declared vacant:.
Clerk of Council.
Messenger of Council.
City Inspector Lower Wards.
City in ap - ct or Upper Wards.
Two City Gangers.
Keeper or Tidal DrBlns.
Five Naval Store Inspectors.
Six Inspectora or Timber and Lu mt
Ohlmney Contractors Wards 1, 2, 8, 4, 6. 8,7,
Physician or City B ospltal.
Physician or Health District No. 1.
Physician or Health District, No. 3.
Physician or Health District No. 4,
Physician or Health District No. 6.
Physician or Orphanboose.
Keeper or at. Michael's Clock.
Inspector or Floor.
Keeper of Powder Magazines, and the varlOHB
Boards or Commissioners.
Letters or appllca' lon will be received at thia
office until Monday, November 25, at 12, M.,
o'clock. W. W. SIMONS,
novls,22,26 Clerk of counclL
No. 200 KING STREET.
NEW CATALOGUE No. 20.
TWO VALUABLE AND INTERESTING BOOKS TO
BB PUBLISHED BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLY.
Nc I.-"THE UNIVERSE',"
or the Infinitely Gnat and the Infinitely Little.
By F. A. Po a oh ot, M. D?, corresponding member
of the institute or F rance; Director or the Museum
or Natural History at Ronen; Professor in the
School or Medicino and the upper Sohool ol
Science, Ac, Ac.
New and Improve! edition, embodying the au
thor's latest revisions, with an introduction by
Arnold Guyot, PL D., LL. D., Professor of Geol?
ogy and Physical Geography, tn Nassau Hall,
Princeton, N. J. Trie work embraces "The Uni?
verse," including the animate and Inanimate;
treating of animals, plants, the earth and heaven,
overflowing with invaluable inform?t lon, while lt
reads like a fairy tale, lt wlU be brought out re?
gardless of pains or expense, printed in the most
elegant manner on beautifully tinted paper, and
Illustrated with three hundred and fifty superb
In size lt will be a super-royal octavo volume
of over Eight Hundred Pages, and bound as fol?
lows, and at the pr ce-i annexed:
Moroco cloth.bevelled boards, gilt edges....! 8
Leather, marble edges. 10
French morocco, p mel led Bides and gilt edges 12
The work ls Bold exclusively by subscription,
and will be delivered to subscribers only at the
SCRIBNER, ARMSTRONG A CO ,
An authorized Canvasser will call npon the citi?
zens. Subscriptions received at FOG ARTIE'S
Book Depository, Special Agency for the State
where a specimen copy can be seen.
NO. II_"STANLEY'S EXPEDITION IN SEARCH OF
Specimen copies of this highly Interesting book
will be ready about; tne 20th Instant.
FOGARTIE'8 BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 KING STREET (In the Bend,)
mchis-t uths Charleston, s. c.
AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL
ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA,
HELD AT SAVANNAH.'
JSS??!2?2P MONDAY. December 2d, 1872, and
continue Oaring tne week.
The Central Railroad arid connections and At
l??n0Cn^?w??rir XpT* and connections will
transport visitor* ror one fare, returning free.
There will be a Sabre Oontest between the Sa
I??ath 8Uata 8ab?oiab8ZDecember
Open to the world, three or more to enter
Fasted Trotting Single-harness Horse Parse'
$100; Fastest pair of Trottiog Horses, owned and
used as sucb.Purse $50; best Slngle-barness Horse
P^e $20; best pair of Harness Horses, Plate $25
best Pacing Horse, Plate $16; running Race
Sweepstakes, mlle heats, three or more to enter'
two to start, entrance ten per cent., Parse $200. '
The Chamber of Commerce offer the following
For best three bales Upland Colton of one plan?
ter's growth on exhibition, premium to go to
For three bales ranking second In quality, pre?
m lu m to go to planter, $40.
For three bahs ranking third in quality, $80;
premiums to go to the planters.
For the best Dale of Sea Island Cotton, $50; next
best In quail'y, premium to g ?>10 planter, $40.
For th best Gin tor Upland Colton $100.
For the best bushel of Rough Rice, of the variety
known as gold seed, premium to go to plan?
For the best bushel of Rough Rice, of the vari?
ety known as white, premium to go to planter,
No ree win be charged for Entering of Exhibit?
For Premlnm Lists or other information, ap?
ply to J. H. ESTILL, Secretary.
pHENLX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF BROOKLYN, N. Y.
cash capital.$1,000,000 00
Surplus on 1st November, 1872. 1,032,191 61
Assets at cash market valuations....$2,032,191 61
Boston LOSSSB $400,000.
S. Y. TUPPEB, Agent,
nov21 East Bay Street.
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHONIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
R CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,050,000
The undersigned, having increased ti cir INSUR?
ANCE facilities by the Agency of that strong and
reliable American Company, the PHOMX of
Uart ford, are now enabled to offer to merchants
and property ownets Policies In the above named
Companies at as low rates as any other first-class
Companies. E. S ?BRING A CO.,
sep6-3mos No. 14 Broad street,
Drags at Wholesale.
E EARNESTLY INVITE THE AT
TENTION or Physicians, Druggists and
the public generally to tho
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PHARMACEUTICAL
PREPARATIONS OF MESSRS. JOHN WYETH
A BRO., PRACTICAL CHEMISTS,
which have become so deservedly POPUL?R for
their INTRINSIC worth, the ELEGANT manner In
which they are prepared, nnd the RELIABILITY o'
the QUALITY of KAOH SPHOIFIO article they are
Bald io contain. First among them ls their
COD LIVER OIL WITH PHOSPHATE LIME,
a most valuable remedy in the large class of was
ting dise tafe caused by IMPAIRMENT or PSBVBR
SION of NUTRITION, tho 100 rapid TISSUS TRANS
FORMATION and me want or certain aunarme j es?
sential to the organism, and lt is offered with th*
utmost confidence as au IMPORTANT addition to
the resources of medicino agaltut th.i diseases
which, in this country, are the most numerous,
and formidable, say CROFULA tn children and
PULMONARY COMPLAINTS in aunlts. "Each ocmce
of the mixture contains 10 grains or the Phosphate
BEEF, WINE AND IKON.
This delightful nutritive tonic has been so uni?
versally used ano approved, lt ls unnecessary to
say moro thai, that lt ls kept up to Its nana! stand?
ard or excell-Dce.
..Each tabieapoonlnl contains! ounce or Beer,
hair ounce or Sherry Wine and 2 grains of Citrate
BEEF, WINE, IRON AND CINCHONA.
The combination of Calisaya Bark with our pre?
paration of Beer, Wine and iron adds the nerve
tonic and ami-periodic effect of Cinchona to the
nutritious and stimulating properties of the other
ingi i dlents. We doubt If a, more efficient combi?
nation of tonio, nu tr it.oas nud stimulating agents
could be prescribed, and auk the attention 0 phy?
sicians to Its use, ai a prompt and reliable remedy
in the many cases in which lt wonld naturally bo
indicated. Each tablespoonrul contains 1 ounce
or Beef, 2 grains Citrate of iron, and hair ounce
or Wine or Calisaya Bars.
SHERRY WINE AND BEEF.
The advantage or administering Beef with Wine
to patleats requiring both nutriment and stimu?
lant, will ' e rea illy appreciated-the sustaining
and nutritious effector the- beef often enabling
delicate and sensitive invalids to take the wine
With benefit, when ordinarily they wonld be un?
able to take lt even m small quantities without
occasioning headache, Ac. Eaoh tablespoonful
contalnB one-hair ounce ol' Sherry Wine and one
ounce or beef.
We also call attention to the following as some
among these prepaiatlonti most In use: Elixir
Calisaya Bark, Iron and Bismuth. Elixir Calisaya
Bark, Iron and Strychnine. Elixir Phosphate
Iron, Quinine and strychnine. Elixir Valerla
nate Ammonia. Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and
Strychnine. Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Iron.
Elixir Pepsin and Bismuth. Wine ot Pepsin.
Bitter Wine of Iron. Elixir Gentian. Elixir
Gentian, Ferrated. Elixir Pyrophosphate Iron.
Wine of Wild Cherry Bark. Wine of wild Cherry
Bars Ferrated. compound Syrap or the Phos?
phates. Compound ay rup of the Hypophosphltes.
Syrup Lacto Phos. Lime. Elixir Taraxlcum
Compound. Tasteless Cod Liver OU. Tastelesa
Cod Liver Oil Ferrated. Wholesale Agenta for
Marvin's Pure Cod Liver OIL
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
novs-tuf Agents forsooth Carolina.
pACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
This GUANO ls now Bowell known In au the
Southern States for Its remarkable effects as an
agency for Increasing the products of labor, as
not io require special recommendation from us.
Its use for seven years past has established Its
character for reliable excellence. The large fixed
capital Invested by the Company In this trade
affords the surest guarantee or the continued ex?
cellence of this Guano.
' The supplies put Into market this season are,
as heretofore, prepared under the personal super?
intendence or Dr. st. Jallau Ravenel, Chemist or
the Company, at Charleston, s. c., hence planters
may rest assured that ita quality and composition
ls Drecl8elv the same as that heretorore sold.
y 3 J. N. ROBSON,
Selling Agent, charleston S. C.
J NU. S. R?ESE ACO.,
General Auents. Baltimore.
THUMS-$48 cash; $63 time, without interest.
To accommodate planters they can order now
and Have until the ist or April to decide aa to
whether they will take at time or cash price.
When delivered from the Factory by the carload
no tl ray age will be charged.
43-Papers that inserted my advertisement last
year wilt please copy. n iv20 wfmDCAw3moa
Sensations of the ?Dan,
See the IRI5H WORLD Tor roll reports or
Father BURKE'S reply to FBOUDE, the English
The IRISH WORLD for this week contains a
splendid bird's-eye view illustration of the City of
Boston; also Franklin street on Fire; the Ruins of
the Burnt District, Ac. nov21-6*
QALIFORNIA. GRAPES AND PEARS.
Ja6t received, a supply of the above deUclous
fralt at FISHER'S Fralt Store, 168 King Street.
Also Catawba, Isabella and Malaga Grapes, vir
gallen Pears, and tie best and greatest Variety of
fruit ever displayed In this city. Call an Aeon
vince yourself. npTll-2
pA?L B. LALANE* A CO,. ',
' NO. 175 EAST BAT,
OFFSK TO TUS TH AD K AT Lowisr MAB S KT RATE 3:
10 huds. C. R. Bacon SIDES
17 hhds. Choice Bacon shoulders 1*
60 boxes D. S. Choice. Sides
loo boxes Canned Tomatoes. 2 and 3 lbs. '
100 boxes Canne?'peaeh?s.- 2 lbs.
160 boxes Canned Oysters, 1 and 2 lbs.
60 noxea Brandy Peaches
loo boxes American Club Fish
76 boxes assorted Jellies
160 boxes Bl Car. Soda, M, % and whole pack*
75 kegs Bl Car. Soda
so kegB Sal soda
no doz. assorted Brooms
160 doz. Painted Barketa
75 nests Painted Tubs
leo bbls. s. H. aud Oholce Syrup
76 bbls. W. w. and Cider Vinegar
no ba^s Bio and Java Coffee
90 boxes Tobacco, various brands
676 boxes Scaled and No. l Herring.
In addition te the above, we keen a vrell-select?
ed a-isortment of Choice WHISKIES. Brandied.
Gins, Wines, Ac
Prompt attention will be given to au country
orders entrusted to ns._nove-imo
?pOOD FOB THE MILLION. ? ?
[THE GREATEST DISCOVERT OP THE AGE,
AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONELESS '
YOUNO SHAD. -7 . .
! ' 3 ii: , . . litan.;t
The Cheapest and beat Food in .existence, 'in.
I whole, halves and quarter boxes. ~? ''
PAUL B. LALANE & CO.,
I No. 176 East Bay, Charleston, s. c., Sore Agents.'
Liberal dltconnt to the trade. septo-amos 1
A R T I N & M O O D,
(Successors to late E. E. Bedford,) ' .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
Noe. 127 and 129 MEETING STREET, , ;a
Corner Market street, Charles ton, south Carolina, '
Keep on hand a well selected Stock cf Choice
Family Supplies. . .. i. . ;
Country orders respectfully solicited. No charge
for packin;;, and goods delivered free of charge
to any part of the city, Railroad Depots and
I steamers. . ; .
W. H. W K LC H-FLEETWOOD LAKKSiv-L. EABOH, !
OCt24-PA08moa_ ,,. .,,
?' : . ''<?? '. I "? j -J,
. . ..'.-.f-iU ?iii,
. ..i.. ig?HtsU. 1er) ' I
.-' li -?ye:r:
. . - . -.- c: ^-.ifci.i
?y^T-ILSON'S GROOE?Y. j
WILSON'S GROCERY ls now offering the most
carefully selected Btock of LIQUORS to be found.
In this city. . '
They have been selected especially for .their
medicinal qualities, and their purity endorsed by i
the moat eminent physicians of Charlesion.
Parties desiring a pore article can always rely .
on Liquors sold from this establishment and
A fall supply of low grades on hand.
- WILSONS' GROCERY,
No. 808 King street. ,
sar Address Box No. 888. >, M : . .
JJ A L I B ? T . P 1 ? SJ
TONGUES AND SOUNDS.
TONGUES AND SOUNDS. .
For sale low at WILSON8' GROCERY; -
No. 807 King street j
AU Goods Delivered Promptly. ,. aep27
CANNED PEACHES 1 CANNED,
180 dosen 2 and 8 lb. CANNED PEACHES.*
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY,
No. 80S King street.
Sg-AU Gooda delivered free.._
CANNED TOMATOES I CANNED TO-:
700 dozen 21b canned TOMATOES.
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY,
No. soe King street.
gp AU Goods delivered free._? '
gYRUPl SYRUPI S YB DPI.
GOLDEN SIRUP, 06 cents a gallon.
Na 806 King street.
teg- Ali Goods delivered free._'
BARGAINS IN TEAS, COFFEES, GRO?
CERIES AND PROVISIONS.
Warranted to snit the palates and the pockets,
or the million. WILSONS' GROCERY,
Na 808 King street. ,
sa?AU Gooda delivered free. .... .. ,
VTEW CODFISH, PICKLED 8ALMON,
.Ll SPICED SALMON.
Extra No. 1 MACKEREL
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY, .
No. 80? King street,
aa-All Goods delivered free._ri... .
XTEW SMOKED BEEF, FRESH SMOKED
ll TONGUES. NEW HAMS, (SMALL SIZE.)
Fulton Market BEEF >
Family Pig Pork
Smoked Pig Tongues
For aale low at WILSONS'GROCERY,
Ne. sos King street.
W AU Goods delivered free.
VALENTINE'S PREPARATION Of
MEAT JUICE. ,
Just received, a large supply of the above. Ead
bottle contains four pounds of the best Beef, ex?
clusive of fat; can be used with cold or warta
water; also can be taken with CodUver 00, and
destroys the taste of the OIL '
Tue only food for delicate children.
This la much superior to the .'Extractor Beet,"
heretofore offered to the public, as wUl be found
apon trial. For sale by Dr. H. BABB, .
jun? Na 131 Meeting street.
NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAVING
claims against the Eal ate of the late EVERT
h. BEDFORD will present them properly attested,
and ali Indebted wlU make payment to ASHER
D. COHEN, Attorney-at-Law, No. 94 Broad street,
n 0V1-?8 AUGUsTA BE UFORD, Executrix.
EXECUTOR'S N O TIC E.-ALL PER?
SONS having demands against the Estate
of the late W. S. WBALEY, Sr.. ueceaaed, will
present the same, properly attested, and those In?
dented will make payment to THOMAS WHA
NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAYINS
Demands agalns'; the Fstate of the le" JUL?
IUS EDWARD LOTH, late or Charleston, r lano?
ma Ker, deceased, are requested to present their
Dem-iDds, properly attested, and those Indebted
to said Estate will make payment to the under?
signed, JOHANNA LOTH, Executrix.
nov6-wfS J. KRUSE, Executor.
(Eonfettwnets, (HODS, &t.
^ NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STOCK OF
Rich Fancy Goods, Toys, Games,
Fireworks, French Confectionery,
Rubber Goods, Ac,
Is now opening, (nearly every eteamer brings
In a fresh supply or the latest novelties until the
Holidays are over,) at
VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR, J
No. 22fl King street, r
nov2-smw24 Next to Academy of Motto.