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nw Hr. WILLIAM E. SIMMONS, Jr., is the,
travelling agent for THE .News, for South
Carolina. g ? ?
Meetings Tola Day?
Carolina Independent ?oat Club, at 7 P. M.
THE NEW GERMAN CHURCH.-The workmen
are employed night and day on the German
Church, preparing for the Easter celebration.
DROWNED.-Yesterday afternoon a colored
?bild, about two years of age, while playing
about Gadsden's Green, fell Into the creek at
the back of Harrison's lot and was drowned*
The body was shortly after found In the creek
by the aunt An inquest will be held over the
body, this morning.
BURGLARY.-James Drayton, a colored
youth, was arrested hythe detectives, charged
with entering the grocery store at the corner
of Coming and Warren street;, and carrying
off a keg o? lard and. other articles. He de?
nies all knowledge of the affair; but he is an
old acquaintance of the officers ot justice. He
is held for examination.
STERLING LOAN BONDS.-The committees of
the Senate and House of Representatives, ap?
pointed for that purpose, numbering between
fifteen and twenty members all told, were en?
gaged on Thursday in destroying the six
million of sterling loan bonds printed under
the acts of the Legislature last year, and re?
scinded by the session just closed.
THE IRISH RIFLE CLUB.-This gallant or?
ganization paraded last night in full uniform,
and honored THE NEWS office with a rousing
salute. At the head of the club ma 'ched the
St. Patrick's Band, whose spirited playing
added greatly to the pleasure of the occasion.
Wo wish the Irish Rifle Club all Imaginable
happiness and prosperity.
TH s WAGENER ARTILLERY BALL.-The first
grand ball of this spirited organization will
come ofl" at the Concert Hall of the Academy
of Music on next Wednesday evening, the 20th
Inst The members know what a ball should
be, and have placed the matter in the hands
of a committee whose names insure the pleas?
antest o? evenings to tho visitors. The pre?
parations, so tar are handsome, and the bill
will doubtless be a brilliant affair.
FIREMEN'S BALL.-The Young America
Steam Fire Company will give their third an?
nual ball at the Hibernian Hall, on the eve?
ning of Friday, the 5th of April next. This
affair, like Christmas, comes but once a year,
and the company are determined to make it
something to be thought of for a year at least.
With a fine hall, good music and their gallant
hosts in view, the ladles are already excited
on the subject, and our friends of the Young
America have a Joyous time ahead.
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THE BABCOCK FIRE EXTINGUISHER.-Chief
Nathan has just received one of these famous,
machines on trial, and It maybe seen at his
establishment, No. 150 Meeting street. The
article resembles an ice-cooler, with a rubber
pipe attached to its lower part, and when used
ls worn by the fireman strapped to his back.
The extinguishing elementals water Impreg?
nated with carbonic aold gas, and the rapidity
with which a large blazing 'fire ls put out will
astonish the uninitiated. Chief Nathan pro?
poses soon to give a public exhibition of the
wonderful powers of this machine.
AFTER THE SWEETS:-Yesterday morning,
at hajf-'past. eleven o'clock, a. colored man
named George Green, who was whitewashing
a part of the interior of Mr. Francis J.
O'Neill's grocery store, in King street, wau
seen actively engaged near a sugar barret.
On examination it was found that Green, in?
stead of plying his brush, was tilling his
breeches pockets with sugar, and these were
distended with several pounds of the best clar?
ified brown. Green was taken to the Guard?
house, wheres, lie-aurned ;oat the j sugar from
his pocket, aod.-ws*referred to a trial ju~t;ce.
ANOTHER CHANCE FOR BARNUM.-Among
the specimens of the finny tribe which Mr.
Brook banks keeps at his fruit store, in Meet?
ing street, near the Milts House, la a living
curiosity-in ?tne^sbApe of a marine horse. It
is of a 1 i ph t Ted color, two 1 nches In length,
an'Ahas the breast, arched neck: and perfect
head of a horse, with the other end just lu
the slightest degree piscatorial. It ls quite
lively and travels fast. The creature was cap?
tured a few days ago near James Island by a
fisherman who was out crabbing. The sea
horse is us yet hardly more than a colt, but is
HOWARD ASSOCIATION.-The fallowing gen?
tlemen were elected officers of the Howard
Association of Charleston, at the annual meet?
ing held yesterday: Captain Thomas S. Budd,
president; General W. G. DeSaussure, senior
vice-president; Captain Jacob Small, junior
vice-president; Dr. George S. Pelzer, secre?
tary; George H. Moffatt, treasurer. Directors:
Ward No. 1, H. F. Baker, J. F. Mathewes;
Ward No. 2, W. H. Peroaneau, T. P. Lowndes;
Ward No. S, T. M. Hanckel, H. C. Robertson;
Ward No. 4, S.A. N-?IBOO, F. von Santen;
Ward No. 5,8. Y. Tupper, J. H. Devereux;.
Ward No. 6, H. B. Olney, T. A. Wilbur; . Ward
No. 7, T. M. Eason, B. F. Evans; Ward No. 8,,
W. G. Whilden, W. L. Webb-. .
THE PORT ROYAL ;B^TI?R?AD.-The Augusta
Chronicle and Sentidla Informed that, at the
meeting of the directory- of the Georgia Road,
on Tuesday last, the board voted in favor cf
endorsing the bonds^of the Port Royal Corn,
pany to the amount or one million- of dollars. \
For this loan of Its credit the Georgia Ball- ?
rosy will receive one million two hundred j
thousand dollars of the stock of the Port Royal
Company. This stock will give the Georgia ,
Road a controlling interest in the affairs of
the company. The endorsement ls not to be ,
made nor the stock received: until the action ?
of the board of directors shall be approved
and ratified by the stockholders, who will
meet here In convention- next May. The
Chronicle thinks there ls little doubt that this !
action will be approved and confirmed by the
stockholders. We suppose that the Georgia '
Railroad has more money than lt knows what
to do with. That's what's the matter.
CLUBS AND STARS.-T. J. Hamilton and
James E. Daley, foun? staying in an unoccu- ]
pied house in Beden's alley and lodged on the
charge of vagrancy, were dischargea, ?
The keeper o?a grocery sto^and bar at- 1
tached, who was dolo* nosiness without a
license, was reporta and had nis ca8e con.
tlnued uc'til to-day.
Susan Roblnsori, a drunken woman, who
was noisy on Meeting Btreet, was ordered to
be sent to ?er home in Savannah, Georgia.
Jaco'd Royal and Thomas Manigault, report
e<!. for emptying filth in Rutledge avenue, near
the race track, were fined five dollars each.
Samuel. Robinson, arrested for throwing
oyster shells and cutting a boy In the eye,
jHarrison Ford, reported for driving his filth
c?rt through King street, was fined two dol?
A bay horse found astray was delivered to
the owner upon payment of one dollar.
YESTERDAY IK COURT.
The United States Court.
ID the District Court, a covered wagoo
mules and four boxes of manufactured 1
co, seized for violation of the internal rei
law, were ordered tobe delivered to thee
ant upon his filing a bond to secure
The petition of Geo. A. Bowman, bank
for a Anal discharge, was referred to Reg:
Carpenter, and the ? a al hearing fixed fe
11th of April.
The appointment of Robert E. Frase
Georgetown, as assignee cf Geo. R. Cong
and of A. C. Palfrey as assignee of Jose]
Williams, were confirmed by the court.
Ttie case of Farmer vs. Sanders was s
taken up and occupied the time of the i
up to the hour of adjournment.
LS TjHB CIRCCTT COURT.
The Jail at Union Court House having
represented as insecure, the marshal wa
dered to remove the Uoited States prise
there confined to^the Jail ol Charleston C
Alfred Burke, Lewis Jolly, Jas. E Sert
Wm. Robbins, Wm. Howerton and Jame
Wall, prisoners undergoing sentence, bell
want of decent clothing, were ordered t<
furnished with the same at a coBt not exe
lng eighteen dollars.
The bond of Marshal Wallace was enr<
as required by law.
The State Court.
In the Common Fleas the following c
were tri ed:
Archibald Cameron vs. Richard Aro
Verdict for the defendant for $161 85.
Gustavus H. Zelgler vs. the Northeas
Railroad Company. Action for damages,
case occupied the Court up to the hour of
The following cases are fixed for Mom
L P. Wagner vs. Hunt Brothers & Co.;\
Preston Dowling vs. James G. Padget; J
Farrar, et al, vs. W. L. Lee & Sons; E. G(
lng vs. J. A. Quackenbush; Caroline L. Ml
vg. Charles H. Slmonton; Thomas Rivers,
mlnistrator, vs. the Charleston Mining
Manufacturing Company; James M. Allen
Richard H. Cain; Peter Korn?hren s VB. C
Kornahrens; S. S. Solomons VB. B. Set
Gustavus Poznanskl, executor, et al, vs. T.
AK IRRITARLE LANDLADY.-The callousa
with which a bad tenant regards adunis r
verbial; but when they have a landlady to d
with, it seems to be dangerous to put them
On Wednesday evening, a female collectoi
this kind , went to the house of a tenant
Rose' lane to collect the rent. The tens
who was also a woman, could not respe
wi tb the money, and a fierce altercation
sued. In the wordy war the worsted landh
fell back from the door, but picking up a lat
brick she here rallied and let lt fly, crash!
through the glass window, at her tenant. 1
latter called the police and the landlady v?
arrested. She was brought before the Mayi
who referred the case to a trial Justice.
SAINT PATRICK'S DAT.-To-morrow ls tl
anniversary of the death of St. Patrick, t
patron saint of Ireland. The biographers
the saint differ as to the precise place ai
year of his birth, though he ls said to ha
been born about the year 349, and lived to
one hundred and sixteen year old, dyli
March 17,465. The statement ls accept
also that when sixteen years of age he w
seized by pirates, carried from France to It
land, and sold to one of the petty chiefs, wi
whom he remained six years. He th
escaped, went to France, and became ?mon
first at Tours, and afterwards, In the ce!
bi-ated monastery of Lerlus. He subsequent
went to Rome, and was sent thence by "Poj
Celestine te preach In Ireland, where hlstoi
records his mission as eminently succ?rafr
having founded three hundred and Blxty-fli
churches and baptized twelve thousand pe
sons with his own hands. St. Patrick, attt
doing a vast amount of good for his adopt?
country, finally expired at a place called Sat
near Dowopatrlck, and his remains were pr<
served there down to the date of the Refo
mation. His name has ever since been he
In veneration by ihe sons of the Emerald Is!
in every clime, and perhaps In ctj place moi
so than In Charleston.
STATE SUNDAT-SCHOOL CONVENTION.-At
meeting of the State Sunday-school Convei
tlon, held In May, 1870, it was unanimous!
resolved that another Bim liar convent lo
should be held in Charleston on the Wedne
day following the second Sabbath of May, 187!
In accordance with the above resolution, tb
superintendents, teachers and friends of Sui
day-schools In the State of South Carolina ar
most cordially invited and urged to appoic
delegates to the approaching convention upo
the following ratio of representation: Ever,
Sunday-school of fifty scholars, or less. on.
delegate; fifty to ooe hundred scholars, tw
delegates; and for every additional flit;
scholars, one additional delegate. Arrange
ments will be made with railroad companle
to bring and return delegates for one fare
Endeavors wiil be made to secure homes fo:
all delegates who purpose .'attending t he con
ventlon, provided notice ot Buch intention b<
given before the first of May. Great good hai
been accomplished throughout the State bj
the last convention, and Ahe committee fee!
confident that the contemplated meeting wll
give still greater zeal Inj the Sabbath-Bchoo!
work. The names of delegates should be Bent
as early as possible. The committee desire
that this notice be extended, as they may not
be able to procure the address of every school
In the State, and it. ls their wish that every
schcol be represented at the approaching con?
vention. Delegate*, should come prepared
with the name of school, name of superinten?
dent, postofilce, number of officers and teach?
ers, number of scholars, average attendance
at school, and number of volumes in library.
Address any of the following committee on
correspondence : C. N. Averill, R. Caldwell,
Jr., Presbyterian Church; A. C. Palfrey, Bap?
tist Church; R. G. Chisolm, Lutheran Church;
Samuel A. Nelson, Methodist Church.
Hotel Arrivals-March 15.
J.J. Nettles, Northeastern Railroad:C. M.
C. F. Welmans, Augusta; Tho?, M. Blosom.
Joseph Bell, Gariner Cottrell? Sew York; G.
E. Whaley, Orangeburg; A. 0. Engel, Vlenua;
R. A. Nelson, Dr. J. W. Wilkie, S. D. Stiles,
Auburn, N. Y. ; Wm. C. Waties, wife and two
Children, Boston; B. W. Tomllnson and fami?
ly, CHARLESTON NEWS; J. W. Coburn, Miss
Robarts, Miss Carlisle, Boston; J. G. Thomp?
A. Myers, Philadelphia; John B. Dillon, Sa?
vannah ;T. R. Gaines, P. R. Curtis, South Car?
olina; James C. Wilson and wife, Miss S. E.
WilsoD, New York. W. A. Willock, Floridra; J.
W. D. Pierce, St. Louis; Frank D. Stout, Con?
necticut; J. S. Parker, Baltimore; Chas. T.
Leechfield and lady, Chas. E. Rhinelander,
Miss G. Rhinelander, New York; John Worth?
ington, Samuel Platt, Toronto; John R. Ken
duck, Atlanta; A. P. Tatum, Virginia; K. W
Hedges, London; J. A. Yates, South Carolina;
M. W. Gary, Edgefleld; Chas. Richards, New
York; J. Cook and wife, Miss Nellie Cook, St.
The Academy or Music.
The Oat.es Company played "The Bohemian
Girl" last evening; at the Academy, before-]
another large and fashionable audience. The
piece went off admirably.
The Matinee To-Day.
To-day the young people will have an oppor?
tunity o? witnessing the beautiful fairy ex?
travaganza of "Fortunlo and his Gifted Ser?
vants," at a matinee, beginning at two o'clock
P. H. The price of admission Isjgeduced to
fifty cents for adults sud twenty-five cents for
children, and the whole performance, music
and all, will be exactly as al night time.
The Oates Company To-Mght.
To-night this popular company will play the
King's Secret and a farce. This ls the last
performance of the troupe in Charleston this
The Parlor Rehearsal
of Professor J. Edwin Churchill came off at
the appointed hour last evening at the Hi?
bernian Hall. There were very few persons
In the hall, and these seem to have been so
well satisfied with "what they Baw" that they
are not likely to trouble the professor again.
BIKO ELECTION'.-At a meeting of the stock?
holders of the. 8partanburg and Union Rail?
road Company, held at their office, at Colum?
bia, 8. C., March 12, 1872, the following di?
rectors were elected: H. G. Worthington, N.
G. Parker, Hardy Solomon, J. J. Patterson, C.
D. Melton, F. s. Jacobs, Thomas Steers. The
directors organized by electing John J. Pat?
terson president, and F. 3. Jacobs secretary
and treasurer. _ _
NATTAN'S GREAT CRYSTAL DISCOVERY for
the hair ls for sale by Dr. H. Baer, No. 131
Meeting street. Nobody wtio has tried this
excellent preparation ever uses anything else
for the hair. . _
ANTOINE'S FRENCH COPYING IXK.-A lot of
this Ink, of recent importation, just received,
and for sale at low prices by Walker, Evans
A Cogswell, Stationers and Printen, No. 3
Broad street, Charleston.
THE new and beautilul "Turquoise Silk"
Hat for Spring, Just received at Plenge's, No.
201 King street. ^_
THE NEW . HYMNAL, price 40 cents, at
HolmeB's Book House.
The selection of new styles of Parasols, at
Furchgott, Benedict A Co., No. 244 King |
street, ls the finest ever brought to this mar?
ket. ? ? mchl?
JUST received the latest styles of Children's
Fancy Hats, at Plenge's, No. 201 King street.
ONE HUNDRED DOZEN Glass Preserve Jars,
quarts, at $2 per dozen, at. Thomas .A Lan
neau's, No. 289 King street. mchl2-6
SOME SEASONS WHY THE SINGER SEWING
MACHINE IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD.-1st.
Because lt will do both light and heavy work ;
2d. Because lt never gets out of order ; 3d.
Because lt ls the simplest in the world ; 4th.
Because any child ten years of age can operate
lt with ease. Office, Klug street.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A co. advertise this
day the receipt of their first shipment of j
Spring Goods. The latest styles of Spring
Dross Goods can be examined at their store,
No. 244 King street. feb29
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co. have received
the first shipment of 8prlog Cloths for Gents'
wear from 75 cents up. Tailors will find lt to
their advantage to examine the goods.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co. most cordially
invite the Ladles of this - city to give them a
cali and examine the first shipment of Spring
Dress Goods. Also the fine assortment of new
Carpets as reduced; prices from 40 cents to ll.
. feb29 -
NOTICE TO TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views of j
Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
street Bazaar. dec29
CROQUET I CROQUET!-The cheapest In the
city. Price $4. HASEL 8TREET BAZAAR. *
CHEILLEY'S PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair
warranted. These Gloves will be taken back
even after wear, for any Imperfections, such as
tearing or ripping.
Paris, 20 Bue de la Paix.
rwo/vro London, 53 Regent street.
DEPOTS New York, 929 Broadway.
Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co., sole Agents
for Charleston._ _nov3-6mos
AN EXTENDED POPULARITY.-Each year finds
"Brown's Bronchial Troches" In new localities
in various parts of the world. For relieving
Coughs, Colds and Throat Diseases, the Tro?
ches have been proved reliable.
TRACING WHEELS ! Tracing Wheels !
febl6-f HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have Just re?
ceived one thousand boxes, each containing
one quire of flue Note Paper and Envelopes
td match, (without initial,) also Penholder
and Pen. Price 25 cents per box. Hasel
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Boom.
Jan3f ; ^
WHEELER & WILSON, Singer, and Grover A
Baker family Sewing Machines for sale at low
prices, fully warranted. These machines
have been taken In part payment for the un?
rivalled Weed F. F. and Letter G Silent Ma?
chines, and will be sold cheap to make room
lor more o Hering, at No. 307 King street.
To BUSINESS MEN.-Save your money by
purchasing your Blank Books at the East
Bay News Boom. decl4s
ONE DOLLAR WRITING DESKS_Superior to
any sold heretofore. HASEL STREET BAZAAR,
and EAST BAY NEWS-ROOM. dec20s
French and American Clocks,
IS TO BE FOUND AT
No. 307 KING ?THE ET 4
.-TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
At a meeting of the Board of Fl remasters, held
Monday evening, 11th instant, the following pre?
amble and resolutions were ananlmonsly adopt?
On ordinary occasions Death removes from onr
midst those whose places can he easily Siled. Bot
when, with a sodden visitation, he prostrates a
"shining mark," wboae sphere of nsefnlnesB
illumined an entire community, a wide-spread
sympathy deplores the affliction which causes a
vacancy so impossible to Bnpply.
In the death of the late Francis J. Porcher the
Board of Firrmasters recognise with unfeigned
sorrow and deep regret .the irreparable loss they
Intimately associated with the Fire D?pannent
during the past thirty years, the untiring zeal
and active energies of our deceased brother were
always devoted to the advancement of its pros?
perity and usefulness. Endowed with a liberal
spirit, he contributed with a generous hand,
throngh a protracted civil strife, and amid sea?
sons of embarrassment, in sustaining, and en?
couraged by his good counsel in supporting and
strengthening', bur time-honored association. His
judicious aid waa ever tempered by that urbanity
of manner that always characterizes the "true
gentleman," in the enlarged sense of that term.
Modest and unassuming in his demeanor-the
soul or honor and integtity la his mercantile rela?
tions-faithful, earnert and unswerving in his
friendship-zealous in hts devotion to our depart?
ment, and lavish in his offerings on the altar of
charity-his loss to our community is sensibly
felt sud sincerely deplored.
The grave has closed over the mortal rema ms
of onr lamented friend, whose character was with?
out stain or reproach, and whose life exhibited
those rare virtues that adorn and dignify human
character; be it, therefore,
Resoled, That in the death of the late Francis
J. Porcher, tne Fire Department has loat one or
its most zealous friends, our c ty a most nsefnl
and enterprising citizen, and charity a moat
Resolved, Tnat we tender to the bereaved
widow and family or the deceased our sincere
sympathy and condolence.
Resolved, That as a further testimony of onr
respect and esteem, a blank page of onr Minute
Book be suitably Inscribed to his memory.
Resolved, That the secretary of the board trans?
mit to the wtdow of the deceased the foregoing
preamble and resolutions, and publish the same
lu the dally papers. , B. M. STKOBBL,
Clerk B. F. M.
BLACKWOODS EDINBURGH MAGAZINE
An unusually attractive number, contains an
enthusiastic SK etch of the
LIFE OF GENERAL LES,
And aa estimate of bis character as a Man
and a Soldier.
Also a Paper by Cerneaos O'Dowd,
"THE AMERICAN REVOKE,"
And other interesting articles, all of the true
Prico, as cents a number; $4 a year.
The Fonr British Reviews, Sis a year; Black?
wood and the Four Reviews, $1 s a year. -, .
IHI LEONARD SCOTT PUBLISHING COMPANY
No. 140 Fulton street, New York,
Drrj ?0009, fft.
"?rju?s COHEN T1?7"
No. 348 KING STREET,
Beg leave respectfully to announce tbat they
are now In receipt of a ccmplete Stock of
SPRING- DRESS GOODS,
COMTBI3INQ IN PART ALL COLORS ANC 6BADBS,
AND A PULL LINS OF THE BEST
LLAMA LADE POINTS.
All of which are offered at the mo3t
PARTICULAR ATTENTION IS DRAWN TO OUR
FULL LINES OF
WHICH HAVE BEEN MUCH BEDUOED IN
A eau ls respectfully solicitud.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
NO. 248 KINO STREET.
m ch 4 tntbalmo
AND THE CHEAPEST ARE
THE NOBLE COOK,
LILY, CHALLENGE AND PAL?
THE BEST RANGES ARE
THE EMERALD. INDIAN QUEEN
AND HOT BLAST.
The Agents for the above are
J. B. DUVAL & SON,
No. 387 KING STREET,
feb27-tnths One door north of Liberty street.
?ljirts an? iFnrnigljing ?ooos.
THE LITEST WOOL
Made to order of Beat Materials, and
WARRANTED TO FIT.
Sent by Express, C. O. D. to any part of the
country. Directions for measurement sent on
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Opposite the Market.
novi8 . J
GRAND OI^EIVIWGJ- &0m
y j,1 ~ /.-*? "?ii.'?' I i..'-iw *VJMV
? . : -? . ..?.v.? .vT>-'l ttf *V.-*>V?',?
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO..
No. 344 KINO- STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Weare offering a fine and fresh seleoted Stock of new
Spring and Slimmer Goods at unusually low figures, and
invite the public most respectfully to examine our Goods
before purchasing elsewhere.
10 P1E0ES OROS GRAIN BLACK SILK, at $1 25,
10 pieces Ores Grain Black Slut, at $1 SO. worth
io pieces Gros Grain Black Silk, at $l 87, worth
16 pieces Qros Grain Black Silk, at $2, up to
10 pieces ol assorted colors of Silk-/on ly tl 60
A full line of Japanese and Tar ten Sluts, tn
plain, flgnred, dotted, striped and check?
ed, from 86 cents to $126
loo Silk Poplin Dresses, at $8 60 each
A fine selection of Llama Lace Shawls
26 cases of the best selected Stock of Dress
Goods, (samplesgtveo,) from 20 to 60 cents
2 cases Bnfl* Lawn, 4-4 wide, at only 15 cents
8 cases colored Lawn, 4-4 wide, floe styles, at
1 case French Percales, a fine style, 20 to 25
20 pieces Black Alpaca, at 26 cents, worth 80
20 pieces Black Alpaca, at 40 cents, worth 60
20 pieces Black Alpaca, at 60 cents, worth ,60
Special attention la requested to the last
60 pieces Black Alpacas, from 60 cents to fl 50
A full Hue of Black Crepe Cloth, Henrietta
Cloth, Bombazine, at very reasonable
2 cases 8-4 Bleached Shirtlog, at io cents
6 cases 44 Bleached Shirting, at 12#, 16, lo, 18,
8 cases 10-4 BLEACHED SHEETING, 40.to 46
1 case 10-4 Brown Sheeting, st 87. cents, worth
l case Plllowcaslng, at 22# cents
6 cases 8-4 Bleached Linen Damask, at 75
cents, worth $1
10 cases 84 Bleached. Linen Damask, at 86
cents to tl 26'
loo dozen Linen Doylies, at 76 cents
50 dozen Linen Napfclns, at tl 26
400 dozen Linen Towels; from fl op
200 pieces Swiss Muslin, from 12X to 60 cents
200 pieces Cambric Nais soots
200 pieces striped and checked Cambric, from 16
to so cents
loo pieces Victoria and Bishop Lawns
French Swiss Tarletans, at very low figures
Our 25 cent Marseilles are the finest in the
200 pieces plain, ; dotted, figured and striped
Piques and Marseilles, from 20 to 60 cents
2000 pieces Mosquito Netting, only '6 cents
100 dozen Imported Co reeta, only 76 cents
60 dozen Imported Corsets, batter quality, from
500 Honeycomb and Allendale Quilts, only fl 60
worth fit '
200 dozen Ladies and Gents' Linen Handker?
chiefs, very low
40 pieces Spring Cass im eres, from fl up
A foll selection of Spring Ribbons, all shades,
widths and colors '
A complete stock of Hosiery, Notions and
Fancy Goods constantly on band.
OUR CARPET DEPARTMENT
Fifty pieces Grossly Brussels, at $160, and 50 Bolls All
Wool Carpets, from 60c to 75c, worth $1; 200 Soils of 4-4
and 5-4 White and Check Matting.
FURGHGOTT, BENEDICT ft CO.,
mchia ISO, a A4 KING STREET, CHAHLE8TOIT, S. C.
tliinoom 5rja??0, tlprjoisterri, Ut.
WINDOW SHADES ! WINDOW SHADES !
GREAT REDUCTION IN
WINDOW SHADES AND UPHOLSTERY G00D8,
W. J. TRIM'S,
NO. 2 4 4 KING STREET.
I am now offering one of the largest stocks rf WINDOW SHADES ever offered lc this city, at a
redaction on former prices from 25 to 40 per cent.
GILT BAND SHADES from fi 25 to |8 so, usually sold at $2 so to f5. Shades selling last week
at fi 26,1 am now offering st fl. There are about three thousand Shades to select from, guaranteeing
them put up In the best manner. Alco, a large stock PAPER HANGINGS AND DECORATIONS, Lace
Curtains, Reps, Terrys. Table Covers, Tollanette's French and English Cretonnes, with Green, Bnfl
and Blue Holland for Wladow shades. Store Shades of all sizes and colors. UPHOLSTERING done
by the best workmen, and at reasonable prices.
Persons are requested to call and examine before going elsewhere. Samples mailed to any part
of the country free of obarge.
W. J. TRIM,
nov"-*_NO. 243 KINO STREET, IN THE BEND.
Drags at itjrjoksaU.
DKTJGrS, MEMCINES, &c
DOWIE, M Ol S E dc DAVIS,
IMPORTERS, 51A V IF AC TI RE RS AND
WHOLE SALE DRUGGISTS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
We beg to call the attention of Druggists, Physicians and Country Merchants to oor large and
complete Stock of all Goods usually kept In a FIRST-CLASS WBOLESALE DRUG WARE?
HOUSE. We are Agents for the following houses, whose articles we offer at Proprietors' prices, and
solicit orders for them and other Goods In our line:
Jno. Wyeth A Bro., of Philadelphia-Elegant Pharmaceutical Preparations: Beef Wine and Iron,
"Tasteless Cod Liver OH," PepslD. Bismuth and Strychnine, Ac, Ac
Hance Bros. ? White, of Philadelphia-Standard Solid and Plaid Extracts and Sugar-coated Pills.
B. Keith A Co., of New York-Reliable Concentrated Tinctures and Powders.
Chas. Torchon, of Paris-Guyot's Solution of Tar, Labarraqae's wine of Quinine, Beiioc's Medicated
Charcoal Powder and Lozenges.
Grlmaalt A Co., of Pans-Syrup ot tue Hypophosphate Lime, Guaran?, Ac.
Lleblg's Texan Extract Beef.
Excelsior Spring Saratoga Water.
Long's Portable Soda Fountain-all complete In one Sliver-Plated Draw Stand. The cheapest and
most economical and easily managed Soda Fountain lu the world. Expressly suited to Small |
Country Drag Stores, Confectionery Establish a. ents, Ac, ic Send for Descriptive Circular
Patent Spring Show-Cases-Walnut and Metal Frames-4, 5, 8, 7 ands feet, always on band.
Mixed Palms, all colors, ready fer use, In cans of from one to five pounds. A very desirable article.
We are Proprietors of the following, which we offer with confidence as being equal to any simi?
lar Preparations In the market:
Sumter Butters-The Great Soatbem Tonic. Molse'3 Fever and Ague Pills-Warranted to Cure.
Holse's Livor Pills-Purely Vegetable. Moise's Popular White Worm Candy.
Moise's Horse, Hog and Cattle Powders. Moise's MortilagBtar Yeast or Baking Powders.
feb29-c*w8moa Samples Furnished Free of Charge.
ATLANTIC AGIO PHOSPHATE.
This Article, prepared by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, under the direction of their
Chemist, Dr; ST. JULIE: f RA YENE L, for composting with Cotton Seed, ls now offered at the Reduced
Price of 93S per ton cash, or $31 per ton payable ist November, 1872, Free of Interest.
Orders filled now will be considered as Cash 1st March, 1872, or on Time as doe 1st November
1872, thereby enabling Planters to haul it at a time when their Wagons and Mules are Idle.
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents
decWmOB BROWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
? This FERTILIZER, manufactured by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, under the dlreu
tlon of their Chemist, Dr. ST. JULIEN RAVEN ISL, ls now offered to the Planting Community AT j
T?F VERY REDUCED PRICE OF $48 PER TON OASH, or $53 PAYABLE 1ST NOVEMBER, 1872,
FREE OF INTEREST.
This FERTILIZER has been very extensively used in this State, and has given entire satisfaction;
soma nf the must practical planters admitting lt to be equal to Peruvian Guano, pound for pound.
AU sales made now will be considered as cash OB the 1st of March, 1872, and to those buying on
time the Bale will be considered as doe on 1st November. 1872.
By this arrangement planters will be enabled, without extra cost, to haul their Manure at a
time when their wagons and mules are Idle.
Pamphlets containing the certificates of those who have used the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE wUl be
furnished on application to the Agents.
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents,
dec8-4m0l BROWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, 8. O.
W. F. LEITCH S^BR?flS,
TJ??RNIT?BB No. ? U T:STa3?^Offi
win be ?old on MONDAY, the-istn instant. ?1?.' :
o??H*kJ?tiitt.iiBt. PifllpteBeV^ '"i ^-^liL.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, consisting la' pat*1'
af CARPETS, Tables, Bedsteads, Mattresses, Ba*
reaps, Waens'sjUs, Chairs, Ac. mcn-ifl , ,f.
Bj J. DRAYTON FORD.
?pSTATB SALB OF/DESPC?BLB EE8I
?i :; DENCE In Sommerville, '
: wu be sold at the ?ait end or Broad street,1
near the. FOiCcffloj, in CSarleaton, on TUESDAY,
tbesetn JtAr^iwajitXljojclpck A lt._" nL:n.,
1 ; The large WOODHT BESIDE NOE and Wni?e?"
In the Town or:8nmmeTv?l?,: dcainrtly.- loeated, .
nea? Brown's HoteL Veeeto Store and tbe;S#4acorr f
Terms-one-half CMb ; balance bj- bond, .*?? Ith -
Interest, payable In one year from day of sale,,,.
secured by first, mortgage.of premises. Igs*?
dence to be Insured for' credit portion and policy
assigned io Executor of Estate. (Pureba?? to pay
Auctioneer fPFpapersAnd stamps. :" .
mchl3-wa4D*c..;. ! ?
By L'S?"E? BENrTETTv ">? '?* ?"
AT PBIYATEF* B&?^^rx?^?L?mOt?J^
. and dry Lots, two with Buildings thereon,
in Ward No..6. ; . ? - ; .wo'Btom
LOT50, L Wltn.wooden braiding, taereon,.!!? by ;
20, Oh Charlotte street, south ride, next nfc ti?.
ocrneror Elizabeth, - measuring - north and' South .
?X feet by 188 feet In depth on east and wait -
linea. . . . . -r_ai; - .
Lot No. 2. With brick bnOdlnirs thereon."th "by
.80 with wed and small outbuilding, next east of '
tbe above, or same dlmenslona ss the above.' ?:// :
Lot No. A On Elizabeth street, east side. ?4 .
feet 4 inches on Elizabeth street, 21 feet 6 inches .
on back line by 184 leeton north line, and 178
feet on south hue.
Lot No. A On Elizabeth street, next south of
the above, with same dimensions on front and',
beek line by 178 feet on north line, and 170 feet on
sooth line . . ii
Lot No. 5. On .Elizabeth street, nert south of
above, with same dimensions.on Iron ; and back,
line, by 170 feet on north line, ana iso feet *
inches on sonth line, be the same more or less.
For further particulars apply as above, at No.
40 Broad street. , mcnlf-atntns;
Ecole, Snore, &t.
KOK tvs i ? Co RN st ??oRirst
IF YOU AB? FITTED AT THE
"STAR SHOE HOUSE,"
Ho. 197 MBHTH?O STREET,
Sonth of Market, Next Co-operative Grocery Store.
' From experience and severe test, we unhesi?
tatingly amrm that the SHOES ?old from the
"star Shoe Honse" out-wear, give more jatttfao
! non and comfort- than any we have ever tried.
\voioe of tue Presa..
we eoaoree tue BOOTS, ann aaa uun, w tao ors? ?
of onr knowledge aaa belief, goods from the
above Honse. are sold cheaper than from any
other similar Store ' -in The Wot, A.1' ...,
DALI HALL; December 34, isn.
W. C. CHAPMAN A 0.: GMNTS-I have warn
your w. Nailed SHOES eight months, a till they,
are as good as new. Ton only warranted them
for six months. Z. L. COFFER?
BB?BSBi? November 3,1871.
Messrs. W.O. CHAPMAN A CO.: ?1NTS-Dur?
ing my tour In America, on a flying visit to
Charleston, by my request yon were, pleased to
send me several pair of y onr "GAITERS," an of
which I kept. I moat return yon my sincere
thanks (l was nnable to obtain them la any other
i store) for never have I seen la all Europe any. :
SHOE to surpass or even compare with them..
They have been admired by every one. Do : :
send me by European Express one dozen palra 1
No. L . * ?.''*
.*..'? COUNTESS VON-.,
N.B. These aie our "Excelsior. Congress." the.
finest shoes made, and sold at only ga a pair
No lady should be without them. Sold elsewhere
from $4 to SA
t " di . . ?i?ti. ' . U . il
BOIOK MILLS, S. C., December 0,187].
W. C. CHAPMAN A. CO.: GKNTS-I congratu?
late yon on being proprietors of the only ?HOE....
HOUSE in Charleston (The Star) owned and con?
ducted by. Charleatonlans. My ot der was lined
to my entire satisfaction, and alt the Shoes gt
beautifully. Yonr low prices astounded me
They are ac least 20 per cent, below what I hare
been giving other dealers tn your city. I assure
you your selection pleased me better than If I
had been on hand to purchase Individ nally. Per?
severe, and 1 only hope many more of onr young ~
men will follow your example and energy, and
ones again make old Charleston prosper aa. in ,
days of yore. ............*.
SHOES SOLLTAT RETAIL.
Orders from the country nile J promptly, and
The STAR SHOE HOUSE ls No. 127 Meeting,
street, near Murtee
LOOK FOB THE STAB (.)
W. C. CHAPMAN ?Sc CO,,
CHARLESTON, 8. fl.
w. B. BURKE. Jans-eiyr^ '
Emits at tDIjoUea?'. .
JN MEDICINE, QUALITY IS OF THE
PHILIP WINEMAN & CO.,
DIRECT IMPORTERS OF
CHOICE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
HO. 35 HAYNS STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
PHILIP WINEMAN. JOHN ASHHT7BST.
Beg respectfully to call the attention of Physi?
cians, Druggists, Country Merchants and Plant- '
era, to their extensive and complete Stock of'
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY, FANCY
GOODS, GLASSWARE, SURGICAL INSTRU?
MENTS, PAINTS, OHS, DYE STUFFS
AND PURE LIQUORS,
AU of which have been s?lecte l with great care '
and particularly with reference to quality.
Many houses sell Medicines and Pharmaceutical .
Preparations with regard only to cheapness; thia
we avoid doing, "qoick sales and small profits""
bete g our motto. Physicians and Country Mer?
chants can rely on procuring at our establishment
none but pure and reliable Goods; and we fully
guarantee every preparation that bears our late!.
Mr. WINEMAN being a regularly educated Drug?
gist and Apothecary, takes especial charge of the
m an nf ac turing department.
Being Agents for the most approved PATENT
MEDICINES, can offer them at prop rle tors' prices.
We are in receipt, by recent Importations from
Europe, of the following Desirable Goods:
Howards A Sons' London CALOMEL. '
Herring A Oo.'s Blue Mass
Herring A Co.'s Medicinal Extracts
Atkin sen A Rigger's Iodide Potass
Sargs'a Pure vienna Glycerine
English iJonc'd Ammoniac, in bottles
English Calcined Magnesia
Calvert's Carbolic Acid.
Together with a rall assortment of AMERICAN
CHEMICALS from the best makers.
We can offer with great confidence to the trade
the following Desirable Goods of our own mana
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS
Ext. Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight
Crystallized Worm Candy
The above articles are prepared with special ref?
erenceto the diseases they are Intended to cure,
and are warranted In ah casea to give perfect