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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1870.
NE IVS OF TUE DAT.
-Gold closed quiet at 18J.
-In New York yesterday cotton was lower,
closing at 24 Jic
-Tn Liverpool uplands closed at lUian^d.,
and Orleans at ll Md.
-General Lee contemplates a visit to Europe
-Victor Hugo now says he "will raise his voice
-The New Orleans Picayune calls upon Demo?
crats to offer no opposition to Senator Revels' ad?
mittance to Congress.
-Preparations have already begun for the
great national shooting festival, to be held In
Cincinnati on the 14th September next.
-The English array serving In India are to
wear beards If they choose, but when worn they
must bc kept of a moderate length, and cut pe?
riodically, ac the same time os the hair.
-It ls said that a new description of lava ls be?
ing thrown from thc crater of Vesuvius since tho
last eruption, consisting of crystalized salt. This
beantlfcl phenomenon has hitherto been un?
known in volcanic natural history.
-They have taste in Washington. A corres?
pondent there Informs the public that "the Shoo
Fly retort ls universally regarded as the neatest
thing done In Congress since some of Thad.
Stevens? sharp rejoinders."
-George Fox, a man of considerable wealth,
died a few days ago In New Yorfc, leaving prop?
erty valued at about $400,000 to the government,
for the liquidation or the national debt. His rela?
tives are contesting the will.
-The Sew York nos companies make ont their
bills "by gness." One consumer round lt ont In
this way: One month two bnrncra were used
and the bill was six dollars; the next month one
burner wa3 used and the hill was considerably
larger; the next month he used every burner lu
the house, and a gas stove In'addition, but thc
bill was only Ave dollars.
-A bill has been introduced in the Senate of
California proposing an amendment to thc State
Constitution which -hall permit young men who
distinguish themselves by their Industry and
morality to vote at tho age or 18 years, and to
hold certain local offices, ifrortnnnfc enough tobe
elected to them. A board of examiners is to de- '
?Ide whether thc young men are worthy of this
-A Panama paper announces thc completion
of a new survey for a ship canal across the Isth?
mus of Darien. Mons. Lucien de Pnydt, aFreuch
engineer, has sncoceded in laying oat n short,
safe and speedy constructed route from the At?
lantic to the Pacific Ocean. The CORI is estimated
at seventy millions of dollars, and the time re?
quired for the oomplctlon of the work Trora three
to five years.
-Mr. Henry E. Swectzer. who died at New
York on Thursday, was best known to the general
public as one of the original rounders or the
Round Table, a literary and critical weekly,
which evinced decided ability In Its earlier days,
but which degenerated worully at thc last, and
was finally merged with the New York Citizen.
Mr. S werner began his professional career on the
New York Time?, but at thc same time of his
death he was one or thc nlrht editors of thc World.
He was the Arithmetic Maa of that paper, und
for several years he has compiled th; World
Almanac. He wu3 a plea*uut and versatile writer,
and could readily turu his hand to auy depart?
ment in Journalism.
-The high price of ise, which, lt is feared, will
prevail next summer, has attracted the attention
of the hotel keepers or Nsw York City, and
meeting was recently held to take concerted ac
tlon to obtain ice at lower rates t lia ti those an
nonnced by the companies. At this meeting it
was asserted that all Uv: Icc companies or Nev.
York ure under ono management, and carn a
profit or Trom thirty to fifty per cent, on tho gros
receipts. It was therefore proposed to organize
a new company, with a capital of $200,000, for the
purpose of supplying stockholders with lee at s l
nerton. Brewers, fish, poultry ana meat pack
era, and other large consumers or Icc, have been
invited to unite in forwarding thc enterprise. It
is believed that tho company will pay a handsome
profit, and at th? same time supply Ice at a low
-A Washington dispatch of Friday, to the New
York Tribune, says : "Secretary Boutwell was at
the capitol to-day. and on being questioned by a
leading member or the Ways and Means Commit
tee whether he favored the thirty million reduc?
tion or internal taxes, which was formally agreed
to by the committee yesterday, he stated most,
emphatically that he was opposed to sucli a re?
daction at the present time. He maintained thai
it was very Important that a portion of the debt
should bc funded before any reduction was made.
He had no donbr, that if the funding bill reported
oy Senator Sherman was passed at au early day,
?he would bc able to fund five or six hundred mil?
lions within the present year. Money was abun?
dant In all the European capitals, walting Invest?
ment, and he had no doubt that several hundred
millions would speedily be taken. He hoped,
therefore that the committee would press this
measure as soon as it reached the House. That
until five or six hundred millions ortho debt wore
funded he did not vblnk lc advisable to reduce the
revenue. He said thc President had never Indi?
cated to him that he desired any reduction or thc
taxes, or the Funding bil) postponed until next
-The latest reporta from the .?Ever-raithful
Isle" are to the 10th Instant. General Goycncche's
report of hts expedid jn in search of General Fu?
ello has been made public, and, though lt is writ?
ten in thc usual pompous and exaggerated style
er Spanish official reports, tc discloses that his ex?
pedition against the Insurgents was a failure.
Besides Innumerable skirmishes, the general ad?
mits of having bul two serious engagements.
The first was at ins fortified position of Asiento,
defended by only two hundred insurgents, who
very naturally were routed by tho forty-five hun?
dred Spaniards. The second engagement was at
the mn (loma) of Imias. Herc 1200 well-armed
Insurgents, commanded by General (la e Colonel)
BcauTilttera, thc French artillerist, kept the
iar-outnurabertng Spanish column in check
for nearly an hour, and only retired, and
then In good order and with trilling losses, I
fr?en ?beat bel?g floated by the Spaniards. ?
? correspondent of tue Diario de la Marina, who
f jllon-ed the expedition, gives thc Spanish losses
in the single engagement or Imias alone at thirty -
nve killed and wounded, and those of the Insur?
gents during tho twelve days at eighty-seven
killed, many wounded and twenty-eight captured.
Thc young son or C?spedes, reported captured
by General G oyen eche, turuert out to be a boy
only eicht years old, of the nams or C?spedes?
sou or a fourteenth cousin of the ? resident. Be?
cause or ibis remote connection between the
Cubau chief executive and the little fellow, thc
chivalrous Spaniards arc valiantly holding the
latter u3 a prisoner of war. Seven engagements
have of late beca fought betweeu the Spanish and
Cuban troops, and although thc Spaniards, with
their usual presumption, claim to have invariably
thc advantage, private advices leave no doubt or
their having beea worstod In three or thc engage?
Thc Irish Land bill introduced in the
House of Commons by Mr. Gladstone, the
British Premier, on Tuesday last, is said to
have received the unqualified approval of
the Irish members of Parliament. Those,
however, do not always represent as much
the feelings of the Irish people as the senti?
ments of the English landowners, and it is
fortunate that we are able to compare what
the Ministers offer, as the best they can do,
with what the Irish peasantry demand, as
thc least they will accept
The central want and wi3h of the Irish, as
set forth in an e3say on Irish tenures by the
Rev. Mr. Lavelle, an Irish priest, is a fixed
tenure of land, thc tenant to have his hold?
ing forever upon payment of a fixed rent.
This perpetual holding :s asked for ns a
right, not a3 a boon, and whether the land?
lords, reduced to the position of annuitants,
should receive a compensation for being put
on a new footing, is perfectly immaterial to
Irishmen. Besides the perpetual holding,
the Irish ask that every farmer he under a
legal obligation to keep at least two-thirds
of his lauds, so that the rural laborers may
be sure of employment The waste lands
should be handed over, on liberal terms, to
tenants willing to reclaim them ; a check is
to be put on absenteeism, by imposing on
absentees a fine of one-fourth of the Income
they derive from Irish land; and the man?
agement of Irish capital, the development
of Irish industry, the making of Irish laws,
and the assessing and expenditure of Irish
taxes, are to be left in Ireland's own hands.
This is the programme of the popular lead?
ers, who are so far moderate that they do
not insist upon actual political and territo?
Judged by this standard, the Irish Land
bill is not likely to satisfy the people for
whose benefit it is proposed. Security of
tenure is promised, it is true; but this, as
well as can be learned from the telegraphic
abstract of the bill, will amount to little
more than a payment to outgoing tenants
for improvements giving value to thoir hold?
ing. This view is confirmed by the state?
ment that the "Uister customs" will be re?
cognized. These "customs" allow the out?
going tenant to claim payment hy way of
compensation, from the incoming tenant,
and, in the province which gives them their
name, have been productive of substantial
gooc*. The bill also provides for loans to
tenants who desire to buy lands, and for
loaus to enable landowners to reclaim waste
lands. There are, also, the highly proper
provisions that evictions for non-payment of
rent shall bar all claims against tenants,
than notice to quit shall give the tenant one
year's limo from the end of the current year,
md that the county taxes shall be divided
betwten the landlords and the tenants.
These are the main features of the new
Land hill, and, although it d ?es not give the
people the one thing that they most desire,
it has evidently been framed in a broad and
liberal spirit and with an earnest desire to
secure the greatest good of the greatest num?
ber of the Irish people. The bill will be read
a second time on the 7th of March, and the
debates and the articles in the public press
will then indicate what effect Uie proposed
measure will have in pacifying and calming
Hie "Sister Isle." Mr. Gladstone can force
the bill through both houses if he so deter?
mines, and the only question to be solved ia,
Will the new law, whatever its liberality,
?ontent the Irish masses and give them an
opportunity of makiug Ireland thc happy
ii'.tne of ti prosperous and contented people?
?.A Place lu tilt Fight."
The Orangeburg .Veiw reviews in a lead?
ing article the political plan of battle marked
out in these columns, and'says with honest
'.?hc colored man is a voter and will romain
so forever. Whoever rules must rule by his
majority. For the sake ot our State's future,
cr our own and our children's chances of liv
ng, let us conciliate his vote. Assure him
hat he is free forever and will vote forever,
md that he ris!<3 none ot these, his newly ac
lulred and Justly prized rights, by voting with
is. And he will vote with us! Nothing
milling else can redeem the State."
This is, wc need hardly say, thoroughly in
iccord with the principles enunciated by
)arselvcs, and wc are glad, indeed, to meet
vith so earnest and outspoken an ally. To
mr Ontngeburg contemporary, under its
)rcsent management we have always con
:eded thc praise due to ability and sincerity.
.Vc have not always been in accord; but our
mrposc was, and is, the same, whether "the
'moontah] hus come to Mahomet" or Ma
?omet has come to the mountain. And
vhen our Orangeburg neighbor suggests
hut we ure laying down a platform uot our
>wn, and modestly claims "a place iu the
'fight" wc make reply, freely and without
eserve: The platform of TUE CHARLESTON
SEWS is not intended lo be the expression of
he hopes or fears thc ambition or the dc
pair, of any man or clique of men. It is
mended to be, and is, we believe, the ex
iression of thc sincere and earnest opinions
>f the voters of the State. There is a place
n the fight for our Orangeburg brother.
Sray, more ! There is a place for every hon?
st man, for every lover of good govern
nent for every hater of oflicial extravagance
ind corruption, for every citizen who can
isc above the name of party and strike one
nighty blow for justice and equal rights.
Then let us to work. Lot us, again quo
ing from our Orangcburg namesake:
"First woo aud win back tho confidence of
he colored man, by guaranteeing a full recog?
nition of his civil rights, and then free him
rom the shackles of the party organizations
hat enslaves his vote. Let us make the effort
Vdmittlug thc great truth o; our changed con
litlon, accepting these accomplishments as at
east permitted by Providence, let us And a
llgh and grand work before us In orr new
?ivilization. Let us do our whole duty to the
,'olored i eo. le of tne State, in their real and
present position, and trust them to respond in
the reciprocation of kindness and good will.
Such an end may be attained by such an offert.
Let us make lt, and If that falls, then.may wo,
Indeed, howl over onr ruin."
TJ?e Venal Congressman.
A responsible gentleman residing in the
district which Benjamin Franklin Whitte
more misrepresents in Congress, writes to
Tnn NBW? as follows:
"I seo that Whittemore ls charged with sell?
ing a cadet appointment. I wish to cumulate
the charges. Whether he Eold them or not, I
can prove that he alono, by virtue of an ar?
rangement made with the delegation from this
State, appointed the collector of First Collec?
tion District, South Carolina, and the assessor.
That with the collector lt was a condition of
his appointment, that Whittemore should namo
bia deputies, although thc collector was solely
responsible for their acts. Whether he made
merchandise of those appointments is not pos?
itively known, but If he sold a cadet appoint?
ment there can scarcely be a doubt that he
sold thc appointments of tho deputy collectors;
for in this way only can be found a reason for
taking away from the principal thc right to ap-1
point bis own agents. At all events If any
committee is to Investigate the purity of his
character, the collector and his deputies ought
to be examined, and be compelled to disclose
what they know apon thc FtibJocL And lt
would be weil for thc probe to go deeper still,
and soe whether In all thc appointments he
has made, down to tho country postmasters,
he has not in fact bled thc country to fill his
own pockets. I say 'bled thc country,' be?
cause any member of Congress, sent lhere to
represent the people, who uses his power only
to fill his own pockets, ls In fact stabbing his
country to thc heart, and ought to bo expelled
from the position which he disgraces. It ls
tho duty of every good citizen to take np the
hue and cry and drive him to his den."
Is tho United States Senate, on Thursday
last, Senator Sawyer delivered a short but
vigorous speech in opposition to tho "funda?
mental conditions" contained In the House bill
for thc admission of Mississippi. There was a j
clear and unequivocal understanding, that if |
the people of that Stato compiled with tho
terms of the Kcconstractlon acts they would
bo restored to their original position in the
Union, and Mr. Sawyer doubted the wisdom
and questioned the policy ol appending new
conditions. He urged that thc new-comers be
treated with cordiality and confidence, and
asked whether any senator believed that the
statutory provisions of Congress In regard to
thc reconstructed States would be allowed to
stand a 6lnglc month after "onr political oppo?
nents shall regain possession of the adminis?
tration of the governmcnL" At the same time
he believed it was better to admit the State,
even with unnecessary restrictions, than to
keep her In her present situation.
TO RENT, A GOOD SECOND-HAND
Piano. Also, a large south Chamber, west,
ern part of city, with or without Coard. Apply at
TO RENT, A TWO STORV HOUSE, IN
good order, containing four roams with dreis
lug rooms. Apply ut Ne. 122 Sc. Philip's street.
HOUSES, FARMS, STORES, ROOMS,
Ac, now vacant, can readily bo ?-ented by
advertising them lu this column. The rate ls 25
cen cs for twenty words or less, eaeh insertion, if
paid In advance._
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE TWO AND
a half story House, No. 4 Mary street, oppo?
site Elizabeth street. Applr io WM. BYRNE,
corner of Church and Chalmers street.*. febis
REAL ESTATE OR PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY of any kimi may be advertised for
sale In this column, at thc rate of 25 cents for
twenty words or less, oach insertion, If paid tn
MULES! MULES! MULES I -TWENTY
head or Primo Broke MULES, and a few
Cnuice HORSES. Jusc arrived this morning, and
will be sold twenty per cent, cheaper than the
same kind or stock can be bought in any part, of ]
i his Slate. Apply to R. ARNOLD, No. 219 Meeting
street, corner of John. fph-j-.' 2r
KENTUCKY MULES AND HORSES, AT
thc Kentucky Salo Stahle. No. ou Church
Hticec. between Chalmers mid Broad strets. A
lot of Young Broke MULE* und ROUSES on sale
for cash or city acceptaucc R. OAKMAN.
SECOND-HAND FII.'E ENGIN KS.-FOR
sale, a Second-hand Huton A Blake HAND
ENGINE, in good order, with Suction, Pipes, AC
A Second-hand Donblo Brake Engine, Simpson,
For runtier Information, apply to
M. Ii. NATHAN,
febs tnthlmo N?. 45 Wentworth -?iif.pt.
PRINTING PRESS FOR SALE AT A
1. GREAT BARGAIN.-One small Cylinder TAY?
LOR PRESS lu complete repulr. lt lias been hnt.
little m?cd. and ls sold sim pl v because thc present
owner has no use for lc. The size of the bert of
the Press ls forty-four by fifty-eight inches. S3ld
l*ress will be sold at a grear bargain If applied for
at once, as the room lt ocenmes ls wanted for
other purposes. Address? Box Nd. 3~3? New York
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS AND
BUARD at Mrs. MILLER'S, No. 0 Hudson
X C HAN G E
CHECKS ON NEW YORK bought and sold.
RILLS ON LONDON, at sight or sixty days, ta
any sum, from ?l upwards.
For sale by JAMES ADGER A CO.
fehl tu timi mo
QIT? STOCK WANTED.
Apply to JAMES M. SHACKELFORD,
feliSl 2 Broker, No. 14 Brood street.
Slgri cn laira I implements.
rjltlE CHAMPION RICE DRILL.
This DRILL weighs only 440 pounds, makes Tour
trenches niftecn inches from centre to centre,
four inches wide, and scatters the Seed regularly
lu the drill. Can bc worked by one or two horses.
Price $120 cash. C. G RAVE LEY,
reb21 2 No. 62 East Bay.
?g? I N L Y'S PLOUGHS,
"LITTLE GIANT*' CORN AND COBB MILLS,
For sale by C C RAYELE Y,
febSl 2 No. 52 Bust Bay.
tj) O PLANTERS
We have been appointed Agents for the sale or ?
SHAW'S COTTON SEED HULLER,
MANIT^CTCUED DY TUE
"DIAMOND MILL MANUFACTURING CO.."
and offer the same ut Manufacturer's Prices,
Feeling assured lt ls what every Planter needs.
Sample of work, Circulars and all Information
furnished on application to na.
One ortho "HULLERS" to bc seen at our Office.
BRODIE A CO.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
North Atlantic Whait.
Charleston, S. C., Febraary 12,1S70.
Hi a ni G.
WANTS OF ALL KINDS CAN BE
marte knovn to everybody in this column
at the rate of 25 coota Tor twenty words or less,
each insertion. If jalrt m advance.
WAN TE D, INSTRUCTION IN RBAD
1X0, from a first-class Elocutionist. Ad?
dress Chnrlcstou Postottlce, Box No. 040. ?dating
terms, Ac._fcha-J tniiiss
WANTED, A SMART SERVANT TO
Conk and Wash for a small fumily. Ap
ply at The Bazaar. No. 303 Kine street. feb22
WANTED. BY A RESPECTABLE
White Woman, a situai lon as Child1*
Nurse or Housemaid. Apply at No. 6 State street,
WANT KD. A NURSE. WILL NEQUIRE
recommendation. Apply to No. 9 Wash
TXTANTED. A GOOD COOK AND
, YT WASHER. Recommendations required.
Apply nt soutucasl corner Queen and Trapniau
? street?. rel)21
ANTED, A RESPECTABLE MID
DLE aged Nurse (colored) ro take care or
two children, on? fc youmr Infant. She must know
her duly, and come well recommended. Apply
at No. 121 Queen street._fchio :?
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN WITH
best city references, a Hltuatlon as book?
keeper or assistant, or clerk m a commission or
wholesale dry goods house Address "li." NKWS
EMPLOYMENT WANTED BY A YOUNG
MAN ol Industrious habits, and with pond
reicrcuccs. Whotesalo Grocery preferred. Apply
at. this ortlce. rebpj
I T?TANTED, A II O U S E, NEAR THE
Vf central part or the city, containing five or
six rooms, with food outbuildings and wutcr.
Address l). at this oitlce. septta
WANTED, A SITUATION AS S?PER
INTENDENT on a Hice Plantation by a one
armed man, who has seven years' experience in ,
Rice culture, and good recommendations rrom Ula.
former employers. Please address W. B. W" '
Charleston. 8. C._doc2
WANTED, BY TWO LADIES .WITH A
cn 1 LU and Nurse, who are spending thc
winter lu Charleston, pleasant BOA RU In the
neighborhood or the Battery. Two bedrooms and
a parlor, or the nse or a parlor will be needed.
Address "M. P.," otllce or Tnn NEWS, Jan2?
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that JOB PRINTING or all kinds, plain
and ornamental, ls executed promptly in the
neatest style and at the lowest New York prices,
at THE NEWS Job Office, No. 149 EAST HAY. Cali
and examine the scale of prices before giving your
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS PER WEEK.
Don't complain of hard times when yan
have a competency within your reach. Agents,
both male and re??ale, are making $100 per wcek
Belllntt oar new work, PLAIN HOME TALK ANO
MEDICAL COMMON SENS ti. They have no com?
petition; there never was a book published like lt;
anybody can Bell lt; everybody buys it. Send ror
circular contamina table of contents of this won
derru? work. Address WELLS t COFFIN. No. 432
Broome street, New York. TeblS imo
QlgncnLturc, ^orticHitnrr, Ut.
VEGETABLE AND FLOWER SEEDS, viz: Early
and Large York Cabbage, Early and Late Drum?
head, Early and Late Battersea, Early unit Lato
Large Flat Dutch, Early May, Early Sugar Lour,
Early Ox Heart and Oreeu Glaze Cabbages, Drum?
head nnil Green Curled Savoys, Brown and Green
Curled gale, Cauliflowers, Brocollc, Radish, Tur?
nips, neets, Carrots, Spinach, Union Seed, Pars?
nips. Pander, Leeks. Lettuce, Thyme, Sage, Ac,
Ked and White Planting Onions.
Fine Mixed GERANIUMS, 60c. per paper; tine
Large Pansy or HcartBea.se, Large Double Carna?
tions, Picotee and Pheasant's Eye Pinks, Mixed
Verbena. Double Blood Red Wallflower, Double
Dahlia, Larkspurs, ? /cet William. Coxcombs,
Sweet Mignonette, Sweet Alyssum, Joseph's Gout,
Prince** Feather, China und German Asters,
Primrose, Zinnia, Petunia. Portulaca, Scarlet
Sage. Phlox Drummondl, fine, strong and vigor?
ous Strawberry Plants, two year old Asparagus
Roots, Double Dahlias, Ac.
An assortment or Housekeeping ARTICLES,
Agricultural and Horticultural Implcm nts.
For sale by JOHN THOMSON A CO.,
No. 238 King street, Charleston, 8. 0.
(?igczrs, Sobiuro, Ut.
No. 3U KING STREBT, CORNER SOCIETY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LA CAROLINA, per thousand.$20 00
La Carolina, No. I, per thousand. 22 00
La Corona de Espana, per thousand.25 00
?1 Bouquet, per thousand. SO 00
La Candeur, (small cigars,) per thousand- ca 00
P?rtalas, (Havana Seed,) per thousand. 40 00
II. Upinanu, (Havana,) per thousand.co OD
Figaro, (Genulua Havana,) per thousand.... 75 00
Jenny Lind, (Genuine Havana,) per thousand 80 00
As all these Cigars arc made under my especial
care and supervision, 1 eau warrant that all will
smoke welt und give satisfaction at tho prices.
IMPORTED CIGARS OF DIFFERENT GRADES.
LEAF TOBACCO FOR MANUFACTURERS.
I havo a largo and well assorted stock of Do
ra estie and Imported Leal Tobacco, such as Con?
necticut, Pennsylvania and Ohio Wrappers aud
Filling at all price. Also, Havana, rrom liding
at $1 20 upwards to wrappers (Prima) at $2 SO per
EMPTY CIGAR BOXES
For Cigar Manurac;urcrs, with labels ready for
SILK KII1B0N5 FOR CIGARS AT ALL PRICES
LARGE STOCK OP SMOKING AND CIIEWINf
TOBACCO AND PIPES.
Merchants and consumers are respectfully so
liciicd to call before purchasing elsewhere. Satis?
All orders rrom the country wlli bc promptly
executed. JULIUS MADSEN.
Drp ?coos, Ut.
Call In time, wall? thc following articles are
ottered at such prices to suit tho times and to
draw the public:
A fair ouallty BLA2K DRESS SILK, only $150
Dress Goods at 25, 30, 36 oents and upwards
each worth 5 to 10 colts more.
While 10-4 Blanket? at $4, actually worth $8.
Arab Shawls at on?-hair their original value.
4 pieces 6-i Black Beaver Cloth at $2, worth $3
Longcloths, Brovn Homespuns, Hosiery
Gloves, Collar and Curls, and Fancy Articles, as
AU our Stock Is nduced, and only BAKCAIN6
can be round at No. <37 King street.
FURCHGOTT A BRO.,
Corner Klug and Calhoun streets,
No. 437 King street.
Foots, Shoes. Hats. Trunks, Ac., kept separate
and sold at correspondingly reduced prices.
All we want ls an early call. jan-TI
D' ?TE^lv^ST FKalkl?T' COLLEGE -
Thc Summer Swsioii opens 1st MONDAY in
March, ?nd closes 2d THURSDAY ia July. Tnltl
lion and Boarding, iacluuiiiit mel and washing,
per Session, S87 M. MUMC, Piano, $24. French,
S5. The College wai never more prosperous.
J. P. KENNEDY,
febio 12 Secretary Faculty.
BERS of this Society ure roqnested to meet
nt their Hall, Society street, Tnia APTKRNOOI*, at
2 o'clock, for the purpose of laylug tne Corner?
stone of their new Hall, at che comer of Meeting
and George streets,
This German Societies of Charleston are res?
pectfully invited to participate in the festivities.
CHAULES SI EGLING,
p ERM AN RIFLE CLUB.-THE MEM
yjf EKES of ihc above t;iul> are respectfully in
vite 1 to assemble at corner George and Meeting
streets, nt- 3 o'clock P. M. Tnis DAY, ta participate
in the ceremouy of laying the lorner-Stone ot the
new ILdl of tue Freundaehaftsbund.
Hy order of tlie President.
C. H. RERGEMANN,
WALHALLA LODGE. No 66. A. F M.
Tlie members of this Lodge aro hereby
requested to meet THIS DAY. fTnesday,) the 22d,
at half-past 2 P. M., at Masonic Hall.
Hy order of the W. BL
J. M. PETERSEN,
COTILLION CLUB.-A MEETING OF
the members or the Cotillion Club will bc
held nt the South Carolina Hall, on Fm DAY, 2ith
In.-iant, nt 7 o'clock P. M., icr the purpose vf con?
sidering thc gbing of a Pu ney Ball.
A mil meeting is particularly desired.
By order of the Chairman.
Vf. ST. JULIEN JERVET.
JEFFERSON LODGE, No. 4, L O. 0 F.
Thc Regular Communication of this Lodge
will be lieid Tina KVENINO, at Odd Fellow's Hall.
ut7e'clock. The proposed amendments on I'.y
Laws will receive- their lust reading.
Hy order of thc N. ft.
T. H. M. CHUMACE?RO.
feb23 Recording Secretary.
C1AR0LINA RIFLE CLUB.-AN EXTRA
/ Meeting or this club will take-place Tuts
MOKKIXO. at 0 o'clock, at the Heading Rooms of
Messrs. Walker, Brana A CogswclL
Hy order. Vf. E. HUGER,
ftghj?_Secretary nnd Treasurer.
?yTTASHTNGTON LIGHT INFANTRY
The Anniversary Meeting of tho Association
will beheld Tins ETKNI.NO, In Masonic Hall, at T
o'clock. An election for officers to serve the en?
suing year will bc held, and other.Important; busi?
Members will please come prepared to pay their
.aa-The C. 0. S. will report.
J. L. HONOUR,
Jcbiz Secretary ami Treasurer.
WASHINGTON STEAM" FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY.-Tho Twenty-first Anniver?
sary Meei lug of your Company will be held at
your Hall Tuts EVRNINO, the 221 Instant, at 7'
o'clock. CHARLES T. RICHARDSON.
feb22_ Secretary W. F. Qa.
WASHINGTON ARTILLERY FRIEND
LY SOCIETY.-The Anniversary Meeting
of your Society MI: be held Tuts EVKNINO, at 8
o'clock, at thc Hall, south coraer of Liberty and
Supper will be on tho table at 0 o'clock. The
lueniners are all requested to be punctual in at?
tendance. By order.
fet>22 Secretary and Treasurer.
SOUTH CAROLINA FRIENDLY SOCIB
TY-The Anniversary Meeting or this So?
ciety will be held THIS KVKNINO, the 22d Instant,
at 7 o'clock, at Llndstedt's Hull, corner King and
Calhoun streets, when tho election or oUlcrrs for
the ensuing year and other business of import?
ance will bc brought up.
By order or thu President.
H. II KN CK EN,
rcb22 * Secretary.
"pOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
CATALOGUE No. 2?.
ANCIENT HT8T0RT OP THE EAST, by Lenor
maitland Chevallier, to ibe commencement of I
the Median Wars; vol 1. $3.
The Andes and tho Amazon; or, Aoross tho Con?
tinent or South A me-ic a, ty Orton; illus?
I The Pope and t ho Council, by James. $1 50.
Words In Season: a Manual of Instruction, Com?
fort and Devotion, by H. B. Browning, M. A.
The Star of Hope and thc Staff or Duty; Talcs or |
Womanly Trials und Victories. $150.
Poems of Childhood, by airs. Browning; beauti?
fully illustrated. $3 Do.
GOOD AND PROFITABLE READING FOR TUE
SEASON OF LENT:
READINGS FOR EVERY DAY IN LENT, compiled
from Jeremy Taylor, by Mrs. Sewell, ai 50.
The Lenteu Fast; Thc History. Objects and Proper j
Observance of Lent, by Bishop Kip. $1 25.
Lenten Thoughts; Mci luttons on tuc Collects,
Epistles and (io'pels lor Loin. $1.
Thc Good Beiert; Morning and Evening Lessons
tor Lent, by Ailee Haven, il 50.
A Rosary lor Lent; or. Devotional Readings, by
the uuihor of "Rutledge." SI 75.
Christ iu lils Passion; Lectures un thc Principal
Events of thu Holy Week, by George Trevor,
M. A., Canon of York. il.
Six Short Sermons on Sin; Lent Lectures, by the
Rev. Orby Shipley, M. A. coe.
Thc Slnruluess of Little Sins, by Bishop Jackson.
The Second Adam and the Now Birth, by Rev. M.
P. Sadler, M. A. $1 50.
Emanuel; or, Ute incarnation of the Son of God,
tuc Foundation of Immutable Truth, by Rev.
M. P. Sadler, M. A. $3 50.
Ninety Short Sermons for Family Reading: Fol?
lowing tuc Course of tho Christian Seasons,
by John Wm. Deagon, M. A., oxford; 2 vols.
f4. Second Series containing Ninety-one
Short Serinons; 2 vols. $4.
Christ and thc Scriptures, by Rev. Adolph Saphir,
D. A $1 25.
Venn's Complete Duty of Mon. $1 75.
Christian Retirement; or, Spiritual Exercises of !
the Heart. $i 25.
Goulburn'* Thoughts on Personal Religion. $1 25.
Tho Pursuit nt Holiness; a Sequel to "thoughts
on Personal Religion." 75c.
Warnings of the Holy Week; a Cotirso of Lec?
tures for tuc Week before Easter ami the
Easter Festival-", by Kev. W. Adams, M. A.,
I i.xford. SI 50.
Liddon'* Bampton Lectures: thc Divinity of Our
Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. ?250
Liddon's University sermons, $175.
Jeremy Taylor's Holy Living aud Holy Dying
Thomas A. Kempis: or the Irritation of Christ
various edit ions,
nata's Select Oillt-.esof Prlvntc Devotion. $125
in addition to the above, we will receive this
week a large consignment, of Books suitable fur ?
A ucw supply of EPISCOPAL PRAYER BOOKS,
with thc additional Hymus, some ut which arc
new editions and new styles or binding.
A general stock of stationery, School Books,
Writing Desks, Mathematical Instruments, Photo?
graph Albums. A superior stock of Family Bibles,
from i'-i to $35.
?y Persons residing In thc country will please
bear in mind that by sending their orders to us
for any books published In America, they will he
charged only the price of the book. We pay for
the postage or express.
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 200 KING STREET (In the Bend,)
feb22 ttithsOmos Charleston. S. 0.
"RED AS A ROSE IS SHE ;" by author ef
"Cometh up as a Flower," at thc Ilascl street Ba?
zaar? Price 55 cents. rebl7
?ost ano iouno.
LOST AND FOUND AGAIN.-IF YOU
have lost anything, make Lt known to the
public through this column. The rate for twenty
words or less, each Insertion, ts 25 cents, if paid
LOST, ON TUE EVENING OF THE CTII
Instant, between the Mills House and thc
Academy of Music, a hold, open-faced Watch,
Harrison, maker. The tinder will be suitably re?
warded by leaving thc same at Tua NEWS office,
addressed to W. lt._feb2j 5*
LOST ON THE EVENING OF THE
3d, at the Grand Masquerade Ball, held at
Hie. Hibernian Hall, one While Kid GLOVE, with
(Killi fastening. A liberal reward will he given to
the finder ir h-iiirued to tue Ticket Onice or the
Academy or Music. feb*
Cop armers I) ip Notices.
CHARLESTON, FEBRUARY 21, 1870.
Thc undersigned Firms were dissolved from
aud alter ihc 14th instant.
COND1CT, JENNINGS A CO.,
D. JENNINGS A CO..
Charleston, S. 0.
lY. M. TUNNO A CO.,
M>:; 3 Savannah. Ga.
gUPERIOR COLOGNE WATER.
Manufactured and for sale by
Dr. H. BAER.
oe li Nv. 131 Meeting street.
CADEMY OP MUSIO
ONE WEEK ON LT.
Commencing MONDAT, February 51, 1870.
nie Famous and Original
LARUE'S M IN' STEELS!
BRASS BAND AND BURLESQUE OPERA TROUPE.
The host Negro Dcllueators ami Comedians-The
most pleasing Quintette of Vocalists-The
most Distinguished Instrumen?
talists and Dancers.
The fame attuched to this Company has led
them on in triumph, and rendered them a copy
for all others.
TUE GREAT RICARDO-Only malo Artist Bring
with a pure Soprano voice.
A. J. TALBOT-Tba nest eml mun lu the world.
BILLY 1OBVKS-The bea plantation dartey In
thc nnl verse.
STEVIE ROOERS-Best clog-dancer living.
"FUSSY" JOE MACK-Most versatile burlesque
HUGH HAMALL-Champion Ballad Singer.
LABUE'S Original Sensation,
SHOO, FLY! (LA RU TO) SHOO, FLY 1
Be?ore it Opera Bouge hides Its diminished
head. It carries thc audience to the seventh erial
regions of delight. Tho blind can hear it. The
dent see lt,
EVERY NIGHT! EVERY NIG HT I EVERY NIOHTI
Begins at fl. Grand MATINEE SATURDAY AF?
TERNOON, begins ut 3.
Usual prices of Admission. Reserved seats
secured at thc Box Office Trout 10 A. M. to s P. M.,
without extra charge.
fcbiO 0 "PHAT BOY." Agent.
rjUIE THIRD ANNUAL BALL.
Will be given at thc Hall of the Academy of
Mnsic, on FRIDAY EVENING, February 26.
Tickets two dollars.
J. ARMSTRONG. STEPHEN MALONY.
JAMES POWER. GEORGI! NUNAN.
A. E. KENNY. J. T. MAHER,
JAMES COSGROVE:. T. A. BEAMISH.
C. H. KERRIGAN.
EW MUSIC HALL,
OVER ACADEMY/OF MUSIC.
E. P. KENDALL......Manager.
MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, February
21, 22, and 23.
. GRAND MATINEB WEDNESDAY, at? o'clock P.
M., for the accommodation of Ladles and Children.
THE BERGER FAMILY
8WIS8 BELL RINGERS.
HARPISTS, VOCALISTS. VIOLINISTS and COR?
For the past three years have constituted the
principal attraction with the PEAK FAMILY, wUl
appear as above, assisted by
SOL. SMITH RUSSELL. Humorist.
A. J. WH1TC0MU. Harpist.
Miss MAUD STANLEY. Vocalist.
Professor J. H. GARDNER, Cornet Soloist.
And GEORGE H. MARSH.
New Songs, Duets. Quartettes, Instrumental
Overtures, Character Vocalism?. Comio Orations,
Violin. Cornet and Stan Bell Solos.
4&- Doors open at 7; to commence at 8.o'clock.
Seats can bo secured in advance, without extra
charge, at HOLMES' Book Store, corner King and
Wentworth streets. W. W. FOWLER,
fehl" 6 Agent.
Q.RAND MASQUERADE BALL
GERMAN RIFLE CLUB,
AT TUE HALL OP
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
On MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1870.
Tickets may be procured from the Committee
No one will bs allowed to enter the Ball-room
before 12 o'clock without being masked.
No Tickets Hold at the door.
The committee reservo thc right of identifica?
THE CO?IMITTBB: ;
TH. 8PBNGLER, F. VON BANTHN,
F. PUOKHABER, Jr., J. P. MERKHARDT,
F. HEINTZ, G. OPPEL,
AUO. G EIL FUSS, JOHN KLATTB,
GEO. LOGEMANN, C. H. BERGMANN.
IN AID OP
ST. J 0 S B P H'S 0 H V R C H .
E. F. SWF.EGAN, Chairman.
JAMES ARMSTRONG, Jr., Secretary.
L. B. MICHEL, Treasnrcr.
The Fair will be kept open during tho day from
12 o'clock M. until 2 P. M., and In tho evening
from 6 to ll.
Thc Fair will close positively on Thursday night.
The price of admission has been Axed as fol?
Family Season Tickets, admitting Parents
and their Children.(2 00
Season Tickets. 1 oo
Simile Tickets. 25
Servants in attendance on children. 10
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ORGANIZED IN I860.
ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEITABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND (FIFTY) 60 PER CENT.
Polices In force.$25,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid. 600,000
W. n. PECKHAM, President.
WM. T. HOOKER, Vice-Presld m.
L. MCADAM. Secretary amt Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAR. Superintendent.
Hon. John A. Dix, New York.
Hon. James Harper, Firm of Harper A Bros., ex
Mayor New York.
John J. Crane, President Rank Republic.
Wm. M. Vermllye, Banker, (Vcrmilye A Co.)
Chas. G. Rockwood, Cashier Newark Banking
Hon. George OpydyKe, cx-Mayor New York.
Minot C. Morgan, Banker.
Thomas Rigney, Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
Bcnj. B. Shermau, Treasurer New York Steam
Sugar Relining Company.
Aaron Arnold, Firm or Arnold, Constable A Co.
Richard H. Bowne, Wetmore A Bowne, Lawyers.
E. V. Haughwout, Finn E. V. Haughwout A Co.
Wm. Wllkens, Firm or Wllkc-ns A Co.
Julius H. Pratt, .Mercian'..
Wm. W. Wright, Merchant.
Charles J. Starr, Merchant.
William Allen, Merchant.
Geo. W. Cuyler, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Geo. T. Hope, President Continental Fire Insur?
John G. Sherwood, Park Place.
Walton H. Peckham, corner Fifth Avenue and
Edward U. Wright, Newark, N. J.
Geo. W. Farlee. Counsellor.
W. L. Cogswell, Merchant.
KEIM <fc ISSERTEL,
General Agents lor South Carolina and Georgia
Office No. 40 Broad street,
Charleston, S. 0.
Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, Examining Physician.
Owcmcs, Ciqttors, #c.
T> 0 TATO ES! POTATO B
100 bbl?. Choice JACKSON WHITB POTATOES,
Unding from Schooner ?. N. Hawkins.
For sale low wr-'lo landing.
febai_WILLIAM ROACH APO.
LOUE! FLO??l FLOUE!
200 bbls. Fine FLOUR.
Por sale bj IL A A. P. CALDWELL.
feb22 l _
g ACON I B'ACONI BACON?
SOOO lbs. Choice 8. C. STRIPS
2000 lbs. Dry Salted nellies
2O00 lbs. Smoked Bellies
200 Choice Hams, "Caward's" On rina;.
For sale by R. A A. P. CALDWELL.
fe 022 1_
CU01CE CLEAR BIB SLUES, SHOULD
ERS AND CHOICE SUGAR-CORED
HAMS AND STRIPS.
2? hhds. Choice Clear Rib SIDES and SHOUL?
20 boxes Choice Dry-Salted Shoulders
15 boxes Choice Sngar-Cnred Strips
20 hhls. Mess and Brine Pork
20 tierce s Magnolia and Washington Hana.
Landing and in store, sn I for sale hy
LAUKEY A ALEXANDRE*
feb22 s Na 137 East Bay.
2.'i00 bushels PRIME WHITB
2200 bushels Prime Yellow.
In two bnshel sacks, per brig Jennie Morton.
For sale by R. M. BU JLER A SON,
feb22 2_Foot of Vendue Range.
30 boxes CODFISU
Half bbls. Mess Mackerel
20 bbls. Mess Mackerel
Kits Mess Mackerel.
Landing ex-Schooner B> N. Hawkins, and fer
sale low from wharf. F ,
KINSMAN A HOWELL,
feh221 No. 128 Fast Bav.
J> OTATES! POTATOES! .
250 bbls. Pink Eve (yellow) P0TAT0B8
200 bbls. White Potaioes
300 bbls. Dy Kera an Potatoes.
Landing ex-Schooner B. N. Hawkins, for salo
lev from whirr. KINSMAN A HOWELL.
feb221_. No. 124 EastBay.
?^TEW CROP CLAYED MOLASSES.
100 hhds. 1 Superior New Crop CLAYED MO
70 tierces J LASSES,
Landing ex-schooner Thoa. Miaklmmons, from
150 hhds. bright and heavy MUSCOVADO MO?
50 hhds. Cuba Molasses. Landing ex-brig S.
P. Brown, from Havana.
For sale low from the wharf, by
J. A. ENSLOW A CO.,
Jan 8 12 th tn_No. 141 East Bay street.
JEFFOEDS ?? CO.,
Nos. 17 AND 19 VENDUH BANGE,
Charleston, 8. C., ' ,
OFFBR FOR SALE AT LOWEST MARKET
IS hhds. Choice O. R. SIDES
15 hhds. Rib Sides
20 hhds. Prime Western Shoulders
6,000 lbs. Choice Strips
25,000 lbs. Choice Dry Salted Clear SWes
20,000 lbs. Choice Dry Salted Clear Rib Sides
20.000 lbs. Choice Dry salted Shoulden*
"i,ooo barrels Common to Choice Family naur
76 barrels Common to Choice Whiskey
60 sacks Choice Rio Coffee -*?
100 barrels "Extra C" and "A." Sugars
loo barrels Molasses. jan25 tuwthOmos
.piRUIT! FRUIT! FBUITJ
Jnst received by Schooner Azelda and Laar*
from Baracoa, and now landing at Union Wharf.
1200 bandies choice RED BANANAS.
The same will be Bold low by
' 0. BART A CO.
feb2l_Nos. 66, 6T. and 69 Market'street.
ORANGES! ORANGES! AND PINE?
Snst received fronvnavanaperSchoenerGeorge
Washington, and also landing at Union Wharf.
100.000 Cbolce Sweet ORANGES.
150 dozen PINEAPPLES.
The same will be sold low by
feb21_C. BART A CC.
170 bbls'. Good Bating POTATOES.
For sale low by T. J. KERR t 80.
FRESH ROASTED AND GROUND
Just received, Fresh Roasted Rio and Java OOP
FEES, best quality or each.
Rio and Java Coffees freshly gronnd twice a
We warrant our Ground Coffees to be pure and
entirely free from adulteration.
At the CO-OPKRATIVE GROCERY,
Southwest corner Meei lng and M~"kct streets.
?CST Goods delivered free._. jan21
rJAYLOR'S ALBANY CREAM ALK
A fresh supply of this Celebrated Brand ef ALE
received fresh every week, in barrels and half
bartels. For sale by
JOHN F. O'NEILL A SON.
Agents for South Carolina,
decll No. 167 East Bay.
gEED RICE! SEED RICE I T
700 bushels Prime Gold SEED RICK, threshed
carefully by hand over a log. Only 4 per cent, of
Red. Apply to REEDER A DAVIS,
febia wtuth_Adger'e wm rf.
J^XCELSIOR COTTON SEED.
The Genuine EXCELSIOR S KA ISLAND COTTON
SEED for sale by WM. GURNEY,
No. 102 East Bay and
Jan25 tuthslmo No. 1 Accommodation wharf.
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY AN?
NOUNCE to the public that having bought
out the BRIAD AND CRACKER BAKERV or Mr. R.
S.MILLAR, No. 84 Market street, it will hereafter
bc carried on nuder our name We have thoronghly
renovated, and have greatly Increased the facili?
ties or the same, r lacing us In it position to enable
us to guarantee perfect satis action toad favor?
ing us with their pat rouage. We solicit a shara
of the public patronage.
Bread and Cracker Bakery, No. 84 Market street,
Candy Manufactory, No. 279 King street,
Charleston, S. C.
Charleston, February 19th, 1S70.
MESSRS. KINSMAN BROS., CONFECTIONERS,
or No. 279 King street, having bought ont the
BREAD AND CRACKER BAKERY, No. 84 Mar?
ket street.- formerly owned by me, 1 cheerfully
recommend them to the liberal patronage of my
former patrons and the public generally. They
are preparen, and are now offering for sale, ai
good an article lu this linc as form oty sold by my?
self, and for which my Bakery was so Justly cele?
brated. R. S. MILLAR.
Charleston. February loth. 1870. feb22 2*
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fcbll Opposite Charleston HoteL
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mixtures of any kind. It emits no offensive
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of safety as gas. Chemists pronounce lt the
best and safest Illuminating Oil ever offered to
the public; and Insurance Companies endorse and
urge upon consumers the use of the "Astral" Oil
In preference to any other, lt ls now burned by
thousands or ramilles, and in no Instance has
any accident occurred from its use; a lump Oiled
with lt. If upset and broken, will nut explode. To
prevent adulteration, the "Astral" Oil ls packed
only in the Guaranty Patent Cans, or'l gallon
and 5 gallons each, and each can ts sealed in a
manner that cannot be counterfeited. Every
package with uncut seal we warrant. Be sure
and get none but the genuine article. Pratt's "As
tral" Oil, for sale by dealers everywhere, and at
wholesale aud retail by the proprietors
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No. 108 Fulton street. New York,
Fostomce Box No. S050.
Send for circulars, with testimonials and price
lists. Enclose stamps for copy of the "Astral
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Wuoiesaie Druggists, Charleston, S. 0, deci?