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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO.,
No. 140 East Bay, Charleston, S. a
Wit ?J)af teston $ttv?.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1872.
NEWS OB TBS DAY.
-Gold closed in New .York, yesterday
-Cotton closed quiet; uplands 22J, Orleans
23}c; sales 1034 bales.
-In Liverpool, cotton closed dull; uplands
niall jd., Orleans ll jd.; sales 12,000 bales,
-There are sixteen firms In New York who
deal exclusively ID corks.
-Judge Cole, of Atlanta, Ga., Is giving bur?
glars twenty-year sentences.
-Butchers in Columbus, Ga., are. by law
compelled to wear white aprons.
-In the Kentucky Legislature there are fifty
farmers ont of one hundred members.
-The marriage of the Marquis of Bute to
the daughter of Lord Edward George Howard
^announced to take place soon.
--The Georgia Agricultural Boele ty conven?
ed at Savannah yesterday for a three day's
session. Three hundred delegates are present.
-The.half frozen San Francisco passengers
have arrived at Chicago, after a passage of
twenty-eight-, days. They bitterly denounce
the management of the road.
-St. Louis lawyers are soon to appear In
court in black: gowns. They think such a cos?
tume will elevate their dignity, and inspire
the Irreverent client with awe.
-Generals Yon Mo!tko and Yon Roon have
been created life peers by royal decree, and
will. take seats in the Upper Chamber of the
-The Baltimore papers announce the death
in that city, on the 19th, of the eldest daugh
ter of the late Chief Justice Taney, relict of
J. Mas?n Campbell, Esq., of the Baltimore bar.
-A cable dispatch states that General Sher?
man and Lieutenant Grant will go fr om Naples
to Egypt, and, after making a trip through
' that country, will return to the United States.
-St. Louis and Chicago always have an
issue. Now it Ie which is the sickliest, and
Chicago ls abe ad with one hundred and Uurty
?Jght deaths in the'last week, of which ell
teen were from small-pox, as against seventy
in St Louis and no small-pox.
-While the Emperor of Brazil was In Eng?
land he arranged for a scheme of colonization '
of Brazil by English colonists. One thousand
two hundred and fifty square miles of Brazil- 5
lan territory are to be first taken up, and lt is 1
proposed to send ont 10,000 emigrants an- i
? nualy, the port o? embarkation being Bristol. j
-As clergymen who do their duty run almost
as much risk as medical men, lt may be con- \
soling to them to know that, notwithstanding t
this disadvantage, they last a long time. The .
actuary of the Clergy Mutual Life Assurance,
In London, states In his last report that the
mortality of the clergy may safely be put at 1
twenty percent, less than that ol the rest of
-It Is stated that.the representative ol Ja?
pan in the United States desires to send Aileen
American ladles to his country to teach the i
English language and ordinary branches of ?
education. Nearly four hundred applications, y
mainly from ladles employed- in the depart- t
ments, have already been received. The pay (
ls $1500 per annum in gold, lor three years, (
and expenses to Japan and return.
-Secretary Bout well has received from an
anonymous party In New York $13 30, the E
amount, aa the writer states, of duties due on
articles brought through the customhouse
last autumn without being examined. The
tender, a female, adds: "Having some years
ago taken the oath of allegiance, I suppose lt
binds me to keep the revenue as well as all
other laws, and I therefore Bend this con
-The fund for the statue of Mr. Horace
Greeley, In New York, does not Increase as
promptly as the friends of this distinguished
gentleman might wish. It is true that fifteen
thousand dollars have already been sub
ecribed, but this sum is hardly adequate to the
importance of the movement. The amouu
called lor is thirty thousand dollars, and Mr.
Greeley's .legion of admirers should bestir
themselves to place that sum at the disposal
of the statue committee.
-The officers of the National Insurance
Convention u iL.? United States have issued a
circular letter to the governors of the various
States, calling for their co-operation in the
labors of the convention. This convention ls (
composed of the State Insurance officers of the ,
country. They seek to remove the chief evils (
complained of by life, fire, and marine insu- t
rance companies, and to promote a system of ]
reciprocity among the Insurance bureaus of t
the varlQjus States. They aim at the enact- i
ment by concurrent aotlon of the State so ver- j
eigntles of a law which would have the scope j
er a Congressional statute, just and Impartial, i
protect] jg the Insurance interests of the whole <
country, and infringing upon the interests or i
rights of no section. j
-Sportsmen are now having an exciting ]
time in Bnckingham County, Virginia. - A
correspondent, wrltiog nuder date of the 10th
instant, describes the great "pigeon roost" on
the old furnace lauds near Canton. He says
"Ihe area of the roost is lour square miles,
and to one who never saw a sight of the kind
lt is truly amazing. From one hour of sun
until night the air ls darkened with countless
thousands of the birds flying from all direc?
tions (south of the river) Inward lo the roost.
There is a grandeur indescribable in the mourn?
ful sound ol rushing wings as the trackless
armies, marshaled in the "viewless wind "
come sweeping to their bivouac. But the
evening sight ls not to be compared to that of
the morning when the pigeons are leaving the
roost. Bushing upward from the bushes like
columns ol bine smoke, the rays of the morn?
ing sun paint them with rainbow Huts, and a
canopy overshadows the woods like the sui
phurous clouds above a battle-field. Wheeling
in great divisions In the air, they divide, each
army to Its leader, and the beavens grow
lighter as they disappear lo refill their craws
-The last steamer brings the full text of the
fpeeches of Disraeli and Gladstone in the
House of Commons on the 6th lost., with 1
reference to the Washington Treaty. That of j
Mr. Disraeli was very strongly opposed to the
proposed "concessions" to America. He held
the English government directly responsible
for the unfavorable tum in the negotiations,
and criticised severely its sllenc* regarding
the "monstrous Interpretation placed upon
the treaty by the secretary of 8tate lor foreign
affairs, by the chief negotiator of the treaty,
1 and by the lord high chancellor of England."
! He thought the on'-y thing for the nation to
do was to tell tbe United States that lt
was Impossible to accept Its interpreta?
tion, and ask: It to cancel the document.
I Mr. Gladstone in reply stated it if there
was any. blame in the matter lt did not
belong to the commissioners, and defended
the government, from the aspersions of Mr.
Disraeli. He said that if there was one coun?
try in the world to which, in a negotiation,
England was willing to give more, and from
which lt was disposed to exact less, that coun?
try was the United States ol America. It was
upon that principle he was desirous to Justify
the remarkable concessions which are made In
the treaty of Washington. In regard to the
claims for indirect damages he was as
uncompromisingly opposed as any one, but de?
sired to do all that could be done to preserve
peace and uphold the national faith and honor.
Both speakers were loudly oheered ail Inter?
Tho Blue Ridge Infamy.
The Senate of South Carolina seems eager
to outstrip the corrupt and degraded House
of Representatives in the readiness with
which it gives its assent to the gigantic
jobs of?public plunder which the merciless
schemers of the Bing have been busily con?
cocting. The shameless Blue Ridge bill is
now substantially passed by both Houses.
We trust it wHL encounter the Executive
veto.. And, even shonld that be unavailing,
the Act will have to run the gauntlet of the J
Neagle and hts "Average?."
The "cheek" of the carpet-bagger has be?
come proverbial throughout the land; bot
perhaps tbe most remarkable instance of
personal and official effrontery known even
in the annals of South Carolina carpet-bag -
gery, was the speech in which Mr. Comptroi
ler-General Neagle last night sought to per
suado the dusky majority of th6 Rep r ese u t
atives that a tax of fifteen mills was, in point
of fact, hardly more than eight mills, after
ail. But the Representatives will do well to
heed the gentle admonition of Mr. Bowen.
They will find it difficult to make the tax?
payers understand Mr.' Neagle's beautiful | \
:heory of averages.
Shjsll we say, "Postmaster Pillsbury.'1 |1
Mr. Gilbert Pillsbury is evidently en-1J
imored of Charleston. People wondered
>vhy, after the Mayoralty was given to
mother, he tarried amongst us. Bat \
bey need wonder no longer. The secret *
s oat His energetic soul yearns for the f
abora, the responsibilities and the emolu
nents of the berth now filled by that sterling
.lepublicao, Mr. Stanley 6. Trott. And the
ix-Mayor is industriously at work among | C
ils loyal brethren in Columbia, with a singlo
?ye to the coveted place. Will he get it?
rVe do Dot kllOw. But at all events it is
l?ffie comfort to reflect that Mr. Pillsbury is
lot the worst man whom the Mackey Ring
night have picked ont to take care of our
)03toffice. There Is no lack of office-hungry
gentlemen, white and black, high In the
avor of "The Party," whom it would have
)een cruel, in the lost degree, to expose to
he terrible temptation involved in the ma
lipulation of money letters, 8tamp3 and
The Trouble with England.
It is evident from trustworthy English ad
rices that the misunderstanding between
fohn Bull and Brother Jonathan is some
irhat more serious, in some of its aspects,
han it has hitherto been deemed on this Bide
>f the Atlantic. The well-informed London
correspondent of the New Tork Tribune
>nt8 the English view of the matter io a nat
theil when he says: "The American papers
'seem under the impression that England
'threatens to dispute the award of the Court
'or Arbitration, in case that award should
'include an assessment for indirect darna
'ges; whereas the truth is that England
'does not mean to proceed with the arbitra
'tion unless our claims for indirect injuries
'are withdrawn. When she shall have said
'that officially it will be open to us to reply
'that tbi3 arbitration was her proposal, not
'ours, and that if she does not" choose to
"falUl it we can wait The Alabama claims
'will keep. The failure ol an arbitration so
"happily conceived and so promising for the
"world, will be a calamity. But if Great
'Britain insists, she must have her way
'There cannot be an arbitration with only
'one party to it"
The Next Archbishop of Baltimore.
The New Y/ork Freemahs Journal, an un
lsually good authority on the subject, says it
nay be taken for granted that after the funeral
)f the late Archbishop Spalding, of Baltimore,
lie BlBhops of the Ecclesiastical Province of
Baltimore, who were there present, discussed
ihe matter of the succession, and most proba
)ly agreed on the list of three names, whom
:hey would propose and recommend to the
Holy See, as the most fitting candidates for
me vacant office. It further states that the
Catholic clergy and laity most likely to know
.he truth, in a matter not officially made
mown, coincide In believing that the Bight
Sev. James Roosevelt Bayley, for eighteen
rears past Bishop of Newark, N. J., will be the
?ext Archbishop of Baltimore.
Our readers may, therefore, safely set down
til other reports as mere guesses without any
The Bourbon Line.
Fortune blows hot and cold upon the Comte
le Chambord, his uncrowned Majesty, Henry
7. One dey, as we learn through cable, many
members of the old French nobility visited
Antwerp, to pay their respect* to the Comte.
The next day, on the contrary, we read that a
large number of persons who are opposed to
bis presence in Antwerp, gathered near his
residence and made demonstrations against
him. The trouble with this exalted personage
is, that while he listens placidly to the ancient
noblesse who represent the ideas that have
driven his lamily from their throne?, he affects
to despise the wishes and protests of ihe other
clo83. It is a hard lesson ior Henry V to
learn-that the world, and especially France,
caa survive without him. He ls Indeed a
Bourbon, who has proved himself not unwor?
thy of the triiaition of his race.
The public thanksgiving In honor of the
restoration of the Prince of WaleB to health
has not yet been held, bot the tide of loyal
sympathy has already subsided, and, if we
may credit Mr. Bradlaugh, even a reaction has
set in. This noisy representative of the most
turbulent faction in the Republican movement
in England writes a letter to the New York
World, detailing the incidents of a lecturing
tour in the North, where he found a "strong
"minority" ready to applaud his moBt r?volu
tlonary doctrines, and io Lancashire, Man?
chester and Sheffield, where he spoke with
great effect in the halls of the Trades Unions.
Ur. Bradlaugh is the most practical in his se?
dition of any of the Republican speakers in
England. He does not court maxtydom, like
Mr. Odger, or trust too implicidly to the good
temper o? his audience, like Slr Charles Dilke.
But collecting a tew hundred "faithful friends,"
who, he assures us, were "men of peace," but
yet "strong enough to render fighting unpleas?
ant," he said his say at Manchester, even
forcing applause when he "attacked the
"Prince of Wales,"-and received cheers when
he "struck the crown." Bradlaugh dates ihe
revolution within the two following years, in
which time he expects to make the House of
Lords elective, turn out the Bishops, and
change the whole method and scope of legis- j
iatlon as It now exists. This ls a told prophecy,
since lt refers to a period close at band; but
he professes to believe in the constant and
rapid increase of the proletariat minority.
iii ar nco.
SINKLER-BROOK.-On February loth, at st.
Clement's Church, Philadelphia, by Rev. William
Herbert Norris, Dr. WHARTON SINELSB and ELLA,
daughter of John Penn Brock, Esq. *
inner al JR ot i ree.
?53-THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintances of JOHN H. SCHREINE*, SR., and
family, are respect fully invited to attend bis
Funeral Services, at st. John's Lutheran Church,
(Archdalestreet,) THIS MORNING at io o'clock.
?WTH'S FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT?
ANCES of Miss UART Z. CANUCK, and Mr. and
Mia H. Blois, are respectfully invited to attend tho I
Funeral Services of the former, at st. Mary's I j
Church, THIS MORNI.NO, at 0 o'clock. feb24-?
??-THE FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT?
ANCES of Captain JOSEPH MATTE are respect
iuily invited to attend his Funeral Services THIS
MORNING, at the Cathedral Chape.', Queen street,
?8 o'clock. Ieb24-?
?."DIVINE SERVICE WILL BE CON?
DUCTED in tbe Orphan's Chapel on SABBATH ?
AFTERNOON, at baii-f?it 8 o'clock, by the Rev. r
V. O. PRENTISS. feb24 t
?J*-THE MARINERS' CHURCH WILL
>e i pen for Divine Service every SABBATH MORN
NO, at half-past io o'clock, corner of Church and
Vater streets. Services by the Rev. W. B. TATES,
Jhapiain. Sunday School at half-past 3 P. M.
??-TRINITY OH?BOH.-B IS H 0 P
VILLI AM M. WIGHTMAN, D. D., will preach To
loRRow MOBKIKO at half-past io o'clock, and
lev. R. D. SMART at night, at hair-past 7 o'clock.
unday-School in the afternoon, at half-past a
DUROiL-Taere will be service in this Church
O-MOBROW MORNING, at the ?au?! hour, and lo
ie EVEKING, at naif-past 7 o'clock. Preaching I ?
j the Rev. G. R. BRACKETT. The public gene- | q
ally, and strangers especially, are cordially in
lied to attend._feM4-f4?
?W UNITARIAN CHURCH,-DIVINE
ervice will be held in this Church TO-MORKOW
IORSIKG, at half-past io o'clock, and In the EVE
INO at half-past 7 o'clock, the Rev. R. P. CUT?
ER otu cia ti og. All strangers are cordially in?
ned to attend. Subject for the evening dis
ourse: "That all men should honor the Son,
ven as they honor the Father." feb24
fS* CONSIGNEES' NOTICE.-CON
IQNEES per Schooner JOHN SLU.-MAN, Adams,
laster, from Boston, are hereby notified that she
? THIS DAT discharging cargo at Middle Atlantic
Vharf. All Goods remaining on the wharf at
unset will be stored at risk and expense or j
wners. Consignees will be required to give re
elpts ou wharf. COHEN A WELLS,
feb. 4-1 Agents.
?A" FRESH VACCINE JJ ATTER,
TAREN FROM THE ARM,
FOB SALI AT
BURN HAM'S DRUG STORE,
Ko. 421 RING STREET,
febl2-lmo CHARLESTON, S.]0. | j
?WDONT WAIT FOB A COLD TO GO
way of Itself, for your throat and lungs may be- I
ome so irritated and Inflamed from the accom ~
any lng cough, that Bronchi: as or Consumption ti
lay set in before you are conscious of ranger, s
lather get clear of your edd by using DR.
AYNE'S EXPECTORANT, a good remedy for
o osen in g a cough and promoting expectoration,
md for healing and strengthening the surfaces
f the throat and lungs. Sold everwhere.
'HILiP WISEMAN A CO., Wholesale Agents, I ?
marleston, S. C. ' feb23-thstu3 | h
p?-THE CHARLESTON CHARITA
ILE ASSOCIATION, FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
FREE SCHOOL FUND.-OFFIOAL RAFFLED | }
CLASS No. ce j-MORNING.
CLASS No. 368-EVEN'KQ.
9- 65-52-49-64-70-69-77-60- 9-25-63
AB witness our hand at Charleston this 23d day
ii February, 1872. FENN PECK,
oct3 Sworn Commissioners.
ON MARRIAGE. "83^ \\
Happy relier for Young Men from the effects
it Errors and Abases la early ure. Manhood re
tored. Nervous debility cured. Impediments 11
o Marriage removed. New method of treat- | o
nen:. New and remarkable remedies. Books
ind Circulars sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad. j t
tress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South c
Hath street, Philadelphia. Pa. ootia 11
AT A REGULAR MEETING OF
he Board of Commissioners or the Almshouse,
leid on the 5th Instant, the following Preamble
.nd Resolution were unanimously adopted and
irdered to be published :
Whereas, The City council having materially
educed the appropriation for the support of thc
llmshouse fur the ensuing year, the Board or
MmmlsBloners, In order to make the appropria
lon meet the requ..ements cf the helpless poor or
be city as far as possible, reel themselves com
lelled, lo the discharge or their public duty, t
equtre a more rigid inspection or the condition
r those obtaining out-door retell; therefore,
ie it "
Resolved, That from and after the first day of j
larch, ensuing, all out-door releir win be dis
ontlnued, except to such as may present new
.ppllca lons, said applications to be recommend
Ml by two imm0dlate neighbors of respectability,
rho shall certify to the worthiness or the appll
ant as well as to bis or her Incapacity to earn a
Ivellbood. in case the applicant shall be Inca
mcltatcd from earo ug a livelihood, either by
dsease or permanent disability, the cert! a cate or
i physician. In good standing, will be required.
til applications (or relief will also be required to
ie attested by au Alderman or the Ward in which
he appilcmt resides. Blanks will be furnished
w tue Master on appl.catlon to him at tue Alms- I
louse. C. B. S1GWALD, | F
Secretary and Treasurer.
Cn ar les ton, Feb. 7, 1872. feb9-4rmw4D5
UNION, No. 4A-The Regular Monthly Meet?
ing will be held THIS EVENING, at half-past 7
o'clock, at Uall over Wilson's Grocery, King
street. ED. B. BRADLEY,
ALMETTO STEAM FIBE COMPANY.
Attend an Extra Meeting at e o'clock THIS
By order of the President._feb24
YOUNG MEN'S FREETHINKING AS?
SOCIATION.-Attend your Regalar Weekly
Meeting TO-MORROW EVENING, at 7 o'clock.
By order ol the Prealdent. L. SEATER,
DAN LODGE, No. 93, L O. B. B.-THE
members of all the Degrees are most re
spectrally invited to attend a Special Meei log, at
the Hebrew Orphan Bail, on SUNDAY MORNING,
February 26th, at ll o'clock. The committee on
Testimonials will offer their report, and the pre?
sentation will take place.
By order of the President. B. RICE,
feb24-? . Chairman of Committee.
THE CONVENTION OF THE VARIOUS
Societies of the city, having adjourned on
Thursday nU'ht, will meet on MONDAY EVENING,
February 2fl, at half-past 7 o'clock, at Liberty
Hall, Morris street. All the Delegates are re?
quested to be present.
Other Societies not represented In the Conven?
tion are Invited to send a Mala Agent, or a Male
Delegation of six, with one dollar to defray ex?
penses. Delegates are requested to wear a
White Ribbon Badge, and required to bring their
credentials. By order of Chairman.
E. M. CLARK,
WANTEDTAT NO. 6 WENTWORTH
street, a walting boy with good recom
WANTED, A GOOD WASHER AND]
Ironer, and do housework. Apply at Mo.
Mg King street._feb24
WANTED, A COLOBED BOY TO AT?
TEND to horses and make himself useful.
Apply with recommendations at No. 1 Trapman
WANTED, A GIRL TO TAKE CARE
of a child Must come well recommend?
ed. German preferred. Gall at No. 107 isaat Bay.
WANTED, A NURSE. APPLY AT
northeast corner Radcliffe and Rutledge
WANTED -EVERYONE TO KNOW
tbat all kinds of STENCILS are Oat at Ko.
107 fast Bay. Name Plates 60 and 75 cents.
A YOUNG LADY WISHES A SITUA
rV TION as Teacher of the English Branches,
m a healthy section of country. Address E.,
:hrough Charleston Postofflce. feb23-5
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House In the central or western
ian of the city. Address *'Q," at this office, stat
ng location, terms, Ac. lebS
WANTED, $5000 WORTE OFSECOND
hand Furniture, in lat ge or small quanti?
les. The highe t market value will be paid. Ad
tress P. O. Box No. 122, Charleston, S. c.
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warranted
ie wing Machine in the market ls the HOME SHUT
? LE, price $26 and $87. Can be seen at the Gene
al Agency, No. Ol Hasel street, opposite Express
ifflce. T. LBISSELL. Jaol2-6mo
ITT-ANTED, EVERYONE TO KNOW
W that FLETCHER A GURNEY, at the Little
?tore around the Corner, No. 98 Market street,
ave constantly on hand a splendid assortment
t New York and Domestlo POULTRY, GAME
iND EGGS. Also a One lot of Sngar Oared
lams, Primo Goshen and Family and Country
latter, Beer and Pork Sausafe, Cheese, should
rs. Sides, Dlpa, Cellery, Egg* and Lard, GAME
specialty. Their motto : The Best and Cheap
st. Remember-the Little Store round the Corner.
A CAB LOAD OF WELL BROKE
IX. MULES, Juat arrived, at Kentucky Mnle
ot, ror cash or olty acceptance. R. OAKMAN.
FOR SALE, THE GROCERY STORE
at the corner of State street and Unity
ney. Rent reasonable. - Cheap for cash. In
aire within. feb22-thata4
4 BARGAIN 1-TO PRINTERS AND
JL IM IO RHIN HEIRS-L ftqgglM Wood Frame
aper Cutter, will be sold low lor cash, ls v
nw. cuts 28 inches, and has ?? ?Alja kni/sT"*. -
:urgc for paokage. Price $40. Apply at THJ
BWS Job ornee. mar2a
RO RENT, TWO OR THREE ROOMS,
with or without kitchen. Apply southeast
iirner Morris street and Rutledge avenue.
RO RENT, A GOOD BUSINESS STORE
and Bar Room, with all fixtures complete,
jqaire a-. Nu. 67 Rutledge street, ab.ve Line.
RO RENT, TBE SMALL STORE AND
DWELLING, No. 418 King street. To an ap
roved tenant terms moderate. Apply at north
list corner Glebe and Wentworth street.
?TORE TO RENT IN AUGUSTA, GA.
j The STORE No. 230 Broad street, under the
entrai Hotel, the beat bualness stand In the city,
ny oue wishing to secure a sp.endld business
tanti, and the freedom of a Democratic City, will
lease address PETER KEENAN, Augusta, Ga.
firm OD CUB.
Chimney Contractor for Ward 2, has re
loved to No. 12 Weat street. feb24-l*
REMOVAL OF APOTHECABY STORE.
JO-EPH DAWSON, Chemist and Apo: he
ary, has removed Irom No. lol Meeting street to
tie Northeast Corner of Q teen and Church
treets. under the bid Commercial House, and
ext ti st Philip's Church. feb24sm-3
tost ano .ferino.
LOST ON BROAD STREET, BETWEEN
Meeting and Trapmann streets, a Gold En
celled BRACELET. The value In money will
e paid the finder by leaving lt at this^iUce.
LOST, A NOTE FOB $287 50, AT FORTY
days, drawn by J. C. Clawson in favor of
v. J, Whipper, payable at either bank lu titi. city,
.ny person flnuing the same will please leave lt at
his office. Z feb24-2
RHE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
CHARLESTON, January 20,1872.
The attention of Depositors in the Savings De?
triment of this Company la particularly Invited
o the great safety accompanying the Deposits of
iavlngs made in this Institution.
These Deposits are regarded by the Board of
Erectors aa a Special Trust, and are invested
>nly in sound and valuable Securities.
In addition to this careful investment, Depoal
ors have, as a farther security, the Capital of the
?ompany, which la liable for their Deposits and
he interest thereon.
Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum,
ltber paid m cash QUARTERLY, or passed to
redit and compounded. F. A. MITCHELL,
^ F. CURTIS,
(SUCCESSOR TO E. N. BRODIE,)
LUMBER AND TIMBER DEALER,
WEST END BROAD STREET,
CHARLBBTON, S. O.
In hand, and receiving, a general assortment of
EDISTO RIVER LUMBER AND TIMBEB,
IN BAFTS. *
YELLOW PINE LUMBER AND TIMBER,
COT TO ORDER.
AGENT FOB MILLS.
2tgncnUu?, ^oxl\tn\inxet Ut.
FLORIST AND GARDENER,
SPRING STREET NBAB RUTLEDGE.
A choice assortment of ORNAMENTAL TREES
to.es, Shrubs, Fruit Trees, Bouquets, Camella,
'lowers, Greenhouse Plants. Ac.
Oatslotrnes can be got on the premises.
J an 24-58
^OADEMY OF MUSIC.
First appearance In this city of the undisputed
and Regal Queen of English Tragedy, the Great
SUPPORTED BT HER HEW AND MOST BRIL
. ? LIANT
NEW YORK STAB COMPANY.
SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24,
The Decorations need in the Celebrated Statue
Scene are furnished and arranged by Wm. J.
Trim, No. 243 King street.
Admission $1; reserved Seats 60 cents extra;
Family Circle 60 cents; Gallery 25 cents.
Tne sale of Reserved Seats commences this mor?
ning, 24th Inst., at Box Office, Academy of Music.
City Railway cars will be m attendance after
THIS DAT, FEBRUARY 24m, at 2 O'CLOCK
Admission $1 ; Children 60 cents.
No extra charge for Reserved Seats
^CADEI?Y OF MUSIC
FOR A SH6RT SEASON ONLY,
COMMENCING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26.
THE ABBOTT PANTOMIME TBOUPE,
FISK'S GRAND OPERA-HOUSE, NEW YORK,
Will present the
COHIO TRICK PANTOMIME,
With the Original Oast.
OHAS. ABBOTT BS.CLOWN,
Supported by a
TALENTED PANTOMIME COMPANY,
Admission $1. Reserved Seats, to be secured
it the Box Office, 25 cents extra. Family Circle
?a cents; Gallery 26 cents.
MATINEE ON SATURDAY, AT 2 P. M.
pu R I U BALL.
ANNUAL GRAND BAL MASQUE
THE HAEM O NY CIRCLE,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 26, 1872.
L ISRAEL, J. APPLE,
>r. G. PRINCE, R. L. DAVID,
>. JACOBS. A. A. GOLDSMITH,
DR?CKER, LOUiS COHEN,
I. TRIEiT. L. D. SB APIRA.
JUNIOR MANAGERS :
?, H. COHEN, A. SECKENDORF,
. STRAUSS, L. FUROHGOrr,
,OUIS ELIAS, J. GOLDSTEIN,
. J. LOEB, J. SPRING,
S. D. EPJTIN.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS :
B. RICE, Chairman.
. H. LOEB, LEWIS ELIAS,
>. BENTSCHNER, A. R. LEWITH.
Tickets can be procured from the abova Com?
These CHEAP but durable and beautiful Plc
ires can be obtained at the lowest rates at
OUDEB'B FERROTYPE GALLERY,
No. 266 KING STREET, OPPOSITE HASEL,
NEXT DOOR TO
SOUDER'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY.
Ight Cartes de Visite, One Dollar.
Four Bon Ton's, One Dollar.
Thirty-two Gems, One Dollar.
Sixteen Extra Gems, One Dollar.
A beantlf ul LARGE SIZE PICTURE, with Frame,
ne Dollar and Fifty Cents.
Pictures taken as well in cloudy weather ai in
No. 266 KING STREET, OPPOSITE HASEL.
ABATES I CRATES 1 CRATES 1
i hereby Rive notice to all parties in want of
EGETABLE ORATES that l am prepared to get
lem out in large quantities, and ail would do
'ell to cali and examine for themselves before
Orders respectfully solicited and promptly filled.
Lumber of all descriptions and Plastering Laths
onstantly on hand.
JOHN C. MALLONEE,
Office and Yard, Horlbeck's Wharf,
East aldo Washington street,
febl N'enr Northeastern Railroad.
A DMLNISTRATO B'S NOTICE.
fx. Whereas, Letters of Administration upon
ie Estate of JAMES M. CALDWELL, late or
harleston, S. C., have been granted to the sub
criber, all persons indebted to the said Estate
re requested to make Immediate payment, and
lose having claims against the same will make
lem known without delay.
ANNE F. CALDWELL,
JDWQI, ?remuais, Stt.
J. L U H N,
MPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
io. 450 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now m Stock of my own Importation,
.OW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Put tey'a Cold Cream,
ingllsh Dalby's Carminative, British Oil, Roche's
Embrocation and chiorodyne.
ILDEN A CO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS
Pharmaceutical Preparation!, Sugar-coated
Pills, AC. AOBNT FOR
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AOBNT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA FOR
IB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical Instruments and Goods of loreign man?
iac ture imported to order.
My Dispensing Department ls complete, em
racing au New Remedies.
A full assortment of Trusses and Bandages al
rays on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
ri tb accuracy day or night. Janiowfmly
GREENVILLE, S. C.
ta- Practice lu State and Federal Courts.
49- Special attention given to Collecting and
^JTTO A. MOSES, PH. D.
Geological Surveys and Maps promptly and
xactly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro
enies reported upon, and Working Plans far
iBhe-l. Separat ug and Metallurgical Pretes?
ts adapted to Ore Deposits. Special attention
a CHEMICAL ANALYSES Of FERTILIZERS
?rugs, Ores. Minerals, Ac. LABORATORY,
decMstutbsmo No. 28 George street.
jpOTATOES AND ONIONS.
1000 barrels POTATOES-Early Bose, Peach
Blows, Pink Eyes and Jackson Whites
100 barrels Onions to arrive by steamer Sont h
Caron aa, and for sale low from the wharf
by BERNARD O'NKILL, '
feb24-2_'_ East Bay.
JJ AMS 1 HAMS I HAMS 1
60 tea. JAMES-MORRISONS A OO.'S BRAND
60 tea E. L. A T. S. Johnson's Crown Brand
26 tes. Wm. Scanner's Brand
25 tes. Palmetto Brand
26 tes. Banner Brand.
All Canvassed and Choice Brands.
60 bads. Choice O. R. BACON SIDES
26 hhds. Choice Bacon Shoulders.
To arrive, m store and for sale Tow by
MACQUEEN A RIEOKE,
feb20-tntha3 Nos. SI and g Vendue Range.
JJ EIME EASTERN HAT.
For sale in lots to snit purchasers, per bark
Windermere, at Southern Wharf, .
febl JOHN H. HOLMES A 00.
rjlEA'S 1 TEAS ! TEAS 1
Our customers can be assured tnat we will not
be undersold by any bouse in the price and quail*
We are now offering a better article at One Dol?
lar per pound than ls sold in other King street
strifes at twenty-live cen ti per pound more.
We buy TEAS in larger quantities, and more
direct, than any other house.
Our TEA sales will average touble that of any
other bouse in Charleston.
Call and get samples.
We have made a specialty of TEA for a number,
of years, and can sell at a closer profit than any
No. 306 KING STREET.
English Gooseberries (lo glass)
English Plums (damsons)
English Oreen Gages
English Bed Currants
English Black Currants.
A full assortment of English JAMS, JELLIES
Ac, Ac, at
No. 80? LING STREET.
gUGAR AND MOLASSES.
78 hhds. New Orleans SUGAR .
48 hhds. Demerara Sugar
146 bois. New Orleans Molasses.
In store and for sale by O. F. WRITERS,
Jan24 Nc 180 East Bay.
LINLEYS CHEAP STORE,
NO. ISO KING STREET.
IO FIRKINS STRICTLY CHOICE ORANGE
Which will be sold at the low figure of
rfllRTY-FITE CENTS PER POUND, lt
THREE POUNDS FOR ONE DOLLAR.
Copartntreriips ano diaoointiani.
The firm of WM. ROAOH A 00., is dissolved
jy mutual consent. WILLIAM ROACH.
February 22, 1872._Ieb23-3
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-THE UN?
DERSIGNED, WILLIAM ROAOH and JOHN
RcID MOFFETT, have this day entered Into a
Copartnership under the firm name of ROACH A
tiOFFETT, for the parp?se of conducting the
General Snipping and commission business as
?eretofore, at the old stand, corner East Bay and
Adger'a South Wharf. WILLIAM ROACH.
JOHN REID MOFFETT.
February 22, 1872._feb23 8
T1HE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
J. CHARLESTON COUNTY.-Certificate of Lim?
ited Partnership between THEODORE G. BOAG,
DI the City of Charleston, lu the aunty and
ita e aforesaid, and ANDREW M. JACKSON, of
Augusta, In the State of Georgia.
To all whom these Presents shall come they are
co certify that agreeably to the act of'the Gene?
ral Assembly, of the State aforesaid, entitled An
Act to authorize the formation of Limited Part?
nerships, passed on the 20th day of December,
1837; and another, entitled An Act to extend the
Juration of An Act authorizing the formation of
Limited Partnerships, passed on the 18th day of
December. 184S; and another Act extending the
lame un tu repealed, passed on the 20th day of
December, 1866, THEODORE G. BOAG, of the
City of Charleston, m the County and State afore?
said, and ANDREW M. JACKSON, of Augusta, m
lae state of Georgia, have formed a Limited Part?
nership, as follows:
First. The Partnership ls to be conducted under
the name or Qrm of THEODORE G. BOAG.
Second. The general nature of the business in?
tended to be transacted ls that of a General Fac?
torage and Commission Business, In the said city
Third. ANDREW M. JACKSON, residing lu the
. ity of Augusta, ia the state of Georgia, ls the
Special Partner, and THEODORE G. BOAG, re?
siding in the City Charleston and State aforesaid,
ls the General Partner.
Fourth. The said ANDREW M. JACKSON, the
Special Partner, has contributed lu cash the full
ind Just sum of Five 'ihousaud Dollars to the
Fifth. The said Partnership to commence on
the twenty-fourth day of January, 1872. and will
term?nate on the first day of January, 1878.
in witness whereof the said. Partners have
lereunto set their hands and seuls, at Charleston,
.his, the twenty-fourth day of January, A D. 1872.
THEO. G. BOAG. [L.8.1
A. M. JACKSON. [L.S.]
Signed, sealed and delivered ia the presence of
R. S. D UK y KA, E. M. WHITING. J an 25-Se
gOLTJBLE PACIFIC GUANO,
On Upland Cotton, by one of the most experi?
enced und reliable Planters in Orangeburg Dis?
trict, letter on file in my office:
20 acres without Guano, 10 bales, 400 pounds
?0 acres with one Ton SOLUBLE PACIFIC
GUANO, 16 bales, 4.0 pounds each,
)r an increase or 2400 pounds Cotton on the 20
icres manured with Soluble Pacific Guano, which,
it the average price of 21 cents, shows a profit or
(624 for $66 laid out. J. N. ROBSON,
Noa. 68 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
&totttitM, Cifpwti, Ut. *
,_, J QCi i_ - j-?n_rj_i I_VJ<_< o^w.,- ,r?r\r ?M*?W??S*W'? '-' - i-OJ-u u' jinruli i ' " * *
?0GNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BEAN
. DY," IK U.S. BONDED STORES.
A TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BIT,
Offer tor sale from U. 8. Bonded Warehouse,
Oli?le*i COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT
varions vintages, la
Quarter casks ':'
. AMD .
Cases of one dosen bottles each.
QHOICE WHITE MILLING CORN AND
FLOUR, LANSING THIS DAY.
MORDECAI A GO., No. lio Ba? Bu, offer .for
sale Invoices O?olce WHITE MILLING CORN and
Extra FLOUR, landing this day. _
JJARMONY'S SHERRY WINE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale tn Invoice ol Choice HARMONY'S PALM
SHERRY WINE. . A. TOBIAS' SONS.
?O.OICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI, ? CO., No. HO East'Bar, offer for
sale an Invoice of Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di?
rect from Factory m Havana. !** ' ' ' -..
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale un Invoice or FIRE CRACKERS, landing thia
day. ? i . . I ...j
T7TNEGAB, PRUNES, WHITE WINS?
V . CLARET, AC.
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale VINEGAR^
Pron ea, White wine, imported direcK fronu
France. _ ', \ " . ' v
JgHGLISH PORTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS' soys, Agents or Messrs. Edward A
Geor re,Hibbert, of London, offer tor sale Hibbetrt's
PDRTfilt and Bass's PALE ALE-plats tut*
qoarta. ? . ??. . . ,; , febaa-smeav!
160 tons No. 1 PERUVIAN (Chinchi iauadi
GUANO, warranted pare, and np to standard.
For sale by HERMANN BULWJJSKLBy
febI7 Ken's Wharf.
QHttAP TTAMBt Cf?V.AV TTAMHT
DAVIS'S DIAMOND HAMS, 160 per pound.
New Tort Untagged Pig Hams,'!new and war
ranted, at 12x0 per pound.. . -
At W. H. WELCH'S, tt
Corner Meeting and Market streets. '
Goods Delivered Free of charge. , , ' ":
JJA1S1NS AT REDUCED PRICES.
Whole Boxes LAYERS at $8 36.
Half Boxes Layers at ta 60. '
Quarter Boxes Layers at $1 iff. ' -: ^"
.: At .' W. H. WELCH'S." :
QO?L 1 COAL I GOAL,1
100 tons Beat SYDNEY COAL, m lots to snit pur?
chasers, tor sale cheap to close oonslgnmerrt. 1;
Apply to HENRY GABO, . ;
reba Accommodation Wharf '
10 barrels^ of the Celebrated BEARGRA^S
Sugar, Candles, Starch, Bagging Twine, Soap;
4c., lecelved on consignment and for aale at
market rates by J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. ss Eaat Bay and 1 and s Altanilo Wharf. v;
L VERPOOL SALT, io fine sacks and good cr?
ier, ror sale In lots to suit purchasers. .?
feb8 _RAVENEL A Oft
y ERY PRIME SEED RICE.
1000 bushels very Prime SEED RICE, very pare?,
md free of red. Apply to
?. R. PRINGLE A SON, "
Jan27-stnth No. e Adger's North Wharf, j
^ iLTl SALTI SALT!
leso sacks Liverpool SALT, now landing fromV
3ark Windermere, for sale cheap from wharf in
ote to suit purchasers.
Apply to HENRY GARB, ',,
_feb8_Accommodation Wharf. '
J^'ORTH CAROLINA CORN WHISKEY.
it j 2 per Gallon, a Specialty. Guaranteed Paree0
lt WELCH'S GROCERY.
Goods delivered free of charge. deolO
?ACON, FLOUR, cte.
Choice BACON C. R. AND SHOULDERS,
Choice Dry Salt Meats,
Barrel Pork, ' Flak,
Axle Grease, Aa, Ac.
Choicest Brands WESTERN a a HAMS, CAD
rassed. Also Breakfast Bacon oonBtantiyHssv
We Invite purckaser8 to examine our stock.
MACQUEEN A REECKE,
Noa. 21 and 28 Vendee Bange
The undersigned has jost received a supply or
be Great Sonta American Cancer Remedy, GUN
JURANGO. H. BASE,
JaalS No. IQ Meetmg street.
Containing NINETY-NINE AND TWO-THIRD*
30 H) PER GENT. Soluble Matter. Warranted .roo
rom all Impurities. Prepared in flus oliy, an?
01 sale at the low price of FIFTEta DOLLARS
ie? ton, CASH. JOHN H. HOLMES,
P . WALL,
LIVE AND LEARN, DIE AND
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
No. 360 KING STBKBT, -,
Dyes and Cleans by means of steam, Gentle
a en's Ladles and Children's Clothes. Fine Laces.
?d Lace Curtains deaned and done np with the.
left or Manufacturers' Finish; Lace and Crape
iii awls and Kid Gloves Ci eau ed and Dyed. '
%g- Goods received and retuned by Express.
Jun22-lyr L BILLER. Proprietor
tDotctitg, Jimelrg, Ut.
XTTL, B L A C K 4 15 O >
NOS.606and 607 BROADWAY, N. T.,
lARGEST IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND
AND ALL KINDS OF
At the Lowest Prices.
CHARLESTON WHOLESALE AND RE?
'AIL MANUFACTURING CIGAR AND TOBACCO
To. 310 KING STBRST, THBXB DOOBS SOUTH 09
MEERSCHAUM PIPES a specialty, therefore
an Bell at prices to surprise you. suitable sor
J hr 1st mas Presents.
An extensive and complete assortment of ali
irtlclea m his line of business is kept constantly
m hand, giving a racinty of fining, wlthont de
ay, all orders extended to him, accompanied
mt h. cash, or draft on responsible houses lnjbe
tty. Purchasers are requested to examine ma
lerfect Stock before trading elsewhere,
proprietor or Emperor William Cigar Store*