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tar ur. WILLUM E. SIMMONS, Jr., and Ur.
H. H. PORTER, are the travelling agenta for
THI NEWS, the (omer for lower and the lat?
ter for upper 6 outs. Carolina.
Meetings rbi? Day.
Chamber of Commerce, at 2 P. M.
Carolina Bide Club, at half-past 7 P. M.
Union Chapter, at 7 P. M.
Board of Trade, at 7 P. M.
Journeymen Mechanics' Union, at half-past
Washington Blflle Club, at half-past 7 P. M.
Auction Salea Tbl* Day.
Leitch. ? Bruns will sell at 7 o'clock P. M.
at the store No. 267 King street, Jewelry, silver!
ware, 4c. gH ... rs Sk .p
H. H. DeLeon will sell al ll o'clock, at the
corner East Bay and Broad street, real estate.
Lowndes ? Grimball will sell at ll o'clock,
at the Postofflce, real estate.
Henry Cobla Av Co. will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, at their store, barns and shoulders.
Lauroy, Alexander ? Co. will sell at 10
o'clock, at their store, stripe, mackerel, ap.
Steffens, Werner A Ducker will sell at 9
o'clock, at their stores, butter, pork ic.
William McKay will sell at ll o'clock, at No,
45 Wentworth street, furniture, watches, Ac.
Macqueen & Blecke will sell at half-past 9
o'cMck, at their store, hams, shoulders, ?c.
% ?'? * ? ? I a?;-f-T?
Society will give an entertainment this eve?
ning, at their hall, commencing at eight
Tra CHERAW LYCEUM.-We beg to acknowl?
edge the receipt of an invitation to attend the
anniversary celebration of the Cheraw Lyce?
um on Thursday, thc 22d instant.
THE HAPPY LAND.-Sheriff E. W. M. Mackey,
Coroner W, N. Taft, Congressman B. C.
DeLarge, and the rest of the delegates elected
by the late Radical Convention at tbe Military
Hall, left the city on Sunday for Columbia to
attend the State Convention, which there
.'CLOTHES STEALING.-Martha Ann McNeil), a
young colored cirl, was brought before tbe
Mayor yesterday morning, charged with steal?
ing a lot of clot hi ,;g from the house of her
employer, in Market street. After a short
hearing, the case was referred to a trial Justice
AFTER THE SWEET THINGS.-Toby Brown, a
colored youth better known to the detectives
than'to fame, was caught yesterday afternoon
appropriating some Jars o? preserves and Jel?
lies tro m the store of Mr. Ostendorff, No. 176
East Bay. The sweetmeats were returned,
and Toby took up his old room at the Detective
office to await an interview with a trial Justice.
WHERE TS Ha?-The New York Tribune of
Frld*y says: "It is rumored that James H.
Ingersoll (of Tammany Bing lame) is at pre?
sent living in Charleston, under the name of
James Harvey. The rumor is apparently
founded on tbe alleged fact, that 'James Har?
vey' ls Ingersoll's Christian name, and that he
is interested in a Arm doing business in
EASILY KNOWN.-The city carts,- while at
work Upon the streets, are' ornamented with
two wooden toombstone-like arrangements,
one stack on each side, and bearing the num?
ber by which the cart is known. These fune?
ral appendages refer neither to the hearse
like motion of the team* nor its grave duties,
bat are placed there to enable every one to
see which sad whose carts are employed by
oar city fathers.
THB VALUE OF ADVERTISING.-A firm In this
City recently received two orders from different
parts of the ^untry, on each of which was
pinned their advertisement cut out of THE
CHARLESTON NEWS. The two orders more
than paid for a whole year's advertising. No
one who aaa good things to sell at reasonable
prices wuifever'.regret the money spent in ad?
vertising In THE CHARLESTON NEWS, and
other first-class advertising mediums.
THE LICENSE AND STAMP BILLS.-A special
meeting of the Chamber of Commerce will be
held at two o'clock." to-day, to take in to con?
sideration the proposed license and stamp
bill?? now before the committee of ways and
means of the State House ot Representatives
As th ase measures will seriously affect Charles?
ton,., and most-bave a prejudicial influence
apon trade and commerce, it is boped that the
meeting to-day will be large and influential.
The Board of Trade bolds a special meeting
at seven o'clock to-night to consider the same
COMMITTED.-Edwd. Harleston was brought
before Trial Justice Magrath yesterday,
.barged with' burglary and larceny upon the
premises of a gentleman residing in the lower
part of Meeting street. After a bearing the
prisoner was committed for further examina?
Martha Ann McMiil was examined before
the same Justice, on the charge of house?
breaking and larceny, and was committed for
trial before the Court of Gen eral Sessions. -
CLUBS AND STARS.-Edward Robinson, ar?
rested on suspicion #f having stolen a lot
cf poultry from a lot, on Meeting street, was
turned over to a trial Justice for prosecution.
Albert Harrison, arrested for participating
in the robbery of Mr. Buch hei t'a store, at tie
corner of Line and Meeting streets, was ?
treated in a like manner.
An Inebriate, who tried to turn the corner
o? Church and Chalmers street, fell down and
was taken to tho Guardhouse by Clubsand
Stars. He was fined two dollars for his fun,
and paid up without grumbling.
A GREAT PUBLIC CONVENIENCE ls the well
organized railroad and. steamboat ticket
agency, conducted by Mr. A. Butterfield, at the
Charleston Hotel. A branch office has just
been started at the Mills, House, and at both '
hotels, tickets-way or through-can be pur?
chased for the same price as that charged at
the railroad offices. Ia addition to all the
tickets usually la demand, the agent now sells
through tickets to Havana, via Cedar Keys,
Fernandina, Florida, &c. Mr. Butterfield Is
also sole agent for the "Guide to Florida," a
small hand-book full of interesting informa?
tion, and invaluable to the tourist or Imml- j
THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS was opened
yesterday morning by Judge Graham. Only
eight of the jurors out of the whole panel were
present, and the court ordered twenty-eight
extra jurors to be summoned for Thursday
morning, at ten o'clock. The first calendar
comprising the issues of fact to be determin?
ed by a jury were then called, and the cases
fixed for trial. The court then adjourned un?
til Thursday morning to allow the dockets to
be printed and the business prepared. A
large number of the gentlemen o? the bar
were present, and the business of the day was
disposed of with precision and rapidity. Un?
til Thursday the judge will hear motions and
grant orders on the other side of the court.
ACADEMY OE MUSIC.
Janauschck ss Marie Stuart.
Janauichek's first appearance ia this city
was greeted last evening by-such an audience
as Charleston never accords . save to those
whom she delights to honor. In twenty
minutes after the doors were open only stand?
ing room could be procured at the box office,
and the rows of extra chairs which filled the
middle and side aleles were all occupied by
ladies who had been unable to obtain reserved
seats. And certainly the performance was
worthy of the house. We will not enter here
Into the question as to whether Schiller's
famous play adequately represents one of the j
most tragical episodes of all human history.
The Marie Stuart of aclual fact may have
been-lt is part of the merciless irony of his?
tory that she should be-very different from j
the -hapless heroine of sentiment and ro- j
"That gracions race.
Matchless alike In beauty as la misery.
But there can be but one opinion as .to what
rank the Marie Stuart who, last evening, suf?
fered and struggled and endured and over?
came before us, holds in that ideal realm o?
artistic truth In which alone Genius can freely
live, and move and have its being. If the
Queen o? Scots was all that Schiller dreamed
her to be, then IB she nobly, even grandly in-1
terpreted by Janauechek. From first to last |
the character grows, expands, develops, and
culminates before us, until the whole pitiful j
drama bas unfolded itself In all Its. ghastly de?
tails. If, in the process of this development,
there ls Some lack of delicacy and finesse
If outlines are hardly drawn with sufficient J
sharpness, If something of tbe minute subtlety
of the poet's conception ls loet in the transla?
tion of thought into action-this ls but to say
that strength and passion have overshadowed
their paler rivals, and that the artist has
been so carried away by the force of j
her own conception as to bave .forgotten
that colder discrimination which . it Is so
much easier for criticism to Insist upon
than for art to supply. This fault, however,
which was perceptible on several occasions In
the first act. yielded in the fifth to the exquisite
pathos of the parting scenes, and rarely have j
the hidden springs of emotion been touched
by a truer- band than here controlled them. It
is, nevertheless, in broad and vigorous sketch?
ing, in warm and vivid coloring that Janau?
sch ek's truest strength resides, and the third
act, containing the famous-however minis?
terio-Interview of the Queens, witnessed her
greatest triumph. The curtain fell among
prolonged applause, and the management un?
wisely Indulged the delighted audience by
raising lt upon a tableau which displayed In
smiling amity the royal rivals.whose bitter
rage and jealousy had excited that applause.
Perhaps, however, ibis mistake may be for- j
given to the enthusiasm of the moment.
The support was throughout of remarkable
excellence. Mr. Weaver, Mr. Levick and Miss
Placide affording admirable representations
of their respective roles.
To-night Deborah Is to be played, and as
all who stood last night will, doubtless, prefer
to sit this evening, we would advise an early
visit to the already nearly filled box sheet
ACCIDENT OS'KINO STREET.
A Grocer's Horse oa the Rampage
Every tiling Siuaihed-The Flying
Fashion-Clearing the Sidewalks.
Between twelve and one o'clock yesterday I
afternoon aa accident took place In KiDg |
street which came near killing or wounding a i
L -ge number of persons. Mr. G. L. Osten-1
dorff, a grocer in King street, two doors above
George, had sent his wagon up town in charge
of his porter, a colored man camed George, to
deliver certain goods. Drawing the wagon
was a spirited bay hone, but lately bought,
which George suspected o? ugly trlckB and
watched closely. At Calhoun street he at?
tempted to turn the corner when the horse
became refractory and showed symptoms of
kicking, which sent the cautious George
sliding safely to the ground through the back 1
of the wagon. Freed from all restraint, tbe
animal now started back down King street at
a sharp trot. The futile attempts to stop bim
quickened hisjpace, and increased lt to a fast
I gallop as he passed Beaufaln, and to a wild
run by the time he reached Market. A few
paces beyond this, the heavy wagon struck
the buggy of Dr. Wm. Huger, ia front of I
Dr. Alfred Raoul's store, and. smashed [
the two outer wheels. The servant, however,
managed lo restrain bis horse, and thus pre- ?
vented another runaway. The grocer'^ horse,
now thoroughly frightened, dashed on, and at I
the corner ot Princess street came full against
the d apper team o? the Wheeler ? Wilson J
Sewing Machine Company. An ominous
crash ensued, and the next moment
the Wheeler & Wilson vehicle waa knocked,
into a cocked bat, the horse was lying upside
down in the street, and the heavy grocer's
wagon flew on"at a tangent against a stone
post on the opposite side. This obstacle
smashed the wagon and stopped the horse?
with a Jerk. The street was now alive with
excited people, and numbers rushed forward
to secure the horse. .. The latter, however,
following Mrs. Chick's' advice, made "a des
perace effort," and rushed off with the shafts
and two fore wheels of the vehicle. Avoiding
his pursuers, he took obliquely to the right
of the street, and tore , down a heavy timber
awning in iront of Mr. Hoffman's store. Tbe
timbers were hurled out in the street,
and the runaway now crossed over
Mrrket street and left the wheels and
singletree, which dangled at bis heels,
against the post In front of Eckel's apothecary
store. The shouts of the crowd, the rushing
to the street doors, and the attempts to stop |
him goaded the animal to desperation, and
making for a wagon in front of Mr. C. D.
Ahren's store the annihilation of both seemed
Imminent. He swerved to the left, however,
and to the dismay of all pedestrians and prom?
enaders took to the sidewalk. It was just in
the mo9t fashionable part of King street The
sidewalks were crowded with shoppers, and
the manner In which they disappeared was
miraculous. The yelling on every side herald?
ed the approach o? the horse as well as bis
clanging tread upon the smooth stones, and
?Ike the host summoned Into existence by
the call of Rhoderick Dhu, bonnet and
plaid and plume sunk out of sight
behind stones, in doorways, and Into
convenient stores. The horse swept on
op the sidewalk, and kept it from Beaufaln
qp to Calhoun street. He was allowed the j
inside with remarkable alacrity, and not a
child even was burt. At Calhoun he took (he
middle of the street and was secured some
George was last seen wandering in blank
amazement up Klag street, and inquiring
alter his horse.
FIRE IN GOOSE CREEK.-Oa the night of the
14th Instant, the dwelling house, kitchen and
storehouse of Mrs. Shier, at Ten-mile Hill, on
the State road, were burned to the ground.
Mrs. Shier, her daughter and a young lad were
In the house at the time, but the course of Ib^ \
flames was so rapid that the occupams could
save nothing but the bedding on wl'.^oh they
were sleeping an 1 a fow articles of c othlng
How the fire originated ls not known.
CHANGING COLOR.-The Citadel looks air the
better Xor a new coat of light yellow lime-wash, |
which lt Is now receiving. The front has been
finished already, and lt ls hoped the operation.
will not be BHBpended until the whole outside
has been refreshed. 1 g v-. ? 1
RAILROAD ACCIDENT.-On Sunday night the
engine attached to the passenger train on the
Savannah and Charleston Railroad, which left
this city In the afternoon, tell through the
trestle work over the Savannah River, wi th
outlnjurlng any one. By the careful foresight
of Conductor Slawaon, who was in charge and
teared the effects of the freshet, the eng ne j
had been uncoupled irom the train and sent
ahead to feel the way, and a terrible calamity
was thus avoided. The train was left on the
land, on this side of the swamp, and the en?
gine had got about half way over the
trestle, when one of the timbers gave
way, and lt was precipitated into the
river. The engineer and fireman were un?
hurt by the fall, and were picked up in the
river a quarter of a mile below. The cause of j
the accident ls believed to have, been the
washing away or weakening of several of the
piers. Dispatches were sent as soon as possU
ble from the nearest post to Savannah and
this city for aid. A train left here yesterday
with boats to ferry across the passengers and
freight, and a steamboat bas been telegraphed
for from Savannahs The river Ie very high,
and running at a fearful'rate.
Hotel Arrivals - February IQ.
E. fi. Oasgren, Marion; A. J. Fryer, G. H.
Myers, Wm. M. McNeill, Forestville, S. C.; U.
A. Weaver, Mrs. U. A. Weaver, Miss A. Weav?
er, Master Harry Weaver, Milnes Lovick, Mrs.
Lovick, Gustave Lovick, ja. A. Rendle, C.
HUlyard, Janauschek Troupe; W. H. Davis
and family, Boston; William Bchwipler, New j
A. H. Okie and wife, Providence; George A.
Err-toan, New York; W. B. Furman, Pennsyl?
vania; J. M. Doggett and wife, Chicago; J. F.
Martlnand, Brooklyn; Wm. McRae, Georgia;
S. Haas, North Carolina; F. J. Durden, Geor?
gia; J. C. Howland and lady, New York; B. D.
Townsend, Miss C. B. Townsend, Society Hill;
C. P. Townsend, Bennettavllle; J. P. McNa?
mara, Orangeburg; J. G. Steadman, Aiken;
E. B. Fellowes, Jas. Appleby, New York; J. A.
Wm. C. Haven, Wm. Dickerson, Madame
Janauschek and two maids, F. J. PUlot, New
BUS1NBSB KO TI OBS.
FARNHAM'S TOOTH LOZENGES were exhibited
at the American Institute Fair, 1871. The fol?
lowing Is the report of the judges:
"NEW YORK, December 6, 1871.
"To the Board of Managers ol the American
Institute Industrial Exhibition:
"GENTLEMEN-Af ter a full and impartial ex?
amination ot the article above described, the
undersigned judges make report that the
tooth lozenges are a very pleasant, convenient
and effective dentrlflce, composed of sub?
stances which are perfectly harmless. C. F.
Chandler, T. Eggleston, Jr., Judges, Profess?
ors of Chemistry, Columbia College, New York
City." ' "'_ . feb20
SALE OF WATCHES, JEWELRY, DIAMONDS,
Ac, BT ORDER OF THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THB
ESTATE OF JAMES E. SPEAR.-This sale, this
evening at seven o'clock, by Messrs. W. Y.
Leitch A B. S. Bruns, ls worthy of the atten?
tion of our citizens. The goods are all of
first clasp, and as the sale ls without reserve
our readers will have a chance o? supplying
themselves with articles of first class at prices
below market rates. The Bale will be con?
tinued until the entire stock Is sold out.
SORE THROAT, COUGH, COLD, and similar
troubles, If Buffered to progress, result in I
serious pulmonary affections, oftentimes in?
curable. "Brown's Bronchial Trochee" reach
directly the seat of the disease, and give al?
most Instant relief. feb20-tuths3
NOTICE.-OYSTERS ! OYSTERS !-Oysters by
the quart, gallon or barrel-"Cedar Keys,*'
"Mill Pond" and "Bull's Bay." For sale by
Terry A Nolen, No. 9 Market street.
A FULL line of Ladies' White Rid Gloves, all
numbers, for $1. A full line of Gent's Gloves
up to No. 9. FUBOHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co., NO.
244 King slreeL _ ?eb5
CROQUET] CROQUET 1-The cheapest In the
city. Price $4. HASEL STREET BAZAAB,
FARNHAM'S FBENCH TOOTH LOZENGES, a
novel and pleasant dentrlflce-the fl neat in
the world for cleaning, beautifying and pre?
serving the teeth; endorsed by eminent den?
tists. Sold wholesale by Dowle, Moise A
Davis. Retail by Dr. H. Baer, No. 131 Meeting
street; A. W. Eckel A Co., No. 215 King
street ; Chas. F. Panknln, No. 123 Meeting '
street; G. W. Almar, corner King and Van
derborst streets; G. J. Luhn, corner King and
John streets. feb20
AT FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT Co., 10 pieces
Black Gros Grain fine Silk, only ?2; worth
$2 50. Ten pieces Black Gros Grain fine Silk
(24 Inches) only tl 87. feb5
PICTURE FRAMES-Oval and Square; all
sizes. Cheap ! Cheap I HASEL ST. BAZAAR.
febl3-lu _ _
AT FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co., 6 Inch all
colors Bolled Silk Ribbon $1; worth $1 50.
NoTiof TO TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views of
Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
street Bazaar. dec29
CHEILLEY'S PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair
warranted. These Gloves will be taken back
even alter wear, for any Imperfections, such as
tearing or ripping.
Parla, 20 Rue de la Paix.
rjpprt-,,, London, 53 Begent Btreet.
DEPOTS New York, 929 Broadway.
Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co., sole Agents
for Charleston. nov3-?moB
Cigars, f?obatto, Stt.
PROPRIETORS OF THE J
SAVANA CIGAR FACTORY,
Having purchased the above named establish?
ment, and having all the facilities necessary, we
are prepared to rurnlsh the pntillc m general
with nrnt-class HAVANA CIiiAKS, manu, act urcd
from line Vnelta Atujo Tobacco.
We ?ill hu ve a lull stock constantly on hand.
Orders for special Brauds flited at shortest no?
tice. MAN TO UK & CO.,
Nos. Ul and US East Bay,
Charleston, s. C.
9* ?fag disposed to Measrs. MANtOtf H & CO. my
r.^ht and title In the ciiarlesi<>n Krauch 01 the
Havana Cigar Factory. LA VALENTINA, in retlr
lug from the anuvu nam d tiu>lue B I return my
ihinlcs io my friends aud ih-pun Icm general
for meir kind p.itrubage, ai>d solicit a contin?
uance ot the same for my Bucce?Bors
M. J. QUINTERO.
Charleston, s. C., Feb. 12, 1872. febu-tuthsim
Swirls ono /n'rnisrjing ?oo?rs.
TBE LITEST NOVELTY.
Hade to order of Best Mat?riels, and
WABBANTED TO 3FMT.
Sent ny Express, 0.0. D. to any part of the
country. Directions for measurement sent on
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Opposite the Mairklet.
S3rp ?cob?, 4*1.
No. Q?4 King Street,
Are Offering the GREATEST BARGAINS OF THE
SEASON FOB THIS WEEK. Samples given and
no trouble to show gooda.
rOECHGOTT, BENEDICTA GO.,
io pieces Fine Black Gros Grain SILK-$2, worth
io plews Fine Black Gros Grain Silk-$l 87,
. worth $2 25._
A T F?BCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
TARTAN SILKS-oo cents, worth $1 211
Japanese Dress-$8 60, worth $12
Balance of Winter Dress Goods at cost.
T F?BCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
l cass of Fine Lustre ALPACA-co cents, worth
^T F?BCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS at great bargains.
8 4 All-Linen Brown TableDamask-only 60 cents
8 4 Bleached Table Damask-86 and 96 cents to $1
loo dozen Linen Doylies-only 76 cents pur dosen
2 oases 10-4 sheeting-46 oents
1 case 46 Inch Pillow-casing-22 cents
Towels, Napkins, Crash, Ac, at very low ligares.
^TF?BCHGOTT, BENEDICT ACO.,
2 cases Scotch Ginghams-14 cents
200 dozen English Half Hose-only 20 oents
loo dozen Ladies' Hose-io, 12X, 16, 20 and 26
F?BCHGOTT, BENEDICTA CO.,
All Colors or TARLETAN-26 and 30 cents
All Colors uf TA Rh ETAN-26 and 80 cents
AU Colors of TARLETAN-25and 30 cents.
^T F?BCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
CLOTHS, Oassimeres and Doeskins
Beavers, Jeans, Farmern'Satinets
Tweeds, all at greatly reduced prices._
^TF?BCHGOTT, .BENEDICT A CO.
AU imported Fine CORSET for only 76 cents
Great sacrifice of ?ashes, Bows, Ribbons, Scarfs,
Ties. Ac, Ac. ._
^TF?BCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
Our Si5 BLANKETS reduced to $10
Onr $10 Blankets redo ced to $7
Our $7 Blankets reduced to $6
Our $5 Blankets reduced to $3 76._
^T F?BCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
CLOSING OUT SALE OF
0ro3sely's Brussels and Body Brussels CARPETS.
Balance cf Ingrain CARPETS, Rngs, Mats, at
A Full Lice of White and Checked MATTING on
49" barn pies given.
Having an experienced resident buyer tn the
City or New York, who fully understands the de?
mands of this market and who ls always hunting
up bargains, and buys of the very nrst houses
only, we eau, nuder such facilities, well compete
with any house North or iou th, and most respect
fully Invite those In need of Goods co. arl ve ns a
call and examina our Stock and our prices, QUAB
ANTEKIKG 8ATI.-FACTION AND WARRANTING gOOdS
to be as r-presented.
Orders from the country will receive our best
attention. Merchants, Milliners, Tailors, and all
others will do well by giving us a call before pur?
chasing elsewhere. Respectfully,
FORCHGOTT, BENEDICT k CO.,
No. 214 King street, No. 244 King street,
Charleston, S. 0. Charleston, S. O.
No. 437 King stree:, No. 437 Kins; street,
Charleston, S. C. Charleston, M. C.
No. 4 Bay street, No. 4 Bay street,
Jacksonville, Fla Jacksonville, Fla.
No. 22 White street. No. 22 White street.
New York. New York.
COOKING ASD HEATING STOVES
WILLIAM SHEPHERD & CO.,
NO. 24 HAYNE STREET,
No. 36 PIN0KNBY STREET.
QHABLESTON WHOLESALE AND RE?
TAIL MANUFACTURING CIGAR AND TOBACCO
s'o. 810 KINO STREBT, THBBK DOOKS SOUTH or
MEERSCHAUM PIP?? a Specialty, therefore
mansell at prices, c0 surprise yon. Suitable for
An extensive and complete assortment of all
articles in his line of business ls kept constantly
sn lund, giving a facility of niling, without de?
lay, all orders extended to him, accompanied
with cash, or drait on responsible houses in the
city. Purchasers are requested to examine his
perfect Stock berore trailing elsewhere.
Proprietor of Emperor William Cigar Store,
jnjnj^-uTj~LjT_ru-LrLru-i_ri -wuinnj-rrr n-i_n.ru-i_ni~ii~i~------~ * ~ " -j*
Hy dr o-Carbonated Sounding
Ttl ese PI ANO?, with this new Patent, are pro.
nonncedby the lea ling Professors In this city to
be the very beat Planos now made lb either
Hemisphere. A new Bnpply Jus: tr ceived by"last
Btenmer. Thc pnbllc are respectfully Invited to
call and examine these beautiful instruments.
" " " CHAS. L. ?JCCLKN A HAN,
feb20 tnthsa_ No. 191 King street.
It-rodrr), Qilucrroarc, &z.
1 STOCK OP ' .
TABLE GUT LE KY,
French and American dooks,
IS TO BB FOUND AT
No. 307 KING STREET^
Prags ano Jfliouittes.
* GUYOT'S TAR *
CONCENTRATED PBOOF IIQUIUB
ll' Guyot has succeeded in depriving tar
of its insupportable sourness and bitterness,
and in rendering it very soluble. Profiting
by this happy discovery, he prepares a con?
centrated liqueur of tar, which in a small
volume contains a large proportion of the
Guyot ? tar possesses all the advantages of
ordinary tar-water without any of its draw?
backs A glass of excellent tar-water without
any disagreeable taste may be instantaneously
obtained by pouring a teaspoonful into a
glass of water.
Any one can thus prepare his glass of tar
wale* at the moment he requires it, thus
economizing time, facilitating carriage and
obviating the disagreeable, necessity ol hand?
Gnjot'? lar replaces advantageously se?
veral more or less inactive ptisans in the
treatment of colds, bronchitis, coughs, and
Gnyot'a tar is employed with the greatest
success in the following diseases :
AS A DRAUGHT. - A teasponfal in a glass
of water, or two tablespoonfuls in a bottle.
CATARRH OF THE BLADDER
IRRITATION OF THE CHEST
DISEASES OF THE THROAT
AS A LOTION. - Pure or diluted with a
AFFECTIONS OF THE SKIN
DISEASES OF THE SCALP
Gayot'a tar has been tried with the
greatest success in the principal hospitals of
France, Belgium, and Spain. Experience has
proved it to be the most hygienie drink in
time of epidemics. %
Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
Depot iaPirii.L. FRERE, 19, rat Jitob.
Agents in Charleston, DOWiE, MOISE A
%^DAYIS, Wholesale Druggists.
EOS AD ALIS is the best Blood
HOSADALIS, a sure cure for
SO SAD ALIS, endorsed by
ROS AD ALIS, a potent remedy
aOSADALIS, a Remedy tried
30 S AD ALIS, the best Altera?
30SADALIS endorsed by the
lr. K. WILSON CARR, or Baltimore,
ir. T. 0. PUGH, of Baltimore,
jr. THUS. J. BOYKIN, or Baltimore.
it. A. DURGAN. of Tarboro', N. 0.
ir. J. 8. SPARKS, of NicholasvUe, Ky.
ir. A. F. WHEELER, of Lima, Ohio,
lr. W. HOLLOWAY, of Philadelphia
Jr. J. L. McUARTHA, of South carolina,
and man? otners. See ROSADALIS ALMANAC
nd ors ed by Rev. DARKEY BALL, now or Mary
and Conference, formerly Chaplain in the Ooo
ad?rate Army of Northern Virginia.
i Alterative, Tonic and Diuretic, and acts ai
ne and the same time upon the BLOOD, LIVER,
LIDNEYS and all the SECRETORY ORGANS, ex
elllng all impure matter and building np tot
vstem to a healthy, vigorous condition
IS SOLD i BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, ) Wholesale
GOODRICH, WI NEMAN A CO., J Agents In
Dr. H. BAER. I Charleston'
TOTICE OF EEMOVAL.
?EWING MACHINE COMPANY
WILL REMOVE TO
No. 186 KING STREET,
(Forest House Block,) opposite D. H. Silcox's
nrniture Warerooms, on or about 26th February,
JIHE UNEQUALLED MACHINE.
The HOME SHUTTLE uses the Straight Needle,
lakes the lock stitch, (alike on both sides,) has
?if-adlosting tension, and ls th* only nrat-ciass
>w price sewing M ichine in the market adapted
jr every variety of ??ewing from muslins to
eaviest cloths. Price $25 and $37.
Agents wa ted. Send Btamp for circular and
ample of Sewing. T. L. BIsSELL,
janil-nnwemo Charleston, S. 0,
WILL BE SOLD ON THURSDAY, 22D
instant, at the Poe to ffloe, Broad street, at
u o'clock,- '' ' " ? ?! " ; .
- That LOT OP LAND with New Dwelling, con?
taining 3 rooms and Kit hen, tn Rose lane, second
door sooth-of Bogard street, m eas arm g io feet
iront Ky 42 feet deep, more or less.
TWO LOTS, Nos M and 101, on the west side ot
King street, between Broad and Queen** streets,
measuring each 20 by 160 feet. '?'?>' -
TermBcash. '. . ? ' feb20
By J. FRASER MATHE WES.
WILL .JJE SOLD ON THURSDAY, 22D
instant, a. iha Postofflce, Broad street, at
ll o'clock, . . '
That Lot with the Two-Story WOODEN DWEL?
LING, No. 9 Barns, lane, measuring twenty feet
front by eighty -seven feet deep, more or less.
'.' erras-one hair cash; balance In 12 months,
secured by bond of the purchaser and mortgage
or j he premises. Property to be Insured and
policy assigned._. reb20
Bj W. Y. LEITCH & B, S. BRUINS,
STORE No. 237 KING STREET, BE?
TWEEN Marker and Beauratn streets.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, the 29th Instant, at
the Old Po s t office; at ll o'oloekY ? ' <> ??
That nae turee-etory BRICK STORE, with iron
front, now used ?as a carpet emporium, and
known as. Ko. 237. Ring street. This spacious
establish!! eat measures 27 feet front by 186 leeiln
depth, and rents for $1800 per annum. Lot meas?
ures 27 feet 9 lnohis front by 237 feet in depth, f
Terms-Hair cash; balance In one,, two and
three years, with interest, secured by bond and
mortgage. Purchaser to pay os for papers and
atampB._. . . reb2C-tnftnth<
By LOUIS p. BeSAUSSURE.
KING STREET LOT OF L4ND.
On TUESDAY, 27th Instant, at ll o'clock A.
M.. will be sold, near the Posto nice, .. ?
The LOT OF LAND on the east side of King ,
street, (next north of Mr. Lacassagne's,) between
Queen street and Horlbeck's alley-, measuring 27
feet S Inches In front by 291 feet'deep, more or
less/ having the old foundation and cistern on it.
'Conditions-One-third cash; balance by bond
bearing seven per cent, semi annual Interest,
payable In one and two years, to be secured by a
mortgage of the bc t. Purchaser to pay for pa
pera and revenge stamps ? febao tntbsmtns
By LOUIS B. BeSAUSSURE.
LOT OF LAND ON BROAD STREET.
On TUESDAY, 27th Instant, at ll o'clock A.
M" will be seM, near the Poatofnoe,
The LOT OF LAND at the corner of Broad, Lo?
gan and New streets, measuring 40 feet on Broad
Street, northwest on New street 121 feet 4 inches,
southwest on Lot of Mr. Dunbar Pani 88 feet,
southeast on Mr. Lawlesa'a Lot, from which lt ls
separated by a Une running northeast, measures
40 feet, to the south, on a triangular piece, mea?
suring 60 feet, to the ?asr, on Logan street, 130
feet, as per plat of Chas. Parker, Surveyor, drawn
June 2?, 1868. ?
Conditions-One-half cash; balance by bond,
payable la one year, with Interest, secured by
mortgage of Lot. Purchaser to pay for papers
and revenue stamps._feb20-tnthsmtn6
2tgttionmg* grigou gale?, Ut.
By LOUIS D. BeSAUSSURE.
HANDSOME RESIDENCE.-FOR SALE,
the Handsome Brick Residence at the
Booth corner or East Bay and inspection strest,
containing in the basement two targe room?, a
laundry and dairy, three rooms on the second
story, rive rooms on the third story, and an attic,
with waterworks and gas through the house,
piazzas, Ac, Aa, kitchen, carriage house, stable.
Lot ls surrounded on three sides by brick walls,
and measures 91 feet on East Bay by 200 fest,
deep, more or leds, running through to Washing?
ton street. Apply as above, at No. 23 Broad
street. -ret?o-tu ra
N G LI SH MANU BES.
PHOSPHO-MANCRE, per ton, 2240 lbs.foo 00
Fer sack, MO ton. e 60
Bone Manure per ton, 2240 lbs.$<o oo
Per sack, MO ton. 4 oo
A small supply of the above for sale.
Apply to GEO. A. TRE N H O L M A SON.
feb: ot ut hes
g O L U B L E
PRICE, $46 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE
Experience In the use of thia GUANO for the
past six years In this State, for Cotton and Corn,
has so far esr abiisned tts character for excellence
as to render comment unnecessary.
In accordance with the established policy of the
Company to famish 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 Its large facilities an J the reduced
cost of manufacture.
The supplies put into market this season are, aa
heretofore, prepared under the personal superin?
tendence of Dr. St. Julian Ravenel, Chemist of
the Company, at Charleston, S. C., hence planters
may rest assured that Its quality and c. mposlUon
ls precisely the same as that heretofore sold.
At the present low price, every acre planted
can be fertilized with soo poonda Gnano at a cost
not exceeding the preeeut value of 80 pounds of
cotton, while experience has shown teat 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, hence
under no condition could its applloatloM fall to
compensate for the outlay.
Apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Paclflo Guano Company,
Nos. 08 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf,
Charleston, S. C
JOHN S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
jpACIFIO GUANO COMPANY'S
ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOR COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
PRICE-$25 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE FOR | j
This article ls prepared under the superintend?
ence of Dr. ST. JULIAN RA VEN EL, expressly for
Composting with Cotton Seed.
It was Introduced by this Company two years
ago, and Its UBS has fully attested its value. 200
to 260 pounds of this article per acre, properly
composted with the same weight of cotton seed,
furnishes the planter with a Fertilizer or the high?
est excellence at the smallest cost. A Compost
prepared with this article, as by printed direc?
tions furnished, contains all the elements of fer?
tility that can enter into a First Class Fertilizer,
while Its economy most commend Its litt?ral ate
to planters. For supplies and printed directions,
for Composting, apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
Noe. 08East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf,
Charleston, S. C.
JNO. S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
The Fineiit Sponge Batter
FOX'S CRACKERS have for over half a century
been held In the highest estimation by the people
of the Eastern and Middle states. They are kept
for sale by all the leading Grocers m NEW YORK
All articlea used In their manufacture are the
best and purest that can be obtained. The ma?
chinery used was invented and patented by
ALL KINDS OF CRACKERS,
li&NSINOBTJRGH, N. T.
Send for Price Lista, Ac I deliver gooda free of
charge in New York City.
Liberal terms given Jobbers, and am ready to
make arrangements with any reliable parties who
will take orders for me in any or the orties in this
feblS-tuthslmo LANSINGBURGH, N. Y.
Bj HENEY COS?A ?CO. R
HAMS ANO "SHOULDERS.
THIS D .T, at bair-paste o'clock, la front
or oar Store, wa will seil,' r.v..
35 boxes s og a r-cn r ed HAMB -
10-boxes Shoulders. "~- ? ? ?-><>.-ft>:l
0>ndlttone caah. ^48M&,:
? Bj WM. MCKAT. .< ?fc&tf
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CBOCRJ
ERY AND WATCHES. : 0
THIS DAT; ' at ll o'clock, at the Furniture
Wa rehouse,, No. 46 Wentworth street, will be sold,
A few articles of HOUSEHOLD FCasiT?BE, a,
lot of crockery, and 8 Watches, on account, of aa
Estate. . febaOA.
Bj LAUBEV, ALEXANDER & co.
APPLES! APPLES! APPLES K
. THIS DAT, 20th lost, will be sold before
our store, ac lo o'ciock. on accoant of the shipper,
AC barr?is Choice APPLES, jost received pet
?teamer. -. .. " . ?.- ;..?./.'-??
Conditions cash. . ? ' .', ". \ ..
STEFFENS, WERNER & DUCKER J
WILL SELL, THIS: DAT, BEFORE
their Stores. Vendue Bange,- at19 o'clock; -
80 tnba and kegs BUTTER . UUIS?J.
10 bbb- Plg jeuig-ea-^.^
20 oozes D. s. Bellies and L. O. Sides
_Hams; sugar, soap. Ac._febQO
, Bj L AUBJE?, ALTV?ANDER & CO. T
STRIPS, BELIJES, HERRINGS, MACK?
EREL, ONIONS, POTATOES Ac,, Ac.
THIS DAY, 2a th in J t., will be sold before ear
?toie, at 10 o clook, . _ .
10 bbl?. New York S. Ci STRIPS
. 6 boxes Sew-Yorxa C. Bernes - ii: v<; i>*-;~.
2C0 boxes scaled Herrings . . . , _ ? ."
126 bbla, half bbl*. andUU Mackerel J'% "tf ?
50 bois. Onions . "?.?- ff -5?
51 bbls. Potatoes ra ? fA> . .'j t -.yd* .
l.o tuba Cooking Bu ;ter, Ac, Ac, ...
Conditions cash? . - y , . ?. 'feWO1:
Bj W. T. LEITCH & B. S. BfiUNH, ,
ESTATE SALE OF JEWELRY,- SILVER
. WARE; Watches, Diamonds, Ao^ by order
>r t ie Administrator or the Estate of JAMBS B.
?PIiA?.- - -' .. . .:: t?W
Wdl b? sold at the Store-No. 387 Klng-atreet, on
CHIS EVENING, 30th uutant. at 7 o'clock, '
The entire STOCK or JEWELRY, tuvar-wara,
Dla monda, Watches, Bingi, dooks, AO>, Ac To>
jet 1er with the Fixtures, Counter, Show-Oaaea,
tc, Ac .
Terms cash. AU articles to be delivered the day
if tar sala_ ?SSSL
MACQUEEN & BIECKE
Yt TILL SELL THIS DAT, BEFORE
YT their stores, Noa. ?1 and 28 Vendue Bange*.
lt ?air-past 0 o'clock, A. M. - ? S,
(ooo poonda Unoan vasse* RAMS
8000 pounds D. baited Shoal aers .. ,?
INO pounds D. Salted Hams
5800 pounds Choice Bacon Shoulders
10 tierces 8. 0. Canvassed Hams
60 barrels Potatoes; "vari?os brands"'
100 boxes Scaled Berringa
6 barrels Pure Cider Vinegar
io tubs N. c. Butter. s
Raisins, Lard, Cheese, Beef, Orease, Ac,, Aa .
By B. H. DeLEON.
VALUABLE DWELLINGS FOB SALE.
I will sell, THIS DAY, February 20th, aV
tbe corner of East Bay and Broad streets, at ll
All that LOT OP LAND with two-story Wooden
House, on south side of Liberty street, an? known
ai No. 7, containing 18 rooms. Lot 63 ?eel front
and 146 feet deep, more or lesa Thia house ls watt*
adapted for a boarding bouse or school, Having all/
necessary outbuildings, with large number of
noms next to kitchen. -,
AU that. LOT OF LAND with two and a half
BtDiy Wooden House, next to above, cont ainlng 4
rooms, dressing room and pantry, with all neces?
sary outbuildings. lVitsi feet frontand 146feet
lc depth, more or le a "A large gateway between
the above houses to te kept open as a common
entrance. ; .'..v..
cen dirions cash. Purchasers to pay'for papers
aad stamps. _- ' feblS-fmtna
Bj LOWNDES & GB JJttBALL,
REF ERE E 'S SALK
The Vestry and Church. Warde us of the
episcopal Church Of the Pariah of St, stephen's,
va Geo. L. smith, Administrator, et aL ' ' 7
Pursuant toan order cf sale m thoabove named
c iee, made by the Hon. R. F. Graham. Judge or
the First tlrcnlt, dated Januar) 24th, 1872,1 win
cfler for sale THIS DAY, February 20tb, at the
Postoffloe, Broad street, charleston, at u o'clock
A. M., . ? , ?
All that PLANTATION OB TK ACT OR LAND,
situated on t ne sooth side or Sante? River, In St.
fio. hen's Pariah, County of charleston, ?aft .
known aa the st, Stephen's church Glebe Lend,
containing six hundred and forty-roar (S44) acres,
more or less, and having such bonndlngs as sm
particularly set forth in a plat drawn by W. F.
Erwin, surveyor, on the 2d day of April, 1868, and
recorded lo the ?nice of Mesoe Conveyance *Qr
Charleston County. ?
Terms-One-half cash; balance In equal Instal?
ments or one and two yean, with interest at
neven per cent, per annum, payane annually, se?
cured ny bond ol the purchaser and mortgage of
the premises. Purchaser to nay for stamps and
papers. G. HERBERT SASS, "
Ruction &g\tB~~$ntuxe HPage. 7
Bj B. M. MARSHALL Ss BRO.
"Vfo. 6 BERESFORD STREET AT A?C
,LV TION. - 1
un THURSDAY, ?2d instant, at ll o'clock, win
tie sold at the Postoffloe, ?. . .
The above two story Brick DWELLING. The
lliOt ls 21 reet front by 84 feet deep, more or l-ss.
Terms cash, hnrcnaser to pay us Tor papers
md stamps._febl7-stnth8 -
Bj B. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER.
ON THUBSDAT, 22D INSTANT, AT ll
o'clock, will be told at the Postofflc, Broad
lueet, . . .;..
Tho HOUSE No. 08 Beaufain street, on sonta
Ilde, next west of Ru tie. i g e. containing six rooau;
-.he Lot measures 46 by 116 feet. Also, a Loton
jynch ati cet, measuring 60 by loo feet. - Boto,
hese Lots adjoin the city Park, and are choice
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year, ea?
rn red as usual. Purchaser to pay us for stamps
ind papers. _feblfr-thatnSwtha
VALUABLE PHOSPHATE WORKS FOR
SALE. ' ;
Win be sold, at the east end of Bro:d street, on
rouKSDAY, 22d or February, 1872, at ll o'clock
The'entire PROPERTY of the Farmers' Fertili?
ser company of South Carolina, consisting of:
A TRACT OF LAND, half mlle from the City of
Charleston, containing thirty-Ave (SS) acres, upon
which have recently been erected in a most
thorough and workmanlike manner, . ? . '
Une FRAME MILL, 8 stories high, 46x80 feet.
One Brick Engine-Boiler House, 26x40 feet, with
Four Brick Kilns, for drying Phosphate Book,
ind two Wharves.
The MACHINERY, which baa been most care
'ully construe;ed, consists or.
One 80-horse power ENGINE, complete.
Four pair ol stones.
One Poole A Hnnt Patent Mixer.
S halting, Elevators, Belling, Aa, Ac li
Located on the A Briley River, where the richest
Phosphate Deposits are round, in Immediate prox
mlty to the City of Charleston, with sufficient
lepth of water at the wharf to accommodate the
argest vessels entering thia harbor, connected by
he South Carolina and Northeastern BaUroeda,
vhlch pass through the premises, with the entire
?outh and West, built expressly for a Phosphate
Uanufacturlng work and never having been used,
his Property offers unsurpassed inducement < to
my party desiring te embark in this lucrative
Terms of sale-One-fourth (X) cash; balance In
3) three equal payments, at 3, 6 and o months,
lecured by bond or the purchaser, bearing Inter,
?st at the rate ef 7 per cent, per annum, and
nortgage of the property. Buildings to be in?
ured and policies aasLjned. Purchaser to pay
luctloneer for all necessary papers aud stamps.
The Property can be Inspected by parties dear
og to purchase at any time prior to the sale.
ARLE & BLYTHE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
GREENVILLE, S. C. - !
MW Practice in State and Federal Coarta.
MW Special attention given to Collecting and
LIVE AND LEARN, DIE AND
rr. FORGET ALL.
THE SOUTHERN DTK HOUSE,
No. 359 KINO STEKKT.
Dyes and Cleans by means of steam, Gentle
nen's Ladles aad Children's Clothes. Fine Laeea.
Ad Lace Curtains cleaned and done up with the
loft or Mannia-ctorere' Finish; Lace and Crape
(bawls and Kfd Gloves Cleaned and Dyed.
mw Goods received and returned by Express.
jun22-lyr . L BILLER, Proprietor