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TEEMS OF THJ? 2YE1VS.
Tam DAILY KETTS, bj mau, one year $6; BLT
montos $3; taree months $- ; one monta 76 cents.
Semd In the city at FIFTEEN CENTS a week, pay a?
ble to the carriers, or $6 a year, palU In advance
at the office.
. TH? TRI-WEEKLT NEWS, published on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, one year $3; six
months $2; and 50 cents a month for any shorter
SUBSCRIPTIONS in all cases payable tn advance,
and no paper continued after the expiration of
Ute tune paid for.
ADVERTISEMENTS.-First Insertion 15 cents a
Une; subsequent insertions io cents a line. Spe?
cial Notices 15 cents a line each insertion. Busi?
ness Notices 20 cents a line each insertion. Mar?
riage and Funeral Notices One Dollar each. Cuts
sad Electrotype Advertisements will be Inserted
on the Fourth Page only. Fifty per cent, addi?
tional charged for Inserting advertisements in
THE TRI-WEEKLT NEWS. Advertisements for
THE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS only, two-thirds of dally
NOTICES 'of Wants, To Bent, Lost and Found,
Boarding, Ac, not exceeding 20 words, 25 cents
each insertion; over 20, and not exceeding 30
words, 40 cents each Insertion; over 30 and not
exceeding 40 words, 50 cents each insertion. All
announcements to be published at these rates
must be paid for In advance.
REMITTANCES should be made by Postofnce
Money Order or by Express. If this cannot be
done, protection against losses by mail may be
secured by forwarding a draft on Charleston pay?
able to the order of the proprietors of THE NEWS,
or by sending the money in a registered letter.
Address RIORDAN. DAWSON A CO.,
No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2?, 1S70.
NJBWB OF THE DAT.
-Gold closed in New York on Saturday at
10J?, the lowest it has yet reached.
-Cotton closed heavy and lower, with sales o?
3000 bales at 23& cents.
-In Liverpool cotton closed on Saturday, up?
lands n.'id. sales 10,000 bales.
-Mr. Bright's health creates deep anxiety in
-A petrified sea-scrpcn: has been found in In:
diana, 180 feet beneath the surface.
-The French Atlantic Telegraph Company, at
their last meeting, declared a dividend of l?i per
cent, for five months.
-In a distance of eleven blocks on Broadway,
New York, there are sixty-three stores and offices
-Tie London Times asserts that the legal ten?
der decision in the United States Supreme Court
restores English confidence in American justice.
-The Sandwich Islands Board of Immigration
hare sent an agent to China to promote thc im?
migration of Chinese to the Islands.
-Baltimore owes $25,000,000, and Philadelphia
over $42,000,000. The aggregate is greater than ;
the national debt at the commencement of thc
-The anniversary celebrations Thursday In
Paris of the proclamation of tho French Republic '
in 184S were very orderly. The police authorities 1
did not disturb the meetings anywhere. 1
-The Hon. Alexander H. Stephens Is Improving .
in health and is In very good spirits. The second J
volume of his work, "A Constitutional Yiew of
the War Between the states," ls now In press. 1
-A cock fight, for $2000 a side, between New <
York and Boston birds on one side, and Albany c
and Troy on the other, was decided in favor of ?
the former at Union Hill, New Jersey, on Tuesday, .
seven to Ave.
-Several severe shocks or earthquake have re- '
cently occurred on thc Island of Hawaii. The t
summit of the volcano of Mannaloa ls shrouded \
In smoke, indicating that tho crater ls again
-The Mormon preachers have been warned out
of the Tillage of East Meadows, Long Island, by
o vigilance committee, on pain or beinjr mobbcil.
They left for Pitchoque, but are expected tore- t
turn, when a serious disturbance ls feared.
-The question is mooted as to whether the ca
dets, whose positions were obtained by purchase, I
can be dismissed; and it ls reported that thc At- t
torney-Oen^ral has decided that they cannot, but, j
however that be, thc law clearly empowers thc j
President to make the removals in his discretion.
-The New Orleans Picayune says: "How the
whirligig of time bring* around his revenges. *
For more than forty years the people or New j
Orleans have beca Importing their supplies of icc (
. from the North. New Orleans now manufacturas j
its own Icc by steam, and recently the Louisiana
Ice Company received an order from Philadelphia t
for Arty tons of ice. Wc shall be supplying Boston <
-The London Times has an editorial on thc i
scene In the court-room on Thursday last, at the
trial of thc Lady Mordaunt divorce case. The
Times says the en or of thc Prince of Wales was
due to the carelessness or his reputation and heed- j
lessness In the matter of personal intimacies (
which are forbidden to Royalty. Prince Albert's
example was faultless, and thc Prince oi Wales '
will learn from it and exemplify a Ufo free even
from the semblance or levity.
-For some weeks past a newspaper, handbill
and opera hortse war has prevailed in Chicago,'
between thc Chicago Times and the Lydia Thomp?
son Burlesque Troupe. The wordy con test culmi?
nated on Thursday in Lydia intercepting the
editor, Mr. Story, on his way to dinner, and, with
thc assistance of three of her associate b'.ondes
and four male friends, applied a couple of blows
to the object of her venom willi a rawhide carried
for the purpose. The police separated the com?
batants and carried tho assaulting crowd to thc
police office, where they were required to give
,. bar. for a breach or the peace. We want no such
flery blondes In this latitude.
-A Washington dispatch says: "The cadetshlp
investigation is in confusion, and it is difficult io
determine to what extent the committee will
further push the examination. Letters and tele?
grams come to them from all quarters charging
presentand ex-members with sales of eadetshlps,
and one of these thus charged is In a very high
position. Whittemore allejes that one or the
committee who signed Hie recommendation lor
his expulsion has been In thc business, and that
his letters are extant to prove it. lt is expected
that Butler will oiler a resolution instructing the
committee to inquire who it was that offered Keg?
ler Ave hundred dollars for Whittemore's letter,
and report rurther says Fernando Wood was that
-The rate or thc steamship City of Boston,
which lort New York on the 23th ult. for Liver?
pool, is still In suspense. Til ree days after her de?
parture she passed Halifax, since whish time noth?
ing reliable has been heard from her. She was due
in Liverpool ou t he Gili inst., and is therefore nino
teen days late. The City of Boston. If disabled,
whether by accident io her machinery or by a
gale, would be la a part o? the Atlantic whence
escape must be very slow. At this season of the
year the Gulf stream crosses the ocean at a lower
parallel or tatitnd? than In summer, and the dis?
abled ship, ir such be the case, would probably be
tn a part of thc sea where she wouid lind but lit?
tle ir a Dy current to drift her either towards the
Irish coast or towards the Azores. Fortunately,
the City of Boston has on board over eighty days'
provisions, and lt ls deemed not improbable that
she ls moving towards the Bay ot Biscay.
-The New York World, in aa editorial article
commenting on the low rate of gold on Thurs?
day, says: ' Thc most important cause of the re?
duction ls one with which the government has
bail nothing to do. as it has no control over the
weather and thc seasons. The decline In gnni
has resulted from several causes, of which the
most important is tho abundance or the cotton
crop. Our cluer use for gold ls in the purchase of
foreign commodities, and cotton being as good
for this purpose as gold itself, aa abundant cot?
ton crop di ?piases with .va equivalent value in
gi.'.d for thc par?os : or foreign commerce. Ac?
cording to the mist reen: estimates, the cot?
ton crop of t!:e las: year dees not fall I
short or :l:rce ::;:::!~:i bales; and, a; j
the price 13 double, tum crop is equal In
value to six million bulss previous to
the war. We hare accordingly, at present, little
ase for gold except for the payment of duties at
the Customhouse. The supply ls tn excess of the
demand, and, as a necessary consequence, the
price falls, riie abundance of the cot ton crop has
operated in another manner. It Ms carried into
the South large sums of money of which only a
part hos been returned. Three million bales of
cotton, at present prices, are worth about $C50,
000,000. The planters reserve out of their proceeds
the money they will need for Ullage, wages and
family ei enses until thc next crop is brought to
market; and the deficiency of banks in that sec?
tion causes mach of this money to be locked up
In private sares and desks, thus withdrawing it
from circulation and practically diminishing the
volume of thc currency. The effect is, so far as it
goes, to lessen the disparity between the value or
gold aud the vainc of greenbacks."
Tiie City Council and thc Fire Depart?
We are informed that the prec?ntate ac?
tion of City Counc il upon the Ordinance
in relation to tho Fire Department, intro?
duced and read three times on Thurs?
day last, was made necessary by two con?
siderations: L That the C03t of the depart?
ment, for the year ending December 31st,
must be kepi within the appropriation of
$30,000; and 2. That so many new compa?
nies were pressing for admittance that it was
sound policy to limit thc maximum strength
of the department.
There is some force in both of these rea?
sons. As the Ordinance now stands, the lire
companies will receive pay at the old rate
for January and February, and at the re?
duced rate for the remaining tea months of
the year. This will give the steamers two
thousand dollars for the year, and the baud
engines nine hundred and sixty dollars.
But had action on the Ordinance been de?
fended until a subsequent meeting, the city
would have had to pay for Mareil at the old
rate, and we understand that for this reason
the City Treasurer urgently advised that the
Ordinance be passed at once. The propriety
of limiting the number of companies of
which thc department shall be composed
cannot be denied. The department is strong
euough now, and the addition of other com?
panies would increase its expense without
adding to its efficiency.
This, in general terms, is the position oc?
cupied by the City Council in regard to the
the Fire Department. We see no reason to
change our opinion that the hot haste of the
Council was unwise and unjust. The bill
could have been introduced when the Appro?
priation bill wa3 presented, and this would
have given time for reflection and discussion.
Nor have we heard any valid reasou for not
submitting the matter, iu the lirst instance,
to the Bourd of Firemasters. This would
lave given the Council au expression of the
eeliug of the whole department, and would
mve given it some foundation for its action,
itt the same time we do not hesitate to ex
tfess tbe opinion that a limitation of the
lumber of companies in the department,
loapled with n reduction in the annual pay
)f the companies, was, under the circum
itances, about the best step that could have
leen taken; and we advise our firemen, as
bey value the peace and security of the city,
o make the best of their reduced pay and !
vait patiently for better times.
The Citizens' Party Convention.
The Columbia Thcehix, in its issue of Fri?
lay, says that the opponents of Radicalism j
n South Carolina are agreed upon certain ;
mints; which points are-that there must
>e a generous and general rally in behalf of i
?olitical reform; that the political and civil j
ight3 now enjoyed by the freedmen must 1
is acknowledged; that the Opposition must
tddress itself to living issnes, and must bo
irogressive'and in sympathy with the spirit
if 'n?ustrJal development and popular en
ighteninent; and that the Opposition must
;o belora the State pledged to the principle
if fair play and justice to all, to the putting
jf able and honest men into office, to the
aonest and cheap administration of our State
Government, to the development of our
wealth, and to the encouragement of immi?
gration. So far, there is no difference of
opinion, but the question has arisen, how
shall the fight be made, and under what ban?
ner ? And the. PJtcenix suggests that "in
.?due time," a convention of the Alitl-Radi
cals assemble und "snggcsl a platform
' upon which wn may all bo able to meet and
41 light the good right of Carolina's rcdenip
A convention- of the Opposition, or, as
we prefer to call it, tiie Citizens' Party,
is necessary, of course, to secure unity
of action where unity of purpose already
exists. But to call the convention next
month, or tho next, or the next, would ex?
pose the whole movement to imminent dan?
ger-of disaster and defeat. In. thc first place,
it is impossible, in this State, to maintain the
ardor and enthusiasm of the people for any
long period of time. If a convention were
held now the whole people would be tired
out long before the dawuing of the day which
decides our destiuy. And. besides this, there
is the pregnant fact that the whole aspect of
alTairs may change at any moment. Unex?
pected strength or unlooked for weakness
may bc developed where and when we least
expect it, and who shall say that tiie men
and the measures titted for to-day are those
best adapted to a battle that shall be joined
six mouths hence? Again, the people need
time, before the hurly-burly begins, to digest
the views submitted to them, an .1 to prepare
themselves for the contest. The work of the
press is not yet done. Nor arc the people
ready to commence the right.
These considerations force u3 to the con?
clusion that thc Anti-Radical Convention
should be deferred as long as possible. Two
months is long enough for a campaign that
should bc short, sharp and decisive. Then
we can work with a will, arri with a faith
that shall fear no defeat. Let the conven?
tion be dilled at a very late day; let it repre?
sent fairly and fully all the voters of the State;
let its platform be broad and long and strong;
and the redemption of the State is as cer?
tain and us sure as the coining of thc mor?
RADICAL rumor hath it that Representa?
tive. H?ge means to clinch the question of
his own purity, in the matter of appointing
cadets, by nominating for a cadetsiiip, at un
early day, the son of one Ol hid black con?
stituents. Tli.it will certainly be very loyal
and disinterested on the part of H?ge : but
the boy, we take it. will bo ap:, for a tune
at least, to have a nica tittie ui it among ??is
EVERY SATURDAY. An Illustrated Journal of |
Choice Reading. Boston :. Fields, Osgood &
Co. Five dollars a year In advance.
This well known claimant for popular favor
has already been commended in these columns
to the favorable consideration of the public,
and it is only desired at this time to direct at?
tention to the full and attractive prospectus
printed this morning. Every Saturday is now
the bc3t paper of its class published in Ameri?
ca, and reaches nearest to the level of the
standard English Journals. It is conducted
with taste, tact and enterprising liberality, and
no pains are spared to make it a model of ex?
cellence in literature and in art.
THE ECLECTIC MAGAZINE. New York : E. R.
The March number of The Eclectic is richly
freighted with general literature and contem?
poraneous criticism. The embellishment, or
frontispiece, is a portrait of William Cullen
Bryant, of whose life a short sketch is given.
The leading paper in length, and not the least
in interest, is the Edinburgh Review's article
on thc Due d'Aumale's "Lives of the Conde's."
This is followed by a thoughtful article, from
Fraser's Magazine, on tho obvious losses as
contrasted with thc gains of popular knowl?
edge. Thc paper on Lord Rosse's telescope,
as set to the new work of spectroscopic analy?
sis, is deeply Interesting. Professor Seeley's
able articles on "Islam" are brought to a close,
and there ls a third paper on "Lambeth and
the Archbishops." Tennyson's new poems are
carefully reviewed, and thc reader is given
entire the famous chapter of Mr. Fronde's his?
tory, describing the execution of Mary Stuart,
which has excited so much criticism. The
life of Koenig, the inventor of thc steam press,
is attractively done; and the paper upon dear
old "Robinson Crusoe" is an agreeable re?
minder of boyhood's brightest and happiest
hours. The literary notices, and departments
of poetry and science, are as excellent as usual.
Mr. Fogartie, of King street, is the Charles?
ton agent lor Tte Eclectic. '
HOUSES, FARMS, STORES, ROOMS,
Ac, now vacant, can readily be rented
advertising them la rbis column. The rate ls
cents for twenty words or less, each insertion,
paid In advance._
TO RENT, THE BRICK STORE ANI
DWELLING No. 15 King-street. Apply
No 54 King-street. frog 4?
PART OF A HOUSE TO RENT. PLEAS?
ANTLY situated, with every convenience,
being occupied by a very small family. Most of
can bc had If desired. felvis mtl:
TO RENT, A LARGE STORE IN KIN(
Street. Apply to Ii. H. RAYMUND, comer i
nattery and Water street. Jana; 1 fmw
TO RENT, THAT WELL LOCATED
Store. No. 12S Mewing street, two doors
south or Market street. Apply to THEODORE
STONEY. Vanderltorst Wharf._feblj mt li
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE TWO AND
a half story House, No. 4 Mary street, oppo?
site Elizabeth street. Apply io WM. BYRNE,
corner of Church and Chalmers streets. febio
REAL ESTATE OR PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY of any kind may be advertised for
salo in this column, at the rate or 25 cents for
twenty words or less, each Insertion, ir paid in
FOR SALE, THE LOT CORNER STATE,
Cumberland and Phlladelplua strects; llOx
VS! feet with Dwelling and stable ou one comer,
by J. C. H. CLAUSSEN.
FOR SALE. ONE IRON CHIMNEY,
15 luches diameter, 3J feet long; two se.
coud hand Cylinder Kollers; 3 feet diameter,
feet long, by J. C. H. CLAUSSEN.
?^OR SALE, SEVEN MILCH COWS
. and CALVES. Apply to E. KEENAN. Mount
I'leasunt. febis ~
FOR SALE.-TWENTY THOUSAND
BRICKS can bc purcbascrl at n low rate, by
immediate application. Address P. 0. Box Nu.
Iii, Charleston. S. C._ftrtHW
FOR SALE OP. RENT. THE THREE
Story BRICK DWELLING, corner Calhoun
iud Smith streets. Has fourteen Rooms. Brick
Kitchen, and large Lot. One or the most desira?
bles Residences in the City. Apply at No. <tf
Church street._fnhjW wwf-4?
KENTUCKY MULES AND HOUSE*, AT
thc Kentucky Sale Stable. No. 00 Church
stiect. between Chalmers nod Broad strei-?. A
hitor Youug Broke MULES and HORSES on salo
for cash or city acceptance. IL OAK.M.VN.
PRINTING PRESS FOR SALE AT A
G HEAT BARGAIN^-One small Cylinder TAY?
LOR PRESS In complete repair, lt has been but
little used, and is sold simply because the present
owner has no use for lt. Hie size of the bed of
the Press ls forty-four by fifty-eight Inches. Said
Press will be sold at a great bartram if applied for
at once, ari the room lt occupies ls wanted for
other purposes. Addresss Box No. 3765 New York
Pos tomeo. nept-20
Dissolutions of <?apattnsrsi)tp.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
Notice is hereby given that the Copartner
slop heretofore existing bet wo? n THOMAS J.
WilARioN aud JAMES G. MO KRISTO, nailer the
Firm of WHARTON A M'iFKETT in .Sew York,
and MOFFATT ? WHARTON in Charleston, was
dissolved on thc 2d of November last, bv its own
limitation. THOMAS J. WHARTON,
feb2S 3* JAMES ti. MOPFETT.
VTJ.C2LY FURNISHED ROOMS AND
i^i BOARD at Mrs. MILLER'S. No. C Hudson
l'est ano .fauna.
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, ls 25 cents, if paid
LOST, A WHITE COW, WITH BROKEN
born. A suitable reward will bc given for
us recovery. Apply at this oillce. felvis 2*
itiillinern, .fatten iSooos, &t.
PRING AND SUMMER IMPORTATION
1 8 7 0 .
MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & CO.,
IMrOKTER3 AND JOBUEttS OK
BONNET TRIMMING AND VELVET RIBBONS,
BONNET SILKS, SATINS AND VELVETS,
BLONDS. NETS, CRAPES, RUCHES,
Straw Bonnets and Ladles' nats. Trimmed and
Untrimmed, Shaker Hoods, Ac.
Nos. 237 and 230 BALTIMORE STREET,
Otter thc largest Stock to be fourni in this Coun?
try, and uneouallcd in Choice Variety and Cheap?
ness, comprising the Latest Parisian Novelties.
Orders solicited, aud prompt attention given.
..RED AS A ROSE 13 SHE ;" by author or
..Cometh up as a Flower," at the Hasel street Ba?
zaar. Price 55 ceuts. , reblT
Q L 0 S E T P A P E R~,
FIFTY CENTS REAM
HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
TF YOU WANT NOTE, LETTER AND
X CAP PAPERS aud ENVELOPES, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel
Cairisston, a. C. dccit tfniua
niants: JJ i
TTTANTS OF ALL KINDS CAN BE
Vf made known to everybody la thia column
at the rate of 25 cents for twenty words or less.
each Insertion. If paid In advance.
WANTED, A MILCH GOAT. APPLY
at this offlce. fcb28 2
WANTED, A BOY ABOUT 15 TO
assist in housework. Apply at No. 31
Meeting street. feb2S*
WANTED, A COLORED WOMAN,
without any incumbrancc, ro cook and
make herself useful for H small family of two.
Apply at No. S7 Cannon street. fel>28 1*
WANTED, A COLORED WOMAN, WITH
with good recommendations, to Cook for
a small family. Applv at No. 92 Wentworth
street, between Glebe and Coming. feb2S2*
WANTED TO PURCHASE, FIVE TO
six thousand acres LAND in Charleston or
Colieton County. Apply personally, or by letter,
giving description of thc Land offered, to Z. B.
OAK KS, Real Estate Broker, No. 4 Broad-street.
WANTED, A COLORED BOY TO GO
to market, nnd make himself generally
usefull at HENRY'S RETREAT, No. 107 East Bay.
WANTED TO PURCHASE, ONE LARGE
size good STRAW CUTTER; one large
size goodFannlngMill; one good farm Cart; one
good English Riding Saddle and Bridle, by J. C. II.
CLAUSSEN. feb2S 2
WANTED, A WHITE GIRL AS CHAM?
BERMAID AND SEAMSTRESS. German
preierrcd. Also, a colored Waltlngman. Must
Fie well recommended. Apply at No. 23 George
si reet. feb281*
WANTED. A WOMAN TO COOK FOR
a family of three and make herself gener?
ally useful. Apply at No. 156 Meeting street.
HANDS WANTED.-TWELVE f^OD
plantations hands to work on a healthy
place in thc up country. Liberal wages will be
paid for either white or colored. Apply at Ice
House, corner Church and Market streets.
p ARDEN ER WANTED TO GO TO AU
VX GUSTA, GEORGIA.-A competent colored
Gardener, a single man preferred. He will be ex?
pected to live on thc premises in Augusta, Geor?
gia, and make himself generally useful. Applv,
with recommendations, to CU1S0LM BROTHERS.
WANTED, A SMALL, COMFORTABLE
HOUSE In a respectable neighborhood.
Apply at this office. feb23 tutti?
A DAY MADE AT HOME ! 40
it) entirely new ar'lcles for Agents. Sam?
ple* sent free. Address H. t?. SHAW, Alfred, Me.
WANT BD, A FIRSTRATE WAITING
MAN, with good recommendations. None
else will answer. Apply immediately, at No. 14
Smith street. feh25 fm2*
WANTED, TWO OR THREE ROOMS,
pleasantly situated, near the central part
or the City. Address X. Y. Z., NEWS Otllcc.
WANTED, A THREE STORY RESI?
DENCE, roar rooms to the floor, and out?
buildings. Address Letter Box 109. feh24 6
WANTED, A HOUSE, NEAR THE
central part or the city. Address W.,
NEWS ofllce. feb23
WANTED, A GOOD COOK AND
WASHER. Recommendations required.
Apply at southeast corner Queen und Trapmau
EMPLOYMENT WANTED BY A YOUNG
MAN or Industrious habits, and with good
references. Wholesale Grocery preferred. Apply
at this oitlce. febl?
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that JOB PRINTING of all kinds, plain
and ornamental, is executed promptly iu the
neatest style ami at thc lowest New York prices,
at TUB NEWS Job om ce. No. 140 EAST BAY. Call
and examine the scale of prices before giving yoar
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS PER WEEK.
Don't complain of hard times when you
have a competency within your reach. Agents,
both male and female, are making $100 per week
selling our new work, PLAIN HOME TALK AND
MEDICAL COMMON SENSE. They have no com?
petition; there never was a book published like it;
anybody can sell lt; everybody buys lt. Send for
circular containing table or contents nf this won?
derful work. Address WELLS 4 COFFIN, No. 432
Broome street. New York. febl? Imo
CHARLES D. CARR A CO.,
II ASE I. ST II SET, N E A K KINO,
Are now receiving a well selected stock of
CHINA MATTINGS, 4-4, 5-? and 0-4 wide, In
White, Check and Fancy.
They would coll attention to thc fact that, In or?
der to make room Tor thc SPRING STOCK, they
arc offering their Stock ur CARPETS at greatly re?
duced prices. feb23 1
rpHE CELEBRATED THOROUGHBRED
X Stallion "JONCE HOOPER" will stand this
season in Spring street, near King.
Terms-$25 thc scacon und $1 to the grcom,
payable in advance.
For pedigree and any other particulars, apply
at No. ii Vanderhnrst iVhnrr jan31 mwf
IF YOU WANT YOUR PRINTING DONE
In Fine Style ami ut Reasonable Rates, go to
So. VU Meeting street,opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. S. C. dec 14 ?mos
TF YOU WANT PAPER BAGS, FLOUR
X SACKS, ami Hugs or every description, go to
EDWARD PE RUY.
So. 155 Meeting street opposite Charleston Hotel,
charleston, s. C. decu ?mos
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only in thc dunant; Patent Cans, of i gallon
and 6 gallons each, aid each can Ls scaled ma
manner that cannot be counterrelted. Every
package with intent ?eal we warrant. Be sure
and get nonebut thorenulne article, Pratt's "As?
tral" Oil, ror sale by dealers everywhere, and at
wholesale and retail !w the proprietors
OIL HOUSE0F CHARLES PRATT,
No. loSFulton street. New York,
Postofllce Box No. 3060.
Send for circulars.with testimonials ann price
lists. Enclose stanps for copy of the "Astral
For sale by GOODRICH W1NEMAN St CO.,
Wholesale Drngglst.s Charleston. S. C. declfl
WADE & CO.'i BLACK AND COLORED
PRINTING NKS. The best now used by
all Printers. For sac at manufacturers prices by
No. 155 Meeting street,
fehlt Opposite Charleston Hotel.
IF YOU WAN'.' SCHOOL AND TEXT
BOOKS or all knds, cheaper than you CMI
purchase elsowhcrcgo to
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TO ORDER, an. of the best material, to any
pattern, go to
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rpo THE WOIKING CLASS.-WE ARE
JL now prepare? to furnish all classes with
constant em:iloy mat at home, the whole or the
time, or ror "the sp.re moments. Business new,
light und profitable. Persons of either sex easily
earn from 50 cents 0 $d uer evening, and a pro?
portional sum by derating their whole time to the
business. Bays nnl girls carn nearly as much a3
men. That au wh'sce this notice may scud their
address, and test tie business, wc make this un*
paralleled offer : T? such aa nre not well satisfied,
we will send $1 to my for the trouble or writing.
Full particulars, a/aluahle sample, which will do
lo commence wor: on, and a copy of -'The Peo?
ple's Literary Conpanion"-one or the largest
and best rar?iily ?ews-papers published -all sent
free bv mall. Reider, If you want permanent,
rodrable wo?-k, aldres3 E. C. ALLEN 4 CO.,
GJSHla, Maine. jaalT limes
ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY.-THE REG?
ULAR Meeting of tho St. Andrew's Society
will be held at the South Carolina Hall THIS
EVENING, at 7 o'clock.
feb?8 ROBERT M. GORDON. Secretary.
TTTASIIINGTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE
TT COMPANY.-AU Adjourned Meeting of
your Compauy will be held at vour Hall, THIS
EVENING, theisth Inst., at 7 o'clock.
CHARLES Y. RICHARDSON,
fcbas _Secretary W. F. C.
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, No. 9, A. F. M.
The Regular Communication of this Lodge,
win be held THIS EVE.SINO, at Masonic Hall, at 7
o'clock. Memhersand Candidates will please be
punctual. By order of the W. M.
J. H. LOEB.
SOUTH CAROLINA MEDICAL ASSO?
CIATION.-The Annual Meeting of this Asso?
ciation will be held In the City of Columbia on the
SECOND WEDNESDAY in March, the 9th.
Delegates will be passed on the Railroads for
Arrangements have been made for Board at
the Columbia Hotels at reduced prices.
CouDty Societies are allowed one delegate to
every Ave of its regular members.
J. S. BUIST, M. D.,
j?-The Edgcfleld Advertiser. Spartanburg Spar?
tan, Columbia Phoenix. Georgetown Times, Sum?
ter News, Wlnnsboro' News und Herald, Barnwell
Sentinel will please copy and send bills tc F. L.
Parker, M. D., Treasurer, at Charleston, S. C.
feb IO wsS DO '
MEDICAL COLLEGE OF THE STATE
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Thc Commencement Exercises of the Medical
College of the State or South Carolina will take
place To-MoKnow, thc 1st of March, at the Hail of
the College, In Queen street, a: 10 o'clock A. M.
After the conferring of tho Degrees, an Address
to the Graduates will be delivered by the Hon. H.
D. LBSESNE, President of thc Board of Trustees.
The members of the Medical Profession, and the
public generally, are respectfully Invited to be
present. F. M. ROBERTSON, M. D.,
feb23 l Dean or the Faculty.
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By special arrangement willi foreign authors
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By special arrangement with Mr. CHAIII.ES
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multaneously with thc i .ipearance of thc story in
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lust such a glimpse ls furnished as ls provocative
of the very tasto wc are most anxious to see In?
creasing among our young people of the South.
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of letters; in short, lt is just the kind or Journal to
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AROUND THE WORLD
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The Large Double Weekly
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$3 50 per Annum.
?3-Sample Copies Free.
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dec31 New York.
I L L I A M A. COURTENAY,
SAPPING AND GENERAL COMMIS3IO
AQENT OF THE NEW YORK AND SOUTH CAR
LINA STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
No. 1 UNION WHARVES,
ftbistn^fmti Charleston S. C.
^ C A D E M Y ?F MUSIC.
?3BB.MB, JNO. T. FOE
THI3 (MONDAY) EVENING, FEB. 28.
ORIGINAL FAIRY PANTOMIMIC
THE FAIR ONE WITH GOLDEN LOCKS;
THE PAIR ONE WITH GOLDEN LOCKS;
THB FAIR ONE WITH GOLDEN LOCKS;
THE FAIR ONE WITH GOLDEN LOCKS;
TUE FAIR ONE WITH GOLDEN LOCKS;
New Scenery. Beautiful Music.
New Scenery. Beautiful Music.
New Scenery. Beautiful Music.
Hlegant Dresses. Wonderful Tricks.
Elegant Dresses. Wonderful Tricks.
Elegant Dresses. Wonderful Tricks.
Box ornee open all day for securing seats.
Q_RAND MASQUERADE BALL
GERMAN RIFLE CLUB,
AT THE HALL OF
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
On MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1870.
Tlckets*may be procured from thc Committee
No one will be allowed to enter the Ball-room
before 12 o'clock without being masked.
No Tickets sold at the door.
The Committee reserve the right of identifica?
TEE COMMITTEE :
TIL SPENGLER, F. VON SANTEN,
F. PUCK HABER, Jr., J. P. MERKHARDT,
F. HEINTZ, G. OPPEL,
AUC. G EIL FUSS, JOHN KLATTE,
GEO. LOGEMANN, C. H. BERGMANN.
South Carolina Railroad Slock
Bank of Charleston Stock.
Apply to JAMES M. SUACKELFOBD,
fel)28 2 Broker. No. 14 Broad street.
Cr A MB It I IJ IV,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
'*M.UN STREET, COLVMDIA, S. C.
Will buy and sell
GOLD AND SILVER COIN, COUPONS, BANK
Collections solicited, which will be promptly at?
REFEBENCES.- George AV. Williams A Co., Taft A
Howland, L. Gamuril & Co., Charleston, S. C.;
Woodward, Baldwin A Co.. C. A. Gambrlll A Co.,
Baltimore; Woodward, Baldwin A Co., New
York. Janot mwflmo
JTU 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
400 tons No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, from the
Gaari ape islands.
According tn analysis this Guano contains not
quite as much nmmoifia. luir is otherwise fully us
good as the Chlucha Island Guano. Price $00 per
ton. 2240 lbs. For sale by
reina T. J. KERR A CO.
QFFICE OF THE
NEV: YOKE. January io, 1S70.
TUE PAID UP CAPITAL IS.31,?S,300 00
TnE COJirANY HAS THC FOLLOWING ASSETS:
Cash In Bankaud iu England.. ?660.406 ?1
Government bonds, demand ami bond
and mortgage loans. 335,450 00
Heal estate, bank and railroad stocks
and bonds. 527,293 IS
Bills receivable aud premiums due... 897,330 41
Reinsurance, salvage and sundry ac?
counts. 259,989 79
1 $2,680,474 89
Freights and Cargoes insured ac this office to
md from all ports in the world at the current pre
nlum in gold or currency, as may be desired.
Certificates are Issued under which losses are
nade payable at the Company's Bankers in Ldn
lon or Liverpool, and are available with Banker
ibroad and at home as collateral security.
A Cash Discount from thc current rate will be
.nade os equivalent to Scrip Dividends oi Mutual
Companies, if desired, when negotiating the
IVM. C. PICKERSGILL, RICHARD LATHERS?
.VM. H. GcioN, JOHN R. GARDNER,
JAUL. D. BABCOCK, HENRY F. SPACLDLVG,
IAMES M. BROWN, WILSON G. Hr.vr,
s". CHANDLER, J. B. JOHNSTON,
.VM. M. EVARTS, GEO. W. BEE,
IOU* ALLEN, ROIIEBT SPEDDINO,
fnoMAS SLOCOMB, GEO. W. HENNINGS,
WT. BUTLER DCNCAN. CHAS. LCLINO,
loit.v J. CRANE. JOHN L. ASPINWALL,
JrtAS. G. LANDON, JACOB DE NEUFYILLE,
d. A. SORCHA*, HENRY M. TABER,
3. C. BALDWIN, NATHL. B. WEED,
"RANK PHELPS, FREDK. SCUUCHARDT,
AMES T. SOUTTER. GEO. WESTFELDT,
JOHN A. PARKER, President
ALEXR. MACKAY. Vice-president.
W. T. LOCKWOOD, Secretary.
p R . DAUER,
MUSIC DEALER. Plano Tuner, Teacher of Tio
In, Flute and Guitar. Repairer of Musical Istru
Hitchcock's Five and Ten cents Music always
BALLS AND PARTIES furnished with the best
,nd most fashionable Music lately received from
?urope at moderate prices. Apply at No. 449
?lng street, four doors above Calhoun.
ji O E S A L E .
160 barrels STROP .tr
60 barrels Goleen Syrup
150 barrels Prime Potatoes
5 hogsheads Prime Shoulders.
For sale by JOHN A THEO. GETTY,
feb281_North Atlantic Wharf.
?JORN! COEN! CORN !
1500 bushels prime White CORN landing.
For sale by R. M. BUTLER A SON,
feb28 2 Foot of Vendue Range.
jy^ARTIN'S PALMETTO HAMS. '
25 tierces MARTIN'S PALMETTO HAMS, a cholse
article, and well known in this market.
For sate by HENRY COBIA k CO.
5300 bushels Prime White CORN landing at At
?antlc Wharf, aad for sale In bulk, or with bags,
low by WEST A JONES.
J) INK EYE POTATOES-TO ARRIVE.
loo bbls. (Yellow) Pink Eve POTATOES, selected
ed for seed. For sale bv
RIECKE A SCHACHTE,
feb23 wfm3 Vendue Range.
30 hhds. Superior Grocery SUGAR, lately arriv?
ed from Matanzas, and for sale low to close con?
signments by W. P. HALL,
febis frew's_Brown A Co.'s Wharf.
EHINE WINE, FRANKER WINE, AND
underslgred takes the liberty to lnforra his
frier's and thc public In general, especially those
who are fond of a good glass of wine, thaWie
has just received several casks of excellent
RHINE, FRANKER, AND MOSEL WINE, and wUl
dispose of the same by the barrel, gallon, bottle
or glass, at reasonable rates. J. M. MARTIN,
dec22 wfmSmo No. 36 Market street.
ORN AND' -FLOUR.
9250 bushels Prime White CORN, In sacks
250 bbls. Super aud Fine Flour.
Landing from Brig "Minnie Miller," from Balti?
more. For sale by T. J. KERR k CO.
FISH ROES, SALMON, SMOKED
TONGUES AND FULTON MARKET BEEF.
A supply of the above received this week, at
the CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY,
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
?ey Goods delivered free._feb23
JjiRUIT! FRUIT! FRUIT!
Just received by Schooner Azelda and Laura
from Baracoa, and now landing at Union Wharf.
1200 buncbes choice RED BANANAS.
The same will be sold low by
C. BART k CO.
feb21_Nos. 55, 67, and 59 Market 3treet.
ORANGES! ORANGES! AND PINE?
APPLES! ' -
Just received from Havana per Schooner George
Washington, and also landing at Union Wharf.
100,000 Choice Sweet ORANGES.
150 dozeu PINEAPPLES.
The same will be sold low by
feb21_C. BART A CO.
pOTATOES! POTATOES !
170 bbls. Good Eating POTATOES.
For sale low by T. J. KERR k CO.
rjlAYLOR'S ALBANY CREAM ALE
A fresh supply of this Celebrated Brand of 4)LE
received fresh every week, In barrels and half
barrels. For sale by
JOHN F. O'NEILL k SON.
Agents for South Carolina,
decll No. 16Z East Bay.
ftgricnltnre, ^orticnltare, &t.
E E D BICE.
1500 bushels GOLD
1000 bushels WHITE.
Well prepared and comparatively pure. For
sale by W. O. BEE k CO.,
feb2S mwf5 Adder's Wharf.
EED RICE FOR SALE.
200 bushels Prime GOLD SEED RICE
1500 bushels Prime White Seed Rice.
By J. D. AIKEN A CO.,
feb26 3_South Atlantic Wharf.
For sales, 250 bushels Selected FRIPP SEED.
Sold with a guarantee. Apply to
S. L. HOWARD Av BRO.,
feb23 6 Boyce A Co.'s Wharf.
(Eigars, tobacco, #c.
LFRED A. DARBOT,
AGENT FOR THE CHARLESTON BRANCH
HAVANA CIGAR FACTORY,
No. 118 EAST BAY STREET.
Fine Havana Tobacco, manufactured exclusive?
ly by Cuban workmen, will, with skill, produce
CIGARS equal in quality, style and fragrance to
the best brands known.
The attention of ni" friends and the publft ts
respectfully called to . >. ollowlug select stock of
CIGARS now on hand:
HAVANA CIGARS, from $70 to $150 per M.
Regalia Brit?nica La Valentina
Brit?nica Cilandrado La Espanola
Brevas La Espanola
Conchas La valentina
Londres Lu Valentina
Flor Prensado Figaro
Londres Flor Jenny Lind
Londres Superior Jenny Lind
Londres De Corte Figaro
DOMESTIC CIGARS, from $30 to $60 per M.
Londres y Zcpeda
Conchas La Vlrlato Flor
La Carolina Media Regalia
La VIriato Conchas Pals,
p GADSDEN H A S ELL,
Charleston, S. 0.
Mv Bnsiness as FACTOR and COMMISSION
MERCHANT ceases this date. Mr. P. GADSDEN
HASELL succeeds me, and I respectfully ask for
him the courtesy heretofore extended to me.
GEORGE H. HOPPOCK,
C .artest on. January 31.1870. febl mwfimo
PORTRAIT AND PICTURE FRAME MANUFAC?
No. 345 Knco STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
Old Frames Regflt equal to new. Looking
glasses of all sizes titted to Frames.
Just received, au assortment of fine Cbromos
and Engravings. decs wfm3mo,j
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
SALES OF REAL ESTATE. STOCKS. BONDS
SECURITIES AND PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY ATTENDED TO.
NO. 27 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
REFERENCES.-Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. j MA?
GRATH, Esq., Geueral JAMES CONNER. T E.
WARING. ESQ. oru
BROKER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 48 BROAD STREET.
Charleston, s. C.
Stocks, Bonds and Gold bought, carried ant
sold short m New York City. Mt
Particular attention paid to the purchase aa -
sale of ad kinds of Southern SeeuirtlesT^