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THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1872.
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NEWS OF THE DAY.
-Gold closed yesterday at 12al2J.
-The New York cotton market closed weak ;
uplands 23} cents; eales 728 bales.
-In Liverpool cotton closed dull and un?
changed; uplands Iii, Orleans lllalljd; sales
-George Alfred Townsend 1B a delegate to
the Cincinnati Convention from Delaware.
-"A Forbidden Book" brough?twenty-elght
hundred dollars in New York. But lt was a
-"Not otherwise than embalmed will I quit
Madrid," says Amadeus. He fears nothing
but his wile. !
-Considerable excitement ia said to prevail
among twenty-seven hundred public school
teachers in New York owing to their Inability
to find any provision In the new charter for
-Measures are being taken to establish a
Protestant Esplscopal Church In Rome, Italy,
the trustees of which are to reside lu New
York. Among the trustees named 1B Secre- j
-The Missouri Supreme Court has refused a J
mandamus to compel the State to pay certain I
Of Its matured bonds in coin, holding that it j
could not go behind the action of the Legis- J
lature, ordering their payment In currency, j
-Tho Emperor and Empress of Brazil, who I
have been on a protracted tour of Europe, I
baye returned to Rio, accompanied by the I
Duke of Saxe. The city was richly decorated
aud illuminated for the event. N
-A dispatch from Borne reports that the I
- opinion of the Italian Government ls that!
the Geneva tribunal should not consider the I
dalm8 of the United States Government for
-The hair on a camel weighs about ten
pounds, and sells for more than one hundred J
dollars, which shows that lt was not only In j
the days of Mohammed that the animal bore a j
great prophet. ...
-Grave charges are brought, against some j
of the officers of the Chicago Belief and Aid
Society, embracing negligence and inoompe-1
tency. Their employees are accused cf being
rude and corrupt, and of receiving bribes for
t ie performance of their duties. A committee I
Ol prominent citizens has been appointed to J
make a thorough Investigation. J
"Instant Insanity" is the latest phrase in?
vented by the lawyers and doctors to denote
that form of supposed mental hallucination I
which prompts one human being to take the
life of another. Fanny Hyde, who killed Mr.
Watson in Brooklyn a few weeks since, is
now declared to have been a victim ol this
convenient tor m of lunacy, which lasts only I
while the kllllog flt is on. Twas very unfor?
tunate for Watson in this case; bot then, as
the New York Star says, "he's dead, and of
coarse wants no Bympatby." I
-The Chicago Tribune, commenting on the
fact of Charles Beade being about to sue five
Journals for libel, on account of their sar?
castic remarks on bis latest play, "Shilly I
Shelly," speaks of him as "ARk of English
novelists and first of English egotists,- and
thinks he had better not come to this country
to lecture, because our ruthless criticisms
would lairly agonize him, and our courts
would be full of libel suits In consequence. I
His first action should be against the Tribune J
for those cruel words, "fifth of English novel
-The accounts from Mexico are again more
favorable for the revolutionists. Cortina ls
reported to have been defeated with severe
loss near Reynpsa. It is also Bald that a reg?-1 i
ment of his cavalry ba3 revolted, seventy oft'
them escaping to the revolutionists. Quiroga 11
ls to move on Matamores with a force of three 11
thousand men, the necessary funds Tor the ex-1
pedi tion having been obtained. A report had I,
come from Camargo that he was already
on the march. Matamores is said to be In the
best possible condition for defence, and that
every precaution had been taken.
-Miss Ann Preston, of Philadelphia, died ,
on the 19th instant In that city. She was one I
- of the most prominent of her sex in the medi-1 '
cal profession. She was born In 1814, at West j (
Grove, Pa., of a Quaker family. She was one I j
of the first applicants for admission to the
Woman's Medical College or Philadelphia, (
graduated, practiced with success, and was
afterwarda elected to the chair of physiology
and hygiene in that Institution, which, as well
as the position ol "dean," she held to the
time of her death. When the Woman's Hos?
pital was Incorporated and attached to the col?
lege, Miss Preston was constituted one of the
~ . -A correspondent of the Alexandria (Ya.)
Gazette says that Mrs. Mason, lately before
the French arms committee ol the Senate, is a I
native of Alexandria, and that her malden j
name was Ada Hewitt. She was educated at J
the "Alexandria Female Institute," and was
noted for ber beauly and intelligence, and by
her sprightliness and manner, from ber child
hood, rendered herself peculiarly attractive to
gentlemen. Prior to the late war she removed
with her parents to Washington-and after
wards visited Paris, where she remained al
short time, and returned to this country sub-1
scribing herself "Mrs. Mason." During her
Imprisonment in the Old Capitol, in the early
part of the war, with her child, a handsome
boy of four or five years, she was addressed as
"Mrs. Morris," and recognized by her fellow I
prisoners as a heroine worthy of admiration, j
Of her adventures and hairbreadth escapes I
during the war, and her subsequent con- J
nectlon with the prune movers in the Cuban I
Insurrection^ the public have .been fully ad?
. -George Alfred Townsend writes: "Do j
you know what it costs, to pay the senators'
salaries and mileage per annum ? Fonr hun-1
dred thousand dol?an I Cheap at half the
money! Do yon know what lt COBIB the!
House for same ! One million ! Bat bait !
The officers, clerks and messengers of the
Senate get, besides, $130,000, and the same
officers ol the House get about $200,000. The
police who patrol the capital, and sit around
the little park enclosing lt, cost $43,000. The
stationery and newspapers of the Senate cost
about $14,000, and for the House $37,000. The
Utile pages who run around the floor cost the
House $7600, and the Senate $3000. What
does the Senate want with so many pages
when the more numerous body requires so
few ? It co?ts the Senate $46,000 ior backing
boxes, folding d-jcuments, furnltue, fuel,
gas and furniture wagons. It coBts the House
for wagons and cartage $16,000. The com?
mittee clerks of the House cost $32,000, and
of the Senate $25,000. The secretary of the
Senate and the clerk ol the House get $4320
eacb, and the librarian of Congress gets $4000.
All the clerks lu the library of Congress taken
together require $26,000 a year; and the library
ls allowed only $12,500 per annum to buy
books, purchase flies of periodicals and news?
papers, and exchange public documents wltb
foreign governments. Coming to the Execu?
tive appropriations, we And that two police
men, two night watchmen, a doorkeeper, and
an assistant doorkeeper, at the White House,
costs (unitedly; $8000. The President's private
secretary gets $3500; his assistant, $2500; two
of the President's clerks, $2300 each; the White
House steward (who buys the grub and gets
up the dinners.) $2000, and the messenger,
"Tue Strike In Arcadia.-'
Thi3 is the fanciful title given by an Eng?
lish journalist to a strike which has taken
place among the agricultural laborers ol
Warwickshire, a county where comfort and
happiness seem to reign supreme. Bat the
farm laborer, to whose plodding toil the re?
gion owes Its fascinating aspect, has to live
and support his family on between ten and
twelve shillings (two and half and three dol?
lars) a week; and yet an experienced ob?
server says that the condition ol the War?
wickshire farm hand is better than that of
the agricultural laborer in any other part of
England. The Warwickshire men, how?
ever, demanded sixteen shillings (four dol?
lars) a week, and failing to receive that Bum,
promptly organized themselves into an Agri?
cultural Union, on the plan of the trades
unions which Charles Beade has described.
One Joseph Arch, a well-to-do cottager, who
has raised himself from the even bumbler
position of a farm hand, seems to be the
leader-. The London Telegraph sums up the
matter thus: ,
"At present In South Warwickshire and
other counties fuU of large estates, three
classes o? persons live on the land-the land?
lord, who does nothing; the farmer, who In?
vests his capital, and gives his superintend?
ence; the laborer, who does tbe physical
work. Every quarter of wheat or load of I
potatoes raised from the soil ls sold for the I
prone of all three-the landlord, the farmer
and the laborer each taking a share. What
share ? Well, each takes as much as he can
get. The landlord exacts from eager compet-1
Itors as high a rent as a solvent tenant can j
punctually pay. The larmer keeps rent and I
wages as low as he can, so as to realize fair
interest on his capital and ample remunera
tion for his own services. The laborer has
hitherto been conter : with pay that Just keeps
him above starvation ?J ol nt. The South War- I
wickebin strike is simply an attempt on the
part ol the laborers to obtain a larger shary of
the agrarian profits."
From the various reports in the British
papers, it would certainly appear that the
English agricultural laborer is losing that
respect for "quality folks" which has ever j
been among bis marked characteristics.
One writer gives- an account of a meeting at
Arch's cottage. Arch stood at the foot of a
large beech tree. "On the nporter's table j
"below him were lamps and candles, which
"shed their light upwards on the circle of
"faces, and the noble hoary branches that I
"spread their arms above them. Lady
"Florence Herbert sat by, and as her hus-1
"brad woke the echoes from surrounding j
"houses, the eager eyes and earnest faces, I
"lightened by the flickering lamps, made I
"quite a fine picture. Mr. Herbert spoke of
"the advantages of shaking themselves free
"from the shame of charity; but when he j
"alluded to the boasted beef and blankets
"and soup of the farmers, there were loud
"laughters and cries of 'We should loike to
" 'see un.' ?Charity, pretty cold charity,' and j
so forth." This was not very respectful to
the "lady" and her "lord," nor to the char- J
ity bystem so much in vogue among the
wealthier classes of the rani population of
Yet it does not appear that the agricultu- j
ni laborers are ill-disposed. That they I
should rise at all, after having for centuries
lived io a state which in all but name is ab?
solute serfdom, is undoubtedly surprising to
the conservative squires of old England;
but certainly their demands are mild enough,
and they doubtless will obtain them. Their
most violent popular song is described as a
' 'Union March," sung in glee fashion thus : !
PaiMDs.-Then fearmers be woise and treat
men well !
5KC?.VOUS.-They'll work well for you; you I
knaw they wull ! !
rBRTTCS.-Co'?oajdlne with us hearty the song
to swell !
QUARTUS. 'Tis good to Jlne the Yuny on.
DM SES, 'Tis good lo Jlne the Yuny-on.
There is certainly nothing very revolution-1
ary in this.
The American "-ase."
Tfie yation of this week thus strikingly
puts the duty of the Executive in the matter
of the unhappy "Case," endoreing fully the
views which we have from time to time ex?
"We object to the submission of the claim
for Indirect damages, and hope England will
not agree to lt, because we do not wish it to
pass into history lhat the United 8tates ever
laid anything so absurd before a respectable
tribunal. We prefer that lt should be said
that the treaty was killed by the blunder of
one enterprising gentleman, and that the two
governments had to" begin over again. We
object to lt, also, because we do not wish to
see even as much recognition as would be con?
tained in the submission of the claim given to
the theory that the escape of a belligerent
cruiser from a neutral port made the neutral
liable fer the cost of the subsequent military
operations of the war. It would be certainly
revived, no matter how the commission passed
upon it, and would be a standing menace
to all small or unarmed powers in the hands of
great ooe6; and thirdly, we fear that, if the first
great attempt at International arbitration is al?
lowed to contain a strong element of the farci?
cal and ridiculous, tbe whole principle will fall
Into disrepute. The great military States are
already laughing over it; their laughter >vould
become uncontrollable when Mr. Bancroft
Davis rose to prove, as self-respect would
compel him to do, that Lee would have dis
banded bis forces after Gettysburg If be bad
not beard that the Alabama was at Bea, with
two guns and a crew oi one hundred and
The New York Times, the administration
organ, re-echoes the words of President
Wooleey, of Yale, who says : "The cry on
"a<l sides is : Speedy settlement; the estab?
lishment of the principle of arbitration,
"lastiug prospects of peace, and good-will
' 'between the English-speaking nations. " It
seems probable, therefore, that President
Grant will find some way c' crawfishing ont
of bis present awkward position. Perhaps,
however, he may think it as dangerous to
go back as to "stick"
GOOD-BTB, SWEETHEART. A Novel. By Rhoda
Broughton. Author of "Cometh Up as a
Flower," "Red as*a Rose is She," <fec. New
York : D. Appleton & Co. 1872. Charles?
ton : Holtness Book House.
This novel ls superior to its predecessors in
many respects. In the earlier chapters there ls
something of the unconscious coarseness with
which the average female 'novelist writes of
women, and which had led Miss Broughton
into a pruriency of expression more offensive
than the suggestiveness lu which authors of
the opposite sex indulge. But In "Good-bye,
"Sweetheart" Miss Broughton does not pass
over the border; and the rapid development ot
the plot and the growing Interest of the story
atone for the blemishes of the opening pages.
The characters are clearly drawn. Neither
Paul Le Mesurier nor Scrope is a lay-figure In
breeches. They are men In their weakness
and their strength; in the jealous irritability
and selfishness of the one, and the boyish Im?
pudence and Impetuous devotion of the other.
Both Jemima and Sylvia are well described ; and
Lenore, luckless heroine, ls fascinating even
when most given to the pranks of the "Girl of
"the Period." The climax ls reached rather
suddenly; but (he breaking down of an appa?
rently robust constitution, the clinging to Hie,
and the last scene in the mournful history,
are sketched with both vigor and delicacy.
We have na liking for the death-beds of the
Violettes of the stage, and think we may safely
congratulate Miss Broughton upon obtaining
all the artistic effects, without the usual repul?
siveness, of a situation which 1B extremely
difficult to handle well. There are few scenes
In modern novels more striking than the In?
terview on the bridge between Le Mesurier
and Lenore, and we particularly thank Miss
Broughton for allowing her characters to
suffer the consequences of their own folly. Of
course the man, as neual In such cases, bas the
best of the game, If living be always pleas?
anter than dying; but there le not, In "Good
"bye, Sweetheart," a convenient Providence,
which removes, at the critical moment, all
the barriers which folly and obstinacy build.
This ls a great deal gained. The main fault
we have to find with the book isthat the plane
is low. It is the business of the characters to
make themselves happy or miserable by flirt?
ing and love-making; by marriage or Bingle
torment; but there ls no hint that the moral
fibre may be strengthened by misfortune, or
that adversity has sweeter uses than may be
found In a hopeless and despairing death.
Pp. 173. Price 75 cents.
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".VT," NKWS Office._apr24-2
?pEOPLE'S SAVINGS INSTITUTION.
INCORPORATED MARCH, 1872.
THE ONLY INSTITUTION THAT DIVIDES ALL
THE PROFITS AMONG ITS DEPOSITORS.
The above named Institution is now open for
business in the Peoples Bant Building, No. 9
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of SIX PER CENT, per annum. All amounts de
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While the regalar annual interest la SIX PER
CENTUM, en every fifth year (dating from April
1872,) ALL OF THE PROFITS MADE will be di?
vided among the depositors who have been Bach
for the space of one year Immediately preceding
the date of such division, accordlog to the time
and amount of each deposit.
HENRY S. GRIGGS,
apre-stuthlmo ^Secretary and Treasurer.
JililUrurfi, Strati) ?DOCS, *?C.
g PRING OPENING I
MRS. M. J. ZERNOW,
No. 304 KINO STREET,
Will open TBIS DAY an assortment of MILLI?
NER? GOODS, Ladles' and Children's Ready
Sole Agent for Mlle. DEMOREST'S PAPER
STOCKING SUSPENDERS, and
DRESS-MAKING la all Its branches.
Country orders will receive prompt attention.
fJlHE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER 4 WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machines
On Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repuiriug done promptly.
WHYTE & HARRAL,
apr5-lyr No. 209 King street.
QHOICE FURNITURE AT LOW PRICES I
R. C. MILLINGS,
FURNITURE DEALER, No. 444 KING STREET,
Near John Street, Charleston, s. c.,
would respectfully inform the public that he has
just received a choice and stiect lot of FURNI?
TURE, Including Grecian. Gothic and corinthian
Chamber Sets, ?pich will compete with anything
In the city for cnBapneas and beauty of style and
Also a specialty of Ladles', Misses' and Chil?
dren's ROCKERS, and a variety or Dining-room
Furniture-Oas, Walnut and Imitation Rose?
wood-which he will sell from ten to fifteen per
tent cheaper than any other store 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 Rocker,
feb20-mth2mos Charleston, S. C.
THE COMMITTEE ?P AEK ANGE?
LE NTS for St. Mark's Church Fair will meet
at the residence of Mrs. Mil er, Calhoun street,
THIS EVBNINQ, at 8 o'clock precisely. apr25
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BLE ASSOCIATION. - The Anniversary
M. etina: of this Association will be held THIS
EVENING, at 8 o'clock, at Weicklng'a Hall, corner
King and society streets. A full and prompt at?
tendance ls requested.
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WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
wash. Mest be well recommended. Ap?
ply at the southwest corner or Bull and Smith
streets. * apr25-8*
WANTED, A COMPETENT PERSON
te a nurse. Must ernie well recommend
ed. Apply at No. 104 Tradd street._apr25
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO
cook and make herself useful about the
place. Apply at No. 43 Rutledge avenue.
WANTED TO PURCHASE, A PAIR OF
good Cologne Corn Mill Locks, of 44 to 48
inches diameter, the runner to bel*T 15 itches
thick. For snch a Bet a fair price, will bs p. ld.
Apply at this office._spr25-thBtn3
WANTED, A GOOD COOK, WASHER
and Doner. One accustomed to Milking.
Apply at No. 142 Wentworth street._apr22
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House in the central or western
part or the city. 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 ii OME SHUT?
TLE, price $26 and $37. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency, No. 265 King street, corner Beanfaln
street. T. L. BIsSELL._Janl2-8mos
XJTTANTED, A SOUTHBfiN LADY TO
Vf teach In a family. One 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. 0., South Carolina Rail?
road. Information can be bad from Messrs.
PH'LZER, RODGERS A CO., Or E. L. HALSEY,
Charleston, S. c. mchlS
Cost ano- jagg._
L~?ST7THIS MORNING, ON G?0RG?7
between > nson and Coming s - reeta, a j
large sized GOLD PENCIL, with a Ycl.o w Stone In
the end. The Hader will be rewarded by leaving
same at No. IPI Anson street._apr26-l?
LOST, DEPOSIT BOOK No. 1145, IN
the name or MARGARETTA WIGGER, in
tue Savings Department of the south carolina
Loan and Trust Company. The payment bas
been stopped. The flnder4wlll confer a favor by
leaving it either at the office No 17 Broad street,
or at ti. ROSEBROCK, No. 197 Bing street.
LOST ON THE 13TH INSTANT, A GOLD
SLEEVE BUTTON", with coral scroll, either
on King, Broad, Meeting or Tradd streets. A re?
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Store, Na ll South Bay. Apply on pre ml
ses to Mrs. C. L. HAPS._apr25-l?
HORSES AND MARES AT KENTUCKY
MDLB LOT.-Just arrived a lot of first ciar s
tininess Horses, young and gentle.
. apr26-4?_R. 0 ARMAN.
MULES FOR SALE. APPLY AT THE
State Cotton Presses, corner East Bay
aud Pip ck ney streets._ apr24-4*
FOB SALE, A THOROUGHBRED
Marsh Tackey STALLION and two-wheel
Wagon and Harness complete and In good order.
The Stallion Is perfect aud gentle In harness and
under tue saddle, and ploughs well. Will stand
nre in any way used. Five and a half years old,
carolina raised. Can be seen at B. MclNNIS'S,
Chalmers street, for three days, from 10 to 3
M?LE&- FOR SALE A FEW GOOD
MULES, at the subscriber's Stables, Queen
street, between Friend and Mazy ck. P. WEST.
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LlVAN'S Island, pleasantly located between
Middle street and front beach, east of Fort Moul?
trie. Apply at No. 120 Meeting street.
TO RENT, LARGE AND VERY PLEAS
ANT Rooms with plszza, to an approve!
tenant. No. 42 Calhoun street, next to Elizabeth
TO RENT, SECOND STORY ODD FEL?
LOWS' BALL, corner King and Liberty
streets. App'ytoR. H. MCDOWELL in store be?
TO RENT, BRICK DWELLING OP SIX
ROOMS. Friend street, south of Broad, weat
side. R M. MARSHALL A BRO., Broaers, 33
TO BENT, THE VERY PLEASANT
RESIDENCE, No. 35 Mee las: street, now
undergoing thorough repair. Possession to be
had 1st May. Apply to W. C. BEE ? CO.
(go rua norw f.
will commence a Solf?ge Class at 6 o'clock,
00 THUKSDAV, 2d of May, at her residence south?
west corner Smith and Montague streets.
Terms-$12 per quarter, payable In advance.
I O^fi ELLERBEE'S TRANSPLANT
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S. R. MARSHALL k CO.,
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Pinga anti iXUoinnes.
W. R. WARNER & CO.,
Oder the M owing assortment or Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price List to Dr. H. BAER, Charleston:
Iron and Iodororm Pills, a powerful Alterative j
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, for Impotence, Loss of
Nerve Power, Ac.
Elixir Cinchonla Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate cf Iron
Elixir Calisaya, lr, n and Bismuth
Elixir calisaya, Ferrated
Elixir Ca lsaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Vaierianate of Ammonia
Wine or Pepsin
Bitter Wine or Iron
Wine or WU i Cherry
Ferrated Wine or Wild Cherry
comp. Syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
syrup 01 Uypophosphites (tor Consumption, Bron
chins, Ac )
Lozenges of Pepsin and Iron
Licorice Loz-nges, cutalnlng Vanilla, Tola, Ac.
auxir Taraxacum comp. This ts a new and valu?
able combination or the medicinal properties
of the Dandelion, Wild Cherry ana Gentian,
associated with Aromatics. It ls a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
Its medicinal virtues, it ls u-eful as a vehicle
and for mafeking the bitter taste of Quinine.
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide of Potassium.
Syrup Phosph. Quinine. Iron and Strychnia. (Alt
ken's t-yrop) ror Debility and Nervous Pros
"" trat on, indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac.
E Ix. \alerlanate of Strychnia
biix. Phosph. Quinine. Iron and Strychnia (or the
greatest service where there U a tendency to
Beer, Wine and Iren, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable in cases of children aud
In addition to the above, W. R. Warner A Co.
manutacture a rmi line or Fluid Extracts and
Sugar-coated Puls, all or which are to be had at
ManuTactorer's Prices, o?
DR. H. BAER, No. 131 Meeting street,
mch23-Dc*w6mos . Charleston, S. c.
LORAL E X H I B I TI ON
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OP SOUTH
THC FLORAL EXHIBITION Will open on WED?
NESDAY, HAT lat, at 4 o'clock P. H., at the
RYAN' YILLA, corner of Calhoun street and Rut?
ledge avenue, and will close on FRIDAY, 2d In
B tan t, at 10 P. M.
In addition to the display of exotic plants and
cut flowers, arrangements have been made to
collect for exhibition the choicest Oil Paintings in
Exhibitors are assured that the greatest care
will be taken of their plants, arrangements
having been made for the necessary ventilation,
light, Ac., Ac.
Members of the Committee will be present on
the grounds on and arter TUESDAY, April 30th,
to receive and receipt for articles sent on Exhi?
The Post Band will be In attendance daring
hoars of exhibition, and the grounds will be illu?
minated at night.
Premiums will be awarded for the beat speci?
mens cf geraniums and other exotics, also for
vegetables, berries, Ac, Ac.
Tickets or admission, 26 cents. Season Tickets,
Any further information may be obtained from
members of undersigned Committee:
Dr. A, B. ROSE, Chairman,
Major W. G. VARDELL, S. THOMAS, JB.,
E. L. ROCHE, Dr. H. B. HOBLBEOK,
0. A. CHISOLH, A. R, HOLMES,
G. E. DAVIS, T. M. HANCKKL, JR.
^CADEMY OF MUSIC.
t or Three Nights only. The world-famed Come?
MR. JOHN E. OWENS,
in his distinguished and characteristic embodi?
ments of Comedy, supported by a First-class
TUESDAY EVENING. April 30, Colman's Com?
edy, In three acts, or TUE POOR GENTLEMAN.
Dr. Ollapod, Mr. Owens. Concluding with
Owens's great specialty, SOLON SHINGLE. Solon
Shin?le, Mr. Owens, as acted by bim in London,
New York and throughout the English world up?
wards of two thousand nights.
WEDNESDAY EVE S INO. May 1, Colman's Im?
mortal Comedy, In Ove acts, of THE HEIR-AT
LAW. Dr. PanglosB, LLD., A. S. S., Mr. Owens.
To conolnde with the amoBlog Comedy of THE
HAPPIEST DAY OF MY LIFE. Mr. Gilman, Mr.
THURSDAY-LAST NIGHT-Sterling Coyne's
Comedv.lu three acts, or EVERYBODY'S FRIEND.
Major DeBous, Mr. Owens. Concluding with
Owens's Farce or FORTY WINKS. Horatio
Sprlgglos a Miserly Buttonmaker from Birming?
ham, Mr. Owens.
49- the sale or reserved seats for each or Mr.
OWENS's nights will take place OB Tharfdav,
April 25th, at 9 o'clock, at the Academy o? Music.
Admission $1. Reserved Seats $1 60. Gallery 60
CHARLESTON GERMAN SCH?TZENFEST
APRIL 22, 23, 24, 26 and 20, 1872.
_ The Members of the Clnb and their friends are
respectfully invited to participate In the Fes?
No person win be admitted without producing
thtlr Card of Invitation, and n> Invitation will,
nuder any circumstances, be issued at the gate
of the Schatzenplatz.
Cards of invitation may be obtained at
F. VON sAKTEN, No. 229 King street.
G. H. LINDSTBDT, corner King and Calhoun
M jitcHERs i MULLER, No. 217 King street.
PH. BCCHHEIT, corner Meeting and Line
C. LiTscnot, East Bay and Broad street.
J. M. MAKTIK, No. 86 Market street.
F. HXIKZ, King, opposite Ann street.
A. D. LORENZ, NO. 183 Meeting street.
TH. HEITMANN, Three Mlle House.
WM. A. GIB.CN, northeast corner King and
H. WREDEN, corner East Bay and Lodge alley.
THE GREAT WIRE-WALKER,
has been engaged to perform every Afternoon
daring the Festival
The attention of Passive Members of the Club ls
respectfully called to the following extracts of the ,
Rules of the Society :
Roxi 7.-Passive Members are permitted at all
times to viHit the Grounds with their respective
laraine1?, as well fis Active Members.
Passive Members In Uniform have all the rights
or Active Members, except the last shot, or
King's Shoe, at the Eagle, and the shot at the Tar?
get of Honor. Bot they are not permitted to j
tn ld an office, nor have tney a vee.
Passive Members-pay, like Active Members, $6
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 fine of Five Dollars;
and nobody ls permitted to shoot at the Target of
Honor except he ba? paraded wltu the Society.
Cards of Invitation have to be worn on the hat,
BO that the same can be seen. Invited Guests and
Members in uniform are excluded from this role.
No horses or carriages are permitted on the
grounds daring the Festival
The Members, active as well as passive, are re?
spectfully requested to get their Cards of Invita?
tion from Mr. G. H. LINDSTEDT, corner Of Cal?
houn and King streets, Free or Charge.
All the Sooth Carolina Railroads have kindly
consented to bring visitors to the Festival for
HALF FARE. sprl-mw86AWDll
JNDEPENDENT ORDER ODD FELLOWS
The Fifty-third Anniversary of the Introduction
of Odd Fellowship Into America will be celebrated
at Freandschsftsbund Hall ou FRIDAY EVENING,
April 26th. The ladles and public generally ate
ORDER OF EXERCISES.
Prayer, by Rev. Brother 0. F. GREGORY. P.
Address, by WILMOT G. DB5AUSSURE, P. G.
Address, by J. S. BUIST, P. G.
Address, by A. G. MAGRATH, Jr., P. G.
Arrangements have been made with the differ?
ent Railroads which will enable those of the Or?
der to come and return for one fare.
JOB DAWSON, JR.,
STENCIL CU T-T E B,
NO. 107 EAST BAY.
All kinds or STENCILS cut in the best manner
and at short notice, and at moderate rates. Name
Plates for markinz clothing 60 an i 76 cents,
brush and lnfc Included. On hand, Alphabet
Figures, stencil Paste, (vari?os colors,) Brushes,
Indelible Ink Ac. Ac. mchsa-tuthimo
rp T. CHAPEAU & CO.,
DEALERS AND DISTILLERS OF
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE No. 143 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
The highest prices paid ror Crude,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Line
and Meeting streets.
.9-Hlghest prices paid in cash for Crude Turp?n
Virgin..$6 M | Yellow Dip $4 00 | Hard.$2 76
(3rormci, tiquoxs, Ut.
ONG OP THE
"Although all dealers say they sell '
The yery, very best,
Hot any Tea, like WILSON %
Will stand a lasting test;
And I have tried lt long enough,
Upon a frugal plan,
To And lt is the only Tea
To cheer up my good man."
306 EIN G STREET.
306 KINO STREET.
306 KING STREET.
. . 306 KING STREET.
On hand and stu1, arriving the largest and best
STOCK OP TEAS
To be found in
' These TEAS aro New Crop, received direct via
Isthmus to this
We are offering TEAS at the following low
prices, owing to the anticipated decline in duties:
TEAS, Green and Black, Bold elsewhere at ooo.,
we sell at soc per lb.
TEAS, Green and Black, sold elsewhere at soc.,
we sell at soc. per lb.
GUNPOWDER, a nice Brucie, sold elsewhere at
$125, we sell at $l.
We can and do offer a better TBA at $140 per
lb. than can be sold by other dealers for ssc. a
pound advance. Our motto, "Quick sales and
small profits," aaa placed us In the van among
the Grocers of Charleston nd we intend te keep
there. Our sales are increasing, and we guaran?
tee tbs quality of our goods.
ta- Remember I
NO. 306 KINO STREET,
tor ls tte place to bny your Teas. -6?
A Large Assortment of
FINE GLASSWARE, KEROSENE LAMPS
AND SHADES OF ALL KINDS.
Also, a Full and Well-Selected Stock or
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Ac.
Choice S. O. HAMS, STRIPS and SHOULDERS
Extra Fulton Market Beer
No. 1 Mackerel
Choice Salmon and Halibut Fins
Extra Goshen Batter and Cheese
Sugars of all Grades
Hals Ins, Almond:), Figs, Carrants, Preserves, Ac.
I have on hand a Fall Stock or BRANDIES,
Wines, Whiskey, Ac., which I am prepared to sell
at Wholesale or Retail.
Orders Irom the Country will receive prompt
attention, by addressing letter to Postofflce Key
BOX No. 246.
All goods delivered to any portion of the city
free of charge. D. FITZ GIBBON,
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets,
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AND HIS HIRELINGS
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STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
CHARLESTON COUNTY.-MARGARET G.
OAKES. Executrix, vs. DANIEL F. APPLETON et
aL-ORD ER.-On h-arlng the letnra of JOHN G.
MiLNuR to the rule la this case, ordered that the
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Charleston, one of which shall be the Dally Re?
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caose be shown by any snob, creditor, that the
Rt fe ree limned ateiy report the same, ir no cause
be shown, lt ls hereby ordered that the said Bales
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UNITcD STATES. FOR THE EASTERN DIS?
TRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-In the matter ot |
JAMES S. PERRYCLEAR, Bankrupt-in Bank?
ruptcy.-To whom it may Concern: The under?
signed hereby gives notice of bis appointment aa
Assignee or JAMES S. PE RRYCLE >.?, or the City
of Charleston,. lu the County or Charleston, and '
State or south carolina, within t-ald District, who
has been ndjudged a banktupt npon his own peti?
tion, by the District Court or said District.
Dated the 17th day or Apru, A. D. 1872.
A C. PALFREY,
OlopartnetBijipG ano flhogalnlioTif.
J. existing under the firm -name or BALL,
BLACK A CO, IB this day dissolved by mutnai
consent Either partner will sign in settlement,
or the business.
(Signed) HENRY BALL.
March 1, 1872. . WM. D. BLACK.
In announcing the above dissolution, BALL,
BLACK A CU. inform their mends and the public
tbat they Intend to close ont their entire stock
with as little delay as possible, and at prices that
will be an Inducement for all to parchase from |
They have also a very large stock or 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 line. No. 665 and 607 BROADWAY,
New York. julylS lyr
&totc?t?t fgggg; Ut.
gACON! BACON ! BACON I
M bhds. strictly Choice Western O. R, BACDS
26 hhds. strictly Choice Western Bacon Soonlders.
26 tierces Cbolce Western Hams.
Fir sale In quantities to snit purchasers at low?
est market rates by
RAVEN EL, HOLMES A CO., "
apy26-2 _ go. ITT Fast Bay.
TJ\ O B A C C O .
26 boxes vi RGiN r A TOBACCO, for sale In quan?
tities to salt purchasers, by
s pr25-2 ._BAVEN'EL," HOLMES A CO.
Q A TS/ AND H AY.
8900 bushels-Heavy Feeding OATS - ;
200 bates Prime Hay.
flor rale by HEBMANN B?LWINKLE,
apr26 . Ken* Wharf.
- ? .
Landing this day a cargo of Superior Lil?E.
Cement, Plaster, Hair, Sind, Gravel, Chimney
Tops, Drain Pipe, Ac, Ac
For sale at Bonders'.Depot, No. M Church
street, three doors north of Broad.
apr24-a _E: M. GRIME E.
"^yINES, ALMONDS AND FILBERTS.
80 pipes Catalonia Claret'WINE i ,
16 nalf-plpes Catalonia Claret Wine ?W?^3 .
80 bois. Sweet Garnacha Wines
60 sacks Soft-Shell Almonds
29 sacks Filberts. .1 - ' "
Ex-Spanish Brig Timoteo, from Barcelona,
(Spain,) and for Sale low to close consignments by
W. P. HAMuV
apr28-8 Brown * Co.'s Wharf. '
gALTl SALTI * SALBEI
600 racks Liverpool SALT for sale, at $1 per
sack, to close consignment, by
spr22 Accommodation Wharf.
JJAT1 HAY! HAT! %;
271 bales PRIME HAY landing ana for. sal?
by HERMANN B?LWINKLE,
spr22 Ken's Wharr.*
No. 1 PERUVIAN (CHINCHA) GUA?
NO AND LAND PLASTER.
26 tons PERUVIAN (CHINCHA) GUANO
200 barrels Land Piaster.
For sale by HERMAN BUL WINKLE,
J!AIR, PBTME AND CHOICE 8UGAB3."
MORDECAI A CO., Na 110 East Bay, offer for
sale Fair, Prime and Choice Grocery SUGARS.
_MOttDBOAl A CO.
ALK IRK ALE.
MORDECAI A CO., No. no East Bay, oller for
sale an invoice or "Falkirk" ALE. landing direct
from Q lu gow, in Pinta, MORDECAI * CO.; .
pORTO RICO MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 -East Bay, Off? itt
tale Choice Porto Rico MOLASSES, In strong
packages._ . MORDECAI A CO.
RIME WHITE CORN.
MORDECAI A CO., No. Ho East Bay, offer ror
sale Prime White CORN, in new sacks. ." '?*
looo packages Adamantine CANDLES for-sale
hy MORDECAI A CO.
QHOICE BATANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay. Offer for
sale an invoice or Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di
rect from Factory In Havana. . ". .
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BBAN
' DY, DIU. S. BONDED STORES.
A TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY,
Oflbr for sale from u. & Bonded Wa rehouse,
Choice COGNAO and LA ROCHELLE BRANDY
Tarions vintages, ht
Cases of one dosen bottles each.
I^LTOBTH CAROLINA SEED RICE.
- bushels Heavy NORTH CAROLINA SEED
RICE. For sale by RAYKNEL A CO.
gUGAR AND MOLASSES.
70 hods. Good Grocery Muscovado SUGAR
16u hhds. Prime new crop Muscovado Molaates s
loo barrels Prime new crop Mascovado Molasses :
Balance cargoes ex-Brig "jjarid B. Doane and
schooner "Lizzie Dakers1'' direct from Carde?
For sale at reduced prices by W. P. HALL '
aprii-to um: Brown A Co.'s Wharf.
JJ A CON, FLOUR, Ac
, Choleo BACON C. R. AND SHOULDERS,'
Choice Dry Salt Meats,
-ugar. Cheese, T
Barrel Pork, Flan,
Axle Grease, Ac, Ac
Choicest Brands WESTERN S. 0; HAMS, can?
vassed. Also Breakfast Bacon constantly oa
We invite purchasers to examine our Stock*
MACQUEEN A RIEORE,T
Nos. 21 and 28 Vendue Range
Si tm flnblicaticns.
We have received a large consignment of For?
eign OUHOMOS. The subjects are from the beat
.We are prepared to famish the "HYMNAL" at
the lowest introduction prices. A variety of
styles; prices from40c eo-> 760, si, and upwards.
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Wonders of Electricity, translated from the
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