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^49* Hr. WILLIAM S. SIMMONS, Jr., and Mr.
H. H. PORTEE, are the travelling agents for
THE NEWS, the former for lower and the lat?
ter for upper South Carolina.
Heelings TbXs Day.
Belief Loan Association, at half-past 7 P. M.
Germania Lodge,. K. P., ?t half-past 7 P. M.
Union Kilwinning Lodge, at half-past 7
. Charleston Dramatic Club, at half past 7
Ane tion Sales This Day.
Leitch ? Bruns will sell at 10 o'clock, at che
Postofflce, real estate.
. J. Drayton Ford will sell at ll o'clock, at the
. A. Tobias's Sons will, sell at ll o'clock, on
Kerr's wharf, damaged corn and flour.
H. Cobla.&Co. will Bell at 9 o'clock, at their
store, New Orleans SK^ar. hams, &C.
Jeffords ? Co. will sell at half-past 9 o'clock,
at their store, hams and shoulders.
John G. MJlnor & Co. will sell at half-past 10
o'clock, at their store, dry goods, clothing,
Laurey, Alexander 4 Co. will sell ?at 10
o'clock, at their store, mackerel, salmon, 4c.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, dry good?, notions, Ac.
NEW POSTOF?'ICE Box.-By permission ol
Postmaster Trott, a postofflce box bas been
placed at the grocery store ol' Mr.: Evert E.
Bedford, No. 275 King street. Letters will be
sent to the head office lo time for every mail.
A CHANGE OP MARSHALS.-A dispatch from
Washington, last evening, states that Mr.
Louis E. Johnson, the United States marshal,
bas bsen informed through the attorney gen?
eral that his resignation will be accepted by
President Grant. Mr. Robt. W. Wallace is
mentioned as bis probable successor.
COEN FROM THE GREAT NORTHWEST.-The
steady and extended growth ot the railroad
Bys tem of the United States ls placing every
portion of the country In proximity, and the
prolific product of each section Is transported
everywhere, .by ralL There were received
yesterday by the South Carolina Railroad two
tar loads of mixed corn, grcwn near Iowa
City, Iowa, and placed in cars in bulk at
Chicago, from which place it came through to
this city by all rall. It was sent by a party In
Iowa City to Mr. H. L. Chisolm, who will offer
lt here for saie._^
FRESHET IN THE CAPE FEAR.-The Cape Fear
River ls now at a higher point than has - been
known since 1865. 4It bas risen some sixty or
sixty-five feet at Fayetteville, the water being
nearly' to the top ot the bluff. It fell about
Ave feet on- Monday, but was rising again
Tuesday. Considerable damage bas been
caused along the banks by the carrying away
- o? limber, stave?, fence rails, Ac, ?nd in one
or two Ins tances barns and storehouses have
been washed off.' - Should the water rise much
higher, a serious distress wlH .be tho cons??
quente. . ? . ? ^ .?
THE RICE QUESTION.-We learn that another I
attempt' waa made yesterday by Alpeora j
Bradley, to hold a meeting ol the colored citi?
zens for the purpose ol expressing opposition
to the repealing ot the duty on foreign rice.
As on a former occasion, the prime mover
proved a more interesting subject of discus?
sion than the rice question, and was set upon
by the crowd. It might have gone hard with
Alpeora but for the interference of the polloe,
whose clubs commanded more respect than
the moral influence of the newly-imported l(
agitator. The opposition of the' colored men '
to the repealing ot the duty on foreign rice ls j1
as decided as their aversion to Bradley; but
the sight of the latter ls too much for their
nerves. As Bradley hopes to return to Geor?
gia with a sound body, he will probably leave
.aturap-speaking and the rice question alone
for the future.
TBS GERMAN FIRE COMPANY.-At the thirty
rbnrib; anniversary .meeting of the German.
8lean Fire Eugine Company-, held yesterday
afternoon at their englne^-hquse- hall in Chal?
mers street, the following officers were elected
to serve for the ensuing year: Gerhardt Riecke, 1 ]
president; H. H. Von Eitzen, first vice-presi?
dent, vice JM.Br?nings?- deoUned; H. Wohl-:
ken, second.vice-president;. John. Marienhoff,
first director; E. F. St urke 0, second director;!:]
G. H. Schr?ge, third,dlreotor; H. Niebuhr, -, ji
fourth director; H. F. Bittexdohn, fifth director; ?
William Bru nj es, treasurer; .J. H. 0=ten dor ff. \
secretary, vice Max Bell Uer, declined; J. H. h
' Br?nings, George Addlcks, L. H. Mehrtens, ?
J. F. Neuman, axemen ; ?W. BreciemanD, engl-' i
Beef; j lo the evening the handsome ball was
thrown Ope?, to the ladles, and with Muller's1 .<
Band, on hand, a brilliant. ball was soon bi- t
progress: The entertainment was a success, t
.nd the dancing was kept up until a late hour.
RIVER TBTETES AT WOBE.-Yesterday morn 1
lng Private Oakes, the policeman on duty oh ?}
Soul h Ray, discovered a bale of cotton, all (
wet, lylug in a boat at Moreland's wbarl. The -
owners of the boat could explain nothing, but
on inquiry, two colored men, Wm. Harrison |
and John Lee, were proved to have b( sn the j
persons who brought it ashore. The two were f
arrested about eight o'clock, and immediate- 1
ly brought up by the policeman before the t
Mayor. The case was referred to the detec- 1
tlves. In the evening a communication was J
received from Mr. H. C. McGee, wharfinger, \
who gave the marks o? the cotton, and stated \
that lt had been stolen from Accommodation I
wharf on Tuesday night It had been rolled !
into the water at high tide, and but for the r
hlgh wind prevailing yesterday morning, a
would probably have been carried off beyond f
the reach of recovery. The prisoners are held : v
at the Detective office for examination before a
a trial Justice. t
UNTT/O) STATES COURT.-The District Court ?
was opened at eleven o'clock yesterday morn- c
lng, Hon. Geo. S. Bryan presiding. r
The assignee of Leander A. Bigger was
ordered to pay to Wm. J. Clark, sheriff, $1881 1
66-100, with interest from February 1, 1872,
and the cost of the case. 1
B. W. Lawton, agsign??rof ?oB?rfc MartlD, s
bankrupt, was discharged, and D. B. Gil.iland 1
was appointa in his stead. The new assignee 1
WP~> also ordered to olose the estate at once. 1
The assignee of B. H. Anderson was ordered
to pay the costs o? the petition filed by Hayns?
worth 4 Fraser, and aise a counsel fee of (200
to the petitioners.
Richard H. Anderson, ot Burtler, bankrupt, s
was granted his final discharge in due form of r
Tho assignee ot Leander A. Bigger, bank- t
rup', was further ordered to pay to Wm. J. ?
Clark, sheriff, the balance of cash In his hanls *
and also the bond of the purchaser for $560. j
The petition of I. Hyman 4 Co., creditors ?
for involuntary bankruptcy of S. Bowman, J
was ordered to be dismissed and the injune- c
tion issued lu the case dissolved. 1
D. L. Auld, assignee of M. L. Harvin, was (
ordered to show cause before the court on the ;j
22d instant why he should not be attached fur j
contempt in paying over moneys, 4c. j
The court then resumed the hearing ol the
case of Farmer VB. Sanders, pending which lt
adjourned until eleven this m om'cg.
THE ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER,
The Grand Royal Arch Chapter of South
Carolina was called from refreshment to labor
at eleven A:.!!* the M. E. G. H. p., James A.
Hoyt, presiding.? .
The grand chaplain offered, solemn prayer,
after which the roll was called and the min?
?tes of last evening's session were read and
The following communications were laid be?
fore the Grand Chapter:
CHARLESTON BOARD OP TRADE, )
CHARLESTON, S. C., February 12. 1872. J
Afr. J. A. Hoyt, Grand High Priest Soy al
DEAR SiR-In behalf of the Charleston
Board of Trade I take pleasure lo tending the
use of the rooms of this Board to the members
of the Grand Chapter durlug their stay in the
city. I am yours, respectfully.
H. H. DELEON, President.
CHARLESTON CHAMBER OP COMMERCE, ?
CHARLESTON, S. C., February 13, 1872. J
James A. Hoyt, Esq., Af. E. G. H. P. Grand
Chapter of South Carolina:
DEAR MR-I take great pleasure in enclosing
you a number of tickets of admission to the
reading and other rooms of the Charleston
Chamber of Commerce for the use of yourself |
and colleagues during your stay In Chai leston.
Should the number ot tickets be insufficient.
I shall be happy in forwarding more of them
Wishing you and your compau.ons of the
craft an agreeable time during j our visit to
the city, I have the honor to be, with much re?
gard. Very respeci fully yours,
t?. Y. TUPPER, President.
On motion of Comp. G. T. Berg, the Invita?
tions were received, and the thanks of the
Grand Chapter were returned to theee bodies
lor the courtesy extended.
Comp. Augustine T. Smythe presented the
report of the committee on foreign .corres?
pondence, which was received and ordered to
be published with the proceedings.
Comp. Thompson presented the report ol
the finance, committee, ? h ich was considered
Comp. G. T. Berg, as chairman of the com.
mittee on mileage and per diem, made his re?
port, which was laid Upon the table.
Comp. W. G. DeSaussure,- chairman, pre
sentedtbe report of the committee on cre?
dentials, which was received as information,
and the committee continued.
The hour ol the special order having arri?
ved, the Grand Chapter proceeded to the elec?
tion of grand officers for the ensuing Masonic
year with the following result :
James A.. Hoyt, Anderson, G. H. P.
James Birnie, Greenvl le, D. G. H. P.
E. W. Lloyd, Florence, G. R.
W. H. D. Gaillard, Pendleton, G. 8.
Rev. John M. Carlisle, Charleston. R. R. A.
C. Frank Jackson, Columbia, G. treasurer.
Augustine T, Smythe, Charleston, G. sec?
B. Z. Herndon, Cokeabury, G. C. H.
Harris Covington, Bennettsvllle, G. R. A. C.
L. F. Meyer, Charleston, G. sentinel.
Comp.. Aujpistiue T. Smythe was elected
unanimously chairman of the committee on
loreign correspondence, and Comps. Harris
Covington and Wilmot G. DeSaussure wore
appointed the remainder of such committee.
The grand officers elect were Installed in
due and ample form by Comp. R. S. Bruns,
P. G. H. P.
On motion of Comp. James Birnie, the
thank B of the Grand Chapter were returned to
Union Chapter, No. 3, R. A. M., and Zerubba
bel Chapter, Ne. ll, for the use oj their re- J
galla,land to the Grand Lodge of "Smith Caro?
lina for the use of the lodge room during the
present convocation. -
The Grand Chapter was then closed in due
and ancient form.
Royal and Select Masters.
The annual assembly of the Grand Council
)f Royal and Select Masters of the State of]
South Carolina was h-?ld yesterday afternoon,
it Holmes's Lyceum. The presiding officer,
James Birnie, of Greenville, S. C., M. P. G. M.,
delivered the annual address relating to cryp?
tic masonry in:the State and the United States.
After the tra?sJcrJ?n or "the business of the
order an election .was held for officers for the
ensuing year, wlttr the following result:
James Birnie, Greenville, M. P. G. M.
E. W. Lloyd, Florence, T. J. D. G> M.
G. T. Berg, Colombia, P. C. W.
C. F. Jackson, Columbia, G. T.
A. Lindstrom, Charleston, G. R.
Zimmerman Davis, Charleston, G. C. of G.
W. H. Girardeau, Sumter, G. C. ol C.
C. M. Miller, Laurens, G. M.
L. F. Meyer, Charleston, G. S.
The various committees were appointed and
reported upon matters connected with the
J rand Council, which at length clcsed to meet j
igaln In this, .elly on the Wednesday following
the second Monday lu February next.
The sale of seals ?for the. Janauschek trag?
edies opens at the box office of the Academy
his morning. To show the reception the great
irtist met with in Richmond, on Monday last,
ro quote the following from the Richmond
dispatch-a paper that never praises unless
>ralse be well deserved:
A more brilliant assemblage never throng
id a Richmond place of amusement than that
vhicb, despite clouds and rain, greeted Janau
chek at the thea;re last nljjht. No seoi
vorth taking was available, and hundreds of
roung men were glad to secure standing roora
n the aisles or far In the background, Ii was
m audience equally remarkable far numbers,
'ash?on and culture, and there was but one
>plnion in ail the vast crowd as to the sublime
leting of the splendid woman who.w tho
)rincipal figure on the stage. .The p y was
he English adaptation of R?hlLei's Mary
Stuart, and lt was-one calculated to place
ladame Janauschek'a talents., lol.the most
Mvid light. In the Queen of the Scots her fine
?hyslque and commanding presence combine
vltb her incomparable dramatic powers to fill
.ll who behold her with admiration. IU the
Irst act every movement marks the Queen,
nd Ju her interview with Elizabeth and.the
ina} scene we seem, lo have the very per fee
fon of acting. The applause of the audience
rae genuine and enthusiastic, and when eke
ppeared before the curtain it was in response
o a unanimous desire tOjdo honor to her
;enlus. We must add that Jaoaiischek was
bly supported. Miss Piuokie lias.an excellent
onceptlon of Schiller's Elizabeth. Rarely ls a
ompany composed ol such excellent mate
We are to see l,Mary Stuart'1 on Monday eve
he wizard, opens here ou Friday next It is
carcely necessary to do more than mention
he name of this magician, for the people con
loue to flock to lil m aa if he controlled the
lower of natural gravitation.
A CARD-WARD 0.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
The list of so-called delegates from Ward 6,
announced in your issue of yesterday, were
tot elected. It, was made up after the ward
neetlng was dispersed. The following ls the
icket that really received the largest number
>f votes. No election, however, was announc
d, as the president abandoned ihe chair, and
he bail?te werASelzed and torn up by a small
lowen faction, led by cet tala Customhouse
.'mployeesJ After the lights were put out. a
mall gathering was bad at the residence of F.
I. Carmand, a Customhouse employee, and
?ne of the, pretended delegates, aud then the
ist you published was made up, each man
List of delegates from Ward 6 to the Rep ub?
ican Couventlon of Charleston County,.to be
leid February 15, 1872: Charles 8immonp,
Jeorge Dantzman, Allen McCloud, John G.
?aokev, C. Vahderhorsr, David B. Mathews.
DAVID B. MATHEWS,
And many voters.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Isaac Miller and William
Sears, reported lor working as stevedores on
a schooner at Union wharf, had their case con
tinned until this morning.
An Individual, whose horse got drunk and
could not drag the cart straight in Meeting
street, was arrested and Hoed one dollar for
A fine Newfoundland dog, lound astray In
Rutledge street, was ordered to be advertised.
THE STATE CIRCDIT COURT.-The Court of
General Setsloas was opened at ten o'clock
yesterday morning, Hon. R. F. Graham pre?
James Bur ba go, under commitment for
grand larceny, was discharged, no bill having
been found against him.
In the case of Lazarus Johnson, found
gullly of grand larceny, his counsel, Messrs.
. eymour and Bradley; filed a paries cf excep?
tions, which were, fixed ito ba heard on sen?
tence day. - .
The lollowlng cases were disposed of:
London Williams, grand larceny. R. W.
Seymour, Esq., for the defence. Guilty ol
Toby Brown and Albert Harrison, grand lar- ;
ceny. R. W. Seymour, E-q., for the defence.
Not guilty and discharged.
The trials of Abraham Vam, for forgery,
and Fraok Williams, for breach of trust, were
fixed lor this morning.
Ccurt then adjourned until 10 o'clock this
TOE REPUBLICAN WARD MEETINGS.-In ad?
dition to the list of delegates elected at the
various wards meetings on Tuesday night,
published in yesterday's NEWS, .are the follow?
ing: . .
Ward 4-The meeting in this ward was
noisy, and the contest between the Bowen I
party and their opponents waxed warm.
Everybody seemed bent on talking and
opposed to listening, and all tried their best
to talk themselves and prevent the others
from doing the same. The Bowenltes were at
last compelled to abandon the field; and the
meeting lasted lill about two o'clock yesterday
morning, the following officers having been
elected by a large majority: Gilbert Pillsbury,
H. W. Hendricks, John Cross, James L.
Walker, T. H. Tilllnghast, Peter L. Miller.
The disgusted Bowenltes were not, however,
to be put off, and called a meeting of the
ward for yesterday afternoon. They at last
overcame all obstacles thrown in their way by
their opponents, and elected by themselves the
following delegates: Thomas M. 'Holmes,
Nathan Robertson, R. H. Willoughby, N. K.
Reed, Alexander Williams, Henry Norris.
Ward 5-Meeting quiet. The following dele?
gates were elected: W. A. Grant, T. E. Dix?
on, B. E. 8avage, W. T. Oliver, J. M. Deas and
Ward 6-The meeting was similar to that in
Ward 4, but three separate delegates were
eleote?-the Bowen, the ant i-Bo wen and the
half and half.
Ward 7-In this ward, also, three delega?
tions were elected.
The delegates assemble in convention at the
Military Hall this - afternoon at five o'clock,
when the claims of the conflicting delegations
will-have to be settled be.'ona entering upon
business. The matter will"be one of some
difficulty, and require some sharp manceuv- J
* * CHARLESTON, December 19,1871.
TO TBE EDITOR OF TBE NEWS.
To confirm public confidence in the Guanos
offered fur sale by me, it hos always been my'
desire to avail myselrtof the best scientific
ability in order to give the planter every possi?
ble guarantee as to their ?tandara. My store?
houses lu the city, as well as the Pacific Guano
Works at Rikersvllle, have ever been open for
inspection; and although the latter bave been
under the personal supervision of Dr. St. Ju?
lien Ravenel, yet with his entire approval our
slock bas yearly bceu examined by Professor
Shepard and his endorsements of their high
standard received. I enclose herewith an ex?
tract from his report Just taken. The analyses
are on file at my office. J. N. ROBSON,
" No. 68 East Bay, and
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.-.
LABORATORY OF THE MEDICAL COLLEGE, )
QUEEN STREET, y
CHARLESTON, December 15,1871. )
"In conclusion 1 would state that the three
articles (namely, two samples of Pacific Guauc
and one sample of Com. Acid Phosphate,) ex?
amined are fully up to the old standard of the
febl3-5D*o "CHAS. U. SHEPARD, Jr."
TH s AUCTION SALE of plantations in George
town County, belonging to estate..'of J. H.
Tucker, advertised for this day by Messrs. R.
M. Marshall A Brother, ls postponed for the
present. A future advertisement will name
the day of sale. SAHL. LORD, Referee.
GAME s ! GAMES ?-Magic Hoops, Building
Blocks, Alphabet Blocke. HASEL STREET BA
2AAR. '.'?>? ".. febl5-th
A FULL line of Ladies' White Rid Gloves, all
lumbers, for $1. A full line of Gent's Gloves
jp tO NO. 9. FtJRCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co., No.
!44 King street, * . _.;' ieb5
CROQUET 1 CROQUET 1-The cheapest In the
:ity. Price $4. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
dec20 .. ... !
AT FURCHGOTT, BENKDICT Co., 10 pieces
3lack Gros Grain fine Silk, only $2; worth
12 50. Ten pieces. Black.Gros Grain fine Silk
;24 Inches) only $1 87. ?eb5
MARK YOUR CLOTHING!-Order your Stencil
Plates at thc Hasel street Bazaar and Bast-Bay
s'ewe Room. octl4-th
AT FORCHGOTT, BENEDICT <fe Co., 6 Inch all
solora Boiled Silk Ribbon $1; worth $150.
NOTICE TO TouiiiflTs.-Stereoscopic views of
Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
itreet Bazaar._ dec29
CHETLLBT'S PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair
warranted;' These Gloves will be taken back
i ven alter wear, for any imperfections, such as
?earing or ripping.
Paris, 20 Rue de la Paix.
rippfiTo LondoD, 53 Regent street.
UEPOTB ? NEW YORK 929 BROADWAY>
.Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FUBOHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co., sole Agents
'or Charleston. nov3-6mos
A UNIVERSAL REMEDY.-Brown's Bronchial
Troches" for Coughs, Colds and Bronchial
Affections, stands first in public favor and
ion fide nee; this result has.been acquired by a
est ol many years. febl3-tuth?3
Alfi. WINDOW SASHES, BLINDS AND DOORS
(Old by P. P. Toale, No. 20 Hayne and No. 33
Plnckuey streets, are made at his factory on
aoribeck'8 wharl, 'in this city. A general
itock ol building material constantly on band,
rail and examine the quality and prices of his
work, which defy competition and are une?
qualled. Lasting satisfaction ls guaranteed lu
ill sales. auglS-thstu
PARCHEESI ! PARCHEESI !-A royal game of
India. Hasel street Bazaar, and East Bay
N"ew3 Room. apr20-w
This FERTILIZER, manufac-ured by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, ander tnc direc?
tion or their Chemist, Dr. ST. JCLIBN RAYEN'EL, in now offered to the Planting Community AT
TB.'-' VERY REDUCED PRICE OF $48 PER TON CASH, or $5? PAYABLE 1ST NOVEMBER, 1879,
FREE OF INTEREST.
This FERTILIZER has been very extensively used In this State, and has given entire satisfaction:
some ft the must practical planters admitting lt to be equal to Peruvian Qnano. pound for pound.
All sales made now will be considered as cash on the 1st of March, 1872, and to those baying on
time the sale will be considered as due on lat November. 1872.
By this arrangement planters will be enabled, wltnout extra costo haul their Manure at a
time when their wagons ?nd mules are idle.
Pamphlets containing the certificates of those who have used the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE will be
furnished on application to the Agents.
PELZEK, RODGERS & CO., General Agents,
BROWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
ATLANTIC ACID PHOSPHATE.
This Art cle, prepared by the ATLANTIC PHOSPBATE COMPANY, under the direction of their
Chemist, Dr. ST. JCLIBN RAVENEL, for composting with Cotton Seed, ls now offered at the Reduced
Price of $98 per ton cash, or 931 per ton payable 1st November, 1872, Free of Interest.
Orders filled now will be considered as Cash 1st Mares, 1872, or on Time as doe 1st November
1872, thereby enabling Planters to haul lt at a time when their Wagons and Mules are idle.
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents
BKOWN'S WHARP, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
SINGER STILL TRIUMPHANT !
GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS AND DIPLOMA AWARDED TO SINGER SEW
INO MAMINE AT SAVANNAH FAIR, NOVEMBER, 1811. 1
FIRST PREMIUM AT ATLANTA FAIR, uCTOBEB, 1871, FOR BEST
PREMIUM AT THE MACON FAIR, OCTOBER. 1871, FOR FAMILY MA?
CHINE, WITH BEST AND MOST USEFUL ATTACHMENTS.
FIRST PREMIUM AT THOMASVILLE, NOVEMBER 2, 1871, FOR BEST
GOLD MEDAL AND THREE SILVER MEDALS AWARDED THE
SINGER AT THE AUGUSTA FAIR, NOVEMBER, 1871.
EXAMINE OUR MACHINES.
H. D. HAWLEY,
GENERAL AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA, GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
J. CLARK BEDELL,
RESIDENT AGENT, CHARLESTON, S. C.
OFFICE AND SALESROOM No. 107 KING STREET.
Cigars, Sobaim, $?:.
J? ANTOUB ? co.,
PROPRIETORS OF THE
HAVANA CIGAR FACTOR
Having purchase 1 the above named establish
ment, and.havtog all the facilities necessary,
are prepared to furnish the pnbllc In general
with fln>t-olass HAVANA CIGARS, manufactured
from Une Vuelta ADFJO Tob?ceo.
We will have a full stock constantly on band
Orders for special Brands Ailed at shortest no
tloe. MANTO UK A CO.,
Nos. 114 and 118 East Bay,
Charleston, s. C.
. A. CARD.
Having disposed to Messrs. MANTO UK A CO. my
right and title tn -Ahe Charleston Bracon of the
Havana Cigar Factory, LA VALENTINA In retir?
ing from the above nam-d busine: s I return my
thsnks to my friends and the public In general
for their kind patronage, and solicit a contln
uantre of the same for my successors
M J. QUINTERO.
Charleston, S. C., February 12.1872. febl4
? MARLESTON WHOLESALE AND KET
TATL MANUFACTURING CIGAR AND TOBACCO
No. 810 KINS STUBB?, THREE DOORS SOUTH op
SOCIETY STB BET.
MEERSCHAUM PIPES a specialty, therefore
can sell at prices to surprise you. suitable for
An extensive and complete assortment of all
articles m his line of business ls kept constantly
on hand, giving a facility of mung, without de
lay. all ordere extended to bim, accompanied
with cash, or draft on responsible houses in the
city. Purchasers are requested to examine his
perfect Stock before trading elsewhere. .
Proprietor of Emperor william Cigar Store.
The Finest Sponge Batter
FOX'S CRAOEERS have for over hair a century
been held in the highest estimation by the people
or tbe Eastern and Hiddle states'. They are kept
Tor sale by all the leading Grocers In NEW YORK
All articles used in their manufacture are the |
best and purest that c m Le obtained. The ma
:hlnery used was invented and patented by
MAN UFA TURER OF
ALL KINDS OF CRACKERS,
LANSINGBUKGH, >'. T.
Send for Price Lists, Ac. I deliver goods free of j
charge In New York City.
Liberal terms: given Jobbe?, and am ready to j
make arrangements with any reliable parties who
(rill take orders for me In any of the cities In this J
' rebl3-tuthalmo LANSINGBTJRGH; N. Y.
CDooro, Sasr)esLttti? Simba
SASHES AND BLINDS.
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer,
Has removed his Offlc? to and opened his prln
Clpal SALESROOMS at No. 20 UAY.NK STREET
and No. 33 PIN CEN KY STREET, where he takes
pleasure in offering to the public a full stock ol
(ns own manufacture of DOORS,*A^HES,BLINDS !
MOULIUNOS, NEWELS, BALUSTERS, Ac.
WOOD TURNING In all Its branches.
A specialty made of FRENCH and AMERICAN
WINDOW GLASS, at WHOLESALE and RETAIL
?S~ Orders for stock of Irregular size work re
ceived either ar. the Salesroom*. No. 20 HAYN!
STRKET.or at the FACTORY on Horlbeok's wharf.
milliner 2, t?fjite ?oo?s, Sf t.
Ribbons, Millinery and Straw
WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, ?bo.
ARMSTRONG, GATOR ft CO.,
IXFORTKBS, MAN?PATUKKBS AND JOBBERS
BONNET, TRIMMING, NECK an J SASH RIBBONS,
VELVET: RIBBONS, NECK TIE3,
Bonnet silks, Satins, Velvets and Crapes,
FLOWERS, FEATHERS, ORNAMENTS, FRAME?,
Straw Bonnets and Ladles' and Condren'* Hats;
Trimmed and Untrimmed; snd la connecting
Wsrerooms White Goods, Linens; Embrea Jarlos,
Laces, Nets, Collars. Sets, Handkerchief, Yell?
ing, Head Nets, Ac., Ac.
Nos. 237 AND 239 BALTIMORE STREET, BALTI?
These goods are manufactured by ns or bought
for Cash dlrecilydrom the European and Ameri?
can Manufacturers, embracing all the latest nov?
elties, unequalled In variety and cheapness m
Orders filled with care, promptness and dis?
patch, rebia tuthsimo*
* Srp ?coos, Sfs.
No. 244 King Street,
Have d et. rm in ed, for the next fourteen days
pre viona to importation of Spring Goods, to close
the entire Lines or their large and well selected
Steele twenty-five per cent, below present
io pieces Fine Black Gros Grain SILK-$2, worth
io pieces Fine Black Gros Grain Silk-$1 87,
worth $2 25.
J^T F?ECHGOTT, BENEDICT ? CO.,.
TARTAN SILKS-90 cents, worth SI 25
Japanese Dress-$8 60, worth $12
Balance of Winter Dress Goods at cost.
^T FDBCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
I case of Fine Lustre ALPACA-60 cents, worth
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS at great bargains.
) 4 All-Linen Brown TableDamask-only 60 cents
14 Bieache#Tatie Damask-85 and 96 cents to $1
,00 dozen Linen Doylies-only 76 cents per dozen
2 cases 10 4 sheeting-15 cents
1 case 4S Inch Pillow caMng-22 cents
Towels, Napkins, Crash, Ac at very low figures.
^TFTJBCHGOTT, BENEDICT 4 CO.,
2 cases Scotch Ginghams-14 cents
!00 dozen English Half nose-only 20 cents
100 dozen Ladies' Hose-10, 12X, 15, 20 and 25
^T F?BCHGOTT, BENEDICT k CO.,
AU Colors of TABLETAS-25 and 30 cents
All uoiois or TA RI.ETAN-26 and 30 cents
AU Colors or TARLETAN-26 and 80 cents.
FURCflGOTT, BENEDICT ? CO.,
CLOTHS, CasslmereB and Doeskins
Beavers, Jeans, Farmers' Satinets
Tweeds, all nt greatly reduced prices.
Fl HfllilOTT. BENEDICT & CO.
in imported Fine CORSET for only 76 cents
Jreat sacrifice o? Sashes, Bows, Ribbons, Scarfs,
Ties. Ac, Ac._
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
Onr $16 BL ANKETS reduced to $10
Our $10 Blankets reduced to $7
Onr $7 Blankets reduced to $6
Our $6 Blankets re meed to $3 76.
AT FUECHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
CLOSING OUT SALE OF
3ro3sely's Brussels and Body Brussels CARPETS.
Balance of Ingrain CARPETS, Rugs, Mats, at
1 Full Line of White and Checked MATTING on
FL'?CDGOTT. BENEDICT & CO..
No. 344 King Street.
Bj X? TOBIAS'' SOHS.
DAMAGED CORN AND FLOUR, ON AC?
COUNT of Underwriters and all concerned,
cargo bf Schooner Harriet faker, from Baili*
THIS BAT, the 16th Instant we wm sf IL at ll
o'clock, alongside of vessel on Kerr'B- wharf, l
1900 baga (3 bushels each) Prime Wblce COrtN.
. . - J AMD, ' .
200 barrels FLOUR. '
Imported in aDd damaged on board Schooner
Hamet tater, on her voyage (rom Baltimore to
this port, . and sold on account of Underwriters
and all concert, ed.
Conditions cash. _ . feb!6
Bj LA UREY, ALEXANDER & CO.
MACKEREL, SALMON AND HER?
THIS DAY, the I6tu instant,1 will be sold 1n
iront of our Store, at io o'clock.'
22 ?b!5vNo8'1 and 2 MAOKERFL
38 half bois. Nos. i and 2 Mackerel
9 quarter bbls. No. l Mackerel
84 kltsNrs. 1 and 2 Mackerel
14 kits No. 1 Salmon
6 h bis. No. 1 Her rio ga
13 half bbls. No. 1 Berringa.
Conditions car h. ",_, ^5
Bj HENRY CORIA & CO.
SUGAR CURED HAMS, fcc.
l HIS DAY, at half past 9 o'clec'--, la front of I
oar store, we will st ll ... ? >
... 7 tierces NEW SUGAR CURED HAMS
20CO poaads prime Bacon Shoulders.
By HENRY COBLA &CO, . :..
UNDERWEITERS' S \LE OF SUGAR.
THIS DAY, at naif-past 9 o'cloik, we will
sen in iront of our store, . . , ; .;
6 hhdB New orleans SUGAR, tare 160 ibi each,
imported in and damaged on board sehr.' ,
on ner voyage irsm Attakapas to this port, and
sold for account of underwrite) s and all con- j
By JEFFORDS & CO.
SC. HAMS AND SHOULDERS.
. Will sed, in front of their store, at three
quarters past 9 o'clock,
10 tierces S. O. H i MS
6 h lids Shon de?._febl6
By JOHN 0. MIL VOR & CO.
BBY GOODS. CLOTHING, LADIES?
CLOAKS, Ac-TE IS DAY. ?th Instant.' at
half-past io o'clock; we will sell at oar Store. No.
186 Meeting st., Black Satinets, Fancy oottonades,
Ken tacky Je ns, Bleached and Brown Shirtings,
Denims. Stripes, Tickings, Head and Pocket Hand*
kerchiefs and Sundries, Clothing, Ladles'Black
Cloth Cloaks, Ac
By WM. McKAY.
SPECIAL SALE-DRY GOODS, HO
.SIERY AND NOTIONS.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'cl .ck, at No. 140 Meeting
street, opposite Pavilion liotci, will be sold.- .
A consignment of Seasonable DRY GOODS,
custom-Wade Clothing, straw Goods, Hosiery,
ALSO, ON ACCOUNT OF SHIFTERS :
800 dozen Kason'd superior BLACKING, and
200 dozen Fancy Soap, ebght y damaged.,
B, M. MARSHALL & BRO.
TT7TLL SELL THIS DAY., AT HALF
V V past 10 o'clock, at No. 33 Broad ot ree t,
One Northern HORSE, Boggy and Harness.
fe 16 . . ._'
gtgetion ggUg-~ir?tiirg fljttgg.
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS.
FURNITURE, GRIST . MILL, SHAFT
'.. ...LNILAC .
W1U be sold on FRIDAY, 18th lust., at io o'clock,
on the south side of Queen street, opposite Roper
Hospital. . < iJ:'? ..' . : . ,
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, consisting In part
Carpets, chairs, Bed Boom Sets, Lounges, Crock?
ery and Gla-bware.
A GRIST MILL with shafting, pailles, belts, Ac,
to be propelled by steam. Also, Bins Measures
: Terms Cash.. ? ? feble
* By LOWNDES & GRIM BALL.
?1WQ LOTS ON SOUTH SIDE TRADD|
street, near Connell street, at Auction. '
.Will be sold on TUESDAY,.February 27th,' 1872.
at lt o'clock, at the corner of Broad and East Bay
?treerj, ? ',, :
AB those TWO LOTS OF LAND on the south
Bide of Trad d street, next but one to the corner of |
Cou h eil street, on the west, and on the east by
Loo now or lately belonging to En-uon, south by
Lot now or lately belonging to Burnett, north by
Tradd street, west by Lot now or lately belonging
to Wm. P. Holmes, and measuring ia frontthirty
?fvrn (37l fflPt BIX (nj inetfa-l cao li, nod ono bun
dred and twelve (112) feet In depth, be the same
more or less.
Tirms- One-third cash; balance In one sud two
fear?, to be secured by bond and mortgage, with
mi eres t from day of sale, payable annually. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers and stamps.
febl6-2thinl_; ? -..
By LOWNDES A GRIMilALL.
FINE BUILDING LOT ON THB SOUTH
of Broad sireet, near Lo-'an, at auction.
Will be sold cn TUESDAY, Fibruary 27th, 1872,
U ii o'clock, at the corner of Broad and East
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, on the f oath side of
Broad street, butting and bounding to the east
JU landa now or late of Wm. tcbnierle, to the
?oath on lands now or lata of General John
Schmerle and lands of Geerge Buist, to the west
)n lands now or late < f Miss Seabrook, and to the
north on Broad stieet, containing ou Broad street
orty-four feet two laches, (14 z) oa the back lins 1j
'orty three feet nine inches (48 9) on the east hoe
me hundred and forty feet, and os tho west Un*
me hundred and thlrty-"hl..e feet six inches, j
139 6,) be the same dimensions more or tess. ?
Terms-one-third ca?b; balance in one or two t
rears, secured by bond and mortage, with Inter- <
st from day of sale, payable anuualy. Par- ?
leasers to pay L. A- 0. for pjpers and stamps.
Hy If. M. MARSHALL A. BROTHER.
C\N THURSDAY, 22r INSTANT, AT ll j
/ o'clock, will be sold at the PoBtofflc, Broad j
The HOUSE No. 93 Beauraln street, on south
ilde. next west of Ra tie ige. containing six rooms;
he Lot measures 46 by us feet. Also, a Lot on ?
jynch.stieet, measuring 60 by loo feet. Both j
hese Lou adjoin the city Park, and are choice t
Terms-One-half cash; balance In one year, se- ?
ai ed as usual. Purchaser to pay us for stamps
?nd pap- ra. _febl6-tru>ta8wtn2
By J. FRASER MATHEWES.
rrriLL BE SOLD AT THE CORNER OF
YT Broad street and East Bay, on THURS
)AY, 22d Instant, at ll o'clock..
MEREDITH PLANTATION, ia St. Paul's Parish,
loUeton County, on Tugadoo Creek and Wlltown
toad, one and a half miles from New Road Sta?
te , savaauah and Chariest, n Ral road, and
wenty miles from Charleston, con taming about
20 acres of Cotton, Klee and Provision Laad,
rell Wooded, and a healthy location the entire
Terms-One-third cash; balance in two equal I
nnual Instalments, secured by bond and mort?
age of the property, with interest. Purchaser to
ay me lor papers and stamps. fv.b7-wlth2
By J. FR?SER MATHEWES,
REFEREE'S SALE. -JAMES J. GREGG
and -GASPAR A. OHISuLM, Traste:*, vs.
yiLLIAM GREGG; Jr.
Pursuant to an order of sale In the above stated
ase by the Hon. R. T. Graham, Judge for ibe
irst circu?'. 1 will'offer for sale on THURSDAY,
tu day of February, 1872, at the corner of East
:ay and Br.ad street, in Charleston, at ll o'cl rx
AU that TRACT OP LAND, situate, lying and U.
lg on the coast of South Carolina, and known as
eabrook'a Island; butting and: bounding north
nd northeastqh Bohessett Oieek, lands t f Hot-,
luson and H?ulov?r Cot;; east, sooth and aouth-.
nm by Kiawah Rivet-Atlantic Ocean and North,
?disto River; and west ?ntd.northwest'by lands of
larcellns and Archloald seabrook and Misa Eliza 1
eabrook, set apart to them under the decision In
ae case of M. M. seabrook- vs. Wm: Gregg et al,
leasuring and containing 4219 78100 acres,- more
r less, according to a p at of Hame A Tennent,
urveyors, bearlog date 17th February. 1888, the
ortloa assigned to Marcelina and Archibald Sea- ,
rook and Miss Elizi Seibrook being marked oil,
tiereon by Wm. Hame; Surveyor, on 7th March,
STL . ,, ,
This property affords the advantage of an heal
by residence the entire year, being a sea Island
n the Atlantic Ocean; and abounds with game,
sh and oysters. The Tract ls heavily timbered
rlih live oak, pine and other timber, and ls acces?
ible at all traes by vessels drawing 2? fee: or
rater. A line sea beach, washed by the Atlantic
icean, affords facilities Tor riding, driving, bath
ag, Ac. .
lerms-One-fourth cash; balance on bond, pay?
?le In one, two and three years, with interest at
o ner cent, per annum, payable anona ly, secur
d by a mortgage of me property. PurchaseT to
,ay for papers and^mps. q
febl.7,9,13,15,19.22 Special Referee
CRATES 1 CRATES [ CRATES 1
thereby give notice to all parties In want of
"EQETAKLE ORATES that I am prepared to ger
nemo .t in large quautltles, and a.l would do
reii io c : li a d examine for themselves before
in chasing elsewhere. -
Orders respectfully solicited an 1 promptly filled.
Lumber of all d^cripiiO?B and Plastering Laths
onstantly ou hand. _
JOHN O MALLONEE,
Office and Yard, Uorlbeck's Wharf,
East sid-. Washington street,
rebi Near Northeastern Railroad.
Br W. Y. LEITCH A B, S. BRUJ?S,
WH IL DEN & OOTc;:. .ti^a
Under an order in thia case mide by ich'Bdo.
George S. Bryan, Judge of the UUtnotiJwirtbf
the United Sutes for the District of South?aro
llna, 1 wm offer for sale, at tue POS tom ce, in this
cltv, THIS DAV, 'he' 16th of February, .at>ll
O'ClOCtC A. IL, ".ff.* t c . <v-zX -
AU those HETE? DTS OF LAND, situate Tin
Ward 8, iron tin g on . piece of Land twenty" ?Mt
wide, sxtendlng frOm Sp log street on thenorth
to Bee street on the south, set apart a? a private
way for said Lota, Tn ese Lots measure each
forty feet in front on said privare way, and voue
hundred and fifteen feet nine inches In depth,
more or less. On three or the Lots are One-Story
Wooden Houses. ; w;..* ... !?.. .'.'< tc mtv
Condi tions-iOne-thlrd cash; balan?a in one aM
two year?, secured by< bond ana-mortgage of ithe
property, with Interest from"! thedateof itriiaale.
Purchasers to pay Auctioneers- for-napers aAd
stamps. U. L? BORCKMYRBv^.
" :An?tWae?irt.'I:;.',' %??%??
1?i A. FORD VS. WM. H. w"ALKEB AND
1 ? H.: P. WALK KB, su: .-?Hi?A
By virtue of a dr cr es made, in this casa -hy
Judge Grasam.on the 15th ,day o fr January, I will
proceed to sell at Public Auctloo at th? aid Post
ofllce. In the City of Charleston, T?IS DAT,
the i6tb 0TF?raMr.rat.liWll4>e**i;; fi$tft A.
The fellowing REAL ESTATE: ftrci anO'
The Estate - or. w. H.. : WalkiHV consisting
Of all that LOT OF LAND ii Blt otto Ofli itto
west side of church street, . with j ti?, iao?on
Press BuUdlngs and Machinery rtteKOO. ?SMO>
Ing and containing.tn front on Church a treal jone
hundred and one (iou feet, and in depth ruMtaf. . ?
from east-to west two handred and-forty-4?cj3AH
feet; ha the said dimensions a little more or leitt? -
butting and bounding to the north on Landa of
samnei cmitshanks and James L. Peligro for?
merly; to the south on Land now tr formerly of
Eliza Baer; to the east on Choren stree., and to
tue-west.onLands now or .formerly or-Nathan A. ?
Cohen and the South Carolina Society. .t-McwI
' ?ii the Estate 'bfrfy. H.'f^s5iw?:nini^
LOT OF LANDj?Bh...the.jBnlldlngs, Improvs
menta, Machinery,. and anything else, there*
on, measuring and containing In front on Church
street twenty-five (15) feet, on the back line
twenty-five (26) feet, and In depth from east to
west one hundred and forty-four fl?) feet, bethe
said-dlaienalouf more, or Jess. ^ WW ifWgf*
lng part and p?r?el with tne Lot first described as
ontfLocupon which the cotton Press' known*?
Walker's Presa, with all the .BaUdut*
provementa, has been erected; bounding no?hm
Lands of-?-; south oh Lot herein finirowerlD
ed; easton Church street, and. west on Ianda o?
Te rms of sale-Cash,. $3600; balanc? in ''?ree
equal annual Instalments, secured by bond of the
purchaser, bearing Interest from day or sato, pay?
able ?eml annually, with a mortgage or the prem?
ises seid, the halldlBgs- and Improvement* to be
Insured and -the> policy assigned* PorcUser to
.?.V Bj J. DE Al TON FORD,
ENSLOW & CO. VS. HAGERMAN AND
hy virtue or a decretal order of Judge Graham,
made in this oase the 29th day of December, 18TU
I will expose for sale at Publie Auction at the
Old Posiomce, east end of Broad street, on
THIS -DAT. ina 16th Of February, 1672, at ll.
o'clock, -, ._
The rollo wing pieces of REAL ESTATE:
1. AU that LOT OF LAND with the two story
Wooden Dwell mg and ont buildings thereon, aa
the south side of Shepherd street, west ol Meek?
ing street, measuring lu front-on shepherd street
forty-eight (48) feet, on the back une forty-nln?
(49) feet six (fl) Inches, on the west Une one hun*,
dred and forty-three (148) feet eleven (ll) inches,
and on the east line one hundred and forty-four
(144) feet, oe the said dimensions more, or less;
bounding north on Shephard street, south on- '
Lands of the South Carolina Railroad, east eui
Lands or H. Dr ey er, and west on Lands of H.
2. All that LOT OF LAND, adjoining the above,
with the two story Brick Residence thereon,
measuring on the north and souch Unes thirty-one
(31) feet, on the east forty-four (44) feet and seven
(T) inches, on the west forty-three (43) feet and (fi)
inches; bounded north by Shepherd street, loath
and east byLands of H. Hagerman, and on the
west bj Hager m an's Court.
. 3. Ali that LOT OF LAND Immediately south of
and adjoining next above, with two story Brick
Dwelling theieon, measuring on north and south :
lines thirty-one (81) feet on the east line thirty
three (83] feet and two (2) inches, and OD the west
line thirty -three (83) reet; bousded on the north,
soul h and east by Lands ?of-H. Hagerman, and on
the weat by Hagerman's Court.
..-* J .!* ' 7 At?.
4. All that LOT OF LAND, with the two ator.f
Brick C celling thereon, immediately south ano.
adjoining next above, with two story Brick
Dwelling thereon, measuring on north an t south .
linesHhfrty-one (81) reet, on the east "thirty-two
(aajifeet's?ven (7) inches, and on the. west thirty
three (33) feet and one (1) Inch^boonded north,
south und east by Lands of H. Hagermaa, west
by Hagerman's court. -
6. A1Z that LOT OP LAND adjoining next above,
with two story Brick Dwelling thereon, measur?
ing oa north line thirty-one (31) feet, on south
line thirty nine (39j feet lour (4) inches, on the
sast line thirty-three (33) reet the (5) Inerte!, arid
anthe west noe thirty-three (33) feet "seven m
Inches. Bounded north and east by landa of H.r
UHserman, tonth by land* of South Carolina.
Railroad Company, and west by Hagerman's
:onrt. . ,,
..... . ALSO,
6. That LOT OF LAM), with the baildlngsthere
rm. situate, lying and belog on the. east aide-Of >
King street, opposite Cannon stree', No. 662,
measuring 70 feet by 200 feet in' -depth, more or.
.ess.. Bounding north on lands, ol George S.,";
Hacker, south cn lands of Henry Hastedt, east on
south Carolina Railroad, andWestonKlBgsBra(k$~
7.. AU those LOTSr PIEOES AND PARCELS OF
LAND situate ' On the east side. or. King street, -
mown in a plan of the Lands of George S. Hacken
ind Biker, made by Payne, Surveyor, May, 1865,
>y Nos. 7,8,9,10, ll, 13, the said Lots adjacent tp
?Ch,'other, and measuring In trent on'KUM.
itreet eu feet, oa back line nay-four .(64) feet six ,
0) inches, more or less. In depth, on north line
>oe hundred and .thirty-two (L3i) fret, and la
lepth oil south Unc?as feet, moro or less, bound-,
ng together west on King street, east on Lot Nov
I, north on Biker's lane, and South on Lot or J.
J Garey. .-r,.-, ^
Termii-One-third ?ash; ba1 an ce In one and two
nga on the several premises to beTnsnred; aba?
?e policies assigned. Parchase? to pay for
ita mps and papers, and the taXf s for the year
.872. M- F. O'CONNOR.. "..
fews Referee and Receiver. ..
?rjirts avib jfaroisrjittfl ?oo??0.
Made to order of Best Materiel?, and
. fit?.'1 -'i /.?irVj...
WARRANTED TO FIT.
Sent by Express, 0.0. D. to any part of th?
ountry. Directions for measurement sent on
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Apposite the Market.
LIVE AND LEARN, DIE AND
THE SOUTHERN DTE HOUSE,
No. 369 KIKO STREBT,
Dyes and Cleans by means of steam. Gentil
nea's Ladies sad Children's Clothes. Fine Laces
.nd Lace Curtains cleaned and done up with the
loft or Manufacturers' Finish; Lace and Crape
ibawlB and Kid Gloves Cleaned and Dyed.
aw Goods received and returned by Express.
jun22-lyr L BILLER, Proprietor.