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IP Meetings Tula Day.
Tyre Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Charleston Dramatic Club, at haU-past 7 P. if.
Relief Lean Association, at hair-past 7 P.-M.
Auction. Sales This Day.
R. M. Marshall & Brother will sell at IO
o'clock, at their office, mules, horses and sundries.
Holmes A Macbeth will sell at half-past 10
o'clock, at their office, mnle? and dray.
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'olock, at his store,
contents of a country store.
N. A. Hunt will sell at 10 o'clock, at his store,
boots and shoes.
William McKay will Bell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, fnrnltnre, notions, Ac.
MORTUARY RECORD.-Dr, Lebby, the city
registrar, reporta the death of 8 whites and 8 col?
ored persons during the week ending March ll.
TAXPAYERS, ATTENTION !-Bear In mind
that all taxes not paid before the 22d of March
are Hable to a pena itv or 20,per cent., and that all
taxes not paid on or before the 20th of June are
liable to. an additional penalty or five per cent.,
when the property of taxpayers will be levied
upon by distress or otherwise. There will posi?
tively be no further extension of time allowed.
UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER. - Thomas
Deas was brought before Commissioner Porteous
yesterday morning, charged with being one of
the rioters at Biggin Church during the election
last fall. It was shown that although Thomas
bore-a moat Striking reueinblau.ee to one of the
prominent ballot-box abstractors, he was really
no^ the mau. He was, therefore, forthwith lib?
THE CHICORA FESTIVAL.-The Military Hall
wa< again c' owded last evening, and another
successful entertainment was added to the nume?
rous ones afforded by the Chicoras for the past
ten days. The masqueraders were" evidently a
success, and in their fancy attire deported them?
selves so aa to afford great amusement to-Afce visl
tors*mi, apparently, satisiactlon-to ' themselves.
The festival closes to-night.
FINE WORK.-Messrs. Chapeau &.Heffron
have Just completed for a gentleman of this city
one of the handsomest aud neatest saddles to be
found anywhere. The tree and materials were
^imported from England, and the saddle-ts an
English hunting saddle-what the Americans call
a* Sbaftoe saddle, as contra-dtstingnlshed from
th v Somerset. The article ls compact, neat, and
of. beautiful shape, and reflects great credit on
the skilful and thorough work which the estab?
lishment always turns out.
INQUEST.-Mary Ann Dart, an oW colored
woman, formerly a servant of Governor Aiken,
expired yesterday morning suddenly, at 0. Mill's
farm, abont ll miles above the city. Her age ls
somewhat my t ideal, as a young man of 77 years, 11
With whom she has. been living for some time
past, says she was a big woman ever slnc? he
could remember. The coroner was notified, and
an inquest being held o ver the body, yesterday,
at the house ef the old man, the Jury Drought in a
verdict of "death from old age."
THE STEAMER CUAXFION_We are gratified
to announce the safe arrival at New York, at two
I>M. yesterday, of the steamer Champion of the
Adgcr Line. During fl ve years no accident has
ever occurred to any vessel or this Une, and, D. v.,
no accident will occur while the steamers are |
Under the command of their present careful and.
experienced captains. The recent silly rumo?
concerning the Champion, published by some of
our contemporaries, and which gave rise to need?
less apprehensions, were wholly groundless. I j
STOP HIM ! STOP HIMJ-Yesterday afternoon
Meering street, near the Mills House; was enliven?
ed by the above chorus, shouted In every key, as
a frightened horse, with an empty wagon attach?
ed to his heels, came flying down the street. Not?
withstanding the cry, everybody kept out of the
way with wonderful unanimity, and the horse,
finding no one would stop him,*turned Into Chal?
mers street at a smashing pace. Steering clear of
the numerous vehicles here, tte cleverly carried
himself and impediment into the MUls House sta
bles* and brought op short. He was there secur
ed?and, nothing was" found to be Injured. The
animal and vehicle ar?, the property of W. J,
Whipper, and had been Wt at the door of Webb
A Sage's crockery- house for a moment by the'
colored driver, who was attending to some bus!
ness. .The horse, seeing the op port an itv, com
mence^a race on his own hook, which dispensed
with arj?Whipper-ln.? '
CRUMBS.-^The officers ot* the Gorman Bide
Corps meet thia-afternoon au he ?chutzenplaur.
The; Porto Rico women who ware induced.to
leave, their homes, sd tie red from abandonment
and poverty here, and dually found redress at the
hands of Trial Justice Mackey, have had passage
secured for them from Baltimore to Porto Rico.
The Baptist church at Mount Pleasant has been
made the recipient, of -a magnttlcent silver com?
munion-service, consisting or a flagon, bread
tray, iwo onus and two plates. They are of neat
and chaste design, and are beautifully engraved
with the name of the church and date of organi?
PUGILISTIC ENCOUNTER.-James Brown, a
colored youth, alter some hard dr oking on
Monday evening, became disorderly tn Calhoun
street, and seeing Samuel Moor-, a colored fellow
whom he did not like, near hy, apjtned to him an J t
epithet denoting his canine extraction.. Samae1
resented the ms ult by a blow la the face and the
two fell to work lu.earnest. The police here put
in an appearance, and thc two combatants were
dnl? locked np. Arter au examination berore thc
Mayor nexmnorning they were sentenced each to
pay a One of $5 or go to Jail for tea days. Bro wn
for being drank and disorderly, and" Moore for
being disorderly and assaulting Brawn.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Patrick Morrissey, ar?
rested for being drunk and disorderly in his pwn
house m King street, waa discharged with a
pledgefor his future good behavior.
Sally Brown, arrested for raising a disturbance
in that inflammable locality. Edlots street,forfeit?
ed ber deposit of $5 by not appearing before the
Julia Simons, an Elliott street damsel or great
notoriety, was arrested for getting drunk and* rais?
ing a row. Her frequent appearance at the Guard?
house and general character went against her,
and she was sent to the House af Correction 'for
thirty days as a vagrant.
THE STATE COURT.-The Court of General
Sessions met yesterday at 10 o'clock, his Honor
The State .vs. Wm. A.- Johnson add Jno. w.
Morgan, for the murder of Policeman Martin. The
arguments of the prosecuting officer ami Ciose of
Messrs. M. P. O'Connor and R. W. Seymour,
having been heard yesterday, his" Honor deliver?
ed the charge la the case yesterday morning.
The Jury retired, -and after an absenoe of live
hoon, brought hr a verdict of not guilty. .The
prisoners were discharged, and from their brother
soldiers received quito an ovation.
The State VJ. Jack "Edwards-assault and bat?
tery and assault with latent to kill. Nol. proa, en?
The Sute va. Henry Jackson-grand larceny.
Robt. Ohlsolm, Jr., Esq., for the defence. Ver?
dict-not guilty, and prisoner discharged.
The State vs. George Frase--grand larceny.
R. W. Seymonr, Esq., for the de fence. Not guilty.
The State vs. Edward W. Ben-assault and bat?
tery. L. I. Wooli, Esq., for the defence. Guilty.
The State va Prince Gadsden-assault and bat?
tery. L. O. Northrop, Esq., for the defence. Guilty.
The State vs. Joseph Johnson-assault and bat?
tery. T. H. Strohecker, Esq., for the defence.
The State va. Gray Gaillard-assault and battery
and assault with latent to kilL R. W. Seymour,
Baq., for the defence. Guilty or assault and bat?
The court then adjourned until 10 o'clock thia
I ? FIRE AT GADSDEN Station, Saturday night,
! destroyed all that would^oorn of the premises of
Phillp Epstein, including his stock o? goods, build?
ings, Ac The Ore was discovered breaking out
through the roor, and progressed so rapidly that
only time was given to save two mules.
? DECASTRO.-It is scarcely necessary to do
more than mention the name of this magician,'
for the people continue to flock to him as if he
controlled the power of natural' gravitation. He
rewards-hls audiences liberally every night, how?
ever, and ri that, we presume, consists not a little
of bis success* Mr. A. Kelso m drew '.he $30
prize In greenbacks last nig' '. To-night more
prizes and fuu. The little ones must not forget'
the matinee this afternoon, at three o'clock..
Handsome prizes will be given to all of them.
THE UNITED STAT ts COURT.-The District
Court was opened at ll o'clock yesterday morn?
ing, his Honor Judge Bryan presiding.
On application, of A. H. For J, assignee, a rule
was Issued against the purchaser of the land of S.
S. Casque,' oaakrup.t, for the resale or the land at
The petition or Alberger A Co., et al, to require
Geo. B. Kellum et a>, libellants of the bark Kedar,
to give stipulations for the production and safe
return or the vessel to Philadelphia was read, and
the argument or counsel having been heard the
case was held by the court under advisement.
The consideration or'the'caso of David Risley'
et al. against the steamship Mercedtta, was re?
sumed, and the argument of G. D. Bryan, Esq."
for the libellants, was heard. The Hon. A. G. Ma- j
grath followed for the respondents, and during :
his argument the court adjourned until io o'clock
ACCIDENT ?T THiSY-AtX PfciTENTtAfti
Ab:)ut 0 o'clock on Sb.bjday morong the heavy
naehinery anrt"-tres?le workf used r?rralsffig the
granite at the ppnitentiary, at Columbia, felt with
a terrible trash, leading many la the vicinity to
believe that ad engine had blown up lu that di?
rection. The apparatus was over five stories
high, and In les faH'came very near demolishing
some-of the Buildings in the vicinity, and com?
pletely ruining ih-; steps of thc guardhouse.
Luckily no greater disaster to life occurred than
seriously wounding Corporal Simmons, of the
prison guard, who was endeavoring to get out of
the way, wnea.he was struok en- the back - of the
head by a piece or board, knocking hhn down,
a;.d a piece or Umber afterwards falling upon
him, Inflicting serious wounds. The machinery
had bean mon d a short distance recently, in the
:onrse of the progress ou the penitentiary, and lt
is supposed the heavy rains had softened the
ground so as to allow ot the guys pulling ont.
The loss ls considerable, besides time, as the ap?
paratus was purposely devised ror the heavy
work or raising huge blocks or granite.
THE JAPANESE_This extraordinary troupe
}f performers appear to have turned the heads of
sur savannah neighbors. The papers record im?
mense audiences, no standing room, enthusiasm,
lelight, et cetera. The News grvss ns.the follow- '
lng account of a-portion of the performance:
Arter ab Introductory act Uv ii: tl? Alt Right, the
India rubber specimen ora Jap, Yadsunochl, who,
ay the way, ls toe Merry Andrew of the troupe,
jutertalneU the audience witk Some tricks pecu?
liar to the Japs. Sticking two or three dozen
icedles into his hand he started out on a tour
imoug the assemblage, to whom he distributed
them, favoring the ladies with one apiece. He
if: er ward? swallowed th^m rn fut; vt>?W or'the
okervon, enfflug by restoring them all, threaded
apon a long thread. His pipe feat was
wonderful. Taking a small pipe filled
with tobacco, he lighted the weed, and ap?
parently swallowed i he whole apparatus, clouds
>f smoke issuing from hts mont li. No* matter
what he did. the smoke would come. He tried to
iuenfit-.it with water, and even took the Pipe
md placed lt under his garment, yet the clouds ,
)f tobacco.vapor would roll out from between his
Ips. The greatest feat of the evening, was the
:ross ladder act by Satsuma and bis son? a boy
jf about ten years, in this, the law1? of gravity
were outraged severely, which out made the -per
'ormance the more remarkable. Laying on
Us back, Satsuma the elder, balanced
ipon his feet, a heavy ladder some twenty
eet. long, at the extreme end or
vhicb, another much shorter (Adder extended out
it a right angle. Dpon this .itrncture the boy
nade bis way, with every con fl den ce lu his father
ipparently, who balanced the whole as steadily
is if. lt was. but a part of himself: Creeping out
in tire short ladder, the audience breathless-with
xcitenient and expectation, the boy-made his
ray to the end of it, where he hung head down?
wards, and twisted himself about ina manner not
>t all comforting to the spectators.
Other performances are described as equally
vo udo rf ul, and we presume that the public are
il ready agog with expectation.
The company open at the Academy on Friday
light, but those who expect to secure seats should
k) so to-day. There will be a matinee on Satur
lay, and an Immense crowd. . .
Hotel Arrivals-March 1*.
PAVILION HOTEL. ' *
M. J. Hirsch, Levin, South Carolina; J. M.
hilson, Newberry; E. M. Law, Yorkvllle; D.
jouis, Oraogeburg; Walter Caswell, wife and
:hihl, Mrs: J. Mendel, Miss' Mendel, Q. .H. Mendel,
Jew Yiii-k; James Berry, Robt. Berry, W. B.
lorry, M?SB K. D. Alford, Marlon; F. A. S mit rr,
leorgia, Mr. and Mrs. Wormald; London; A. Mor?
?an, Georgetown; M. B. Meador, J. W. Burbr-tdge,
Valteiboro'; Juo. T. Nore ross, Philadelphia; W. .
P. Welke, 3. 0. Howe, Florida; W. M. Cummings,
H. M. Harris, New York; H. Sommers, Boston;
lames M. (leary, Philadelphia;.w. H. Paohurst,;
Providence; D. 0? Grove,-Utica; S. C. Ly ford', F.
0. Ogilby, U. S. A.; Mrs. Wetmore, Geo. W. Bos
lett, H. Turtchell, F. C. Carwrlney New York; S.
BI. Hunt, Daniel Budd and family, New Jersey.
E. S. ChLdsey, connecticut; w. Paige, Alabama;
1. C. Means, Spartanburg; Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Joddard, New York; H. M. Drain?, North Caron?
ia; G. G. Bunckurtr, H. O. Rockwood, R. C. Down
ng, C. DT Humer, A. J. La Farge, H. Pellott,
Sew YorK ; E. C. Cline and lady, S. B, Cline, New
york; L. G. Downes, Maine; Mrs.- J. 0.
Donner aid maid, G. N. Quintan!, New York;- T.
D. Gllesple, P. Poullalu, Baltimore; E. R. Burpee
ind wife," Canada; A. (Invisten Rumrill, New
York ;.J. H. Back halter, Wit Ls lon.
PARISIAN DRESSMAKING IS famous, the world
aver, for Ita' matchless nicety and taste ; and
those of cur lady readers who wish to avaB them
jelves or the servlcaa>r.r a trained and accomplish?
ed arltsti in dress, may gWe their work to
Madame Luzler, with full confidence In her skill,
promptitude and ability to please. She also makes
floe French corsets to order. Uer establishment
Ison King street, one door above Wentworth,
Dver the Dollar Store.
CnOQCUT ! CROQUET ! CROQUET !-Just T6
:elved at the Haselaireet Bazaar, the cheapest
Croquet ia the city.
MAPES' NXTROGENI? KD. SUPERPHOSPHATE OP
LIMB, composed of bones, phosphatio guano, con?
centrated ammoniacal animal matter and sulphu?
ric acid. Kinsman & Howell are the agents for
the State. w
PHOTOORAPU AI.BU.MS CHEAPER THAN EVER !
In Velvet and Leather bindings, 75 cents; old
price 90 cents. lu Velvet and Leather bindings,
86 cents; old price $i. In Velvet and Leather
bindings, $i; old price $126. In Velvet and Lea?
ther bindings, $120; cjd price $1 50.
HASEL sr. BAZAAR, AND No. 161 KINO ST.
IP YOI? would possess renewed Hie. try the
Old Carolina Bitters, tn? Great Southern Tonic.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
is now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business man should have his card printed on
AT COST I AT COST I-Large size Coremos.
HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
ROSTI? GOODS I RUSTIC GOODS I-A reduction
of twanty per cent on side and Corner Brackets,
dook RACKS, AC,-at oar stores.
CHAH. 0. RlOHTBR & CO.,
Hasel street .Bazaar, and No. lei King street.
PAPER DOLLS ! PAPER DOLLS ?-Sold at 3, 6,
9 and 12 cents each ; former prices, 5, 10,15 and
p20 cents. . " *,.
-. ) No. 161'Krxcf ST.. AND HABEL ar. BAZAAR.
ATTENTION, TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views
of Charleston and vicinity, at No. iel Ktngstreet,
or at the Haael street Bazaar. novl2
THE" ATTENTION OF WATC?-BOTRRS" is called
to our large stock of Waltha TI Watches. These
Watches nave been long knownr throughout the
Gaited States as the best and cheapest In the
market. Ail watches guaranteed.
w. CARRINGTON & Co.,
marl? ._ No. 266 King street.
StjFFERTXo humanity who labor under the
effects of the Ills superinduced by j malarious dis?
eases, can shake of their earthly pains "by using
the Great-Southern Tonic.
INDIGESTION, Torplr?-laver, &c, should.be
Immediately attended to, aird Tor such relief ap?
ply to the Old yardina Bitters.
SCARFS AND TIES.
THE MARQUIS OF LORNE
THE RUGBY CRAVAT BOW.
COLLARS AND CUFFS.
LO! THERE DISRAELI
CLU3 HOUSE CLUB HOUSE
A Fresh Stock of Fine Fur
mshing Goods of all kinds, at
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
MEETfNG STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET.
TO REDUCE STOCK, WE OFFER THE
BALANCE OF OUR
BEAVER OVER SACKS, $38 and $10, to $35
BEAVER OVER SACKS, $35, to $28
BEAVER OVER SACKS, $30 and $32, to $25
BEAVER AND MELTON OVER SACKS, $26 and
$28, to $20
BEAVER AND MELTON OVER SACKS, $18 and
$22, to $15
BEAVER AND MELTON OVER SACKS, $14 and
$16, to $11
UNION BEAVER OVER SACKS, $10, to $7
ONION BEAVER OVER SACKS, $7, to'$5
BEAVER, KING, WILLIAM, $28, to $7.0
BEAVER, KING WILLIAM, $20, to $15
CHINCHILLA D. B. SACKS, $25, to $20
CHINCHILLA D. B. SACKS, $16, to $12
CHINCHILLA D. JJ. SACKS, $J2, lo. $10
CHINCHILLA D. B. SACKS, $10, to $8.
WE HAVE IN- STOCK,
A FULL LINE OF GOODS,
FOR MENS' WEIR.
J. H. LAWTON ft GO.,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BUHDINCL
QH, YES ! OH, YES I OH, YES !
It becomes my pleasant duty to m form my friends
and patrons, that the time has again arrived for
them to commence cleaning and repairing their
Household Furniture, Mattresses and Bedsteads.
Try a remedy that never falls; send for the Doctor
who keeps the Furniture Infirmary at No. 31
Queen street. Having greatly enlarged my
Invalid Furniture Hospital. 1 am now prepared to
treat patients lu that line more successfully and
satisfactorily than over. "Come one, come ah."
JOHN L. LUNSFORD, No. 31 Queen st.,
Opposite Harrisson^ Paint and Oil Store.
Q.ER4IAN SOOTHING CORDIAL I
AN INVALUABLE REMEDY FOR INFANTS I
Thia ls the best Medloine for yonng children,
suffering with Colic, Diarrhoea, or any other oom
.plaint, incident to Teething. It may be given
with safety, as lt contains no opium, or other in?
jurious anodyne. ?* *
Price, 25 conta a bottle.
Manufactured and for sale by
DH. H. BAER.
Also hy the folio wing Druggists:
*A. W. ECKEL A CO., Dr. A. RAOUL,
Dr. W. A. SK RINK, A. O. BAKBOT,
W. T. LITTLE A 00., J. BLACKMAN,
P. M. COHEN, Dr. E. H. KELLERS,
K. S. BURNHAM, GRAMAN A -~ CH WAKE,
G. W. AIM AR, J. LOUKWOOD,
G. J. LUUN, W. T. LINN,
W. A. GIBSON,
And by Druggists generaUy. jan21
Dru ?ODOS, &t.
J^URCHGOTT, BENEDICT <fc GO.
TO THEIR FRIEND8 AND THE PCTBLIC
Tliat, owing to the
SPECIAL FACILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
Of their Resident Partner in New Tort,
They are enabled to purchase their supplies of
FINE AND STAPLE DEY GOODS,
Both Foreign and Domestic, In all cases from
AT THE LOWEST CASH FIGURE,
And taus to offer
EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS TO CUS?
Their prices will be found from
I TWENTY TO . FIFTY PER CENT. LOWER
Than those of any other Dry Goods House
In the South.
They Invite an Inspection of their Sto:S, which ls
made up of
N*0 A IT CT ION GO-ODS,
Bat which will be found to consist of an immense
' ' variety of . .
CHE CHOICEST AND LATEST NOVELTIES
' .* IN THEIR LINE.
Comparison, as to quality, with the best goans
And.-competition as to price
. IS DEFIED.
Every article sold by'us ts warranted to be pre?
cisely as represented.
Our motto ls
"QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS,''
And Customers who wish to
SATE MONEY IN BUYING
Will do well to give os a call.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.
. ?. Dp-Town Store, | Down-Town Store',
No. 437 King street; No. '?44 King street.
Corner or Calhoun. | Near "The Bend."
fUacljincrr), QTastinga, &t.
PHONIX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR A CO.,
(Successors to Cameron A Co.,)
ENGINEERS, BOILER-MAKERS, 4c, Ac.
Corner East Bay. and Pritchard streets, near the
CHARLESTON, S. C.
M A NC F A C T U A E R S OF
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Marine, Stationary and Portable.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY
Shafting, Pulleys and Gearing
Iron Fronts Jor Buildings
Castings or.evcry kind tn Iron or Brass
Forgings of;every description.
OR" Guarantee to rurulsh Engines and Boilers
[.of as good quality and power, and at as low rates
as can be had tn New York, Baltimore or Phil?
JCDUN'S CELEBRATED GOVERNOR AND STOP
VALVES, which are pat on all Engines made, at
gfg- Repairs promptly attended to.
Drngs, GErjcnucals, #c.
ROS AD ALIS is the best Blood
ROSADALIS, a sure cure for
HOS AD ALIS, endorsed by
ROSADALIS, a potent remedy
ROSABA'LIS, a Remedy tried
and true. "
ROSADALIS, the best Alt?ra?
it tive extant.
ROSADALIS endorsed by the
Dr. R. WILSON CARR, or Baltimore.
Dr. T. C. PUGH, of Baltimore.
Dr. THOS. J. JJOYKIN, of Baltimore.
Dr. A. DU KG AN. of Tarboro', N. C. .
Dr. J. S. SPARKS, or Nicholas vile,-Ky.
Dr. A. F. WHEELER, or Lima, Ohio.
Dr. W. HWLLOWAY, of Philadelphia.
Dr. J. Lu Mee ARTH A, of South Cantina,
and many otners. See ROSADALIS ALMANAC.
endorsPd-hy Rev. OABNBY BALL, now of Mary
land Conference, formerly Chupltln in the Con?
federate AI my of Northern Virginia.
ls Alterative, Tonic and Diuretic, and a;ts at
one and the same time upon the BLOOD, LIVER,
KIDNEYS and all the SECRETORY ORGA11S. ex?
pelling all impure matter aud building ap the
system to a healthy, vigorous coudjtlon.
IS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, ) Wholesale .
GOODRICH. WISEMAN A CO., J Agents in .
Dr. H. BAER, ) Charleston,
J? I N G WILLIAM. ?
Just received at KING WILLIAM'S CIOAIl FAC?
TORY, No. 310 King street, near Society street, a
large and complete assortment of Leaf, Chewing
and Smoking TOBACCO, Cigarettes, Snuff, Pipes,
?c. Havana and Domestic Cigars Imported and
manufactured by WM. SCHRODER, who risoect
tully Invites the attention of chewers and smokers,
and traders, wlwleoale and retail, to a stock ruby
comprislng.every variety or quality and prices,
from the cheapest to the highest grade, w hich is
offered at the lowest cash rates. Ail orders from
the country will receive prompt attention and
shipped O. O. D., or at thirty days' city accept?
Situ ?roceries, ?rr.
BEDFORD'S (LATE CORWINS) GROCERY
TEA WA R E H OUSE.
HEADQUARTERS FO? SELECTED DAIRY BUTTER
PURE LEAP LARD
PRIME FACTORY AND ENGLISH CHEESES
. . ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRACKERS, in'.
BISCUITS, 4c, 4C.
N. B.-I CLAIM TO KEEP THE LARGEST S.T0CK AND MOST EXTENSIVEASSORTMENT 01
FAMILT GROCERIES IN THIS CITY. ? -i
E. XL BEDFORD,
BRANDIES, WI NUB
AND VERY OLD
WILLIAM S. CORWIN & -CO.,
No. 275 KING- STREET,
WHOLESALE VIN Ii RETAIL DEALER
"Fine Teas, Coffees, Sugars Provisions, Spices, ?&c*
HEI13IETICALLY SEALED FRUITS.
VEGETABLES, MEATS,. SOUPS, ftc.
- AJI articles sold from tbls establishment are or tbs VERY BEST QUALITY and WARRANTED.
Goods lellvered to all parts or the City, Railroad Depots, Steamboats, free or expense. p
EVER/ E. BEDFORD. ) SEND FOR A ? JAS. S. MARTIN.
SEO. H. QR?BER. (_CATALOGUE._ j WM. G. MOOD, Ja.
TO FACTORS AND PLANTERS !
The undersigned begs to Inform his customers and the public that, m addition* to his Works at
Savannah, he has established extensive Superphosphate Works at the WAPPOO MILDS, opposite this
city, which are now In-acUvc operation, mamuractnring his welljcuown fertilizers, the *
PHOS P.HO - P <E "R U Viii A N.
AMMONI?TED SOLUBLE PACIF?G GUANOS,
AND WHERE HE WILL ALSO KEEP QN HAND
Ni. i P E R?tl AN GUAN O,
SOUTH CAROLINA PHOSPHATE,
of th? highest grade from his Ashepoo Mlne3, (crude and gcoond,) analyzing over sjxtyjper cent, of
Bone Phosphate of Lime; and
These Werks have been opened under the Inspection or Dr. C. U. SHEPARD, Jr., Inspector of
Fertilizers for South Carolina, and every package will bear his brand certifying to Its inspection.
Uniformity of quality quarantead and prices reduced
' Messrs. G. A. TRENHOLM & SON, General Agents, > CHARLESTON S C
Messrs. GRIESER A SMITH, Agents, f wttMUjWUB, a. o.
J. 33. SARDY
janl3 . CORNER FAST RAY AND BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON,'S. C.
Nero Public at lone.
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Songs ot Homo," wurr thirty-six Illustrations by
Fenn, Hennessy, -Griswold, Ac., and elgin auto?
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QET A PAIR OF~~
GABLE SCREW WIRE
BOOTS AND SHOES;
COMFORT, ELASTICITY-; DURABILITY AND
THEY EXCEL ALL OTHERS.
Of 140,000 pairs sold last year by' two leading
Boston manufacturers, and warranted against
NOT ONE WAS RETURNED.
Patent Stamp on every one. Sold by all Lead?
ing Dealers. * feb25-imo
auctioneers' Jprioatc Salte, &JC
By J. FRASER flUTHEWES,
Heal Estate Broker, No. 56 Broad Street.
AT PRIVATE SALE,
PHOSPHATE LANDS of best quality and
Rice and Cotton Plantations in all paru or the
city Residences, Stores, Building Lots and
pERUVlAN GUAN O..
?O tons No. 1 Chincha islands PERUVIAN
0 DA?O. For sale by W. B. SMITH A-ca, .
m?rlS-1_? Napier's Range.
J3ACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
(CAPITAL $1,000,000) *
SOLUBLE PACIFIC CUAN O.
Tills GUANO is now so well known In all the
southern States for Us remarkable effects as ar
ag?pcy for increasing the products ?f labor, aa
not to require especial commendation from us.
Its use for ave years past has established lu
character for Tellable excellence. The large axed
capital invested by the Company tn tuts trade,
Affords the surest guarantee of the continued ex?
cellence of Its Guano. J. N. ROBSON,
- Selling Agent, charleston, s. C.
JOHN S. REESE A CO., General Agents, Balti?
more. . deo22-n*c
OP THE DAY.
DUGDALE & GIR?in
Soluble Bone Pnosphate of Lime.'..15.83
Bone Phosphate of Lime.10.64
(Equivalent to 12 per cent, of Sulphate of Am?
It will be observed that our Phosphate bas an
ample supply of the all important and vital crop
producing elements; viz : Soluble Phosphate,
Ammonia and Potash, and in view, of this fact,
and the strong testimonials which have been
given In its favor by so many planters who*have
given the "Magnum Bonum" an Impartial test
under Ootton the past season, may we not, with
perfect candor, assert that we have an
UNEQUALLED COTTON FERTILIZER,
And urge each pldnter to give lt a trial the com*
lng season ? .
DUGDALE A G1RVIN.
EQUAL TO PERUVIAN- GUANO-POUND FOR
WASHINGTON, N. C., September 13,1870.
Messrs. JOHN MEYER'S SONS:
I used the "Magnum Bonum Soluble Phos?
phate" bought of you, alongside of Peruvian
Guano, on Cotton, and Dud the product equal to
Peruvian Gn ?no-pound for pound.
1 am much pleased also with Us effects on Corn.
WILLIAM J. ARCUBELL.
FULLY EQUAL TO PERUVIAN FOR COTTON.
STATESVILLE, N. C.. August 17,1870.
Messrs. DUGDALE 4 G IRVIN, Kulti mo I '?, Md.:
Gentlemen-oar Mr. C. A. Carlton tried under
Cotton, Uils year, your "Magnum Bonum soluble
Phosphate" alongside of Ne. 1 Peruvian Guano,
au ir thinks your Phosphate fully equal to the
Guano, and believes that If he had used thc same
money value of each, thc "Magnum Bonum"
would not only have equalled the Peruvian, but
far surpassed lt. Yours truly,
CARLTON BROS. & CO.
MUCH BETTER FOR OOTTON THAN PERUVIAN
EDBNTON. N. C., August 20. 1870.
Mr. A. H. Rosa: " lA . '
Dear .'ir-The "Magnum Bonum? made by
Messrs.Dugdule ic QirViu, of Baltimore, and pur?
chased of you, was used under a portion or my
Cotton, alongside of Peruvian Guano, and the
Cotton is much better squared, end Will produce
more than that under which I used the Guano,
Yours, most obedient,
* W. W. HOSKINS.
Price-837 Per Ton Cash,
962 Per Ton Payable (with 7
Per Cent. Interest Added) on November 1.
JAS. IH. CALDWELL & SON,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. O.,
SEND FOR CIRCULARS I
By R. M. MARSHALL & B ROTHE ST
MULES, HORSES, AND LOT OF SUN?
DRIES, at Aucttori.
THIS DAY, at half-past io o'clock, at No. 31
Broad street. _ maria
By HOLMES & MACBETH,
TTTILLBE SOLD THIS DAY," AT HALF
TT IC o'clock, In front of oar office, No. 31
Two floe yoong MULES
One Dray, In good order.
T rms oaah. maris
By WM. McKATr
"fJfTILL BE SOLD THIS DAT, AT 10
TT o'clock, at. No. 140 Meeting street,
wnoilr^oWSunei,t o? New ftn? BMoa? hand
FURNITURE, Books, Dry Good j, Notions, Hard
W??W, AC. ^ *
. . ALSO, Vi
One good One-horse WAGON, Buggy a ai three
Soda Water Fountains, in complete!ord??
By N. A. HUNT.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THIS DAY, at io o'clock, at my Sales?
room, No. 142-Meetlng street, I will seU. "
100 cases BOOTS AND SHOES. 8prtllgG0OdS,
This la a splendid lot or Goods, direct rroin Fac?
tories, and are well worthy the attention of tie
trade. Bargains may be expected.. mailt
Bj MILES DBASE.
ESTATE SALE OF A COUNTRY STORE.
? by order of the Administrator. .
THIS HORK i so, at io o'otock, I wai seU at mr
store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
THE CONTESTS OP A COUNTRY S CORE, by
order of tue Administrator, consisting of:
PRINTS, DaLalnes, Gingham, Brown Homespun.
Shirting, Hickory Stripes, Ticking, Georgia'Stripe
Jean, Satinet, Corset Jean, Hosiery, Handker?
chiefs, Battons, Spool Thread, Paper Collara,
Coats, Pants andjVesta, Shirts, Drawers, Men's and
Boya' Wool and Straw Hats. Millinery, Cloth Caps.
Hollow-ware, Tinware, Shot, Flat Irons, Hoes,
Axes, Carry combs. Shoe, Scrubbing and Horse
Brushes, Shoes, soda, Cinnamon, Nutmegs, Mus?
tard, Pepper, Soap, Candies, Nalia, Whiskey,Vine?
gar, Crockery, aud ayarlety ot othp^rtlcles usu?
ally found in a well kept eountry floreT
Terms cash before delivery of-goods. Sale to
be continued from dajfeto day till all be sold,
Unction Salee-tature ?age.'
By A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
AUCTION SALE-ELIZABETH E. SAN?
DERS, Executrix, vs. Charles G. McKay,
Executor, e? al-In Common Pleas.
By virtue of an order In this case. Issued by the
Hon. R. F. Graham, Judge of the Circuit Court for
the First circntt, I will oner for sale, at Public
.Auction, at "the Old PostofBce, Charleston, S. 0.,
on TUESDAY, the 28th day of March, A. D. 1871,
at ll o'clock AM..
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
known as "Flagg Plantation," situate, lying and
being in the r arish of St. Thomas and SL-Denla,
In Charleston County and State aforesaid, measur?
ing rfnd containing seventeen hundred (1700)
acres, more or less, bntrlng and bounding to th?
north on Lund of Beresford Bounty; to the soo th
.on Land of W. L. Yenning and Samuel T. Mar?
tin; to the east on. Land of Jonah Veranlag,-arid
to the west on Land of--"Simona.
? ? ALSO,
AU that PLANTATION GR TRACT OF LAND,
known aa 'Taverrs,"'situate. lying and being in
the Parish of St. Thomas and stau-nla, Charles?
ton County and State aforesaid, measuring and
containing Ave hacdred and ten 1610) acres, more
or lees, butting and bounding co the nona OQ
Land of Dr. Edmond Ravenel; to the senth on
Lands of Beresford Bounty; to the east on Land
of Hamlin, and to the west on Landa of Dr. Ed?
mund Ravenel and John Sanders.
Ternis-One-third cash, and the balance' on a
credit of one and two years, with interest' from
the day of sale, payable annually, secured ty
bond or bonds of the purchaser .or purchasers,
and mortgage of the premises. Purchaser to pay
me for stamps endpapers. R. S. DURYEA,
. marl6-w2mtn2_Special Referee.
By* A. C. MeGILL lYARY,
JOHN HOLTON AND THOMAS HOLTON
vs. THOMAS ASHBY, Executor, et al.-La the
By virtue of an order of Court made in this case,
I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Old
Post?fflce, Charleston, S. C., on THURSDAY,
March 23d, 1871, at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that certain piece, parcel or LOT OF LAND,
with the buildings thereon, situated, lying and
being on the north Side of inspection street,
known as No. 8, In Ward 8, in the City of Charles- -
ton, measuring and containing In front on In?
spection street forty-two (42) feet, more or lesa,
and In depth from south to north one hundred
and fourteen (114) feet, more or less, batting and
bounding on the sooth on Inspection street, on
the east by land now or lately of Joshua Lazaras,
and west by - Parker, and on the north by
land of Captain-Grant.
Terms-One-half cash, and the balance bi abond
or bonds on a credit of one rear from the day of
sale, with interest thereon, payable semi-annual?
ly, the bond or bonds to be secured by ? mortgage
of the premises; the buildings to be insured and
the policies assigned until the bond or bonos are
paid and t he 'mortgage -satisfied. - Pofphaser to
pay me for stamps and papers.
R. 8. DURYEA,
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
V" ALU ABLE PROPERTY, CONSISTING}
of eight Stores and "Terpsichore" or "Torn
Halle," on the east side of King street, between
Broad and Tradd si reeta, which for fifteen years
previous to the bombardment of Charleston and
since the close of the war have always been rent?
ed, making them the most certain pieces of jeal .
estate in the city for yielding rents; also, No. 118
On TUESDAY, the 30th of March, at li o'clock
A, M., will be sold-at the old Postofflce,
The following REAL ESTATE In Charleston, aa
described In plat made by Edward J. White, sur?
veyor, In February, 1871, by the letters .
A. -The two and a half story BRICK TENE?
MENT STORE AND DWELLING with slate roof,
Ko. se King street. Lot measures 14 feet front
by 240 feet deep, on which ls a Tenement Kitchen
with slate roof.
B. -The two and a half story Brick Tenement
Store and Dwelling, with slate roof, No. 84 King
street. The Lot ls 17 feet front by 240 leet deep,
on-whlch le a Tenement Brick Kitchen, with slate
C. -The two and a half story Brick Store and
Dwelling, with tile roof, No. 82 King street. Lot
27 feet io Inches front by 211 feet deep, on which
is a two story Brick Kitchen, with tile roof.
V. - The two and a half story Brick store and
Dwelling, with slate roof. No. 80 Klug street. Lot
27 feet 6 Inches front by ?41 feet deep, on whleh ls
a two story Brick Kitchen, with slate roof, and a
large one story shed. This place has been for
many years used as a dying establishment by Mr.
E. -The two story Brick Store and Dwelling,
with slate roof, and one story wooden addition.
No. 78 King street. Lot 24 feet-7 Inches front by
241 feet deep.
F. -The two Btory Brick Stow? and Dwelling
with Un roof, and one story Wooden Shed, No. 7?
King street. Lot 27 feet 2 Inches by 241 feet deep,
on which is a two story Brick Kitchen with slate
roof and a Carpenter Shop.
G. -The two story Wooden Store and Dwelling
with tin roof. No. 74 King street. Lot 23 feet 2
Inches by 131 feet deep.
H. -The two and a half story Brick and Wooden
Store, and Dwefting with slate roof, No.-72 King
Etree t. Lot 32 feet 2 Inches frbnt by 131 feet deep,
on w4ilch ls a two story Brick Kitchen with slate
I. -The "Terpsichore" or "Turn Halle," having
an entrance on King street of eight feet wide,
running 131 feet, and then widening to 63 feet,
and running 110 feet deep.
The three-story BRI'JK STORE AND RESI?
DENCE, with tile roof, No. lia Church street, One
door sou'h of Queen street, containing six rooms,
pantry piazza, ftc and a two story brick kttch? -
en; lot 39 feet front by 39 feet deep.
Conditions-One-third cash; balance by bonds
beurina 7 per cent, semi-annual interesi.-payable
in one and two years, to be secured by mortgage
of the property, which must be kept insured by
the purchasers and the policies assigned; the pres?
ent policies of insurance tobe taken by purchasers
and paid for pre rata Purchasers to pay for pa?
pers and revenue sumps. maris
By LOWNDES? GRIM BALL.
ESTATE SALE BY ORDER OF THE
Exeeutors of the remainder of the property
10 merty beloon lng to the Estate General 0. 0.
Ptnckney, on the west side East Bay and Guig
nard 8'reet, or Hayne street extended, and which,
was withdrawn at sale of 16th ebruary, until
Council should establish Hue of Hayne street.
Will be sold at the Old Poatoffice, THURSDAY,
March 16.1871. at ll o'clock,
AU those LOiS OF LAND on the west aide of
East Bay, Just north of Market, described tn a
plat made by Wm. Hume, Surveyor, December 27,
1870. aa Lots A, B, C, D, K, varying tn measure?
ment from 22 feet 6 inches front on East Bay ana
167 (eet deep, more or less, to 27 feet front by 12X
feet 8Jnches deep, more or- less. ?'n one of these
Lots ia a good Two-story Brick House.
Those Three LOTS on the south side ofOuig
nard street, measuring each 28 f?tj"*}nJ**e??
more or less, and desoribed in Lots or w. M.
Hume, Surveyor, as Lots H. G, F.
Those Five LOTS on the north sWe of Market
P? east of BaTt Bay. meering each ?brm
feet, more or leas, and L?' _f "?ria"?J
Hume, Surveyor, by the numbers 13, ia, 14
^ms-One-third cash; balance in one, two and
three years, secured by bond and mortgage ot
thrt Durchauer or purchasers, with Overeat Iron?
the dav of sale, at the rate or seven per cent, per
annum, payable semi annually; buU-Hoga to be
Insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay
for papers and stomps,
plats may be seen at our office. mara