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No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
TUESDAY. JANUARY IS, 1870.
XE ifs OF THE HAT.
-Gold closed yesterday at New York at 21$.
-The New York cottou market opened steady
feat closed weak; sales 3S00 bales, at 25?,'c.
-At Liverpool cotton closed firmer, but not
higher; uplands ll&d; Orleans ll??d; sales 15,000
-Fashion has decreed that welding cards shall
-Thc University of Notre Dame, Indiana, has a I
professorship of thc Irisb language.
-Amherst College, Massachusetts, is contem
bating the admission of female students.
-The Washington correspondents say the divi?
sion In the Republican ranks is becoming wider
and more apparent every day, aud thc rebellion
against Sumuer has now acquired a strength, co
aerence and solidity which, under the most rigid
code of public law, fairly entitles it to recognition
as a belligerent power.
-The latest method of curing consumption is
that practiced at an establishment on the banks
of the Rhine called the "grape cure." Patients
lave cxeellcnt quarters, plenty of fresh air, and
every day go into thc gardens, each one carrying
a basket, which is fil.'el under tue watchful eye of
the doctor. Thc patient then retires to apleasant
arbor, and slowly sucks the grapes. A fine orches?
tra enlivens the curing process with excellent
-The New York papers say that at a special ses?
sion of the prominent members of thc 7th street
Methodist church, Horace Cooke, the eloping pas?
tor, was formally expelled from the church. It
ls rumored that his relatives, iu fulfilment of
their assurances, have placed Cooke in an insane
asylum. On thc other haud, thc majority of peo?
ple who have conversed with thc uafortunate
elder since his elopement with Miss Johnston, do
not think he is insane.
-Mr. Whaley, of New Orleans, ha3 perfected
an invention for prope'ling street cars by con
iensed air. Each car will have two cylinders:, r>r
tanks, to contain the compressed air. which ls to
fee used as a motor. These cylinders are on thc
lop of the cars, and are to be charged at thc de
pot by an engine worked with steam. In con
section with these cylinders there is to be an cn
gi&e, for which a special patent has been obtain
ed, to receive thc condensed air and rotate thc
Wheels of the car. On a recent trial, with a pres
sure of ninety pounds to a square inch, one of
these machines carried twenty-eight men three
and a half miles In seven and a half minutes,
taming corners ana stopping with the greatest
-It will be remembered that the President the
ether day vetoed, In a message of Ave Unes, a
pistol patent extension bill passed by Congress.
It was General Grant's first essay In the role
which so distinguished his predecessor, and most
.f the newspapers have had something to say
about "Our President's first veto." The New
Tort Journal of Commerce gives the Executive a
?w?ge of encouragement, and says: "If Con
Kress pass thc bill over his head, he may take a
lint from lt and not court their opposition again
Should they sustain his veto, he may try thc ex?
periment once more, on some statelier game, we
frost, for patent extensions are but 'small deer'
compared to the devouring beasts let loose by
Congress to prey upon the community, and some
.t which a timely shot from the President's con?
stitutional gun might bring down."
-The Indian tribes In the territory, it ls re?
ported, have passed laws requiring thc payment
of toll on all Texas cattle passing through their
.euntry. Thc Cherokees charge ten cents a head,
the Creeks twenty-five cents, and lately the Chick?
asaws have enacted that Hf fy cents a head must
fee paid for all Texas cattle driven through. It is
asserted that there is no way to avoid this toll
without driving much farther west and running
the gauntlet of thc savage Camauches. The In?
dian legislatures seem to have taken lessons from
Bore civilized nations as to thc best methods of
Hiing their treasuries. Thc Indian territory is
not subject to thc provisions of thc constitution,
and its rulers, in fact, hare the right to exclude
white men from their boundaries. This question,
kowever. may prove as troublesome as that of
the railroads, which was the ostensible cause or
the late Indian war.
-A locomotive scared a Massachusetts horse to
?neb an extent that he bolted overboard Into a
pond among thc cakes of Ice. A Boston philan?
thropist passing that way. strove to extilcate
tfee reckless beast and tumbled tn himself; several
Bystanders formed a line stretching to the brink
e-Tfne fee. effected a connection with the strug?
gling youth and undertook to drag him out, but
Ms weight proved too much for their aggregate
fttatlon, and the whole party slid off and disap?
peared beneath the flowing wave. The horse, at
this period of the melee, put his foot in the pocket
af the benevolent Bostonian, completely carrying
away thc receptacle, and adding to the conster?
nation which ruled the scene. As soon as the
./standers could control themselves, they formed
a longer and stronger linc, and the entire party
was safely rescued, the horse silently and com
. posedly bringing up the rear.
-A bill hus recently been introduced in the
United States House of Representatives to estab
t&h at New York city a Board of Port Wardens,
whose duty lt shall bc to settle all disputes aris?
ing from damages to carg*cs, and all questions
as to the unseaworthiness of vessels. The board,
.coneo? Its members, is authorized to examine
Into the condition and storage of cargo, and to
ascertain the canses of damage. The members
.Taite board are also created exclusive survey?
ors of vessels that have suffered wreck, and are
made judges of the necessary repairs to render
.fee vessel seaworthy. The sales of vessels con?
demned and damaged materials and goods are
to be conducted under the supervision of the
.card. The sixth section of the proposed law
Imposes heavy peualtlcs on any unauthorized
persons performing the duties or marine sur
leyors, as set forth in the act. The members or
tfee board are to be appointed by the Secretari?
at* t*ia Treasury.
-Senator Sumner has a fine piece of work he
?rro?im in Alaska to eradicate thc ' barbarism of
slatery" existing there. The Sitka Territory
Times explains thc system, and horrible enough
tt te. Slaves can bc bought from any tribe, parents
?sell their children Tor three orrour blankets or Tor
s rew dollars, prisoners-of-war arc made slaves, I '
and when a cider dies lt is the custom to kill one ! 0
.r more or these slaves so that the chler may have
serrants in- the otherworld to wait upon hire.
General Davis rescued one fine young rellow who
fead been tied up ror two days awaiting sacrifice,
tn case of an old Sltka thief's death.. An?
alaer i her, supposing lils child about to die, |
importuned tho general for a half-breed named
Evanoirto sacrifice him to serve as an attendant
to the child after death; Evauoff was In great
danger, until his wife ran to the Russian bishop,
and the bishop ran for the general, and thc gene?
ral gave thc Indians who clamored for their hu?
man prey a lively talking to and dispersed them.
Thc mauuer of sacritlce is to make the slave wash
the corpse of the chief; he la then thrown on Ids
back, a stick or wood put across his throat, and
two Indians sit on each end of it. The body ls
then bumed and a menial ' beyond the lomb"
-Middy Morgan, the cattle market reporter or
the Sew York Times, ls said to be a soundly prac*
tical maiden, add determinedly prosaic; she rev?
els in sheep and cows, has a penchant for pigs,
aud adores horses: has had about thirty-eight
years of experience in this vale of tears; has
broad, substantial shoulders; her ankles arc not
fairy-like, and she ambles along on a sole of pro?
digious generosity. Miss Morgan's history proves
a notable exception to the rose-lear commonality
or women. lier rasher was a cattle-dealer, and
rrom her babyhood taught her to love and handle
Tearlessly the animals he delighted in. She
learned to tell at a glance the finest poin's of live?
stock, and to doctor bovine and equine ailments
with the utmost skill. With all this, she became
Srproflcicut in French and Italian and a terse and
rapid writer. A few years ago. after her father's
death, she travelled in Italy with an invalid sis?
ter, and an eye to her pct passion-the horse.
While there she met Prince I'oniatowsky. also an
ardent admirer of that animal. He mentioned
her zoological accomplishments to Victor Eman?
uel, and thc consequence was Miss Middy was
deputed by his Majesty to purchase a hundred or
so of fine horses. She, in course of time, came to
this couutry and was engaged a3 cattle market
reporter on thc Times, and goes her rounds in
search of items with a pleasant grace, marching
into the cattle-pens in her patched gown, her Im?
mense curls, and her masculine hat, her long
cloak flopping about her, and resting her paper
against thc fence she draws out her pencil and
the cattle-dealer. ,
The debates in the Senate on tho subject
of tlie restoration of the State of Virginia
?how au ignorance or a wanton violation of
the first principles of political liberty. They
show how extremes meet. Sumuer & Co.,
the war horses of freedom, claim the right
to trample down everybody, every institu?
tion, every organized government, even,
which stund3 in their way. With them,. lib?
erty is license-thc power to do as you please
and to pre.. . our neighbor from following
None have contended more fiercely than
these meagre statesmen that man has the
right of self-government. The principle
may be disputed; indeed, most of the nations
of .the eartli reject it. But ouce ncceptcd,
it carries with it consequences which Con?
gress is bound to respect. Now what docs
it mean? Certainly not that Senator Sum?
ner and Senator Drake can repress and op?
press and reconstruct other people, accord?
ing to their own sweet will.
The right of self-government belongs, first
of all, to States. No man can be a frecm tn
whose country is enslaved. Hence thc pri?
mary idea of liberty, among thc ancients,
was the right of a State, whatever its form
of government, to manage its own affairs in
its own way. In accordance with this idea,
the term republic was u3ed for an indepen?
dent state, of whatever sort. The republics
3f Italy were principalities; the republics of
the Uuited Provinces were a sort of mixed
monarchy; and the republic of Poland was
simply a monarchy-as Lord Brougham
shows in the third part of hi3 great work on
Political Philosophy. The principle con?
temns the Republican leaders of Congress
)f the most contemptible insincerity and in?
consistency, in their dealings with the
Southern States. They have destroyed the
?utonomy of these States, and that upon the
pretext that it was not a republican form of
government They have forced upon them
social revolution and constitutional (?)
imendmcnts at the point of the bayonet;
they have imposed conditions to the enjoy?
ment of public right, a pledge which they
Ffautonly violated in the case of Georgia,
md uo*they claim "the right to force a
"constitution upon the State of Virginia."
This may be policy, as Senator Morton niain
ains, but it is Republicanism with a ven?
Thc State.? now in power will bc dangcr
)U3ly misled if they force their senators,
'by a storm of Indignation," to commit any
urtber outrage upon the liberties of tho
)ther State3. Too many of these precedents
ire already upon lite statute books. What
lolitical liberty will remain in any of the
'tates, if State constitutions can be abro?
gated or prescribed, at will, by a casual
najority in thc general Congress. The war
lecided that a State of thc Union has no
ongcr thc right of self-protection by an
ippeal to arms. Now let Congress decide
hat a State bas no longer the right of self
ontrol, of managing its own concerns by
he free suffrages of its citizens, and there
emains no longer in any State, whether at
he North or at the South, a vestige of pub?
ic liberty. When legislation is conducted
tpon this principle, New York is not a whit
nore secure than Virginia,
Two versions of the circumstances attend -
ng the^ fatal affray between M. Noir and
'rince Pierre Bouaparte are before the public ;
mc coming from the Prince himself, and the
ither from M. de Fouvelles, who accompa
licd M. Noir, was with him when he was
;illed, and was in turn fired at by thc iras
:ible Prince. The statement made by Prince
Jouaparte is, in one most essential particu
ar, thc extreme opposite of the statement
nade by M. dc Fouvelles. Prince Pierre is
?presented to have said that M. Noir slapped
lim iu the face before be fired the fatal shot.
J. de Fouvelles declares that the Prince
itruck M. Noir and followed up the1 outrage
At the first glance it would seem most
irobable, or least improbable, that Prince
Napoleon, grossly insulted by M. Noir, upon
he impulse of thc moment drew his pistol
ind fired. But thc testimony of M. dc Fou
.elles disposes of this theory,'7and it is not
varranted by thc previous life of the Trince, !
vhich appears to have been full of Quixotic
eats and rash adventure. M. Noir may
lave put his band upon a pistol, and may
?five used sharp and provoking language,
.ut, giving the Prince the benefit of the
loubt, his act must still be regarded as that
if a desperado. The proceedings of the
ourt which takes cognizance of tho crime
rill probably elicit the truth from the maze
f conflicting evidence; but nothing less j
lian a prompt and severe punishment will .
atlsfy UM French people, who apotheosize I
L. Noir as a citizen murdered by an aristo- j
rat. and transfer to bis new-made grave thc
irria affection which a few months ago was
Republican Statesmanship. ^
Thr French. Duel.
lavished upon dead Deputy Baudin. La
Marseillaise, as strong in its name and the
memories which it invokes, as in the bitter,
biting words which fill its page, is urging
thc people forward and demanding ven?
geance upon the assassin Napoleon. In thc
Chambers ?.?. de I?ochcfort cries aloud for
And it is this M. de Rochefort who is thc
representative of thc deep-rooUd opposition
to thc Napoleonic dynasty which does un?
doubtedly exist. Thc publication of La
Zwwii'jv?!*Ynarked a new era in the history
of France. AU Paris and thc great cities
eagerly devoured its stinging words, some?
times veiled and covert, at others open and
undisguised, always ridiculing, always slan?
dering, always snapping and snarling, al?
ways jeering at all that bore the name of
Bonaparte. Thc mailed hand closed, but
the wasp had escaped. When the elections
came on, M. de Rochefort . was returned to
the Corps L?gislatif. Crossing the frontier,
he was arrested, but being released by the
Emperor, was allowed to go to Paris and
take bis scat in thc Chambers. Aggrieved
and wounded that he was not imprisoned or
guillotined, the notorious journalist entered
the arena of politics, seeking his revenge.
As a politician lie failed miserably. He
could measure out columns of cutting sar?
casm, but thc gift of oratory was not his.
Tflcn came the publication of his new paper,
La Marseillaise, which, more daring than
its predecessor, deuounces the Bonapartes
a3 assassins, and asks the French people
whether they have not had enough of these
e" M. de Eochefort is, we trust, sincere in his
love of liberty, and in his oft-repeated de?
mand for a free representative government;
hut lie will not figure bravely in the chroni?
cles of the time. In him there is nothing
broad, nothing massive, nothing leonesque.
His words are steeped in gall, and therein
lies their power. They are not pure words,
they are not noble words, they are not the
expressions of lofty, elevated thought. They
are malice and bitterness and spite. Voila
tout! And unbridled liberty has been en?
joyed by the editor of La Mzr*eiilaisc, what?
ever may be the oppressions of his country?
men. Without punishment and without risk,
he has insulted again and again every mem?
ber of the Imperial family. None have been
too high for his shafts; nor ha3 he hesitated
to pander to the passions of the lowest.
For kindness and forbearance he gave back
hate and scorn. With him freedom was li?
cense, bloodshed and revolution. "Whatever
his sincerity, whatever his fate, M. de Roche
fort will never occupy even the smallest
niche in the temple of constitutional liberty.
Whence comes his power?-for power he
has. In his own person M. de Rochefort
unitos, for the time, every element of oppo?
sition to thc reigning dynasty. Bourbon,
Orleans and Red Republican look lo him ;
when men regret the coup d'?tat, they turn
to him; when they speak of thc miserable
Mexican expedition, of the war in Italy, of
the checkmating diplomacy of Prussia, they
flee to him ; when they think of the waning
prestige of thc Empire and o? the declining
vigor and power of the Emperor, it is M. de
Rochefort who gives their thoughts expres?
sion. But lie i3 not worthy to be the mouth?
piece of a nation. Without largeness of
comprehension, devoid of statesmanship, a
poor debater-he is an accident and will not
endure. This incendiary agitator is not the
leader whom France would follow for long.
When the French people offer up their sac?
rifice on the altar of constitutional liberty,
the editor of La Marseillaise will not stand
in the light of the nickering fire. Better is
it for France, a thousand times, to bc gov?
erned by the giant Napoleon than by the
pigmy Rochefort !
France will one day bc free; but the slave?
ry of the despot is safer and moro trustwor?
thy than the freedom of the mob!
A Library and Heading Room.
We have long felt the want of a reading
room in this city, where the white tradesmen
might read thc papers and magazines, dis?
cuss thc important questions of the day,
and be addressed, from limo to time, by ac?
complished speakers upon social, political
and economical questions. The tradesmen
of Charleston are a power, and they know
it, but we believe that they honestly wish to
live in harmony with all classes of citizens.
Above all, they are anxious to improve their
kuowledge wherever it may be deficient, und
to have the means of directing aright the
education of their families. The first step is
by means of such a reading room as that of
which we have spoken, and an address upon
the subject is printed in another column
Tim endeavor to establish a public library,
reading room and evening school is a most
laudable one, and we hope that the pro?
moters will meet with a hearty and generous
Gabbles aub fjarnees.
g A D D L E R Y, ?fcc.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
SADDLERY, SADDLERY HARDWARE.
Carriage Materials, Leather, Ac.
Attention In called to our extensive Stock,
which wc offer on reasonable terms. Also, to a
Urge Stock-of Second-hand Army (.McClellan)
SADDLES. Uniera promptly attended to.
Agents for the celebrated American Double
acting, Non-freezing KO lt CK AND SUCTION
PUMPS, especially valuable fi>r extinguishing
ares, washing wagons, watering gardens, bring?
ing water from great depths with comparative
ease. RICE PLANTERS ?rill Blltl these Humps
valuable for Ditch-draining and Irrigating. Testi?
JENNINGS, THOML1SSON & CO.,
Nu. lot) Meeting street,
jan4 imo Opposite Charleston Hotel
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS AND
HOARD at Mrs. MILLER'S, No. 6 Hudson
PRIVATE BOARDING.-PERSONS CAN
be accommodated with first-class Hoard on
reasonable terms at Mrs. FRAZER'S, No. 4 Hud?
son street, ouc door from the coruer of Meeting
?trect. jan6 thsttis
fytrbtrjarc, (?ntlcrn, Sit.
STOCK OF HARDWARE,
DY ORDER OK TUE ORDINAKV,
Thc STOCK OF HARDWARE belonging to th"
Estate of llfF. Strohccker will bc sold without
regard to oust for cash.
Tlie stock consists of a general assortment of
Hardware and Furnishing floods, and alfords
lousekeepers and ol hers ?in opportunity nf supply
ng their wants at prices which will defy oom
Tuc Goods will be open Tor exhibition and sale
his dur. intli January, at No. 61 Uascl street.
janl3 thftutbi '
WANTS OF ALL KINDS CAN BE
made known to everybody In this column
at the rate or 25 xcnts for twenty words or less,
each Insertion, lr paid in advance.
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO DO
chamber work and sew, also one accus?
tomed to '.he duties or a dining room and parlor
servant. Apply at thia ofllce._janis 2
TT7*f50D ! WOOD ! WOOD !-2000 COEDS
VV PINK WOOD arc wanted, to he delivered
at auy of the landings on Ashley River. Apply at
No. lil Meeting street, up-stalrs. janis wfmS
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, TWENTY
good FARM HANDS, for whom high wages
and good rations will be given, and wages paya?
ble monthly. Apply to JOSEPH H. OPPENHEIM*
No. 43-' King, corner or Hudson street.
WANTED, A WHITE NURSE TO GO
in the country. Apply at No. 3, Waverly
House. jania 3*
WANTED, A LAD OF ABOUT FIF?
TEEN, to do oftlce work. One who ls dis?
posed to make himself useful, may find a situa?
tion by addressing, with references, Box 4S5,
Charleston, S. C. janl7
TURPENTINE HANDS.-I WISH TO
employ 30 good Turpentine Hands for thc
balance of this year. $20 per month and a Ka?
tion. Any time during two months will do to
come to Georgetown, S. C. . A. MORGAN,
TT/"ANTED, A YOUNG BOY FROM FIF
V T TERN to twenty years or agc, who under?
stands attending Uar. Apply at this ofllce.
TTJANTED, A COMPETENT HOUSE
VV SERVANT, (Female prercrred.) that ls
willing to make herself generally useful. Also a
Washerwoman. None need apply unless well re?
commended. Apply at No. 39 Montague street,
WANTED, A HOUSE, NEAR THE
central part of the city, containing five or
six rooms, with good outbuildings and water.
Address J), at this Oitlcc. sept's
WANTED, A SITUATION AS SUPER?
INTENDENT on a Rice Plantation by a one
armed man, who has seven years' experience in
Klee culture, and good recommendations from his
ronner employers. Please address W. B. IV.
Charleston. S. C. dec2
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE TO
sell the American KNITTING MACHINE,
thc univ practical Famllv Knitting Machine ever
Invented. Price $25. \Vill knit 20,000 stitches
ncr minute. Address American Knitting Machine
Company, Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo.
TT7"ANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
>> that JOB PRINTING or all kinds, plain
and ornamental, ls executed promptly in the
nearest style and at the lowest New York prices,
at THE NEWS Job Ofllce. No. 140 EAST BAY. Call
ami examine the scale or prices berore giving your
WANTED, AGENTS.-TWO HUNDRED
and Firty Dollars per month, to sell the
only Genuine Improved Common Sense Family
SEWING MACHINE Price only $18. Orcnt In?
ducements to Agents.* This ls the most popular
Sewing Machine or thc day-makes thc ramous
"Elastic Lock Stitch"-will do any kind or work
that can bc done on any machine. One hundred
thousand sold and the demand constantly in?
creasing. Now is thc time to take an agency.
Send for Circulars, ay Beware of lnrringcrs.-S?
Address SECOMB A CO., Boston, Mass.; Pitts?
burg, Pa., or St. Louis, Mo. oct20 3mos
HOUSES, FARMS, STORES, ROOMS,
Ac, now vacant, can readily be rented hy
advertising them in this column. The rate ls 2-i
cents for twenty words or less, each insertion, if
paid tn advance.
TO RENT, A PLANTATION NEAR THE
Six Mile House, containing about 200 acres,
eligibly located between State Hoad and Cooper
River. For terms, apply to J. N. NA'i HANS, At?
torney at Law, Broad street. JanT ftu'J
WO VERY PLEASANT SOUTH ROOMS
to Rent. Inquire at this ofllce. janl? 2"
mo RENT. ON REASONABLE TERMS,
X that desirable and well-appointed residence
No. CG Klug street, with large yard and garden,
and all necessary outbuildings. Apply to WEST
A JONES. No. 76 East Bay._Jania 0
HALLS TO BENT.-THE SPLENDID
HALLS lu thc Academy of Music are now
icady to be Rented to parties who may require
Diem for Fairs, Halls, Anniversaries, Dinners and
Celebrations, Public Meetings and Private Theatri?
cals. Thc public interested arc respectfully in?
vited to view the premises. Terms very mode?
rate. Apply to JULIUS L. MOSES, Agent, No. 34
Bread street. janioimo
REAL ESTATE OR PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY of any kind may be advertised ror
sale in this column, at the rate or 25 cents ror
rwenty words or less, each insertion, ir paid la
FOR SALE, A HANDSOME TURNOUT,
consisting of a young MAKE, Buggy, Har?
ness, Ac; sold only bccaime thc owner has no
time to use it. Apply at this ofllce. Janis 1
C1II?1CE HORSES AND MULES.-A
I choice lot of FORTY FIVK HEAD OF WORK
HORSES AND M ULKS, selected expressly for this
market, will be received at the Mills House Sta?
bles, Chalmers street, on Wednesday morning,
the 19Mi instant, when they will be offered fur sale.
KENTUCKY MULES! KENTUCKY
MULES! AT THE MILLS HOUSE STABLE.
Just arrived, a car load of medium sized yoting
broke MULES, at moderate prices ror cush or city
ci C|i|:uice. Apply to K. OAK MAN. tlecM (i
FOR SALE, A FINE DWELLING IN
theccntre or the city and convenient to busi?
ness, with six large square rooms und three dress?
ing rooms, and outbuildings necessary, in flue
order Inquire nt thia ornee. rt ecg
rpOR SALE, AN EXCELLENT VARIE
JL TY ot UPLAND COTTON SEED. Delivered
at the Sont ii Carolina Railroad, In bags of two
oiishcls. $1 60 per bushel Tor lour bushels or less,
?l ii per bushel ror six bushels or more. Apply
io GEORGE E. WU A LEY, St. Matthew's P. O.,
Oraiigebrjrg County, g. C._decs 2mos
PRINTING PRESS FOR SALE AT A
GREAT BARGAIN.-One small CyllnderTAY
I.UK TRESS in complete repair. It has been bm
httle used, and is sold simply because thc present
.wncr hasno usc ror it. Thc size or thc bed of
rhe Tress is forty-fonr by Arty-eight Inches. Said
Press will be sold at a great bargain ir applied for
ut once, as the room it occupies is wanted for
.Hier purposes. Addrcsss Box No. 3795 New York
_ Cost _ QUO ironnb.
LOST AND FOUND AGAIN.-IF YOU
have lost anything, make it known to the
public through this column. The rate for twenty
?'orri* or less, each insertion, is 25 cents, if paid
LOST, IN THE STRKET CARS ON
yesterday, a pair or Boy's BOOTS. Thc
tinder will please leave thc same at the olllee of
TICK DAILY NKWS. A reward will bc given if rc
T OST, A WHITE AND LIVER-COLORED
J.J BETTER BITCH, about three years obi. A
reward will be paid for its recovery. Apply at
thUoiMce. jaiii7 2*
COPA RTNERSUIP NOTICE.-CHARLES
K. HATES is admitted a: partner in our
linn from Hite date. EDWIN BATHS A CO.
Charleston, S. C, Januaiy 1, 1S70. janl 15 *
Dissolutions of (?iiuartncrsljip.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
The Copartnership heretofore existing be?
tween AUKENS A BINJES, at Moreland's Wharf,
South Dav. has this day been dissolved by mutual
cotisent-ll. AUKENS assuming all responslbll
ties. ll. AU RENS,
janis S* F. BINJES.
MR. BASIL M. HERIOT HAS WITH?
DRAWN from the linn of WM. B. HERIOT
A CU. since the 3ist December last. Thc under?
signed will continue thc INSURANCE AGENCY
Business as usual, at No. 54 Broad street, under
the old Arm of WM. U. UEKIOT A CO.
[Signed] WM. B. HERIOT A CO.
He will also continue thc NOTARIAL Business,
and thc adjustment or Fire and Marine Losses, as
heretofore. jania thstu3
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
SALE? OF REAL ESTATK. STOCKS. BONDS,
SECURITIES AND PERSONAL PRO
I'ERTY ATTENDED TO.
No. 27 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
RBFRKEXCES.-lIon. nENRY BUIST, W. J. MA
ORATH. Esq., General JAMES CONNER, T. R
WARING. Esq. OCM
UNION CHAPTER, No. 3, R. A M.
The Regular Monthly Convocation of this
Chapter will be held at Masonic Hall,ffms EVE?
KING, at 7 o'clock precisely. Candidates for the
first two Degrees will bc punctual.
By order M. E. H. P.
janis \V. W. SIMONS. Secretary.
IO. 0. F.-R. W. GRAND ENCAMP
. MENT S. C.-The Annual Communication
of this Encampment will be held Tuts EVE?
NING, lSth instant, at 7 o'clock.
Election of Oillcers will take place for the ensu?
By order of the G. C. P. J. E. MEYER,
janis Grand Scribe.
PHONIX. FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
Attend the Anniversary Meeting of your
Company THIS EVENING, at half-past 7 o'clock.
Dy order. WALTER WILLMAN,
j nu li Secretary?
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER
COMPANY, No. 2.-Attend an Extra Meet?
ing of your Company, at thc Hall, Wentworth
street, THIS (Tuesday) EVENIKG, at half-past 7
o'clock. A full attendance is requested,
janis JAME? MOORE, Secretary.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER
COMPANY, No. l.-Members are requested
to attend a Special Meeting, THIS EVENING, at 8
o'clock. A. B. JARVIS,
AMEETING OF THE WHITE JOUR?
NEYMEN BOILERMAKERS and PAINTERS
of the Work logmen's Union, No. 1, will be held
THIS EVENING, the istli Instant, at Picket Guard?
house, King street, at half-past 7 o'clock.
Bv order of your Executives.
W. F. DUNLAP,
IO. 0. F.-R. W. GRAND LODGE OF
. SOUTH CAROLINA.-Thc Annual Commu,
nication of this It. W. Grand Lodge will be held
on WEDNESDAY, l or II instant, at Odd Fellow's
Hali, commencing ut 9 A. M. Thc oiilcers ana
member.' arc request eil ro attend.
By order of thc M. W. G. M.
JNO. H. HONOUR, Jr.., M. D.,
Janl7 3 Grand Secretary.
ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTH ANNI?
VERSARY OF THE GERMAN FRIENDLY
SOCIETY.-The one hundred and roweth Anniver?
sary of the German Friendly Society will be cele?
brated on WEDNESDAY next, 19th lnstaut, at
The members will assemble at the hall at 12
o'clock, M., for thc transaction or thc usual busi?
A poll for the election of officers for thc ensuing
year will be heh! from l o'clock to 3 P. IL
Dinner will be served at. thc hall at S o'clock,
P. M. JOHN A. BL?M.
Northeastern Railroad First Mortgage BONDS
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad First Mortgage
South Carolina 6 per cent. BONDS (short dates)
Bank of Charleston Stock
.'lantcrs' and Mechanics' Bank Stock.
By II. II. DELEON,
jnnlS l No. 24 Broad street.
jp 0 R SALE.
City Raliway Stock,
Old Bank Stock,
By A. C. KAUFMAN
j un i 7 2 Broker. No. 2.? Hroad street.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad BONDS
City of Columbia Bonds (past due.)
City or Columbia Coupons (past due.)
Bank State South Carolina Dills (old and new.)
Bank of South Carolina Bills. By
A. C. KAUFMAN,
janl7 2 Broker, No. 25 Broad street.
Notices in jBimkniptcn.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
JL UNITED STATES, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA_
Janunry Term, 1S70.-In thc matter or ISAAC
S. TUUK.ER, of Charleston County, Bankrupt.
Petition lor full und tlnal Discharge in Bank?
ruptcy.-Ordered, that a hearing be had on the
eighteenth day or February, A. D. 1870, at Fede?
ral Courthouse in Charleston, S. C.; and that all
Creditors, Ac. of said Bankrupt appear at said
time and place, and show cause, If any they can,
why thc prayer of tho petitioner should not be
granted. And that thc second and third meeting
of creditors of said Bankrupt will be held at the
oince of J. C. CARPENTER, Esq., Registrar of
First and Second Congressional, Districts, S. C.,
on tlic sixteenth dav of February, A. D. 1370, at
Bv order of the Court, the 17th day of January,
A. D. 187U. DANIEL HORLBECK,
Clerk of the District Court of thc U. S. for S. C.
Janis tu j
?Hil?ncvrj, Saner) -?oobs, S?z.
"qi A L L OPENING
OF MILLINERY GOODS,
AT MRS. M. J. ZERNOW'S, No. 304 KING ST.
Having just returned from New York, would re?
spectfully call the attention of the Ladies to a
large and handsome assortment of MILLINERY
GOODS, including Dress Trimmings and Paper
Patterns. Cloaks on hand and made to order.
Dressmaking attended to as usual. Country
orders solicited and promptly Ailed.
od 14 3 tuthsSmos
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
FINE MATERIALS IS NOW OPEXEL
Which will be made In the
BEST MANNER AND LATEST STYLES.
FOR FALL AND WINTER.
All Orders promptly filled.
M. J. BOOTH,
No. 429 King street.
oct 18 5 tuthsOmoB
(?lotl)in?j nub -furnishing ?oobs.
TI/THN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
FISK, CLARK cfc FLAGG,
No. 58 WHITE STREET, NEW YORK,
will be ready February 1st with New Spring
Styles, In their specialties, viz:
"PATENT PANTALOON DRAWERS"
"TRUE FIT SHIRTS'!
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR
LA PO UTE'S PARIS KID GLOVES,
In all sizes and colors, for ladies and gentlemen
one or the largest stocks tn America.
Will also bc landing, their Spring importation ?r
GAUZE, COTTON AND LISLE THREAD SHIRTS
AND HALF HOSE,
Which they will sell at GOLD VALUE,
E 0 ll G E LITTLE & CO
MENS' A BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHING
No. 213 King street,
NEXT DOOR TO THE VICTORIA IIOTKL.
Will offer to the citizens or Charleston and the
public generally, their entire STOCK OF GOODS
ror Die next tlilriy days, AT COST. Everything
to bc sold on thc One-Price System, from whick
there will be no deviation. Those In need of any
thing in our line, will please give us a call, and we
will convince them that we are selling Clothing
cheaper than any other establishment In this city.
COLLECTOR AND REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 26 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
Will attend to the RENTING OF HOUSES, Col?
lodion of Rents, Accounts, Ac
Refers to Messrs. Gourdin, Matthlessen k Co.,
J. C. Cochran, Esq., Dr. T. L. Ogicr A Son. Messrs.
Pelzer, Rodgers A Co., Thomas R. Waring, Esq.,
Messrs. W. B. Williams A Son.
^CADEMY OF MUSIC
Engagement, for /Ive nights only, of
Thc Eminent Shakespearian Scholar
MR. JAMES H. HACKETT.
Who has just concluded
A notable successful engagement at BOOTH'S
Theatre, New York.
Mr. HACKETT will appear as
GLORIOUS FAT JACK!
The most unctlous comic creation of Shakespeare.
WEDNESDDAY EVENING, January 13, 1870,
When will be presented Shakespeare's Great His?
torical Play, in Five Acts, entitled,
The First Part of
KING HENRY IV,
Including the Battle of Shrewsbury,
. AND DEATH OF HOTSPUR.
The action of this Play commences at an Inter
foresting period of English History. Henry IV,
declining into thc vale of years, broken with sick?
ness, agitated with remorse, resolves to expiate
tko murder of his sovereign, Richard ll, by a cru?
sade to tho Holy Land. From this resolutlofThc
ls, however, diverted by the sudden incursion of
the Welch, under Owen Glendower, and the re?
volt of some of his principal nobility, particularly
the powerful house of Northumberland, at the
head of which ls Harry Percy, thc renowned Hot?
spur. From these events flse all the tragic in?
cidents Of the Urama; while to "the nimble-footed,
madcap Prince of Wales," we are Indebted for an
introduction to those Joyous 'companions of the
Boar's Head-those "Minions of the Moon,"
Poins, Peto Gadshill, Bardolph, and Falstaff.
Sir John Falstaff....MR. HACKETT.
THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR,
And MONS MALLET. Janl8
T. CECILIA SOCIETY
A Ball will be given at the South Carolina Hall,
Meeting street, THIS EVENINO, January 18.
T. PINCKNEY LOWNDES,
janis 1 Secretary and Treasurer.
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, JANU?
ARY 17TU, 18TU AND 19TH.
THE HANLONS IN THE SHADE.
The great Female Flying Trapeze,
LIL A AND ZOE
From tho Cirque de Imp?ratrice, Paris.
Comprising the following first-class artists:
MLLES. ZlLA AND ZOE,
Who stand unrivalled and alone as the
Two QUEENS OF TUE AIR !
TnE QUEEN OF BEAUTY I
Mons. CODONA, the Clown, Acrobat and Pan?
Mons. DBLAVE, 'the great Ascenslo-ist and
Sig. MARTINEZ, the Fire Juggler and Impa
Mons. DELBRA, the Boneless Man.
YOUNG AMERICA, the Hoy Wonder.
And a host of others too numerous to mention.
NEW AND STARTLING FEATS EVERY EVEN?
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to com?
mence at 8 precisely. jan 12 7
IF YOU WANT THE CELEBRATED
CARTER'S WRITING and COPYING INK
combined, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite CharUston Hotel,
Charleston. S. C._dev14 6mos
TO THE WORKING CLASS.-WE ARE
now prepared to furnish all classes with
constant employment at home, the whole of thc
time, or for the spare moments. Business new,
light and profitable. Persons of either sex easily
earn from 50 cents to $5 per evening, and a pro?
portional sum by devoting their whole lime to the
business. Boys and girls earn nearly as much as
men. That all who see this notice may send their
address, and test thc business, wc make this un?
paralleled offer : To such as arc not well satisfied,
we will send $1 to pay for the trouble of writing.
Full particulars, a valuable sample, which will do
to commence work on, and a copy of "The Peo?
ple's Literary Companion"-one of the largest
and best family newspapers published -all sent
free hy mall. Reader, If you want permanent,
profitable work, address E. C. ALLEN A CO.,
Augusta. Maine._Janl7 3mosp<tc
IF YOU WANT LITHOGRAPH CHECK
BOOKS, or Lithographing done In fine style,
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, S. C._ dccl4 6moB
FIFTY CENTS A REAM
HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
IF YOU WANT NOTE, LETTER AND
CAP PAPERS and ENVELOPES, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel
Charleston, S. C. ilccl4 Cmos
rpo DRESSMAKERS AND OTHERS.
GOFFERING done at the shortest notice, at No.
22 Pitt street, between Wentworth and Montague.
TF YOU WANT BLANK BOOKS MADE
JL TO ORDER, and of the best material, to any
pattern, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. S. C._decl4 timos
IF YOU WANT PAPER BAGS, FLOUR
SACKS, and Uags 01' every description, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston notel,
Charleston, S. C. decl4 6mos
The place to buy
Is where you have a choice of styles of different
I have the best single and double-thread Ma?
chines now before the public.
THE WILLCOX A CIBBS'
"WEED" F. F. LOCK-STITCH
Are the simplest and most reliable Machines
made. Every Muchine ls warranted to give satis?
faction, or lt wilt be exchanged Tor other kinds.
All kinds o? Sewing neatly and promptly done.
Orders taken for all first class Sewing or Knitting
Machines, Needles, Oil, Thread, Silk, Ac.
REPAIRING as usual.
D. B. HASELTON,
mayl sfuhiy_No. 307 King street.
J^XPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, PARIS,
WHEELER A WILSON.
TH.E GOLD MEDAL.
LOCK-STITCH, SEWING AND BUTTON-HQLi
The only Gold Medal.
dec24 Eighty-two Competitors.
Neujspaucrs, iUnganncs, #c.
ROUND THE WORLD.
THE NEW YORK OBSERVER,
? The Large Double Weekly
Sound and Good.
Try lt. lt will be Mouey well Spent.
$3 50 per Annum.
43-Sample Copies Free.
SIDNEY E. MORSE, Ja., A CO.,
No. 37 Park Row,
dec3l imo New York.
?roceries, ?Lionors, &t.
HORSFORD'S SELF-RAISING BREAD PRE?
PARATION, a cheap and excellent substitute for
Yeast Powders. Warranted free from all inju?
rions properties. Put up in \ pound packages.
A supply just received at the
CO OPERATIVE GROCERY,
Southwest Corner Meeting and Market Streets,
HAMS, SIDES, SHOULDERS, MOLAS?
SES, Ac, 4c.
5 tierces of the favorite brand. Washington
15 hlnls. Choice C. R. Sides
10 lihds. Choice Shoulders
10 boxes Choice Sugar-cured Stifps
B 10 boxes Choice Sugar-cured Bellies
lo boxes Choice Dry Salted Bellies
20 boxes Choice Dry Salted Clear Sides
400 Extra Sugar-cured Smoked Tongues *
20 bbls. Choice New Orleans molasses
25 bbls. Choice Sugarhouse Syrup
200 boxes Scaled Herrings
OOO reams Wrapping Paper, assorted sizes.
Landing and In store, and for sale low by
Janl7 2 LADREY A ALEXANDER.
.J^EW CROP MOLASSES AND SUGAR.
loo hlids. Superior New Crop Clayed MOLASSES
150 barrpls Superior New Crop Clayed Molasses
100 h lids. Good Grocery Muscovado Sugar
50 boxea.Good Grocery Muscovado Sugar. -
To arrive per brig Castllllan from Matanzas,
and for sale by W. FgHALL, c
dec30 thstuio_Brown A ?o.'s Wharf.
J^AflS' "DIAMOND" HAMS.
"BEARGRASS" HAMS V
Sugar-cured Pig Hams
Choice Breakfast Strips
Just received. WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
janis 3 No. 275 Ming street.
OUCHE FILS & CO.
Celt: ,-ated CHAMPAGNES, a new supply lately re
. ived, and at reduced prices.
MOETA CH ANDON, G. H. Mumm's, Heldseick
and Ve Clicquot.
Urbana Champagne, $17 per case.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
Janlg 3_No. 275 King street
JJ RIME WHITE CORN.
8000 bushels Prime White CORN, to arrive per
schooner Eureka, from Norfolk, Va. Apply to
J. A. ENSLOW A CO.,
Janis_No. 143 East Bay.
Q O R NI CORNI
4500 busher Prime White CORN, landing this
2000 bushels Prime Old Corn.
For sale by JOHN CAMPSEN b CO.
Janis 3 _
JTB\y ORLEANS SUGARS.
30 hhds. New Orleans SUGAR
75 bbls. Loulsana Magnolia Sugar
75 bags Manilla Coffee,
lu store and for sale by
RIECKE A SCHACHTE,
Janio _Vendue Range.
J^EW CROP CLAYED MOLASSES.
100 hhds. 1 Superior New Crop CLAYED MO
70 tierces J LASSES,
Landing ex-schooner Taos. Mlsklmmons, ream
150 hhds. bright and heavy MUSCOVADO MO?
SO biuis. Cuba Molasse". Landing ex-brlg S.
P. Brown, from Havana.
For sale low from the wharf, by
J. A. ENSLOW A CO.,
Jane No. 141 East Bay street.
COTCH PIG IRON,
20 tons, No. 1, Glengarnoch PIG IRON,
75 tons, No. 1, Eglington PIG IRON.
For sale by RAVENEL A CO.,
Jan3 Cor. East Bay and Vanderhorst's Wharf.
IJIAYLOR'S ALBANY CREAM ALE.
A fresh Bupply or this Celebrated Brand of ALE
received fresh every week, In barrels and naif
barrels. For sale by
JOHN F. O'NEILL A SON.
Agents for South Carolina,
decll No. 167 East Bay.
?DrTj ?co?ts, &t.
QREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
We are offering, regardless to cost prices, many
articles in the
DRY GOODS LINE,
And would advise our customers, and the pabilo
in general, not to miss this opportunity.
iso pieces large and heavy Bed Comforts, only
50 pieces Fancy Patterns 12-4 Bed Quilts.only $4,
so pair fine All-wool 10-4 White Blankets at
$0 50, worth $8. t
3 pieces All-wool 4-4 White Shaker Flannel, only
05 cents, worth 80 cents.
20 dozen Ladles' latest style Hoop Skirts only
40 cents, worth 60 cents.
2 pieces Black Beaver Cloth, suitable for Ladles'
Sacks and men's wear, only $2, worth $3.
1 case 4-4 Longcloth only 12K cents.
2 cases 4-4 Longcloth, fine quality, only 15 cents,
worth 18 cents.
An assortment of different Collars.
Flue Silks, 28 inches, $3 per yard, worth $4 50;
never been offered as cheap before.
A great variety of Hie latest styles of Collars
Cheapest and best assortment of Ladles'and
Men's English Hosiery in town.
Especial pleasure in showing goods.
Convince yourself, and call at
FURCIIGOTT A BRO.,
No. 437 Kixo STREET, No. 437
Corner Calhoun street.
4ST"A special Department for Boots, Shoes,
Hats and Trunks. dec21
iflacljinern, Castings, 8t.
-gXCELSIOR IRON WORKS,
FOOT OF 14TH STREET, EAST RIVER.
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF IRON WORK
TOR BUILDING PDEPOSES.
GEO. ? JACKSON, BURNET & CO., .
RANCII OFFICE, NO. 201 CENTRE STREET,
CORNER OF HOWARD.
WHAT MEDICINES *
When you are exhausted by overwork of head
or hand, and feel thc need of something Invigorat?
ing, don't drink wlUskey or any intoxicating
thing, whether under thc name of Bitters or other?
wise. Such articles give just as much strength
to your weary ?e$J?5$ Hl?? ?S the whip gives
to the jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stim?
ulants arc injurious to nerve health, and are al?
ways lollowed by depressing reaction.
DODD'S NERVINE AND LNVTGORATOIt
Is a Tonic and gentle stimulant, which ls not at?
tended by reaction. Wtat it gains for you it
maintains.- When it refresiics body or mind, it
refreshes with natural strength that comes to
stay. We arc not recommending teetotalism la
tlie Interest or any faction; but long and extend?
ed observation teaches us that he who'resorts to
the bottle for rest or recuperation, will And, i he
keeps at it, that he is kindling a Are In his bogfe
which will consume like the names of perdition
Turn from lt. Take a tonic that will refresh and
not destroy. DODD'S NERVINE ls for sale by ?U
Druggists. Price One dollar. See book of certi?
ficates that accompanies each bottle,
JUST RECEIV E^D
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
Bicarbonate ol' Soda *
Cream of Tartar
For sale, wholesale and retail, bv
Ur. H. DAER,
octa No. 131 Meeting street.