Newspaper Page Text
MW Hr. WILLIAM E. SIMMONS, Jr., and Mr.
N^H. PORTER, are the travelling agents for
THE NEWS, the former for .b wer and the lat
ter for upper South Carolina.
Meetings This r?a y.
Marlon Rifle Club, at half-past 7 P. M.
German Friendly Society, at - P. M.
German Rifle Club, at half-past 2 P. M.
St. Andrew's Society, at 7 P. M.
Stonewall Lodge, at 7 P. IL
Auction Salea Thia Day.
Holmes & Macbeth' will sell at 10 o'clock, in
front of their office, horses and mules.
J. Fraser Mathewes will sell at half-past 10
o'clock, at his office, a horse; and at 12 o'clock,
on Dougherty's wharf, Chester hogs.
N. A. Hunt will sell at 10 o'clock, at his store,
boots and shoes.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
Store, dry goods, hosiery, Ac.
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, clothing, hats, Ac.
R. M. Marsh?ll <fc Brother will sell at half
past IO o'clock, at their office, mules, horse, Ac.
FIRE.-A foul chimney on the premises No
48 Church street took dre at six o'clock yes?
terday morning and burnt for fifteen minutes
without doing any damage. The case was re?
ported to the Mayor, who referred the matter
to the chimney contractor.
Ens ASP MARINE INSURANCE.-We take
pleasure In directing public attention to the
statement, in another column, of the condi?
tion ot the Ph?nix, the Andes and the Inter?
national Insurance Companies, represented in
Charleston by Mr. S. Y. Tupper.
APPOINTMENTS.-Toe following appoint?
ments have been made by Governor Scott:
Thomas Owens, coroner, Laurens; John M.
Cook, deputy surveyor, Barnwell; John H.
Little, sheriff, Laurens, vice B. 8. Jones, re?
signed. . _
OUR "RAILROAD KINO."-We find the fol?
lowing paragraph floating around among our
Colonel John J. Patterson, formerly of Ju
nlata County, Pennsylvania, la ike "railroad
king" of South Carolina.
ART SALE.-The auction sale yesterday by
Leitch & Bruns, at No. 52 Broad street, of
Parian vases, statuettes, bronzes, fancy clocks,
and other articles ol vertu, drew a lively crowd
of admirers, and the bidding was quite spir?
ited. Some of the choicest lois, howe ver, are
still unsold, and will be closed out to morrow
under the red flag and the remorseless ham?
mer. A rare chance to secure splendid man-,
tel ornaments at a sacrifice.
FROM PHILADELPHIA -STORMY PASSAOE OP
TH? STEAMSHIP VIRGINIA.-This staunch Iron
steamship arrived at an early-hour yesterday,
after a bdfterous voyage. Captain Hinckley
reports . havlDg experienced very severe'
weather off-Hateras, and was delayed in con?
sequence twenty-four boure. The Virginia
will not sail . untU Friday at ten o'clock, and
Boston freight as well as Philadelphia ship?
ments will have dispatch.
TWO-FDRTYON THE PLANK HOAD. -Monday
evening, a little after seven o'clock, two fast
teams collided on tbe plank road on King
street, between John and Hudson,, and one of
the shafts belonging to a light buggy was de?
molished.^ A small . tongue-Bklrmlsb took
?place' between the respective occupants, which
ended tn-one of th? part?an reporting the other
at the Upper Guardhouse. The case came up
before the Mayor yesterday morning, but waa
dismissed to be settled between the parties
A FEARFUL DEATH.-Miss Jase Cameron, a
highly esteemed lady of Greenville, was acci?
dentally burned to death on Thursday after?
noon last. ls !" supposed that Ehe fainted
whilst sliting before the fire, and met ber sad
fate before assistance could be rendered. She
was, lor many years, a teacher; and as such
was considered a faithful and competent one,
and bad1 endeared herself to many whom she
trained In early Hie, and who now oooupy re?
sponsible- positions in society. 8he was well
known in Charleston, where she had many
friends. ? - _
THE UNITED STATES COURT was closed yes?
terday, lt having been adjourned over on
Monday until this morning. The following
orders have .soi been mentioned. The final
hearing on- the petition of James D. Kirk?
patrick, bankrupt, for a final discharge, was
ordered lor the 21st of. February, due notice
to be given to. the creditors. M. B. Johnson
vs. James C. Furman, administrator of T. F.
Furman-debt on bond lor slaves; before re?
ceiving the money In this case, the plaintiff
wai required to give bonds lor double the
amount of the Judgment, to return the same
should 'ffie United States Supreme Court de?
cide that these bonds cannot be collected.
THE MUTINY INVESTIGATED.-John Han?
nan andi John JacOante^ seamen, were brought
before. Commissioner Porieous yesterday
morning and examined on the charge of mu?
tiny on board o? the ship Martha Bowker,
. now lying In the stream. The evidence
. showed that the two prisoners were the ring?
leaders in a widely-spread Insubordination
among the crew of the ship, who bad threat?
ened and at length openly, attempted the lives
of the officers. One of them had thrown a
hatchet at the mate, and cut him badly. The
prisoners were committed to jail to await their
trial before the Circuit Court at the April
- CLUBS AND STARS.-Newell Lurlby, arrested
for being intoxicated and assaulting Julia
Plnckney with, a knife in a house in Elliott
street, was turned over to Trial Justice
Magrath. The examination took place yester?
day Afternoon, when the prisoner was sent to
jail to anh?lt his trial by the court on the
charge of assault and battery and assault with
Intent to kill. The woman was not badly cut.
A white man for being drunk and unable to
take care of himself, at the corner of East Bay
. and Queen street, was fined one dollar.
James Cross, a youth of color, was arrested
last evening In the act of appropriating some
bacon belonging to Mr. Ostendorff; at the cor?
ner of Mazyck and Beauialn streets. The
prisoner was turned over toa policeman and
lodged In Lng Guardhouse.
-, SALES OF REAL ESTATE.-The following
?a?dablo real estate waB sold yesterday morn?
ing at public auction:
' ?>Bv Lowndes & Grlmball : The tract on
Combahee River, containing two thousand one
"hundred and seventy-six acres, and compris
lng tho rice plantations "Pleasant Hill" and
"BOBS Hill" and" "Rugersons," for $18,000.
By Leitch & Bruns : The plantations "Mill
Dam" and "Newland," on North Santee, ad?
joining the lands of T. S. Horry, and contain?
ing nine hundred and ninety acres, for $4000.
Lot, with buildings, on the west side of
Pitt street, sixty feet In iront by two hundred
and twelve leetdeep, for $6100.
Terms of the above sales, one-third caBh,
and the balance In one and two years.
The Theodor? Thomas Concerti.
The young pianist, Miss Marie Krebs, who
ls a brilliant attraction wherever she per?
forms, is amative, we-believe, of Ham burg.
Her parents were musicians of note, and to
completing the artistic education of their only
child they devoted a greet part of their Hie.
Miss Krebs studied chiefly In Dresden, and
when she appeared in London, some years
ago, she at once commanded a long and suc?
cessful engagement. Of the peculiar graces
I of her style, or of the charm of her manner,
we do not speak. A Charleston audience to?
morrow night will judge for themselves.
I Among the numbers in the programme for
the first concert are: Wagner's famous over?
ture lu Tanhauser, the. adiglo from Beetho?
ven's Prometheus, a polonaise by Weber, the
scherzo and march from Midsummer Night's
Dream, a tarantella by Liszt, (played by Miss
Krebs,) a valse and a polka mazurka by
Strauss, and the overtures lo Guillaume Tell
and Ambrose Thomas's Mignon. A moro at?
tractive programme could hardly be Iramed.
The Templeton Troupe drew another good
house at .the Academy last evening, when the'
indescribable burlesque and pantomime of
Humpty-Dumpty was brought out. The vocal
portion of the burlesque was varied by several
local hit?, which, elicited the rapturous ap?
plause of the audience. The pantomime went
off as usual, the main feature being the first
appearance of Mlle. Josephine, whose good
looks wrought more in her iavor than-her act?
ing. The Leon Brothers made their celebrat?
ed leap at the beginning of the performance,
and went through a series ol gymnastic feats
at a dizzy height, which threatened to be a
source of profit to the coroner. The perform?
ance Is to be repeated this evening.
A CHANCE FOR THE CHILDREN !
It ls a long time since the Academy has been
filled with the joyous faces of a delighted
throng of children. This afternoon, however,
Humpty Dumpty will be given at a matinee,
with prices suitable for "the whole family."
The pantomime is just the thing to please the
little ones, and it ls only necessary that they
should go early so as to get good places.
THE COLD 8NAP.-The sudden change in ttie
temperature, beginning on Monday, bas been
something very unusual for Charleston. On
Sunday afternoon the thermometer stood at
57, and the following morning at eight o'clock
the quicksilver pointed to 30, indicating a fall
of 27 degrees In about twenty hours. The
cold has eince been steadily increasing, and
without the fie tit leus aid of a strong wind.
The mercury stood yesterday morning at 27,
rising to 37 during the day, and t\en steadily
falling, until at the hour of writing It shows
that everything is freezing.
ANOTHER FIRE AT FLORENCE.-Our atten?
tive correspondent "PreB?le'-" writes: "The
residence of Major James P. Pawl ey, at Flor?
ence, was destroyed by fir j on Monday night
Just after dark. This burning seems to have
been accidental. A fire hal been left burn?
ing In the second story, from which the build?
ing caught; and while all the Inmates of the
house were quietly seated down stairs, the
flames had so far gotten possession of the sec?
ond story before being discovered that all that
could be done was to (ry to save some of the
furniture of the first floor. The fire spread BO
rapidly that only a small portion of the furni?
ture, clothing, plate, Ac, were saved. The
severest loss to Maj -^r Pawley was a drawer
of valuable papers. There was no Insurance.
I learn that, including the valuable papers,
twenty thousand dollars would not cover Ma?
jor rawley's loss. He and his family have the |
sympathy o? the community, which we hope I
to sue'uzpressctt ra aorta a. ? -- ?
"The colored man shot at the late fire, who
was thought mortally wounded, lam glad to
learn Is recovering. I also learn that he ave's
the shooting was unintentional."
EXPLOSION OF A LOCOMOTIVE.-About twelve
o'clock yesterday the boiler of an eng'ae on
the Savannah and Charleston Railroad ex?
ploded in Sallkebatchie swamp, fortunately
without occasioning any loss of life. The en?
gine was pulling the passenger train which
left this o I ty in the morning, and bad just pass?
ed the passenger train from Savannah a few
hundred yards on the turn-out when the ex?
plosion took place, with the train under way.
It was heard by the officers on board of the
Savannah train, who Immediately backed up
to ascertain what was wrong. The whole
boiler was ripped open by the force of the
steam, and the engine was completely dis?
abled. The engineer, Robt. Leak, and the fire?
man, Lawrence Raymond, both white, were
the only persons Injured. They were not
scalded, but were painfully cut in the face and
neck by the fragments ol glass thrown from
the windows of the engine-room by the shock.
Their Injuries, however, are not of a serious
nature. All the other persons on the train
escaped unhurt and no damage was done ex?
cept to the engine. The conductor telegraph?
ed to thts city for another engine, which was
duly sent, and it ls boped that the train pro?
ceeded In safety to Savannah.
DIVIDING THE SPOILS-A LOVELY Row.-On
Saturday last the county treasurer reported to
the county commissioners, as by law he Is re?
quired to do, that he had $20,000 in the treas?
ury subject to their disposition. Whereupon,
as THE NEWS has been informed by a promi?
nent county official, the commissioners first
religiously made out their own accouote, and
drew what they estimated was due the m to
the uttermost farthing. Their wives and other
relatives in county offices were then also paid
up In full, not to mention a check for $710 to
C. C. Bowen, for services the nature ol which ls
not stated. Their political friends next received
the Hon's share of their demand?, while their
political opponents got a sop, which would not
have delayed Cerberus for the lnfinllesslmal
part of a second in his infernal ululations.
Sheriff Mackey received one-quarter, or a trifle
over, of what was claimed by him, and Coro?
ner Tait received about one-8eventh. The
former Immediately instituted suit for his
balance, when the county commissioners came
down and offered him $7500, instead of $5000,
their first offer. This he reiused, and the
county treasury waB Immediately enjoined, as
stated in yesterday's NEWS. Coroner Tait has
also instituted suit against the county for the
$3500 due him. It ls a very pretty quarrel aa
Hotel Arrivals-January 30.
E M. Seabrook,- New.River; J. C. Hess,
Philadelphia; R. F." McCottrv, Kingstree; Dr.
D. Merrill. Mrs. Merrill, Philadelphia; Mlsg M.
K. Merrill, Connecticut; R. J. Steele,/iN?rth
Carolina; J. D. Bhlder, Miss M. A. May.'Colle
L. Hagood, South Carolina; J. W. Jones,
North Carolina; C. WV GoodBhell and wile.
New York; H. D. Phillips. Philadelphia; Arnim
Tenner, Cincinnati; Miss P. Morton, Savannah:
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Johnson, Jr., Oswgo; Mrs.
Leonard and daughter, Brooklyn; Jerome P.
Cnase, Florence: W. P. Hamilton. Liverpool;
E. H. Clark, Philadelphia; T. H. Morrow. Mrs.
Whitney, New York; F. "Mcilvaln, Philadel?
phia; Mr. J. R. Walker and lady, L. Skinner,
Boston; M. Conyers, South Carolina; M. F.
A. Whyte, Chas. Pratt, Savannah; J. Felder
Mevers, Orangeburs: News; Jas. E. Brown, F.
L. Stowett. New York; G. W. Underbill, New?
burgh, N. Y.
MORTUARY REPORT POR TETE WEEK.
The following ls the official return of deaths
for the City of Charleston, for the week end?
ing Saturday last, January 27, 1871 :
SLACKS OR COL
Triam us Na a
Want or Vltall
Whites 7, Blacks and Colored 2.-total 29, and
Under l year or
Between l and
Between 20 and
Between 30 and
Between 40 and
Between SO and
Between 70 and
Between 80 and
6 years of age.
10 years of age.
30 years of age.
40 years of age.
60 years of age.
60 years of age.
80 years of age.
90 years of ase.
GBO. S. PELZ SR, M. D.,
UP-TOWN POSTAL FACILITIES.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
A short time since you kindly allowed UB
space in your columns to request that a Post
office box be established In some central loca?
tion. AB we have heard nothing of the mat?
tel: since, would yon be good enough to allow
UB to renew our petition to Mr. Trott ?
If he was aware of the Inconvenience to
which we are subjected, we are sure be
would not deny (he favor we ask.
"MANY ?P-TOWN MERCHANTS."
HUS IX KS S NOTICES.
FIRST-CLASS FERTILIZERS.-The attention
of planters and larmers in quest of a good
manure ls invited to those now offered for
sale by Messt B Kinsman A Howell, at No. 128
East Bay, in ihls elly. Their "H. Preston &
Son's Ammonlated Bone Superphosphate of
Lime" and "Ammonlated Soluble Pacific
Guano*' are made from the beat materials,,
mingled ia such proportions as to produce a
marked and most desirable effect upon the
growth and yield of every crop. They also
offer "Mapes's Mtrogenized Superphosphate of
Lime," the oldest superphosphate manufactur?
ed In this country, and one which, after nine?
teen years' of practical experience, bas mode
for Itself a high reputation among planters by
th j ad ive and permanent improvement which
lt. effects on the soil. These manures may be
jbtalned on very reasonable terms.
OTATIQNKRT, BLANK BOOKS AND PRINTLVO
will be furnished by walter, Evans & coga
well, No. 3 Broad street, as cheap and as good
as by any house North or South. They have a
large establishment, which supports about
three hundred of the Inhabitants of this elly,
and have the best facilities lor that prompt,
attention which is a necessity in their business.
They appreciate the fact that every man will
buy where he can buy cheapest and best, and
by low prices give no Charleatonian any ex?
cuse for Bending his orders (in their line; to
SEE "Educational Notice" of Rev. T. Ward
White, president Reldvllle Female College.
STOCKS AND BEAL ESTATE.-The attention of
all who wish to buy or dispose of stocks, bonds
or real estate la Invited to the card of Mr. H.
H. DeLeon, In another part of to-day's NEWS.
Mr. DeLeon'B twenty years' experience as a
broker glvesh im peculiar advantages la bis
line of bulsness, and his reputation for shrewd?
ness and probity is such as to entitle bim to the
confidence of his customers. j
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTH CAR
OLINA has been In quiet, successful operation
since March, 1869. It Is accomplishing lor,
South Carolina what kindred institutions have
elsewhere doneyand are now doing for other
States. It commends itself to all classes In'
the community. Remember that all money
deposited In this bank on or before the 5th in?
stant draws interest for that month the same
as if deposited on 1st instant. jan31-2
ENGLISH IMPERIAL MANURE.-Messrs. CA.
Trenbolm & Son have for sole a small quantity
ol i his Btandard manure. A copy of the analy?
sis may be seen at their office.
STATE AGENCY for the "Singer" Sewing Ma?
chine ls at No. 197 King street.
RULES OF TOE MASQUERADE BALL OF THE
GERMAN FREUNDSCHAFTSBUND.-1. The hall
will be opened at precisely 8 o'clock.
2. No unmasked persons will be admitted.
3. The committee reserve the right to un?
mask any person, if required.
4. Unless escorted by a gentleman, ladles
will not be admitted.
5. Masks will be removed at 12 o'clock.
6. On the signal by the band, parties are re?
quired to take their places at the commence?
ment of every dance.
7. No tickets will be sold at the door.
8. The Btrlct observance of the above rules
will be enforced.
BRIDLES.-Two hundred new and second?
hand Government Bridles at half-price. For
sale by John Commins, No. 308 King street,
six doors above the Masonic Hall.
WHEELER ? WILSON, Singer, and Grover A
Baker family Sewing Machines for sale at low
prices, fully warranted. These machjnes
have been taken in part payment for the un?
rivalled WeedF. F. and Letter G Silent Ma?
chines, and will be sold cheap to make room
for more offering, at No. 307 Kteg Btreet.
PARLOR PAVILION EXHIBITION.-Miss RoBlna
J. Richardson, the American giantess, weight
eight hundred and fifteen pounds, and the
great Scottish knife-thrower, In his daring im?
palement feat, and the talking pig Dexter, the
best trained and educated animal of the nine?
teenth century, to be seen day and evening lr.
Meeting, between Market and Cumberland
streets. _ Jau30-6*
FURCHQOTT, BENEDICT A Co., No, 244 King
street, sell the ?aeat Black Mohair LuBtre Al?
paca for 50 cents-worth 76. jan29
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT ft Co,,No. 244 King
street, have, opened, a large. lot of good Eld
Glove?, for only 75 cents and 90 cents.
jan29 . ? ? 11 . ~
REMOVED.-John - Commins -.lias removed
from No. 131 Meeting street to No. 308 King
street, six doors above the Masonic Hall, and
has received a few cases ot Men's Heavy Calf
Congress Gaiters and Balmorals, with steel
quilted soles, a wry superior and durable shoe
for wear. _ _ Janl7-WE6
AT FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT ft Co., great bar?
gains In Tarlatans-all .colors. Price 25, 30
and 35 cents. , ?? jan29
ONE DOLLAR WRITING DESKS_Superior to
any sold heretofore. HASEL STREET BAZAAR,
and EAST BAT NEWS-BOOM. dec20
NOTICE TO TOURISTS;-Stereoscopic views of
[ Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
street Bazaar. dec29
CHEILLET'S PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair
warranted.; These Gloves will ha taken back
even alter wear, for any imperfections, such as
tearing orripplng; -M.
r Paris, 20 Rue de la Paix.
London, 53 Regent street.
New York, 929 Broadway,
i Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co., sole Agents
for Charleston. nOv3-6mos
Two cases of double-width Ginghams, only
I2j cents, worth 18 cents, at FURCHGOTT, BEN?
EDICT ft Co., No. 244 King street. jan25
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have Just re?
ceived one thousand boxes, each containing
one quire ol fine Note Paper and Envelopes
to match, (without initial,) also Penholder
and Pen. Price 25 cents, per box. Hasel
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Room.
CROQUET I CROQUET I-The cheapest In the
City. HASEL.STREET BAZAAR. dec20
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
$5, $6 50 and $8 50 per . thousand, according
to size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
To BUSINESS MEN.-Save your money by
purchasing your Blank Books at the East ]
Bay News Room. decU
PARCHEESI I PARCHEESI J-A royal game of
India, Hasel street Bazaar, and East Bay
NewB Room. apr20-s
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to furnish good envelopes,
with business cards printed thereon, at $4
per thousand. Send your orders. Every
merchant and business man should have his
card printed on his envelopes.
??r-FRAUDULENT MISREPRES BNTA-'
TIONS.-Among the pernicious frauds of the
petlod there is one which especially deserves the
reprehension of all who place a proper vaine on;
health and life. Ihe swindle referred to conslB a
In the attempts of irresponsible parties, In dtffer-i
ent sections of the United Sutes, to force upon
the market vile astrlng'nt compounds maourac
tnred out or damaged or worthless drugs and i
refuse liquor, as prepara' lons possessing the rare
medicinal virtues of the meat popular and effica?
cious of all vegetable t?nica and alteratives-BOS
TETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS.
The concoctera of these "local bitters" are, In I
the tratst sance of the phrase, publlo enemies.
Their fiery potions inflame the stomachs, Btupefy
the brains and shatter the nerves or those who
aro unwise enough to accept them as substitutes
for the famous Vegetable Invlgorant, that for
twenty years baa been known throughout the ]
we- tern Hemisphere aa a standard article.
Tho lame of H os TETTER '3 BITTERS aa a
health-preserving, vitalizing medicine, ts aa wide j
as the world, and the miserable attempts of]
Pl ?.lt. .-.Jlrnm .--?. ^.^^Irt * -
treated with silent contempt, were lt not that
s riou3 consequences sometimes follow the nae
or the nefarious compounds In question. Who?
ever recommends any of themas remedies for
Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Constipation, Intermit?
tent Fever, Rheumatism, or any other complaint
for which msTETTK ifs BITTERS ls a known
specific, ls gouty of a moral, ir not a legal misde?
meanor. At this season, when the sun ls re?
leasing from the earth, ia the form of unwhole?
some vapors, the active principle of disease, a
course of HOSTETTER'S BITTERS wlU be of the
almost service to persons with feeble constitu?
NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT I WILL
apply to the Judge of Probate, for Gol
letun County, S. O., for letters dlsmlasory as
guardian for my son, JOSEPH R, TUCKER.
JOHN W. S. TUCKER,
?\TOTICE--ALL PERSONS HAVING
il claims against the Estate or the late WM
B. SEABROOK, or James Island, will present
them, daly attested, and au persons Indebted
thereto will make pajraaot to Meters. CHAMBER
LAIN A SEABROOK, Attorneys, at their office in
the Courthouse, in Charleston, on or before the
6th day or February, A. D. 1872.
ELIZABETH MAT SEABROOK,
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA, COL
LETON COUNTY-By D. H. FARMER, Esq.,
Whereas, E. CONNOR made snit to me to grant
him Letters DlsmlBsory from the Estate and ef?
fects of W. G. GRIFFITH. These are therefore to
[?lt? and admonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of tho Bald W. G. GRIFFITH, de?
ceased, that they be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held in Wai ter: oro', cn.
MONDAT, the 12th day of February, A. D. 1872,
after publication hereof, at ll o'clock in the fore
ne on, to show cause, ir any they have, why the
said Letters should not be granted.
Given un A er my hand and seal, this isth day ol
January, A. D. 1872. D. H. FARMER,
Janl7-w5_ Probate Judge.
MI EJ UNEQUALLED MACHINE.
Thc HOME S'lUTTLE ases the Straight Needle,
makes the lock stitch, (alike on both sides,) has
seir-adjusiiug tension, and is the only first class
low price Sewing M ictune In the market adapted
for every variety or sewing from muslins to
heaviest cloths. Price $25 and $37.
Agents wa' ted. Send stamp for circular and
sample of Sewing. T. L. BISSE LL,
Janll-rmwflmo_Charleston, S. 0.
Srnas, OXtjtiiwaift, &t.
Q. ~T L U H W,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 450 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now in Stock or my own importation,
LOW SON ANO HAYDEN'S SOAPS, " ?
Pat tc y's cold Cream,
English Dalby's Carminative, British Oil, Roche's
Embrocation and ihtorodyne.
AGENT FOR .
TILDEN A CO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS,
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
PIUS, *C. AGENT FOB
FOBD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA FOB
DR. JEROME KIDDER'S ELEOTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical lr strnmen ts and Goods of foreign man?
ufacture Imported to i rder.
My Dispensing Department ls complete, em?
bracing au New Reme lles.
A rmi assortment or TTUSBSB ant Bandages al
wavs on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night. JanlOwrmly
rp W. STANLAND,
NAVAL STORES BROKER,
MARSHALL'S WHARF, EAST EHD CALHOUN
STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
Jp 0 E SALE,
IMPERIAL POTATO MANURE.
A copy of the Analysis may b3 seen at our
office, lt ls rich in Potash, Salto and Bone Phos?
phat? of Lime, making lt exceedingly valuable
for all Root .Crops. A small quantity only rms
been sent ont. that Its value may be tested
Price, SSS per Ton, or $6 60 per Bag, containing
one-tenth of a ton. Apply to
Jansi-wthsS G KO. A. TRENHOLM A SON.
JU SH GUANO.
100 tons of this valuable FERTILIZER for sale
by KINSMAN A HOWELL,
Jan29-mwf6_No. 128 East Bay.
.J^AND PL A'S TE E.
uOD barrels warranted Pore Nova Scotia LAND
PLASTER. For sale by
HERMANN BOLWINKLE, Kerr's Wharf.
JpACIFTO GUANO COMPANY'S
ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOB COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
PR ICE-$ 25 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE FOR
This article ls prepared under the superintend?
enceor Dr. ST. JULIAN RAVENEL, expressiv for
Composting with Cotton Seed.
lt was introduced by this company two years
ago, and its use has fully attested its vaina 200
to 260 pounds of tula article per acre, properly
composted with the same weight of cotton seed,
famishes the planter wlt.i a Fertilizer of the high?
est excellence at the small -*" cost. A Compost j
prepared with thu article, xx by printed direc?
tions furnished, contains all v, e elements of fer?
tility that can enter into a Fu t Ciass Fertilizer,
while its economy must comme d its linera! nse
to planters. For supplies and n luted directions,
for Composting, apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano company,
Noa 88 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantla Wharf,
Charleston, S. C.
J NO. S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
O L U B L E
PRICE, $15 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE
Experience In the use of this GUANO for the
past six y ears In this State, for Cotton and Corn,
ba? so far established tts character for excellence
as to render comment unnecessary.
In accordance with the established policy of the
Company to furnish, the best Concentrated Ferti?
lizer at the lowest cost to consumers, this Guano
ls pat into market this season at the above re?
duced price, which the Company ls enabled to do
by reason o' ita large facilities ana the reduced
cost of manufacture. ,
The supplies pat into market this season are, as
heretofore, prepared nuder the personal superin?
tendence of Dr. St. Julian Ravenel, Chemist of11
the Company, at charleston, S. C., hence planters
may rest assured t; at its quality and composition
Is precisely the same SB that heretofore sold.
At the present low price, every aore planted
can be fertilized with 200 pounds Guano at a cost
not exceeding the present value of 80 pounds of
cotton, while experience has shown that under
favorable condition of season and cultivation, the
crop ls Increased by the application from two to
three fold the natural capacity of the soil, henoe
under no condition could Its application fall to
compensate for the outlay.
Apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
Nos. 68 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wnarf,
Charleston, 8. C.
JOHN S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
rjIHE SOUTH CAROLINIAN.
- PROSPECTUS FOR 1973.
The undersigned, In recognition of the demand
foran outspoken and Independent organ at the
Capital, of the frmest peopl . of south carolina,
bas established THE SOUTH CAROLINIAN.
This Journal win be devoted to the Political and
Industrial Interests of the State, and will also
consider the ques lons that affect the whole coun?
try. Whilst we expect to be tue unfettered repre?
sentative of the true Interests and constitutional
rights of all classes of the people, we shall Beek
not to forget that our seal should be tempered
with discretion, and that the sense even of
wrongs and outrages should not cause us to over?
look the suggestions of pi udence. Our policy we
snail seek to make at once bold and sagacious.
Our leading objects will be to secure poll leal fidel?
ity, and to farther the work of material develop?
ment, and to advance the eau -e of virtue, intelli?
gence and ofllcltl integrity. Against corruption
in high places, against, official swindling, against
all Rings detrimental to the popular interests, we
shalt wage Btern and ceaseless war.
We shall further endeavor to make THE SOUTH
: CAROLINIAN such a vehicle of news and intern,
j genoe on every Important subject, as will com?
mend lt, on this score, to the public. We propose
to make a liberal nse of all the means at our com?
mand to Impart value and Interest to our col.
"Democratic" thongh we are In our political
sympathies and views of government, we shall
be. prepared to nnlte cordially with good and
true men of all other parties in securing the price?
less blessings of good and honest government.
"Native and to the manner born," we are never?
theless in full accord with good and true men,
whatever may be the accidents of birth and coun?
try. We advocate the policy of a generous wel?
come to tho ?tate of the European Immigrant and
the Northern settler.
The SOUTH CAROL'NUN makes an appeal to
the honest masses of tbe Srate. Independent as
lt ls, and will be, of all rings and cliques, and
combinations Inconsistent with the popular In?
terests, lt must derive its bodily life from the
people at large, whose Interests in the country,
and in the village, town and city, lt will faithfully
and zealously uphold.
. ' TERMS.
Dally, six months.$4 no
Tri-Weekly, Blx months. 2 SO
Weekly,six months, (when ready)... 150
Advertisements will be Inserted at the rate of |
seventy-ave cents per square for the Hist, and
ri tty cents per square fer each subsequent Inser?
tion. Liberal contracts made with those wishing
to advertise for three, six or twelve months.
wlU be executed with dUellty and dispatch.
JOHN P. TH JMAP,
Jan81_Editor and Proprietor.
Shirts ano inrmatjing (Boodf.
Made to order of Best Materiel', and
WARRANTED TO FIT.
Sent by Express, C. O. D. to any part of the
country. Directions for measurement sent on
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Opposite the Market.
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY AND NOTIONS.
TO is DAT, st IO o'clock, at No. 1? M??t
street, will oeso'd.
20 pieces COTTONADES, pieces Satinet, Jeans,
Kerseys, Lindseys, Prints. Bleached Shirtings,
Cotton Flannels, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Hosiery,
By N. A. HUNT.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THIS DAY, at my store, No. 142 Meeting
street, at io o'clock, I will sell
76 case* BOUTS SHOES AND BROGANS, all
very deslrahlo and fresli goods. Jan31
By MILES DRAKE.
pLOTHING, HATS, Ac.
THIS MORNING, at lo o'ck ck. I will sell at
ffiy store, corner King and Llherry streets,
oi=tin eiIlDe ?r Men's and Boys't LO nilNG, con
siscing u part or l a'simere and Satinet Frocks
r^rrfo .n^??,*61".00^8' p- Jackey, Melton and
H?Hn?0SoPnat2^;AU-wr?01 Pan? Vests, Fancy
P?n? sffi?er8' Undershirts, White and
shir?J l? ?^Va^T Gingham and Calico
Shirts, Satlcets, Cas?lmere ana Ohprirs hv th?
piece, Hair Rose, Cravats, Sa9De? LadlS?
Cloaks. Shawls, Sacques a^vS* Sn??
Thread Pocketbooks, and Ladle* HaufindBS
nets, trimmed, Ac, Ac 8na aoa
A fine assortment or Men's and BoyB' Wootana
Felt Hats and Caps.. lanai
By J. FRASER MATHEWES.
mHOEOtJGHBRED CHESTER WHITE
Will be sold on D ugherty's Wharf, foot or
Legare street, TBIS DAY, Slat of January, at 12
Abont forty (40) head of THOROUGHBRED
CHESTER WHITE BOARS, SOWS AND PIGS.
Conditions caih._ janal
By J. FRASER MATHEWES.
ONE WORK HORSE.
. Will be sold THIS DAY, at half-past 10
o'clock, at my office,
One WORK HORSE.
Terms cash.,_? . .TI:.-">_ \*azi.
R. M. MARSHALL ? BBoT"
TT7ILL SELL THIS DAY, AT HALF
V V past io o'clock, at No. 33 Broad street,
2 MULES, i Horse, 1 Herring's Safe, Desks, Let
ter Press, Ac. _ Jana
By HOLMES & MACBETH,
HTORSES AND MULES.
L Will be sold THIS MORNING. Slat Janu?
ary, at hair-past io o'clock, In front of oar office,
No. ai Broad street,
A One lot of Saddle and Draft HORSES. Also,
a lot of good MULES.
1 erma cash._JanSl
anrtioiucrs* Anrate Sales, &t
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSTJRE.
AT PRIVATE SALE, HOUSE AND LOT
No. 19 Sires Btreet, one door soot nor Bor
gard street, containing four upright rooms, two
piazzas, dreaalng-room, pantry and gas, kitchen
with three rooms. Lot 40 oy 80.
HOUSE and LOT No. 17 Sires street, Booth ot
above, four rooms, one piazza, kitchen. Lot 40
by 80. Jan 24-wf ms
Sip ?OOOfl, 4Pt.
CLOAKS & SHAWLS.
Daring the remainder or the season, GOODS in
this Department win ba sold at their COST to
J, ?. RJS.A.I>. 1
CHEAP DRESS GOODS,
00N8I8TTNQ Di PART OP :
_ DIAGONAL CLOTHS_
Especial attention ta Invited to a lot cr assorted
POPLINS and MOHAIRS, being offered at 26 cents
J. R. READ.
BLACK DRESS GOODS.
A splendid assortment of new and most approv?
ed BLACK DRESS MATERIAL : Black Biarritz,
Satines, Diagonals, Berlin Cord % Persian Cloth,
Alpacas, Empress Cloth, Mohairs, French Merino,
Tamise Cloth, Bombazine, Ottoman Cords, Ac
HARRIS'S "SEAMLESS" KID GLOVES, (first
quality.) A fall assortment of street colors, and
FRENCH KID GLOVES, at $1, In dark and light
colors, black and white.
J. R. READ.
HOSIERY AND GLOVES.
ENGLISH AND GERMAN HOSIERY
Ladies' Superior White Cotton Hose, at soc.
Men's Extra Quality Half Hose, at 31, 37 K and 60c
Ladlee' Doeskin Gauntlets and Gloves
Men's Berlin and French Calf Gloves
Misses' Superior White Cotton Hosiery. . ?
J. R. READ.
LADIES' PLAID SCARFS, new
Ladles' Twilled Scarfs, with tassels
Ladles' Twilled scarfs, plain
White Tarletans, 8-4 French Muslins
Colored Tarletans, Evening colora
Black Silk Parasols, Glove-fltting Corsets
Black Silk Fringes, French Perfumery
Hair Brashes, Dressing Combs, Fine Tooth Brush
es, Lace SeiB, Lace Collars, Ruches, Ac.
J. R. READ.
BLACK, WHITE AND COLORED REPT VALOURS
. for Trimmings
Black and Colored PopUns.
SPECIALTIES FOI GENTLEMEN
A new lot of GENTLEMEN'S SCARFS, In latest
novelties, TIES and CRAVATS, received per last
steamer, at greatly reduced prices.
J. R. READ.
?HARLESTON WHOLESALE AND RE?
TAIL MANUFACTURING CIGAR AND TOBACCO
No. sm KIKO STBBBT, THRM DOORS SOOTH OF
MEERSCHAUM PIPES a specialty, therefore
can sell at prices to surprise you. Suitable for
An extensive and complete assortment of all
articles In his line of business ls kept constantly
on hund. giving a raclitty or niling, without de?
lay all orders extended to him, accompanied
with cash, or draft on responsible houses m the
city. Purchasers are requested to examine his
perfect stock berore trading elsewhere.
Proprietor of Emperor William Cigar Store.
Signum 0ale0^^^aiw fllttfit.
ff. T. LEITCH & ?; 8. BBUMS,
.-^LOSING SALK-LA?GE ASSORT?
IR MENT of Italian Maiblo, ?labA??t-Saita.'
ary. Vjsa?, Card Rec^lverB^^MaitfcJ^C?r?amflO?,'
Bronze Figures. Clocks, Ac. ?, ?v~'.?..?7,
wm be sold THURSDAY, lit February, at
ll o'clock, at No. 52 Broad street. : --? "*\
The above assortment, recently imported from
Florence, Italy, by Seignor C. B Pandolflne ex?
pressly lor this market.
Stock open for inspection. Janai
JBj A, C. McfctlLHYBAF, ?.io
Auctioneer, ' .
PLANTATION OF 620 ACRES IN
Pa isbesof St Thomas and St. ?Dennis, ai
Auction. . H ?. ::g L; .-iio -..?.. ? w aii/p
Will be sold on T?ESDAT, the eth. day of .Feb?
ruary next, at the corner br Eas:; Bay and'Broad'
streets, at ll o'clock, . - <? L
The aoove valuable TRACT Ol' LASD, knowa
as "Warmwa," or the Mount Pleasant Trace coa
talnlng S74acre3 hfgb land and 40 acres nee land;*
bounded on the nor th wes-, non h ann northeast
by Lanna of Ezekiel Ftckens,and now or late of
Hrs. James Shoolbred. tn .the. east and south on
Lauds or-Thomas Ashby, and BOW or lateof the
Estate, of Gorge Anderson, and.. co the south wert
on a Public canal, and on Landa now or late of
the Estate of Dr. George P. B Has-IL . M1
Terms-One-third cash; balance In ono, two
and three years, with seven per <ent. -interest sc
cured as usuaL .Purchaser, to pay Auctioneer for.
paptrs and stamps. ".**. '.' ". ' ' .
Flat can be seen at Ko. ilX Bread strebet, &
Janai-wfmtn . ? ?? . ., , ?,_
By H UTS OX LEE, .
?-y ALU AB LE PHOSPHATE WOB&j|OB;
?ffiliiSJS^JK tb,eJ'S" Bro'? i& ol?
THTJrt?DAY, 22d of February, os72, at ii o'clock
The'entire PROPERTY of the Farmers' Ferait-'
zer Company of South Carolins, consist ina of: 0
- A TRACT OF LAND, nair ra lie from the Guy of
Charleston, containing thirty-five (SS) acre?, upon
which. have rece?? ly been erected Ia a most
thorough and workmanlike manner,
One FRAME MILL, s stories high, 45x80 feet.
One Brick Engine-Boiler House, 26x40 feet, wita
br.ck chimney. V.
Fonr Brick Kilns,.for drying Phosphate Rook;
and two Wharves.
The MACHINERY, which bas been most caro*
fully construe-ed, consists of.
One 80-horae power ENGINE, complete.
Four pair ef atones.
One Poole A Emit Patent Mixer,
Shafting, Elevators, Beliing, Ac, Ac. S
Located on the Ashley River, where the richest
Phosphate Deposits are found, In Immediate prat*
lmlty to . the City of Charleston, with sufficient
. depth of water at the wharf to accommodate tho
largest vessels entering thia harbor, connected by *
the South Carolina and Northeastern Railroads,
which pass th ongh the premises, with the entire
South and West, built expressly fora Phosphate
Manufacturing work and uever having been used,
thia Property offers unsurpassed inducement! to
any party desiring ta em birk in this lucrativo
Terms oi sale-One-fourth fX)cash; balance ts
(3) three equal payments, at. 3, a and 0 months,
secured by bond of the purchaser, bearing .Inter?
est at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum, sad
mortgage of the property. Buildings to bo ton?
sured and policies assigned. Purchaser to pay
auctioneer for all necessary papero andstomps.
The Property eau be inspected by parties desto?
In? to purchase at any time prior to the sale. '0 '
By B. M. MARSHALL & URO.
DESIRABLE BUSINESS STAND. No,
. 165 King f treet,. west side, e oath o? Clifford;
On THURSDAY, February l, at II o'clock, witt
be sold at tho Post?nico, '
The ab . ve ST?RET AND DWELLING, being a
two and a half story brick building, With donnie
brick Kitchen.' Allin fair repair. Mt about Sf
by. 160 feet, more or. less. Terms easy; ma?
known at sala J an 25 ihswtht
By Av ft McBILLIVE??,
Auctioneer* No 8T 1-3 Broad street.
DESIRABLE INVESTMENT, FINE SITE
for a Milli Manufactory, Lumber Yard, Ac.,
k own as Harrison's Wood and Lumber Yard,
with six small Houses thereon, In the northwest
part of the city, at Auction.
On THURSDAY, la; day of February, at ll
o'clock, at. the corner of East Bay and Broad
streets, will be sold, .
All that extensive LOT OF LAND, lying on tho
weat side of .Chestnut street, near tue Westend of
Spring street, abutting oa Gadsden's Creek, with
good wharf and landing, measuring 300 feet oa
Chestnut street, by 194 on the north, and 101 feet,
more or less, on the sooth line, together with tho
six small Houses, (five lying on Chestnut street
and one in rear,) now yleLilrtg a good rental.
The whole of the above property new and for
many years past known as "Garrison's Wood and
Lumber Yaru," will be sold in one place. Tho at
Yard, being on a bold and navigable stream.
All that LOT OP LAND oppr slte the above, sit?
uate at the northeast comer of chestnut, and
Ashton streets, 40 feet on .Ashton, by 116 oa
Chestnut, on which ls a larg ? oak tree, a shed or
stable and a good well of *ater,
The LOT next east adjoining the above on Asa
ton street, 40 by us feet
For Plat and lurther information see Auc?
tioneer. ?' ?
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one, two
and three years, secured as usual. Buildings to
be Insured and pol oy assigned. Purchaser to pay
Anotloncerlor papers and stamps.
W. T. LEITCH & fl. S. BRUNS,
TWO AND A HALF STORT WOODEN
RESIDENCE, on Brick Basement. Queen
street, near Rutledge street, by order ot the Ex?
Will be sold TUESDAY, 0th Of February, at ll
o'clock, at the old Postofflce,
Tnatdelightfully situated RESIDENCE, sonta
side of Qeeen street, opposite Smith, a few doors
from Rutledge street, containing 7 square, 2 attie
and 2 basement rooms, besides Kitchen .sad
necessary outbuildings. 2 piazzas and flue cistern.
Gas tbronghout the premises. . .- ..
Lot measures 60 feet op Queen street, by us ieee
In depth. \
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, with interest on bond and mortgage. Pro?
perty to be Insured and policy as-lgned. Pur?
chaser to pay us for papers and stamps, sad
Taxes for 1?72._Jaj27,8l,feb2,M
By H. H. DeLEON.
SALE OF KING'S MOUNTAIN RAIL?
Theodore D. Wagner and Asbury Coward,
Trustees, vs. the King's Mountain Railroad com- .
pany -Foreclosure of Mortgage.
In pursuance ot tne terms ol a nor'gage execu?
ted by the King's Mountain Railroad Company, ot
the l&th day of March, 1869, and by virtue oi tho
powers therein granted,we will sell,at Public Auc?
tion at Charleston, 8. .0, coraer East Bay^oad
Broad streets, at ll .o'clock, on. WEDNESDAY,
March 20, 1872, ?
Tne entire RAILROAD of the said Company, In?
cluding the bed and superstructures of said Read,
the materials used in construction, the aranoso,
station-house depots, store houses, workshops,
machinery and fixtures thereon,,and all the en?
gines and rolling stock, together .with all-tao
rights, privileges and easement belonging or sa
I pertaining to said Railroad Company. .
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay for papers tad
THEODORE D. WAGNER,
By LOWNDES & GR1MBALL,
RE FE REE'S SALB.
The Vestry and Church Wardens of tao
Episcopal Church of the Parish of St. stephen's,
vs. Geo. L. smith, Administrator, et aL
Pursuant to an order cf sale la I he above named
case, made by the Hon. R. F. Gruham. -odze^of
the First circuit, dated January 24th, 1872, I wm
oiler for sale on TUESDAY, February 20th, at tao
Postofflce, Broad street, Charleston, at ll o'clock
A. M., . ;?<r_- .
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND,
situated on the south side of Santee River, In St.
Stephen's Parish, County of Charleston, aaa
known as the .Sit. Stephen's church Glebe Land,
containing six hundred and forty-four (944) acres,
more or less, and having such bonndlngs as are
particularly set forth In a plat drawn by Wi r.
Erwin, surveyor, on ihe 2d d?y of April, 1858, ana .
recorded in the office of Mesne Conveyance for
Charleston County. ?
Terms-One-half cash; balance in equal instal?
ments of one and two years, with interest a*
seven per cent, per annum, payable annually, se?
cured Dy bond ol the purchaser and mortgage of
the premises. Purchaser to oay for stamps and
papers. G. HERBERT SASS,
jHn27,81,feb6-18,20 "_. . Referee.
By A. C. McGnXIVBAY,
VALUABLE HAYNE STREET STORE,
Will positively be sold on TUESDAY, eth day of
February, at li o'clock, at corner East Bay sad
Ail that LOT OF LAND on the south side of
Hayne street, together with the Four-Story Brick
Store on Hayne street, known by the No. 37, (bo
log the firth store east of Meeting street) now oc?
cupied by John S. Fairly A co.; measuring fia
fronton Hayne street 26 feet by 190 lu depth, run?
ning through to and fronting on Market street,
with a Two story Brick Store on said street, now
OL cn pie i by Messrs. Hart A Co.
Terms-Cnn-fourth cash; the balance In taree
equal annual Instalments, with seven per coat.
Interest, payable annually, secured by bond sad
mortgage, with insurance of bulldogs and as?
signment of policy. Purchaser paying for ol
necessary papers and stamps.