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FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1873.
Tax CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS "ls desi ena
..ted as the newspaper for the publication of
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NEWS OF THE DAT.
-Ex-King Amadeus is said to be writing a
' history of his reign in Spain,
o -Ctaries Francis Adams received as arbi?
trator for the United States Government at
Gene va $22,500 In gold. ,
-Yl ce-Pre8i da n t Wilson has addressed a let?
ter to Treasurer Spinner enclosing an order
on tbe secretary of the Senate for abont four
thousand four hundred dollars, the amount of
the back Increase on his pay, less his mile?
age, with instructions that lt be appropriated
towards tbe payment of the national debt,
-General Ducrot, who commanded at Se?
dan and Paris during the siege, recently sta?
ted to ? correspondent in Paris that the re*
p?bilo waa a failure; that the only safety of
Franoe was In the restoration ot a monarchy
, or empire; that she most fight again, and that
in Ma opinion President Thiers would attempt
to prolong bis term nntllhis death.
-The elections in Connecticut will be held
next Tuesday, April 8th, and as the State ls
. nearly evenly balanced tbe result will be an?
ticipated with Interest. For governor the
candidates are Henry P. Haven, Republican,
and Charles B. Ingersoll, Democrat. Four
members of Congress are to be chosen, the
four members of the last House from Connec
tJcot being all candidates for re-election
; -Hawley, Kellogg and Starkweather, Republi?
cana, and Barnum, Democrat. Ex-Governor
English 1B the Democratic candidate against
-AB the history of the convulsions of the
last three years in France begin to unfold and
olear itself of the distortions and exaggera?
tions that hav6 clustered around lt, there
. Beems to arise a certainty that many leaders
of th? Com mun p. no matter how mistaken
' they night have been, were governed by loyal
" and noble Impulses. The Commune overturn?
ed stately monuments and laid In ruins lordly
palaces, bat lt waa because they recalled some
hated political association. The First Consul
_.eieDd in cold relief upon the Vendome Column
and French monarchy had had Its home in the
Toileries, bat there was one Institution whlob
the whole people had an interest In, and that
i was the Bank of France, which the maddened
populace lett untouched. Its salvation was :
dna to Citizen Charles Beslay, the eldest mern- (
- ber of the Commune, who quieted such of hts
colleagues as were disposed to carry off tbe ,
. .spoils. Not a franc did he permit to be taken
away. When the troops entered Paris be was
allowed to depart In peace and safety, and be
now wrltea to deny unJuBt charges against
Aim.. The. Roy allst papers refuse bim the I
credit of saving the last financial resource of
; France, which they give Instead to the Marquis
de Plcenc; but the former Insists upon what ls
well known, that he went to the bank for the ?
purpose of protecting It from violence, whicb
- he sacceeded In doing, while ta the only clerk
who accompanied bim he refused the smallest
compensation,,and both left with empty bands.
Yet o 3d als now charged with frauds apon
the French government are not pontshed,
while. Bes] ay is an exile at Neufc hat ol.
j-The silver sets manufactured by Tiffany
j to.JSTewYprk, by order of the United States,
. tote presented to the three Geneva arbltra
. lora, aa_tej8tlmonlalB for their services, have
been completed. Each sot consists of Ave
objects, namely : a centre-piece, twocandela
; bra and a pair of vases. They are Inscribed
lp wjjjatanoo 03 follows: "Tho United 8ta.ee
of America to the arbitrators Vicomte d'l ia ju?
ba. Count Frederic Sclopls and Mr. J. Staemp
flL the arbitrators under the provision* of
article I, of the treaty between the Uolted
Staten and her Britannic Majesty, concluded at
Washington, Maj 8, 1871, as a mack of their
appreciation of the dignity, learning, ability
' tuod impartiality with whlobj they discharged
' their arduous duties at (ieneva." The centre?
piece of each set ls a massive punch-bowl,
- sopparted by lions1'feet, with a head at the
!" top. The baae la ornamented with oymbaja
and-other musical instrumenta. On either
side of the rim of the bowl are satyrs' heada
ornamented with grape leaves and fruit. Tbe
frieze ia ornamented with a running vine,
which also represents tbe grape. The can?
delabra are of twelve lights each, supported
nfsi woman. The vases are square Inform,
, supported on lions' feet, and ornamented with
figures of agriculture and commerce in basso
relievo. The weight of each service te three
thousand three hundra. and eighty-four
ounces. The cases in which they are to be
ibrwardod to tbelr destination are made from
aolld red mahogany, bound with bronze las
tenings and lined with green silk velvet. The
silver will be sent to Minister Washburne, at
Paris, and forwarded by him to each of tbe
- -Tbe Brooklyn Academy of Music was the
-eeece Of an odd occurrence on Wednesday
evening. Several days al noe an advertise
"meet"appeared in one of the daily papers, in
a which lt waa stated that any r espectable
couple who wished to be married free of coat, 1
and lo costume of a hundred years ago on J
.i'^ V -lufTf-*- *
the stage of the Brooklyn Academy of Music,
would be provided with the necessary cos?
tumes and outfit temporarily by the managers
of the Tabernacle, free. To this advertise?
ment there were flily-iwo answers, and lt waa
necessary to Belect one couple. Tbe happy
twain who drew the luoky number were J ames
WlllettB and Minnie Willetta, of Stamford, Con?
necticut, who held the relation of cousins.
Costumes supposed to represent the New En?
gland laahlon ot one hundred years a?o were
loaned for tho occasion by a masked ball cos?
tumer, and an Immense assemblage gath?
ered to witness the ceremonies. Tbe
price of admission was fixed at fifty cents,
and the proceeds of the entertainment
were devoted to purchasing the bride's pres?
ents. Up the main aisle proceeded a hetero?
geneous procession of about thirty persons
clad in ancient costumes. Pleat came the bride?
groom, a country lad of twenty y ears, in a blue
velvet coat trimmed with silver binding, a
white satin vest edged with gold buttons, and
white slls: stockings. Then came tbe bride
In a pearl ?alln dress, looped up with orna?
ments; a point lace veli oovered her lovely
shoulders, and her dark brown hair was pow?
dered to the consistency of the summit of J
Mont Blanc on a wintry day. As the happy
pair reached tbe base of the stage, the or?
chestra slrnck up Mendelssohn's "Wedding
March," and the bridegroom and bride, fol"
lowed by all their attendants, mounted the
stage and formed a wide seml-olrcle, extend?
ing nearly the whole width of the proscenium,
the bride and bridegroom remaining in tbe
centre, faced by the brilliant audience. The
oeremony was then performed, and the two
were pronounced man and wife by the Rev.
j Dewitt Talma ge.
The Newa and thc Courier.
The public sale of the Charleston Courier,
yesterday, resulted In its purchase by the
proprietors of THE NBWS.
This, of course, will necessitate some
change in the management of the com?
bined j ou rr ai J ; and we ehall take the
earliest possible opportunity of advising
the. public of what shall be the course
of a liberal and progressive newspaper
which will then represen ; both the hoary
age and the lusty vigor of the new South
Carolina to which, through good and evil
report, we are bound forever.
Two Hundred ?nd Fifty Dolla: ? tor ?
The friends of women have sounded
another blast. This ?time the blare comes
from New York State, which proposes, in
dead earnest, to grant the suffrage to wemen
who hold property to the amount of $260.
Tbe advancing host of petticoated conquer?
ors cannot long be shut ont from the strong,
hold of independence. It is a question of |
time and patience-especially patience,
which is the characteristic trait of strong
minded women. The thin end of the wedge
is already introdnced, and soon shall maid
and matron claim and exercise the privilege j
of electing the right woman to the wrong |
place. They will triumphantly prove them?
selves capable of blundering as systemati?
cally as the average male voter.
The price of Liberty is no longer Eternal
Vigilance, but two hundred and fifty dol?
lars. Dirt cheap 1 The right to do wrong
is within the reach of all. And women are
natural hoarders. They begin, as big-eyed
babies, with secreted cakes- and dolls, and
end, perhaps, by allowing themselves "a
"commission" upon tbe money wbicb
Adolphe gives them for marketing. Inno?
cent deception 1 Adolphe is saved from
dyspepsia; Fifine fills ber purse and ls
Frugality deserves encouragement, and
what reward of merit is more desirable than
the power of joining in the noise and tur?
moil of a contested election f At a price of
two hundred and fifty dollars, woman suf?
frage will find strenuous advocates. The
office-seekers, with an eye to potential votes,
will show an edifying anxiety to bestow a
small testimonial on destitute, if saving, fe?
male relations. And who shall say that tbe
bifurcate patriots who advocate the two
hundred and fifty dollar vote will not, one
day, be rewarded for their trouble, as have
been the other ingenious spirits, whose in?
ventions come back to plague them. How
would aa average citizen feel, for instance,
if his sister, wife or sweetheart, upon whom
be bad bestowed the necessary property qual?
ification, oroved her womanly gratitude by
casting uer vote for bis deadly foe, whether
tbe horrid Jack Slomkins or treacherous
Liberty of Conscience In Japan.
lt is reported that a special edict order?
ing the toleration of Christianity throughou t
Japan ls about to be published, and that j
the whole country will be thrown open to
This is a Dew departure more significant,
more marvellous, than the revolutionary
changes which have been hailed as a token
that the new light is shining lu the dark?
ness. In Japan "the divinity which doth
"hedge in a king" was exalted into a rever
ence which sacred objects do not always ob?
tain from enlightened Aryan minds. But
more dear to the Japs than their Mikado,
and more venerable than social custom and
public habit, was that hatred ot Christians
whieu has prevailed ever since a mistaken
missionary zeal made the name of the fol?
lowers of Christ obnoxious to a simple,
unreasoning people. It was natural that
the veil which hid the face of Majesty should
be withdrawn; and that the secret places
should be laid bare. But even the eangulue
would have been content to wait until
'The slow sweet hours that bring us all
The slow sad hours that bring us ail things Ul,
And all good things from evil,"
had swollen into the years of many genera?
tions, before the corner-stone of a nation,
which is its Faith, whatever that Faith may
be, should be exposed to decline and decay
by the conscious act of the nation itself.
Habit is often stronger than principle, or
principle may be the expression of habit.
The repetition of thought, word or act,
forges chains from which the strongest can?
not easily break loose. So the ruler who
can, without apparent effort, override the
obstacles that tradition or prejudice place in
his path, may well hope to lead his people
up the heights where prosperity and pro?
gress reign side by side with charity and
Only loree hundred years ago the Japan
eae, who wero theo so Isolated from other
nations as to feel lt unnecessary to hermet?
ically seal their ports, received 8t. Francis
de Sales, whom every one may honor and
bless. . The pare life of the true and faithful
servant of the Master might have moved
those whom his eloquence did not touch
when, he triumphed over the Hf ly Baud dist
priests. But the fervent Portuguese were
not satisfied with the slow process of teach?
ing by example. They tried coercion, and
the consequence was that they and St. Fran?
cis de Sales were driven to the sea. From
that moment the Japanese entrenched them?
selves behind bal warks which shut ont even
the paaans of a conquering world, marching
on to victory.
Well may SL Francis de Sales, after the
lapse of three centuries, emile to see that
the little grain which he dropped in a crevice
of the rock, has, under the hand or Provi?
dence, developed while the peoples slum?
bered. Now the granito mass is riven
asunder, and the nations may Btep over the
crumbling Iragments, and rest securely
under the shade of a giant tree which
spreads its fruitful branches over a strug?
HABVf?Y^??B^ VSTI^LIAM GOD?
FREY, Receiver of the Mercnauts' Bank of
auuui Carolina, at Cheraw, et ai.
lu rccordance Wita au order of the Circuit
Connor toe United State?, made in this cause, all
Biii-holderB and creditor: of the aforesaid Bank
are hereby notified and required to mate and
prove their ehlma before me at office No. 48
Broad street, Cbarleston, on ur before the 2iBt
lUStaut. WILLIAM SEABROOK,
ALL P?RSON8 HAVING CLAIMS
agalnat the Katata or the late QEuRGE ii.
GKUBER are requested to baud them in, daly at*
tested, and those indebted to said Estate will
make payment to the subscriber.
MARLA T. GROBER,
DAVID LOPEZ & SON VS. THE
OtiARLEaTON BOARD Of TRADE ET AL.
Pursuant to the order or Hon. R. F. Graham
Judge or the Court of Common Pleas of the First,
Circuir, flied on March lOtii 1873, tbe Creditors or
the charleston Board or Trade are requested to
present statements of their Claims belora me, at
my Office, Broad street, Charleston, s. C., on or
beionBanesecond day of June, 1873.
mclBO-lblltul W. J. OATER, Referee.
NOTICE.-ON THE 1ST DAY OF MAY,
A. D. 1873, at 12 M., I will apply to GEORGE
ULTST, Probate Judge, fur Letters Dlsmlssory aa
Executor of festste aUs\aN S. HAINE.
MORTON WAKLNO, M. n.,
Charleston, March 31, 1873. mch3l-u.wrimo
Prnge ano Mthmntt.
JgXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC.
This Preparation ls just what many persons j
need. They wish no Dye, bat only a Hair Wash,
or Hair Dressing-something that will keep the j
Hair clean, and at the same time be a pleasant |
Hair Dressing-not too greasy. Ihe "Excelsior''
meets all these indications, and should be given a
Fifty cents a bottle; S bottles for $2.
A liberal Discount to the Trade.
For sale by the Manufacturer,
DR. H. BAER, No. 1S1 Meeting street.
BARR'S IMPROVED VEGETABLE
The proprietor of these PILLS confidently be?
lieves that he has succeeded, by a Bkllfal combi?
nation of vegetable remedies, in producing a pre?
paration that will bring health and happiness to
the unfortunate sufferer. In the following dui
eases they have been used by thousands with
moat wonderful success: Billons Dlsorrlpr? anri
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia or Ic digestion, Head?
ache, Costiveness, Loas or Appetite, Neuralgin,
Dropsy, Dysentery, Piles, Diseases or the Skin.
Pain In the Side, Back and Limbs, SICK Headache,
and all derangements of the Stomach.
These Pills may be taken with perfect safety by
persons of any age or sex. No family should be
Price 26 cents a box; S boxes for one dollar
The usual discount to the trade.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
_No. 131 Meeting street.
T|TTY THE TENDER BARE I
Give lt not the deadly compound known as
Soothing Syrup. A certain popular article of thia
name has launched thousands of helpless Inno?
cents Into an early grave. This bas been proven
repeatedly, and beyond the shadow of adonbt,
Tor wbloh reason Ula condemned by the majority | j
Seeing the necessity for an article of this sort,
entirely free from opiates, and other injurions
drugs, Dr. BAER has put up the
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL,
for the use of Infants Teething, and for children
suffering from Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Ac This
may oe given with perfect confidence, and ls ap?
proved by every physician who has examined the
Price ss cents per bottle; 5 bottles for $ i.
Usual Dlsooant to the Trade.
Manufactured and for sale by
DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston.
jyt. BAER'S COUGH MIXTURE.
Pleasant, harmless, and effective. Try lt.
Price 28 cents a bottle.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
R. BAER'S ESSENCE OF
Equal to any Extract or Essence of Ginger In
Only 26 cents a bottle; 6 bottles for $1.
Try a bottle. For sale by
DR. H. BAER, No. 131 Meet lng street.
A fall Stock of the best and most reliable or |
Fresh supplies received constantly, by
DR. H. BAER,
dec7.flyrsc*w No. 131 Meeting street.
HE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER <fc WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
Weare now selling these superior MACHINES
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promtly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANUF'G CO.,
anrs-iyr No. 200 Kine street.
Cigaro, (Eobacco, Ut.
IMPORTED HAVANA CIGAR8,
Also the best Northern Brands.
0HEWINO AND SMOKING TOBACCO, SNUFF
49- Five Cents Olgars a specialty at
R. L. MORILLO'S. *
No. 849 King street, west side,
mch4-tuio Between Liberty and George Sta.
?Sf CONSIGNEES PEB STEAMSHIP
FLAG, from Boston, are notified tha soe will
discharge Cargo THIS DAT. at Vanderhorst'a
Wharf. Goods uncalled for at sunset, will remain
on the wharf at owners' risk.
apr4-l JAMES ADGBR A CO., Agents.
?pt* THE DOLLAR REWARD SOAP
washes the anest lace without injury, and renders
all articles aa clear and bright as new.
DOW1E, MOISE A DAVIS, Agents,
Charleston, S. 0.
pS-IO LOOK YOUNG IS A GENERAL
desire. Dr. UT rs HAIR DYE accomplishes lt,
and Ita nie cannot be detected. Used In Enrope
and America. apr3-6D*w
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING
Rations and Ship Chandlery for United states
CHARLESTON, S. C., A pru ist, 1873. J .
Sealed Proposals will be received at this Office,
until ia o'clock nooon, or SATURDAY, the 26th
day or April next, for supplying Rations and
Ship Chandlery for the ase of the Crews and
V?asela cf the United States Revenue Marine Ser?
vice In this Collection District for the fiscal year
ending 80th June, 1871.
Schedule or the articles of Ship Chandlery to
be bid ror will be furnished on application at this
office. The Government reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
apr2-8 GEO. W. CLARK, Collector.
?S* NO PAY IF NO!1 SATISFIED !
CORNS are Billi Removed and Cnred by Mons.
BERGER without Inflicting the least pain. No
caustics and no cuttlrjg In the operation. Send lor
Cir cn lars. Apply at No. 331 King street.
^?NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAVING
business with the undersigned are respectfully
?crormed that he can be round at Signor Govan
ta's Cigar Store, (The Cuban Freed,) No. 165, west
Bide or King street, below Clifford,
a pr l-l 2 A. MOROSO.
PROFESSOR TANER, WHO HAS
travelled over Europe and In the large cities or
this country, CURING STAMMERING, H at the
Pavilion BoteL He warrants a cure in every In?
stance without surgical operation. His stay ls
shor.-therefore call ac onie. apr2-wfs3?
^LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES WILL
be made by us on consingmeiats or Cotton to oar
friends in Liverpool and New York.
J. A. ?3NSL.OW A CO.,
mch3i-mwf? No. 141 East Bay.
^PROPOSALS ARE INVITED FOR
furnishing WATER at Fort Sumter and GRAVEL
at Forts Sumter and Moultrie. For particulars,
apply to Captain HEAP, U. S. Engineer Office,
No. 43 Broad street. mc'isi-6*
QOTTON PLANTERS AND GUANO
THE DOW LAW PLANTER AND GUANO DIS?
TRIBUTOR, Prl:e, without coverer, $16; with
WRIGBT'3 ACTOMATIO COTTON PLANTER,
planting either In drill or at the distance or
12,16, 18,21 or 24 Inches. Price $25.
BROWN A WARNOCK'S COTTON PLANTER AND
GUANO DISTRIBUTOR with Coverer. Price
A. D. BROWN'S COTTON PLANTER AND GUANO
DISTRIBUTOR with Coverer. Price $16.
WEST'S GUANO DISTRIBUTOR. Price $6 60.
FOP onie bV
J. E. ADOER A CO.
Nu. C2 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
TO RENT, THE COMFORTABLE TWO
Btory Frame Residence, No. 84 Radcliffe
street, north Bide. To an unexceptionable
tenant the rent will be moderate. Apply to x. A.
TA Vi- L, No. 16 Wentworth street, near East Bay.
FOR RENT, THE BEST BUSINESS
Staad lu Charleston, No. 365 King street,
particularly for Drugs, clothing, Groceries, Boots
and shoes, or in fact any business. Also, Rooms
from $2 to $3 per month In anvance; plenty or
cistern water. Address ARCHER'S BAZAAR,
King street. _aprl tuthss*
TO RENT OR FOR SALE, THAT LARGE
and desirable Residence, No. 0 King street,
reoently finlAhed. ?unable tor one or two respect
ible ramilles, having all the necessary outnulld
loga tor the accommodation or the same. There
ls on the premises one ot he largest cisterns and
jae or the best wells of water In the city. Apply
sn the premises. mchll-tuth2mih
TO RENT, THE PHOTOGRAPHIC GAL
LE RY, corner King and Liberty atrecis, for?
merly Known as "Schlfley'a." Also, Back Store
A same building, ou Liberty street. Apply at
No. 170 Meetlugsireet, one door above George,
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND COM
MODIOUS Building. No. 149 Hast Bay. re?
cently occupied as the Publication office or TUB
N KW?, and formerly known as the French Coffee
House. For terms, AC, applv at the Office or
TOR NBWB. NO. IB Broad street. Bopas
ion ar tuer tiiiu? ano (Dis* man ons.
T~1?E~?NDER8IGNED HAVE TH?8~D?Y
formed a Coparterahip aa Naval Stores
Brokers, ender the Btyl? or STANLAND A
BUGER. Office 96 East Bay.
T. W. STANLAND,
F. K. HUGER.
Charleston, S. C., March 31,1873. mcti3l mwf3
ILLIAM C. MILLER,
AT THE OLD STAND, 91 EA8T BAY,
(LATE DOUGLAS A MILLER,)
Dealer In WHITE LEAD, Paints, Oils, Var?
nishes, Brushes, Window Glass, Ac., Ac. Also,
Agent for ihe MINERAL SPERM OIL, BURNERS
I will continue to supply consumers In the City
by Wagon weekly as heretofore. Dealers
throngnont the Staie will have all orders Ailed
promptly. MINERAL isPERM OIL DEPOT,
mciil7-mwflmo .NO. ot East Bay.
rJlHE CHARLESTON BAG FACTORY,
No. 9 HAYNE STREET,
ls now in fall operation, and ready to make
contracts ror all kinda or SACKS-Phosphate,
Grain, Coffee, Flour, Peas, Rice, Ac,, ftc. Our
work 1B In all respects first class; with capacity of
from 1200 to 4000 bags per day. This enterprise is
begun and controlled by Charleston men. All or?
ders promptly attended to.
jy^OSES GOLDSMITH ? SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE
Highest cash Price paid tor WOOL, WAX
Hides, Skins, Paper stock, Iron, and all kinds of
Dealers In COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
Pig Iron. mav20-mwnvr
. CHAPEAU 4 00,
DEALERS AND DISTILLERS
TURPENTINE AND ROSIN.
OFFICE, NO. 173 EAST BAY.
The highest prices paid for Crude.
SAM'L W. MELTON, D. H. CHAMBERLAIN,
Attorney-General. Ex-Attorney General.
jy^ELTON & CHAMBERLAIN,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Will practice In all the Courts of this State, and
in the United States Courts for the District or
otnees at Columbia. S. C., in the Statehouse,
iud In the Carolina National Bank Building, (up?
STRICT OBSERVANCE LODGE, No. 73.
A Regalar Communication of the above
Lodge will be held THIS EVBNINO, 4t.ii.?at Haaomo
Temple ar. half-pas: 7 o'c eek. Candidates for F.
UL Degree will De punctual. By order or the w.
M. W. ST. J. J ER VET,
EAGLE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-You are hereby aammoned to at?
tend a Regular Monthly Meeting of your Compa?
ny, at your hall, on THIS (Friday) J?VBKINO, 4th
Instant, at 8 o'clock.
By order. ARTHUR M. COHEN,
MARION FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
Attend the Keguar Monthly Meeting of
your Company, at your Hall, cannon street,
THIS (Friday) EVBNTNO, the 4th Instant, at hair
past 7 o'clock precisely.
By order. Q. A. CALDER,
apr4_Secretary M. S. F. E. Co.
MERCHANTS' PROTECTIVE UNION.
A Meeting will be Teld EBIS EVENING, the
4th of April, at Llndstedt's Hall, at. 8 o'clock. The
members are particularly requested to attead, as
Important business wiu;ibe presented, and the
tooks of the Constitution will be distributed.
By order of the President. H. H. KNEE,
ATTENTION, PRUDENCE.-THE OF?
FICERS and Members of the Prudence Fire
company are hereby summoned to appear at
their Hail, 'i BIS EVEN INO, at 8 o'clock.
By order of President D. S. BROWN.
J. FEVKRS, VIce-PresHent.
J. WILLIAMS, Secretary._anrt-*
GRAN1TEVILLE, S. C., APRIL 1ST, 1873.
The next Annual Meeting of the Stockhol?
ders of the Oranitevllle Manufacturing Company
will be held at their Office, lu Orangeville, on
THURSDAY, the 24th instant. JAS. H. GILES,
OFFICE SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
FIRE-PKOOF BU1LIDNG, CHARLESTON
COUNTY, CHARLESTON S. C., APRIL 3, 1873.
'Hie Regular Monthly Meeting or the Board or
Exan laers of Uharleaton County will be held at
the Normal School, No. 3 St. Phillp street, on SAT?
URDAY, Gin instant, commencing at io o'clock A.
M.. Applicants must be present at the stated
hour. By order or the Board.
BE.NJAMIN H. HOYT,
STATE AGRICULTURAL AND ME?
CHANICAL SOCIETY.-In pursuance or a
Resolution passed at the Meeting of the State Ag?
ricultural and Mechanical Society lu December
last, the Spring Meeting of the Society will be
held in Charleston, oa the first TUESDAY in May
next, beginning at ll o'clock A. M. The place of
meeting and programme or proceedings will be
published In tue (morning) Charleston papers of
The following subjects have been selected for
discussion at that meting, abd the names at?
tached are the appointees who will be expected
tu open the debate on the respectiveBuhjecia:
Tue Culture or Upland Rice as a Staple Product
or sou tn carolina_UEO. T. WICKS, Richland.
The Comparative Advantage ol Labor saving
Machinery, and their Adaptability to sontheru
Labor and Products -M. L. DONALDSON, Green?
rioughlog-Its Effects Unon mir?rent Solls at
dur?rent Seasons.-Juli s H. FURMAN, Sumter.
i he cheapest Fertilizer, whether domestic or
commercial, and the most Economical Time and
M. tho i of us Application PAUL S. FELDER,
ls an Exclusivo Cotton Crop Good Policy for
any Single Farmer or Planter In Sooth Carolina
W. M. ?SHANNON, Kel shaw.
The Most Economical Method of Wintering
Stock.-THOS. G. MOORE, Spartanburg.
IB South Carolina in Greater Need of Labor or
Capital .'-JA-. MCUUTOHEN, Williamsburg.
With Cheap Hands and Inefficient Labor, ls the
Farmer Better Remunerated by Superficial or
High Farmingf-R, M. SIMS, York.
The above named gentlemen are e imestly re?
quested to attend the May Meeting of the society,
and be prepared io open the Discussion with
Essays upon the subjects respectively assigned
By order T. W. WOODWARD, President.
mch6-rac D. WYATT AIKEN, Secretary.
&LAZIEBS WANTED AT t H. HALL
A 00 'S Builder's Emporium Warerooms,
PERSONS WHO HAVE CHOICE
PLANTS, Ac,, for sale will find lt to their
advantage to call on Mr. SKERKITT, the Broad
street Fruiterer, No. 21 Broad street, or No. 830
WANTED, A COMPETENT CHAM?
BERMAID and Seamstress, well recom?
mended. Apply at No. 23 George street. apr4-l
WANTED, TO HIRE A SERVANT
to cook and Wash. Inquire southeast
comer Rmi'h and Beaurnln aireets. nsr4-l*
WANTED TO RENT, A HOUSE CON?
TAINING 4 or 6 rooms, lu a good location;
rent paid lo advance If desired. Address W, at
this onici._apr4 rumwA*
WANTED, A COMPETENT WAITING
MAN, with good recommendntions. Ap
ply at this office._ apr3-thatnth4
CIGARMATCERS WANTED -WANTED
by the undersigned lmmedlatel?, FIFE
GOOD ClGARMAKERS, who will be pa d the fol?
lowing prices: Forclose seed p r looo, $10; for
mixed per TOJO, $12; for seed ia Havana, flt.
Only goed hands need apply. Address KALVA
KINakY A LIEBLER. Athens, Ga., Box 108.
COOK WANTED. ONE WHO CAN
give good references can find a place by ap?
plying at No. 37 society street. apr2
WANTED, A 8ITUATI0N BY A PRAC?
TICAL Miller. He understands Sieam
Engine and water power. His mode of putting
rice, wheat and corn mill rocks to work la good.
Nu objection to take charge of a country mill.
Address 0 , Nxws uiHce, or apply to No. 2u sou tn
Bay, charleston, s. Ci. mchlO-mwflmo*
OFFICE SOUTH CAROLINA LUNATIC
ASYLUM, COLUMBIA. MAROU 15, 1873.
VYANT.<;D, t.vo Irishwomen for Conks at ihe
south Carolina Lunatic Asylum. Wages, $200
per year. J. F. ENSOR. Superlntendeut.
FRESALE. A FINE MILCH COW, AT
No. 16 Rutledge avenue. apr4-l*
TWO MILCH COWS AND CALF, AND A
Cart and one Mule, for sale at No. 62 State
JUST ARRIVED FROM KENTUCKY,
HORSES and M J LES, suitable for Lumber,
maying, Turpeuilne and Plantation purposes.
To be sold cheap for cash, or on time, at PLANT?
ER-' ANU DROVERS' STABLES, on Queen
Btreet, near the Bay. B. 0. KIRK. apr3-5?
JOULES! MULES 1 MULES I
Arrived this morning, two cars of large, heavy
Turpentine and Timber MULES-the fineta that
has bien tn the Charleston Market.
Also, a fine lot of Hor.-es and Mares, draft, sin?
gle and double drivers. Guaranteed as repre
sented. For sale on lime at Kentucky sale Sta?
bles, No. 89 Church street.
mch5-lmo?_BAMBERG A MCCOY.
BUILDING SAND DELIVERED
throughout the city low, from Chapel street,
Dear Elizabeth. Apply No. 14 Elizabeth street, or
S.ate Cottoa Press. mch2l-ftu9*
AIKEN PROPERTY FOR SALE.-A
House, with n x rooms, cellar and outbuild?
ings, on a very extensive lot. and eligibly situ?
ated near Alkea Hotel. Price moderate. Apply
to F. i. C. WOOD, Aiken, S. c., or to B. S. D.
MUcivr NFUSS. No. 461 King street, CharleBton,
BY THE HUNDRED
At the Office of TES NBWS.
MULES JUST ARRIVED, AT R. OAK
MAN'S S: ables, No. 85 Church street.
Turpentine, Timber Cart and Plantation MULES
lor sale ou time. apr2 4*
HORSES, MARES AND PONIES.-JUST
arrived, at H. OAKUAN'S Stables, Saddle
auu Harness HORSES and MARES aud ?mall
Saddle PONIES. apr2-4*
TO CONTRACTORS.-FOR SALE, BEL
GIAN PAVING BLOCKS, the most approved
and durable pavement, delivered at the Docks
direct from the quarries on the Hodson River'
N. J., opposite New York City. For Information
as to size, freight, Ac, apply to ADOLPHE
MECKERT, Dealer In Belgian Paving Blocks, No.
68 Bowery, New York._Jan2l.tuf3moB
AN OPPORTUNITY SELDOM OFFER
Eo.-To close up an estate, the Store and
Fixtures formerly occupied by Perez Frelenberg,
or Jack-onville, Florida, deceased, ls offered for
Rent, or will be sold on easy terms, together with
a portion o< stock in store.
.f be store ls located in the best business part of
the city, ls built of brick, flo by 80 feet. thre6 sto?
ries high, French roof, and Brick Warehouse in
rear. No bonus required. For further Informa?
tion apply to the undersigned.
No. 65 Reade street, New York City,
Or to HENRY P. FRIDENBERO,
mcn8-lmo Executors Estate Perez Frldenberg.
SEWING MACHINES.-ALL DESCRIP?
TIONS or sewmg Machinen repaired on rea?
sonable termB and at the shortest notice by J. L.
LUNSFORD, Smith Btreet, just north of Went?
worth street. jan22
^OADEMY OF MUSIC.
TWO NIGHTS AND MATINEE.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, APRIL 4 AND 6.
GRAND MATINEE, SATURDAY, APRILS, 2P. M.
CAL WAGNER'S MINSTRELS,
J. H. HAVERLY, Manager,
Will have the honor of reappearing before the
citizens of this city, in
ENTIRE CHANGE OP PROGRAMMES
from onr former visit, introducing
MR. CHARLES HEYWOOD,
The wonderful Burlesque Soprano, as extra at?
as- Prices aa nsnaL Doors open at 7; com?
mencing at 8. Reserved seats on sale, three days
in advance, at the Box Offlo.
D B. BODGES, General Agent.
H. CLAPHAM, Ad yertbing Agent. apr2-4
A N K COP CBTAR L E ST O N
NATIONAL B\NKING ASSO?IATIOV. 1
CHARLESTON, S. C., February 20, 1873. j
On and after the first day of March next, thia
Bank will be prepared to Consolidate the Stock
nf the Baok of charleston Into that of the pres?
One share of the latter, par valne ($100) one
hundred dollars, will be lssned for five (S) whole
or ten (10) half or the former.
Fnture dividends will be paid npon the Consol?
idated Stock only; those seeming npon the un?
consolidated will be reserved until consolidation
of the same aimil be effected.
The Books of Transfer will be closed from March
1st to April lat. WM. B. BURDEN. Cashier.
as-Anderson InteMgi near, Edgefleld Adver?
tiser, Georgetown Times, Columbia Phoenix,
Sumter Watchman, Yorkvlile Inquirer, Augus?
ta Oonstl(ntlonall;t, and New York Journal of
Commerce will please publish the above once a
week for three months and send their bills to the
rjHE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
Depositors are requested to leave their Books
to bc credited with the April Quarterly Interest,
doe 1st proximo.
All Deposits made on or be rc rn 20th April will
bear Interest from 1st April.
Interest (6 per cent.) six per cent, compounded
quarterly. b. A. M ITO n ELL,
?pEOPLE'S SAVINGS INSTITUTION.
OFFICE No. 9 BROAD STREET.
Deposits of FIVE CENTS and upwards re?
ceived dally, and Interest allowed Monthly on
nil amounts deposited/on or before the 15th day
of each Month.
Interest ls paid semi-annually, In April and
October^ on oil depositedhlch remain tu the In?
stitution to tue time or the declaration of the
Dividend, and ls compounded every six months.
In addition to the SIX PER CENT, paid annu?
ally, ALL THE PROFITS ARE DIVIDED, EVEBY
FIFTH YEAR, among such depositors as bave
fonds In tue Institution at the time of this quin?
HENRY S. GRIGGS,
JanlS-wftnlyr* Secretary and Treasurer.
CITIZEN'S SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTH
Old ARLESTON BRANCH, No. 8 BROAD STREET.
All MONEY deposited lu this Bank on or before
the FIFTH DAY of each Calendar Month will bear
interest (SIX PER CRN r.) for that month as if
deposited on the 1st Instant.
Depositors are requested to leave their Books
at the Bank In order to have the Regular Quar?
terly Dividend (due April l) entered.
Deposits received Dally from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M.,
and on Saturday RveDlngs.
Thia Brauch ls under the management of the
LOO AL FINANCE COMMITTEE:
LOUIS D. DRSAUSSURE,
CLELAND E. HUGER, F. MELOHER9,
DR. A. B. ROSE, BEN J. F. EVANS,
0. WULBURN, E. N. THURSTON. ?
Collections promptly attended to, there being
Brunch's or this Bank at the most prominent
pointa tn this State. D. RA VE NEU JR.,
Cost ano if on no.
L" OST. ofs^~IN^
MONEY, between up-town Market and cor
ntr King and hadcllffd ? tree tn. The finder will
be smtaoly rewarded ny leaving the same at No.
69 Smith street._apr4-l*
L~ OST, EITHER ON BROAD OR THE
lower part or Meeting street, an Envelope
contuimng a sum ot money belonging to a yonng
.ady or the Con tederate Home. The finder will
be rewarded by leaving the same at Mrs. t>now
den's residence. No. 9 Church street._apr3
STRAYED OR STOLEN, A VERY FINE
Stock Bull, last sunday night, from the
f .irmof Louis Dnnnemaun, corner King and
Miepberd streets. He ls a Brindle Bull, with a
white hes.d and white back, and long, slim talL
The horns are about ten luches long, aud the
p jims are red and very sharp. He Ls two and
a hair yeais old. The Auder will be rewarded by
returning the same. LOUIS DUNNEMANN.
MRS. WALTER HAVING RENTED
Mts. Prissie's House, in summerville, for
tne summer, will open a Boarding Hou-e from
the Amt-or April. Any pen-on vieilli g that place
She will be glad to accommodate. Terms mod?
erate. Refers to Rev. Toomer Porter, Rev. James
Elliott, Mr. James H. Wilson, Mrs. E. Doncln, or
to Mrs. Lois Walter, No. 79 Cannon street.
BOARDING.-GOOD BOARD, WITH
comfort .ble rooms, on reasonable terms,
at No. 71 Broad street, between King and Meeting
?yjy ATER COOLERS.
BATH TUBS, and
At T. CAMPBELL'S 8IOVE STORE.
HEMIOAL INK ERASERl
For the instantaneous removal of Ink stains
from marble, paper, parchment, linen, laces and
other fabrics, wlthont injuring the material.
To the patrons or the celebrated Ink Eraser and
to the pub'.lcl We would respectfully refer jon to
WALKEH, EVANS A COGSWELL, No. 3 Broad
streets, our Sole Agents for Chariest m.
mcb24 12 WALKER A CO.
(Elotrjing at ?rjoUsaU.
gPRING^SiD^UiVilM ER SAL ES 1873L
M. N. ROGERS A GO.,
Manufacturers and Jobbers of
MEN'S YOUTHS' AND B?YS' CLOTHING,
441 AND 446 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
W. T. BURGE,
(Late Marshall A Burge,)
Charleston, S. C.
We offer to the SOUTHERN TRADE this season a
very LARQE and ATTRAOTIVB stuck of SPRING
AND SUMMER CLOT HING, at prices as low as any
House In the Trade furnishing equal grades of
Our Stock ls mannfactured EXCLUSIVELY for
southern states, southern dealers are more cer?
tain to And the Style of our Quods, and a une of
sizes better adapted to their wants, than 1- possi?
ble In a Stock ot Clothing manufactured tor a
Northern or Western trade.
ORDBRS SOLICITED; satisfaction guaranteed;
samples sent on application.
. M. N. ROGERS A CO.,
febe-2mo 444 and 446 Broadway, N. Y.
(StatttieSf Ciqiwrs, Ut.
?O ALI COA Ll CO AL l
RED ASH-Egg AndBtove ?f?es._ .
White Asb-ror steam andjFonndrlea-warrant,
el tobe of tte beet quality. Fer sale In yard,
und to arrive, by H. F. BAKER. Agent,
apn-i_coal Yard. Onmberland sttvet.
QOFPEE ! COFFEE ! COFFEE I
1600 bags of RIO COFFEE. For sale by
O. N. HUBERT A CO.,
ap3-2 No. 67 Bart Bay.
gUGARS,^MOLASSES AND W?NES.
120 bogsbeads Good to Choice DEM ERABA b?
.GARS V. ?BOin ?
60 puncheona Prime to Chotee Demerara Mo?
128 hogsheada Good to Prime MUSCOVADO SU?
loo boxes Prime Muscovado Sugars
68 hogsheads New crop Muscovado Mohuses
60 hogsheads Choice New Crop santa-Lucia Mo?
60 quarter casks RED SPANISH or CLARET
30 quarter casks Superior Taja Wine
36 eighth casks Superior Rando wine, (equal to
Warranted to be or direct Importation, and for
sale in lots to suit purchasers by %
W. P. HALL,
apr3-6_ Brown A Co.ra Wharf.
BESIDES MT WELL ASSORTED STOCK
of COFFEE, Tea, Sugar, Flour, Syrup Mo?
lasses, Provisions, Cigars, Chewing and Smoking
Tobacco, Soap, starch, Vinegar, Ac., Ac., I offer
for Bale low: . .
20 casks Old FRENCH BRANDY, Holland Gin,
Jamaica and St. Croix Rom
30 quarter and io eighth casks Pale Harmony
and Rudolph Sherry
io quarter casks Old M id eira and Port Wine
eo barrels Acme Monongahela Rye Whiskey
76 barrels Common Whiskey, Rum, Gio. Ginger,
Sherry and Blackberry Brandy
6 barrels Apple and Peach Brandy - . '
46 cases Cognac Brandy and HoUind Gin-im?
ported tn bottle* -
60 catea Rhine and cia'et Wine
60 cases catawba and California Wine
25 casei Crabapple and Champagne Older
60 cases German and other Bitten
103 cases Canned Oysters, Lobsters, Salmon and
75 cases Fruits and JPlcklec
2000 DEMIJOHNS-raesorteJ aurea
60 cases Fi asks and Bottles
Corks, Brooms, Bookata, Ac.
Wholesale Grocer, No. 180 East Bay.
apr2-wftuth4_. - ?
?JOBN, OATS AND HAY.
6000 bushels Prime White CORN
2000 bushels Yellow Com
6000 bushels Prime Oats
800 bales N. R. Hay.
Landing, and for sale by
HERMANN BUL WINKLE,
apras_ Kerr*? Wharf.
JUO?R! FLOUB1 FLOUR !
1600 bbl*. Soper, Extra ind Family FLOUR.
For Bale by HERMANN B UL WINKLE,
ap?_ Kerrs WharL
- tons WHEELOCK'S VEG STATOR,'One Of
the best Fertilizers offered In thia market .For
sale by HERMANN BULWINKLE,
mchia_ Kerr's Wharf.
jp RIME NORTHERN GOLD SEED RICE.
400 b ash els for sale by E.H. FROST A CO.,
feb28-ftn_ Adger's Notth Wharf.
g A P O L I Ol
For Hand and House use. For sala at Whole?
sale, by PAUL B. LA LANE A CO., ,
feb4 No. 175 East Bay, Charleston, S. a
R. D. FITZ GIBBON
Would beg to anno unco to hie Friends and the
Public ?./.anorauy that- he has .REMOVED to the
Large New Store en King-street, wcoad jdoor
above Burns lase, where he will bo pleaded, to re?
ceive the continuance of their patronage.
A foll and well assorted Stock of GROCERIES,
Canned Goods, ?c., always on hand. Gooda,de?
livered Free to any part of the City. janaa
WILSONS' GROCERY ll
WILSONS* GROCERY ! 1 1
306.KING S THE ET......... 306
O .*- .
THREE JABS FOB $1, ?
THREE JABS FOB $1
THREE JARS FOR $1
IMPORTED APRICOT JAM
IMPORTED STRAWBERRY JAM
IMPORTED GREES GAGE JAM
IMPORTED DAMSON JAM
ONLY FORTY (JESTS A JAB
ONLY FORTY GESTS AJAR .
ONLY. FORTY OTOTS A?B^ -
FRESH MILK CRACKERS : S^"'"
FRESH GINGER SNAPS
FRESH EGG CRACKERS
FRESH IMITATION ENGLISH CRACKERS
AT WILSONS' GROCERY,
MW All Goods delivered free I
JV No Charge for Packing Goods.
Official flaSe Nttrabtre.
Of the Charleston Joint Stock Company font e
benefit or the state Orphan Asylum*'-::7CV;
CLASS NO. 487-THURSOAT MORNING, April A
CLASS NO. 488-THUBSOAT ET KN I NO, April S.
apr4-i A MOROSO, Sworn Commla?i$Ber.
CITY TREASURY, APRIL 1, 1873 -
AU Interests due on City Stock on April ist,
1878, will be deemed as good lu discounting fe ur
per cent, of the owners' taxes, where the balance
is paid In full of all taxes to the city thia year,
from the stn to the 12th Instant, both inclusive.
During these days such tums of six per cent. In?
terest only can be attended to.. a Liv. "
apri-12 P. J. C OOO AN, Treasurer.
QORNS, BUNIONS, 4c, CURED.
Mm. KEOGH having returned to the city ls pre?
pared to give teller to those suffering from
CORNS. BUNIONS or other riaeases of the feet.
AS to her skill and success as a Chiropodist, she
refers, by permission, to Dr. Fitch and Dr. Ed?
ward North. She will, If desired. Attend these
who may require her services at their r?sidences.
She may be found at No. 98 Church street, be?
tween Broad and Chalmers streets. , '. ' . lebt
QOL?MBIA HOTEL, COLUMBIA, & C.
This well known Hotel situated in the centre of
the badness portion of the etty, affords every
convenience and comfort to travellers on busi?
ness or pleasure. ? 'j '.v '
Tne proprietor, having secured thc services or
polite and efficient assistants, pledgee himself to
?pare no pains in ita management, to sustain the
high reputation so long enjoyed pyithe ^Colom?
bia." HS a first-class house. : " _a
attached to the house ls a handsome Billiard
Bonn, lurnisned with turee or Phelan :* Co?ao
dar'a bestand most Improved Tame*. ' ; "
Telegraph office ia rotunda of tne Honte. Also,
Bathing Boomi equalled oy none to the city.
WM. GORMAN, Proprietor.
E. T. BURDELL, late ol " charleston. BoteV' and
JAB. F. GADSDIN, Assistants. : t. fl?