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TERMS OF THE NEWS.
TH i DAILT NEWS, by mall one year, $8; six
months, ?4: three months, $2 50. Served in the
city at KIO UTK KS CENTS a week, payable to the
carriers, or $8 a year, paid in advance at the
office.
Tax TRI-WEEILT NEWS, published on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, one year, $4; six
months, $2 so.
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$126. Hx copies $10. Ten copies to one address
$1$.
' " SUBSCRIPTIONS la all cases payable In advance,
and no paper continued arter the expiration or
the time paid for.
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insertion 16 cents a line, subsequent insertions io
cents a line. Business Notices (by count) 80
cents a line. Marriage- and Fanerai Notices $1
each.
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Une or solid nonpareil, l insertion, 15 cents; 1
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NOTICES of Wants, To Rent, Lost and Found,
Boarding, Ac., not exceeding 20 words, 26 cents
each insertion; over 20, and not exceeding 40
- words, 60 cents each Insertion. Meetings 76
'Mata each. These rates are NET, and must in?
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- In THE TRI - W gsELY NEWS at the same rates as in
THE DAILY NEWS, Contract advertisements at
one half the rates for THE DAILT NEWS.
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NEWS, or by sending the money in a registered
letter.
Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO.,
. No. 10 Broad street, Charleston, S. 0.
SATURDAY, APRIL 5J 1873.
?
Tm* CHARLESTON DAILT NEWS "is designa
"tedas the newspaper for the publication of
"all legal notices, and official advertisements,
"for tbe County of Charleston, under the act j
4;of February 22d, 1870, entitled an act to regu?
late the publication of all legal and public
"notices." _ _
NEWS OF THE DAT.
-The deatc ot Ur. Charles M. Barras, well
known to the publio as the author of the spec?
tacular drama of "The Black Crook,'' ends j
a remarkably successful career. The play re?
ferred to was tbe only one o? *ny consequence
produced by Mr. Barras, bot this alone was
sufficient to yield bim a large fortune.
-The Marquis of Bote has refused to grant
the tenantry of his estates an extension ot
time lor the payment of their rents. The
tenantry represented that the unprecedented
rainfall of the past year had caused the crops
of potatoes and turnips to fall, and that the
wheat and barley had been damaged In har?
vest time, and in view of these disasters they
begged for a postponement of the payment.
They now have the alternative of paying im?
mediately or vacating tbe lauda,
-Ibe Bcenes in Wall Blreet, New Torte,
daring tbe gold panic when lt reboiled its
climax rivalled In confusion and excitement j
tooee of tbe memorable Black Friday itself.
Tbe bolla were In tbeir glory and the Gold
Boom fairly rocked with the surging of the
excited throng of wondering buyers and sell?
ers. The panic reached its height on Mon- j
day when the gold indicator touched 118$.
A' babel of voices followed this movement of
tbe indicator. The shriekers rising en their |
' toes sought for a new note in the human
voice. They extended tbeir hands as if they
wer? expounding the most exciting passage
In war declamation, while the typical broker |
pat forward his longest arm and proclaimed
in stentorian tones the latest quotation.
Doubts aa to the legitimacy of the sudden
ila? caused many .to tremble and to shake |
and ?very one was seeking for trustworthy In?
formation 'as to what bad given rise to the
sudden panic. There were those who stoutly
maintained that lt waa owing to heavy Impor-1
wilone, while others said, with equal confi?
dence, that the movemeat was Influenced by
the announced treasury sale. The wise ones i
aatd -they kmnr me rise was coming, and that
lt wai Inevitable BO long as the present mln
ons' policy of the treasury ls continued. All
manner of explanatlona were offered In the
midst, of the excitement, and, not wi thstaud
Ing the oncer;ainty as to the cause of It, the
brokers rushed into the'Gold Room wild in
tbeir excitement, Irrepressible In their fan,
asd quick to catch tbe bid er offer ol every
fresh.operator who dashed up. to the railing.
-The Battlement ot the long (.trike of the
colliers In South. Wales, wblcb has already
been announced by cable dispatches, was at?
tended with a display of Independence on the
part of the workingmen that commanded ad?
miration. A few days previous to the settle?
ment the officers of the union bad appealed to
the colliers to continue their resistance anti!
they ob. al ned tbeir own terms, and were
promised assistance from unfailing sources to
enable them to maintain, the contest. Tbe |
good sense ol tbe mea overcame any tem*
porary feeling La favor of a protracted strike,
however, as tbe situation of rolnoos Idleness I
^ becoming simply intolerable. The epeo-|
lacie of lae workers going to and from theil
work' at the mills and forges by hundreds aug- j
gested to some of the cooler beads thal k
would be wiser for them to do likewise than
to persist io the vain struggle. A d?puta-j
tion waited opon the employers and assura.
them that they had come wttb serious aod
honest i n tentions to effect a settlement. The
employers received them, respectfully and as
eared them of theil sympathy and encourage?
ment. Many ot tho workmen addressed their I
{rle D dB alter tie seulement had been effected,
and improved the occasion kw adminieteriog
advice aa to tbeir future coaduct, all of them
expressing tbe bope that tbe strike woold.be a
leB?on which would never bave to be repeat?
ed, bnt would lead to a better understanding
hereafter between employers and workmen,
and to tbe growth of sentiments o? good-will
ajad confidence on both sides. After giving
vent to their feelings in this way, a resolution
was proposed and carried, accepting the offer j
of the company to return to work upon terms
which would eecure to them the restoration
ot the old rate of wages.
-As stated lo THX NEWS a few days since,
Aye millions of the new postal cards author?
ized by Congress wm be delivered to the post?
master-general for issue by the Morgan En?
velope Company of Springfield, Mass., on the
first proximo. It has been stated that there
will be two kinds of cards-one ruled, and
tbe ether without lines-but such ia not the
case. Tbere will be one klnd'of card, and
that will be of a cream color, five and one-1
eighth lnchea in length, and three incheB in
width. One side of the card (the one Intend
ed for tbe message) is entirely plain, and tbe
other beare an ornamental scroll work bor?
der one-eighth of ao inch in width. In the
right band upper corner le & picture of the
Goddess of Liberty, surrounded with a scroll
work border, In wblcb are the words, "U. S.
Postage-one cent." In the left v p per corner,
and extending two-thirds across tbe card, are J
the words, lo velvet-brown letters, "United
States Postal Card;" and below, la smaller let?
ters, "Write the address only on this side-the
message on the other." Beneath this, and to
the left, ls the word "To," in Bcrip, followed
by a line extending across the card, for the
name of the party addressed. Below thia are
two other lines-one being for the name of
the postofflco, and the other for tbe county
and Slate. Although it ls not expected that
any one will put more than the address on one
side, there ls no prohibition against filling
both sides w th writing, provided the address
remains legible; nor ls lt contrary to law lo
place priming on the cards instead ol writing.
The cards will be distributed lo postmasters
throughout the country on requisition, the
same aa other supplies, and will be sold at tha
stamp window at one cent each. The ques?
tion has frequently been asked whether a
plain card, bearing a one cent stamp, will not
be allowed to pass through ihe mills the same
as the government cards; but the law preven?s
Ihe uBe or transmission of any but the official
cards. The cost of the postal cards ls $1.39?
cents per thousand, that being the bid of the
successful competitor for their manufacture.
The New Hrangel.
Who was it that said that the old ballad
of Chevy Chase stirred bis heart like a
trampet ? It is not now a question of mar?
tial verse or resounding rhyme; only of the
few generous words spoken by a Charleston
gentleman, standing face to (ace with a poet
and a statesman, fit representatives of the
thought and sentiment, the native intelli?
gence and ripe culture, of our common
country. Yet those few words stir the
heart, quicken the pulse, and who shall
doubt that they touched to tbe quick both
Northern men and Southern men wbo beard
them.
It has been oar unfortunate habit ic this
Southern country, since the war, to go too
far or not (ar enoagh. Where others would
give tbe shadow and deny the substance,
South Carolina bas acknowledged the ac?
complished fact and denied the logical and
inevitable sequence. And the reason is
plain. The people, conscious of their hon?
esty o? purpose, were unwilling to expose
themselves -new to the taunt that they were
talking and writing for effect. Having
within them the abiding conviction that the
changes In the organic law growing ont of
the Confederate straggle demand the obe?
dience of every good citizen, the people or
Sooth Carolina were not ready to lay them?
selves open to the charge that tbey were
playing a deep game of dissimulation,
which the morrow should disclose. Aye!
we were tired of it, and the reason is
given by Governor Porter io the brief ad?
dress which we print to-day.
The caone waa lost, not the honor of the
Sooth ; the men who honestly nod bravely
fought ont, these fights can afford to look
each other straight in the face, strike hands
and be friends again. These are the key?
notes of lae address. We can afford to look ;
man or angel squarely in the face. We can
afford to clasp hands, whatever the chasm
which yawns between. But we insist that
the generosity and forbearance shall not he
all on one side. Io return for a renewed
loyalty and a reunion of thought and pur?
pose, we ask that the Southern people be
treated as American citizens; that there be
no distinction of North or Sooth under tbe
shadow of the flag. It ia demanded of na
that, like strong men, we bow to the inevt- j
table; it should not be expected that we
defile ourselves or brand ourselves with Ihe
foal name of traitor. That credit for sin ?
cerity and devotion which the Sooth give?
iie North, that conquering North most give
;he conquered Soot?. It was said In the
)08t that the South, more than the North,
vas led by politicians. However this may
lavo been, it ia certain that now the South?
am people speak words of peace and good
viii-that they pass over the demagogue,
whether his home be beyond the Potomac or
lot, and ask of their fellow-countrymen, the
Union over, that the outstretched hands be
foined together, and that no barrier be
thrown up against those whose one aim ls
x> mend their shattered fortunes and be at
?est.
This bas been the argument and plea of j
his paper these many days, and we wel?
come the remarks of Governor Porter as an
krdent effort io the same good canse. That
eloquent speaker ls no new convert to the
ioctrine he preaches so well; but it is pleas?
ant to know tba?- bis words were uttered to
Northern as weil os Southern ears, and that I
they commanded the hearty approval of j
avery good citizen who heard them.
A Reception, at the Otranto Club.
The elegant hospitalities of Ihe Otranto
Club, of which the Hon. James B. Campbell
ls the president, were extended yesterday tc
a number of the distinguished visitors (rom
the North who are now in the city, and a
select party of ladies and gentlemen prom?
inent in the fashionable circles of Charleston
who were invited to meet them. The North?
ern guests were the Hon. William Callen
Bryant, Mrs. Parke Godwin, the daugh?
ter of the venerable poet and wife of
the managing editor of the New York
Evening Post; Miss Bryant and Miss
Fairchild, o? New York; Mrs. Horatio Sey?
mour and Miss Seymour; Mr. Durand, the
artist and critic; Mr. and Mrs. Colt, of Pitts?
field, Mass. ; Mr. Pomeroy, Mrs. Bigelow
and MIBS Briggs, from Massachusetts ; and
the Hon. John C. Hoadley and wife, of Law?
rence, Mass. Among the Oharlestonians
were Colonel and Mrs. Richard Lathers, the
Misses Lathers, Mrs. Miller, and others.
The day was very pleasantly spent at the
club-house on the outskirts of the city,
aod the occasion was ia every way one of
the most delightful of the social events of
the season.
Congressman Elliott and His "Back
Pay."
The Colombia Union reports that Congress?
man R. B. Elliott has followed the example of
the large number of members who, having
the fear ol their consciences or their constitu?
ents before tbeir eyes, have refused to profit
by the $5000 of retroactive Increase of salary
which the last Congress was generous enough
to vote to each of its members. All honor to
the representative who has the courage to
thus practically rebuke this bold grab game
by which the expiring Congress dlsgraeed Ita
closing hours.
-But we are checked in this euloglum by
the counter statement from the Columbia
Phoenix that Mr. Elliott has done nothing of
the sort, with the intimation that he isn't one
of that kind of Congressmen. Bo much the
worse for him and his party, then.
Free Delivery- of Maila.
Uader the law passed at ibe last session of
Congress, which coes into effect at the be?
ginning ot tbe next fiscal year, July-1, 1873,
nineteen new postoffices will be added to the
list of those entitled to the free delivery or
carrier system. These Include all those cities
having over 20,000 inhabitants which have
not had the lree delivery system under the
old law, and Charleston, with Its 48,000 in?
habitants, is at the bead of the list. The
others are: Scranton, Pennsylvania-, Colum?
bus, Ohio;Paterson, New Jersey; Kansas City,
Missouri; Hobll?, Alabama; Fall River, Massa?
chusetts; Springfield, Massachusetts; Peoria,
Illinois; Covington, Kentucky; Quincey, Illi?
nois, Evansville, Indiana; Oawego, New York;
Elizabeth, New Jersey; Savannah, Georgia;
Poughkeepsie, New York; Camden, New Jer?
sey; Davenport, Iowa; St. Paul, Minnesota.
There are len other clllee wltb population
approximating but not quite reaching the
20,000 required by tbe law to entitle them to
lree delivery. Oue of theee ls Norfolk with
19,266 population by the last census. Under
the old law 50,000 population was required to
entitle a place to carriers, but the postmas?
ter-general was allowed Borne discretion, and
several cities having less than lhat number
were endowed with the privilege. Some of |
the cilles now served by carriers have less [
than 20,000, but it is not proposed lo with?
draw the privilege.
The San Domingo Ring.
The New York Sun publishes a four-column
expose of the Sun Domingo Eine, giving a
complete history of Its operations from the be?
ginning, with names, dates and documents.
It 1B stated that the speculating project began
with a Ring calling itself the Great American
West Indian Company, BO tar back as 1863.
The company managed to sell $160,000 of J
stock, and then closed their doors in ihe faces
of their creditors without enabling them lo
get any of their money back. At a later pe?
riod the Ring took another name, and started
out again with encouraging signs ol success.
Tbeir plan waa to take In a number of promi?
nent men for the purpose of Recuring their
personal influence in favor of annexation.
President Baez was roped in, and he,
it is alleged, came od to Washington
and secured the influence of a number of j
leading officials there, including President
Grant and ueneral Babcock, who, lt ls Bald,
were Induced to lend their Influence to the
proposed scheme for purchasing Samana Bay I
with an ultimate view to the annexation of |
the island. All Washington was turned Into a
lobby, and there was a persistent effort to en?
list an overpowering Influence In Ks favor.
President Grant, it ls said, became more and
more enthusiastic over the scheme of the
stock-jobbers, and urged upon Congress the
scheme of annexation as ll bis private inter?
ests were involved in the matter. The ques?
tion ag to who received the $150,000 paid by
General Babcock for the lease of ?amana Bay
Is left open for speculation. There Is author?
ity, lt is alleged, for saying that a large portion
of lt went Into the pockets of those who lent
tbeir Influence to the scheme, as only a small
amount of lt was received by Baez, and the
company, with tbeir assistants, after securing
$200,000 by the sale ot their stock, never made
any explanation to their viclims, lt Iq said,
and disappeared with the profits.
beardina.
pl?OTLEMAN^^
vX can obtain good Board In a private family;
huye and pleasant rooms; terms $5 per week.
Address A, P. P.. Box 3bQ._aprM*
BOARDING.-GOOD BOARD, WITH
comfort ble rooms, on reaHunabic terms,
at No. 71 Broad street, between Klug aud Meeting
streets. fcucj
MiBttllantouB.
pBOF?SS?R MII^SrT?i5Tl7REsT~
The remaining Lectures of Professor J. W. Miles
will be delivered at the Confederate Home,
Broad street, as follows:
Sth Lecture-Subject: THE PROMETHEUS
BOUND OF --K5C?? YL??, 8AT0B0AV. 5th April.
Lectures will commence at 8 o'cloclr.
mch31-riw83
JgMPORIUM OF FINE ARTS.
CHARLES HICKEY,
Dealer in LOOKING GLASSES, every variety
of Mouldings, Window Cornices, Photograph
Fi?mes, Cord and Tassel Loops, Ac, No. 31?
KING STREET, above Liberty, Charleston, S. C.
ENGRAVINGS and OIL PAINTINGS renovated.
mchS4-mwB2mo3
c
H E MIO A L INK ERASER!
For the Instantaneous removal of ink stains
from marble, paper, parchment, linen, laces and
other fabrics, wltbont Injuring the material.
To the patrons or the celebrated Ink Eraser and
to the pub.ic i We would respectfully refer you to
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL, No. 3 Broad
street j, our Sole Agents for Chariest JO.
mcb24 12 WALKER A CO.
tegal Notices.
THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF SOUTH
CAROLINA-AT CHARLESTON, the 10th
day of March, 187'.-Tue undersigned hereby
gives notice of his appointment ai assignee of
MARY A . TAN LUNION", or Charleston, lu the
County of Cheleston and State of South Carolina,
within said district, who bas been adjudged a
bankrupt, npon ber own petition, by the District j
Court of said district, FKLUE KI CK. J. SMITH,
mCh29--3 ABSlgueO.
HARVEY TERRY VS. WILLIAM GOD?
FREY. Receiver or the MerchautB' Bank or
aoutn carolina, at Cheraw, et al.
lu accordance w,tn aa order of the Circuit
Conrt or tue United States, made in this canse, all
Bill-holders and Creditors or the aforesaid Bank
are hereby notified and required to mate and
prove their claims before me at office No. 48
Broad street, Charlestun, on ur before the 2lst
Instaut. WILLIAM SEABROOK,
apr4-16 special Master.
hotels
QOLUMBIA HOTEL, COLUMBIA, S.
This well known Botel, situated in the centre of
the business portion of the city, affords every
convenience and comfort to travellers on busi?
ness or pleasure.
The proprietor, having secured the services of
polite and efficient assistants, pledges himself to
spare no paius in its management, to sustain the
nigh reputation so long enjoyed by the "colum?
bia," as a first-class boase.
Attached to the boase ls a handsome Billiard
Room, rurnlstied with taree of Phelan A eolian
dar's bestand most Improved Tables.
Telegraph office lu rotunda of tne Honse. Also,
Bathing Rooms equalled by none In the city.
WM. GORMAN, Proprietor.
E. T. BURDELL, late or .* cbarleston Hotel," and
JAB. F. GADSDEN, Assistants. febv4
Drags ano Meeninta.
D
R. C. F. BROWN'S
YOUNG AMERICAN LINIMENT.
The demand Tor this truly wondefol remedy bas
induced the Proprietors to extend the area of Its
circulation and usefulness by placing its valuable
qualities before tbe public. It ls truly asserted,
and facts prove lt that no Liniment ever before the
people has grown so rapidly In public favor for
ail he cases reached by this class of medicines.
BROWN'S YOUNG AMERICAN LINIMENT has
gained a lasting reputation wherever used lu
cases wtiicb require an EXTERNAL KEMKOY, and
ls with the ntiuost confluence recommended to
the public. Manuraotnred by the proprietors, 0.
F. BROWN, Chemical company, New Yors, and
ror Bale by all Druggists and Country Dealers.
HOWIE. M Ul.NK & DAVIS,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. C.
febl8-tutbs3mos
Special S?iit?fl.
f?f CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
FLAG, from Boston, are notified iha abe will
discharge Cargo THIS DAT. at Vanderhorat's
Wharf. Qooda uncalled for at sunset will remain
on the wharf at owners' risk.
apr6-l JAMES ADQEK A CO., Agents.
JES* BY USING HALL'S VEGETABLE
Slol'an Bair Renewer yonr hair will re-ame Its
original vitality and color. apr5-Btutb3d4w
?38-T0 LOOK YOUNG IS A GENERAL
desire. Dr. TUT r's Billi OYE accomplishes lt,
and irs uie canuot be detected. Used In Entope
and America. apr3-8Diw
""Jr PROPOSALS FOE FURNISHING
Rations and Ship Chandlery foi* United States
Revenue Veaatla.
COLLECTOR'S OFKICK, 1
CHARLKSTON, S. C., April lat, 1873. j
Sealed Proposals will be received at this Ollie?,
um l 12 o'clock nooon, cf t-ATURDA?, the 28th
day of April next, for supplying Battons and
Ship Chandlery for the nae of the Crews and
Ves sels of the United States Revenne Marine Ser?
vice tn this collect io.i District for the fiscal year
ending 30th June, 1874.
Schedule of the articles of Ship Chandlery to
be bid for will be furnished on application at this
office. The Government reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
apr2-6 OEO. W. CLARK, Collector.
?E?T*NOTICE. -ALL PERSONS HAVING
bua ness with the undersigned are respectfully
informed that he can be found at signor Govan
te's Cigar Store, (The Coban Freed,) No. 165, west
side of King street, below Clifford.
aprl-12_A. MOROSO.
its- PROFESSOR TANER, WHO HAS I
travelled over Ea rope and in the large cities of
this, country, CURING HAMMERING, ls at the |
Pavilion Hotel. Re warrants a enre In every In?
stance without surgical operation. His stay is
abor.- therefore call at ont e._apr2-wfa3?
^?1S- PROPOSALS ARE INVITED FOR
rur ulalling WATER at Fort Sumter and O RAVEL
at Forts Sumter and Moultrie. For particulars,
apr ly to Captain REAP, U. S. Engineer Office,
No. 43 Broad street._mr.hSl-e*
JK#> LADIES WILL FIND ELGIN'S
Phantom Powder Just the nicest, softest, whitest,
prettiest face Powder In the world, far superior to
aoy other Powder, Lily White, or Tablet in the
market. Thousands of ladles who have used lt
are delighted with its effects, and pronounce lt
the very best cosmetic they ever tried. For im?
parting youthful beauty and freshness to the
coraplesion, and clearness and softness to the [
SKID, tt cannot be surpa-sed. For sale by all
retail druggists. DOW IB, MOISE A DAVIS,
Wholesale Agents, charleston, 5. 0.
nichCthatoSmoa_
pa-W PEOPLE WHO SUFFER FROM
the dull stupidity that meets rs everywhere In
spring, and too often In all seasons of the year,
knew how quick it conld be cured by taking
A Y KR'S SARSAPARILLA to purge the bile from
thc lr systems, we should have better nelghoors
as well as clearer heads to deal with.
apr3-thatu3D?w
_?2BB~NOTICE TO BRIDGE CONTRAC
TO RS.-Sealed Proposals will be received at the
Office of the Bridge Commissioners, for one
month from date, for the completion of the
Bridge crossing the Water ce River. Direct pro?
posals to WILLIAM M. SBANNON, Shannon A
Shannon, or to J. J. SUTHERLAND, Secretary.
J. J. SUTHERLAND, Secretary.
Camden, March 6, 1873. mch6-thstnlmo
~BURNETT'S OtlCOAINE.-THE j
following la conclusive of Ita efficacy In the case
of loss of hair:
Messrs. JOSEPH BURNETT A CO.: I cannot re
rune to state the salutary effect, In my own ag?
gravated case, ol yonr excellent HAIR OIL
(Cocoalne.)
For many months my hair had been falling od,
until I waa fearful of losing lt entirely.
Tho first application Allayed the Itching and
Irritation; In three or Tour day? the redness and
tenderness disappeared-the hair ceased to rall,
and I have now a thick growth of new hair. I
trust, t liar, others similarly afflicted wi l be Induced
to try the same remedy.
Yours very truly, SU4AN R. P3PE.
For sale by DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, Whole?
sale Druggists, Charleston, S. C. apr3-thstu3
Cost ano ifonnO.
1* OST, A WHITE SETTER PUPPY,
J about seven months old; white body with
liver colored head, white forehead and one liver
spot on tall. A suitable reward will be given by
leivlng bim at No. 71 Spring street, or NO. isa j
Meeting street, opposte Charleston Hutel.
eptS-2?_
CITRATED OR STOLEN ON THE 4TH
k) instant, ahne Red Springer, Ave years old.
A M cl rab e reward wi li be given If returned to J.
H. H ARK KS'a atables, K?r&ii Klug street.
apr6-l?_
]" CST, EITHER ON BROAD OR THE
_i lower part of Meeting street, an Envelope
containing a sum of money belunglog to a young
ady ur tue confederate Homo. The finder will
bo rewarded by leaving the same at MrB. snow
den's residence. No. 9 church atreet. apr3
.for Sait.
?5OT^A1LE,"H??S?1? 92 SPRING
Jj street. contalLlng fonr rooms, pantry und
dressing room, with kiichen or roar ioums. Ap
ply on tne pn mises._apr6-2*
rnWENTY MULES FOR SALE LOW ON
_L time; suitable for turpentine or other pur?
poses, at 110 j\ADA Y's Stables, Columbus street.
U. TERRILL._ apr6-4*
FOR SALE, A SM ALI', COMFORTABLE
House and Lot, President street. Low
price. A. C. MCGILLIVRAY, No. 27>i Broad
street._aprs-i*
FOR SALE-THE FINEST BUILDING
Lots in the fashionable west end or Broad
street, A. C. MCGILLIVRAY. No. 27* Broad
street._ april*
TUST ARRIVED FROM KENTUCKY,
?J HORSES und MJLKS, suitable for Lumber,
braying, Turpentine and Plattation purposes.
To be sold cheap for cash, or on time, at PLANT?
ER-.' ANu DROVERS' STABLES, on Queen
et reet, near the Bay. B. C. KIRK. apr3-6?
TUE UNDERSIGNED OFFER FOR
sale D?sirable Building Lota In the City of
Greenville, s. c., near tne Depot or the Atlanta
and Richmond Air Line hal road. Those desiring
io Bettie in thia growing and prosperous city will
Hud lt to their Interest? to address CuX, BIRNIE
.c co., Postofflce Box No. 7, Greenville, s. 0
mchft-wsM
FOR SALE, THAT FINE LARGE
Three-story BRICK STORE, at south corner
of East Bay and Cumberland streeta, with exten
nive Warehou8es aitached, running through to
.'state street, and well kuown as the property of
UM Messrs. Farrar. Its location, arrangement,
.fcc, make lt one of the most desirable business
iranda in the city. Also, that Three-story BRICK'
DWELLING, No. 34 Society iitreet, with six
square rooms, 4c, requisite outbuildings, clatern,
?C., 4c. Apply to JOtlN D. ALEXANDER, No.
16 Broad aireet. Hpr2-wih83
SIXTY-HOBSE ENGINE AND BOIL?
ERS.-For aalo. a 60-Borae Begin* and
Boilers complete In every respect; wen adapted
for a Brat class saw mil. Hail lt I L. OHIsoi.M,
Adger'B Wharf._apr3tuatof4
MULES JUST ARRIVED, AT R. OAK
MAN'.S S ables, No. 86 Church street.
Turpentine, Timber Cart and Plantation MULES
for sale on time. apr2 4*
HORSES, MARES AND P0NIE8. - JUST
arrived, at K. OAKMAS'S stables, Saddle
ano Harness HORSES and MARES and Small
Saddle PONIES. apr24*
AN OPPORTUNITY SELDOM OFFER
Ei).-To close up an estate, the Store and
fixtures formerly occupied by Perez Frldenberg,
of Jack on ville, Florida, deceased, ls offered ror
Rent, or will be sold on easy terms, together with
a portion Oi Stock in store.
The Store ls located lu the best business part of
the city, ls built of brick 30 by 8C reet. three sto?
ries high, French roor, and Brick Warehouse In
rear. No bonus required. For further Informa?
tion apply to the undersigned.
HARRIS SOLOMON,
No. 65 Reaoe street. New York City,
Or to HENRY P. FKiDENBERO,
Jacksonville, Florida,
mch8-lmo Executors Esiate Perez Frelenberg.
SEWING MACHINES.-ALL DESCRIP?
TIONS or Sewiug Machines repaired on rea?
sonable terms and at the shortest notice by J. L.
JDNSFORD, Smith street, just north of Went?
worth street. jana
?llceiiugo.
DAN- LODGE, NO. 93, L O. B. B.-A
Quarterly Meeting will be hPld at the usual
lime pud place. Members will please come prc
partd to pay their arrears, and to offer proper ex?
cuses for non-attendance when summoned uy
tue society.
By order of the President.
JOSEPH H. M. CHDMAOEIRO,
apr5 Seer tary.
p ERM AN HUSSAR TILTING CLUB.
VT Attend an Extra Meeting, at Llndstedt's
Hui, TO-MORROW (Sunday) EVENING, at 7 o'clock:
precisely.
By or?er. JNO. H. WUHRMANN, JR ,
apr5 secretary.
OFFICE SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
FIRE-PROOF BOILIDNO, CHARLESTON
COUNTY, CHARLESTON, S. C., APRIL 3,1873.
'Hie Regular Monthly Meeting of the Board of
Examiners of charleston County will be held at
the Normal School, No. 3 St. Phillp street, on SAT?
URDAY. 6th matant, commencing at 10 o'clock A.
M. Applicants man be present at the stated
hour. By order of the Board.
BENJAMIN H. HOYT,
apr4-2 _Chairman.
ASHLEY FIRE COMPANY-YOU ARE
hereby aummoued to appear at Military
Uail on MONDAY MORNING, April tue 7th, ia full
uniform, (black Kossuth hats) f. r Target Exercise,
at 7 o'uiocc precisely.
By order of the President.
apr6 . JAMES M. MATHEWES, Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE
Smith Carolina Medical Association for 1873
will be held at the Roper Hospital, Charleston, on
l D88DAY MORNT?G, i ho 8th of April. Where DO
Couuty society is organized the Physicians will
send delegates. Arrangements will be made with
the Railroads to pass members and delegates for
one fare. T. GKANGE SIMONS. M. 1).,
Recording Secretary S. 0. M. A.
mchl6,aprl,6,P_
SOUTH CAROLINA SOCIETY.-THE
One Handled and Thirty-sixth Anniversary
Meeting of the society will be beM at their Hall
on the lsth day or April being Easter TUESDAY.
The Annual election of Officers will take place at
the Ha 1 on that dar. Polis open at 12 M. The
Society will asuemble at a P. M., for transaction
of oaslness. I. M. UASELL, clerk.
EXTRACT RULE 22 -' If aay member shall ueg
leci to pay bis aireara on the anniversary, bia
name shall oe publicly read by the Clerk at three
subsequent meetings after said anniversary, and
If bis arrears be not fully paid by the third read?
ing he shall be excluded the Society.
api-3,6,8,10,12,14.15 _
STATE AGRICULTURAL AND ME?
CHANICAL SOCIETY.-In pursuance of a
Resolution oassed at the Meeting of the State Ag?
ricultural a'nd Mechanical Society lo December
last, the Spring Meeting cf the Soclrty will be
held in Cbaneaton, OB the Unit TUESDAY In May
ne.it, beginning at ll o'clock A. M. The place of
meeting and programme of proceedioga will be
published In tue (morning) Charleston papers of
that date.
Tue following subjects have been selected for
discussion at that mt etlng, aud the names at?
tached are the appointees who will be expected
to open the debate on the respective nubjects:
Tue Culture ot Uplaud Rice as a Staple Product
of Sooth carolina.-OEO. T. WICKS, Richland.
The Comparative AU van ti pc of Labor-saving
Machinery, and their Adaptability to southern
Labor and Products -M. L. DONALDSON, Green?
ville.
Houghing-its Effects Coon Different Soils at
dur?rent SeasooB_JOHN H. FORMAN, Somier.
i he cheapest Fertilizer, whether domestic or
commercial, and the most Economical Time and
Ht thoa o? Its Application PAUL S. FELDER,
Orangebnrg.
ls an Exclusive Cotton Crop Good Polle; for
any Single Farmer or Planter : n south Carolina.
W. M. SHANNON, Keisbaw.
The Most Economical Method of Wintering
Stock.-mos. G. MOURE, bpartanburg.
ls south Carolina in Greater Need of Labor or
Capital r-J As. McuDTCHEN, Williamsburg.
With Cheap Hands and Inefficient Labor, ls thc
Farmer Better R?mun?r?t<i by Supera, lal or
High Farming ?- R. M. SIMS, York.
The above named gentlemen are eirnestly re?
quested to attend the May Meeting of the society,
and be prepared to open the Discussion with
Essays upon the subjects respectively assigned
them.
By order T. W. WOODWARD, President.
mcn6-r*o D. WYATT AIKEN, secretary.
Warn*.
W" ANTED, A COLORED GIRL TO
Cook and do General Housework. Apply
at No. 422 King street. _apr6-i*
WANTED, A GIRL TO MIND CHIL?
DREN; mast come well recommended.
Apply, Immediately, at No. e Meeting street,
apr?-l _
WANTED, A SERVANT TO COOK
and Wash for two persons. Apply thlR
dav. wi h recommendations. WM. MCKAY, No.
46 Wentworth street. apri l*
WANTED, A GOOD NURSE. WHITE
prefened. wellreommended- Applv at
No. 92 cannon street._a pr 6 jg
WANTrD TO RKNT, TWO ROOMS
on a fl nor, la a oentralpart of the city.
Address Tenant, NB wa Office._api6-l<
IF YOU WANT A GOOD SHIRT, PIQUE
FRONT, for tl 26, go to LANGLEY'S Mann
lactory. No. 161 Klag street._arr5-l?
WANTED, BY A GENTLEMAN AND
bis ?ire, two Rooms for clairvoyant Par
puses, for two or three months. Address -Y,"
NEWS i nice._apr6-l?
p LAZIEBS WANTED AT L H. HALL
VT A CO \s Builder's Emporium Warerooms,
Market street._apr4
PERSONS WHO HAVE CHOICE
PLANTS, Ac,, for sale will And lt to their
advantage to call on Mr. SKERR1TT, the Broad
street Fruiterer, No. 21 Broad street, or No. 339
King strres._apr4-2
WANTED TO RENT, A HOUSE CON?
TAINING 4 or 6 rooms, in a goed location;
rent paid In advance If desired. Address W, at
thia office. apr4 famw4*
WANTED, A COMPETENT WAITING
MAN, with good recommendations. Ap
ply at this office._apr3-thstuth4
COOK WANTED. ONE WHO CAN
give good references can And a place by ap
piying at No. 37 society street._aprg
OFFICE SOUTH CAROLINA LUNATIC
ASYLUM, COLUMBIA. MAROU 16, 1873.
VVANTAD, tiru Irishwomen for cooks at the
Sooth Carolina Lumtlc Asylum, wages, $200
per year. J. F. ENSOR. Superlntendeut.
mean
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS IN ONE
WEEK.- To any shrewd man who cando
tiUMlness on the quiet. I guarantee an immense
fortune, easily, rapidly and lu perfect safety.
Address, In perfect confidence, WM. WARREN,
No. 28 West Fourth street, New York.
dec2l-slyr_
So Sera
AFLEAS ANT LY SITUATED HOUSE
to Rent for six montas, or langer, with or
wimont furniture. It contains six upright and
two attic rooms. The whole, or half of lr, can Le
oin at ned by an approved tenant. Apply at Ne.
?m East Bay._apr6-l?
TO RENT, A SMALL HOUSE, CON?
TAINING four Rooms, in the rear or No. 118
calhoun street. Apply at No. 118. apr6 stnth
FOR RENT, THE BEST BUSINESS
stand In Charleston, No. ;;05 King street,
particularly for Drugs, Clothing, Groceries, Boots
and shoes, or in faut any business. Also, Rooms
from $1 to $3 pur month in au vance; plenty of
ctHieru water. AddresB ARCHER'S BAZAAR,
King street._aprl tnt.hs3?
TO KENT, THE PHOTOGRAPHIC GAL?
LERY, corner King and Liberty streets, for?
merly Known as "Scnifley'a." Also, Back Store
of same Building, ou Liberty street. Apply at
No. 178 Meeting street, one door above George.
mchll-lmo_
TO RENT, THAT LARGE AND COM?
MODIOUS Building. No. 149 East Bay, re
ceut ly occupied as the Publication Office of TUB
N KWH, and formerly known as the French Coffee
House. Fur terms, AC, applv at the Office of
THE NEWS, NO. 19 Broad street. sep28
Clothing at ttJrjolesale.
gPR??ir^^
M. N. ROGERS A CO.,
Manufacturers and Jobbers of
MEN'S YOUTHS' AND B9Y3' CLOTHING,
444 AND 446 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
W. T. BURGE,
(Late Marshall A Burge,)
Charleston, S.e.
We offer to the SOUTERRN TRADE this season a
very LARGE and ATTRACTIVE stock of SPRING
AND SUMMER CLOTHlNG.at prices as low as any
House in the Trade furnishing equal grades of
Quods.
Oar Stock ls manufactured EXCLUSIVELY for
southern states, southern dealera are more cer?
tain to find the Style of our Goods, and a une of
sizes better adapted to their wants, than 1' po>sl
biein a Stock or Clo ?ung manufactured fora
Northern or Western trade.
ORDERS SOLICITED; satisfaction guaranteed;
samples sent on application.
M. N. ROG1ERS A CO.,
feb6-2mo 444 and 446 Broadway, N. Y.
^mnseiaeru?.
A
OADEMY OF MUSIC.
TWO NIGHT3 AND MATINEE.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, APRIL 4 AND 5.
GRAND MATINEE, SATURDAY, APRIL 6,2 P.M.
CAL WAGNER'S MINSTRELS,
J. B. HATBRLY, Manager,
Will have the honor of reappearing before the
citizens of this city, la
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMMES
from our former visit, introducing
MR. CHARLES HEYWOOD,
The wonderful Bnrlesqae Soprano, aa extra at
traction.
ta- Prices as usual. Doors open at 7; com
menc ng at 8. Reserved seats on sale, three dayu
in advance, at the Box Office
D B. BODGES, General Agent.
U. CLAPHAM, Advertising Agent. ap ri-4
^CADEMY OF MUSIC I
PBOFE3SOR CROMWELL IS COMING !
COMMENCING APBIL 10TH, AND DUBING
EASTER WEEK.
sa~ See Programmes and future Ad verse?
ments. apr5-i
CHARLESTON GERMAN SCH?TZEN?
FEST.
ON TBS 2t6T, 22D, 23D, 24TH AND 25TH APRIL, 1878.
PROGRAMME.
The festivities will begin on MONDAY MORNING,
the 21st or April, At 6 o'clock, by a salute of twelve
gnns.
The Riflemen and their invited guests assemble
In Calhoun street, and march through King,
Broad, East Bay, Market and Meeting streets io
the south Carolina Railroad Depot.
Arter the arrival on the grounds, the President
of th? Club, Captain A. Melchers, wUl greet the
visiting and participating Societies, receive their
banners, and Invite all to a banquet.
The amusements dnrlng the U?e days of the
Festival will consist or Pi Ixe Target Shooting for
Gentlemen and Ladles, Dancing, Gymnastics,
Music, Race Running, Balloons, Greased Pole,
Flying Trapezes, Ac, Ac, besides thegreat
PROFESSOR J. HANSEN,
will perform during every day of the Festival.
In hla reata of Legerdemain, Magic, Ac, and have
hla celebrated
PUSOHISELLOBAJ, (PUNCH AND JUDY,)
on the grounds, in which he will perform for the
amusement or the visit >rs.
On FRIDAY AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, the new
King will be crowned and the prizes distributed,
with appropriate remarks by the orator of the
day.
GENERAL BULBS.
1. The members of the Club and their friends
are Invited to participate in the festivities. Catds
of lu vi tai lou may be obtained as follows; F von
San ten, No. 220 Ring street; Melchers A Moller,
uas J. lc Tempie; G. H. Llndstedt, Calhoun and
King M.T eta; F. Heinz, King street, opposite Aun
street; J. H. Thteie, iung and shepherd streets;
A. Heune, King and Line streets; J. H. Docker,
Ring and Columbus streets; J. H. Graver Jt bro.,
King btreet opposite cannon street; D. Apeler,
Meeting and Line streets; C. Lltschgi, East Bay;
E.H. ii telling Queen and East Bay ; Henry Wre
den, Mai lon Corlee House; G. Logemann, King
and Tradd streets; J. M. Martin, No 36 Harket
street; Theodore Heitman, Turee Mlle House; J. J.
Borger, King and Broad streets.
2. No person will be admit ted without produc?
ing their cards of invitation; and no Invitation
Will, nnder any circumstances, be issued at the
gutes of the scbuizenplaiz.
3 Every shareholder and his family has free
admission, but be must obi alu bis family ticket
at Ur. George H. Lind ited t's,
Riflemen and invited aueaui In uniform are not
required to produce their cards of lu vi arion.
The badges delivered at the entiance of the
Dancing Hall are to be kept in sight,
4 Cards of iuvuatlon are to be kept in Fight,
and lt is Hie duty or all Riflemen to endeavor
to have this ru e compiled with by all persons
prest nt.
6. Only members in uniform are admitted to
the Eagle and Target or Honor exercises, such
as have not paraded and desire to take part lu
the Eagle Shooting, pay $6 flue.
6 Neither horses nor vehicles or any descrip?
tion will be admitted to the grounds.
7. Article's round on the grounds mast bs de?
livered at the Secretary's office.
8. complaints and want.- are to be brought be
fore the officers at headquarters.
9. All Riflemen are expected to assist in pre?
set vlng order.
10. A Deput.it Room lor Hats, Cloaks and Rifles,
will be provided.
11. The Prizes will be exhibited on the grounds
dui lng the Festival.
12. The Shooting Roles will be published at the
Shooting stands, and strictly enforced by the
Target Master, Mr. D. Ltlieutbal.
DIRECTORS.
A. MRLCHBRS, 0. LIND&TBDT,
O. I. C G BM ANN, H. B?CK,
H. K LATTE, D. GOBTJEN,
D. LlLIENTHAL, J. SIMONS, J It ,
W. SBMKKN, F. HlINZ,
H. KNBB, Secretary.
AMUSEMENT COMMITTEE.
H. L. PEDEN, U. SCHACHTE,
JOHN l\MME, L. HULLER,
A. LANGER, W.STBNDBR,
B. WOIILXBS, J. A. MICHELL,
L. KLEIN._apis
Sam.
^NNUAL FLORAL EXHIBIT10N~~
OF THE
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH
CAROLINA
Will beheld in this city
DURING THE MONTH OF APRIL.
Time cf opening and location, together wi h
the Premium Lists, will be announced in a future
advertisement. Premiums will be offered for
Green House Planta, House Plants, Ont Flowers,
Early Vegetables, Berries and.Fruits. Any infor?
mai lon can be obtained from either or the un?
designed Committee of Arrangements:
Dr. A. B ROSE, Chairman.
E. L. ROCHE, C. A. CHISOLM,
A. BARRON HOLMES, S. P. RAVENEL.
mch28fstnth86
?Sciai Raffle Numbers.
QFF1CIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS
Of the Charleston Joint Stock Company for the
benefit of the state Orphan Asylum :
CLASS No. 489-FRIDAY MORNING, April 4.
68-ia-03-a0-35-a5-5T-3T-74-71-8-a6
CLASS No. 490-FRIDAY EVENING, April 4.
32-3-60-57-41-1-31-49-77-6-50-58
apr?-l A. MOROSO, sworn Commissioner.
Sinaxicial.
C^?TIZ EN'S SA^1?GS~BAN?^^
CAROLINA.
CHARLESTON BRANOH, No. 8 BROAD STREET.
All MONEY deposited In thia Bank on or before
the FIFTH DAY or each Oalendar Month will bear
Interest (SIX PER CENr.) for that month as if
deposited on the lat Instant.
Depositors are requested to leave their Books
at the Bank in order to have the Regalar Quar?
terly Dividend (doe April lj entered.
Deposito received Daily from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M.,
and on Saturday Evenings.
This Branch ls ander the management of the
following
LOO AX FINANCE COMMITTEE:
LOUIS D. DBSAUSSURE,
CLELAND K. HUGER, F. MELCHERS,
DR. A. B. ROSE, BENJ. F. EVANS,
0. WULBURN, E. N. THURSTON.
Collections promptly attended to, there being
Branches of this Bank at the most prominent
points in this State. D. BAVENEL, JR.,
aprl-5 Cashier.
?irjceries, Ciquore, &t.
H"^AMSrSHO?LDERS, 1TJLTON1??B7
KET BEEP, Ac.
Davis' Diamond, Pineapple, Kentucky, c&mp
IOQ and Harlin A Hood's PIG HAMM, Breakfast
Bacoa Strips, Pig should* ra, Choice Fulton Mar*
k> t Beef, Pickled Beef Tongues. Oregon Salmon,
Fresh and Pickled Mess Mackerel and Bolognas.
Jnst received b r MARTIN * MOOD,
127 aud 129 Meeting street, corner Market.
aprSl_
JIRESH BISCmTS,, .. jj j -
SODA, Milk,' Batter, oysters. Wine and Cora?
il ni BISCUIT?, Lernen and Ginger Snappa, Sonare
Graham Craclera for Dyspeptics, and Albert
Biscuits in Tina ?. .f '
Just received by " MARTIN k MOOD?
127 and 129 Meeting street, corner Market.
aprS l_ .? ? ?: j
J^TORTHERN SEED BICBf
SOO bashelfl Northern SEEDHIi'E. Jost received
and for sale by JAMES H. PRiNGLE A SON,
apr6 2_._Adder's Wharf.
COGNAC BRANDY IN UNITED STATES
Bonded Warehouse.
For sale by_A. TOBI-.8? SPSS.
?J ADIZ SHERRY WINE.
An invoice of Cadiz SHERRY Jost received and
for sale by_A. TOBIAS' SOBS.
pORT WINE FROM LONDON DOCK3.
PORT WINE of Superior quality, imported di
rect, and for sale by_A. TOBIAS^SONS.
CANTON GINGER, TEAS AND HAM?
MOCKS.
An invoice of canton GINGER, choice Idas and
Hammocks Jost received and for sale by..
_A. TOBIAS? SONS.
FRUITS IN JUICE, SARDINES, PATE
DE FOIE GRAS, ANCHOVIES, SWEET
OIL, AO.
A. TOBIAS' SONS have jost received direct from
France an invoice of Fruits in Juice, sard loes.
Anchovies, Pate de File Gras. M cunard. Capers,
Sweet Oil, Asparagus, Green Peat, Mushrooms
and Olives, which they offer for tale._
^D AMAN TINE CANDLES.
loco packages ADAMANTINE CANDLES. For
sale by_A TOBIAS' SONS.
"J^ONDON PORTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS* SONS oder for sale Allsop'* Pele
India Ale and London Porter, bottled by Ed. A
Geo. Bibbert. London.
g O O T C H ALB.
: A. TOBIAS1 SONS offer for sale celebrated Fal?
kirk Ale, from Glasgow.
QHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A 00. offer for sale an invoice of
choice CIGARS, Jost received direct from Havana.
QHOI0E GROCERY SUGARS,
MORDECAI A CO. offer for sale prime to choice
Grocery SUGARS. _BBBffjfltl
gUGARS, MOLASSES AND WINES.
120 hogsheads Good to Choice DEMEBABA SU?
GARS
so puncheons Prime to Choice Dementa Mo?
lasses
ALSO,
129 hogsheads Good to Prime MUSCOVADO SU?
GARS
loo boxes Prime Muscovado Sagan
GO hogsheads New crop Moacovado Moleesot
60 hogsheads Choice New Crop Santa Lucia Mo?
lasses
ALSO,
60 quarter casks RED SPANISH OT CLARET
WI\ES
80 quarter casks Superior Taya wine
36 eluhth casks Superior Rando Wine, (equal to
Sherry.)
Warranted to be or direct importation, and for
sale in lots to snit purchasers bj
W. P HALL,
apra o '_Brown A Co.'s Wharf.
Q.UANAPE GUANO.
Kecelved direct from the Gnanape islands per
ship Florella, and sold m lots of ten- tons, or
more, at $60, gold, per ton of 2240 Ba. etan, bj
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.,
Agents for the Peruvian Government,
Hayne street, Charleston, 8.0.
moh25-tnthslo
JUOUR! FLOUR I FLOUR I
1600 bbli. Soper, Extra and Family FLOUR.
For sale by HERMANN BUL WI N Iv! .E,
spr2 Kerrs wnarl.
^THITELOCK'S VEGETATOR.
- tons WHEELOCK'S VEGETATOR, one Of
the best Fertilizers offered ia thia market. For
sale by HERMANN BULWINKLE,
mchl2_Kerr's Wharf.
g A P O L I Ol
For Hand and House use. For sale at Whole?
sale, by PAUL B. LALANE A CO.,
feb4 No. 176 East Bay, Charleston, S. C*
M
R. D. FITZ GIBBON
Would beg to announce to his Friends and. the
Public generally that he bas REMOVED to the
Large New Store en King street, second "door
above Barns lane, where he will be'pleased"to re?
ceive the continuance or their patronage.
A full and well assorted Stock of GROCERIES,
Canned Goods, dc, always on hand. -Gooda de?
livered Free to any part of the City. janis
^ ILS ONS' G ROC ERY I
WILSONS' GROCERY 11
WILSONS' GROCERY ! 1t
306.KING STREET.........309
DUNDEE MARMALADE
DUNDEE MARMALADE
DUNDEE MARMALADE,
THREE JARS FOR $1
THREE JARS FOB $1
THREE JARS FOB fl
IMPORTED APRICOT JAM
IMPORTED STRAWBERRY JAM
IMPORTED GREEN GAGE JAM
IMPORTED DAMSON JAM
ONLY FORTY CENTS A JAR -
ONLY FORTY CENTS A JAR v
^ ONLY FORTY CENTS A JAR
FRESH MILE CB ACKERS
FRESH GINGER SNAPS
FRESH EGG CRACKERS
FRESH IMITATION ENGLISH CRACKERS
AT WILSONS' GROCERY,
808.KIN G STREET,...........309
MW Ail Goods delivered free I
MW N o Charge for Packing Gooda..
jSlnmr?pal JSotites. -
C^rrY^-REA^URYT^AP?HTirSi^
All Interests due oa Olty Stoc*. on. April 1st,
1873, will be deemed as good In discounting four
per cent, of the owners' taxes, where the balance
is paid In full or all taxes- to thar tnmSfi year,
from the eth to the 12th instant, both inclusive.
During these days such Items of six per cent, in?
terest only can be attended to.
aprl-12 P. J. COOG AN, Treasurer.
dUfllUfl ?ioros
SAM'L W. MELTON, D. H. CHAMBERLAIN,
Attorney-General. Ex-Attorney General.
jy^ELTON 4 CHAMBERLAIN,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
will practice in all the courts of this State, and
in the United States Coarta for the District of
south Carolina., ... . <&B-ry?A.?.
omce-i at Colombia. S. C., tn ene Statehouse,,
and in the carolina National Bank Bunding, (up?
stairs.) Jan?4yr ^

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