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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A oo"
si tun Nb: 14? East Bay, Charleston, S. O.
.-. nf'V - ? i i.
THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1872.
?- Mr. WILLIAM E. SIMMONS, Jr., ia the
travelling agent for THK KKWB, for South
NEWS OF THE DAT.
-Gold closed yesterday at lOJail.
-The New York cotton market closed dull
at 23j cents for uplands.
-In Liverpool cotton closed quiet; uplands |
ll jd, Orleans I Ud ; saleB 12.000 bales.
3 -r-Schurz and Trumbull received "liberal"]
..-j-^pilng: eh??ieR , Ibr tne/ladles are sage j
green,olive brown, ' chocolate, banana,
cameo, Alexis blue, Alexandra pink and ca
,ipell6. . . .
.' ..^-Alexis's only sister Is eighteen, lovely in
figure and iace, golden hair, thirty thousand
dollars a year, and sensible. There, now !
.'. -The health of Kine Charles' Of Sweden,
which1 Sas- been very poor for some time, does'
not improve, and fears that he may not re?
cover, are, entertained. , . r< ., :
j( - Guaeral M. L-l Bonham has accepted the
general' agency for the State of Georgia for |
th e Brooklyn Life - lauran ce : Company, and
i ocated-at Atlanta, hi ,'
-An'"English gentleman has leaseda 'water i
l??' a^?atka, FiorJdai tor ten year?, with the |
de'aign ? of putting up a m oas and paper facto?
ry.1 The moss will,1 be manipulated Into such I
things as halr-cloth, Ac. The paper mill" is In j.
jtende? td manufacture paper out of 'the com-1'
mon saw palmetto. : Paper made o? this ma?
terial Is'now tined by the Bank ol England for |;<
bank-notes. , .
? - The street ear system has firmly estab?
lished liseif lo jopuiar favor at London, and.
?Wes of new traci:are' laldJ!every" year. ' The -|
track differs- from -that- wbieh ls used in this j
country, and ob.viat.ea some of the objections .
that are experienced, here. It is a fiat strip
of, iron, with a groove lor the flange of the i
wheel ta run la. Thia strip is not sunk, but
ls exactly level with the surface of the pave?
ment, thus offering no obstacle to teams cross- <
ing the track. The cars are also, differently I
constructed, and have seats outside as well as \
m?? . - '. . . .<
:, -The Methodist Protestant, in an ar tide on j
the account ot principle involved in' many f
Church squabble?, - tells a story about a con-1 i
tfovlfirsy la ? certain church In reference to
-using an orgahnh ui? sabbath-athooi; Wisvva
?f-:the members who were opposed to the or- (
g^!^er?'; ?oi-voted^ they "with- 1
drew ' and ?Joined another church..that has i
three-organs." If this, religious Journal -has g
any political readers it will doubtless occur to t
to th em .that the - c o cala le n cy of these eleven ,
atlokiers-for principle was about equal to that ,
of skim e of the politicians ol' the period. '.
?svf Fren ch correspondent say it the govern
ern m en t no w controla an army ol 871,000 men ?
all ready for service. Of these 380,000 ase %
regular soldiers, 68.000 reserves, and: 423,000 -f
.Gardes Moblles who have Been service. The t
-artillery, however, have only 1900 field -piece?, t
many of them antiquated or useless, and the i
expenditure of alTmaterlal during the w<*r has r
been enormous. It ls calculated that, exclu- t
isive'of' buildings, the military expenditures of
. th?. year 'cannot be less than $-20,000,000, a sup
wi thin, the resources of France, but still ex
?tremeiy- large for the force maintained, and 1
for a ti me ot peace. The lull regula jtreogth 1
will not be reached for another two years, *
when it will exceed hali a million of men. I
-A [Western paper thinks there 1B some- 1
thing plausible alter all In the doctrine of the [
spirituaiiats that the real torment of the future
state consist?, not in fire and brimstone, butin
still banging round Inspirit form the scenes
and persons one has left. Thus a wicked
speculator would have his punishment in see
5nj?Wockg gio up without the chance ol eucher
Lng somebody ; the miser in seeing his savings '
squandered; the cruel husband, (they are all
cruel. ) in seeing bis wife flirt at his funeral
with his possible successor; the too sharp
business man in seeing MB dull but honest
partner lose chance alter chance of making a
pile; but lt ls needless to prolong the Hst, be?
cause, as the.sagacious writer observes at the
end of his speculations, if the doctrine is cor?
rect, "we shall all know how lt ls ourselves
some dayl v .
aliiAs au energetic man of business our min- j
'later' to Spam wins even greater admiration
than as a diplomat. Few could suppress
feeling of incredulous surprise when General
Sickles recently announced that he had not
made a dollar by the rise in Erle, from specu?
lations on his own account; but, while giving j
hint the credit for veracity which he asks, lt is
stijl ?vident that, whether or not he specu?
lated In Erie, his leave of absence from Madrid
has been used to good effect. The English
stockholders of Erie, it is now stated, have
paid General Sickles a fee ol one hundred
thousand dollars, and mattera have been ar-1
ranged so that he shall have Conk ling's seat ?
in 'the Senate when that worthy goes into the
Cabinet, after Grant's re-election. The latter
reward!?, of course, contingent, but the fee
i?'basn in hand; so that, taking all things Into
consideration, the extra-ministerial business
of..Genera! Sickles appears to have been pro?
fitable enough. While drawing pay from the
treasury tor services which he does not ren?
der,-'-General Sickles has enjoyed a bridal tour
at the public expense, has cleared a small
^Jfert^Vhy ah ting as agent of foreign stock
speculators, has made several of his allies
richth'rough the rise In Erle, and has fixed
things at Albany and Washington for his polltx
ical.successlon. This trip has been so highly
Butcessfnl that the return of the wandering
. diplomat in the fall has become a certainty.
-The Washington Chronicle publishes a
twolcoluma article by Mrs. Emily Edson
Briggs, a newspaper correspondent known by
?fie norn deplume of1 Olivia," in which she in?
dicates very clearly her opinion that Miss
Pamela Cunningham, who ls regent of the
Mount Vernon estate, bas a rather too "good
thing of IL? Misa Cunningham's regency ls
under the charter passed by the Virginia Leg?
islature authorizing the "Mount Vernon
Ladies' Associ?t'on of the Union" to purchase j
two hundred acres ol tbat estate, Including
the mansion abd'tSe tomb of Washington; but
the writer alleges that by means of a second
charter, quietly lobbied through the Legisla?
ture, Miss Cunningham has become, to'
all practical intents and purposes, the
virtual owner of the property for life,
and now lives on lt In extravagant
style, with a great tetinue orservants, her ex?
penses paid for various' pleasure trips, &c. A
vice-regent is to be appointed by her to repre?
sent each State, who are to meet once a year
for the. government of the association; At
long periods some four or five of them are
brought together, they enjoy M?B3 Cunning?
ham's hospitality for a time, and ask no
questions as to ber management of affairs.
She has deposed the national secretary and
appointed a private secretary, who . also pr??
serves a discreet silencer and no living being
outside of the clique at Mount Vernon has a
knowledge about the lands that are called for,
receivfd, and never accounted for or returned.
So says Mrs. Briggs, In all of whlcb, ot course,
no oae would accuse her of being the least
envious. She further allegeB that although
two hundred thousand dollars are now asked
for by the regent, the estate 4s self-supporting
on account of Its various, sources of Income.
The accusations will probably lead to investi?
gation, and meantime lt. will be prudent not
to. jump to conclusions on the subject. It
may be "diamond cut diamond."
Tho Charleston Ku-Klux Trials.
A visitor at the trials o? the Ku-KIux pris?
oners, now progressing in the United States
Court in this city, will be not a little aston?
ished at certain matters which will at oned
attract his attention. He will find a Bet of
men being pat upon their trial for the novel
offence of interfering with the rights of their
political opponents, made criminal by two
actis of the United States Congress. Ii be
does hot stop to question the policy of euch j
laws nor consider how much of danger to
civil liberty they involve, be will' te infinitely
Surprised to know that the court itself, the !
prosecuting officer,, the marshal and all his
deputies are members of'the opposite party
from that to which,the accused belong. Bat
this will seem to be-a Blight matter when
the B: ranger is informed'tbat the jurors who
Bit as the. grand inquest to pass upon the
noding of the indictment, and-the petit
jurors who are to try Ihe cases,are composed
almost exclusively of their political enemies, j
He will hear this stated, on ail hands, in the
court; and oat of doors, and he will be far?
ther told'tbat those few jurors who' are not
ol snoh polltioal complexion are merely put
opon the panel of the jory BS foils to set off j
the symmetry of the whole array. This Will
rory naturally suggest the Inquiry, How can
Dfle charged .with a political offence have j
aven the approximation to an impartial trial
The astonishment. of the. visitor at these
trials will become almost consternation when
he notices another prominent fact. At the
elbow or Mr. Corbin,1 the District Attorney,
will be seen Ali indi vid u al ' dressed ina dark |
blue undress military coat This, is Celo n el
Lewis Merrill, of the Seventh United States
Cavalry, -commanding the nine inaarrecti?n
try counties, and,chief engineer of the proe
Kations. . He will be observed constantly ic
consultation with tho District Attorney re?
ferring tohlB booka and papers, suggesting
questions for witnesses; and in many cases a
witness himself against the persons upon
MM.' Ono wil). porbopo, not haye time to
consider how such an unknown proceeding
ias-been brought about, and perhaps the
?oncluslon wjjlb? arrived at, that there 1B
lome provision of the law itself which gives
0 the military officer a concurrent authority
rith the regular prosecuting attorney ap?
pointed by law ; bat the lawyer will at once
lay that ihe law under which these pros
)cutlou8 are had contemplates the bare aid
o the Uni ted States Marshal by the military
n making the ar reata, and, that only where
he marshal shall feel himself incompetent
? make such arrests. Then a very natural
ffqoiry will suggest Itself, how far. have the |
Dilitary authorities interfered in the execu?
tion and administration of these laws. It
viii be found out that although it was never
n theory intended to declare martial
aw, yet in the counties under the ban it bas
prevailed in its most stringent; form. Ia the
lands of Colonel Merrill? it will be found,
?ave been the liberty and even the lives of
mndreds of persons. That the information
ipon which arrests have been made was his
-that witnesses and prir aers have been
^elusively in bis control, nod that bis nod
viii either send a man to trial or discharge
lim, accordingly as the accused may be
frowned upon or bask ia the smile of the dic?
tator of nine counties of this State.
If our friend, say frota Massachusetts, sits
down ia coart among the lawyers he will at
once grasp the method and manner of the
prosecutions. First, the prisoner will be
confronted with three witnesses, Davis,
Berry and Gun thorpe, who are used to estab?
lish a general conspiracy. The District At?
torney, when the first named witness takes
the stand, produces a dirty and much-used
roll of paper which is read to Davis, and
ffhioh contalos most diabolical oaths, rules
ind regulations. Davis recognizes it in a
nomeat; it-is the record of the conspiracy
in which he was; he read it by a small fire?
light i2 a creek bottom at the dead of night.
Berry, the next fellow, is equally fortunate
ia having a good memory, and swears wil?
lingly and positively to the same facts. This,
then, is the Ku-Klux organization, and being
thus established, it is used by the govern?
ment as an India-rubber blanket under which
the entire world can be covered in the fold
of this dire conspiracy. The prisoners on
trial may never have seen or heard of Davi3
or Berry and their Invisible Brotherhood, or
may not have lived within five hundred miles
of those two worthies; yet the elastic nature
of that battered, dirty and dog-eared con?
stitution and by-laws, of which the District
Attorney makes so much use, will be suffi?
cient to include under its cover the entire
South. _ j
But there is another feature in the testi?
mony of these standing witnesses of the gov?
ernment quite noticeable. Although they
describe the most diabolical, unprovoked
murders of iaofiending colored men, with the
most intense particularity, by the conspiracy
of which they were part and parcel, these
two above named are never present at the
commission of tbe crimes, disapproved of tbe
organization from the commencement, and
would have it believed that they are as re?
pentant sinners as they are veracious wit?
On the trial of Leander Spencer and Wil?
liam Smith, on Tuesday last, the District At?
torney made a new venture in the produc
j tioD ofa witness forthe govertmeDt, ?iicb,
the best lawyers have inform?s us, ia neith?
er sanctioned by law or precedent.' One
William White was sworn, who testified that
he deliberately shot a harmless negro by
name Charles Good, the victim having been
tlrst tied to a sapling ; and who set np as an.
excuse for committing this outrageons m ur-j
der, , that he was forced by fear bf death, at
the hands of one Wesley Smith, to commit
If the Government of the United States
expects to convict criminals upop charges of |
so very grave a character, it will be seen at
once that it cannot be done before any hon?
est br conscientious jury upon the testimony
of the principal felons. Lawyers of ability
bave informed ..us that the principal felon
can never be put np as a witness against bis
accessory-tils testimony is considered a8
entirely inadmissible for reasons which are
obvious, abd not necessary here to meution.
This man White, by his own confession,
committed an appalling murder, unprovoked ;
and yet he is .used by tne government to
convict those in a leaser degree implicated,
and it is expected of jurymen to believe
Buch witnesses. It is simply impossible.
And just here it might become the subject
of Inquiry how this murderer, White, came
to be a witness ? The district attorney, who
has the reputation of beiDg a good lawy?r,
must have known that be was an incompe?
tent witness. Yet, the government having
used bim as a witness, (as we are told.by
lawyers,) he is as free to-day from prosecu?
tion as the most innocent of mankind. The
crime of murder, committed upon the un?
fortunate and unoffending Good, need no
! longer disturb his mind; so far as the pun?
ishment bf earthly tribunals is concerned he
is safe. -The government at Washington
might be disposed to ask, and perhaps will
ask, who it is that turned this murderer
loose. Was it Colonel Merrill, or waa it Mr.
I.District Attorney Corbin. ?
The Rice Tariff.
We have received a copy of the speech de
livered, in the United States Senate, by the
Hon. Fi'Ai Sawyer.in favor of retaining the
present duty on foreign rice. Mr. Sawyer,
I as was bis duty, dwelt upon the injury which
! would be doae the colored laborers by a re?
duction of duty which would make the culti?
vation of rice unprofitable, and demanded
that the colored men of the South Carolina
coast should be treated with as much tender?
ness as the Pennsylvania and Massachusetts
manufacturers who have a legion of lobbyists
to; defend their cause. Our own position
opon this matter of the rice tariff, as a
I politico-economical question, is well known ;
?but we fully appreciate the energy with which
'Senator Sawyer has, advocated the Interests
of the rice planters, and-especially bf the
colored laborers who depend for their living
upon the maiotainance and increase of the J
.culture of Carolina rice.
THE New York Herald is as busy.. in urg?
ing the, annexation of Mexico as in throw?
ing cold water upon the Cincinnati Conven?
tion. It now says that the time is near
when "the boundary line will bava to be
"Swept away, and the authority of tbe Unl
I; "ted States, extended to the Pacific Ocean ;"
I and, therefore, asks the President to send a ?
corpa of observation to th? frontier "so that |
"our government may be ready for any
."contingency that may and'probably will
i "Boon grow out of the anarchical condition
OLD WA NT E D.
Apply to W, P. HALL,
apns-2 Brown A Co.'a Wharf.
?pEOFLE'S SAVINGS INSTITUTION.
INCORPOB?ED MARCH, 1872.
THE ONLY INSTITUTION THAT DIVIDES ALL
TUE PEOFITS AMO.SQ ITS DEPOSITOBS.
The above named Institution ls now open for
business lu the People's Bank Building; Mo. 9
Broad; street, and win receive AMY AMQTOT on
depoeix, and pay interest on the same at the rate
.of six PER CENT, per annum. AllamountB de
P fited previous to May ist - wm commence draw?
ing interest from the 16th Instant.
While the regular annual, interest ls six FEB
CENTUM, on every fifth y ear .(dating from April
1872,) ALL OF THE PROFITS MAD B will be di?
vided among the depositors who have been such
for the space of one year Immediately preceding
the date or such division, according to the time
and amount of each deposit.
, HENRY S. GRIGGS,
apr?stuthlmo Secretary and Treasurer.
j ? MiBteUatuouB. "
AT $3 60 EACH.
S. R. MARSHALL A CO.,
Mo. 814, corner Ring and Society streets.
?lilliturfi, Strato (&000B, Ut.
jg PB IN G 0TE~N^?GT^
Mas. M. J. ZERNOW,
Mo. 804 KING 8TBEET,
Will open THIS DAY an assortment or MILLI?
NERY GOODS, Ladles' and Children's Beady
Made Snits. ..
Sole Agent for Mlle. DEMOBEST'S F APEE
STOCKING SUSPENDERS, and
DRESS-MAKING in all Its branches.
Country orders will receive prompt attention.
JO B D AITS^^TTBT ~~
No. 107 EAST BAY.
All kinds of STENCILS cut in the best manner
and at short notice, and at moderate rates. Name
Plates for martin? clothing 60 and 7tecents
bruah and mit included. Ga hand, Alphabet
Figures, Stencil Paste, (various colors,) Brashes,
Indelible Ins, Ac, Ac mohso-tuthlmo
LIVE AND LEARN, DIE AND
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
Mo. 369 KIMO STBXST,
Dyes and Cleans by means of steam, Gentle
men's Ladies and 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,
r< EBMANL?JLODGE, NO, ?r K. OF F.
VT Attend yetar Ref?'er M??ttpffJHts (Thurs
day) EVXNINO, at 8 o'clock. Members win please
be ponctuai. By order of the W. C.
aprlS_EU. MEEBBOLZ. R. S.
UNION KILWINNING LODGE, No. "?
A. F.M.-The Regular Monthly Commun 1
cailon of this Lodge will be held THIS (Thursday)
'?V?W?KG. 18th"Inst?nr7 "at'Holmes's Hali, at half
past 7- o'clock precisely.' The F. 0. and M. M.
Degrees will be conferred. The proposed const l.
tational amendment will also m* acted opon. .
By order of the W.H.
. aprl8 _w. OEO. QIBBif, Secretary.
HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY, No. 2
' Attend an Extra Meeting THIS '(Thursday)
EVENING, at 8 o'clock. Members Will please be
By ott er of the Foreman. JOHN BURKE,
PHONIX STEAM, FIRE COMPANY.
Attend, the Regular Quarterly Meeting: of
your Company THIB BVBNINO; at 8 o'clock Hon?
orary and contributing members are requested to
attend. B. J. HOWLAND, Jr.,
MARION STE AM FIRE ENGINE COM
PAN Y.-At tend an Extra Meeting or your
Company, at your Hall, THIS (Thursday) Evx
N INO at half past 7 o'clock. By order.
aprl8_GEO. A. CALDER, Secretary.
ERMAN RIFLE CLUB.-AN EXTRA
, \JT Meeking of the Club will be held THIS (ThnrB
1 day) EVEMNQ, at 8 o'clock, at Llndstedt's Hall.
One Beer, Wine and cigar Booth, also one Res
tanran: and Booth, will be sold to the highest
bidder. Terms cash at the sale.
By order. RICHARD IS5ERTEL,
apriB _ Secretary.
CHARLESTON RIFLEMEN CLUB.
Attend an Extra Meeting of your Club This
(thursday) EVKNIKO, 18th Instant, at Welcklng'a
Hall, at corner of Society and Bing street, at half
past 8 o'clock "sharp." A good and punctual at?
tendance ls required, as business of importance
will be submitted. By order of Captain A. J.
M ms. BENET OARNIGHAN.
apr!8_ Secretary C. Bj C.
QT?OKHOLDERS 1 MEETING OF THE
O SOUTH CAROLINA PHOSPHATE AND
PHOSPHATIC RIVER MINING COMPANY, Will be
be held THIB DAT at the Office of Messrs. Whipper,
Elliott. A Allen, Broad street, at 2 o'clock.
By order of W. GURNET, President.
W'^TNTEDT^^GOOD COOK AND
Washer. One we 1 recommended can find
steady employment-white preferred. Apply at
No. 4 Cannon stieet._aprl8-l?
WANTED, LADIES TO GO TO MRS.
. C. & TA CK. LEY, No. 207 King street, for
Millinery Goods, Bonnet Ribbon in all the new
shades: Fresh arrival or the favorite "Gazelle"
and "Dolly Varden" Hats, new styles of Chig?
nons and Bustles. Also, Trimmed "Dolly Var
den." promenade, something new. apil8-l*
WANTED, A SITUATION BY A
competent Bookkeepr. Good references
given. Address Key Box No. 40._apr!7-2?
WJ ANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO
VV cook and wash for a small family, near j
Camden, s c. Apply at No. 1 East Battery.
WANTED, A GOOD WA8HER AND
i ron fr. Apply, with references, at No. 16
Meeting; street._ 1 aprie
WANTED, TO PURCHASE *?Ofi CASH,
: atman Bouse in the central'br western
part o? the city. Address "Q," at this office, stat?
ing location, tarma, Ac. _ reba
T^A^TED. 'EVER?BODY TO KNOW
TV that the cheapest and best warranted
Sewing Mach toe In the market lathe HOME SHUT?
TLE, price $26 and SST. Can be seen at tbs Gene?
ral Agency,-NortBd-KhTg street, corner Beanfala
street^ T, y BjoSELL.,, . ? ? JaaM-emos
WANTED, A BODTHE?N LADY TO
. teach In a family. One required compe?
tent to teach, the higher branches of English,
Music and Drawing. Reference as to competen?
cy and' character required. ' Address Dc. A H.
JOHNSON, Bamberg P.U., South carolina Rail?
road.' informatfoix can be had from Messrs.
PPLZER, BOUGEES A CO., or E. L. H ALWEY,
Charleston, 8. c. '? ' mcblS
Cost ana -Teano.
LOST, A.CANARY BIBD. TEN DOL?
LARS reward will be given if left- at Net 13
au Phillp street. . ._apri8-i?
LOST ON THE 13TH INSTANT, A GOLD
SLEEVE BUTTON, with coral scroll, either
on King, Broad, Meeting or 'fradd streets. A re?
ward will be given to tne finder. Apply at this
Office. . apri8
LOST, A: BLACK SILK UMBRELLA
: Ivory, handle, marked "Mary Collins."
Three dollars reward will be paid for the same at
A. H. HAYDEN'S, corner of King and Hasel
_ jforSaU. ;
BOUSE, Ko. 822 King street, opposite Liber?
ty street, now occupied by Marshell A McMillan
as a Shoe More. Also. LOT No. 12. New street,
east side, so feet front by iso feet deep. Apply at.
No. 54 Hasel street._, aprl8-th'82?
MOCKING BIRDS 1 MOCKING BLP.DS 1
MOCKING BIRDS I MOCKING BIRDS
AOuut teri"of them, some are mes: beautiful
singers. Ton caa hear-mern at KLEIN'S Fruit
Store-the- Ladies call rt the "Flower Garden."
Also, by next steamer, another lot of real nice
Singing CANARIES,._ aprla-l*
ZARAPE PLANTS FOR SALE.-I HAVE
Just received, direct from Spain, an as?
sortment of Malaga Grape Vine PLANT?, which' I
offer for sale at tue Fruit and Cigar Stand of B.
C. OLMS, Stall No. 4, Frnlt Market. apilS-a?
A' T KLEIN'S. No. 339 KING STREET,
go and see what he has got. A large as?
sortment of very nice Frnlt, especially "sweet"
Oranges, for 60 cents a dozen-abbot eooo of them.
Also, extra good Lemoos, 40 cents a dozen; and
look at the ? Flower-Garden." You can see the
most beautiful Geraniums, about four and a half
reethifh, in fall bloom; lt ls worth to be seen.
STRAWBERRY'S every morning in Une order.
MULES AT KENTUCKY MULE LOT.
Well-broke MULES, from 4 to 8 years old,
lor cash or city acceptances. R. o A K M AN.
MULES FOR SALE.-A PAIR OF FINE
Large MULES, sal table for a wagon, at
HUUKADAY'S STABLES, Colnmbos street.
FOB SALE OR TO RENT, A STORE
and DWELLING at Branchville. S. C.; also
a Store at Bamberg. Inquire at D. LOEB'S, No.
8 Liberty street. aprll-thsin4*
T~0 BENX^TORE^No 168~lffNG
street, next door to Singer Office. Apply to
Singer Sewing Machine Company. apri8-4?
FOR RENT, A VERY DESIRABLE
Dwelling of fifteen rooms, with kitchen and
cistern of excellent water, inquire at No. 14
Lynch strtet, or of Mr. N. RITTER, at Freedman's
national Savings Bank, No. 74 Broad street.
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE TWO
Story Dwelling, with fonr Rooms, two
Kitchen Rooms, cistern, Well of water, Gas
thronghoot, on Cominif street. For termB apply
to WM. H. DAWSON. Real Estate Broker, Broad
110 BENT, A COMFORTABLE HOUSE
. with four square rooms, dressing rcoms and
pantry. Kitchen with four rooms and cistern on
premises. Apply at Ko. 143 calhoun street.
TO RENT, BRICK DWELLING OF SIX
ROOMS. Friend street, south ol Broad, west
side. R. V. MARSHALL A BRO., Brokers, 33
TO BENT, THE VERY PLEASANT
RESIDENCE, No. 35 Mee.lng street, now
undergoing thorough repair. Possession to be
had 1st May. Apply to W. C. BEE A CO.
TO RENT FOR THE SEASON, A
HOUSE on Sullivan's Island, pleasantly
si tua ti d on back beach. The house contains nine
rooms, and brick cist*rn attached. Apply to A.
A. GOLDSMITH, Vendue Range. menso
BOARD TN SOMMERVILLE. -GOOD
BOARD, with pleasant Rooms, m Summer?
ville. Apply to R. A. PRINGLE, No. 2 Central
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Une
and Meeting streets.
?.Highest prices paid in Cash for Crude Turpen
_ . tlne.-ea
Virgin..$5 Ot? I Teliow Dip $4 00 | Hard.$2 75
^tjxjr?lWtrin.---2.;-:-jBL?** ? . ~ mY^^>~^^d\^^
ICADMI?O F MUSIC. A
Wt ? - &- .. :' ?v '"y
CAPTAIN GEORGE T. SHAW...Manager.
GRAND EXTRA NIGHT
of the Great
M A BTIN E T Tl - RAVEL TROUPE,
FOR THE BENEFIT OE .
LA PETITE ADELE AND HER BROTHER LE
First appearance of the Celebrated Danseuses,
MATILDA MABZBTTI AND JULIA LEHMANN;
.From Nlbio's Garden and the Black Croo*.
THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 15TH.
1. MISFORTUNES OF BALE f.
2. LOVE AMONG THE ROSES.
8. WM. HUNNTLEY.
4. A NEW BALLET,
Under the direction of Mlle. DESIREE.
5. THE HIGHLAND FLING. >
6. STUMP ORATION.
7. IF YOU KNOW WHAT I KNOW.
8. THE MAGIC TRUMPET. .
Ad m ir BI an at night as usual. Seats, can be se?
cured at theBux Office daring the day. apris
CAD EMT OF MUSIC.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
NEW GERMAN CHURCH.
(BT F.'VON SCHILLER)
AMATEURS OF THE BR?DERLICHER BUND,
ON FRIDAY, APRIL 19TH, 1872.
Tickets for all parts of the house $1. Reserved
Tickets may be bad at the following places : W.
UFFERHARDT, corner King and Market street J ;
F. VON SANTES, next door to Academy; CH.
BERGMANN, No. (?2 Wentworth street.
J3 ? O' G B A M M E
CHARLESTON GERMAN SCH?TZENFEST
APRIL 23, 23, 24, 26 and 26, 1872.
The Members of the Glob and. their friends are
respectfully invited to participate in the Fes*
No person will be admitted without producing
their Card of Invitation, and nj Invitation wiU,
under any circumstances, be Issued at the gate
of the Schutzenplatz.
Cards of Invitation may be obtained at
F. TON SAKTXM, Ne. 220 King street.
G. H. LINDSTKOTI corter King and Calhoun
MELCHBRJ A MULLKB, NO. 217 King street.
PH. BuoHEirr, corner Meeting and Une
; 0. LITSCHGi, East Bay and Broad street.
J. M MABTIN, No. 35 Market street.
. F. BXIKZ, King, opposite Ann:street.
A. D. LORINz, Na 133 Meeting street.
TH. HEITMANN, Three-Mlle House.
WM. A. GIBI?BN, northeast corner King and
H. WKIDSN, corner East Bay and Lodge alley.
P BOFES SOE BON D,
THE GREAT WIR E -WALKER,
baa been engaged to perform every Afternoon
during the FestlvaL
The attention of Passive Members or the Club ls
resp oct tally called to the following extracts of the
Rules ol the Society :
RULE 7.-PaiBlva Members are permitted at all
times to visit the Grounds with their respective
ramilles, as well as Active Members.
Passive Members lo Uniform-have all the rights
of Active Members, except the last shot, or
King's Shot, at the Eagle, and the tho t at the Tar?
get of Honor. But'they are nor- permitted to
hold an office, nor havetney a vote.
Passive Members pay, like Active Members, $5
entrance fee, and $4 per annum arrears.
Active Members are not permitted to shoot at
the Eagle except they Join the Parade on the first
day or the Festival, or pay a tine of Five Dollars;
and nobody is permitted to shoot at the Target of
Honor except habas paraded with the So ole ty.
Cards of Invitation have to be worn on the hat,
so that the esme can be seen, in vi ted Guests and
Members m uniform are excluded from this rule.
No horses or carriages are permitted on .the
grounds during the FestlvaL
The Members, active as well as passive, are re*
spec ti olly requested to get their Cards of-Invita?
tion from Mr. G. H. LIND3TEDT, corner of Cal?
houn and King streets, Free or Charge,
All the South Carolina Railroads have kindly
consented to bring visitors to the Festival for
HALF FARE. aprl-mws6*WDll
STATE OF SOUTH -CAROLINA,
CHARLESTON' COUNTY.-MARGARET G.
OAKES, Executrix, vs. DANIEL F. APPLETON el
aL -op.D?iL-On hearing the ?eturn of JOHN G.
MILNOR, to the rule in this case, ordered that the
Referee do advertise lo two of the dal y papers of
Charleston; one or which shall be the Dally Re?
publican, once a week for twenty-one days, for all
persons claiming to hold any Judgment or other
mcumbranoe against the Estate of Z: B. OA RES,
deceased, to show cause before the Referee within
that time why the ?ales already made in this case
should not be confirmed by the Ouurt, and if any
cause be shown by any snob, creditor, that tue
Ktferee Immxd ateiy report me same, if no cause
he Bhown, lt la hereby ordered that the said sales
be confirmed, and that the purchasers immedi?
ately comply with their bids made at the said
sales. , R. F. GRAHAM.
True copy: A. C. RICHMOND, C. 0. C. P.,
Ko ti ces in ? an krnp tcp.
IN THE DI8TBIOT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FUR THE EASTERN DIS?
TRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-In the matter or
JAMES S. PERRYCLEAR, Bankrupt-In Bank?
ruptcy.-To whom lt may Concern: The under?
signed hereby gives notice o? his appointment as
Assignee of JAMES S. PERRYOLEAK. of the City
or Charleston, in the County of Charles.OD, and
State or South carolina, within eald District, who
has been adjudged a bankrupt upon hi J own peti?
tion, by the District Court of said District.
Dated the 17th day or April, A. D. 1872.
A. C. PALFREY,
QHOICE F?BNITUEE ATLOWPBIOES.l
R. C. MILLINGS,
FURNITURE DEALER, No. 444 KING STREET,
Near John Street, Charleston, S. C., * '
would respectfully inform the public that he has
Jost received a choice aud select lot of FURNI?
TURE, Including Grecian, Gothic and Corinthian
Chamber Sets, which will compete with anything
In the city for cheapness and beauty of style and
Also a specialty of Ladles', Misses' and Chil?
dren's ROCKERS, and a variety of Dining-room
Furniture-Oak, Walnut and Imitation Rose?
wood-which he will sell from ten to fifteen per
cent, cheaper than any otheratore In the city
Call and compare his styles and price with
those found elsewhere.
No. 444 KING STREET.
At the Sign of the Man and Reeker,
feb28-mth2mos Charleston, S. 0.
FURNITURE REPA IRED AND RENO?
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By 'j. L. LUNSFORD,
fflba Smith Street, north ol Wentworth.
Jj L. MORILLO,
NO. 349 KlSG STREET,
BETWEEN GEORGE AND LIBERTY, WEST S E
Jest received, a floe assortment or CIGARS, of
the most favorite brands, as Mlrabllta, Henry
Clay, Jasmine, Golden Bug, Ac., Ac. Those cele?
brated Havana Figaros at 5 cents always cn
hand; also Lyon's Durham Tobacco, at 65c. per lb.
Please call and give me a trial. aprli-thlss
ll I v ? .>
g-0 N G OP THE
- ECONOMIOAL HOUSEKEEPEB !
"Although all dealers say they sell
The very, very beat,
Sat any,Tea, like WILSON'S,
Will stand a lasting test;
Andi nave tried it long enoogh,
Upon a Ira gal p! an,. ...
To ?nd lt is the only Tea
To cheer np my good man."
TEAS ! TEAS i TEAS!
TEAS ! TEAS ! TEAS !
TEAS 1 TEAS I TEAS !
TEAS 1 TEAS ! TEAS!
TEAS ! TEAS ! TEAS 1
WILSON'S I WILSON'S ! WILSON'S !
WILSON'S! WILSON'S! WILSON'S I
WILSON'S! WILSON'S! WTLBO?BPS1
WILSON'S I WILSON'S 1 WILSON'S 1
WILSON'S ! WILSON'S ! WILSON'S !
306 KING STBEET.
306 KINO STBEET.
306 KING STBEET.
306 KING STBEET.
306 KING STBEET.
On band and still arriving the largest and best
STOCK OF TEAS
Tb be found m
OHA B L E, B TON
These TEAS are Kew Drop, received direct tia
Isthmus to thia
O LT TI
"fte are offering TEAS at the following low
prices, owing; to the anticipated decline ni duties:
TEAS, Green and Black, sold elsewhere at eoe.,
we sell at 60c. per lb. -
TEAS, Green and Black, sold elsewhere at soc,
we sell at soc per lb. ? - .
GUNPOWDER, a nice article, sold elsewhere at
$125, we sell at il.
we can and do offer a belter TEA, at $140 per
lb. than can be sold by other dealers for sec. a
pound advance, purl motto, "Quick sale* and
, email profits," hal placed na In ihe"van among
Ute Grocers of Charleston, and.we inland te keep
i there. I Oar salen are' lncreasin g, and we guaran .
tee the quality of our gocdi.
MW Remember I
WILSON' B B OB.,
KO. 80? KING STREET,
W Ia the place to buy your Wai,
A Large Assortment ol
FINE GLASSWABE, KEROSENE LAMPS
AND SHADES OF ALL KINDS.
Also, a Folland "Well-Sel ec ted Stock or
> ? - GBOOERIES, PRO VISIONS j Ac.
Choice s. 0. HAMS, STRIPS and SHOULDERS
Extra Fulton. Market Beef
No. 1 Mar ie rei
Choice Salmon and Halibut Fin s
Extra Goshen Butter1 and Cheese
Bogara of all Grades
Raisins, Almonds, Figs, Curran ts, Preserves, Ap.
I ,have, od hand! a, Full Stock ai BRANDIES,
Wines, Whiskey, Ac, which I am prepared to sell
at Whole sal e or Retail.
Orders' from .he Country will receive prompt
attention, by addressing letter to Post?nice Key,
BOX No. 243.
All goods ' delivered to any portion bf the ol ty
free of charge. O. FITZ GIBBON,
K. W. corner King and Cannon streets,
Drugs ano Hleouincs.
W. B. WARNER & CO.,
Offer the Lllowinj; assortment or Elegant Pre?
parations, now,nsed by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price list to Br. H. BABR, Charleston:
Iron and Jodoform Pins, a powerful Alterative
Comp. Phosphoms Pills, for Impotence, jd* of
Nerve Power, Ac.
Elixir Cinchona Calisaya .
Elixir Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Bismuth
Elixir Calisaya, Ferreted
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Bismuth . . ' ?
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Vaierlanate of Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron .
Wine of Wil l Cherry
Ferraren Wine of wild Cherry
Comp. Syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
s-yrup of Hypopbosphltes (for Consumption, Bron?
Lozenges of Pepsin and Iron
Licorice Lozenges, cotalning Vanilla, Tolu, Ac. !
Elixir Taraxacum Comp, Thia ls a new and valu?
able combination or the medicinal properties
of the Dandelion, Wild Cherry and Gentian,
associated with Aromatics. Ic ?aa very
agreeable and efficient remedy, aside from
Its medicinal virtues, lt ls merni as a vehicle
and for masking the bitter taste of Quinine.
Elixir Gentian and iron
Elixir Bromide of Potassium.
Syrup Phosph. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia. (Alt
ken's syrup) for Debility and Nervous Pros
* trat on, Indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac
Ellx. Vaierlanate of StryChnla
Ellx. Phosph."vuintne.. Iron and Strychnia (of the
greatest service where there li a tendency to
P?r?]V3?3) . . . * ' V
Beer, Wine and Iron, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable In casea of children ana
In addition to the above, W. R. Warner A Co.
manufacture a fnU line of Fluid Extracts and
Sngar-Coated Pills, au of which are to be had at
Manufacturer's Prices, of
DB. H. BA ER, No. 131 Meeting Btreet,
(Eoparttmstiips ano fiJieaalntiom.
associated with us in the Practice of the
Law. McCRAD? A SON.
THE COPARTNERSHIP BEBETOFORE
.. existing under, the Arm name or BALL,
BLACK A CO, ls this day dissolved by mutual.
consent. Either partner will sign m settlement,
of the business. >_" ;,.," .
(Signed* HENRY BALL.
\B 1 WM. BLACK.
March 1, 1872. WM. D. BLACK.
In aunonnclng the above dissolution, BALL,
BLACK A co. inform their friends and the public
that they intend to closeout thfelr entire stock
with as little delay as possible, and at prices- that
wlU he an inducement for aU to purchase from
them. . , . j-:'-. -
They have also a very large stock of unset
stones-Diamonds, Emeralds, Robles, Cameos,
Ac-which they will set, to '.order, at nananaily
low rates. Their manufactory for Silverware
will be continued to enable them to meet any de?
mands In that linc NO. 605 and 667 BROADWAY,
Kew York. JulylS lyr
:jfejf?^? ?foro*?? ^
jgUTTEB t ??T^EBI BDTTBB1
25 ?ubs Choice BUTTER. Jost received and for
sale low by BERNARD BOYD,
-_. ,. .NogwjaaLBay.
gi C.; SHOUl^EB?.Ain)iSTBIfS.;rt
Ybarreis ?bo?c* sr C-oHOULDEBa 7.
5 barr?l? Cboi?? 8; a ftrtpLT^TV .
Jost rte el ved from Steamer,- ul) for sale low
by -BERNARD BOYD,
apna-i , i, ?.. \0?o. m.BwfcBBfr.
QOAL I COAJJ l' GOAL 1
'soo tonB superior "R.-A Parlor and 'STOVE
COAL. Landing twa day and for sallow frc a
vessel by, JULIUBJA* BLAKE?
pEBUVIAN GUANO*r J -tv ;
io tons Peruvian GUANO. (Gnanape.) For sale
by WILCOX, (TIBBS? co.
aprlB-l*. , .? ?. . ... ....,.. ...
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
70 hhds. Good Grocery Muscovado SUGAR.
IBO thdB.:Prime new crop Mnscovado Moiiises
loo barreja Prime new crap Mosco vado Molasses
Balance. cargoes. ex-Brig "David B*Deane -sna
Schooner "Lizzie Dakers" direct from carde?
nas.,, usa tis j. li o'. $il 2Jj.- '-> '-'- T *
For Bale at reduced prices hy W. P. BALL...
aptll-thstaT ' .Brown A rjq'sWnarf.'
jjg^APON, gL:pt(B^?e; "!:: ?.;
a Choice BACON C. R. AND SHOULDERS,
Choice Dry Salt Meats, . ?
Flour, s Lard, ?_ . ;
Sugar, - Cheese, y
Molasses, r Soap,
Butter; '.. salt,
Barrel Pork* Flahf
Axle Create, Aa, Aa
O ho tc est Brands WESTERN 8. O. HAMS, CAB*
vasaed. > -Also Breakfast Bacon constantly os
hand. . . - g ,,,.
We Invite purchasers to examine our stock.
MACQUEEN A RIECKE,
Nos. aland 28 Vendue Range
j J^OBra, CAROLINA SEED BICE.
- bushell Heavy NORTH . CAROLINA BEBO
I RICE. For sale by. ., EAVENEL AOO,
mchis_. ' . . y . ?.
ftOGNAO. ANPJLA SOCUELLE BRAN?
DT, IN U. S. BONDED STORES. '
A, TOBIAS1 BONS, No. 110 EAST BAT,
Offer for sale from U. a Bonded, Wtrehouie, '
.Choice COGNAC and LA-BOORELLE BRANDT
' various-,vintages,' a ?
~ arter casti
OaseSiOf opedogenbottles^each,!; r
pHOlCK WHITE MILLING CORN AND
..V? . ? ri. :?? ..>&d :B?| a
, , FLOUE, LAJDINQ THIS..DAT.
MORDECAI A CO;, No, 110 East Bky, oiler for
salo lnvotcea Cholea WHITE MILLING COBT< and
ExtraFLOURxiandbig,tiuayday.,,, ? ? ? - ?. '
TT ARM ON Y'S SHERRY WINK
"^TOBIAS' SONS, Nb. liff E*s? it?'OMr' ft?
at?; an invoice of Choice H?RJIONTS PAM
8HEBRY.WIJE,,,. -R;..; ,, A-.T^BLiStaONS.!
/CHOICE HAVANA CIGitRS,
j MORDECAI' af cp^ Na. iio* East Bay?offer, for
sale an invoice of CnOfce HAVANA C?dARS, di.
bract ^m^aotorrlfeHajM*. dr; Ur*-. ;
T7I IRE O R AC KERS. ; ? ?
A. TOBIAS', SONS, No. 11Q ?wA.Bay. offer "for
J sale an Invoice of FIRE CRAOKE RS. landing tim
Inlay. . a -..iii -, o; :-..vog it. :t). ??.? L' .is
TTLNEGAR, PRUNES, W&??r \fJS%
.afro ii --Tl i; CLARET, AC loT
A. TOBIAS* SONS offer for Male VINEGAR,
Prune?, White Wine, ira por tod direct from
.Branca .,-. v/ ? ,,i ..u, <u. y.A
JgNGLlSH PORTEE AND ALE.
PORTER and Baaa'a PALE ALE-plnta and
quarts. ; . feb"
,rj1B;B NEV IMPROVED
WHEELER A WILSON
. ., SILENT .
: SEWING MACHINE.
THE BEST 18 THE CHEAPEST, .
We are now selling these superior Machines
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
? Adjusting and RepairiDg <Jone promptly.
aprS-lyr .., No^aft King street.f
rjUIE UNEQUALLEB MACHINE.
' The HOME SHUTTLE uses the Straight Needle,
makes the 'lock stitch, (afire or: "both slaw,) Usia
self-adjust tn*: tension, and ii the oniy, first claw
' ' pt ice se wing Machino in the. market Adapted
.?very^netiForsewmg/irom ' mullins w>
I heaviest cloths, ? Price $25 actJtft7. v b iaoi)
Agents wanted. Send stamp for circular and
cample of Sining. ' ? T. BISSELL/
, . ')'. i Oencral.Agent,
janll-fmwemo .-Caarieaton? 8. p,
we are prepared to furnish the "HYMNAL" at
the lowest introduction prices. A . variety ot
Styles; prices from 400, OOO, 76C, fl, and up?
wards. ' .'? 9ii
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY. .
NEW CATALOGUE, No. 25.
LIFE AND TIMES OF REY. JOHN WESLEY, bf
Tyermap, VoL 1, fl 60. _,
A new supply of Bishop Huntington's Helps to
a Holy. Lens, $1 as .1 .o: vA. <?? '
The Hidden Life of the Soul, from the French,
by trie author or "A Dominican Artist," Ac, $1 r'Q.
. Truth an d'Trust, Lessons or the War; four Ar?
dent sermons by Henry Alford, D. D.. ll.
Meditations on the Miracles or Christ, by Rev.
, 8. Howson, Dean or Chester, $1 50.
Legends of the Patriarchs and Prophets, by s.
Baring Gund, M. A., _ -
Lamps, Pitchers and Trum-ets, Lectures on the
Vocation of the Preacher, Illustrated by Anec?
dotes, Biographical, Historical and Elucidatory,
or every order of Pulpit Eloquence, from toe
Great Preachers ol all ages, by E. Paxton Hood,
two vc lames in one, tl 76. , ;.. ......
Half Truths 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. M. Man?
ning. D. D., $2. I?IO? oOfiVHVS
?.christ ls AU," by the Rev. Henry Law, Dean
of Gloucester, or the Gospel of the Pentateuch,
viz : Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and
Deuteronomy, each;$L. :;. r.nn' ? ?-, ??r
Mmisterlng Children and Sequel, by Mrs.
Charlesworth, Red Line Edition,' BeatftlfuUy Dios
trated, In one volume, small quarto, $4. ?.
Macduffa New Book, '.'Saint Paul bi Rome,"
the Teachwgs.' Fellowships,? and J)ylog Testimony
of the Great Apostle in the City of the Casars, by
". R..Macdufr. D. D., |l 26. . .. . ,
Sermons for Sunday Evenings, London Religi?
ons Tract society, |i 60. J ;.> ..: a'.At
Bede's Charity, by Hesba Stretton, author, of
'Max Kramer," "Alone In London," Aa. ll 60.
Publlo and Parlor Readings, Prose and Poetry,
for the use of Reading, Clubs, Aa, by Monroe,
Science Record for 1872, a compendium or
Seien tide Progress and Discovery duri i g tbs past
year, with 1Uostrations, edited by E. A. Beach,
$1 6o. ?, '; . B '.' . ' ' a. .. . ?. i
i Heart-Throbs of Eminent Authors, complied by
Wm. Hardcastle Browne, A. M.. 11,80.. _
The Southern Poems or the War, collected and
arranged by Miss Emily V. Mason, of Virginia, 12.
NEW NOVELS, AO. i
Lovels of Arden, by M. E.'Braddon, 75c. -
Kate Beanmoat, by J. W. DeEorest, 76a "J
Two Family Mothers, by Marie Sophie Schwartz,
$L .. ' ' '.- ; ? ' ' . 1 . . " '"
How Win it End? by Heywood, $ 1 60.
. More Than She. Gould Rear, a Story ot the
oachnpfn War in Texas, by Hesper Benbow,
11-60. .: - .. . : - ' -.i.v.t.i :oj
ought We to Visit Her ? by Annie Thomas, |l 76.
The Sylvesters, by the author ol ' "Kitty," Ab.,
$1 26. ? . ... n , . ri
Toe American Baron, by James DeMMe, $1 60.
Poor Miss Finch, 60C .
Can the Old Love? by Haddington, T5C
The High Mills, by . the author,of "Gideon'*
Rock," 76c... . '
A Leaf ta the Storm, by ''Onida," 60a
?- New Novels and Light Lit erat are received
by steamer every week.
X3T Peraors residing in the country wul please
bear In mind that .by sending their orders to ns
tor any books .published in America, they wm be
charged only the price of the boot. We pay for
the-Foatage or express.' 1 1
??-Address . fc '
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY, ?>
No. 2?0 KING STREET (in the Bend,)
mchl9-tuths Charleston, S. 0.