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MW Mr. WILLIAM E. SIMMONS, Jr., and Mr.
JJ. H. PORTER, are the travelling agents for
THK NEWS, the former for lower and the lat?
ter for upper South Carolina.
Meetings Thia Day.
Young Men's Christian Association, at 8
Typographical Society, at hall-past 7 P. M.
Buist Chapter, No. 1, at hall-past 7 P. M.
Board of Examiners of Charleston County,
at 9 A. M.
POSTPONED.-The commencement exercises
of the Chrestomathie Society, which were to
have taken place last evening at the College
Chapel, were postponed on account of the
horrible weather until the same hour next
THE RURAL CAROLINIAN.-The March num?
ber of this useful publication is out, brimmlug
over, as usual, with practical hint* and valua?
ble Information for our farmers and planters.
The opening article is OD "The Value aad Im?
provement of Piney-Woods Land?.*'
FIGHT ON 'CHANGE.-A little before twelve
M. yesterday, Abram Stuart and Joseph Lord,
two colored boys, became engaged In a fisli- J
cuff at the corner of East Bay and Broad
streets. Stuart found himself worsted, and,
with bloody Intent, drew a large table-knife
upon his opponent. Tbe crowd attracted
Clues and Stars to the scene, and the com?
batants-were both taken to the Guardhouse.
CLUBS AND STARS.-The Major's Court had
but little to do yesterday morning. At the
Lower Guardhouse, there was not a case on
hand, and the docket from up-town was soon
disposed of by fining one or two contractors,
whose manner of carting away garbage was
not as cleanly as lt m 'gb. t have been. Offences
against the ordinances and the peace of the
city are now like angel's visits, lew and fdr
BABBEL-BOLUNO.-Charles Robinson, a col?
ored youth, was arrested yesterday morning
while rapidly trundling a barrel down Market
street, not for making a disturbance, but be?
cause the barrel, which formerly contained
whiskey, was the properly of another. It had
been rolled off, as many others had been, from
the store of Mr. C. G. Tolley, No. 73 Market
street, and the owner had watched the simple
manoeuvre of Charles with some Interest. The
prisoner was lodged lu the Guardhouse.
THETAIR SCRAPE.-Peter Ancrum, the col?
ored youth who was arrested while making
his exit in very questionable style from a win?
dow of the-Military Hall with a bag full ol
plunder, was examined yesterday before Trial
Justice Lovett. Peter established his good
character, and claimed that, the affair was the
result of his unfortunate situation. The value
of the articles appropriated by him having
been paid in full by his employer, the prisoner
was discharged to the satisfaction of all in?
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC-Tbe miserable
weather had Its due effect upon the theatre?
going public last evening, aui reduced the
audience at the Acalemy to an anatomy.
Like Barnum's, however, lt was a living one,
and the "Three Hunchbacks" was received
with storms of laughter and applause. This
afternoon at two o'clock the popular Abbott ;
Troupe will give a grand matinee for the
benefit of the young people, and this evening
the novel and favorite pantomime of "flick-1
ory ! Dlokory ! Dock !" will be presented.
THE "MEAN" WEATHER.-We received yes-11
terday, from Observer-Sergeant Evans, the
report of the mean barometer and thermome?
ter, the velocity of the wind and the amount
of rainfall for the month ot February, as
registered at the signal post In this city. The
mean barometer during the month was 29.99.
The highest,dally mean was on the 1st, when
It stood at-30.33, uni'the lowest on the 17th,
at 29.79. The mean dally thermometer was
highest oa the 6th, when it pointed to 63 deg., i
and lowest on the 1st and 31 at 37 deg., the
mean for, the month being 48 deg. 5'. Th?
heaviest rainfall during the month was on the
2d, being 1.42, and , the total reached 5.13
Inches. The wind during the twenty-nine
day s travelled 5390 miles, and was generally
from the northwest.
A CHA N O? EVIDENCE.-Thursday night
twoWall colored boys, named Alfred Flynn
and Paul Ray, offered for sale to Mr. J. Meyer,
jeweller, on King street, a handsome gold
chain for the sum ol five dollars. An Inspec?
tion of the chain roused the suspicious of the
jeweller, who, alter questioning the boys, de?
tained and reported them at the upper Guard?
house. They were here examined, and Flynn
states that he had bought the chain from two
other colored-boys, nam ?i Edward Bay and
GeorgeLartigue, forth* insignificantconsld-.
oration of fifteen cents .The two last mentioned
parties were sent after, and having been
brought to the Guardhouse under arrest,
were confronted with Flynn and his story.
They saw all was known, and confessed that
Fiynn had spoken the truth. They also ac?
knowledged that they had stole the chain
some time ago from the store ol Messrs. Wan?
den ? Co., No. 235 King street. The chain |
thus recovered was supposed to be worth
about twenty dollars. The four culprits were
brought before the^Mayor yesterday morning,
and there being no desire to prosecute them,
Edward Ray, Lar?gue and Flynn were sent
to the House or Correction for thirty days
under the vagrant law. Paul Ray being a
mere tool in the hands of the others, was dis
missed with a reprimand.
Hotel Arrivals-Starch 1.
W/'P. Baker and wife, Georgia, G. E. Stead?
man, Blackville; J. G. Pipkin, South Carolina;
W. C. Barr, Williamsburg; - J. F. Baker, Gra?
hamville; F. W. Farvey, Branchville.
Mrs. Agnes Smith, Eugene B. Smith, New?
ark; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sweet, Buffalo; J. w.
HoUenback and wife, Miss Carrie L. Wells, Z.
M. Fraser, Pennsylvania; W. R. Scofleld and
wife, New York; Chas. W. Lewis, Boston; S.
Clark, Bridgeport; J. Dunlap and daughter,
New York; J. F. Raya, Lake City; J. Warren,
H. Bylvester, New York; J. F. Redfield and
wife, Boston; D. D. Leary, New York; B. M.
Garring ton, Greenwich; J. P. May, Baltimore i |
H. 0. Hirsch, Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. D. P.
Ramsey, Miss Grace Ramsey, Miss N. Ramsey,
New York; Albert 8. Benton, Philadelphia; H.
Donaldson, Miss Stearns, Brooklyn; Mrs.
Clare, New Jersey; J. T. Boyce, North Caroli?
na, L. B. Tatum, A. R. Tatum, Virginia; F. M.
Wall, wile, child and nurse, Mrs. L. Scott and
daughter, New York; 8. G. Garner, South
Carolina; John G. Nichols, Indiana; H. G. Rob?
inson, Providence; J. H. Woodcock, Virginia;
Miss L. C. Marshall, 8. Shepard, wife, child
and nurse, New York; Wm. M. Wallace, Phil?
adelphia; Geo. W. i&sUaw, Louisville; W. A.
Beal), Augusta; G. Pomeroy, H. L. Stanton
and wife, New York ; Mr?. Pollard, Georgia; C.
B-flarrl?, Brooklyn; B. .Standford, New Jer?
The Court of Common Pleas -Before
The following cases were tried:
C. H. M iou, administrator of Bo bei t Cald?
well, vs. Opdebeck <fc Co. Verdict for plaintiff
for $1256, with interest from January 1,1861.
Emily E. Budd, administratrix, VB. Edw. M.
Baynard and B. J. Whaley, executors. Referred
to the Judge, who decreed for the plantiff
John Gibson, Son & Co. vs. G. Blecke & E.
F. Schachte. Beferred to the judge, who
assessed the damages at $660 70, with Interest
from the 15th of May. 1870.
The following cases are fired for Monday:
Esther Levy vs. the Southern Express Com?
A. H. Brown vs. Kirkpatrick & Witte.
John D. Warren vs. Joseph D. Aiken.
John D. Warren vs Wm. B. Minott.
The Importing and Exporting Company of
South Carolina vs. the South Carolina Ballroad.
Nathaniel Bloom vs. James E. Spear.
The Bank of the Slate vs. the estate of James
L. O'Hear, assignee of O'Hear, Roper &
Stoney, va. J. Fraser Maithewes.
Whaley ? Minott vs. Frederick J. Shaffer,
Ellison S. Kellt TS. Susan S. Keitt, admlnis.
Adjourned until Monday morning ten
THE HOME AND SCHOOL OE THE
Impressions of a Visitors.
We flnd.the following communication In the
New York Church Journal:
To the Editor of the Church Journal :
Knowing your readiness to publish any in?
formation tending to show what the church is
doing at home and abroad, I will communicate
briefly something which I have learned from I
personal observation in regard to a most in- [
teres.ing branch of her work in Charleston.
I allude to the Orphanage and Home School
for boys founded by Rev. A. Toomer Porter,
rector of the Church of the Holy Communion, j
and now maintained under his supervision in
connection with that parish.
Having passed a Sunday most delightfully
with his beloved and faithful brother, I glad-1
ly accepted his invitation to vitlt the school
on the following day. The bulldlnga devoted
to this purpose are Immediately adjoining the
church, and lu there are assembled, day by
dav, over two hundred boys who are recelv-1
lng, under competent Instructors, a thorough.
practic.il, and above all a truly Christian eau
cition. Out of the whole number of hoya who
are here belog trained, about ninety are also I
maintained at the institution, of whom forty
are unable to pay anything toward their own I
support, and the residue pay severally accord-1
log to their ability, from one dollar to twenty I
dollars per month, the latter sum being the
minimum required for the support of each I
boy. But I was informed thai very few of j
them were able to pay the full amount. And yet j
those who are thus maintained and educated
are the sons of men whose fortunes, only a few
years ago, could- have been counted by mil?
lions, lt la unnecessary to say more In order
to convince any one how grievous has been
the ruin which has been wrought in this I
portion of our beloved land. In view of this,
the magnitude of the work which Mr. Porter I !
has here undertaken strikes one very forcibly,
and especially in view of the actual dearth of 11
means at home with which to carry lt on. But 11
as be himself says, it was a work which was 11
imperatively demanded In order to prevent I ]
the waste and rolf! of all this yoong fresh life,
on which the future welfare ot the State must I j
largely depend. And so this devoted servant I i
of Christ undertook lt in faith, believing it to
be, as indeed lt ls, G:d's own work, and trust
lng that He would move the hearts of Chris-1 '
Han people elsewhere to furnish the means to j '
carry lt on. 11
The principal of the school is a son of the
Rev. Phillp Gadsden, lately deceased, who
was for many years a most able and esteemed
presbyter in this diocese. He is assisted in
the various departments by several male and I
t?male teachers, all of whom seem animated
reith a spirit of like earnest devotion,.a devo
Hon to the good cause in which they are en-1
[rage j. Oae of them, a gentleman from Al-1
bau v, N. Y., said he had never known a set of I
boys on whose perfect truthfulnesa he could I
rely so impl'cftly as those now under his I -
charge. Surely this spoke volumes for the
high tone of character which the parents of I '
these boys, once abounding io wealth, bull
no A- reduced to poveny, have been able to
Impart as an only gift to their children. [
In company with the rector I went through I
all the departments of the school, and had an
opportunity of seeing bow thoroughly the
boys are Instructed In all the branches of a
sound, classical and practical education. The
dormitories and dining hali and other home
arrangements of the school are under (he im?
mediate chat ge of a refined Christian lady,
the daughter ol' a former wealthy planter, who
seems, Hue all her associates, to have devoted
herself most heartily to the good work In
which she ls engaged.
But without going any further into details. I
is there not enouzh in the above statement of 11
facts to interest all whose hearts are open to I,
the claims which the church Is making upon I
us for the various portions of her one oommon :
work ? How can lt be otherwise ? These two
hundred boya who are thus being trained for I '
luture usefulness are the sons of our own 11
brethren--'Done of our b:>ne and flesh of our I,
flesh." And though born in many instances
to affluence, they are now, through the muta- '
tiona of life, almost wholly dependent on
others for their education and support. Can
any appeal come nearer home than this ? And
shad not the zealous mi elater of Christ, who I :
bas thus far struggled on with his good work
against so many difficulties, shall he not be I
cheered by the supply of means to increase its I
usefulness far beyond his utmost expectations? f
Applications are pressing upon him from all
quarters, and he has not the heart to reject 11
them. But he must have increased means io
order that the school may be enabled to meet
the demanda which are made upon lt. It ts
eminently a work of the chur "t in the best 1
interest of a reunited nation, and should re?
ceive the hearty support of all those who I
know neither Beet nor party in the one,
neither North nor South in the other, but who
love the one Hely Apostolic Church, and claim
to be citizens of one common country. C.
CAUGHT FOB ONCE.-"Pleasant weather, With
northwesterly winds, will prevail on Friday
from the Ohio Valley to the South Atlantic
coast," sadd Old Probabilities in his telegram
on Thursday night. The luckless people who
bad to be out yesterday morning and evening,
will all agree that this prediction was not veri- .
Qed. The day waa wet and disagreeable, and '
In the evening it stormed and rained and blew ;
In the wildest manner. It is hoped that the
venerable meteorologist will do better to-day, i
although he does not promise what might be
taken as flue weather for a picnic.
CHANGED.-The sale ot Jewelry, 4c., by
Leitch & Bruns, at the store of the late James
E. Spear, in King street, will not take place
this evening, but will proceed on Monday
evening at the usual hour.
FI'RCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co. advertise this
day the receipt of their first shipment of
Spring Goode. The latest styles of Spring
Dress Goods can be examined at their store,
No. 244 Klug street. feb29
FGRCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co. have received
the first shipment of Spring Cloths for Gents'
wear from 75 eenie up. Tailors will find lt to
their advantage to examine the goods.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co. most cordially
invite the Ladies of this city to give them a
call and examine the first shipment of Spring
Dress Goods. Also the fine assortment of new
Carpets as reduced; prices from.40 cents to $1.
NOTICE TO TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views of
Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
Btreet Bazaar. dec29
CROQUET! CROQUET!-The cheapest in the
city. Price $4. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
! FARXHAM'S FRENCH TOOTH LOZENGES, a
novel and pleasant dentrifice-the finest lo
the world for cleaning, beautifying and pre?
serving the teeth; endorsed by eminent den?
tists. Sold wholesale hy
Dowie, Moise A Davis.
At retail by
Dr. H. Baer, No. 131 Meeting street.
Chas. F. Panania, No. 123 Meeting street.
A. W. Eckel & Co., No. 215 King street.
G. W. Aimar, cor. King A Tanderhorst Bte.
G. J. Luhn, King street, corner John.
Vogt A Co., No. 277 King street.
Edwd. S. Burnham, No. 421 King street.
C. F. Schwegmann, cor. King A Broad ats.
Jos. Blackman, No. 36 Broad street.
0. A. Barbot, No. 48 Broad street.
Dr. E. H. Kellers, No. 85 Broad Btreet.
Dr. W. A. Skrlne, No. 260 King street.
Dr. Geo. Caulier, cor. Meeting & Society sis.
And other Druggists. feb20-3mos
CHELLLET'S PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair
warranted. These Gloves will he taken back
even after wear, for any imperfections, such as
tearing or ripping.
f Paris, 20 Bue de la Paix.
London, 53 Begent street.
AiEPOTS New York, 929 Broadway.
Boston, 9 Temple Place.
F?RCHQOTT, BENEDICT & Co., sole Agents
for Charleston._ _nov3-6mos
To BUSINESS MEN.-Save your money by
purchasing your Blank Books at the East
Bay News Boom. _ decl4s
ONE DOLLAR WRITING DESKS.-Superior to
any Bold heretofore. HASEL STREET BAZAAR,
and EAST BAT NEWS-ROOM. dec20s
THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS.-All
suffering from Irritation of the Tbroat and
Hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the
almost immediate relief afforded by the use of
"Brown's Bronchial Troches."
WHEELER A WILSON, Singer, and Grover A
Baker family Sewing Machines for sale at low
prices, fully warranted. These machines
have been taken In part payment for the un?
rivalled Weed F. F. and Letter G Silent Ma?
chines, and will be sold cheap to make room
for more offering, at No. 307 King street.
Jan27-sw_ _ _
By the Saint George's Society, at
Meeting on the 24th Feoruary, A. D.
"PaZliaa Mors oquopulsat pede pauperum taber?
Regumque turres.? * *
Death alms his shafts at all alike. We live,
Indeed, in fear and tribulation. Onr late fellow
member, Francis J. Porcher, by the dispensa?
tion of oar Maker, bas been taken Budden ly from
his world's life. Our whole community mc urns
his losa For he was indeed a friend, and Illus?
trated the character of a citizen. His counsel,
his sympathy, tb? fullness or his means, were his
constant offerings at the shrine of Friendship.
"Non tile pro carts amiets, nee patria, timtdus
pertre." Alas ! be ls In the silent tomb. The
green sod ls on him. We cannot awake him. lr
we could, how would his manly heart mourn for
the sorrows ot his friends, and fir our sakes he
might wish to return among us. But "Above''
ire there not "many mansions ?" and may we not
riope that he lives forever, and ls happy ?
Resolved, That m his death the Saint George's
Society bas lost a highly honored and worthy
member, and will always cherish bis memory
with, affection and esteem.
Resolved, That we deeply sympathize with bis
Dereaved family lc their affliction, and that a copy
af this testimonial be communicated to them, and
idso be published in the dally newspapers.
H. PINCKNEY WALKER, President.
GEO. i:IVERS WALKER, Secretary.
Drags at tUhjoksale.
BUGS, MEDICINES, Ac,
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
Importers, Manufacturers and
CHARLESTON, S. C.
We beg to call the attention of Druggists, Phy?
sicians and Country Merchants to oar large and
complete Stock of all Goods usually kept m a
FIRST-CLASS WHOLESALE DRUG WARE?
HOUSE. We are Agents for the following houses,
irhoae articles we offer at Proprietors' prices,
ind solicit orders for them and other Gooda in
Ino. Wyeth A Bro., of Philadelphia-Elegant
Pharmaceutical Preparations: Beer Wine and
Iron, "Tasteless Cod Liver Oil," Pepsin, Bis?
muth and Strychnine, Ac, Ac.
nance Bros. A White, of Philadelphia-Standard
Solid and Fluid Extracts and Sugar-coated
B. Keiths A Co., of New York-Reliable Concen?
trated Tinctures and Powders.
Chas. Torchon, of Paris-Goyot's Solution of Tar,
Labarraque's Wine or Quinine, Belloc's Medi?
cated Charcoal Powder and Lozenges.
Qrtmault A Co., of Paris-Syrup or the Hypophos
phate Lime, Guaran?, Ac.
LI eb lg'a Texan Extract Beef.
Excelsior Spring Saratoga Water.
Long's Portable Soda Fountain-all complete In
one Sllver-Plated Draw Stand.
Hoffman's Patent Spring Show-Caaes-all kinds.
We are Proprietors of the following, which we
offer with confidence as being equal to any simi?
lar Preparations in the market:
Sumter Bluters-The Great Southern Tonic
noise's Fever and Ague Pills-Warranted to
Moise's Liver Pills-Purely Vegetable
Moise's Popnlar White Worm Candy
If oise's Horse, Hog and Cattle Powders
Moise's Mornlogstar Yeast or Baking Powders.
An invoice also of mixed Paints, all colors,
ready for use, in cases of from one to Ave p sands.
Cigars, tobacco, Ut.
ANTOTJE & CO.,
PROPRIETORS OF THE
HAVANA CIGAR FACTORY,
Having purchased the above named establish?
ment, and having all the facilities necessary, we
are prepared to furnish the public in general
with first-class HAVANA CIGARS, manufactured
from fine Vuelta Abajo Tobacco.
We will have a full stock constantly on hand.
Orders for special Brands filled at shortest no?
tice. I MANTOUE A CO.,
Nos. 114 and ns East Bay,
Charleston, s. c.
Having disposed to Messrs. MANTOUE A CO. my
right and title lu the Charleston Branch oil he
Havana Cigar Factory, LA VALENTINA, In retir?
ing from the above named business I return my
thanks to my friends and the public In general
for their kind patronage, aod solicit a contin?
uance of the same for my successors.
M. J. QUINTERO.
Charleston, s, 0., Feb. 12, 1872. febii-tutbsim
3 J. Un ntl Vf ?3.: M
LIST OF LETTERS remaining In toe Postoffice
at Charleston, for the week, ending Marek 1,
1871, and printed officially la THE DAILY NBWS,
as the newspaper haring the largest circulation
in the City of Charleston.
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should state that they are "Advertised."
MW Office hours from 8 A. M. to OX P. M. On
Sundays, from s>? to SK P> M.
STANLEY G. TROTT. Postmaster.
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Anderson, Nan- Olivara, Nancy McMi.lau, Mag.
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Bote, Preston J HW W
Bowman, Chas Hegermann, H Plckens, Frank
Bradford, Capt J Hayward, Mani- D
M gault Plnkney, H G
Brunjes, Wm Hiera, John M Porches, Wm
Briggs, N S Uescnt, Sammy Poutray, Thoa
Brabham. Geo E tucson, J B Prince, Chas J H
Brurjsou.J Bovti Hlnekman, tG F Prlogle, M H
Brummer, J H Hilson, W O Pringle, Ail -y
Bryant, HB Hogan, Mr . Peck,John
Brllsrord, Mor- (Chnrchstreet) Quails, Jessie
ria Hoffman, F W Rantin, J M
Brown, John L Hoyatet. Econ Ramel, D
Brown, blas JJoirbe;,R chard Race, Ara
Butler, R Bull, A R W Reed, W T
Burch, Sam Hnglns, H O Kleppe, W
Bul winkle, J D Jackson, Ma- Roberta, J N
Burns, Adam rion Robertson, Mas
Burner, John O Jen kins, Dr Ed- ter B
Buggeler, John ward Robinson,
Capers, J T Jones, R W Flank
Campbell, Rev Johnson, Isaac Sargent, James
Smart Johnson. Rob sack, H O
Callaghan, B ert (coi'd) Sanders, j s
Cahill, John Kennedy, John Sanders, E c
Gannon, James Kenne, John Schroder, O
Chambers, John Krelsteln, Rebt sbaty, isaac
H Kinloch, Jack Scott, Rev Hen
Chaplain, R A Kitchens, JJ ry
Chariot), John Klencke. John Schle?smeyer, A
Chambers, John Klttyle, Francis Semken, John
A Kilpateln, L F Seabrook, Tom
Chichester, Wm Kuch, Sch my W
A Lange. J E Seebeck, J H O
Clark. John Law, John H Shaw, Wm
(col'd) Lafourcade, L V Simona, S L
Codes, George R Slnkler, Chas E
Connell, Will M Lawson, Wm Simons, Isaac
Collins, Joseph Lehmkuhl, E F Simmons, Hen
Oolllns, E M Leffmann A Co, ry
Cooper, GM A Singleton, Al
Crompton, J D Lenar, Ohas W fred
Coben, O N Levy, James E Sly, John
conner, James Learey, Dennis Smith, suer
E Le?aban. Jerry Speucer, Rich*
College, Stephen Legare, E S ard
Cotbmghahn, H Linsebrink, J B Strack, Crlest
M Llpplncott, H B Steinkamp, Her
Creedoo, Wm Louis, L O mun
Crosland, Alex Lodge, R T Storrell, John
ander Long, Eugene Stanch, Mr
Crosby, Wm Lorld, Emil Stemmermann,
Days, Simmon Lutjen, B John
Dart, Jno L Maher, Daniel Stuart, Capt J H
Dargon, Mr L O Marshal, Ste- Steuben Jacob
Daniels, James phen Starr, Wills
Decampa, J Maloney, J S Stevens,Charles
Decker, o V Mathews, John Taylor, J O R
Deli z, Geo A H Thomas, J W
DeMartin, S Morton, Henry Traves, Thomas
Dent, James M Martin. WS R
DeSmelt, F Marchant, John Vauartsdalen,
Dehon, N Hus- Macbeth, James Geo W
ael Mathews, S J L Von Hollen, Jno
Dlnamore, J B Meldaw, John Voigts, Henry
Devine, stephen Mead, Wm Viohl, Henry
Donald, J c Mein, Leonar- Wallace, Wm !
Doerzaph, Paul di M
H Mitchell, Jno F Walah, Thomas
Draton, Rev R S Mitchell, Rev Washington, R ;
Drayton, N W Wm H Washington, !
Makin, Daniel Middleton, Dan-i John ;
Edwards, Isle lei Wades, John
Ehney, E W Middleton, An- [ Walton, Eugene ?
Engelbert. Geo drew Wal ion, John
P, HG Moody, H S WeBtpolnt. P W
Ferguson, Thos Moran, J P Weston, Mr (210 j
R Mood, Wm Coming street) .
Fincken, Albert Moore, Law- Wells, O H J
Fields, Wm renee White, O '
Flint, Johnnie Morrison, White, Ste
Fiagg, Archibald James phen
Flood, Law- Moluvlus, Hen- White, Ro
renee (col'd) rich bert
Foster, John W Muldoon. James White, James
Foster, T M Murray, Robt White, Mr (Mar- 1
Ford, James J Murray, Elija ket street) J
Fraser, Primus Muller, M Wilkerson, B ?
Fraser, James McCaffrey, Tim- Williams, Hen- J
Frost, Daniel odiy ry
Francia, H L Mcclean, M H wilson, Isaac
Gayan, L J McGoey, James wilson, Charlea
Gibbes, Cain C McKee, Wm W
Gilbert, TE Mci.am, Louis Wlnkler, G H E
Grovanelil, John McLean, C D Wot d, Jno A 1
Gould, iseaberry McMahon. W W Wright, Wm <
S Mclndoo, Geo Wright, Ed- <
Gowers. R Mcsweeney, ward
Gross, J Mason Daniel Wright, O H
Graham, Rev Ne-Jen, Johan- Yates, James
John nes A
Graham, Wm Nilsson, Chas j young, W C
Graves, John W Zealy, O G
Uradock, John Nielson, Chris- Zeigler, John 1
G tian IZelsler. G H
MW Persons depositing letters in the PoBtoffice
win please place the stamp near the upper right
hand corner of the envelope, and they wUl also
please to remember that without the stamp a let?
ter cannot be mailed, hut wUl be sent to the Dead
Afc\_^ X X Wt AW * rm. -.
Drugs ot ? iDrjoUsair.
MEDICINE, QUALLTZ..IS OF THE |
PHILIP WINEMAN & CO.,
DIRECT IMPORTERS OF
CHOICE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
NO. 35 HAYNE STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
PHILIP WLNEMAN. JOHN ASHH?B3T.
B?g respect folly to call the attention ofPbysl
:lans, Druggists, Country Merchants and Plant?
ers, to their extensive and complete Stock of j
mUQS, CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY, FANCY \
GOODS, GLASSWARE, SURGICAL INSTRU?
MENTS, PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS
AND PURE LIQUORS,]
All of which have been Selectol with great care
ind particularly with reference to quality.
Many houses sell Medicines and Pharmaceutical
Preparations with regard only to cheapness; this
we avoid doing, "quick sales and small pronta"
}eing our motto. Physicians and Country Mer?
man ts can rely on procuring at our establishment |
lone but pure and reliable Goods; and we fully
rnarantee every preparation that bears our label.
Mr. WINEMAN being a regularly educated Drug?
gist and Apothecary, takes especial charge of the
Being Agents for the most approved PATENT |
HEDIOINES, can offer them at proprietors'prices.
We are in receipt, by recent importations from
?urope, of the following Desirable Goode:
Howards A Sons' London CALOMEL
Herring A Co.'a Bine Mass
Herring A Co.'s Medicinal Extracts
Atkinson A Bigger's Iodide Potass
Sargs's Pore Vienna Glycerine
English Oonc'd Ammonias, In bottles
English Calcined Magnesia
Calvert's Carbolic Acid.
Together with a full assortment or AMERICAN |
CHEMICALS from the best makers.
We can offer with great confidence to the trade
he following Desirable Goods of-our own mann,
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS
Ext. Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight
Essence Jamaica Ginger
Crystallized Worm Candy
Infallible Congh specific
Improved Liver Pills.
The above articles are prepared with special ref?
erence to tue dla:asea they are Intended to cure,
ind are warranted In all caseB to give perrett
THE BEST STOVES,
AND THE CHEAPEST ABE
THE NOBLE COOK,
.ILVj CHALLENGE AND PAL?
THE BEST RANGES ARE
THE EMERALD, INDIAN QUEEN
AND HOT BLAST.
The Agents for the above are
J. B. DUVAL & SON,
Ko. 837 KING STREET,
feb27-tnthfl One door north of Liberty street.
tfiillirierrj, iUrjiie ?oo?s, Ut.
Ribbons, Millinery and Straw
WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, Ac.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR ft CO.,
IifPORTERS, MANUFATUBBBS ANS JOBBBBS
SONNET, TRIMMING, NECK and SASH RIBBONS,
VELVET RIBBONS, NECK TIES,
Bonnet Silks, Satins, Velvets and Crapes,
'LOWERS, FEATHERS, ORNAMENTS, FRAMES,
Straw Bonnets and Ladies' aod Children's Hats,
'rimmed and Untrimmed; and la connecting
Varerooms White Goods, Linens, Embroideries,
laces. Nets, Collara, Sets, Handkerchief veti?
ng, Head Nets, Ac, Ac.
fos. 237 AND 239 BALTIMORE STREET, BALTI?
These goods are manufactured by us or bought
Dr Cash directly from the European and Amort?
an Manufacturera, embracing aU the latest nov
Klee, unequalled lu variety and cheapness In
Orders filled with care, promptness and dis
Scots, filjoea, Ut.
Ko H.vs t KORXS I Konxs !
IF YOU ARE FITTED AT THE
'STAR SHOE HOUSE,''
No. H7 MEETING STREET,
louth of Market, Next Co-operative Grocery Store.
From experience and severe test, we nnhesl
atlugly affirm that the SHOES sold rrom the
'Star Shoe House" out-wear, give more eatlsfac
lon and comfort than any we have ever tried.
[Voice oj the Press.
We endorse the above, and add that, to the best
if our knowledge and belier, goods from the
.hove House are sold cheaper than from any
ither similar Store ' In The Wor.d."
DALS HALL, December 24, 1871.
W. 0. CHAPMAN A t-0.: GBNTS-I have worn
our W. Nailed SHOES eight months, still they
xe a9 good as new. Yon only warranted them
or six months. Z. L. COFr ER.
BBCS8BL8, November 3,1871.
Messrs. W. C. CHAPMAN A CO.: G IN TS-Dur?
as my tour in America, on a flying visit to
)harleston, by my request yon were pleased to
end ms several pair of your "GAITERS," all of
fh.ch I kept. I most return you my sincere
hanks (I was unable to obtain them lu any other
?tore) for never have I seen in ail Europe any
IHOE to Burpass or even compare with them,
'hey have been admired by every one Do
end me by European Express one dozen pairs
io. 1. . * * * . * *
N. B. These .are our "Excelsior Congress." the
Inest Shoes made, and sold at only $3 a pair
io lady should be without them. Sold elsewhere
rom $4 to SS.
ROKCK MILLS, S. C., December 9,1871.
W.O. CHAPMAN A CO.: GENTS-I congratul?
ate you on being proprietors ol the only sHOE
iOUSE in Charleston (The Star) owned and con
lucted by Charleston ians. My older WAS filled
o my entire satisfaction, and all the Shoes flt
leautlfuliy. Y?>ur low prices astounded me.
They are at least 20 per cent, below what I have
icen giving other dealers in your city. I assure
rou your selections pleased me better than if 1
lad been oa hand to purchase Individually. Per?
severe, and I only hope many more or our young
nen will follow y?ur example and energy, and
inc J again make old Charleston prosper as In
lays or yore. ****..*.**.
mya W ' GEN'L E. M. ?.******.
SHOES SOLD AT RETAIL.
Orders rrom the country filled promptly, and
The STAR SHOE HOUSE ls No. 127 Meeting
street, near Market.
LOOK FOR THE STAB (.)
W. C. CHAPMAN & CO,,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
w. B, BURKE. jane-sijr
IPrrj ?coos, Ut.
E W S T O B E !
1> R Y GOODS ,
FANCY COOD3 AND NOTIONS.
I have JUBt opened a KEW STOCK OF DRY
GOODS, Fancy Goods, Notions, Ac, which wm be
sold low for cash, at No. 888 KING STREET, be?
tween George and Calhoun.
mch2-stuth6_E. D, ANDREWS.
FL'RCHGO?T, BENE?ICT & CO.,
No. Q44 King Street,
NEW AND FINE STYLES OF JAPANESE
NEW AND FINE STYLES OF NILSSON
NEW AND FINE STYLES OF MOZ AMBIQUES,
NEW AND FINE STYLES SILK STRIPED
ELEGANT STYLES OF
MARSEILLES AND PIQUES,
In Plain, Flowered, Figured, Striped and Bor?
dered and Corded.
FINE 4-4 WHITE LINEN-BATISTE,
FINE 4-4 FRENCH BUFF LAWNS,
FUROHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
M3~ Samples given.
NEW AND ELEGANT PATTERNS
BLUE AND BLACK CLOTHS,
' A FULL LINS OP
TOWELS, DOYLIES, NAPKINS, TABLE
All In Latest Styles at very Low Figures.
FURCHOOTT, BENEDICT A CO.
CARPETS AND_ MATTING.
25 PIECES CARPETS FROM 40 CENTS TO 90
CENTS, WORTH 63 CENTS AND $126.
4-4 AND 6-4 WHITE AND CHECK MATTING.
OUR $1 25 INDIAN MATS ARE WORTH $2 60.
FURCHCOTT. BENEDICT A CO.
Having an experienced resident boyer In the
City of New York, who folly understands the de?
mands of this market and who ls always banting
up bargains, and buys of the very first houses
only, we can, nuder auch facilities, well compete
with any house North or South, and moat respect?
fully invite those In need of Goods to give na a
call and examine oar Stock and our prices, GCAR
ANTMING SATISFACTION AND WARRANTING goods
to be as represented.
firHpra frnmMia PfinnlTT. Will rCCClVO OUT b?Bl ,
attention. Merchants, Ummers, tatura, and all
others will do well by giving us a call before pur?
chasing elsewhere. Respectfully,
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
No. 214 King street, No. 241 King street, .
Charleston, S. 0. Charlestou, S. 0.
No. 437 King street. No. 437 Kin?; street,
Charleston, S. 0. Charleston, g. 0.
Ko. 4 Bay street, No. 4 Bay street,
Jacksonville, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla.
No. 22 White street. No. 22 White btreet.
New York. New York.
Shirts ano famishing ?coos.
Made to order of Beat Materials, and
WAHRANTED TO FIT.
Sent by Express, 0.0. D. to any part of the
country. Directions for measurement sent on
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Opposite the Market,
The Finest Sponge Batter
FOX'S CRACKERS have for over half a century
been held m the hlgheat estimation by the people
of the Eastern and Middle states. They are kept
for sale by all the leading Grocere ia NEW YORK
All articles used ia their manufacture are the
best and purest that can be obtained. The ma*
chlnery used was invented and patented by
ALL KINDS OF CRACKERSfJ
Li A N'S I NO? BURGH, N. T.
send for Price Lists, Ac I deliver goods 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 of the chics ia this
fehis-tathslmo LANSTNGBUBGH, N, Y.
agttum 9alt*^Sntaxt gog?.
(2 O VEEN il E N T SALE-Q?AETEEMAS
)i . TER and CoTrimltwy St?ret.
On TUESDAY, ?th instant, atmiMMit
No. 46 Wentworth street, at happait io o'clock,
will be sold, . ; 6?5u - ..
OFFICE FURNITUR H, Chain, Un Kc rm and Sae*
Goats, Blati fe eta, Tente, Corn Sacks, Wagons,"Sin?
gle and Double Harness, Carpenters'Tools, 20 .
kegs Nails, Horses, Mules.
A large lot of Sundries and three MILCH COWS.
mena_ ? -j
By W. Y. LEITCH & R, S. BRUITS, .
ESTATE SALE OF JEWELRY, SILVER?
WARE, Watches, Diamonds, Aa. by ?der
of the Administrator of the Estate of JAMES E.
Wdl be sold at the Store No. 207 King stree1;, on
MONDAY EVENING, 4th Instant, at 7 oWOflk,
The entire STOCK OF JEWELRY, silver-Ware,
Diamonds, Watches, Kings, Chota, Ac., Ac To?
gether wfth the Fixtures, Counters, Show-Onset,
ic ftc " . >i ~.\;:v. ;
Terms cash. Alf articles to be delivered the day- !
after sale._ . . . v, , nxbl ;
If. Y. LEITCH &R, S. BB?NS,
STORE AND DWELLING IN REAR OF
Gadsden street, east side, north of Bull street,
wm be sold on TUESDAY, Kn Instant, at the
Postofflce, at ll o'cloct,
That desirable WOODEN STORE AND TWO
STORY WOODEN DW ILLINO, la rear, situated
on the east side of Gadsden street, ?fewdoon
north of Bull. Let measures 45 leet front, by 106
feetindeptb. : . . ...,,.,-,..vA
Terms cash. Pnrohaser to pay us for ps pera
and: stamps. ; ^nchlAtog
THE UNITED STATES OF AMB?SH)AT
South Caro Ina District, Fourth Circuit
The united states vs. John Fraser A koo., James
Robb and c. T. Lowndes, Trustees-In Eculty.
Same va. same-Supplemental Bill. 1 ~
Pursuant to the order of the .circuit Court or
the Uni ted states made in the above stated cases,
the undersigned will sen at Public Aoottonrm
the City of Charleston, oa the second MONDAY of
April next, commencing at 10 o'clock A. M., ,7,,
All the REAL ESTATE set forth tad described
In the mortgage of 29th or Februar?. 18S8,made
by T. D. Wagner and W. L. Trenhoim to the .un?
dersigned as Trustees, on the following terms:
One third cash: balance in one and two yean,
secured by bond bearing m terese wlth,mortgt?e
or property and assignment of policy of Issu.
Burance. A fall description' of the' property 10 bo
hereafter given. JAMES ROBB, <?] Ti'"?mm
reb28 qT. LOWNDES, iTnMWT'r
On TUESDAY, March 6th, 1872, at 11 o'clock
A. M., the undersigned will sen at publlooutcry?
on Harrietville Plantation inst Paul's Pariah,
The PERSONAL ESTATE of tho late Ellas B.
Scott, cc ns is tin g principally of one pair or Maies,
a line stock or Cows, Hogs and' Sheep, Pian tulon
and Farming Implements, a Sugar Cane Cruder
and. Boilers, and the Corn Mill known aa the
We win also offer the LEASE of said Plantation.
Terms wul be made known at the sal? '_ "
JOHN E. POYAS, \ Sxpnntflr?
JAMBS PE KR Y, J EXECAT0,1*!.;
?TOTIOE-SAYANNAH AND CHARLES*
% TON RAILROAD COMPANY.
On and after TO-DAT, March 1st the Double,
Daily Trains on this Road win be resumed. ,
Dally Train leave Charleston.8.16 A. MV
Nlgnt Expre?s leave Charleston.....8.26 P. J?.
0. S. GADSDEN,
mchi-3 Engineer and Superintendent
OFFICE OF THE SAVANNAH AND
OHABLWrON, s. o., November 23,1871.
On ud after MONDAY. December the lith, the
Pa men ger Trains on this Road wul ran as follows: .
Leave Charleston dally. 3.25 P.M.
Arrive at savannah dally. 9.16 P. M.
Leave Savannah dally..1146 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston dally. 5.35 A. M.
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 8.16 AM.
Arrive at Savannah, Sunday a excepted. 4.16 p. M.
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted... 8.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exo'ted. 4M P. M
Freight forwarded dally on through bills of lad.
lng to points m Florida and by Savannah Une of
e tea m s tips to Boston. Prompt dispatch gives to
freights for Beaufort and pom ta on Port Royal
Railroad and at as low rates ss by any other line,
0. S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent
s. 0. BOYLSTON, Gen'l Ft and Ticket Agent.
10UTH CAROLIN A-RAI LBO AD.
CHARLESTON, s. c., December 23,18TL
On and after SUNDAY, December 34, the Passen
ger Trains on the Scut* Carolina Railroad will run
aa toiio wc :
Leave Charleston. a 10 A M
Arrive at Augusta..-..4L26p M
. roa COLUMBIA.
Leave Charleston.8.10 A X
Arrive at columbia.4.05 r x
Leave Augusta.7.40 A x
Arrive at charleston.8.2c r x
Leave Columbia.7.40 A x
Arrive at Charleston.a.20 r x
THROUGH WILMINGTON TBAIN.
r eave Angosta.100 A x
Arrive st Kin?ville.0.00 AM
Leave Ringville..12.30 p x
Aime at AUJU tte.0.30 r x
AL ? 'A NIGHT XXFB18B. ?
Leave Charleston.8.80 r x
Arrive at Augusta.7.30 A X
Leave Angosta.?. 8.00 T H
Arrive at Charleston.5.66 A X
COLOMBIA NIGHT XXPRXBS, . > 0
Leave Charleston.7.10 r x
Arrive at Columbia.?.80 A:x
Leave Colombia.,.7.00 r *x
Arrive a; Charleston.1.7.00 AM
U ave Summerville at. 7.26 AiX
Arrive at charleston at.8.46 A,X
Leave Charleston at.8.39 r x
Arrive at Summerville at.Ci? r x
Leave Camden..6.16 A x
Arrive at Columbia.10.40 A X
Leave columbia.IM r,x
Arrive at Camden.6.26 p M
Day and Night Trains make close connections
at Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Central
Night Tram connects with Macon and Angosta
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and columbia Railroad, and with Charlotte Read
to points North.
Camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ex?
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
runs through to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President
8. B. PIOKEN8. G. T. A._Janl9
TUB NEW BtPEOYEJD
WHEELER ft WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST !
WHEELER & WILSON
AT THE LATE STATE FAIR, HELD AT
Why it Should Have the Preference of
?ll Other* i
ist Because lt ls the simplest
2d. Because lt sews easier.
3d. Because it sews faster.
4th. Because lt uses no Shuttle
6th. Because lt maxes lesa noise.
eth. Because lt ls more durable.
7th. Because lt has been before the public for
over twenty years, and hence lt ls no experiment
t3 try it
Ninety thousand more Family Machines sold
than by any other Company. Its late improve?
ments set lt far ahead of anything In the market
Adjusting and repairing done promptly. AIL
Call and examine, whether wishing to purchase
WHYTE & HARRAL,
General Somtbern Agent?,
NO. SOS RINO STREET.