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f CITY AFFAIRS
49-Ur. WILLIAM E. SIMMONS, Jr., is tbe
travelling agent for THE NEWS, fer Sooth
Meetings Thia Day.
Union Kilwinning Lodge, at hall-past 7
Germania Lodge, K. P., at 8 P. M.
Stonewall Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Cleburne Society, at 8 P. M.
Auction sales Tnla Day.
Samuel C. Black will sell at ll o'clock, near
the Postofflce, City Ballway steck:.
J. Fraser Mathewes will Bell at ll o'clock, at
the Postofflce, real estate.
B. M. Marshall A Bro. will sell at ll o'clock,'
at tbe Postofflce, real estate.
Leitch A Bruns will sell at ll o'clock, at
their office, chromos and oil paintings.
P. B. Lalane A Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at
their store, chestnuts, butter,-Ac.
J. G. Milnor A Co. will Eell at hall-past 10
o'clock, at the.'r store, dry goods, clothing and
Laurey, Alexander A Co. will Bell at 10
o'clock, at their store, potatoes and nails.
Wm. McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at No. -
East Bay, south of Postofflce, Brahma fowls,
singing birds, Ac
GREEN PEAS.-The first green peas of the
season noticed In oar market, were to be
Been yesterday at Noisette's stall. They were
of Florida grow th, and had just arrived.
COTTON FOR GREAT BRITAIN.-The British
bark Sarah M. Smith for Liverpool, was clear?
ed yesterday by Mr. Henry Card, with 115 bags
sea Island cotton, 2566 bales upland co1 ton,
146 barrels rosin, and 200 tons phosphate
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.-The Sisters of Mercy, I
Queen street, gratefully acknowledge, through 1
Bev. Dr. Moore, the receipt of fitty-etght dol?
lars and fifty cents, contributed by a member
of St. Patrick's Benevolent Society, on St. 1
Patrick's day, for the benefit of the orphan
girls under their care. j
BEAL ESTATE SALES.-A tract of land In the 11
Parish of St James Goose Creek, to the north
of Foster's Creek and on the road leading from
Goose Creek Bridge to Monck'a Corner, was <
sold yesterday morning at auction, by Holmes I
A Macbeth, lor $600. One-third cash, and the I,
balance in one and two years.
THE STEVEDORE BUSINESS.-Nineteen men
were reported yesterday morning by the de- j
tectives on the charge of doing business as I :
stevedores without taking out the license re- 11
quired by ordinance. These will appear be-1 ]
N lore the recorder this morning, when the Bte- ,
vedore question will receive a thorough lo-11
A CASE OF SHOES.-Samuel Smalls and John I !
Parker, draymen, were brought before Ti lal I,
Justice O. B. Levy yesterday morning on the
charge of stealing a case of shoes valued at j
eighty dollars from the South Carolina Bail- j
road Depot. They pleaded gully, and lu de- j ]
fault of ball were sent to Jail to await their jj
trial at the next court.
VALUABLE FOREIGN CAROO.-The first-class j
American ship Eddystone,Captain Park, was :
cleared for Liverpool yesterday, by Messrs. J. 1
A. Enslow A Co., with one of the most valus- j
ble cargoes of thc season; say 2844 bales up?
land cotton, weighing 1,254,494 pounds, valne I
$281,961; 163 bags sea island cotton, weighing I
49,647 pounds, value $34,200; 1018 barrels ros
in, value $6935._ _ j ?
THE AftRfctiH IN CHESTER COUNTY.-"We I <
learn from private sources that the arrests of <
persons suspected of Ku-KIuxism In Chester
County continues. Seventeen prisoners are I <
now In Jail. Among those arrested was the I <
Bon of Mr. Leckie, the assistant cashier of the
Chester National Bank. The renewal of the
arrests hos caused great uneasiness, and .
seriously interferes with all mercantile and 11
agricultural operations In the county. I j
CONTEMPT OP COURT.-Hector Gardener, a ?
thin-looking colored youth, arrested on the I \
charge of robbing hen-roosts and sent to a i
trial justice by the Mayor for examination, <
dodged the constable who had him in charge ]
and quietly made his escape yesterday from I \
the court of the trial Justice. Hector has ac?
complished this feat once already, and seems I
toTiave his eyes open always for the chances. :
He has not been recaptured. I
LOCK THE FRONT DOOR.-On Tuesday night ,
a delegation from the kleptomanie associa- |
tlon of this city paid a flying visit to the res 1 - ,
dence of a gentleman at the corner ot Lynch ,
and Wentworth streets. Effecting a stealthy I (
entrance through the street door, they carried I (
off all the hats and great-coats within reach, I .
and got off without giving any alarm. The (
thelt was not discovered until the gentlemen I,
started to go out next morning. They paid i
their first visit to a hat store. ,
KINO'S MOUNTAIN BAILROAD.-The expected ;
sale at auction, by Mr. H. H. DeLeon, of the '
King's Mountain Bailroad, did not take place
yesterday, the property having been with?
drawn by the trustees, Messrs. Wagner and
Coward. at the instance of the bondholders in
whose interest the mortgage upon the road I
has been foreclosed. We learn, however, that I
a syndicate composed of citizens of York vi 'le .
and Chester have become the owners of the j,
road. - ; i
TRANSPLANTED.-Christian Sanders, the well 11
known florist and nurseryman on the Meet-1,
ins-street Road, died at his residence, yes ter
day morning. He was a native of ?Hamburg, 1j
Germany, and followed his profession from
boyhood. For over twenty years, he has re-1,
sicked in this State; first In Sumter, and, since ;
the war, at his old stand on the Meeting-street
Bead. Like one of his favorite cuttings, he :
has been transplanted at the first breath of
spring, and will quicken into new life amid
the blessed dews of Heaven. j
CLUBS AND STARS.-Hector Gardiner, ar?
rested on suspicion of stealing poultry from
various places, was turned over to a trial Jus-1
Ann Heyward, lodged for being drunk and j -
disorderly in Elliott street, was fined one dol- j j
lar, with an alternative of ten days in the I -
House of Correction. I '
A mule, cow and goat, found astray on the J 1
streets, cost each of their respective owners 11
one dollar to regain his property.
CRUMBS.-The new organ In the Synagogue 11
will be tested this afternoon.
The German Ladles' Society will meet this I ]
evening at Llndstedi's Hall. I
The sale of fine chromos and oil paintings 1
by Messrs. W. Y. Leitch A B. S. Brune, at No. 1
35 Broad Btreet, will be continued to-day, af- .
fording another opportunity for securing i
works of art at low prices. 1
The weather yesterday was as charming as i
could be desired, and the infallible weather i
prophets at Washington are kind enough to <
promise a continuance of the same. ]
The bell In St. Michael's steeple, which has i
hjeretofore been rung at seven and nine o'clock I
every evening, will hereafter be rung at eight 1
and ten o'clock. i
THE DEDICATION OF THE NEW GER?
Programme ot the C?r?monie* of tbe
Tbe elegant sacred edifice on King street,
just completed for St. Matthew's German Lu?
theran Church, is to be dedicated next Thurs?
day morning, 28th Instant, and the following
Is announced as the programme for the occa?
1. Presentation of the key by the architect
io the old church at 9 A. M.
2. Exit from the old church, with prayer by
Rev. L. Muller, and Hymn No. 344 (congrega?
3. Tbe procession mores at 10 A. M. At the
door of the new church lt opens to the right
and lelt, and marches up Inverted, headed by
the Lutheran ministers, vestry, Ac, the third
Lutheran congregation closing the same.
Upon the door being opened, the children in
the procession go up to the galleries, then the
procession marching up the malu aisle.
4. Dedication ceremonies by the pastor.
Lutheran ministers, vestry, congregation and
choir asslstlBg; then Hymn 247, "Ein feste
Burg ist unser Gott."
6. Dedication sermon by Rev. L. Muller.
6. Prayer by Rev. Dr. J. Bachman.
7. Address by Rev. W. 8. Bowman, presi?
dent of Lutheran Synod.
8. Interludes and choir, "Praise, O Jerusa?
lem, the Lord," Ac, during which a collection
will be taken up for the benefit ot the church.
9. Concluding prayer by Rev. Mr. Dosh.
10. Concluding hymn, No. 5, '-Now, praise
ye ali the Lord," Ac, (all standing up.)
under guidance of Messrs. D. Werner, A. Mel
chers, J. Small and G. Blecke, will be formed
at nine A. M., in Hasel street, fronting on
Meeting street, In the following order:
1. Children and Teachers of the German
Schools and Sunday-schools, (south side of j
HQ S Pl str?tH )
2. German Societies, (north Bide of Hasel
street,) viz : Wagener Artillery Club, Germa?
nia Bund, German Society ol South
Turner Bund, Walhalla Lodge, Germania Lodge
E. of P., Schiller Lodge, Artillerie Unterst?t?
zung Verein, Bruederllche Bund, Freund
scbaftsbund, Sch?tzen Society, German Fire
Company, German Fusilier Society, German
3. Members of the Press.
4. Captains and Crews ol German Vessels In
5. Consul and attaches of Consulate of Ger?
6. Mayor and Council of Charleston.
7. Vestry of the two English Lutheran
Churches, (Bachman's and Bowman's.)
8. The Reverend the Clergy of other De?
9. Building Committee and Builders of the
10. Vestry of the German Lutheran Church.
IL Pastor of the Church, Officers of Luth?
eran Synod and other Lutheran Ministers.
12. The three Lutheran Congregations
Bachman's, Bowman's and German Church.
The above named societies, corporations,
Ac, Ac, are hereby cord', illy Invited to par?
ticipate in the festivities, 'o assemble irr their
respective places of meeting, and to report In
[root or in the old church, In Hasel street, at
nine o'clock Thursday morning, March 28,
where they will be received and placed In
position, by Messrs. Werner, Melchers, Small
The Reverend the clergy of the various
churches of the city, or from abroad, are also
most cordially invited to participate. The
Rev. L. Muller will receive them at the old
The ladles will be received on cards of ad?
mission, at tho uew church, at nine o'clock A.
by the following committee: F. Melchers,
3. Logemann, C. J. Schlepegrell. J. D. Zerbst,
S. Steenken, M. J. H. Ostendorff, L. Muller,
A. F. C. Cramer. E. Waltjen, H. Pauls, J. H.
3. Seebeck, F. D C. Kracke, J. H. Haesloop,
I. H. Ostendorff, F. von Santen, C. Plenge, H.
Bollmann. H. Gerdts. A. Stemniermann, J. F.
Ficken, H. Bischoff, J. C. W. Bischoff; H.
Statte, J. Klatte. C. Sahlmao, C. G. Ducker,
3. Llllenthal, G. W Steffens, C. L. Kornah
rena, D. A. Amme, W. Knobeloch, Jr., F. W.
?tender, A. W. Riecke.
L. MULLER, Pastor ol Congregation
C. VOIGT. ChalrmaD,
WM. UFFERUARDT. Secretary,
Committee of Arrangements.
The corporation of the church have, passed
1 resolullocrequesllilg all Germans I'> cloe?
:heir places of business on the day of che dedi?
cation of the church.
The members of the committee on the dedi?
cation ceremonies will meet at the
church on Sunday afternoon.
A SOLEMN* SCENE.-The remains of the late
Dr. J. E. Holbrook arrived in Charleston from
:he North on Tuesday, and yesterday they
rvere taken up to Magnolia and Interred in the
amlly burying lot. The Rev. C. C. Pinckney
performed the set vices at the grave, around
which were gathered the family end many
rienda of the deceased, among whom were
Commodore Ingraham, Colonel B. H. Rut
edge, Mr. Croft, and Dre. Peter Porcher, Jer?
sey, Wragg, Raoul, Ogler and Ellas Horlbeck.
BIRD'S-EYE VIEW OF CHARLESTON.-Mr. C.
Drle, artist and topographer, has Just com?
pleted a large bird's-eye view of the City of j
Charleston, which he ls about to have litho?
graphed for sale. The picture ls thirty-four
jy twenty-two Inches lu size, and is very
creditable as a work of art; but its principal
recommendation 1B its usefulness as a guide
:o the city, and the marvellous accuracy of Its
?xecution. Every house ta the city ls de?
picted, and with such fidelity that any resident
3f Charleston can readily pick out his own,
while the streets, wharves, railroads, public
buildings, Ac, are all presented with equal
drill. Altogether, the picture, for which Mr.
Drle is now obtaining subscriptions, Is an ar?
ticle of great merit and utility, and should
have an extensive sale.
A MYSTERIOUS MURDER.-The murder of a
young lad named MacDaniel by a negro man,
which was perpetrated last Tuesday, near the
Alteen mile post on the Georgia Railroad, ls
reported from Augusta. The murderer escaped,
and but few details of the crime have been re?
ceived. It appears that a Mr. MacDuniel owns
a mill on the Georgia Railroad, and Tuesday
afternoon, about one o'clock, his son, a young
man fifteen years old, entered the mill. There
was in the building at the time only a negro
man, whose name is not given. What passed
between the parties ls not known, but In a
few minutes the report of a pistol was heard.
Parties entering the mill found MacDaniel shot
through the breast and In a dying condition.
He had been shot by the negro, and the latter
had made his escape. Young MacDaniel
lived only for a few minutes. Parties Imme?
diately started In pursuit of the murderer, and
he was traced to a point three miles from Au
guBta, but there the clue was lost.
A PROMISISG THIEF.-Wm. Fraser, a colored
lad, was brought before Trial Justice Magrath
Festerday morning charged with stealing a
mule from an old man named Andrew at Mt.
Pleasant. The evidence showed that the two
same to Mt. Pleasant, Andrew on his mule
ind Fraser walking, and that the old man
altched his mule In front of Mr. Witt chen's
.tore and went in. Fraser had been watch?
ing the mule, and now unable to resist the
,'emplation Jumped on ?nd rode off, leaving
Andrew blissfully unconscious of his loss.
Fraser lound the mule poor, and borrowed a
laddie from Geo. Kinloch, a colored mao.
[n this way he arrived at Calnhoy village,
where he drove a stamping trade with one
fames Weathers, and sold him the mule and
saddle. Not content with this the futile
Fraser soon after returned and borrowed the
said saddle from Weathers and sold lt to
mother colored man named Billy. The track
sf the thief unwound itself, and all of the de?
luded victims were present at the examina?
tion. Fraser could only smile a faint denial of |
Ibis mass ol testimony. He was committed
In delault of Ave hundred dollars hall ior trial
Bkt the next court.
THE COURTS YESTERDAY.
United States District Court.
In the United States District Court before
Judge Bryan the arguments ol counsel In tbe
case of Farmer TS. Sanders were concluded,
and the case was left to the jury. After a
short absence, they rendered a verdict as fol?
lows: First count, for the plaintiff for twenty
one hundred dollar.', with Interest from April,
1859; second and third counts, defendant
guilty; fourth count, not guilty.
The Issue was male up on the petition of C.
B. Farmer for the involuntary bankruptcy of |
Charles Sanders, both of Colle ten County.
The State Circuit Court.
In the State Circuit Court before Judge
Graham the case of Wagener vs. Hunt ?
Brothers was taken up and heard to the hour
The following cases are fixed for trial to-day:
The Bank of Charleston vs. L. D. Childs; Robt.
A. Jones vs. the Northeastern Railroad Com?
pany; Marzyck A Duenslng vs. the Georgia |
Home Insurance Company; Wm. Preston
Dowling vs. James G. Padget; E. Gooding vs.
J. A. Qtiackenbush; Caroline L. Miller vs.
Charles H. Simonton; Thomas Rivers, admin?
istrator, vs. the Charleston Mining and Manu- j
facturlng Company; James M. Allen vs. Rich
ard H. Cain; Peter Eornahrens vs. C. L.
Eornabrene; S. S. Solomons vs. B. Schur.
DESIRABLE INVESTMENTS.-Attention is in?
vited to the Bale of a number of loi s on Com?
ing street and Burns lane, and of "Cromwell's
Terrace," by J. Fraser Mathewes this morn?
ing. The property consists of building lots
and small dwellings, and of the most desirable
description for permanent Investments.
TUB WAGENER ARTILLERY BALL.-The first
ball of the Wagener Artillery Club came off
last night at the Concert Hall of the Academy
of Music, and as was anticipated proved a
most brilliant affair. The fine hall was hand?
somely draped with the United 8tates and
German colors, which with the various mili?
tary uniform of the clubs represented gave a |
martial and distinguished air to the scene.
The dark blue uniform of the hosts, trimmed
with red, mingled harmoniously with the
lighter colors worn by the ladies as the com?
pany moved gracefully through the figures
of the dance. Muller's band was there with
Its fine dance music, and quadrilles, polkas,
redowas, Ac, followed each other in pleasing
succession, until the small hours of morning
drew on apace. The ball was a very hand?
some one, and was conducted with a courtesy
and propriety which reflect great credit upon
the gallant hosts.
IMPORTANT TO RICE PLANTERS.-The trial of
the new cylindrical rice cleaner, Invented
and patented by Mr. D. L. Geer, ol Lake City,
Florida, took place yesterday afternoon, at I
hall-past two o'clock, at the machine shops of | '
John F. Taylor A Co., where lt was built.
Quite a number of our rice men were present,
and the machine acquitted Itself to the sur?
prise and satisfaction of every one. The
cylinder was filed with about three and a
half bushels of rough rice, the machine was
started, and notwithstanding the casting of
the belt, and the disadvantages attending a
first trial, it turned out the clean rice in thirty
minutes. The same work done by pestles
driven in the usual manner would ve taken
'.rom one hour and twenty minutes to one'
hour and thirty minutes. The machine can be
made with a cylinder of from one to ten bush?
el capacity, and can be worked like a colton
gin by steam, water or animal power. They
will coat probably from fifty to seventy-five
dollars. The patentee ls about to make ar?
rangements for the construction and sale of
these machines In this city. The invention ls
simple and ingenious, and deserves lhe atten?
tion of all farmers and rice planters.
NEW, FRESH AND DESIRABLE SPRING GOODS,
at A. R. Stillman's Dry Goods House, No. 281
King street, fourth door below Wentworth.
AN ELEGANT assortment ot Sewing Silks at
85 cents per dozen. Also, the best Machine
Colton in the world, namely, John Clarke, Jr.,
ACo.'s. We would invite attention to the
above at Singer Sewing Machine office.
DRESS GOODS.-Dress Goods lor this season
In Plaids, Stripes, Figured and Chene, at A.
B. Stillman's, No. 281 King street.
FORCHQOTT, BENEDICT & Co. advertise this
day the receipt of their first shipment of
Spring Goods. The latest styles of Spring
Dross Goods can be examined at their store,
No. 244 King street. feb29
WHITE PIQUES at 26 cents, Figured and
Striped, fresh and excellent quality, at A. R.
Stillman's, No. 281 King street.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co. have received
the first shipment of Spring Cloths for Gents'
wear from 75 cents up. Tailors will And lt to
their advantage to examine the goods.
25 CENT DRESS GOODS, every variety and
style, at A. R. Stillman's, No. 281 King street.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO. most cordially
Invite the Ladies of this city to give them a
call and examine the first shipment of Spring
Dress Goods. Also the fine assortment of new
Carpets as reduced; prices lrom 40 cents to $1.
BLACK ALPACAS.-This ttock is very com?
plete and prices very reasonable, at A. R.
Stillman's, No. 281 King street
NOTICE TO TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views of |
Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
street Bazaar. dec29
CROQUET ! CROQUET !-The cheapest in the
city. Price $4. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
WITHOUT regard to the advance in prices of
Dry Goods, bargains caa still be had at A. R.
Stillman's Dry Goods House, No. 281 King
street, fourth door below Wentworth.
CHEILLEY'S PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair j
warranted. These Gloves will be taken back
even after wear, for any imperfections, such as ,
tearing or ripping.
"Paris, 20 Rue de la Paix.
London, 53 Regent street.
New York, 929 Broadway.
BostoD, 9 Temple Place.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co., sole Agents
for Charleston. nov3-6mos
TESTED BT TIME.-For Throat Diseases,
Colds and Coughs, "Brown's Bronchial Tro?
ches" have proved their efficacy by a test of
many years. mchl9-tuths3'
SOME REASONS WHY TUE SINGER SEWING
MACHINE IS THE BEST IN TUE WORLD.-1st.
Because it will do both light and heavy work ; J
2d. Because it never gets out of order ; 3d.
Because it is the simplest In the world ; 4th.
Because any child ten years of age can operate
it with ease. Office, King street.
MARK YOUR CLOTHING!-Order your Stencil
Plates at the Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Room. octl4-th
GAMES ! GAMES ?-Magic Hoops, Building
Blocks, Alphabet Blocks. HASSL STREET BA?
JjJEGULAB LINE LIVERPOOL AND
Tue undersigned lave now four Barks of
light draft, in addition to the VINCO, airea-gP
dy weil known in the trade, which they propose
to rna regularly between the above ports, leaving
Liverpool every month or oftener li eufficleot
Freight offers; and lt ls earnestly reques ed that
importers will order their Goods shipped direct
by this line, thereby saving extra Freight and
other expenses now paid on Goods via New York,
and also increase the commerce and prosperity
of oar port. All orders sent to the principals tn
Llverp ol will be carefully attended to and exe?
cuted on the most favorable terms.
For foll particulars apply to
Messrs. JOHN S. DBWOLEA CO.,
OT HENRY CARD,
Jan23-tuths2moB_Charleston S. C.,
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE CITIES OF THE N0BTHWE8T,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The fine Steamship MARYLAND, Johnson Com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, on THURSDAY,
March 21st, at S o'clock P. M.
49T Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional losnrance, and Consignees are allowed am?
ple time to tampia and sell their Goods from the
Railroad Depot in Philadelphia
For freight or Passage apply to
PAUL 0. TRENHOLM, Agent,
mchlO-8 No. 2 Union Wharves.
OR NEW YORK.
ON THURSDAY, MARCH 21ST, AT 5
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870
STATE-BOOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Side Wheel Steamship
GEORGIA, Crowell. Commander, will sall for
New York on THOBSDAT, March 2tsr, at 6 o'clock
P. M., from Pier No. 2 Ualon Wharves.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool by
WILLIAMS A GUION STEAM LINE. To Genoa,
Trieste. Naples, Leghorn, Christi mia. Gutten
Ourir. an I to Gla-gow. by ANCHOR LINE STEAM?
SHIPS. To New England Cities as usual.
Insurance b / Steamers of this Line y. percent.
Far Freight or Passage Engagement*, having
irery fine Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAG EN ER, HUGER ? CO.. No 28 Broad street,
?r to Wit A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves
T1HE PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAM
THE FIRST-GLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
G. w. CLYDE, Captain Hunter.
GULF STREAM, Captain Hinckley,
Are now regularly on the Line, insuring a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all points in the Cotton States, and
to and from Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen
ta- The GEORGE W. CLYDE ls appointed to
Ball from Union wharves on SATCKDAY, March
23d, at 2 o'clock P. M.
?-The GOLF STREAM Will follow.
For particulars of Freight arrangements, apply
m WM A. ni ID KTonai, union Wharves
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, Tib. vt
Sonth Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
pAOIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers or the above line leave Pler^fiMfc,
No. 42, North River, foot of CanalSMflBB
street. New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of me linn
and 80th of every month except when these
dates fall on Sun/lay, then the sat urda v preceding.
Alt departures connect at Panama with steam?
ers for South Pacido and Central Arru rican ports.
Departure of 16th touches at Kingston, Jamaica,
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt falls on
Sunday; then on the day preceding.
Ko California steamers touch at Havana, bat go
direct from New York to Aspinwall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medi?me and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other Information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
root of Canal street, North River, New York.
Jolv28-lyr F. R. BABY. Agent.
VIA SAVANNAH, TWICE A WEEK.
?The splendid Steamers
CITY POINT.Captain MCMILLAN
WILL SAIL AS FOLLOWS :
The DICTATOR will leave Charleston every
TDBSDAV EVENING, at 8 o'clock,
The CITY POINT every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
These Steamers connect with railroad at Tocol
for St. Augustine, and at Jacksonville with
steamer Starlight ror Mellon ville, Enterprise, and
all landings on upper St. Johns; and at Palatka
with steamers lor the Oklawaba River.
Close connection ls made with steamships
at Cedar Keys ror New Orleans and Havana, and
inlppers can rely on no detent iou of freights to
New Orleans, and at lowest rates.
For Freight or Passage, having first-class aa
commodationB, apply to
KA VENE L A CO., Agents,
Corner Vanderhorst's wharf and Fast Bay.
Through Bills of Lading given to New Orleans
These Steamers connect at Savannah with
Steamer San Antonio for Darten, Brunswick,
Satllia River, and all Intermediate landings
Freights for these pom ts most be prepaid here.
Sljirts ano iFurnisijing ?0000.
I LATEST NOVELTY.
Made to order of Best Materlsls, and
WARRANTED TO FIX.
Sent by Express, C. O. D. to any part of the
country. Direction* for measurement sent on
STAR SHIRT EHPORIUM,
Opposite the Market.
EJroris at iUljolMOU.
DKTJGrS, MEDICINES, &c.
DO WI E, M Ol S E St, DAV I S,
IMPORTERS, MAYCFACTrRK (LS AND
CHARLESTON, S. Gi
We beg to call the attention or Droughts, Physicians and Conntry Merchants to oor large and
complete Mock of all Goods usnaily kept In a FIRST-CLASS WHOLESALE DRUG WARE?
HOUSE. VTe are Agents for the following houses, whose articles we offer at Proprietors' prices, and
solicit orders for them and otu :r Qoods tn oar line:
Jno. Wyeth A Bro., of Philadelphia-Elegant Pharmaceutical Preparations: Beef Wine and Iron,
"Tasteless Cod Liver Oil," Pepsin. Bibmuth and strychnine, Ac, Ac.
Dance Bros. A White, of Phiradelpbla- Standard Solid and Finid Extracts and Sngar-Coated Pills.
B. Keith ? Co., of New York-Reliable Concentrated Tinctures and Powders.
Chas. Torchon, of Paris-Goyot's Solution of Tar, Labarraque'a Wine of Quinine, Belloo's Medicated
Charcoal Powder and Lozenges.
Grim ault A Co., or Paris-syrup of the Hypopbosphate Lime, Guaran?, Ac.
Llebig's Texan Extract Beer.
Excelsior spring Saratoga Water.
Long's Portable Soda Fountain-all complete In one Sllver-Plated Draw Stand. The cheapest and
mest economical and easily managed Soda Fountain In the world. Expressly railed io Small
Country Drug Stores, Confectionery Establishments, Ac, Ac. Send for Descriptive Circular
Patent Spring show cases-Walaut and Metal Frames-4, 6, S, 7 ands feet, always on hand.
Mixed PalntB, all colors, reidy for use, In cans of from one to five pounds. A very desirable article.
we are Proprietors or the following, which we offer with confidence as being equal to any simi?
lar Preparations in the market:
Sumter Bittters-The Great Southern Tonic. Moise's Fever and Ague Pills-Warranted to Care.
Moise's Liver Pills-Purely Vegetable. Moise's Popular White Worm Candy.
Moise's Horse, Hog and Cattle Powders. Moise's Mornlogatar feast or Baking Powders.
feb29 CAw8mos Samples Furnished Free of Charge.
Dro (goods, Ut.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT !
GRAND ODPETVI1XG OE
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 344 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
We are offering a fine and fresh selected Stock of new
Spring and Summer Goods at unusually low figures, and
Invite the public most respectfully to examine cur Goods
before purchasing elsewhere.
10 PIECES GROS GRAIN BLACK SILK, at fl 35,
worth fl 60
io pieces Gros Grain Black Silk, at $1 SO, worth
10 pieces Groe Grain Black Stlk, at $1 87, worth
is pieces Gros Grain Black Silk, at $2, np to
io pieces of assorted colors of Silk, only $160
A fall line of Japanese and Tar ten Silks, In
plain, figured, dotted, striped and check?
ed, from 85 cents to $126
100 Silk Poplin Dresses, at $8 60 each
A One selection of Llama Lace Shawls
26 cases of the best selected Steck of Dress
Goods, (samplesgiven,) from 20 to 60 cents
2 cases Buff Lawn, 4-4 wide, at only 16 cents
8 cases colored Lawn, 4-4 wide, noe stjl.es, at
1 case French Percales, a Une stylo, 20 to 26
20 pieces Black Alpaca, at 26 cents, worth so
20 pieces Black Alpaca, at 40 cents, worth 60
20 pieces Black Alpaca, at 60 cents, worth 00
Special attention ia requested to the Inst
60 pieces Black Alpacas, from 60 cents to $l 60
A foil line of Black Crepe Cloth, Henrietta
Olotb, Bombazine, at very reasonable
2 cases 3-4 Bleached Shirting, at 10 cents
6 cases 4 4 Bleached Shirting, at 12>tf, 16,16,18,
8 CBMS10-4 BLEACHED SHEETING, 40.tO46
l case 10-4 Brown Sheeting, at 87. oents, worth
1 case PUlowcaslng, at 22# cents
5 cases 6 4 Bleached Linen Damask, at 75
cents, worth $1
locases 8-4 Bleached Linen Damask, at 86
cents to $t 26
100 dozen Linen Doylies, at 76 cents
60 dozen Linen Napkins, at $i 26
400 dozen Linen Towels, from si np
200 pieces Swiss Maslin, from n% to 60cents
200 pieces Cambric NalEBOoks
200 pieces striped and checked Cambric, from 16
to 30 cents
loo pieces Victoria and Bishop LawnB
French SWISB Tarletans, at very low fla ur ea
uar io cen i, na rs em es are tue rm est in the
200 pieces plain, dotted, figured and striped
Piques and Marseilles, from 20 to 60 cents
2000 pieces Mosquito Netting, only 76 cents
100 dozen Imported Corsets, only 75 cants
60 dozen Imported Corsets, better quality, from
soo Honeycomb and Allendale Quilts, only $160
200 dozen Ladles and Gents' Linea Handker?
chiefs, very low
40 pieces Spring Oasstmeres, from $1 ap
A foll selection of Spring Ribbons, all shades,
widths and colors
A complete stock of Hosiery, Notions and
Fancy Qoods constantly on band.
OUR CARPET DEPARTMENT
Fifty pieces Crossly Brussels, at $150, and 50 Bolls All
Wool Carpets, from 50o" to 75c, worth $1; 200 Bolls of 4-4
and 5-4 White and Check Matting.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
mchl2 NO. 344 KEVG STREET, CHARLESTON, g. C.
Elm FRANK COE'S
AMMONIATED BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE,
AND COE'S PURE DISSOLVED BONE.
The above superior FERTILIZERS, admitted by every Planter who has used them to be the best
and most profitable of any of the Commercial Manures, are now offered for sale by the Agents at very
much Reduced Prices, in order that every Planter may be enabled to use them.
Pamphlets containing the reports of the success of these Fertilizers will be furnished on appli?
cation to the Agents.
The Phosphate ls sold at $4-8 per ton cash, or $58 per ton payable 1st November, 1872, free of
The Dissolved Bone at 950 per ton cash, or SSS per ton payable 1st November, 1872, free of
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., Sole Agents,
dec8-4m08 ' BROWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
This FERTILIZER, manufactured by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES OOMPANY, ander the dlreo |
tlon of their Chemist, Dr. ST. JULIEN RAVENEL, ts now offered to the Planting Community AT
rBT> VERY REDUCED PRICE OF S48 PER TON GASH, or 953 PAYABLE 1ST NOVEMBER, 1872,
FREE OF INTEREST.
This FERTILIZER has been very extensively used in this State, and has given entire sat isfaction ;
?ome at the must practical planters admitting lt to be equal to Peruvian Guano, pound for pound.
AU sales made uow will be considered as cash OB the 1st of March, 1872, and to those buying on
time the sale will be considered as dne on 1st November. 1872.
By this arrangement planters will be enabled, without extra cost, to baal their Manure at a
time when their wagons and mules are idle.
Pamphlets containing the certificates of those who have used the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE will be
furnished on application to the Agents.
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents,
decS-tmOB BROWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. O.
?A LL, BLACK A CO.,
NOB. 666 and 667 BROADWAT, N. T.,
LARGEST IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND
AND ALL KINES OP
At the Lowest Prices.
LIVE AND LEARN, DIE AND
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
No. 369 KING STREET.
Dyes and Cleans by means of steam, Gentle
men's Ladles and Children's Clothes. Fine Laces
and Lace Curtains cleaned and done up with the
Soft or Manufacturers' Finish; Lace and Crape
Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and Dyed.
jar- Goods received and returned by Express.
Jun22-lyr L BILLER, Proprietor.
I^URNTTUBE REPAIRED AND RENO
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By J. L. LUNSFORD,
febs smith Street, north of Wentworth.
By PAUL H. LAL?JO A CO. . '
tl/ILL BB SOLD THIS PAYAT HALF
Yf PAST 0 o'clock, before-our Store, No. 171
East Bt j,
. 6 barren CHESTNUTS . . ?(? 4l
10 tabs Goshen Batter
10 barrels Flss Feet (Pickled;
. 5 boxes u. S. Be Iles .rr ,;L
2 h rids. s. c. Breast Pieces . .
Wrapping Paper, Strips, Pig Shoulders
Soap. 8 ta roh. Lard, Ac. ll
Bf LAUKEY, ALEXANDER & CO. ?
THIS DAT, 21st Inst., will be sold before our
store, at io o'clock.
160 bbls POTATOES, "Prince Alberts and Plat
20 kegs NAILS-assorted. ,
Conditions cash. ' . mctM .
By W1XLIAM McKAY.
FANCY FOWLS, BIRDS, BABBITS, ?X.
THIS DAT, at IO o'clock, ac No. -, east
side of East Bay, a few doors sooth of Postofflce,
will be sold, _
A collection of BRAHMA FOWLS, Singing
Birds, Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, and a large collec
tlon of sundries _ moan .;
By JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
CLOTHING, DEY GO?D3 AND HATS.
THIS DAY, 21st Instant, at hair past 10
o'clock, we wilt sell at our >tjrc No. 136 Meeting
street, fancy and Brown' Linen' DRILL and
Ooatlng Linens, Fancy Oottonades, Light Printed
MeltocJ, Kentucky Jeans, Bleached and Brown;
Shirting, Blue Denims, Fancy Prints, Ticking
Bine Drills, White Pique, Verona Head HandkKr*
chiefs, Lawn and Mourning silk Pocket Handker?
chiefs. Also, an In?, leeor desirable CLOTHING
and Wool Hats, Ac. conditions cash. ? menai
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
CLOSING SALE OF OIL PAINTINGS
Will be sold THIS DAY. Slst lnatant, at oar
Office, No. 83 Broad street, at ll o'clock,
A choice assortment or For, tgn and Am**1*T
OHROMoS AND OIL PAINTINGS, of the. latest
The Stock Li now on exhibition."
Terms cash._ menai
'By SAM'L C. BLACK. *
CITY BALLWAY STOCK AT AUCTION.
Will be sold i His DAT, at ll o'clock A. M.,
at east end or Broad street.
63 Shares CITY RAILWAY STOCK, m amounts.
to snit purchasers._menai
By J. FBASEB MATHE WES.
SMALL DWELLINGS, COMING STREET
AND BURNS LANE.
Will be sold THIS DAY, at the -Postofflce, at ii
o'cloclc, . .
TWO LOTS, Ncs. 86 and 87 Coming street, weat
side, oe ng nrth and sixth Lots north of Oalhoun
scteet, with two-story Wooden Dwellings. Lota
measure 17 feet by 66 feet deep, more or less.
LOT No. 10, Burns lane, north side, with tarte?
st-ry Wooden Dwelling, measures 33 feet by lao
feet deep,, more or less.
LOT No. 8, Burns lane, north side, with two
story Wooden Dwelling, meusares 30 feet by 87"
feet disep, m re or less.
Terms-Half cash; balance la twelve months,
secured by bond or the purchaser and mortgage
of the premises. Property to be insured and
polioy assigned. Purchaser to pay me for papen
I and stamps._ ? monal
By J. FRASER MATMEWE8,
DESIRABLE LOCATED LOTS ON
Sullivan's Island. '
will be sold THIS DAY, the 21st instant, at the
Peate (flee, at ll o'clock,
TWO LOTS on Sullivan's Island, being the sec?
ond ?nd third Lots east of F-rt Moultrie, on the
south side of Middle street, the two Lots contain?
ing abont one acre, more or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay me for papen
By J. FRASER MATHE WES.
EIGHTEEN LOTS, WITH SHALL
DWELLINGS, known as Cromwell's Ter?
Will be sold THIS DAY, the 2ist matant, at the
Postofflce, at ll o'clock,
AU those EIGHTEEN LOTS, With the DWEL?
LINGS, known as Cromwell's Terrace, situated
between, and extending from, Franklin street to
Smith street, with a cart alley the entire length,
from street to street.
A plat of the same oan be seen at my office.
Terms-Half cash; balance in one and two .
years, secured by bond and mortgage of the prop
erty, with Interest. Purchasers to pay me for
papers and stamps. Property to he insured and
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
CHOICE LOT, RUTLEDGE . STREET,
third north of Queen.
?pta ?AV, uar nf Vnrr.h. At. ll .n'donlr. will be
sold, at the Postofflce, -
The above tor, measuring 40 by 160 feet, more
Terms easy. Made known at sale. monal
BY Ii. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
LOT, COMING STREET, SECOND
north of Line, west side.
THIS DAY, 2ist of March, at li o'clock, will be
sold, at the Postofflce,
The above LOT, measnrlng 68 feet front, by 40
feet deep, more or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papen and
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
LARGE BRICE STORE AND DWELL?
THIS DAY, March 2ist, at 11 o'clock, win be
sold at the Postofflce,
That One BRICK ?CILDING, southwest corner
State and Chalmers streets, con alotng 6 upright
room*, besides a very commodious store and
large attic, lt has recently been pat m perfect
order, and avery large cistern built. Lot88 7*12
reel, by 60 fret.
Terms cash. Purohaser to pay os for papers
Statiion Sales-future Dape.
~By LAUREY, ALEXANDER & CO.
ENGLISH MINERAL SALT,
on MOND \ Y, 26th inst., will be sold in the
Bounded Warehouse. Elliott street, at ll o'clock,
80 ton ENGLISH MINERAL SALT, in lots to
snit purchasers: an excellent article for Manon.
ByW. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS.
ELEGANT WALNOT AND COTTAGE
Furniture, Bed Room and Parlor sew.
Will be sold on FRIDAY, 22d instant, at 10
o'clock, at No. 421 King street, a few doors sooth
of calhoun street.
Walnut and Cottage FURN IT DRE, consisting in
part of Tables, Lsnnges, Chairs, Carpets, Mat?
tings, Bedsteads. Washstands, Bureaos, Ward?
robes. Also, Bed Room and Parlor Sets, Crock?
er,,-, lin in a and Glass .vara._mch21
By J. FRASER MA TH EWES.
TESTATE SALE FURNITURE, MER
Jil RORS. Cutlery, Platea Ware, Double Barrel
Gun, Surgical Instruments, Piano, Rice Thiesher
and Sower, Draft and Saddle Mare, Ac.
Will be sold at No. 60 Broad street, TO-MOR?
ROW, 22d Instant, at ll o'clock.
FORMTUKE, consisting of Chairs, Tables,
French Bedstead, Book case. Sofas, Ac, three
Mirrors, Steel Knives, Plated Knives, Nut Crack?
ers, Cake Baskets, and Syphon, Ac, Ac
One set Surgical Instruments, cupping Knives
One Wesley Richards Double Barrel Gen and
One Rice Thresher and Sewer.
One Saddle and Draft Mare, seven yean o d.
By J. FRASER MATHE WES.
REFEREE'S SALE-HANDSOME RESI?
DENCE, desirably located.-Haynesworth,
Trustee, vs. Heriot, Trustee, et. al.
By virtue af the decree of the Hon. R. F. G ra?
bi ii, Judge or the First circuit, i will sell on
TFJKsDAY, the 2d day of April next, at the cor?
ner of Broad and East Bay streets, at ll o'clock,
That desirably located LOT and commodious
and well Enisried three story RtslDENuu and
outbuildings, northwest corner of Wentworth
and Lynch streets, con raining eight rooms, pan?
try, dressing rooms, study, bath rooms and wa?
ter closet, with water works, two good attlo
tooms, kitchen, servants' apartments, carriage
house ana stable; gas throughout the house. Lot
measures 113 feet on Wentworth street, by 74
feet on Lynch street.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, teen red by bond of the purchaser and
mortgage of the premises, wit h interest, Proper?
ty to be Insured and policy assigned. All previ?
ous taxe s and first im taimen t of city tax for
1872 already paid. Purchaerto pay the subse?
quent instalments and for papers and stamps.
J. FRASER MATHE WES,
mcbi4-th3tni Special Referee.
Q. BORGE CONNOR,
1 am now receiving at the Old Stand, No. 30
Broad street, my Spring Stock of French, Eng
ltsh and Scotch COATINGS, Suitings, Fancy
Casslmeres and Vestings for Gentlemea's v*"ear.
Constantly on hasd a Fine Stock of STAPLE
GOODS. j "
1 am also opening a Fine Line of GeoUemen*
FURNISHING GOODS, wfclch I am offering low