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"No. 1? Broad street, Charleston, 8.0.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1872.
TEX CHABLKBTON DAILT NEWS "ls designa?
ted as the newspaper for the publication of
"all legal notices, and official advertisements,
"for the County of Charleston, under the act
"of February 22d, 1870, entitled an act to regu?
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NEWS OF THB DAT.
-The Japanese Mikado has been sitting for
his carte de visite.
-The Potomac River was frozen over, at I
Washington, last wees.
-The New York Elevated Railway was I
made a success by the epizootic. ;
-The Marquis and Marchioness of Bute will
visit the United States next season. j
_Several hundred Chinese have com-1
menoed throwing up dirt tor Tom Scott's rall
road in Texas.
-Virginia, which didn't have a cotton fac?
tory before the war, has erected twelve of I
-The Erle Railway ls said to earn nearly
fl ve hundred thousand dollars a week, gross
-The Duke of Edinburgh magnanimously
declines to become an admiral until he shall J
nave passed through the grade of captain.
-Five hundred dead Chinese were shipped I
in one freight invoice from Ban Francisco
.-Miss Sarah W. Barton, an American girl,
now studying music in Florence, ls to be I
prima donna of opera In Warsaw, Poland, the
-The Cincinnati Enquirer has reduced
Itemizing to a science. Here is a late exam
pie: Heory Lyman,shoemaker, Terre Haute- I
-The Khedive will convert the tops of the
Pyramids Into lighthouses. Couldn't the I
Spbynx's optics be made to beam kindly on j
Nile navigators as well?
-John Strong, of Weschester, Pa., was
hanged the other day, and smoked his cigar I'
to the foot Of the gallows. After he bad fin?
ished the sheri ff sold the "stub" for five dol?
-The Louisville Ledger gnashes Its teeth I
and says: "The Badi cal papers of Pennsyl
vania are determined to kick Forney out of j
their ranks. Ii asses can outklck a mole they j
will probably succeed."
-In a letter from Polynesia to a resident
of New York the fact ls mentioned, which we I
do not remember to have seen stated before,
that In some of the Polynesian iBlands the rite 11
of clrcumclflion has been practiced from time I
Immemorial. This might be a clue to anti-1
quartans Who are Interested In ascertaining I,
what became of the lost tribes of Israel. K
-The Boston Coliseum cost $260,000, and I (
was sold at auction on Saturday for $10,600,1 '
and the big drum, whose cost was $3600,
changed ownership at the same time for the IJ
Ignominious sum of $32 60. Much has been
written at various times about the vanity of
human affales, but we have not seen a finer I.
illustration ol the commonplace truth than I
this for many a day. .
-The idolaters of beauty-the Chinese-are
forever at tbe leet of beings whom they
adore. When any of their wives are india
posed, they fasten a silken thread aronnd her
wrist, the cord of whloh ls given to a physl- I
ciao, and lt ls only by the motion which the
pulsation communicates to lt that he ls allow
ed to Judge ol the state of his patient. This
precaution of Jealousy 1B almost unique In ita
-The English papers announce the death,
at the advanced age of eighty, ol Lady
Becher, the once celebrated and beautiful I
Miss O'Neill, who made her debut on the Lon- j
don stage nearly sixty years ago, a few months I
after Edmund Kean. After a brilliant theatri
cal career of five years she married Slr Wit-1
Ham Beober, an Irish member ot Parliament,
and retired from the stage. For the last qu&r
ter of a century she has lived in seclusion on
her estate in the extreme southwest of Ireland.
-It ls announced that the expense of collect-1
lng the revenue is to be curtailed by consoll
dation of dlstrlets and reduction in the nun?.
ber of collectors and assessors. If this an-1
nounoement had been made before the late
election a great deal of kerosene that
waa wasted In torches would have been saved.
If it had been made on election night several
hundred hurrahs would-have stuck In as many
throats, and there would have been less noise I
In the country. |
-The manufacture of artificial clouds ls re?
ported to have been resorted to In the French I
wine growing districts, to protect the crops
from frost. Tin receivers, filled with a pecu-1
Uarly prepared tar, were disposed over an
area ot many acres, and when the tar was
ignited thick white clouds rose Into the at-1
ionosphere, and, spreading out evenly over a
large region, remained suspended several
yards above the soil. In seasons when frost I
Is feared, the tar clouds would Interpose be- I
tween the crops and the sky, thus checking
the night radiation which often causes such
ravages in vineyards and gardens, both in
?pring and harvest time. j
-A New York paper says of Mr. Stanley : I
The few friends and journalists who saw Mr. I
Stanley yesterday beheld a short, thick-set
man who, though quiet and dignified in bis
manner, was without a particle of the vr.nlty
whloh many of the English Journals have so
loudly decried. His complexion has been j
thoroughly bronzed by the tropical sun, and
the sprinkling of gray in his hair attests the
severity of the Air!cnn levers. A very black I
moustache and Imperial add rather than de
tract from the robust outlines bf his face. J
Eyes of unusual penetration evince by their I
steadiness me deteimlnation ol his mind and
the strength of will which carried him safely
through his perilous undertaking. !
-Making brioks without straw must seem
easy to the modern churchman, compared to
the process of consecrating a child without J
water, and yet that erratic divine, the Bev. |
Charlea Vosey, o? London, haa introduced this
month a service for the "dedication and bene?
diction" of ohildren in lieu of baptism. The
exhibition had been well advertised, and a
large congregation filled St. George's Hall,
Langham place, gathered to witness the
"patent" service. There was a scarcity of In?
fants whose parents were willing to wed them
to angelB according to this ceremony; but one
young and courageous couple offered their
blooming babe a sacrifice, and as one was
enough to practice upon the show proceeded.
There was neither god-father nor god-mother,
and the directly-interested parties stood or
knelt somewhat apart from the spectators.
The usual hymns were sung, prayers said, and
then the Rev. Mr. Vosey descended from the
platform and went through with the order of |
service oomposed by him and then performed
for the first time. This was followed by
prayers for the father, mother and child, and
then the minister took the Infant In bis arms
and '"dedicated" it with a new name to the
service of Heaven. The "benediction" came
next, and addressing lt by Its newly-acquired
title, he offered a welcome to the common
fold. At the conclusion of the welcome the
congregation said "Amen" and Mr. Vosey
gave back the child to its parents.
Tile Road to Kefonn.
The Legislature will soon have before
them two difficult questions which will teat
the value and sincerity of the fine promises
contained in the platform of their party and
reiterated by them since their election.
These questions are, the disposition to be :
I made of the outstanding claims against tbe j
1 State, and the provision for the current ex?
penses of the Government
There is only one equitable way of deal?
ing with the outstanding claims. They
should be rigidly examined, and cut down
to an amount representing the actual value j
received therefor by the State. Where the |
original amount of bills against the Com?
monwealth has been increased, the addi?
tions may with perfect propriety be lopped
off. It is right, also, that where exorbitant
prices have been charged the rate should be
reduced to the price at which the work
would have been done for a private indivi?
dual Again, there are the gambling-hells
and bed-chambers, hired as committee
rooms and occupied by members and at- J
tach?s at the expense of the State. Not]
one of these claims ought to be paid. We are
sincerely in favor of meeting promptly every j
legitimate obligation, but claims which are j
bogus, In whole or in part, deserve to be
thrown out If the Legislature will only
consider and discuss this question In the
proper spirit, potting themselves in the
place of those wbo have to foot the bills,
they will not find it difficult to reach a con?
clusion honorable to themselves and satis?
factory to the people.
The expenses of the fiscal year 1872-73
will be made vastly leas than the cost of the
year preceding. For the year 1871-72,
Comptroller Neagle estimated that the ex?
penses should be $1,320,715. This inclu?
ded $718,715 for interest on the debt, $300,- ;
OOO for sch cols, and $80,000 for the con?
struction of the penitentiary, bnt did not j
include any estimateur legislative expenses.
Now, not a dollar of interest on the debt
can rightly be paid until the bona-fides of |
every bond ls established. What with con?
version bonds, land commission bonds, in?
terest bonds, and bonds for the relief of the
treasury, the several issues are hopelessly
confused. The holders are the persons
chiefly interested. Why might they not be j
required to prove the legitimacy of their
bonds T And, in no case, ought Impover?
ished South Carolina to recognize, os bind
lng upon her, one cent of funded obliga?
tion beyond the amount ef tbe money
equivalent which the State actually re?
ceived. Omitting, then, from Hr. Neogle's
estimate the charge for interest, leaving in
tbe appropriation of $300,000 for schools,
and adding the huge sum of $150,000 for
legislative expenses, the appropriations for
the year do not exceed $750,000, A tax of
five mills, on a tax assessment of $160,000.
000, would realize the amount We have
gives these figures to show what the Legis?
lature can do If they are so disposed. They
can, by fulfilling their promises scrupulous?
ly, bring the expenses of the year to a
smaller sum than three-quarters of a
The members of the Legislature, so far,
have done very well, but something more
than picayune reform is required of them.
Both pounds and pence need looking after.
Only by unswerving fidelity to the public
interests can the Legislature make them?
selves in fact what they are in name, the
representatives of the people, t
* Inish tbe Work.
The constitutional amendments, adopted
by the last Legislature, received the required
vote at the State elections, and only ueed
ratification by two-thirds of each branch o?
the present General Assembly to make them
a part of the Constitution. One of the
amendments prohibits any increase of the
State debt wlthont the approval of the
people given at a general election; the
other changes the day of holding the State
election to the Monday after the first Tues?
day in November, the day on whicb, every
four years, the election for President takes
Both amendments are wise and proper.
Conservatives and Radicals alike appiovo
of them. It ls to be hoped that they will
speedily receive the required ratification.
There is danger in delay.
A Very Inferior Court.
Well may the concern presided over by
that dusky Solon, Judge Lee, be called an
Inferior Court! A more appropriate name j
could not have been given it, and the people
would be delighted If this very Inferior
Conrt were abolished. It is probable that
the criminal and civil business In Charles?
ton ls more than one judge can attend to,
bnt the Inferior Court does not remove this
difficulty. A little judicial reform in this
Circuit will be very acceptable.
And Yet he ls Not Happy.
When "Tiny Tim" Hurley marched out or
tbe Regular Radical Convention and joined
tbe Bolters, be boasted tbat be was always
on the Vinning side. For once he missed
it Now be declares that be will be all
powerful with the present Legislature.
Wrong again. Mr. Hurley hus given him?
self a very bad character, and the members
of the General Assembly, his quondam
pupils, take him at his word. I
Too flinch t
The Columbia Carolinian thinks that
three dollars a day is as much as the State
can afford to pay the members of the Gene?
ral Assembly. Certainly. Tbe pay is now
six hundred dellars a year, which is equal
to six dollars a day for a session of one hun?
dred days. Let this be cat down to three
hundred dollars, and the members will be
strongly tempted to finish up their business
in fifty days, or lesa. Long sessions are the
parents of jobs and swindles innumerable.
The public know whether saint or devil
finds the work for idle hands to do.
Theodore TUton, in bis "Personal Retros?
pect of the Campaign," pays this tribute to
Southern Democrats: "Many of the extrem?
est Democrats, whom I had traditionally dis?
liked since 1856 emerged upon me like shin?
ning Piara through the darkness with which I
"had ignorantly clouded their names." Many
oiher Northern men would "come to" on the
subject of Southerners generally If they were
not Ignorant for want or contact with their
countrymen of this Beetloo.
Mr. Henry Banks, of Atlanta, has, for the
last two or three years, been experiment?
ing upon palmetto and wire gross for making
paper. Last August he Bhlpped eight thou?
sand pounds to a paper mill In Philadelphia,
and went there himself and witnessed the
whole process of converting palmetto leaves
Into paper, which proved a greater success
than his most sanguine hopes had anticipated.
He has an affidavit of the superintendent of
the paper mill where lt was tested, which
says that palmetto paper ls superior to that
made of wood, straw or rags, both lu texture
and cost of production, and will yield a profit
ol fifty per cent, to the manufacturer. Mr.
Banks confidently believes that;even a greater
profit than fifty per cent, can be realized-the
raw material costing from one-quarter to one
half cent per pound, while rags will cost four
and a half, and not make as good paper as
the palmetto. Mr. Banks ls organizing a
stock company to Introduce the manufacture
o? this paper into Georgia. The proposed lo?
cation o? the mill ls on a water power in
In Lowndes County.
The British Bench.
A seat on the bench ls, in England, the cov?
eted honor of a legal career. It ls position, a
comfortable income for life, and the respect
of ali classes, high and low. The short cut to
this dignity Is not, however, by way of the
bar, but through the House of Commons.
Few lawyers, who have not been at one time
legislators, are among the highest judicial offi?
cers of England. Slr Alexander Cockburn,
Slr Boundell Palmer, Lord Cairns, Slr John
Coleridge, all obtained office as rewards for
Parliamentary services; as did also Lord West?
bury, Lord Hatherly, and others. In lact,
there ls scarcely a name that can be mention?
ed as that of a lawyer who passed at once to
a Judgeship. In America, the office would be
fiercely fought for; os, pecuniarily, in Eng?
land, it is quite a prize-the salaries ranging
trom twenty-five thousand dollars for tbe
lower Judges, up to fifty thousand to the Lord
MEKGEDITA, from Boston, are notified that soe
will discharge Cargo THIS DAT. at Vanderhorst's
Wharf. Goods uncalled for ac sunset will remain
on the wharf at owners' risk.
nov29-l JAMES AOQER A CO., Agents.
pAf CONSIGNEES PER BREMEN
Bark NEPTUN are boreby notified that she has
THIS Dar been entered under the Five Day Act.
AU goodB not Permitted at the expiration of that
time will be sent to the Customhouse stores at
the risk and expense of owners. nov29-3
pm- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
CHARLESTON, from New York, are notified that
she will discharge cargo THIS DAT. at Adger's
South Wharf. Gooda uncalled for at sunset will
remain on the wharf at owners' risk.
n0V29-l JAMES ADQER A CO., Agents.
P?- NOTICE. - CONSIGNEES FER
Merchants' Line Schooner MYROVER will send
to Adger's North Wharf before sunset, or goods
will be stored at their risk and expense. No
claims win be allowed after goods leave the wharf.
nov29-l ROACH A MOFFETT, Agents.
pp- OFFICE OF COUNTY COMMIS^
SIONERS, FIRE-PROOF BUILDING, CHARLES*
TON, S. C., NOVEMBER 20,1872.-The Board of
Oom missioners for Charleston County, having
quail ried and organized, are now prepared for
beness. Days of meeting are Mondays and
Thursdays from 12 M. to 3 o'clock P. M.
By order of the Board.
GEORGE I. CUNNINGHAM,
nov28-thmth3 Chairman Board Co. Com.
ja?" A BEAUTIFUL HEAD OF HAIR,
Whiskers or Moustache are ornaments desired by
all. Use TUTT'S HAIR DTE. nov28-SD&w
??-NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS ARE
hereby cautioned against barbering or crediting
any of tbe orew of the British Bark J. B. DUFFUS,
as no debts will be paid by the Captain or
nov273 B. Q. WILKINS k CO., Agents.
pm>A. BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY GIFT.
We call attention to "THE UNIVERSE." the most
elegant and valuable presentation Book or the
By sending in your namea at once the copies
will be delivered by Christmas.
Specimen copies can be seen at
FOGARTIE'S BOOK, DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King street, Agency for the state.
^THE MEMBERS OF THE GERMAN
HUSSARS TILTING CLUB are requested tc call
on Messrs. MENKE A MULLER and leave orders
for their Uniforms.
By order of the President.
J. C. W. BISCHOFF,
PAT* BELL SCHNAPPS, DISTILLED
by the Proprletera at Schiedam, in Holland. An
invigorating Tonic and Medicinal Beverage.
Warranted perfectly pure, and free from al.
deleterious substances. It ls distilled rrom Bar.
ley of the finest quality, and the aromatic Juniper
Berry of Italy, and designed expressly for cases
of Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Dropsy, Gout, Rheu?
matism, General Debility, Oartarrh or the Blad?
der, Pains in the Baok and Stomach, and all
a'lseaoes of the Urinary Organs. It gives relief
in Asthma, Gravel and Calculi In the Bladder,
strengthens and invigorates the system, and la
a certain preventative and cure of that dreadful
scourge, Fever and Ague.
CAUTION I-Ask for "HUDSON G. WOLFE'S
For sale by all respectable Grocers and Apothe*
HUDSON G. WOLFE A CO., Sole Importers.
Offloe, No. 18 South winiam street, New York.
pm* BURN HAM'S AROMATIC DENTI?
FRICE, for Cleaning, Beantirying and Preserving
the Teeth, and imparting a refreshing taste to the
mouth. Prepared by
EDW. S. BURNHAM,..
Graduate of Pharmacy,
No. 121 King street, Charleston, S. 0.
Recommended by the following Dentists: Dr
J. B. PATRICK, Dr. B. A. MUOKENFUSST
M" TBI?ITLODQB, ~NOT 2, L O. O. F..
The Regular Weekly Meeting of thia
Louge will be bela THIS EVBNINQ. at 7 o'clock, at
Odd Fellows' HalL ROBT 0. STARR,
nov2a?_ Recording Secretary.
CABOLINA CHAPTEB, No. 1, fi. A. M.
Aa Extra Oonvooa?on of Carolina chapter
will be held at Holmes's Lyceum, THIS EVBNINQ,
at 7 o'clock. Candidates tor K, A. i>. will please
come forward. By order of the M. B. H. P. ? ? .
nov29_Secretary pro tem.
ST. ANDBEW'S SOCIETY.-THE ONE
Hundred and Forty-third Anniversary Meet?
ing of the St. Andrew's society will be held at
south carolina Ha|l TO-MOEBOw at 2 o'clock P. M.'
The Polls for the Election of Officers of the So?
ciety will be open from 12 to 2 P. M.
mw20-2_ROBT. BL GORDON, Secretary.
EAGLE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Ton are hereby summoned to at*
ut end an Extra Meeting of your Company, at
your Hall, on THIS (Friday) EVENING, 29th lust.,
at 7 ?'clock, on business of Importance.
By order. AUTHOR M. UOHEN,
novxQ_Secretary E. S. F. E. Co.
PALMETTO G?ABD BIFLE CLUB.
Attend the Regular Meeting of your Club
'iHis EVENING, 29th Instant, at Arcuer's Hall, ac
7 o'clock precisely. Members are ri quested to be
By order of President C. R. Houtss.
nov29_j. j. WESCOAT, secretary.
CAEOLINA CLUB.-A MEETING OF
this Club will be held at the Club Rooms THIS
h VENINO, 29i h Instant, at hair-past 7 o'clock lor
purpose ot considering Alterations In the Con?
stitution. BERKLhY URlHBALL,
TT7 ANTED, A SETTLED WOMAN FOB
Tl the Country, to Couk and Wash. Good
referen eta required. Apply, Room No. 69 Pavil?
ion Hotel._ _nor 29-1?
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
do general honsewors. References re?
quired. Apply at No. s water street, three nora
WANTED, A GOOD BOOTMAKEB.
He will have steady employment. E.
Pl LS, No. 183 King street._nov29-8?
WANTED, A GOOD COOK. ADDRESS
E., NEWS Office. nov28-2*
WANTED, ENGINEERS TO MEET,
SATURDAY NIGbT, at 29 Basel street,
wnere subjects beneficial to all will be discussed.
WANTED, A PUBOB ASEB FOB SEVE?
RAL articles of F?RS ITU ME, nsed but a
short time. Parties anticipating housekeeping
will find lt to their interest to apply at the Man
sion goose. Broad street. nova*
WANTED, A FEMALE HOUSE SER?
VANT. Also a Woman to cook and do a
part of the washing of a family. Recommenda?
tions in writing required. Apply at No. io Bull
COOK AND WASHER WANTED FOB
A SMALL FAMILY. Apply at No. 164 Cal
' bunn street, west end._nov28-2*
WANTED, AN ACTIVE LAD AS
EBRAND BOY, in a wholesale house.
A ppiy by letter, in handwriting of applicant, giv?
ing age and address, with reference. Address
Key Box 376, Charleston postofflec nov2T-4?
ACOMPETENT BOILERMAKER, ONE
accustomed to Locomotive Repair Work,
can obtalu permanent employment by applying at
once to D. W. HAINES, M. M., Northeastern Rall
road, Florenoe, S. 0._nov27-6
WANTED, A HOUSE BOY ABOUT
ct teen to sixteen years old. Apply at
No. 136 Queen street._nov22
WANTED THE PEOPLE TO KNOW I
am receiving fresh importations of
N u i IONS and Fanoy Goods via every steamer.
ARCH ?.R'S BAZAAR. _n0V26-mwf8*
A?OUNG LADY WISHES A SITUA?
TION, in a healthy part of the State, as
Teacher of the English Branchesand Rudiments
of Music. References given If required. Ad?
dress J. R. E., through Charleston P. Q. novl9
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER
SPIRITS OF THE WORLD. THE TREA8
UKE HOUSE OF AMERICA. THE GREAT BOOK
UK THE YEAR. Agents report sales or 25 to 100
copies In a few hours or days. Prospectus free.
Address J. W. GOODSPEED, New York, Ohioago,
Cincinnati, Sc. Louis, New Orleans.
(il I K A F E R DA Y.-LABOBEBS
v?) J_,rJ\J Wanted, lo Mine carolina Phoa
puates. Able-bodied hands can make from $126
to $i ot) per day. Comfortable Lodgings pro?
vided free of charge.
Apply at the Works of the Ashley Land Phos?
phate Company, near Slneath's sutton, South
Carolina Railroad, or to
0. R. HOLMES,
Accommodation wharf, Charleston, S. 0.
Wild English Ducks, Oysters, opened and in
snell. Fish of all kinds, for sale at Game sign. No.
0 Market street. TERRY A NOLEN. nov27 6
CHEAP HORSES, FROM $85 TO $125,
Just arrived at R. OAKMAN'S STABLE, No.
86 Church street. For sale on time. nov26-6?
DBAY MULES, HARNESS HOBSES',
Timber and Turpentine Mules, saddle and
brood Mares, Plantation Mules, that have had the
Epizootic and are now welt, can be bought at
moderate prices at the Kentucky Male Stables, No.
89 On uren street, BAMBEKG A MoCOY.
PLANTATION FOB SALE.-A VEBY
flue PLANTATION, situated in Oolleton
uounty, S. C., on the Orangeburg Road, about 4
miles from 41 Station, S. c. u.R., consisting of
about 1600 acres, more or less, about 160 acres
or fine planting land cleared and nnder fence,
the balance weil timbered and suitable for tur?
pentine, besides being a central location; bound?
ed on ail sides by the finest turpentine trees in
Also, a very nice Two Story DWELLING of the
very best heart yellow pine, with sta-ies and
outhouses for at least 16 mules and 20 hands.
Parties wishing to go into the turpentine buB
ness, will find lt to their Interest to consult
KINSMAN A HOWELL, Gharleaton, S. C., or
BOWYER A RAYSOR,
nov6-tuf8 George's station, S. 0. R H.
AT PRIVATE SALE, TO CLOSE A
COPARTNERSHIP, the TURPENTINE
WORKS situated on Charle-ton Neck, now in
op-ration 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 still, capacity 26 barrels.
With Wermsi-TubB, and alt Tools necessary for
conducting a nrat-class manufactory; also, Sheds,
Buildings, one Sibley A Knowles third size Pump,
and a good supply of water, with a lease fer two
years or the grounds.
1 RETORT. Worm, Building, Tank, Ac, for the
manufacturing or Rosin Oil; capacity of Retort
For further particulars address
T. T. CHAPEAU A CO.,
Postofflce Box No. 77, Charleston, S. 0.
Or ZIMMERMAN DAVIS, Administrator.
TO RENT, "THAT FINE STORE AND
Dwelling occupied by MelcherB A Muller,
No. 217 King street. Apply at No. e Liberty
E00M8 TO RENT, AT No. ll DOUGHTY
street. Inquire on the premises. novl6
FOB BENT. A FEW MOBE COMMO?
DIOUS Rooms from $2 to $6. Also, ARCH?
ER'S Hall, price moderate. ARCHER'S Bazaar,
Kings rest. nov26-mwfS*
FOR BENT, THAT DESIBABLE BESI
DENCE, southeast corner or Meeting and
charlotte streets; a flue cistern, large yard and
ample servants'accommodations on the prem?
ises. Apply to CHAS. J. COLOOUK. North At
lantlc wharf. nov27-wfm6*
TO RENT, THE LARGE HALL IN
third story of building southwest corner
meeting and Market streets. Also Kitchen on
same premises with four rooms. THEO. STONEY,
Southern wharr. novl-fw
TO BENT, THAT LARGE AND COMMO?
DIOUS Thrce-Mory Residence, No. 7 King
8lrler' 50nta|Iilrjg; o square rooma and necessary
outbuildings, A good cistern on the premises.
Possession given January 1,1873. Inquire at No.
8 King street._novl2-tnths
TO BENT, THAT LARGE AND OOM
MODIOUS Building. No. 149 East Bay, re?
cently occupied as the Publication Office of TUB
NBWS, and formerly known as the French Corree
H ou Be. For terms, Ac, applv at the office of
THE Nrws, No. ls Broad atreet. sep28
TO BENT, STOBE AND BEsTDENOE
corner Radcliffe street and Jasper court.
Fixtures complete, with a two-story kitchen ad?
joining; gas fixtures and grates throughout, good
cistern and well or water. Tard paved with
brick. To an approved tenant will ba rented low.
Apply to M. KENNEDY, Contractor and Builder,
No. 101 Calhoun street, south side, between Meet?
ing and Anson streets. nov27-8?
IB E RVriYiri?A/Lh.
FRIDA? EVENING NOVEMBER 29TH.
* THE GREAT FAKIR OF BRAMAH,
KING OF CONJURERS AND VENTRILOQUISTS,
orv Kl AWAY
A ?65 SET OF FURNITURE
ONE HUNDRED COSTLY PRESENTS,
And to every one attending
THREE USEFUL PRESENTS
Admission only 35 cents.
Doors open at 7. Commence at 8. nov28<2*
IRISH RIFLE CLUB,
AT HIBERNIAN HALL,
MONDAY EVENINCI, DECEMBER 2, 1872.
The nag presentation will take place at o
D. O NEILL,
A. c. MAORATH, JB., JOHN O'KBEFB,
T. J. KXNNIOT, L. DBB. MOOBADT,
R. llDBPHT, T.O'GOBKAN,
J. T. LAFFAN, D. KENNEDY,
J. O'DOKBLL, JOHN MADDEN,
J. F. RKDDIKO, CZ SUMAC.
r^RAND PROMENADE CONCERT.
GRATUITOUS DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES,
IN AD OF THB
MARION STEAM FOE ENGINE COMPANY,
HIBERNIAN H ? LL, DECEMBER S.
Number or tickets limited to 1800. Seventy
seven magnificent gift? or Gold and Silverware te
be distnbu . ed to the Ticketholden.
TO THE CITIZENS OF CHARLESTON:
The Engine or oar Company having been en?
tirely worn one by hard service, we were com?
pelled to replace lt by a new machine to keep np
the efficiency or our company. The location of
oar apparatus, lt la well known, re qua- ss a first
class machine, and wi h this we propose in the
future, as In the past, ;o give the public oar best
services. The proposed Concert ls to enable us,
with what we can sav* from onr pay from the
city, to make payment lor oar Engine, and we
trust that we may not appeal in vain to our
Tickets can be proceed or either or the com?
mittee. T. S. SIG WA LD,
A J. JAG ER.
J. T. WILLIAMS,
nevis H. N. JACKSON.
ES H. WILSON,
BANKING AND EXCHANGE OFFICE,
No. ? BROAD STREET.
INTEREST allowed on DEPOSITS subject to
cheok at sight
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT bearing INTER?
EXCHANGE. GOLD. SILVER, STOCKS, BONDS
andi UNODRRENT BANK NOTES bought and sold
at CURRENT RATE8 und on COMMISSION.
DRAFTS ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, FRANCE
and GERMANY sold.
COLLECTIONS mada. LOANS negotiated.
A GENERAL BANK ING and BROKERAGE BU?
SINESS transacted. nov28-stnth-l7
Joint Stock Company.
OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT S TC CK COM?
PANY for the benefit of the State Orphan Asylum.
CLASS NO. 278-THUBSDAT MOEN INO, NOV. 28.
GLASS No. 274-THUBSSAT EVENING, NOV 28.
67-38 - 63-SO-16- 3-66-10-9-46-18- 2
D0V29-1 A. MOROSO, Sworu Co mm sis loner.
SINGLE GENTLEMEN, OR A FAMILT,
can obtain good board, on reasonable terms,
ny applying at No. 71 Broad street, between King
and Meeting. nov20-3
?pHE?TX 1NS1JRANCE COMPANY^
OF BRO )KLYN, N. J.
Oaiih Capital.$1,000,000 00
Smrplnson 1st November, 1872. 1,082,191 61
Asiiets at oash marte : valuations....$2,082,191 61
Boston Losses $400,000.
S. Y. TUPPER, Agent,
nov2i East Bay Street.
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON ..ND EDINBURGH,
THE PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OP HARTFO RD, CONNECTICUT,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,050,000
Tho undersigned, having Increased their INSUR?
ANCE facilities by the Agency of that strong and
reliable American Company, the PH'SN ix, of
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchants
and property owners Puli?les in the above named
Companies at as low rates aa any other first-class
Companies. E. SKBRING A CO.,
(ep5-8mos No. 14 Broad street,
Pjotograplje, Portraits, Sf c.
NO. 268 KING [STREET,
invites attention to his varions de?
scriptions of Portraiture:
Plain Photographs of all sites
India Ink and Painted Photographs,
ali sizes ' '
Crayons and Porcelains.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
FRAMES, PASSE PARTO TTS, Ad
Always on hand, and at
IJIHE NEW IMPROVED
WHEILER & WILSON
THE BEST HS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now Benins ? these superior MACHINES
on Ten Dollar month y payments.
Adjusting and Rep; .iring done promtly.
WHEELER ? WILSON MANUF'G CO.,
aprs-lyr No. 20B King street.
?rotaries, ?iqnorst Ut.
J^W~~STOE?T FRESH GOODS I~
We would reapeotfully Inform our friends and
the citizens of Charleston that we have opened a
No. 318 ELKO STREET.
OPPOSITE LIBBBTT STREET,
And are now offering First-class Goods at prices
to snit the tunes.
BYRNE A FOGARTY.
IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
BYRNE A FOGARTY have opened a GROCERY
STORE at No. 318 King street, opposite Liberty
street, on tbe cash system. Buying and selling
for cash only, thereby giving their customers the
advantago of getting their goods at the lowest
posiibe rates. Call and examine for yourself.
Do not forget the number, 818 King street, oppo?
site Liberty street. nov29-fmw3mos
g TRIPS, SHOULDERS AND HAMS.
io bbli. Choice Sonth Carolina STBIPS.
10 bbls. Choice Sonth Carolina Shoulders.
8 bbls Second Quality Hams.
For sale low by B. BOYD
nov291_No. 193 Bast Bay.
TJTJTTEB, BUTTER AND CHEESE.
60 tubs Choice BUTTES.
80 tubs Medium Butter.
20 tabs Common Batter.
26 boxes Extra Factory Cheese.
For sate low by B, BOYD,
nov2??l No. 198 East Bay.
^PPLES, APPLES AND POTATOES.
40 bbls. RED APPLES
??o bbls. Bell Flower Apples
20 bbls. Red Cheek Apples
26 bbls. Peerless Potatoes,
For sale low by B. BOTD.
nov29-l_No. 103 East Bay.
JJBEMEN BOTTLED BEEB, Ac.
200 casks Deetjen's bremen Rottled BEER
80 crates empty Madeira, Claret and Hock
8000 empty Demijohns, various sizes.
Just arrived per Bremen bark Neptune, and for
?ale by 0. OLAC1US,
DOV29-2? NO. 130 East Bav.
O ALI COAL1 COALl
200 tons COAL, Egg size
160 tons Coal, stove size
100 tons Chestnut size.
Also, LUMP COAL, for Foundries and Steam;
and Cumberland for Smith's and Parlor use.
In yard and to ?rrlve per schooner Governor
Button. Orders received by
E. F. SWEEGAV, Agent, Central Wharf,
nov2Q 2_. Foot of Onmbrriand street.
WOOL, HIDES, SKINS AND FURS
We are paying the highest Cash prices for
Hides, Wool, Skins, Furs and Beeswax, at
MOSES GOLDSMITH A SON,
nov2Mmo Vendue Bange.
jpOR SALE, BAGGING 1 BAGGING I
Five hundred rolls No. 1 LUDLOW BAGGING.
Apply at MOSES GOLDSMITH A SON.
g ALT, SLATES, CEMENT.
2080 sacks Liverpool SALT
loo bbls. Portland Cement
28,000 Welsh Slates, ISMS, 10M10,18M8.
Expected daily to arrive per Fille de L'Air,
from Liverpool. For sale by
NEW ORLEANS SUGAB AND MOLAS?
Fair TO prime new crop Sngar and Molasses.
For sale by
nov27-8 T. TUPPER A SONS.
60 tons PIG IRON to arrive per bark Georgi
ana " from Liverpool. For sale by
nov27 Accommodation Wharf.
JJA?L B. LALANE A CO..
NO. 176 EAST BAY,
OFFBH TO TBS TRADE AT LOWEST MARE ET RATES:
. 10 hhds. 0. R. Bacon SIDES
17 h ruin. Choice Bacon shoulders
60 boxes D. S. Choice Sides
loo box48 Canned Tomatoes, 2 and 8 lbs.
100 boxes canneu Peaches, 2 lbs.
160 box ?s Canned Oysters, 1 and 2 lbs.
60 noxes Brandy Peaches
loo boxes American club Fish
76 boxes assorted Jellies
160 boxes Bi oar. soda, H., % and whole pack?
76 kegs Bl Car. Soda
00 kegs Sal soda
170 doz. assorted Brooms
160 doz. Painted Backets
76 nests Painted Tabs
160 bbls. S. H. and Choice Syrup
76 bbls. W. W. and Older Vinegar
110 bags Bio and Java Coffee
90 boxes Tobacco, various brands
676 boxes Scaled and No. 1 Herring.
In addition te the above, we keen a well-seleot
ed assortment of Choice WHISKIES, Brandies
Gins, Wines, Ac
Prompt attention will be given to all country
orders entrusted to na._novs-lmo
ABTIN A MOOD,
(Successors to late E. E. Bedford,)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
NOB. 127 and 129 MEETING STREET,
Corner Market street, Charleston, Sonth Carolina,
Seep on hand a well selected Stock o? Choice
Country orders respectfully solicited. No charge
for packing, and gooda delivered free of charge
to any part of the city, Railroad Depots and
W. H. WELCH-FLEETWOOD LAKNBAU-L. EASON,
pi COD FOB THE M1XLION.
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AG?,
AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONELESS
The Cheapest and best Food in existence. In
whole, halves and quarter boxes,
PAUL B. LALANE & CO.,
Nc 176 East Bay, Charleston, S. C., Sols Agents.
Liberal discount to the trade. aepl9-3moa
ISiiUinerrj, Strain ?coos, Ut.
TCI A L Ii ?^PENINcir^
Np. 804 KING STREET.
Mrs. M J. ZEBNOVk would respectfully an?
nounce to the public that she will open THIS PAT,
October 17th, a full line of MILLINERY AND
FANCY GOODS, HoopsklrtB, Bustles, Kid Gloves,
Ladles' and Children's Under Garments, Wrap?
pers, Sacks, Furs, Ac Dress and Cloak Miking
attended to as usuaL ".___ _._
Sole agent for M'me Demoreat's PAPBR PAT?
TERNS. Country ordere will receive prompt at?
. Jflnsiral Jtooks.
QL1VER DITSON A CO.
announce that they were happily untouched by
the recent Great Fire, and are busy, as usual, In
attending to their extensive orders.
They now call attention, also, to their
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. '
The whole set ls one of the most valuable Musi?
cal Libraries that could be devised, aa each con?
tains from 200 ta 260 pages of the most popular
music of the day.
Price or each book In Boards, $2 50; doth, $3;
Foll Gilt, for Presents, $4. The price would be
at retail, for the pieces separately, abont $400.
in this form, all tbe books, including the new
and favorite Gems of strauss (DOW having a
splendid sale,) may be had for $32 so.
Musical Treasure, Vocal and Instruments 1.
Silver Cord, Wreath of Gems.
Gerne of German Song, Gems of Scottish Song.
Gems or Sacred Song, Shower of Pearls,
Duets. Operatic Pearls.
Home Circle, vol. l; Pianist's Album; Home
Circle,' vol. 2; Plano Forte Gems.
Any of the above Books malled, post-paid, for
the retail price.
OLIVER DITSON A CO., I 0. H. DITSON A CO.
Boston, I New York.
WILSONS ~ H G BOO E BY.
HOLIDAY GOODS I
HOLIDAY GOODS I R
Holiday Goods I
Strawberry Jam In
poundpets, 40c. eaobi ' '
WILSONS' (Imported.) GROCERY.
Dandee Marmalade, a v 1
WILSONS' pound pots for one GROCERY,
WILSONS' Buy your HoUdayQoodi GROCERY.
WILSONS' WILSOyS?. GROCERY.
Smoked' Tongues, sav
WILSONS' enty-flve cents aach, GROCERY.
worth $125. *~"??
WILSONS' Brandy Fruits, all GROCERY.
kinds, from one to for
_ ty dol?ais per Jar.
WILSONS' -0- : . GROCERY.
Seedlees Raisins, eight
,_"". pounds for one dollar.
WILSONS' ~o- GROOEBY.
Send your orders to ,
WILSONS' WILSONS'.' GROCERY.
Preserved Fr aita in gil . ' ' '
WILSONS' Styles. GROCERY
-0- 3 . i : ...
Plagled Fruits, some- , . .
WILS0N8' thing new, all shapes. GROCERY.
" .1 -0- ; vf 1 ii -
New Citron, New Lem- .
WILSONS' i " on PeeL ' ' GROCERY.
For anything Nice, go
WILSONS' to" .. . * GROCERY.
WILSONS' -0- GROCERY.
New Currants - eight
poonda for ona dollar.
WILSONS' -0-- . GROCERY.
Jellies from twenty
cents to Uve dollars
WILSONS' per jar.: GROCERY.
sweet 0id*T on draught ' 7
WILSONS' To see the ?#4 GROCERY.
Neatest Store in the
city go to . "
805 KING ST. WILSONS/.
806 KING ST. Choice Table Batter al- WILSONS'.
ways on hand.
306 KING ST. Family Floor, ground WILSONS',
expressly for ns.
sos KING ST. Parched coffees recelv WILSONS',
806 KING ST. Ii yon want anything WILSONS',
806 KING ST. WILSONS'. WILSONS'.
Groand Coffees to order
306 KLNG ST. -o- WILSONS'.
Try the Teas at fifty \
cents, sold only .
306 KING ST. at WILSONS'.
806 KING ST. -0- WILSONS'.
Best Tea only one dol?
lar and forty cents.
806 KING ST. -0- WILSONS'.
Good Tea at eighty ,.
806 KING ST. -o- 1 WILSONS'.^
Yon can save twenty
five cents on
306 KLNG ST. every pound or Tea WILSONS',
306 KING ST. WILSONS*. WILSONS'.
No charge for deliver*....
806 KING ST. lng Goods. WILSONS'.
No charge for Packing.
306 KING ST. WILSONS'.
306 KING ST. Part leola r attention to WHjSONS'.
806 KING ST. WILSONS',
806 KING ST. WILSONS'. WILSONS'.
806 KING ST. Address BOX 8831 WILSONS'.
300 KING ST. ADDBXS8 BOX 883 1 WILSONS'.
806 KING ST. ADDRESS BOX8831 WILSONS'.
STATE OF SOUTH C A R O LINA,
COUNTY OF BARNWELL.-Court of Com?
mon Pleas.-DANIEL J. THOMAS, Plaintiff,
against MAGGIE H. THOMAS, Defendant.-Sum?
mons for Relier.-To MAGGIE H. THOMAS, the
Defendant above named:
Yon are hereby summoned and required to
answer the complaint, In this action, which will
be filed in the office or the clerk of the Coon or
common Pleas, for the said county, and to serve
a copy of your answer to the said complaint on
the subscriber, at his office at Blackville, In the
county and Mate aforesaid, within twenty days
after the service hereof, exclusive of the day pf
such service, and if yon fad to answer the com?
plaint within the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff la
this action will apply to the court Tor the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Dated at Blackville the twenty-eighth day of
November, A. D. 1871 SAMUEL J. HAY,
To MAGGIE H. THOMAS, the Defendant in the
above stated action: Tate notice that the som?
mons In this action, of walch the foregoing ls a
I copy, and the complaint therein, was nie din the
office or the clerk of the Court or Common Fleas,'
at Blackville, for the county of Barnwell, in the
State or Sooth Carolina, on the twenty-eighth
day or November, A. D. 1872. and that the object
of this aotlon on the part of the Plaintiff, DANIEL
J. THOMAS, ls to obtain a Divorce from you.
MAGGIE H. THOMAS, the said Defendant.
SAMUEL I. HAY,
Blackville. 8. C. '
November, A. D. 1872._nov?-f6
VTOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAVING
?>j Demands against the Estate of the late JUL?
IUS EDWARD LOTH, late or Charleston, Pl ano?
maler, deceased, are requested to present their
Demanda properly attested, and those Indebted
to said Estate will make payment to the under?
signed. JOHANNA LOTH. Executrix,
nova-wf8 J. KRUSE, Executor.
T^OGARTIE'S BcToK DEPOSITORT,
NO. 260 KING STREET.
NEW CATALOGUE No. 29.
! TWO VALUABLE AND INTERESTING BOOKS TO
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No. I.-''THE ?NmuLsi,"
or the Infinitely Great and the Infinitely Little.
By F. A. Pouche., M. D., corresponding member
or the Institute ol Fran oe ; Director ol the Museum
or Natural History at Rouen; Professor tn the
School or Medicine and the upper School of
Science, Ac, Ac. ?
New and improved edition, embodying the au?
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Arnold Guyot, Ph. D., LL. D., Professor of Geol?
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French morocco, panelled sides and gilt edges 12
The work ls sold exclusively by subscription,
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/ SCRIBNER, ARMSTRONG A CO.,
An authorized Canvasser will call upon the citi?
zens. Subscriptions received at FOOARTIE'S
Book Depository, Special Agency for th? su?
where a specimen copy can be seen.
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Specimen copies or this Highly interesting boot
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No. 260 KING STREET (in the Rend,)
mchie-tnths Charleston, S. Cv