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THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1872.
'?NEWS OF THE DAT.
-Gold closed dull yesterday at 8Ja9.
.,-Cotton,- in New York, closed quiet and
Steady; uplands 21| cents; sal?s 1601 bales.
. -in Liverpool, cotton was dull and easier;
uplands lOAd.; Orleans 10|d.; eales 10,000
-The United States Court in Salt Lake City
refused naturalization papers to an avowed
-Paris advices slat? that a proposition tor
the total suppression of the International So?
ciety ls befcre the Assembly. .]
-A check for eight hundred and twenty
four dollars from Hong Kong completes. the
circuit of the world's charity for Chicago.
...-Alfred Tennyson bas been invited to visit
Berlin hy, the Empress Augusta, and will be the
guest of the royal family.
..-A large meeting of Irishmen was held
Tuesday evening, at St. Louis, to protest
against the unfair distribution of offices by the
party la power.
-A.Cincinnati dispatch says: The coro-:
Bor'ajury indicted Engineer Isaac Ackley, of
the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, for man?
slaughter. The testimony, le conflicting
whether, the whistle was blown Ju time. j
-The : steamer Halado, with three hundred j
bales of cotton, was sunk in Upper Red River.
No Uveslost^ .
-The Prince of Wales Is making eai Lsiacto
rjt progresa la his convalescence, but some
time must elapso -before bis health ls fully re?
.???Ehe'Court: of xSesslons' grand jury in New
York has- aa far uneatthed frauds oa the city
treasury ta the amount of $15,000,000, and bas
asked for further time. If lt bad been $15,000,
the rogues who stole it would have been In
-In Saxony a new kind of trial lor petty
crimes has been introduced, and, on account
"of Its successful working, its extension 'ta
other parts of Germany ls advocated. The
Jury, under this system, is composed of 'seven
members, or three legal gentlemen and four
laymen. A majority of the number can ren?
der a-vesdl?t, provided at least one lawyer
-A Connecticut clergyman recently an?
nounced from the pulpit that be had heard a
maa Bay that he had read the Bible through in
sixty boors. Determined to ascertain whether I
the Individual told the ?ruth. be set about It
himself, and read the whole of it aloud to his
wife Inr nlty-nlne hours and jBomethlng over
thirty minutes. He read &?metimeB an hour
aori sometimes two hours a day, keeping the
exact tim?, with thc result indicated.
-The helmet which ls to replace the French
kepi is described as being a mixture of steel
and brass, and In shape something of the old
Roman model. A brim running all around is
to protect the wearer from rain, and sword
onts; the front ls ornamented with a sun, and,
in time of peace, a cock ls to form tb/ spike.
The private will have br.iss, tbe regimental
officer's silver, and the general officers gold
cocks. The helmet i? to weigh three pounds,
and ls first tc be tried on the army around
Pariel - .
-Napoleon has lost one more of the few
genuine personal friends whom it had been
given to him to preserve through ali the vicis?
situdes ot his extraordinary career. John Gil?
bert Victor Flalln, Viscount, Count and Duke
Of Perslgny, died on Friday last at Nice,
whither he bad repaired with a constitution
broken rather by the excitements of a stormy
life than by years. He was but a lew months
older Utan the Emperor, whom he served with
such close and unswerving fidelity from the
prison to the palace and from youth lo age.
-The Richmond Dispatch ls not very enthu?
siastic over the productions of Virginia, which
have diminished every year since the war.
It asserts that the production of tobacco in
the James River Valley has diminished one
half. As to v/heat the diminution is Still
greater-the production for five years since
the war being as one to four what it was for
the five preceding the war. Tue last crop
was al m 031 an entire failure, and the receipts
fell off one-half, so that the Richmond millers
bad to purchase wheat at the North. Cattle,
sheep, horses, bogs and poultry have also di?
minished ia a greater ratio than the leading
staple?.,,. ; .
'j -TheN?w York Sun says: "We learn on
apparently good authority that after all his
debts are settled. Colonel Fl-k's property will
not net more than $100,000. Mr. John H. Co?
mer, Colonel Fisk's private secretary, is the
administrator of the estate. The vast bulk of
the colonel's property has gone Into the pock?
ets of the lawyers. His die was insured for
$20,000 in the Equitable Insurance Company.
It ls stated that oa Friday last Mr. Comer
called at the Grand Central Hotel to inquire
concerning ?in y thi og that the colonel might
have left In his rooms. It ls reported that tbe
proprietor presented Mr. Comer with a bill of
twenty-five hundred dollars for the use ot the
rooms In which Colonel Fisk died. Mr. Co?
mer protested againBt Ibis outrageous charge,
and the matter will probably go Into the
..-TheNew York World has a cable telegram
stating that lt ls rumored ia tho clubs teat
proceedings will shortly be instituted by her
Royal Highness the Princess Mary of Cam
- bridge to secure a divorce from her husband,
Prince Teck, on the ground of the Prince's
unfaithfulness. The Princess Mary Is the sis?
ter of the Duke of Cambridge, and was mar?
ried at Kew to Prince Teck, a German, In
June, 1866. She was thirty-three years of age
at the date of her manhge. She has since
had three children-the Princess Mary, born
at Kensington Palace, In May, 1867; Prince
Adolph, born In Angus'. 1868, and Prince
Francis, born In January, 1870. She has a
. pension of ?5000. Francis Paul Charles Lewis
Alexandre Prince de Teck is related to the j
Wurtemburg royal family. He is four years
younger than Mrs. Teck.
-The New Orleans correspondent of the St.
Louis Times writer about General M. Jeff.
Thompson as follows: l'This ex-Confederate
officer and a somewhat noted Individual ?3 at
present domiciled in New Orleans, and forms
a fraction of the ring of disreputable thieves
engaged In the laudable occupation ol plunder?
ing the honest portion of the people of Louisi?
ana. Th03e familiar with Jeff.'s course during
the 'late unpleasantness,' the vim and ardor
with which he fought the Federals, and who
have read his famous and somewhat bombastic
proclamation fulminated during the campaign
in southeast Missouri, In which he threatened
to draw, hang and quarter two Yankees for
every rebel put to death by the enemy, would
scarcely think It possible for the 'Old Swamp
Fox" to fraterniza so lovingly with Radicals
and carpet-baggers. In fact, he out-Herods
Herod, and is to day the most int&ase Radical
in the city. He Is now chief engineer of the
board of public works, au office worth, with
perquisites and stealings, about $20,000 a year.
He lives In a stylish mansion on St Charles
street, drives a spanking team, moves in the
best (Radical) society, and Is 'hail lellow well
met1 with all the big thieves o? the Black-aud
The State Debt.
We publish to-day the outline of a" new
project for the adjustment of the State debt.
I The prospect of the payment of the January
interest will doubtless have a reviving influ?
ence on the present drooping condition of J
lae South Carolina bond market. ' The ex
change of the present bonds for others to be
issued, at one-half their face value, would
briDg material comfort to the sick bondhold?
er if he could be made to believe that there
is a bona fide and trustworthy guarantee for
the payment of the new bond. But when
we bear in mind that the corrupt Ring in
Columbia is one of the high contracting par?
ties, and that compliance with the terms of |
the compact must, in some measure, de?
pend upon the good faith of this Ring, we
hardly feel sanguine that the new project j
will be hailed with that cordiality which its
sponsors doubtless think is ils due.
To Disappointed Ticket-Holders.
Gentlemen, we congratulate you. You
did not win the Academy of Music, nor the
one hundred thousand dollars, nor the ten
thousand dollars, nor any other considera?
ble prize. Nevertheless, we congratulate
yon. Yon have had a good time. Darin?
the post four, five or more months you bave
dreamed delici?os dreams. Hope, the siren,
was ever present with you. Welcoming you
with her radiant smile in the morning, she
followed you through the toil and worry of |
f the day, accompanied you to your couch
and flattered your rest with golden anticipa?
tions. Your waking moments were more
blissful even than your hours of repose.
How often has the town clock, striking the
after midnight hours, disturbed you in the
disposition of your property ! What good
fellows you intended to be-how much
wiser and better than all the mean crea?
tures who had drawn capital prizes before
ryou! Bo mach for father and mother; so
much for poor relatives and needy friends;
so mach for objects of actaal charity-the
rest to be carefully invested so. that yoii
could not waste it if you tried ever so bard.
And ob ! sach a present for the sweetheart'!
The widow's heart should leap for joy, and
the orphan should shout with rapture. The
pleasant surprises you planned would have
made your owe life and the lives of others a
Think of this and be thankful. Months
of bliss, and only fivo dollar? l0 pay f0r jt
all. Confess, it ia tila cheapest, sweetest
and most lasting pleasure you ever had.
Remember, too, that nobody ever did make
good uso of money drawn in a lottery, and
be grateful that you have escaped becoming
a spendthrift fool on the one hand, or a nig?
gardly knave on the other, despised by your
friends and contemned by the world. Who
does not prefer the fate of Alnaschar to that
of Mary Russell Mitford's rather ? And now
that the same old solid, steady, life-long ex?
istence of honest labor lies before you, re?
joice and be exceeding glad. Man was made
to earn his bread by the sweat of his brow,
and for the remaining years of your proba?
tion on earth you will have each day the
proud consciousness that you are fulfilling
the object of your creation. And if this
does not make you happier than a thousand
opera houses, then you are not the men we
take yon to be. Perhaps yon came within a
hundred of the capital prize. If so, you
have only to keep on for a century longer,
and a gain of a single number per annum
will bring you at last to the golden goal and
to utter misery. Remain poor and be happy.
A prominent railroad official informs the
AuguBta Chronicle that the number of fumi?
nes, emigrants, chiefly from North and
South Carolina, passing through Augusta
during the first fifteen days of this year, ex?
ceeded six hundred. About two-thirds of I
this number were en route for Arkansas and
Texas, the remainder settling in Georgia.
Included in this number are eighty negroes
from the single County of York, in South
Carolina, who, following the fortunes of
three white fumilies, were removing to
Mic Rtcc Duties.
In the course of an elaborate article on the
proposed repeal of the duly on foreign rice,
the New Orleans Price Current soys : ''While
"we disapprove of all duties laid for protec?
tion, and would rejoice at their general
"abolition, we cannot see the propriety of se?
lecting the poor and undefended iaterests of
"agriculture peculiar to certain sections, and
"subjecting them to special burdens, as In the
"tax on cotton, or leaving them out in the
'.cold, as in the proposed reduction of duties
"on sugar and rice. Any general reducion
"of duties we are prepared to advocate; but a
"special or sectional discrimination demands
"more deliberate action and impartial argu?
ment than can be adduced IE ~ moment.
' This repeal of duty should'not je sprung
"upon the South, especially when the princi?
pal rice-producing State is writhing In the
"agonies of misgovernment and insolvency.
"Let Congress pause."
Squandering the 1'ubllc Lands.
Notwithstanding the vast extent of this
country, there ls danger that unless some
practical legislation should intervene, the time
may come when it will be as difficult fur poor
men to buy land here as it is now for them to
do sp in Great Britain. In the Western and
Pacific States vast tracts are In the hands of I
speculators, while in many cases individuals
monopolize Immense portions ol territory for
cultivation. It Is said that In the San Joaquin
Valley, in California, nearly 3,000,000 acres, or
4687 square mlles,are owned by two men, while
another man owns a tract of 546 square miles.
Bixty-five miles offence surround a single pas?
ture in that Statu. There ls no subject of j
more importance to the future welfare of the
country than the immediate adoption of judi?
cious measures for preventing our public
lands from falling Into the grasp of greedy
A New, Plan for Woman Suffrage.
. The new institutions of self-government In
Russia confer, the right ot vollog on the
female holders of real property. This vote
must be given through a male deputy; but be
can be freely chosen, and need not be the wo?
man's husband. This Inspires a Philadelphia
paper to suggest that the ladles-those who
yearn for tho ballot-adopt the Russian idea
as the basis of their suffrage platform, and
that in their future appeal to Congress they
ask simply that every woman who is the bona
Ade owner of taxable properly may be entitled
to the privilege of a vote at all elections, pro?
vided the said vote be actually given by a
"male deputy," freely chosen by the said tax?
paying woman. It fancies such a proposal
might have more chalices of favorable recep?
tion In our National Legislature than those
hitherto submllted'by the various woman suf?
rago petitioners throughout the country.
iii ar ruo.
MALLOY-WILSON.-At Cheraw, S. C.. on the
eventng of the loth Instant, at the residence of
the bride's iaiher, by the Kev. Thoa. W. Hart,
H-NKv u MALLOY to MAGGIE L. WILSON, eldest
daughter of Or. Jno. J. Wilson.
PiNtKNEY-HOLLOWAY.-On the morning or
the 17th inst., at the residence or the brine's
father, by Kev. Dr. Ii. J. Fox, Rev. P. MISHAW
PiNCENBY, of Camden, a. C., to Miss MARY ELIZA?
BETH, eldest daughter of Unas. H. Holloway, of
Charleston. No cards.
of Miss JANE MUIR are requested to a'tend ber
Funeral Services, THIS AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock
at the First Presbyterian Church. Janis-1
COUNCIL, CHARLESTON, S. C., JANUARY 18,
1872.-By action of City Council, January e, the
office of CITY TREASURER was declared vacant :
a- d an election to nil the same ordered ror regu?
lar meeting TUESDAY, January 23. Applications
to be handed Into this office before 2 P. M. on that
day. W. w. SIMONS,
janl8-thtu2_Clerk of Connell.
pm* CITY HALL, MAYOR'S OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, S. C., JANUARY 17, 1872.-1
would respectfully request the attention of those
or our citizens that are required to take out
Licenses to the near expiration of thc time limit?
ed by law. It ls the Interest and the duty or |
every member of the community to make every
reasonable effort ror the common welfare, and
tho prompt payment of Licenses and Taxes
ls the most ncccBiary. Besides the law will
be strictly enforced without any favor or dis?
tinction whatever, and the proper officers have
been Instructed to proceed at qnce, from and af
ter the 21st Instant, against all delinquents. It Is
unpleasant for me to be compelled to impose any
penables, but this friendly notice should be
minded by all good citizens.
JOHN A. WAGENER,
pm* NATIONAL SAVINGS BANK,
FREEDMEN'S SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY.
CHARLESTON BRANCH, No. 74 DROAD STREET.
DIVIDEND No. 10, due January 1st, 1872, Is paya
ble on and after Wednesday, January 17.
Jini? 8 NATHAN BITTER, Cashier.
pa* ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
notified that any debts contracted Dy the crew or
Steamship FLORIDA will not be paid by either
C?ptala or Consi&qejjg, A-TORUS^OXS.
"PS* CITIZENS* SAVINGS BANK OF
SOUTH CAROLINA - CHARLESTON BRANCH,
No. 8 BROAD STREET.-On and alter TUUBSDAY,
18th January, 1872, the regular semi-annual Inter?
est will be paid to deposite!s.
Alt Interest not paid on the 3tst day of January
will be added to the principal of the depositor,
and will draw Interest as K deposited on the 1st
January. Depositors are requested to bring In
their books, that the interest may bc entered.
Interest ls c impounded quarterly, bet payable a;
heretofore in January and Joly.
D. RAVENEL, Jr.,
dee30-20 Assistant Cashier.
pm* THE CHARLESTON CHARITA
OLE ASSOCIATION, FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
FREE SCHOOL FUND.-OFFICAL RAFFLED
CLASS NO. 302-MORNING.
49-39-62-20-65-43-315-53- 1-59-22- 9
CLASS No. 303-EVENING.
24-33- 1-52-61-42-50-12-18-21- 37-26
AS witness our hand at Charleston this 17th day
of January, 1872. FENN PECS,
JAMES GILLILA ND,
octa ' sworn Commissioners.
^?-SCREv'EN HO DSE. -NOTICE TO
PARTIES INTERESTED.-Major JOHN W. CAM
ERON has consented to conduct, and is duly ap
pointed Manager or the SURE VEN HOUSE.
dec20 lmo R. BRADLEY.
pa- MCLEAN HAS IT \ HAS WHAT ?
Why that beautiful-set of TOY FURNITURE for
Raffle, made by a Charleston man, and the Hat ls
niling up fast. No time to be lost ir you want a
pm* OFFICE OF THE CITY APPRAIS?
ER, CITY HALL, CHARLESTON, S. C., JAN I ARY
l, 1872.-NOTICE.-Thia office will be opened from
this date, and remain open until the 20th instant
for issuing Licenses for the year 1872.
WM. H. EASTERBY,
^DANCING SCHOOL, OVER KINS?
MAN'S SALOON, BY MONS. BERGER, who is the
only proies-lo aal Dancing Master In the city.
Soiree as usual every SATURDAY, free to all pu?
pils. For particulars, apply at No. 33J King
pm* CLEAR AND HARMLESS AS WA?
TER-NATTANS'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOU
TUE HAUL-A perfectly clear preparation in one
bottle, as easily applied as water, rur restoring to
gray hair us natural color and you: u'ul appear?
ance, to eradicate and prevent dandrtur, to pro?
mote thc growth ot the hair and stop its railing
out. lt Is entirely harmless, and perfectly Iree
from any polscnous sub ; tance, and will therefore
take the place of all the dirty aud unpleasant
preparations now in use. Numerous tesl irannU s
have been sent us from many of our most promi?
nent citizens, nome er which are sui Joined. In
everything tn which thc articles now tn use are
objectionable, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY ls perfect.
It ls warranted to coaiala neither Sugar or Lead,
Sulphur or Nitrate or Silver, lt does not soil t.e
clothes or scalp, Is agreeably perfumed, and
makes one or the b.st dressings for the Hair lu
use. lt restores the color or the Hair "more per
feet and uniformly-than any other preparation,"
and always does so In from ttiree to ten days,
virtually reeding the roots or the Hair with all
the nouilshlng qualities necessary to Its g.owth
and healthy condition; lt restores the decayed
and Induces a new growth or the Hair more posi?
tively than anything else. The application or
this won lerrnl discovery also produces a pleasant
and cooling elect on the Bcalp and gives the Hair
a pleasing and ?l?gant appearance. ,
We call especial attention'to,the fact that a
limited number^fHrial bottles will be,glven way
gratuitously to those wishing to try lt.. You will
n tice tUarln pursuing this course our atm ls co
convince by the actual merits of the article.
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D." G.
For sale by the Agent, DR. U. RAER,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charlestob, S. C.
WANTED, A COMPETENT PASTRY
COOK. Apply at Waverly House.
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
assis: with housework. One without
children, and with re'commendaiions, can obtain
employment at northeast corner Smith and Mon?
tague streets. _Janl8-l?
TEACHER WANTED'.-A LADY TO
teach Vocal and Instrumental Music. Must
be a good Soprano Singer and a nne performer,
Salary $40 per monta and board. A lady who
can speak and teach French preferred, A lady
who eau teach Tocal and Instrumental Music and
French can get a salary of $60 per month and
board. Address President N. G. Female College,
Atlanta. Qa. P. 0. Box Ko. 117. Janis 6
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warranted
Sewing Machine in the market ls the tl OMS SHUT?
TLE, price $26 and $37. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency, No. 61 Hasel street, opporite Express
Office. T. L. 31-SELL/ * Janl2-6mo
VEGETABLE COOK WANTED AT THE
. Charleston Hotel. None need apply unless
experienced. ._ Janio
WANTED EVERYBODY TO KNOW
mat/you can get a First-Class SEWING
MACHINE from LUNaFORO, smith street, near
Wentworth, cneapcr than from any other man In
the city or State. Give him a call and see for
dliQrTK A MONTH, EXPENSES PAID,
W?O ? t) Male or female Agents.-Horse and
ou i ut iurmshed to sell our UNIVERSAL CEMENT.
Cumblnutlou Tunnel, Button Hole cutter and
ut ber article?. Circulars J ree. Address Novelty
company, Saco, Me. novll-78
AGENTS WANTED I-FOR THE UNI?
VERSAL TWINE AND TU I'.KAU CUTTER;
bavt? time, twine, thread? Angers and teeth. Some?
thing everybody wanta. Samples malled on re?
ceipt pf 25 cents. Address G?ORGE DAVIS, No.
5t-? Broiidwav. New york. ocrS0-3mos
Cost aub ironrto.
LOST, A KEY TO A YALE LOCK AT?
TACHED to a small wooden slip. Anyone
nuning the Bime by returning lt to thu office will
receive the grateful Hanks of an Office Porter,
who will nave to pay for the same if not lound.
ACAR-LOAD OF KENTUCKY MULES,
arrived this da; at Kentucky Mule Lot,
King street. Low for cash or city acceptance.
JUST ARRIVED, A LOT OP PRIME
Horses and Mares, Raised In the Mountains
ol Virginia and Tennessee, wine i wlh suit City
a"d Country purposes, wdl be sold cheap. Apply
at WILSON & CO.'S Slahltw, corner or Meeting
and Wentworth streets. A. WILSON & CO.
FOR SALE, THE SLOOP NEPTUNE.
Burthen 7 80-100 ton8. Can easy be made a
tnh?ng Smack, trading or for freighting. Can ue
seeu at Mr. s. Zinugueru's Ship 1 ard. if not sold
before, will be sold ut uucilon on the 23d instant.
Fur particulars inquire at J. L?IJE.VS, enter
Slate ami Queen streets._Jinia^*
/"IHEAP VEGETABLES CAN BE HAD
\J at Public Cemetery Farm, and at Stall No.
tu l.ower Vegetable Market. Cubbages from 26
ta 60 cents pur dozen: Turnips, rive bundies tor a
quarter, oilier vegetables in proportion. Also,
genuine Light brahma and Hali Brahma EGGS.
pl RAND EXPOSITION AND SALE OF
IX EUROPEAN PLANTS AND BULBS.
h AM EL A CO., Florists and Horticulturists, have
b i rived in Charleston v.iU a large assortment of
Ho lu,use aod Garden Plants; Fruit Tress of all
kinds; new Roses or the choicest varieties, In?
duing standards, Monthly Roses, and Dwarf
Hoses; a rich collidion of Bulbs, including La
Boul? de Canon, which ls universally admired fur
ita exquislre fljwers; Flower and Vegetable Seeds
orali kinds; st. Petersburg btawbeiries, bearing
iruit every mooth or the year as large as a ben's
egg; abu a number of other Plants too long Xor
luis splendid (tock ls tn exhibition and for
httle at Ko. 157 KINO STREET._J4uia-a
HORSES AND MULES.-JCST AR?
RIVED from Kentucky, and for sale at
unis House stables, -lo head No. 1 work Horses,
t pether with a lot of Ko. 1 plantait n Mules.
Planters sud others would do well to look In at
th's stock, aa thc terms are easy._jan12-fl
TWO'OR THREE MOKE FIRST-CLASS
SEWING Ma CHINES for sale cheap. Call at
LONS FORD'S, Smith street, near Wentworth.
FOR THEHOLIDAYS ?-NOW, LADIES
innl Gentlemen, 13 the limo lo go to
ALLIN'S, No. 839 King street, and get oue if his
bejutlfni, nice singing Canaries. You can bo cer?
tain that Mr. KLEIN will select one to your satis?
faction, and everybody who has bought them
aro iery much pleased. The price ls veiy mode
YET-RAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
Y V NEWSPAPERS In large cr small quautit:e?
Prier AO DENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
.Uli-' - of THE NEWS. mavis
T~ O EENTT^W?^^OMS ON FIRST
FLOUR In a pleasant location, with kitchen
and outhouses. Address S, at this office.
TO RENT, THE PREMISES No. 83 EAST
Buy, opposite Boyce A Co.'s.Wharl, well
Ki.own as an old established Bakery. Apply to
JOHN BUd>S, Hibernian HalL_Janl8-3?
TO RENT, TWO LARGE ROOMS WITH
Pantry and Piazza attached, In a private
family, pleasantly situated in westtrn part of city.
To approved tenant terms lew. Address ..B."
Pobtomce. J an ie- tu Uri*
two single gentlemen can be-accommodated
with BOARD by applying at Ko. 70 Wentworth
AGENTLEMAN DESIRES PRIVATE
lessons in the French language. Address,
muling terms, J. G. C., NEWS office. Janl8-r~
jyjOUNT ZION SCHOOL,
WI>NSB0RG>, S. C.
Tho Spring Session opens Monday, January
29,1872. The course of Instruction adoros thor?
ough preparation'for any department if univer?
sity study or for business life. The Virginia
Military institute has recently conferred upon
this Scnt.ol an Annual Prize Scholarship, cover?
ing tv.- r mire course tn that Institution.
Address M. M. FARROW,
RING'S MOUNTAIN MILITARY
SCHOOL. Yt i RR vi LL K, S. c.-The first
session or i he scliu-.i year, 1872, will begin on the
1st of February, and end on the 30tii of June.
Tents.-For School expenses, i. e., Tuition,
Bo ii'il. Washing, Fuel, Lights, Books, Stationery,
Ac, $135, payable lu advance. Circulars contain?
ing tull luM'uiutlon may be obtained npoti appli?
cation tO COLONEL A. COWARD,
deco stuth2mo3 Principal and Proprietor.
(Goparmcrslnjis aub tDissolutiorw.
?sER A HARMON ls this day dissolved by
mutual consent, and 0. A. GRAESER solely au?
thorized to settle its affairs, and will continue the
CO l i'ON FACTORAGE AND GENERAL COMM 15
S ON BUSINESS on his own account on Brown A
Co.'a Wharf. CLARENCE A. GKAEsER,
THOMAS F. HARMON.
Charleston, s. C., 1st January, 1872.
03 at ci] cs, J cm ?ir ri, ??c.
Nos. 665 and 567 BROADWAY, N. Y.,
LARGEST IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND
- Oil Paintings
AND ALL XI.S'DS OF
At the Lowest Prices.
^ON MARRIAGE, -ft^
Happy relier for Yoong Men from the effects
of 'Erjors and Abuses In early life. Manhood re?
stored. -Nervous debility cured, impediments
to Marriage^ removed. New ' method of treat
meat. Naw^ad remarkable remedies. Books
sud Circular?*ant fies; in sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress HOWARt) ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South
Nluth street, Philadelphia, Pa. ' octia
UNION KILWINNING LODGE, ;No. -4,
A. F. M -Toe Regular Monthly Meeting of
thia Lodge will be held THIS EVENING;' 18th In?
stant, at 7 o'clock, at H ol m cs's BslL V
Members and Candidates will please be punc?
tual In attendance.
By order o? W. M. W. GEO. GIBBS,
r* ERMANIA LODGE, No. 5, K. OP P.
\X Regular Meeting THIS (Thursday) EVENING,
at hair-past 7 o'clcet. Members are requested to
be punctual, especially those not having received
the Second and Third Degrees yet.
By order W. 0. ED. WEERHOLZ, R. S.
THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OP
SOOT ll CAROLINA-The Seventy-seventh
Annual Meeting will be held at the Board or Trade
.Rooms, on Tins DAY, 18th January, at hair-past
7 P. M..
By order of the President._janis
PHONIX STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-The Anniversary Meeting of this
company will be held THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock.
By order Wu. AIKEN KULLY. President.
Q. E. DAVIS, Secretary.
There will be a meeting of the Court at 6 o'clock
PALMETTO GUARD RIFLE CLUB.
An Extra Meeting of this Club will be held
THIS EVENING, at half-past 7 o'clock, at Archer's
Hall. A punctual attendance ls requested as
bustne.-s of great importance will bs discussed.
The stewards are prepared to report.
By order or the President. . ,
Janis Secretary and Treasurer.
?gONDS, COUPONS, ?fcc.
GOVERNMENT, STATE, CITY AND RAILROAD
BONDS AND COUPONS
Gold and Hiver
Dealt regularly In.
COLLECTIONS OF DIVIDENDS, COUPONS AND
COMMERCIAL PAPER-SIgh; and Tlrae-upon
all points In the United States, made upon the
most favorable terms, and proceeds promptly ac?
49" All business attended to with fidelity and
A. C. KAUFMAN,
deco tutus No. 25 Broad street.
RATIONAL SAYINGS BANK.
FREEDMAN'S SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY,
CHARTERED BY ACT OP CONGRESS.
OVER $3,000,000 ON DEPOSIT.
DEPOSITORS SECURED BY U. S. BONB3.
CHARLESTON BRANCH, NO. 74 BROAD ST.
Interest begins on the first ot every month, ac
SIX PER CENT., compounded January and Jaly
TO BUSINESS MEN.
Interest snowed at tho rate of FOUR PER
CENT, on Deposits, subject to check at sight. IQ
tere-1 calculated every thirty days, ir required.
Fractional Currency received on deposit.
Sight Drafts on New York, Baltimore and all
the principal cities In the Southern States.
Banking hours from o A. M. to 4 P. M., and on
Saturday evenings from 5 to 8, to receive de?
posits. NATHAN RITTER,
BLE PACIFIC GUANO
SEA ISLAND COTTON,
THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY PER CENT. ON
MONTE'S CORNER, S. C., 1
GIPPY PLANTATION, January 1, 1872." j
Dear Sir-I neugin one ton of PACIFIC GUANO
last Spring, which was applied on ten acres of
Long Cotton, tho result was thirty-five pounds
more of Lint Cotton to the acre than was obtain?
ed from the same Held nnmannred. The cotton
bas been sold for 70 cents per pound.
Respectfully, Ac, . A. D. HARE.
Apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Noa 68 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
?rcm.5 $)ri?e Distribution.
Q.OLD BONDS 1 GOLD BONDS !
THE THIRD GRAND SINGLE NUMBER RAFFLE
CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION
UNITED STATES GOLD BONDS, .
WILL TAKE PLACE AT No. 147 MEETING ST.,
ON THURSDAY, THE 25TU DAY OF JAN'Y,
AT ONE O'CLOCK, IN PUBLIC.
THE SCHEDULE OF AWARDS OF TUE GOLD
BONDS CAN BE SEEN AT ANY OF
THE AGENTS' OFFICES I
THE RAFFLE WILL POSITIVELY TAKE PLACE
ON THE DAY NAMED I
CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION
No. 147 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON
CERTIFICATES FIVE DOLLARS EACH !
tgijftre, cJobarro, Ut.
TAIL MANUFACTURING CIGAR AND TOBACCO
No. 310 KING STREET, TUREE DOORS SOUTH OF
MEERSCHAUM PIPES a specialty, therefore
can sell at prices to surprise you. Suitable for
An extensive and complete, assortment or all
articles In his line or business ls kept constantly
on hand, giving a facility or Ailing, without de?
lay, all orders extended to him, accompanied
with cash, or draft on responsible houses In the
city. Purchasers are requested to examine his
Dorfect Stock berore trading elsewhere.
v WILLIAM SCHRODER,
Proprietor or Emperor William Cigar Store.
S MxottTUQ, Zvatoxs, Ut. -:
piSH EOES-"! FISH EOE S S
PISH ROES, Pickled and Dried, at
_Corner Market and Meeting streets,
YT1HOICE SMOKED TONGUES, AT 50
Soasid PIGS FEET, at
JURIED FIGS, IN DRUMS AND BAS?
KETS, at Cost Price, at
' _ WELCH'S GROCERY.
?J^ORTH CAROLINA CORN WHISKEY.
at $2per Gillon, a Specialty. Guaranteed Pure,
at WELCH'S GROCERY.
Gooda delivered free of charge. ; ; decl9
JgALTl SALT! SALT I
1800 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, for sale and to
arrive, ex hark "Windermere."
Janl7 HENRY CARD.
AST ER N HA Y
loco bales EASTERN HAY, to arrive, and for
sale in lots to salt purchasers by -
JOHN H. HOLMES,
Janl2 Southern Wharf.
CjQg KING STREET. ?Q?
economical establishment, where can be found
everything to gladden the housekeeper, has re?
plenished the Btoek of articles in its line, and tho
demand for all of the choicest articles can now be
met; and, as heretofore, satisfaction guaranteed.
In commencing a new year, the
people always profit by past experience, and the
chief member of this firm having an extended
knowledge of the
business, knows exactly what ls needed to make
a success in what he undertakes, and no
in this city can surpass this one for cheapness
and tho character of the goods on sale, as ls evi?
denced by the undiminished demands
unabated interest of consumers. Large addi,
tiona have been made to the already numerous
stock. Also, the specialty-that dollar
has been greatly augmented; in fact, nowhere
can be found a moro complete and varied assort?
ment than at this -
CHINA, CROCKERY, CUTLERY,
WOODEN-WARE, SOAPS, AG.
W1U be sold on TO-MORROW EVENING, at half
past 7 o'clock, at No. 388 King streer, north of
George street, and continue every evening until
the stock ls disposed of, ?.
THE BALANCE OF GOODS contained in said
Store, being surplus Stock of Mr. J. W. LINLEY,
who has removed to No. 190 L. jg street, consist?
ing In part of:
FREN JU AND ENGLISH CHINA, Breakfast,
Dinner and Tea Sets, Glassware of all descrip?
tions, Fancy China Vases, Ornaments and Toys,
Fine English Table Cutlery; Pi a ted ware, suchas
Ice Pitchers, Butter Dishes, Castors, Table and
Teaspoons, Forks, Ac; Fancy Soaps, Extracts
and Pomades; al?o, a large lot or HOUSE-FUR?
NISHING GOODS, such as Tinware, Backets,
Brooms, Tubs, Baskets, Ac.
WM. MCKAY, Auctioneer.
Terms cash. janlO-5
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.-A L L
Dc-rsons holding claims against the Estate
of OLIVER D. SEYMOUR, Jr., deceased, will pre?
sent them properly attested, and all pera ms in
indebted will make payment to WILLIAM M.
BiRD A CO., No. 201 East Bay street.
(Signed) O. D. SEYMOUR,.
Charleston, January 4, 1872._Jan4-th3
NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAVING DE
MANDS against the Estate or JOHN CAMP
sE.v, merchant, deceased, will present them duly
attested, and all indebted to the same will make
payment to the undersigned.
WILLIAM UFFERHARDT, 1
J. c. H. CLAUSSEN, J Executors.
TTO A. MOSES, Pn. D.
Geological Surveys and Maps promptly and
exactly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro?
perties reported upon, and Working Plans fur
alane i. Separat ng and Metallurgical Proces?
ses adapted to Ore Deposits, special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES or FERTILIZERS,
Drugs, Ores. Minerals, Ac. LABORATORY,
dec23-8tuth8mo_No. 28 George street. |
rp W. S T A N L ? N D ,
NAVAL. STORES BROKER,
MARSHALL'S WHARF, EAST END CALHOUN
STREET, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
TTTE LITE AND LEARN, DYE AND
TT FORGET ALL.
TUE SOUTHER* DYE HOUSE,
NO. 359 KINO STREET,
Dyes and Cleans, by means or steam, Gentle
.men's, Ladles' and Children's Clothes. Fm?
Laces and Dace Carums cleaned and done
up with the Sort or Manufacturers' Finish; Lace
anti crape Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and
&3~ Good3 received and returned by Express,*, |
Jun22-iyr L -BILLER, Proprietor.
&Toter?t$i Honors, &t.
^PPLES R? A L E S I f,
??.'Ch:ice lot.of BALDWIN'S, SPITZENBURG,
WI8?ER PIPPING and POUND SWEETS, land
log from steamer Georgia. For sale by
JOHN F. O'NEILL, No. 167 East Bay.
? Janig-8 -.-.-.-.
QUGNAO AND -LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
A TOBIAS' SON8, .No. , 110- EAST - BAY?
Offer for sale from c. s.. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and .LA ROCHELLE BRANDT,
vari?os vintages, in
?nar ter caska .
Eighth casks ? .
Cases of one dozen bottles each;
QHOICE WHITE MILLING COEN AND
FLOUR, LANDING THIS DAY.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 Eas-Bay, Offer for
sale invoices Choice White MILLING CORN and
Extra FLOUR, landing this day.' . . . angs-smo
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. UO East Bay. ofler .foi
sale an Invoice or Choice HARMONY'S PALE
SHERRY WINE. A. TOBIAS' SONS.
ang8-6mo r . ' . in :
QHOIOE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., Na HO East Bay, offer foi
sale an invoice of Choice HAVANA. ciGARSy
direct from Factory in Havana. angs-wno
A TOBIAS' SONS. No. HO East Bay, offer jtor
sale an Invoice of FIRE CRACKERS, landing rafa
day._? . ? angs-amo ;
"\TTNEGAB, PBTJNES, WHITE WINE,
Y CLARET, AC .
A TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale VINEGAR,
Prunes, white' Wine, importad direct from.
France, ii .-v aogS-smo?
?gNGLISH POBTE? AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of. Messrs. Edward
A George Hibben, of London, offer for-sale Bib?
bert's PORTER and Bass's PJ.LE ALE-pinta
and goans. . ? . . ?. . ? ??, ?.aogMmo
Ntl? flnbiucmons. "
poG?ETiE's BOOK: DEPOSIXOBY.
We are now display mg an unrivalled stock of
ELEGANT BOOR? m every department of Lite?
All the New &nd Standard Poets, Illustrated;
Standard Literature and Theo o?;y, the beat edi
Especial care has been taken lo. make this de?
partment attractive by . the selection of Good
Books, combining entertainment as weil as '.n
otructiou to tho yonng.. The Uti le folks have had,'
especial attention given to their wants this sea?
son by the publishers generally. Booka for th??
young or all agra are amongst tue most beautiful
publications-oi tha-.seaton, an! much lower in.
pi ices tha i las; year. *
BIBLES AND PB A YER BOOKS. :
Ox ford Editions or Fa mlly .ami Pocket Bibles.
We have just received a large invoice or Oxford
Blb.es and Prayer BOOKS'. The assortment embra?
ces every variety of editions and styles issued by
the Oxford press, which, together with a variety
of other English and American editions, inako
the largest and most elegant va riety of Bibles and
Prayer Booka ever offered tor sale In Charleston,,
and at greatly reduced pt Ices. . c-J .
Illustrated Books and Sets of Standard Authors,
Including Scott, Cooper,. Dickens, Thackeray*
Isaac Disraeli. Lamb,. Waverly Novels, Macaulay,.
Christopher North, Poe, Kalian, Milman, Hood,
Fronde, Mommsewv'Jowell's Plato, AC. AC. ! i v
Our stock ls too large and varied to enumerate,
but our store ls arranged with a view to the con?
venience of customers, and .the price of each,
boos marked In plain figures.
... FANCY ARTICLES.
Desks, Work Boxes, Writing Cases, Portfolios^
Photograph Aihoma, Fancy Ink. Stands, Fancy.
Boxes of Note Paper.
Sunday School Library and - Books' for Prises,
Sunday School Carda Illuminated Texts, Fancy
Books, and a large variety of Books suitable lor
presentation to teachers and scholars. - rl
49* Persons residing in the country will please
sear m mind that by sending their orders to us
tor any books published ta America, they will' be*
charged only the price of the book. Wo pay torr
thc postage or express. . >
FOO ARTIE'S ; BOOK DEPOSITORY, . *
no. 300 King street, (in the ?end.) Charleston. 8.9
OUTH OAROL?NA RAILROAD
. CTLABLBSTON, S. c., December 23, IS71. ?j
On and am r SUNDAY, D-. cen ber 24, the Passen?
ger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad wilt
run as follows: , ...,,' . .. ' V
YOB ADOoanL '
Lstm Charleston....;...>..-... MO A. M
Arrive at Augusta.4.25 P. Ki
.JOB OO'LTOMA. n h-.ai
Loavo Charlee ten..... liiiSi......... 8.10 A. V*.
Arrlve-at Columbia.446 P.M.
JOB OHABIiSSTOM? i i
L?avc Augusta............. M....>,. ^ lt* ?r S
Arrive at Charleston.........- 8.80 P. M.
Liave Columbla......^....M....'..7.40 AM..
Arrrive at Charleston.:... 8.20Km.
THBOUOn WILMINGTON TRAIN.
Leave Augusta.'..j.3.oe A. M.
Arrive at Ringville...MOA. M.
Leave Ktagvlile...12 so p. M.
Arrive at Augusta...............6.80 P. M
ACOCSTA NIGHT KCPBHES,
(Sundays excepted.) .
Leave Charleston. -. ~.. .?.. S.SO P. M.
Arrive at Augusta................ . 7.S)A M.
L3avp Augusta.6.00 p. M.
Arrive at Charleston.?...........~. 6.55 A. M.
COLUMBIA Hiorrr axrsias.
Leave Charleston. 7.10 P. BL
Arrive at Columbia....6.81A.M.
Leave Columbia..*.103 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston. 7.00 A M.
. stnofBBVnXB THAI K .
Leave Summerville at..7.25 A. M.
?rrive at Charleston at.8.46 A. M.
eave Charleston at.-..3.so P. M.
Arrive at Summerville at..4.45 P. M.
Leave Camden. ?............. *.. A.16A.M.
Arrive at Columbia-.io ,0 A. M.
Leave Columbia.1-43 P-M.
Arrive at Camden-.-.S.25P.M.
Day and Night Trains make close connection
a'Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Centrai
Railroad. - 1 1
Night Train connects with Macon and Augusta
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad, and with Charlotte Road
to pom ts North.
camden Train connects at Kingvr.ro dally (ex?
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
rans through to Columbia.
" AL. TYLER, vice-President.
S.B. PIOKENS. Q.T. A_ tania:
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
CHARLESTON, S. C., February ll, 1871.
Trains win leave Charleston. Daily at 6:80 A. M.
and 6.16 P. M. . i ;. . --to;
Arnve at; charleston 7:80 A M. (Mondays Tut*
epted)and OP. E
Trata does not leave Charleston 6 P. M., SCH
Train leaving tao A M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acqoia
Creek only, going through In 40 hours. - -
Passengers leaving by 6.16 Pi M. Train har?
choice of route, via Ri chm cad and Washing ten,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train.lay over on, SCNDAY in Bal?
timore. Those leaving on S ITUK DAY remain SUN
OAT in Wilmington, N. O.
Thia ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleanaiii
route to Cincinnati, Chicago and other point?
West and Northwest, both Trams making con*
nectlona at Washington vrttH Western trains
ol Baltimore and o alo Railroad.
S. S, SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. euupoa, General Tlokec Agent,
OFFICE OF THE SAVANNAH AND
CHARLESTON, S. 0., November 22,1871.
On and afier MONDAY. December the nth. the
Passenger Trains on this Road win run as follows
Leave Charleston dally.3.26 p ir.
Arrive at Savannah daUy. fl 16 P 5*
Leave Savannah dally.iris p" 5*
Arrive at Charleston dally.6.86 i! 5"
DAY TRAIN. ?.
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 8.16 A. M.
Arrive at savannaa,,Sundayii excepted. 4.16 P. M.
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted... 8.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exe'ted. 4.06 P.IL
Freight forwarded dailv on through bills of lad?
ing to points In Florida and by Savannah nae of
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch givea to
freights for Beaufort and points on Port Royal
Railroaded at as lo wastes as by any other line.
i& tm. ,-. C. S. GADSDEN,
. a., Engliieer and Superintendent.
. S.-C. BOYLSTON, Gerri Ft. and Ticket Agent, j