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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON ? CO..
. No. 140 East Bay, Charleston, S.C.
Wit &hntkpUn 'Xms.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY U, 1871.
?m^TKB PRICE OP SUBSCRIPTION
FOR THE "DALLY NEWS" IS NOW
EIGHT DOLLARS A YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
FEWS OF THE DAT.
-In New Yorfc, yesterday, gold closed at
-Cotton closed dnll and heavy at noon quota?
tions-uplands: lf?c; sales 5965 bales.
-bi Liverpool, at noon, cotton was dull and
.unchanged; uplands 7 ?id; Orleans "id; sales
-Berlin has subscribed $60,000 to the French
-The great French fleet never captured a sin?
gle Prussian man-of-war. The Prussians, how
erer.oapt^red four French gunboats on the in ?ana -
-The opening of the Young Men's Mercantile
Library on Sunday, in Cincinnati, has raised a
storm of indignation against lt anions the
-Therels said to h?: a fearful -probability' that
the insoluble problem or the "Schleswig-Holstein
. question" will succeed the present war in Euroi y
as an annoyance to mankind. . ~
-Fashion rep er: e rs announce a dirtied ty In re?
porting the toilet:es at Washington receptions.
The same .set of ladies attend ail rho ra?op dona,
anil nearly au of them wear the 'same dresses
over and over again.
-The German's at Indianapolis rejoiced over
the-fall of Paris by making a pretzel that ls large
enough to feed one hundred men. It took a bar
rei or flon rand-over one bu oared- po ana? Of salt,
to make that pretzel. -? . .? ?
-A prominent publisher, of Lelpzic, Edward
? Zrell, presented to the German army in France
20,000 copies of the "Watch am Rhein," hand?
somely illustrated. The Queen of Prussia, hear?
ing of the circumstance, sent him a beautiful and
costly vase, with a painting or Ehrenbretstein
anti the Shine upon lt. . j
-The circulation of the London Telegraph is
nearly two hundred thousand a day. Since the
war the Dally News has made great strides m
' consequence of the superiority of its- war corres?
pondence, "Lately 1thad thirty-eight columns of
advertisements. The Standard, the only Tory
morning London dally, declines in estimation.
-Tinder the head or "Mosby as a Banker,'' a
Washington paper saysi "Colonel John S. Mosby,
of gu-rtna notoriety, has written to the Comp
' trolier of the Currency for luformatloa relative to
the form, far application* io establish national
banks, as lt ls intended to organize one at War.
-It ls. believed that Alsace and Lorraine are.
likely to be united Into a single province, under
aa Imperial st ad thorner, who will reside at Stras?
bourg and be invested with full oivU f.nd military,
power. The province will have lu separate'
. finances, jurisdiction and #ad ministration; wlU be
admitted in the Zollverein, bat only arter two or
three years int a the Reichstag. -
-Sumner and bia friends are by no means ret l
centln expresslna'lhelr decided opposition to the
Joint commission, and maintain that the scheme
of accommodation faUs far short of that which
the administration . clai.-ued as-. Ita policy . wheo
G?n?ral Grant came Into- o Ore e. Mr. Stunner
- claims to occupy Ms original ground, from which
bia late friends-for the separation is complete
have discreditably retreated.
-The new Austrian ministry Has commenced
the work of strengthening the bonds of the em?
pire by preparing the nation for popular conces?
sions, euch as direct elections and the enlarge
meat of the rights bf-'electors, to be?rged upba
p ar llamen t. Bai whUe r si r play will be given? to
all legitimate provln?lajjsm, there will be no com?
promise with separatism a: the expense of unity.
The bron hand wlU be gloved, but win be an iron
Band stUL The Emperor initiates the new era by
granting IUU amnesty to all political offenders. I
. -French officers are quite ready to acknowledge
the weak points revealed by the war. A very
gallant French officer, decorated on the Held by
General Dncrot for rallying his men during a
?ortie, taking them arl the ground In good order
when obliged to retreat, and walking his horse
leisurely, after them while nuder fire, confessed to
an Englishman lu Paris that though he could not
consider himself inferior la culture to 'any Prus?
sian whatever Prussian o ttl cere had obtained, aa
accurate knowledge of every., road and ' lane
around Paris, while he had acquired -remarkable
proficiency in wat ar-color drawing. The same
person heard' a French officer under orders to
lead a certain corps to St. Denis ask what roads
lead to the place.
. -^On the 16th of June the Pope will enter the
twenty-sixth year or his Pontificate, abd ia antic!
patina or this event, (says the Roman correspon?
dent or the Pan Mall ' Gazette,) the churches of
Rome are celebrating a solemn triduo for the pro?
longation or his life. Le' tera have been recelveu
at the Vatican from every part of the world, an?
nouncing that the day will b* marked by a da
moustratlo? la favor of the temporal power, and
that large sums are collecting for presentation to
the. Moly Father on-the occasion. Deputations
will arrive Th Rome from aU the countries of Eu?
rope, bearing the substantial gifts and the con?
gratulations of t be falt o f ul. ?' The Pope seams now
to bave.no doubt that he wi H reach the term, and
th us.exceed the reign or St. Peter.
-Immediate aD;ps are to be taken for the ex?
change bf aU prisoners of war made by the
French army sin ze the. commencement dr the
warr For this ead the French authorities whl
hand, as promptly as possible, a nominal Hst -of
Germ?n prisoners of war to the German. military
authorities at' .Amiens,' LeMans, orleana and
Yosoor. The liberation of prisoners of war ?111
-be effected at points nearest to the frontier, and
the German authorities wdl deliver and exchange
at the same-point', in the briefest possible time,
ukenotobers or French.priaoners or. war or cor?
responding grades to the French mUTtary" au?
thorises. The exchange will extend, to civil
prisoners, such as captains or ships br the German
merchant navy and civilian French prisoners re?
tained In Germany.
-Within a week or two a singular achievement
of the telegraph has occurred. A gentleman
soddenly became lil of pneumonia in Washington
City. His physician, a gentleman of great attain
menti and fame, resided In New York, and he was
anxious that this physician shootd be c insulted
about his case. A telegraph wire was by his di
rectlOn taken iato his room, and the New York
doctor being summoned to the telegraph office
there, the Washington physician attending the
patfebt informed him of the state of the case, and
eves enabled him to feel his patient's pulse by
causing the wire to vibrato aa the puiae Oia. The
cjyjs.thus being thoroughly diagnosed in New
York, the necessary prescriptions were sent
thence to Washington. The attack, though vio.
lent, soon yielded to the ; re r ment, and the
patient is now a very cheerful convalescent. Th 1B
is the firs; case of the kind we have heard o.\ lt
la quite an interesting feat or telegraphing.
-An evening with Sorosls is chaitUy described
by a New York Herald reporter, who has pene*
troted the-charm* d drele and been welcomed to
"the p easaut parlor, the bright Ure," and tim
company of forty or fifty women, with their
strong mind mostly masked by pretty faces and
disguised by tasteful and piquant costumes ; the
resources or Delmonico, Including BOft-Hepping
waitera In f uu-dress at command, and the dainty
lunch, which go te make np the scene of enchant?
ment, or course, the room was full of stars; but
among those of the first magnitude were Hrs.
-Jennie June Oroly, Hrs. Celia Burleigh, Madame
Demorest and Miss Demorest, Mrs. Francis D.
Gage, Mrs. A. J. Davis and Eleanor Kirk.
While the ladies were settling themselves to
business, Mrs. Frost sang a French song,
all about love, which was applauded after
the manner of women, by delicate tapping of lit?
tle French heels and pretty clapping of soft white
hands. Then came an essay on art, by Mrs.
Poole, In which it was asserted that the woman
soul ls the artist soul; that when men are ar?
tists, lt ls the woman side of the man; that life ls
a mountain out or which man hews the blocks
where women finds the imprisoned angel. A re?
citation all about a prince and a princess, a rose
and a nightingale, which seems to have less af?
fected the ecrlbe than the speaker herseir, "with
her low Greek forehead, and wavy hair, and pont?
ing Ups, and dimples, and dear little chin;" and
a satire in which the Princess Al Schehezarade, of
the Arabian Nights, comes to America, jolas So
rosls, spends a dellghtrul year, and then, Spencer
rifle lu hand, goes back to subdue her former
lord to a mildness worthy an American husband,
which is called "the reature or the occasion."
Trie Last Feather.
The people of South Carolina, io common
with those of the whole South, have reason
to know full well the extent of the penalty
of having, been participants in an unsuc?
cessful revolution. They understand that in
the upheaval vjhich followed the war, and
"which placed ignorance, avarice and blind
hate in control dftheir State Government;
it was te have been expected that waste and
corruption and injustice of every kind should,
for a time at least, sway the current of our
new-fangled legislation. And notwithstand?
ing the wanton extravagance and the shame?
less venality whieh have ruled so long "in
.Columbia; notwithstanding the frightful ex?
istent to which the State debt has been swol?
len, and the utter disregard of thc taxpay?
ing .interest manifested by our legisla
1 tors, the people are, for tho most part, we
. believe, prepared at this moment, to shoulder
thetj flu and al burdens like men'; ancT strug?
gle on patiently and hopefully to sustain the
credit a\d pay the debts of their unforta
| mite State. But sinister rumors reach us
jfrom Columbia, which indicate that some of
j our grasping Solons, grojrn bold by impu?
nity, are ready to add the last feather which
must break the camel's ' back. Nothing
is thought of. or spoken ' of, bnt infa?
mous railroad or other jobs, to fill
the pockets of the pack of nd venturers
who rule the General Assembly. Bribery
no longer conf?nes its influence to individual
members. It assails whole committees. We
hear rumors, for which we fear there is too
much foundation, that large sums have just
been offered to buy the favor of a prominent
committee of either House; and that those
committees, previously, ablavorable to the
latest and boldest of the legislative swindles,
are wavering and yielding before the new
. Does the General Assembly seriously-sup?
pos? that there is no limit to the robbery
and wrong to which the. people of South
Carolina intend to submit? If so, weean
tell them they have made a sad mistake.
We believe that not a dollar will ever be
paid on bonds hereafter issued by dint of
fraud and In furtherance of corrupt schemes.
And more than this. The eyes of the public
a re. at; this moment faxed .upon each raem
b?c of^he^txerieral .Asombiy, black and
white. And even now, there are" a seor? of
that precious crew in greater danger than
they imagine, of being thrust into their own
penitentiary under the laws themselves have
If is DKDEBSTOOD that the President now
admits the desperate situation of his parly,
and ' sees but jillie prospect for the success of
his intended, candidature In 1672, unless by
some fortunate interposition, of which the
prospect at present ls poor indeed. In an in?
terview wi Ul a leading RepiibJ, ?eau, a To w days
ago, h? l? reported to have said thai; tfre only
hope of victory was some serious blunder on
the part ol^the Democracy. This Is, indeed, a
desperate hope, and it te but the echo of simi?
lar utterances from the smiling Mr. Colfax,
which are quite worthy ol .the genius displayed
In his cheap Washington correspondence with
2 he Independent. The President has dally
proofs of the dissenalonsand disintegration ot
the Republican organization, and has thrown
himself into the hands of the most violent fac?
tion, headed by Morton, Butler, Chandler,
Cameron and others, who represent the worst
elements, combined with the most prod?gate
corruption. Hence the scheme for recon?
structing the Cabinet, and with It another
sweeping change. among the office-holders.
I ^was.thought at the White House that A ker?
man would re>lgu about the lime he went to
Georgia, even in the event of not being elect?
ed io the United States Senate, and there was
I some looking around at that time for a suc
I ceesor. Those who are to take the places in
i the Cabinet, according to the samo informa?
tion, are as follows: Pleasanton is to succeed
i Boutwell, and some Pennsylvanian will go in?
to the Postoffice Department, Morton will
take the State Department, and is said to be
now at home making arrangements to that
end. The War Department will be Ulled by
some one who can have influence enough to
balance powe* 'n a doubtful state. No one in
particular is mentioned for Attorney General.
_^ox Qak.^ ^ ^
IRON SAFE FOR SALE -A MEDIUM
SIZE Lilly's Fire proof Safe, combination
lock, lu perrect order. For sale 1 JW. Inquire at
No. 36 Hayue street. rebl4-tu:hs
FOR SALE, A No. I GROCERY STORE,
corner llanover and Columbus streets,
acing a tlrst-rate business. For sale on account
or present owner having bought property else?
where. For particulars, applv at the abive Store,
FOR S\LE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, of good quality, which are offered
cheap. Call at No. 27 Queen street, between
Meetlug aud Church streets._fehu
FOR SALE, ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
a few minutes' walk from the landing, a
HOUSE, .vroRE and BAKERY. Apply at the
NEWSPAPERS.-FOR SALE A QUANTI
TY of the above. Aooly ac Board or Trade
Rooms, Ko. 191 Meetlug street. novlO-thtu
ING Tnis DAY as-ociated wit i mo Mr. UL ti.
Miari-i, the business wilt be conducted under Ahe
Arm name ol FaARBORG ? MORRIS.
J C 1.1 us T. FAARBORQ,
W. B. MORRIS.
Florence, S. C., February 1st, 1971. febl3-3
^Dissolutions of <?opartnersr)ip.
NER->HIP.-The busluess heretofore exist
lug nn<ier tneilrm name or PAARBORO St B?CB
UElT is tlili-.day tflasofred by/mutual consent,
and alh?HbUlt?ea agalnsc^ue firm wfll be'assum?
ed by the firm ol FAARBORG * MORRIS.
JULIOS T. FAARBORG.
J. J. BU'JUHEIT.
Florence, S. C., February 1,1-871.
Iebl3-2 Attest: W. B. MORRIS.
^ar-THK RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintances of Mr. and Mrs. L. BUCK arc re?
spectfully Invited tn attend the Funeral Services
oLthe former, at hi? late residence, corner Com?
ing and Spring streets, at 3 o'clock, THIS AFTER?
NOON, without further Invitation. febl4-*
BUND.-The members are respectfully requested
to attend the Funeral Services of their late Bro?
ther, Mr. L.-.BUOK, from hts late residence, corner
Coming and Spring streets, THIS AFTERNOON, at 3
o'clock. - WM. MICHAELIS,
febl4 f . - v Secretary.
pS* GERMAN RIFLE CLUB.-THE
Members ol this Club are respectfully Invited to
attend the Funeral of their late Brother-Member,
.Mr. LOUIS BUCK, fr. m his residence, corner of
Coming and Spring streets, THIS AFTBRNOON, at
3 o'clock. C."H. BERGMANN,
LONG.-Died, in Macon, Ga., on Friday morn?
ing. February loth, Wa.- H. Loso, of this city,
aged 34 years, 10 months and 9 days. *
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN DIS?
TRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER
OF JAMES F. DRAKE, BANKRUPT.-IN BANK?
RUPTCY.-To whom lt may concern : "The under?
signed hereby gives notice of his appointment as
Assignee of JAMES F. DRAKE, or Society Hill,
in the County or Darlington, and State or South
Carolina, within said District, who has been ad
I judged a Bankrnpt, upon hte.?iJrfl??etltlon, by the
District Court or said District;
Dated at Benneitsvllle this second day or Feb?
ruary, A. D. 1871. HARRIS COVINGTON,
pS* GENERAL R. E. LEE. -THE LIFE
AND TIMES OF GENERAL R. E. LEE AND HIS
COMPANIONS IN ARMS. Thirty beautiful Steel
Engravings, complete In one large volume of 850
pages. The Hartford Times says: "It ls a book
that will more than repay Its price to any person
who cares to get at the Tacts of all sides." Price,
In cloth, only $3 75; plain leather, $?. J. CLARK
BEDELL, Bookkeeper at the Waverly House,
Charleston, S. C., ls the Agent for Charleston and
STATE AND COUNTY TAXES.
COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE, COURTHOUSE,
WALTERBORO'. S. C.-Notlce ls hereby given
that this office will be open for the receipt of the
State and Count y Taxes for the year 1S70, on the
8th day or February, 1871.
Taxes not paid on or before 4he 20 th or March, '
will be liable to a penalty of .twenty per cent.
All taxes remaining unpaid on the loth day of
May. 1871, will be liable to be collected by distress
or otherwise.''.. ._ . ?
All real and Personal property, aro-ohargtd with
nine (9) mills on the uollar for State pnrpo ses, and
three (3) mills on t fi e-dol. ar for County'purposes.
The Treasurer will visit tho following named
places In the County to facilitate the collection of
Taxes, and on the following named days the office
la Waltorboro' will be closed:
George's Station, February 28th and March ist.
RMgeTflle, Ma-ch 2d. " '
Summerville, March 3d and 4th.
Adam's Rna, March 0th and 7th.
Bell's X Roads, March 13th, 14tb and lit h.
JAMES W. GRACE,
febll-0 County Treasurer C. C.
ESTATE AND COUNTY TAXES.
COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE, FIRE-PROOF
BUILDING, CHARLESTON, S. c.-Notice ts here?
by given that this office will be open for the RE?
CEIPT OF TUE STATE AND COUNTY TAXES Tor
the year 1870, on the eighth (Sch) day or February,
1871. Taxes not paid on or before the 22d day
or March, 1871, are liable to a penalty ol twenty
per cent. All Taxes remaining unpaid on the
13tft day or June, 1671,-are liable to collection
by distress or otherwise, with additional penalty
ot Ave (5) per cent, for collection thereof.
The total rate of levees Tor State purposes ls
nine (9) milla on the dollar. The total rate for
County purposes ls three (3) mills on the dollar.
The State Taxes are payable In Bills Receivable
of the <*:ate, United Sta'es Currency, National
Bank Notes, gold and sliver com; In addition to
the above, Conpons, dated since July 1,1867, from
certain State Bonds, will also be received in pay?
ment or the State Taxes, viz:
1st. Six Per Cent. Bonds, issued by the State
nader an Act of 1851, in aid of thc Blue Ridge
2d. Six Per Oedt. Bonds, Issued by the Slate
under the Acts or 1853 and 1855, Tor the construe
tlon or the new Statehouse, aud Six Per Cent.
Bonds, Issued .by the State "under -thc Acta or Sep?
tember and-December, I860.for funding the past
due principal and interest on the State Debt.
All Coupons that ba TO accrued on;Bouds dated
1st and 2d,Jon or before the 1st of July, 1867, are
fundable under the Acts referred tOAb?ve of Sep?
tember and December, 1803, and are not receiva?
ble for taxes. ?f } ? WM, GURNEY,
feb8-12iy?^. '. , Treasurer Charleston County.
ps* NOTICE.-CHARLESTON; S. C.,
FEBRUARY ll, 1871_All small Dealers In Wares
or Merchandise, located In stores within thc city
limits, to whom was grained a Ten Dollar License
for 1870, except those wno are known to have
obtained the same by a misrepresentation of the
-true character or amount of business done, can
have their license renewed upon application at
the City Appraisers Oftlce.
New applicants will leave their name, Ac, with
the Appraiser, who will Investigate the character
ot their business before granting such license.
Poor persons doing au Insignificant business,
and who have held exemption tickets for 1870,
can have the same reuewed by either or the Com?
mittee authorized by Council, viz: All doing such
business below Calhoun, east of King, by Alder?
man Voigt; Market street, west of King,' below
Calhoun street, by Alderman McKinlay, Lime
house street, or at his ofllce In rear or Courthouse;
and all In the Upper Wards, above Calhonn street,
by the undersigned at tho Dru? Store, No. 801
King street. M. H. COLLINS,
rehll-3 Chairman Special Com. on Licenses.
^IT IS WELL TO GET CLEAR OF A.
Cold the first week, but lt Is much better and
'safer tu rid yourself or lt the first forty-eight
hours-the proper remedy ror the purpose being
Dr. JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT. Sold by all Drug?
gists, and GOODRICU, WINGMAN A CO, Charles
ton, S. C._fct)9-ihstn3
ps* NO HUMBUGGING! NO CHEAT?
ING ! -A pint bottle or Da. SAGE'S CATARRH
REMEDY ls prepared from one fifty cent pack?
age, and the proprietor offers $500 fur a case of
Catarrh he cannot cure. Sold by druggists, or
send co cents to DR. R. V. PIERCE Buffalo; N. T.,
and receive-it by mail. A pamphlet rree^
pS* FOR MOTH PATCHES,
Freckles and Tan, use PERRY'S MOTH AND
FRECKLE LOTION. The only reliable and harm-1
less remedy known to science for removing
brown discolorations rrom the Face. Prepared
only by Dr. B.C. PERRY, No. 49 Bond street,
New York. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Whole?
sale by DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, Charleston, 3.
PIMPLES ON THE FACE.-FOR
Comedones, Blackworms or Gr?b3, Pimply Erup
tlou8 and blotched dlstlguratloas on the Face, nae
PERRY'S OOMEDONE AND PIMPLE REMEDY,
Depot No. 49 Bond street, New York. Sold by
Druggists everywhere. Wholesale by D0W1E,
MOISE A DAVIS, Charleston, & C.
" pS* BAKER'S CITRATE MAGNESIA.
A splendid preparation. Completely superseding
thc nse or all nauseous purgative Medicines. Sold
by Druggists. JNO. O. BAKER A CO., Philadel?
A full supply on hand by
DB.. H. BA ER, .
reb7-tuths?mos No. 131 Meeting street.
pa- CITADEL S Q TJ AB E . 'BAPTIST
CHURCH.-Services w?rbe held Itt? EVENING,
by Rev. G. C. NEEDHAM, at half-past 7o'clock.
CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
SDCTH CAROLINA. fEom New York, are notified
that she wUl discharge, cargo TO-DAT at Pier No
2, Union Wharf. Goods uncalled for at eunse
will remain on wharf at owners' risk and expense
WM. A. COURTENAY,
pa- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
MANHATTAN, from New York, are notified that
ehe is dlsohargtng cargo Tnis DAY, at*Adger's
South Wharf. Goods not called* for at sunset
will remain on the wharf at owners' risk. '
febM-l JAMES ADO ER Sc CO., Agents.
pf FINAL NOTICE -ALL PERSONS
having claims against the Estate of HENRT CO?
BLA, deceased, will present them duly attested,
and those indebted will make payment to C. H.
WEST, Jr., No. 28 Vendue Range.
ANN M. CO BI A, Executrix.
febH-1_C. H. WEST. Jr., Executor.
0? PARTIES HAVING FURNITURE;
?Ac, to dispose of, will find a CASH CUSTOMER
by addressing Postofflce Box 473._feblS
p9- THE HAZARDS OP WINTER. -
The feeble and delicate dread the winter, and
with good reason. The weather at this season
has a depressing effect upon the vital organs and
the animal spirits, and they have no vitality or
mental animation to spare. The aged and infirm,
in whom the flame of life ls waxing dim, are al?
ways unpleasantly affec ed by ihe temperatute of
winter, and should fortify their systems against
lt. The extra vigor and resistant power which
the enfeebled system requires to enable lt to meet
with safety the assaults of cold and damp, may
soon be acquired by the regular use of HOSTET
TER'S STOMACH BITTERS: The tonic effect of
this wonderful medicine is soon apparent, in an
increased appetite, a more active digestion, and
a brighter, huppler frame of mimi. Food is the
fuel or the body, and If it is not properly digested
the fires or life burn low. When this ls th?" case,
the disability can always be remedied within a
Bhort space of time, by taking a full dose of. the
BITTERS twice a day. 'rbe stomach will soon be?
gin to perform its allotted tasK regularly and
steadily; the food,'hoing thoroughly assimilated,
will yield the amount of vital heat and nourish?
ment which the body requires under the external
pressure of cold, and the winter aliments which
are apt to assail the weak and untoned physique
will be avoided. _ febll-flp*c.
suffering from Diseases per taming to the OENITO'
URINARY. ORGANS, will receive the latest scien?
tific treatment by placing themselves under the
care ot Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, outee No. 74 Hasel
street, three doors from the Postofhce.
pa- GETTING ?ARRLED.-ESSAYS
for Young Mea on Social Evils, and the propriety
or impropriety of getting Married, with sanitary
help for those who feel unfitted, for matrimonial
happiness. Sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad
dress Howard Association, Box-P, Philadelphia,
THE ATTENTION or Natural-born subjects or Her
Britannic Majesty .ls called to the 4th and eth
clauses of the "Naturalization Act, 1870," viz :
4. Any person who by reason of lils having
been born wlthlu the dominions of Her Majesty ls
a natural-born subject, ?ut who also at the time
of bis birth became under the law of any foreign
State a subject of such state, and ls still such
subject, may, if of fall-age i\nd not under any dis
ability, make a d?claration of alienage In manner
aforesaid, and from and after the making or such
declaration or alienage, such person shall cease to
be a British subject. Any person who Is born out
ol Her Majesty's dominion* or arathor being a
British subject may, if ow lull age, and not nuder
any disability, make a dec?an.nun of alienage In
manner aforesaid, and from and after the makin*
of such declaration, shall cease to be a British
EXP . TH LAT IO."J.
6. Any British subject who has at any time lie
lore, or may ut any time after, the passing of thia
act, when In any foreign State, and not under an v
disability, voluntarily become naturalized in such
State, shall, from and after the time of his so hav?
ing become naturalized tu such foreign State, be
deemed to have ceased to be a British subject,
and he regarded as an allen:
Provided, (l ) That where any British subject
ha?, before the passjng of this act. voluntarily
become naturalized In a foreign Mute and
yet ls desirous or remaining a BritlBh subject,
he may, at any time within two years arter
the passing of this act, make a declaration
that he ls desirous of. remaining a British sub?
ject, and upon such"declaration, herein liter
. referred to as a declaration of British nation?
ality, being made, and upon hts taking the
oath of allegiance, the declarant shall be
deemed to bc, and to have been continually,
a British subject; with this quadflcatlon, that
ho shall not, wheo within the limits of the
foreign State in which he has been natural?
ized, be deemed to be a Briiiahlsubject, unless
he has ceased to be a subject of that State ib
pursuance or the laws thereof, or In pursu?
ance of % treaty to that effect.
(2.) A declaration of BrltlMi nationality may be
made, and the oath of allegiance be taken, as
. follows, (list ls to fay: if me declarant be In
thc United Kingdom, in the presence of a Jus?
tice or ?he p ace; If elsewhere In Her Majes?
ty's dominions, in the presence of any judge
of any court uf elvi) or.criminal Jurisdiction,
of any justice of the peuce, or of auy other
officer for the time being aut horized by law la
the place lu which the doeiaraot ls to admin?
ister an oath lor uny judicial or other legal
purpose; If out of Uer Majesty's dominions,
in Hie presence of any officer In the diplomatic
or cousular service of Her Majesty.
ALSO, to the following extract from the "Con?
vention between Uer Majesty and the United
States or America relative to Naturalization."
(Ratifications exchanged at London, Angnst 10,
ARTICLE ll. * ^British' subjects * * who
have become and are naturalized as citizens
within the United States, shall be at liberty to re?
nounce their naturalization and to resume their
British nationality, provided that such renuncia?
tion bc publicly declared within two years after
the 12th day of May, 1870.
FORTH? Information may lie had on applica?
tion to ri H. P. WALKER,
H. B. M. Consul at Charleston.
rp . o LOAN,
?50?o on unencumbered City Property.
Apply to EDWARD LOWNDES, Broker,
feblO Corner Broad and State streets.
_QTo Sent._ _
FOB RE RT* OB SALE, THE TUREE
' story IIOU?E, No. 27 Vandorhorst street.
Apply at Nb. 4 ^Hudson street._fobU-tuN*
TO RENT, OFFICE UP STAIRS OVER
No. 60 East Bay, corner of Exchange street.
Would, sait lOr a Phosphate Company's. Apply
TO RENT, TWO FINE. ROOMS, WIT fr
large piazza. Apply at*No. 58 St. Phillp
street, one door south of Calhoun street.
TO RENT, A TWO AND A HALF
STORY BRICK noUSE, No.. 4 Trumbo's
Coon. Good water and other accommodations
on the premises; Apply at No. 1 Hayue street i
_tost and iPonno._
FOUND, A POCKET-BOOK, CONTAIN?
ING a small amount of money, which the
owner can have by paying for this advertisement.
Apply at F. L. 0'N.EILL'S Grocery, No. 238 King
LOST, ON THE RUTLEDGE STREET
Car Line, on the evening or the Btb, a pair
or BKOWN KID GLOVES, with Uold Glove But?
tons In ttiem. Tue lind, r wu recuire a suitable
reward by leaving th? same at the corner or Broad
and Orange streets._febl3
LOST, BETWEEN ST. LUKE'S CHURCH
and Mr. Fqgartie's Bookstore, or between
WwES?Pf&? Bookstore and No. 29 Bull sweet, a
?AD?U?BI?PE ENAMELLED DIAMOND WATCH,
No. 6879. The finder will be suitably rewarded
by leaving lt at No. 32 Broad .st: eet. febll.
ABNER'S IO DO F O RM
AND IRON PILLS.
For sale by ,IB, H. BARR, .
Ia1118 No. 131 Meetlug street
?? OT 1L?I Cf* 0|L TJ Bf'. J
A BALL will be given at the South Carolina
Hall, WEDNESDAY EVENING, February 15, at half- .
past 8 o'clock, EDWIN P.J?ROST,
-febl4-2 Secretary and Treasurer.
SURVIVORS' ASSOCIATION OF
CHARLESTON DISTRICT. - The Regular
Meeting or your Association will be held THIS
(Tuesday) EVENING, at 7 o'clock, at the Hall or the
febU JAMCS ARMSTRONG, JR., Secretary.
IO. 0/ F.-E. W. GRAND LODGE OF
?, SOUTH CAROLINA.-The Officers and Mem?
bers or this R. W. Grand Body are Invited to meet
at Odd Fellows' Half THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock,
to assist In the Installation or the R. W. Grand
Treasurer elect and the W. G. Conductor.
By order. JOHN H. HONOUR, Jr., M. D"
SOUTH CAROLINA FRIENDLY SOCIE?
TY.-A Regalar Monthly meeting or this So?
ciety will be held THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock, at
Ll nd st ed fu Hall, corner King and Calhoun streets.
Members are requested to be punctual In attend?
ance. By order ot the President.
Iebl4 _FRED. HfSCH, Treasurer.
ST. PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT SOCIE?
TY.-A Regular Monthly Meeting or your So?
ciety will be held at "MasonlcHall THIS (Tuesday)
EVENING, at 7 o'clock. Members are requested
to be'pnnctual In their attendance, as arrange?
ments will be made at this meeting for the com?
ing anniversary. W. BAKER,
SOCIAL . CLUB.-YOU ARE HEREBY
summoned to attend a Regular Meeting
THIS (Tnesday) EVENING, at a o'clock, at Huer
I ulan Hall. A prompt attendance ls solicited, as
business or Importance will be submitted.
By order. * J. VICTOR ST. AMAND,
>17TNA STEAM TIRE ENGINE COM
JJOJ PASY.-The Regular Monthly Meeting or
your Company will be held THIS EVENING, nth
Instant, at the Hall, at bair-past 7 o'clock.
rebl4 JOHNMcLEtBH, Secretary.
WANTED, A SITUATION AS PORTER
in a store, or tu Waltlngmsrt in-a private
ram Hy, or to attend to a horse and" buggy. Is
wining to make himself generally userai. Apply
at this oillce._ftbl4-2
WANTED, PLANTATION HANDS.
Forty-good HANDS, can get Immediate
and permanent employment by applying at
STELLUfO'S RESTAURANT, comer Meeting and
Chalmers street, to HIGGINS A JOHNSON.
W- ANTED, A COOK AND WASHER,
also a Maid and Washer. Good recom?
mendations. required. Apply at No. M Meeting
WANTED!* A MAID' SERVANT, AP
PLV at once to PORCHER A HENRY,
South Atlantic Wharf.._fehl4-1*
WANTED, AN ENTRY .CLERK MUST
be a rapid and good peueman, correct at
figures, and with a knowledge nr bookkeeping.
Address In own t?&n?Twritlng, elating references,
Postoffice Box, No 71. _febl4-2?
WANTED, A' TEACHER FOR TWO
Children, aged nine and twelve. One
wno can teach music, and ls experienced In
governing children, prererred. Apply to Captain
J. B.. Ridge Spring. S. C._febl4-2*
WANTED, IN A PRIVATE FA JULY,
a boy about 15 years old. Recommenda?
tions required. Apply at No. 4 Wentworth sineet.
\rrjRSE AND COOK WANTED. NONE
i_l need apply without recommendations.
Apply In Calhoun street, south side, second door
rrom St. Phillp Street. feMS
SCHOOL DESKS AND BENCHES"
WANTED.-Any person having a rew School
Desks and Benches io df?pjse or, will lind a pur?
chaser at the Confederate Widows'Home, Broad
AYOUNG LAD? IS DESIROUS OF
obtaining a situation as companion or
housekeeper to an Invalid or elderly-lady, either
in the city or country. Salary not so much or an
object as a comfortable home. Address M. 25.,
DAILY NEWS Office. Jan24
BOARDING.-GENTLEMAN AND WIFE,
or two single gentlemen, cou obtain Boara,
at No. sa B oad streets_febi4-l?
PRIVATE BOARDING AT MRS. W. S.
FRAZER'S, No. 4 Hudson street
NOTICE.-THE "EQUITABLE LIFE
ASSURANCE SOCIETY," or New York, have
removed from No. 141 Meet'.mr street to their
new office?.No. 20 BROAD STRKET.
WM. B. SHAW,
rcbl3 - General Agent.
rp H E SOU T-H E R N ' L I F E
BOARD OF DIRECTORS,
' ATLANTA, QA.
General John B. Cordon. President. Atlanta, Qa.
General A. H. Colqultt, Planter, Barker County,
A. Au-itell. Banker, Atlanta, Ga.
E. W. Holland, Atlauta, tim.
J. ll. Canaway, Atlanta, G i.
Hun. B. C. Yancey, Athens, Ga.
B. J. Smith, Planter. Cuthbert, Ga.
H. V. M. Ml U-r, Atlante, UM.
General Wade Hampton, Columbia, S. C.
William Johust'iu. President C A S. C. R. H.,
Charlotte, N. C.
C. H. Pululzy, commission Msrcliant, Augusta,
Robert Thom js, Athens. Ga.
D. E. Hailer, Commission Merchant, Augusta, Ga.
B. L. Willingham, l'l inter, .Allendale, S. C.
W. A. caldwell. Greensboro', N. 0.
R, H. Gowan, Wilmington, N. C.
D. K. Murchison, Wilrnlngtou, N. C. *
F. J. Pe zer, Charleston, & 0.
D. G. Fowle, Raleigh, N. G.
General W. R. Cox, R delgh, N. C.
BOARD OF. DIRECTORS,
R. c.-Brinkley, President Memphis and Little
Rock Railroad, Memphis, Tenn.
F. M. White, President Mississippi and Tennessee
Railroad, Memphis, Tenu.
Amos Woodruir, President Memphis and Ohio
Railroad, Mein pms, 'fenn.
F. fe". Davis. President First National Bink, Mem?
D. H. Townsend, Memphis, Tenn.
H. A. Partee, Cotton Factor, Memphis, Tenn.
T. A. Nelson. Colt--n Factor/Memphis, Tenn.
Hugh Torrence, Cotton Fautor, Memphis, Tenn.
J. Weller, Contractor, Memphis, Tenn.
J. W. McCowu Merchant, Memphis Tenn.
Charles Kortrecht, Attorney at Law, Memphis,
C. W. Fraser, Attorney at Law, Memphis, Tenn.
General John B. Cordon, Atlanta, Ga.
W. 0. Ireland, Louisville, Ky.
W. H. Cherry, Banker, Memphis, Tenn.
T. A. NELSON, President;
AMOS Woonanup, First vice-presideat.
F. M. Warre, Second Vice-president.
HEN. MAY, secretary.
CUAS. T. PATERSON, Assistant Secretary.
F. s. DAVIS, Treasurer.
?E.VI? LAWTON, I Geueral Aeents- .
Pam UP CAPITAL. $240,000
iucome, per nnunm.1,000,000
Assets, January 1st, nearly...,.1,200,000
SAMUEL Y. T?PPPER, .
febio-imo RESIDENT AGENT.
j?oots, Sl)O*0T Ut.
OOTS AND SHOES
QET THE BEST 1
GET THE BEST !
GET THE BEST I
Buy your BOOTS AND SHOES at
S T E I B B R . 8 ,
No. -41 BROAD STREET.
He makes thom to order, in any style desired,
using only the best material and workmanship.
Constantly on hand, a large assortment of cus?
tom made BOOTS AND H HOBS', or all sizes.
Which dispenses with shoe siringa and elastic,
MADK TO ORDER at inls establishment.
Call and examine sp?cimen?.
JAGOB ST El BER,
dccl3-tuths3mo9 No. 41 Broad street.
& iSroceiles, J&upwrs, &t. ? ?
\Q.EpEGB..WJ.^^LIAMS & CO.,J*
CHARLESTON, S..?., . . .
ARE RFCEIVING AND HAVE IN STORE : -
800 bags Rio, Laguayra and Java: COFFEE
100 hu?s. Porto Rico, Muscovado- and N. 0.
400 bbl?. Refined Sugars
250 hhds. Muscovado,' Cuba Clayed and Reboil?
ed Molasses . . .
. 200 bbl*. Golden,' Amber Drip and N. 0. Syrup
1000 kegB Parker* MHls Nails.
ORANGE RIFLE POWDER, Shot, Caps, Candy,
Spices, Teas, Crackers, Soda, Star Candles, Bar
Soaps, Oysters, sardines-, Axle Grease. Grind?
stones, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Vinegar,
Rice, Wooden Ware, Ac, Ac. febll-stothl2
J^OOE AT THIS.
Now ls the time for dealers to lay'in'their stock of
. ' LIQUORS FOR THE SEASON,
and we are prepared to save them the trouble of
ordering from the North, by selling them the
same article here for cash at what they would
have to pay in Philadelphia for it, thereby saving
freight, insurance and other expenses, i We are
enabled to do so by oar late arrangements with
two of the principal Liquor houses of Philadelphie'
-JOHN GIBSON'S SON ic GO., and HENRY WAL?
LACE A CO..
We have now on hand loo barrels of the follow?
ing brands: .
OLD CORN WHISKEY .
. XX WHISKEY *
fit>barrels JOHN GIBSON'S SON* CO.'S OLD
DEERCREEK RYE WHISKEY, of which brands
we have the sole right to sell in this city.
We'also keep constantly oh hand, Port, Madei?
ra and Sherry WINES; at the lowest price for the
quality. Git ens a trial.
BYRNE A FOGARTY,
No. 126 East Bay, corner Fraser's wharf.
JJ 4 H? W. CATHER WOOD'S
EXTRA FINE PURE OLD
M O N 0 N G AH E L A" WHISKIES.
in order to facilitate the supply of our'PURE
OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHISKIES IQ oar
former numerous customers at the South, we
have appointed Messrs. H. GERD J S A colour
Agents, who, by this arrangement, are enabled to
-iuppiv the trade at prices which will insure satis?
faction. H. A. H. W. CATHERWOOD.
The subscribers take pleasure to inform their
customers and the trade generativ that they have
still a few barrels of the Messrs. OATHERWOOD'S
FINE OLD MONONGAHELA WHISKIES on hand,
which has had the benefit of a Southern summer's
heat. Have also received recently one hundred
barrels of various grades, at reduced prices.
H. GERDTS A CO.,
'dec20-tnths3moB_No. 195 East Bay.
?pLOUR, SIDES, SHOULBERS, HAMS,
PORK, COFFEE, SUGAR, AO.
J E PP 0 RDS & CO.,
NOS. .17 and 19 VENDUE/RANGE, OFFER AT
LOWEST MARKET RATES:
600 bbls. Presh Ground FLOUR
26 hhds. Choice Clear Rib Sides
20 hhds. Prime smokeoVS'uoulders
io tierces Choice s. 0. Hams
10 tierces Pure Lear Lard
26 bbls. Heavy City Mess Pork ?*
20,000 pounds Prime Dry Salt sides
10,000 pounds Dry Salt Bellies
loo sarks Rio Coffee
150 bbls. Refined Sugars
loo cases 2 and 8 nt, Fresh Tomatoes
76 caaes Fresh Peaches
loo oases; 1 and 2-n>, Fresh Oysters.
QHEAP AS THE CHEAPESTl
GOOD AS THE BEST I
TA the universal verdict proaosoeed upon
OST EN D O R F F " S PRIZE GROCERIES
N. B.-All goods delivered free or charge.
PRIZES! PRIZES! PRIZES!
Not braes jewelry either, given with all sales of
one dollar, at
OSTENDORFF'S PRIZE GROCERY,
Northeast corner of Rutledge avenue and Cannon
J^INE S. L COTTON SEED FOR SALE.
76 bushels "PREMIUM," (crop or mo, sold at
fl 26 per pound.)
- bushels '.Albion," (Crop of 1870, sold at $1 per
- bushels "Champion" Crop, and select
Apply to GAILLARD A MIN OTT.
febo-thatu _Vanderhorst's" Wharf.
JJANNIS'S . ACME RYE WHISKIES.
Messrs. H. S. HANNIS ? CO., of Philadelphia,
ever intent to Improve on the qualities or their
WHISKIES, can lay claim to producing some of
the choicest In the country, and having rendered
U?e nrjees such as to to make them available for
every class of trade and ror general use. offer the
celebrated Acme brands or CABINET, NECTAR,
XXXX, XXX XX and X. t brough us, as their sole
agents for this clty-and the State ol South Caro?
lina, at the most advantageous prices and terms.
CL AC ICS Je WITTE, No. 130 East Bay.
M BARRELS ANO 26 HALF BARRELS OF THE
ABOVE ON HAND IPW.
JJICKSON COTTON SEED.
200 bushels Selected SEED, Na 1
soo busliels Seed, No. 2.
The above seed ls raised from the No. 1 Seed
'Imported direct from DAVID DICKSON, Sparta,
Ga., 1870, and grown an the Marnhlaud Farm
near this city.
For sale at very low prices by
J. C. II. CLAUSSEN,
3600 sacks Liverpool SALT, landing from Bark
Deinste, direct from Liverpool. For sale by
fcb8_T. J. KERR & CO.:
J^IVERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
4000 sacks Liverpool SALT,
Just received per bark Vinco, aud for sale in
lots to-suit purchasers by
. ROBERT MURE A CO.,
looo boxes SCALED HERRING. For sale low by
febll-stuth? No. 102 East Bay.
? a si nc s s Car bs.
PAINTER AND DECORATOR.
Orders received st A. 0. BARBOT'S Drug
Store, No. 48 Broad street_Jan24-lmo
^N SLEY D. COHEN,
SHIP BROKER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 78 EAiT BAY,
CORNER NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
FREIGHTS for Foreign and Domestic Ports
procured at best market rates.
Strict attention given, and liberal advances
made on all consignments. All orders faithfully
Jg ALL, BLACK & CO.,
Sos. 865 and 567 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Of the best quality and at LOWEST PRICES.
Goods sent per Express, C. O. D.
J? I N G WILLIAM.
Just received at KI VG WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAG- '
TO RV, No. ?.o King street, near Society street, a
large and c impi?t? assortment of Leaf, Chewing
and Smokl ig TOBACCO, Cigarettes, Snuff, Pipes.
Ac Havana and O ?nestle Cigars imported ana
maauruotur-M by WM. SCHRODER, who respect?
fully Invites cheattentloa or chewers and smokers,
aud traders, wholesale and retail, to a stock rally
comprising every variety or quality and prices,
from the cheapest to the highest grade, which hi
offered at the lowest cash rates. Ail orders from
the country will receive prompt attention and
shipped Ci O. D., or at thirty days' city accept?
ance. . ?ecl3-?mos
A FULL ASSORTMENT jost received by
'alys No 131 Meenag street I
L G H ,
PALMETTO PIONEER COOPERATIVE GROCERY
Sonthwestcorner Meeting and Marget atr.eetj,
"* A DBALBB.I? .
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS
AND-OIGARfc- - - febl4-tntb88
I SH BOES
A supp* Just Teceived.by^ fc a
Sont ti west Corner Meeting ano? Market-stree ta.
jQ O BN , LA-ED, & c. '
'4000bU8bjiaPRIM^ORlI ' . . -
' 150 bores Long Clear Middles
80 bbls. and half bbls. Lard : '
-3G? bbls. Potatoes. For sale by
. r?bl? . T. TUPPER ASONE.
"^?TE OFFEB FOR SALE,
TO CL03 E. CONSIGNMENTS,. AND TO REDUCE
OUR STOCK, AT REASONABLE PRIOESr
400 gallons FRENCH BRANDY, in bond and doty
' paid ' .
- casks Holland Gin, Scotcli Whiskey and West
India Rum " ' . ?
50 pactage*Haanl8's Acme Rye Whiskey
loo bbls. Cheap Whiskey, Oin, Ram, Ac
6 bbls. Choice Peach and Apple Brandy .
' 60 caskB Choice Part, Shermy and-Madeira Wide
25 casks hnpofted-aod Co mest Lc Vinegar
100 cases Champagne, Olaret and Rhine Wine..
so cases Brandy Cherries and Sweet Od
iso case? stein Mil's and Ll pp man's Bitters
100 cases Lemon Syrup, Cider and Pickles '
1C0 cases Salmon, .Lofaster, Oysters and'Reaches,
ta cans .
iso cases Bottled Beer. .
Our welT assorted Stook ot
COFFEE. SUGAR, TEA,Spines, Molasses, Bacon .
Mackerel, Tobacco, Cigars.-Caudles, Soap, Sote.
Lye, Wrapping Paper, Blacking. Buckets 'T
Brooms, Matonea, Shot, Caps, Nats, Pipes
Demijohns and Bottles o? every variety
Corks, Bagging:and Twine.- '_
feblS-mtufa . CLAODJ8 Sc WITTE,1'
QORN, OATS AND PEAS.
7414 bushels-PRIME WHITE CORN.
Per schooner Mary J. Russell, fr oui Norfolk,
7887 bushels Prime White Virginia Corn
1600 bushels Black Seed Oats
. 454 bushels Black Peas
88 bushels Clay Peas,
*" Per schooner James VeMron, from Norfolk,
Virginia . .
5050 bushels Prima Maryland Com
1200 bushels Prime Maryland Oats ,
10O bbls. Soper Flour,
Per schooner Geo.-H. Squire, from Ballimore
2400 bushelrPrtme Maryland Corn
1760 I ushels Prime Oats,
Per- schooner Ella Matthews, from Balti?
more. . .
For sale hy
. febl3 . T. J. KERR SC CO.
We are now GROCERY
S U GAR S" GROCERY
Wholesale Prices. GR^CEBT '
Crushed Sugar,,.. GROCERY
8J? maror %t - ; gfggg| "
- GROCERY .
Stuart's A Sonar, GwicEaV
Extra C Sugar, GROgERY
7 lbs for $1. GROCERY
Very Light Brown Sugar, OBBCHBY
-8 tts for ?1. GROCERY
* * GROCERY
?-DELIVERED F REE-ga GROCERY
from the GROCERY
GROCERY HOUSE, GROOERT
ANSON AND SOCIETY 8T8V CROC
9 os for ii.
10 rb s for tl.
jg ASTERN HAY.
y00 bales EASTERN HAY. Landing and for
sale by J. A. ENS LO w A CO., '
feb2_No. 141 East Bay.
18- THE - 71
ls considered the best ever introduced ID this city.
This Ls the opinion of -all who have tried them.
ls warranted-if they do not prove what ls claim?
ed for them, the money win be refunded.
ls enred expressly for the undersigned, and no
expense has been spared to make them superior
to all other Hams.
are put np in thin glazed canvass, and run from
eight to twelve pounds each. We invite everj>"
body to try ~
cured expressly for
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
No. 'llb King street.
Jj I A H O N D-H ? H S,
BONELESS BREAKFAST STRIPS.
CHOICE SMOKED BEEF.
SMOKED BEEF TONQUES?
For sale by' . M ".
EVEK-T E. BEDFORD,
Late Wm. s. Corwin A Ooy
Janll No. 276 King street.
A Large Lot ut
NEW HYSONS, SOUCHONGS AND OOLONGS,
taken out of bond after tue reduction or tatt
tariff. JOHN HURKAMP A 00.
COAL AT $8 75 PER TON Dc LIV BRED.
QUALITY G CAR AN TE tl).
200 tons Orate and Stove COAL, delivered uti
any part or the cltyiat $8 75 per ton. Landing thtsjf
ctay. Apply to J. A. ENSLuW SC CO.,
reb2 No. 141 East Bay.