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T ga* Mr. WILLIAM E. SIMMONS, Jr., and Mr.
N. H. PORTES, are the travelling agenta for
THE NEWS, the former for lower and the lat?
ter for upper South Carolina.
Meetings Thia Day.
Irish Rifle Club, at 7 P. M.
Marlon Lodge, at 7 P. H.
Washington Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Palmetto Pioneer Co-operative Association,
Valley River Mining Company, of North
Carolina, at 12 M.
Auction Sale* Thia Dax-.
Wm. McKay will sell at bali past 10 o'clock,
at No. 45 Wentworth street, milch cows, ba?
Leitch & Bruns will sell at 10 o'clock, at No.
35 Broad street, ml.ob. cows, machinery, ?c.;
and continue sale of jewelry at No. 267 King
street, at 7 o'clock.
J. E. Bowers will sell at half-past 10 o'clock,
at his store, furniture, Ac.
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, boots, shoes, Ac.
UNITED STATES COURT.-There was no court
held yesterday, lt having adjourned over on
Wednesday until ll o'clock this morning.
CONFIRMATIONS.-The Senate in Executive
session on Wednesday confirmed the following
named as trial justices: Joseph Erwin, Barn?
well County; A. D. Addison, of Beaufort Coun?
ty, and James K. Wagner, of York County.
THE DAT WE CELEBRATE.-Yesterday was
the anniversary of the birthday of General
George Washington, who was born on the 22d
of February, one hundred and forty years ago.
The day was celebrated by the societies bear?
ing his name, and by a general display of bunt?
ing from the public buildings and the masts of
the shipping lu the harbor.
DANGEROUS.-The brick building on the
street running (rom East Bay to Sonth Atlan?
tic wharf, just In the rear of the blacksmith
shop of J. Quinlivan & Bro., ts dangerous to
persons passing in the street, and should be
attended to. The tiles are constantly falling
from the roof, and the street is littered np
with the fragments misplaced by the high
A MERITED TOKEN.-AS an evidence of the
appreciation of the courage and Judgment ex?
hibited by the engineer and conductor of the
Savannah and Charleston train, by the pas?
sengers on said train at the time of the acci?
dent on Sunday, a subscription waa raised
amongst them, and a handsome s liver service
and a beautiful gold watch purchased with
said contributions, which will be presented to
the gentlemen designated.
PARADE.-The Charleston Rifle Club, Cap?
tain Joseph Green, paraded yesterday through
the streets with a fine band of music. The
company turned out about thirty men, who
made a handsome show In their gray suits I
trimmed with green, and their tastey fur I
caps. Later in the alter noon they returned j
through the city from their target excursion,
bearing a target, the numerous wholes In
which attests their skill as marksmen.
OOH PRICES CURRENT.-We especially invite j
the attention of our merchants to THE NEWS
Prices current, issued this morning. Made
np with the utmost care, and handsomely
printed with entirely new type, it forms, with
the business card of the house forwarding it, j
the most attractive and welcome weekly I
commercial circular that can be used. Price,
for ten copies or more, with business cards,
two and a half cents per copy; single copies
five cents. __
PETTY LARCENY.-Ben Thomas, a colored
boy, was turned over to a trial Justice yester?
day morning, having been arrested by the de?
tectives on the charge of stealing twelve dol?
lars and thirty cents, in currency, from the
residence of Mr. J. R. Jenkins, corner of Pitt
and Wentworth streets. Ben was employed
as a servant, and is arrested on suspicion. He j
was taken bet?re Trial Justice Lovett and
after an examination sent to 'all for twenty
- DEATH OF A FORMER CHARLESTONTAN.-Dr.
J. M. Covert died last Sunday in Brooklyn,
New York, of pneumonia. The Norfolk
Journal lu announcing his death says :
Dr. Covert came to Portsmouth from Charles-1
ton, South Carolina, during the prevalence ot I
the/yellow fever In 1855, and was earnest In I
his efforts to relieve the victims in our plague-1
stricken city. Alter the fever had spent itself,
he made Portsmouth his permanent home.
During the war he was a surgeon In the Con-1
feberate army, and he has since then associ?
ated with the late D. D. Fiske as editor of the
Portsmouth Transcript Recently he has been
practicing medicine in Brooklyn. He was a
man of a high order of intellect, and had many
TUB LICENSE BILL.-Telegrams received
yesterday from Columbia announce that the
license bill has left the committee of ways and
means and ls now before the House. Govern?
or Scott and the finance committee of the
Senate express their willingness to hear the
Charleston delegations in opposition to the I
bill. Three delegations will go up, viz: A
delegation or three aldermen, and delegations
from the Chamber of Commerce and Board of
Trade, the Hon. W. D. Porter being chairman
of the joint delegation.
The delegations will go up to Columbia to?
night, and we are authorized to request the
delegation from the Chamber of Commerce to
meet at the South Carolina Railroad Depot, at
T P. M. _
THE TEMPERANCE CELEBRATION.-The pub?
lic temperance celebration, under the auspi?
ces ol Washington Lodge, No. 1, I. 0. G. T.,
and Palmetto Division, No. 4, S. ot T;, took
place at the Hibernian Hall last evening, and
went on* In a manner highly gratifying toits
originators. The audience was a fair one
considering the attractions elsewhere, a large
number of ladies being present. The exerci?
ses was opened by a few appropriate remarks
from the presiding officer, Brother E. E. Sell,
P. G. W. P., followed by a prayer from the
Rev. Mr. Smart. Brother Henry M. Mood and
the Rev. C. S. Vedder then delivered able
and Interesting addresses in turn. The for?
mer noting the day and the lodge under
Whose auspices the celebration was given,
illustrated his remarks by a striking feature
from the Life of Washington. He lik?
ened the adversities of Washington
to the trials of the Sons of Tem?
perance, and said li they wished to gain a
Trenton and Peace and Liberty, the Sons ol
Temperance must push on with the same de?
termination and perseverance which upheld
the father of his country in the vicissitudes ol
the war for Independence. The exercises then
closed with a benediction from the Rev. Mr.
Smart. Throughout the evening the garrison
band of the Third Artillery were in attend?
ance, and at intervals in the proceedings dis?
coursed delightful music. The performance
elicited the admiration of the whole audience
and contributed not a little to the pleasures of
the evening. Rev. R. M. Fous t, P. M. W. P,
unfortunately did not arrrlve from Florida,
and the societies were debarred the pleasure
of hearing this great patriarch among the Sons
AT THE HEAD AND RING.
Tho Charleston .?ounttd Social Club
Chargirg and Catting-The Prizes,
The trial of skill yesterday afternoon among
the members ot tbe Charleston Mounted So?
cial Club was spirited and closely contested.
The club turned out about forty men, and
these, upon their handsome horses and in
their new uniforms, made a show which re?
flected credit upon the organization and re?
minded the spectators of the old Dragoons.
They assembled about ene o'clock in King
street, above Line, and, performing a few
evolutions under the command bf Vlce-Pres
' Ident T. O'Brien, they formed In a field be?
tween the King 6treet road and the depot of
the South Carolina Railroad.
In this field a course two hundred yards
long had been prepared. About fifty yards
from the starting point was the post with the
wooden bead attached to Its side for a down?
ward cut Seventy-five yards beyond was
another wooden head for the side cut, and
fifty yards further was a white ring, about
three inches in diameter,suspended to a struc?
ture similar to an old-fashioned gallows. For
Borne time the horsemen tried the animals,
amid much cheering and merriment
from the assembled crowd, and then the busi?
ness of the day began. The men rode by
turne, and the manner in which the heads flew
was wonderful, as the flashing sabres glided
through the slim dried stick-necks. The
riding was first rate, and the sword exercise
showed great proficiency In handling the
heavy basket-hllted sabres. Many took the
heads and carried the ring every lime with
clock-work precision, but there were some
whose horses couldn't see lt. The animals did
not like the posts so near, and gave the sus?
picious-looking heads a wide berth, notwith?
standing the reins and spurs of the riders.
After a long and difficult contest the officers'
prize, a fine silver goblet, was awarded to Dr.
C. L. Myers, the surgeon of the company. .It
was presented by secretary L. C. Lebenborn,
with a few appropriate remarks, and received
by the doctor with a neat response.
The prizes were all given lor the best
riding and sword exercise combined, and the
first prize, a handsome silver goblet, was won
by First Warden, F. W. Pieper. This prize was
presented with complimentary remarks by
President O'Brien, and was received by tbe
winner with an appropriate response.
The second prize, a set of silver castors,
was awarded with similar ceremonies to Sec?
ond Warden M. Hogan, and presented by
The third prize, a pair of sleeve-buttons, was
won by Mr. Albert Christopher, and the fourth
prize, a pair of vases, was awarded to a modest
yoong mao, whose horse did not encourage
equestrian 'sports. This last prize was given
for the worst riding and sword exercise in the
company. The winner's horse was to blame
for the riding, and an unlucky cut on the left
side deelded the matter as to the sword exer?
cise. The prize was presented by Dr. Myers,
who consoled the recipient by telling him he
had made the best out "over the lea" in the
whole company. A little after four o'clock
the prizes were all distributed, the speech
making done, and all diBbanded In the highest
A NEW ST.VAUOQDK.- The Israelites ot Co'
lumbla bave taken the Initiatory steps toward
the erection of a synagogue. The Phoenix
says that another meeting ls to be held on
Sunday next to make tbe necessary arrange?
ments. Hardy Solomon, Esq., was chosen
president, and D. Epstln, vice-president. We
are reliably informed that one liberal-minded
has expressed a determination to give fifty
thousand bricks, besides a Bum of money;
while anotner nas promised several inuusauu
feet of lumber. Their Gentile fellow-citizens
will assist them liberally.
THE WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY.-At the
sixth anniversary meeting of the Washington
Light Infantry Charitable Association held last
evening at the Merchant's Hotel, the follow,
lng gentlemen were chosen to serve as officers
for the ensuing year: J. L. Honour,* presi?
dent; F. L. Parker, senior warden; A. W. Taft,
Junior warden; D. B. Gilllland, secretary and
treasurer; Rev. E. C. Edgerton, chaplain; T.
Grange Simons, surgeon; W. M. Mucken
fuss, solicitor; J. H. Schulte and J. Z. Stocker,
stewards. Committee on Accounts-L. B.
Lovegreen, G. W. Almar, G. W. Duneby. Com?
mittee on Charily-H. J. Greer, P. T. Lawton,
J. J. Small, F. P. Salas, D. C. Robertson. Com?
mittee on Letters-F. H. Honour, R. Stuart,
G. W. Kllnck. Committee on Burial Ground
at Magnolia-President ex-ffiocio, T. A.
Honour, E. T. Hughes.
?Vice H. P. Olney, who declined re-elec?
At the conclusion of their business the mem?
bers partook of a collation, and spent an
agreeable evening In the Interchange ot senti?
ments appropriate to the occasion.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, JUDGE GRAHAM,
PRESIDING.-From the eight Jurors of the old
panel, and the twenty-eight who were sum?
moned for yesterday morning, the following
Juries were formed to serve 1er this and the
ensuing week :
No. 1-1. S. E. Bennett, foreman; C. D.
Ahrens, D. A. Amme, Philip Blalney, George
A. Bowman, J. H. Brawler, J. P. Browne,
James Cosgrove, Thomas Devine, James A.
Duffus, J. Dennison, H. E. Eckle.
No. 2-Francis Lance, Primus GreeD, Robt.
Gordon, G. Gregorio, Robert Houston, Francis
Kinloch, Jr., A. Menke, Wm. D. Middleton,
Wm. T. O'Npale, J. A. Williams, P. M. Wil?
liams, Frank Jones.
Supernumeraries-R. M. Butler, John Com?
mins, Oscarj E. Johnson, J. B. Wright, Morris
Ehrleck, J. J. Kenny, F. M. Johnstone, and
The cases fixed for trial were disposed of as
Chichester ? Co. vs. Wm. S. Hastie. Con?
James C. Lacoste vs. Joei dopers. Struck
R. DeTreville vs.-1. S. K. Bennett. Con?
Smith A McGUUvray vs. H. L. P. McCor?
Hoffmann, Brothers & Co. vs. Commercial
Fire Insurance Co. Transferred to Calendar
Hoffmann, Brothers & Co. VB. Tradesmen
Insurance Co. Transferred to Calendar No. 3.
Louis A. Herve ve. T. L. Hutchinson. Trans?
ferred to Calendar.
Robert Austin vs. W. W. Sale & Co. Con?
Charles M. Rose vs. R. T. Morrison. Con?
The following cases are fixed for to-day :
1. The Bank of the State VB. William
2. Strong, Adrlance ? Co. vs. John R, Stall.
3. A. Bernheimer & Co .vs. David Jacob.
4. J. N. Nathans VB. F. C. Blum.
5. Bank of the State vs. William Whaley and
A. L. Tobias.
6. James T. Campbell. vs. Some Insurance
7. B. G. Tocom and John E. Hi^g Ve. the
8. James Cantwell vt?, oswell Reeder.
9. Joseph J. Ke^dy ve> John Phillipe.
10. James cantwell ve. William Robb and
ACADEMY OP MUSIC-JANAUSCHEK AS LA DY
MACBETH.-Macbeth diners from Shakspeare's
other tragedies in the fact that Its dramatic
action circles around two separate centres of
interest, and that with the guilty hero who
gives his name to the play is united the grand
and Imposing figure of his yet more guilty
wife. The mighty struggle of will with con?
science, and of ambition with loyalty and
faith; the excitement of desperate crime; the
gnawing ol deadly and unsleeping remorse,
and, finally, the appalling retribution which
crowns the whole-all these elements ara
combined lu this supreme effort of Bhaks'
peare's genius Into a tragic picture which it
must always task the highest powers of the
actor to interpret.
Madame Janauschek's histrionic abilities, as
we have already said, are rather intense than
subtle. Her power lies lu the thorough sur
render ol her emotional nature to the passion
of the moment, and not in the calm and de?
liberate Intellectual conception ol the necessi?
ties of the whole pari. Hence her delineations
are often unequal; a fine nuance, a subtle dis?
tinction will sometimes escape her; in the
strength of her grasp upon the central Idea of
a role, some of the softer shades of emotion,
so necessary ta its complete representation,
are lost or overlooked. Her passion ls whole
souled and unhesitating, without any of the
weakness of a finely-poised and less impetu?
ous mind. In some respects this peculiarity
of her genius fits her admirably for such a part
as that of Lady Macbeth-a woman absolutely
free from the doubt that paralyzes action
while it stimulates thought, or the compre?
hensiveness of moral view which involves
lack of force in the evil-doing which ls to
secure the object of the hour. But even in
conceiving a Lady Macbeth, Shakspeare did
not forget the touch of nature that makes the
whole world kin. In the relations between
Macbeth and his guilty consort, and in the un?
conscious and so terrib'e pathos of the sleep?
walking scene, an element ol tenderness ls In?
troduced which we venture to think finds no
adequate exponent In Janauschek's acting.
For this reason we prefer her Marie Stuart
and her Deborah to ber Lady Macbeth, despite
ail the grandeur and Intensityjof tragic power
which lt is Impossible to deny to her in the
The house last night was literally crowded.
To-night ??arie Stuart will be repeated by re?
quest for the benefit of Madame Janauschck.
"WHY THE DEVIL DON'T You ADVERTISE ?"
So said a friend to me to whom I applied some
years since to help me through with my busi?
ness. And I advertised, and I am more grate?
ful to that friend for bis advice than Ii he had
given me $10,000.-DR. HELMBOLD.
CRUMBS.-The corner-stone of the new town
hall was laid in Sumter yesterday.
Postmaster Creswell requests the public to
write the name of the county, as well as the
postofflce and Stale, upon all matter to be for
warded by mail.
THE COMET STAR STEAMER.-The Comet Star
Fire Company have discarded tb?lr old ma?
chine, and are now in possession of their new
steamer which arrived a few days ago. It ls a
third-class engine, built by Klapp & Jones,
and was paid for by the company without any
outside pecuniary help. The Comet Stars
have done yeoman service for years with the
old machine, and their handsome new steamer
will do good work in their hands.
AN AGRICULTURAL FAIR.-At the meeting of
the executive committee o? the Agricultural
Society, held last Monday evening at the
Board of Trade Rooms, a resolution was
passed to the efleet that the executive com?
mittee recommend to the society, at Its next
quarterly meeting in. Aurll. ihn. annolnilrui ar
a committee to take into consideration the
propriety of holding a fair in December next.
It has been so long since tbe last fair in
Charleston, that the Idea will no doubt be
promply taken up by the society, and received
with pleasure by the citizens at large.
To BE LOOKBD INTO.-The disturbance on
Wednesday evening In John street, near Eliza?
beth, was caused by three colored girls, Lou?
isa Thompson, Lyddy Mitchel and Elvira
Washington, who quarrelled lu tho street and
attacked each other on general principles. A
hatchet and an ugly billet of wood played a con?
spicuous part in the row, but the police and
crowd coming up stopped the fight before any
serious damage was done. One of the giris
was much bruised and bunged. They were
brought before the Mayor yesterday morning,
and the case was referred to a trial Justice lor
CLUBS AND STARS.-The occupant of the
premises No. 20 Inspection street, reported
for having bis chimney on fire, explained and
Charlotte Jenkins, arrested for stealing a
lot of dry goods from the boarding house No.
588 King street, was turned over to the detect?
Samuel Johnson, ledged for being disorderly
and refusing to leave the store at the corner
o? Elliot and Church streets when ordered by
the proprietor, was sentenced to pay a fine of
two dollars, or spend ten days la the House of
A gross infraction of a city ordinance by
the night workers, upon the premises of a
gentleman, was visited willi a fine of ten dol?
THE PALMETTO STEAMER.-The new steam?
er, built by Mr. Jeffords for the Palmettos of
Columbia, was formally teBted on Wednes?
day. The committees who supervised the
trial make the following report:
First test on Gervais street, through 100 feet
of hose and li inch nozzle, 205 feet.
Second lest on Richardson street, same
length of bose and nozzle, 270 feet 7 inches.
Third test on elevation, same length of hose
and nozzle, 148 feet, perpendicularly.
Fourih lest through. 1500 feet ot hose, same
size nozzle, 184 feet.
The committee are pleased to say that they
are satisfied willi the working and playing of
the machine. The boiler raised 20 pounds of
steam In 4* minutes; 60 pounds ia 10 minutes;
th1: greatest pressure on boiler being 160
pounos per square Inch; greatest pressure ob?
tained on bose 230 pouuds per square Inch.
The boiler kept up a constant pressure, when
working, to 120 pounds.
SALES OF REAL ESTATE.-The following real
estate was sold yesterday morning at auc?
By Leitch & Bruns: The lot with buildings
on the east Bide of Trapman street, late of the
estate ol Flynn, sixty-two and a half feet in
front, by fot ty-fi ve feet deep, ?ur $800.
By Hutton Lee: The tract of land of thirty
five acres, half of a mlle from the city, with
mills, kilns, machinery, &c, comp'.ete, the
property of the Farmers' Fertilizing Compa?
ny, of South Caroima, for $20,000.
Terms of the above one-fourth, cash, and the 1
balance in three equal annual instalments. <
By Warsaw & Carew: The lot on the east
?'.ue of Meeting street, on the corner of Line,
thirty feet Iront, by ono hundred and ten feet
deep, tor $750.
The lot at the corner of Aiken and Line
street?, thirty feet front, by seventy-three feet
deep, for $335.
Twelve other lots, near the cbove on Line
and Meeting streets, and of various slzeB, for
Terms, one-third cash, and the balance in
one aud two years.
- BOARD OF TRADE AND CHAMBER OF COM?
MERCE COMMITTEES. - The committees ap?
pointed to go to Columbia will leave by the
train this evenlog. President DeLeon receiv?
ed a dispatch yesterday stating that the Go v
vernor and finance committee of the Legisla?
ture are willing to hear them.
STOCK SALES.-Yesterday morning by Sam?
uel C. Black:
$7130 in city six per cent, stock at 53a53?.
Ninety-three snares Peoples' Bank stock at
$3 per share.
Twenty-five Ehares South Carolina Railroad
stock at 35.}.
By B. M. Marshall & Bro.: City six per
cent, stock at 53 >.
FORMIDABLE CANNON.-Two fine specimens
of the famous parrot gun, of the two hundred
pound pattern, intended to be placed in Fort
Sumter, can see them on the schooner Carrie E.
Woodberry, now at Southern wharves. They
will amply repay a careful inspection, and to
many of us they possess an interest, as they
were used to shell the city (rom the batteries
on Morris Island, from the commencement of
fire from the swamp angel In the Bummer of
1863, lo the evacuation in February, 1865.
ELECTION* OF OFFICERS.-At the anniversary
meeting of the Washington Steam Fire Eu?
gine Company, held at their ball last evening,
the following officers were duly elected to
serve for the ensuing year : James M. Carson,
president; L. Cavanaugh, vice-president; Thoa.
E. Hogan, first director; H. E. Wicking, se?
cond director; Thomas Murray, third director;
Jacob Knobeloch, fourth director; M. Fitzgib?
bon, secretary; C. H. Schwing, treasurer; Thos.
Morrl?, engineer; James T. Pregnall, first |
axman; William Pontoux, second ax man; 0. J.
Mlscally, third axman; C. F. Lynch, fourth
axman; M. O'Shaughnesy, hall keeper.
B USINES 8 NOTICES.
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 ot the American
Institute Industrial Exhibition:
"GENTLEMEN-After a full and impartial ex?
amination ot the article above described, the
undersigned Judges make report that the
tooth lozenges area very pleasant, convenient
and effective dentrlflce, composed of sub?
stances which are perfectly harmless. C. F.
Chandler, T. Eggleston, Jr., Judges, Profess-1
ors of Chemistry, Columbia College, New York |
FARNHAM'S FRENCH TOOTH LOZENGES, a
novel and pleasant dentrlflce-the flnest In
the world for cleaning, beautifying and pre?
serving the teeth; endorsed by eminent den?
At Dowle, Moise & Davis.
Dr. H. Baer, No. 131 Meeting street.
Chas. F. Panknlo, No. 123 Meeting street.
A. W. Eckel & Co., No. 215 King street.
G. W. Ai mir, cor. King A Vanderhorst sts.
G. J. Lunn, King street, corner John.
Vogc & Co., No. 277 King street
Edwd. S. Burnham, No. 421 King street
C. F. Schwettmann, cor. King & Broad ste.
Jos. Blackman, No. 38 BroarJ street.
0. A. Bart ot, No. 48 Broad street.
Dr. E. H. Kellers, No. 85 Broad street
And other Druggists. feb20-3mos
AT FORCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 214
King street, a splendid line ot Black Alpaca
for 40 and 50 cents, worth 60 and 75 cents.
TRACIKO WHEELS 1 Tracing Wheels !
feblfr-f_HABEL STREET BAZAAR.
A FULL line of Ladles' White Kid Gloves, all
numbers, for $1. A full line of Gent's Gloves
up to No. 9. FORCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co., No.
244 King street. _ feb5
CROQUET t CROQUET 1-The cheapest In the
city. Price $4. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
dec20 _ _
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 $1 87. feb5
NOTICE TO TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views of |
Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
Btreet Bazaar. _ _ dec29
SPEOIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have Just re- j j
celved one thousand boxes, each containing
one quire of fine Note Paper and Envelopes
to matcb, (without initial,) also Penholder
and Pen. Price 25 cents per box. Hasel | j
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Boom.
Jan3f _ _
CHEILLET'S PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair
warranted. These Gloves will be taken back
even alter wear, for any Imperfections, such as
tearing or ripping.
"Paris, 20 Bue de la Paix.
London, 53 Regent street.
New York, 929 Broadway.
Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co., Bole Agents
for Charleston. nov3-6mos
gtntiionggrg* jjjfjjjjg* Sal*Bt Ut.
By LOUIS D. DeSA?SSURE.
HANDSOME RESIDENCE.-FOR SALE,
the Handsome Brick Residence at the
south corner of East Bay and inspection street,
containing In the basement two large room?, a
laundry and dalry, three rooms on the second
story, live rooms on the third story, and an attic,
with water-works and gsa through the house,
piazzas, Ac, Ac, kitchen, carriage house, stable.
Lot ls surrounded on three sides by brick walls,
and measurea 91 feet on East Bay by 200 feet
deep, more or less, running through; to Washing?
ton street. Apply as above, at No. 23 Broad
Srjirts ano iFurnisIjina. <8>ooos.
Made to order of Beat Materiel*, and
WARRANTED TO FIT.
Sent by Express, C. O. D. to any part of the
sonntry. Directions ror measurement sent on
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
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thus attesting their great superiority over all other Sewing Machines. wu,??"euoi T"h
SALESROOMS, NO. 279 KING STREETf
AGENTS FOR THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
P. S.-Fnll lines of WINDOW SHADES, Paper Hangings, Maslin, Lace and Damask Curtain s and
Cornices constaatly on hand. # feb23-fco2mos
This FERTILIZER, manufactured by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, under the dino
tlon of their Chemist, Dr. ST. JULIEN BAYENEL, ls now offered to the Planung community AT
rs." VERY REDUOED PRICE OF $48 PER TON CASH, or $53 PAYABLE 1ST NOVEMBER, 1872,
FREE OF INTEREST.
This FERTI LIZ E R has been very extensively used lu this State, and has given entire satisfaction;
some of the must practical planters admitting lt to be equal to Peruvian Guano, pound for pound.
AU sales made now wm be considered as cash oa the 1st of March, 1872, and to those buying on
time the sale will be considered as due on 1st November. 1872.
By this arrangement planters will be enabled, without extra cost, to haul their Manure at a
time when their wagons and mules are idle.
Pamphlets containing the certincates of those who have used the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE will be
'nrnls h ed on application to the Age ate.
PELZER, RODGERS Ss CO., General Agents,
dec8-4mOS BROWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTOS, S. O.
ATLANTIC ACID PHOSPHATE.
This Article, prepared by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, under the direction of their
Chemist, Dr. ST. JULIES RAVENEL, for composting with Cotton Seed, ls now offered at the Reduced
Price or 938 per ton cash, or $31 per tou payable 1st November, 1872, Free of Interest
Orders ulled now will be considered as Cash 1st March, 1872, or on Time as due lat November
1872, thereby enabling Planters to haul it at a time when their Wagons and Mules are Idle.
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents
decs-tmos BROWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTON', 8. O.
E. FRANK COE S
AMMONIATED BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE,
AND COE'S PURE DISSOLVED BONE.
The above superior FERTILIZERS, admitted by every Planter who has used them to be the best
ina most profitable of any of the Commercial Manures, are now offered for sale by the Agents at very
mich Reduced Prices, lu order that every Planter may be enabled to use them.
Pamphlets containing the reports of the success of these Fertilizers wul be furnished on appll
?tlon to the Agents.
The Phosphate ls sold at $48 per ton cash, or $5? per ton payable 1st November, 1872, free of
n teres t.
The Dissolved Bone at $50 per ton cash, or $55 per ton payable 1st November, 1872, free of
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., Sole Agents,
dec8-4mos_BROW 5TB WHARF, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
M J? F E S'S ~
NITROGEMZED SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME.
THE OLDEST SUPERPHOSPHATE MANUFACTURED IN THIS COUNTRY.
TE RM S REDUCED TO $45 CA*H-$50 ON" TIME. PAYMENT NOVEMBER 1, 18711.
COMPOSED OF BONES, POTASH, PHOSPHATID GUANO, CONCENTRATED ANIMAL AMMO?
NIACAL Matter and Sulphuric Aoid. No Salt, Salt Cake, Nitre cake, Plaster, nor Adulterant or
Absorbent of any kind used. Factory open for Inspection at all times.
v NINETEEN YEARS OF PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE.
INTRODUCED IN 1862.PATENTED DEOEMBER 29, 1859
QUICK, ACTIVE AND PERMANENT IMPROVEMENT TO THE 80IL.
rDww?nr OF HUNDREDS OF WELL KNOWN PLANTERS '? PATT?H OWEVIBY
VARIETY OF CROP AND SOIL, EVEN DUBING EXTREME ADVERSE SEASONS.
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
jan29-mwf2mos_NO. 128 EA8T BAY CHARLESTON, 8. C.
FMPORTANT TO PLAN TEES AND FACTORS.
MIDDLETON'S FISH AMMONIATED PHOSPHATE.
This excellent brand of FERTILIZER comes before the poetic weU recommended. Having been
prepared with great pains and best material?, its adaptation to the crops of this section ls uosnr.
gassed, the evidence of which ls furnished by the following testimonials of Professor SHEPARD and
I. B. B1SSELL, Esq., which we annex as follows:
OFFICE OF THE STATS INSPECTOR OF FERTILIZERS, March Slat, 1871.
Messrs. J. A. Baslow di Co.: GENTLEMEN-Eacloted please find the analysis of the sample of
'Middleton's F.sh Ammoniated Phosphate," selected by my assistant from the cargo just arrived,
[he large amount or organic matter, rich In ammonia, and the highly soluble condition of the phos
)horic acid, are sufficient recommendations for this article. 1 feel sure that the planter will be beno?
it ed by Its judicious application to cotton and other crops. Respectfully, your obedient servant,
(Signed) C. U. SHEPARD, Ja., M. D., Inspector of Fertilizers for South Carolina.
CHARLESTON, S. C., December 12.1871.
Messrs. J. A. Enslow d Co., Agents Middleton's Fish Ammoniated PTtospnate : GENTLEMEN-I
experimented with the one ton of Middleton's Fl Bb Ammoniated Phosphate which I procured of you,
ina beg to state that I applied lt to Rice alongside of ibe Phosphat ic Manures manufactured In thia
;lty and vicinity, and the result was decidedly In favor of your Fertilizer.
11 ave not yet threshed my crop, and cannot, therefore, furnish you with the difference in yield,
int the growth and vigor or the stalk proved to me the superiority of Middleton's Fish Ammoniated
Phosphate over the other Fertilizers uBed. Very respectfully, yours,
(Signed) j. B. BUSSELL.
UNIFORMITY OF QUALITY GUARANTEED.
PRICES- $45 cash; or for approved acceptance, payable 1st November next, soo.
Address J. A. ENSLOW A CO.,
Jan8-W83mos AGENTS, No. 141 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
TO THE PLANTERS OP THE SOUTH !
KINSMAN ?Sc HOWELL,
AGENTS FOR THE SOUTHERN STATES.
THE ATTENTION OF SOUTHERN PLANTERS IS INVITED TO THE FOLLOWING NAMED FIR8T
3 LASS FERHLIZERs, which have been need throughout tho southern States fer tue past fifteen
rears with success :
H. PRESTON & SON'S
AMMONIATED BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME,
COMPOSED OF BONES, SULPHURIC ACID, POTASH AND PERUVIAN GUANO.
CASH, $45; TIME;, $50.
AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PHOSPHATIC G??IVO,
COMPOSED OF NAVASSA GUANO, BONES, 8ULPHURI0 ACID, POTASH AND PERUVIAN GUANO.
CASH, $45 i TIME, S 5 O.
ALL OF THE ABOVE FERTILIZERS ARB MADE FROM THE BEST AND FINEST MATERIALS
o be procured. The proportions of each of the ingredients are such as to produce powerful and
ictlve Fertilizers. For Planters' Certificates and Analysis send to
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
jan29-mwf2moB_NO. 128 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
IMPORTANT TO COTTON PLANTERS!
IE MARYLAND FERTILIZING IND MANDFAGTDRIN6 CO.
HAVE PREPARED A SPECIAL FERTILIZER ADAPTED TO THE COTTON PLANT,
UNDER THE NAME OF
O O T T O W FOO?!
fhlch they claim to be of the Highest Grade of Fertilizer sold ta the South, and guarantee to equal
in results Peruvian Guauo, pound for pound, and of more permanent benefltto the sou.
It has been used by several hundred Plantera ta North and South Carolina and Georgia, for two
easons, with the following results :
It increases the crop from loo to 200 per cent.
lt resists drought In all cases. The crop is not affected by rust. ..
It matures the crop three to four weeks In advance, thus Insuring the crop against early frosts,
ir in the event of a backward season for plantin g enables the planter to put ta his crop three or four
reeks later, even as late as the 1st or June, with a certainty of success.
it nrndnrea a better auallty of Cotton.
i nnkin? at the low price of Cotton, the Intelligent planter will readily comprehend the necrasity
TnMntr nothing but the highest grade of Fertilizers, and of strictly avoiding those whOBe value
las been reduced bj adulteration or the use of cheap materials under the pretence of meeting the
0WifrihC^croo??Tnly doubled by the use of "COTTON FOOD" lt will give him from one to two hun
irpd nar cent, profit on h s outlay, with Cotton at 12>? cents per pound, and it will enable him to plant
ewer acres, with a corresponding reduction of labor and expense, with better results.
$55 PER TON, IN SACKS, TWELVE TO THE TON.
LAWRENCE SANGSTON, President,
If?. 58 EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE,
J. R. PRINGLE & SON, Agents,
janift-mwramos CHARLESTON, S, C.
Bj JOHN E. BQrYEBS,
wui be s-ltt TH? i?AYr at lay st?re, No. 505
Ktnrr street, athalf-past.ioo'clock,! .<? ?AV-?T
812 WINO MACHINES. WBtdS^ t?SmeS^f^
Tables, Chairs, Hair seat Rocker, Offloe^torai/^
Pictures and a numbeB.-or-'other ar?cjee OOH?
dui ons cash. Unlimited artlclej received to hour
of sala_feb23-* / "
By WM. McKAY.
FOUR MILCH COWS, 2 BAROUCHES, 1
Wagon, i Baggy, Assortment of Household
Furniture, Mattresses, Pillows, Ac.
THIS DAY, Friday, at half-past io o'clock, at
the Sales-Rooms, No. 46 Wentworth etreet, be?
tween Meeting and King, wm be sold the above.
fe?M . _
Bj TV. Y. LEITCH> B. S. BRUNS,
FTIHREE MILCH COWS
? Will be sold. THIS DAT, 23d Instant,, at Nov
86 Broad street, at io o'clock, ..i.tr.r
THREE MILCH cows._feb22 ?
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS. :
TT7LLL BE SOLD THIS DAY, THE
VT S8dinstant, at No.36Broad street, at 10
o'clock .' *?' '
2 MORTIOTNG MACHINES, to be used by foot
l Turning Lathe ." ' " .*
l Moulding Machine, with knives
l lot t- ashes and Blinda. . . ..->,. t?ba :
Hj W. Y. LEITCH & H. S. BRUNS, _
Auctioneers,; f.,r.?'?[ ??a
TESTATE SALE OF JEWELRY; SILVER
Jil WARE, Watches,' Di arnon as, Ac. br ordsr
or tne Administrator or the Estate of TAMM E.
SPKAJEL . '.,*.-*
Win be sold at the Store No. 287 King atreet. ott
THIS EVENING. 23d Instant, at.7 o'cook, *
The entire STOCK OF JEWELRY, Ml ver-Ware;
Diamonds. Watches, Ringa, Clocks, Ac, Ac To?
gether with the Fixtures, Oouuters, Show-Oases*
Terms cash. All articled to be delivered the day
after sale . ; :.. BBa "
By MILES DRAKE.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, ?c . t^?'? "I
THIS MORNING, at liT o'clock, I w?i seifst
my store, corner King and Liberty streets,.
A fine une or Men 'a Boo ts, Congress, Balmoral!,.
Brogans, Bluchers. Oxford Ties, English Ties and
Malakoff*. Women's Serge and Calf Poliah serge
Galters, Calf and Grat Polish and B&lm?rauu
Misses' and Obildren'a 8h:es, and Men's ana
A Une assortment of Men's and Boys' Wool and
Felt Hats._ . feb28
annum galgfl^^tUgrt fllagt -j
By A. TOBIAS' SONS. iv ?
PUBLIC AUCTION.-CHOICE O L D
COGNAC BRANDY, directly imported from
On THURSDAY, 29th lnanur, we will sell in
U. S. Bonded Warehouse, Elliott street, at ll
26 elghthf } ca8ka Ch?lc8 0w COGNAC BRANDY
20 eighth' 8uperlor COGNAC BRANDY t.
146 OBHes (12 bottles each) Very Choles COG VAC
260 cases (12 bottles each) Very superior Old
All of tbe above of most approved brande
Conditions at sale_. Ieb28-famwth6^
By A. C. McGrlLLIYBAY, %
TWO SMALL, NEAT WOODEN HOUSES
will be ?old at the Poa tornee, Broad street, on
TUESDAY, 27th inatant, at ll o'clock, . ..
The LOT OF LAND, with comfortable fwo
story Dwelling and Shop, No. 81 Spring street,
south side, next west of the corner of President
street. Lot so feet front, by about 63 feet deep.
The LOT OF LAND immediately in the rear, ad
Joiolng the above from lng on Snort Court, next
to the corner of Presidenta, reet, 30 feet front by
about tb feet deep, with a small, neat two-story
Hoc se, four rooms, piazza, Ac *' V
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay auctioneer for
papers ano stamps. . v gttggSftatBtd
SLATEBY, ET AL, VS. SLATERY, ET
AL.-IN COMMON PLEAS. 1
Pursuant to the order of the Bon. R. F. Gra?
ham, Judge of the First Circuit, dated January
24th, 1872, 1 will oller for sale, at Public AuctlotL.
on THURSDAY, the 14th day or March, 1872, afc
llo'cl.ckA. M., at the Cour?house, in the City
The following REAL ESTATE:
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the three story
Brick Bolldlng thereon, situate on Qaeen street,
in the City of Charleston, and koown as No. 22,
mei.Birrin a and containing In fr nt on Queen
atreetthirty (30) feet, on the,north line twenty
two and a half (22X) feet six Inches, and la depth
one hundred and sixty-seven (107) feet, bethe
eau e more or less; bounding north on Landa
now er formerly of williams Middleton, easton
Lands now or late of Benjamin .Simons, south on
Queen street, and weat on Lands how er late of
All that LOT OF LAND, with the three-story
Brick Building thereon, situate on the northeast
corner of Anson and Manet et reeta, in the City of
Charleston, measuring In front on Market street
(24) twenty-four feet. Dy (67) sixty-seven feet in
depth on Anson street more or leas; bounding
north on land now or late of Thomas Gadsden,,
east on land late of estate ot Robert Martin, south?
on Market street, and weston Anson street.
The following LOTS OF LAND, with the four
Brick Tenements thereon, situate an the corner of
Anson and Ellery streets, tn the City of Charles?
ton, designated on pl it of same by the Noa. 1, 2?..
8 sud 4, having the following measurements and
boundaries, more or less:
No. 1. Measuring eighteen feet seven inches m
front on Anson street, ninety four feet one Inch
in dlepth, by twenty feet on back line.
No. 2. Measuring eighteen feet seven Inches is
front on Anson street, nlnety-ronr feet one mah
in depth, and twenty feet on back line. **
No. 3. Measuring la front on Anson street
twelve feet nine inches, by ninety-four feet one
mea la depth, by fourteen feet on the back linc
NO. 4. Measuring fourteen feet eleven inches ia
fronton Anson street, by ninety four feet one
inch In depth, and fourteen feet six Inches on
the ba' k line.
1 ?ie passage ways between Nos. 1,2,3and*,
are to oe used m common by the oe upan ta ef
the Bald Tenements. The lots on whlou these
Buildings stand, whlc will be sold separately,
have, aa a whole, the following boundary: north
on land now or late of Dr. Legare west on Anson
street, south on Ellery street, and east on land
now or late of esta'e of Jones. A plat ci the :
same can be seen at my office.
Terms-One-third cash; balance on a credit of
one and two years, secured by tond of purchas?
er, mortgage or property aold, and assignment of
the policies of insurance. Purchasers to p y for
papers, stamps and taxes for 1872.
WM. J. GAYER,
MACQUEEN & BIECKE
Tl/ILL SELL AT AUCTION ON WED
YV NESDAV, the 28th day of February, 1871,
(If not previously sold at private sale (a First-class
BAR-ROOM, known as the Atlantic House, No. 81
East Bay street, at 10 o'clock A. M.
The above ls a well known stand,and ls In every
way complete that belonga to a Bar.
Will be sold on account of the proprietor leav?
ing the State, and for no other cause
The place can be seen at any tune during the
By W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BB?N8,
STORE No. 237 KING STREET, BE?
TWEEN Market and Beaufatn streets.
Will be Bold on THURSDAY, the 29th instant, at
the Old Postoffice, at ll o'clock.
That noe three-story BRICE STORE, with Iron
front, now used aa a carpet emporium, and
known aa No. 237 King street. This spacious
establishment measures 27 feet front by 186 feet m
depth, and rents for $1800 per annum. Lot meas?
ures 27 feet o Inches front by 237 feet In depth.
Terms-Hair cash; balance in one, two and
tbree years, with interest, secured bv bond and
mortgage. Pu.chaser to pay us for papers and
By H. Ii. DeLEON.
SALE OF KING'S MOUNTAIN RAIL?
Theodore D. Wagner and Asbury Coward
Tros - ees, vs. the King's Mountain Railroad Com?
pany. -Fore closure or Mortgage
In pursuance or the terms of a mortgage execu?
ted by the King's Mountain Railroad Company, on
the 16th day of March, I860, and by virtue ol the
powerB therein granted,we will sell.at Public Auc?
tion at Charleaton, s. C, corner East Bay and
Broad streets, at ll o'clock, cn WEDNESDAY,
March 20, 1872, ^
The entire RAILROAD of the said Company, in?
cluding the bed and superstructures of Bald Read,
the materials need In construction-, the station?r
statlon-bouae depots, B to re houses, workshops
machinery and fixtures thereon, and all thean
ginee and rolling stock, together with all the
rights, privileges and easement belonging or ap.
pertaining to said Railroad Company.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay for papera and
THEODORE D. WAGNER,
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO?
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERAT?
By J. L. LUNSFOBD,
Mod Smith Street, north of Wentworth*