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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO.,
No. 14D East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1872.
SEWS OE TELE DAT.
-Gold, at New York, yesterday, closed at
-The New York cotton market closed
weak; uplands 22| cents; sales 1039 balee.
-At Liverpool, cotton closed heavy; up?
lands llalljd.; Orleans ll?d. Manchester ad?
vices less favorable, causing dullness.
-The Labor Reform party In Ohio have
hoisted the name or Hon. David Davis, or Illi?
nois, as their candidate for the next Presi?
-It appears that the large expenditures of
money under the Eu-Hlux act, two millions
appropriated for that purpose, have not proved
sufficient, ano the House, on Thursday, pro-1
Tided for another million. Federal officials j
and witnesses in such cases are costly, it is a
good way of spending money and rewarding I
partisans at the South. As a campaign fund
for the next presidential contest lt will, no
doubt, prove a profitable Investment. j
-Among those who, on the Feast of the
Purification at the Convent of the Sacred
Heart, of Chicago, took their last* vows, was
Madame Kitty M. Garesche. This lady ls an
illustration of how families were divided dur-1
lng the recent war. Ste ls the grand
daughter, onhermother's side, of Louis Mc
Lane, secretary ol State under General Jack- I
son, and niece ol the famous Confederate I
G?n?ral, J. E. Johnston, while her father
adhered to the eam'ecanse,abandonlngalncra-J
ti ve practice to go South. He was as Intimate as
a brother with the late Lieutenant Colonel Ju
li us P. Garesche, U. 8. A., and of whom he was J
a double first cousin. " '
-The Western Union Telegraph Company I
has for some time been cramped in its present j
headquarters In Liberty' street, and recently
attempted to purchase the Astor House, In
order to get as close as poralble to the new I
postoffice, now ld process of erection hear the
city hall. Falling in this, the company deter
mined to purchase tne valuable estate en the
northwest corner of Broad way and Dey street.
This property extends between fifty and sixty
feet on Broadway, and runs back one hun?
dred and fifty feet In Dey street. It was pur
chased a few years ago by Dr. Evan?, the
Paris court dentist, and a well known A merl- I
can, for the Emperor Louis Napoleon. The
price ?1 v en for It by Napoleon, through Evans,
Was $480,000. and the price paid for.lt qow ls
said to be $800,000. On the 1st of May, all
the buildings standing on this property will I
be torn down, and the erection ci a new and
magnificent structure will be begun.
-A New York telegram says that the cele- I,
brated courthouse plasterer, Garvey, when
not on the witness stand, keeps himself Tn se-1 ;
elusion. He has been served with a com
plaint lu the suit of the board of supervisors I '
against the Ring, which was instituted in au?
tumn last, about the time Mr. O'Conm's suits <
for the recovery of the city's money was com?
menced. It ls said that Garvey will bring ,
?ott to recover some twenty thousand dollars
lox plastering the Metropolitan Hotel, against
Wm. M. Tweed, as the explosion against Tam?
many did not enable Garvey to cover the ex
penses of that. Job into the charges- against
the city asper agreement. It Is asserted that
ex-Controller Connolly is now and has been
for tue last three months residing .In New Jer-1
Bey, within an hour's ride ol the city. Unre?
liable reports are in circulation, rounded on
the factof Tweed's private office being adver?
tised "To Let," that the Boss Is hiding and
will soon flee from New York. '
-It has pleased certain of the Washington
correspondents to represent Mr. 8. 8. Cox as
having been worsted In an enoounter In de?
bate with a colored Congressman from Mis?
sissippi. Tbe full report of the Globe shows
that, so far from belog worsted, Mr. Cox had
no encounter at all with the colored Congress
maa in question. Mr. Cox's speech aimed at
showing, what lt did show, that the appro?
priation of one million dollars for expenses in?
curred in prosecuting political offenders was
unjust and excessive, and that the appropri?
ation would have been more intelligible, even
If lt bad been lees defensible, ll it bad been
avowed to be for the purpose of securing ihe I
re-election of Mr. Granr. In the course of his
remarks he said, what passes as a truism I
among all men tolerably informed upon the I
matter, that the State Government of South
Cato:!na was shamefully corrupt. This alie-1
gatton a colored Congressman from another
State undertook to dispose of by personal dis I
paragemeut of Mr. Cox, and by representing
Mr. Cox as having attacked the colored race.
This Mr. Cox did not do, nor anj thing which
could bc made to bear such a construction, as
the detailed report amply shows.
-New York may well claim to be cosmo?
politan when Fijian cannibals put up at the
Astor House and enjoy the dance ot their
native land In one of its private parlors. The
four man-eating Fijians, who were res.ued
from the feast of Eiog Thokambau for the
hardly less painful experience of travelling
with a show in this -land of liberty, gave a pri?
vate exhibition the other day before a small and
select assemblage at that famous hostelry. A
blazing fire in the grate shed a warmth upon
their naked bodies, and under its influence
.they performed the dances ol their native land,
the feast dance and the war dance, with
an unction which only needed the odor
of their favorite roast to make the ef?
fect perfect. To the drumming of the
Prince-s O ta van (hey leaped and pranced,
gnashed their teeth and smacked their lips,
lu a manner which sent cold shivers down the
spine of every missionary present. Then I hey
armed themselves with axe-helves and gave
the war dance, splintering the stout clubs In
their ardor. One, a dwarf, 6howed how In
battle he killeoVmore than the tallest warrior,
by leaping under the weapons or bis antago?
nists and deftly disembowelling them with a
neat wooden sword armed with four rows of
shark's teeth. It is reassuring to learn (hat
these gentle savages read the Bible and are
coming to appreciate Ihe taste oJ sucking pig
as almost equal to that of missionary.
-Io con, inning his delineation of the career
oflbeLowt-ry gang, the North Carolina cor?
respondent gives some additional details or
the ctime? committed by the chief. Henry
Berry Lowery. His violent disposition began
to be manifested as early as 1865, and be was
Incarcerated on two occasions for murderous
assaults. His second' escape from Jail was
made in the coolest manner imaginable. He
presented a knife and a revolver at the head
of the frightened jailor, Baying thathewaB
"tired o? staying here," and then walking
leisurely out. From that day to this, he has
led the life of an outlaw, killing sometimes
for plunder, sometimes for revenge, some?
times for defence. He has refused to trust any
person except those who by bloodshed
put themselves out of the pale of
society, like himself, and he has col?
lected a pack of murderers who are under
his absolute control. Like all similar characters
he is said to have his good traits, and no
outrages upon women or purely malicious
destruction of property are charged against
him. His first great crime, after escaping
from prison, was the murder of Beuben King,
sheriff of Booeson County, for which several,
of the gang were arrested and sentenced to
be hung, bm, dug their way out of Jail and re?
turned to their camp. The murders of Owen
a Norment, Mr. Carlisle, Mr. Betha, Mr.
Bevels, and twenty or twenty-five others fol?
lowed in succession with startling rapidity,
and seldom did any of the marauders suffer
In the least for their crimes. And still the
Lowerys roam boldly and securely through the
State, robbing wherever they can, killing
wherever it becomes necessary, and employ?
ing their intervals of leisure In electioneering
for the success of the^Radicals, who can con?
quer whole legions 6? "Ku-Klur" with ease,
but are "unable" to prevent the predatory and
murderous raids of this handful of cut?
MM Lauren? Ku-Klux.
The disturbance at Laurens Courthouse
on Monday week, which ingenious Radical
agitators have garnished as a Ku-Klux out?
rage, was a very small affair.
? man named I. W. Elayne Williams had
an altercation with County Treasurer Fow?
ler, and put bis hand in his bosom as
though he were about to draw a weapon.
At the instance of Mr. Fowler, before any
weapon bad been produced, Mr. Williams
was arrested and taken to jail. Soon after?
wards be was admitted.to bail, and left the
town. The difficulty between Fowler arid
Williams bed a private origin, and does
not look mach like a Ku-Klux affray. There
was no other breach .of the peace at Laurens
Courthouse on court day, with the excep?
tion of a sharp little quarrel amongst four or
five young me?, who bad been drinking
freely. Yet the Badical papers have magni?
fied the whole business into a terrible riot,
in which several persons wefe killed or
Is lhere not at Laurens Courthouse an
official Bing who are engaged io manufac
ing Cock and Bull stories of Ku-Klux out?
rages, with no other object than that of
giving the Radical brethren an excuse for
patting the county under martial law?
These ore the true Ku-Klux in South
A Bit of Genealogy.
The Rev. H. A. Brown, who preached the
funeral sermon of Mr. John Scott, of Ohio,
the father of oar Governor, gave OD that oc?
casion an interesting item from the history
of the great Sir Walter Scott. He stated
that "Mr. Scott (the deceased) was of Scotch
"descent, and was a cousin of General
"Winfield Scott, and, consequently, a de?
scendant of Sir Walter Scott," Now, as
the nearest common ancestor of two cousins '
is their grandfather, the fact stated by Mr.
Brown affords a remarkable instance of pre?
cocity io that illustrious family.
. Sir Walter Scott was born in 1771. Mr.
John Scott, the elder grandson, was born in
1785. General Win Held Scott, the younger
grandson, was born iu 1786. ffius it ap?
pears lhat Sir Walter Scott bad grandchil?
dren ia America when be himself was be?
tween fourteen and fifteen years of age ! We
feel a pardonable pride iu reporting this re?
markable physiological phenomenon. Can
any other family 3how "the likes of that?"
A Political Lexicographer.
Sectional spirit has shown itself ia most
unlikely places; but we had not expected
that the compilers of a dictionary would set
to work to alter the definitions of words so
as to adapt them to their own advanced
ideas of the theory and practice of our gov?
ernmental system. This hos been done by
the literary executors of Dr. Noah Webster,
who have made the so-styled "unabridged
"Webster's Dictionary" unworthy of trust,
and oflhe approval of intelligent men. For
instance, the word "Congress" is thus de?
fined by Dr. Noah Webster in the edition
of 1847 :
"The assembly of Senators and Representa?
tives of the-United States of America, accord
Inglo the present Constitution, or political
compact, by which they are united In a federal
compact ; the Legislature of the United States,
consisting of two houses, a Senate and House
of Represen tatlTes."
This definition undoubtedly agrees pre?
cisely with the views of the framers of the
Constitution ; but it did not suit the party of
centralization, and in the 1867 edition of
Webster the meaning of "Congress" is de:
tined os follows :
"Congress : The assembly of Senators and
Bepresentatlves of the people of a nation,
especially of a Republic, for the purpose of
enacting laws, and considering malters of
notional Interest, and constituting the chief
legls a ive body of the nation."
This is stupid and untrue. There may be
a Congress of nations, or sovereign States,
for adjusting international affairs ; but there
cannot be a Congress of one nation for the
purpose of framing its laws."
Again, the word "Compact" is originally
defined by Dr. Webster as follows :
"An agreement; a contract between par?
ties; a word that may be applied, In a general
seose, to any covenant or contract, between
Individuals; but It is more generally applied to
agreements oeficeen nations' and States, as
treaties and confederacies. So the Constitu?
tion of the United Stales is a political contract
between the Slates ; or national compact."
But his "literary executors" omit all allu?
sion to the Federal Constitution as a com?
pact between the Slates, and define the
word thus :
"An agreement between parlies; a cove?
nant, or contract, either of Individuali or
We might multiply examples of disingen
uousness and perversions of the truth ; but
we have given enough to show how unlit is
Webster's Dictionary for use among persons
who desire to know things as they are, and
not as shirting political opinion would make
them appear to be.
A Ur publican Arraignment of Grant.
The Nation, which is the mest indepen?
dent, as it iB the ablest, and fairest, of Re?
publican political journals, thinks that it
matters little whether President Grant
smokes many or few cigars, is taciturn or lo?
quacious, or has, or has not, appointed all
his relations to office. A successful defence
upon these points will not shield the Presi?
dent from the weightier charges which have
been made against him. It therefore pro?
poses a number of questions, which the
apologists of President Grant will find it
hard to answer satisfactorily. The Nation
"The questions which candid men, who
have no prejudices agaist him and no person?
al ends to Berve either by opposing or sup?
porting bim, would like to have answered are j
these-and if Harper's Weekly will answer
them frankly and fairly, it will either do him
or the public a great service: Why did he ap?
point such a man as Sickles minister to Spain?
Why did he select new judges to the Supreme
Court with special reference to their opinions
on a question already sub judice, or, in other
words, pack the court to procure a judgment
on a question of property favorable to his own
views of political expediency ? Why has he
kept and doeB he still keep a mau like Casey
in the New Orleans Customhouse, In spite ol
gross and notorious misconduct, and this man
his brother-in-law ? Why does he keep a
manlike Kramer minister to Denmark, in
spite of his recent display of Incompetency
and misconduct, and this man also his broth?
er-in-law ? Why did he appoint to the New
York and Philadelphia collectorship, when
meditating a great measure of civil-service
relorm, two persons who were notoriously op?
posed to civil-service reform, and one of
whom was, at the time of his appointment,
actually engaged In denouncing it in his
paper ? Why did he appoint a man like Geo.
H. Butler consul-general in Egypt ? Suppos?
ing him to have been deceived in Butler's
character, how ls it that a year after Butler's
abominations have been exposed he is still re?
tained in office ? Supposing the President to
have innocently given Leet the letter of Intro?
duction to Hr. Grlnnell, which we believe he
did, how is lt that on discovery how Leet had
abused it he did not Insist on bis removal ?
How is it that, one year after Leet'B miscon?
duct had been exposed by a Congressional J
committee, he still remained in office, and [
that it took a second investigation and expo?
sure to make his removal even talked of?
We might multiply these questions, if neces?
sary, but satisfactory answers to these would
break the back of the opposition."
~~?3r LASSITUDE AND^DEmLITT.- |
Tne relaxation of nervous energy which creates
an lndlf position to pbyslcal or men-al effort, so
strong as almost to amount to positive inanity,
and which we term laasitnde, proceeds from a
variety of c .asea. The principal or these are con?
stitutional debility, heat of the atmosphere,
coupled with humidity, climatic changes, and the
physical prostration consequent upon a long ill?
ness. But whatever the canse, lt mnst be per?
fectly clear that lr the nervous system ls unduly
relaxed, something ls required to brace lt np*
That something is HOaTElTER'S BITTERS,
which is universally it cognized 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 of
positive certainty and familiar knowledge, that
the BITTERS will not only rehabil?tate the phy
slqce, when shattered and wasted by disease, but
will also, if taken systematically, actcally com?
pensate the constitutionally feet:- frame for i's J
deficiency cf strength, and by infusing new life j
into a weak system, endow lt with the health and
vigor which nature baa denied lt. The BITTERS
also enable the body to resist the enervating In
huences of heat, humidity and changes from a
temperate to a hot climate. It is on these ac?
counts specially to be recommended to travellers
and residents in the torrid zone, and persons
subjected to abrnpt transitions In temperalure.
til IT H-THOMPSON.-On the Sth Instant, in
Summerville, ty the Rev. J. J Sams, at ihe resi?
dence of the bride's mother, B. MACBETH SMITH
to M. ELOISE, daughter of the late William
Thompson. No card?.
ANCES and Friends or Mr. and Mrs. B. BROWN
are hereby most respectfully Invited to attend the
Funeral of the latter, THIS MORNING, at ll
o'clock, from her late residence, No. 234 King
DAN LODGE, No. 93, L O. B. B.
The Members are hereby fraternally requested to
atteDd the Funeral of Mrs. H. BROWN, THIS
MOUSING, at ll o'clock, from her late residence,
No. 234 King street. By order of the President.
mchi3-? ASHER D. COBEN,Secretary.
fer- THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintances of Urs. ANNE SCHADE, and her
daught.r, Miss Lena Schade, and or Mrs. B. D?n?
nem ann and her sons, are respectfully invited to
attend the Funeral of the former, irom her late
residence, No. 44 Nassau street, at 9 o'clock, THIS
DAT, March 13.
Wsshlngton Star please copy. m ch 13-*
TENNANT.-Died on the 12th March, 1872. Mr.
J. b'. i EN NA NT, aged 66 years, 5 months and 18
days, a native ot this elly.
j&* THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
acquaintances or'Mr. and Mrs. J.B. TENNANT,
are ?espectfully Invited to attend the Funeral or j
the former, at hts late residence No. 193 st. Phillp
street, THIS DAT, at half-past 3 o'deck.
H AU Vt RM AN.-Died at Chattanooga, Tenn,
on the 6th Maren, 1872, Mrs. ANNIE T. H AC VER
MAN, wlie of Dr. A.D. Bauverman, late of Ant?
werp, N. Y. *
SCHUCK M ANN'.-Died on the 5th or Varch, ar?
ter a long Illness, In the 67th year of his age, Mr.
LOUIS scUUCKMANN, a native of Germany, and
for 35 yea? a resident of this city. *
/VIN CONSEQUENCE OF THE
death of Mr. JOHN U?RKAMP, the business here?
tofore carried on under the firm name of JOHN
HU RE AMP A CO. will be continued by the under?
signed surviving partners.
W. F. OSTENDORFF.
Charleston, S. C., March, 1872. mchi3-l?
^NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Inspector of Phosphates will enter upon the
duties of bis onlue, MONDAT, the nth instant, at
his Laboratory, No. 28 George strcer.
OTTO A. MOSES. PH. D.,
rncti9-6_State Inspector of Phosphates.
JUT THE CHARLESTON CHARITA
ULE ASSOCIATION, FOR THE BENEFIT OF TUE
FREE SCHOOL FUND.-OFFICAL RAFFLED
CLASS NO. ?95 -MORNING.
CLASS No. 396-EVENING.
As witness our hand at Charleston this 12th day
Of March, 1872. FENN PECK,
JAMES GILLI LAND,
oct3 Sworn Commissioners
IO. O. F.-AN ADJOURNED MEETING
. of tfie City Lodges of the Independent Or?
ner ol Odd Fellows will be held THIS EVENING, at
Odd Fellows' Bail, at nair-past 7 o'clock. A fall
attendance of the Order ls psrtloalarly requested,
as business of Importance will be transacied.
By order. ROBERT JAM Es,
KOF P.-PALMETTO LODGE, No L
. ' Attend your Regular s em!-Mont hi y Com?
munication TO-NIGHT, at naif-past 7 o'clock, at
Pythian Hall, Society street, candidates for Ini?
tiation will please be punctual.
By order of W. 0. J. H. KENDALL,
menu_w. R. S.
GERMAN STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Attend the Regular Monthly
Meeting at your Hall, at half-past 7 o'clock THIS
EVENING, A inn attendance ls requested.
By order President RIRCEE.
JOHN H. OSTENDORFF,
PHONIX STEAM FIRE COMPANY.
Attend an Extra Meeting of jour Company,
THIS EVENING, at half-past 7 o'clock. Honorary
and con tribut log members ere requested to at?
By order of the President.
mchl3_B. J. HOWLAND, Jr., Secretary.
WAGENER ARTILLERY CLU B.
Attend the Regular Weekly Meeting and
Drill, at Lin dated t's Hall, THIS EVENING, a*. 6
o'clock. Ponctuai attendance 19 requested.
By order. H. W. '1IEDEMANN,
PISH RIFLE CLUB.-ATTEND DRILL
Meeting at 7 o'clock, THIS EVENING.
mclil3_JAMES F. WALSH, Secretary.
NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY.-THE
Regular Quarterly Meeting of this Society
wm beheld THIS EVENING, the istb inst., at the
Charleston Hotel, at ti a ir-past 7 o'clock precisely.
A rall attendance ls nquested, as business of
much Importance will be brought up for consid?
eration. By order. THADDEUS aTREET,
OFFICE HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
CHARLESTON, MARCH 13.1872.-The An?
niversary Meering of the Howard Association of
Charleston will be held on FRIDAY next, the 16th
instan- at the Hall of the Chamber of Commerce,
at 12 o'clock M. Officers and members are par.
tl'Uiarly Invited to attend. An election for
officers for the ensuing rear will then take place.
GEORGE S. PELZ ER, M. D.,
mHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
JL Stockholders af the Northeastern Railroad
Company will be held at the Hall of the Planters'
and Mechanics' Bank, on WEONKSday, the 3d of I
April next, at 12 o'clock M., when an election for |
a President and Six Directors to serve for the en
suing year will take place. C. WILLI M AN.
WANTED IMI?ED?ATELY, A COMPE
TENT COOK and Houseiservanr, High
wages paid if satlsfsctory. Apply at No 41 War
reg street, next io Smith._mchi3-l?
Tl/ ANTED, A WOMAN (WHITE PRE
YY FERRED) to cook and wash. Good refer?
ences required. Apply at No. 80 Wentworth
WANTED, A SOUTHERN LADY TO
teach In a family. Oae required compe?
tent to teach the higher branches of English,
Music and Drawing. Reference as to competen .
cy 8Dd character required. Address Dr. A. H.
JOHNSON, Bamberg P. U., South Carolina Rail?
road. Informatlou can be bad from Messrs.
PELZ ER, RODGERS A CO., Or E. L. HALSEY,
Charleston, U. V. _mchlS
INFORMATION WANTED OF JACOB
DRAYTON, an old colored man, who disap?
peared from the yard of Mrs. Williams, East Bay,
opposite Commercial wharf, on the 4th instant.
He had on a heavy dark overcoat at the time.
Any Information will be thankfully received by
his sister, at ihe abave place._mchU-2?
WANTED TO SELL, A SECOND-HAND
PIANO. Price $22?. Terms liberal. Ad
drt si M, PoBtofflce Box No. 179, charleston, S. 0.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
girl as Seamstress, or take ch arge of ch il- j
urea. Wishes to so lo the country. Inquire at'
THE NEWS office for ten days._inch11-3?
INI-ORMATION WANTED. - WM. B.
a CD AN I EL, Printer, recently at work In some
bouta Carolina Office, will please let bl* afflicted
rather (at McLeansvllle, N. c.,) hear from him as
soon as possible, south Carolina and Georgia I
papers please copy. 0. S. MCDANIEL.
WANTED, LADIES TO PROCURE I
French Woven CORSETS, 75 cents: Lotta |
Mulei aad ?tar Bustles, from ?0 cents; HO.-ICTJ
irom $1 a dozen. Archer's Bazaar. mchll-S?
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small Honse In the central or western
part of the city. Address "Q," at this office, stat?
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warranted
Sewing Machine In the market ls the HOME SH UT
TLE, price $26 and $37. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency, No. 81 Hasel street, opposite Express
Ufflce. T. L. BlaSELL._janl2-6mo
WANTED, EVERYONE TO KNOW
that FLETCHER A GURNEY, at the Little
Store around the Corner, No. 93 Market street,
have constantly on hand a splendid assortment
of New York and Domestic POULTRY, GAME
POULTRY AT THIRTY CENTS A POUND.
Also a very One lot of Sugar Cured Hams,
Extra Prime Goshen and Family and Country
Butter, Beef aaa Pork sausages, Cheese, should?
ers, Side*, Dips, cellery, Eggs and Lard. GAME
a specialty. Their motto : The Best and Cheap?
est. Remember-the Little Store round the Corner,
FOR SALE, A CAR LOAD OF BROKE
MULES; best lu the city. Als J, a few good
tiuKS?s. Queen street, between friend and
Mazyck. P. WEST._mchl3-2?
FOR SALE, THE FINE SCHOONER
Yacht F KAN CEN A; waa built in Boston
labt winter, and ts In perfect order. Apply to the
Captain on board; lying at southern Wharf.
TWO BEST COWS IN THE C1T? FOR
sale; one bas a calf four days old, at No. 67
MULES, MARES AND PONIES.-A
carload of exira large MULES, a few
ciiuice Mares aud some Al Saddle.and Draft
Ponies. Apply to RICHARD ARNOLD, Meeting
street, northwest of John s tr. et. mcbl3-2*
FOR SALE, A FINE MILCH COW, AT
No. 62 state street. mchl2-2*
AVERY FINE MILCH COW FOR|
SALE. Apply at No. 12 Water street.
AFIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE,
twelve feet long by Biz feet wide, for sale
at the Sign or the Mau and Rocker, No. 444 King
atreet, charleston, S. C._mchll-mwf
FOR SALE, FOUR MULES AND ONE
SADDLE PONY. Apply at State Cotton
FOR SALE OR RENT. A STORE IN
Hayne street, maning through to Market
street, apply to LRsESNE A MILES, No. 23
Broad Btteet. jani7-w
TO RENT, TWO LARGE SQUARE
Rooms and Dressing Room, at No. 4 Trap
munn street. m chi 3-1*
TO RENT, PART OF A HOUSE, TO A
quiet family. Terms low. Apply at No. S
jasper's Court, two doors from Radcliffe atreet.
FOR RENT. ARCHER'S COMMODIOUS
and Central BALL-ROOM; also, coniforta
1 ble Rooms from $2 60 per month. Archer's
I Wholesale Notion and Fancy Bazaar.
TO RENT, THE DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE at No. 9 Pitt street, two doors south
i 01 Weutawonh strtet._mch9-smw3?
TO RENT, DWELLING OF FOUR
rooms No. ne Anson street, south or cal
I lioun street, opposite Carrol's ohoe Hore. R. M.
w A t- SH ALL Si UKO., Brokera, No. 33 Broad street.
mcti9 ?wt ?
TO RENT, THAT PLEASANTLY SIT?
UATED three story House corner Meeting
sirtet and st. Michael's Alley, one door south of
Bioadbtreet. Apply to THEO. STONEY, South?
ern Wharf. mcb6-ws4
rJIHE UNEQUALLED MACHINE.
The HOME SHUTTLE uses the Straight Needle,
makes the lock stitch, (alike on both sides,) has
seif-adjuailng tension, and ls the only first class
low price sewing Machine in the market adapted
for every variety or sewing Irom muslins to
heaviest cloths. Price $25 and $37.
Agents wa:, ted. Send stamp /or circular and
sample or Sewing. T. L. BISSELL,
Janll-nnwflmo Charleston, s. 0.
^OADEMT OP' MUSia
MRS. JAS. A. OATES..Lesee and Manageress.
Cont inned Success of the Charming Little Song?
stress and Comedienne,
MBS. JAMES A. OATES,
AND HEB EXCELLENT
COMIC OPERA COMPANY.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 13TH,
Buckstone's beautiful Musical Drama, the
CHILD OF THE REGIMENT.
Mrs. J. A. OATES as.Josephine.
Singing her famons Song,
To commence with
AN ALARMING SACRIFICE.
FAIR ONE WITH THE BLONDE WIG.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
NEW GERMAN CHURCH,
TO BB GIVEN BY THE
GERMAN LADIES OF CHARLESTON,
Will be held at the FrenndBchaftabund Hall,
TUESDAY EVENING. Mareil 19,1872, at 8 o'clock.
Admission $1. Tickets can be had from the
L. MULLER, J. F. LILIESTHAL,
H. U. BOESOH, J. A. A MME,
H. B. SCHRODER, E. VOIGT,
E. BRANDES, J VON OVEN,
A P.C. CRAMER, ALEX. MEL0HER3, JR.
0. H. LUBEEN, J. H. CLAUSSEN.
~lsSrCiTY HALL, OFFICE CLERKOF
COUNCIL, CHARLESTON,. S. C., MARCH 12, 1872.
Estimates will be received at this Office nntll j
SATURDAY, loth instant, at 12 M. for BUILDING
A DRAIN in Pitt street, from Montagne to Went?
worth street, according ro plans and specifica?
tions to be seen in City Engineer's Office. Sure?
ties to be named. W. W. SIMONS,
mchi3-wfB3 Clerk of Connell.
i?-TO CONTRACTORS -PROPOSALS |
are invited for the Building of a FENCE around
the Grounds of the Ashley River Asylam, (Old
Folks' Ho ne.) Plans may be seen at the office or
the undersigned. Proposals to be closed at 12 M.,
on THUBBDAV, the 14th Instant.
JNO. H. DEVEREUX, Chairman
mehi3-1_Com. on Grounds and Building.
The One Hundred and Tenth Anniversary Meet?
ing of the Fellowship Society will be held on WED
NBSDAT, 13th instant, at 12 o'clock M., at Hiber-1
An election of officers for the ensuing year will
take place, and the usnal business transacted.
The Society will reassemble at 7 P. M., at same
place, to partake of a Collation.
IBERN IAN SOCIETY.
The HIBERNIAN SOCIETY will Celebrate Ita
SEVENTY-FIRST ANNI VE KSARY on MONDAY,
the 18th instant, (the 17th falling on Sanday,) at
their Hall, in Meeting street.
The Society will a- semble at 12 M. for the Elec?
tion of (juicers for the ensuing year, and the
transaction of other business.
Members wdi 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. 01LLILAND A G. MAGRATH, JR.
JAMES ARMSTRONG, JR.,
rjlWO THOUSAND DOLLARS TO LOAN,
On Bond, secured by Mortgage or Improved Beal
Estate In the O.ty of Obarleston.
Apply to V. J. TOBIAS, Referee,
mchl3-l Corner Broad and Church streets.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
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 or
Savings made In this 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 of the
Company, which ls liable for their Deposits and
thc interest thereon.
interest at the fate of six per cent per annnm,
either paid In cash QUARTERLY, or passed to
credit and compounded. F. A. MITCHELL,
Cost ano i'onnc.
LOST, ON SATURDAY LAST, A BUNCH
of KEYS, between Morris and Market
streets. A reward will bs paid. Apply at this
LOST, IN THE AFTERNOON OF THE J
12th Instant, supposed to be lu King street,
a r roBted Gold BRACELET, with leaves on it. En?
graved on inside T. B. K. A suitable reward will
be given for its recovery at No. 60 st. Phillp
FOUND, AT CORNER CALHOUN AND
Rottedge streets, a lady's pocketbook, con?
taining a small sum of money. The owner can
have the same by proving property and paying
expenses. Apply at NEWS o til ce._mchlSl
STRAYED, SATURDAY, 9TH INSTANT,
from No. 66 Coming, between Green and Cal?
houn streets, a Brown (Spaniel) Doo; bas white
breast and long ears. A renard will be paid for
his recovery. Apply as above._mchia-21*
OUND, AT THE MASKED BALL, ON
Thursday night, one Lady's Broach and
one Watch Key, which may be had by calling at
Mr. F. ANSEL, No. 127 Calhoun street. mehi
PURE PERUVIAN (Chincha Island) GUANO,
Jost received per schooner Fannie Elder, direct
from the Peruvian Government Agents, and for
sale by GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO., Factors,
mch4-10_Agents for Peruvian Guano.
NO. 1 PERUVIAN (CHINCHA ISLAND)
160 tons No. 1 PERUVIAN (Chincha Island)
GUANO, warranted pore, and up to Btandard.
For Bale by HERMANN BULLWINKLE,
TT- AND PLASTER.
1600 barrels warranted Pore Nova Scotia LAND
PLASTER, For sate by
HERMANN BULWINKLE, Kerr's Wharf.
E LIVE AND LEARN, DIE AND
THE SOUTHERN DTE HOUSE,
No. 369 KINO STREET,
Dyes and Cleans by means of steam, Gentle
men'B Ladles and Children's Clothes. Fine Laces
and Lace Curtains cleaned and done np with the
Soft or Manufacturers' Finish; Lace and Crape
Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and Dyed.
MW Goods received and returned by Express.
jun22-iyr L BILLER, Proprietor
^?tt?tBi ZitfOOXB, Pt.
. A Choice lot J ?st received at
JOHN HDRKAUP A CO.'S,
mchls-2* Cerner Broad and King streets.
QORN LANDING. ~~
3100 bushels Prime White HILLING, ex steamer
Falcon. For sale by
mcb.13-1 WM. H. JONES A CO.
UGAR-HO?SJE STE UP.
loo hbds. "BEE-HITE" S. H. SYRUP, to arrive
per Philadelphia steamer.
For sale by JULIUS A. BLAKE,
mchi3-w82 Boyce's Wharf.
Selected Upland COTTON SEED, of a very pra?
mehl3-w8 W. 0. BEE A CO.
6000 bnshels Prime White CORN?
looo bnshels Yellow Corn
For sale in balle or sacked by
mchll-3_H. BOLWJNKLE ? 00.
QOAL I COAL1 OOAL1
loo tons Best SYDNEY COAL, in lots to snit par..
chasers, for sale cheap to close consignment.
Apply to HENRY CARD,
LIVERPOOL SALT, lo doe sacks and good or?
der, for sale In lots to salt purchasers. .
febS - RAVENEL A CO.
G OP THE
ECONOMICAL HOUSEKEEPEB !
"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 enoogb,
Upon a frugal plan,
To rind lt ls the only Tea
To cheer np my good man."
TEAS ! TEAS 1 TEAS t
TEAS ! TEAS ! TEAS I
TEAS! TEAS ! TEAS j
TEAS ! TEAS ! TEAS !
TEAS ! TEAS ! TEAS 1
WILSON'S 1 WILSON'S ! WILSON'S 1
WILSON'S 1 WILSON'S ! WILSON'S !
WILSON'S ! WILSON'S 1 WILSON'S I
WILSON'S 1 WILSON'S ! WILSON'S !
WILSON'S ! WILSON'S ! WILSON'S 1
306 KING STBEET.
306 KING STBEET.
306 KINO STBEET.
306 KING BTBEET.
306 KINO STBEET.
On hand and still arriving the largest and best
STOCK OF TEAS
To be round m
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 dalles:
TEAS, Green and B?ck, sold elsewhere at eoe,
we sell at soc per lb.
TEAS, Green and Black, sold elsewhere at soc.,
we Bell at soc. per lb.
GUNPOWDEB, a nice article, soil elsewhere at
$126, we sell at $1.
We can and do offer a better TEA at $140 per
lb. than caa be sold by other dealers for 26:. a
ponnd advance. Oar motto, "Quick sales and
small profits," has placed us lathe van among
the Grocers of Charleston, and we Intend to keep
there. Oar sales are Increasing, and we guaran?
tee the quality of onr goods.
ta* Bemember I
No. 80? SING STBEET,
ls the place to buy your Teas. -S*
EAS! TE AS I TEAS I
A FRESH ABBIYAL
LINLEY'S CHEAP STORE,
NO. ISO KING STBEET.
Ten half chests
FANCY CBOP YOUNG HYSON,
Guaranteed to please the moat fastidi?os 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.
DON'T FORGET THAT THIS TEA IS GUARAN?
A Fall Line of other kinds and grades constant?
ly on band, as cheap as they can be bought else?
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE,
The course or instruction In this Institution
emoraces a Winter Se3sioa and a Summer Ses?
sion. The Winter Session begins on the 1st of
October and terminates on the 22d of February.
The sommer Sess on begins on the 15th ol March
and continues four months.
Fees for Sommer Session $55. For particulars,
address Prof. OHAS. W. CHANCELLOR, M. D.,
mcbi2-3 Dean or the Facaity.
faomi$9, &vqpm?, Gt.
Jg BEAKFAST BACON.
IO boxes (loo lbs each) Choice New York S. c.
PIG BACON STRIPS. s
- For sale bj HENRY COBLA A CO.
QOFFEE, SUGAB, LARD, Ac
100'hag!) Rio, Laguayra and Java COFFEE,
loo barrels Yellow bogar.
200'harrels Crashed "A," "B,? "Extra C" ana
20 Heroes Western Leaf Lard.
so tubs Prime Leaf Lard,
loo buciets (20 lbs each) Prime Leaf Lard.
New Orleans, Porto Rico and Muscovado MO
- hbds and bbls Demrrara Sngars.
Candles, Soap, Sosa, Ac, Ac.
50 b ses Factory and English Dairy Cheese.
For sale by
mc li 13-1 HENRY COBIA A CO
SOAPS 1 SOAPS I SOAPS 1
200 baxes FAMILY SOAPS; varions brands and
prices. .20,40 and. SO lb boxes.'.
For sale by
mchl3-l - HENRY COBIA ACO.
jy^OLASSEs; MOLASSES i
20 barrels) Choice New MUSCOVADO MO
40 tierces j LASSFS.
- barrels choice Syrnp.
- barrels Choice New Orleans Molasses.
- barrels Choice Porto Rico Molasses.
Hbds and bbls DEMERARA SUGARS.
200 barrels Refined Sngars.
For sale by
mchl3Tl . HENRY COBIA A CO.
JpiLOURl FLOUR ! FLOUfi!
200 barrels "Famiy," "Extra" and "Snper
For sale by ' t
mchl8-l _HENRY COBIA A COvl
QHOICE FAMILY BEEF.
Halves and Quarter Barrels Choice FAMILY
BEEF, best in market.
For sale by
mchlS-l HENRY COBIA A 00.
JJEST BRANDS- OF HAMS.
. 50 tierces of the Best Brands or SUGAR-CURED
HAMS. For sale by .. *;'
mehi 3-1 .- , HENRY. COBIA A 00.
Jg ACON AND BULK MEATS. f
150 thc s Prime BACON SIDES. C.B.
180 boxes Prime Bacon Sides, O. R.
DBY SALTED MEATS.
40 hhds Prime D. S. O. R. SIDES.
50 boxes Prime O. R. Sides.
1? boxes Prime D. S Rib Sides.
40 boxes Prime D. S. Shoulders.
For rule by HENRY COBlA A 00*.
gUGAB AND MOLASSES.
40 hhds GROCERY SUGAR
160 hhds Prime (new crop) Muscovado Mo?
136 barrels Prime (new crop) Muscovado Mo?
Jost received per brig David B. Doane and
schooner E. K. Dresser from Cardenas, and for
sale from me wharf by W. P. HALL, -
' mchlz-5 Brown A Co.'s Wharf
JJAMS, SIDES, COFFEE, &c
60 tierces CHOICE s. 0. HAMS, Brands of
Davis. Ames, Whittaker's
76 hhds c. R. Bao n sides and Shoulders
loo boxes D. s. C. R. Sides and Shoulders
260 tacks Coffee. -'.' : ?i
For sale low by
STEFFENS, WERNER A DUCKER.
mcbl2-imo . .
-J/JOL ASSES! MOLASSES t
SO Mefces) 8WEET CUBA CLAYED MOLASSES
For sale low to close consign men t.
J. A. ENSLOW A CO,
mclU2-2 No. 141 East Bay.
JgNGLISH MINERAL SALT.
85 ions English Mineral S i LT.
Received direct from Liverpool. An excellent
; article for Manure, and well worthy the attention
of Plumers, Ac For sale low by
mcMI-a LAUREY, ALEXANDER A CO.
1841. s-^"-*8 184L
CELEBRATED "DIAMOND" BRAND?
Sold by leading Grocers In principal cities.
BE SEED RICE.
o bushels very Pure SEED RICE.
" dale by JAMES.R. PRINGLE A SON.,
mchl-fmwlmo_No. 6Adger's Wharf. .
! -pitESH BISCUITS, CRaCKEBS, Ac
Just received, a fresh'-supply or Milk, Cream,
Ginger, Soda, Boston, Lemon, Wine, Butter, Plc?
nie and Arrowroot CRACKtRS; also Cream ant*
Sogar Jumbles. J .
For sale low by D. FITZ GIBBON,
N. W. cornet King and Cannon streets.
All goods delivered free. . mch5-lmo
PRESERVES, . JELLIES, FRENCH
. FRUIT?, AC.
We are receiving by every steamer a floe assort*
meo . of PKESEKVES. Jams, Jellies, Sup rior
French Cordials, Preserved Citron, Ginger, in
'_rs, Aa .
Fok- sale by D. FITZ GIBBON. *
N. W. corner K ng and Cannon streets.
All goods delivered free._ mch6-lmo
piNE OLD CORN WHISKEY. ,
Jost received, a large lot or that superior CORN
WHISKEY, which we are selling at $1 76 per gal?
lon ; also a choice assortment or Rye Whiskies,
Brandies, Wines, Ac.
For sale low by D. FITZ GIBBON,
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets. ?
All gooda delivered free._mch6-7mo
QANNED GOODS! CANNED GOODS I
we have on hand, and are receiving b7 every
steamer, a largo Boppiy or the above goods, con?
sisting or FRUITS, Vegetables, Fish. Ac We also
are in receipt or New Prunes, Dried Figs, Car
rants, Raisins, Ac
For sa e low by D. FITZ GIBBON,
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets.
All goods delivered free. mch?-lmo
gALTl SALT! SALT!
U60 sacks Liverpool SALT, now landing from
Bark Windermere, for sale cheap from wharf in
lots to suit purchasers.
4? Apply to HENRY CARD,
febs Accommodation Wharf.
CjUGAB AND MOLASSES.
78 hhds. New Orleans SUGAR
48 hhds. Dem erara Sugar
145 bbls. New Orleans Molasses.
Da store and for sale by O. F. WETTERS,
jan24_ No. Igg East Bay.
pOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IN U. S. BONDED STORES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAYr
Offer for sale from U. 8. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT
Various vintages, in
Cases of one dozen bottles each._
?H01CE WHITE MILLING COEN AND
FLOUR, LANSING THIS DAY.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sali; invoices Choice WHITE MILLING CORN and.
Extra FLOUR, landing this day._
TJJABMONY'S SHERRY WINE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. no East Bay, offer for
salo an 1-.voice or Choice HARMONY'S PALS
SU ERK Y WINE. A. TOBIAS' SONS.
?HOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sala an invoice or Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di*
rect from Factory in Havana.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 East Bay, offer fox
sale an Invoice or FIRE CRACKERS, landing this
VINEGAR, PBUNES, WHITE WINE,
A TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White Wine, imported direct from
France. _. ; .;
jgNGUSH PORTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of Messrs. Edward Av.
George Hibben, of London, offer for sale Hit bert's
PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pints and.