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No. 140 Rast Bay, Charleston, s. C.
FfilDAY, MAY 31, 1872.
. JO- Mr. WILLIAM E. SIMMONS, Jr., ls tee
travelling agent for THE NKWS, for South
BEWS OF TBE DAT.
-Thomas Carlyle, the great English author,
has come out lu favor of a prohibitory liquor
tew for England.
-The Government of-Sweden offers a prize
for the best essay on the means of preventing
the emigration of the rural and laboring
i classes from that country.
.-The Albany Argus, the central organ of
. the New York Democracy, is lor the adoption
cf the Cincinnati ticket at: Ballimore. No
doubt the New York delegation wilt be unani?
mous In that way.
-The Parisians just now are in a high state
. of indignation because Nilsson and Patti are
nat singing this season In that city, because lt
does net pay. The singers are accordingly
charged with ingratitude.
-The Jewish Messenger says that the
Hebrew libraries were always open on the
seventh day or Jewish Sabbath. It adds : "We
never heard of an Israelite objecting to read
on the Sabbath, orto look at pictures either.".
-Regarding Prince Bismarck's-Illness, the
Lancet has authority tor stating that Hie nerv?
ous exhaustion, due to anxiety overwork,
has resulted in sleeplessness of such persist?
ency that retirement from official duty is im?
-There ts to be (inite an Influx of English
Immigrants into Virginia. Fifty families have
recently settled near Gordon s vi l le, and anot lier.
English party is now.prospecting in that State
with the Intention of purchasing twenty-five
thousand acres of land.
-The Roanoke News says a boy in Weldon,
N. C., has made fifteen hundred dollars clear
in lour years peddling oranges and peanuts on
the trains muni og into that town, and had.
but forty cents to start on; and he has attended
school every day besides. That>boy deserves
to get along lil the world.
? -Gustave Dore is about to challenge the
opinion of toe world of art on a grand scale.
He has Jost finished a picture thirty feet long
by twenty ?Vet .wide, at which he has been
working or??.ty constantly for the last four
years. The subject of this large composition
ls "Christ Leaving the Temple," and lt con?
tains about four hundred figures.
-The topography of Vesuvius ls reported
to be completely changed since the eruption.
A correspondent, writing from Naples, says:
?It ls as though an earthquake had altered
everything. Hills have appeared where, but
a few days ago, stones stood for visitors to
rest noon. Precipices have been formed
which almost prevent further advance. All ls.
altered; the very shape of tue mountain has
lost Its well-known outlines, and the view ls
-London has a new sensation in the person
of a new tenor, ^gnor Cam pan mi, who ls said
to be the long-looked-for successor of Mario,
who "brok?all hearts like chinaware twenty
/golden yearn ago." The new tenor, is thus de-,
scribed by the Athenasnm: "He is above the
?middle height, with good features, and that
essential one, a good eye. His action ls easy,
unconstrained'and graceful; he commands the
stage. Hie voice comes frqja the chest, and in
Its range ls equal la quality-the four notes up
to B flat he cm sing with ringing loree."
- ?he accounts relating to the whereabouts
of Dr. Livingstone are of late of a rather con?
tradictory character. . At a recent meeting
.of tbe Boyal Geographical Society In London,
Sir FI. Rawlinson remarked t bat the .-opinion
of the council of the society was favorable to
the authenticity of the intelligence received
b?telegram-announcing the-great explorer's
safety; but lt Waa believed that if there had
been any discovery, lt was Dr. Livingstone
who had discovered Mr. Stanley, and not Mr.
S tan rey who had discovered. and relieved Dr.
Livingstone.* Tbe reason given for taking
this view of the subject was, that by tbe last
accounts they knew that Mr. Stanley was
without supplies, and must have undergone
much difficulty In gelling to Ujiji, whereas
.this place-was Dr. Livingstone's headquarters.
-We find in the Paris Journal the following
Interesting intelligence relating to the suc?
cess which onr travelling Princess has met
with In the fashionable world of Parla : '-Miss
Grant ts one of the most highly educated
Women In Europe.- She speaks with facility
English, German, French ana Italian. She
has contributed under the veil of an anony?
mous signature to several American maga?
zines; and on her return to her own country
she is tb marry the Bon of one of the richest
manufacturera ot New York, who is a member
Of the American Parliament." Along with
tels important Information, the Paris Journal
states that Hiss Grant's journey In Europe bas
BO political character, and that no misunder?
standing between France and the United
States ls likely to arise from any point of ?ti?
quette connected with ft.
-,-Mme. Pattl-Caux ls really going to tear
herself from her admirers over the water and
return to America. She has announced that
the next will be her last season lo Europe lor
some time. The furore concerning her ap?
pears to have Increased rather than abated.
She had a benefit lately at Vienna, the opera
was "La Travlata," and she was called out
over one hundred times, and actually nearly
smothered with bouquets. It is said to have
been funny to see her try to relieve herself
from tee miss of flowers with which she was
surrounded, by adroit movements ot her feet;
wbUe retuning her acknowledgments, for the
bouquets really interfered wlih her making a
graceful retreat Irom tee atoge. She receives
sixteen hundred dollars per night, and scarce?
ly makes an appearance without being the re
ciplett ot some Jewel of rvalue, and olten seve
ral offerlng8.arermade at her shrine ia. one
-Germany has decided against denomlna
tlonalcontrol in education. The. education
bill which bas Just passed the North German
Parliament provides that every township of
one hundred Inhabitants shall have a school,
to be provided for by tho government, with
whom shall rest the appointment o? teachers
ana the providing of apparatus and suitable
premises. The selection ot teachers shall be
governed by education and collegiate train?
ing, and persons of all denominations shall
be eligible, provided they toke oath not to In?
culcate their particular dogmas. The text
books shall be the best known on each parti?
cular subject, and the highest development
In each of tee sciences shall be aimed at. The
dally exercises are to be opened by the recita .
lion ol'the Lord's Prayer. No clergyman of j
any denomination will bc permitted to impart
in school instruction of a religious nature;
and any tutor so doiugwlllbe summarily dis?
The County Convention.
The Democratic Convention for Charles?
ton County met yesterday, and adopted reso?
lutions emphatically endorsing the Cincin?
nati candidates and platform, and requesting
the delegates to the State Convention to
use every effort to so shape the action of
that body as to throw the whole influence of
the State against any nomination by tho
Baltimore Convention other than that of
Greeley and Brown. This action is
thoroughly in accord with the opinions of
the Bemocrats and Conservatives of the
county, and it only remains now to give
effect to it by working manfully to secur9
the representation of the State in the Na?
tional Democratic Convention by citizens
who will not be overcome by the bullying or
blandishments of the advocates of a straight
Democratic ticket. The whole proceedings
of tho convention were dignified, harmoni?
ous and patriotic.
The Phainix on the Convention.
In the following parngrap h the Columbia
Phoenix sums up its reasons for opposing
the sending of delegates from South Caro?
lina to the National Democratic Conven?
To sum up, we maintain that for South Car?
oona to send delegates ti* Baltimore would be
Improper, unwise and useless. Improper be?
cause we have no D?mocratie party, and do
not propose to bav? one; unwise because lt
will prejudice uif. cause ot Greeley and Brown
with me colored people, und, wiiat is worse,
Impair our influence lor reform in the State
Government; and useless because Greeley aud
Brown will, In all probability, be endorsed
anyway, and because Som li Carolina would
exert equal If uot greater influence In teat di?
rection by remaining away than, by casiing
1 the few votes to which she is entitled.
l here is not a siogie proposition in this
[ statement of reasons which will bear scru?
tiny; it is a bold begging of the question
from beginning to end. The Phoenix says
that we huve no Democratic party in this
State, and "do not propose to have one."
What authority has our contemporary for
making this assertion ? There are fifty or
tifty-livo thousand white voters in South
Carolina.who have always acted and voted
with the Democratic party. At the State
elections, two years ago, no Democratic or?
ganization was had, because it was held that j
the contest was not one in which party
issues were iuvolved. An attempt was
made to unite the good men of both political
parties for the purpose of reforming the
State government. That attempt was - a
failure, and the Reform party was, very un?
wisely, disbanded. But there was nothing
in the movement to show that the Demo?
crats of tho Stale had abandoned their party
name and party associates, so os to exclude
themselves from any further participation in
ihe councils of the Democracy of the coun?
try. We do not suppose that the Phoenix
will venture to declare that the white citi?
zens whom it professes to represent are Re?
publicans. It says they are noL Democrats ;
it knows they are not Republicans. What
are they ? Sorely it is not seriously suggest?
ed that the' nine-tenths of the white
population of South Carolina who stead?
fastly oppose Radical misrule, are miserable
nondescripts, afraid to join tho ono party and
ashamed to cling to the other. The Phoenix
knows perfectly well that these white citizens
of South Carolina are called Democrats by
their opponents, and that, amongst Ihem
8 al ves, they go by no other name. They are
ibat or-nothing! Bot tho Phoenix will
doubtless say that there is as much assump?
tion in declaring that the whites are Demo?
crats, as in declaring that we have no Dem?
ocratic party. This may be. The people,
uot the press, moat decide this point. There
is before.the people a call for a State Demo?
cratic Convention. That Convention is io
itself the best possiole reply to the state?
ment which the Phoenix makes. If the
people of any county rc fuse to send delegates
to that Convention, wo shall all be justin ed
in assuming that there are no Democrats in
that county; unless, indeed, the people give
some, other* reason for their inaction. But j
until the people, npon tire call of the regu?
larly constituted Democratic Committee, re?
fuse to assemble in Convention, upon the
ground that there is no Democratic party to
hold meetings and elect delegates, the
Phanix takes too much npon itself in an?
nouncing that we have "no Democratic
"party" in this State, and "do not propose
to have one" The Phoenix proposes, bat
the people disposo I
The second point made by the Phoenix
bas already been answered. It is not ad?
vised, in any quarter, that Democratic can?
didates for State or county offices bo nomi?
nated i'frthis*canvass; and the State Demo?
cratic Convention can so declare. We be?
love that nearly every white man in the
State, not an office-holder, will vote for
Greeley and Brown if they be endorsed or
nominated at Baltimore. One great object
in sending delegates to Baltimore is to cast
the vote of South Carolina in favor of the
Liberal Republican candidates, and against
Democratic nomination. This action,
coupled with the knowledge that no Demo?
cratic nominations for the State will bo
made, can neither prejudice our cause wit j
the colored people, nor impair our influence
for refera in tho State government. It is
painfully illogical to say that the determina?
tion of the wi te citizens to support Gree?
ley and Brown will turn the colored people
against those candidates. And if that were
so, what would become of the mass ratifi?
cation meetings which the Photnix proposed
to hold ? To have any value those meetings
must represent the mass of the voters, and
at every meeting most o? the persona present
would bo wbitea Would noL this prejudice
the cause of Greeley and Brown ? The
Phoenix may say that these rn?tings would
do no harm, because not Democratic. It is
Loo late to try that game. The blacks re?
gard the whites as Democrats, and call them
so and treat them as such, whatever, the
name by which they go.. Any movement
originating with the native whites, and car?
ried on by them, will be accepted as a Dem?
ocratic movement, whatever hybrid title it
enjoys. Thc movement for State reform
must come from the Republicans-the three
and four year old Republicans-and what?
ever of honesty and decency there may be
in that party will certainly not be repelled
by the unmistakable willingness of the old
Democracy, in both State and National
affairs, to make common cause with the Re?
publicans for the purpose of purifying anti
regenerating the government. The dictum
of the Phoenix amounts to this: Any man
or party whom the while citizens of South
Carolina support, cr are willing to support,
is ipso facto condemned to political per?
The third point made by our contempo?
rary is hardly worthy of serious examination.
It is not by any meaos certain thut Greeley
and Brown will be "endorsed any way," and
it is idle to say that Soulh Ciroliuu, by ab?
senting herseir from the Baltimore Conven?
tion, will exert a greater influence than if
she is present. When present, she has the
weight due to the arguments and votes of
her delegates. When absent, she can do
absolutely nothing to aid the causo which
her people have at heart.
TUE Abbeville Press is squarely in favor
of sending delegates to thc Baltimore Con?
vention. A meeting is called to elect dele?
gates to the State Convention.
THE citizens of Williamsburg meet on
Monday to elect delegates to the State
TUE delegates to represent Spartanburg
in the State Convention will be elected next
DEWBERRY Couut.y elects delegated to the
State Convention on Monday next.
TUT DESERT *tTF TUE EXODUS. Journeys on
Foot in the Wilderness ol' tue Forty Yeais'
Wanderings, undertaken in connection with
ihe Ordnance, Survey of Sinai and the Pal?
estine Exploration Fund. By E. H. Palmer,
M. A., willi Maps and Illustrations from
Photographs taken on the spot. New York:
Harper A Brothers. Charleston : Fogartle'a
This is a handsome reprint of a WOIK jost
Issued In Englaud, which, while it must have
absorbing Interest for the Bible student,
abounds in instructive entertainment for
the general reader. The Ordnance Survey Ex?
pedition was sent out to the Peninsula of
Sinai in 18G3 aud 18119, with the sanction of
the British Government, to identify, if possi?
ble, the sites mentioned in the Mosaic narra?
tive of the exodus ol Hie Israelites from Egypl
and their wanderings in the wilderness belore
ent?rine Canaan. Professor E. H. Palmer, a
thorough Oriental scholar, accompanied the
expedition, and, on behalf of the Palestine Ex?
ploration Fund, visited Et Till, IdummA and
Moab, wandering over a greater portion.of
the desert than had beeu previously explored.
The result of his travels, researches and ob?
servations is embodied lu Hi? volume belore
us. The illustrations, from photographs and
drawing* taken on the *r>ot, wllh which th*
hook ls profusely enriched, lend increased
ult radi veness to the most lucid and Interest?
ing narrative thut we have yet had ot travel in
a land rich in historic and legendary lore.
Cloth. Pp. 470. Price $3.
ANNUAL RECORD OP SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY
FOR 1871. Edited by Spencer F. Baird, wilh
th? assistance nf eminent, men of science.'
New York: Harper A Brothers. Charleston:
A striking evidence of the steadily Increas?
ing interest of the reading public concerning
matters of practical science is to be lound In
the marked pains which publishers are taking
now-a-days to furnish that class of information
In a popular and compendious form. Here we
have, In a moderate sized volume, an admira?
ble digest ol all thc developments of Hie past
twelvemonth in every department of humhn
knowledge. In these days of progress, when
the world ls advancing In so many directions
with giant strides, a work like this ls abso?
lutely necessary to enable every well-informed
man. to keep up With the limes.
Cloth. Pp. 634. Price$3.
A SMALLER ANCIENT HISTORY OK TUB EAST,
FROM TUE EARLIEST -TIMK TO TUE CONQUEST
OF ALEXANDER TUR- GREAT. By Philip
Smith, ii A. Illustrated by Engravings on
Wood. New York: Harper A Brothers.
Charleston: Fogariie's Depository.
This isa condensation of Smith's larger His?
tory, and seems to be a reliable manual of in?
formation concerning those old Empires of
Egypt, Assyria, Babylon and Persia, their
connection with the neighboring people, and
especially with the Jewlskaatlon.
Cloth. Pp. 31C. Price SI.
SHAKESPEARE'S TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CESAR,
Edlied wlih Notes. By William J. Bolte, A.
M., with Engravings. New York: Harper A
Brothers. Charlesioo: Fogariie's Depository.
A dainty duodecimo, which every student of
Shakespeare will appreciate. The text is
given in large clean type, and very copious
notes elucidate every obscure passage.
Cloth, flexible covers. Pp. 189. Price 90
A BRAVE LADT. By the author of John
Halifax. Gentleman. Ac. With Illustrations.
New York: Harper A.Bros. Charleston:
The wide popularity of Miss Mulock among
novel-readers insures a welcome reception for
the neat edition of her works, of which this
volume forms a part. '
Cloth. Pp. 456. Price $1 50
POEMS BY MARY E. POPE. Philadelphia : J.
B. LtpplncotfA Co. Charleston: Fugartle'jj
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MINNA MONTE. By Stella. Philadelphia: J.
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CREAM FREEZERS AND
SPRINKLING POTS, .
At T. CAMPBELL'S,
No. 138 Meeting street,
may22-wf3 Opposite Pavilion Hotel.
IO O. F.-IIABION LODGER No. 2.
. Tlie Kciiiilar Meeting of this Lodge wul be
held Tim EVENIN'O, at Odd Fellow's Hallet 8
O'clock. ROBT. C. STARR, ?
ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY.-THE REG?
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wul be held at south carolina Hall THIS Evs
Ni'.a at 8 o'clock. ROBT. M. GOROON,
.niajSl _ Secretary.
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acquainted wltn tbe lact that the SOUTH
Ell.N Ut fci lNSURANCf. COMPANY ls mes Jurat
Ll e Policies, louring thc lives of partners ia
business, HO that, on the death of either, tue
uiuuuui insured Xor ls paul to ino suivlving party.
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AGENTL?MAN. WITH THE BEST
testimonials, of good character and com?
petency wi.sncs a posit,uu us Teacher lu some
public institution, or as private tutor In a family.
No objection* lo going imo the country, can
teach Kreuch, Latin, Qieek, Plano aud the other
branches ol a good education. Salary of not so
great consid?r?t tun as pleasant association. Ad?
dress C. O. V., at the uiUue of tum paper,
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest aud best warranted
sewing Machine tn the market ia the il OMS; SHUT
tUS, price $t?6 aud S37. Can bc feen at the Getie
rai Ageucy, No. 265 Klug street, corner Beaufuln
etrcet. T. L. BlsSBLb._Jaul2-flnios
Cos? aub So uno.
ADDTTRL.R CASE SlLVRR WATCH 1
was lost ut Gluon's rann, at a Picnic, May
29th. 1872-cylinder escapement. The tinder will
bu rewarded if left ru No. M Aahley street, or by
givlug Infill um! nm of the .-ame. maj al-l*
FOR SALE, X mNcToF SEVEN OC-1
TA VES, In good order, on reaaoaable |
terms. Address U, at this otllce. may31-2*
VEGETABLE CRATES FOR SALE AT
FIFl'EKN DOLLARS per hundred, al Build
era' Depot, No. 94 church street,
maySJ_E. M. QRIMK.E.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable terms
auu ut the Hhoricst notice. Aiso a few good se
cond-liaad Machines for Bale, very low. J. L.
LUNsr'cRD, s oilih street, uurth or Went worth.
WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR SALE.
One ol Hie best esta'll died Weekly News?
papers ia sou'h Carolina ls oirered tor H , lu.
lt lias a complete Prim lng oilUc In good condi?
The locality ls one of the best in tho State-In a
town wiucn is now thriving and growing. Rail?
road eoni.ee; ians, nearly c.inipleted, will consid?
?rai) y increase UH prosperity.
Tile groo:; receipts ur oin e in 1871, $3200.
Terms ot saie-Half casa; balauce in six, twelve
and eight ce.i months.
satisfactory reasons given for selling. Apply
to WALKER. EVANS A COGSWELL, .No. 3 Broad
and No. 10? East Bay street, Charleston, S. C.
?JOR SALE, AT THE STORE OF THE
late James E. Spear, 285 King street, opposite
Uaae), a few BOIS of Furniture, of excellent quail
ty, and at rednced prices. Also, a few coolee
ar Idea fur family use, consisting of Pier, Card,
fide Tables, Feather Pillows, best quality, Pieces
or Crockery. Ornaments, I) canters, AC Tau
above are oirered for one week, private sale. Call
and examine. E. E. BEDFORD, Manager Ang.
T?HRENTT TH AT^???BJLB^^
and Dwelling No. 418 King street; terms $30
Per m nth. Also, a handsome Seven-Octave
uoaewo ii Plano and Stool. Apply to northeast
crner Glebe and Wentworth streets.
HOUSE IN MARY STREET TO RENT.
Apply to WILLIAM BRYN E. southwest
cruer of Cuurcii and chalmers biretta.
ito a ra ino,.
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ILY on sullivan's Island for a lady, infant
au i nurse. Address, 0., NKWS Omce, stating
terms, lo allon. Ac._? maySl
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ANl'LY acromm.idated on moderare terms,
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BOARD, IN BROOKLYN, N. Y., AT No.
610 Henry street, by the day or week. Par
t.es viHittng New York wu) And lt to their interest
and comiort to call at auov . number, a few mm
utes ny horse-cars ir in Corri amit street, New
York, via Hamilton Fcny. sacnet-sireet cara
crosH Henry street a few dnorB from tue large
four-Htory double house, commodious and ele?
gant y ,uin shed rooms can be engaged ar, moder?
ate rules by addressing D. C. KNIGHT, as above,
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In Hie history or Old Cluirlcstowu, names of carly
herders, great lires, tornadoes, murders, execu?
tions, Ac., Ac.
Fur sale at Fogartie's Hook Depository, John M.
Greer A son and lloliues's Book House King
sti eet, and at Dose tier's Periodical Depot, Broad
stree 1, n ar the Bay.
The B5ok, whit li is a 12mo. volume, neatly
bou d In cloth, will be sent by mall, and postage
paid, on receipt ol the subscription price.
NOTICE.-ESTATE OF JAMES TUP?
PER, DECEASED.-1 the 20th day or June
BcXti the undersigned will apply io the Hon.
.fulge of Probate for Charleston County for a
dual discharge and letters dlsmlssory as Execn*
1 tors of said Estate
ELIZABETH A. TUPPER, Executrix.
SAMUEL Y. TUPPER, Executor.
rOHNSTON.'S TOUR OP EUROPE.
FOR A' FEW NIGHTS HORE.
ONE HUNDRED PRESENTS GIVEN NIGHTLY.
Admission 25 cents. Reserved Seats 60 cnts.
Matinee WEDNESDAY AFTE?NOUN, at half
5as 13 o'clock, child reu to Matinee IS cents.
maj 27 _
3HARLE5TON BRANCH, NJ. 8 BROAD STREET.
All sams of and over FIVE DOLLAR9 deposited
n tula Bank, on or before the firth day of each
Dalendor Month, will bear Interest (Six Per Cent.)
Tor that month aa if deposited oa the drat in
Deposits of One Dollar and upwards received
itally from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M., and on SATURDAY/
This Branch ls under tho management of the
rollo wing Local Finance Committee:
LOUIS D. DsSAUSSURB,
CLELAND K. HUGER, F. MELOHERS,
DR. A.' B. ROSE, BE.VJ. F. K VANS,
C. W?LBERN, E. N. THURSTON.
Collections promptly attended to, there being
Branches of this Bank at the most prominent
points In the State. D. RAVEN EL, Jr..
may3l-6 Assistant Cashier.
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR,
CHARLESTUN COUNTY, CHARLESTON. S. C.,
M A Y 17, 1872.-The attention of Delinquent Tax?
payers ls re pee. fully Invited to part of Section.
4th of'-Au Act to amend an Act entitled an Act
providing for the Assessment and Taxation of
Property," passed September 16, 1868, and all
Acts amendatory thereto. Approved March 12,
?'.".KC. 4. That all lands and leal estate within
this s ate, whereupon, or in respect whereof, any
sum of money rem?las due or payable after the
sale provided .or in section 16, chapter 13, title 3,
of general statutes, or which are liable to be sola
?or. ur un account of, any lax laid by or under
the anthorliy of this state for Stale or County
purpus&t, tn accordance with the provisions of
entier uf >heaev<-rai acts, for tne purpose of as
Hessing and levying laxes lor the support ofihe
Uuvernmeutof the ?tate, and of me teveral conn?
ues t?weui, passed In ibo years 1868, 1860.1870
.ii. d i?:i, Bh?ii be exposed tu sale, and sold for
tne pa> meut of suet taxes, and all penalties,
coats and ctiaiges thwreon accrued, on the first
jjuuuay in Juue, 187;?, and from day to day there?
after, Sundays on,y excepted, nnttl the whole
thereof ?han be sold, at the place or places, on
the tc-ni? und In ldc manner hereinafter provi?
so ; Buch ?a e shall bc by the County Treasurer of
euch c mu;y. at the county seat, wno snail expose
and oller tho said lands at public sale, to be sold
and con veje I In fee simple without the right of
rtil.-mpilon, for the payment ihneof; and the
Couny auditor shull execute a warranty deed to
Add?tson, James R, 1868, 1860, 1870.
Addisou. James K, i8A8,1869,1870.
Addisun, James R, 186S, 1860,1870.
addison, James lt. 1868,186J, 1870.
Ahrem, Mrs H. 1870.
Ahreus, est John, 1869.
Ahrens, est John, 1869.
Alberte, Ernestine, 1868, 1869,1870.
Allston, cst Jehu Aslie, 1868,1869, 1870.
Ancker, Misses. 1870.
Ashby, L P, 1869.
ASlioy, L P, 1868,1869, 1870.
Ashby, L P, 1869.
Aslic, est John. 1868,1869, 1870.
At. i lea, Thomas, i860.
Allies, Tnonias, 1869.
Auld, est Isaac, 1868,1869, 1870.
rfoggeit, J H, 1866, 1869, 1670.
Bai.ey, M, 1870.
Baker, T Drayton, 1E09.
Baner, Chas E. 1870.
Baker, Mrs A L.
Barfield, B H. trastee, 1868,1870.
Barrou, eat Esther, 1869.
uumfeild, eat Joseph, I860.
Bayley, U, I860.
Baskey, Jacob, 1869.
B< ll, Mrs M T. 1868, 1869.1S70.
Bell, Mrs M T. 18t8.1869, 1870.
Bennett, 1 .s K, 1870.
Bennett, 18 K. 1870.
Hennen, IS K, 1870.
uenceit, Mrs J, 1870. -
Bennett, Mrs J. 1870.
Bennett, Mrs C E, 1870.
Bernte, W E 1870.
Berry, M, 1870.
Belacina?, John, 1869, 1870.
Beizeman, John, 1869,1870.
Bevans, wm E, 1870.
Blake, e-t Joseph, 1870.
BiaKo, Walter L, trustee, I860.
Blauk. Mrs Rosa, 1870.
Bly, Ur D, 1869.
Blanchard, est 9, 1809,1870.
B an ey. Phillip, i860.
Boag, Walker 1870.
oohies, est Ladle, 1868,1889,1870.
Bottles, est Ladle, 1869,1870.
Bnhies, eat M A., 1868, iso.).
boliles, sst M. A., 1868, 1869.
brown, Lizette, seo.
Bonum, John, 1868, 1869,1870.
Bourke. Ormsby. 1868, 1869, 1870.
Burncman, Mrs F, i860.
Bowie. Est J S, i ?TO.
Bracey, Davl 1. 1869.
Brady, km catherine, 1868, 1869, 1870.
Brady. TA, 1869, 1870.
Brisbane, Est Marm, 1870.
Brown, Mrs C L. 1869
Brown, Mrs Carolin* L. Trustee, 1870.
Brown, Est B ll 1869.
Brown, Mrs Lavinia, 1869.
Brown. S K. 1869.
Bro klebank, 1869, 1870.
Bruiner, J H, 18.8, 18o9.1870.
Bull, Wm Izard, 1469, 1870.
Bull, Edward, for Trost Eit, 1S68, 1869.
i u winkle, D, 1868, 1370.
Bulwinkle, D, 1870.
Bnrhaaa, Mt-S L, 1869.
Buck, Est Henry, 1868,1869.
Buck, Kst Henry. 1868,1869*.
By rd, Alary F, 1869, mo.
tar The advertising of Delinquent Taxpayers
will be contlnned from day to day, until the Us
of delinquents is exhausted.
49* The sale will commence on MONDAY, Jane
3d, 1872. SAMUEL L. BENNETT,
mayst Connty Auditor.
Having resumed Business at his old stand, No.
133 King street, would be pleased to see his for?
mer friends, and hopes by strict attention to busi?
ness to secure ihe patronage of the public.
All operations in DENTISTRY performed by Dr.
AN DEB-.ON tn the most scientific manner, on the
most reasonable terms, and entire satisfaction
KUiiranteed, at the corner of King and Liberty
streets. r may2?
jyjJ-OSES GOLDSMITH <fc SON,
CULONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE.
Highest Cash Price paid for WOOL, WAX.
Hides, Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinds ol
Dealers in COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
JAMES Z. STOCKEE,
CH Uk ISS ION MERCHANT,
And Dealer In
LIME, CEMENT. CALCINED AND LAND PLAS
TER, HAIR, LATHS, Ac,
NO. 9 VBNDUB RAMOS.
QH AS. LIEBENBOOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
omces-No. 123 Meeting street,and corner Line
und Meeting streets.
?-Uigliest prices paid in Cash for Crudo Tarpon
CHAPEAU ?fe CO.,
DEALERS AND DISTILLERS OF
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN,
OFFICE No. 173 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Tho highest prices paid for Crude.
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO?
NEATIlT, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By J' L- LUNSFORD,
ie M smith Street, north or Wentworth,
?J^EE'S INSURANCE AG E NC Y*
No. 36 BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
HOME INSURANCE CO. OP NEW YORK..
OFFICE No. 136 BROADWAY. !
OAS H CAPITAL.$2,500,00000
ASSETS, 1st January. 1872:.'4,672,043 60
ABSTRACT OP THE TBIRTY-SKYKNTH S SMI-ANNUAL
Snowing tba condition of the Company on the
first Of January, 1872.
Cash, in Bank and Trust Companies...$482,827 62
Bonds and Mortgage, being firs: lien
on Beal Estate, worth $4,769,600.. 1,850,849 67
I Loans on s toe ta, payable on demand.
(market value of Securities,)
$141,462). 110,600 00.
United States St .cks (market value). ..1,669,357 60
State Bonds (rnwkot value).. 60,100 00
Interest due on 1st January, 1.372. 62,737 30
Balance in band of Agenta.. 247,882 7 5
Billa Receivable. 26,602 03
Other Property, Miscellaneous Items... 106,423 82
Premiums dne and uncollected on Poli?
cies Issued at thia Office. 20,818 60
Salvages. 46.044 31
Claims for Losses oat.-tandlng on lat
January, 1872..$623,611 62
Due Stock holders < u account or 3lth
and 35ih Dividen la...... 410 00
CU AM. J. MARTIN, Pu sid en r.
A. F. WILUARrll, Vice-1 J. H. W tSBBUSN, Sec
Pres'dent. reta? y.
D. A. ll EA LD, 2d VIC/1 GEO M. LYON, Assis
President. | - t int Secret ry.
T. B. GREENE. 2d Assistant Sec,etary.
.... . -... .
OP TUB ?
GEORGIA HOME INSURANCE CO.v
ASSETS, January 1, 1872 . 604,808 63
Virginia State 6 per cent.
Bonds, market value......$22.800 00
Tenuesa&state 6 per cent.
Bonds, market value. 14,600 00
I South Carolina State 6 per
cent. Bonds, market value. 17,000 00
Central Railroad 7 per cent.
Bonds, market value. 20,000 00
Montgomery and W. P. iL R.
8 per ccu t. Bouda, market
value. 20,00000 c.j
Olty of Columbus 7 per cent.
Bonds, market val ne.. 21,630 00
Mobile and Girard Railroad
8 per cent. Bonds, market
value. 25,000 00
Western Railroad 8 per cent. - .
Bonds, market value. 6,00000
Macon and Angosta 7 per
cent. Bonds, market value. 2,000 00
Alabama State 6 per cent.
Bonds, market value.. 7,00000
-$164,900 00 ;
I Southwestern Railroad
Stock, market value. 31,700 00
I columbus Gaslight Company
Stock, market value. 2,600 00
Stocks in Columbui Facto?
ries, market value. e,800 00
Real Estate, market value.... 85,600 00
Bills Receivable, Amply se?
cured.....i..... 188,91917 j
Sundry Local Stocks and
Bonds, market va!no.. 48,460 00
I Oaah On hoad and o? de- - - - .
posit. 16,210 70
Uncollected coupons and in?
terest. 4,780 60
Dne by Agents in course of
transmission. 12,068 16
Total Assets January 1,1871. $604,808 63
J. RHODES BROWNE, President.
D. F. WILCOX, Secretary.
HUTSON LEE, Agent,
may29-wfm3 CHARLESTON, s. 0.
OU TH ERN
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
GEN. JOHN B. GORDON.President.
ASSETS January 1st, 1871..$1,241,947 40-100.
The undersigned having been recently appoint?
ed Agent for Charleston or the abive Company,
with the right to take risks In any portion of
South Carolina, wonld invite the attention of his
friends and the pabilo generally to a few argu?
ments in Its favor. It ia a
PURELY SOUTHERN COMPANY,
and invests all Its accumulations at the South.
It ls ably managed and has a large capital. It
does business on . -.
THE CASH SYSTEM ONLY,
and at rates aa low as any other sonnd Company
In the Country.
Call at my office and allow me to show yon the
long list of Policyholders, which ls the beat evi?
dence of strength In a Company.
Agent for Charleston, 8. 0.,
Na 31 Broad street.
GEO. M. COFFIN, Sun-Agent,
apris th Atlantic Wharf.
rpHE UNEQUALLED MACHINE.
The HOME 8HUTTLE uses the Straight Needle,
makes the lock stitch, (alike on both sides,) has
self-adjusting tension, and ls the only first class
low price sewing Machine in the marget adapted
for every variety of Sewing from muslins to
heaviest cloths. Price $26 and $87. '
Agents wanted. Send stamp for circular and
sample of se win g. T. L. BISSE LL,
Janll-fmwomo_Charleston, s. a
rp H E NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER^ A WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machines
On Ten Dollar monthly payments. -
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
W H KEL ER A .WILSON MANGF'G CO..
aprt-lyr . No. 209 King street.
OopartrierfliiipB an& fflwfolntismi.
X existing under the firm name pf BALL.
BLACK .t CO. ls this day dissolved by mutual
consent Either partner will sign in settlement,
or%?s- HENRY BALL.
laigumi WM. BLACK.
March 1,1872. WM? -* BLACK,
In announcing the above dissolution, BALL,
BLACK A co. inform their friends and the public
that they intend to close out their entire stock
with aa little delay aa possible, and at prices that
will bean inducement for all tu parchase from
llThey have alBO a very large stock of unset
stones-Diamonds, Emeralds, Rubles, Cameos,
Ac -which they will set, to order, at unusually
low ratea. Their manufactory for SUverware
will be continued to enable them to meet any de?
mands in that line. No. 666 and 667 BROADWAY,
New York. Jniyis iyr
T El S ! TEAS! TEAS!
WILSQtf'St--.>? < ;.:.?/
WILSON' SI . .
wi jj'S~0'S'rS;i > I :, ,
: ; f v eft ? ? /. ? : v J I v. ? H -
'. .'..?.*;> ; .* ??U J ? - 306 KINO STREET I
SOS KING STREET I
SOS KINO STREET !
Owing to tbs large quantities of TEAS ont ot^B
bond, aaa now being f?ch?t bf?ofyt$ ionise j
money, ?ebare bought for CASH-anticipating
the red net len of duty- ? ? .
A LABOX ASSORTMENT OF , %.(.
FIN?1 DRAWING! OOLONGS I
FINE DRAWING OOLONGS 1. . .
FINB DRAWING OOLONGS I .
i : i ::?;' ' . Wt?lOHWE WILL8ELL
'.. o ' WHIOd -WE WILL'BELL
..-;>. ..WHICH WE W1LLJ9BLL
AT EIG'HTT-PIVE CE^PER POUND ll!l ";
AT ElGHrV-FlVE GENTS FER POUND te r. .: ?
AT ElGHTY-FiVE CENTS PE* P,OUi|D;l j,., -,
GIVING TO CONSUMERS
GIViNG TO CONSUMERS
GIVING TO CONSUMERS
A TEA THAT D3 WORTH.
A TEA THAT IS WORTH . . .,
A TEA THAT IS WORTH . . lj
Tv .ft i t??'?. &i-.JiiiJ<.
. . *1.26,OBNTS,PERiPDND
. 1 ' $1 25 CENTS PBB&pUND
fl '25 CENTS PER POUND
FOR EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS I ,
FOR EIGH IT-FIVE CENTS I
FOR EIGHTY-FIVE GENTS I .. .
THIS TEA- WILL BE AS POPULAR AH
THIS TEA WILL BB AS POPULAR AS
THIS TEA Wt LL BE AS POPULAR AS
WILSON'S FAMOUS DOLHRTOA'f :) " ; '
WILSON'S FAMOUS DOLLAR TEA 1 _.'; ?.,j.V?
WILSON'S FAMO.UdjDOLLAR TE AJ | ..,
WHICH HAS OBTAINED A RUN
WHICH HAS OBTAINED A RUN
WHICH HAS OBTAINED A BUN '
NF VER BEFORE KNOWN IN CHARLESTON I?
NEVER BEFORE KNOWN IN CHARLESTON,! ~
NEV?R BEFORE KNOWN IN CHARLESTON I
'. SAMPLFS MAILED FREE !
SAMPLES MAILED'FREE I
SAMPLES MAILED FREE I
SAMPLES GIVEN AWAY FOR TRIAL I
SAMPLES GIVEN AWAY. FOR TRIAL I -
SAMPLES GIVEN, AWA.Y FOR TRIAL I
IS TBE ONLY PLACE TO BUY TEAS I
IS THE ONLY PLAGE TO BUY TEAS I
IS THE ONLY PLACE TO BUY TEAS I .
THE ONLY HOUSE
THE ONLY HOUSE
' ! " THE ONLY HOUSE
......... ? . ;'. . If \f. ? ?
THAT MAKES IT A SPECIALTY I '
THAT MAKES IT A SPECIALTY I . ? ?
THAT MAKES IT A SPECIALTY I -
TEAT BUY MORE AND'SELL CHEAPER
THAT BUY MORE AND SELL CHEAPER
' THAT BUY MORE AND SELL CHEAPER
THAN ANY OT?ER STORE ? Y
THAN ANY OTHER STORE I '
THAN ANY OTHER. STOKE.I,
. '.' : . . .: .;!.:.
HAVE A LARGER ASSORTMENT I
HAVE A LARGER ASSORTMENT U
HAVE A LARGER ASSORTMENT !
HORE VARIETY OF TEA'S i '
MORE VARIETY OF TEAV
MORE VARIETY OF TEAS I, ...
GO TO WILSON'S TEA-STORE,
. GO TO,WILSON'SLTEA STORE,
GO TO WILSON'S j TEA STORE, -
Na 80S KING STREET I . .
No. 306 KING STREET I . .. R
No. 2?& KING-STREET 1 _.
?JORN AND OATS.
3000 bnsbela Prime Milling CORN
3Qoo bushels Prime Bright Oatt >
Landing and for sale by * . < -, ; : .
0 W. B. SMITH.A CO.,
may3l-l,_ Napier's Range.
gUGAR, MOLASSE8 AND WJNB.:.A >
40hbds/MnscoradoSUGAR' '' ?*''
120 n bds. prime new crop Muscovado Molasses ,
so bbis.. prime new crop Muscovado Molasses
20 pipes Catalonia Claret Wine."
Far sale low to close consI?nm<,nts, in lou to
snit purchasers, by w. P. HALL,
may29-wfml0 _Brown A cb's Wharf.
EGLINTON SCOTCH PIG IRON FOR
S A L E. . '
. Just landing bo tona of Eglinton Scotch Pia
IRuN^ For sale at New York prices. Apply to ..
. MOSES GOLDSMITH A HON.
may20?mwfa Colonnade Row; Vendne Range.
g ALTI SALTI SALT i;!
600 sacks Liverpool SALT far a*ie?.'at^L per
sacie, to close consignment, by
aprta . ". Accommodation WnarT.
SC. STRIPS AND PIG SHOULDERS.
Just. receive i per st-amer a fine lot of jiL c.
STRIPS ANO PIG SHOULDERS, ?mall size. ~
ALSO. \, I -gu ..,')..,' .
Ex tra Fulton Market Beef for sale low by ? f
D. FITZ GIBBON.
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets.
Ail goods delivered free. ' ?'
\TBW CODFISH, SALMON AND . MAO ri?
KXtra No. 1 MACKEREL, large size. Choice
New Pict e Salmon, Sk George Codna b, very flue.
PloUe Halibut, Pickle Herrings. ,
For sale by D. FITZ GIBBON', '
N. W. corner King and Cannon streets.
All gooda delivered free. . . .,. ,,, ......
JjlRESH BISCUITS, CRACKERS, Ac.
Just recel veil per Steamer Falcon, all kinds of
I FRESH BISCUIT, as follows: -J. ': y
Milk Biscuits,, cream Jombles, Lemon Snaps,
Ginger Soaps, Soda Biscuit. Arrowroot Biscuit,
I Oyster Biscuit, Batter Crackers, Wine Crackers
and Pilot Bread. .
For sale low by D. FITZ GIBBON,
N. W. corner King and C anon streets.
Allg^ods delivered free. ? , 1 ?<? :1 iga
QHOICE WTNES, BRANDIES, GINS, Ac
A Une lot of PORE RYE WHISKIES, Brandies,
ALSO, ' ' 4&
Some of that fine OLD CORN WHISKEY, at '
ti M per gallon. And mu supply of low grade
Whiakey always on hand.
For sale by D. FITZ GIBBON.
. N. w*. corner King and Cannon streets.
All good* dedvered free._ maylO-lmo
?JOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE -?BAN-*
DY, IN U. S. BONDED STORES. '
A TOBIAS' SONS, NO. 110 EAST BAY,
Offer for aale from U. S. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDY
various vintages, la 1
Fifth casks .
. - Eighth casks
Cases of one doaen bottles each._
-J71ALR, PRIME AND CHOICE SUGABS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. HO East Bay. jftffBr for
sale Falr,Primeand Choice jjggjg^
Xl A L K I B K A L E .
MORDECAI A CO., No. no East Bay, oiler for
sale an luvoice of "Falkirk'' ALE, landing direct
from Glasgow, in Pints. MORD EPA! A 00.
JpOBTO RICO MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A CO., No. no.East Bay, offer for
pale Choice Port? Rico MOLASSES, in strong
packages. _MORDECAI ACO.
J> RJME WHITE' CORN.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, of
sale Prime White CORN, In new sacks.
_; _MORDECAI A CO.
QHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI, A CO., No. 110 East Bay,offer fop
sale an invoice or Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di.
root from Factory In Havana. _
^ DAM AN TINE CANDLES.
1000 packages Adamantine CANDLES f0? sala
by A. TOBIAS'SONS.