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NO. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
: TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1872. : :
i - ? NEWS OV TBE DAT.
-Gold closed yesterday at 10?al04.
'?Ela New York colton closed quiet but firm;
-The liverpool cotton market closed
steady; uplands lld, Orleans ll?all}d.
-The House of Representatives of Maine
has passed a bill permit!tug women over
twenty-five years ?f age to vote at Presiden?
_5?TJ?y in Aberdeen, Scotland, is more ad?
vanced in woman's rights than any other
woman in Great Bil tain. She goes regularly
ttftha barber to get stoved.:' | ;.*]
-In Hew York a movement baa begun for a'
more stringent law in reference to the sale of
beer, lils notJtq lesson the amount sold, but
to. compel dealers to use larger glasses.
-Dan Bice, the famous circus man, has
been thrown, financially* and bis personal
property in Erie County, Pennsylvania, ls ad-1
vertlsed for sale by the sheriff. !
. The funeral of Gowen Clark, a colored man,
Vbo recently died ia Washington at the age of
Bevent^t^yeaxsv was attended t'> is week..by
the Judges and officers of the United States I
Supremo Court. Mr. Clark: had been door-1
keeper o?Ihe, J udgetf cl 0 ak -room elnce 1838.
-Th?' Boston Journal" says that a new Bafe j
.has been invented which makes things very I
unpleasant for burglars. The walls are filled J
wjta gunpowder in sqeh a manner that the I
Wows of a sledge or the cutting of a chisel, in
the attempt to rob the safe, will Ignjte the
powder, blow off the outer crust, anlhlliate the j
burglar and leave the contents of the safe un*
-The ingenuity of piety is getting to be j
almost as suspicious as the other kind. Al
worthy Baptist, amious to help a denomina
tiona! school, agreed to leave lt $100,000 at his
death, If the institution would pay him the In?
terest on $ioo,coo at six per cent, up to that I
event.' The shrewdness of lt lies in thelact I
tn at he could get his life Insured for tbat I
ame un t for 14000 or 15000, leaving him a very I
oomf?rtjable income besides. That.ls, for al
nice annual revenue of say $2000, be would let
any college Insure bis life for $100,000.
-Statistics in reference to the recent el ec-1
tiona in Germany show tbat there are 382 dis-1
tr?ta, comprising 7,400,000 electors. Of these, I ;
3,979,187, or fifty-two per cent, voted, and I
2,515,964 votes were cast tor the persons elect?
ed. and 1,363,323 for the minority candidates.
Ihe strength of the respective parties ls as I
fellows: The "National Liberals," supporting I 1
Prince Bismarck, cast 803,046 votes ; the I
"Centre," 437,790; the "Old Co nservatlves," j
291,861; the "Progressionists," 249,329; the
"Ultramontanes," 248.245; "Southern Liber-11
als," 199,627, and the "Polish" party, 120,238. 1
-The Boston Transcript says: "The man ,
who governs France ls much in the situation
of the sailor who caught a tiger under a tub.
If. he don't sit down on bim all tbe time as
hard as be can the tiger will lift the tub and
bc out and at him. If he finds the tub lifting
on one side a shade, and sits more on that side
to .a top it, the beast beneath discovers a letting
up on the opposite side of the tub and has bis
nose out there instanter. Would not the man j
. on the top sometimes like to take turns with
somebody in governing France, BO that he
might sleep now and then out of reach and
sound of the tiger?" -j
'-The New York correspondent of the Bos?
ton Journal writes: "The fastest horse in the
. world, so lt ls said, is the En gil th horse Sterl?
ing. Private letters have been receive'! iere j
announcing that that famous horse will be j
shipped for America, and be entered for the
Monmouth cup at Long Branch this season.
His competitor will be Mr. Harper's Longfel?
low. Mr. Harper resolved that his famous
horse should never again run for money; but I
he has consented to have him entered for the
cup. The heat, two miles and a half, ls re?
garded as especially favorable to Longfellow.
Horsemen believe that with that distance he
can beat the world. Colonel Tom Scoit has
agreed to run an express train from Harper's
stables in Kentucky to Long Branch without
change o? cars. An elegant box stall ls to be
fitted up with all modern improvements, and
the famous horse will be attended by his old
master, who hopes for better luck than when
last Longfellow was North."
-The lull text of Mr. Gladstone's note of de?
ntal, or retraction, as the case may be, has
come (0 hand, and it is such an eminently
pacific document as to lead us to hope that
the British Premier ls lax from the violent ene?
my the first report of his speech represented.
It is, however, Important to observe that Mr.
Gladstone clings stoutly to the assertion that
the treaty ls clear and unambiguous in its
exclusion of the consequential damages claim?
ed in the American case as presented. His
denial amonnts only to the efetement that he
did not say that every rational mind must
come to the same conclusion regarding UB
terms. This is good, so far as it goes, being a
decided modification o? the roar of angry rage
which first reached these shores from what
we then supposed to be the throat ot the Brit?
ish Lion himself. But there were other ex?
pressions in that speech which are not ex?
plained away, regarding the possibility of sub?
mitting to arbitration such claims as those in
the American case. TheBe yet stand as Mr.
Gladstone's views; but his readiness to amooth
over some of the asperities of his remarks
leads ns to hope that the matter may be final?
ly and entirely adjustedrwithout again awake?
ning such wrath as this note ls designed to
-The bill introduced into the National
House of Representatives to refund the cotton
tax paid in the years 1865, 1866,1867 and 1868,
provides fur the appointment of three com?
missioners by the President, whose duty it
shall be to determine the sum paid by and due
to each claimant. The amounts determined
to be due the several claimants are to be paid
In lour and a hulf per cent, fony-year bonds,
or certificates for small sums commutable into
such bonds, which are to be used as basking
capital tor additional, national banks In the
Southern States. The bill also contains
numerous provisions designed as safeguards
against the presentation or prosecution of
fraudulent cia!ms. Resolutions and memorials
to Congress, praying the refunding of the cot?
ton tax, have been presented from the Legis?
latures of all the Southern 8tates and Missouri,
and also from the National Board of Trade,
which' met in Baltimore last fall, and from
the Chamber of Commerce of St. Louis
and all the principal Southern eUlee. The
Washington correspondent of the New York
Herald says : "Eminent and influential law
flrmB in New Orleans, St, Louis and Atlanta.
Ga., aro engaged in buying claims and trans?
acting the business In the cotton Slates, while
a full and well-drilled corps d'arm?e ot lobbyists
is stationed here at Washington to push
through the necessary legislation. It is cur?
rently reported that Herschel V. Johnson, can?
didate for vice-President on the Democratic
ticket with Stephen A. Douglas, is one of the
leading spirit s in this new cotton combination.
Certain lt Is that able and influential men are
in the movement, and it ls just as certain that
they are backed up by millions upon mirons
of dollars of internal tax receipts that will be as
good as greenbacks the day the ?ill in ques?
tion becomes a law. Altogether the scheme
has more strength than was at first believed.
It is calculated that the Southern Congressional
delegation will go for it nearly solid, which,
with the aid that can be obtained from tbe
North, will make lt a success."
The Relief of Chicago.
The world has probably never witnessed a
charity at once BO colossal and so prompt as
I that evoked from tbe four quarters of the
globe by the calamity which last year laid
tbe great City of Chicago in ashes. An
elaborate report of the Chicago Aid and Re?
lief Society, just published in pamphlet form,
gives a striking picture, in detail, of this
wonderful outpouring of substantial sympa?
thy. From this source we learn that New
York City and State, independent of Mr. A.
'T. Stewart's munificent gilt of $50,000 and
the collections of tbe Chamber of Commerce,
occupy the first place on tbe list, the total
amount subscribed being $624,571 39. Eng?
land comes second, by right of an aggregate
of $386,420 50. Massachusetts ranks next,
showing a total of $335,530 31. Then fol?
low Pennsylvania, with $175,094 75; Mary?
land, $179,703 78; California, $159,363 39;
.New Jersey, $147,110 62; Connecticut, $100,
344 26; District of Columbia, $134,337 05;
Ohio, $66,187 90; Indiana, $35,914 10; Illi?
nois, $43,076 99; Rhode Island, $56,915 60;
Tennessee, $23,83015; Michigan, $38,185 14;
Wisconsin, $418 50; Minnesota, $27,117 90;
Iowa, $13,474 34; Missouri, $65,963 65; Ar?
kansas, $2,710 85; Kansas, $21,226 85;
Kentucky, $15,483 40; Delaware, $8,070 70;
New Hampshire, $22,667 15; Vermont, $5,
635 43; West Virginia, $15,593 40; Virginia,
$11,312 66; North Carolina, $115; South
Carolina, $1,077 50; Georgia, $2,065 75;
Florida, $1,049 23; Alabama, $5; Missis?
sippi, $65; Louisiana, $28,933 95; Texas,
$8,02126; Oregon, $13,000; Nebraska, $15,
334 92; Dakota Territory, $90; Washington
Territory, $600; Utah Territory, $15,381 ll;
Nevada, $1,505 83; Wyoming Territory, $800;
Colorado, $12,053 78; New Mexico, $1,475
50; Canada, $148,611 47; Nova Scotia,
$1,090; British Colombia, $535 70; Sand?
wich Islands, $1,635; China, $894 89; Cuba,
$16,393 37; Central America, $402 75;
Sooth America, $18,250; Ireland, $67,990
68; Scotland, $59,881 28; Wales, $148 78;
France, $57,381 72; Germany, $64,607 50;
Portugal, $317 28: Holland, $196 98; Bel?
gium, $131; Austria, $1,491 85; Switzer?
land, $15,439 82; Italy, $591 42. The
amount credited to Ohio includes only what
was placed in the hands of the Society. In
addition to that, a special committee was
sent from Cincinnati to disburse funds at
discretion. Missouri's contribution was made
io a similar way. Altogether, it appears that
the Society had received, in cash, up to Jan?
uary 6, no less than 93,335,700 79, and of
this amount had used $1,573,639 19 In re?
lieving the distress of some 9,895 families of
which 3,810 are able-bodied, 2,378 widows
and deserted, and 3,707 sick, aged and in?
firm. It ls evident from the manner in which
the calculations have been made, tbat the
aggregates will be very considerably increas?
ed as soon as all the contributions have been
sent in. At present, the Society is able to
state that the poor of the city, during this
and tbe comiog winter, are amply provided
for. We rind among those receiving relief
1,587 iaborers, 213 carpenters, 157 washer?
women, 147 tailors, 119 shoemakers, 56 ped?
dlers, 87 painters, 75 sailors, 57 store-keep?
ers, 40 Baloon-keepers, 98 teamsters, 36
blacksmiths, 17 plasterers, 17 printers, ll
stonecutters, 66 seamstresses, 13 warehouse?
men, 12 doctors, 16 engineers, 27 gardeners,
20 agents, 1 minister, 1 organist, 2 archi?
tects and 12 barbers." The committee now
desire that no more contributions be called
for, and take occasion, in closiog the report,
to return thanks to the world for its unex?
ampled generosity. It may be right to state
that the Belief Society has been organized
subject to the supervision of the Chicago
Common Council, to which body it bas to
submit reports, whenever called upon so to
do. It is composed, to a great extent, of
men whose philanthropic works bave raised
them above suspicion. In fact, all necessary
safeguards have been placed around the
fund, in order that the intention of the do'
nors may be fully and faithfully carried out.
WHAT has become of the delegates of the
Radical Office-holdere' Convention? It is
about time for them to notify President
Grant to be in readiness to remove, at their
bidding, every respectable Republican offi?
cial in South Carolina, or to encounter, in
Philadelphia, the steadfast opposition of the
UNDER the joint resolution adopted last
week, tbe Li _islatare will adjourn on Friday
next. It is expected, however, that the mem?
bers will amend the resolution and remain in
session until the middle of the month. This
will give them time to act upon any new
measures which full-pocketed projectors may
bring before them; and to "fix thiDgs" gen?
erally, in a way to satisfy the official Ring.
TEE Columbia Union calls Senator Leslie
?a wilful, malicious liar," who "knew be was
"lying, deliberately lying, when he made use
"cf the language he did." Perhaps tbe
Radical journalist only abuses the Radica]
Senator in a Pickwickian sense; in which
case it will not be necessary for any one to
adopt Beverly Nash's suggestion, and hnrl
an ink-pot at somebody's head.
MR. TIMOTHY HURLEY, having turned to
good account his six dollars a flay and mile?
age for the Legislative 'desslon of 1871-72, ls
going to build thirty-two new cottages on
Arsenal HUI, Colombia.
MR. TREASURES PARKER formally denies
the truth of the statement, contained in the
minority report of the Ku-Kiux Committee,
that $1,208,577 had been paid out from the
State Treasury for which there were no
. vouchers. The error was evidently caused
by a blunder of the State Joint Investigate
Committee, since corrected. Mr. Parker
doubtless bas vouchers for every dollar of
public money he has paid ont; but this does
not prove that the public funds were econom?
ically and conscientiously spent.
A Radical Estimate of tho Great Ger.
[From the New York Times, Grant's Organ.]
Now, with regard to Schurz, it ls as well for
the Nation to understand at once that we do
not share in Its hysterical adoration of its idol
-that we regard Schurz as a dishonest man, a
malicious man, an unprincipled man ; in one
word, what people call an a* rant humbug. He
has charged the President, by Implication,
with being corrupt ; and in BO doing he has
forfeited all claim to be - treated with ordinary
respect. He bas brought numberless charges
against the President, and none of them are
prove'd. lie has bitterly assailed everybody,
who has undertaken to say a good word for
the President, and therefore has no special
claim to gentle treatment bimeelf.
What Js Religion ?
[From the southern Cnarchman, Alexandria, Ya.]
This volume of two hundred and filly pages
lt has given us pleasure to receive. It is writ?
ten by the Bev. R. W. Hemmlnger, of the Di?
ocese of South Carolina, who, though a young
man, exhibits both thought and culture. In?
deed we know of few volumes, wrltteu by a J
young clergyman, that shows more geniuB
than this. It Is a protest against the spirit of |
the age, which is ritualistic and rationalistic,
and a plea for the reality of the spiritual in a
world in which God reigns. We are glad to
j be able to call attention to a book of snch de-,
j elded merit; and we hope lt may prove only
the beginning 01 other books from the same
Time and mature reflection will, no doubt,
alter some of the views here presented with so
much force. We would not dare, ourselves, to
stake the truth of God's revealed word on an
Interpretation which makes the deluge univer- \
sal; or the world to have been created In
I seven days of twenty-four hoars ; or the sun
literally to stand still. It ls not rationalism to
! interpret God's word by all facts, whether geo?
graphical, astronomical, or geological ; and
the Interpretations of Scripture, based upon
the false astronomy of our ancestors, ought to
make us cautious in our assertions of this
kind. But th:s volume ls so earnest and dis
covers FO much real genius that we are glad to j
commend it to our readers.
Grant's Southern Supporter?.
The New York Sun says: "Scott's gang of J
"plunderers In South Carolina have passed
"resolutions in favor of Grant's renomination.
"Lo wry'a gang in North Carolina have not yet
"taken formal action on the subject."
gUMMERVILLE MALE SCHOOL.
The Second Quarter of this School will begin on
MONDAY, March 18th, Instant.
Terms-$10 per quarter for English branches;
$5 per quarter extra for French and Classics.
JOHN W. JAMISON,
Cost ano Joana.
O??D, AT THE MASKED BALL, ON
Thursday night, one Lady's Broach and
one Watch Key, which may be hud by calling at
Mr. F. ANSEL. No. 127 Calooun street. mehi
Warranted to b9 Parc Ohlncha Island.
For asle by J. A. ENSLuW A CO.
Q HIN CHA PERUVIAN.
PURE PERUVIAN (Chincha Is'and) GUANO,
Just received per schooner Fannie Elder, direct
from the Peruvian Government Agente, and lor
Bule by CEO. W. WILLUM* A CO.. Factors,
mcfi4-l0 Agents for Peruvian Quano.
1600 barrels warranted Pure Nova Scotia LAND
PLASTKR. For sale by
HERMANN BUL WINKLE, Kerr's WharL
Whereas, Letters of Administration upon
ino Estate or Mrs. SARAU P. GIUBKS, late of
Charleston s. c., have been granted to the sub?
scriber, all persons indebted to the raid Estate
'are requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims agal; st the same will make
them known without delay.
J. PERONNEAU GIBBER
THREE WEEKS AFTER DATE, AP
PLiCAT ON will be made to the Plumers'
and Mechanics' Bank or South Carolina for re?
newal of Certificate for toar shares standing in
the name of JULIET G. ELLIOTT, original having
j been lost. mch5-tu3
Notices in Sankrnptrrj.
SSIGNEE-S NOTICE OF AFTcl???
MBNT.-IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UMfED STATKS. FOR THE EASTERN D1S
TRlar OP" SOUTH CAROLINA.-In the matter of
JOSEPH A HUGER, Bankrupt.-In Bankruptcy.
To whom lt may concern: I, the undersigned,
hereby give notice of my appointment as assignee
or JOSEPH A. nu. IE lt, or the 0 ty of Charleston,
tn the County or Charleston, and State or Soath
Carolina, within sa'd District, who has been ad
I Judged a Bankrupt npon his petition, by the Dis?
trict court or said District.
Dated at Charleston, S. C. on the 28lh day or
February, A. D. 1872.
JENNINGS W. PERRY,
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
CHARLESTON, January 20,1872.
The attention of Depositore in the Savings De
partment of this Company ls particularly Invited
to the great safety accompanying the Deposits of
Savings made In thia Institution.
These Deposits are regarded by the Board or
Directors as a Special Trust, and are invested
only in sound and valuable Securities.
In addition to this careful Investment, Deposi?
tors have, as a further security, the capital or the
Company, which ls liable for their Deposits and
the interest thereon.
Interest at the rate or six per cent per annum,
either paid In cash QUARTERLY, or passed to
credit and compounded. F. A MITCHELL,
WE LIVE AND LEARN, DIE AND
THE SOUTHERN OYE HOUSE,
No. sss KING STREBT.
Dyes and Cleans by means or steam, Gentle
men's Ladles and Children's Clothes. Fine Laces
and Lace Curtains cleaned and done ap with the
Sort or Manufacturers' Finish; Lace and Crape
Shawls and Kid o ?oves Cleaned and Dyed.
gw Goods received and returned by Express.
jun22-lyr L BILLER, Proprietor
CHARLESTON CHAMBER OP COM?
MERCE.-A Special Meeting o? the Cham?
ber will be held THIS DAT, at 2 o'clock P. M , at
the Hall, to receive the Report of the Committee
appointed to prepare "a suitable Preamble and
Resolutions expressive or the sentiments or the
Chamber" at the deata or their late Second Vice
By order. : : P. J.BARBOT.
mch5 " Secretary.
DELTA LODGE OF PERFECTION, No.
1, A. AND A. S. R.-The Regular Commnlca
tionorthts Lodge win be held at Holmes's Hall,
Tms EVENING, at half-past 7 o'clock. Candidates
for the Mnttr-?egree will attend.
By order T. P. 0. M. CHAS. F. SAMMIS,
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, No. i, KNIGHTS
OFPTTHIAS_Attend your Regular Week?
ly Convocation, at Pythian Hall, corner of Society
and King atreets. THIS NIGHT, at 7 o'oiock.
0. H. FLYNN,
HIBERNIAN SOCIETY.-THE REGU?
LAR Meei in cr of your Society will be held
THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, at T o'clock.
JAMES ARMSTRONG. JR.,
ST. PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT SOCIE?
TY.-An Extra Meeting or this Society will
be held THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, at Bernard Hall,
corner of King and Society streets, at haif-paat 7
o'clock. A f jil attendance ls required
mch6 v_w. BAKER, Secretary.
vX The Regalar Monthly Meeting of thia Asso?
ciai lon will be held THIS EVENING, &th instant, at
8 o'clock. Members are tequested to be punctual,
mch? J. M. PETERSEN, seoretary.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER.
No. l.-Attend the Regular Monthly Meet?
ing or your Company THIS (Tuesday) EVENING,
5th lnstiut, at half-past 7 o'clock. Sharp.
By order. F. J. Moo ARE Y.
SUMTER SOCIAL CLUB.-ATTEND
the Rwniar Monthly Meeting of your Club,
THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, at half after 7 o'clock,
at Mrs. Bernai d's Hall, Society street. Members
will please be ponctuai. JNO. UUTSON,
muh6-?_Secretary and Treasurer.
VIGILANT FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
Attend the Regular Monthly Meeting of
your Company, at Vigilant Hall, Tu is (Tuesday)
EVENING, at quarter-past 7 o'clock. Punctual
attendance la requested. By order of President
li- G LBS BY. J. A. ENSLOW, JR.,
ATTENTION CHARLESTON SOCIAL
MOUNTED CLUB.-You are hereby sum?
moned to attend the Regular Mon hly Meeting of
yonr Club, THIB EVENING, March sin, at half past
7 o'clock All members 8 re requested to be pres?
ent, SB business or importance will be transaoted.
F. W. PEIPhiR,
m ch 8-?_Orderly Sergeant.
Attend a Regular Monthly Meeting at the
M:irttet Hail, THIS EVENING, at half-past 7 o'clock.
Members are particularly requested to be prompt
In attendance, aa Duslneas or Importance will be
brought forward for transaction.
By order of the President.
0. M. MAGRATH,
mehi Recording Secretary.
rpHfi SOUTH CAROLINA DEMOCRACY
_L OF 1872 I
'HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY !"
EDWARD F. STOKES, a Graduate or the
University or Cambridge, an American Citizen
and a National Demoorat or South Carolina, will
deliver a Political Sreecb, at City Square, on
THIS ETENING, at hair past 7 o'clock.
The people of Charleston are respectrolly in
vlted to hear him._ . mens
NOTICE.-AN ANNUAL MEETING OF I
the Policy-Holders' Life and Tontine As?
surance Company, or the south, will be held at
toe office of the Company. No. 29 Broad street.
Charle-ton, 8, C., THIS (Tuesday) MORNING, 6th
or March, at ll o'clock, on which day an elec?
tion will be held to OH vacancies In the Board or
Trastees, and to DU the seats of the class of Trus?
tees th it by charter will become vacant on that
day. Each Policy-Hoider li entitled to one vote,
mens GEO. E. BOGGS, Secretary.
W" ANTED, AN EXPERIENCED MEAT
Cook. Apply at No. HS Broad street.
WANTED, AN HONEST AND INDUS?
TRIOUS Boy, at WHITES Furniture
WarcrcomB, No. 88 Hasel street. A lazy boy need
not apply._? _" mcns-1? V;
WANTED, A BOY OR GIRL TO DO |
housework, and make themselves gene?
rally useful. Apply at No. 47 East Bay, opposite
North Commercial Wharf._mch6-l?
WANTED, A WAITER. GOOD RE?
COMMENDATIONS required. Apply at
No. 18 Mm ting street. _mcbS-l?
WANTED TOPUfiCHASE, CASHMERE
GOATS'. Apply to SETH SPENCER, NO.
1 state street._mchi-tuth&S
WANTED TO PURCHASE, STRAINED
CAROLINA HONEY in large or small
quantities. Apply to DR. H. BASK, Nj. 131 Me. t
WANTED TO HIRE, A SERVANT
GIRL, (German preferred) U wash, Iron
ann cook for a small family. Must be well ri com
mended. Inquire corner Elizabeth abd calhoun
WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS SERVANT,
to cook and be generally useful. Apply
at No. 4 Franklin street._mch6-a?
1XTANTED. A WHITE WOMAN, TO
Ty cook and do housework; also a White
Gli), to mate herse.f generally useful. Apply at
No. 98 St. Phillp street. _mega
WANTED, A WOMAN, TO WASH AND
IRON, and who understands Milking.
Reference required. Apply at No. 2 Ash ey street.
T\> ANTED, ONE HUNDRED PERSONS
Tv to know that New, Bedsteads are selling
at $i 60 to $4 SO at No. 45 Wentworth street, he
tween King and Meeting street?._mch4-a?
WANTED,. AN ACTIVE COLORED
Woman as house servant. None need ap?
ply who are not well recommended. No. 8 Rut
AYOUNGMAN WISHES A SITUATION
as Salesman or Bookkeeper In a Wholesale
urucery. Address "K," NEWS office, reb'?8 6?
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest aud best warranted
Sewing Machine In the market la the HOM ti SHUT?
TLE, price $26 and $37. Can be seen at thc Gene?
ral Agency, No. 81 Hasel street, oppo-lte Express
Offlee. T. L. Bf^SELL._Janli-?tno
WANTED, A PLEASANT HOME AND
board lu a private family (not a private
boarding-house) bj a gentlemau, wife and one
child. satisfactory references will be f urulahed RH
to i he character ad responsibility ot the adverti?
ser, woo simply desire* a quiet, respectable and
comfortable burnt*. Address B. W. T. at the office
of THE NEWS, stating location and terms, wrncn
most be reasonable._feb20
WANTED, EVERYONE TO KNOW
that FLETCHER A GURNEY, at the Little
Store around the Corner, No. 93 Market street,
have constantly on haud a splendid assortment
of New York and Domestic POULTRY, GAME
POULTRY AT THIRTY CENTS A POUND.
Also a very fine lot of Sugar Cured Hame,
Extra Prime Goshen and Family and Country
Butter, Beer and Pork sausages. Cheese, Should?
ers, Sides, Dips, Cellery, Eggs and Lard. GAME
a specialty. Their motto: The Best and Cheap?
est. Remember-the Little Store round the Corner.
_ Sax Sale._
OLD BRICK FOR SALE.-NINE THO?
AND best OLD BRICK. Apply at No. 48
HORSES AND MULES.-JUST RE?
CEIVED from Kentucky four car loads
ui substantial MULES and HORSES, suitable for
plantation, distillery, lnmher and general work.
The t?rms of sale will be made very easy. Thia
stock has been purchased for os by our experi?
enced travelling agent, who has selected lt with
a view to the wants of t&ls and adjoining mar?
kets. Every animal euaranteed, and returned if I
not what lt ls represented to be. R. GRAHAM A
FOR SALE, A LOT OF FINE KEN?
TUCKY MULES, at low prices, i an be seen
at M. HOQAN A CD.'a Stables, northwest corner
King and Spring streets._feb28-6?
NEWSPAPERS.-FOR SALE A QUANTI?
TY of the above. Apply ac Board of Trade
Rooms, No. 191 Meeting street_novlQ-tu
FOR RENT, TWO OR THREE FRONT
Rooms, with Kitchen, servants' room and
every ootrfYMe*ce for a small family. Dwelling
northeast corner Meeting and Tradd streets.
TO RENT, STORES Nos. 135 AND 157
Meeting street, opposite the Charleston
Hotel Apply to J. P. M?OUIE, Real Estate
Agent, No. 26 Broad street. mch5-2*
Ct leb rations.
HEES TO M AT HI 0 SOCIETY,
CHARLESTON COLLEGE. .
The Commencement Exercises of this Society
having been postponed on Friday evening last on
account"of the Inclemency" bf the weather, win
be held In the College Chapel THIS EVEN INO, com?
mencing at quarter to 8 o'clock. The public are
respectfully Invited to attend.
mcb6 COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS.
rjlHE FIRST GRAND BALL
MARCH 20TH, 1872, AT THE
ACADEMY OP MUSIC.
TICKETS may be obtained from i he following
J. KNOBELOCH, I F. HEYER,
r>. MULLER, WM. JESSEN,
H. STEINKAMP, | A. KOKS.
Also from Menke k Maller, Ktng, opposite So?
ciety street; F.,Von Santen, King, near Market
street; Geo. H. Ltndstedt corner Ring and Cal?
houn streets; F. Pieper, corner KU:g and Spring
4a*Tlckets not transferable.
^CADBMT OP MUSIC.
MES. JAB. A OATES.Lesee and Manageress
Important Announcement. First Appearance
this Season in Charleston of the Favorite
par excellence of the South,
MRS. J A 8. A. OATES,
FAMOUS COMIC OPERA COMPANY.
ONS WEFK ONLY.
Commencing MONDAY EVENING. March nth,
With Planche's Great Comic Operatic Extrava?
AND HIS GIFTED SERVANTS.
And throughout the week presenting Nightly
Changes or Programme.
New Pieces, New Costume.0, New Company.
Every thlDg Brilliant and Recherche.
?-Further particulars in future advertise?
ments and programmes.
4Sf*The sale or Reserved Seats will commence
on Thursday morning, the 7th Instant. mcb4
^CADEM? OF MUSIC.
THE ENGLISH TRAGEDIAN,
Miss GRACE RAWLINSON,
will have the honor of appearing in their cele?
brated Dramatic representations on TUESDAY
EVENING. March 6,1872.
Admission to Orchestra and Dress Circle, 76
cents; Family Circle, SO cents; Gallery, 25 cents.
No extra charge for reserved seats.
Box Office open Tuesday morning, 6th instant,
at nine o'clock. For fnll particulars see Pro
CAD EM 7 OP MUSIO.
FOR TWO EVENINGS.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, March 8th and Stb.
Return or those Great Favorites,
WILLIAM HORACE LINGARD,
ALI JE DUNNING (Lingard,)
And their Superb Ocmpany, in
j . TWO MAGNIFICENT ENTERTAINMENTS.
. Entire change of programme from that given
Admission ft, 60c. ant 26c. Reserved Seats
Si 26. On sale Tuesday morning at Greer's Music
Store, corner King and Beaurain streets, and at
the Mills House.
Fall particulars in rature advertisements.
NEW CATALOGUE, No. 24.
BISBOP HOWE'S INAUGURAL SERMON,
preached December 10, 1871, before the Clergy
and Laity assembled in st. Philip's church, by
the Right Rev. W. B. W. Howe, D. D., Bishop of
Sooth Carolina, 16 cents.
The Agreement or science and Revelation, by
Bev. Jos. H. Wyche, M. D, $1 75.
Modern Scepticism, a conrae or lectores deliver?
ed at the request or the Christian Evidence Socie?
ty, with an . xplanatory paper, by the Right Rev.
C. J. Elllcort. D. D., $2 26.
Legends or the Patriarchs and Prophets, and
other Testament characters from various sources,
by Rev. S. Baring Gonld, M. A., $2.
Rev. Hugh Macmillan-Bible Teachings In Na?
ture. $2; The True Vine, or the Analogies of our
Lord's Allegory, $2; The Ministry of Nature, $2.
Yfsterdays with Authors, by James T. Fields,
The Southern states Since the War, l870-'7l, by
Robert Somers, $3 50.
The Divine Comedy of Danie A Ugh ?ere, translat- j
ed by Longfellow, $8.
Seven Decades of the Union, the humanities
and materialism, illustrate l by a memoir of John
Tyler, with remlnl8cenct-s or some or his great
contemporaries; tho tratsttlm stare ol this nation,
irs dangers and their remedy, by Henry A. Wise,
The Statesman's Year Book, a statistical and
historical account of the States or the civilized
world, manual r r politicians and merchants, by
F. Martin, $3.
A Manual or the Mollusca, a treatise or recent
and fossil hhells, by Dr. S. P. Woodward, A. L. S.,
late assistant paiacouto oglst In the British Mu?
seum, second eal lon, with an appendix or recent
and tcssii COD etiological discoveries to the present
time, by Ralph Gate, A. L. s. and G. s., Illustrat?
ed; $3 75.
Rural Homes, sketches of houses Baited to
Ameilcan country lire, with original plans, de?
signs, Aa, by G. Wheeler, $2.
Wheeler's Homes for the People, In snburb and
country, with examples showing how to alter
and remodel old buildings, one hundred designs,
ca'pen try and Joinery, s useful manual for the
many, by s. T. Aveling, with illustrations.
Biographical Dictionary, universal pronouncing
(Uctio'.ary or biography and mythology, by J.
Thomas, A. M., M. D., complete In one volume,
Good Words, for 1871, edited by Norman Mac?
leod, D. D., bound. 14
Good Words for tue Yoong, 1871, edited by Geo.
MacDonald, boned, $4.
ta- The Hymnal or the church, "standard"
edmon, In various styles. A liberal disc ont, by
the quaotlty, will be made for Introduction.
.?* Inltiil raper and Envelopes, In boxes,
Freuen, English and American, a variety or sty les,
a unusually low prices.
NEW NOVELS AND LIGHT LITERATURE RE?
CEIVED BY STEAMER EVERY WEER,
aj-Persons residing in the country wlllplease
bear In mind that by ?ending their orders to os for
any Books poollshed in America, they will be
charged only the price of the Book. We pay for
the postage or express. Address
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King street, (in the Bend,)
mch6-taths Charleston. S. 0.
Q L~ KO RN^ AHRENS.
SODA AND MINERAL SPRING WATERS,
BITTERS, SYRUPS, AND CORDIALS OF ALL
BOTTLED ALE AND PORTER,
No. 66 BASEL ST., BSTWBBN ANSON AND EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
QTTO A. MOSES, PH. D.
Geological Surveys and Maps promptly and
exactly executed Phosphate and Mlnlog Pro?
perties reported upon, and Working Plans fur
nlehet. Separat ng and Metallurgical Proces?
ses adapted to Ore Deposits. Special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES or FERTILIZERS,
Drues, Ores, Minerals, Ac. LABORATORY.
dect?-stuih?iao No. 28 George street j
, jgrcctritf, Ciqgore, &t.
(gTRTPS, PIGS FEET, HEADS, Ac
io barrels Small a 0. STRIPS
. 10 barrels Spiced Pigs Fees
M barrels Pickled Pigs Heads
io hair barrels F. M. Beer
- - 26-tubs-Cholce Batter. .
For sale low by BERNA RD BOYD,, : .
mch5-taths3_No. 103 East Bay.
JpOTATOES ! POTATOES ! POTATOES !
100 barrels PEACH BLOW
110 barrels Mercers
60 barrels Goodrich
60 barrels Jackson Whites.
Jost landing from Schooner Lilly and lor sale
lOW by BERNARD BOTD,
mch6-tnthea_So. 103 Fast Bay.
QABBAGES1 CABBAGES! CABBAGES 1
Fruiterers and others are invited to call at
Stall No. 46, opposite the Icehouse, and boy one
CABBAGES, at a reasonable price.
mch6-l? _L. PDDIGON.
jpJHO?CE D. S. SLDES.
M boxes Choice D. S. 0. R. SIDES, landing ex
steamer Maryland. For sale by
mch4-2_HENRY OOBIA& 00.
?JOAL! COAL 1 COAL 1
200 tons very best R. A. Parlor and Stove COAL,
lor sale at the reduced price or $10 per ton, de
llvf red, by JULIUS A. BLAKE,
mch4-3 _Boyce's Wharf.
QOAL! COAL I AT $10.
276 tons Superior RED ASH EGG and STOVE
COAL, lauding per schooner E. A. Hooper, and
for Bale at $10 per ton, by
mch2-3_No. 2 Wharf street.
.yEBY PRIME SEED SICE.
woo bushels very Prime SEED RICE, very pore,
and free of red. Apply to
J. R. PRINGLE A SON,
Jan27-stoth go. 6 Adger's North Wharf.
QHOICE C. E. SLDES.
100 hhds. Choice Western and Baltimore 0. R.
For sale by HENRY COBLA lt CO.
rjlEAS V TEAS ! TEAS !
Our customers can be assured that we will not
be undersold by any house in the brice and quali?
We are now. offering a better article at One Dol?
lar per pound than ls sola In other King street
stores at t wen ty-fi ve cents per pound more.
We buy TEAS, ta larger q nantit les, and more
direct, than any other house.
Our TEA sales will average double that of any
other house in Charleston.
Call and get samples.
We have made a specialty of TEA for a number
of years, and can sell at a clsser profit than any
No. 306 KING STREET.
English Gooseberries (in glass)
English Plums (damsons)
English Green Gages
English Red Currants
English Black Currants.
A foll assortment of English JAMS, JELLIES
Aa, Ac, at - '
No. 80? KING STREET.
EAS! TE AS I TE A S I
A FRESH ARRIVAL
LINLEY'S CHEAP STORE,
NO. 190 KING STREET.
Ten hilf che; ts
FANCY CROP YOUNG HYSON,
Guaranteed to please the most fastidious taste,
AT MY USUAL PRICE, SO WELL KNOWN.
Warranted superior ia power and delicacy or
flavor to any TEA sold in other First-class Stores
at from $176 to $2 per pound, and only to be
LINLEY'S CHEAP STORE,
No. 190 KING STREET,
At the singularly low price or
$1 60 PER POUND.
DON'T FORGET THAT THIS TEA IS GUARAN?
A Foll Line of other kinds and grades constant?
ly on hand, as cheap as they can be bought else?
<Eopartnu0t)ips ano jUiseolntiortf.
THE STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
CHARLESTON COUNTY.-Certificate or Lim?
ited Partnership between THEODORE G. BOAG,
ol the City or Charleston, ia the c ?nnty and
Sta e aforesaid, and ANDREW M. JACKSON, or
Augusta, In the State or Georgia.
To all whom these Presents shall come they are
to certify that agreeably to the act of the Gene?
ral Assembly, or 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
duration or An Act authorizing the formation or
Limited Partnerships, passed on the 18th day of
December. 1840; and another Act extending the
same until repealed, passed on the 20th day of
December, 1866, THEODORE G. BOAG, of the
Oliy or Charleston. In the County and State afore?
said, and ANDREW M. JACKSON, of Augusta, Lu
the sute or Georgia, have formed a Limited Part?
nership, as follows:
First. The Partnership ls to be conducted under
the name or firm or THEODORE G. BOAG.
second. The general nature or the business in?
tended to be transacted ls that of a General Fac?
to: age and Commission Business, ia the said City
Third. ANDREW M. JACKSON, residing in the
City or Augusta, la the State of Georgia, ls the
Special Partner, and THEODORE G.. BOAG, re?
siding in tbe City Charleston and State aforesaid,
la the General Partner.
Fourth. The said ANDREW M. JACKSON, the
Special Partner, bas contributed in cash the mu
and Jost Barn or Five thousand Dollars to the
Fifth. The said Paitnerahlp to commence on
the twenty-fourth day or January, 1872. and Will
terminare on the first day of January, 1878.
In witness whereof the said Partners have
hereunto set their bands and seals, at Charleston,
this, the twenty-fourth day of January, A. D. 1872.
THEO. G. BOAG. fL-S.]
A. M. JACKSON.
Signed, sealed and delivered In the presence of
RS. ?T-T-r-k r, M. WHITTSQ_janta-sa
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By J- L. LUNSFORD,
xebe smith Street, north of Wentworth.
/ Qbtotcxitt, typet?, Sf t.
JP EE SH BISCUITS, CEiCKEES, 4 c
Jost received, a fresh supply of Mik, Cream,
Ginger, Soda, Boston, Leman, Wine, Botte-, Pic?
nic and Arrowroot CRACKtBS; also Cream aaa
Sogar Jam bles.
For aale low by. - . D. FITZ GlBB?J?,
- -N. W. corner King and Canoon streets.
AH coode delivered free. - ?? mcbMmo
PEE8ERVES, JELLIES, FR^1TC~H
FRUIT.-; Aa . '
We are receiving by every steamer a One assort?
ment of- Fit ESE KV KS, Jams. Jellies, Sup nor
French Cordials, Preserved citron, Ginger, tn
J .irs, Ac. -v..'.-.
For sale by D. FITZ GIBBON,
N. W. corner K ng and Cannon streets. .
All goods-delivered free._ mcpg-imo ?
?p??E OLD COEN WHISKEY., ^ \?
Jost received, a large lot of th at superior CORK
WHISKEY, which we are selling at $1 76 per gal
ion ; also a choioe assortment of Rye Whiskies,
Brandies, Wines, ic.
For sale low by D. FITZ GIBBON, 2
N. w. corner King and Cannon streets.- ;
All goods delivered free. .. moha-lmo
Q ANNED GOODS ! CANNED GOODS!
We have on hand, and are receiving nv every
steamer, a large supply of the above goods, con?
sisting or FRUITS, Vegetables, Fish. Aa We alt?
are in receipt, or New Prunes, Dried Figs, cur?
rants* Raisins, Ac. ?
For sa e low by D. FITZ GIBBON,
N. W. corner King and Cannon afreets.
All goods delivered free._ mohg-imo j
jgUGAR HOUSE SYRUP, BACON, &c. 0
60 hbds. & H. SYRUP (to arrive per Gn i stream>
- boxes Prime Shoulders
- half barrels No. i Mackerel*' '
- hols Mesa Pork
- bales Twine.
For sale low by JULIUS A. BLAKE,
mch42 ._ Boyce's Wharf.
piilMB WHITE CORN LJ?SDTSG.
87(0 bushels Prime White CORN, la Bulk. Osrgo
Schooner on Fraser's Wharf. For sale by T ?<
mchi-a JOHN 0AMP3EN A CO. 1
?JOAL! COAL! COAL!
800 tons Superior Red Ash, Egg and Stove
COAL, now landing, which will be sold low by,
applying to F. P. SEIGNIOUS. ,
Corner East Bay and Hasel street; east side.
ALSO, .. ? ~
60 tons White Ash Steam COAL. . mch4-3 .".
/JO AL I COAL! COAL !
loo tons Best SVDNEY GOAL, in lots to snit pur?
chasers, for sale cheap to olote consignment. :
Apply to HENRY CARD,
felts . _Accommodation Wharf.
LIVERPOOL SALT, in fine sacks and food or?
der, rc r sale in lots to snit pureba sera.
let?_ RAVENBL A CO.
gALTl SALTI SALT 1
1850 sacks Liverpool SALT, how landing from
Baric Windermere, for sale cheap from wharf la -
lots to snit purchasers. . j? ;
Apply to , HENRY CARD,
fei>8 . '?_Accommodation Wharf. -
j^-OBTH CAROLINA CORN WHISKEY.
at $3 per Gallon, a Specialty. Guaranteed Pure. :
?t WELCH'S GROCERY. ;
Goods delivered free of charge. nocir* ;
gr GAR AND MOLASSES.
78 hhda. New Orleans SUGAR
? hhdfl. Demerara Sugar
. 1146 bbts. Hew Orleans Molasses.
In store) and for sale by O. F. WETTERS, '
Jaii24 _ NO. 189 Bast Bay.
NO. I PERUVIAN (CHINCHA ISLAND)
I ISO tons No. 1 PERUVIAN (Chincha laiand)^
GUAHO, warranted pure, and np to standard;
For sale by HE BM ANN BUL WINK LE,
febl7 : Ken's Wharf.
?gAOON, FLOUR, acc.
tjholce BACON 0. R. AND SHOULDERS,
Choice Dry Salt Meats,
Flour, - Lard,
Barrel Pork, Fish,
Aile Grease, ic, Ac.
Choicest Brands WESTERN a 0. HAMS, caa*
vaaaed. Also Breakfast Bacon constantly or*
We Invite purchasers to examine our Stock.
MACQUEEN A RIECKE,
' Koa, 21 and 28 vendue Bange. .
feb81motuths2moa_ ? ': ?_?;. ' -
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, INU. S. BONDED STORES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY,
Olfer for sale from U. 8. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE. BRANDY
varions vintages, la,
_Cases of one dozen bottles each.
?QH01CE WHITE MILLING CORN AND>
FLOUR, LANSING THIS DAY.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer; for
sale invoices Choice WHITE MILLING cOBjnan* .'
Extra FLOUR, landing this day.
JJAEMONY'S SHERRY WINE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale an l .voice of Choice HARMONY'S PALE
SHERRY WINE._A. TOBIAS? S?NS,
?1HOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay. Offer for
sale an Invoice of-Cholce HAVANA CIGARS, di.
rect from Factory m Havana.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale au Invoice or FIRE CRACKERS, landing this
VINEGAR, PRUNES, WHITE WINE,
A. TOBIAS' SONS Offer for sale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White Wine, imported direct from
?gNGLJSH PORTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS' SON'S, Agents or Mesara. Edward &
George Hlbbert, of London, offer for sale Hibberfa
PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pinta and
QRATES I ORATES 1 CRATES I
I hereby give notice to all parties in want of
VEGETABLE CRATES that f am prepared to gee
them oat in large qua ult lea, and all would do
well to call and examine for themselves before
Orders respectfully solicited and promptly.Tled.
Lumber ol all desoriptlous and Plastering Laths
constantly on hand.
JOHN 0. MALLONEE,
Office and Yard, Hort beck's Wharf,
East aide Washington street,
rebl_Wear Northeastern Railroad.
agnrnltnrc, Qortiraunrt, $Zz.
FLORIST AND GARDENER,
SPRING STKBBT KS AK RDTLIMS.
A choice assortment or ORNAMENTAL TREES
Rosee, Shrubs, Fruit Trees, Bono/teta, Camella,
Flowers, Greenhouse Planta, Aa
catalogues can be got on the premises.
CDatcqeg, Jemeirt), Ut,
A LL, BL A C K A C O .,
NOB. 606 and U7 BROADWAY, N. T.,
LABGEST IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND
AND ALL KINDS OF
At the Lowest Prices.