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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON 4 Ct
" NovH9 East Bay, Charleston, i
Wfrt <8fy*iU?ton gel
MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1872.
49* Mr. WILLUM E. SIMMONS, Jr., 1
travelling agent for THE NEWS', for !
^M ? 1YEW8 OF TILE DAY.
-Gold closed in New Tors on Sat ard
-The New York cotton market closed
uplands 23$ cents; sa'es 843 bales.
-In Liverpool coUon closed steady;
lands lljallid., Orleans ll$all$d.; sales 1
bales. ? ,
' -Some unknown person, of the Preso;
of lugusta, has given $600 to thecauE
foreign missions. Such modest bene vol
-Theatre preaching would seem to 1
reached Its climax in Salem. They bap]
some young professors there on the stag
Mechanic Hall, tbe scenery being appropr
ly arranged to give force to the Uluslon.
-The raln-falTat Camden, S. C., during
month of March was ? 8-10 1 nc he B, and
. the largest that las been known for y<
The smallest quantity; that has fallen du
ttM month of March since 1884 was two In
In 1866, ana the largest quantity up to
March was ? fi io inches, vs
-Ano th er o f the. beau tl es of the ne w 8
License law has been? discovered. A c con
to the Btate'auditor"a jiedd 1er must pay
lee provided ior by the law in every count,
which he operate*?.. StouM a peddler go tc
the counties of the State, his licenses wc
eost him sixtecm hundred dollars per ann ur
-The City vs. the South Carolina and i
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Bailroa
for obstructing Washington street, some tl
since,'' camec'np before the recorder yesterc
at Augusta. The case' .against the South Ca
lina Railroad "was dismissed, and the,Cb
lotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad Hil
twenty-five dollars and costa of court,
-The secretary of the treasury has prepai
and submitted to. the committee of ways a
means a bili abolishing the offices of collect
and assessor of Internal revenue, and prov
lng lor not'more than fifty supervisors, w
shall perform all the duties of' collector. T
bill proceeds upon the assumption that
taxes are 'to'be removed except those colle
ed by sumps. .
-California is becoming a lavorlte resort
tte traveller for pleasure. The wild -.nd rt
ged scenery of the Rocky Mountains, throuj
which the route lies; the wonderful gey sei
the mammoth trees of Calaveras .County, ai
the grandeur of the Yosemite Valley, will soi
be nearly as, famili ar ? to the general, pobll
either by description or personal Inspectio
as Niagara or the St. lawrence.
-A Washington telegram to the Bal ti mo :
Sun says that the Granville note on the ind
rect damage claim of this government wi
the subject of soother discussion at the r?gi
lar Cabinet meeting on Friday, though it
stated that no conclusion was reached. Tb
proposition made in the House to wholly abai
don the claim, does not meet with mach fa vc
hythe administration, as there ls si 111 hop
that there will be some plan devised (Indee
. * one Is now the subject ot debate) by wblc
the treaty can be saved without wholly wah
lng the consequential claim. Possibly it wi
be agreed to lay it aside until the direct quel
tiona are settled,*oi that a sum In gross oe de
term I ned for arbitration.
-A.most extraordinary attempt to comm!
suicide Is reported from Sherborne, In Ec
gland. A man employed as a fencer at Sher
borne Castle was found by a woman In he:
kitchen sitting by the fire, with blood lssuio(
- from his mouth, blood being upon the fioo
and his handkerchief on fire. She asked him
whathe Lad.done, and he replied that he hat
tried to blow his brains out. Assistance wai
Immediately obtained, when the nozzle oft
pp lr ot bellows was found lying by his side
The old man said he had only half done lt; hi
old headwaa too thick to blow off. It seemec
the would-be suicide had been carrying fuse:
and rock powder about bim, and had drillet
a hole in the nozzle of a bellows, converting
it Into a kind ? small cannon, and inserting
the end of lt Into his mouth. He had beer
addicted to drink, and bad before threatened
"to make a hole in the water." o " .
-An Interesting example of the way In
which the liberal divorce laws *of Indiana
some::met. operate ls given in a Louisville
paper. . A woman in Indianapolis was in poor
health, and fearing that in case she should
die her husband would obtain the control of
certain property that she possessed, she visited
her elster in Louisville, Kentucky, In order to
carry out a scheme which she had projeoted
to prevent lr. While staying with her sister
she crossed the river to New Albany, where
'. she rented a house for three months, and on
this transaction based a residence there. She
then Instituted a suit for divorce, after which
she returned to ?er husband In Indianapolis.
About a year ago she received a tele?
graph dispatch requesting her imme?
diate presence In Louisville in con?
sequence ot Illness in her sister's fam?
ily, and showing this to her husband,
he readily consented to a second visit
to that city. At this time she again went
over to New Albany, where she received her
decree of divorce, which she quietly put ia her
pocket and carried home. It is possible that
the husband would have never known what
had taken place, at least during her life time,
had he not excited her ire by insisting one
_day Wo much on his own way as the head ol
the family; upon which she very curtly inform?
ed him that he need not try to tyrannize over
her, as she was not his wife, at the same time
producing the documents to prove ber asser?
tion. The husband was more than astonished;
but he insists upon It that such a divorce as
that will never stand, in which opinion he
ls probably about right,
-The New York Tribune, of Thursday, gives
the following particulars of the arrest, in that
city, of the pereon claiming to be the Earl of
Aberdeen. It says: "Deputy Sheriff Judson
Jarvis arrested Tuesday night 'Lord' George
Gordon, alias George Henry Gordon, a!iss
Gordon Gordon, at the suit o? Jay Gould, OD
an order of arrest granted by Judge Brady.
Gould swears that on the first oflast March he
delivered to Gordon rix hundred shares of
Erle Ballway stock, of the market value of
$36,000;tbat he Instructed Gordon to sell the
Btook, and with the proceeds to purchase
eighty acres of land lo Westchester County,
and that Gordon did not observe his Instruc?
tions, but refused to ' return the stock, and
converted it to his own use. Ball In $37,000
was furnished by Gordon, who was then re?
leased from custody. Gordon ls an English?
man, who came to this city some time since,
representing hlmeelf as a large Erle stock?
holder, and claiming that he owned half of aU,
the Erie stock held in England. He "appeared
at the.Erle offices at the time of Gould's over?
throw, and loudly demanded admission,
which was refused. It ls said that he claims
to be the Earl of Aberdeen, whose fate was
long in doubt, but whose loss at sea appears
now to be Bottled beyond question. Notwith?
standing this, Gordon is said positively to as?
sert his identity with the lost Earl, and to de?
clare his intention of claiming the Aberdeen
estates." . ' ?_? ?
The Sleeting at the Cooper Institute.
The Liber?THepublican meeting held at
the Cooper Institute in New York, on Fri?
day evening, was imposing in character and
in numbers; and the speeches of Senators
Tram bull and Schurz, who then gave in their
formal adhesion to the Cincinnati movement,
are already giving the Anti-Grant party an
ominous strength and consistency. The
declaration of principles adopted by the
meeting is strong and to the point. If the
Cincinnati m?v?merit is dead, ns the Bread?
en d-B ut ter papers insist, it is a very lively;
Captured and Abandoned Property.
Chief Justice Chase bas delivered an opin?
ion in the Supreme Court of the United
States, in the case of Parqnod against the
United States, which opens the way to nu?
mer?os actions growing out of the late war.
The case in point was a proceeding to re?
cover the proceeds of a lot of cotton, seized
nader the Captured; and Abandoned Proper?
ty Act of 1863, an appeal from the Court of
Claims, and was argued at the last term of
the conrt The Court of Claims dismissed
the petition on the.ground that it did not
aver that the claimant' bad not given aid or
comfort tb the rebellion, and that it did not
sufficiently aver executive pardon. The
Chief Justice held (the same as in the case of
Armstrong vs. United States,, recently deci?
ded,) that the President's proclamation of,
December 26, 1868, granting pardon and
amnesty unconditionally and without reser?
vation, relieves the claimants, in all cases
under Mle Captured and Abandoned Proper?
ty Act, from proof of adhesion to the Un ited
States during the late war, and the judg?
ment dismissing the petition was reversed.
It will j he Been that this is the second de?
cision of the kind that has been rendered,
and already many persons in the South have
taken advantage of it. Under these decis?
ions most of the property taken at the South
during the war can be reclaimed.
The Haullty of Naturalized Citizens to
do Military JJ ut j-.
Some anxiety having been manifested
among our naturalized citizens, especially
those from continental Europe, in regard, to
their liability to do military duty in case of a
return to their native country, it is stated by
the New York World that under the terms of
the treaties between the United States and
the Germanic and other powers, there is no
liability to military duty unless the natural?
ized'citizen was .really in the army or was
drawn for service and then emigrated. . If
merely in a class liable to military duty be
ia protected by the treaties, and will not be
touched on revisiting bis native country. To
take, for instance, the case of a Badener,
under the treaty of Jury 19, 18?8, if he bas
emigrated after being enrolled for service, or
wh i le in service under the Hag, or while upon
leave ol absence, or while in the militia or
the reserve after summored for duty or after
war bas broken ont, he will be held amena?
ble for such default ou bis return, nor will
his naturalization protect him. The same
general rules apply under'the treaties with
Bavaria of May 26, ?868; with Wurtemburg
of July 27, 1868; with Belgium of November
16, 1868; with Hesse of July 23, 1869, and
with Austria ol September 20, 1870. Under
the treaty of February 22, 1868, with the
North German Confederation, naturalization,
provided the naturalized person does not re.
turn within five years from his departure^
wipes ont all liabilty for military service,
and remits any punishment, fine or cost
which may have been declared on that ac?
count; By bearing these facts in mind our
naturalized citizens may ascertain for them
selves how far they may venture upon for?
eign travel. The North German, as fae
Confederation was in 1868, may have no f ?ar
of being harassed if he has resided fivey^ars
uninterruptedly in the United States. The
Bavarian, Badener, Austrian, and GO on,
will find naturalization no protection against
Bait for violation of military obligation, pro?
vided he was at the time of hts emigration
in service or summoned by name for service.
In no case, however, we believe, can actnal
military service be demanded.
Wealth and Taxation in ihe United
. The census figures just published show
that tbe valuation of property in the United
States increased from sixteen thousand mil?
lions of dollars (bard money figures) in 1860,
to thirty thousand millions (paper money)
in 1870, equal to a nominal advance of 90
per cent. ; also show that the total taxation
for State, county, city and town purposes
has increased from ninety-four million dol?
lars in I860, to two hundred aud eighty-one
millions in 1870, an actual advance of 300
per cent. The federal taxation for 1871
yielded into the treasury three hundred and
eighty-three millions. This added to the
local taxation gives six hundred and sixty
four millions as the amount of taxes collect?
ed directly from forty millions of population,
for one year, for the support of the general
and local governments. This is at the rate
of S16.50 per capita for every member of the
population, or, estimating five persons to
the Tamily, $82.50 per family. But in order
to ascertain the total burden actually im?
posed upon the people by the machiaery of
government, we must add to the direct tax?
ation the further amount which 13 collected
through the tariff as a bonu3 to "protected"
industries. This amount is estimated at
three handred millions per annum, which
raises tbs grand total of taxes annually paid
hythe people of the: United States to nine
hundred and sixty-fonr million do Itara. 1
The total indebtedness of the States,
counties and cities in 1870 was eight han?
dled and sixty-nine millions. The federal
debt was given on the first of the present
I month at two thousand two hundred and ten
m?lions. This gives ? total Indebtedness of
three thousand and seventy-nine .millions,
equal to ten per cent, of the total nominal
valuation of the property of the country. The
annual interest upon this indebtedness is
less than one-third of the taxes directly col?
lected. Summed np, the total annual bor?
den imposed by government machinery, fed?
eral and looafi upon the people of the United
States, may be stated as followB : For 1nreN |
est upon indebtedness, two. hundred and
twenty million dollars; as a bonus to pro?
tected industries, three hundred millions;
for the direct maintenance of the govern-,
ment, fonr hundred and forty-four millions.
chronic indigestion AAec.ted.tae stomach only, lt
might be more'.easlly bornejbut lt gives rise in?
evitably to many other diseases, affecting the
liver, the nerves, the bowels and the brain. BU-,
lonsnrs?, nervous tremors, consilpatlon, head?
ache and terrible mental disturbances are among
Its usual accompaniments. In fact every organ,
I every fibre of the frame sympathizes with the de?
bilitated and diseased stomach. What ls needed
In Bach a case f Clearly an alterative and lnvlgo
rant; and among Medicines of that class HOS
? TETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS 'ls. beyond all
comparison or estimate, .the best. Mere purga?
tives only deprive the system of th? little strength
that disease has left 1*. Salivants have the same,
effect. The whole Internal organism has gone
wrong, and can only be put right and kept right
by a medicine in , which the tonic,and stimul?t-.
lng elements'predominate, bat are qualified and
modified by anti-bilious aperients and blood
purifying components. Row, the truth ls, (and
ihe medical faculty as well a* the public know
the fact ) that Hosteler's Bittere contain every
ingredient requisite for the cure of dyspepsia and
ali the ailments or body and mind which lt in?
volves. This has been proved 4n so many thou?
sands of Instances that rt seems almost Idle to re?
peat the statement.
The great tonic rallies exhausted nature, from
whatever cause enfeebled*, and permanently re?
cruits the Tlgor of the nerves, the m?seles and the
brain. Its effect upon the bram ls to give
I strength to the will and precision to the Judg?
ment, and to banish despondency and that infir?
mity of'purpose which generally accompanies
bodily weakness. . aprl6-mwf3D*c
GEH O Y
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
GEN. JOHN B. GORDON,..President.
ASSETS January 1st, 1873....$1,241,017 40-100.
The undersigned having been recently appoint?
ed Agent for Charleston or the ab .ve company,
would invite the attention of his friends snd the |
public generally to a few arguments in Us favor.
It ls a purely Southern Company, aad Inverts all
its accumulations at the South. It Is ably man?
aged and has a large capital. It does business on
the cash system only, and at rates as low as any
other sound Company In the Country.
GEO. M. COFFIN,
Agent for Charleston, 8. C.,
aprifi-mwflmo North Atlantic Wharf.
(Eopartnerslitps ano Shssolstions.
: THUR A. AVEILHE ls this day admitted
a copartner lu. our Arm. with Interest to take
effect from the 1st of January, 1872 ?
, PAUL, H. L ALA NE A CO.
Charleston. April 12, 1872. aprl5-3
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
By mutual consent, the Limited Copartner?
ship heretofore existing under articles of Special
Copartnership between BUCKLEY T. BENTON, o?
the otyor Brooklyn, CHARLU* UNDERWOOD,
or the Town of Tolland, State or Connecticut, Spe?
cial Partners, and EVERT E. BEDFORD, of the
C.ty of Charleston. General Partner, bearing date
the Twenty-eighth day of October Anno Domlui
Mghteen Hundred and Seventy one, is hereby
witness onr hsnds and sells this 29th day of
March. Anno Dom.nl Elghteeen Hundrtd and
CHARLES UNDERWOOD,.[L 8 ]
B. T. BENTON, (L.81
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
STATB OF SOUTH CAROLINA, )
(.DARLE TON COC.STY. J
Cer: locate of Limited ' Partnership between
BUCKLEY T. BENTON, of the City of Brooklyn.
State of New York, CHARLES UNDERWOOD, of
the Town and County of Tolland. State of Con?
necticut, and JOSEPH H. LAUD, JAMES S. MAR
TIN aud WILLIAM G. MOOD, Jr., of the City of
Charleston, state aforesaid.
This certificate nereby witnesseth that the un
derslgned have, by virtue of an Act or the Gene,
ral assembly of the State aforesaid, entitled " An
Act to authorize the formation of limited partner?
ships," passed tn the year or our Lord one thou?
sand eight hundred and thirty seven, and another
Act entitled "An Act to extend the duration of
an Act authorizing the formation of limited part?
nerships," passed in the year of onr Lord one
thousand eight hundred and forty-six, and
another Act extending the same nntil repealed,
passed December 20th, I860, formed a Limited
Partnership, as follows :
First. Tn e name or firm under which such Part?
nership than be conducted ls LAUD, MARTIN A
Second. The general nature of the business In?
tended to be transacted Is that of the Grocery
Business, both Wholesale and RttaU. in the said
City or Charleston, or snob place or places In the
said state as may hereafter be detern'' -<d upon.
Third. BUCKLEY T. BENTON, of . l0 City of
Brooklyn, state of New York, and CHARLES
UNDERWOOD, of the Town and County ol Toi
land, State of Connecticut, are the Special Part?
ners; and JOSEPH H. LADD,.JAMES S. MARTIN
and WILLIAM. 0. MOOD. Junior, or the City or
Charleston, State aforesaid, are the General
Fourth. BUCKLEY T. BENTON, a Special Part?
ner, bas contrlbmed Seven Thousand Dollars,
($7000.) and CHARLES UNDERWOOD, the other
Special Partner, .has contributed also Seven
T. ousand Dollars, ($7000.) to tho common Stock
of the Partnership.
Filth, The said Partnership commences on the
Twenty-ninth day of March, One Thousand Eight
Hundred and Seventy-two. and will terminate on
theTweniy-nlnth .'ay of March, One Tbouaand
EU ht Hundred and Seventy seven.
Dated this 29th day of Ma'ch, A. D. 1872.
(Signed) B. T. BENTON, [L.8.]
CHARLES UNDERWOOD, [L.8.1
JOSEPH H. LADD, [Lal
JAMES S. MARTIN, [L.S.]
WILLIAM O. MOUD, JB., [L.S.]
(Signed) ASHER D. COBEN,
Having retired from business In consequence of
my health, I take this oppottnnity or returning
my thanks to the public for their liberal patron*
ege heretofore extended, and would respectfully
solicit the con: in u an ce of the same for the gentle?
men who have succeeded me.
l would Inform my friends that I can be found
at the office of BUCKLEY T. BENTON, Esq., No. 68
John street, New York, alter 1st Jnne, 1872.
aprl-m7_EVERT K. BEDFORD.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing under the firm name of BALL,
BLACK A CO, ls this day dissolved by mutual
consent. Eltner partner win 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 intend to close out their entire stock
with as little delay as possible, and at ptlces that
will beau Inducement for all to purchase from
They have also a very large stock of unset
stones-Diamonds, Emeralds, Rubles, Cameos,
Ac-which they will set, to order, at unusually
low rates. Their manufactory for Silverware
will be continued to enable them to meet any de?
mands in that Une. NO. 665 and 667 BROADWAY,
New York._ July 18 lyr
BOARD, with pleasant Rooms, in Sommer?
ville. Apply to R. A. PRINGLE, No. 2 Central
acquaintances or Hrs. BL Mc L Sis iv and pr her
HODS, Wi ?lam ana Arohlbald McLeten, and Hr. A.
Grier, also Mr. and Mrs. Martin, are respectfully
invited to attend tue funeral of the former, at
-the-First Presbyterian Church, THIS AFTBRNOOK,
?16th instant, at * o'clock, without funner invita:
'xian. ' _. ... apri5-?
JBTcT?siGNEES'' PEE STEAMSHIP
GEOKGIA ; from NewYor? ?re hereby notlhed
that sbewlll discharge cargo THIS DAT at
Pier No. 2, Union ? Wharves. Goods uncalled
for at sunset will remain on wharf at'owners'
risk and expense. WM. A. COURTENEY,
J^THE UNDERSIGNED TAKES THIS
method or turorming his friends and patrons that
he ls now en gage d at Mesar?. LA DD, : MARTIN A
MOOD, No. 376 Ung street, where be will be found
ready to extend the same courtesy and accom?
modation to them th it he nas heretofore done at
C. D. Ahrens ? Co, ARTH CB TO OMER.
aprl5-rath2 _' _
JOT" USE THE DOLL AB SEWARD
SOAP with scouring- bries, in clean lng Iron or
Steel; lt saves one half the labor and gives a
DOWDS, MOISE A DAVIS, Agents,
'_:_Charleston, S. C.
THE CHARLESTON CHARITA?
BLE ASSOCIAT,ON, for the.'Benefit of the Free
School Fund-official Raffle Numbers:
CLASS NO. 461-MOBNINO.
10-39-- 7-49- 3-73-76-40^- 9-29-42-65
GLASS No. 462-EVENING.
As witness our hands at Charleston this lath
day of April, 1872.
jar SIMMS MEMORIAL-TO L. CHAP
IN, Esq, GEO. W. WILLIAMS, Esq . W. L. D AG?
GETT, Esq.. G. L. BUIST, Esq., T. M. HANOEBL,
Esq., R. S DURYEA, Esq., and A S. JOHNSTON,
GENTLED EN-Y JU are respectfully requested to
serve on tin Committee for the Ward In which
you reside, und tnat lo which yon do business,
for the porpes. or raising funds te erect a modes
bot substantial Monument to the late W. GIL?
MORE SIMMS, who, as Poet, Novelist and Histo?
rian, was the most distinguished man or letters
Sooth Carolina bas produced, and wa? has done
so much to vindicate her record and reflect lustre
upon her name.
It ls not desired to put a heavy tax upon any
one. The more popular the contribution the bet?
ter. Therefore accept any amount however
The flm named gentleman will please call the
Committee together, proceed with the wors, and
matte report to B. F., EVANS, Treasurer, at an
early date. -,
It .soar wish that whatever is to be done, be
done at once.
Very respectfully, w. D. PORTER,
The Committee above named are requested to
meet at my residence, No. 18 Wentworth street,
on MONDAY, 16thInstant, Lt S P. M.
apr!3-2 _L. CHAPIN.
?.-THE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
TRUST COMPANY-SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
Depositors are requested to leave their books on
and after the lat April proximo, to be credited
with the quarterly interest then due.
All Deposits made on before the soth April
will bear interest from 1st April.
Interest (6) Six Per Cent, compound ed quarterly.
mch25-mwfl2 ;',. F. A. MITCHELL. Cashier.
?.-B?RNHAM'S SUPERIOR YEAST
POWDERS.-Having used Yeast. Powder inoir
famille s for several years, we give a decided pref?
erence above all others to that prepared by
EDWARD S. BURNHAM, Graduate or Pharmacy,
No. 421 King street, near Calhoun street, Charles?
ton, s. C. : King Mansion Boarding House, Julina
Petsch, B. 0. Webb, George L. Holmes, George S.
Pelzer, M. D., John T. Wightman, D. D., William
Smith, Mailer Mac rd nisi, S. C. R. R.
?M* O ? MARRIAGE.-**
Happy, relier for Young Men from the effects
of Errors and Abuses in early lire. Manhood re- |
stored. ' Nervous debility cured. Impediments
to Marriage removed. New method of treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Book?
and Circulars sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South
Ninth street. Philadelphia. Pa._octl3
PUBLIC NOTICE-OFFICE BOARD
OF HEALTH, CHARLESTON, APRIL 6,1872.-All
occupants of lots and premises, and all owners of
unoccupied lots and premises, within the corpo?
rate limits of the cit/, are hereby required to have
the said lets and premises properly cleaned, and
the offal or sweepings of the same deposited on
the street immediately in front of their premises
or lots, to be removed by the city scavengers.
After the first day of May next ensuing, all lots
or premises within said limits, after inspection by
the proper authorities, which shall be found tn a
filthy or unhealthy condition, will be reported to
this Board, and all persons neglecting or refusing
to comply with thia requirement will be liable to
such penalty as prescribed by the city crdinance,
which wilt be rigid y enforced.
By order of the Board
GEORGE S. PELZER, M. P.,
?.-TREASURY OFFICE, CITY HALL,
APRIL 8, 1872.-This office will be open from 9 A,
M. TBIS DAY to 2 P. M. dally to and to include
the 30th Instant, for payment of all Interest due
upon tbe city debt known as City Stock, except
SATURDAYS, upon which transfers of Stock will
For the Orot rive days priority In payment will be
given pan les paying taxes to thecliy In part or
whole with the same. All payments or interest will
be made by check, to be cashed at front desk of
this ornee, and where Interest ls sufficient ror taxes
they balance at.par, but where leas the penalty
shah attach on deficiency or difference, though
paid in currency, in conformity with ordicance.
P. J. COOGAN,
aprS-20 _City Treasurer.
J?* BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
PUBLIC LANDS.-The Board of Commissioners or
Public Landa wUl, at its next meeting, to be held
on WEDNESDAY EVENING next, the 17th Instant,
consider Proposals lor-FurnlsblDg the Institu?
tions under their charge with CORN, Grist, Meal,
Peas, Ac. Persons applying will state the num?
ber of pounds they propose to furnish to the
bushel. By order of the Board.
J. M. F. DEREEF,
aprl2-fmw3 Secretary B. C. P. L.
? H AS. LIEBEN ROOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Une
and Meeting streets.
49-Hlgbe8t prices paid in Cash for Crnde Turpen
Virgin..$5 ou I Yellow Dip $4 00-| Hard.$2 76
No. 379 KING STREET,
Has just returned from the North with a large
Stock or Goods, consisting or :
A large assortment or CHILDREN'S CAR?
RIAGE s, rangln? in price from $4 to $26.
He ls also agent for Colby's Celebrated "Little
Washer and Clothes Wringer,?- the most perfect
and cheapest in use, which he selia at manufac?
turers' price. Cali and examine for yourself.
S- T. ANDREWS LODGE, N* 10, A. F. M
The Regular Co mm un I cat lon of thia Lc aga
?1111? held Tars Ev SKINS, ai e ghi o'clock, over
Il ol m ea's corner Wentworth and Kin g streets;
By order W. H. L. P. SPEISsEuGEK,
PALMETTO ENCAMPMENT, Na T, L" O.
O. F.-The Regular Meeting or this Kn
campment win be held THIS EVENING, at Odd
Kellows? H.'.ll ats o'clock; Members are request?
ed to be pnnctnal. E J NO. WHITE, .
.mcn4.18.aprl, 16*^ . :? .Scribe.
IRISH RIFLE CLUB.-ATTEJ?D ! AN
Adjourned Meeting at Archer's aa 1, at half
past 7.o'cioos,THIS EVENING. ;., ,
aprlS_ JAMES Jr. WALSH,, Secretary.
CAROLINA CLUB.-AN EXTRA MEET
: INO of this Club will he held THIS EVENING,
16th instant, at SP. Mi Punctual attendance is
requested. . ? .BERRIE!" GRIMBALLY ,
aprl6-l_Secretary and Treasurer.
WASHINGTON RIFLE CLUB.-AT
TEND a Drill, with Arms, at Rifle Ci ob
Ball, THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock. Memuers win
please be punctual.
By order. D.L.GLEN, Jr.
p EEMAN RIFLE CLUB.-A MEETING
vX of the Board of Directors, and also of- the
Shareholders, of the *'Plylng Trapeze," will be
held at Linisted t's Hall, inis EVENING, ats
By order. RICH'D ISSERTEL,
KEIIEF LOAN ASSOCIATION-THE
Regalar Monthly Meeting of the Associa-1
non will be held at the Hall of the Charleston
Hook and Ladder rompan y, No. 2 wentworth
street, near Ring, ?Bis EVENING, st 8 o'clock. .
WM. B. STE- OMAN,
ap'rl5_Secretary and Treasurer.
CHARLESTON DRAMATIC CLUB.
Ti-.e Regulir Monthly Meeting of the above j
will be held at the usual place THIS ETBND?G at
eight o'clock. A largs attendance ls reques ed,
sud members are reque ted to come prepared to
pay arrears. "? F. C. MCOANTS,
Sec ?Qd T*r6&3-> O? D. O?
Outsiders holding tickets o? this Clnb will please
hand them to any of the members. aprlS*
11HE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
. feOUTH OaRuLlNA MEDICAL ASSOCIA?
TION for 1872 will be held In Columbia on the
THIRD TUESDAY (18 h) of Ap. IL Where no county
society ls organized, the physicians will send
Delegates. Arrangements will be made with the
railroads te pass members a id delegates for OL?
fare. T. GRANGE SIMONS, M. D,
mch26-m2aprl6,10 _S. C. M. A.
OFFICE OF ENTERPRISE RAILROAD
COMPANY, No. 64 BROAD STREET.
CHARLt- STO-N, S. C., APRIL 8TH. 1872.-The An?
nual Meeting of the stockholders in tne Enter?
prise Railroad will be held at Hall of Bank ef
Charleston, on WEDNESDAY, the 17th day of April,
1872, at ll o'clock A M.
aprio WILLIAM McKINLAT, Secretary.
WANTED TO ADOPT, A WHITE
OSILD. four weeks oid, by a respectable
party, having no children. Address T. CHILDS,
WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS COOK,
Washer and Ironer. Colored preferred,.
at No. ,6 St. Phillp street. . -, ,,,apri6-iT
ANO. 1 CLEANING OF GENTLEMEN'S
Coats, Pants, and Firemen's Uniforms done
at OTTO SONNTaG'S Dyer, Wentworth street,
near Artesian Weu. . :_- aprisi?
DAMAGED CLOTHING RENEWED IN
lots of 26,60 and loo pieces, at reasonable
terms, at OTTO SONNTAQ'd, Wentworth street,
nearArteBlan Well._ aprlfr-i*
CT ET YOUR WINTER COATS, VESTS
T and: Pants cleaned, before laying away, at
OiTO SONNTAG'S, Dyer, Wentworth street, near j
Artesian Welt - , ' aprift-l*
"PREPARE YOUR COATS, PANTS, &cv,
_L fdr moth?, and get them nicely cleaned at
OTTO SONNTAG'S, Weat* ort* streer, near Arte
slan Well. ;'___j_apri6-i*
WANTED, A WOMAN WITHOUT IN
CUMBKANCBS to cook and wash for a
small family. Also a boy or girl for housework.
Apply at No. 133 Queen street. _aprl6-l
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOROASH,
a snail House In the central or western
part or the -city. Address "Q," ut this office, stat
mg 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 125 and S87. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency, No. 255 King street, Corner Beaufaln
street. T. L. BlaSELL. Janl2-6mos
TXT ANTED, A SOUTHERN LADY TO
VT teach In a family. Oue required compe?
tent to teach the higher branches of English,
Music and Drawing. Reference aa to competen?
cy and character required. Address Dr. A. H.
JOHNSON, Bamberg P. o., South Carolina Rail?
road. Informatiou can oe had from Messrs.
PKLZER, RODGERS A CO., Or E. L. UALSE?,
Charleston, S. c. . mchlS
FOR SALE, BUILDING LOTS IN CHAR?
LOTTE street. Apply at No. 61 Charlotte
FOR SALE OR TO RENT, A TWO AND
a Halt story House and Kitchen, and
double Tenement In the rear, No. 694 King street.
Apply to J. BRADY, No. 76 King street.
We are prepared to furn I-h VEGETABLE
BOXES of superior quality in any quantity re?
quired, or the materials which farmers can put
samples ai our Office, North Atlantic Wharf.
aprio-wfm? PINCKNEY BROTHERS.
TTTRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
TT NEWSPAPERS in large or s mau quant ; t ie?.
Price 60 CENTS' PER HUNDRED. Apply at ;ht
office of THE NEWS. may ls
T~o RE?T7^ST^?~NO7 188 TING
street, next door to Sinner Office. Apply to
dinger Sewing Mac.iioe c ompany. aprl6-2?.
mo RENT FOR THE SEASON, A
_L HOUSE on Sullivan's leland, plea-antly
situ?t* d on back beach. The house contains nine
rooms, and brick ciBtern attached. Apply to A.
A. GOLDSMITH, Vendue Range. mcb30
JgGGS FOR HATCHING.
i will continue to receive orders for Eggs from
my Prize stock of Poultry until and not later
than May 25th. See article on Fancy Poultry
In the south, tn Rual Carollulan-April number.
Dark B KARMAS, Partridge and Buff Cochins,
average weight or Hens &% pounds; Dorkings,
Spangled Hamburgha, Hong Kong and White
Bremen Geese, White Holland Turkeys, Bronzed
Turkeje, weight of trio 64 pounds; Aylesbury,
Rouen and Black Cayuga Ducks.
For particulars and prices, address
E. E. BEDFORD,
apM6-mwf3 No. 275 King street.
Co nc anona!.
JJIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
Tue Exercises of this institution will be re?
sumed ou MONDAY next, the is.h instant.
Terms $10 per quarter.
VIRGIL 0. DIBBLE, A. M,
apr8-mwfsmtu 6 Principa
IDttUl*? Ctjtmicala, Gt.
jpT J. L u H
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 450 KING STREET, ?ORNEB OF JOHN.
Now in Stock or my own importation,
LOW SON.AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Pattey's Cold Cream,
English Dalby's Carminative, British Oil, Roche'B
Embrocation and chlorodyne.
TILDEN A CO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRAOTS.
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
PHIS, AC. AGENT FOR
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT rOB SOUTH CAROLINA FOR
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical Instruments and Goods of foreign man?
ufacture imported to order. . ,11
My Dispensing Department is complete, em?
bracing all New Remedies.? 1 ." .
Alua assortment.of .TroBsesand Bandages al?
ways on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night janiowfmly
ACADEMY. OP MUSIC
THE SOUTHERN FAVORITES ARE COMING.
CAPTAIN GEORGE T. .SHAW.Manager.
FUN ! FUN ! FUN 1 ROARS OF LAUGHTER.
The Great '<'
MARTINE TT I - B A V E L
BALLET AND PANTOMIME TROUPE OF PB ENC H
. ARTISTS, ?
FOR FOUR y IO HTS,
AMD ONE GRAND FAMILY MATINE!,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday '.
Evenings, April 16,16,17 and is, when
win oe presea ted tne Serlo Co mle
Pantomime entitled ' .
Jocko, the Brazilian Ape..Pani M artic etti,
bong and Dance..Master ignacio.
Ballad Div er ti seme nt-M'lie Desiree, Premier
Danseuse. . ? v
W. A. Huntley, the greatest Banjo artist In
America, will appear.1
TJ conclude wita their new Fairy Trick Panto?
PAT-A-CAKE, PAT-A-CAKE, BAKER'S MAN.
Clown.j Q ii an Mar tin etti.
With other grand features, Beautirnl Ballets,
Sensational Gymoastlo Acts. Infant Wonders,
Songs, Dances, Graceful Groupings, Ac Grand
change of bill each night.
Prices as nsaaL ame or Reserved Seats at Box
Office every day, commencing Saturday, April 13.
Doors open at 7; commence at 8.
Matin?e Wednesday Afternoon. Doors open at
2: commence at 8. -
aprl2-6 GEO. W. HUNTLEY, Agent.
CHARLESTON GERMAN SCH?TZENFEST
APRIL 22, 28, 21, 26 and 26, 1872.
The Members of the Club and their friends are
respectfully invited to participate lo the Fes?
tivities. ? \
No person will be admitted without producing
their Card of Invitation, and n > Invitation will,
under any circumstances, be Issued at the gate
of the Sohutzenplatz.
Cards of Invitation may be obtained at
F. Vos S ANT KN, No. 22fl%ing street.
G. H. LINDCTKDT, corner King and Calhoun
MKLCHBBS A MULLER, NO. 217 King street.
PH. BUCHHUT, . corner Meeting and Line
0. LITSCHGI, East Bay and Broad street.
J. M. MARTIN, NO. 86 Market street.
F. HEINZ, King, opposite Ann street. ,
A. D. LORENZ, No. ia J Meeting street.
Tn. HEITMANN, Tbrea Mlle House.
WK. A. G iii: CN, northeast corner King and
H. WBKDBN, corner East Bar and Lodge alley.
PROFESSOR B ON D,
THE GREAT Y; I R E-WALKBB,
haa been engaged to perform every Afternoon
during the Festival.
The attention of Passive Members of the Club ls
respectfully called to the following extracts of the
Rules of the Society :
RUL* 7.-Passive Members are permitted at all
times to visit the Grounds with their respective
lamilles, as well as Active Members
Passive Members In Uniform have all the rights
of Active Members, except the last. shot, or
King's Shot, at the Eagle, and the shot at the Tar?
get of Honor. But they are net permitted to
hold an office, nor have they a vote. " . '.? '!
Passive Members pay, like Active Members, $5
entrance Iee, and $4 per annum arrears.: -
Active Members are not permitted to shoot at
the Eagle except they join the Parade'on the first
day of the Festival, or pay a line of Five Dollars;
and nobody Is permitted to shoot at tb? Target bf
Honor except he bas paraded with the Society. ? ri
Cards of Invitation have to be worn on thc bat;
J so that the same can be seen. Invited Guests and
I Members In uniform are excluded from this rule.
No horses or carriages are permitted on the
grounds during the Festival,
. The Members', active as well as passive, are re*
spectfully requested to get their Cards of Invita?
tion Irom Mr. G. H. Li ND.ST EDT, corner cr Cal?
houn and King streets, Free of Charge.
All. the South Carolina Railroads have kindly
consented to bring visitors to the Festival for
HALF FARE. ? spri-mWB6AW0ll
Tbe Mount Pleasant and Sullivan's Island Ferry
Company offer to take Sunday-School Children
and their Teachers to and from Mount Pleasant
j at TEN (10) CENTS eaob, and parents of the Chil?
dren ami Visitors at TWENTY-FIVE (26) CENTS
Arrangements can be made at Na 86 Broad
Street with HUTSON LEE,.
apr8-w!m6 Secretary and Treasurer.
piONICS I MAROONS 1
OFFICE MOUNT PLEASANT AND SULLIVAN'S)
ISLAND FEBKY COUPANT,
No. 86 BROAD MRBRT, April 1, 1872. J
PICNIC PARTIE*) dssircus of availing them?
selves of the magnificent Ouk Groves at Mount
Pleasant eau make satisfactory arrangements
for transportation at this office.
apr3-wfn>6 Secretary and Treasurer.
Prurjs ano. i??e?iciius.
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREPAR?
W. R. WARNER ? CO.,
Offer the M owing assortment of Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price List to Dr. H. BAEB, Charleston:
Iron and Iodoform Fills, a powerful Alterative
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, for Impotence, Loss of
Nerve Power, Ac
Elixir Cmchonla Calisaya
hllxlr Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir Calisaya, lr. n and Bismuth
Elixir Calisaya, Ferrated
Elixir Ca l3a>a, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Valeriana;e or Ammonia
Wine Ol Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron
Wine of Will Cherry
Ferrated Wine of Wild Cherry
comp. Syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
syrup ot HypopticHphr.es (tor Consumption,Bron?
Lozenges or Pepsin and Iron
Licorice Lozenges, cutnlning Vanilla, Toln, Ac
Elixir Taraxacum Comp. Thin ls a new and valu?
able combination or the medicinal properties
or the Dandelion, Wild Cherry ana Gentian,
associated with Ar o manes. It is a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
Its medicinal virtues, it ls u-eful as a vehicle
and for masking the bitter taste of Quinine.
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide of Potassium.
Syrup Pbosph. Quinine, Iron aud Strychnia, (Alt
ken's ?yrap) for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, Indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac
Elix. Valeriana!?, of Strychnia
Ellx. Phospb. Quinine. Iron and Strychnia (of tbe
greatest service where there h a tendency to
Beer, Wine and Iron, an elegant combination,
especial;;- serviceable in cases of children and
Ia addition to the above, W. R. Warner A Co.
manufacture a full line of Fluid Extracts and
Sugar-coated Pills, all of which are to be had at
Manufacturer's Prices, of
DB. H. BAER, No. m Meeting street,
mch33-poawflmoa Charleston, S.O.
ESTATE OF B. M. S CHIP MAN.
Notice ls hereby given that the undersigned'
will apply, on thc 22d or April next, to the Hon.
GEO. B01ST, Judge of Probate for Charleston
County, lor a final discharge and letters dismls
Bory as Administrator of said estate. . > J
W. N. JONES,
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO?
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE.
By J. L. LUNSFORD,
febe Smith Street, north of Wentworth.
(Shocttim, ?feooic*, Gt.
25 tierces Pore Leaf LARD, a Strictly Prime
article. For sale by
aprl2-rm2 HENRY CO BIA A CO. .
- - so tons beat En s ils h House COAX., ex-Lucy.
For sale ciiearrwniJeignding. r o TIC i .
ri? \ Cl fi! ? HENRY CARD. J.
apr8 _Accommodation Wharf:
I yOBTfl.,t(^QfrrffA: SE|!p/tBJCE, arv*
- busbeis Heavy NORTH CAROLINA SEED
RICE. For sale by -RAVENEL A CO.
mch!6 -. . C ? .Uf.tSir.ujT
DY, IN 17. S. BONDED STORES, H
A. TOBIAS'; SONS? No. 110 EAST BAT,
oner .'or sale from, V.s, Bonded Warehouse,*
Choice COGNAC ;abd LA ROCHELLE BRANDY.
Tari OTIS vintages, la l^a??i ?0
ANDT V -
cases of one dosen bottles, each? .
QE01CE WHITE M ILLING CORN AND
FLOUR, LANDING THIS DAY.
MORDECAI A co., No. no East Bay, offer for
sale Invoices Choice WHITE MILLING CORN and.
Extra FLOUR; landing this day. ' '
j^ABMQNTB SHERRY WINE. .
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. uo East Bay, offer for
sale an invoice of Choice HARMON Y s FALB,
SHERRY WINE. _A. TOBIAS'SONS.
?JHOICE HAVANA. CIGAE&" '
MORDECAI A CO., No. no East Bay, oder for
gale au Invoice of Choice HAVANA CIGARS, ai?
ree t from Factory in Havana. . .
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. no East Bay, offer for
sa i e an Invoice o? FJLRE CRACKERS, landing this
day.- . ; ?.. ' .- ' :'. ... -'J'":. ';?
T71NEGAB, PRUNES, WHITE WTN?ii
V. ?Oin CLARET, AC. - '.Otp*
A. TOBIAS' BOSS Offer, for v sale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White wine, imported direct .from
France.. ....... p
J^NGLISH PORTRB' AND ALB. -
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of Messrs. Edward a
George Hibben, of Lenden, oner for sale Hibbens
PORTE* and Bass's PALE ALB-pinta and
quarts. j ,. . feb?S-flniot " s
A Large Assortment of
FINE GLASSWARE, KEROSENE LAMPS
! AND SHADES OF ALL'KINDS.'
Also, a Full and Well-Selected Stock of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Ac. .
! Choice 8. a HAMS, I STRIPS end SHOULDERS.
": ' Extra Fulton Market'Beor f " ,;|
Choice salmon and Halibut Flos,.
Extra Goshen Battsr and Cheese
Sugars of ail Grades
Raisins, Almonds, Figs, Carrants, Preserves, Aa.
l have on band a. FOU Stock of
Wines,; Whiskey, Ac, which, I am prepared to i
at Wholesale ox Retail. " v? !?>
Orders f rb m tue Country will receive prompt
attention, by ad dressing1 letter to Poetomoe Key
Box NO. zia.' ."' . '"." :. ;;" ' .
Ail goods delivered to any portion or the elly
[ free of charge, ? . ' D. FIT 2 GIBBON,
N. W. earner King and cannon street?, fa
aprs-imo -"; ? H* .'' .?
g O N G 07 THE
: ECONOMICAL HOUSEKEEPER I
"Although sil dealers say they sell
The very, very beet,
Not any Tea,like WILSON'S,
WUl stand'a lasting teat; '
And I have tried lt long enough.
Upon a frugal plan,
To lind lt ls tbe only Tea
To cheer-up my good man."
TEAS ) TEAS t TEAS I
TEAS t TEAS 1 TEAS !
TEAS 1 TEAS! TEAS !
TEAS 1 TEAS 1 TEAS !
TEAS I TEAS I TEAS 1
306 KINO STREET.
TOG KING STREET.
306 KINO STREET.
306 KINO 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 this ?
We are offering TEAS at the following low
prices, owing to the anticipated decline ai darth;
TEAS, Green and Black, sold elsewhere at doc.,
we seu at 500. per lb.
TEAS, Green, and Black, sold elsewhere at soc.,
we sell at eoe. per lb.
GUNPOWDER, a nice article, sold elsewhere at'
$l 26, we seu at tl.
Weean and do offer a better TEA at SI 40 per
lb. than can be sold by other dealers for 26c. a.
pound advance. Our motto, ."Quick sales ant.
small prouts," has placed ns lathe van among
the Grocers of Charleston, and we Intend to keep
there. Our sales are increasing, and.we guaranv
tee the quality of oar goods, ,'
MW Remember I
No. 30? KING STREET,
MW ia the place to buy your Teas.
WE LIVE AND LEARN, DIE AND1
THE SOUTHERN DTE HOUSE,
Na 360 KING STOUT,
Dyes and Cleans by : means bf steam, Gentle
men's Ladles asd Children's clothes. Fine Lacee
and Lace Curtains cleaned and done np with the
Soft 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,.