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AddteSS Kl ORD AN, DAWSON 4 CO..
'i '.no. un East Bay. Charleston. S.O. [
Wit <%rtl*#ton &tiv?.
TUESDAY; JANUARY 23, 1872.
? -' M"
SEWS OF THE HA T.
-Gold closed, yesterday at 9a9?
'-rji 'Kewhrork, cotton closed quiet; up?
lands ^2J cent?; sales 1990 bales. J J
' -The Liverpool cotton market closed quiet |
and stead y j uplands lOid. ; Orleans 10Jd.; sales I
2$??jytjftjt&: . !
-Edmund Yates, the novelist, will visit
America"'neit ' fall, and lecture on Dickens,
Thackeray and Jerrold'.
-The London Lancet thinks that dui lng the
" coming spring, or early In the summer, chol?
era will reappear In Astern Europe.
. -There tire signs ol a breaking np in the
ranks offne Republicans In France. The De
mocracy of Gambetta ls too mild to suit the
extr?me tendencies of the day.
-The great Arms throughout England are
one by one' yielding to the demands of the j
workmen for a reduction In the hours of labor |
to fifty-four per week.
-President Grant has made good his def al
cation ny giving his check for $5000 to balance
hts little' account' which has been Btandine |
agald'st him tn the treasury since he was an j
-Next Friday is set down for the execution
bf George Botts for the murder of "Pet" Hal?
stead." 'The1'hanging will be conducted with
the^thios^^prlvacy. 'Few"personswill be ad?
mitted ??rad? of th? proper officers and pro?
perly ?ccre?itetl pres3 representatives. . '. r
'-TBe wear and tear of politics has worn out
General Tro ch 11, who has been; since thc fall
of Parrs, one of the most roundly abused men
Of France. He is now said to be awaiting the
perjod-When he" wilt have ihe right to retir? as
a general, Which will be ihree months hence,
before resigning his seat in the French As?
sembly and miring completely into that pri?
vacy'which he so- ardently-covets.
-The DukeB of Buccleuch and Devonshire,
wllhwhom, are associated a number of Eng?
lish capitalists, have set about creating a great
port on the Lancashire coast, to rival Liver?
pool. The site is Barrow-in-Furness, and ls
not unknown.to the mercantile.world In con?
nection wjith itsi Bessemer steel works, which
yield abrollt of' ?500,000. There has also been
erected there quite recently very extensive |
Jute works.ss v .
-Mr. Henry Snapp, a new member of Con?
gress from Illinois, mada his malden speech
last week against the civil service reform. He
waa Burro und ed by a crowd of members,
chiefly Democrat?, and e reporter says thar,
alluding to the latter, he said: "You are
hungry- lor offices, but you can't come lt."
With this the gentleman placed his thumb on
hie nose and wriggled his fingers, in token of |
-When Utah becomes too Gentile for the
Mormons they might emigrate to the extreme
northern waste of 81beria, where polygamy is
practiced to an unlimited extent by the tribes
inhabiting the country. Each man has as
many -wives as he can keep, the women, if
they do not suite the tastes or expectations of |
their husbands, being discarded and sent back
to their parents alter a few weeks' probation.
Misconduct on the part of a wile is punished
by the forfeiture of a portion of the offender's
nose, and many victims of this rigorous law
are to be met with.
j -Washington advices state that the esti?
mates for the next fiscal year call for over
$300,000,000, of which a little more than a
third part are;required to pay the interest on
the public debt, the remainder being for the
ordinary expenses of the government. The
Senate costs over $600,000; thA House over
$3500,000; foreign intercourse over $1,000,000;
the;mints and assay offices over $750,000; the
collection of internal revenue and of customs
$6,?oo,?00 apiece; th? military establishment*
$3l,Q0O,0OO; the navy, $19,000,000; the Indians1
$600,000; the Government Printing Office
nearly $2,000,000; the storm signal service lesa
than $200,000; Department salaries $5,500,000,
and the Federal judiciary nearly $4,000,000.
-A new and substantially built brick
theatre, called the Academy ol Mude, which
ls said to be as perfect in all its appointments
as any theatre In tho West, was opened in
Chicago last Wednesday night, having been
built, foundations and all, Inside of six weeks.
The erection of the building, which hos seat?
ing capacity for. fifteen hundred .persons, is
described as something wonderful even for
Chicago. Masons, carpenters, pi asiereis,
freecoers, upholsterers, gas-fitters, painters
and scenic artists trod so closely upon the
heels of each other that by the time the first
had finished their work the latter had almost
completed their labors a'so. aud this not with,
standing the fact that last December was the
coldest ever known In Chicago, and that from
beginning to end the contractor bad to con?
tend against a scarcity ol almost every kind
of material needed for a structure o? that char?
: -The "Coming Man" of Wall street is one
Henry Smith, formerly of the firm of smith,
Gould it Martin, but who withdrew some lime
ajo,-and has since been operating in bis own
name. He ls described as a young man, "en?
ergetic and foreseeing," and a bold, fearless
speculator, who, having once calculated the
Chances, persistently pushes forward lill suc?
cess ls attained.' He spends bis whole lima In
Wall street, dealing almost exclusively in rail?
road shares-sometimes carrying millions of
dollars' worth. It is predicted of him that his
immense railroad interests will yet necessitate
his becoming manager of some one of the
great railroad corporations. Vanderbilt, Goold
and other '?Princes," recognize in him "a foe
man worthy ot their steel," and prophesy that
he wUl become "Dictator" ol the street.
Smith, it seems, has already a large following j
of operators In Wall street, as has every new
?nan possessing audacity, originality and-suc?
-An interesting discovery has been made In
the south of France. A distinguished geolo?
gist has found la the Pyrenees, only a slight
distance below the soil, the remains of pre?
historic clUes. The discoveries are very nu?
merous, and will help in pushing the domain
of history still farther back into the patt than
it has ever gone before. Previous to 1854, we
had no idea of lacustrine habitations, but in
that year the winter was particularly crisp
and ct ld in Switzerland, and the level of the
waters was lowered In all the lakes. The in?
habitants of Hellen had profited by the low
water to raise a little dike on the borders of
Lake Zurich. Driving down some piles, they
encountered obstacles, and found that plies
and enormous thick oak planks had already
been driven down. Between the pieceB of wood
they discovered stone and bone instruments,
clumpy pottery, Ac. These utensils bore such
a resemblance to those in use by ihe primitive
people, that it was at once concluded that the
Mellen discoveries were of the greatest anti?
quity. The "drat men" of that country were
supposed to have built their habitations above
the water, and ir the hypothesis were just, the \
1 same vestiges ol another ago would be found
at the bottom of the principal lakes. These
conject urea were soon confirmed. The fishers
remembered that, on former occasions their
nets had .been.caught upon piles driven in the
lake bottoms, and pottery had also been found,
but had-been ascribed to a later date. At last
every one went to hunting In the lakes, and
'out of the depths of the Helvetian lakes they
drew up to the light of modern day a civiliza?
tion heretofore unknown. Ia Switzerland,
more than two hundred "stations," as the dis?
coverers called them, or relics of primitive
villages, were found. But they did not all be-1
long lo thc same epoch; some were classified j
as having been built in the stone age, others j
in thc bronze age, and still others in the iron
age. The discoveries in the Pyrenees disclose
habitations ot the same general character as
those under the Swiss lakes. In all the west?
ern part of the Pyreneean chain these habita?
tions are very numerous, and belong to the
stone ag<>. The Archaeological Society of that
district is making efforts", at great expense, fo
develop these discoveries into a species of
history of the people who inhabited the
The Collection or the Taxes.
The Columbia Union professes to have |
trustworthy information that "the people in
'nearly every county in the State have paid
I "their taxes with more than the usual de
' "gree of promptness. In some counties,
"the collection has been remarkably close,
"as in the case of Chester, only a few hun
"dred dollars remaining unpaid." If this
statement is correct, money must be flow?
ing pretty freely into the State Treasury.
Now the question comes up: What are the j
officials of the Ring, who practically con-1
trol this cash, goiog to do with il? Will
they fritter it away in public extravagance,
or gobble it outright, as they have already
done so many millions of the people's
money? Or will they make haste to cover
up a portion of their gigantic frauds by re?
deeming some of the bonds which they have
hypothecated for a mere fraction of their ]
face value? This is what the tnxpayeiSj
would like, just now, to know.
"Other things being equal, size is an in?
dication of power," is a phrenological
motto. This contradicts the old saw,
"Little head, little wit; big bead, not a blt." |
Oftentimes the saw is mor? to be relied on
than phrenology, for it is now known that i
mental power depends much less upon the j
mass than upon the quality of the brain.
A little head may contain a brain with many
deep convolutions, and a great deal of gray
matter, while a big head may hold a vast
flabby brain as destilute of intellectual
force as a tub of soap fat. But, in general,
the very greatest men have lurge brains.
Cuvier, WebBler and Napoleon are well
known examples. It is stated that Fisk's
brain weighed fifty-eight ounces ; Webster's
only fifty-three anda half; Cuvier's sixty
four and a half; Professor Abercrombie^
sixty-three, and RuloiTs, the murderer, lifty
nine ounces. The lato Dr. Horner, Profes?
sor of Anatomy in the University of Penn?
sylvania, had an enormous head. The
weight of bi3 brain was never ascertained.
We are a little curious to know how the j
exact weight of Fisk's brain was deter?
mined. Was there a post-mortem or was
the top of his bead sawed off merely to
gratify a morbid curiosity ? The weight of
bis heart is also given. Science is a little
too prying if it exacts as the penalty of
?greatness, whether io rascality, war or poli?
tics, a cutting up of the body, which must |
be distressing to the relatives of the de?
ceased, and not very gratifying to tbe ghost
of the' departed.
Reporting Ran mad.
Accustomed to not less delicacy in journal?
ism than in private conversation, what
would the staid citizens of Charleston think
if they sbonld wake up some morning and
find the local columns of THE NEWS filled
with a description of the horses belonging
to tbe most respectable ladies and gentle?
men in town ? What if this should be fol?
lowed on another morning by a description
of the cows of these same citizens? And
what if these descriptions should be any?
thing bat complimentary ? Yet this is what
they are doing in the Northwest.
The local reporter of the Indianapolis
Evening Journal chronicles the age, com?
plexion and general appearance of the horses
ia bis town in the following unique style:
"Captain Ed. Howe drives a bay horse
twenty-six hands high, twenty-six years old,
with a flatly developed head aud slightly bald
iu the tall. Mr. Wm. Mauser annihilates space
by the means ol' an old but well preserved
while horse, which the same can hold his oats
In his twenty-alnth year. The widow of
distinguished physician drives au ashes ol' rose
horse, ailliclcl with goitre. Ed. Moody
cleaves thc air behind a venerable bay horse,
willi one eye in permanent eclipse. Arnon?
other peculiarities, he takes spells of going
sidewise like a crab. Dr. Fletcher has a don?
key afflicted with hypertrophy of the abdo?
men. L. A. Heifer drives a white sway?
backed horse, now cutting a third set of teeth,
in lils twenty-eighth year. L. W. HasBelman
flashes through the streets in the roar of a |
Robert-narratived steed, whose abbreviated
caudality is lu a chronic state of erection.
John F. Hill drives an abundantly bowelled
horse named Prince. Dr. Newcomer drives
a gray horse of great age and experience, and
j his ginger-oolored dog brings up the rear.
The doctor's animal ls called a fiery steed, be?
cause he can only be started by building a
fire under him. To bis credit be it said, how?
ever, he always responds, with the prompti?
tude of a patent brake, to the cry of 'Whoa !'
E. T. Fletcher has two pioneer bays, both born
on the Donation. He limbers them up with
embrocations of fish-worm oil. One ol' them. |
is suspected of stump-sucking."
The description of the cows owned by
private individuals in Indianapolis given by
this same reporter is not so absurd as the I
ajjove, bat quite as personal. Such reading
must benn comfortable to the parties whose
names are giren, we should think, and the
'wonder is that they have not made the re?
porter still more contemptible than them?
selves. The people of that section are not
thin-skinned. If they pnt np with each
horse notes, they will bear anything, and it
might be well for the enterprising reporter
to try his band on a description of the noses
of the principal people in town, as, for ex?
ample, Dr. Brown has a large, bnlboos, blue
nose; Mrs. Shanks's nose is a Une one, but
a shade too 'thin ; Captain Price fetches
breath through a fearful nose, with thin nos?
trils; Miss Williams iaualesjhe gale through
a sweet little pug nose, slightly rampant;
the Widow Jenkins employs a long, salmon
colored nasal trumpet to do her snoring;
Ben Weller flings his snuff into a nose like
a pepper cruet; Parson Anderson runs a i
Roman proboscis that takes two handker
chiefs to blow; Tompkins, the saddler, hasn't
got any nose-it was eaten off last month
by the rats, and he is having a lot of new
ones cast at Smith's foundry; and so on.
Items must be scarce in Indianapolis, and
self-respect still scarcer. But the probabili?
ty is that the reporter of the Evening Jour?
nal will be sent to Congress, and he may
become the founder of still another North?
ern religions ism-the ism of impudence.
Labor In the Sooth.
In 18G9, Lord Clarendon, then Minister of |
Foreign Affairs, directed all BrltiBh Consuls
abroad to furnish reports of the conditions of J
the working classes in the various countries j
to which they were accredited, which reports
were published by the British Government
under the title ol "Reports from her Majesty's
"Diplomatic and Consular Agents Respecting
"the Condition of the Working Classes and
"the Purchase Power ot Money In Foreign
Thirty-one countries are thus reported in
this volume, which contains a fund of in?
formation that will prove of great value to
the commission recently created by Congress
to examine into the same question, especially
into tho relation of capital and labor In this
country. A careful comparison of the condi?
tion of the working classes and the remunera- J
tlon received by them for labor in all these
countries with the same facts here shows that
the United Slates is pre-eminently more favor?
able for the laboring maa than any other
country in the world. For the price of labor
In Asiatic Turkey ranges from twelve and a
hall cents to twenty cents a day, Increasing
gradually through Butsla, Germany, Belgium
and Holland to England and the United
States, where it varies between iii ty coats to
three dollars u day. Nor 1B the Increase In
expense of living al wa j B in the same rallo as
that of wages, for rents are higher In Busala
than in England, and one of the Consuls says
that an English artisan would require to earn
twice as much In Russia as he would in Eng?
land in order to live ts weil. In the United
Slates, the condition of working men, those
who perform all kinds of heavy manual labor,
varies very materially in the different sec?
tions. In the large cities, he receives from
one dollar and a half lo two dollars a day, and
can barely exist upon lt. He is In continual
fear of want, and constantly urging bis Just J
demands for more pay or less expenees. But [
In the rural districts he lives with more ease
and less care. And ic co section of the coun?
try can he ?nd all the conditions for a remu?
nerative return for his labor, easy and pleas*
ant living, and a certainly of growing com?
petency, more fully developed than ia ihe
South. The negroes who perform a large
part of the agricultural labor, especially in
the cotton, sugar and lice fields, receive a
full equivalent, on an average, ol' one dollar
per day, estimating their rent and rations,
and in some sections, and ut certain seasons,
much more, and the more provident ol "them
are saving "money and nccumulallug wealth.
If a negro, with his constitutionally slow
motions, can be employed profitably at the
price he commands, the energetic and indus?
trious white man, working tor himself, can
assuredly make It much more profitable. Ile
can find Improved lands, with houses and all
necessary accompaniments, ready for occu?
pancy at once, on reasonable terms to lease
or sell, or rent on shares, In almost every
part ol ihe South. All he wants ls money
enough lo sustain himself and family for a
year, or two, and he is sure of making a com- \
fortable living and a pleasant home.
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Hodge's Systematic Theology, second Volume,
A Commentary, Critical, Experimental and
Practical, on the Old and New Testaments, by the
Rev. Robert Jamieson, D. o., St. Paul's, Glasgow
Rev. A. R. Fausset, A. M., St. Cuthbert'?, fork,
and the Rev. David Brown, D. u., Aberdeen, 6
vols. Octavo, $30.
Scrambles Amongst the Alps la the years I860
'6tf, by Edward. Whymper, 1 voL, Octavo, with
maps and numerous Illustrations, $10 SO.
ino Earth, a Descriptive History of the Phenom?
ena of the Life of the Globe, by Ellsee Keclus,
Illustrated by 230 Maps inserted In the Tex:, and
23 page Maps lu colors, $5.
Alpine Plants, Figures and Descriptions of the
most striking and Deauilfulof the Alpine flowers,
edited by David Wooster, F. K. H. a., $10 60.
Goethe's Faun, translated, lu the Original
Metres, by Bayard Taylor. 2 vols.. Octavo, $io
A History of Philosophy, from Thales to tho
Present Time, by Dr. Fi led rich Usber weg, trans?
lated by Geo. S. Morris, with additions by Noah
Porter. Vol. 1, History cf the AncteLt and Me?
diaeval Philosophy. $8 50.
Max Mullet's Lectures on the Science of Lan?
guage, 2 vols. $o.
cruikshank's Comic Almanac 'rom 1835 to 1853,
an Ephemerids in Jest and Earnest, couta nlng
Merry Tales, Humorous Fuoiry. quips and oddi?
ties, with many hundred Ulusifctljus, 2 vols.
Flagellation and the Flagellants, a History of
the Bod in all countries, from the Earliest Period
tu the Pri Beat Time, by the Kev. Wm. M. cooper
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Hone's Apocryphal New Testament, $i 60.
Hone's Ancient Mysteries Describe, $i 50.
Light Science for Leisure flours, by Richard A.
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The Life of John P. Kennedy, by Henry T. Tuck
Illustrated Library of Travel, Exploration and
Adventure, edited by Bayard Taylor.
Wild Meu and Wild Beasts, or Scenes in Camp
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Japan In Our Day, $160.
The Wonders of Vegetation, from the French of
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Changing the Crosses and Winning the Crown,
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The Princess and the Gob le, by George Mac
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BIBLES AND PRAYER BOOKS.
Oxford Editions of Family and Pocket Bibles.
We have just received a large invoice of Oxford
Bibles and Prayer Booka. The assortment embra?
ces every variety of editions and styles Issued by
the O.^rd press, which, together with a variety
of other English and American editions, make
the largest and most elegant variety of Bibles and
Prayer Books ever offered (or sale In Charleston,
and at greatly reduced pi Ices.
MW Persons residing in the country wal please
near In mind that by sending their orders to ne
for any books published In America, they win be
oharged only the price of the book. We pay for
the postage or express.
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FRIENDSHIP LODGE, No. 4, KNIGHTS
OF p Y TU IAS.-At ten'i your Regular Weet
ly Convocation, at Pythian Han, corner of society
and King streets, THIS NIGHT, at 7oMock. .
B C. H. FLYNN,
WASHINGTON BIFLE CLUB.-AN
Adjourned Meeting will be held THIS EVE?
NING, at half-past 7 o'clock, i Every member ls re?
quested to be present, as business of great im?
portance will be transacted. Those members who
nave not returned their Arms and Equipments
are expected to do BO this evening.
By order. PETER FALLON,
?DGER BIFLE CLUB -ATTEND AN
. Extra Meeting of your Club at the Armory,
Jounstreet, on WEDNESDAY EVENING next, the
24th Instant, at half-past 7 o'c.ocs precisely. A
ge:.eral attendance ls requested as business of |
importance will be transacted. The Committee
of the te arion Rifle Club are invited to be present.
By or.er. A. j. JAG AK,
jani!3-2 Secretary and Treasurer.
WANTED, AN ELDERLY MAN, TO
attend to one horse and make himself
generally useful about the premises. Apply at
No. 22 Vendue Range._ jan23-l
WANTED, FOR A FEW MONTHS, A
llrBt-class 7 or 7H octave PIANO by a care?
ful and experienced person. Please address Post
olflcoLock Box, No. 640._Jan23-3
WANTED, A MIDDLE-AGED WHITE
Woman, to sro to a health? place in the
country, to take charge of children and make
herself generally useful. Apply, with recom?
mendation, at No. 209 Meeting street,
WANTED, TWO COLORED RUNNERS
OR DRUMMERS for a More. To experi?
enced persons, good ind?ceme.ow offered. Ad?
dress, stating where io be found, "Enterprise,"
WANTED, EVERYONE TO. KNOW
: that FLETCHER ? GURNEY, at the Little
Store around the Corner, No. 93 Market street,
have constantly on hand a splendid assortment
of New Yoik and Domestic POULTRY, GAME
AND EGGS. Also a fine lot of Sugar-Cored
Hams, Prime Gothen and Family and Country
Batter, Beef and Pork Sausages, Cheese, Should?
ers, Sides Dips, cellety, Eggs and Lard. GAME
a specialty. Their to otto : The Best and Cheap?
est. Remember-the Little Store round the Corner,
WANTED TO PURCHASE, A SECOND?
HAND Cottage Chamber Set of FURNI?
TURE, lu good condition. Also, a Sideboard and
Wardrobe of like desorption. Parties having
such anieles to dispose of cm secure a fair price,
by describing the Bame and addressing "Cash,"
through this office._jana
WANTED, A BOY FOR THE HOUSE
and t) make himself generally useful.
Recommendation required. Appiy at No. ll Pitt
WANTED. A WHITE FEMALE, TO
make herself generally useful about a
house. Apply at this ofllce._jan22-3?
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warranted
Sewing Machine In the market ls the HOME SHUT?
TLE,'price $26 aud $37. Can be seep at the Gene?
ral Agency, No. 61 Hasel street, oppo.-ite Express
Ufflce. T. L. BIJSELL._Janl2-6mo
VEGETABLE COOK WANTED AT THE
charleston Hotel. None need apply unless
WANTED EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that you eau get a First-class SEWING
MACHINE norn LCNSFORD, smith street, near
Wentworth, ci ca per than from any other man m
the city ox-, state. Glvo him a call and see for
yourself. , ._nov28
A MONTH,. EXPENSES PAID,
Wt) it) Male or Female Agents.-Horte and
ouint furnished to Bell oar UNIVERSAL CEMENT,
Combination Tunnel, Button Mote cutter and
other articles. Circulars J ree. Address. Novelty
company, Saco, Me._? novH-78
AGENTS WANTED I-FOR THE UNI?
VERSAL TWINE AND THREAD CUTTER;
eaves time, twice, thread, Angers and teeth. Some?
thing everybody wants. Samples malled on re?
ceipt of 26 cents. Address GEORGE DAVIS, No.
699 Broadway, New York. oci30-3mos
Cost ano irotmo.
LOST, A GOLD SCH?TZEN MEDAL.
Five dollars reward wi.l be paid at corner
Calhoun and Wallstreets._janaa-l*
STRAYED OR STOLEN, A BLACK
.Setter Log, with white breast, answering to
the name ur "Dixie." A liberal reward will bo
paid If ueUvcreu at No. 23 Ruil.dgc avtnue.
F"TR7SALE, ? ^^T^llNE~MlLCfl
Cow, with young Calf. Inquire nt No. 62
state s ti eet._|an23-tntii2? *
MULES FOR SALE.-SIX LARGE AND
well-broke MULES, sound and in good con?
dition. Apply at once to T. C. UARLEaToN, olllce
Palmetto Wharf, foot of Habel stree'.
&RAND EXPOSITION AND SALE OF
. EUROPEAN PLANTS AND BULBS.
R^MEL & CO.. Florist and Horticulturists, have
arrived In Charleston with a large assortment nf
HothoUiC and Garden Plants; Fruit Trees of all
kinds; new Roses, of the choicest varieties, In?
cluding Standards, Monthly Roses, aud Dwarf
Roses; a tlc h collection of Bulbs, including La
Bojltf de Canon, which ls universally admired for
Its exquisite flowers; Flower and Vegetable seeds
ot all kines; St. Petersburg Strawberries, bearing
fruit every month of the year as large as a hen's
egg; also a number of other Plants too long for
Tau splendid stock ts on exhibition and for
sale at Nu. 167 KINO STREET._Jan225
TWO OR THREE MORE FIRST-CLASS
SEWING MACHINES for sale cheap, call at
LUNSFORD'S, Smith street, near Wentworth.
jam - - _
VTEWSPAPERS.-FOR SALE A QUANTI
Xl TY or the above. Apply at Board of Trade
Kooma, No. 191 Meeting street._novlO-to
ABARGAIN!-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Haggles Wood Frame
Paper Gatter, will be sold low for cash. Ia nearly
new, cats 28 Indee, and has an extra knife. No
cnarge for package. Price $40. Apply at Tnt.
SBWH Job Office. main
o RENTTTH? ^?^?D?^CE7WITH~?R
without store. No. 15 Klag street, with cis?
tern and large yard. Apply at No. 54 King street.
be accommodated at No. 120 Wentworth
s ti eet, near Smith. _Jan23-tus2?
J?STIS?ECE?VEID? AJNITFOR SALE~BY
MRS. GALO WAY,
No. 324 KINO, OPPOSITE LIBERTY STREET,
A Handsome Assortment of
GOLD AND SILVER LACE,
For Masquerade Costumes.
ESTATE NOTICE - ALL PERSONS
having demands against the Estate of the
late RICHARD TOBIN are requested to present
them, properly atiesicd, and those indebted to said
Estate to make pajnicnttJ
CATHARINE TOBIN, Qualified Executrix,
jant?-lus? * Char.eston, S. C.
FRUNCH LANGUAGE?- EARLY IN
February, the undersigned w.ll reopen his
French Afternoon convereutional Classes for
Ladles. Professor L. DoBOS, No 20 Smith street.
jy-OUNT . ZION SCHOOL,
WfNNSBORO', S. C.
The Spring Session opens Monday, January
29,1872. The course of Instruction alfords thor?
ough preparation for any department tf unlver
atty study or for business life. The Virginia
Military Institute has recently conferred upon
this Seuool an Annual Prize Scholarship, cover?
ing the entire course in that institution.
Address M. M. FARROW,
Jan9 tnthsimo ? - .._PrlnclpaL
RINGS MOUNTAIN MILITARY
SCHOOL, YORKVILLE, S. 0-The flrat
session of the School year, 1872. will begin on the
1st of February, and'end on the 30th of June.
TBKMS.-For School expenses, L e., Tuition,
Board, Washing, Fuel, Lights, Books, Stationery,
Ac, $185, payable in advance. Circulars contain?
ing full information may be obtained upon appii
catlOU to COLONEL A. COWARD,
dec? stnth2mo3 Principal and Proprietor.
Q.RAND MASQUERADE BALL
GERMAN STEAM FIRE ENGINE COMP ANT
Will take pla-e at the Hall of the Academy of M??
sle on WEDNESDAY EvanrKo, February 7th, at 8
o'clock P. M. Tickets for gentlemen $1; ladles 50
cents-to be had from either of the undersigned
F. VON S ANTEN, 229 King street.
F. E. WJNDHEIU, 370 King street. .
A. STELLING, Corner Meeting and Chalmers
OB F:LLO wi KG COMMITTEE:
A. D. GRAVER, Corner Reid and King streets.
JNO.H. OSTENDORFF; 175 East Bay.
J. AHRENS, corner King and Traild streets.
J. KEBLENUEUK, Corner East Bay and Market
H. PUOKHABER, Corner Qneen and Franki n
H. NIEBUHR, lo Market street. .
J. M. MARIENHOFF, Chairman, 79 Church
rp H E FOURTH ANNUAL
OF THE .- ?j
Wlil be given at
THE A O A D EM T OF MUSIO,
MONDAT, FEBRUARY 5, 1872.
Tickets of Admission ONE DOLLAR. Tickets
can be had of the following Committee:
J. F. LILIENTHAL, Nos. 12 and H Market street.
J. H. OE rJEN,
F. W. METER, corner Meeting and Calhoun
JACOB KNOBELOCH, Nost 143 and 145 East Bay.
G. C. SCHMETZER, JR., No. 394 King street.
F. D. C. KRAOKE, Ja., corner Rutledge and
H. W. TIDEMANN,
0. H. OTTEN, corner Queen and East Bay.
W. E. KLEIN.
The Committee may unmask any one, If so dis?
posed. No one allowed to leave the Hall masked.
Tickets for sole at F. VON SANTEN'S, No. 229
King street, next dcor to the Academy of Music;
at W. KNOBELOCH'S, No. 467 King street, and at
the King Wilhelm Cigar Store, and at D. FITZ
GIBBON'S, corner King and Onnon streets.
THE SOUTH CAROLIN \. LOAN AND
CHARLESTON, January 20,1872.
The attention of Depositors in the Savings De?
partment of this Company ls particularly invited
to the great safety accompanying the Deposits of
Savings made In this Institution.
These Deposits are regarded by the Board of
Directors as a Special Trust, and are Invested
only in sound and valuable Securities.
In addition to this careful Investment, Deposi?
tors have, as a further security, the Capital of the
Company, which ls liable for their Depositsand
the interest thereon.
Interest at the rate or six per cent, per annum,
either paid In cash QUARTERLY, or passed to
credit and compounder F. A. MITCHELL,
gONDS, COUPONS, &c
GOVERNMENT, STATE, CITY AND RAILROAD
BONUS AND COUPONS
Un curre nt Bank Notes
Gold and silver
Dealt regularly in.
COLLECTIONS OF DIVIDENDS, COUPONS AND
COMMERCIAL PAPER-SIgh; and Time-upon
all points in the United States, made upon the
most favorable terms, and proceeds promptly ac?
asr All business attended to wl'.h fidelity and
A. C. KAUFMAN,
dec6-tuths No. 25 Broad street.
Crun? flrijc Dis tribut io n.
QOLD BONDS 1 GOLD BONDS I
THE THIRD GRAND SINGLE NUMBER RAFFLE
CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION
UNITED STATES GOLD BONDS,
WILL TAKE PLACE AT NO. J47 MEETING ST.,
ON THURSDAY, THE 25TH DAY OF JAN'Y,
AT ONE O'CLOCK, IN PUBLIC.
TUE SCHEDULE OF AWARDS OF THE GOLD
BONDS CAN BB SEEN AT ANY OF
TUE AGENTS' OFFICES I
THE RAFFLE WILL POSITIVELY TAKE PLACE
ON THE DAY NAMED !
CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION
No. 117 MEETI.NO STREET, CHARLESTON
CERTIFICATES FIVE DOLLARS EACH 1
Cigars, ?obacra, Ut.
TAIL MANUFACTURING OIGAR AND TOBACCO
No. 310 KING STRIKT, THREE DOORS SOUTH or j
So CUTT STREET.
MEERSCHAUM PIPES a specialty, therefore 1
can sell at prices to surprise you. Suitable for
An extensive and complete assortment of all (
articles in his Une er husmeas Is kept constantly
on hand, giving a facility of Ailing, without de?
lay, all orders extended to him, accompanied e
with cash, or dralt on responsible houses in the i
city. Purchasers are requested to examine his- t
perfect Stock before trading elsewhere. B
* WILLIAM SCHRODER, t
Proprietor of Emperor William Cigar Store. I
. (Sxottx?tt, titpumst &t. ' ;
?mOIft? HAMS AND BACON.
16 tierces Choice New Western Sugar-Oured
IO boxes Choice S. 0. Pig Hums
io boxes Choice Breakfast Bacon. "
For sale by
Jan23-1 HENRY COBIA k 0!\
?g A S T E B N HAY.
loco bales EASTERN HAY. to arrive, and' for
sale in lots to salt purchasers by
JOHN Q. HOLMES, v
Janl2 y _Southern Wharf.
J^EW DAVIS'S DIAMOND HAMS,
SIXTEEN CENTS A POUND,
JOHN H?RKAMP k CO.'S,
Jan20-ata2? Corner King and Broad streets.
0 BN AND HAY.
2200 hussels Prime White North Carolina CORN
in bulk, per schooner Paragon.
260 bales Keatucky Timothy Hay, per South
For sale low while discharging, by
WM. H. JONES A CO.', ?
jan 22 No. 78 East Bay.
Tue undersigned has Just received a supply of
the Great South American Cancer Remedy, CUN
DCRANGO. H. BABB, i
JanU ' No. 181 Meeting street.
I L S O N S'
CASE. D LIQUORS
Having long seen the necessity of placing a
pure and unadulterated stimulant before the
public, Ter MEDICINAL PURPOSES, we have de?
termined to pack the following favorite branda of
LIQUOR In cases, consisting of one bottle each
PI.NET, CASTILLON k CO.'S BRANDY,
PRIVATE STOCK PORT,
"PALE FAMILY" SHERRY,
?.OLD VELVET" BOURBON,
LOCH KATRINE (SCOT.) WHISKEY,
Which we will sell at ten ($10) dollars per case.
To our friends we will say that we guarantee the
purity bf the above. They are endorsed by oar
leading Physicians, and are, without any doubt,
SEND ORDERS TO
BOX No. 388, CHARLESTON, S. C.
49" No Charge for Delivery, -sc
rpHE GREAT GROCERY DEPOT,
NO. 190 KING STREET.
LINLEYS CHEAP STORE,
NO. 190 KING STREET.
THE GREAT CROC^RY DEPOT,
NO. 190 KINO STREET.
THE GREAT GLASSWARE DEPOT,
NO. 190 KING STREET.
THE GREAT FRENCH CHINA DEPOT,
No. 190 KING STREET.
THE GREAT TOY AND FANCY GOODS
NO. 190 KING STREET.
LINLEYS CHEAP STORE,
NO. 190 KING STREET.
THE GREAT HOUSE-FURNISHING DEPOT,
NO. 190 KING STREET.
NOTICE.-The Business heretofore conda?ted at
No. 388 King street will be discontinued on the
16th of JANUARY, 1872, and the undersigned will!
be pleased to see his customers at the NEW
STORE, No. 190 King street,
JOBN W. LINLEY.
tDatctite, Jixtjtlrt}, &t.
ALL, BLACK & CO.,
Noa. 686 and 607 BROADWAY, N. T.,
LARGEST IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND
AND ALL KINDS OP
At the Lowest Prices.
NAVAL STORES BROKER,
MARSHALL'S WHARF, EAST END CALHOUN
iV. STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
LIVE AND LEARN, DYE AND
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
NO. 359 KING STREET,
Dyes and Cleans, by means of steam, Gentle
nen'a, Ladies' and Children's Clothes. FD?
Laces and Lace Curtains cleaned and done
ip with the Soft or Manufacturera' Finish ; Lace
and crape Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and
49- Gooda received and returned by Express.
Jmm-iyr I. BILLER..Proprietor.
TT O A. MOSES, PH. D.
Geological Surveys and Maps promptly and
ixaclly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro
tentes reported upon, and Working Plans fur
lishe.t. separat ng and Metallurgical Proces?
es adapted to Ore Deposits. Special attention
0 CHEMICAL ANALYSES ol FERTILIZERS,
)rutcf>. Orea, Minerals, kc. LABORATORY.
dccOfJ-B "ataflmo No. 28 George street.
gEA ISLAND COTTON SEED.
100 bushels "Palmyra" Prolific COTTON SEED.
Yield toe last season 160 poonda of Clean Cotton
to tue acre. Apply to W. 0. BBB ? CO., 1?
janza-a --...- - AdgerfrWharf.
MOLASSES I MOLASSES AND
SUGAR 1 .
24 hhds Snperl r New Crop I MUSCOVADO ' MO?
LASSES . .
39 i le rees Superior New Crop Muscovado Molasses
186 barrels-Sopertor'New- Crop Muscovado Htf
Jost arrived per- Schooner "Old Chad,1' iron?
Cardenas, and for sale from the wharf.
. ii V ft fi-."- ,naxa0,v ?'
160 hhds Good to Prime DEME BARA SUGARS,
of direct Importation.
Apply IO r W. P. HALL, '
Jan22-3_ . Brown A Co.'a w harf.
J^EW DAVIS'S DIAMOND BRAND
HAMS. . ?.
Jost'received at' '.
JQRIED FIGS, IN DRUMS AND BAS?
KETS, at cost Price, at .. '
- _WELCH'S GROCERY. '
^ORTH CAROLINA CORN WHISKEY.
at $2 per Gallon, a Specialty. Guaranteed Pore,
lat --'- WELCH'SOROOBBY.a
Goods delivered free ot charge; - decli>
?JHOICE SMOKED TONGUES, AT :6ft
CENTS EACH. .
SOOSCd. PIGS FEET, at
. .,' "'. ' , ? WELOg'S.OEOOEBY. :-t
pOGNAO AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN-.
DY, TN CS. BONDED STORES.
_. . - . ' M
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 1?0 EAST BA?:
Oller for sale from u. S. Bonded warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and' LA ROCHELLE BRANDY;
various vintages, In
. ANE u
Cases of one dosen battles each.
mayas ,, . ,, . ,, ":, .., '. ; -,. . -;.>.
QHOICE WHITE MIL LING CORN AND
FLOUR, LANDING TH IS DAT.
MORDECAI k CO., No. lio Eas: Bay,, offer for,
Bale invoices. Choice White MILLING CORN and
Extra FLOUR, landing this day. " ' aug Moo ~
JJARMONY'S SHERRY WINE.
A. TOBIAS* SONS, No. no East Bay, ofler for
sale an Invoice of Choice HARMONY'S PALS
I SHERRY WINE.- A. TOBIAS' SONS. 1
angs-smo; . . ; ._
j ^HOI?E,HATANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 'Sast Bay, offer for
sale an Invoice of onoloe HAVANA CIGARS,
direct from Factory, in Havana. ? ,,angB-fimo -
T7TNEGAB, PRUNES, WHITE WINE,1
V CLARET, AC.
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for safe VINEGAR,
Prunes, White Wine, imported direct-- from'
France: ' ? . ? ? ? . -.. ?._'aogS-amo a
JjftGLLBH POUTER AND ALE. ' ?
A. TOBIAS? SONS, Agenta cf Messrs. Edward.
A George Hlbbert, of London, offBr.for Bale Hlb'-,
bert's PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pints1
and quarts. ? augtXmd' j
jg E E D PO TAT OES.
1000 btfs. FISK EYES $
MO bbls. Peach Flown . illili
250 bbis. Early Rae : ,
260 bbls. Early uoodrllch.
In prime condition, and for ?ale by
Jans mwfia PEO. W. WILLIAMS ? 00.
O. 1 PER UVIAN GUANCv
100 tons No. 1 Peruvian (Chincha Island) GUANO*.
Landing from Schoo J er Jame) Wau. Far aale
by HERMANN BULW1NKLB, | .
Jan23-2_ ., ? ? Kerr's WharL,
JT^ AND PLAST EE.
if oo barrels warranted Pure Nova Scotia LAND
PLASTKR. Forsaleby ' - . ""
HERMANN BUL WINKLE, Kerr's Wharf.
Janll_;_. ? ? ? ? -J
??lo?iartnerstiips ana Sissolntian*.
ANO MARINE RAILWAY COMPANY.-ThO
Annnal Meeting of the Stockholders of this Com?
pany will be held CB TUESDAY, the*2id Instant, at
12 o'clock Noon, at the office, No. 9 Broad street,
(second story) at which time and place a state?
ment of the condition , of the Company will oe
submitted, and an election held lor a Pre-ldent
and four Directors to serve for the ensuing year.
WM. B. HERIOT,
jjjjj?s- M. J. ZERNOW,
No. 304 KING STREET,
Would respectfully inform the ladies that; she
OPEN THIS DAY ?
\ FULL ASSORTMENT OF MILLINERY
Goors. . .
DRESSMAKING in ali its branches attended to
aa usual. Having obtained the Agency or Mdtne.
DEMORESTS CELEBRATED PAPER PATTERNS,.
ls now prepared to furnish a general ' ' 1
ASSORTMENT OF PATTERNS.
Country orders will receive prompt attention.
fi tm ou a la.
E M O V A L
P. L. G?ILLEM1N
Wonld beg respect fully to Inform his patrons
that he baa removed his GAS FIXTURE ESTAB?
LISHMENT from Na 140 Church street to the r.
NEW BUILDING, No. 21 CUMBELLAND STREET.
OPPOSITE MEifiBS. CAMERON, BABKLEY ? CO., j
Where he has opened a choice and carefully se
Cted STOCK OF CHANDELLE RS, Ac. com?
prising the latest styles from the best manufac?
tures m the country, to which he invites, atten?
GAS FITTING, PLUMBING AND TIN KO OEING
Jan4-3mwfl2 No. 21 CUMBERLAND STREET.
iDma9? <?rj*rmcal?, Ut.
?^y?NE^OF APOHN?M, OR Df3Ss
Highly recommended in diseases o? lue Stomach.
Heart and Liver, and nseful ad a Tonic In Nervous
For sale by by the agen-,
ALFRED RAOUL, M. D.,
nov27-mwf2mo 219 King st.. Charleston, S. C.
Q. J. L ? H N ,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 450 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN*
. Now in Stock of my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
, . . . . Paney'a Cold Cream,
English Dalby-s Carminative, British Ol', Roche's
Embrocation and chtorodyne. /
AGENT roa .
TILDEN ? CO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS, '
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated /
Pills, Ac AGENT FOB /
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. /
AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA FOB
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical Instruments and Goode of foreign men
nurture imported to order.
My Dtspenslng Department is complete, em?
bracing ail New Remedies.
A full assortment of Trasses and Bandages-al?
ways on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night, janiowfmiy .