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KOOK DI?PXT?HES : ;
, LONDON, December 16.-Tbe Alfred
le Grand hus been wrecked off the Da
sieb coast, and nine persons lott.
S GESKYA, December 16. ~The arbitra?
tor? under tbe Washington treaty met
and adjourned lo April.
' SANDRINGHAM, December 16-9 A. M.
Tbe convalescence of the Prince of
Walea baa oom me need, bot progresses
.Jowly, yet steadily.
As the Pr i nco ia considered ont. of
danger, the Queen baa reArned to
Windsor and tbe Dake of Cambridge
Las returned to London.
, NIGHT DESPATCHES.
SANDRINGHAM, December 16- Even?
ing.-The Prince of Wales ia more tran?
quil than' sinoe the fever appeared. The
fever's progresa ia in all respects satisfac?
LONDON, December 16.-Tho Queen,
accompanied by Princesa Louise and
other members of tbe royal family, ar?
rived at Windsor Castle, this' afternoon,
by apeoial train from Sandringham.
PAKTS, December 16.-The budget of
nuance, Miuister Ponyer Quertier, shows
OBurpluaof 14,000,000 frauos.
LONDON, December 16.-Five sailors
of tho American ship James Brett, lying
in the harbor of Havre, were accident?
ally drowned, yesterday.
WASHINGTON. December 15.-Tbe
Commissioner of Intern al Revenue has <
nominated to the President Benj. F.. ,
Bell, aa Collector of the Second Georgia '
District; Jae. F. Doner, Colleotor of the i
Fourth Georgia Distriofc. I
Ex-Senator Williams, - who beoomea i
Attorney-General on the 10th of Janu?
ary, waa congratulated by bia frienda to?
night. He made a brief apeeoh. He <
cald: "AU the abilities and energies I ,
possess will be devoted to the enforce- i
mont of the laws and the suppression of
violence, disorder and orime. I promise j
all: whom it may oonoern, that when I <
am plaoed at the head of the department
of justice, ao far as my jurisdiction in j
that department may go, its mandates i
will be dispensad without, fear or favor, j
and with equal vigor and respect for all i
classes and conditions of men. I regret ;
that in some seo tiona of the country a
spirit of lawlessness seems to prevail. I ]
will favor every consideration of kind- (
ness to luduou obedience to the laws, |
but if no other means will answer, then
lam for using the whole power of the |
couutry to crush ont every conspiracy
against the peace of society and the j
safety of unoffending citizens." The \
new Attorney-General is amazed that |
any considerable number, ail thia time, ]
should engage in violence and disorder, <
(or there is nothing to gain and much to
loee. If hatred and revenge are allowed j
to overcome these considerations, then it <
becomes the plain duty of tbe Govern- \
meat to interfere with its BtroDg arm and \
subdue these passions. He alludes to <
being the first Cabinet officer from West j
Of the Rocky Mountains, and promises |
not to forget where his home is. I
CAIRO, December 15.-One of the men j
arrested in Indian Territory, recently, ?
by Deteotive Pinkerton, on the charge ;
ox being connected with the recent rob?
bery of tbe Southern Express Company
in Tennessee, made a daring attempt to <
escape, this morning, from the steamer ]
Illinois, while under way between here
and Columbus, Ky. He snatched Pink- (
orton's revolver, shot at and missed bim, :
jumped overboard and attempted to ]
swim' aahore, but was drowned. 1
ANNAPOLIS, MD., December 15.-Tho j
examination of Gen. Ketch urn's books I
and hie bo sd box ahows no transactions i
such as are olaimed by Mrs. Wharton, i
A question arose abont admitting Gen. I
Ketchnm'a books aa evidence. During ,
tba argument of thia question the jury I
sraa ordered from tbe court room.
TORONTO, December l?.-Tbe HooBe j
passed a resolution of want of conti- <
denoe in tho Ministry, by one majority. 1
Kxw YORK, December 16.-Wm. M. 1
Tweed has been arrested, and remains ?
ia charge of the sheriff, at the Metropo- 1
liles Hot-e!. T?creed was indicted for <
felony, and bail refused. A similar war- i
rant waa served on Connelly, at Ludlow 1
jail, aa retainer, should Connelly secure <
bail on the 1st. Tho indictment against ]
Tweed oovera 100 pages. 1
A later despatch say* Tweed bad :
reaohed court, in charge of two of tbe ?
sheriff's officers. Ho appeared uncon?
cerned. The main charge is fraudo I
lently auditing accounts. j
WASHINGTON, December 16,-Tbeagri- <
cultural report will indicate the cotton -
crop at 8,333,000 bales. I
CINCINNATI, December 16.-George i
MoDonald, alias J. W. Sweet, alias Sara. I
Brown, was arrested here to-day, on sus?
picion of committing a forgery. MoDo- i
nald bad two oompaniona here, giving 1
the names of C. Hunt and T. Wliker, .
who diiappeared last Sunday. Hunt's I
real name is supposed to be Bridgewell, i
and Walker ia supposed to be his son.
The parties came from the South, where ]
they had been operating reoently. ; (
NBW YORK. December 16.-The Work? i
iogmen'a Uoion took no action upon the i
invitation to join the International's pro- <
A special from Paris says tho Orleans
Princes and Thiers had aa unfriendly :
interview. Thieu complained that D'Au
male was endeavoring to interest the i
Sener?is in hia favc This D'Aamale :
isputed. Thiers retorted, that there
waa evidenoe of interviews with the gen?
erals, and concluded by saying, "I doubt <
not your aim is patriotic, but these pro?
ceedings are not in accordance with oar
agreement." D'Aumale terminated the
interview, saying he would consult .
frienda aa to tbe proper time to olaim bis <
NIGHT DESPATCHES. ,
WASHINGTON, December 16.-The cot?
ton retorna received in December at the
Department of Agriculture' are similar
in tenor to the November reporta-fully
sustaining tbe moderate promise of im?
provement npon the somewhat glowing
views presented in October; yet tbe
ohaoge is so marked as to modify mate?
rially tbe prospeot first allowed in the
monthly reports for July and September.
The latest returns would indicate an es?
timate almost identical with that of the
September report fora favoring autumn,
wbioh could scarcely bring a trop ex?
ceeding 8,333,000 bales. Frosts have
been delayed till November, and in some
localitiea till tbe 20th; and the weather
bas been generally favorable for picking,
without waste or discoloring of fibre.
A fair rendering of tbe recent local esti?
mates, wbioh bave been unusually nu?
merous and complete, gives a total ag?
gregate of 3,400.000 bales as tbe present
expectation of the cotton yield of 1871.
Probabilities-A rain storm, probably
accompanied with high winds, is appa
H ? |L> .? i- ;. j11 ff? gsgagBaywa
renHy tr^bsttiog Wt of' Calif or
nia; an ar?*.o*lo?t??^^ ?Jft Iftri?U
afta; t?outh-eaaterly winda, ?nd: cloudy
weather prereilioar on the Gulf coast;
pleasant weather will continue in the
Sooth Atlantic Btates, with Southerly
winda. The low barometer on Lake
Superior will move East and South?
eastward, w$tb North-westerly wbsaij on
the upper lakes; South-west "winds on
the lower lakes, middle add Eastern
State?, with threatening weather in New
York and New England..
It is ?tated on < excellent authority,
that the Senate Committee on Elections
and Priyii Ag?a ha? decided .lo report ad?
versely upon Blodgett and favorably
npou Norwood's claim to a seat in the
ATLANTA, December 16.-Gov. Conley
vetoed the.section of the appropriation
bill appropriating $420,000 to pay inter
eel on the gold bond?.
To day, all parties charged with being
Ka Klux, were discharged, ezoept two
from Dade County, who wero required
U> give bonds in $2,600, for whipping a
party charged with immoral conduct.
Three men, arrested in Dade and brought
in without warrant, were discharged to?
SAVANNAH, December 16.-Robb, Col?
lector of the Port, after a foll and free
Investigation on the part .of the prosecu?
tion, and . nader ibo statement ot tba
District Attorney and the charge of the
court, was honorably acquitted by the
jory, without leaving their box.
Gov. Walker bas' pardoned ex-Mayor
Ohahoon, heretofore twice oonvioted of
complicity in tho Hauastian forgery.
Very general satisfaction is expressed at
this action of the Governor, who states
that his prinoipal reason for so doing is
that it was earnestly recommended by a
very large number of worthy citizens.
BOSTON, December 16.-Wm. Brown,
of Lynn, killed bis wife with a dirk, and
resisting arrest, stabbed an officer, who
ihot Brown dead, with a revolver.
SAR FRANCISCO, December 16.-Ar bill
is ponding in the State Legislature for a
sable to Japan and China.
LOUISVILLE, December 16.-The great
pnblio library lottery drawing was com?
menced at 9 o'clock, this morning. The
*rzi ten cambera drawn were' sc fellows:
5,075. ?4,172, 25.840, 14,903, 20,563,
32 417, 23,877, 15,900. 2,095.
Nsw YORK, December 16.-John V.
Norton, post office defaulter, bas been
arrested. Comptroller Connelly's bail
bas been named at ?1,000,000.
Richard M. Blatchford was robbed on
the streets of $50,000 in bonds.
Tweed was heartily oheered by hit
Friends, when brought into oonrt. Tweed
was oommitted to the Tombs, without
bail. A later despatch says Tweed wai
before Judge Barnard on habeas corpus,
-rho released him on $5,000 bail.
RICHMOND, December 16.-This morn
ing, the caboose oar of a material train,
>n the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad
?vas thrown to the bottom of a ravine
while orosaing tho bridge near Salem
Conductor Robert A. Fagas and a co
lored man named Frank Campbell, wert
silled. The contents of the stove se
ire to the oar, destroying it and burn
lng up the two bodies, together witl
l?verai spans of the bridge.
Ki nanci ni ?nd Commercial.
COLUMBIA, S.O., December 16.-Sale
if cotton to-day 75 bales-midd li u?
NEW YORK, December 15.-Total col
ion receipts from September 1, last yeai
1,345,047 bales; same time this yeai
1,127,081; total exports from Septembe
L, last year, 724,119; same time this yeai
574,852; stock at all United States port
ast year, 478,686; this year, 400,49(
stock at interior towns last year, 104,58'
this year, 787,812; stock at Liverpo<
ant year, 849,000; this year, 458.00<
American cotton afloat for Great Britai
Inst year. 151,000; this year, 147,000.
NEW YOBS, December 16-Noon.
3ales of cotton for future delivery lai
svening, 8,100 bales, as follows: Decen
ber 195 16; January 199-16, 19>$; F<
j rua ry 19%, 19%; March 20, 19 15- h
April 20%. Flour doll and declininj
wheat and oom doll and heavy. Poi
?uiet, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cotton duli ar
nominal-middling nplands 19%; O
leans 20%; sales 550 bales. Freigh
loll. Stocks strong and active. Go
beavy, at Governments dull at
beavy. State bondB dull. Money l-32(
1-16 per cent, commission. Exchanj
--long 9%; short 9%.
7 P. M.-Bank statement shows loai
bave decreased nearly $11,000,000; spec
increased 2,500,000; legal tenders d
ureosed 1,180,000; deposits deoreasi
1,500,000; circulation decreased 1,001
300; specie shipments over 500.0C
?otton dall and nominal; sales 1,1
bales-nplands 19%; Orleans 20;
Flour 10@15o. lower-common to fi
?tra 6.70(^7.35; good to ohoioe 7.40
3.25. Wheat strongly favors buyers
winter Western email@example.com. Corn
fair request, at 78@78%. Pork steady
new mess 15.00. Lard heavy-kettle 9J
Freights dull. ' Money closed at 6(5
Sterling dull, at 9%@9%. Gold9%@9j
Gtovernmentaolosedvery dull. Tenn
sees 65; new '65. South Carolinas (
new'27%. Sales of cotton for fut?
delivery, to-day, 4,100 bales, as follow
December 19% 19 5-16; January 19
19 9-16; February 19%, 19 13-16; Mai
20; April 20 3-16, 20%, 20%; May 20.
BALTIMORE, December 16.-Co tl
quiet and weak-middling 19%@19
receipts 853, sales 875; stock 3,362.
CINCINNATI, December 16.-West*
markets to-day show no import)
changes. Provisions-full prices. WI
MOBILE, December 16.-Cotton c
and nominal-middling 19%@19%;
ueipls 3,750 bales; sales ?,U0?; st?
MEMPHIS, December 16.-Cotton qt
and weak-middling 19%; receipts 2,
CHARLESTON, December 16.-Cot
quiet-middling 19%; receipts 2,1
bales; sales 300; a to ok 80,393.
AUGUSTA, December 16.-Cotton
minal-middling 18%; receipts 1,
bales; sales 700.
WILMINGTON, December 16.-Col
firm-middling 19; receipts 389 ba
eales 37; stock 2,709.
SAVANNAH, December IC.-Coi
buyers and sellers are apart and the
denoy is downward-middling 18%(c
receipts 8,385; sales 800; stock 75,68
NEW ORLEANS, December 16.-Co
dull and tending down-middling 1
receipts 4,585; sales 3,800; ?took 130,
GALVESTON, December 16.-Co
dull and nominal-good ordinary 1
receipts 1,208; sales 800; Block 35,64
LONDON, December 16--Noon.-I
sols 92%. Bonds 92%.
FRANKFORT, December 16.-Bi
firstname.lastname@example.org%. " t
LIVERPOOL, December 16- Evenir.
Cotton opened and dosed quiet
.t-eady-uplanda 10; Orleans 10??@10%;
sake 12,000 balea; apeo elation and ex?
port 8,090; shipping at New OideanslQ^
QUOTATIONS FOB SOUTH ?ABOWNA ?B
ouBTOES, BY D OAKBBILL, BBOICXB,
Main street, Columbia, 8. G., Dealer in
Gold, Silver, Bank Note?, Stock*, Bonds,
etc.- December 16, 1871.
EAT?. Bid, Asked.
?nd?, 6 V
Sooth Carolina Bonds, 6 ty
oent. (new)....;. 82
South Carolina Stock, 6 ot, 40
mi y SECUBITIES.
City Columbia Bonds, 6 V ot. 60
City Colombia Bonds. 7 *3fl ot. 65
City Colombia Oas' Stock,
par, $25. 18
City Charleston Stock, 6 V ot. 53
City Charleston Bonds, Fire
Loan, 7 ^ ooot.. 72
Sooth Carolina Bonds, 7
cent., 1st mortgage... 85
Sooth Carolina Booda, 7 ot. 72
Sooth Carolina Booda, 6 ot. 62
Sooth Carolina Stook, par,
Booth Carolina Hank Stook,
par, 8125. 82
North-eastern Bonds, 1st mort*
gage, 8 ^ oent. 01
North-eastern Bonds, 2d mort?
gage, 8 ^ cent. 81
North-eastern Stock, prefer- f,
red, 8 oent., par $50_
North-eastern Stook, Capital,
Charleston and Savannah
Bonds, 6 oent. 65
Savannah aod Obarleaton 75
Booda, lat mort., 7 oent. 65
Savannah & Charleston Booda
State guarantee, 7 1? oeul..
Savannah and Charleston
Stock, par, $100.
Green vi Ho and Colombia
Booda, State goan, 7 ^ ot.. 52 55
Green villo aod Colombia
Booda, 2d mortgage, 7 ot. 52
Groenvillo aod Colombia lat
mortgage, paat doe, 7 ot. 00
Greenville and Columbia
Stook, par, $25. 1
Charlotte, Columbia and Aug.
lat mortgage Bonds, 7 c. 82
nh?rl?tte Colnsbis sud An
gusta Stook, $100, par. 35
Spartanborg and Union B'ds,
State guarantee, 7 cent.. 40
Bloe Bidge Bonds, lat mort
gaga, 7 V cent. 50
?heraw and Darlington B'nds,
1st mortgage, 8 cent.... 92
Ohoraw and Darlington B'nds,
2d mortgage,|8 V cent. 82
People's Bank of Charleston
Stook, par, $100. 4
Union Bank Charleston Stook,
par, $50.. 45
Plantera' and Mechanics' Bank
Charleston Stook, par, $25 25
South Carolina Loan and
Trost Co. Stook, par, $100.. 100
First National Baak Stook,
par, $100. 125
People's National Bank Stook,
par, $100. 104
Bank of Charleston Stook,
par, $100. 19
Carolina National Bank of Co?
lombia Stock, par, $100... 100
Oeotral National Baak of Co?
lombia Stook, par, $100... 100
Booth Carolina Bank and
Trust Co. Stook, par. $100.
Bank of Camdon. 15
Bank of Chester. 15
Bank of Georgetown. 05
Bank of Hamburg. 15
Bank of Newberry. 20
Back of South Carolina. 05
Bank of State of Sooth Caro?
lina, prior to 1861. 25 30
Bank of State of South Caro?
lina. 1861 aod 1862. 23 28
Commercial Baak Colombia.. 15
Exchange Bank of Columbia 03
Farmers' nod Exchange Bank
of Charl eaton. 03
Merci) an ta' Bunk of Ohoraw. 03
Plantera' Bank of Fairfield.. 03
State Bank. 03
These quotations are liable to fluctua?
tion. Securities sent to me will be re?
mitted for as direoted, at the beat mar?
ket rates. Stooks and Bonds of every
description bought and sold.
LATEST QUOTATIONS OP SOOTTHERN SH
TUBITTES IN OHAELESTON. S. C-Correotod,
December 15, 1871, by _
Banker and Broker, No. 25 Broad street.
Names of Securities. Hate In. Ojf'dAgked.
North Carolina, old.... 6 - 6
N. Carolina, new. 6 .... 18
South Carolina, old.... 6 .
3. Carolina, new. 6 .
3. C. reg'd stock, ex in. 6 .
Georgia, new, (gold)... 7 - 90
Georgia, now. 7 .... 86
Georgia. 6 .... 80
Tennessee, old. 6 .... 66
Tennessee, new. 6 .... 66
Alabama. 8 _100
alabama. 5 - 68
om 8EOTJBin ES.
Atlanta, Ga., bonds.... 8 .... 86
Atlanta, Ga., bonds- 7 - 76
Aa gusta. Ga., bonds... 7 .... 85
Charleston stock. 6 .... 68
Oharl'n Fire Loan b'ds 7 _ 71
Columbia, S. C., bonds 6 _ 60
Oolombua, Ga., booda. 7 _ 70
Macon, Ga.,bonds_ 7 _ 73
Mohilo, Ala. 8 _ 80
Mobile, Ala. 5 _ 58
Montgomery, Ala. 8 - 82
Memphis, Tenn., b'nds
ula... 6 55 53
44 new.. 6 53 66
endorsed 6 60
Nashville, Tenn. 6 _ 62
Savannah,Ga., bonds. 7 - 86
Wilmington, N. 0. 8 _ 76
Wilmington, N. 0. 6 .... 72)4
Atlantio and Golf. 7 .... 80
B. lt. R., lBt mortgage 7 - oO
Central Georgia. 7 95
Charleston and Savnn.. 6 _ 65
Charlotte, Col. & Aag.. 7 _ 82
Cherawand Darlington 8 - 90
Oh?raw&Dar.,2dmort 7 _ 72
Ohosap'ke & Ohio, gold 6 _ 94
East Tennessee, Virgi?
nia, endorsed. 6 - 68
East Tennessee and
Georgia, endorsed.. 6 .... 65
Georgia Railroad. 7 95
Green. & Col.. 1st mor. 7 _ 95
Green. & C., State guar 7 - 67
Green. & Col., 2d mort 7 - 50
Laurens. 7 .... 60
Macon and Augusta,
let mortgage. 7 .... 85
Maooo and Augusta,
8st mort.,) guar. by
eorgla Railroad... 7 .... 02
Marjon and Brunswick,
guaranteed by State
M?mph?i^ 7 80 ' 86
Mississippi Central, Isl
mortgage........... 7 .... 85
Mississippi Central, 2d
mortgage.'-.'.....;.. 8 70 75
Mississippi & Tennes?
see, let mortgage... 7 .... 85
Mississippi' & Tennes?
see, consolidated... . 8 .... 75
Mobile and Girard, 1st
mortgage.;....'..... 6 88
Mobile & Montgomery,
gold, 1st mort., end. 8 .... 95
Montgomery and Weet
Point. 1stmortgage. 8 84
Muscogee, Ga...".'.. 7 85
Nashville and Chatta?
nooga, endorsed.... 6 .... 72
North-Eaetern 1st mort. 8 .... 91
North-Ea8tern,2dmortf 8 _ 88
Pensacola ic Georgia,
. 1st mortgage. 7 .... 40
Sav. & Char., let mort. 7 .... 73
Sav. & Char., State gua 7 .... 60
Sav. & Char., 2d mort. 8 _ 70
South O ar l'a, 1st mort. 7 .... 87
South Carolina. ? .... 67
South Carolina. C .... 67
Spartanbnrgand Union 7 ....
Western Alabama, 2d
mortgage, endorsed. 8 _ 93
BAIZJBOAB STOCKS. Par.
Atlantio and Guli.100 _ 25
Augusta & Savannah.. 100 .... 86
Central Georgia.100 113 115
Charlotte, Col. & Aug.. 100 _ 40
Georgia. 100 97
Green, and Col. E.R.. 20 _ 2
Macon and Auguata... 100 .... 40
Macon and Western... 100 .... 110
Memphis & Charleston. 25 8
North-eastern. 50 _ 10
Savannah & Charleston 100 _ 20
S. C. R. R. shares. 100 _ 84
S. C. R. ?. & B'k shares 125 .... 84
South-western Georgia 100 90 ....
Poop's N'i B'k Oharl'n.
capital 8750,000. 100 .... 105
1st Nat'l Bank Oharl'n
capital 8500,000. 100 _125
S. C. Loan & Trust Co. 100 _100
Caro. Nat. Bank, Col'a.
capital 8200,000. 100 100 ...
Central National Bank,
OcTe, cap'l 8100,000 100 100 ...
Nation'l B'k of Cheater,
capital 850,000. 105
Nat'i B'k of Newberry,
Nat'l B'k Spartanbnrg,
S. C. Back &TrnstCo.
capital 8200,000. 100 .... 100
Rank of O barlee ton... . 100 _ 21
Union Bank S. 0. 50 _ 50
People's Bank So. Ca. 4
Plan. & Me. Bank S. C. 25 _ 23
Bank of Newberry. 25 .
Bank of Camden. 50 .
m BOF-T?TJ AN EOUS SECURITIES.
Charleston Gas Co_ 25 _ 20
Oharl'n City R. ?. stock 50 _ 51
GranitovilleMan.Co... 100 114 ...
G. & C. ?. cert, iudeb. 54
N. E. ?. ?., cert, indebt. 65
Mt. Pleasant and Sulli?
van's leland Ferry Co. 100 .... par
Virginia State Coupons .... 46
Tennessee M *' .... 60
City Mnrfree8boro .... 80
City of Nashville coup's .... 80
City Charleston cer. in. par
City of Memphis coup. 75 ...
N. E. ?. ?. pref, stock. 38
S. &U. ?. past due coop.
C. & H. ?. past due ooup.... 40 ...
New York sight.% oft* par
s. o. BANK niXJiS.
*Bank of Charleston.
Bank of Camden.. 15
Bank Georgetown. 1
Bank of S. 0. 5
Bank of Chester. 15
Bank of Hamburg. 18
Bank of Newberry. 12
Bank of the State of
S. C., prior to'61.
" issue '61 and '62.
*P1. & Meo. Bank Char'n.
.People'1? Bunk Oharl'n.
*Uuion Bank Cbarles'n.
*3. W. ?. ?. Bank, old.j
*S. W. ?. ?. Bank, new.
State Bank, Charleston .... 4
Farmers'Ex. B'k Char. 1 _
Exchange Bank, Oolum .... 5 ....
Com '1 Bank, of Colum ._ ?? ....
Bieren. Bank of Cberaw .... 3
Planter'sBank Fairfield .... 3
S. C. bills receivable. 95 ....
Charleston change bills. 95 ....
t?~ Bills marked ?hus (*) are being
redeemed at the counter of above office.
On Thursday evening, December 14,1871, at
the residence of Dr. D. H. Trezevant, by the
Kev. P. J. Shaml. Mr. THOMAS 8. DAV ANT
and Mi s B MA KY TAYLOR, all of this oily.
**7* Yorkville Enquirer and Barnwell Senti?
nel please copy.
At fleise's Gonieotionery,
A LABOE and commodious HOU8E,
situated on corner of Lady and Assem?
bly streets. For particulars, apply to
MRS. J. L. LUMSDEN,
Deo 17 4 On the Premises.
A HOUSE on Sumter street, contain?
ing twelvo rooms, with Kitohen and
Oarden Spot attached. Apply to
Doa 17 t3_J. S. CAMPBELL.
aa u juan JA k Ult IUI
A MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION of beau?
tiful Goods, suitable for Holiday Presents,
such as handsomo FORS, protty bil AWLS,
stylish Bilka, elegant Chromos, Oil Paintings,
every variety, style and oolor lu Kid Gloves;
the popular "Our Own Glove," which wu con?
trol in (hit market.
The bost placo in the State to bny a pre?
sent, at onoo handsome and cheap, in Dry
Goods, Millinery, Boots and Shoes- (some
elegant things in Ladies' Kid and Serge
Boots)-Hats and Caps, Carpets, Rugs and
Oil Oloths; in faot, everything outside of
Grocorios. R. 0. SHIVER ft CO.
R. C. Bnivitn. DAVIO JONF.S.H
NEW sugar-onred HAMS,
Smoked Beef, for sal? low. B. H0PH.
Ht and (tjr Your Friend?.
"We mest all stand together," be said,
looking severely askant at the supposed
delinquent; and the other man present,
being the one addressed, and only a
party eoho, and well paid for it, said,
with a corresponding look in the same |
direction, "Yes, we ought, surely, all to
Bland togothor." And with that over
whelming argument, doubtless they
thought they bad settled the matter for
then and all time.
It was a soene worthy of Dickens or of I
Naafc. Pity we have not tho latter bera j
to serve op the South Carolina ring in !
the same style us Tammany 1 Pity the
Scott, Parker, Neagle and Bampton
faces should not grin ont at us every
week from some Southern Harper, with
the force and ludicrousness they so well
merit, and with equal effectiveness on I
the public mind. If there is suoh a I
large constituency in New York that
-pictures can best reach and enable to
comprehend the situation, so, much
more clearly, there is a larger one here.
"Ought all to stand together!" Now [
that their villainy is being uncovered,
this is their cry. Stand dose together,
so, dear friends, (how very dear some \
friends suddenly become in times of
trouble!) and oover us when threatened
with well deserved punishment and dis?
grace; bear fur us the evil name wo have |
mado for you all, tho shame and discre?
dit we have brought upon our cause and
people in a land already too little dis?
posed to regard ns with favori Standby]
us/ Stand close by us/
What if we do fleece you all, friends I
and foes, so nicely; rob you of every
available penny; ref uno to pay our bills,
and keep your money to build our own
fortunes upon, till having kept it BO j
long, it oomes to seem quite as though
it belonged to ns, and we mean to keep
it altogether. What of that? We arel
fellow Republicans and friends, you
know; you mustn't say a word! And
being friends, we don't exactly like to
ask for it; but if you want a bill paid,
why, you simpletons, don't yon offer us
that nice shave we have been waiting for
so long-only half of it-to divide
around among ns, a la Tammany; and if
you have not enough ont cf thc rest o!
it to pay the employees and other ex?
penses, and are obliged to take for your?
selves considerably less than nothing,
why, that is no special business of ours,
that we know of. We are bonnd to have
the lion's share, anyway, seeing we can.
That is our friend-ship, and clan-ship,
and party-ship, and whatever else you
may call it, when yon come down to the
honest truth of it.
Thank yon, our very dear, sweet
friends; wo didu't know what tho
Dickens and Fanny Feru style of
friends was, till we became acquainted
with you; bot we think we understand
it now pretty thoroughly. It is all ex?
ceedingly nice-for you, we must ac?
knowledge; all these little games yon are
BO well up to with friends and everybody
else; bot with bright Qail Hamilton, wo
fail to find stirring within us the graoious
promptings to accept any such "call to
martyrdom." Friendship is a very good
thing in its way, but we are unromantic
enough not to think it worth starving
for. When it comes to asking people to
go without clothes and to live on air; to
consent to be dunned every time they go
in the street, having co means to pay
their honest debts because you will not
pay yours; yon may be very dear, sweet
friends, indeed; but you are not worth
One of our most prominent and acute
merchants, writing to ns under date of
December 13. eays:
"After careful thought upon the sub
jeot of the bond question and the City
Hall and market improvements now
being carried on by the City Counoil,
and which was freely discussed by your?
self and others in the Board of Trade,
last evening, I am clearly of the opinion
that the whole thing is wrong; and the
sooner a stop is put to it, the better.
Tbefioanoial affairs of the city and State
are not in a coudition nt this time that
wouid warrant the issue of bonds to
j carry on any improvements. The peo?
ple are now burdened with heavy taxer,
and to inoreaso the taxes at this time for
these improvements, would certainly
be very injudicious and unwise. If the
oity required these improvements, it
would be unjust, at this time, to or?ate
bonds for the purpose. The financial
affairs of the country at this time are
such, that we would have to seek a mar?
ket out of the State to sell the bonds,
and, with the present blemish given to
the credit of the State by tho party in
power, I doubt if the oity bonds could
be sold at over forty cents on tho dollar;
and you can see at once that it would be
to the interest of tax-payers to have a
stop put to all these improvements, and
let them stand until things tuke a chango
for the better. I have no idea that the
bonds of the city, with the present ad?
ministration controlling the affairs of the
city, could be sold at over forty cents on
the dollar, and the tax-payers wouid
have to foot the balance. The subject
of taxes seems to be but little under?
stood among the people."
Grand Duke Alexis Hat
You will And at
CHILDS & WILEY'S
Clothing and Hat House.
ALSO, tho now PRIZE COLLAR-a prize
in every box; sealed, and guaranteed
that every box contains a prize.
Dec 17 _ _Imo
USEFUL, DURABLE AND CHEAP!
? s> ?
SETT FURS, SILK DRESS,
Bilk Poplins, Scotch Plaids,
Kid Olovoe, Half HOMO,
Ladies' Hose, Cashmoro HOBO,
Ladies' Mado-up Garments in:
Chemises. Gowns, Corset Covers,
Boulevard Skirts, Nilsson Jackets,
Double Shawls. MisBes'Sacks,
Cloaks and Jackets,
Gent's Undor-vests,Cassimere Birts,
Setts Collara and Sleoves,
Lace Handkerchiefs, Uem-stitchod Hand?
kerchiefs, in fancy boxes.
Half do/.ou Linen Bosom Shirts,
Sash Ribboua, Nock Rinbons,
Roman Tios, Nilsson Shawls,
Table Covers, Piano Covers,
Napkins and Towels,
Water-Proof Cloak, for ladies and misses.
Volvet and Plash Sacks,
Cloth Cloaks, Ladies' U oder- vest A,
Cloth Snits, including many other fanoy
CARPETS, Rugs, Ottomans and Blankots.
BIG STOCK OP DOMESTIC GOODS.
Merchants from the country will find our
WHOLESALE STOCK COMPLETE.
All goods Bold as low as thoy can be bonght
W. D. LOVE A CO.
W. D. Lova,
B. B. MoCasxav. Da? IT
OAXPBK, December 18,1871.
THE members of the Executive Committee
of the Tax-payers' Convention of South Ca?
rolina ere requested to meet in Charlea ton,
st the Boome of the Chamber of Commerce,
on WEDNESDAY, the 90th dey of December
instant, at 7 o'clock P. li.
Deo 188 JAMES OHE8N?T, Chalr'n.
Mocking Bird for Baie.
i A splendid Singer. One year old. For
informa1 ion, apply at this office.
fresh Biscuit? and Cracker?.
LABOE assortment and cholos variety,
Jost lu and for ?ale low. E. HOPE.
Look to Christmas-To Ladies.
ON band, and m&nnfeotnrics daily, the
greatest variety of OASES ever made tn
this city. Quality unsurpassed. Plain, Fruit
and Black Cakes, all sises, ornamented and
marked in a superior manner. All orders
promptly attended to, at
Deo 163 HEISES CONFECTIONERY.
Fire Cr aokers and Fire Works
PA BOXES of No. 1 GOLDEN CHOP FIBE
10 boxes Cannon Crackers.
Also, a large assortment of Roman Candles,
from 6 to 20 balls; Wheel Rockets, Serpents,
Flower Pots, Blue Lights.with a great vari?
ety of fancy Fire Works, just received, at
Deo 18192022_E. POLLARD'S.
WANTED, a BESIDENCE, with eight
' or more Booms, Coach House, Stable,
-?Garden and some Land, within a mile
of Main street. Apply to Meears. D. C.
Peixotto A Bon._Dec 16 3
I OFFEB for sale the most desirable
BESIDENCE in the oily, known as the
."Walker place," situated on Upper
Boundary street, near the Fair Grounds.
WiU sell the Besidenoe with fonr or six acres
attached, as may bo desired; an excellent
Well, and Out-houses in complete repair.
The Orchard comprises several hundred trees
of aeleot frr'ts. Apply to
EIC 6 A RD O'NEALS, JR.,
Deo 15_Cotton Town.
Q ft BALES EASTERN HAY, SB fine as ever
fjvj bronght to this market,
2,000 lbs. Wheat Bran,
100 buahola Cow Peas, for sale at
Dec 15 t_Main street.
A FINE iron array PONY-an excel?
lent Saddle Nag. For particulars,
?pp!y et the Pa<H???x o thoo. Dee 14
How Landing and to Arriye.
K/^a HHDS. New Orleans SUGAR,
l)V/ 200 bbls. New Orleans Molaesea,
2,000 bbls. Planting Potataes,
150 hhds. Reboiled Molasses,
50 hhds. Muscovado Molasses.
For sale bv O. W. WILLIAMS A CO.
A Beautiful Assortment of Chromos, in
AL80, a fine stock of WRITING DESKS,
Albums, Work-Boxes, Portfolios, Illus
trated Booka for children, Gold Pens, Pecket
Booka, .tc, for a-lo at
BRYAN A M o C A RT ER'H
Deo 8 Bookstore.
Revenue Stamps! Revenue Stamps!
ALL DENOMINATIONS for sale at the
nsnal discount, at the 80UTH CARO
LINA BANK AND TRUST CO._Deo 7
A GHEISTM?8 TREE
With a variety ot ohoice and useful
FANCY ARTICLES FOR PRESENTS.
SOMETHING serviceable, aa well as orna?
mental. Such articles can be found, at
low prioea, in C. F. JACKSON'S Store,
Deo 14_Main at reet.
L. E. JOHNSON.
Grocer and Commission Merchant,
Worth & Worth's New Building,
Wilmington, fi. C.
IN store and constantly receiving BACON,
Bides and Shoulder, Sugar-Cured llama,
Dry Salted Moats, Pork. Au grades of Flour,
Coffee, Bugar, Syrup, Candy, Butter, Cheese,
Lard, Potatoes, Apples, Onions, Ac. Macke?
rel in barrels, quarter barbels and kits, Nos
1 and 2, and toll assortment of Groceries,
which, rooeiving from first hands, can offer at
Conaignments of Cotton and produce BOII
> cited, which will receive prompt attention
and quick returns. Deo 12 gmo
?THE largest and moat varied
Btock of Southern acclimated
FRUIT TBEES, adapted to onr
-soil and olimato, consisting of
Apples, Peaches, Pears. Plums,
Almonds, Aprioots and NectarinoJ, from the
earliost to tue latest; Cherries, Qaiooes, Figs.
Hazle Nuta, English Walnuts and Spanish
Cheatnnte. several One varieties; Grape Yines,
embracing chuteo table kinda; Strawberries
and Raspberries, Evorg reena, iu great variety,
for ornament and for oemeteriea; Botes-all
tho beat: Dahlias, Gladiolas, Liliea, Ac; Or?
namental Flowering Shrub?, Aaparagus and
Horse Radish Root?, Oaage Orange and Ma?
cartney Roao, for hedges. Cboioe Fruit Trees
of all kinda, which will bear the first season if
transplanted early, will be furnished at mode?
rate prices. A new prioed oatalogue rout to
all wno apply.
Persona wishing, will please apply direct to
the proprietor. WM. SUMMER,
Dec 13 fimo Pomaria, S. C.
Fire Crackers and Torpedoes.
1 fifi BOXES FIRE CRACKERS,
1UU 25 boxoa Torpedoes, for salo by
Dec 2 JOHN AGNEW A BON.
A A CAB-LOAD of FINESW
IfcTT-SUORSEB and MULES. Call'^?
f V/N at Logan's Stables and exa-^SJSL
1 1 ' 1 mine them. J. M. TALBoTT.
^ A LOT of fine Kentucky ^
*%, m MULES and HORSEB, jual ar-iY00C
rived. Call at /" M
tSsVff? DALY'S STABLES,
Pot 7_On Assembly street.
Toys, Candies, &c.
TOYS of all kinds and descriptions, plain
and fanoy Candies, Nuts, Lemons, rigs,
j Jollies and Canned Fruits.
Bread, Cakea and Rude, irtaii erery morn?
ing, at P. W. KRAFT'S,
Nov 7 Main street;
State of South Carolina--!"airfield Co.
The 8tate of South Carolina, plaintiff, VB. the
Bpartanbnrg and Union Railroad Company,
and others, creditors.-Order for Sale, dbe.
BY virtue of a decretal order in the above
stated case, all the creditors of the
bpartanbnrg and Union Railroad Company
are requirou to prove and establish their de?
manda against the said Company, before ns,
as Special Roforoea. at the law office of James
H. Rion, Esq., in Winnaboro, B. C.. on the
'?Cth, 27th,28ih, 29th and 30th days of Decem?
ber, A. D. 1871, and on the 23d, 24th, 25th,
.?Mi. 27th and 28th days of January. A. D.
1872. JAMES M. BAXTER,
THOMAS B. JETEB,
Nov 20 _Speoial Referees.
WE have reoeived a Urge supply or tho
following gooda, which we are offering
at low prices:
Whole, half and quarter boxes RAISINS,
Nov 23_JOHN AGNEW A BON.
One Puncheon Loohgilphead.
rpHE best SCOTCH WHISKEY. Dealers
A oan have it nearly at cost.
Nov 18 JOHN O. 8BBGBB8?
Auction ?S*JL<?* .
BY JACOB LE VUS.
On TUESDAY MO BN INO next, at 10 o'clock,
weather pormlttiug, I ?III ?ell, at my ?toro,
A general variety Of BACON, Grocerleo,
Fancy Article.:,, ?c.
Sale positive, t o close consignments.
Dec 17 _: _
A Chance for All!
atv THE ?nbsorib ers will offer for ?ale,
'IA on WEDNESDAY, the 20th loetant,
<SS*LJLFTT Singleton'? Headquarters Place,
near Acton'? Depot, on the Wilmington, Co?
lombia and Angosta Railroad, forty bead of
well-broke yoong MULES, together with
CARTS and HARNESS. Sale post tire.
Deo 14_ELLIS Sc JOYNER.
State of 8outh Carolina-Bichland Co.
IN TUE COMMON PLEAS.
By JACOB LE VIH, Auctioneer.
Mary D. Pair, a? Executrix of the will of Sa?
muel Pair, deceased, vs. Jaoob Geiger et al.
-Complaint to marshall Assit? for Dower
PUB8UANT to a decretal order in the
above entitled cause, I will ?ell before tb?
Court Honae, ia Columbia, on the FIRST
MONDAY in January next, between the legal
boura, tb? following REAL EMT ATE. to wit:
Snob, portion? of two (3) square? of land, lo
the oily of Columbia, BB belonged to the lat?
Samuel Fair, deoea?ed; one known as tb?
"Hospital Lot," boundod by Washington,
Barnwell, Winn and Lady streets, and th?
square contiguous thereto, boundod by Lady,
Barnwell, Winn and Gervais streets. Tbs
abova will bo ?old in lots of about ona-quarter
of an sore each, a plat whereof can be ?e?n at
the offioe of the undersigned.
TEBMS or SALE.-Casu sufficient to pay
coats doe; of the balance, ono- half payable on
the 1st day of March, 1872. and the other ball
on the 1st day of Maroh, 1878 The purchase
money to be secured by bond and approved
personal security, with a mortgage of the
premises sold: but if one-half ot tb? pur?
chase money be paid in oash, then tbs per?
sonal security will be dispensed with. Pur?
chasers to pay for stamps and papers.
Deo lOf D. B. MILLER, Special Before?.
State ol South Carolina-Richland Co.
Wade Hampton, administrator of Wads
Hamptom, deceased, plaintiff, sgainst
Catherine M. Hampton, C. F. Hampton,
Richard C. Riohardaon and others, defend?
IN obedience to an order, dated the 9th ot
December, 1871, and signed by the Hon.
Samuel W. Melton, of the Firth Circuit of the
State of South Carolina, the undersigned will
sell, on thu first MONDAY in January next,
before the Court House in Columbia, all tbat
tract cf LAND, ?ituattd about four miles from
Columbia, known aa tb?. Mill Tract.containing
about 2,400 acres, more or les?, bounded on
the North by lands of Samuel Dent, and
touching the Camden Road; South by the
traot lately of Rawlinson & Hocott, and th?
Millwood traot, and tho Messrs. Hampton's
and the Hutchinson tract; East by lands of
E. Gilmer; and West by lands of W. R.
The tract containing about 250 aovea, mora
.r less, bounded by 1 un tis of the estate of E. J.
Arthur, L Hancock, G. A. Trenbolm, and
estate of Frank. Hampton.
The traot known as the Mill Traot basa
good saw mill in complete running order
upon it; is well timbered, with abundant
water power. Tho burnt mill tract has a fine
mill seat directly on the South Garoltua Rail?
TEEMS or SALE-One-third cash; balanco In
one and two years; credit portion to be se?
cured by bond of purchaser and mortgage of
the promises. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. JOHN 8. GREEN,
Dec 10 m4_Speoial Referee.
Sale Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
The State of South Carolin a, plaintiff, against
the Spartanburg and Union Railroad Com?
pany and others, creditor,-, deftudantB.
IN obedience tn an order dated 15tb day ot
November, 1871, passed by the Hon. James
M. Rutland, Judge of the 4th Circuit, of the
State of South Carolina, tho undersigned will
selb on the FIRST MONDAY in January, 1872,
at Unionviile, in the County of Union, in the
Stat? of South Carolina, before tb? Court
House door, between the hours of ll o'olook
In the forenoon and 3 o'olook in the afternoon,
at public outcry, to the highest bidder, tbs
whole of tho SPARTANBURG AND UNION
RAILROAD, including the Road-bed, Right ol
Way, Grading, Bridges, Masonry and Super?
structure, lying ana situate in the Counties
of Fairfield, Union and Spartanburg; all thc
?tock subscribed for io the Spartanburg and
Union Railroad Company ; tho char tor ed rights
and privileges thereof; the railroad spikes
chairs and equipments, and all the property
owned by said company, as incident or neoes
jary for its business, on the following terms
to wit: Twenty-five thousand ($25,000) dol
lars oaeh, and the balance in three eqna
semi annual instalments, with interest oi
each instalment from the day of sale, to b<
?ecured by the bond of the purchaser, with i
mortgage cf the entire property sold. Thi
purcbaser will also be reunir od to pay for al
stamps aud papers.
If the highest bidder should fail to pay a
onoe tho twenty-five thousand ($25,000) dot
lars aforesaid in cash, the property nereiube
fore advertised will immediately be offered
at the time and place above mentioned, upoi
the terms already stated, for re-eale.
J AM EH M BAXTER.
THOMAS B. JETER,
NOVEMBER 28.1871._ _Referees.
Sooth Carolina-Richland County.
D. B. DeBau'Bure, administrator, de boni
non, of Alexander Brodie, dec? ased, os. He
ratio McCleudguan, administrator of C. H
Black, dt-coaced James Black. William M
Cline, Muiviu M. Sams, et ux , Catherin
Ashton), John PbileOli, Eliz i A. PbilfiOI
Rev, Mr. Henning, Sana Henning, Mary An
i Brodie. al-Complaint for relief, dre.
To the defendants Jamen* Black, William K
Cline, Catherine Ashfoid, John Pbilsoi
Eliza A. Philaon, Rev. Mr. Henning, Han
Henning and Mary Aim Brodie
YOU are hereby ummonca und required I
answer the complaint in this action, <
wnioh a oopy is herewith served upon you, ac
to servo a copy of your answer to the sal
complaint on thc eubscribei ?, at their office t
Columbia, within twenty days after the servit
hereof, exclusive of the day of euch servie
and if you fail to answer tho complaint with:
the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this acth
will ap ph- to the Court for the relief dem andi
in the complaint. D. B. DBSAUSSUBE,
Dated November 18. 1871.
To the defendants.
Take notice that the sum mons in this actio
of which the foregoing is a copy, was filed
the office of the Clerk of the Court of Coi
mon Pleas, for Riohlaud County, at Columbi
State of South Carolina, aforesaid,on tho 24
day of November, iu the year 1871.
D. B. DESAUSSURE,
Dated November 80 1871. Dec 1 fml2
State of Sooth Carolina-Riobland 0
Wade Hamp on, ?.dministrator, plainti
against Catherine M. Hampton, Christoph
PT Hampton, menard O. Riohardaon, ai
BY virtue of a decretal order lu the alto
stated oaae, all the creditors of WAI
HAMPTON, deceasod. aro hereby required
prove and establish their demanda agair
his estate, on or before the FIRST MON Di
in February, 1872, before me, at Columbia.
JOHN 8. GREEN,
Deo 9 m4 Special Referee
The Royal Family.
PRINCE88 ROYAL, born November :
Prince of Wales, born Novo mb or 9,1841.
Princess Alice, boru April 16. 1843.
Prince Alfred, born August G, 1844.
Prinoess Helena, born May 25,1846.
Princess Louisa, born Maroh 18,1818.
Princo Art hut. born May 1.1850.
Prince Leopold, born April 7.1853.
Princess Beatrioe, born April 14,1857.
Tho Crowning Glory of al', is the "QUEE1
The Blood of the Nation made pure
using HEINITSH'S "QUEEN'S DELIGH
and his BLOOD and LIVER PILLS.
QAA AAA FEET OF LUMBER,
OUUaUUvF 60,000 feet of well s
soned Flooring on hand.
Orders for Lath, and all kinds Lumber (ll
at short notice. Apply at our Lumber Yt
on Lady street and Greenville Railroad
address W. LOWRY ? OO.,
Od 218mo Boa ItO, Oolambia, 8. <