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Address RIORDAN,' DAWSON * 00.,
No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S. 0.
THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1872.
-Gold closed dall In New York yesterday
-The New York cotton market closed
dall; uplands 22g cents; Bales 783 bale?.
-In Liverpool cotton closed'heavy and
doll; uplands lld, Orleans ll fd; sales 10,000
[?j \n T 'ft- :
11 I The General Assembly.
Instead of adjoorning for good, this ras?
cally body has taken * recess, and may be
' called together by tho presiding officers, at
any time, apon the demand of a majority of
the members. Both houses had adopted the
concurrent resolution fixing yesterday as the
time of adjournment sine die; but the plots
and potential necessities of the Senators and
Representatives moved them to rescind their
action and psis a resolution which, they be?
lieve, enables them" I to meet whenever tbey*|
need a renewal of six dollars a day, or when?
ever they have any nefarious political or
financial purpose to serve. Beginning with
load promises of reform, they have gone
lower and lower io the mire, dragging the
State to rain, and daubing themselves with
disgrace. Even their party organ, the Co?
lombia Union, is forced to take them to
task, and lectores them thus :
"The Legislature, by concurrent Resolution,
. fixed upon to-day as the time for adjourn?
ment. The session bas now extended over a
period of not lest than one hundred and
twenty days, or nearly one-third of the entire
year. During this time bat few bills of any
Importance to the State have been passed.
The session has been frittered away In unne?
cessary sad useless squabbles between con?
tending factions, and the people's business
bas been left undone until the very last days
of the session. Bills of public Importance,
which should have passed before the holidays,
nave been put off from day lo day, until the
very last day of the session finds them still
pending, while acts of incorporation, charters
to companies, railroad, military and other?
wise, have been rushed, through with the I
most astonishing rapidity, and without any
apparent regard to the value of the time spent
In considering them. It is- sale to say-that at
least three-fourths of all the business done at
the present session of the Legislature ls of a
purely private nature. More than half of that
which has consumed so much valuable time
contd Jost as well be done by the courts.
"The Republican party, If it expects to live
In this State for any length of time, must re?
member one fact, and that 1B, that the people
who pay taxes, both white and colored, will
not long consent to see their money squan?
dered by the Legislature In deliberating over
measures of no earthly Importance to any
save those who Introduce them. 1
"If we expect to exist as a party, we must
Introduce these measures ol reform, and not
have them forced upon us by the opposite
party. There is no disguising the iact that our
legislative expenses are nearly double what
they should be, and this ls caused solely by the
extraordinary length of the session.
"The Impeachment farce consumed not less
than three entire weeks, and cost the State
thousands upon thousands ol dollars. Those
who engineered that scheme should be held to
a strict accountability when they again come
before the people for office.
"There are scores of useless offices ia the
Stale which should have been abolished, or
consolidated: but whenever this subject was
broached, all sorts ot fair promises were made,
bat no definite action could be secured looking
to a curtailment of useless expenditures. Mem?
bers were afraid If they voted for such meas?
ures that some displaced official lo their re?
spective counties would exert his influence
against them when they again come before
the People for re-election. Ali action seemed
to be purely for self, without the slightest re?
gard for the public at large.
"The moment a man prostitutes his party,
to serve his own purposes, that moment he
should be kicked out of public position and
Bent Into political obscurity."
But this is not all, nor a half, the shame?
ful tale. Besides wasting time and money,
they have bartered their inflnence for a tee,
and have made themselves accomplices of
those who live by plundering the people.
They passed the Validating bill, which con?
fesses that frauds were perpetrated, and
boldly declares that every dollar of bonds
and stocks issued by the Ring is a binding
part of the debt of the State. They passed
the Settlement bill, which may involve the
State in an additional debt of a million or
more. They passed the Brae Ridge bill,
which gives the Patterson Ring $1,800,000
with which to pay off a debt of $500,000;
the State abandoning, besides, its statutory
lien apon the property of the company. In
addition to the License bill they have levied
a tax of about two per cent, upon all tax?
able property in the State, and will, this
year, wrest three millions from the people,
although the total expenses before the war
were less than half a million a year. They
have wrangled and snarled ; they have sold
their votes as butchers sell meat in the mar?
ket; they have done all that honest men
would not do, and could not do. And their
last act, the election of an ignorant and ma?
licious Northern negro to the judgeship of
the Charleston Court, is a fitting crown to
an edifice whose corner-stones are ignorance
and Impudence, venality and vice.
The Ka-Klux Trials.
The Columbia South Carolinian learns
that the 18tn instant is the day fixed for the
argument of Messrs. Johnson andStanberry
on the questions raised at Columbia in the
Ku Xlox case?, and carried up to the Su?
preme Court of the United States. It is in?
formed that the celebrated advocate, David
Dudley Field, of New York, hos offered his
services to unite with Messrs. Johnson and
Stanberry tn the very important questions at
The-Death of Martini.
Tbe death at Plea, Italy, of Joseph Mazzini,
the Italian Republican agitator, ls announced
by a cable dispatch. Until within a few years
pince, Mazzini was a recognized leading spirit
In every revolutionary conspiracy and out?
break whl.h had occurred in Europe for
nearly forty years. He was a native ot Genoa,
where he was born In 1809. The French revo?
lution of 1830 sounded the key-note to his
noisy career, and he was soon after taken,
with other young conspirators against the
Italian Government, and after a short Imprison
j ment, banished. Marseilles became the head?
quarters of Italian exiles, and here Mazzini or?
ganized the famous ''Young Italy" society for
the republlcanizattou of the peninsula, treason
to which by any member being punishable with
death. Two of its members are known to
have suffered this penalty by assassination.
These incidents, in connection with the ex?
position of the political designs of the society,
led to tho expulsion of Mazzini from France.
HT) took refuge in Geneva, where, with Polish,
German and Italian refugees, he planned the
invasion ol Savoy, which resulted in failure.
The Sardinian courts passed sentence of death
upon him, but he remained In Switzerland un?
molested. He then organized a [general Re?
publican society called " Yrjung Europe,"
whose fundamental principles were simply
those of Communism, vitalized by sentimen?
tal religion. He continued to direct his
agitations from Switzerland until 1837, when,
yielding to representations of foreign pow?
ers, the Swiss authorities compelled him
to leave. London now became his head?
quarters for revolutionizing Italy and
Europe. He wrote much, and well,
and took active part in the guidance
of the Insurrection In Lombardy and the sub?
sequent rising In Tuscany. He was. chosen a
member of the Roman Republican govern?
ment of 1849, and became its ruling spirit
until Its hopes were blighted by French Inter?
vention. After Borne time spent In hiding
places In Switzerland and France, still Intent
upon his life-long work, be returned to Lon?
don and united his efforts with Le dr a Rollin,
Kossuth and others. Rut his subsequent like
his former schemes all resulted in failure.
During the.late French and German war he
returned to Italy, and it was thought at times
that he contemplated more conspiracies, but
nothing definite bas transpired to that effect
One of his latest writings would indicate, in?
deed, that he had given over the purpose to
which ire had devoted himself, disgusted with
the "want of filth" among . men, and the
"materialism ot the age,"
The Son ot Robert Barns.
The last surviving son of Robert Burns ls
dead. The poet bad six children, of whom
three sons survived Infancy. Of these William
Nicol Burns was the second; he lived to be
eighty-two years of age, having been born in
April, 1791. His elder brother, Robert, died
in Dumfries about ten years since. His
younger brother. James, died some seven years
since. L'ke him, be was an officer in the East
India Company's service, from which he re?
tired, after a full term ol service, thirty years
ago. Of the three sons of Robert Burns, all
were childless except the second, James,
who left two daughters; of these, one
married an Irish physician, Dr. Hutchin?
son, (her sister, Annie Burns, never
married.) She had several children, of
whom one, Robert Burns Hutchinson, recent?
ly completed bis education at Christ Church
Hospital, London. This gentleman and his
sisters are the only descendant s In the fourth
generation of the poet Colonel Burns was
not avery remarkable man; he was a nice
old gentleman, and when In the army an
efficient officer. His recollections of his
father were not many, for he was but five years
of age when the poet died, in 1796. He was
named after his father's friend, William Nico),
a master lo the Edinburgh High School, and
one of the. three celebrities named in "Willie
Brewed a Peck o' Maut." Colonel Burns has
been buried in the Burns mausoleum, at Dum?
fries, where his father, his brothers and his
world-wldely celebrated mother, Jeannie Ar
The Missouri Republican of Friday publishes
the following letter from Mr. Greeley, being
seven days later date than his recently pub?
lished note to Hon. William E. Chandler, giv?
ing his reasons why he did not want bis name
signed to the call for the National Republican
NEW YORK, February 29, 1872.
Dear Sir-I am not for Grant if there is
any help tor lt, as I trust there may be. Send
all you can to Cincinnati Convention, and
come yourself. New York will be largely rep?
resented there. Yours, HORACE GEHELLT.
J. N. Born, EsTf, Chllllcothe, Mo.
Mr. Greeley will doubtless come to the con?
clusion that there "isn't any help for it."
IBERN IAN SOCIETY?
The HIBERNIAN SOCIETY will Celebrate Its
SEVENTY-FIRST ANNIVEKSARY on MONDAY,
the 18th instant, (the 17th falling on Sunday,) at
their Hall, in Meeting street.
The Society will assemble at 12 M. for the Elec?
tion of Officers for the ensuing year, and the
transaction of other business.
Members will please come prepared to pay
Polls open rrom 12 M. to 2 P. M.
The Society will reassemble .In the Even mg, at
8 o'clock precisely, to partake of the Anniversary
WM. A. COURTENAY,
JOHN KENNY, T. A. BEAMISH,
D. B. G1LL1LASD A. 0. MAGRATH, JR.
JAMES ARMSTRONG, JR.,
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
CHARLESTON, January 20, 1872.
The attention of Depositors lu the Savings De
I pertinent of thia Company ls particularly invited
to the great safety accompanying the Deposits of
[ Savings made In this Institution.
These Deposits are regarded by the Board of
I Directors as a Special Trust, and are invested
only In sound and valuable Securities,
i 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 of six per cent, per annum,
either paid In caah QUARTERLY, or paased to
credit and compounded. F. A. MITCHELL,
E W STORE!
X> K Y GOODS,
FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
I have Just opened a SEW STOCK OF DRY
GOODS, Fancy Goods, Notions. Ac, which will be
sold low for cash, at No. 388 KING STREET, be?
tween George and Calhoun.
mCh2-Stutb6 E. D. ANDREWS.
THE RELATIVES AND FRIENDS I
ot Mr. and Hrs. Edward S. Burnham, and also of j
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Burnham, and : Mr. and Mrs.
B. S. D.Muckenfuss, are respectfully invited to
attend the Funeral Services of Mrs. ED. S. BURN?
HAM, at Bethel Church, THIS MOUSING, at 10
SMITH-Died, at Summerville, S. C.. March
9,1872, CATHARINE S. SMITH, wire of Dr. B. Burgh
Smith, in the fifty-fifth year of ber age.
$W .NOTICE. -STEAMER PILOT BOY
win leave for Beaufort, Pacific and Chisolm's
Landings FBIDAY MORNING, the 15th instant, at 8
o'clock, instead of Thursday, the :4th, as pre?
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.
m ch li-i x Agents.
pW NOTICE TO MO?LTR?EVILLE
LOT OWNERS.-At a meeting of the Town Coun?
cil of MooltrievlUe, on Sullivan's Island, held on
the 24th or August, 1871, the following Resolu?
tions were adopted :
"Resolved, That in the opinion of the Town
Council no person can retain the ownership of a
Lot on this Island unless the conditions upon
which tuch Lots are granted be faltllled, to wit:
The erection or a Dwelling House thereon.
"Resolved, That the Recorder give notice in the
pnbltc prints, to alt pereon3 holding titles or Lots
upon which no Buildings now exist, that a Dwell?
ing House must be ereoted on each of such Lots
on or before the flr?t day of June next, and In de?
fault thereof that proceedings be had to vacate
the Titles of such Lots, or to revoke the Licenses
.'Resolved, That from this date all Licenses
granted for Lots will be vacated unless the per?
son taking out snci License fulfil the condition
thereof by erecting a Dwe.Uag House thereon
within a year and a day from the granting of
said License, and that this be brought to the at?
tention of each person taking ont a License by in?
serting lt In the License.
Extract from the Minutes,
mchii-i D. B. G i LL' LAN D, Recorder.
^?IT GIVES ME PLEASURE TO IN
FORMyon concerning the efficacy of the EX?
PECTORANT. Two yt ara ago my son contracted
the Brochitis. and [lt became so bad he had to
take to his bed. I procured a bottle of Jayne's Ex?
pectorant, and giving lt to him according to di?
rections, it soon brought him relier; but a strong
fever coming on, his mother and myself got un?
easy about bim, and sent for our family .doctor.
Oa bis arrival he told us the Expectorant might
give him ease, but lt would nut cure bim, so he
gave us Borne medici ie of his own prescribing. In
one day, however, he was so much worse we all
feared he would die, and as a last resort we con?
cluded to give the Expectorant another trial. To
our great joy, after laking two bottles or lt and
one box of the Sanative Pills, he was entirely
corer*, since that time I have cured a desperate
case of Croup with lr, an 1 two other cases of |
Bronchitis. I therefore can safely say lt is the
best medicine for the throat and lungs I ever
used for twenty-eight years, and 1 have no objec?
tion to your makin/public my experience with lt.
Peter Sauter, Lansburg, Le-Sear County, Minn.
Sold everywhere, and wholesale by P. WINE
MAN A CO., Charleston. S. 0. mchl4-th9to3
pWXOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Inspector of Phtaphates will enter upon the
duties or his office, MONDAY, the nth Instant, at
his Laboratory, No. 28 George street.
OTTO A. MOSES, PH. D.,
gch9-0_State Inspec or of Phosphates.
?ET-THE CHARLESTON CHARITA
BLE ASSOCIATION, FOR THE BENEFIT OF TUE
FREE SOHOOL FUND.-OFFICIAL RAFFLE!
CLASS No. ? 97-MORNING.
CLASS No. 39B-EVBKIKO.
22-57-13-43- 8-69-70-16-31- 6-28-67 !
As witness oar hand at Charleston this 18th da;
ol March, 1872. FENN PECK,
JAMES GILLI LAND,
pw O N MARRIAGE.-*^
Happy relief for Young Men from the effect*
of Errors and Abuses In early life. Manhood re?
stored. Nervous debility cured, impediments
to Marriage removed. New method of treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedies, books
and Circulars sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia. Pa._octia
pW BATCHELOR S BTAIR DYE.-THIS
Buperb Bair Dye ls the best in the word. Per?
fectly harmless, reliable and instantaneous, No
disappointment. No ridiculous t.nts, or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine W. A. Batchelors Hair
Dye produces Immediately a splendid black or
natural brown. Does not stain the skin, but
leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The
only safe and perfect Dye. Sold by all druggist?.
Factory w Bond street, New York.
JpiOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW CATALOGUE, No. 24.
BISHOP HOWE'S INAUGUHAL SERMON,
preached December 10, 1871, before tho Clergy
and Laity assembled In St. Philip's Church, by
the Right Rev. W. a. W. Howe, D. D., tis nop of
South Carunna, 15 cents.
The agreement of science and Revelation, by
Rev. Jos. H. Wythe, M. D., $1 76.
Modern Scepticism, a course or lectures deliver?
ed at the request or the Christian Evidence Socie?
ty, with an t xplauatorv paper, by the hight Rev.
C. J. Eil icu ; t, I>. D., ?2 25.
Legends or the Patriarchs and Prophets, and
other Testament charade s from various sources,
by Rev. S. -Baring Gould, M. A., $2.
Rev. Hugh Macmillan-Bible Teachings In Na?
ture, $2; loe True Vine, or the Analogies of our
Lord's Allegory, $2; The Ministry or Nature, $2.
Yesterdays with Authors, by /?mes T. Fields,
The Southern States Since the War, I8HM71, by
Robert Somers, $3 50.
The Divine Comedy of DanieAllghlere, translat?
ed by Longfellow, $8.
Seven Decades or the Unloa, the humanities
and materialism, Illustrated by a memoir of John
Tyler, with reminiscent s of tome of his great
contemporaries; the traLBilton state ol this nation,
its 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 f r politicians and merchants, by
F. Martin, $3.
A uanuai of the Mollusca, a treatise of recent
and fossil shells, by Dr. s. P. Woodward, A. L S.,
late assistant palaeontologist In the British Mu?
seum, second edi'lon. with an appendix of recent
and fossil conchological discoveries to the presen:
lime, by Ralph Gate, A. L. S. and O. S., illustrat?
ed, S3 75.
Rural Homes, sketches of bouses suited to
American country ure? with original plans, de
signs, Ac-, by G. Wheeler, $2.
Wheeler's Homes for the People, In suburb and
country, with examples showing how to alter
and remodel old buildings^ one hundred designs,
-Cai peu try and Joinery, a userul manual for the
many, by S. T. Aveling, with l'lustratloiis.
Biographical Dictionary, universal pronouncing
dictionary of 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. S4
Good Words for trie Young, 1871, edited by Geo.
MacDonald, bound, (4
fl?- The Hymnal or the Church, "standard"
edmon, in various styles. A liberal risc um, by
the quantity, will be made ror Introduction.
%. InltUI ji aper and Envelopes, in boxes.
Fieuch, English and American, a variety ofstvlts
at unusually low prices. ' '
HBW?5yJ??*?>S??H0HT LITERATURE RE
CEU ED BY STEAMER EVLRY WEEK.
?5-Persons residing in thecouQtry wm please
bear In mind that by .ending their outers io us for
any Dooks published in Amer.ca. they wm be
charged only the pi Ice of tue Book. We pay for
the postage or express Address
FOG ARTI E'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King street. (in the Bend.)
mrh5-tuth9 Charleston, s. c.
QTTO A. MOSES, PH. D.
Geological Snrveys and Maps promptly and
exactly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro?
perties reported upon, and Working Plana fur
nishen. Separatng and Metallurgical Proces?
ses adapted to Ore 0< posits, ?special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES Of FERTILIZERS,
Drops. Ores, Minerals, Ac. LABORATORY.
ilecW stuthemo No. 23 George street.
WASHINGTON LODGE, Ko. 5, A.>F.
M.-The Regular Monthly Communication
of Washington Lodge, Na 6, A. F. M., will be tiela
THIS EVENING, at Holmes'a Ball, at 7 o'clock.
The Arrear List will receive its second reading.
Candidates will please be punctual.'
By order W. MT T. E. STROTHER,
mc h 14 _Secretary.
2I?TNA STEAM FIRE ENGISE COM
/V? PANY.-The Regular Monthly Meeting of
your company will be held at yonr Hail. THIS
(Thursday) EVENING, at half-past 7 o'clock, fie
punctual, aa business of importance, will be
brought forward for your consideration.
By order. HENRY ?ARNIGHAN,
YOUNG AMERICA STEAM FIRE EN
01N E COMPANY.-Attend a Regular
bumbry Meeting or yonr Company, at Harket
Ball, THIS (Thursday) EVBNI.NO, Maren nth, is72,
at 7 o'clock precisely.
By order. P. J. KENNEDY,
mchu Secretary pro tem Y. A. S. F. Co.
OFFICE HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
CHARLESTON, MARCH 13, 1872.-The An
niversary Meering of the Howard Association of
Charleston will be held on FRIDAT nexr.-the 16tb
Instant, at the Hall of the Chamber of Commerce,
at 12 o'clock M. office ra and members are par?
ticularly Invited to attend. An election for
officers for the ensuing year will tien take place.
GEORGE S. PELZBB. M. D.,
m ch 13-3_ Secretary.
FIRST-CLASS COOK AND WASHER
wanted for a ram Hy of three persona. Good
wages. Apply at this office._mehi?
WANTED TO PURCHASE, SECOND?
HAND TURNITUffE, of all descriptions,
and In any quantity. Highest prices paid. Ad
dress P. 0. Key Box 122._inchl4-thamw4*
WANTED, A SOUTHERN LADY TO
teach In a family. One required compe?
tent to teach the higher branches or English,
Music and Drawing. Reference aa to competen?
cy and character required. Address Dr. A. H..
JOHNSON, Bamberg P. G., South Carolina Rail?
road. Information can be had from Messrs.
PKLZER, ROUGE RS A CO., Or E. L. HALSEY,
Charleston, s. i'._ mchl3
INFORMATION WANTED OF JACOB
DRAYTON, an old < olored man, who disap?
peared from the yard or Mrs. Williams, East Bay,
opposite Commercial wharf, on tue 4th instant.
He bad on a beuvy dark overcoat at the time.
Any information will be thankfully received by
his elater, at the above place. * mchl?-2*
WANTED TO SELL, A SECOND-HAND
PIANO. Price $225. Terms liberal. Ad
drt s j M, Postoffloe Box -No. 179, Charleston, S. 0.
WANTED TO KNOW WHY MILLINGS
can Be I FURNITURE cheaper tnan any
other dealer lu the etty ? Because ms expenses
are small. He ls economical, and believes in
small profits and quick sales. Give him a call at
thc Sign of the Mau and Rocking-chair, No. 444
INFORMATION WANTED. - WM. B.
MCDANIEL, PI inter, recently at work In some
south Carolina Office, will please let bH afflicted
father (at McLeansville, N. C.,) hear from hun as
soon as possible, south Carolina and Georgia
papers please copy. C. S. MCDANIEL.
WANTED, LADIES TO PROCURE
I-rene h Woven CORSETS, 75 cents; Lotta
Modeland Star Bustles,from 60cents; Hosiery
from $l a dozen. 'Archer's Bazaar. mchll-fl?
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small Bouse tn the central or western
part of the city. Address "Q," at this office, stat
ing location, terma, AC. _feb8
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warranted
Sewing Machine In the market ls the HOME SHUT?
TLE, price $25 and $87. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency, No. 61 Hasel street, opposite Express
Office, T. L Bl^SELL._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 assort men t
of New Yotk and Domestic POULTRY. GAME
POULTRY AT THIRTY CENTS A POUND.
Also a very flue lot ol Sugar-Cured Hams,
Extra Prime Gothen and Family and Country
Butter; Beer and Pork sausages, Cheese, should?
ers, Sides, Dips, Cellery, Eggs aud Lard. GAME
a specialty. Their motto : The Best and Cheap?
est. Remember-the Little Store round the Corner.
? -for Sale.
below coat: Spade?, Shovels and Picks of
A ?.cs's make, also Timber Carts and Harness.
Apply to S. SPENCER, Statustrtet.
MULES AT KENTUCKY MULE LOT,
King street. Plantation and turpentine
feu.ts low Ur cash, or city acceptance.
FOR SALE, A CAR LOAD OF BROKE
MULES; btBt In the city. Also, a'ewgoud
HuRSKs. Queen street, betweea friend and
Mizyck. P. WEST._mchl3 2?
FOR SALE, THE FINE SCHOONER
Yacht F RAN CENA; waa built In Hos on
ia*t winter, and le In perfect order. Apply to the
captain on board; lying at southern Wharf.
MULES, MARES AND PONIES.-A
carload of extra large MOLES, a few
ciioice Mares aud some Al Saddle and Draft
Ponies. Apply to RICHARD ARNOLD, Meeting
street, northwest of John str et. mchl3-2?
FiOB SALE, THAT LARGE COMMO
D10US three and a half story Brlok House,
known aa the residence or Edward Horlbeck,
Esq., situate on the west Bide or Washington
street, near Charlotte street. The House is well
built, and the grounds are spacious. For terms
apply to the subscriber, at No. 29 Broad street.
J PUN F. PICKEN._ mchl2-tnthB6
TO RENT, FOUR COMFORTABLE AND
commodious Rooms. Apply at No. 73 King
street, weat aide, below Broad.
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE, No. ll St. Phillp street, newly palot?
eo, containing four squire aud two attic rooms.
Kitchen, pantry aad dressing rooms attached. In
qn re on premises._mclli4-l?
HIBERNIAN HALL .-THE AF OVE
well-known Hall will be rented for Theatri?
cal performances, concerts, Lectures ..nd other
amusements at much reduced rates. Parties
desiring the Hali will be accommodated by ap?
plying to JOHN BURNS, Hallkeeper. Iebl-ih9
Cost ano ironno.
LOST, ON SATURDAY LAST, A BUNCH
of KEYS, between Morris and Market
sireets. A reward wiU bs paid. Apply at this
FOUND, AT THE MASKED BALL, ON
Thursday night, one Lady's Broach and
one Watcn Key, which may be had by calling at
Mr. F. ANSEL, No. 127 Calhoun atreet. meru
(So nc ono no i.
R. E. A. RANSOME,
(Organist of Holy Communion,) Teacher of the
Organ, Harmoneum, Melodeon, Pianoforte and
Vocal Music. Address Rectory or Holy Cern
munlon, Charleston, S. C. mche-atnthi*
gUMMERVILLE MALE SCHOOL.
The Second Quarter or thia School will begin on
MONDAY, March is: h, instant.
Terms-$10 per quarter for English branches;
$5 per quarter extra for French and Classics.
JOHN W. JAMISON,
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE,
The course of instruction In this InBMtutlon
embraces a Winter Se-tslou and a Summer Ses
MvD. The Winter sesi?n begins on the 1st of
Octooer and terminales on thu 2?d or February.
The summer Sessaon begius ou the loth ot March
and continues four mouths.
Feea ror Summer Siss.un $S5. For pirilculars,
addens Prof. CHAS. W. CHANCELLOR, M. D"
mchl2-3 Dcm of the Faculty.
WE LIVE AND LEARN, DIE AND
THE SOUTHE UN DYE HOUSE,
NO. 359 KINO STRBBT.
Dyes and Cleans by means of steam, Gentle
men's Ladles aad children's Clotho*). Kino Laces
and Lace Curtains cleaned and done up with the
Soft or Manufacturers'Finish; Lace and crape
Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and Dyed.
ta- Goods received and returned by Express.
,jun22-lyr J. BILLER, Proprietor
H E?N DS CH APTS B ? N D.
An Entertainment of the society will take place
THIS EVENINO, nth instant, at half-past 8 O'clock,
at the nan. COMMITTEE.
^CADEMY OF MUSIC.
Mas. JAB. A. OATES.Lesee and Manageress.
GENUINE TRIUMPH of the Third Season in
in Charleston of the Great southern
MBS. JAMES A. OATES,
AND HSR EXCELLENT
COMIC OPERA COMPANY.
Received nightly by Large and Enthusiastic
THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 14TH, 1872,
First and only time or Mrs. OATES' New York
Success, theMnsicsl Burlesque
THE FAIR ONE WITH THE BLONDE WIG !
Princess Graceful.MRS. JAS. A. OATES
FRIDAY, BENEFIT OF MRS. OATES,
THE BOHEMIAN GIRL I
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, FORTUNIO MATINEE.
jpOETIC AND DRAMATIC READINGS,
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC,
ON FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 15, 1572.
PROFESSOR J. EDWIN CHURCHILL,
Accompanied by (
. PROFESSOR EDWARDO FORNS,
SELECTIONS from the Best Masters or Music
and Original. READINGS from the Best Poets
"WHAT I'VE SEEN."
R?PERTOIRE FOB THIS REHEARSAL.
1. Fantasia pour le Plano-Goono*-.
2. The Pilgrim Fathers, Song-Mrs. Hemans and
3. Caprice de Concert, Original-Professor E.
4. Poem. "The Widow of Nain"-WiUls.
6. Valse Brillante, Original-Professor E. Porns,
e. Reconciliation Song, (from the Crown Dia?
7. Selection from Norma- Bellini.
8. Flowers of Ellerslie, Allo Grazi?se-Rodwell.
8. Poem, "What i've Seen," Original-Professor |
io. Motives sur "Sonnambule"-Donizetti,
lt. Miller's Maid, Song, (German)-F. Power.
12. Souvenir d'Andalusla-Gottschalk.
13. Ivy Green, Song-RusselL
14. Ballad, ' Come Sit Thee Down," Scotch-John
16. Finale-French National Hymn, La Marseil?
Admission 75 cents; Reserved Seats $1; Chil?
dren 60 cents.
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Readings at balf
rJHE FIRST GRAND BALL
MARCH 20TH, 1872, AT THE
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
TICKETS may be obtained from the following
J. KNOBELOCH, F. MEYER.
D. MULLER, WM. JESSEN,
H. STEINKAMP, A. ROES.
Also from Menke & Maller, King, opposite So?
ciety street; F. Yon Santen, King, near Market
street; Geo. H. Llndstedt. corner King and Cal?
houn streets; F. Pieper, corner King and Spring
49*Tickets not transferable.
E~~E"M O V A L.-E. SEBRINGT&^cb ,
Agents or the North British and Mercantile
Insurance Company, have removed their Office to
the northwest ( omer ol Broad and State streets.
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, S. C., December 23,1871.
On and alter SUNDAY, December 24, the Passen?
ger Trains on the Sooth Carolina Railroad will run
Leave Charleston.8.10 A M
Arrive at Augusta.4.25 p M
Leave Charleston.'..8.io A M:
Arrive at columbia.4.05 r ni
Leave Augusta.7.40 A M
Arrive at charleston.8,20 r M
Leave Columbia. 7.40 A M
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 ? H
THROUGH WILMINGTON TRAIN.
I eave Augusta.8.00 A II
Arrive at Ringville.9.00 A M
Leave Ringville.12.30 r M
Arrive at augusta. 0.80 F u
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
(Sundays excepted.) -
Leave Charleston. 8.80 p u
Arrive at Augusta. 7.30 A M
Leave Augusta.8.00 p ic
Arrive at Charleston.5.66 A M
COLOMBIA NICHT EXFKE83.
(Sundays excepted.) ?
Leave Charleston.7.10 r M
Arrive at columbia.6.80 A M
Leave Columbia. 7.00 r M
Arrive at. charleston.7.00 A M
Leave Summerville at. 7.26 A M
Arrive at charleston at. 8.46 A H
Leave charleston at.3.30 ? M
Arrive at summerville at.4.45 r M
Leave Camden.6.16 A M
Arrive at Columbia.10.40 A M
Leave columbia.1.45 p M
Arrive at Camden.6.26 r M
Day and Night Trains make close connections
at Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Central
Night Train connects with Macon and Augusta
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and columbia Railroad, and with Charlotte Road
to points North.
camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ex?
cept sundays) with Day Passenger Tram, and
runs through to columbia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. PIOKENS, G. T. A. janl9
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
CHARLESTON, S. C., February ll, 1871.
Trains will leave Charleston Dally at 6.30 A. M.
and 6 16 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 7 30 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 2.30 P. M.
Train does not leave Charleston 5.15 P. M., SUN?
Trula leaving 6.30 A. M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acqala
Creek only, going through lo 40 hours.
Passengers leaving by 6.15 P. M. Train have
choice or route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY in Bal?
timore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN?
DAY in Wilmington, N. C.
Thia is the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to i Inclnnatl. Chicago and other points
West and Northwest, both Traias masing c mnec
tiouB at Washington with Western trains of Balti?
more and utilo Railroad.
S. 9. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLEAPOR, General Ticket Agent,
OFFICE OF THE SAVANNAH AND
CHARLESTON, S. C., November 22,1871.
On and alter MONDAY. December the nth, the
Passenger Trains on this Road will run as follows:
Leave Chariest n daily. 3.25 P. M.
Arrive at savannah dally. 9.15 P. M.
Leave Savannah dally.11.15 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston dally.6.35 A. M.
Leave Charleston. Sunduys excepted.. 8.15 A. M.
Arrive at savannah, Sumlay s excepted. 4.16 P.M.
Leave Savannah, sundays excepted... s oo A. M
Arrive at Charleston, sundays exe'ted. 4.05 P. M
Freight forwarded dally on through bills or lad?
ing to points tn Florida and by Savannah line of
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
freights for Beaufort and points on Port Royal
Ka'i road and at as low rales as by any other imo.
C. S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent.
S. C. BOYLSTON, Oeu'l Ft. and Ticket Agent,
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPfc.HS in large or small qnautities.
Price 60 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at th!
oma of TUE NEWS. maylB J
<S>xoteruet Signai*, Ut.
gACON! BACON! BACON!
SA boxea Prime Smoked SHOULDERS. For sale
bf . HERMAN BUL WINKLE, -ii
mchi4-3 Kerr's Wharf.
JJ AMS, SIDES, COFFEE, Ac.
60 tierces CHOICE S. CV SAMS, Brands or
Davis, Amea, Whittaker's ... .
76 hhds 0. R. Bac n Sides and Shoulders
loo boxes D. S. C. R, Sides and Shoulders
260 sacks Coffee.
For sale low by
STEFFENS, WERNER A DUCKER.
gONG OF THE
ECONOMICAL HOUSEKEEPER 1
"Although all dealers say they sell
The very, very heat,
Not any Tea, like WILSON'S,
Will stand a lasting test;
And I have tried it long enough,
Upon a frugal plan,
To find lt ls the only Tea
To. cheer np my good man."
TEAS ! TEAS ! TEAS I
TEAS ! TEAS ! TEAS !
TEAS ! TEAS ! TEAS !
TEAS ! TEAS 1 TEAS 1
TEAS 1 TEAS ! TEAS 1
WILSON'S I WILSON'S ! WILSONS !
WILSON'S I WILSONS ! WILSON'S 1
WILSON8 ! WILSON'S ! WILSONS !
WILSON'S ! WILSON'3 ! WILSON'S !
WILSON'3 ! WILSON'S ! WILSON'S I
306 KING 8TBEET.
306 KING STREET.
306 KINO STREET.
306 KING STREET.
306 KING STREET.
On hand and still arriving the largest and best
STOCK OF TEAS
To be found 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 m duties:
TEAS, Green and Black, sold elsewhere at soc.,
we sell at ?oe. per lb.
TEAS, Green and Black, sold elsewhere at soc.,
we sell at eoe. per lb.
GUNPOWDER, a nice article, Bold elsewhere at
$126, we sell at $1.
We can and do offer a better TEA at $140 per
lb. than can be sold by other dealers for 26c. a
pound advance. Our motto, "Quick sales and
small profits," baa placed na m the van among
the Grocera of Charleston, and we Intend to keep
there. Oar Balea are Increasing, and we guaran?
tee the quality of our goods. .
49* Remember l
No. 30? KING STREET,
?- Ia the place to buy your Teas. -??
rp EA S ! TEAS t TEAS!
A FRESH ARRIVAL
LINLEY'S CHEAP STORE,
NO. 190 KING STREET.
Ten half cheats
FANCY CROP YOUNG HYSON,
Guaranteed to please the most fastidious taste,
AT MY USUAL PRICE, SO WELL KNOWN.
Warranted superior m power and delicacy of
flavor to any TEA sold m other First-class Stores
at from $l 76 to $2 per pound, and only to be
round at ?
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 Full Une or other kinds and grades constant?
ly on hand, as cheap as they can be bought else?
tailoring, i'urnisljing ?oooe, Ut.
No. 141 KING STREET,
WEST SIDE, A FEW DOORS KORTH OF QCBEN STREBT,
Would respectfully Inform bis frlendB that he
has Just returned from New York with a large
and well selected stock or the latest styles ot
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
Also, a full assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
CELEBRATED STAR SHIRTS.
Q BTI!TC^TT?B7TJ,VT A N !
PURE PERUVIAN (Chincha Island) GUANO,
Just received per schooner Fannie Ehler, direct
from the Peruvian Government Agent?, and for
sule by GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.. Factors,
_ mch4-10_Agents for Peruvian Guano.
NO. 1 PERUVIAN (CHINCHA ISLAND)
150 tons No. l PERUVIAN (Chincha Island)
GUANO, warranted pure, and up to standard.
For sale by HERMANN BULW1NKLE,
feb!7 Kerr's Wharf.
JT^ AND PLASTER.
li oo barrels warranted Pure Nova Scotia LAND
PLASTHR. For sale by
HERMANN BUL WINKLE, Kerr's Wharf.
&TOttt?mf ?iqgo?t, #t.
?iO AL AF^OA^T
jBed .r?o, free buratogi?bAL of toe best qnala
ty. grate and stove ilzes. now landing and for*
sale very low by -S. F. BAKER dc CO.,
mehi4-3 Coal Yard, Cnmberiand street.
A-?OnoIce3ot jost received'at ff-tl J
JOH?THURKAHP ? CO.'fJ,
mchl8-2? Cern er Broad and King streets.
guGAE AND MOLASSES.
40 'irids GROCERY SUGAR "
160 hims Prime (ne* crop) Muscovado Mo?
lao barrels Prime (new crop) Moscovada Mo?
Jost received per brig David B. Deane and
schooner E. K. Dresser Irom Cardenas, and Xor
sale frdm the wharf by W. P. HALL, "
mcht2-6_Brown A Co.'a Wharf
QHOICE MUSCOVADO MOLASSES.'
40 tierces ) Choice New Crop Muscovado MO?
BO barrels | LASSES.
For sale by HENRY COBLA A CO.
g IDES, SHOULDEB8, HAMS, Ac, ~
76 hhds. Choice Western 0. R SIDES
46 hilda. Choice 0. R. Shoulders *
60 tierces Choice bngar-enred Hams-Davis's
Diamond, Pelican. Ac.
26 threes Oholce Sngar-cnredHams-unbagged
26 boxes Choice D. S. 0. R. sides . \??
26 boxes Choice D. s. Shoulders .
600 b'jis Super, Extra and Family Flour
60 bbla, Philadelphia Syrup :
loo bass Rio. Lsgulra and Java Coffee
100 bois. Refined Sugars-crushed, A, B, 0 and!
ll hhds. Demerara Sugars
600 boxes Herrings
200 packages Mackerel-Nos.U, 2 and 8 3
6 bhls. Salmon-No l.
Landing and In Store and for sale by
mchl2-tnthg3 T1EDEMAN, CALDER A CO. f
JgAOON, FLOUR, 4c. X
Choice BACON O. R. AND SHOULDERS,
Choice Dry Salt Meats, .
Molasses, . soap,
Barrel Pork, Fish,
Axle Grease, Ac, ic
Choicest Brands WESTERN s. o. HAMS, can?
vassed. Also Breakfast Bacon constantly on
We in v i te purchasers to examine oar Stock. ~
MACQUEEN ? RIECKE, .)
Nos. 21 and 28 Vendue Range
,1841. 8 PT jSj! ?84L
CELEBRATED "DIAMOND" HAMS.
This old reliable brand is now m its Thirty-first
year. It has given satisfaction for the evenness '
and richness of Its caring. Its patrons are to be>:
rou oe. m all parts of our country; nor-ls lt un?
known In the Canadas, England and Prance,
j In I860 a First Premium was awarded by the-'
0: do State Boarder Agriculture "for Ham oared
in 1846"-four years old I They are good, old or
new. This season's 'cure ls considered very su?
perior. - / .
. Sold by leading Grocers m principal cities,
mchO-stnthlmo_ . ' )
THRESH BISCUITS, CRACKERS, 4c j
- Just received, a fresh supply or If Uk, Cream,
Ginger, Soda, Boston, Lemon, Wine, Butter, Pie-.
nie and Arrowroot CRACKERS; also Cream and
Sugar Jumbles. tit
For sale low by . D. FITZ GIBBON,
N. W. corner Ring and Cannon streets.
All goods delivered free._' mcnMmo ?
PRESERVES, JELLIES, . FRENCH
FRUIT*, Ac. ' 1
We are receiving by every steamer a fine assort?,
ment of PRESERVES, Jams, Jellies, Sup rlor
Fren oh Cordials, Preserved Citron, Ginger, in
For sale by D. FITZ GIBBON.
N. W. corner K ng and Cannon streets.
All goods delivered free._mcbMmo
hniSE OLD CORN WHISKEY.
Jost received, a large lot of that superior CORN
WHISKEY, which we are selling at $i 76 per gal?
lon : also a choice assortment of Rye Whiskies,
Eran il les, Wines, ?c.
For sale low by D. FITZ GIBBON, j.
N. W. corner King and cannon streets.
All goods delivered tree._mch5-lmo
?ANNED GOODS! CANNED. GOODS I
We have on hand, and are receiving by every
steamer, a large supply or the above goods, con
slating or FRUITS, Vegetables, Fish, Ac We also
are in receipt of New Pr?ms, Dried Figs, Oar*
rants, Raisins, Ac.
For sa e low by D. FITZ GIBBON,
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets.
All goods delivered free._mch6-lmo
gALTl SALTI SALTI
1860 sacks Liverpool SALT, how landing front
Bark windermere, for sale cheap from wharf in
lots to snit purchasers.
Apply to HENRY CARD,
febs_ Accommodation Wharf.
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IN U. S. BONDED STORES.
A 108111? SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY,
O.Ter for sale from U. s. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDY
various vintages, la
. Quarter casts
Cases of one doten bottles each._
QHOICE WHITE MILLING CORN AND
FLOUR, LASB1NG THIS DAY.
MORDECAI A CO., No. no East Bay, offer for
sale invoices Oholce WHITE MILLING CORN and
Extra FLOUR, landing thlB day. _
JJARMONY'S SHERRY WINE.
A, TOBIAS' SONS, No. no East Bay, offer for
sale an invoice of Oholce HARMONY'S PALS
SHERRY WINE. | A. TOBIAS' SONS.
QHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
Bale an Invoice or Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di?
rect from Factory m Havana. _'
JP IRE CRACKERS.
A. TOBIAS' SONS. No. no East Bay, offer for
sale an Invoice of FIRE CRACKERS, landing this
VINEGAR, PRUNES, WHITE WINE?
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale VINEGAR.
Prunes, White Wine, imported direct from
JgNGLISH PORTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of Messrs. Edward A
George Hlbbert, of London, offer ror sale Hibbert'B
PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pints and
QOALl COAL1 OOA?L!
loo tons Best SYDNEY COAL, la lots to snit par?
chasers, for sale cheap to close consignment.
Apply to HENRY CARD,
feb8_ Accommodation Wharf.
LIVERPOOL SALT, in fine sacks and good or?
der, for sale la lota to suit purchasers,
felis_RAVENEL A CO. ?
-y ERY PRIME SEED RICE.
looo bus tiela very Prime SEED RICE, very pure,
and free of red. Apply to
J. R. PRINGLE A SON,
Jati27-atuth No. 6 Adger'a North Wharf.
ALL, BLACK & CO.,
NOS. 666 and 667 BROADWAY, N. Y.,
LARGEST IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND
AND ALL KINDS OP
At the Lowest Prices.