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Address ' RIORDAN, DAWSON & CO.,
No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, 8. 0.
SATURDAY, MAY i, 1872.
tar Mr. WILLIAM E. SIMMONS, Jr., ls the
travelling agent for THE NEWS, fer South
NEWS OE TSE DAT.
-Gold at New York closed yesterday at 12? j
-The New York cotton market closed dull;
Uplands 234 cents; sales 369 bales.
Ia Liverpool cotton dosed quiet; uplands
ll@n?d; Orleans 114@ll|d; sales 10,000 bales.
-A'Hebrew orphan asylum ls to be estab?
lished In Baltimore shortly. j
-Officers In the French army hie hence
forth obliged to write and speak German. ?
? -Tennyson is reported to be writing a poem I.
tb comme'morate the recovery of the Prince of
Wales: ' ?
-A ' single firm in Melbourne, Australia,
shipped, during six months last year, 2,100,
OOO pounds of preserved meat, chiefly mutton. I
- -The cannon captured by the Germans
from tie- French during the recent war are
to be' cast Into'bells for churches. The Cathe
dral of Cologne has received 600 hundred Y
weight ot the metal, and Frankfort 260 hun-1
.dred weight, and various quantities have been I <
sent to' other place?. J j
_Pouch gives a hint to Brother Johnathan I
in a cartoon representing a figure of the Tl ch- j(
" borne claimant In chain:), and inscribed upon f \
bis expansive paunchy "He who claims what j (
isn't hls'n, when he's caught ls sent to prison,"
as posted npon a wall', upon which gazes Jon-1 *
athan with affrighted aspect, while John Bull, I c
bill-poster for '.ne nonce, surreys the scene L
with a waggish air of jollity. .* I
-The son of Mot gan, the disappearing c
Mason of olden time, lives In San Francisco. 11
He says his father lived and enjoyed himself I (
for thirty years after his supposed death. At I
the time of his' capture he was taken to Que-1 '
bec, ana at once sailed for England, whence I
he finally went to Yan Di ema n's Land, and j ^
when there starks! a paper, the Advertiser,
which is atm 'published. t
.--The Journal de Kome, In contradicting d
the report as lo the dinner given by the Pope g
to the Prince and Princess of Wales, stateB I
that'll most the only guest ever seen at the p
table of hi? Holiness Is a black cat named i i
Maretto. Moretto even enjoys sometimes I
the privilege of eating from the same plate as
ht3 master, and of being caressed by the au-1?
* gast hand which dispenses so many benedlc-11
tibbs. The cat ls, indeed, so fond of the Pope, I
that be mews piteously when etiquette and
ceremony necessitate a temporary separation. I j'
When the Pope celebrates mass or gives an 11
audience, Moretto is placed under lock and 11
key, for fear that he should suddenly make
bli appearance by his master's side. " 1}
-Two Mexican ladies of rank, at a r?cent I s
; bali at Santa Cruz, getting Into a dispute in L
regard to the humber of dances.(ide each by a
neutral lover, one of them, throwing ber No. c
6? kid glove into tho other's face, challenged j e
her to mortal1 combat. They met the next j g
morning" The challenged having the choice
of weapons, chose the short sword, and alter 3
a few passes, her weapon passed completely l i
through the white sword-arm of her an tage- I r
Hist, entirely disabling lt. Frantic with rage
and palo, the wounded fury seized a pistol 1
and dared the oner to "come on, Macduff." t
Nothing lotta, the other took her position; the I j
word was given, and again the challenger I
WM wounded, ber left arm being broken by j e
the ball ol ber antagonist. She was carried 11
off the'' field In a swoon, and the other more 11
lor Lunate fair married the casus belli two
hours afterwards. I -
-That Lake Erle 1B ultimately to becone a 11
vast marsh ls a settled fact. In subsequent ,
ages this path of a mighty commerce and ad?
miration of the traveller and dweller on Ils M
shore, ls destined to be changed Into the home j g
o? a teeming population, and to be covered I ^
with vineyards, orchards and thriving cities.
So says an enterprising correspondent. It I'1
appears that the other lakes have an average j t
depth of from nee hundred to eighteen hun. K
dred feet. L?ki* Erie has an average depth
of only one hundred and twenty, and the up-1?
per part of but thirty. Sediment carried dora i
by tributary streams is constantly accumul?t-11
-lng. The western and northern coasts are
made up of limestone of the Helderberg group I *
which quickly yields to the action ot the c
waves. Consequently both shores are con- I j,
stantly contributing to fill up the bed of the I
lake. Land slides are also said to aid in the ] t
filling up process. Niagara, on the other band, ! t
is slowly cutting its way back to this lake, g
and will one day-probably about the year
3000, or as time ls of very little account In 1
Bach a c?lenla'ion, later even than that-drain I J
it entirely of its contents. I c
-A singular action for damages was recently
brought against an opera singer In Vienna, *
In Longing's opera, "WaffenschmieJ,-' ie a t
scene in which the hero has to kiss the heroine, ?
first her hands and afterwards on the lips.
The latter kiss cannot be omitted, as men'Ion 11
ls repeatedly made of it during the opera. At I }
the first performance the tenor, Herr Nauman, j -
duly kissed th? lady, Mdlle. Glndele, which so
Incensed her, that finding she could obtain no I '
redress from the manager, she forthwith en- c
tered a:, action against Herr Nauman. While p
the suit was pending, Waffenschmied was
again performed, and the house was crowded *
by spectators curious to see how the kissing c
scene would come off. After Nauman had ,
kissed the lady's baud, Bhe interposed with,
"There, I will not trouble you for the kiss on 1
the lips," to which the ungallant tenor prompt- s
ly retorted, ?'Thank heaven I have not to kiss
that fright," Mdlle. Glndele became.ro excited
ihat she had to be carried off in a fainting 1
condition, and has again complained to the t
manager. The ref ult of the suit will be ot !
Special Interest to stage jurist?, as it will settle [
whether a kiss given in character to a lady on
the stage can be regarded as an insult by the
-In London there is an association for re?
lieving the condition of the poor, and at the
same time relieving the prosperous irom im
position, which ls found to produce excellent j
results in practice. It la called the Charity
Organization Society. Ita purpose la to make
ayBtematic inquiry into the actual condition of.
applicants lor charity, and thus Bave the chari?
table from being swindled through respond.-,
lng to the fictitious claims of ImpOBters. It
ls not primarily an alms-giver, but an inquirer.
It bas Its offices In varlouB parts of the city,
and employs agents judiciously selected lor
its nurpo?e-ex-pollcemen aad otherB who
are not to be easily humbugged-who inves?
tigate cases of alleged destitution. Its aim
ls not only to ascertain the condition ol the
poor, but to find out what charitable agen?
cies exist in a given district, and
what persons are specially deserving of notice
by each agency. A person importuned by a
beggar can go to cao of the offices of this
Boclety and find out all about him; whether he
has any ? stated occupation, the time he has
been out of work, bis habits, and. the amount
of relief he has received from the parish or j
charitable societies. If the society has no
record of him it will make the necessary in?
quiries free of cost. Subscribers are furnished
with tickets of inquiry. If a charitable indi- j
vidual ls approached by an applicant for relief j
who is unknown to him, he can give the man
one of these tickets. If he is an impostor he
will light his pipe with it as Boon as be 1B out
of Bight. If worthy of relief he will be fur?
nished with evidence of the fact from tbe
society's office. In this way a great deal of
money ls diverted from the pockets of profes?
sional beggars and applied to the relief of the
The Cincinnati Convention.
The Cincinnati Liberal Republican Con?
tention, yesterday, nominated Mr. Horace
3reeley, of New York, for President, and
Grovernor Gratz Brown, of Missouri, for
Vice-President; and adopted a platform
whose strongest planks are Amnesty, Re?
form, the Constitution as it is, and the
supremacy of the Civil authority. This may
well be called the New Declaration of Inde?
pendence; and there is little doubt that it
will be as entirely satisfactory to the whole
South as it is, we are confident, to the peo?
ple of this State. We and tkey ask for only
the equal rights and liberties won by sire
and grundeire in the war of the revelation.
The tariff question, which threatened to
cause dissension among the Liberal Bepab
icans, is remitted to the people for their
ieciaioQ. These can, in the election of re
>resentatives in Congress, shape the policy
if the government, and determine whether
?Yee Trade or Protection principles shall
?ntrol National legislation. This is the
(ne of action suggested by the more saga
itous leaders of Cincinnati movement. That
hey were successful, and were able to recou?
ple the views of the contending doctrinaires,
s a happy omen of future victory.
Tbe nomination of Mr. Greeley for Presi
lent will cause, no doubt, some surprise;
mt, as the idea grows more familiar, the wis
lom of the choice will be felt and under?
took. It is not as a politician that Mr.
Greeley has been selected. The Domination
s a tribute to the independence, the worth
md the incorruptibility of the man. He has
lis crotchets; what man of brain has not?
lie peculiarities of his appearance and the
ccentricities of his dress will be a line sub?
set for the fertile pencil of the administra
ion caricaturist. But Americans, who
lave watched the career of Horace Greeley
hese many years, know his purity of cbar
icter, and may defy bis bitterest opponents
o prove him guilty of pas il lani m ?ty or
[oable-dealing. The nomination should be
specially palatable to the citizens of the
loath. What black, man will forget that
ir. Greeley has devoted a lifetime to secur
ng the emancipation and the enfranchise
nent of the negro race ? And the white
Dan, the ex-Confederate, will never forget
hat Mr. Greeley has demanded Universal
Amnesty with an earnestness and a persiste?
ncy like to that with which he pleaded for
J ni versal Suffrage. When the politicians of
he North were most bitter in their abuse,
Ir. Greeley was the fearless champion of
'ardon and Peace. His ringing denuncia?
tor of carpet-baggery, and of the corrupt
iadical governments in the Southern States,
ihow that he will not wink at wrong-doing
vherever it be found. The election of snch
i man would, in itself, be a standing pro?
ust against nepotism and fraud. It would
>e a guarantee that the influence and
luthority of the Federal Government would
tot be found on the side of rascality, because
he head-rascals choose to call themselves
Republicans.' Neither the secret conspirator
lor the the oifioial robber would find a
riend in Horace Greeley. White man and
ilack man would live in equal security, and,
tefore the end of his term, these United
.tates might be once more a united and con
coted people This is a Southern view of j
Ir. Greeley's nomination. The present indi?
quons are that in the North and Weat he
rill receive no lukewarm support. Some of
he strongest journals in the country have
dready pronounced in his favor, and the
lomination of Governor Gratz Brown for
^ice-President, gives to the ticket a force
.nd power which no one man could possess,
.'he Missouri statesman, the successful
hieftain of Liberal Republicanism in that
it a ti, is a host in himself. Upon him tte
Vestern Liberals should rally with load oc
laim, and the country will recall with grati
ude that he, who might have justly aspired
o be first, is patriotic enough to accept the
econd place in the contest for American
iberty. Such a contest iudeed it is 1 Under
tesident Grant the country is fast drif?Dg
owards a despotic form of government
Uready thoughtful men are found who open
y announce that they prefer the liberty of
in actual Empire to the thraldom of a nomi
lal Bepublic. The course of the admistra
,ion is making Cosariem possible. To
Jreeley and Gratz Brown we look for a re
torn to first principles; for a return to (fiat
old-fashioned fait h ra! ness which, knows. ._n o
higher law than the Constitution; for a gov?
ernment conducted for the welfare of the
wiioie oeople,- and not for the aggrandize?
ment of a party. This is what we hope for,
At this writing it ls impossible to say,
with exactness, what coarse will be taken
by the Northern Democracy. They hold the
balance of power. With them it lies to
elect Greeley and Gratz Brown, or to make
their election impossible. Upon them now
rests a grave responsibility, and it is earn?
estly hoped that they will continue to
exhibit the statesmanship which has marked
their coarse up to the present time, and that
they will act with the prudence and wisdom
which characterize the whole proceedings of i
the Cincinnati Liberal Convention.
j THE Washington Chronicle which said that
Senator T. J. Robertson paid $40,000 for his
election to the United States Senate, now
declares that the statement was published
"without the consent or knowledge of the
"principal editor," and that "it does not
"know any such thing.''
The Tariff Pensioners.
Mr. Burehard, of Illinois, member of tbe
ways and means committee of the House of j
Representatives, during bis recent speech on
tariff revision, undertook to show that over
300,000 able-bodied men draw pensions from
the country through the tariff laws. He read
a schedule showing the number employed in
each' of ten protected Industries ot the coun?
try, and the amount of "bounty" they receive
per capita. The tariff, he held, had largely
diminished exports within ten years, and the
decline In ship-building was also due to lt.
The Bait bounty amounted to $2,350,000, of |
which $900,000 went tp the Onondaga Salt
Company alone. Pennsylvania received $24,
000,000 bounty annually, whloh was $20,000,
000 more than the pro raia share ot her citi?
zens. The tariff exacted fifty cents a year
from every man, woman and child In the na?
tion to support the miners and Iron-workers
01 Pennsylvania. The paper-makers of New
England, New York, New Jersey and Pennsyl?
vania received over $17,000,000; $10,000,000 of I
which was exacted as a contribution from
other Stales. The manufacturers of woollen
goods secured a bounty exceeding $50,000,000
annually, of which over $20,000,000 are col?
lected by seven States from the remaining
States of tbe Union. Massachusetts alone re?
ceived $7,000,000 from other States. The cot?
ton bonoty he estimated at $51,000,000, ot
which Massachusetts got $17,000,000 and
Rhode Island $7,000,000. . 1
~?&-PGBULC M?TlCE.-OFFICJB CITY I
REGISTRAR, CHARLESTON. MAT 2, 1872.-j
Chloride of Lime and Copperas, to be used for
dblijrectlng purposes, will be famished gratui?
tously to all persons applying therefor on and
afr er this date, at the fallowing depots:
G. W. AI MAR'S APOTHECARY, northwest cor?
ner or King and Vanderhorst s reeta.
ARTESIAN ' WELL LOT, northeast corner or |
MeeiUu and Wentworth streets.
H. NEWTON'S APO 1HEOARY, southwest cor
uer of Commons and NaBsan streets.
Citizens are earnestly requested to co operate
with the Board o' Health by a timely and Judl
elous nee of the above, and all other means of
improving and m surit g the pabilo health.
GEORGE 8. PELZ E K, M. D.,
may3 2f8 _City Registrar.
pf CITY HALL, OFFICE CLERK OF
COUNCIL, CHARLESTON, Bi C., APRIL 26, 1872.
Se led Estimates will be received at this office
until SATURDAY, May 4, at 12 M., for the Conver?
sion of Bul ding on north Bide or Hay ne street into
aa " ENGINE-HOUSE " for the Young America
Steam Fire Engine Company, according to Plans
and >pecl3catloas In City Engineer's oince.
W. W. SIMONS,
apr27-Btntftnths8_Cleric of Council.
?&~ OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR,
CHARLESTON COUNTY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
MARCH ?tora, 1872.-This Office will be opened on
MONDAY, April 1st, 1872, for the Issuing of
Licenses, In aceordance with an Act to provide
for a General License Law.
Approved March 13th, 1872.
SAMUEL L. BENNETT,
moh30 SS County Auditor.
TRI WEEKLY LINE OF FOUR-HORSE COACHES
FROM GREENVILLE, 8. C., TO ASHE?
VILLE. N. C.,
Leave Greenville Monday, W. dnssday and Fri?
day at 7 A. M.
Arrive at Asnevliie next day by l P. M.
Leave Asheville Monday, Wean sday and Friday
1 P. M.
Arrive at Greenville next day by 7 P M.
Leaving Greet.ville la the morning, go through to
Flat Rick and Henderson*Hie In daylight.
Fare to Flat Rock $5; to Asheville $7.
ma>3 2mo_W. P. BLAIR.
QrTKA^?8AVING8 BANK OF SOUTH
CHARLESTON BRANCH, No. 8 BROAD STREEr.
AU sums of and over FIVE DOLL 1RS deposite
in this Cans, on or bet?re the firth day of each
Calendar Month, will bear Interest (Six Per Cent.)
for that month as If deposited on the 1st instant.
Deposits of One Dollar and upwards received
daily from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M., and on SATDBDAT
Tills Branch IB nader the management of the
following Local Finance Committee:
LOUIS D. DBSAUSSURE.
CLELAND K. HUGER, . F. MELOHERS,
DR. A. B. ROSE, BEN J. F. EVANS,
G. WCLBERN, E, N. THURSTON.
Collections promptly attended to, there bein:
Branches or this Bank at the most promluent
points in the State. D. RAVENEL. Jr.,
"PEOPLE'S SAVINGS INSTITUTION.
INCORPORATED MARCH, 1872.
THE ONLY INSTITUTION THAT DIVIDES ALL
THE PROFITS AMONG ITS DEPOSITORS.
The above named Institution ls now open for
business In the People's Bunk Building, No. 9
Broad street, and will receive ANY AMOUNT on
deposit, and pay interest on the same at the rate
ol SIX PERCENT, per annum. All amounts de
p sited previous to May 1st win commence draw
log interest from the )5th instant.
While the regular annual Interest ls SIX PER
CENTUM, ca every urta year (dating from April
187*,) ALL OF TUE PROFITS MADS will be di?
vided among the depositor* who have been such
for the space of one year immediately preceding
the date of such division, according to the time
and amount or each deposit.
apre stuthlmo Secretary and Treasurer.
(E5 Bi c uonci.
SOLFEGE CL?ls^^RsTp. J. BARBOT
will commence a soirege class at 6 o'clock,
on THURSDAY, 2d or May, at her P-sldence south
we-t corner Smith and Montague streets.
Terms-$12 per quarter, payable In advance.
SURVIVORS' ASSOCIATION.-AN EX?
TRA Meeiing of me ARsiciition will bs held
st Charleston Library Rooms, THIS DAT, at "
o'clock P. M. By order.
ma;l_A. G. MAGRATH, JR., Secretary.
THE INCORPORATOBS' OF THE
Yema?see and Ml lea Railroad are requested
to meet at the Om e of William Gurner, North At*
lactic Wharf, on MO.NDAT, May 13th, at ll oUock
CHARLESTON TYPOGRAPHICAL SO?
CIETY.-Attend Regular Meeting o? your
Society, THIS EVENING, 4th Instant, at nair-past 8
o'clock, at the northeast corner of St. Philip and
By order. JAMES RONAN,
PALMETTO STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY-Attend an Extra Meeting nf
yonr Company, at yonr Engine-House, THIS
EVEN INO, at half-past 9 o'clock.
By order. E. A. ROTE,
may4_Secretary P. a. P. E. Co.
ATTENTION I WASHINGTON STEAM
FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.-You are hire
by summoned to assemble at the Englne-Housei
THIS EVENING, at o o'clock. A fall attendance of f
Actlv , Honorary and Contributing Members ls
r< qnes ed, as business of imp?t tance will be con
slat red. By order of the Presiden t.
CH. SC11 WIN s,
may4_ ' ; ,-_Secretary.
PHO^IX STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Yon are hereby summoned to at?
tend an Extra Meeting of your Com. any. Tn is
EVENING, 4th lnsiant, at 9 o'clock. Com ribntlng
members are earnestly requested to attend, as
bo si ne.-s or importance will be tranaacted. By
order of President.
B. J. HOWLAND, Jr., Secretary.
B?* p**?? o* ta-, marj
NOTICE.-OFFICE SCH OL COMMIS?
SIONER. CHARLESTON COUNTY,
CHARLESTON, S. C., MAY 1,1871-The Regular
Moutnly Meet ng or the Board of Examinera or
Ch a rles'on county, wi.l be neld >.t the Normal
School, Ko. 3 St. philip street, on SATURDAY, 4th
Instant, at 9 o'clock A. M. Candiduse for exami?
nation are requested to be present pun etna: ly at
tuc hour named. By order of I he Board.
E. MONTAGUE QRIUKE,
MONTHLY UNION FOR PRAYER.
The Monthly Meeting fur Prayer of he
CHU chea of all Denomina lona wlU be held at
Trinity Church, Hasel street, on MONDAY P. M.,
May Sib, at 6 o'clock. '
Subjsci: Prayer in the Name of Christ only,
Rev. T. W. DOSH la expected to preside.
W~Z?TCD?T~YO?NG COLORED WO?
MAN to take care of an Infant and do j
general housework. None need apply unless well
i ecommended. Apply at No. 262 ?lng street, np
stairs, opposite Bean tn In st rr et._may 4
WANTfcD, NEW OR SECOND HAND,
copy or H ARDE E'S TACTICS. Apply lo I
8.. at thia otflce. _m*y3 2
WANTED, A GOOD COOK. MUST
be willing to do general housework. Ap.
ply at north corner Amber.t and Bay Btreets,
1TRACKLAYERS, CARPENTERS AND
. Laboren want*d to wo k on the Enterprise
Railroad. N? ne but competent men need apply.
Apptjatthe ornee, No. 64 Broad street, TIMO
M HURLEY, President._ may4 2
WANTED, TWO VOICES FOR THE I
Choir or the New German Church, one
Soprano ano one Alto. Apply to Organist HELMS.
MANN, Mo. 202 Meeting street, opposite the Ctta
del._ may 8 2*
WANTED, A YOUNG MAN WITH
Two Hundred Dollars, as Partner, or to
Invest the money and travel on salary with a
party going Wtat wlih light go<.ds, Ac. Salary
not io emceed $8o per month; expenses paid. Ad?
dress, stating place of inteiview, M. WOHNEK,
PonofBce._' . mny8-?*
WANTED. TWO SMART WAITERS.
None without recommend attona m ed ap?
ply. Apply to. Huber's House, No. 284 King
street. . _ ni.iy2
WANTED TO PURCHASE, SECOND
band Furniture of ail deaorlptlonB. Good
prier s given. Address Post-, nice Lock Box 122.
BEESWAX WANTED, IN LARGE OB
small quantities, and the highest market
p ice paid by W. P. HALL, Brown A tc's Wharf.
maya-i ha ne_
WANTED.-I WILL BE GLAD TO
have the Collection of Rents, or any Col?
lections entrusted to me. EBEN COFFIN, No. 29
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small Honae In the central or western
part of the city. Address "Q," at this office, stat- ,
lng location, terms, Ac._feb8 |1
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest aud best warranted
&ewic.g Machine in the martiet ie tue HOME ?SHUT
TEE, price %-tb and S37. ..Can be feen at the Gene- [
rai Agency, No. ?55 King street, corner ?eaufitn
street. T. L. BlaBELL._Janl2-flmos
WANTED; A SOUTHERN LADY TO I j
teach in a family. One required com pe- '
tent to teach the higher branched or English,
Music and Drawing. Reference aa to competen
cy and character required. Address Dr. A. H.
JOHNSON, Bamberg P. a, South CaroUua Rail-.
road. Informatlou can oe uad Irom Messrs. ]
PKLZER, KOHGEKS A CU., or E. L. HALNEY, I
Cha?ei-'m, g. V. BlChlS
?ost on? -ferme.
LOST, A GOLD BREASTPIN, CON?
TAINING Hair, between Church and Water
street B. Wnoever will reto, n the same to Mi s.
ROBINSON, NO. e Water Btrejt, will bi suitably
row arded. _'_ may4-2*
LOST ON THE 13TH INSTANT, A GOLD
SLEEVE BUT i ON, with coral scroll, either
uu Kl np-, Broud, Meeting or Tradd streu ts. A re?
ward wUi be given to lae finder. Apply at this
ARRIVED AND FOR SALE AT HUNT'S [
old wagon yard, em Klag street, a lot of 11
Fi.sE COWS, CALV&S AND SPRINGERS. IF
MILCH COWS -MILCH COWS, WITH
young calves, for sate at HOcKADAY'd
aiAoLB>, commons street._may3-*?
FOB SALE.-JUST ARRIVED, ONE
Carload or First-class MULES' AND H<<H
-i?8, low for cash or city bccepiance, at Kentuc
Ky Mme Lot, King street, t?. OAKHAM. li
<&o fi em.
TO BENT, No. 5 ATLANTIC STBEET.
containing four vqaare rooms, a kitchen
with four norn?, g OJ cistern and well on
premises. Apmy at NO. 32 Cnurch street,
MOUNT PLEASANT.-TO RENT, Ali
House cou tain inn alx n oms, pauly r .rn- 11
mued. Also, a House eultaole lor a dwelling and
store. Apply to Dr. J. E. DAWSON, Mount Pleas?
T-> RENT, HOUSE AND STORE No. 322
King street, opposite Liberty. Ap pl. at No.
L4 Haaei street. mu,} 3-2*
EOOMS TO RENT, WITH OR WITH
OUT Kuchen. Apply Np. 6 Jasper's Court,
t?u doors from Radcliffe street. may3-^
FOR BENT, '1 WO WHARVES, SITUATE
on Lucas street, foot of Mill street, with
Offices on eacn ; also fo r fine Rooms over Tele?
graph Office on Broad atreet. For terms, apply
to WM. H. DAWSON, Real Estate Agent, No. 65
Broad street may 13
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, MACON, GA.
The above Company has appointed the under
signed Agents for the State of South Carolina,
under the firm name of ABNEY A PARKER, Office
in Columbia. Aa Sub-Agent, they have secured
the aer fices of M .. WILSON GLOVER for the City
of Charleston, with authority to take risks in any
part of the State.
The above named Company la rapidly Increas?
ing In numbera and in financial atrength, posses?
ing now a large snrplus fund of $i7a to every
$100 of liability, with oiher.pecnllar Inducements,
ro those desirous of making good aud safe m vest?
ir, en ts at home, lt commends itself.
M. W. ABNEY,
J. W. PARKER,
(Late Supt. Lunatic Asylnm, Columbia, S. C.,)
WILSON GLOVES, Agent,
Office South Atlantic Wharf,
aprt?-mws^maye.s,!! Charleston, S. C.
ARCADE i* Y OF M??IG.
Last Appearance In Charleston of
MB. JOHN E. OWENS,
SATURDAY, MATINEE AT TWO O'CLOCK,
DELICATE GBOUHD, .
All the Company.
Solon Shingle..MR. OWENS
Cheap Prices ! Cheap Prices l
Mr. OWENS will bid Farewell to Charleston wita
HAPPIEST DAY OF MY LIFE,
Mr. Gilman.MB. OWINS
And the Three Act Comedy or
Pani Pry..MB. OWENS
WMr. OWENS will appear In Wilmington on
?piBST ANNUAL PICNIC
CHARLESTON RIFLEMEN CLUB,
MONDAY, MAT 6TB, 1872.
The Olnb will assemble at half-past 7 A. M.
MONDAY MORNING, at Wlecklng'B Hall, In Fall
Uniform, with R flea, for Parade and Maroon.
Ladles and Invited guests will be at Market
Wharf at 10 o'clock A. M., at which honr the
boat will leave for Mount Pleasant.
Members will apply to either of the following
Committee for cards or invitation for ladles and
tickets for themselves.
coil u IT TEE;
L. GAVAN A con, D. F1T2 GIBBON',
R. H. FREEMAN, W. S. YABNBB,
mayS-2 J. F. O'MABA.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CHARLESTON-Court of Com
ti.on Pi?is.-W. A. COURTENAY, for Union
Wharves, et al Pm In uris, vs; the city council uf I
Charleston, Detern ants,-Order for Injunction.
Un bearing read the sworn cmpialn. in this ac?
tion, and ibe affldavl of W. R Mu URIS, and on
motion nf BUIST A BUIST, Plaintiff's Attorneys :
It ts ordered and adjudged that the defendants,
the City Cooncii of charleston, their officers,
agenta and employees, be enjoii.ed aad retained
fi om erecting, or canstng to be erected, In Pluck
ney street, in the city of Charleston, the tank or
tioogh, set forth la the complaint, for the pur?
pose or filling the same with water from the Arte?
sian Wi li, m the said City of charleston, to be
uf-eJ Indiscriminately by all peraons and ani?
mals In the said city, or from ti; lng the same with
waier from said Artesian* Well or otherwise, G nt il
the farther .,rder of the (?oatt.
(signed) R. F. GRAHAM.
May 2, 1872.
I certify that the within ls a trae copy or the
original orri or for Injunction, of Ale in this office.
A. C. RICHMOND. 0. 0. 0. P.,
may3 Charleston Connty.
Copartrurebipe ano Bhooolntions
existing between MACQUEEN A RIEuKE
la thlB day uiaeolved ry runton consent.
OEKHARD RIECKE con Innes the Commission
Business, at their ol i atand. No. 21 aad 23 Ven?
due Banne, assuming all llibiilties, and shall col*
lett debis dne the concern. Pa ties are requested
to pay np promptly, at once, their indebtedness
now due. PETE tt MACQUEEN,
Ia retiring from the Arm of. MACQUEEN A
R1ECKE, I respect ally solicit a continuance of |
fa v ot s to Mr.. BlEOKE, so liberally extendei to
the late concern. PETER MACQUEEN.
Charl ?fl tun, S. 0., May 1st, 1872.
RE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing ander the firm name or BaLL,
BLACK A CO, ls thia day dissolved by mutual
sonsent. Either partner will sign In settlement,
ir the business.
(Si gu od) HENRY BALL.
March 1, 1872. WM. D. BLAOK.
In announcing the above dissolution, BALL,
BLAOK <fc co. Inform their mends and the pubUo
that they Intend to close ont their entire stock
with as little delay as possible, and a tr pr ices that
will be aa Inducement for all tu parchase from
They have also a very large stock of onset
-tones-Diamonds, Emeralds, Rubles, Cameos,
lc-which they will. set,-to order, at unusually
tow rates. Their manufactory Tor Silverware
?viii be continued to enable them to meet any de
narda in that Une. No.666a?d?67 BROADWAY,
Sew York. JaiylS-lyr
iflillinerTj, Strato (?oo?s, &t.
g PRIN G OPENING! ~"
MRS. M. J. ZEBNOW,
NO. 804 KING STREET,
?viii open THIS DAY an assortment of MILLI?
NERY GOODS, Ladles' and Children's Ready
Sole Ageat for Mlle. DEMORBST'S PAPER I
STOCKING SUSPENDERS, and
DRESS MAKING la all Its branches.
Conntry orders will receive prompt attention.
QHBOMOS I CHROMOS I ,
We have received a large consignment of For
?iga CU HOMOS. The subjects are from the best
We are prepared to furnish the "HYMNAL" at
ihe lowest introduction prices. A variety of
ttyleB; prices from 40c, 603, 76c, $1, and ap wards.
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW CATALOGUE, NO. 26.
Wisdom Teeth for Little People, by Mrs. F. G. De
Fontaine, flue. Thia little book, by a native au
.horcas, needs ouiy to be known to give lt a gene?
ral introduction into oar schools, as well aa a
learty welcome from ?.little people" that have
lot yet cat their ''wls<iom teeth "
wonders or Electricity, translated from the
F re ur h of J. Balle; edited, wita numerous addi
lons, by Dr. John W. Armstrong, with e&uiuatra
ilons, $1 60.
The Moral Probe; or, One Hundred and Two
Dommon Sense Essays on the Nature uf Mon and
things by L. Carroll Judson, fifth td lt lon, $1 76.
Orlou, an Epic Poem, In three buoks, by R. H.
Borne, ninth edniun, $1 60.
The Bremen Lectures, on Fundamental Living,
Religions Questions by various eminent European
divines, translated from the German, by Kev. D.
Tue Unknown River, an Etcher's Voyage of Dis?
covery, wlih thirty-seven illustrations, etched
'rum Nature by tne author, by Pulilp dilbert Uar
The Wonders or Vegetation, from the French
)f Fulgence Marlon, with hi us trat lo ns, $1 60.
A Buy 'B Travels Around the World, edited by
Samuel smile'?. $1 60.
Injuries ur Nerves and their Consequences, by
i We.r Mitchell, M. D., $3.
The Resurrection or Christ, a Series of Dlsconr
ies. by Elipnalet Nott, LL.D , $160.
Black nobes; or, t-ketdies of Missions and Min
? tets in the Wilderness and on the Border, by
Robert P. Nevin, fl 60.
The Southern states Since the War, 1870-'71, by
Robert Somers. ?-What aa Englishman thinks
iboat lt." $3 SO.
Days la Norh india, by Norman Macleod, edi
;or of "Good Wolds," illustrated, $2.
Dante, tue Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri,
.ranidateu by Longfellow, $3.
William lyndale a Biography, a contribution to
;he Early History of the English Bible, by the
Rev. IL D.maus, M. D, $376.
LATE NOVfcLS, Ac.
Good-Bye, Sweetheart, cloth Ji 60, paper 75c;
?able Lee, by the suth ir or "Vale le Aylmer"
ind "Morton House," cloth $160, paper $l; True
ia steel, by Marlua Harland, $1 60; A Crown rrom
;ho spear, by the author or "Woven from Many
Threads.''76c; Righted at Last, $1; Cecil's Tryst,
>y theautuur of "*on not Wooed," Ac., 60c; The
Thief In the Night, by the author of "Trie Ambir
Soda," Ac. $126; Within and Without, by George
Macdonald, $16u; Tba Hoosier School-Master, by
?gglestou, $i2i; Can the oi l Lovef 75c; More
han She Could Bear, by Uesper tend bow, $1-60;
lohn Thompson Blockhead, by the anthor or
'Dorothy fox." $i 6u; Wanted, A Pedigree, by
farquharson, $2; CloUlde, from the French of
)ePuutmartln, Si 76.
*** Initial i aper and Envelopes, In boxes,
'.euch, English and American, a variety of styles,
k unusually low prices.
fBW NOVELS AND LIGHT LITERATURE RE?
CEIVED BY STEAMER EVERY WEEK.
49- Persons residing in tne country wlU please
>ear in mind that by ?ending their orders to us for
my Books punished lo America, they wlU be
ihargeit only the price of the Book. We pay for
he postage or expr?s". Address
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King street, (lu the Bend,)
apr23-tutba Charleston, S. 0
BAND TOUBNA MENT
STEAM PIBE DEPARTMENT
...... MAT 8th, .1872. . . ,
Companies will assemble at the Citadel Sqnare,
at 8 o'clock A M. precisely, where the Line wlil
be J a rm od according to Charter, under the direc?
tion or Messrs. M. H. Nathan, R M. Alexander, 0.
P. A ?rn ar, F. L. O'Neill and B. M. S trobe L and who
will then take charge and officiate daring the day
in the aame manner aa on the last occasion.
The programme of May," 1871, will be carried
ont with additional regulations, Which will be
furnished each Company on the morning of the
Parade. ? ??-?.'i
Citizens are ri quested to keep on the sidewalks
daring the Parade. . E. H. SPARKMAN,
' Chairman Commute Arrangements.
Drugs ano Mebmnea.
W, B. WARNER & CO.,
Offer the fallowing assortment of Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price List to Dr. H. BAEB, Charleston:
Iron and Iodoform Pills, a powerful Alterative
and Tonic .
Comp. Phosphorus PIUS, for Impotence,'Loss of
Nerve Power, Ac
Elixir Cinch?n la Calisaya i j
Elixir Pyrophosphate ol Iron
Elixir Calisaya, lr n and Bis m a th
Elixir Callaaya, Formed
Elixir Ca.isaya, Iron and Stryohnla
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Yaiertanate of Ammonia
Wine Ci Peoalo
Bitter Wine of Iron
Wine or Wil i Cherry
Ferrated Wine or Wild Cherry
Comp. Syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
>yrup of HypophOBphltea (for consumption,Bron?
chitis, AC ) '
Lozenges uf Pepsin and Iron
Licorice Lozenges, cotalulng Vanilla, Tola, Ac
Elixir Taraxacum comp. Thin ls a new and valu?
able combination or the medicinal properties
of the Dandelion, Wild Cherry and Gentian,
associated with Aromatics. It Is a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
Its medicinal vina a, lt is n-efal as a vehicle
and tor m a-klug the bitter taste of Qalnlnc
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide of Potassium.
Syrup Phoepn. Quinine, Iron and Stryohnla, (Alt*
ken's .-yrop) for Debility and Nervous Pros-1
trat on. Indigestion, Caloro sis, Ac
Eux. Valeriana.? or strychnia
EUX. Pho-pb. Quinine. Iron Bud Strvchnla (of the
greatest service where there ls a tendency to
Paral) sis) > ? ?
Beer, Wine and Iron, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable In cases of children and
delicate ladles. , :i
In addition to the above, W. R. Warner ? Co.
manufacture a full line or Fluid Extracta and
sugar-coated Pulo, all or which are to be had at
Mannfacturer's Prices, of 1 ? ?'
DB. H BAEB, No. 131 Meeting street,
Q. J. L U H N,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 460 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now in Stock of my own importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS, .
9 Oarbollo Acid,
Patter's Cold Cream,
English Dalby'a Carminative, British Oil, Roche'i
Embrocation and cniorodync
TILDEN A CO. 'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS.
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
PIUS, AC AGENT FOB
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
A0BNT FOB SOOTH CAROLINA FOB
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Sarglcal i n s tm men ta and Gooda of loreign man
nf aclare imported to order.
Mj Dispensing Department la complete, em*
bracing all New Reffieules,
A fail assortment of Trasses and Bandages al*
ways on hand. &
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day ot night Janiowfmiy
rjHE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELEB A WILSON
SE WINO MACHINE.
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machines
on Ten Dollar monthly payments. .
Adi us tm g and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANDF'G CO.,
aprS-lyr _No. 208 King street.
rjpHE UNEQUALLED MACHINE.
The HOME R TUTTLE tues the Straight Needle,
makes the lock stitch, (alike on both aides,) has
aelf-adJuBtlng unaloo, and ls the only first class
low price sewing Machine in the market adapted
for every variety or .mewing from moanna to
heaviest cloths. Price (26 and $87.
Agents wafted. Send stamp for circular and
sample of Sewing* T. L. BissELL,
Janll-fmwemo Charles toa, s. a
AV ANN AH AND CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, March 80, 1872.
On and after SUNPAT. March Slat, the Pas?
senger Trains on this Road will run as follows:
Leave Chariest n dally.8.80 P. M.
Arrive ai savannah dally....?.0.46 P. M.
Leave Savannah dally.1L80 P. M.
Arr.ve at Charleston dally.7.20 A. M.
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 8.16 A M.
Arrive at Savannah, Sand ay B excepted. 4.16 P. M
Leave Savannah, sundays excepted... 8.00 A M
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exe'ted. 4.06 P. M
Freight forwarded daily on through billa of lad
mg to pointa m Florida and by Savannah Une ot
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
freights for Beaufort and points on Port Royal
itali road aud ai. as low rates aa by any other line
Tickets on aale at thia office for Beaufort over
Port Royal Railroad. C. ?. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent,
s. c.'BOYLSTON, Gen'i Ft and Ticket Agent
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, S. C., December 23, 187L
On and after SUNDAY, December 24, the Passen?
ger Trains on the Sooth Carolina Railroad will run
as folio Wo :
Leave Charleston.8.10 A M
Arrtre at Augusta.4.25 r M
Leave i h arl es to o.8.10 A B
Arrive at columbia.4.06 F ll
Leave AnguFta.7.40 A M
Arrive at charleston.8,20 F M
Leave Columbia.7.40 A H
Arrlye at Charleston.8.20 F li
THROUGH WILMINGTON THAIN.
r eave Angusta.8.00 A M
Arrive at Ringville.9.00 A M
Leave Ringville.12.30 F M
Arrive at augusta. 6.80 r M
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.8.30 r u
Arrive at augusta.7.80 A M
Leave Angosta.0.00 F M
Arrive at charleston.6.66 A V
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXP h ESS.
Leave Charleston.\M r u
Arrive at columbia.A ?
Leave Columbia. .'.oo F M
Arrive at Charleston.'.. ?*00 ** M
Leave Summerville at.J**? A ?
Arrive at charleston at.Jg A *
Leave charleston at. 3.?) F u
Arrive at riummervlile at.4.46 F u
CAM DEN BRANCH.
Leave Camden.jj*}8 *- *
Arrive at Columbia.10-*o * *
Leave columbia.L4J F M
Arrive at Camden...*....ML* u
Day and Night Trains make close connections
at AuguBta with Georgia Railroad and Central
Railroad. * w
Night Train connects with Macon and Angosta
Columbia Night Tram connects with Greenville
and colambia Railroad, and with Charlotte Road
to points North.
Camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ex?
cept sundass) with Day Passenger Train, and
rona through to Colombia.
A L. TYLER, vice-President
S, fl. PICKENB, G. T. A Janis
355A? AND -M?UASSES. ?
iso barrels Prime Demerara SUGARS
IO hhds. Grocery Sugars .
100 barre B Refined Sugars
*S tercel"} sn?w Mouse-Moiasses
26 tierces New Cr ;p Malvado Molasses
26 puncheons Prime PortoJKlco Molasses.
For sale bj HENRY CGBIA k 00.
mayAl ?' '.' j ' nw .
?H??OB WESTERN. BACON.
Io boxes J CnoI?i*'^?r^'^r^* "^"^"'"T
80 boxes Choice Western Shoulders.
25 tierces Choice 8. CvHsmS' y .; . . '; iiWi
4000 poonda Canvassed : Western. S* 0. Breakfast
Bacon ~ .
. ~ AND " ? .t
26 tierces prime Leal Lard. Portale by iUyiQ
mai4-1 . . ; , HENBYOQaiA^CO*;
QORN! CORN! CORN* ' i u ***??J*
6,000 bushels PRIME WHITE CORN" landing and
for sale by T. TOPPER 4 SONS.
may4-2:. , , , . ... ,,f ..... i?
OA QUARTER OASES FINE SHERRI.
JU WINES, RECEIVED PER BRIG, ? ?. ,
, IJ.F.MAN:?ON,FROMU?D1Z.C''* J?Y!*
?'< ' .. - .?? ?:. fi: .i'?-.? .'fofim
(Sup?r Browns "??t? lo
^aper Golden ? . .-.
s aper Pale.ji -
wwca we oller at low prices. v..~ ?j , . j.; .
may4-amwl RL1NCK, WI0KBNBERQ A,,COL
O H O R T 8^ : h :*??0M?
60,000 pounds SHORTS, fresh groun', an ex?
cellent food for catt.e. For sale by '. ***
may 2-thatu3o ? JOHN CAMPSBN At (SK
8ALTI SALT! ??'ALl'i ?~
:-i..!.. IJ .. i&mR
600iacka Liverpool SALT far sale, at il Ber
sack, to close consignment, by
' ' HENRY OARD,^"rl!
ftp"? ?.i Accommodation Wharfi.
OGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE 'BRA&t
. . - " nr'i! . . -i/fa ?" . .p?v>
. DY, IN U. S. BONDED STORES,, ,v o]
'* ' .. '.. ? ... . : so sui,
A. TOBIAS' SONS, NO. 110 EAST R&fS
Offer for sale from u. s. r nd?d Warehouse,* 1
Cholee COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDY
: Tai^^Ttotaw^ . n ,.,
Quarter casis , \
. ' Pin h ca> is - ?i-i.r-.-..i: -ri *i*r
Elghthcaaka,.,j;., ;. l3T.
Cases of on?flb^ bottles each.' : '?
JflAlR, PRIMEI AND CHOICE , J^GAJBS[
MORDECAI A GO., Nev 110 Ea? Bay,: offer JJ*
sale Fair, Prime and Choice Grocery SUGARS. -,
-p A L K I R .A.L'fcV -.^r:^
MORDECAI A 00., No. 110 East Bay, offer" fof
sale an 1., voice of "Falkirk" ALE, landing d'Aict
from Glasgow. In Pinta MORDECAI,A 00.""
p ORTO RICO MOLASaEi"
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer'for
sale Choice Porto Rico 'MOLASSES, ur strone
packages. ,,- ?. . . , MORDECAI A OftJ?
Jp RIME VHI TECO RNho&ng
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer'for
sale Prim? White CORN, in new sact*. .
: . M?RDBQAI A OQ.fi ;
AD AH A NT IN E OA N D L ES;
looe packages Adamantine CANDLES for salo
bj"' ...... ? M ORD EC Al A CO. M
- febaa-emos i ? . ... IT .; ..-,,., 3 <?Q
QHOICB HAVANA CIGARS. ? *?pa
MORDECAI A ca, No. 110 East Bay, ofler for
sale an Invoice of Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di?
rect from Factory m Oavuna. eu . 1 '...at y/
JjACON, FLO?B, 4<?'' :;': (:
Choice BACON O. H. AND SHOULDERS,
. Choice Dry Salt Mt ats,
Sugar, . Cheese,
, . Molasses, Soap,
Barrel Pork, Fish,
" ' Axle Grease, Ac., Ac.
Choicest Brands WESTERN S. a HAMS,: can?
vassed. Also Breakfast Bacon constantly 0?
We mvlte purchasers to examine our Stock;'
>' MACQUEEN A Ri KC KB.
. ., .Nos. ai sad 28.Vendue Range
feb8 lmetutbsamos ^ nn=^yi
A Large Assortment of
FINE GLASSWARE, KEROSENE LAMPS
AND SHADES OF ALL KINDS.
Also, s Full and Well-Selected Stock of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Aa
Choice & a HAMS, STRIPS end ! SHOULDERS
Extra Fulton Market Beef
No. 1 Mackerel V
Choice Salmon and Halibut Flos
Extra Goshen Batter and Cheese.,
Sugars of all Grades ~*
Raisins, Almonds, Figs, Currants, Preserves, Ac
I have on hand a Full stock of BRANDIES,.
Wines, Whiskey, Ac which I am prepared to sell
at Wholesale or Retail. ?
Orders from the Country will receive prompt
attention, by addressing letter to Poa tom ce" Key
Box NO. 348. '
All goods delivered to any portion of tue city
free of charge. D. FITZ GIBBON,
N. W. corner King sad Cannon streets,
s ?lcsital Socks.
THE WORLD'S PEACE JUBILEE
Ia the book to be osed at the coming Great
Festival. It U now lu the bands of tie 20,000
singers who are to compose the choir.
The music was carefully selected by the Music
Committee, and the book will be a popular and
useiul book for use m all Musical Societies, and
should be In the hands of ali in the audience at
the Colis earn. It ls the very best kind of Libe ret to
176 OCTAVO PAGES. PRICE 76 CENTS.
Exquisite Song and Chora?.
THE BEAUTIFUL DATS THAT ARE PAST.
Howard, 36. -
THE HOUR OF SINGING.
By L. 0. EMERSON and W. & TILDEN.
Has been adopted promptly, on examination,
by a large nnmber of teachers of
For which itt harpy arrangement of Theory,
Exercises, and .1,2, S and 4 pert Songs, admirably
adapt it. Price $1.
Capital Song for Yoong Singers,
MAUDIE AND THE BLUE BIRD. Hackleton, 80.
The above Books and Songs sent, postpaid, en
receipt of retail price.
OLIVER DITdON A CO., I C. H. D1TSON A CO.
' Boston. j New York.
2gQ ELLERBEE^ TRANSPLANT?
AT $3 60 EACH.
S. R. MARSHALL A CO.,
No. 314, corner King abd Society streets.
ttigarf, Sooarro, &i.
JJ L. MOR I L L ?, . '
No. 349 KING STEEST,
BETWEEN GEORGE AND LIBERTY, WBST SIDE
Just received, a fine assortment of CIGARS, of
the most favor.te brands, as Mirabllia. Henry
Clay, Jasmine, Goldeu Bug, Ac, AC. Ti ose cele
braied Havana Figaros at 6 cent? always on
hand; also Lyon's Durham Tobacco, . 66c ptr lr.
Please cali and give me a triaL spru-tuse