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No. 14? East Bay, Charleston, S. O.
Ihe <?l)a?l?iSion ?Te tog.
MONDAY, MARCH ll, 1872.
NEWS OF THE DAT.
-Gold was quoted on Saturday at lu*.
-In New York cotton was In moderate re
. quest; uplands 22j cents; sales 1514 bales.
In Liverpool cotton closed quiet; uplands
lljailid, Orleans Hid ; sales 10,000 bales.
-Senator Robertson ls sojourning m New
York for treatment for a nervous affection.
-The monitor Mahopac, lying at Norfolk,
took fire yesterday, and the wooden portions
of her Interior were destroyed.
-At St. Cloud, Minnesota, a gentleman
drives a pair of elks In his family carriage.
-Rockland, Maine, Radical by past experi?
ence and by recent computation, bas elected a
-New York telegrams report that only
steamers can pass Hell Gate on account cf ihe
Ice. The rivers are still covered with float?
ing Ice, which renders navigation dangerous.
?-Four.appointments of ladles to Important ]
postoffices, with four thousand dollars salaries,
have been made daring the present adminis?
-The sheriff of Clark County, Indiana, has
been sned for twenty-five thousand dollars, In
the Federal Court, on the charge of not using j
die diligence when the mob hung Squire Tay?
lor, negro, for complicity in the Park County
molder. The complainant is Taylor's son.
-Boston's farewell bouquet to Nilsson was
a'ship four feet long, resting on an ocean of
r?d pinks, with the word "Adieu" on one side
and "Cuba" on the other In white pinks. It 1
called down the middle aisle of the theatre in <
the middle of a fine passage rn "Martha," and I
was launched upon the stage after considera- ]
bid exertion, where lt rested quietly until the <
curtain fell, and was then steered by tbe \
prima donna herself to some unknown haven t
. behind!he scenes.
-Mr. Greeley's note to Hon. Wm. P.. Cband
1er, decile lng to have his name affixed to the
cali for the Republican nominating conven- 1
Mon ht Philadelphia, has been brought to 1
light, and reads as follows: ?
-Friend Chandler-Please not attach my 1
name to the cali for the national convention. .
I stayed away from your meeting on purpose
to" keep a position of independence. If we '
have trustworihy assurances of reform from 1
tho White House, all right ; but I am not in?
clined to help our Leets and Stockings to 1
another half million ol plunder. I
Yours, HORACE GREELEY. F
-The Senate sub-committee on commerce
have agreed upon a bill-first, allowing mate- (
rial for the construction ot steamships, by *
sections or otherwise, to be entered duty free '?
and allowing a drawback; second, ship sup- '
plies and coal to be withdrawn from bond J
duty free; third, American vessels registered I
In foreign count rles are allowed to register as
American vessels Within two years; fourth,
steamships of foreign build, of not less than .
Ohe thousand tons, may be purchased and be (
entitled to American register; fifth, In case of
war ail of said eh!p3 may be used In the
marine service by the government, by pur?
chase or appraisement.
-Lent in New York is the old-time Lent no
more. For years it bas been .supposed tbat
the great world ot fashion burled itself at ibis 11
season in seclusion, and spent its time arrayed | ;
In sackcloth of tbe most approved pattern,
and with the latest style of ashes on its head.
Opera managers have hitherto hesitated to
present their worldly wares to people thus
piously engaged. Mr. Strako-cb, however, de?
parting from tbe rule, throws open the doors
of the Academy of Music, and, with Nilsson as
the attraction, the spacious building is prompt?
ly filled by as fashionable and brilliant an au?
dience as ever assembled within its melody
haunted walls. ,
-A service in honor of the soldiers killed ,
dnring the war took place in the Cathedral of
Notre Dame, Paris, on the 16th of January,
' The aspect of the cathedral, hung with black 11
draperies, was very impressive. The Emperor '1
of Brazil, the Duke de Nemours and the Count
and Countess of Paris were present The army
was represented by Marshal McMahon, Gene?
ral L'Admlrault and their respective staff'',
and the government by M. Jules Simon, Gene?
ral de Clssey and Admiral Potbuan. Tbe abso?
lution was given by the new Archbishop 0,- j
Paris, alter which Pore Felix preached the
funeral sermon. He took as his text," How
are the mighty fallen," and endeavored to
show that the primary cause ol the disasters
of France was the spirit of irreverence and In?
subordination which every one of the succ?s- 1
sive revolutions of the country had developed. 1
Blase) mon ls said to bave had a great effect 1
upon the congregation. I
-Mr. Samuel Bowles, the keen editor of
the-Springfield (Mass.) Republican, who is at
Washington on a political prospecting visit,
with the laudable object of stiffening the Re- '
publican back, has wi itt en a letter expressive
of his sensations and opinions from a Wash?
ington stand-point. After meditating for a
paragraph or two upon the utter selfishness of
Republican patriotism, like Marius among the
rains of Carthage, Mr. Bowies settles down to
a consideration o? the all-absorbing Presiden?
tial question. He finds very few of the Re?
publican congressman willing to open their
months on the subject, so fearful are they of j
the issue of tbe campaign, and so anxious
to preserve their bread and butter. But he
thinks, with italic certainty, that "if tbe
Republican members ol Congress were,
to-day, obliged to sign one of two
papers, declaring their belief that the inter?
ests of the country and tho party required the
renomination of General Grant, or the re?
verse, such renomination would be no longer
possible." In regard to the Cincinnati con?
vention, Mr. Bowles judges, from what he can
see and hear, that li will be a purely Republi?
can movement, and will make no coalition
with the Democratic party; that all ls at pres- j i
entln confusion; that "lhere ure a good many 11
thingslntheair;" and that the continued ac?
quiescence ot the Re; abltcaa party in the re?
nomination of Grant threatens a direful revo.
lotion.' All of which is respectfully submitted
for the contemplation of more loyal citizens
-A correspondent of the New York Sun has
called npon Governor Gratz Brown, of Mis- j
BO uri, and obtained his vtewB upon the pjliti
Omi vilain of the day. The Governor le, lt ls
needless to say, strongly In favor of the Libe?
ral movement, and thinks that what was done
In Missouri In 1870 might easily be repeated in
the Presidential contest of 1872, inasmuch BB
the party defeated in 1870 was the Administra?
tion party, and Its policy was the same then as
lt is now. In answer to the question whether,
supposing the Philadelphia Convention nomi?
nates another than Grant, the Liberal Repub?
licans would give the candidate their support,
Governor Brown remarked that that would
depend entirely upon who the nominee might
be. He said the Liberal movement is not
strictly and simply against Grant as an Indi?
vidual, but in opposition to his pernicious pol?
icy and all those who uphold it. He contin?
ued to define the Liberal movement as being
opposed to that policy which Beeks to de s tory
our form of government, which encroaches
upon the rights and liberties of the people, and
concentrates power in the hands of a small
party at the seat of government. The Liberal
movement ls also In behalf ot honesty and
economy in the administration of the govern-,
ment, and the necessity for this is apparent to
all. If the Philadelphia Convention should
nominate a man whose past record would give
promise and hope of reform, there is no doubt
in Governor Brown's mind that he would re?
ceive the united support of the Republican
parly. Any one, however, who bas been
identified with the present adminstration will
not do, and would not be supported.
The Gnat Tichborne Case.
The ramona case of Tichborne ve. Tich?
borne, which for more than a year had been
on trial in England, has come to a sadden
end. As the main evidence for the defence
was brought forward the claimant saw that
bis cause was lost, and when the jory an?
nounced that they were ready to render a
verdict, the claimant, by bis counsel, asked
time for consideration and withdrew from
court Immediately afterward he was ar?
rested for perfury and lodged in Newgate,
where he lies. The history of the case is
one of tbe most romantic and remarkable
on record; the principal facts, as given by
the New York Tribune, being as follows : j
The claimant pretended to be Boger
Tichborne, BOD and heir of the late Sir
James Francia Doughty Tichborne. The
real Boger Tichborne, who, if living,
would be tbe eleventh baronet of that
name, sailed from England to South
America in 1853, on a pleasure journey in j
the latter country. After a short Btay in
South America, he left on the abip Bella I
from Bio to New York ; that ship was never I
beard of, and in due time the insurance I
offices gave her ap as lost, and settled their I
risks accordingly. Ia 1863 the father of
Soger Tichborne died, and the title and I
?states descended to a posthumous son of
he younger brother of the absent Slr Boger, I
;hen given np for dead. Lady Tichborne, I
nother of the missing man, never could be I
jrought to believe that the ship Bella and
ill on board had perished, and she oflered
arge rewards to those who might find her I
ion, or give any information concerning I
lia existence. Advertisements to this end
vere widely circulated, and one, announc-1
og the death of Sir .TameB, and offering a I:
eward for the discovery of bis oldest son,
vas sent to the journals of Australia and I,
ffew South Wales. No tidings reached this
aitbfaL mother until "1866, when she re- |
?eived a letter from a person, writing from [
Australia, who professed lo be ber son. I (
Phe writer of this letter arrived in Paris, I
vhere lady Tichborne was then .sojourning,
lanuary 10, 1867. This was the claimant
n the late case. Lady Tichborne recog- j
lized bim as ber son in the most positive
nanner, and made him an allowance ot five I
:housand pounds a year. This man imme
iiately commenced proceedings in the
English courts to recover the Tichborne
estates from the trastees, by whom they
were held for the infant heir. In March, I
1868, Lady Tichborne, then sixty-roar
years old, died, and thus the claimant lost
a most important witness, whcse death he
ascribed lo fool play by bis antagonists in
the case. His story was, that being
wrecked at sea on the Bella in 1854, he bad
been picked np, the sole survivor of tbe
ship's company, by a vessel bound to Aus?
tralia, where he bad, for private reasons,
passed as Thomas Castro. Seeing tbe death
Di his father, (as he called him,) Sir James, j
noted in the Australian papers, he had re-1
barned to England to claimants own ; and
JO his troubles began. The trial, finally,
after many delays, commenced about a
rear ago before Lord Chief Justice Bovill,
and, with brief vacations, bas been con?
tinued ever since. Mr. Sergeant Ballan
Line and others appeared for the claimant,
and the attorney general, with other coun?
sel, for the traBtees of the estate. The
evidence was at first contradictory and
baffling, the question of identity being con-1
fused by witnesses; eomeof whom positive?
ly identified the claimant as Sir Roger, :
while others, equally competent and equally I,
;ertain, showed that be could not, by any ?
possibility, be the genuine Tichborne. 1
The most damaging testimony was that of J
.be claimant, who failed to give a clear J
md connected account of his wanderings, <
iv reek and rescue. No evidence concerning 1
lis rescuers was introduced, except bis own 1
fford, and he was especially confused on 1
.his particular, and several times changed '
;he name and nationality of the ship which i
picked him up at sea. Worso than this, i
ivhen cross-examined, he showed, by bis '
ignorance of languages andi literature,
with which the missing Sir Roger, a well
educated gentleman, was familiar, that he
was an untaught,. illiterate person. He I
leaned a quadrangle to be "a staircase,"
?nd translated Laus Deo semper "the laws :
jf God forever or permanently," and made i
similar comical blunders."
The world was ransacked by both parties
'or evidence bearing upon the case. Com
nissioners were sent to Australia and South I
America, and the records of the United
States were ransacked for tidings of the Os?
prey, by which vessel the claimant pretend
id to have been picked np when wrecked at I
sea. The expenses were enormous, and the
Tiebbornes will feel for half a century the J
ifiects of the great trial which they have
?von. To the claimant it was neck or notti?
ng. A joint Block company was formed for
;he prosecution of his claims. The associa?
tion issued bonds made payable upon the I
successful termination of the suit. In this
way Orton's expenses were met. It cannot
be said, however, that there was necessarily
any dishonesty in this transaction. A num?
ber of gentlemen of high standing swore
positively that (he claimant was the true
.?Sir Roger," and public opinion In England I
was divided pretty equally. Few persons
desired that an obese, illiterate sot should
prove to be the rightful heir to one of the
finest estates in the three kingdoms, and
what little personal sympathy had been ex?
cited in bis favor was changed to disgust
when he wantonly attempted to smirch the
good name of a lady whom poor Boger, had
he lived, would have died to defend from re?
proach. But the man was wonderfully like
the Tichbornes. He had marks upon his
body which it was thought impossible that
any imposter should have. And they who
pointed to what he did not know as a proof
.that he was Orton, were met with the stout
assertion that what he did know could only
have been known by a Tichborne. It is diffi?
cult to account for bis family likeness to old
Sir James Tichborne, or for his familiarity
with much of the early life of Sir Roger, In
England it is surmised that Orton is an ille?
gitimate child of Sir Boger Ti ch born e's
father, and Orton may have met Slr Roger
in bis wanderings and obtained from bim the
material by which he imposed on tho friends
of the lost man. But he must have had, it
seems, shrewd and subtle assistants, for his
case has been made up with great skill, and
the story of his imposition is one of match?
less ingenuity and effrontery.
The extraordinary argument of the attor?
ney-general, which occupied seventeen days
in its delivery, hastened the catastrophe.
After five years of struggling and riotous
living, the remarkable criminal, who bas
fearfully and ignominiously perjured him?
self, sinks to tbe level of an artful ruffian,
whose pretensions and adventures have fur?
nished two continents with materials for
gossip and wonder. *
Renewing the Ku-Klux Arrest*.
We learn from the Union Times that, on
Monday last, United States Marshal Williams
began making arresta of persons accused of
being Ku-Elux. Those arrested at Union- j
ville during the week are County Auditor j
W. F. M. Williams, J. M. Spencer, Thoma*
Nelson, T. H. Gallman, Belton Free and
Nevil Hawkins. Colonel Joseph Gist bas
also been arrested, and about forty of the
accused are already in jail. It was rumored
in the county that four hundred warrants
had been issued and were about to be
served, and, as a natural consequence, the
streets of Union ville are deserted, and busi?
ness is at a stand-still. Upon six or eight
farms near the Courthouse all work is dis?
continued, and the bands have been dis?
charged. Quiet and harmony prevailed,
and all classes were living in peace to?
gether; but the old sore is reopened, and it
is impossible to say when the people will
again risk money and lime in preparing
their crops, from which they may be tern
away at any moment upon the accusation of
the lowest scoundrel in the State.
Surely there has been enough of this
bloody Ku-Elux business 1 If it were de?
sired to punish them who were charged with
secret outrages, and to prevent any future
interference with the negro, the object of the
government is already reached. Scores of
men, the innocent as well as the guilty, have
been fined and imprisoned. They who wore
not arrested'are worn down by anxiety md
alarm. Of what avail is it to renew the
scenes of last fall, and punish a whole
people for the wrong-doing of a pitiful few
sf their number ? Ia there to be no security,
DO rest, no surcease of suffering? What a.
mockery is the Peace for which the nation
prayed, and which President Grant and his
supporters boast that they have bestowed
upon this people 1
TUE artless Columbia Union asks candid
men everywhere to peruse Governor Scott's
"Blue Ridge veto message carefully, and
"then point out wherein lt is in anyway
"Pickwickian." We will try to comply with
the request of our amiable contemporary.
Governor Scott was privy, from the begin?
ning, to the schemes of the Blue Ridge
Ring, thought well of the bill, and only vetoed
it because it was understood that it would
eashy pass over the veto. Ali Governor
Scott's official denunciation of the bill, as
being inexpedient and unconstitutional,
waB, therefore, purely "Pickwickian."
Tne relaxation of nervous energy which creates
an indisposition to physical or menial effort, so
Btrong as a.UiOat to amount to positive inauiity,
and which we term lassitude, piooeeds from a
variety ot ciUBes. The principal or these are con?
stitutional debility, heat or the atmosphere,
ooupled with humidity, climatic ohanges, and the
pn? bleat prostration consequent upon a long Ill?
ness. But whatever the cause, lt must be per?
fectly clear that ir the nervous system ls unduly
relaxed, something ls required to brace lt up.
That something ls HOaTEiTER'S BITTERS,
which is un ivers jily recognized as the most com
plete and speedy r?cup?rant of the physical
forces in existence. It has been so thoroughly
and widely demonstrated as to be a matter or j
positive certainty and familiar knowledge, that j
the BITTERS will not only rehabilitate the phy?
sique, when shattered and wasted by disease, but
will also, ir taken systematically, actually com?
pensate the constitutionally feeble frame for Hs
ieilclency of strength, and by Infusing new life
into a weak system, endow lt with the health and
rigor which nature bas denied lt. The BITTE as
il so enable the body to resist the enervating ln
luences of heat, humidity and changes from a
temperate to a hot climate. It ls on these ac?
counts specially to be recommended to travellers
ind residents lu tho torrid zone, and persons
subjected to abrupt tran aillons in temperature.
QB. i N C~H^~TFTR^TTTN\
PURE PERUVIAN (Untnoha Island) GUANO,
last received per schooner Fannie Ehler, direct
(rom the Peruvian Government Agents, and for
sale by GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO., Factors,
mch4-l0_Agents ror Peruvian Guano.
"J^ AND PLASTER.
?ooo barrels warranted Pure Nova Scotia LAND
PLASTER. For sale by
HERMANN BUL WINKLE, Kerr's Wharf.
QHOICE FURNITURE AT LOW PRiCESl
B. C. MILLINGS,
FURNITURE DEALER, No. 444 KING STREET,
Near John Street, Charleston, S 0.,
would respectfully inform the public that he has
just received a choice and select lot of FURNI?
TURE, Including Grecian, Gothic and Corinthian
Chamber Sets, which will compete with anything
lnthecltj for cheapness and btanty of Btyleanu,.
Also a specialty of Ladles', Misses' and Chil?
dren's ROCKERS, atod a variety of Dlnlog-room
Furniture-Oak, Walnut and Imitation Rose?
wood-which he will sell from ten to fin cen per
tent, cheaper than any other store In the city.
Call and compare his styles and prices with
those found elsewhere.
No. 444 KING STREET.
At the sign ortho Man and Rocker,
feb2S-mth2moB Charleston, s. c.
ORANGE LODGE, No. 14, A. F. M.
The Regular uommunicition will be held
'mis EVENING, at : o'clock, at Holmea'a Lycenm.
Candidates for E. A. Degree will present them?
selves. The Arrear List will be read for the second
By order W. M. JOHN B. REEVES,
ATTENTION, MARION RIFLE CLUB.
The Regular Monthly Meeting will be held
at Marlon Ball, Cannon street, at half-past 7
o'clock, THIS EVENING. C. B. 8IGWALD,
IBI8H RIFLE CLUB. - ATTEND A
Drill Meeting of your Club, at Archer? s Hall,
TBia EVENING, at 7 o'clock.
mchll_JAMES F. WALSH, Secretary.
ri ERMAN BIFLE CLUB.-AN EXTBA
VT Meeting will be held THIS EVENING, at 8
o'oiock, at Ltndstedi's Hali.
By order of the President.
pi BAND LODGE, KNIGHTS OF PYTHI
VT AS, SOOTH CAROLINA-The Meeting for
the purpose of receiving the Reports of the Com?
mittees on Finance and ConBtlmilon, and of com?
pleting the organization of thia body, will be held
on T?BSDAY EVENING next, I2tb Instant, at Pyth?
ian Hall, Wentworth street, at 7 o'clock. Mem?
bers will be punctual, aa business of Importance
will be presented.
By order Orana Chancellor.
J. H. KENDALL, O. K. and C. R. Berit?.
m ch 9-3_
FELLOWSHIP SOCIETY.-THE ONE
Hundred and Tenth Anniversary Meeting
will be held at Hibernian Dal!, on WEDNESDAY.
March 13th. at 12 o'clock M. an election for offi?
cers will be held, and t be asnal business transact?
ed. CAMPBELL DOUGLAS.
WANTED, A MAN OB WOMAN TO
Cook. Also, a small Boy. Apply No, 2.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
girl as Seamstress, or take charge of ch ll?
oren. Wishes to go in the country. Inquire at
THE NEWS office for ten days._mehi 1-3?
WANTED ALL WHO HAVE NOT SEEN
the Improved Spring Bed at R. White's
Furniture blore, No 88 basel street, for only six
dollars, to go at once and secure one. Money 1B
well spent there._mchll-l*
INFORMATION WANTED. - WM. B.
KCDAMEL, Printer, recently at work in some
suutn Carolina Office, will please let bl* afflicted
father (at McLeansvllle, N. c.,) hear from him tia
soon aa possible, sooth Carolina and Georgia
papers please copy. 0. S. MCDANIEL.
WANTED, LADIES TO PROCURE
French Woven CORSETS, 76 cents; Lotta !
Mt dei and Star Bustles, from so cents; Hosiery
from fi a dozen. Archer's Bazaar, mchll-fl*
p ENTLEMEN'S COATS, PANTS AND
VX HATS. Ac, cleaned and renewed for
spring, at OTTO SONNTAG'S, Dyer, Wentwonh
street, near artesian Well._mchll-l*
SERVANTS WANTED.-A CHILD'S
NU usc;, a single woman; a'BO a house boy,
colored, with good recommendations. Apply at
Ko. 4 uonghty street._mchP-2
WANTED, TO P?BCHASE FOB CASH,
a small House in the central or western
part of the city. Address "Q," at this office, ata t
ing location, terms, Ac_febj
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warranted
Sewing Machine in themarketts the HOME SHUT?
TLE, price $25 and $87. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency. No. Ol Hasel atreet, oppo.-ite Express
Office, T. L. BIsSELL._Janl2-6mo
WANTED, EVERYONE TO KNOW
that FLETCHER ? 0 ORNE Y, at the Little
Store around the Corner, No. 03 Market street,
have constantly on hand a splendid assortment I 1
of sew York and Domestic POULTRY, CAME <
PO?LTKY AT THIRTY CENTS A POUND.
Also a very fine lot of segar cured Hams,
Extra Prime Goshen and Family and Country
Butter, Beef and Pork sausages, Cheese, .> it o uta
era, Slue?, Dips, ueUery, Eggs and Lard. GAME
a specialty. Their motto : The Beat and cheap?
est. Remember-the Little Store round the Coiner.
FOR SALE, THE SLOOP AMELIA, IN
good running order. Carries twenty cords
oi wood. For terms, apply to E. H. ScHiRMEK,
corner Market und state s.reeta. mchll-m3
AFIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE,
twelve reet long by-elx xeet wide, for aale
ai the Sign of the Mau and Hoc Ker, No. 444 King
street, Charleston, S. C._mcbll-mwi
MULES AT KENTUCKY MULE LOT,
King Btreer. Just arrived, 40 Wagon and
nough MOLES, luw for cash or city acceptance.
JUST ABB1VED, A CAB LOAD OF KEN?
TUCKY MULES, which will be sold cheap, at
WILSON A CU.'d Stable:1, corner of Meettug and
wentworth streets. mch8-tui2?
TO BENT, THAT DESIBABLE BESI
DENCB No. ll St. Philip street, newly palm?
ea, containing four square and two attic rooms.
Kitchen, pantry and dressing rooms attached.
Inquire on premises._ mchll-l*
FOR BENT, ARCHER'S COMMODIOUS
and Central BALL-KOOM; aho, coro for ta?
ble Rooms irom $2 60 per month. Arther's
Wholesale Notion and Fancy Bazaar.
TO RENT, THE DESIRABLE RESI
DENt'E at No. 9 Tilt street, two doors som h
oi Wentttworth street._mch9amw3*
TO BENT, A FINE LARGE COMMODI?
OUS STORE, also several airy rooms, la a
central and pleasant locality. Apply at this office.
0 RENT, THAT FINE STORE CORNER
King and Liberty street, or the whole House
If required. Possession given first of April. Ao
piy lu the store.-_mch8-wfm3*
Cost ana ionn?.
FOUND, AT THE MASKED BALL, ON
Thursday night, ODO Lady's Broach and
one Watch Key, which may be had by calling at
Mr. F. ANSEL, No. 127 Calhoun street. mcb4
AFEW GENTLEMEN CAN OBTAIN
good board In a private family, apply at
No. 442 King atreet. mcbt*-2*
tailoring, l-nrnisljing <5DO?S, Ut.
No. 141 KING STREET,
?atrljes, JeroeirB, Ut.
ALL, BLACK & CO
NOS. 665 and 667 BROADWAY, N. T.,
LARGEST IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND
AND ALL KINDS OP
At the Lowest Prlcea.
QRATES ? CBATEsf? COATES I
1 hereby give notice to all parties In want of
VEQETAULB CRATES that l am prepared to get
them o t In large qua.titles, and ail wonld do
well to call and examine for themselves before
Orders respectfully solicited and promptly filled.
Lumber ol all ascriptions and Plastering Laths
constantly on hand.
JOHN C. MALLOS EE,
Office and Yard, Horlbeck'a Wharf,
?ast tul- Waabington street,
febl Near Northeastern Railroad.
WEST SIDS, A FEW DOORS NORTH OF QUE SN STREET, C
Would respectfully Inform bis friends that he \
baa just returned from New York with a large <
and well selected Btock of the latest Btyles of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
Also, a fall assortment or
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
CELEBRATED STAR SHIRTS.
Gas Fixtures, j r
ADE MT OF MUSIC.
RIBS. JAS. A. OATES.Lesee and Manageress
MONDAY ''EVENING, MABCH 11TH.
First NIgbt of the brief engagement of the favo?
rite yoong native Songstress,
MBS. J. A. OATES,
AND BES VBRY
CELEBRATED COMIC OPERA COMPANY.
The Performance will consist of Planche's
Great Operatic Burlesque Eitrava
. ganza entitled
AND HIS GIFTED SERVANTS.
Hon. Miss Myrtlna.Mrs. J. A. OATBS.
sarDoors open at 7 o'clock. Curtain rises at 8.
Ay-Tuesday Evenlng-THB PRIMMA DONNA
and NAN TUB GOOD FOR NOTHING, mchll-1
The HIBERNIAN SOCIETY will Celebrate its
SEVENTY-FIRST ANNIVERSARY on MONDAY,
the 18th instant, (the 17th failing on Sunday,) at
their Hall, In Meeting street.
The Society will assemble at 12 M. for the Elec?
tion cf Officers for the ensuing year, and the
transaction of other business.
Members will please come prepared to pay
Polls open from 12 M. to 2 P. M.
The Society will reassemble in the Evening, at
8 o'clock precisely, to partake of the Anniversary
WM. A. COURTENAY,
JOHN KENNY, T. A. BEAMISH,
D. B. G1LLILAKD A. G. MAGRATH, JB.
JAMES ARMSTRONG, JR.,
rp o LOAN,
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS. Apply for three
days to J. N. NATHANS,
mchll-l* No. 69 Broad street.
rpHE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
X TRUST COMPANY.
CHARLESTON, January 20,1872.
The attention of Depositors in the Savings De?
partment of this Company ls particularly Invited
to the great safety accompanying the Deposits of
Savings made m this Institution.
These Deposits are regarded by the Board of
Directors as a Special Trust, and are Invested
only in sound and valuable Securities.
In addition to thia careful investment, Deposl-1
tors have, as a farther security, the Capital of the
Company, which ls liable for their Deposits and
the Interest thereon.
interest at the rate of six per cent per annum,
ilther paid In cash QUARTERLY, or passed to
;redlt and compounded. F. A. MITCHELL,
ESTATE NOTICE-ALL PERSONS
having demands against the Estate or
ia ai Es OA?LAKD, late ot St. John's Berkeley,
vin please present their account?, properly at?
eo ted, to either of the subscribers, and all per?
ons Indebted to said Estate will please make
jayment to same.
P. 0. GAILLARD, )
Charleston, I Qualified
JNO.G. GAILLARD. [Executors.
mcrill-ml4 St. John's Berkeley, J_
RHE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF RICHLAND.-COURT OF COM?
BON PLEAS.-SALLIE P. McCOLLUM, Plaintiff,
igatnBt ROBERT MCCOLLUM, Defendant-Copy
summons for Relief, complaint not served.-To
he Defendant, ROBERT McCOLLUM : You are j
?ereby summoned auct required to answer the
lompialnt in this action, which u Oled in the office
>r lha Clerk or Common Pitas, for (be sala coun
y, and io serve a copy or your ans ? er to the
?ala complaint on the suoBcriuers at their office,
it Columbia, within twenty days alter the service
lereor, exclusive ol the day or such service; and
r you lall to answer the complaint within the
Irae aforesaid, the plain iff in mis action will ap?
tly to tne court lor the relief demanded in the |
Dated February 17, 1872.
MONTEITH A BAUSKETT,
RHE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
CHARLESTON COUNTY-In the Common
.'leas.-MAKT?A B. BECKETT, as Executrix or
he Will of WILLIAM BECKETT, deceased, va S.
I. AUSTIN, S. L. ANDREWS and GEO. G. KEN?
NEDY, surviving partners or the Firm or AUSTIN,
LNDREWa A CV.
To GEO. G. KENNEDY, a Defendant In this ac?
ion : You are hereby summoned to answer the
iomplalnt in this action, which ls flied In tne
iftice ol the Clerk or the Court of Common Pleas
ur the Bald County, a:id to serve a copy of your
inswer on the SUOBCIIbers, at the courthouse,
Marleston, within twenty days alter the service
>f thia summons, exclusive of the day or service.
ir you fall to answer this complaint within the
lme nereln specified, the plaintiff will take Jndg
nent against you for the sum of Ave hundred
lullars, with interest at the rate of seven per
lent, per annum, irom the3lst day ol December,
ino thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight,
CHAMBERLAIN, SEABROOK A DUNBAR,
Plaintiff's Attorn eva.
A. C. RICHMOND, 0. C. P.-IL.S.]
To the Defendant, GEO. 0. KENNEDY : Take
lot Ice that the summons in tula action, of which
he foregoing ls a copy, was flied In the office or
ne Clerk of the Cenrt of Common Pleas, fur the
>untv of Charleston, on the second day uf Jann
CHAMBERLAIN, SEABROOK A DUNBAR,
Courthouse, Charleston, S. 0.
January 20. 1872. Jan22-me
Notices in CankrnptcTj.
UMTfcD STATES, FOR THE EASTERN DIS?
TRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-lu the matter of
tOBERT UART1N, Bankrupt-In Bankrupt
:y.-To whom ltmay Concern: The undersigned,
lereby gives notice of his appointment aa As
lgnee or ROhERT MARTIN, ol Allendale, in
he County of Barnwell, and State of South caro?
ma, within said District, who bas been ad
uuged a bankiupt upon nu own petition, by
he District Court of said District.
Dated at Charleston, the 2d day of March, A.
). 1872. D. B. G1LLILAND,
[N TBE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR SOOTH CAROLINA
u the matter bf GEORGE W. PARKER A EDWIN
$. POND, Copartners as PARKER A POND, of
lharleston, Bankrupts.-Petition for mu and
inal discharge In Bankruptcy. Ordered, that a
tearing be had on the FIFTEENTH DAY OF MARCH
it Federal Courthouse In Charleston, S. C., and
hat all creditors, Acor s aid Bankrupts appear at
Rid time and place, and show cause, ir any they
ian, why the prayer of trie petitioners should not
ie granted. And thats meeting of creditors of
aid Bankrupts will be held at the office uf JULIUS
J. CARPE NTER, Esq., Registrar'or Second Con
?ress io nal District, S. C. on F?CHTE s STU DAY OF
lAF.cn, 1872, at 12 M.
By urder of ihe 0 ,urt, the loth day or January,
872. DAN"Li, HORLBECK,
ClTk or the District Court of the United states
or Sonth Carolina. feb26-m3
The HOME SHUTTLE nses the Straight Needle,
oases the lock stitch, (alike on both sides,) has
elf-adjastlng tension, and ls the only first class
aw price Sewing Machine in the market adapted
or every variety or sewing from muslins to
leavlest cloths. Price $25 and $37.
Agenta wai ted. Send stamp lor circular and
ample ot Sewing. T. L. BISSELL,
Janll-rmw8mo Charleston, S. 0.
r-jTTO A. MOSES, PH. D.
Geological Surveys and Mapa promptly and
xactly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro
ertles reported upon, and Working Plans far?
lane i. Separatng and Metallurgical Proces?
es adapted to Ore Deposits. Special attention
o CHEMICAL ANALYSES Of FERTILIZERS,
(rugs, Ores, Minerals, Ac LABORATORY,
decitf-stuthamo No. 28 George street. ,
groceries, Signors, Ut. |
JJACON AND BULK MEATS.
160 hbds Prime BACON SIDES, C. B.
180 boxes Prime Bacon Sides, O. H.
DRY SALTED MEATS.
40 hbo's Prime D. S. C. R. SIDES.
60 boxes Prime 0. R. Sides.
16 boxes Prime D. 8 Rib Sides.
40 boxes Prime D. s. Shoulders.
For sale by HENRY GOBI A A 00.
5000 bushels Prime White CORN
looo bushels Yellow Corn
For sale in bu.k or sacked by
mchll-3 H. BULWINKLE A CO.
rjlEASl TEAS ! TEAS I
A FRESH AB BIYA L
LINLEY'B CHEAP STO EE,
NO. 190 KINO STREET.
Ten ha if chests
FANCY CROP YOUNG HYSON,
Guaranteed to please the most fastidious taste,
' AT MY USUAL PRICE, SO WELL KNOWN.
Warranted superior In power and delicacy of
flavor to any TEA sold In other First-class Stores
at from $175 to $2 per pound, and only to be
LINLEY'S CHEAP STORE,
No. 190 KING STREET,
At the singularly low price of
$1 50 PER POUND.
DOST FORGET THAT THIS TEA 18 GUARAN?
A Fall Line of other kinds and grades constant?
ly on band, as cheap as they can be nought else?
ON G OF THE
ECONOMICAL HOUSEKEEPER 1
'Although all dealers say they sell
The very, very best,
Not any Tea, like WILSON'S,
Will stand a lasting test;
And I have tried lt long enough,
Upon a frugal plan,
To find lt ls the only Tea
To oheer np my good man."
306 KING STREET.
306 KING STREET.
306 KING STREET.
306 KING STREET.
306 KING STREET.
On hand and still arriving the largest and best
STOCK OF TEAS
To be found in
These TEAS are New Crop, received direct via
Isthmus to this
We are offering TEAS at the following low
prices, owing to the anticipated decline in duties:
TEAS, Oreen and Black, sold elsewhere at eoe,
we sell at 50c. per lb.
TEAS, Oreen and Black, Bold elsewhere at soc.,
we aell at eoe. per lb.
GUNPOWDER, a nice article, sold elsewhere at
$125, we sell at $l.
Weean and do offer a better TEA at $140 per
lb. than can be Bold by other dealers for 25c. a
pound advance. Oar motto, "Quick sales and
amall profita," has placedlas In the van among
the Grocers of charleston, and we Intend to keep
there. Oar sales are increasing, and we guaran?
tee the quality of our goods.
MW Remember t
NO. 30? KING STREET,
MW IB the place to boy your Teas. ?TO
JJ A CON, FLOUR, Ac.
Choice BACON O. B. AND SHOULDERS,
Choice Dry Salt Meats,
Barrel ,rk, Flak,
Axle Grease, Ac., Ac.
Choicest Brands WESTERN 3. 0. HAMS, can?
vassed. Also Breakfast Bacon constantly on
We invite purchasers to examine onr Stock.
MACQUEEN A BIEOKE,
Nos. 21 and 28 Vendue Bange
LIVERPOOL SALT, In fine sacks and good or?
der, for sale In lots to snit purchasers.
feb3 RAVENEL A 00.
gALTl SALTI SALTI
i860 sacks Liverpool SALT, now landing from
Bark Windermere, for sale cheap from wharf in
lots to ault purchasers.
Apply to HENRY CARD,
febB Accommodation Wharf.
?JUGAR AND MOLASSES.
78 bhds. New Orleans SUGAR
48 h nd a. De mer ara Sugar
145 birts. New Orleans Molasses,
in store and for sale by o. F. WEITERS,
Jan24 No. 189 East Bay.
faott?t?t Ciqturrt, #t._
CELEBRATED -DIAMOND" BRAND
Sold by leading Orocera In principal Cities'. * ?,
JgNGLISH MINERAL. SALT..
85 tons English MineralBALT.
Received direct from Liverpool. An excellent
article for Manure, and well worthy tue attention
of Flan tera. Ac F or sale low by
mcnlI-3 LAUREY, ALEXANDER A CO.
pu SE SEED BICE..
1000 bushels very Fare SEED BIOS.
For sale hy JAMES R. PH INGLE A- S 5.,
mchl-rmwimo Nc cAdger's. Wharf.
ipiBESH BISCUITS, CBACBLEBS, Ac
Just received, a fresh supply or Hine, Cream,
Ginger, Soda, Boston, Lemon, Wine, Batter, Plo*
I nie and Arrowroot CRACKERS; also Cream and
Sotar Jumbles. ?3
For sale low by . D. FITZ GIBBON,
N. w. corner King and Cannon streets. '
All goods delivered free _mcfl6-lmo -'
PRESERVES, JELLIES, FRENCH
We are receiving by every steamer a line assort-.
i meat of PRESERVES, Jams, Jemes, Sup rior
French Cordials, Preserved citron, Ginger, la
1 Jars, Ac
For sale by D. FITZ GIBBON.
N. w. corner E ng ana .Cannon streets.
All goods delivered free. mchMmo *"
j -piNE OLD C?BN WHISKEY.
.hst received, a large lot dr that superior CORN
WHISKEY, which we are selling at si 76 per gal?
lon: also a choice assortment of Rye wnistlas, ?
Brandies, Wines, ac T! .?
For sale low by D. FITZ GIBBON,
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets.
.all gooda delivered free_aojMag .
QANNED GOODS ! CANNED GOODS I
We have on hand, and are receiving nv every,
steamer, a large supply of the shove goods, con
sin Ung of FRUITS, Vegetables, Fish, Ac We also ;
aro In receipt of New Prunes, Dried Figs, Omv
[ rants, Raisins, Ac
For sa e low by D. FITZ GIBBON,
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets. ,
All goods delivered free._mcha-lmo ?'
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IN U.S. BONDED STORES.
A. TOBIAB' SONS, NO. 110 EAST BAT, j
. Offer for sale from U. & Bonded Warehouse. >
Choice COGNAO and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT [
various vintages, ia
Quarter caita . ~
Cases of one doaen bottles each. . o
^HOICE WHITE MILLING CORN A NB
FLOUR, LANSING THIS DAY. . r
i MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 Eatt Bay. Of'er io?
(ale Invoices Oholce WHITE MILLING COHN and '
Extra FLOUR, landing this day. _. ?
JJ ARMON I'S SHERRY WINE, '
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. no East Bay. offer for '
tale an invoice of Choice HARMONY'S PALI;
SHERRY WINE. _A. TOBIAS' S8N3. \
iQHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 Bist Bay, offer fat:
tate an Invoice of Oholce HAVANA CIGARS, di?
reot from Factory m Havana. it
.pMBE CRACKERS. - :.;
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. no East Bay, offer for1
i Ale an invoice of FIRE CRACKERS, landing thia .
T7TNEGAB, PRUNES, WHITE WINK]
V CLARET, ?a ;
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale VINEGAR, '
Prunes, White Wine, Imported direct from
?gNGLISH PORTER AND ALE.
' A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of Mesara. Edward * t
George Hibben, of London, offer for sale Hibberfi :
PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pint? and
QOALI COAL! COAL!
100 tons Best SYDNEY COAL, in lots to salt pur- -
chasers, for sale cheap to close consignment.
Apply to HENRY CARD,
NO. 1 PERUVIAN (CHINCHAISLAND>
160 tona Nc 1 PERUVIAN (Chincha Island)
GUANO, warranted pure, and up to standard.
For sale by HERMANN BUL WINKLE,
febl7 Ken's Wharf. ?<
y ERY PRIME SEED RICE, r
1000 bushels very Prime SEED RICE, very pure, '
and free of red. Apply to
J. R. PRINGLE A SON,
Jan 27-a tu th No. 6 Ad ge r's North Wharf.
JP OG ARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW CATALOGUE, No. 24,
BISHOP HOWE'S INAUGURAL SERMON?
preached December 10, 1871, before tho clergy
and Laity assembled in sc Philip's church, ny
the Right Rev. W. B. W. Howe, D. D., Bishop of
Booth Carolina, 15 cents.
The Agreement or Science and Revelation, by
Rev. Jos. H. Wythe, M. D., $176.
Modern Scepticism, a course of lectures deliver?
ed at the request of the Christian Evidence Socie?
ty, with an explanatory paper, by the Right Rev.
C. J. Elllcott, D. D., 12 26.
Legends of the Patriarchs and Prophets, and
other Testament character from varions sources,
by Rev. s. Baring Gould, 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, ti.
Yesterday a with Authors, by James T. Fields,
The Southern states Since the War, 1870-'71, by.
Robert Somers, $3 so.
The Divine Comedy of Dante Allghlere, translat?
ed by Longfellow, $3.
Seven Decades or the Union, the humanities '
and materialism, illustrated ny a memoir or John
Tyler, with reminiscences of some or hts great
contemporaries; the transition state ol this nation,
its dangers and their remedy, by Henry A. Wise,
The Statesman's Year Bool;, a statistical and
historical account or the States of tbe civilized
world, man naif, r politicians and merchants, by
F. Martin, $3. '*
A Manual of the Mollusca a treatise or recent
and fossil shells, by Dr. S. P. Woodward, A. L. S.,
late assistant palaeontologist In the British Mu?
seum, second edition, with an appendix ol recent
and fossil concbologlcal discoveries to the present
time, by Ralph Gate, A. L. 8. and O. S., illustrat?
ed, $3 75.
Rural Homes, sketches of houses salted to
American country life, with origma! plana, de?
signs, Ac, by G. Wheeler, $2.
Wheeler's Homos for the People, In anbnrb and
country, with examples showing how to alter
and remodel old buildings, one hundred designs,1
Carpentry and Joinery, a useful m an nat for tho
many, by S. T. Aveling, with illustrations, f1
Biographical Dictionary, universal pronouncing
dictionary 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. $4.
Good Words for tue Young, 1871, edited by Geo,
MacDonald, bound, $4.
MW The Hymnal of the Church, "standard"
edmon, in vari?os styles. A liberal diso ont, by
the quantity, will be made for introduction.
*t" initial t aper and Envelope's, In boxes,
Fiencb, English and American, a variety of styles,
at unusually low prices.
NEW NOVELS AND LIGHT LITERATURE RE?
CEIVED BY STEAMER EVERY WEEK,
nyrersons residing m the country will please
bear In mind that by tending their orders to nsfor
any Books published In America, they will be
charged only the price of the Book. We pay for
the postage or express. Address
FOG ARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 200 King street, (In the Bend,)
mcb5-tuths Oharieston. S. 0.
From and after this date, the undersigned win
do Business as COTTON AND PRODUCE BRO?
KERS, and will give special attention to all
orders entrusted to their care
MOTTET, HUGH ET A CO.,
No. 4 Adger'a Wharf.
Charleston, S. C., lat March, 1872.
ABARGAIN !-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Haggles Wood Frame
Paper cutter, will be sold low lor cash. Ia nearly
new, cuta 28 inches, and has an extra knife No
charge for package Price $40. Apply at Tas
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