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TUESDAY, MAECH 26, 1872.
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NEWS OF TILE DAY.
-Gold closed -yesterday at 9|a9*o.
'. -Tb?'Hew York cotton market closed very
"<julet; uplands 22* cents; sales 371 bales.
lf-In1 liverpool cotton closed quiet but
Steady; uplands lld," Orleans ll*all|d, sales
-InN.ewYorkrentsaresald to be general
' "-i-There have been twenty-one new small?
pox bases In New'York since Saturday. The
'?ij?bt hundred employ?es of A. T. Stewart
were vaccinated yesterday.
' " -It is reported in Washington that the Daily
Chronicle has been sold to Senator Pen ton,
ari* that William M. Grosvenor, late editor of
: the Missouri Democrat, will be the editorial
manager. *'"' **' ' --' j
-?-r^^?le'fhls yea?a? to be of verygayj
colon?, red being most in demand.' Tbe ban-;
"dies :are mounted In goTd," and a chain and.
'book ?rW attached''by which they can befast-j
^e'dtWoek--;; J' ' I
~- ^Tnje young woman who accused Bev. Dr.j
Tarter, of New York, of seducing her', bas
:?bnfe,8sed that the whole thing was planned
by'herself and her paramour in order to extort
blackmal}. The vigorous action of her intoad
? J victim has resulted in bis complete vindica?
7Hl~Tn? origin ot ?h? title, "The Thunderer,"'
by which1 the Lohdon Times Is known, was
from a writer begiuning a leading article with .
Hie phraBe,41 We Thundered forth the other
day,-1 Ac. Some of.tbe Tr&?sf; contempora?
ries In referring to 'this expression^ ' called j
the Tunes "Tue^hunderef^a?d though near-?
- ly fifty yearn nave elapsed the title still clings
m&i TOXIC as TAHHX) ; ;
-Justin McCarthy describes Disraeli as be?
ing full of pluck and vigor this session, quite
Jubilant and confident. He still looks won*..
derinUj^upg, djspit^bia^wkwsad, shuffling.
- walk BmorbB stoopfd^hWders. ^Beneath his! '
queer head and lugubrious countenance, a!
long gray or white outer coat reaches nearly
to, tba; takle** and -teBeajh the coat ai ay be
boo ta. There ls something of the air ot a de-.
. cayed and fading dandy about the entire per?
-There is a curious-bit of history connect*
ed with the assassination of Earl Mayo, gov-,
ernor-general of India. His murderer, Shore!
AUee, a mountaineer from the Himalayas, 1
Wara gw&sold?er tn the Brittencavalry. . He
had a family feud, and once or twice? year be
. would get a furlough, go back to his home,
kUl one ol his foes and return to duty. A
few jnoDthjs ago, *}>lle en a!man-aunting trip,
iMmk b ^tended victim cn Br.tb-h soil, and.
klAel lilm.there.. '.This waeia crime. He was
arrested, tried and sentenced- to life-long im?
prisonment. Unable to comprehend the dis
tincrioa made, by a few miieB of, space, he'.re?
garded himself as the victim of England's
injustice, and revenged himself by kll?ng the
men who was, to bim, the embodiment of
rEngland'spother. .. . ....... j
! Violets ba've-reiurnedto Parts, and ; are.
for sale in great quantities on tbe Boulevards
and worn in the button-hole with as much
frequency as the red ribbon o? the Legion of
Honor. It would be strange Indeed li some
political significance did not attach to this, aa
io almost very popular notion JIL JElacis,, and.
?nie is not plovrt? riscal! Lbe fact that the
violet was the flower which presaged the fall
of the Bourbons after the first Restoration.
Napoleon was in Elba,-and bin. friends who
'remained under the lilies of the white flag
assumed the violet as the badge of devotion
to the Empire, with the pass word, "It will
reappear in the spring.'' The nephew, whose
horoscope bas been drawn to correspond so.
nearly with the career of the first Emperor, ls
at Chisel hurst, and again the Imperial violet
' ls seen trpon every tblrd passer on tbe Boule?
vard?. Although the appearance of violets In
tbe spring-time ls by no means phenomenal,
. yet tJUB profuse blossoming in the street o?
Fails Is reasonably regarded as an open de?
monstration of the Imperialists, who use the
rallying signal of the first Empire to aid the
;/c?DspIrit?eB, at whlcb M. Thiers trembles, for
'the restoration of the exile of Chiselhurst.
_ -A most harrowing story comes from Pitts
-.ton, Penn., relative to the death of a young
bride from the effects of hydrophobia. It
seems that about eleven weeks ago a Miss
43ox was. bitten in the arm severely by a dog
belonging to her lather. Her mother and
' brother coming to the re-cue", were also badly .
bitten.., Tbe wounds .healed, however, and
nothing more was thongbt ot the matter.
Tbe young woman was engaged to be married
to a young man living at Goldsboro', named
Alfred Kerrick, and the wedding was ap?
pointed to come off at that place about two
weeks ago. On the wedding morning, when
about to perform her ablutions, she wai
alarmed at perceiving that the sight of water
sent a shiver through her system; and at the
breakfast table the coffee had a similar effect
upon her. - She then complained o? feeling
unwell, and her friends advised her to re?
main at home; but she said she did n)t want
to disappoint the expectant bridegroom, and,
accompanied by a Bister, proceeded to Golds?
boro', where the wedding ceremony was per?
formed. Immediately after this she was
seized with spasms, bearing all the Indications
of hydrophobia. The agonized husband was
assured by his unfortunate wife, la her lucid
intervals, that she comprehended the situation
.andcould do nothing more than bid bim an
affectionate farewell; and in a few minutes
abe was seized with convulsions, and expired
In nis arms. The other members of the fami
'Jyjvho were bitten by the dog have not aa yet
displayed any symptoms of the disease, but, as
mayfbe readily supposed,.they live In continual
dread of the same terrible result.
-A case somewhat resembling tbe famous
Tichborne trial, and, in one respect at least,
lealnding one of Charles Reade's "A Terrible
TOTiptationj" l^'ooo, to be tried at Constant!
nqpW The story lsTromantic enongh for a
noveipr plaj^Snfl runs thus: There Is now in
Loudon a Torfe, ageiabout twenty-five years,
calling Ifimseif Mustapha DJehad Bey, and
claiming to be the lawful son of the lats
Kibrlsll Mehemet Pach? ex-Grand Vizier, and
whilom the Sultan's envoy to the court of St.
James. In 1847-such is the claimant's story
' Kibrtsll's wife, the widow of a European phy
f slclao, bore to him a son, the present Musta?
pha DJehad Bey.-On the following year the
Pacha went to reside at the British Court, and
during his absence the child became so seri?
ously ill that its mother, fearing that should lt
'die ber husband would take another wife,
feigned to give birth to another child, which,,
In the knowledge of a eunuch and ? woman j
of the barem named Fa tm ah. was merely a
supposititious child, bought or borrowed.
Bat the first-born recovered, Pacha having j
already been told that heaven had blessed him
with another eon. The mother was caught in
the tolls she herself bad woven, for Fatmah
and the eunuch used their knowledge of her
deceit to override and [rule her. The mother,
Mel?k Khan um, became weary of this state of j
affairs and confided her troubles to Bes hld
Effendi, the Pacha's man of business. Fatmah
Was soon dismissed, and the eunuch -as
smothered in his bath. Madam Kibriell was
tried for the murder, but the charge was not
substantiated. The' Pacha came to ' Costanti
norie during the /progress of the trial, and, j
finding things In snob a state of Imbroglio
divorced his wife. The question of the legltl- j
macy of tbe first-born then arose, and Melek
"Khanum actuated, as she now eays, by
1 a feeling of revenge for the divorce and
tbe Pacha's subsequent marriage, averred that |
Mustapha DJehad Bey had been borrowed also.
Then the boy DJehad became a wanderer,
served aa a menial in Egypt, joined the Papal
Zouaves, became a lay inmate at the Convent j
of St Lazarre, and when his father died last
September went to England and there pro?
posed to defend his claims to Kibrlsll Pacha's j
The Kn-Klax Law.
Oar Washington correspondent telegraphs
that the Supreme Court has granted the mo?
tion of Messrs. Johnson and S ta n bery, in
.the case ol T. Jefferson Greer, for writs oil
habeas corpus and certiorari, which writs j
are. made returnable on the 8th of April.
This intelligence will be received with pro?
found satisfaction, as it ls hard to see bow
the administration can now prevent the
counsel for the defence from bringing the
question Of the constitutionality of iheKu
Klux law squarely before the Supreme j
Court._ - _ _
A Legal Tfeombicrtw.
ft The act to amend the tax laws, which re?
ceived the approval of Governor Scott on
March 12th, was a-part of tbe financial
scheme by which the administration expect
to make valid all their monetary transac?
tions, and to obtain an income sufficient to
pay off their old debts and current ex?
penses. By the Validating Act, as it is
called, the oonda issued bj the present gov?
ernment are declared to be a binding obliga?
tion upon the people, and a tax is required
to be levied and collected sufficient to pay
tbe interest on the whole public debt. As
some security that the coffers' will be locked
fast, now that they are completely emptied,
a joint resolution was unanimously adopted
for a constitutional amendment prohibiting
any increase of the debt, except with the.
sanction of the people. A tax of six mills
was levied for general expenses, and of two
mills for school purposes. The License law
was conjured into existence. But these]
were not enough, without such changes in
the tax lawB as would allow the State au?
thorities to enforce the payment of delin?
quent taxes-amendments made all the
more necessary.by the certainty that a total
.tax of two per cent, for the fiscal year,
would leave thousands of persons in arrears.
It was understood that, opto January, 1672,
over one million dollars of taxes remained
unpaid. This snug sum would help to "re?
lieve the "treasury, liquidate the debt, and
"make money easy nt the capital." These
' are the considerations which led, we pre
I same, lo the framing of the tax law of March
12,1872; a law wh!ch will wrench the taxes
from tbe people, qr Bend their property to
the hammer with a State warranty of title to
the purchasers. The foll force of this legal
thumb-screw does not appear at tbe first
glance. It requires a plain statement of j
the changes made in the pre-existing laws
to enable the taxpayers to comprehend the
desperate boldness of the administration.
1. The provision that, when delinquent
land exposed for sale, except in cities and
villages, cannot be sold for one-fourth of its
assessed value, the State shall buy sufficient
at that rate to satisfy the amount of the
ta xe 3 and penalties,is repealed.
After the expiration of MNETY DAYS
deeds may be made for any real estate sold
I at delinquent land sale3. The act of 18C8
? forbade the making of deeds until the expi
ration of two years.
3. Beal estate sold for taxes may only be
redeemed within NINETY DAYS, instead of
within two years; ?. e., it may be redeemed
within thirty days, instead of one year, with?
out penalty, and within ninety days, instead
of two years, with a penalty of fifty per cent.
4. The county auditor is required to
warrani'th; titles to all lands sold for delin?
5. All lands upon which any State or coun?
ty tax for 1868, 1869, 1870 or 1871 remains
unpaid shall be sold on the first Monday in
June, and conveyed in fee simple xnthout Hie
right of redemption, ll no person offer as
much aa the delinquent taxes and charges,
tbe State is declared the purchaser, and be?
comes tbe owner of the land.
These provisions, as we before remarked,
point to one conclusion : that the State Gov?
ernment ore determined, by hook or by
crook, to raise money sufficient to relieve
them from all embarrassment and to meet
whatever claims may come upon them. As
a part of the programme all the lands in the
State upon which any tax for 1868, 1869,
1870 or 1871 remains unpaid will be sold
outright on the first Monday in June. To
give courage to purchasers, the State war?
rants the titles to all lands that may be sold.
To frustrate any combination on the part of
the citizens, the State becomes the owner of
the lands if the amount' bid is not equal to
the delinquent taxes and expenses; and it is
required, besides, that if any purchaser does
not pay forthwith the amount of his bid the
lands shall be immediately resold as if no
previous sale of them bad taken place.
gj. glx^ondj^ a,Yeair. g
i Tbe members of tbe General- Assembly of
Booth - Carolina are hereafter to 'De-paid' six
h and red dollars a year, inste id of 3 ix dol?
lars a day. This is equal to a session of one
hundred days, which jg about the length of
time that oar speculative law-makers coo-.
triye to Jive at thejrablic expense in.Colnm
bia. The limitation of the amonnt to be
paid. each member was intended, we sup?
pose, as a.sop to the Reformers; bat the
whole work of the Legislature can be done,
as lt used to be done, in four or five weeks.
Still, if we mast pay the Radical legislators
to stay in Columbia, or pay them to stay at
home, we think it decidedly cheaper for the
State to shorten the sessions and increase
the pay. A session of two weeks, at six
hundred dollars for the job, will be more
economical than a session of three months at
Bix dollars a day. The less' the legislators
are in Colombia, the less harm they do the
State. ^ ? _ ?
THE Colombia Union says that the recent
Congressional investigations have not brought
to light."one transaction dishonorable to tbe
-Republican party, or to a single department
"of the government, except the general order
"business In the New York Customhouse."
Then, that transaction, at least, ls dishonora?
ble; and the young man Leet has full swing
now as he had before the swindle was exposed.
And what about the government sales of arms
to France, as a specimen ol Radical neutrality
and good faith ?
* THE Beaufort Republican ian administration:
paper) talks of B. K. Scott and F. J. Moses as
the most prominent candidates for Governor.
The antl-adminlBtratlon Republicans, it faye,
are trying to form a ticket whloh may receive
the support of the Democrats and Conserva- j
tires. Among the men named for Governor
on this ticket are Messrs. Corbin, Tomllnson,
Chamberlain and Orr, with a prominent bank
er or business man, not a politician, as State
Treasurer. The Republican thinks that in
case of a split and two conventions, the Re?
formers will accept all the nominations made
by the regular convention, with the exception j
c. ' rovernor and Treasurer.
THE Columbia Union says tb at the Republi?
can party has not attempted "to cover up
'and excuse, or deny, any ol the misdeeds of
. .faithless officials." It would be useless, and
it ls as well to make a merit of necessity.
The Eclectic IB banded us by Hr. Fogartie, ol.
King street. A etri King article ls that of Mr.
Lewes on "Dickens In Relation to Criti?
cism," in which he writes very sensi?
bly of criticism lu general, and sug?
gests philosophical reasons for the hos?
tility ot the critics to Dickens, and for the uni?
versal popular approval which the great nov?
elist obtained. This article ls, in our opinion,
the moat valuable contribution yet made to a
right understanding of the nature of Dick?
ens's vast powers, and of the causes of his noto?
rious artistic shortcomings. Mr. Black's oharm
log story, l'Tne Strange Adventures of a Phse
"ton," ls continued. The leading article is a j
fine essay on "The Later English Poets.''
Most of the remaining papers are very little
below tbe level of those we have named.
Published bj E. R Pelton A Co., New York.
Five dollars a j ear.
The Galaxy, for April, is an unusually good
number ; except (he Club Boom, which ls de?
cidedly'dull. Mr. McCarthy has a capital paper [
upon Charles Reade. Trollope's novel, "The |
"Eustace Diamonds," Is continued. The "In?
dependent Ku-Klux" ls a queer 6tory, con-1
talcing more truth than poetry. The other |
anides are bright and interesting.
WELCH.-Died on the mornlog or the ?6tb In?
stant, SAMUEL B. WELCH, aged 68 years and 10
^THE RELATIVES, FBIENDS AND
acq :ain tance j of the family are respectfully in?
vited to attend his Funeral Services, at the Firs:
Presbyterian Charcb, Tan AFTERNOON, at 6
VIRGINIA, from Philadelphia, are hereby notified
that she is discharging cargo at Brown A co.'a
- Wharves. AU goods not removed by sunset will
be stored at consignees' risk and expense.
mch2C-l WAL A. COURTENAY, Agent
?1?* CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP j
CHAMPION, from New York, are notified that she j
ls discharging cargo at Ad ger's Sooth Wharf.
Goods uncalled for at innset will remain on
the wharf at owner's ru k. *"
JAMES AOGER ? CO..
pt* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Inspector of Phosphates will enter upon the
duties or his office, MONDAY, the nth lestant, at
his Laboratory, No. 28 George street.
OTTO A. MOSES. PH. D.,
mch25-8_State Inspector of Phosphates.
JOT THE CHARLESTON CHARITA?
BLE ASSOCIATION, FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
FREE SCHOOL FUND.-OFFICAL RAFFLE!;
CLASS NO. 417- MOBNINQ.
CLASS No. 418-EVBNIHQ.
AS witness oar nan d at Charleston t ms 2ith day
or March, 1972. FENN PECK,
JAMES GILLILA ND,
par OFFICE OF COUNTY COMMIS?
SIONERS, BARNWELL COUNTY, S. C., BLACK?
VILLE C. H.. MARCH 18,1872.-Plans, Specttlca
tions and Proposals to build a JAIL at Blackville
Courthouse will be received at this office until
the second Tu-sday In April. The cost of Jail
not to exceed eight thousand ($8000) dollars.
By order CouBty Commissioners.
mchlS 12_M. G. TOBIN, Clerk.
JtS~ CLEAR AND HARMLESS AS WA?
TER-NATT ANS'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR
THE 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 HB falling
out. it ls entirely harmless, and perfectly free
from any poisonous substance, aud wiU therefore
take the p.ace of all the dirty and unpleasant
preparaUons now lu use. Numerous testimonia s
have been sent us from many of our most promi?
nent citizens, some er which are subjoined. In
everything In which the articles now in use are
objectionable, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY is perfect.
It 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 or the best dressings for the Hair in
use. lt restores the color of tbe Hair "more per?
fect and nnirormly than any otber preparation,?
and always does so In from tr.ree to ten days,
virtually reeding the roots of the Hair with all
the nourishing qualities necessary to Its growth
and healthy condition; lt restores the decayed
and Indnces a newgrowth or the Hair mere posi?
tively than anything else. The application of
this won lerfnl discovery also prodaces a pleasant
and cooling effect on the scalp and gives the Hair
a pleasing and elegant appearance. Price $i a
bottle. ARTHUR NATTANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. a
For sale by the Agent, DB. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston, s. C.
and King streeTs^TaiBilliuHT, ^ig^ggj: '
T The Corporators oribis Instulion rwU meet
'THisAFTBtoooii, ai 4 o'clock, af the .office of
Leitch * Brans. No. 35 Broad, street, to organize.
A punTfoi?l auehdaqce ls rje.queBted. . mch.6
SUMTER R I FL E CLUB - ATTEND
i r?ll. with Bines, at Wilaon'd Hall, To MOB
Kow EVENING, tbe 27th lnetant, at 8 o'clock.
^By order. tW-Jt BRUNS,
? Ot B. Secretary and Treasurer.
WASHINGTON KIF L E CLUB.-AN
Eitra Meeting of the Olnb will be held at
Rifle Club Hall, THIS ETHKINO. at half-past 7
o'clock. Members will please be punctual.
By order. i), h. OLEN, JR.,
/GERMANIA BUND. - ATTEND AN
UT Extra Meeting of the Bund THIS EVBXINO,
at your Hall, corner King and Society st rest a, at
naif pa* 18 o'clock precisely.
By Older. JACOB KNOBELOCH,
IRISH RIFLE CLUB.-ATTEND AN AD?
JOURNED Meeting at Atelier's Hall, at 8
o'clock. J. F. WALSH,
SURVIVORS' ASSOCIATION, CHARLES?
TON DISTRICT.-Attend Extra Meeting at
Hall of Charleston Library, THIS OAT, Much 28,
ax l P. M. A general attendance is particularly
desired. By order of the President.
HOPE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COMPA?
NY.-Attend an Extra Meeting THIS (Tues?
day) EVENING, the 2 7 tb los tant, at hair-past 7
o'clock precisely. Honorary and contributing
rxemoera will p ease attend, as boalneea of Im?
portance will be transacted.
By order or the President.
0. A. BUERO,
mcb2? ._ ] Secretary H.t*. F. E. Co..
PROMPTITUDE FIRE ENGINE COM
PASY-Attend an Extra Meeting of your
company at Liberty Hall, at 8 o'clock P. M.
By order of President.
ROBT. W. BBOWN.
mco28-l*_Secretary P. F. E. Co.
W~ ANTED, A COMPETENT WHITE
Housemaid. Qood recommendatlona re
qnlred. Apply at No. 47 Haael street. mch28
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
be userai ab mt house; also a small boy.
Apply Ko. 2 Aiken's Row._mch26-l*
WANTED TO HIRE, A WELL FURN?
ISHED Room, somewhere between Market
and Wentworth streets. Apply co Mr. H. P.
KINGSLAND. Waverley House._mch26-2?
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that sfcLEAN baa removed to No. 844
SERVANTS WANTED.-AN ACTIVE
vornan wlthont lncumberances to cook.
Aiso a young woman' to do house and chambsr
work. Good recommendations .required. Apply
at No. 124 Meeting street._mch26tnwaa
WANTED, A LADY WHO THOROUGH
LY undeatands Dressmaking to canvass
the etty lor Mra. Livingston's "Parisian Formula,"
or Tay lora' System sf Untiing. One that has had
experience in canvassing preferred. Cad at sing?
ers' Sewing Machine Office, between 12 and 2
o'clock,-this day. _ mch2fl-2
ABOOKKEEPEB, WHO CAN FURNISH
good' testimonials and whose afternoons
ar? unengaged, desires employment. Address
Key Box No. 82. _mCh25-2* .
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, TWELVE
good Carpenters. None bnt experienced
mechanics need apply. Apply at the basement of
ihe United states Courthouse._mch25-2*
WANTED, A GOOD COOK (WHITE,)
?without lncnmbrances. Apply at this
office. _" .. ,- _ mc 22
WANTED, A SITUATION BY A WBITE
woman as meat and vegetable cook and
mutter. Apply at northeast corner State and
Queen atteetay_?_ mch20
TTTANTED TO KNOW WHY MILLINGS
Vf can sell FURNITURE cheaper man any
other dealer in the city? Beean-e ms expenses
are small. He la economical, and believes in
small profita and quick sales. Give him a call at
the Sign of the .Man and Rocking chair. No. 414
WANTED TO SELL, A SECOND-HAND
PIANO. Price $225. Terms liberal. Ad
drt8jU,PoatofflceBox No. 178, Charleston, S. 0.
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House In the central or western
part of the city. Address "Q," at this office, stat?
ing location, terms, Ac._ febs
INrORMATION WANTED. - WM. B.
it COAN i b"L, Printer, recently at work in some
&outn carolina ?nice, will please let bb afflicted
father (at McLeansvule, N. u.j hear from bim SB
soon as possible, south Carolina and Georgia
papers please copy. C S. MCDANIEL.
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and beat warranted
stewing Machine In the market la the HOME SHUT?
TLE, price $26 and $87. Uan be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency, No. 61 Basel street, oppo.-ite Express
uffice. T. L BlaSELL._Jania-emo
WANTED, A SOUTHERN LADY TO
teach m a family. One required compe?
tent to teach the higher branches of English,
Music and Drawing. Reference sato competen?
cy and character required. Address Dr. A. fi.
J UHNSON, Bamberg p. o., South Carolina Rail?
road. Information can oe' cad from Messrs.
PKLZER, RODGERS A CO., Ot K.L HALSEY,
Charleston, s. u. _mchl3
WANTED, EVERYONE TO KNOW
that FLETCHER ? GURNEY, at the Little
Store around the Corner, No. 03 Market atreet,
have constantly on hand a splendid assortment
o? New York and Domestic POULTRY, GAME
POULTRY AT THIRTY CENTS A POUND.
Also a very fine lot of sugar Cured Hama,
Extra Prime Goshen and Famny and Country
Ratter, Beef and Pork sausages, Cheeae, Should?
ers, sides, Dips, cellery, Eggs and Lard, GAME
a specialty. Their motto : The Beat and cheap?
est. Remember-the Little Store round the Corner.
HORSES FOR SALE.-A FINE LOT OF
Saddle and Harness PONIES will be sold
m low rates, and can be seen at HOGAN A CO.'S
Stable, northwest corner of Klug and Spring
streets. M. HOGAN A CO._gfjgjj 6?
JUST ARRIVED, A GOOD LOT OF
Plantation MAKES AND MULES. For sale
at HOCKDAY'S STABLES,. In Columbus street,
near King street._nicri2.V3?
JUST AB RIVED AND FOR SALE, ONE
car load of Timber Cart and Turpentine
MULES, at Kentucky Mole Lot, King street. R.
FOR SALE, A LIGHT DOUBLE BUGGY,
with Harness, bat little useu. The Buggy
can be used with either two or four seats, vt m
suit tor City, island or summerville, lt will be
aoid low. Apply to Obarleaton Hotel Stables.
HORSES AND MULES .-JUST RE?
CEIVED from St. Louis, Mo., Fifty Head
gouu Wore Mules and Horses. For Bale low for
ca6h or city acceptance. R. GRAHAM A CO.
TO RENT, FOUR ROOMS AND ONE
Kitchen. Apply at No. 48? King street, be
tween VanderhoiBt, and calhoun. mctizs-i"
_Cost gno jomi^_
?IJNDTAT THE MASKED BALL, ON
Thuraday night, one Lady'a Broach and
one Watch Key, which may be had by calling at
Mr. F. ANSEL. No. 127 Calhoun Btreet. mcb.4
J? B D A"W SON, JR..
No. 107 EAST BAY.
All kinds of STENCILS cut in the best manner
and at short notice," and at moderate rares. Name
Platea ?or markln* clothing 60 an t 75 cents,
brush and ink melad ed. On hand, Alphabet
Figures, stencil PaBte, (various col >rs,) Brushes,
indelible Ink. Ac, ic. mchitf-tuthimo
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Line
and Meeting streets.
j$7-Highest prices paid tn Cash lor Crude Turp?n
Virgin..$8 00 I Yellow Dip $4 601 Hard.$3 OJ
^fJMJEGE '^OP CHARLESTON, - ^ (
?j fae Ec ard cf 'Tr ripees respect; u ly 'announce
that th? Animal Commencement of tils In sri tu
non, (which was postponed,) will be celebrated In
the Academy of Music THIS EVENING, at half-past
7 o'cloe lt.. The public, encl especially the ladles,
are cordially invited to attend.
The following ls tn? Programme of Exercises:
It will be observed that with one exception the
Orators will speak in alphabetical order, as the
Faculty wish lt'to be understood that after the
Valedictory and Salutatory Addresses all the other
appointments are considered strictly equal.
Prayer by Rev. JAM Es H. ELLIOTT.
Salatatory Address by. WILLIAM HUME
Oration-Life Everywhere-FRANCIS W. CA?
Oration-The Wonders ol Nature-JOHN BACH
Oration-Fiction on Education-JOHN GADS?
Oration-Progress of Science-WILLIAM BELL
" . MUSIC.
Oration-The Bolas of Time-THOMAS MOUL?
Oration-Let there be Light-JAMES ANCRUM
Oration-Suggestions of Another State of Ex?
istence-WM. HUME SIMONS.
Poem-Marathon - HENRY A. MIDDLETON
Oration-Pleasures of Memory-WM. MOUL?
Oration-Early English- Poetry-HENRY A.
Valedictory Address, by THOMAS MOULTRIE
Degreees Conferred by the President, and Ad?
dress to the Graduating Class.
The entrance to the Parquette and Balcony, on'
Ring street, and that to the Family Circle, on
Market street, will be opened at 7 o'clock.
JACOB WILLI MAN,
Secretary Board of Trustees.
F. A. PORCHER,
m ch 26 -i Secretary of Faculty.
j^CADEMt OF MUSIC.
MISS LYDIA THOMPSON AND HER NEW
In Its entirety, as performing the most brilliant
engagement on record at Wailack's Theatre, New.
York, Badin the principal pisces of amusement:
throughout the UniKd States, will shortly appear
In Charleston for
FIVE NIGHTS ONLY.
Due netice of which, with foll particulars, will
I immediately be nude koowa. ?
Prices: First class, $160: second class, $1; Gal
I lery Mc No extra charge for securing seats In
ad vanea fceason Ticket-', first olass, for the five |
njgh.s, $8. . Due notice will be given of the open
mg of inc Box sheet._mcb25-2
CCopartntTorjips ano Chaaointions.
JL existing under the firm name of BALL,
BLACK A CO. ls td ls day dissolved by mutual
consent. Either partner will sign In settlement,.
of the basin-, ss.
(Signed) . HENRY BALL.
March 1, 1872. WM. D. BLACK.
Ia announcing the above dissolution, BALL,
BLACK, A CO. inform their friends and the pabilo
that they lotend to close ont their entire stock
wi'h aa little delay as possible, and at prices that]
will be an Inducement for all tu parchase from
They have also a very large stock of nnEet
Monea-Diamonds, Emeralds, Rabies, Cameos,
Ac-which they will set, to order, at unusually
low rates. Their manufactory fur Silverware
will be cuni mut d to enable them to meet any de?
mands In that Une. No. 665 and 667 BROADWAY,
New York._Jalyl8 ljr
ACARD.-NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the partnership here to f re exist?, g
between the subscriber anu Mr. JOHN RYAN, In
the management of th; Aiken Hotel, under the
firm of LOCNSBEKRY & RYAN, has been dis?
solved, and that hereafter the business will be
conducted exclusively by GEORGE H. LOINS
BERKY, who alone ls authorized to Bettie up the
affairs of the late firm of LO?NSBEKRY A RYAN.
mcbl9-to4 GEORGE H. LOUN3BERRY.
CHARLESTON, 8. C., MARCH 14TH,
1872.-The Copartnership heretofore exist?
ing between EVB. STODDARD and C. FR ONE
BERG ER, under fie name or E. B. STODDARD A
CO., Boot and Shoe Dealers, No. 165, west side of |
Meeting street, ls, by the limitation of their Arti?
cles of Copartnership, this day dissolved.
The business of the tl rm wm be settled by E. B.
STODDARD, the senior Partner.
E. B . STODDARD,
mchl5-10 C. FRONE BERGER.
12JYMNAL .OF THE CHURCH.
we are prepared to famish the "HYMNAL" at
the lowest introduction prices. A variety of
styles; prices from 40o, 60c, 76c, $1, and up?
NEW CATALOGUE, No. 25.
LIFE AND TIMES OF REV. JOHN WESLEY, by
Ty er man, Yoi. 1, $2 60.
A new supply of Bishop Huntington's Helps to !
a Holy Lent, $126
The Hidden i ire of the Soul, from the French,
by tne author or "A Dominican Artist,". Ac, $160.
Truth and Trust, Lessons of the War; loar Ar?
dent sermons by Henry Alford, D. D., $1.
Meditations on the Miracles of Christ, by Rev.
J. S. Howson, Dean or Chester, $l to.
Legends of the Patriarchs and Prophets, by S.
Baring Guu.d, M. A., $'?
Lamps, Pitchers and Trum rets, Lt ct ares on the
Vocation of the Preacher, Illustrated by Anec?
dotes, Biographical, Historical and Elucidatory,
of every order of Pulpit Eloquence, from the
Great Preachers of all ages, by E. Paxton Hood,
two vi lum63 lu one, $1 76.
Half Truths and Truth, Lectures on tbe Origin
and Development of 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 la All," by the Rev. Henry Law, Dean
of Gloucester, or the Gospel of the Pentateuch,
viz: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbera and
Deuteronomy, each $1.
Ministering Children and Sequel, by Mrs.
CU aries worth, Red Line Edition. Beautifully Illus?
tra! ed, ID one volume, small quarto, $4.
Macdoffs New BOOR, "Saint Pani In Rome,"
tte Teachings, Fellowships, and Dying Testimony
of the Great Apostle 1B the City of the Caesars, by
J. K. Macduff, D. D., $1 25.
Sermons for Sunday Evenings, London Religi?
ons Tract Society, $160.
Bede's Charity, by Hesba Stretton, author of
"Max Kromer," "Alone In London," Ac, $150.
Public and Parlor Readings, Prose and Poetry,
for the use of Reading Ciaba, Ac, by Monroe,
Science Record for 1872, a compendium of
Scientific Progress and Discovery daru g the past
year, with Illustrations, edited by E. A. Beach,
Heart-Throbs of Eminent Authors, complied by
Wm. Hardcastle Browne, A. M.. $1 60.
The Southern Poems of the War, collected and
arranged by Miss Emily V. Mason, of Virginia, $2
NEW NOVELS,' Aa
Lovela of Arden, by Ms E. Braddon, 75c.
Kate Beaumont, by J. W. DeForest. 75c.
Two Family Mothers,- by Marie Sophie Schwanz,
How W1U lt Endf by Heywood, $1 60.
More 1 bau She Could Bear, a Story of the
?achupln War In Texas, by Hesper Benbow,
Ought We to Visit Her? by Annie Thomas, $175. |
Toe Sylvesters, by the author or "Kitty," Ac,
The American Baron, by James DeMl'.le, $1 50.
Poor Miss i- Inch. 60J.
Can the Old Love ? by Buddlnnton, 75c
The High Mills, by the author of "Gideon's
A Leaf In ihe Storm, by "Oulda," 50c
r New Novels and Light Literature received
by steamer every week.
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORT,
No. 260 KING STREET (In the Bend,)
mchi9-:uths Chirk Bton, S. O. |
V/ * ? . *
;p N G OF THE
."Although ?ll floalstt saythey ?ell
. Ths very, Terr but, TJ
Not any Tea, like WILSON'S,
Will stand a lasting test;
And J have tried it long enough,
Upon a frugal plan, ...
To find lt la the only Tea
To cheer np my good man."
TEAS! TEAS! TEAS 1
TEAS! TEAS J TEAS!
TEAS ! TEAS ! TEAS !
TEAS! TEAS I TEAS !
TEAS ! TEAS! TEAS!
WILSON'S ! WILSON'S ! WILSON'S !
WILSON'S ! WILSON'S ! . WILSON'S I
WILSON'S ! WILSON'S ! WILSON'S !.
WILSON'S ! WILSON'S I WILSON'S !
WILSON'S 1 WILSON'S ! WILSON'S |
306' KING STREET.
306 SING STREET.
308 KING STREET.
306 KING STREET.
306 KING STREET.
On hand and still arriving the largest and best
STOCK OF TEAS
To be found m
These TEAS are New Crop, received direct via
I Isthmus to this
We are offering TEAS at the following low
prices, owing to the anticipated decline in du: les :
TEAS, Oreen and Blade, sold elsewhere at 60c,
we sell at soc per lb.
TEAS, Oreen and Black, told elsewhere at soc,
we sell at soc! per lb.
GUNPOWDER, a nice article, sold elsewhere at
tl 26, we sell at $1.
We can and do offer a better TEA at tl 40 per
lb. than can be sold by other dealers for'26c aj
pound advance dor motto, ' "Qalck sales .and!
small profits," has pieced ns lirthe van among
the Grocers of Charleston, and we Intend to keep1
there Oar sales aralncreasing, and we guaran?
tee the quality of our goods. I
W Remember I*
NO. 806 KINO STREET, i
$W ls the place to buy your Teas. -6?
ti auto no?.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, s. G., December 28,1871..,
Or. and after SUNDAY, December 24, the Passen?
ger Tra?na on the South Carolina Railroad will run
as follows: ? ? .*'
Leave Charleston.J...8.10 A M
Arrive at Augusta.4.25 p x
. Von COLUMBIA.
Leave Charleston.8.10 A fe
Arrive at columbia.406 p at
FOB CHA RL?8TON.
Leave Augusta.7.40 A at
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 r M
Leave Columbia.7.40 A x
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 r x
THROUGH WILMINGTON THAIN,
feave Angosta.I 8.00 A M
Arrive at Ringville.9.00 A X
Leave Ringville..12.su PM
Arrive at Augusta. 6,80 p x
AUGUSTA MIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.S.S0r x
Arrive at Augusta.7.80 A M
Leave Augusta.COO r X.
Arrive at charleston..... 6.66 AM
COLUMBIA NIGHT KXPHK88.
Leave Charleston.7.10 r M
Arrive at Colombia.&M A at
Leave Colombia.:.7.00 r at
Arrive a. Charleston.. 7.00 A at
Leave Summervdle at. 7.96 A M
Arrive at charleston at.8.46 A at:
Leave Charleston at...?;..8.80 r M
Arrive at summerville at.. 446 P M
CAMDEN BRANCH. Y
Leave Camden.6.16 A M
Arrive at Columbia.10.40 A X
Leave Columbia.L46 P x
Arrive at Camden.6.28 r x
Day and Night Trains make close connections
at Angosta with Georgia Railroad and Central
Night Tram connects with Macon and Augusta
. Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and columbia Railroad, and with Charlotte Road
to points North.
camden Train connects at Ringville daffy (ex?
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Tram, and
rons through io Columbia. 1
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
8. B. PICKENS. G. T. A. ti Janie
OFFICE OF THE SAVANNAH AND !
CHARLESTON, S. C., November 22,1871.
On and after MONDAY. December the nth, the
Passenger Traies on this Road will run as follows :
Leave Charleston dally.3.28 P. M.
Arrive at aavannr.h dally.9.16 P. M.
Leave Savannah dally.1L16 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston dally.6.86 A. M.
Leave Charleston. Snndayaexcepted.. 8.16 A. M.
Arrive at Savannah, Sunday a excepted. 416 P.M.
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted... 8.co A. TS.:
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exe'ted. 4.06 P. M.
Freight forwarded dailv on tbirongh 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 as low rates as by any oth?r linc
C. 13. GADSDEN, ;
Engineer and Superintendent,
s. C. BOYLSTON, Gen'i Ft. and Ticket Agent.
meal_ . ?
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
CHARLESTON, S. C., February ll, 187L
. Trams will leave Charleston Dally at 6.80 A. M.
and 616 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 7.80 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 2.30 P. M.
Tram does not leave Charleston 6.16 P. M., SUN
Tra?a leaving 8.80 A. M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acqala
Creek only, going through In 40 hoars. I
Passengers leaving by 6.16 P. M. Tram have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Pori smouth and Baltimore Those-leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay over, on SUNDAY ia Bal?
timore. Those leaving on SATDBDAT remain SUN
PAT in Wilmington, N, C.
Thia la the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to cincinnati, Chicago and other points
West and Northwest, both Trains making connec?
tions at Washington with Western trains or Balti?
more and uhlo Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and superintendent.
P. L. CLEAPOR, General Ticket Agent.
Notizen in gankraptm ^
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
USlThD STATES. FOR THE EASTERN DIS
TRiCT OF SOUTH CAROLiNA.--ln the matter Of
JOSEPH J. WILLIAMS. Bankrupt-In Bankrupt
cy.-To whom itmay Concern: The undersigned,
hereby gives notice or his appointment as As?
signee or JOSEPH J. WILLIAMS, ol Bonneao's
Depot, In the County of Berkeley, and State of
South carolina, within said District, .who.bas
been adjudged a bankrupt upon his own peti?
tion, by the District Court of said District
Dated at Charleston, the 18th day or March, A.
D. 1872. A. C. PALFREY,
_ CORS, lo boll, per
soawn?> Frank-?iifrTmliy. For tale by
^MHERMANN BUL WINKLE, Kerr's Wharf.
Y?]j^y,"~OAg8-l- .OAT81--- - j
- WW bushe^HeavrYeedlng OATS,' ' '
- Ftnriarrby-HERMANN BOLWIDKLE,
rachJg > M Vii- '/'}'. : 'Kenfs Wharf.
160 ba rr els North, Carolina, TAX POTATOES, in
flneorder/at ft pet WrreV
80 bushels Cow Peas/af if 25 per bneaeL '
Now landing from-schooner "Carrie," at Van
derhorst's Wharf and for tale In lots ta snit ppr
chasers. Apply to Captain WHITEHURST' ba
Board. . . R. SABER.
?mcnas-tnthfg ~ .<????.. ^frw
QOB?1 , COBirr ? COEN! 5 '
10,600 bushels Prima. White .Milang MME in
bulk, landing from Schooner s. o. Band.
For sale by HERMANN BUL WINK LE,
mch26 . .Kerr's Wharf.
J^ETJ ASH Cp,AL.
- Red Ash Grata and Stove COAL, of Tery superi?
or quality, now lauding, and for sale very low by
H. F.BAKKR, A CO..
moh25-a , Goal yard. Cumberland street..
?J^OETH CAROLINA SEED BICE. .,
- bushel* Heavy NORTH CAROLINA, SEED
RICE. For sale by RAVEN EL A co,
lg A LT t SALTI SALT!
BOO lacks Liverpool I?ALT, how landing from
Bark windermere, for sal? cheap' crom wnaroo
lou to snit purchasers..
' Apply to 1 HENRY CARB, ??
feb8 Accommodation Wharf.
T^T" ERY PRIME SEED RICE.
looa bushels very Prime SEED BIOS, very pose,
and free of red. Apply to
J. R. PRINGLE A SON, ?
Jan27-atuth No. 6 Adger'B North Wharf.
60 tierces CHOICE 8. a H-AMS, Brands of
Davis, Ames, Whittaker 'r 1
.. 76 hhds c. H. Bsa n Sides aol Shoulders - r
loo boxes D. s. c. R. sides and Shouidets
290 lacks Coffee. I :o ' ia
For sale low by
BTHFFE5S, WERNER A DUCKER.1
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IN U.S. BONDED LTORES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 BAST BAY,
o ff e r for sale from fr. a, Bonded Warehouse, - ,
cooloo COG NAG and LA ROCHELLE BBJUTDT
varions vintages, m
Firth casks ';
'".?.< Cases of^n?^e??n^rii?i'eaciL1-''15
QHOICE WHITE MILLING CORN AND
FLOUR, LA5BISQ THIS DAY.
.. ?ult ia ;:. ? jg?. -y-?i.iTi.<u:; Ct u
MORDECAI A CO., Na 110 East Bay, offer for
sale lnvolces CbOlce WHITE MILLING CORN and
Extra FLOUR, lsndmg this day. _
A. TOBIAS' SONS, NOsiio East Baj? oiler /mr
sale an invoice of Choice 'HARMONY'S PALS
SHERRY WINE. g - A?TOBIASV8?N1F
riHOIOB HA YANA: CIGARS. .
-V/.-i. . . 'i iiMi.if.v.-.? -c .i--- . is
MORDECAI * co., NO, no Emt Bay,offer for
sale au,. In vc ice or ?Choice HAVANA CIGARS, dj'
reotfrom Factory in HrtanaT .^TTr?
171 IRS CRACKERS. "
.JJ . ?> r - at/u ? .. u . . . :t
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Bel H? Bast Bay. oner fe?
sale an invoice of FIRE CRACKERS, landing this
day-v, . . ni vii i .9 nils id i ityn r . ai
T TINE GAB, PEUNBSy " WHITE WINE,
, A TOBIAS' SONS.offer for sale VINEGAR,
Pranst, Whit? Wine, imported direct from
?.Franca. - ?? il ? ? ???... _??
JgNGT^H : PORTER AND ALE.
.._ A- TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of Messrs. Ed ward. A
I George Bib bert, or Lo ndo n .offer for sale Eibbertts
PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pint? and
i quarts.-_; , feb^frosT
AGON, FLOUR, 4c
Choice BACON 0. R. AND SHOULDERS,
Choice Dry'salt M? ata
Flour, i Lard,
?-ngar, . Cheese, .
Butter; . _ Salt, [.
^.Barr?lPoxsv . . Fleh,
Axle Grease, Ac, Ac.
Choicest Brands WESTERN S. C. HAMB, oatt*
?assad. Also Breakfast Bacon constantly on
hanav ; :.'"?, '
We Invite purchaser*, to examine our]Stock, j
MACQUEEN A RI ECKE,
Nc*, ai and 23 Vendue Range ,
febs ?motoths?mos , _ >
1841. *SS???* ?84L
CELEBRATED "DIAMOND" HAMS.
This old reliable brand ls now in its Thirty-first
year. It has given satis/action for the evenness
an d richness of its curing. Its patrons are to .be
found in ali parts or our country; nor: ls it un?
known in tte Canadas, England and France.
In I860 a First Premium was awarded by the
Ol io State Board of Agriculture "for Ham eurea.
in 1846"-four years old I They are good, old or
new.. This season's, cure ls considered Tory su?
Sold by leading Grocers m principal cities,
rUST .REC El TED,
A Large Assortment of "
FINE GLASSWARE, KEROSENE LAMPS
AND SHADES OF ALL RINDS.
Also, a Foll and Well-Selected Stock of. .
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, A?.
Choice & C. HAMS, STRIPS and SHOULDERS
Extra Fulton Market Beer
' No. 1 Mackerel
Choice Salmon and Halibut Fins
Extra Goshen Butter and Cheese
Bogara of raU Grades. :
-Raisins, Almonds, FfgB, Currante, Preserves, Ac.
I have on, hand a. Full stock- or BRANDIES,
Wines, Whiskey, Ac.,'which I am prepared to sen
' at Wholesale or Reta L ?r?
Orden ?rom the Country will recel ve prompt
attention, try addressing letter to Post office Key'
BbxNp.246. . ;>
AU goods delivered to any portion, pr the city
free of charge. D. FITZ GIBBON,
N. W. comer King and Cannon streets.
tailoring, inrnisljing ?coos, Ut.
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
NO. 402 KING STSXBT,
Informs bis patrons, and the public In general,
that he has received his. aPKlNG AND SUMMER
GOODS, and ls prepared to make salts to the
Latest Fashions. Casslmeres, Broadclotrs, and
different Summer Goods constantly ou band. Or?
ders promptly attended to. H. ROSEBROOK.
mcB20-6? : : _- _
NO, 141 KING STREET,
WBST SIDE, A FXW DOORS NOBTH OF Q?BEN STBBXTr
Would respectfully inform his friends that he
has Just returned from Ne? York with a large
and weil selected stock or the latest styles of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
Also, a fnll assert mea t of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
CELEBRATED STAR SHIRTS.