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-NO. 149 East Bay, Charlee tot
FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1872.
aa- Mr. WILLIAM E. SIMMONS, Jr.,
travelling agent for THE NEWS, fer
NEWS OE THE DAT.
-Gold, at New York, closed at 10}a)
-The New York cotton market "eic*
up'.unda 23? cents; Bales 633 bales.
-At Liverpool cotton closed steady; i
ll jail jd.; sales 15,000 bale?. * -
-In England 3500 new books are i
have appeared last year.
-Women are now admitted to fifty.
-All but one of. Queen Victoria's, \w
walling ace widows. ^ ; UM
.<?!%veig}tmlry9B manufactured to t
extend now*.' and fi qujgi&blonaifeii
York and Philadelphia.
-Thiers and Arnim will eoon corni
negotiations for the complete ?vacuai
the French territory by the German troo
-Plain gold sleeve studs, rounded
bu ti oin, and without chas lug- or jae no,
ai?jheiati^tW*el$y ia' that Une.. I ?\i
-A Topeka, Kansas, merchant ls si
have killed two birds with one stone, h
ting out a sign, "John Smith, dry goods;
es to marry."
-The Pope has refused to receive the
of money which wai offered to him t
Italian government. His Holiness, In di
lng the gift,* declared that when lt be
necessary for him to accept alms as a m
ofloislntuninJ'Bfibtfstence he worfd on'i
celve them from the Catholic world.
-The Indefatigable Mrs. Myra Gainei
lost one suit in New Orleans and ga
four. The court, In the decision of the
cast, 'declares.. Mrs. .Gaines, the legi Ur.
to all the "rights existing In the said Da
Clarke at the time of his death." The a
declaration^ waff made -by -the-xocrts y.
ago, and the suits still went on from coui
court. Ic remains %o be seen if the reeou.
of the law are at last exhausted. *
-g-jsm-x Iffly ?W' tltat-tHe objec
the visit of the Queen to Germany* wonga
terj.^ply to seek her, half,sister, the Prlnc
Hohenl?he-La?genbttrg, ls really to hush
the scandal which threatens the royal tam
The aftf^TB that Prince Teck1; acta of Trii
Alexander, of Wurtembarg, has been acct
panied lu his travels by a well known acifc
that 5i% .'Princess te ak, .Princess jfery,
Cambage, who was born In 1833, and whe
four vears .the senior of he c. husband, was
enraged thereby tbat>be' was; ?bouf'to ' api
?QT a divorce, to prevent which her Majes
went to Baden.
-A dispatch from Albany, New York, s
nouncesthe death, in that city, on Mond
night, of Hon. Erastus Corning, after a loi
Illness. Mr. ' Corning. waa lor many years t
lore the war prominent iii the D''"''^ 0f ]
W^S^^j ?nd served "as'a repi
T60^^. of the Whig party in both the Sti
and National Legislatures. He was also
one time president of the New York Cen ti
Railroad Company. He possessed a very co
ald?rabie Tor tune, and pf late years has c
voted large sums to educational and cbarltat
purposes, especially In connection with I
Protestant Episcopal Church, of which he w
a member. -
-On a telegraphic hint from New York i
qulry has been made in London concern?!
the pretended rumors, of Victoria's abdicatlc
and there can be no doubt the whole story
the purest fabrication. There ls not ti
eil gli te st foundation or pretence for su?a,
r?morlh?nything published or currently r
ported here. The continental corresponden
of London Journals fina a prolific subject!
ridicule in the stories which' German ai
French newspapers Indulge concerning tl
Queen's visit to Baden Baden, Us object ai
possible results, but even the wildest of the
romancers has not hinted at,Victoria's abdic
-A Washington dispatch says: -'It
learned that within a few days Senator Trui
bull has given his unequivocal adhesion to tl
Cincinnati Convention in several letters, ot
or two of which wilt doubtless appear in pr!
at distant points before the meeting of tb
convention. The president of the Misson
Liberal Convention, who will call the Clncii
natl one to order, has Just returned from tl
West, and reports that complete arrangemen
have been made; lor the meeting of the' coi
ventlon: on Wednesday, the 1st of May, ac
that the attendance will be very large. Tb
New York, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Illino
and Missouri delegations will be composed <
large numbers of the leading Republicans <
those States, and Include many whose name
hafe/if?t yet-appeared in the published list
Senator Sumner's open declaration in suppoi
.of the-new movement is now dally expected,
-A well informed planter writes from Ml<
die Georgia: "Planting is very, very bael
ward. The bulk of the corn-planting is jiu
through with. Generally, by this time,
great deal of corn ls up and growing wei
But little of the cotton land ls prepared, an
lt ls doubtful when it can be-for, as I hav
already Intimated, it ls now raining, and Uk?
Jy to rain. If such weather ls prevailing ai
over the cotton region, another short ero;
will be the Inevitable result. It ls too lal
ta. prepare for a large- crop, and if one bi
'plihrtfd, ?f^w?ll be oh unbroken land, which
of course, must fall short in the yield. Add t<
all this the theory that'only a given quanti!]
of rain falls from one autumn to another, and
that since last autumn more than half the
quantity allowed has comedown, thuB paving
the'way-for droughts during the summer, and
-Oneof the mo3t valuable ieatures of the
Prusaoa--military system 1B the complete de
c^tratrxaUottwhlch has been attained in the
distribution of official duties; whereby all un?
important details are properly attended to
without trouble or reference to the superior
officers. Thus the work of armies goes on
unencumbered by red tape restrictions, and
where faults are detected there is no difficulty
in fastening the responsibility precisely where
it belongs. Colonel Chesney, an English
officer, who was recently in Germany oa-an
0 facial mission, in a lecture delivered at Alder?
shot, described a visit to the chlel of tbe staff
01 one of the most noted generals who
was stationed in newly-acquired territo?
ry. He found him skilful in the theory ol his
profession, master of every detail of every
arm over which he had to watch, and respon?
sible to his chief for tire ^working ol an army
corps In its full strength, quartered In a politi?
cally hostile country, without martial law,
and with duties that would oblige him to com?
municate officially not only with the heads of
departments in the oorps itself, but with, nu?
merous French and German civilians. Yet, al?
though he really controlled the motions' of
25,000 soldiers, he had but three.let tera on his
t ble to answer, and two to look over, all rou?
tine business having been attended to without
reference to ulm by thoroughly instructed
subordinate officers.. During' the war, but
few mistakes were made by the Prussian staff
officiers, the perfect system of decentraliza?
tion pursued leaving them leisure to consider
their own specific duties without being har?
assed and perplexed in regard to details.
The International Association.
I Sounds come to ns from abroad of a pro?
clamation of war by the "friends of order"
against the International Workingmen's
Association. In a very grandiloquent cir?
cular note of the Spanish Minister of State
to tbe representatives of Spain in foreign
countries, the late debate in the Cortes OD
the Internationale ie described as "one of
"the most important ever sustained in any
"legislative assembly," and the association
which bas had the honor or eliciting this
"grave debate" is one whose "powerful and
"formidable organization'' and rapid de?
velopment within a few years "invite the
"serions attention of all who are interested
in the preservation of social order." . .
This society, with so extensive a pro?
gramme-the overthorow of all existing
things-bos' accordingly been outlawed by
the. Government of Spain. France seems
rapidly following in the wake of her southern
neighbor. The first o?anse of a bill prohibit?
ing any International Association of work?
men for the parp?se ol organizing strikes,
"or the abolition of the rights of property,
"family, country, or the creeds recognized
"by r:th'e State," was passed by the French
Assembly, on Wednesday last, by a large
majority. In vain did M. Jales Favre point
ont the injustice and dangerous character
of such legislation-in vain did M. Louis
Blanc protest that the doctrine of ..the
"fatality of misery" which was laid down by
tbeusommittee would strengthen socialism.
The majority of the Assembly was bent OD
avenging itself on the Internationale; and
thus committed the stnpid blander of mak?
ing that association the representative of
the fight Of laborers to combine for the par?
p?se of raising their wages; ' The feeling of
dist rus t and enmity already exis t i ng bet weeD
the capitalist and artisan classes in France
will certainly be intensified by this measure;
while workmen who have hitherto held aloof
fromitbe Internationale will, be driven into
sympathy with an association which ls per
With the London Examiner, we look opon
-tiese repreasive measures as very dangerous
ind very UDjust, U liberty bas any meanlsg
it all, it is violated by a denial of the right
of combination Tor any purpose whatever,
consistent with the equal liberty of others,
ff the Internationale bas proclaimed war on
;he rights of property as at present esta?
blished, so-long as that war is carried on by
io endeavor to convert others to its views,
Us tyrannical to interfere with it. We are
ar from being enamored of tye economical
?iews of Dr. T,The expropriation of
"the expropriators" bas np charms for us;
and, if attempted by violence, should be re?
sisted by the whole power, of the State.
Our economical ideal is to be found in a very
different direction to that, which is Indicated
by the manifestoes of the Internationale,
bar hope is la the growth of prudential
checks to population, and the acquisition by
the laboring classes of capital of their own.
In this way the existence of capitalists, as a
separate class, woald gradually pass away,
and the organization of industry would, pass
into the hands of the workers. With these
changes, and some others, the whole face of
the industrial wond would be transfigured;
and poverty, instead of being the normal
condition of a large section of the people,
would be au altogether exceptional thing,
the result of individual misfortune or mis?
conduct. We believe Ibis attainable with?
out any violent measures, and are not dis?
posed to look upon any programme in which
"expropriation" bas aplace with favor. But
for the very reason that we think the politi?
cal economy of the Internationale unsound
and mischievous, we condemn any interven?
tion of the State in order to stifle its discus?
sion or prevent association of its adherents.
The canse which has truth and justice on
its side needs no State patronage The
economic fallacies of the Internationale will
be rather strengthened than weakened by
the attempt of go ve rn men ta to prevent their
being openly debated ; while, if they were
allowed fair play, they would be Blain by
argument-the only way in which they can
be slain so that they have no resurrection.
The Darlington Election.
The Radical papers are raising a shoot
over the result of the municipal election la
Darlington, which they claim as the first
Republican victory in that town. We depre?
cate the introduction of questions of party
into local elections, and know that the Dar?
lington election bad no other purpose than
the placing of trustworthy citizens in office
As, however, the Radicals insist that they
triumphed, it is due to the people of Darling?
ton to say, os we have ample authority for
saying, that the newly elected intendant, Mr.
Hines, is a staunch Conservative Democrat,
and has never been anything else. We can
stand this kind of defeat amil the crack ol
doom. ; '
The Horns of the Dilemma.
The Nation, in a long article, examines
the condition of the South, and shows
that its losses, by the war, amounted
to $5,262,303,554, which is about twice the
assessed value of all Southern property in
1860, exclusive of slaves. Five-eighths ol
Southern property is gone, and the tax?e
upon the remainder are "four times that
"opon the original property before the war.'
In conclusion, it says:
.'Seven years have gone over since the close
of the war, and, instead ol occupying thlf
precious season wi th endeavors 10 re-es tai] ?sh
prosperity and to sow the seeds of a:peace
Whlcb^n another generttlori,. would orJpen
Into good-win and forgetfulness, we have
averted our eyes lrom the whole problem, re?
fused to listen to the complaints of men whose
hands we have tied, and have fallen back upon
the" lazy belief that'lb"'some' way this, great
country is bound to go tbrongb. The uncon?
scious syllogism workingin the indolent North?
ern mind seems to be : (Things aire?o doubt
'very bad-how bad, we haven't the time or
* the.inclination to ascertain, Examination, pf
such' unpleasant matters, If a duty at all, ls a
' disagreeable one. After all, the rebels have
_lmade their own bed, and they must lie in lt.' ?
Perhaps their, sufferings are only the just pun?
ishment of their crimes ; but at any rate, there
can be no reason for giving over the criminals
into the hands of the carpet-baggers. What |
services have these persons rendered the
country that we should grant them ihe monop?
oly of robbing iebels ? It would be better to
levy tribute-money, and get some national
advantage/from the merciless exactions In?
flicted upon the Southern people. Let us
make up our minds one way or the other-do
we or do we not propose further to punish, the
rebel States fot their rebellion ? ir we do, let
us at once proceed to devise some Intelligent
means for that purpose. If we do not, let us
make haste to protect society from the rava
ges of ignorance and rapacity, or give society
the means to protect Itself. We thought.lt
worth four years of war to retain the Soulhern
States in the Union, now we hardly deem it
worth an act of Congress to preserve them."
fm-HEE PRICE OF HEALTH, LIKE
that of liberty, ls eternal vigilance. Tte vapor
laden air or spring exercises a depressing mun- J
lenee on the vital powers, The strongest feel
' ttiis devitalizing effect; the weak: are prostrated
by lt. Everybody ls more or leas debilitated this
season, and the feeble instinctively seek the help
of medicina Unfortunately, the "remedy" re?
sorted to sometimes; aggravates the mischief.
Raw stimulants are eminently pernicious in such
cases, and drastic, cathartics about aa bad. The
vital principle needs succor and support, and a
reinforcing preparation that will tone and rouse,
while lt regulates and purines the system, ls the
medicine that nature demands. AU the medici?
nal elements required for snch emergencies are
combined In HOsTE rTER'S STOMACH BITTERS
the pnrest and most efficacious vegetable elixir
that the World has ever known. Ie ls a mild
stimulant, a powerful tonic, an unequalled appe?
tizer, an ansolnte specific for diseased digestion,
a wonderful nervine, a moderate cathartic, a
remedy for liver complaints and periodic fevers,
a cure for cen st (patton, a specific for rheumatism,
! of essential use In all ailments to which the feeb?
ler sex are subject, and as a general household
medicine unequalled and nnapproaohed. These
are the properties which have made HOSTET
TEE'S BITTERS famous everywhere. See to it,
however, that yon have the true article, for the
land is infested with swarms of local bitters
made, from condemned liquors and worthless
drags, which greedy wretches who speculate on
human, life recommend as panaceas for every lil
that cesh ia heir to. Beware of the charlatans
and their poisons. ? aprS-mwfBDW
DUNNE-CORCORAN.-At home, on" tte~?ven
in? or the 3la t ultim J. by. .th? Rev. John Moore,
D. D., Mr. w. M. Dtmira lo Miss M. E. CORCORAN!
both of this etty. -Ko cards *
i fm* CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
CHARLESTO?^'?Wm Kew York, are notified that
she ls discharging cargo Tuls DAY at A?1*?''*
Sooth Wharf, floods uncalled for at sunset
will remain on the wharf at owners' rUk.
apria l JAMES A DAER A CO.. Agents.
THE CHARLESTON, CHARITA
BLE ASSOCIATION, for the Benefit of the Free
School Ftmi-Official Raffle Numbers:
? ?LASS KO. 447-MOHKlK?'.
CLASS No. 448-EVENING ,
As witness our aands at Charleston this nth
day ol Apr?, 1872.
JAMES GILLI LAND, .
aprl2 Sworn Commissioners.
TRY THE DOLLAR REWARD
SOAP in the bath; lt.leaveB.the skin csol, smooth
and soft, and once used, you will never do with?
out it ror this jKirpose.
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
Agenta Charleston, S. Oj
?&*TRE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
TRUST COMPANY-SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
Depositors are requested to leave their books on
and after the 1st April proximo, to be credited
with the quarter.y interest then due.
AU Deposits made on before the 20th April
wUl bear interest from lat April.
Interest (8) Six Per Cent, compounded quarterly.
mch25-mwfl2 F. A. MITCHELL, Cashier,
fm* NOTICE.-THE BRITISH 3ARK
ANEVOCA, Hugh Williams, Master, from Car?
diff, has this day entered under the Five Da.y Act.
All goods not Permitted at the expiration of that
time, will be sent to Public Stores.
April 8, 1872-5_HENRY CARD, Agent.
^SB-BURNHAM'S SUPERIOR YEAST
POWDEKS.-Having USP.? Yeast Powder In our
families ror several y^ars, we give a decided pref?
erence above all others to that prepared by
EDWARD S. BURNHAM, Graduate or Pharmacy,
No. 421 E ng street, near Calhoun street, Charles?
ton, S. C. : King Mansion Boarding House, Julius
Petsch, B. C. Webb, George L. Holmes, George S.
Pelzer, M. D., John T. wightman, D. D., William
Smith, Master Machinist,.S. C. R. R.
fm* O N MARRIAGE.
Happy relier for Young Men from the effects
of Errors aud Abuses In early life. Manhood re?
stored. Nervous debiUty cured. Impedimenta
to Marriage removed. New method of treat?
ment. New and,remarkable remedies. BOOKS
and Circulars sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South
Ninth street Philadelphia. Pa. ocr 12
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
PUBLIC LANDS.-The Board of Commissioners or
Public Lands will, at its next meeting, tobe held
on WEDNESDAY EVENING next, the 17th Instant,
consider Proposals for Furnishing the Institu?
tions under their charge with CORN, Grist, Meal,
Peas, Ac. Persons apply mg will state the-num?
ber of pounds they propose to furnish to the
bushel. By order or the Board.
J. M. F. DEREEF,
aprl2-fmw3 Secretary B. C. P. L.
^TREASURY OFFICE, CITY HALL,
APRIL 8,1872.-This office will be open from 9 A,
M. THIS DAT to 2 P. M. dally to and to Include
the 30lh Instant, for payment of all Interest due
upon the city debt known as City Stock, except
SATURDAYS, upon which transfers of Stock wUl
For the first five day a priority in payment will be
given parties pay lc g tases to the city In part or
whole with the Bama AU payments ol Interes t wlU
he made by check, tobe cashed at front desk of
this erflee, and where interest ls sufficient ror taxes
they balance at par, but where less the penalty
Bhai; attach on deficiency or difference, though
paid in currency, In conformity with ordinance.
P. J. COOGAN,
aprs-20 City Treasurer.
60tons Ko. 1 PERUVIAN (Chincha Island)
For sale by HERMANN BULWINKLE,
apr4 Kerr's Wharf.
gUBVTVOBSg j A SB O Ol ATI ON j OP j
The Sixth Anniversary Meeting will be beld at
the Hull of the Charleston Library Society Trna
? DAT, the 12ta Instant, at 1 o'clock P. M.
THOMAS McCRAL-Y, Secretary.
The Anniversary Supper will be served at the
Hibernian Hall at half-past 7 o'clock P. M.
COMMUTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
THEODORE G. BARKER, Chairman.
F. W. DAWSON,
A. W. MARSHALL, Jr.,
JAMES ARMSTRONG, Jr.,
DANIEL RAVENEli, Jr.
From whom Tickets may be had. [ a pm
WASHINGTON LODGE, No. 1, INDE
PENDENT. ORDER OF Q?OD TEMPLARS.
The Regular. Weekly Meeting will be held THIS
(Friday) EVENING, 12th instant, at Temperance
I Hail, over N. M. Porter's store, King, near Mar?
ket sreet, at 8 o'clock.
By order W. C. T. HENRY SONNTAG,
aprl2 _.__W. R.S.
T O. O. F-MARION LODGE, No 2.
j I, The Regular Weekly Meeting of this Ledge
i wm b? held THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
: . ROBT. C. STARR,
BROTHERLY ASSOCIATION.- THE
Twenty-third Annual Meeting will be
held THIS DAT, the 12th April, at the usual p.ace,
at 12 o'clock M. By ord - r.
J SO. N. GREGG,
PEOPLE'S SAVINGS INSTITUTE.
The Board of Trustees will meet Tars
(Friday) AFTERNOON, at the People's Bank, at 6
o'c ock. HENRY S. G HIGGS,
CHARLESTON STEAM FIRE ENGI?
NEERS' ASSOCIATION.-Attend Regular I
Meeting. THIS EVENING, 12th instant, at Alina
Hail ai 6 o clock.
By order of President C. C. WIGHTMAN.
J. P. DkVEAUX,
apr!2_Secretary and Treasurer,
ATTENTION 1 WASBINGTON LIGHT
INFANTRY RIFLE CLUB.-In consequence
01 Anniversary Celebration on the I810, tne
Meeting for Election or Officers will be held THIS
By order. W. W. SIMONS,
aprl2 Secretary and Treasurer W. L. I. H. C.
ATTENTION ! PALMETTO GUARD
RIFLEOL?R-An Extra Meeting and Drill
wm be held at Archer's Hail, THIS EVENING, at
half-past 7 o'clock. A fall and punctual atten?
dance U required as Anal report will be made.
The com mt; iee iM furnish tickets for the Parade,
and members are requested to come prepared.
By order President.
A. S. DOUGLAS,
aprl2_Secretary and Treasnrer.
SUMTER RIFLE CLUB.-ASSEMBLE
at Archer's Hall To-MoRBOw, the 18ih in?
stant, ats A.M., in Full Uniform (white pants)
for Anniversary Parade. '
By order. W. M. BRUN?,
. . Secretary and Treasurer,
The Anniversary Meeting will be held at Wil?
son's Hall In the EVENING, after return from
aprl2-2_Secretary and Treasurer.
OFFICE OF ENTERPRISE RAILROAD
i COMPANY,. No. 64 BKOAD STREET. -.
CHARLkSTON, S. a, APRIL. Sm, 1872.-The An?
nual Heeling or the stockholders tn the Enter?
prise Railroad wUl be held at Hall of Bank of
Charleston, on WEDNESDAY, the 17 tn day of April,
1872, at ll O'Clock AM.
aprio WILLIAM McKISLAY, Secretary.
T/T7ANTED, A NORSE; MOST COME
V V well recommended. Apply at No. 27
Hasel street. ' * _apri2-l*
ANo. 1 CLEANING OF GENTLEMEN'S
- coats, Panrs.jand f iremen'B Uniform." dode
at'OTTO BONN TAG'S, Dyer, ? Wentworth street.
near Artesian Well/_aprl2-l?
WANTED, A YOUNG MAN A8 CLEBK j
In a wholesale store, Must write a good I
hand, and bring good reference. Apply at tins
DAMAGED CLOTHING RENEWED IN
lots of 25, 60 and 100 pieces, at reasonable
terms, at'OTTO SONNTAG'S, W?ntworth'street,
r.?ar Artesian Well. sp l?-l*
WANTED, A COMPETENT COLORED
child's nure ard house servant, ?ppl?. ?
cants muBt bring recommendation* Ab??v at
No. 3 Orange street. . spr??a*
GI ET Y?UB WINTER COATS, VESTS
X and Pants cleaned, before laying away, at
OHO SONNTAG'S, Dyer, Wentworth street, near
j?rfe>lao well. aprl2-l*
WANTED, A WBITE NURSE. APPLY
at No. SS Amherst street, second house
east of Nassau street, to THOS. H. DEWE ?a.
PREPARE YOUR COATS, PANTS, Ac.,
for moths, and get them nicely cleaned at
uTTO SON.NTAG'S, Wentworth street, near Arte?
sian Well. aprl2-l*
WANTED, SEVERAL SMART FEMALE
. Assistants; a so, Sewing Machine opera?
tor, at AR. H^R'S Wholesale and Retatl Notion
and Fancy Bai ' .ar, No. E63 King street.
AYOUNG LADY WISHES A SIT?A
1103 as Teacher of the English Branches
tn a healthy section of country. Address ''J.,"
through Charleston P. 0. mch2? '.'a
WANTED TO RENT, A SMALL
HOUSE BultaUd for t small family, in or
near the centra,'. part of the city. For such the
owne^ ;tfU flud a reliable and permanent tenant
uv addressing P. 0, Box 883, Charleston, S. 0.
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a BmaU House In the central or western
part of tbecity. Address "Q," at this office, stat
ing location, terms, ac._ feb8
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warranted
Sewing Machine In the market ls the HOME SHUT?
TLE, price $26 and $37. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency, No. 265 King street, corner Beaufaln
I street. T. L, BlaSELL._Janl2-Smos
WANTED, A SOUTHERN LADY TO
YT teach in a family. One required compe?
tent to teach the higher branches of Engiieh,
Music and Drawing. Reference as to competen?
cy and character required. Address Dr. A. H.
JOHNSON, Bamberg P. 0., South Carolina Rail?
road. Informatlou can 00 Dad frum Messrs.
Pt-LZER, ROOGEKS A CO., Or E. L. HALSEY,
Charleston, s. u. m cn 13
Cost ano -forma.
L~OST, A PAIB?TG?LD SPECTACLES
In dark morocco case. Owners name p aln
ly marked on them. A suitable reward will be
paid If left at thia office._aprl2 1?
DROPPED LAST NIGHT, NEAR THE
Theatre, a Pocketbook contalng abont $70
01 $75 in currency, and $700 in Notes payable to
0. LEE. A reward of $25 will be paid ror its re?
covery at thia office. aprl2-l?
X also. Tamarinds and all 4tlnda of Nuts.
ap ri 2-1?
FOB SALE, BUILDING LOTS JN CHAR?
LOTTE street. Apply at No. GI Charlotte
EOR SALE, A HORSE-POWEB GKIST
M LL, in perfect condition; sold on accom?
modating terms. Apply at tue Friend street
Grist Ulli. aprio-wfi*.
FOR SALE OB TO BENT, A TWO AND
a Halt story House and Kitchen, and a
double Tenement In the rear, No. 504 King street.
Apply to J. BRADY, No. 78 King street.
Wo are prepared to furnish VEGETABLE
BOXES of superior quality lu any quantity re?
quired, or the materials which farmers can put
samples at our Office, North Atlantic Wharf.
anrio-wfms PINCKNEY BROTHERS.
STREET, with i-lx rooms; to an approved
yearly it-naut rent wiil be low. Apply at No. 2
Aiken's row._aP' ?2-1*
TO RENT, A LARGE HOUSE ON SUL?
LIVAN'S ISLAND, pleasantly located, be?
tween Middle street and Iront beach, east of Fort
Moultrie. Apply at No. 120 King street.
TO RENT FOR THE SEASON. A
HOUSE on Sullivan's Island, pleasantly
situated on back beach. The house contains nine
rooms, and brick cistern attached. Apply to A.
00LDSMITH, Vendue Range. mcbso
? ??. .'i ...UJ-Efl .-i-, n*~ n^?f\>i_rLi-Ln.n.nj-Lrxfij--LrL-L_
^OA? E(rM O Pg! M US I G.
THE EVENT OF THE'WFEK.
Benefit and Last Appearance bat two of the
Talented and Girted Artists Mr. and Mrs.
J UNI U 8 BBUTU8 BOOTH,
Grand Double Bill I Two Shakespearian Plays 1
Tragedy and Comedy I
THIS (Friday) EVENING, APRIL 12TH,
ROMEO AND JULIET.
Mr J. B. BpOTH.as..ROMEO.
Mrs. 3. B. BOOTH as.JCLIRT.
Mr. L. R Sn EWELL as...MBKCCTIO.
- And Shakespeare's Amusing Comedy or
THE TAMING OF THE SHREW.
KATHERINE.Mrs. J. B. BOOTH.
PBTBtrcHio.Mr. J. R? BOOTH.
SATURDAY MATINES-Flr=t time In many years
of the Great Emotional' Play of the STRANGER.
SATURDAY (Last) NIGHT-RICHELIEU.
^CADEMY OF MUSIC.
THE SOUTHERN FAVORITES ARE COMING.
CAPTAIN GEORGE T. SHAW........ Manager.
FUN ! FUN ! FUN ! BOARS OF LAUGHTER.
MARTINE TT I-RAVEL
BALLET AND PANTOMINE TROUPE OF FRENCH
FOR FOUR NIGHTS,
AND ONE GRAND FAMILY MATINEE,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Evenings, April is, is, 17 and 18, when
will ne preseated the Serlo Comic
Jocko, the Brazilian Ape.Pani Martinetti,
Song and Dance:.Master Ignacio.
Ballad Dlvertisement-M'lle Desiree, Premier
w. A. Huntley, the greatest Banjo artist in
America, will appear.
- TJ conclude with their new Fairy Trick Panto
PAT-A-CAKE, PAT-AOAKE, BAKER'S MAN.
With other grand features, Beautirol Ballets,
Sensational Gymnastic Acta. lorant Wonders.
Songa, Dances, Graceful Groupings, Ac Grand
change of bill each night.
Prices as asnal Saie Of Reserved Seats at Box
Offl'.e every day? commencing Saturday, April 13.
Doors open at 7; commence at 8.
Matinee Wednesday Afternoon. Doors open at
2: commence ats.
aprl2-6 ? GEO. W. HUNTLEY, Agent.
CHARLESTON GERMAN SCHUETZENFEST
APRIL 22, 28, 24, 25 and ?6, 1872.
. MONDAY, APRIL 22.
1. At 6 o'clock A. M. the Festival will be an?
nounced by a Balate or twelve guns. Immedi?
ately after, the Riflemen will assemble at their
headquarters, Llndstedt's Hall.
2. At 7 o'clock the King will be escorted to the
headquarters and the Une formed; parade
through the city via Ring, Broad, East Bay? Max
ket and Meeting streets to the Sooth Carolina
1 a Announcement of the approaching procession
toward the restive grounds with a s?late of
twelve gane. 1
4. After arriving on the grounds the President
or tue cinb, Captain A. MEL J HE RS, will, greet
the visiting and participating .'Societies, receive
their banners,* and Invite all to ii banquet.
5. Distribution or numbers foi* Eagle Shooting,
e. Prize Target Shooting for gentlemen from 12
M. to 4 o'clock P. M. Prize Target Shooting for
ladles from 1 to 4 o'clock P. M. Dancing from 12
M. to 7 o'clock P. M.
7. General Amusements, viz: Nlne-p!n Alleys,
Gymnastics, Singing, italian Music, Race Ban?
ning, Balloons, MUK Feeding, Sogar Eating,
Molasses Diving, Sack Bunning, Greased Pole,
",;ving Trapeze, Ac, ?tc,
rrjgfc^AT, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
APRIL 28, 24 AND 26.
1. The RI fl :mCn ffiet3t at tne Sch u tzenplatz.
? Prize Target s?VWUog ?or gentlemen from 9 |
O'Clock A. M. to 4 P. M.
Pilas Target Shooting tor* Jamies from 1 to 4
o'clock P. M.
The Shooting at the Eagle tokes plaoe rrom 0.30 ?
o'clock to 4. andtheTar;-^ *?<* **1?*-\
toi o'clock P. M.
3. Danolng from 12 M. to 7 P. M.
4. General Amusements as on Monday,.
FRIDAY, APRIL 20.
1. The Riflemen meet at the schutzenplatz.
2. The Shooting begins as on former days.
3. AU firing wUl cease this day at l o'clock
4. Coronation ot the new King and distribu?
tion of Prizes at 4 o'clock P. M., with appropriate
remarks by the orator or the day.
6. General Amusements as on former days.
6. Grand Ball from 12 M. to 7 o'clock P. M. .
7. At the conclusion of the Festivities, a salute
of three guns will he fired. . aprl-mwseawnli.
The Morint Pleasant and Sullivan's Island Ferry
Company offer to take Sunday-School Children
and their Teachers to and rrom Mount Pleasant
at TEN (10)CENTS each, and parents of ihe Chil?
dren and Visitors at TWENTY-FIVE (25) CENTS
Arrangements can be made at No. 38 Broad
street With HUTS ON LEE,
apr3-wlm5 Secretary and Treasurer.
pIONICS 1 MAROONS I
OFFICE MOUNT PLEASANT AND SULLIVAN'S)
ISLAND FERRY COMPANY,
_ No. 36 BROAD ?STREET, April I, 1872. J.
PICNIC PARTIES desirous of availing them?
selves of the magnificent Oak Groves at Mount
Pleasant can make satisfactory arrangements
for transportation at this office.
apr3-wftn5 Secretary and Treasurer.
Sr m ouais.
REMOVAL OF THE "OFFICE OF THE
HOME SHUTTLE SEWING MAU HINE.-The
uillce or the above Unequa led Machine has been
removed from No. 61 Hasel street, to WhUden's,
No. 25? King street, corner of Beaafaln. AU la
want of SEWING MACHINES wlU do well, before
purchasing, to see the llome Shuttle, the cheap?
est and best. Price $25 and $37.
aprl-12 T. L. BIssELL, General Agent.
Sera mg i??ailjines.
HE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER A WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machines
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repainug done promptly.
WHY IE ? BARRAL,
apr5-lyr _No. 209 Klug street.
rjlHE UNEQUALLED MACHINE.
The HOME 8BUTTLE uses the Straight Needle,
makes the lock stitch, (alike on both sides,) has
seir-adJustlDg tension, and ls. the only first class
low price Sewing Machine in the market adapted
fur every variety of sewing from muslins to
heaviest cloths. Price $25 and (37.
Agenta wanted. Send stamp for circular and
sample or Sewing. T. L. BISSELL,
janll-fmwemo_Charleston. 8. O.
CCopartnererjips ana ?issointionf.
existing nuder the firm name of BALL,
BLACK A CO, la this day dissolved by mutual
consent. Either partner wUl sign ta settlement,
of the business. _
(Signed) HENRY BALL,
lo.gue ; WM. BLACK. .
March 1, 1872. WM. D. BLACK.
In announcing the above dtsaolutloo, BALL,
BLACK A CO. inform their friends and the pubUc
that they intend io closeout their entire stock
with as little delay as possible, and at prices that
will be an inducement for all tj parchase rrom
They have also a very large stock or unset
stones-Diamond*, Emeralds, Robles, Cameos,
Ac-which they will set, to order, at unusually
low rates. Their manufactory fur Silverware
will be continued to enable them to meet any de
manda in that Une. No. 665 and 667 BROADWAY,
New York. july 18 lyr
ONG OF THE
ECONOMICAL HOUSEKEEPER I
"Although all dealers say they sell
The very.yery best,
Not any Tea, like WILSON'S,
Will stand a lasting, test;
And I nave tried it long enougb,
Upon a frugal pian,
To find lt ls the only Tea
To cheer np my good man."
TEAS! TEAS 1 TEAS 1
TEAS! TEAS ! TEAS !
TEAS! TEAS.! TEAS h
TEAS 1 TEAS! TEAS !
TEAS! TEAS ! TEAS!
WILSON'S I WILSON'S I WILSONS !
WILSON'S ! WILSON'S ! WILSON'S !
WILSON'S ! WILSON'S 1 WILSON'S !
WILSON'S ! WILSON'S ! WILSON'S 1
WILSON'S.! WILSON'S I WILSON'S I
306 KING STREET.
306 KINO STREET.
?06 KING STREET.
:.05 KING STREET.
306 KING STREET.
On hand and still arriving the largest and bert
STOCK OF TEAS
To be found In
These TEAS are New Crop, received direct Tia
Isthmus to this
C I TY!
We are offering TEAS at the following low
prices, owing to the anticipated decline in duties:
TEAS, Green and ? Black, sold elsewhere at eoe,
we sell at soc per lb.
TEAS, Green and Blaok, sold elsewhere at soo.,
we sell at eoe. per lb.
GUNPOWDER, a nice article, sold, elsewhere at
$125, wo sell at $i.
We ean and do offer a better TEA at $140 per
lb. than can, be sold, by other dealers lor ase. a
pound advance. Our motto, "Quick sales.' and
small proflu," has placed, ns In the van among
the Grocers of Charleston, and ve in tend to keep
there. Oar sales are Increasing, and we guaran?
tee the quality of our goods.
03- Remember i
W I L S O N B B O 8.,
No. 304 KINO STREET,
MW ls tbe place to boy your Teas. -s?
JUST RECEIVED, ?
A Large Assortment of -
FINE GLASSWARE, KEROSENE LAMPS
AND SHADES OF ALL KINDS.
Also, a Pull and ^eU-Selected Stock,of
GROCERIES, PROylb'IQNS, 40, .
Choice s. 0. HAMS, STRIPS and SHOULDERS
Extra Fulton Market Beef
No. i Mackerel
Choice Salmon and n ali butties
Extra Goshen Butter and Cheese
Sugars of all Grades
Raisins, Almonds, Figs, Currants, Preserves, Ac
I have on hand a Fall Stock of BRANDIES,
wines, Whiskey, Ac, which I am prepared to sell
at Wholesale or Retail.
Orders from the Country will receive prosnpt
attention, by addressing letter to Poatoffl.ce Key
Box Nc. 248."
AU goods delivered to any portion of the city
free or charge. ..... D. FITZ GIBBON, .
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets.
<Ea nc ano nai.
JJIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
Tue Exercises of this Institution will be re
sumed on MONDAY next, the 15 h instant.
Terms iio per quarter.
VIRGIL 0. DIBBLE, A. M.,
apr8-mwfRmtu a .. Principal.
ESTATE OF B. M. S C H I PM A N.
Notice ls hereby given that the undersigned
wilt apply, on the 22d of April next, to the Hon.
GEO. BUIST, Judge of Probate for Charleston
County, lora Anal discharge and letters dismlfl
sory as Administrator of said estate.
W. N. JONES,
THE ST AIE OF SOUTH OABOLINA,
COUNTY OF CHARLESTON-Court O? Com?
mun Pleas.-CHARLE D. FARRAR, Plaint irr,
against JOHN B. (JOHKS and WILLUM CADOW,
Defendants-Copy Summons for Money Demand
-[Complaint not served.]
To JOHN B. COURS and WILLIAM CADOW, the
Defendants in this actf.on: You are hereby sum?
moned and i i quired to answer the complaint
in this action, which ls flied in the office of the
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for tbe said
County, and to serve a copy of your answer on
the subscribers at tbelr office, No. 21 Bfoad street,
Chaneatoo, S. C., within twenty days alter the
service of this summons on you, exclusive or the
day of service.
If you fall to answer this complaint w.thin the
time aforesaid, the plain ti tr will take judgment
against you for the Bum of Fourteen Hundred
and Thirty-seven ll-ioo Dollars, wlih interest at
the rate ol seven per cent, per annum, from the
20th day or December, H>71, and costs.
Dated charleston, 5'h March, 1872.
PRESSLEX, LORD A INGLESBY,
A: C. RICHMOND, C. 0. P.
To the Defendants, JOHN B. COHRS and WIL?
LIAM CADOW: Take notice that the Summons
in thlB action, of which the foregoing ls a copy,
was med in the office uf the Clerk or ibe Court of
Common Pleas or charleston County, on the 7th
day or March, 1872. . .
mchl5-ie PRESSLEY. LORD A INGLESBY.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAEOLINA,
COUNTY OF USIOS-Court of Com non
Pleas.-ELIAS 0 MITCHELL, Plaintiff, against
LUCINDA MITCHELL and oihers, Defendants
Copy Summons for Relief-[Complaint not served.]
To the defendants, LUCINDA MITCHELL,
CAROLINE MITCHELL, DAVIDSON MITCHELL,
SECESSION MITCHELL. AMANDA MITCHELL,
MARIETTA MITCHELL, EDWARD A.'MITCHELL,
BUENA VISTA SHIPPY, CAROLINE SHIPPY, JO?
SEPH SHIPPY, and BLEWETT hHIPPY? and S.
N. THOMPSON and N. LAVINIA THOMPSON, hlB
Wire : You are hereby summoned and required to
answer the petition In this action, which is niel
In the office or the Probate Judge for the Bald
County, and io serve a copy of your answer to
the sala petition on the subscribers, at their office
at Doli n Courthouse, In said State, within twenty
days arter the secvice hereof, exclusive of the day
of'such serv.ee; and if you fall to answer the pe?
tition within the time aforesaid, tbe plaintiff m
this action will apply to the court for tue relier
demanded in the complaint.
Dated February 28,1872. .
WALLACE A McKISSICS,
To the Defendants, BUENA VISTA SHIPPY,
CAROLINE 8H1PP?, JOSEPH "SHIPPY, and
BL EWETT SH PPY : Take notice that the sum?
mons In this action, of which the foregoing ls a
copy, was Oled In ibe office of the Probate Jndge
for said County, at Union Courthouse, in said
State, on the 29th day or February, 1872.
WALLACE A McKl?SICK,
Bich8-ffl Plaintiff's Attornev.
- a.J jdk'-.~
JptJ ST B B^?p I VED, *
? few oases of An ton In i's Freeh Leghorn SALAD'
Por sale at rednced puce?.
JOHN H?RKAMP A CO., "
apflg-2*, Corner King^and Broad stteetii.
jp FEE LEAF LARD.
26 tierces Pore Leaf LARD, a 'strictly Prime
article." For sale by ".
aprl2-fm2 HENRY COBLA & CO.
ALIFAX- SMOKED SALM?N, C?D
F1SH, IMITATION" ENGLISH CHEESE,
ELM CITY STRIPS. PER STEAM
EBS CHAMPION, AC . ,
1case each : Hali'az, Nora Scotia, Smoked SAL?
MON and St George'a CODFIbH-w- : .
Finest Imitation English-Cheese
Elm City smoKed Tongues-and Bacon Strips
fjptimer's Canvased StrlpsV Prepared Ham
Davis's. Geo. caaaard A sons', Ransom's, "Old
Reliable." and F, Seller's Pennsylvania Earn?
Albnrger's Pickled Beef and TOD goes
Meas and No. 1 wackerei w
Halifax and Oregon Pickled Salmon, Bloaters,
Pickled Hen in (is, Dnteb Herrin? 8 .. ? "
Ru salai Sardines, Sardellea and-Sardines m kegtu.
and Sardines In canisters. '
Fv^al^by N. M. PORTER,
No. 230 King street, above Market.
26 tierces s. 0. Canvassed .HAMS, "Jarvis A
Co.," and other Louisville Brands.
For sale low by
RAVENED, HOLMES A CO.,
aprll-2_No. 177 East Bay.
J O R S A L d',
60 bnshelB EXCELSIOR COTTON SEED.
STONEY A LOWNDES,
ap ri 1-3 " Southern Wharf.
?B E D O A T SI
250 bnshels "SURPRISE OATS." very choice.
In Store and for sale by
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
aprll-2_ No. 177 East Bay.
O AL 1 GOAL 1 GOAL !
00 tons best English House COAL, ex-Lncy.
For sale cheap while landtag..
^ . HENRY CARD.
35 boxes Prime Smoked SHOULDERS- For sale
by HERMANN BUL WINKLE, j
aprt : . ' , . '/ ' ?"
?J^ORTH CAROLINA SEED RIGS.
-? bushels Heavy, NORTH CAROLINA SEED
RICE. For sale by RAVJSNEL A 00.
TTTAMB, SIDES, COFFEE, Ac.
60 tierces CHOICE ?8. C. HAMS, Brand? OS
Davis, Ames, Whittaker's
76 nada C. E.'Bac n Sides and Shoulders
100 boxes D. S. C B, Sides and Sho'ildeiB
260 sacks coffee.' "?
For sale low byj -; 1
STEFFENS,-WERNER k DUCKER.
? mcbia-imo- . , ?. -,- -r--. . .,u, ? , ?,
pOGNAC AND LA EOCHEIiLE BRAN?
DY, IN U. 8. BONDED STORES.
A. TOBIAS' BONB^No., UO EAST BAT,,
Oiler for sale from TL1 s. Bonded w*rehoM?y
Cholos COGNAC .and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT
Tarions vintages, IH
quarter cae ka
_Paies ot one donen, bottles each.,. ^ L
QH01CE WHITE MILLING COBN^AND
FLOUR, LAN BING THIS DAY.
MORDECAI k CO., No. lio East Bar, offer for
sale lavotees Choice WHITE M1LL1N a CORN and
Extra FLOUR, landingjthis day.
JJ ARMON Y'S SHERRY WINi?.
A. TOBIAS? SONS, No. 110 East Bay. offer for
sale an Invoice of Choice HARMONY'S PAL*
SHERRY WINE._. A. TOBIAS'SONS. ,
QHOICE -HAVANA . CIGARS.
.MORDECAI i A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale an Invoice of Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di?
rect from Factory In Havana._ .:
IBB CR ACKERS. ' . . T
A. TOBIAS' SONS/NO. HO B??^?^
Baie ?U invoice of FIRE ^rf^Sk^tiS
yiNEGAB, ^?J^, JJHTTB WERE,
p^-n^^.L50^ ?fl?T"tor'saie - VIWBOAB,
France! * **** lmported dlrect ^
JJNGTjgH PORTER AND ALE. ,
i TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of Messrs. Edward A
George-H ibbert, of London, offer for sale Bubbertn
PORTER and Bass's PALE' ALL-pinta and
quarts. fcb23-8moa <
Drugs ano J?U&icinis.
> . "V
W. B. WARNER & CO.,
Offer the Mowing assortment of Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price Ltst to Dr. H. BABB, Charleston:
Iron and Iodoform Puis, a powerful Alterative
and Tonic - ? -.?
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, for Impotence, Loss of ;
Elixir CinchontA Calisaya
KUxlr Pyrophosphate oMron
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Bismuth
Elixir Calisaya, Ferrated
Elixir Ca isa j a, iron aud Strychnia
Elixir PepBin, Bismuth aud Stroyhnia
Elixir Vaierlanate of Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron
Wine of WU 1 Cherry
Ferrated Wine of WUd Cherry
comp. Syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food^
syrup of Uypophoaphites (for Consumption,Bron?
Lozenges or Pepsin and Iron
Licorice Lozenges, cu taming Vanilla, Tola, Ac.,
Elixir Taraxacum como. Thin is a new and valor
able combination of the medicinal properties
of the Dandelion, Wild Cherry ana Gentian,
associated with Aromarles. It ls a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside f rom.
Its medicinal virtu Hg, lt ls u -efnl as a vehicle
and for masking the bitter taste of Quinine.
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide of Potassium.
SyrupPhosph, Quinine Iron and Strychnia* (Alt
ken's syrup) for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, Indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac
EUx. Vaierlanate pf Strychnia .', t
Eilx. Phosph. Quinine, lroa and Strychnia (or the
freatest service where there li a tendency ta
aralyBls) .? ' Jgt .
Beer, Wine and Ircn.au elegant combination,
especially serviceable In caaes of children ana
Ia addition to the above, W. R. Warner A Co',
manufacture a fun line or Fluid Extracts and
[ Sugar-coated Pills, all or which are to be had at
Manufacturer's Prices, of ?/ . ?
DR. H. BAER, No. I3t Meeting street, ;.<
mcb23-scAW8mos Charleston, S.O.
p J. L?H ft,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 450 KINO STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now in. Stock of my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
oarboUc Acid, -, .
,..,), Pattey's Gold Cream,
English Dalby's Carminative, British OIL Rochets
TILDEN k CO.'S SOLID ANO FLUID EXTRACTS,
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
PIUS, Ac AUNT FOB' .
FOBD'Sj SCRGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AOBMT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA FOR .
DB. JEROME, KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical In Strumen ts and Goods of foreign man?
ufacture imported to order. ,
My Dispensing Department ls complete, em?
bracing ail New Remedies. t ? : ;'~
A fun assortment or Trusses and Ban?ag$a al
ways on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night. jaaio wfmly