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THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1872,
SEWS OF THE DAT.
-Gold closed yesterday at 9$a9|.
-In New York cotton closed quiet; uplands j
22?c; sales 2722 bales.
The Liverpool cotton market closed dull; |
uplands Hailed, Orleans ll}ell?d; sales 10,
-Three sisters in New York are so beauti?
ful and attractive that they are known In BO- |
Clety as the "Three Graces."
-The scholars are now wrestling over j
"hallgramr" "thalaEsagram," and "onagram," j
as names for a cable dispatch.
-, -The New York favorite game with sharp- j
era le to swindle countrymen by charging
them seventy-five cents apiece admission fee j
to Central Park.
-There are said to be eight hundred differ-1
ent washing machines patented In Washing?
ton, three-quarters being of New England
-The marriage of two sons of the second
wife to two daughters of the third wife of the
same man is a curious event which is said to j
bav? occurred in Essex County, Ya.
0 -The latest sensation In Paris Is the discov?
ery of a copy of the constitution o/the French
Republic of 1794, bound In the Bkic of a victim |
of the guillotine. " -j(y]
-Alfred Haffy, who commanded the Eog- j
lish regiment which guarded the first Napo- J
leon at St Helena, died In Brooklyn recently,
it the age of seventy-eight years.
- -A member of the Austrian Imperial fam?
ily, the Infant Marla Beatrix, youngest sister
Of the Duke of Mo dena, recently took the veil
at the Ursuline Convent at Vienna.
The members of the Chinese Embassy in
Parte firmly believe that revolutions- in France
are immovably periodical, 'and have -been
making anxious Inquiries as to what will be
the exact date of the next.
-A Virginian, recently deceased, bas left
his ftirm to ten of his former slaves, who bad
voluntarily remained with him until the. day
of bis death, taking what wages he chose to
.-The Mormon sisters In Ephraim, Utah, put
aside all the eggs laid by their chickens on
Sundays, toward the subscription lo assist the
poor matrons the coming year. The brothers
gave two thousand dollars In cash and ten
head of cattle. '
-Dr. Habel and Prof. Edwards, English
scientists, assert a theory that the guano de- j
posits found on the Chincha or Guano Islands,
which were in some places upwards ol one
hundred feet thick, and generally admitted
to be the ordure ol birds, ls In reality an ac?
cumulation of the bodies of animals and
plants, most of them of marine origin,
-The number of stars visible lo the naked
eye, in the entire circuit of the heavens, has
been usually estimated at about 6000; an ordi- j
nary opera-glass will exhibit something like
ten times that number; a comparatively small
telescope easily shows 200,000; while lhere
are telescopes In existence with which, there j
is reason to believe, hoi less than 25,000,000
stars are visible.
-A little more than a year ago, the ladles
Of Philadelphia organised a Woman's Chris?
tian Association. They have purchased and
furnished a private boarding-house for young
women whose means will not admit of expen?
sive boarding. Recently, they have opened a J
dining-room where women and girls may ob--J
tain a substantial meal for a few cents. Among
other plans for the future, are an employ?
ment bureau, cheap lodging-rooms and a sew?
-Bonapartiet journalists, who have recent?
ly visited the ex-Emperor at Chlselhurst, re?
port that be enjoys great physical and mental
vigor. They say that the Emperor emphatl
cally staled that, la the event of his restora?
tion, he would return to his old policy. He
also expounded to them a tully elaborated pro
gramme of bis views, embracing compulsoi.
education and military service, and an income
tax to be levied on the bourgeoise clue, whom
he regards as tho authors of his downfall.
-The Bonapartist agents in France tell
some strange stories to the credulous peas?
antry to secure their espousal ol the banished
Emperor's cause. In the south of France,
among other tbingB, they go about telling the
peasantB that the return ol Napoleon III will
cause Alsac? and Lorraine to be restored to
France, by means of a projected marriage be?
tween the Priace Imperial and the niece of |
the Emperor William, who has promised to
give these two Provinces to her as a dowry.
-The Coliseum at Boston, In which the
Peace Jubilee is to be held, will accommodate
seventy-five thousand spectators and a chorus
of twenty thousand voices. The arched truss
of the building will be one hundred und thirty
feet high and three hundred and ten feet wide
at the base. The trusses to span and support
the root will be made of iron, with a wooden
lramework fifteen feet deep, and will be
placed tweniy-two feet apart, and will be
bolled to the piles upon which the building
is to stand. This will do away with posts and j
pillars, which would greatly obstruct tbe view
of spectators. The base of tbe building will
be bound together by heavy Iron rods un Inch
and a half in diameter, running across from
. side to side, secured with plates, thus pre?
venting any possibility of the spreading of |
the walls. The floor will rest upon the solid
earth. The galleries wtll be seventy-five feet
deep, and will be supported by pillars resting
on the piling and by other independent sup?
ports, while the cross timbers will be framed
Into i he walls and bolted to the trusses. A
monitor roof will extend from one end to the
other of the immense arch, and will be pro
. vlded with a large number of windows, which
will serve for purposes of light and vent na?
tion. For evening purposes, a Bysiem of gas
illumination has been adopted wkich will re?
flect an abundance of light from overhead.
-The Washington correspondent of the
New York World wrlteB under date of the 17th
inst.: "Senator Sumner, in conversation with
a gentleman yesterday, Bald he did not lavor I
the nomination of Judge David Davis for the
Presidency. While he refused to name his
candidate, he expressed the opinion that he
should be a national man and not the repre?
sentative of any particular faction or section.
Sumner and his friends will do all they can to
defeat ?h? nomination bf Davis at Cincinnati.
It Is understood they prefer Senator Trumbull
or Charles Francis AdamB. There are those
who assert that Sumner himself ls rather am?
bitious of receiving the nomination; but at
all events he Is open in his opposition
to Davis. He Is said to be preparing
a powerful speech, which he will de?
liver upon the first opportunity, reviewing
the administration ol Grant, showing how lt
has violated the constitution and how hs his?
tory ls filled with all sorts ol corruption.
General Garfield and Mr. Dawes, whose
names were mentioned by Senator Tipton to a
Cincinnati reporter as among those opposed
to the nomination of Grant, are considerably
alarmed lest their Btanding In the party may
be compromised. It baB been generally un*
deratood here that neither ot these gentlemen
was very enthusiastic for Grant, and that they
would prefer some other person should re?
ceive the nomination. The opposition within
the ranks of the Republican party has always
counted upon Dawes and Garfield, as men
who, while they would not openly oppose
Grant, held themselves ready to join anything
that promised successful opposion. Tipton's
statement, however, seems to have been pre?
mature, If not Indiscreet, and both gentlemen
have authorized a denial of it."
Arraign the Ring!
The longer we lie supine the more difficult
will it be to shake off the load of vicious
and unconstitutional legislation by which the
Radical ringleaders have consolidated their
power and augmented their ill-gotten gains.
Three years ago they were cautious and even
timid. Twelve months later they grew more
bold. And, now, they are convinced that
the taxpayers cannot be goaded or kicked
into any resistance to the monstrous schemes
of the Scotts, Neagles and Pattersons who,
by alternate cajolery and bribery, do what
they will with the Legislature of the State.
The peacefulness of the people is ascribed to
sullen disloyalty. Their promptness in meet?
ing the demands of the State Government is
attributed to their secret conviction that
they are not, after all, taxed too heavily.
And when the people point to the delinquent
tax lists and the hundreds of thousands of
acres of lands advertised to be sold, os a
proof tbat tbe load is more than they can
carry, the apologists of the Ring assnre the
public that high taxation is good for us, and
that Mr. Brown, of-Nebraska, or Mr. Jones,
of Rhode Island, pays a heavier tax than we.
Of what avail is it that a Northern State
taxes tbe people more or less than the Sooth
Carolina Radicals tax the citizens of this
State? We have only to ask whether tbe
rate of taxation is any higher than is neces?
sary, and whether the public revenue is hon?
estly and' economically spent. One answer
only can be given. Taxation is high because
the State Government is extravagant and
corrupt ; because the State spends each year
more than its enormous income, and then
increases taxation threefold and fourfold to
make up the deficiency. That the people, as
a whole, cannot pay the taxes of the present
year Governor Scott and his myrmidons
know. But ns long as we are silent as
dumb cattle; as long us we fail to act in
peaceful opposition to unconstitutional leg?
islation; as long as we refrain from seeking
the remedies which may be found in the
courts; so long will the wild work of waste
and robbery continue and increase. We
have no desire to tilt at windmills. The
laws which are unquestionably just and equal
must be let alone; but how many of such
laws can be found upon the statute book os
the Iruit of three years of partisan legisla?
tion? We are not afraid to go into
the courte. On the contrary, wo desire it.
If our case be as strong as we believe it to
be, the courts will not dare to refuse to re?
move at once a portion of the public bur?
den, And ii they should refuse, we have
other courts and a higher power to which we
Good must come of a movement in, the
courts. Once in presence of the majesty of
the law, we may expect to lay bare the hide?
ous moral deformity of the knaves who rule
the people. The collapse of Erie and of
Tammany was not more sudden than should
be that of the Colombia Ring. But we can
accomplish nothing, if we nervously wait
the one for the other. Unless we are ready
to sacrifice lime and convenience and a por?
tion of our means to accomplish the public
. edemption, what is the worth of the intelli?
gence and pluck which a distinguished
Charlestonian, on Monday night, declared to
be the characteristics of this people? In?
telligence is of no value unless it is directed
to discovering a loophole cf escape from
threatening danger, and to planning such
an attack upon the common enemy as holds
ont the best prospect of a decisive victory.
P'uck is of little value so long as is only
expressed in silent endurance c troubles
which, by opposing, we may end. We have
no love for New England, but we know that
if Vermont or Massachusetts had suffered as
South Carolina bas suffered, their people
would have risen in revolt-would have died
or regained their liberty. Armed resistance
to any law or edict, we cannot and would
not make. All that we advise is a persistent
opposition, in the courts, to every wrongful
act of the State Government.
The citizens who have taken up the mat?
ter of the License law have begun the good
work. Their sword does not, however,
reach far enough. The Ring must be
wounded more grievously than successful
opposition to the License law will do. We
desire to expose the systematic men?
dacity of the whole crew, their wanton sac?
rifice of the interests of the State, their vio?
lation of solemn obligations, their buying
and selling votes, their deliberate disregard
of the principles of the constitution and of
its plain provisions. Many of their rascally
laws have au appearance of justification.
Legal sophistry may reconcile them with the
organic law, and may, by "liberal construc?
tion," pretend to justify whatever is done
under color of their authority. But in one
striking instance the Ring, rashly relying
upon the lethargic mood of the persons
cbUfly interested, concocted a measure
whicb, from its beginning to its end, is a
fraud and cheat. They have, in this mea?
sure, laid themselves open to damaging at?
tacks. They know their danger, and have
attempted to boy off the opposition of the
Conservative press. An impartial judicial
investigation of the one act to which we al?
lude would bring with it instant relief, und
woald, we may hope, drive Scott <fc Co. ont
ofthe State or into tbe Penitentiary. And
the law of which we speak is the Bine Ridge
bil!, under which the people are to be sad?
dled with a debt or $1,800,000.to relieve Pat?
terson and hia colleagues from the liabilities
which they bound themselves to liquidate;
nuder which the State pays the debt of the
road thrice over, and abandons ail claim to
the franchises, road-bed and equipments or
the Company, which were mortgaged to her
as security for her guarantee; under .which
there is proposed tobe issued a huge amount
or currency, which Governor Scott himself
pfOB?tthce? to be Illegal; under which a spe?
cial tax is to be levied lor the redemption at
par or the new currency, for which specula?
tors are only willing to give forty or fifty
cents on the dollar; nnder which, in fine, a
property costing about 'oar million dollars is
given, free of all encumbrance, and with a
premium or nearly two million dollars, to a
clique or irresponsible speculators, whose
claim to it is that they bought $1,300,000 or
the road, from the State, for $13,000, and
did not rulfll any of the conditions which,
according to Governor Scott, were essential
parts of the bargain.
There mast be a means or bursting open
and breaking np this scheme or wholesale
robbery, ir neither the Courts nor Congress
can protect the free people or the Eepublic
from so monstrous an ontrage, and enable
them to bring to justice the rogues who are
guilty of it, we must sorrowfully admit that
oar whole system of government is defective,
and that any band or public officials, who
have the needful effrontery, may rob with
impunity, and may, without a Bingie un?
pleasant consequence, trample npon private
right and public liberty.
THE people of Jackson County, Florida,
or which Marianna is the seat, offer a re?
ward of $50,000 for a substantiation or the
charges or Eu-Eluxism mado against that
county, and a trae and correct list or the
names or tbe "one hundred and eighty-four
"murders, fifteen or the number being wo
"men and children," which are averred to
have been committed in the county. This
reward is offered in view of the slanderous
report of the legislative committee.
MCINTOSH-MCKINLAY.-On Ihe 17th UstOBt,
at Wentworth street Lutheran Church, by the
Rev. W. S. Bowmao, WM. B. MCINTOSH, E:q , to
Mis* JAMB, daughter or P. McKinlay, Esq., all or
S un er al IV at ice a.
"patt- THE ^LAT1VE5, FRIENDS AND
Acquiintances c.r the late Mr. CHRISTIAN SAN
Db,RS are respectful y invited to attend his Fune?
ral, rrom his late residence, on Meeting street
Road. THIS (Thursday) MORNING, at 10 o'clock.
SMITH.-Died on Wednesday, March 20th, 1872,
W. WARREN SMITH, aged 45}ears.
^HIS RELATIVES AND FBIENDS,
an I those or hts rather, W. J. Smith and family,
are Invited to attend hts Funeral Services, at the
Second Presbyterian Church, THIS AFTERNOON, at
half-past S oMock. mch2l
SPECIAL NOTICE.-F O R S T
AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA.-The steamer CITY
POINT will stop at St. Augustine on ber return
rrom st. John's River this trip. For Freight or
Passage, apply to RAVEN EL A CO.,
^SPECIAL NOTICE.-ALL PARTIES
are hereby caatluned that I will NOT be responsible
for any bills contracted Tor the '.Mills Douse" by
any other pereon than myself, on and alter this
date. D. C. BURNETT,
Charleston, March 20, 1872. mcli2l-3*
pS- THE CHARLESTON CHARITA?
BLE ASSOCIATION, FOR THE BENEFIT OF TUE
FREE SCHOOL FUND.-OFFIOAL RAFFLE!;
CLASS NO. 409 -MORNING.
52- 8-22-55- 1- 7-16-67-65-47-29- 6
CLASS No. 410-EVENING.
33 - 54 - 55-42 - 63-27-72 -36- 2-29-67-69
Aswltneis our hand at Charleston this 20th d*j
or March, 1872. FENN PECK,
octa _Sworn commissioners.
^COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON. -
The Scml-Annnal Examination of the Undergrad?
uates oft hts Coll? ge will commence on MONDAY,
16th Instant, at 9 A M., and will be continued
dally until THURSDAY next at 2 P. M. Candidates
or admission into the Freshman or the Sophomore
Class will present themselves on MONDAY, 26th
instant, at 10 A M. F. A. PORCHER,
mchl8-4 Secretary Faculty.
ps- OFFICE OF COUNTY COMMIS
SIONERS, BARNWELL COUNTY, S. C., BLACK?
VILLE C. H., MARCH 13, 1872.-Plans, Spt anea
Hons and Proposals to build a JAIL at Blackville
Courthouse will be received at this ellice until
the second Tuesday In April. The cost of Jail
not to exceed eight thousand ($8000) dol ara.
By order Couaty Commissioners.
mchl5 12_M. G. TOBIN, Cleric.
pa- BECAUSE A PiSRSON HAS A BAD
Cough it should not bs Inferred that Consump?
tion has set In, although a case of Consumption
is rarely met with unaccompanied by a distress?
ing Cough. Where, however, a disposition to
Pulmonary disease exists, a Cough, If left to it?
self, t trains and racks the Lungs, and wastes the
general strength, and soon establishes an incura?
ble compta nt. In all cases, then, it 1B the safer
plan to get rid or a Congh, Cold or Hoarseness
without delay, and for this purpose no remedy
acts more promptly or surely, or with more bene?
fit to the organs or the chest than Dr. D. JAYNE'S
EXPECTORANT, an article scientifically com?
pounded from carefully selected drugs, and
which, on trial, will always be found worthy ef
Ita world-wide rt potation. Sold everywhere.
Wholesale by P. W1NEMAN A CO., Charleston, S.
CLEAR AND HARMLESS AS WA?
TER-NATTANS'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR
TUE HAIR.-A perfectly clear preparation in one
bottle, as easily applied as water, for restoring to
gray hair its natural color and youthful appear?
ance, to eradicate and prevent dandruff, to pro?
mote the growth of the hair and stop Its falling
out. It ls entirely harmless, aud perfectly free
rrom any poisonous substance, and will therefore
take the place or all the dirty and unpleasant
preparations now la use. Numerous testimonia s
have been sent us from many or our most promi?
nent citizens, some er which are subjoined. In
everything in which the articles now in use are
objectionable, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY 1B perfect,
lt ls warranted to contain neither Sugar of Lead,
Sulphur or Nitrate of Silver, lt does not soil tie
clothes or scalp, ls agreeably perfumed, and
makes one of the b.st dressings for the Hair tn
use. lt restores the color or the Hair "more per
feet and uniformly than any other preparation,"
and always does so lu rrom turee to ten days,
virtually reeding the roots of the Hair with all
the nourishing qualities necessary to its g>owth
and healthy condition; lt restores the decayed
and induces a new growth of the Hair more posi?
tively than anything else. The application of
this won lerful discovery also produces a pleasant
and cooling effect on the scalp and gives the Hair
a pleasing and elegant appearance. Price $1 a
bottle. ARTHUR NATTANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. C.
For sale by the Ageat, DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
TTNION KILWINNING LODGE, No. 4,
U A. F. M.-The Regular Monthly Commuoi
cailoD of thi- Lodge will be held THIS (Thursday)
EVENING, 2lst Instant, at Holmes's Hall, punctu?
ally at half-past 7 o'clock. Candidates forthell.
M. Degree, and members generally, are requested
to be prompt In attendance. By order or the w.
M. w. GEO. GIBBS, Secretary.
pi ERM ANIA LODGE, No. 5, KNIGHTS
VT OF PYTHIAS.-Attend a Regular Meeting
at Pythian Hall, corner King an i society streets,
at 8 o'clock, THIS (Thursday) EVENING. Members
and candidates win please be punctual.
By order or the W. C. - ED. MEEBHOLZ,
mcjflO _ Recording Secretary.
STONEWALL FIRE ENGINE COMPA?
NY.-Yon are hereby summoned to attend a
Regular Monthly Meeting or your Company THIS
EVEN I NO, at Marke*. Hall, at 8 o'clock precisely.
A fall attendance Ls desired.
By order. WM. G. MILLER, .
CLEBURNE SOCIETY.-THE REGU?
LAR Monthly Meetlne will be held at your
. Hall, Market street, THIS EVBSINO, 21st instant,
at 8 O'Clock. JOHN F. CORBETT,
W^^ANTECT^A^WHITE WOMAN TO ?
cook and help about tbe place. Apply at
No. 43 Rutledge Avenge._mcti21-l
WANTED, A NURSE AND CHAMBER?
MAID. Also, a settled manas Waiting
man. Reference required. Apply corner KID g
and Monti streets. _mch20-i?
WANTED, A SITUATION BY A WhITE
woman as mest and vegetable cook and
milker. Apply at northeast comer State and
Queen streets. mch20.
FIRST-CLASS COOK AND WASHER
wanted for a ramify or three persons. Good
wages. Apply at this office. _mehi?
WANTED TO KNOW WHY MILLINGS
can sell FCKNI rURB cheaper tban any
other dealer la the city? Because nts expenses
are small. He ls economical, and believes in
small profits and quick sales. Give him a call ai j
the Sign or the Man and Rockie g cbalr. No. 444
WANTED, A SOUTHERN LADY TO
teach m a family. One required compe?
tent to teach the higher branches or English,
Music and Drawing. Reference as to competen
cy and character required. Address Dr. A. H.
JOHNSON, Bamberg P. a, South Carolina Rail?
road. Information can be had from Messrs.
P^LZER, RODGERS & CO., or E. L. HALLEY,
Charleston, a. c._m chis
WANTED TO SELL, A SECOND-HAND
PIANO. Price $225. Terms liberal. Ad?
dress M, Postofhee Box No. 179, Charleston, S. 0.
INFORMATION WANTED. - WM. B.
KoDANlEL, Printer, recently at work In some
suntu Carolina Ofhcr, wilt please let bis afflicted
father (at McLeansvllle, N. c.,) Hear from bim as
soon as possible, south Carolina and Georgia
papers please copy. C. S. MCDANIEL.
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House In the central or western
pan or the city. Address "Q," at this office, stat?
ing location, terms, Ac. lebS
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warranted
sewing Machine in the market ls the HOME SHUT?
TLE, price $26 and $37. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency, No. 61 Hasel street, opposite Express
Offlce. T. L. BlaSELb._ JanI2-8mo
WANTED, EVERYONE TO KNOW
that FLETCHER A QCRNEY, at the Little
store around the Corner, No. BS Market street,
have constantly on baud a splendid assortment
of hew York and Domestic POULTRY. GAME
POULTRY AT THIRTY CENTS A POUND.
Also a very fine lot of Sngar-Cured Hams,
Extra Prime Goshen and Family and Country
Butter, Beef and Pork sausages, Cheese, should?
ers, Sides, Dips, Cellery, Eggs sud Lard. GAME
a specialty. Their motto : The Best and cheap?
est. Remember-the Little Store round the Corner.
FOB SALE, ONE MILCH COW. ALSO
a GOAT with yoong Kids. Apply at No. 29
FOR SALE OR TO RENT, THE HOUSE
on sullivan's Island, near Parade Ground,
with seven rooms and fine lot. Apply at No. 67
JUST ARRIVED. A LOT OF HORSES
AND MULES. For sale at Stables, Queen
I s nett, between Friend and Mazjck. P. WLaT.
HORSES FOR SALE.-A FINE LOT OF
Saddle ai d Harness PONIES will be s kl
m n.w rates, ano cnn be seen at HOGAN A CO.'S
Stable, northwest corntr of King and Spring
streets. M. HOGAN ft CO._mchln-C*
FOR SALE.-A BRUSSELS CARPET 16
by ie (large,) and one Marble-top, hand-1
somely carved Mahogany centre Table, lor sale
low. Apply io SETH SPENCER, State street.
I rocM9 luttu*
FOR SALE, THAT LARGE COMHO
D10US three and a half story Brick House,
known as the residence or Edward Uorlbeck,
Esq., situate on the west side of Washington
street, near Charlotte stieet. The House'is well
built, and the grounds are spacious. For terms
apply to the subscriber, at No. 29 Broad street.
JOHN f. PICKEN. mcbl2-tuths6
ABARGAIN 1-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Rnggles Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, will be sold low for cash, Is nearn
new, cats 28 inches, and has an extra knife. Nc
cuargu for package. Price $40. Apply at Tur
NKWH Joh Office. rear?
TO RENT, THE HOUSE No. 55 SMITH
street, with ten rooms, double piazzas, and
large vegetable and flower garden, kent $30 a
month. Apply next dcor._mcti21-thb2*
T0 Rb NT, THE RESIDENCE SOUTH
WEST corner Church and Chalmer street?,
Uieiy occupied as a boarding-house. Api ly at
N<>. 163 King street._mch2i-t?
HIBERNIAN HALL .-THE At"OVE
well-known Hall will be rented for Theatri?
cal performances, Eoncerts, Lectures .nd other I
amusements at much reduced rates. Parties [
detering the Hall will be accommodated by ap?
plying to JOHN BURNS, Hallkeeper. febl-:h9
Cost ano ironno.
LOST, A STRAW AND WHITE COL?
ORED Poluter Dog, with end of tall cut tu*.
A nultauie reward will be paid for delivery or
same at No. 27 Ann street._mcli2i-i?
LOST.-A JET MEDALLION, WITH
Likeness ol two Gentlemen, was lost yes
lei day. A reward will be paid for the SJ me.
Apply at this office._mch.20-2
FOUND, 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. mco.4
CCopormerstjips and Chesoimions.
1872.-The copartnership heretofore exist?
ing between E. B. STODDARD aud C. FRONE
BEROER, under the name of E. B. STODDARD &
Co., Boot and Shoe Deaiers, No. 166, west sido of
Meeting street, ls, br the limitation or their Arti?
cles or Copartnership, this day dissolved.
The busluess or the tl rm will be settled by E. B.
STODDARD, the senior Partner.
E. B . STODDARD,
mchl5-10_ C. FHONEBERQER.
tOaicbca, Jimms, #t.
?1 H AS. HEBENROOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting stree-, and corner Line
and Meeting streets.
as-Highest prices paid in Cash for Crude Turpen?
Virgin... .$6 Gu I Yellow Dip.. $5 | Hard.$310
mcliiy 6mos _
fj T. CHAPEAU A CO.,
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE NO. 173 EAST BAY,
OHABLESTON, S. C.
VIRGIN $6 60, DIP $6, HARD S3. mchl8-6
QT TO A MOSES, PH. D
Geological Surveys aud Maps promptly and
exactly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro?
perties reported, upon, and Working Plans fur?
nisher. Separat ug and Metallurgical Proces?
ses adapted to'Ore Dr posits. Special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES Of FERTILIZERS.
Drugs, Ores. Minerals, Ac. LABORATORY,
decitf-Btuinsmo Ko. 28 George street.
T_> UBI M B A L L.
ANNUAL GRAND BAL MASQUE AND PROME?
_ . ..0?_.-...
THE HAB ll 0 N Y GIBOLE,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
MONDAT EVENING, MARCH 38, 1872.
M. ISRAEL, J. APPLE,
Dr. O. PRINCE, R. L. DAVID.
D. JACOBS, A A GOLDSMITH,
L. DRUCK. KR, LOUlS COHEN,
M. TRIE?T. L. D. SU AFIR A.
L. H. COHEN, A. SECKENDORF,
9. STRAUSS, L. FUROHGOTT,
LOUIS ELIAS, J. GOLDSTEIN,
J. J. LOEB, J. SPRING,
S. D; EPSTIN.
COMMITTEE OP ARRANGEMENTS :
B. RICE, Chairman,
J. H. LOEB, LEWIS ELIAS,
D. BENTSCHNER, A R. LE WITH.
Tickets eau be procured from the above Com?
Grand Promenade Concert between every danoo
by tba United States Military Band, under the
leader of Professor 0. F. BEERW1RTH.
Music for Dancing by Professor MULLER'S
RULES OF TBS MASK BALL: s
1. The Hall will be opened at 8 o'clock P. M.
2. The Committee reserves the right to unmask
any person If required.
A Unless escorted by a gentleman, ladles will
not be admitted.
4. Masks will be removed at ll o'clock.
6. On the signal by the band, parties are re*
quired to take their places at tbe commencement
of every dance.
6. No tickets sold at the door.
7. Strict observance of the above mles will be
gOUTH OABOLINA SOCIET?.
The Anniversary Meeting of the Society will be
held at their Hall, on the second day of April, be?
ing Easter Tuesday. Tbe annual election for Offi?
cers will take place at the Hall; Polls open at 12
M. The Society will assemble at 2 P. M. for trans
action of bnslness. T. M. HASELL, Clerk.
[EXTRACT BULB XXII.]
If any member shall teglect to pay up his
arrears on the Anntveisary, his name shall be
publicly read by the Clerk at three subsequent
meetings arter said Anniversary, and ir his arrears
be not fully paid by the third reading he shall be
excluded tue Society._mch20-ths4 apr2
tailoring, irnrnisrjing ?cob3, Ut.
O RAPER AND TAILOR,
NO. 462 KING STREET,
Informs his patrons, end the public In general,
that he has received hie PKING AND SUMMER
GOODS, ana ls prepared to make Bults to the
Latest Fashions, uasslmeres, Broadcloths, and
different Summer Goods constantly on hand. Or?
ders promptly attended to. H. ROSEBROCK.
No. 141 KINO STREET,
WEST BIDE, A FBW DOORS NORTH OF QUEEN STREET,
Wonld respectfully inform bis friends that he
has Just returned from New York with a large
and well selected stock of the latest styles or
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
Also, a lull assortment or
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
CELEBRATED STAR SHIRTS.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
CHARLESTON, January 20,1872.
Tile attention of Depositors in the Savings De?
partment of this Company Ia particularly invited
to the great safety accompanying the Deposita of
Savings made in this Institution.
These Deposits are regarded by the Board or
Directors as a Special Trust, and are Invested
only In Bound and valuable Securities.
In addition to this careful investment, Deposi?
tors have, as a further security, the Capital ot 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 cash QUARTERLY, or passed to
credit and compounded. F. A MITCHELL,
JJOLY WEEK BOOBS,
ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC REPOSITORY,
From 75 cents to $2. mchl9-10
JJYMNAL OF THE OHUBCH.
We are prepared to furnish tbe "HYMNAL" at
the lowest introduction prices. A variety or
styles; prices from 40c, 00c, 76c, $1, and up.
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW CATALOGUE, No, 26.
LIFE AND TIMES OF REV. JOHN WESLEY, by
Tyerman, Vol. 1, $2 60.
A new supply or Bishop Huntington's Helps to
a Holy Lenr, $125
The Hidden i lie or the S ul, from the French,
by tne autuor of "A Dominican Artist," Ac, $1 ?0.
Truth and Trust, Lessons or the War; lour Ar?
dent .-ermous by Henry Alford, L>. D., $1.
Meditations on the Miracles or Christ, by Rev.
J. S. Howson, Dean or Chester, SI 60.
Legends or the Patriarchs and Prophets, by S.
Baring Quu.d, M. A,
Lamps, Pitchers and Tram-eta Lectures on the
Vocation or the Preacher, Illustrated by Aaec*
dotes, B.ographlcaL, Historical and Elucidatory,
or every O'der or Pulpit Eloquence, from t, e
Great Preachers or all ages, by ?. Paxton Hood,
two v. l?mes In one, $1 76.
"Hair Ti ut hs and Truth. Lectures on the Origin
and Development or Prevailing Forms of Un
belief, considered In relation to the nature and
claims or the Christian System, by Rev. J. M. Man?
ning. D. D., $2.
..christ is All," by the Rev. Henry Law, Dean
of Gloucester, or the Gospel of the Pentateuch,
viz : Geneais, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and
Deuteronomy, each $1.
Ministering Children and Sequel, by Mrs.
Charlesworth. Red Line Edition, beautifully Illus?
trai cd, ID one volume, small quarto, ti.
MacdufTs New Book, "Salut Paul in Rome,"
the Teachings. Fellowships, and Dying Testimony
or the Great Apostle In the City or the Cac sara, by
J. K. M ac du if, D. D., (1 26.
Sermons Tor Sunday Evenings, London Religi?
ous Tract Moclety, $l 50.
Bede's Charity, by Hesba Stretton, author or
"Max Kromer," "Alone in London," Ac, *1 50.
Public and Parlor Readings, Prose and Poetry,
for the use of Reading Clubs, Ac, by Monroe,
Science Record for 1872, a compendium or
Scientific Progress and Discovery duri, g the past
year, with Illustrations, edited by E. A. Beach,
H ear-Throbs of Eminent Authors, compiled by
Wm. Uardcastie Browne. A. M.. $1 50.
Tue Southern Poems or the War, collected and
arranged by Miss Emily V Mason, of Virginia, $2.
NEW NOVELS, Ac.
Lovels or Arden, by M. E. Braddon, 75c.
Kate Beaumont, by J. W. Deforest. 75c.
Two Family Mothers, by Marie Sophie schwartz,
How Will lt Endf by Heywood, $1 50.
More Iban She Could Bear, a Story or the
Gachup?n War in Texas, by Hesper Benbow,
Ought We to Visit Herr by Annie Thomas, $175.
The Sylvesters, by the author of "Kitty," Ac,
The American Baron, by James DeMi'.le, $1 50.
Poor Miss .-Inch. 50c.
Can the Old Love ? by Buddineton, 75c.
The High Mills, by the author cf "Gideon's
A L"ar lu i he Storm, by "Oulda," 50c
ta- New Novels and Light Literature received
by steamer every week.
49- Persons residing In the country will please
bear in mind that by sending their orders to us
tor any books published In America, they wm be
charged only the price of the book. We pay fox
the postage or express.
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 280 KING STREET (In the Bend,)
mcbi9-tuths Charlearon, S. 0. ,
?rormts, tiqtxrte, &t.
JypW CROP CUBA MOLASSES.
A few hhds. Choice CUBA MOLASSES, for sale
low while landing, by
STREET, BROTHERS A CO.,
mch2l-l - No. M East Bay.
200 bois. North Carolina TAM POTATOES, now
landing per schooner Sarah Webb, at Vander
horstM Wharf. Will be sold in lota to snit par
chasers at $2 per bbl.
Apply to Captain PIGGOTT, on board.
mch20-2 R. ROPER.
A Large Assortment of
FINE GLASSWARE, KEROSENE LAMPS
AND SHADES OF ALL KINDS.
Also, a Foil and Well-Selected Stock of
OROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Ac.
Choice S. C. HAMS, STRIPS and SHOULDERS
Extra Fulton Market Beer
No. 1 Mackerel
Choice Salmon and Halibut Flos
Extra Goshen Butter and Cheese
Sugars of all Grades
Raisins, Almonds, Figs, Carrants, Preserves, Ao.
I have on hand a FuU Stock of BRANDIES,
wines, Whiskey, Ac., which I am prepared to sell
at Wholesale o? Reta !.
Orders from the Country will receive prompt
attention, by addressing letter to Postofflce Key
Box No. 246.
All goods delivered to any portion or the city
tree or charge. D. FITZ GIBBON,
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets,
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IN U. 8. BONDED STORES.
A TOBIAS' SON8. No. 110 EAST BAT,
Offer for sale from U. S. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDY
varions vintages, la
_Cases of one dozen bottles each._
QHOICE WHITE MILLING CORN AND
FLOUR, LAN KINO THIS DAY.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay. offer for
sale Invoices Choice WHITE MILLING CORN and
Extra FLOUR, landing this day._
JJABMONY'S SHERRY WINE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale an invoice of Choice HARMONY'S PALE
SHERRY WINE._A. TOBIAS' SONS.
?JHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., Ko. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale an Invoice of Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di?
rect from Factory In Havana.
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 Hibben, or London, offer for sale Hibbert's
PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-plats and
QONG OP THE
ECONOMICAL HOUSEKEEPER 1
"Although all dealers say they sell
The very, very best,
Not any Tea, like WILSON'S,
Will stand a lasting test;
And I have ttled it long enough,
Upon a frugal plan,
To find lt ls the only Tea
To cheer up my good man."
TEAS ! TEAS ! TEAS 1
TEAS 1 TEAS 1 TEAS J.
TEAS I TEAS ! TEAS 1
TEAS I TEAS f TEAS 1
TEAS! TEAS 1 TEAS !
306 KING STREET.
306 KING STREET.
306 KING STREET.
306 KING STREET.
306 KING STREE r.
On hand and still arriving the largest and best
STOCK OF TEAS
Te be lound In
These TEAS are New Crop, received direct via
Isthmus to this
C I T Y I
We are offering TEAS at the following low
prices, owing to the anticipated decline m duties:
TEAS, Green and Black, sold'elsewhere at 60c.,
we sell at soc. per lb.
TEAS, Green and Black, sold elsewhere at 80c,
we sell at 60c. per lb.
GUNPOWDER, a nice article, sold elsewhere at
Si 26, we seU at $1.
We can and do offer a better TEA at $140 per
lb. than can be sold by otber dealers for 26:. a
pound advance. Our motto, "Quick sales and
small profits," bas placed us in the van among
the Grocers of Charleston, and we intend to keep
there. Our sales are Increasing, and we guaran?
tee the quail' y of our goods.
49- Remember I
NO. 30? KING STREET,
49? Is the place to buy your Teas. -??
JJ AMS, SIDES, COFFEE, &c.
?0 tierces CHOICE S. C. HAMS, Brands of
76 finds C. R. Bac n Sides and Shoulders
loo boxes D. S. C. R. Sides and Shoulders
i 50 sacks Cottee.
For sale low by
STEFFENS, WERNER A DUCKER.
JJED ASH COAL-' AFLOAT.
Red Ash. Grate and Stove COAL, free barning,
and ol' toe best quality, DOV landing and for sale
very low from tue vessel. *
H. F. BAKER A CO.,
meting_coal Tard, ournterlaad street. '
pRLME WHITE CORN IN BULK.
8000 basbels Prime Virginia and Nonn Carolina
CORN, ex-schooneis Flying Scud and Ranger.
For Bale by
mcu20-2 JNO, CAM PS EN A CO.
J^OBTH CAS0LIN? SEED BICE.
- bushels Heavy NORTH CAROLINA SEED
RICE. For sale by RAVENED A CO.
j^ALTl SALTI SALTI
800 sacks Liverpool SALT, now landing fron?
Bark windermere, for sale cheap from wharf im
iota to salt purchasers. s
Apply to HENRY CARD,
QOAL I GOAL 1 GOAL !
so tons Best SYDNEY COAL, in lots to salt par?
chasers, for sale cheap to close consignment.
Apply to HES RT GARD,
CELEBRATED "DIAMOND" HAMS.
Thin old reliable brand ls now In its'Thlrty-flrst
year. It has given satisfaction for the evenness'
and richness o? its curing. Its patrons are to be
found in all parts of our country; nor Ult on
known In the Canadas, England and France.
In ISM a First Premium was awarded byjhe
Ohio State Board of Agriculture ?for Ham cared
in 1840"-four years old I They are good, old or
new. Tels season's care ls considered very sa?
Sold by leading Grocers in principal cities,
AGON, FLOUR, Ac
Choice BACON O. B. AND SHOULDERS,
Choice Dry Salt Meats,
Barrel Pork, Fish,
Axle Grease, Ac, Ac
Choicest Brands WESTERN S. 0. HAMS, can
vassed. Also Breakfast Bacon constantly on
We invite purchasers to examine oar Stock.
ti MACQUEEN A RIECKS,
Nos. 21 and 23 Vendue Range
y?RY PBIME SEED RICE.
1000 bushels very Prime SEED RIOS, very pure,
and free of red. Apply to
J. R. PRINGLE A SON,
Jan27-atath_No. fl Adger's North Wharf.
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, & C., December 28,1871.
On and after SUNDAY, December 24, the Passen?
ger Tra?na on Ute Sooth carolina Railroad Will roo
Leave Charleston. 8.10 A M
Arrive at Angosta.4.25 p x
Leave Charleston. 8.io A lt
Arrive at Colombia.4.06 r x
Leave Angarta..'..7.4&A x
Arrive at charleston.a20 p v
Leave Columbia.7.40 A X
Arrive at Charleston. ASO r x
THROUGH WILMINGTON TRAIN.
i eave Augusta.8.00 A X
Arrive at Ringville.9.00 A X
Leave Kin g vii le..12.80 r x
Arrive at Angosta.6.80 r x
AUGUSTA NIGHT BXPBBS8.
Leave Charleston.8.80 v x
Arrive at Augusta.7.80 A X
Leave Augusta.8.00 p x
Arrive at Charleston.6.66 A X
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXFBE8S.
Leave Charleston.7.10 p x
Arrive at Colombia.0.80 A X
Leave Columbia.7.00 p X
Arrive at, Charleston. 7.00 A X
Leave Summerville at. 7.26 A X
AT-' - e at charleston at. 8.46 A X
Leave charleston at.8.30 p x
Arrive at bummervlile at.4.46 p x
Leave Camden..6.16 A X
Arrive at columbia.10.40 A X
Leave Columbia.1.46 r x
Arrive at Camden.6.25 P X
Day and Night Trains make close connections
at Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Central
Nlgr.t Train consects with Macon and Angosta
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and columbia Railroad, and with Charlotte Rjad
to points North.
Camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ex
cept Snodays) with Day Passenger Train, and1
runs through to Columbia.
A L. TYLER, vice-President.
& B. PICONS. G. T. A._Jania
OFFICE OF THE SAVANNAH AND
CHARLESTON, S. 0., November 22,1871.
on and after MOND?T. December the nth, tb?
Passenger Trains on this Road win ron as follows:
EXPRESS TRAIN. V
Leave Chariest >n dally. 3.25 P. M.
Arrive at savannah daily.9.16 P. M.
Leave Savannah dally.n.is P. M.
Arrive at Charleston dally.6.86 A. M.
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 8.15 A M.
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted. 4.16 P.M.
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted... 8.00 A M.
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exe'tcd. 4.05 P. M.
Freight forwarded dally on through bills of lad?
ing to points in Florida and by Savannah line of
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
freights for Beaufort and points on Port Royal
Railroad and at os low rates as by any other Une,
0. S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent.
S. 0. BOYLSTON, Uen'l Ft. and Ticket Agent.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
CHARLESTON, S. C., February ll, 1871.
Tralos wuT leave Charleston Dally at 6.80 A. M.
and 616 P. M.
Arrive at charleston 7.30 AM. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 2.30 P. M.
Train does not leave Charleston 5.16 P. M, SUN
Trail leaving 6.80 A. M makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acqula
Creek only, going through in 40 hours.
Passengers leaving by 6.15 P. M. Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Poramouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Tram lay over on SUNDAY in Bal?
timore. Tuoae leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN?
DAY tu Wilmington, N. 0.
Tnls ls the cheapest, quickest and mont pleasant
route to ( lnclnusti, Onicago and other pointa
West and Northwest, both Tralos making c innoc?
uous at Washington with Western trams of Balti?
more and chlo Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLEAPOR, General Ticket Agent.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF RICHLAND.-COUltT OF COM?
MUN PLEAS.-SALLIE P. McCOLLUM, Plaintiff,
against ROBERT McCOLLUM. Defendant.-Copy
Summons for Relief, complaint not served.-Ip
the Defendant, ROBERT MCCULLUM: Yon are
hereby summoned and required to answer the
complaint In this action, which ls flied In the office
of the Clerk of Common Pitas, for the said coun?
ty, aud to serve a copy of your ans * er to the
said complaint on the auoscrluers at their office,
at Columbia, within twenty days alter the service
hereof, exclusive of the day ol such -service; and
if you lall to answer the complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plain in in mis action will ap?
ply to tne court for the reUef demanded la the
Dated February 17, 1872.
MONTEITH & BAUSKETT,
par BATCHELOB'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
superb Hair Dye ls the best la the world. Per?
fectly harmless, reliable and instantaneous. No
disappointment. No ridiculous tints, or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine W. A Batchelors Hair
Dye produces immediately a splendid buick or
natural brown. Does not stain the skin, bat
leaves the bair clean, soft and beautiful. The
only safe and perfect Dye. Sold by all druggists.
Factory 16 Bond street, New York.
?ef ON MABB1A6E.
Happy reUef for Yonng Men from the effects
of Errors and Abuses la early life. Manhood re?
stored. Nervous debility cured. Impedimenta
to Marriage removed. New method of treat
meat. New and remarkable remedies. B?oks
and circulars sent free, la sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. cooa