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TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1872.
jay Mr. WILLIAM E. SIMMONS, Jr., is the
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XE WS OE THE DAT.
-Gold closed yesterday at loiaioj.
-The New York cotton market closed dull
and Irregular at 23} cents for uplands.
? -In Liverpool, cotton closed dull; uplands
ll jd., Orleans ll$d.; eales 19,000 bales. ?
-Charles Reade writes a long letter to the ]
London News, attempting to prove from cir- i
cumstantlal evidence that the Tichborne
claimant ls Arthur Orton.
-A prominent Kentucky newspaper, the
Louisville Commercial, which has hitherto (
.manifested free-trade tendencies, will hereaf?
ter advocate the protective poller?
-The only daughter of the Emperor Of j
Russia, Marie, ls said to be Very beautiful In
person, and of great Intellectual promise.
She ls not yet eighteen years of age.
-At a meeting of iron manufacturers lu
Pittsburg, on the 4th ultimo, all sizes ot Iron
were increased In price three-fourths of a cent j
per-pound, and nails twenty-five cents per J
-The Cincinnati Commercial, speaking of j
a new Chicago newspaper, says that some?
thing more thin a bag ot money, and a parcel
of fellows who can write, ls required to make
-The editor of the New Orleans Republl
caa 'thinks lt' must have been the proof-reader
whjp made hun cali the Governor "our enter?
prising thief" when be meant to say "our en?
terprising chief." *
j-iii its', news from the diamond fields, the
Cape Standard 'says that diamonds are drugs ,
now, and that drugs, are diamonds; that ls to I
say, a very small quantity of quinine ls worth
a big precious stone.
-President Orton, of the Western Union'
Telegraph Company, Bays it costs the com?
pany; seventy cent3 for each dollar's worth of]
messages transmitted, and that for the weath?
er mef sages lt only gets sixty cents.
_Gaming houses are to be established in
France? at Bagnleres, Vichy, Alx-les-B'alns,
and at seme places in the neighborhood olrj
Paris, St. Cloud, Fontaineb"?a ;,'or Engheln.
It ls said of the Emperor Napoi?on that he
never allowed cards in any of, bis palaces.
-A witty. French writer thinks that a man
should be permitted to marry his deceased
wife's pister,. ir for no other reason than be?
cause of the manifest Injustice of depriving j
him of the opportunity of having not more
than one mother-in-law.
-The volcano of Colima, in Mexico, near
the Pacific coast, which bas for the past two
years been showing signs of activity, ls now
in lull eruption, throwing out clouds of ashes,
which fall over a-large section of country,
and the smoke Is so dense as to obscure the
-The latest personal description of Tenny- j .
son declares him to be a most inveterate
smoker, and one who loves idleness above all
things-dreaming away bis existence. But it j
njuat be confessed that for an idle --dreamer"
the subject ot this criticism has done those
things which a city full ot industrious and
wide-awake Individuals could never hope, to
accomplish, even if their lives depended upon
. -To discover spurious greenbacks, r.r na?
tional bank notes, divide the last two figures
of the number of the bill by four, and if one
remain the letter on the genuine bill will be
A; if two remains it will be B; If three, C;
and should there be no remainder the letter
will be D. For example, a note ls registered
2461, divide sixty-one ly four and you will
have one remaining. According to the rule
the letter on the note will be A. In case the
rule falls be certain that the bill is coun?
-The oldest rose tree, according to a South
German paper, ls to be found close to the
church wall In Hildesheim. The roots have
penetrated under the crypt, the trunk Is
twelve inches in diameter, and six or seven of
its branches overshadow the eastern side of the
church roof, bearing countless roses every
summer. ' It is not known how old this rose
tree is; but there are documents in existence
showing that Bishop Hezilo, nearly one thous?
and years ago, had a stone wall built to pro?
tect this tree. Traces of this wall are still in
, -It bas been suggested lhat the surest
method by which Sir diaries Dilke, the repub?
lican agitator, could convince the English
people of his sincerity, would be by surrender?
ing his title and becoming in ree'.tty what he
ls now sarcastically called by the Saturday Re?
view, plain --Citizen Dilke." Slr Charle* Dilke
ls a Baronet, the lowest order of hereditary
nobility in Eogland, and the title descended
to him from his father. Even if he desired to
do so he could not resign his title, which will
in turn descend, at his death,, to his eldest
son, and can ouly become extinct when
hereditary lilies are abolished in England, or
the Dilke family become extinct In the male
-A late letter from Yokohama, Japan, says
that conservatism is fast Reappearing from
the ruling classes, and that ^ liberal spirit,
amounting almost to rashness^n the advoca?
cy of schemes for Improvement is rapidly on
the Increase. A neat work of telegraph lines
connecting all the principal cities is projected.
The railroad between Yeddo and Yokohama,
only twenty-four miles In length, is not yet
compteted-a correspondent alleges, because
the Englishmen who are constructing it under-1
stand that when ic ls finished the heavy sala?
ries paid them by the Japanese Government
Will cease. The whote thing ls represented as
? huge Job perpetrated on the Japanese au-|
thori.'Ies by the contractors.
\ -K?nig Ludwig, of Bavaria, 6eems tobe
winning an enviable reputation for affability
and true kingliness. His queer mixture of
likes and dislikes have often been noticed by
descriptive writers, and his Inevitable lollies
?nd extravagances have afforded the usual
mental pabulum for court gossipers and gar- !
nil ou s tea-part le*C: H! s In te ose lore for music,
his idolatry ol Wagner, and bis severance of
his engagement with the Princess Sophie be?
cause she could not understand the Intrica?
cies ol "Tannhauser,". have all been dilated
upon to a quite sufficient extent- The King
now appears in the role of the kind patron o?
his subjects, and while with one hand he can
sign the order which will pay for his magnlfl
cent new castle at Hohenschwangau with the
other he provides a feast for the peasantry of
Ober-Ammergaa, and welcomes the Pas?
sion-players. With the play the King
was BO greatly delighted that he invited
the actors into his noble presence, and held a
tea-minutes- conversation with each. The
scene was at once pathetic and comical.
Peter, the bold apostle, was so abashed that
be trembled from bead to foot, and perspired
copiously. Judas, queerly enough, seems to
have appeared to the best advantage, and
showed himself to be a modest and eminently
gentlemanly person. The King praised the
lady performers very highly, especially the
one who impersonated the^'-'-in Mary. At
the banquet, the enthusiasm of the people was
boundless, and the King was toasted with
effusion. In parting, he expressed a wish that
the Ammergauers should erect a small theatre
for the facilitation of their dramatic endeavors,
and on no account fall to Invite him whenever
any extraordinary -'attraction-- was offered.
And then he posted off toward the castle with
the aforesaid discouraging-name, leaving the
Bavarians to shout themselves hoarse in praise
ol their King.
Sowing- the Wind.
So much confidence is reposed in the con?
servatism or stolidity of the English charac?
ter that very few persons are willing to be?
lieve that Republican doctrines are making
my considerable progress within the United
Kingdom. The motion of Sir Charles Dilke
or returns showing the income of the Crown
ind the coBt of the imperial paraphernalia
bund only two supporters, and apon the
Kcasion of the National Thanksgiving the
it reeta were thronged with shouting mil
ions. Bat lo spite of these ebullitions of
ovally tho Ihlk'ea and Bradiaughs and ?-.abe- 1
on Herberts hold their meetings, and pro
:laim to the masses that the time is nigh
then the extravagances and mummeries of
he monarchy will be swept away. The riot
n the House of Commons, when Sir Charles
Dilke brought forward his famous motion, ls
tdmitted to have beea a great mistake. Io
ittempting to silence him by force, the loyal
nembers of the House gave to his words an
mportaoce they would not otherwise have
lad. As the Saturday Review puts lt, Sir
Charles Dilke aod his solitary supporter,
brough the blunder of his adversaries,
iscaped the sentence which General Chan
rarnier lately described as "an amnesty of
'contempt" The London Spectator says
bat the whole business, had it occurred io
he French Assembly, would have furnished
tn argument for recalling Napoleon in, and
n America would have been quoted to dis?
credit a republic. Nor did the grand pro
session through London streets produce any
rerious effect upon toe people; and we may
j? sure that the lavish outlay of fnO?ey /or
jxches and flaunting flags will be effectively
ised in many a speech as an additional rea?
son for the institution of an English Repub- .
. The repressive measures which the authori?
ties are adopting will broaden and strength?
en the Republican movement. The license
of the landlady of the "Hole-in-the-Wall," the
famous Republican resort, was taken away,
but was restored npon condition that the
name of the boase should be changed to ike
"Crown and Constitution," and that no more
Republican meetings be held in its rooms.
The proprietor of St. George's Hall was
warned that it would not be wholesome to
il low the Communists to occupy that halL
Sir Charles Dilke has been stoned, and Hr.
Ddger has been mobbed. And now the gov?
ernment are forcing through Parliament a
bill which is to take away the right of hold?
ing public meetings in the parks, and to
give to an officer of their own appointment
the power of prohibiting any such meeting.
Public meetings have been held to denounce
the contemplated outrage, and at these
meetings the speakers were mes of high
social position, who cannot be coughed
down or bullied into silence.
The ominous parallel drawn by the Pall
Mall Gazette will not quiet the public mind.
That paper reminds Its readers that in Jane,
1791, when Louis XVI had fled from Paris,
Billaud-Vareaaes, ia the Jacobin Club,
raised the abstract question, "Which is best
"for France-a Republican or a Mo n arch i -
"cal Government?" and was hooted ont of
the hall ; while Robespierre, two days later,
assured the Club that he was neither Mon?
archist nor Republican. In that month it
was necessary to apologize for having
incurred the suspicion of Republicanism.
Fourteen months later, the Monarchy was
abolished, and any one who ventured to
proclaim himself a Royalist, if he escaped
the mob, ran the risk of the guillotine. It
is not feared that the English D?kes and
Herberts will become Marats and H??erts,
but they may, in the end, conjure up a pow?
er which is beyond their control. They are
in earnest in what they do, and thoughtful
observers will be apt to come to the conclu?
sion that the condnct of the government
and its supporters betrays more panic than
real confidence in the stability of existing
! QA lita tiona.
Mr. Greeley and the Tariff.
Mr. Horace Greeley explains in the New
York Tribune how he could put his name to
a platform which says that taxation should
.be for revenue only, saying that he aBks o?
the Cincinnati Convention no more than
this: That it shall acquiesce in his doc?
trine, and the truly Republican doctrine,
that the issue between free-trade and pro?
tection sball be left for settlement to the peo?
ple, district by district, when they choose
their members of Congress. If the Conven?
tion will treat protection with that mach ol
civility, he and bis protectionist friends will
be satisfied, he says. It is conceded that
naked free-trade cannot be made the deter?
mining question in the Presidential election.
The World and the Cincinnati Enquirer ac?
cept the suggested compromise; being io
more concern about centralization and the
constitution than about economical truths
which will beat the protectionists out of the
field whenever they have an ^undisturbed
WE BEG to thank Mr. L. C. Carpenter for
a pamphlet copy of the official report of the
Ku-Klux trials in Columbia, a3 stenographed
for the Columbia Uniov.
The ?aw of Languages.
Dr. Stamm, at toe recent session of tbe
Geographical Society io Berlin; spoke of the
great law observable in history, according to
which the diversity of languages in the world
is constantly decreasing. The diminution in
the number of languages and dialects goes
hand in hand with the progressive historical
development of mankind. He illustrated
his position by a comparison of the number
of languages ia Asia Minor in the time of
Mithridates, with those of Italy, Gaul and
Spain* "before, daring and after the time of
the Romans, as also with those of England,
Scotland, Ireland, Germany and Austria.
Of the cultivated tongues of the preseotday,
English ?3 spoken by about ninety millions of
people, German by over seventy millions,
Spanish by fifty-five millions, and French by
only forty-five millions. Of these the Eng?
lish has the greatest future, as regards geo?
graphical extension ; the French the least,
because stationary. The German will run
the Spanish a close race daring the next
century, probably, in. point of territorial
progress. The High German has swallowed
a number of non-viable languages. Amer?
ica Bhows the most striking scale in the
diminution of tongues. Indian languages
and dialects are daily disappearing before
Dr: Stamm, in conclusion, said that this
same law, which reduces the number of lan?
guages, contributes powerfully to a general
aod more intimate anion of mankind.
The Late Henry Horibeck.
Mr. Henry Horibeck, a highly respected Citi?
zen of Charleston, died on Sunday night last,
in the seventy-second year of his age. Mr.
Horibeck wa? a man of exquisitely pure char?
acter, and so won the confidence of his fellow
citizens, oy his unobtrusive merit, that be was
elected, before the war, to the Legislature
of the State. Such a life as his was necessarily
uneventful ; but it was made beautiful by his
owa tranquil virtue, and the regard and re?
spect of the community.
The Plain ruth.
[From the Nation.
At last, after some months of confused won?
dering, there is a more or less general expres?
sion of belief on the part of our press that the
plain truth about the Alabama, Claims difficul?
ty ls that Mr. Bancroft Davis bas succeeded in
putting us Into a very disagreeable position.
So the most Influential and popular Journals
in the country are now saying; and everybody
knowB what intelligent people have been say?
ing to each other in private for the last month.
It ls now openly said that, for want of intelli?
gent supervision by the Department of State,
an unduly ambitious gentleman-whose most
noted diplomatic service previous to his pre?
paration of our case was the Motley corres?
pondence, unless, indeed, he achieved the
Gortchakoff correspondence also-bas been
enabled to endanger the peace of seventy mil?
lions of people; to Jeopardize and discredit tbe
principle of arbitration which we had honored
ourselves by adopting and advancing; and to
effect these things while putting his country
in the wrong. Mr. Sumner's speech was, we
suppose, an attempt to express the height and
the depth ot our feeling of displeasure at the
conduct of the people, especially the govern?
ing people, of Sreat Britain; Mr. Sumner de?
clared tnat he never meant money; but to get
the speech smuggled into a bill for damages
was, ss Mr. Bright has recently said to an
American fileffcl, a plexe of "attornpyshlp
"rather than statesmanship." of which the
credit appears to belong to our Department of j
State, and probably to the imperfectly super-1
vised Assistant Secretary. The will ol the
country was good lo make a friendly settle?
ment of a troubling question. We are not
afraid to say that, when the English expres?
sion of regret was made, the public generally
supposed Mr. Sumner's indirect damages to
have disappeared, and were well pleased that J
they bad. For instance, ia the discussion that
Immediately followed the treaty In our own
papers and those of the Provinces, when the
talk was on this very question as to which
government bad gained most in the transac?
tion, there was not a word of assumption that
any claims other than the direct were to be
insisted opon. But soon comes Mr. Bancroft
Davis's '"case," and at once we have every?
thing lu fog again-a mountain of mist which
no man can gauge, claims that no man can
estimate, upon which nobody wants any
money, which nobody expects anybody to pay.
The country bas been kept much In the dark
in this matter, but we thick lt begias to see
clearly that there bas been gross mismanage?
ment It ls one more illustration of the cer?
tainty with which a man in a place too high
for bim brings discredit on those whom be
represents. ' The Administration may be able
to And a way out; but we wish it would say
how. _ _ _
THE New York Tribune thinks that the high
price of cotton, and the possibility that the
negroes will abandon the fields to swell politi?
cal meetings this fall, afford a splendid oppor?
tunity to the Southern whites. It says: "There
'.must be at least one million white men at
"the South who are not too rich to work lor a
"living, nor yet too poor to hire or buy a few
"acres of cotton land and a span of mules.
"Even at twenty cents per pound, lt must be
''within the power of these to grow and pick
"ten bales of five hundred pounds each,
"amounting to one thousand dollars. Are
"they likely to do better? If not, why
"shouldn't they Improve their opportunity
"and make enough cotton in 1672 to buy them
"selve8 farms ?"
A VERY POPULAR JOURNAL
OF LITERATURE AND PLEASANT FAMILY
The undersigned ls now canvassing the city for
Subscribers and will be happy to see bis mends,
apro l* . M. R. KEON.
BOARD IN SUMMERVILLE.-GOOD
BOARD, with pleasant Rooms. In Summer?
ville Apply to R. A. PRINGLE, No. 2 Central
Wharf._ * mch25-mth8*
Informs his friends and customers that he has
removed his Store from No. 492 King stree* to No.
197 KING STREET, below Market, where he will
be happy to serve ?hem In the beat style.
apr3-8_No. 197 King street.
REMOVAL OF THE OFFICE OF THE
HOME SHUTTLE ?EWING MAC5INE.-The
ornee of the above Unequaled Machine has been
removed from No. 61 Basel street, to Whilden's,
No. 265 King street, corner or Beauraln. AU in
want or SEWING MACHINES will do well, before
purchasing, to see the Home Shuttle, the cheap?
est and best. Price $25 and $37.
apri-12 T. L. BISSELL, General Agent.
SEABROOK-HAMILTON*.-At Beaufort, S. C.,
March 13th, by tne"Rev. Joseph R- Walker, JOS?
EPH W. SEABROOK to PHO BS C., youngest daugh
ter of Colonel Pani Hamilton, Beaufort. .
S9" Sonthem.Churchman will please copy
HORLBBOK_Died. In tr. H city, on Sunday
night, April 7, 1872, HBKB7 HOBLBIOK, aged 71
years, 6 months and 10 days.
pf BIS RELATIVES AND FRIENDS,
and those bf tbe family, are respectfully Invited
to attend his Fanerai Services at St. John's Luthe
ran Church, Archdale street, THIS AFTERNOON, at
4 o'clock, without farther invitation. apr9
^GERMAN FRIENDLY SOCIETY.
The Members are respectfully invited to a* tend
the Funeral Services of their late Brother Mern
ber, HENRY HORLBECK, at St. John's Lutheran
Church, Archdale street, THIS AFTEBNCON, at 4
o'clock. JOHS A. BLUM,
pf THE RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
of the late Dr. PETER P. BONN EAU, are invited
to attend bis Funeral bervlceB, THIS MORNING, at
ll o'clock, at St. Andrew's Chape), Mount Pleas
AREGULAR MONTHLY CONVOCA?
TION OF CAROLINA CHAPTER, No. 1. R.
A. M., will be held at Masonic Hall, THIS EVE
MSQ, at 8 o'clock. Final action will be taken In
the Arrear List. Cand idates for the Legrees are
requested to come forward.
By order of M. E. H. P.
aprt_L. B. LOTEO KEEN. Secretary.
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, No. 4, KNIGHTS
OF PYTHIAS.-Attend your Regular Week?
ly Convocation, at Pythian Hall, corner of Society
and King streets, THIS NIGHT, at half-past 7
o clock. C. II. FLYNN.
aprt tn Recording Scribe.
CHARLESTON SOCIAL MOUNTED
CLUB.-Members are requested to meet
THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock, at the Hall, corner of
King and Line Btreets.
By order of the President. aprt-*
WASHINGTON RIFLE CLUB.-AT
TENS, a Meeting and Drill, with Rifles, at
Rifle Club Han, THIS EVENING, at s o'clock.
By order. D. L. GLEN, JR.,
CHARLESTON LIBRARY SOCIETY.
The Regular Quarterly Meeting of this Soci?
ety will be held at tne Library Hall THIS EVBNINO,
9th Instant, at one o'clock.
ST. PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT SOCI?
ETY.-A Regular Monthly Meeting of this
Society will be neld THIS (Tuesday) EVENING at
Hibernian Hall, at hall-past 7 o'clock. Members
will please be ponctuai lo attendance.
aprt_ W. BAKER, Secretary
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH
CAKOL1NA.-The Regular Quarterly Meet?
ing of this Socl.ty will ne hell at the Booms of
the Board of Trade on THUBSDAT EVENING, April
ll tn, at 8 o'clock. A B. HOLMES,
aprt-3 Secretary pro tem
STEAM FIRE DEPARTMENT.-A COM?
MITTEE of three from each Company will
meet on THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, the stu instan t,
at 8 o'clock, at the Hall of the Hook and Ladder
Company, No. 2, Wentworth street.
By order of the Chairman. aprt
OFFICE OF ENTERPRISE RAILROAD
COMPANY, No. 64 BKOAD STREET.
CHARLESTON, S. C., APRIL ?TH, 1872.-The An?
nual Meeting of the stockholders of tue Enter?
prise Railroad will be held on WEDNESDAY, Atril
17th, at the Office of the Company, No. 61 Broad
Btreet, at ll o'clock A M. A full and punctual
attendance is requested. By order or the Presi?
dent, WILLIAM MCKINLAY,
aprO _ Secretary and Treasurer.
W""ANTEDTA COMPETENT CHILD'S
Nurse. References required. Apply at
Mo. 28 George street. aprt-l*
WANTED, BY A YOUNG LADY, A
small School, or,a Situation as Private or
Assistant Teacher, ls competent or teaohing tbe
ordinary English branches and Music. Address
K. M., charleston. aprt-l
WANTED. A WHITE NURSE AND
Seamstress, who nnceratands the use of
the ?ewing Machine. Recommendat.on required.
Apply at No. 17 Legare street. ' aprn-i*
W~ ANTED, A COOK, .'WASHER AND
ironer. One who understands milking.
Such a one will And steady employment, wages
pa cl punctually, by applying at Nu. 142 Went?
worth street, apr 9
WANTED, TO RENT FOR A TERM OF
yean, a Dwelling in t ne we-te rn portion
ot i he city, near the city Railroad, and to contain
not less tuan six upright rooms. Apply to W. c.
BEE A CO. apr?-l*
WANTED, A SUPERINTENDENT FOR
the Carolina Cub. Apply at the Club
Rooms, corner Meeting ttreet and courthouse
WANTED, PLEASANT FURNISHED
ROOMS, In a central locality, or on the
Battery, with private tao le i r without board; bed?
room, sitting-room, and room for colored nurse.
Address Immediately Lock Box No. 17, Pcsioffice.
AWHITE WOMAN WHO UNDER?
STANDS COOKING thoroughly, can obtain
a situation as Cook by applying at Ko. 94 King
street, South of Broad. aprs
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House in the central or western
part of the etty. Address "Q, " at this office, stat?
ing location, terms, Ac. febS
WANTED TO KNOW WHY MILLINGS
eau sen FURNITURE cheaper tuan any
other dealer la the city? Because ms expenses
are small. He ls economical, and believes in
small profits and quick sales. Give him a call at
the Sign of the Maa and Rocking-chair, No. 444
King street. mchl2-tuth
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warranted
Sewing Machine In the market ls the HOME SH DT
TLE, price fib and $37. Can be peen at th= Gene?
ral Agency, No. 255 King street, corner Beaufaln
street. T. L. BIsSELL. . Janl2-6mo9
"ITT AN TED, A SOUTHERN LADY TO
VT teach in a family. One required compe?
tent to teach the higher branches of English,
Music and Drawing. Keference aa to competen
cy and character required. Address Dr. A. H.
JOHNSON, Bamberg P. o., South Carolina Rail?
road. Information can be had from Messrs.
PKLZER, RODGERS A CO., or E. L. HALLEY,
Charleston, 3. 0._mchl3
half story Hou-e, kitchen attached, lo
cedar O.urt. Apply to ISAAO M. WILSON, No.
37 Radcliffe fltreet._aprQ-tnthaS"
JUST ARRIVED, AT KENTUCKY MULE
LOT. a car load ot well broke meUium-jlzed
Mules, at moderate prices. H. OAK MAN*.
FOR SALE OR TO RENT, THAT COM?
MODIOUS FOUR STORY BRICK STORE,
No. B Hajne street, south side, Cit; of Charles?
ton. For t-.rms, Ac, apply to CHISOLM
WUALKY, Law Office, No. 3? Broad street.
FOR SALE, BUILDING LOTS IN CHAR?
LOTTE street. Apply at No. Ol Charlotte
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS in large or small quantities.
Price 60 OEXTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at tnt
Office r>r THE NEWS. _mavin
TO RENTrA FINE NEW STORE ON
King Btreet. at the low rent or $25 per month.
Apply at thu office._aprt-l?
TO RENT, A PLEASANTLY SITUATED
HOUSE In the Western part of the city, with
I lour square rooms, two attica nicely flnlshe<i, and
dressing-rooms to each chamber. There ls also a
pantry, gets and cistern on the premises. Rent
very moderate. Address X, at this office.
TO RENT, A LARGE FRONT ROOM,
pleasantly located, suitable for a club. Ap?
ply to J. LIVINGSTONE, at No. 39!) King street.
TO RENT, BRICK DWELLING OF SIX
ROOMS. Friend street, south of Broad, west
side. R. M. MARSHALL A BRO., Brokers, 33
TO RENT, THE VERY PLEASANT
RESIDENCE, No. 35 Mee log street, now
undergoing thorongh repair. Possession to be
had 1st May. Apply to W. C. BEE A CO.
0 RENT FOR THE SEASON. A
HOUSE on Sullivan's Island, pleasantly
Biiuated on back beach. The house contains nine
rooms, and brick cistern attached. Apply to A.
A. GOLDSMITH, Vendue Range. mch30
^ O A D B;l? ?| OT" M US ? C
second Appearance or tte Eminent Shakespea?
rian Artists, Mr. and'lUrs.
JTJNIU8 BRUTUS BOOTH'.
Toe Popular Young Actor and Dramatist,
HR. L. R. 8HEWELL.
THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, APRIL 9,
S?aEcspeare'B most Brillant Comedy,
IIUCH ADO AROUT NOTHING.
Benedick.MR. J. B. BOOTH
Beatrice.MRS. J. B. BOOTH
Don Pedro.MR. L. R, SHETTBLL
Tomorrow (Wednesday) Evening-, April io,
Shakespeare's Great Tragedy, RICHARD III.
Thursday Evening, OTHELLO.
Saturday Grand Family Matinee.
Seats can be secured for any evening of the
Engagement at the Academy of Music. apr9-l
^ CAD EMT OF MUSIC.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
NEW GERMAN CHURCH,
BT F, VON SCHILLER,
LMATEURS OF THE BRUDERLICHER BUND.
ON FRIDAY, APRIL 19TH, 1872.
Doors open at 7. Begins at 8 o'clock.
Tickets for all parts of tue house $1. Reserved
eats $l 50.
Tickets may be had at the following places : W.
:F GERHARDT, corner King and Market street i ;
\ VON SANTE.V, next door to Academy; CH.
IERGMANN, No. 82 Wentworth street.
NATIONAL SAVINGS BANK.
REEDMAN'3 SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY,
$3,600,000 ON DEPOSIT.
HE ONLY SAVINGS BANK CHARTERED BY
THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT.
CHARLESTON BRANCH, No, 74 BROAD ST.,
DAS ALWAYS DIVIDED ALL THE PROFITS WITH
I EPOS ITO rt 3, AND FATS Six PER CENT. Co JIPO UND
Interest commences the FIRST DAT of every
Amount of Interest divided with depositors, to
annary 1st, 187?, $269,879 82.
apr9 3 . Cashier.
PEOPLE'S SAVINGS INSTITUTION.
INCORPORATED MARCH, 1672.
"HE ONLY INSTITUTION THAT DIVIDES ALL
THE PROFITS AMO.SG ITS DEPOSITORS.
The above named Institution will open on the
5th Instant, In the Peoples Bank Building, No. 9
?road street, when lt will be prepared to receive
LNY AMOUNT on deposit, and pay Interest on
he same at tae rate of SIX PER CENTUM per an
While the regular annnal interest ti SIX PER
?ENTUM, on every fifth year (dating from April
872,) ALL OF THE PROFITS MADE Will be di
?idea among the depositor] who have bean such
or the space of one year immediately preceding
he date of such division, according to the time
ind amount of each deposit.
HENRY S. GRIGGS,
aprS stuthlmo Secretary ant Treasurer.
rjITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTH
NO. 8 BROAD STREET. *
All sums of, and over, five dollars deposited In
his Bank on or before tte fl.nu day of eacn
alendar month, will bear interest (six percent.,
br thal month, as if depo.-lted on the 1st Instant.
)epoBlts of one aollar'&u? tipwards received.
DEPOSITS received DAILY from 9 A. M. to 2 P.
I., and on Saturday Evenings.
This Bank ls ander the management of the fol
owing Local Finance Committee:
3. K. HUGER. ; BENJ. F. EVANS,
t. MELCHERS. ED. N. THURSTON.
Collections promptly attended to, there being
>ranches of this Bank at the most prominent <
)olnts in the State. D. RAVENEL, Jr., *
" apr! 6 Assistant Cashier.
ifliUinerp, Strom ?ooog? Ut
gPRING 0 P E~N I N G I
' MRS. M. J. ZERNOW,
NO. 804 KING STREET,
?VIII open THIS DAY an assortment of MILLI?
NERY (JOODS, Ladles' and Children's Ready
Sole Agent for Mile, DEMOREST'3 PAPER
STOCKING SUSPENDERS, and
DRESS-MAKING la all iii branches.
Country orders will receive prompt attention.
60 tons No. l PERUVIAN (Chincha Island)
For sale by HERMANN BULWINKLE,
apr4 Kerr's w ti ai r.
rjIHE NEW IMPROVED
. WHEELER 4 WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machines
on Ten Dollar montbly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
WHYTE A HARRAL,
apr6-lyr _ No. 209 King street.
Copartnersijijs ana ?issointioiu.
that the partnership haretof re existing
between the subscriber ana Mr. JOHN RYAN, In
the management of th; Aiken Hotel, under the
firm of LOUNSBERRY A RYAN, has been dis?
solved, and that hereafter the business will be
conducted exclusively by GEORGE H. LOUNS
BERRY, who alone U authorized to settle up the
aiTalrs or the lrtte firm or LCUNaBEKRY A RYAN.
mch!P-tu4_GEORGE H. LUUNSBKRRY.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing under the firm name or BALL,
BLACK A CO, ls this day dissolved by mutual
consent. Either partner will sign in settlement,
of the business.
(Signed) HENRY BALL.
March 1, 1872. WM. D. BLACK.
In announcing the above dissolution, BALL,
BLACK A CO. inform their friends and the public
that they lotend io close ont their entire stock
with as little delay as possible, and at prices that
will be an inducement for au tj purchase from
They have also a very large?etock of unset
Stones-Diamonds, Emeralds, Rubles, Cameos,
Ac-which they will set, to order, at UH us uar. y
low rates. Their manufactory ror Silverware
will be continued to enable them to meet any de?
mands in that line. No. 666 and 667 BROADWAY,
New York._ Jolyl8 lyr
LIVE AND LEARN, DIE AND
THE SOUTHE R V DYE HOUSE,
No. 359 KINO STREET,
Dyes and Cleans by means ot steam, Gentle
men's' Ladies asd Children's Clothes. Fine Laces
and Lace Curtains cleaned and done np with the
Sort or Manufacturers'Finish; Lace and Crape
Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and Dyed.
mw Goods received and returned by Express.
jun22-lyr L BILLER, Proprietor,
?rocerwa, tiquera, fit.
A Large Assortment ol *
FINE GLASSWARE, KEROSENE LAMPS
AND SHADES OF ALL KINDS.
Also, a Foll and Well-Selected 8toe* of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Ac.
Choice S. C. HAMS, STRIPS and SHOULD ?BS
Extra Fulton Market Beer
No. 1 Mackerel
Choice Salmon and Halibut Flos
Extra Goshen Butter and Cheese
? Bogara of all Gradea
Raisins, Almonds, Figs, Currants, Preserves, AC
I-have on hand a . Full Stock or BRANDIES,
Wines, Whiskey, Ac, which I am prepared to sell
at Wholesale or Retail
Orders from the Country will receive prompt
attention, by addressing letter to Pos tom ce Key
Box No. 240.
All goods delivered to any portion of the city
free of charge D. FITZ GIBBON,
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets,
O N G OF THE
ECONOMICAL HOUSEKEEPER !
"Although all dealers say they sell
The very, very best,
Not any Tea, uke WILSON'S,
Will stand a lasting test;
And I have tried it long enough,
Upon a frugal pian,
To find lt is the only Tea
To cheer op my good man."
306 KING STREET.
306 KING STREET.
306 KING STREET. .
306 KING STREET.
306 KING STREET.
On hand and still arriving the largest and best
STOCK OF TEAS
To be found in
These TEAS are New Crop, received direct via
Isthmus to tills *
C I T Y 1
We are offering TEAS at the following low
prices, owing to the anticipated decline in dnriea:
TEAS, Oreen and Black, sold elsewhere at eoe.,
we sell at 50c. per lb. ?
TEAS, Gre;n and Black, sold elsewhere at 80c,
we Bell at 60c. per lb.
GUNPOWDER, a nice article, sold elsewhere at
$126, we sell at $L
We can and dor offer a better TEA at $l 40 per
lb. than eau be sold by other dealers for 26c a
pound advance Our motto, "Quick Bales and
email profits," has placed us in the van among
the Grocers of Charleston, and we Intend to keep
there. Oar sales are increasing, and we guaran?
tee the quality of our goods.
49* Remember 1
NO. 80S SING STREET,
49- ls the place to buy your Teas. -5?
QOLLEGE OF CHARLESTON.
The Summer Term of this College will com?
mence on WEDNE3D.iT next, the 10th Instant.
Candidates for admission Into the Freshman
or the Sophomore Glasse; will present themselves
at the President's Room on Wednesday Morning,
at 10 O'Clock. F. A. PORCHER,
aprS 4 secretary Faculty.
OB DAWSON, JR.,
No. 107 EAST BAT.
All kinds of STENCILS cut In the best manner
and at short notice, and at moderate rares. Name
Plates for mark.nz clothing 60 and 75 cents,
brush and ink included. On hand, Alphabet
Figures, Stencil Paste, (various colors,) Brushes,
Indelible Ink, Ac. Ac_mchStf-ttblmo
STEAM TURPENTINES DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD, .
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Onices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Line
and meeting streets.
?y Highest prices paid In Cash for Crude Turp?n
Virgin..$6 ou I Yellow Dip $4 601 Hard.$2 76
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO?
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By J. L. LUNSFORD,
tabs_Smith Street, north of Wentworth.
Drug? anil iSuouirus.
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 450 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now in Stock of my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDON'S SOAPS,
Pattey's Cold Cream,
English. Dalby's Carminative, British Oil, Roche's
Embrocation and cmorodyne
TILDEN A OO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS.
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
PlllS, AC. A8E.NT FOB
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT FOB 80 CT H CAROLINA FOB
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical instruments and Goods of foreign man?
ufacture imported to order.
My Dispensing Department la complete, em?
bracing all New Remedies.
A full assortment of Trusses and Bandages al?
ways on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy da," or night. jamowimly
Qxo?tritt* liquor*, #t.
6400 bushels Prime WJSFTE CORN? landing front
?s B coco uer J. H. Stickney .
jootj, ba shela Prime Feeding Oats.
150 b&lea Prime Hay.
Landing from steamship Wilmington. For aal?
by_. HERMANN BULWINELE,
apjjg ._ Kerr's Wharf.
?J O i t. I C O A L l ' C? ALE
00 tona beet Ec gi lah House COAL, ex-Lucy.
For sale cbeap while landing.
gBOULDERS! SHOULDERS I
86 boxea Prime Smoked SHOULDERS. For sale
by -HERMANN BUL WINKLE.
aprt _ . ?
J^ORTH CAROLINA - SEED RICE.
boshelB Heavy NORTH CAROLINA SEED
BICE. For sale by .? RAVENEL A CO.
Tg-AMS, SIDES, COFFEE, Ac.
60 tierces CHOICE S. c. BAHS, Brands ol
Davis, Ames, Whittaker's
76 hhds 0. B. Bao n Sldea and Shoulders
100 boxes D.A 0. B, Sides and Shoulders
360 sacks Corlee.
For sale low by
STEFFENS, WERNER A DUCKER.
mohl2-lmo_. : ?
1841. S DAVIS, JB.'S Jg??
CELEBRATED "DIAMOND" HAMS.
This old reliable brand ls now In its Thlrty-firsi1
year. It has given satisfaction for the evenness
and richness of its entina. Its patrons are to be
fouud in all part* or our .country; nor ls lt no*
known In the Canadas, England and France. >:
In I860 a First Premlnm was awarded by tie
Ohio State Board of Agriculture "fer. Ham cnretl
in 1846"-four years old 1 They are good, oidor
new. Tola season's core ls considered very sn*
bold by leading Grocers in principal cities.
?gA.GON, FLOUR, Ac
Choice BACON O. R, AND SHOULDERS,
Choice Dry Salt Heats,
Barrel Pork, Flab, .
Axle Grease, Ac, Ac
Choicest Brands WESTERN s, C. HAMS, can*
vasa ed. Also Breakfast Bacon constantly oar
We invite purchasers to examine our stock.
MACQUEEN A RIEGKE,
Nos. 31 and 28 Vendue Bange
pOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN
DY, LN ?. S. BONDED STORES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS. No. 110 EAST BAT,
Offer for sale from U. S. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDY
various vintages, la
Fifth casks '
_Cases of one dozen bottles each._
QE01CE WHITE MILLING CORN AND
FLOUR, LANSING THIS DAY.
MORDECAI A co.. No. no East Bay, offer for
sale invoices Choice WHITE HILLING COEN and ?
Extra FLOUR, landing this day. _
JJARMON1 'S SHERRY WINE. -t?
A. TOBIAS'SONS, No. 110 East Bay. offer for
sale an lr-voice of Choice HARMONY'S PALB
SHERRY WINE._A. TOBIAS' SONS.
QHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer roc -
sale an Invoice of Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di?
reot from Factory in Havana._
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. no East Bay, offer for
sale an Invoice of FIRE CRACKERS, landing this
T71NEGAB, PRUNE8, WHITE WINE,
V CLARET, Aa
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer Tor sale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White ?Wine, imported direct from
J?NGLI8H PORTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of Messrs. Edward *
George Hibben, or London, offer for sale Hibbert's
PORTER oand Bass's PALE ALE-pints and
"j^p^MNAL^'cE THE 0 H UR CHT
wo are prepared to famish the "HYMNAL" at
the lowest introduction prices. A variety.of
styles; prices from 40c, 600, 76o, $1, and up?
FOGARTYS BOOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW CATALOGUE, No. 26.
LIFE AND TIMES OF REV. JOHN WESLEY, by
Tyerman, Vol. 1, $2 60.
A new supply of Bishop Huntington's Helps to
a Holy Lent, $125
The Hidden Life or the Soul, from the French,
by toe au tn or of "A Dominican Artist," Ac, fl 70.
Trnth and Trust, Lessons of the War; four Ar
dent sermons by Henry Alford, D.D., $l.
Meditations on the Miracles br Christ, by Rev.
J. S. Howson, Dean or Chester, SI 50.
Legends of the Patriarchs and Prophets, by s.
Baring Gou.u, M. A, Si
Lamps, Pitchers and Tram acts, Lectores on the
Vocation of the Preacher, Illustrated by Anec?
dotes, Biographical, Historical and Elucidatory,
or every order of Pulpit Eloquence, from the
Great Preachers of all ages, by E. Paxton Hood,
two vi l?mes in one, $176.
Half Troths and Truth, Lectures on the Origin
and Development of Prevailing Forms of Un?
belief, considered In relation to the nature and
claims or the Christian System, by Rev. J. H. Han*
nlng, D. D., $2.
"Christ ls 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 Hrs.
Charlesworth. Red Line Edition, Beautifully illus?
trated, in one volume, small quarto, $4.
Hacduffs New Book, "Saint Paul in Rome,"'
the Teachings, Fellowships, and Dying Testimony
or the Great Apostle la the City ol the Csesars, by
J. K. Hacduff, D. D., $126.
Sermons for Sunday Evenings, London Religi?
ous Tract Society, $160.
Bede's Charity, by Hesba Stretton, anthor or
"Max Kramer," "Alone In London," Ac, $160.
Public and Parlor Readings, Prose and Poetry,
for the use or Reading Ciaos, Ac, by Monroe,
Science Record for 1872, a compendium of
Scientific Progress and Discovery dnrL g the past
year, with Illustrations, edited by H. A. Beach,
Heart-Throbs of Eminent Authors, complied by
Wm. Hardcastle Browne, A. H. $160.
The Southern Poems or the War, collected and
arranged by Miss Emily V. Mason, of Virginia, $2.
NEW NOVELS, Aa
Lo ve; s of Arden, by H. E. Braddon, 76c
Kate Beaumont, by J. W. De Forest, 76c ?4
Two Family Mothers, by Harle Sophie Schwartz.
?ow Will lt End? by Heywood, $160.
Hore Than She Could Bear, a Story of the;
Gachup?n War in Texas, by Hesper Benbow,.
Onght We to Visit Her f by Annie Thomas, $176.
The Sylvesters, by the author of "Kitty," Ac.,
The American Baron, by James DeMUle, $l so.
Poor Miss Finch, 50c.
Can the Old Lover by Boddington, 75c
Thc High Hills, by the author of "Gideon's
A Leaf In the Storm, by "Onida," 60c
MW New Novels and Light Literature received
by steamer every week.
mW Persons residing In the country will please
be%r in mind that by sending then* orders tans
for any books published In America, they-j-rtuflfc
charged only the price of the booL We BajUT
the postage or express.
FOG ARTIE1 S BOOK DEP081TOBx< ?
NO. 260 KING STREET (in the Bend,)
mchlS-tuths Charlearon. S. C.
NO. 379 KING STREET,
Has just returned from the North with a large
Stock or Goods, consisting of :
A large assortment or CHILDREN'S CAR?
RIAGES, ran ging ta price from f 4 to $26.
Ee ls also Agent for Colby's Celebrated "Little
Washer and Clothes Wringer," thfe most perfect
and cheapest in use, which he sells at manufac
turers' price- Call and examine for yomself.
mch22 fm w2mo