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Anawa* RIORDAN, DAWSON A GO..
Ho. 1? Broad street, Charleston, S. 0.
?EIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1873.
,' \ - y ' ii " '? a a
j ? ? " KMW3 Or XB?JOAT,
-French opera has been abandoned ID New
Orleans. X >S>
l^liMaaViHe^naDi-goveraor ls buying
real estate lil North Carolina.
-A'toww York saloon-keeper advertises for
"a boy to open oysters about fifteen years
.a-The'Chicago papers are diBCUss!.-g the pro
BrJe^ .ofJahx)hAbJng. street ralhJads in that
-A manager^, was sold out at auction In
Memphis lately, each article being disposed of
cc Its own merits.
-Bufos Do 1 bear, the well known commercial
cottage- man, ot Hew Orleans, died on the 2ist,
aged rdxty-five years. 11 ::
' iroflperous merchant has for lils motto:
."tb bed and early to rise ; never get tight,
-Young lad!ea axe now wearing their sash
ribbons tied on the right side of their waist,
instead of at the back as heretofore.
-Duluth's oldest inhabitant ls selling cer?
ner lots for one thousand dollars which cost
him one dollar and twenty-five cents an acre
eleven years ago.
.?-Next "Saturday the business manager of
tba Grand Opera House, New York, will let
robe?six'thousand toy balloons aa?an adver
ttsemenL0 '.'1 "'
-A^noanCAthollc prie it .at Paterson, N.
Jy forbWdeu 'jf??u?gi to accept money
for thiilr votes, and instructed those who may
have reoeiy*d money with ouch understand?
ing to retara lt at once.
* -A wedding is to come off in Philadelphia
U ,$eeembe*, with twelve bridesmaids, all
attired by Worth, of Paris. The bride's dress
will be of Belgian lace and cost nine thousand
dellars In gold.
?'^AHoeton woman, who has been reading
la Ute papers that Sunday marri ages are l ile -
gal,-writes to the papers to know how lt Is
with a baby bora oa 8unday. If so, which
shouia be' punished-the father, the mother,
ar the baby ? ,
-Proieesor Tyndall, the English scientist,
under the auspices of the" Smithsonian Insti
tatejjsda deliver a course of lectures lu Wash
-tuawm mjfjiuunia on ??.?--_
ber. Sd, add' continuing alternate nights for
-People from the coon try about, Macon o a.,
repOTtrthe picking of the cotton crop as rapid
ly going forward-'.bat if the weather contln
?ee tue, the whole of lt will be gathered by
the 15*0. or loth of November. Two-thirds have
already been gathered, ginned and baled.
-One of the latest French fashions among
tte ladles ls to wear oa the bead a wide tor?
toiseshell band, something siter tbe style of
pictures seeo..ol Greek ladies In olden times.
They are ornamented with small gold balls or
stAraf anti are" very effective, particularly for
"--the Paris papers announce that when the
Assembly resuoieeltailaingi an effort will be
t to make M. Thiers President tor life, cre
. upper chamber, and the office of Yice
Erealdeiu; to remodel the Assembly and mod?
ify the election laws by rea trie tlo ns on uni ver?
sai suffrage. lt Is supposed that this will give
Stability to the republic. Ia via VJ of the man?
ner In which Gapbetta's republican Ideas are
popularly received, and the inflammable ma?
terial of France, such an effort would likely
pvodooe another revolution.
-A. remarkable tragedy occurred last Mon
dajrevenlns at the Crescent; City; About six
o'clock two ot the most notorious roughs in
SewOrteano, named Jerry Lyons and Joba
Henry, accidentally met on Common street,
near Charles street, when they mutually re
eorved to'settle an old feud by arma. Both
hoc revolvers and bowie knives.. They con?
tinued the battle until their ammunition was
exuded, then- began hacking with knives.
Bo deadly was the encounter that both com?
batants were fatally wounded, each of the men
t?yrng before modi cal aid could be extended
Although a large number of persona were la
Ur* neighborhood, none were Injured. The
pollc? maintained a masterly Inactivity.
Rin the course of the lecture cii Saturday,
By'Miss Emily Faithfull, she made ono very
pplntedremarkuponananomalylQ the mar?
riage ta*s Of England as compared with'the
property laws of that country. She said that
the. solemn pledge of the English marriage
service maxes tbe husband say, 11 with all my
worldly goods I thee endow." Yet at the
saiae time, the property la we are such that tbe
husband retains possession cot ooly of bis
ew^r?pwty but gains possession bf all be?
longing to hil Wife. While it ls undoubtedly
true1 that 'this remark Is subject to special
qua^catioD, to the extent to which marriage
aettrements axe made and other special reser?
vation in favor ol tbe> wife, lt ta tbe common i
law doctrine on the subject. It ls, therefore, '.
.^r#sjdf?bJeetifortbe pointed and proper i
crttlOB?whiiBh MlssFaltbiuUmade, rd manyj
oftne States of the American Union, perhaps!
^Bost ofthem, the marriage and property
laws tje flramsd la a much fairer spirit to?
wards maxrled women.
.^T^'San Fraucisco Call, in a retrospec
j^f?^pm:oi thehistory ofthat oily, takes a
rather dtaoenraging view ot affairs, and is
inclined to doubt whether, after all, San Fran?
cisca baa fulfilled lu mission, or ls what In the
tia? order"of things lt should be. It has In the
i wtF?ty-flve years of lt* existence attained the
TeputarJon of being an enterprising city, and
"Ita people a pushing, active, energetic com?
munity. Less than twenty-ave years ago the
?'te bi the Golden City was a sandy'waste,?
covered with chapparal. To-day lt ta a buayj
iaajt with a permanent population one of han
<ired and seventy thousand, with churches,'
public boMings, schools, with ail the oonae
.queuts and attendants o? civllltatlon. One
-aast admit that thia is something, bot yet
.-rhett It ls remembered that it Is the ooly port
whereihe vast commerce of the Pacific meets
the Cootineat;lbat for its founding and build
toggoW waa^mbst as plea'.y as dirt; that the
climate Is unequalled in the world; that the
agricultural resources of the region are
simply. Illimitable; that a txans-oontinental
railroad has bean constructed in Its favo:'by
government, we may even abare In the doubts
of the-'Call as to whether, with all these splen?
did opportunities, the City of Ban Francisco
occupies tbe position it should to-day.
-An eccentric character died recently In St.
Louis, Mo., who Is described by a correspond
ent as follows: "There died in this city yes?
terday of Bmall-poz an eccentric old man
named Hotoaklsa, generally known as the
'Snapping Doctor,', the 'Bag Doctor' and the
'Dirty Doctor.* Hotcbklss waa an illiterate
man, who claimed to have supernatural
powers of healing the sick through the agency
of animal magnetism, and extraordinary
stories of miraculous cures of ohronlc diseases
by him are lu circulation among the ignorant
people who believed in him. He was a very
old man, and claimed to be one hundred and
forty years of age, with an expressed determi?
nation to live until the second coming of
Christ, He was not only very old, but he
was also a very dirty man. It Is Bald that for
twenty years be bas not. washed himself, and
his apartments reeked with filth. Dr. Hotcb?
klss was a queer-looking old fellow. He wore
along gown and a red fez cap. His sharp,
haggard features, begrimed with the accumu?
lated dirt ol years, his brilliant black eyes,
restless with tho fires ot Insanity* end his
long, matted, snow-white beard, gaye him a
weird, unearthly look. His extreme age can
not be doubted, though it la hardly probable
that he was one hundred and forty."
The He) ult ta the County.
The board ol county canvassers have at
last completed their tiresome examination
of the vote of Charleston County In tba re?
cent State election, and their messenger is
this morning speeding to Columbia with
their official return. They have apparently
striven industriously and faithfully to re?
doce the blundering returns of the clumsy
managers to something like ey stem and ac?
curacy, and the result of their labora is now
to be reviewed by the State board ol can?
vassers, inila board ia by law composed ol
the Secretary o! the State, (Francia L. Car
dozo,) the Comptroller-General, (John L.
Neagle, ) the State Auditor, (whose office is
now merged In that of the Comptroller
General,) the State Treasurer, (Niles G.
Parker,) tho Adjutantand Inspector-General,
(Franklin J. Moses, Jr.,)and the Chairman
of the Committee on Privileges and Elec?
tions of the House of Represen tat! ves, (Wil?
liam H. Jerrey ) The rjpard is to assemble
at Columbia on or before the 10th inst, and
It is made their da ty "to determine and de?
sojare what persons have been, by the
?? greatest .number of votes, elected to the
?. varions offices, and to each of them."
They abo 4'flave power, and it la made their
" duty, to decide all cases under protest or
44 content that may arise, when the power to
44 do so does not, by the Constitution, reside
"lo some other body.'' The resalt of the
election IQ this connty, so far as it can be
determined by tho county canvassers, has
already been fully published IQTHENEWS;
but there have been numerous charges of
gross irregularities in the management of
the election and the counting of the voles,
and it ia understood that Sheriff Mackey and
his supporters have been Industriously en?
gaged, since the election, in securing sworn
RtAtpniont.a nfonfth Irrai'nla.ritips. which
they intend to bring before the State board
of canvassers, in the expectation of having
tbe vote of those precincts at wbioh the
Irregularities occurred thrown out of the
count A fortnight will probably determine
what weight the State board of canvassers
will attach to these charges. At all events,
it is quite safe to say that nobody can tell
who is elected until the result has been offi?
cially declare*, by that board.
What Charleston Steen?.
While the prosperity and progress of
Charleston, during the last year or two,
have been so marked as to afford just cause
for pride and rejoicing among her people,
the fact that the burnt district still remains,
In a grear, measure, a scene of ruin and
desolation in the very heart of the city, In,
to say the least not creditable to the ener?
gy and business pluck of the community.
That so large an area of the best building
rites in Charleston should have been left
paean t year after year, is mainly attributable
? the short-sighted policy of the Legisla?
te in refusing to give substantial encour?
agement to those among us who have the
viii and the means to rebuild. It was pro?
posed to exempt from State and municipal
taxation, for the tenn of live years, all im?
provements upon the lots which bad been
iwept by the fire. The measure was so
dearly an advantageous one for the inter?
ests of the city and State, as well as of onr
Impoverished people, that it is hard to un?
derstand how it happened to encounter any
opposition at alL Bat somehow-perhaps
because it had not die magical greenback
logic In its favor-it did fall to become a
law; and, as a consequence, the contented
sows are still quietly browsing in the plea?
sant pasturage of thia dismal rua in woe,
which fire created and folly maintains for
.heir exclusive beneSt
If the members of the new Legislature
sare to see the metropolis of South Carolina
rise from the ruins which for eleven years
nave challenged the commiseration of every
visitor ; ir they would see thousands of me
?anics busy and earning good wages,
ffhere now there ls bot scant work for hnn
Ireds; if they would create millions of addi?
tional taxable resources, for which the city
ind State will otherwise have to wait until
ioomsday, they will hasten to repair the
itupid error cf their predecessors, and pass,
?nong the earliest measures of the session,
i law which will encourage capitalists from
inroad to invest in Charleston, and allow
Dur own unfortunate citizens a breathing
spell In which to rebuild and beautify their
The state Press and the New Governor,
[From the Sumter Watchman.]
The incoming administration stands solemn?
ly pledged, m their platform and its frequent
reiteration throughout the canvass, to Ignore
the Interest upon any and all portions of the
publlo debt upon which the shadow of Illegal
Ity rests. And however the reliability of these
pledges .may be regarded by some, by others
and by many:importance is thereto attached.
But be thia os lt may, the collection of tax by
the old regime, and, of course, the use of the
money, would put, it out ol the power of the
i Qcomlng administration to redeem the pledges
made, at leant fora time. Should the ??brt be
made, as Indicated by Hr. Gary, we hope to
see some decided action on the part o? those,
I wino ara soo o to assn m e the reins of the State
f Govern ment. Any a a ch action, we have no
I hesitation , in saying, would meet ample sup?
port at the hands.or the people of all classes.
M* . ' *. [Prom tba Clarendon Press ]
It tests with him (Moses) now to give the
ile to these forebodings ot his political ene
j mles by entering, at the very threshold of his
' gubernatorial career, upon the work of needed
reform. Such a course would vindicate his
character and assure the apprehensive citizens
ot South Carolina, who honestly feel dark des?
pair settling upon their henrie, that all will
yet he well, and that there 1B a bright nun re
lor onr unhappy State. He should remember
I that the very tact of his being a native citizen
of Sonth Carolina, (after our melancholy ex?
perience with the carpet-bag gentry,) induced
the support of a large part of even the white
i voters, and stayed the hands of others, who,
but for this, would have been active Bnpporf
ers ot Mr. Tomilneon. The confidence ot the
masses In men to the manor born was exem?
plified in bis election, notwithstanding his re?
cord did not compare favorably, If the chargea
of peculation amount to anything, with that
of his competitor. Let him not disappoint the
hopes ol the people raised by such patriotic
presumptions based upon citizenship. To this
cause he Is largely indebted for the apathy of
the white people In the contest Just closed,
and their failure to deliver a soi ld vote, though
in the minority, in favor of his opponent.
Let us hope, then, that he will, aa stated In a
speech at Columbia, subsequent to hlB elec?
tion, be careful to guard the best interests of
' all the Inhabitants of South Carolina, irre
j apecU ve of race and color. If lt shall turn ont.
upon the experiment being tried, that the
welfare of our State IB safer in the bands of
men who drew their first breath upon her
sou, than in those of the adventurers who
came among us with minds Inimical to us, lt
will surely be suoh a result as might naturally
be looked for.
. The Multlpl cation of Hats.
It ls an old saying that enough Is as good as
a feast. The axiom will apply to that Invent?
ive genius who has just evolved from the re?
cesses ot bis brain a machine by which five
thousand hats may be made lp one day. This
la well enough in its way, but what ls the
good of making thirty thousand hals a week
If the maker cannot find thirty thousand new
heads a week to put into them* Heads with?
out hats are certainly not desirable, but how
much less desirable are hats without beads.
Certainly a happy possessor of one of these
maoblnes ls not obliged to make thirty thous?
and hals a week, if there be no demand for
them; but ii there be no demand, what ls the
use of Inventing a machine that will make so
many? Here ls a case of misplaced Ingenuity,
of genius thrown away; but lt ls not so bad as
that mac'ilne that could turn out six thousand
glass eyes In an hour, or one hundred and for?
ty-four thousand a day. Only think how
many people would have to get rid of one eye
in order to properly reward the ingenious
Inventor of this valuable triumph ot mind
Joint Stork Compaitfi.
OmaL&K RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COM?
PANT ror the benefit or the State orphan Asy mm.
CLASS Na WT--THDBSDAT MORNINo. Oct. 31.
CLASS KO 223-THCRSDJ Y EVENING. Oct 81.
novi-i A. MOROSO, Sworn Oommstsloner
<Eopaitittril}i)j0 and fihsa-oinnons
name and style or COUNTS A WROTON, ror the
purpose jr carrying on the Cotton Factorage and
! ueueral commission Business. Office South At
I lan tic Wharf, Exchange Bow.
T. j. coDNTS,
_ W. H. WROTON.
Charleston, Ootcber 16,1872. ootl9-lmo
j ^OADEMY OF MUSIC SALOON.
ULSTERS on the Half-Shell, and Hot Tom and
Jerry to-night. Also, Lunch from ll to l o'clock.
ootT-lmo Late Barkeeper at the H?ls House.
we are prepared to furnish the "HYMNAL" at
the lowest introduction prices. A variety or
?tylea. Prices rrom 20c, 40c, 60o, 76c, $1 and up
FOOABTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
NEW CATALOGUE. No. 28.
A NEW IMPORTATION OP ENGLISH BOOKS.
The Practical Philosopher, a Daily Monitor ror the
business men or England and others, by
David Thomas, D. D.. $8.
Unexplored Syria, by Richard F. Burton and
Charles F. t. Drake, 2 vola, $16.
Han In the Past, Present and Future, rrom tbe
German or Dr. L. B?chner, by W. S. Dallas, F.
0. S^ $4. .
Wandermgs in Scripture Landa being a Tour or
nine months m ins years 1869M0. Dy Thomas
Robinson, D. D., $2 60.
Memoir of Count De Montaiembert, by Mrs. Oli?
phant, 2 VOIS., $12.
Acts of u allan try, by Lambton Young, C. E.,
Thoughts and Meditations on the Mysteries of
LHe, by John frith, $3 76.
Shakespeare and Typography, the Art of Printing;
also remarki upon some common Typograph?
ical Errors with reference to the Text or
Shakespeare, by William Blades, $1 60.
On the Preservation of Health, or Essays or the
principles to be adopted by those who desire
to avoid Disease, by Thomas Inman, M. D., ot
London, Third Edition, price. 2 vols., $7.
The Days or the Son or Han, a History or the
Church in the Time or onr Lord, by William
Lee, D. D.. a* 60.
Philosophy or Christianity, or the Purpose and
I Power of tho Gospel, $2 60.
Bible Truths, with Shakespearian Parallels, by
J. B. Selkirk, $2 60.
Angels and Heaven, by Thomas Mills, $2 60.
Growth and Vicissitude* or Commerce, by John
Yeats, L. L. 0., %t 60.
Erewhon, or over the Range, Third Edition, $160.
Demonology and Witchcraft, by Slr Walter Scott
Canoe Travelling, by Warlngton, Baden-powell,
Anecdotal and Descriptive Natural History, by A.
Romer, si 76.
An ec fl otes of Celebrated Hen and Women, by Edi?
tor of London Jest Book, $2.
The Sea Weed Collector, by shirley Hibberd, $l TD.
Half Hours at the Sea side, by J. E. Taylor, F. G.
Science and Commerce, their Influence on our
Manufactures, by P. h. Simmonds. $8.
Roundabout Rambles In Lands or Facts and
Fancy, by Frank R. Stockton, $2 60.
Dr. Oldham's Talk, by C. S Henry, $1 60.
NEW NOVELS, AO.
"EBB-TIDE." By Christian Reid, Author or Mor?
ton House. Paper il. doth $160.
"Dr. Vandyke." By John Esten Cooke. Cloth
$1 26. Paper 76o.
"Lord Kilgobbln." By Charles Lever. Cloth
$160. Paper $1.
"Tho Gulden Lion or Granpere." By Anthony
Trollope, doth $126. raper 76c
"The-New Edition of cooper's Novels." Cloth
$126. Paper 76c.
FOOABTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITOBY,
Na 286 King street, (in toe Bend,)
aprSS-tnthn Charleston, s. O.
? a? inti ? Caros.
J) A. J. SULLIVAN,
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
No. 113 MEETING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO
Desires to inform his mend* and the public
'?L8' h*,"V" Prepared to carry on the GENERAL
5H!?5I?0?DtJ1NESIS- Repairs of all kinds at
**?q*atP< l>eslgns and estimates furnished upon
jyjOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
C???h^A^R^' VENDUE RANGE.
H.rt? 2K??K Wce Paid ror WOOL, WAX
ileta1s.S1^PaperStocic'Iron. ??d ailkmdtor
Deakin COTTON, Naval stores and Scotch
ARION LODGE,,No. 2, L O.-O. F.
The Regular Meeting of tblB Lodge will be
beldTHiBEv*NrMo.'at7 o'olocfcat Odd Fellows'
Hau. . .ROBERT ft 8TARB,
novl-* v _Secretary.
STRICT OBSEBVANCB LODGE, No. 73,
A. F. M.-The Regular Monthly Communica?
tion of tbla Lodge will ne held at Holmea'? Ly?
ceum, at 7 o'clock," TRIS ETENiNO. The Arrear
List will receive Its final action;
By order or the WoraDiptul Master,
novl E. H. LBHAN, secretary.
MEDICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH CABO
UNA-The Regular Monthly Meetlog or
tbla Society will be held THIS EVENING, at 7
O'Clock. * MANNING SIMO?, M. D.,
OUR SOCIAL CIRCLE.-THE REGU?
LAR Monthly Meering of the Circle wm be
held THIS EVENING, the 1st instant, at 8 o'clock
prectneiy. A lull attendance lt desired.
By order. A.O. PANSIN,
HOMESTEAD BUILDING AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION.-The Montbly Meetinu or
tn>s Association will be held at the Hall ol Charles?
ton Hook and Ladder company, Mo. 2, lu Went,
worth street near King, THIS EVSNIXO, 1st Inst.,
at hair-past 7 o'clock. A few Shat es of Stock will
Le Bold previous to sale of the money. Dues ie
ceived during the day at the store or Wm. O.
w h Hu ea, corner-King and Beau iain streets, and
at the hall In the eventng.
novl_JOSEPH WH1LDEN, Secretary.
EAGLE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-You aro hereby summoned to at?
tend a Regnlar Monthly Meeting or your Com?
pany, at your Bau, on THIS (Friday) EVEN ruo,
lat instant, at 7 o'clock.
By omer. ARTHUR M. COHEN,
novl_ Secretary E. S. F. E. Co.
CHARLESTON LIGHT DRAGOONS
SAB RE CLUB.- Attend Extra Meeting Tins
EVENING, at Rooms ol Qaeen City Club, over C.
D Ahrens's Store, King street, at half-past 7
o'clook. By order. A 0. PALFaBY,
MARION STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Attend the Regular Montbly
Meeting of your Com )any at your Hall, THIS
(Friday) EVBKINO, at 7 o'clock.
By order. GEO. A. OALDEB,
BOARD OF EXAMINERS,. CHARLES?
TON COUNTY.-The Regalar Monthly
M< etlng or the Board of-Examiners or Chariest on
county will be held at the Normal School, Na 3
St. Philip street; oa SATUBDIT, 2d November, at
9 o'clock A. M. ?
Applicants will please be present punctually at
the nour named.
By ordor or the Board.
E. MONTAGUE GRIMES,
octsi-3 ' Chairman.
WANTED, A SMART ACTIVE BOY
to watt on a small lamlly. Apply, with
reference, at No. aa East Bay._novl-l?
WANTED, A COLORED GIRL TO AT?
TEND to a child and af s ist m housework.
Apply at No. io Elizabeth street, opposite Hen
WANTED, A GOOD COOK TO DO
the werk or a small family. Approved
I references required. Apply In Thomas street,
I one door from Radcliffe._ novl-1*
WANTED TO HIRE, A CAPABLE
colored giri as bouse servant. Referen?
ces required. Apply st No. 126 Queen street,
corner of Trapmann._P?T1
WANTED, A HOUS E IN CENTRAL OR
lower part of City, suitable for a small
family. Apply at No. Its Meeting street, novl
WANTED, AN ENGINEER TO RUN A
small Tug Boat rear Georgetown, s. C.
For farther particulars apply to J AM KS R,
P ?INGLE A,BON, No. fl Adger's Wharf. < C181-2 ^
TT7ANTED, A GOOD COOK AND
, TY Washer: also a house aervaut. Apply at
I No. 87 Bull street. _oct8l-2*
WANTED.-A COMPETENT COLORED
Waltlngman, with good recommenda
Moup, may secure a permanent situation at No.
16 Meeting street. . j_oe?81-2
WANTED, TWO MEN TO WORK ON
a Flat. Good wages. Apply at No. 140
Tmddstreet, Wood Yard, immediately. oct81-8?
?YOUNG LADY, WHO CAN TEACH
the English Branches, Latia and Music, ls
very desirousj^obtainlng JL81t?Laii.?5. ."iSs^SS?
ttl, BeinefteYUle.'lr.fi_" _ POI28-12
WANTED, ALL TO GO TO "WHITE'S"
for their Furniture and save 20 per cent.
We weat there and waa surprised to see so much
Faroleare st ?nen low prices. Ula stocE c - vera a
space or about twenty thousand square feet.
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER
SPIhirS OF THK WORLD. THE TREAS
U tiE BOUSE OF AMERICA. TBE QBE AT BOOK
OF THE YEAR. Agents report sales ol 26 to 100
copies m a few hours or days. Prospectus free.
Address J. W. GOUDSPEE1), New York, Chicago,
cincinnati, sr. Louis, New orleans.
Cost ano Sonnb.
MULE LOST.-STRAYED ON THE
evening of the 30: h, a large BAY MULE,
ihe under will ob.lge the owner oy leaving her at
ibo Yard corner Market and state streets.
TO RENT,^H?TARGE HALL IN
third storr of building southwest corner
I Meeting and Mar,;et streets. Also Kitchen on
bame premises with four rooms. THEO. STONEY,
Southern wharf. novi-rw
TO RENT, THAT CENTRAL LOCATED
and desirable store. No. 140 Meeting street,
Lom November l, now occupied by A. W. LEWIN
as a Jewelry shop. Apply at WILSON'S STABLES.
cc t31 2?_
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND COM?
MODIOUS Bedding. No- 140 East Bay. re?
cently oe copied as the Publication Office or THE
>EW?, aijd iormerly known aa the Frenoh Coffee
House. Fur terms, AC, applv at the office of
I THE NB wa, No. IB Broad street._nep28
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND DE?
SIRABLE RESIDENCE No. 9 King street,
receotly finished, suitable for one or two respect?
able families, having all tbe necessary outbuild?
ings tor the accommodation of the same. There
Is on the premises one or the largest cisterns and
one of the best wena of water In the city, apply
on the promises. septa
p OOD^?AR^C??^?^HAI) BY AP^
?OT PLYING at No. 16 Rutledge street, west
siue, near Wentworth; rooms pleasant and airy
oa the line City Railway. .' novl-6*
BOARD.-PERSONS DESIRING PER-:
M ANENT. Day or Transient Board, with the
comforts of a nome, can be accommodated by ap?
plying to No. 16 Rutledge street, two doors from
wentworth._novl f m2*
PRIVATE BOARDING.-G O O D PHI
VATB Board caa be obtained tor Permanent,
transient and Day Boarders, on application at
No. 29 Meeting street. octll-imwlmo*
PLEASANT APARTMENTS AND GOOD
Board can be obtained for Permanent
'iran-dentand Day Boarders. Apply at so. loi
SOUTHERNERS VISITING THE NORTH
can obtain rirst-cir-ss Board at No. y west
Tneoty-niiith street, New York, four doors from
Gluey House, and in the neighborhood or nine or
the principal hotels. Terms $14 per week. Tran
aient Boarders taken._oe tas imo
SINGLE GENTLEMEN OR A FAMILY ?
can obtain BOARD, with pleasant Rooms,
upon reasonable terms, at No. 71 Broad street,
on the south side, between Meeting and King
J?1 I fi E INSURANCE.
THE NOBTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHONIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
' CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,427,826 74.
The undersigned, having Increased tn elr INSUR?
ANCE facilities by the Agency or that strong and
reliable American Company, the PBON1X, or j
Hartford, are now enabled to offer to merchants
and property owneis Policies in the above named
Companies at as low rates as any other first-class
Companies, E. SEBRINQ A CO.,
sep5-3moB No, 14 Broad street,
^OADEM? OF MUSIO.
P08ITlVBLr THREE BIGHTS OSLY-THURS?
DAY, FRIDAY AND 8ATURDAY.
GRAND MATINEE BAT UR DAY.
OCTOBER 31ST, NOVEMBER 1ST AND 2D.
MAOARTHY, LOG RENIA AND O'REARDON I
M?LTUM IN PARVO TROUPE !
MUSIO I MIRTH !, MIMI ORT AND MAGIC I
Mrs. LOTTIE ESTELLE MAOARTHY, Vocalist
HARRY MACARTHY, Author and Great Come?
LORGRENIA. Magician, with bis Performing
Canary Bird and Trained Rnsiilan cat
Professor O'REARDON, Tnirbteronican.
THE MOST ARTISTIC COMBINATION IN
THB WORLD 1
Admission, $1 : Family Circle, 60 cents; Gai.
lery" 25 cenia. No extra otarle for reserved
Msale of seats to commence WBDNE3DAY, octo?
ber soth, at tbe Ror Office or academy.
oct28-fl W. R. HAY PEU. Business Agent.
THIRST ANNUAL GBAND BALL
IRISH VOLUNTEER RIFLE CLUB,
MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER llTH.
Gen. JAMES CONNIE, Hon. A. G. MAGRATH,
001. W. L. TBKNHOLM, Hon. M. P. O'CONNOB,
Maj. G. LAMB BUIST, B. 0 'NEILL, Esq.,
Capt W.A.COURTENAY, P. J. COOOAN, Esq.,
capt JAB M. CABSON, A. Sr. AMAND, Esq.,
Oapt F. W. DAWSON, JOHNF. CNEILL, Esq.,
Capt. E. F. SWHBGAN, Jota? F. TAYLOR, Esq.,
Capt. T. O'BRIEN, P. WALSH, Esq..
J. IL DBVBBEUX, Esq., T. 0i O'BBIEN, Eiq.,
H. FBR0US0N, Esq., J Al ? ES EXILE Y, Esq.,
JOHN KENNY, Esq., ?Al OW COSOBOVE, Esq.,
JOHN CONROY, Esq., WM. MEAOHBB, Esq.,
J. F. SLATTEBT, Esq., R. HOGAN, Esq,
P. BEADY, Esq., WM. BYRNE, Esq.,
JAMBS QUALS, Esq., B. CALLAGHAN, Esq.,
GEO. ADDISON, Esq., W. H. CHAFES, Esq.,
ALEX. MOLOT, Esq., R. 0. BABELBY, Esq.,
E. M. THOTH, Esq., H.L.P. MCCOBMICX, Esq.
I Vlce-Pres. P. FOGABTY, J. F. LYONS,
Vlce-Pres. T. E. HOGAN, M. J. LYNCH,
Vice-Prea. D. W. KBWTN, T. OBONAN,
I J. J. MCMANUS. JOHN O'CONNELL.
0~~FFIOE CITY VAOOINATOR,
CHARLESTON, NOVEMBER 1, 187Z-The
omce ror "Public Vaccination," under the autho?
rity and instructions of.tnc Board or Health, will
be opened inls day ror general and gratuitous
vaccination to all classes or our community.
T. 8. THOMSON, M, D., Surgeon in chage, will
be at said office, Vandernorat ft reef, one door
west or Neck Market, between the hours er 12
and 2 o'clock each day, sundays excepted, and
alt persons not properly vaccinated are hereby
invited and requested to ( resent themselves and
their children tor vaccination._novl
FOR SALE, ONE BEAUTIFUL BRUS?
SELS CARPET, a la-go one, original cost
Siso, will be sold ror $35 cash, can ne teen at
No. 839 King street_novi-l?
FOB SALE, A NUMBER ONE MILCH
COW, with a young Oair eight days old.
apply at corner er wilmington and Laurens
FOB SALE, SLOOP JAMES L. BRANDT,
suitable for freighting, trading or aa a
?leasure Yacht Apply to A. 0. MCGILLIVRAY,
o. 27X Broad street_octai-2?
PERSONS WISHING TO PURCHASE
Horses or Mnles wi: find it to their advan
tage] to eau at HOGAN A co.'S stables. No. 60?
I The LEASE AND GOOD-WILL with the entire
I contenta or tbe B AKKOO M, Card-Room, Billiard
Saloon, Bowling Alley and Bali-Room of the Mer?
chants' Hotel. Consisting or one Bar-Boom, bi
complete order, with Liquors; one Billiard Saloon,
with three Tables, first-class, in good and com?
plete order; one Card-Room, with Tables, chairs,
Ac; one Bowling Alley, Nlne-PJns. Also, the
contents of Ball-Room, with Chairs, Benohes, Gas
Fixtures, Ac, Ac. Forterms, apply on the place,
corner King and Society streets. Charleston, S.
0. The business stand ii nm class in the city,
bnt the proprietor in tend. 1 leaving the state.
EENTUCKY SALIC STABLES, No. 89
Church street CHOLLES D. MCCOY, keeps
MUL.E&, Mares and Hones always on band for
"ITULESl MULES I MARES 1 MARES 1
JjJL HORSES l uoraeiil for saddle buggy or
piough. 40 atad Just rtcelved at the Kentucky
sale Stables. _oct30 4*
A No. 1 HOISTING HORSE, CART
il, MOLES, Dray Mules and Plantation Mules
ror aaie low. Kentucky Sale Stables, No. 80
Church street_ oe wo A*
HORSES AND MOLES.-IF YOU WANT
a nice m ed lo m Horse, or cheap Farm Male,
you can get them at WILSON'S STABLE, No. 148
Meeting street, as cheap if not cheaper than any
whi re else oot30-3*
SEVENTY-FIVE HEAD OF MULES
and HORS Its, at B oe K A DA Y 'S STABLES,
columbus street, for sale low for cash or olty ac?
ceptance._ oe t2a-io*
WPRESTON DOWLING, FACTOR
. and com mission Merchant, Nc e Boyce's
Wnarf, Charleston, 8. C., has a few or the Cele?
brated Wright A Warnock's Horse Power ready
FOB SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. HENRY OTJEN, son of the late Henry
otjen, for Seventy-live Dollars. Will be sold at a
discount at MENKE A MULLER'S. ang27
EOSES, EVERGREEN, GRAPE^VINEsT
Wethe undersigned no? to return our sincere
thanks to our mends anil the public In the past
for their patronage. Wei beg a continuance or ihe
same In trie future. We have ror sale
One thousand ROSES
One hundred Grape vues
And a large stock or Evergreens.
Gardens ?aid ont to Insure satisfaction.
IV ALTER WEBB, SB.,
??L , - WALTER WEBB, JR.,
novl-sthfl_No. 40 King street.
COLLEGE OF CHARLEOToli.^THE
WINTER TERM of -.als Institution will com?
mence on FRIDAY. Novtmuer 1. candidates lor
admission will present themselves at the College
that day at io A. M. F. A. PORCHER,
MABY ANN BUCE INSTITUTE, ON
.."0H??!Jlt> of Aire?? & ?- General G. J.
BAINS, Professor and Lecturer. For terms apply
to _ Miss M. A. BUIE,
oct2S Principal o' Institute, Alkep, 3. C.
QHARLEBTON FliMALE SEMINARY.
No. 60 ST. PHILIP STREET.
The THIRD ANNUAL SESSION will begin the
nrst MONDAY in Oe tob ?r, and end the second
FRIDAY in July, the term being shortened two
weeks to induce pupils 10 remain unill the close
of scholastic year.
Applicants and those absent from the July Ex?
amination will be examined the nrst week.
Prompt attendance requested, so that the Regu?
lar Exercises of the ilehool be not retarded.
Pupils entering the second and third weeks will
be charged from the Ant
For TermB and Circulars containing parilcnlara,
apply as above Miss E. A. KELLY,
WHEELER A WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling tbese superior MACHINES
on Ten Dollar monthly ?laymen ts.
Adjusting and Repairing done promtly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANUF'G CO.,
aprt-lyr No. 209 King street
N N Tj A L FAIR
AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL
ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA,
Will commence at their Fair Grounds, at Savan?
nah, Georgia, MOND?T, December 2d, 1872, and
continue Biz Days.
Tbe Central Railroad passes by the Grounds.
No fee will be charged for Entering or Exhibit?
For Premium Lista or information, address
3. H. ESTELL, Secretary,
oet23-Imo Savannah, Georgia.
CmZSSff SAVINGS BANK OF^SOUTH
CHARLESTON BRANCH, No. 8 BROAD STREET.
All MONET deposited In this Bank on or belora
the FIFTH DAT or each Calendar Month will bear
Interest (SIX PER CENT.) for that Month as If de?
posited on the 1st Instant.
Deposits of ONE DOLLAR and upwards re?
Deposits received Dally from 9 A. H. to 2 p. M.,
and on Saturday Evenings.
This Branch ls under the management or the
LOCAL TIN AN Cl COXMTrnx :
LOUIS D. DB SAUSSURE,
CLELAND K. HUGER, F. MELOME BS,
DB. A. B.ROSE, BEN J. F. EVANS,
C. WULBERN, E. N, THURSTON,
Collections promptly attended to, there being
Branches of this Bank at the most prominent
pointB In this State. Di RAVENEL, JR.,
oct a: -5 Cashier at Charleston.
J)7 UL WATERS ft CO.,
(LATS WATERS, FIBRC* * 00.,)
BANKERS AND COTTON COMMISSION
Na SS BROAD STREET, NEW YORK,
Buy and Sell Contracts for Future Delivery ol
Cotton, strictly far a commission, so that no in
terest of our own can possibly conflict with thai
of oar patrons.
Rerer, by permission, to Union National Bank
People's Bank, New Tork.
Correspondence solicited. oot9-lmo
I THANKING HOUSE OF
HENRY CLEWS A CO.,
NO. 82 WALL STREET, N. Y.
Circular Notes and Letters of Credit for Trave
lars, also Commercial Credits tuned, avaQabl
throughout the world. '
Bills or Exchange on the Imperial Bank of Lon
don, National Bank of Scotland, Provincial Bani
ot Ireland, and all their branches.
Telegraphic Transfers or Money on Europe, Sai
Francisco and tba West Indies.
Deposit Accounts received m ?Ither Currency 0
Coln, s abject- to check at eight, which psi
through the Cleating Boase ss Lf drawn upon an,
oitv baok. interest allowed on dally balan?a
Certlflcates of Deposit issued bearing Interest a
current rate. Notes and Drafts collected.
State, City and Railroad Loans negotiated.
' CLEWS. HABICHT A CO.,
may23-x No. ll Old Broad street, London.
JJijotoaraprja, portraits, ?c.
T.~ ?~0 U D B B Y
No. 203 KING STBEET,
Invites attention to bia various de?
scriptions of Portraiture:
Plain Photographs of all sises
india lok and Painted Photographs,
Crayons and Porcelains.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
FRAMES, PASSE PARTO UTS, AO.,
Always on hand, and at
Attainers, ?traro (?coos, ??t.
J^?fiS. M. HUNE KEN & CO.,
No. 208 KINO STBEET,
Will open THIS DAT a foll assortment o
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS, and Cor
bets, Ribbons, Flowers and Feathers.
Also, a fall supply of E. Batterlcks & Co.'a Lat
est DRESS PATTERNS, Just arrived. novl-2
NO. 304 KING STREET.
Mrs. M. J. ZR KNOW would respectfully an
noonee to the pabilo that she will open THIS r AT
October nth, a fall line or MILLINERY AM
FANCY GOOD:*, HoopsKiris, Bustles, Kid Cloves
Ladles' sad Children's Under Garments, Wrap
pera, Sacks, Furs, ac Dress and Cloak Maklni
attended to as usnaL
Sole agent for M'me Demorest's PAPBR PAT
TERNS. Country orders will receive prompt at
NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAVINC
claims against the Kai ate of the late EVER!
b. RE o FORD will present them properly attested
and ali Indebted will make payment to AS HE F
D. COHEN, Attorney-at-Law, No. 94 Broad street
nov i-f? AUGUaTA BEDFORD, Executrix.
EXECUTOR'S NOT I O E.-ALL PER
SON.H having demands against the Estau
or the Ute W. s. wu A LEY, Sr.. aeceased, wil
present the same, properly attested, and tbode lu
dented will make payment to THOMAS WHA
NOTICE.-AT THE NEXT SESSIO?i
or the General Assembly an appllc-ttloc
will be made to incorporate "THE CHARL KSTO>
COASTWISE TRANSPORrATION COMPANY."
E M O V A L .
STEINMEYER ? STOKES,
LUMBER AND TIMBER DEALERS,
CHABLBSTON AND POBT ROYAL, S.O.,
Respectfully inform the public that, haviog
leaded the premises long and favorably known as
"ClarK's Planing Mill.? corner of Lynch and
Beaufain streets, our Office will be removed on
the 1st November, wita Increased advantages
thereby afforded, and a pnrpise to steadily and
to our efforts and fact liles to meet our business
requirements, we hope for a continuance or tue
pairouage heretofore so Kindly and liberally be?
3. H. STEINMEYER, Jr., Charleston, S. 0.
WM. STOKES, Early Branch, Port Boyal il. B.
NOTICE. -HAVING HAD MUCH EX
PERIEN t In repairing Weighing scales of
every description, would solicit public patronage
in leference to Bald work.
References: Mr. B. O'Neill, Wholesale Grocer,
No. 189 East Bay: Messrs. H. Bischoff A Co.,Whole?
sale Grocers, East Bay; Mr. Th<>mas A. Baynard,
Public Adjuster or Weights and Measure*.
No. 4 Cumberland street,
oct &-2mos Charleston, 8. C.
&TOCttlt0; jtfrjgCTJ, Ut,
QQAL, OH?TOE d?AL. mgm
a? tona Rid Aan, Egg -ard Stove COAL, now
landlDg and to arrive. For sale low br V
noVl-s_ WM. JOHNSON.
i ;.a barr?is BALDWINS, Spi tze ober ga ano' xA be ra,
In pr me order. Landing 7r?m Bteam?T*anhat
ta?.- For sale by--JOH? F.-o>NKH?Lr ~.
octal ; . - r Ho. 167^ East Bay.
^OAL ! r OO?L ! OOAL?1 - ? r"
Rod Asa, Fgg, stove and Ches;ant Staat J for
Crates ftQd.Rangos .
White Ash. for Fonnderies and Steamers
Cumberland, for Smiths and steamers.
A id Hand picked forParlorparposea.-, ... -?
For sale by E. F. SWBkG *N, Apent,
oct28-6 . ; . '. . Central.Wharf.
O! I N G E B A L B..; .r?v: ; ; ;
JAMES -COSGROVE respectful an no ?a ?er to
the public that be ls prepared to furnish h ls cus
t-omsrs with a genuine artlole of GJNGJHB, ALE?
manufactured at his old esutoiuhment, Nc ST
Market street. "? -'^"bwjBW9,i
ABT I N 4. ,/MO p 'ty
(Successors to late E. & Bedford,) . .
WHOLESALE AND B E T A I L GROCERS,
Nba 127 and 120 MEETLY t : ?TR EET, j ?
j Corner Market street, Charleston, south Carolina,
\m?L? -'L-' v .?-<.-:.l VZ ??dJ- lo no:*
Keen on -band a well selected jSOBkj of Choice
Family supplies. . .... c. ?irrm
forPacking, and goods delivered, free 01 oharge io
any part 0f the city, Rallmid Depots *and
Steamers. : i 1 : ^iW?iS&^o?a
W. H. WXLCH FLBKTWOOD LAHNBAC-L. EASOK.
? - . -: .;_:rr v-_r
=' '. ? v ~ fi ;:-"?si->
' . :.: . :.. .- .;. it??H <.-.,,'*
. .' . : :.'?- : -.'-Cit
? ? ' tm*}
T^jT IL SO N' S GR OOH B Y.
I WILSON'S a ROO ERY U now offering the most
carefully selected stock of LIQUORS to be found
lntblsctty. - . ->;...
They have been selected eipocl .lly for their
medicinal qualities, and their rarity. endorsed by
the most eminent pbyslchuis r.r Ohaxiestoh.,:
Parties desiring a pure artic ip. can. al ways' rely
on Liquors sold from trna abolishment and
A full supply of low pade* eta hind. . .J>;\
- so. so? King street.
, ay Address Box Ko.^?? ? . ?.,J ?,? j- ?.
HA' LI B l\TTlV -;r l-^^B'i
,. HALIBUT FINS.
TONGUES ABD 8OITSD8. ? . /- ?-?i ..-??tu. tm-,:.
TONQUES AMD 8OOMD8,
For salo low at WILSONS1 -OR?CE8?* ..,
No. SOT Kiogfitrae*..
All oncdsrje?Tertd Promptly, -.r.u?nr frlffU
CANNED PEACHES 1 GANGED
180 dozen 2 and 3 lb. O ANUID PEACHES?' ,
For sale low at WILSOirs'OROCBRT,
aar Ail oocds deurerM ifree? ? n-io i*?iuc?-?cr T"
CANNED TOMATOES 1 OANNED TOr
. : MATO?.,; v.^;r? ?
700 desea 2?b CsnneaTOMATORS. # ;
For sale low at WILSONS' GROCERY,
No. iiMKing'etreet '
ay AU Goods deUverefffreai. " ? ? ? V
g Y RU P ?t?tt'f;C^y|S^..'
GOLDEN ST RUP, tt cent??, gallon.'
ag-AlltliwlsdeUvet^ Iraa;'. ,'" '. "
BARGAINS IN TEAS, 0)FTEB8,'GR*
OERIES AND PROVISIONS; - ?
i vi>-- i "-r?li fcr^jirrti?.,
Warranted to snit the palate*- and th? pockets
<K ne mulloo. M^KSjJ^
ayAU Goods delivered irea>..., .n"r
NEW CODFISH, PICKLED SALMON,
. SPICED SALMON, " > . '
Extra NO. 1 MACKEREL
New Herrings. . - k .:. ???? -v;,.t-?
For sale low at WILSONS' GSOCKRY, . ? :
..No. sos Rinxstralaw
Xag-All Gooda delivered free. . ' . .VJ-C;'. : ;
XTE W SMOKED BEEF, IRESH SMOKED
JJ? TONGUES. NEW HAMS, (SMALL SIZE.)
Fulton Market BEEF . -?'??
Family Pig Pork
Smoked Pig Tongues .^...-.t.
Pickled Plga! Feet... . . .. - i.--.'-,.,
For sale low at W1LS01IB' OROC?RY, ..
No. SM King street. .
jsy All Goods delivered free: :
r.-. . -v...*.?:-~. ? ni?ia?n'- .:
? .> i; ' .
'-. .- vs:
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGB,
AMERICAN1 CLUB FISH-BONELESS
The Cheapest and best Food In existence.- In
whole, b?fres nA'w^-Jbox?. ^ . ^liti
PAUL B. LALANE A GO., ~ / ; ;
No. 175 East Bay, Ouuteston;- 8. a, qt?'ajsrenBr.
Liberal diicOThtto the trade.: , seplMnor '
MEAT'JUICE. . !i;rr
Just received, a Urge ^^.?"?j^E^?*?
bottle contains four pounds ci the best Beagar
clnslve of fat; can be med with cold ?iwarm
water; also can be taken with ?odlivei OU, ??d
destroys the taste of the Oil. . , . ",./3Uv -
Toe only food for delicate chudren..
Thia ts much superior to thb ..*?raetpf.
heretoftreoflieredto the pnbU*MWlf
upootriaL For sale by J r1!****,
jun7 - Na liar-*
Drugi an? ?leuirinM.
DR. FITLER'S VEGETABLE J?ffBD;*
MATIO SYRUP? ' ??ja ?bii? 1 ?,
Warranted under oath never to have faP^?'
cure. 28,500 Oertlflcates or teetlmon'als jOLCure,
including Rev. C. H. Ewing. Melia, Pfnn5G^7l'
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls of schjoylkUL^PMAdal
ph.ia; tue wife o? Ber. J. B. Devis, HW?tstown,
New* Jersey; Rev. Thomas *nrpBy,J*gk??
Phlladalphla; Hon. J V. Creewy, ^eaoar AX*?
gra?S Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, Catn
den New Jersey; ex-Senator Stowart BaWiMW;
ex ?Governorrowell, Kentucky, and thooandfiof
others, ^tad %TC?^5^
inryl-lyr ' charleston; BjO^
J. L U E N,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. .
No. 150 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOE?.
Now in stock of my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
CarboUcAcld, ..' r>;
Pattey's Cold Creaaz,
English Dalby's Carminative, British on, Roche's
Embrocation and Chlorodyne,:
TILDEN A CO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS,
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
PIUS, AC AGENT FOB .
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AOKKT BOB SOUTH CAROLINA rOB ,
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES, . v . ?
Surgical Instruments and Goods of foratga maa
nfacTore Imported to order..1 . . .1....:
My Dispensing Departmeat ls complete, -em?
bracing all NewfRemedles. . -i
A full assortment of Trusses and Bandages al?
ways on hand.
PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy dav or night._ItnlOwfmiy
XVJ. rnyB^MaiouMis' Pocket Cases : >
For sale by . DR. H. BARR,
Forsaieoj Nc Ul Meeting street*