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VOLUME XI.-NUMBER 1578.
CHARLESTON, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 1871.
EIGHT DOLLARS A YEAR.
TERRIBLE AGITATION IS PARIS.
The Ead of the Occupation-What the
Journal? say-The Evacuation-The
People Heavily Armed and the Gov?
ernment Weak and incapable-A
Bloody Skirmish' at Angers.
DRESDEN, March 6.
The Journal says ail the French officers and
all privates of the Mobile Guard, prisoners in
Germany, may return on Monday to their homes,
if they so desire, at their own cost. Soldiers or
tbe line an?pthe Imperial Guard will remain until
arrangements for their transportation are com?
PARIS, March 6.
The Journal Officiel acknowledges that several
battalions or National Guards have retained their
guns, bot only to trevent their falling into the
hands of the Prussians. The anomalous situation
will speedily terminate. Passes to leave and
enter Paris are no longer required. It Is reported
that Favre has gone to Versailles with an archi?
tect to prepare the palace Tor the reception or the
National Assembly, m anticipation of their early
removal from Bordeaos.
Th e*ln ls ter of the Interior has assumed con-.)
trol of the police. Thiers declines to seceive res?
ignations tendered by Favre and-Simon.
BORDEAUX, March 6-Evening.
In the National Assembly this evening Lo?is
Blanc, Victor Hugo and Qalnet, made a demand
for the detention or members or the September
Government until they shall have returned an ac?
count of their acts until the capitulation of Paris.
Delescluze submitted a demand for their im?
peachment aud^arrest on the charge of.high
treason. A motion WAS made that the Assembly
should not return to Paris, bat sit elsewhere. At
the request of Thiers the Assembly Immediately
went into committee upon the question, decision
up;n whlch.will be made to.morrow.
BONDON, March T,
The.Daily News says a special convention has
been entered into ander which the German occu?
pation of Versailles ls- extended to the I9th of
At the review of the Prussian Guards at Long
Champs, the Emperor addressed the troops. He
thanked them for the heroism, endurance and
devotion they had displayed,. and added, (hey
mus? than!; Providence for choosing them as i he
Instruments to bring to pass events of such mag.
nitude and renown.
The Times announces the following changes in
the ministry: Right Hon. George J. Goschen suc?
ceeds Right Hon. Hugh C. E. Childers as first
lord of the admiralty; Right Hon; James Stans?
field succeeds Goschen, as president of the poor
law beard; W. E. Baxter-succeeds Stansfield as
one of the joint secretaries of the treasury, ano
George J. Shaw Lefevre, at pro-it nt secretarj^for
the home department, succeeds Baxter as secre?
tary or the admiralty.
In fae House or Lords yesterday the Marquis or
Salisbury attacked. Ute foreign policy of the gov
ernment, showing that foreign powers were all
contemptuous In their manner towards England.
Prussia bad declined. England's ?ld -in negotia?
ting peace with France, and Russia bad repudia?
ted obligations solemnly agreed to at the ead of
the Crimean war. These Insults he'placed? in
contrast with guarantees which England was
party ^ and therefrom he deduced the decay of
her International Influence. He urged reorgani?
zation of the army, to the weakness of whlca he
attributed much of England's loss of prestige.
Granville protested against the unreasonable as?
sault made upon the conduct of foreign affairs.
He quoted a distinguished American oiUcer who
had expressed his surprise at the complete state
or preparation for war in which he found tlie
British navy. The discussion ended by the adop?
tion of an order for reprinting the-text of guaraa
tees given bj England In continental matters.
In the Hocse of Commons, Disraeli save notice
that he should at a future day ask the govern?
ment to Inform the House whether or not it wa*
aware of last year's treaty between Prussia and
Rust?a, when Odo Russell was sent to Versailles
to consult Bismarck. Gladstone communicated
to the Boase information received from west
Meath County, Ireland, .confirming previous re?
ports of the mischievous tendency of affairs
there. He said special measures or precaution
were needed, for the lives of judges in that coun?
ty were threatened, uni he argea epeedy acl?on.
The bill for army reorganizion was taken up.
and there was a keen encounter over the clause
abolishing tbe.' purchase of commissions-the
supporters of the system predicting a loss of mili?
tary character and prestige should it be done
Ead of the Occupation.
LONDON, March 4.
A special, to the Nsw York Herald rrom Paris
describes' the scenes In Paris Just prior to tbe
evacuation. The avenues are. almost deserted.
There is an extraordinary scene at the Arc do
Triomphe. Two pieces of artillery have been un?
limbered, and the gunners are near at hand ready
to sweep every avenue radiating .from the arch.
There is also ? strong guard of infantry, with
arms flied, bivouacked in the vicinity. The sol?
diers are abging from song books by the light of
the camp Ores. There ls much differer, ce In their
temper, Borne fraternizing with the mouses, ex
changing cigars and drinking wine, while others
will not allow strang- rs near their fires. All are
boasting of the conquest or Alsace and Lc- jue.
yet are glad that the war is over, that they'amy
get back to the Fatherland. No one ls allowed
under the arch. In .the Place de la Concorde
there is a strong guard or Bavarians lying on
the ground in front of the gates of the Tuileries.
A Bavarian sentry H picking Immortel'es from
the statue or Strasbourg. Frenchmen sslng
cried "Beware !" At mil?ght I le-entered^the
French lines. Large, bodies or gj'ards werejta
tloned around th? watch-flre?. As the Germans
are to leave Farts this morning, the papers re?
After the Occupation.
The German Emperor afterwards reviewed
100,000 men in the Bois, de boulogne.. The Prus?
sian leaders are disappointed at the coldness and
Implacable attitude br the Parisians. The author?
ities are preparing to disband th? Mobile Guards
lnPMfe The-city ls quiet to-day. A number of
persons suspected to be spies have been arrested
by the people, and several women seen talking
with the Prussians m the Champs Elysees were
severely han '.led. Open air meetings are held
day and night in the Place de la Bastile, but no
violence is reported.
What the Papers Say.
TheDeb'ats says, in spite of their patriotism,
Alsace, Lorraine, Metz !a Pucelle, pass under the
control of Germany. France cannot continue the
?war. The future does not beiong to us, but the
following generations will take vengeance. We
can only say three word?: "Silence, patience''
the other we dare not pronounce; but we have no
right to decide for generations. They can act
freely and decide how to act. The Peuple, in an
article tlgned "Jules Valles," Indies the poor to a
war against the rich. La Vente demands that
merchants lu good stacJing be granted an addi?
tional delay o'* one month In the payment or com?
mercial bills. . All the journals say the Impression
produced by the preliminary terms or peace ls
very bad, and declare no peace real wh^n obtain?
ed under duress; but they recommend calmness
and concord as a means of making the country
great and prosperous.
Another leuer. dated Friday, noon, says: The
Prussian occupation of Paris has ended. The
evacuation commence:! last night, though it was
not generally known at ?his ? A. M. that it had
begun in regular order, witn cavalry and artil?
lery In advance, and on the sidewalk the Prussian
and Bavarian infantry faced the roadway. At
S.3Q^e first men or the main body passed
through the Arc de Trir.mnhe wli?j '.'?nd's playing
aa* oolera flying, straight untrer the arch, the
obstacle J having been removed at the side of the
column. General Shackeyer, commanding the
Eleventh Corps, waa stationed, and received the
salutes of Die meu la passing. Many of the men
wore evergreens on their helmets, and one of th?
regiments, to a man, was absolutely crowned
All restrictions as to persons passing ih and out
of Paris have been, removed". . 5
Another Herald special from Amiens, dated
Friday night, says the greatest jjy and enthusi?
asm at the announcement of the conclusion of
peace is manifested at Headquarters and through?
out the First Army Corps. The French command?
ant has requested the German general In com?
mand to give him arms for two companies, and
also two cannon, to preserve the public peace, as
the workmen intend making a* riotous demon?
stration when the German troops shall have
evacuated the place. No more requisitions have
been Issned upon the Inhabitants, and many Prus?
sian officers decline to dine at the nooses upon
which they are billeted, unless they are invited
by their hosts, becaus? they ?re now in receipt of
their regular allowances.
Paris Itself Again.
PARIS, Saturday Night, March 4.
Paris has resumed:* Its ordinary appearance.
To-night the Boulevards are ...led with promena?
ders. There ls no fear of disturbances. Nearly
all the barricades have been removed. Several
battalions of National Guarda proposed to restore
tbe^guns they had removed from Place Wagrara-.
The authorities replied the guns would be left un?
der their care a few days longer, some battalions
have signed a protest against the pretended con?
trol of the Republican committee or the National
Guard, which seeks to arouse agitation.
A manifesto from Picard denounces the con?
duct of certain person} who pillaged Gobelins
after the departure of the Prussians, and. warns
them that, while the government relies tipon the
patriotism and devotion of the inhabitants, Gene?
ral Viaoy ia de' ermined to do hie .duty by sternly
repressing violations or order.
In the British House of Commons Friday night,
Slr Robert Peel stigmatized the course of Lord
Ly. ns In deserting the British population during
the siege, and praised Minister Washbnrne for
The Britiah iron-clad Water Witcli, . whose en?
gines are worked by hydraulic power, has been
condemned. ' y
It is officially announced at Florence, Italy, that
a treaty of commerce with the United States has
Italy is about to go heavily into the manufac?
ture of arms and the construction of defensive
It is rumored that Napoleon is negotiating for
au estate Lu Bohemia, to which to retire. It is
beHeved, however, that he will go to England, and
spend some time at Ohlselfmvst.
It ls said that Prince Frederick Charles and
Emperor William both drove into Paris Thurs?
Tillers declines to make a treaty of commerce
with Germany, on the ground that lt ls necessary
for France to imitate the United States and re?
store her equilibrium by high tann's.
Bourbaki's army, which escaped into Switzer?
land, wi:l be allowed to return to France thia
Tue Latent-Tlic UaaetAed Condition of
Paris-A Collision at Angers.
VERSAILLES, March 7.
The news from Paris coBtlrms the rumors that
the Inhabitants are*growlng suspicious, and are
acting on the belief that every man's hand is
against them. Foreigners generally are looked
upon as spies, and in many Instances Americans
and Englishmen have been Insulted and roughly
handled In the stree?. Several of the assaulted
persons barely escaped with their lives. The
mob tn Paris, at present, ls almost wild with ex?
citement, and the authorities appear to be po w er?
ie ;s to prevent the spread of the threatened evo?
lutionary spirit. The mob ia found by the govern?
ment to be In possession of a large quantity of
arms and ammunition.
.LONDON, March 7.
A ser*c. ,i3 disturbance occurred on the 27th, at
Angers, between a number of Bretons aud Franc
tlrenrs. The Bretons were praying in the
Champs de Mars when the Franc-tireors came
along and seeing them at devotions took occasion
to mock and pelt them with mud and stones.
The Bretons charged upon them, killing three
and wounding a large number. -
AFFAIRS TN WAS BING TON.
Proceedings of Congress?
The Pr?sident has sent a verbal message to
both Houses. He does not want them to adjourn
this week, or fix a day for that purpose.
Bontwell ias 'intimations from Europe that
large amounts, of tue new bonds will be taken.
' ' Tw*'s?natorial Republican cauc\3'far thc rear?
rangement of committees placed the matter In
the hands o'^Sberman, Morrill, of Vermont,
'Howe, Pohl a'nt'Nye. The ??sslou or' CbrrgTess ls
* HO CSE.
The*credentials of Duke, olaimlng a seat os the
representative from Virginia at large, were re?
ferred to the election committee. Lin uer a reso?
lution instructlug the speaker to appoint .com?
mittees, Butler urged Congress to stay and pass
some law for '.be protection or the people or the
South. The resolution was tabled. Adjourned to
A.-btn was Introduced- abolishing the- income
tax. Robertson introduced a bill relieving rrom
the disabilities imponed by the Fourteenth amend?
ment al! except members of Congress; officers of
the army and navy, above twenty-one years of
fige-.-Wtiaabaadoiied their ulaces to aid the rebel
Hon, and members of the State conventions who
voted rn favor of secession. A joint resolution to
adjourn on Wedne:day was tabled.
Joseph c. Abbott presented a memorial calm?
ing that he had received a majority of the, legal
votes of thc North Carolina Legislature for the
Senate, those cast for Vauce, who is ineligible,
being nulL Bills, were Introduced to charter the
TehuanU-pec Railway and Ship Canal; also, by
Blair, to remove all disabilities rrom the people of
the Southern States. Adjourned to Thursday.
. A PAP AT ALLOCUTION. .
ROME, March 7*.
The Pope-hus held a secret consistory, in
which rle delivered an allocution or considerable
length. Thc Holy Father, in his address to the
cardinals, attacks the motives and acts of the au
'thor8of the recent Italian events, and particu?
larly the occupation or Rome, aud rejects the
guarantees or his spliitual power proposed by the
bill recently passed by the Italian Parliament. He
also laments the occurrence or the Franco-Prus?
sian war, and expresses bis gratitude for tae;de
votion to himself and the church or the whole
SPARKS FROM TBE WIRES.
Portland and Bath elect Republican mayors;
Rockland. Lewistcn and Saco elect Democratic
The mail service on the Louisville and Lexing?
ton Railroad ls stopped. Important letters, in
the meantime, Tor points on the road should go by
express.' The mails are accumulating at Louis?
The officers or the ship Neptune have been dis?
charge^ at New Xork by ihe United States com
-The sugar and molasses production or Louisi?
ana ls regaining Its former importance. The In?
crease of receipts is fully fl'ty per cent, over those
CLOSING THE SESSION.
GOT EUS OR SCOTT VETOES THE FEB.
A Cat ill. tue Mtul-Tn b-End of the
Charleston Commissioners' investiga?
tion-Calling for Troopa- Fallare of
air Attempt to'Posf pone Adjournment.
[SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE NEWS.]
COLUMBIA, Tuesday, March 7.
The Senate passed the sterling funded debt
bill by a vote of twenty-four to seven. .Numerous
other bills were passed.
in the House, Wilkes, of the Washington Inter?
viewing committee, stated that Governor Scott
Lad not transmitted the joint; resolution calling
on the President for troops, and then Introduced
a concurrent rcs'?ut ion making a request for
troops from ta> Genoral Assembly direct, which
was, after a warm debate, adopted.
* EVENING SES3IO?I.
In the Senate, the Governor's veto on . the ap?
propriation bili te meet legislative expenses was
read. & ls reasons for vetoing are that,, by some
scccet agency, large amounts had slipped in
which but few know anything of, and it.was be?
yond hi; comprehension how such an amount
coufd be legitimately expended. He would,
therefore, be recreant to bis duty If he became a
party to a wrong by which the whole people
Speeches were mad? by Corbin, Smalls and
Maxwell, who spoke in favor of the veto.. Leslie,
Johnson, Swoils and Hayne advocated the pas?
sage of the bill over the veto. The veto was sus?
tained by a vote of 21 to 8. Whlttemore offered a
resolution to extend the session till Saturday, In
<nler to .pass anew bill. The session was sus?
pended till half-past W P. M.
The Charleston County commission investiga?
tion 13 closed. No sufficient evidence, substan?
tiating the alleged frauds, was produced.
The resolution postponing adjournment was,
on motion or Wimbush, indefinitely postponed in
WINDING UP THE WORK.
The t2a?e of Judge Thomas-A Mem?
ber who has Conunoa. Sense-Bold
AV UK!? from Whipper-Jane Moble jr
on his Mu.ele-The Railroad Ring.
[FBOM OCR OWN CORllESPONDENT.]
COLUMBIA, ll arch 6.
The day sessions to-day were of a most
.quiet and business like nature, and bills, joint
resolutions and other matters, were called up and
aoied upon with astonishing rapidity. Nothing
of great importance transpired until evening,
when lu the Senate the judiciary report concern?
ing Judge Thomas came up for consideration.
ThereRort and the evidence taken by the com?
mittee TVere read, whereafter Mr. Hamilton ap?
peared within the bar as counsel for the judge.
The latter advanced various propositions in law
! to sustain hlspolot, that Judge Thomas, being a
! single mau, and residing the greater portion of
the year at various hotels within the district, was
j a resident of the district, and did consequently
not violate the constitution, and that the House of
Representatives had so decided on 'last Saturday.
After considerable debate. In which Corbin, Wim
bush, Leslie and Nash participated, a vote on the
adoption of an address to the Governor, requesting
the judge'B removal, was adopted by a vote of
$2 to 7.
In the House, from the titse ft was called to
order at half past seven o'clock P. M.? uni.i ad?
journment, about mtdulght, the scene was one of
constant coufusloo. Tue tirst matter under con?
sideration was a bill taking Hie assessment or
property out or the hands or a-sessors aUd re?
quiring ccuuty auditors to perform that duty,
which was!submitted by Whipper without are
porwhe not-being able to ima-iii? committee
Jamison moved t-j make the bill the special order
f-.r" November 28, aud spuke against Its passage.
Whipper said that ir opposition had been expect?
ed he should have expected it from j ist such a
man as him, who could not comprehend che bli! If
be read lt tor twenty years. Jamison rose to a
point ol order, and declared he had common
sense. Whipper thought it was more than com?
mon-lt was uncommon, as no one else on the
floor possessed any like lt, and continued : "He ls
one ol those men who last year used (heir offices
(Jamison was an assessor) lor electioneering pur?
poses to obtain his sear, which he now holds to the
detriment of the State and the ruination or ihe
people, and who always gets up here and talks
whether he knows augnt of the matter owler de?
bate or not. Jamison declared that his opposition
was always where ho found Whipper-attempting
to whip the devil around tho st ump. After some
further abusive remarks the bill was passed. June
Mobley then got on his muscle, il a j ne, of Barn?
well, introduced a jocose resolution that Moblej,
who had beea a perfect ' jack In the box" while
the aforesaid quarrel was in progress, be allowed
a recess from the 7th of March. This riled "June,"
and, deeming words not sufficiently expressive,
he attemptea a more forcible argument, but wus
met ha;f way by the sergeaut-at-arms and seve?
ral of the members, who, af.er a short scuffle,
durlug which several desks were overturned,
hustled him from the hall. Whipper.offered a res
elution to expel Mobley, which, after au excited
debate, was Indefinitely postponed. Mobley then
apologized to all except Whipper, whom he In?
formed that he would "seehlin hereafter "
Til E JOKT I! J LL.
The committee of rree conference from both
houses, who had under consideration the amend
meats or both, rrom which either refused to re
cede, made a report to-day recommending that
thc Goverdor shall appoint one officer Tor each
county, who, with the county treasurers and
chairmen or the county commission ur their re?
spective counties, shall constitute a board of Jury
commf-slouers. Other amendments or minor
Importance were also agreeably udjnsted, and the
bili then waa eurolied fur raiihcatiua.
On motion, the enacting and resolving clause
wa? stricken out or the old repealing Paragraph
4, Sec.lon 81, of tae Code of Procedure, and thc
joint resuluiiou providing Xor-compensation lor
the ?tate librarian.
CON WI .1 HATIONS. ?
The following appointments were confirmed yes?
terday bv the Senate. Trial Jubilees : Barn?
well county-James M. Ryan. Union County
James J. Jeter. Ocouee Comity-Or. B. W. Bell.
Laucuster county-Jong Q. Coursart. u. J. wan
erspoou, J. Clinton, Isaac Gardner, John M. Belk,
1). c. Wolfe, Wm. Robertson. Abbeville County
M. Kapau. Charleston County-George Lee. Ker?
shaw County-J. P. Sutherland, JJ. A. Schoock, J.
T. Truesdel. A. A. Hucuabee, S. B. Hall. C. M.
Thumpson. Clarendon County-James Warley,
M. M. Benbow, J. scott Burgess. J. M. Fleming,
W. R. Burgess, Powell P. McKnight. Also, John
Heart, eommlssluner uf agricultural statistics
tor the Slate, and A. W. Hough, count v auditor,
and Samuel Peace, cuuuty'treasurer of Kershaw
PATEKS FT.OM THU HOrSE.
Concurrent resolution authorizing the clerks of
the two bouses to issue pay ceiililcites to mem?
bers and subordinate officers frum March 2 to
March 7, Inclusive, which wa-s concurred tn and
returned to the Uous<-; a bill to incorporate the
Beaiord and Mazy ck EthioDian Troupe; a hill to
establish Big House Ferry, in Beaufort County,
S.O.; a bili to regulate passenger fares on rail?
roads; a mil to repeal the charger of the Rantowie
Bridge, and tu make thc same i public highway;
joint resolution aut horizing the State auditor and
county commissioners tu levy certain laxes; joint
rt&olutlon to require the Governor to communi?
cate with tho proper authorities uf the State of
Georgia, with a view to readjustment or the
boundary line between the States or Georgia and
South Carolina, aud authorizing the appointment
ur commissioners; Joint fesolutl in authorizing
Hie Governor tu have the flooring and roof of the
All of the above bills received a tl rsi reading.
Thc concurrent resolution to authorize the State
Hupsrinteudent of. education to summon tit?
schucl commissioners to make sundry changes In
the text bouka for Hie use orcommou schools,
?c., was, on motion of Leslie, laid ou the table.
The committee on enrolled acts reported the
following, coi recily engrossed, and presented tu
the Governor at io A. M.: An act to incorporate
the Charleston Rifle Club; au act to change the
name of the Gap Creek aud M?dale Saluda Turn?
pike Company, and to amend and renew the
charter thereof: an act to alter aud renew the ?
charter of the Town of Darlington; au act to
?nuke appropriation io* the payment of the per
diem and laileaire of the members of the General
Assembly, and the subord?nate officers anti uther
expenses incidental therciu; an act to amend an
act entitled-'Au act to establish and maintain a
system of free common schools for the state of
south Carolina;" J?mt resolution making an ap?
propriation ot forty-seven thousand dollars fur Hie
completion or the State Lunatic Asylum and tor
Also, the following ready for ratification: An
act to amend an ac; entitled "An act to incorpo?
rate the Enterprise Railroad Company or Charles?
ton," &c; an act to enable Judgment debtors to
sell the feat and personal property, and confirm
sales already made In conformity with conditions
therein specified; an act. to make appropriations
and raise supplies for the year commencing No?
vember 1.1870: bill to determine the day of elec?
tion for the Mayor and "Aldermen or the City or
Charleston: joint resolution authorizing the State
andltor and county commissioners to levy certain
taxes; a btll to charter the Northwestern Rail?
road Company in the State of South Carolina.
Tte following resolutions were adopted:
Resolved, That the sergeant-at-arms be, and he
ls hereby, authorized to. take charge of that part
of the Capitol used by the Senate, and the furni?
ture belonging ther.no, with the exception of the
room used by the ck-rk of the Senate.
Resolved, ThM Rule 33 of the Senate, which
provides that "no bill shall be read a third time
on the day fixed for the adjonrnment or the Sen
ate,'* be and 1B hereby suspended daring the re?
mainder of the session.
Concurrent resolution authorizing the Govern?
or to appoint a physician to Inspect the various
asylums in the United States.
POSTPONED TILL NEXT 8ESSI0N.
House bill to provide for the election of justices
of the peace and constables, and fot other pur?
poses: report or judiciary committee on bill to
provide Tor the appointment of trial justices and
-the organisation or their courts, and the Jurisdic?
tion "of the same; bill j>rovkrlQg for the establish?
ment of normal schools In each Congressional
District; ablll to repeal an Act to provide for the
appointment of a land commissioner, and to de?
fine his powers and duties, was made the special
order for the 6th day or Decembernext. and a bill
to provide for the Incorporation of towns and
vlHages in this State.
PA33ED AND SENT TO THE HOCSK-.
A bill to protect the interests or th; State wher?
ever interest is due on endorsed railroad bonds;
also, a hill- to Incorporate the Continental Tele?
graph company wa8 passed and ordered to be
sent to the.House or Representatives.
EVENING SESSION-ENROLLED FOR RATIFICATION.
A Joint resolution to authorize the State auditor
and the county commissioners to levy a certain
tax (for 1S71-72) was returned rrom the House,
and ordered to be enrolled for ratification.
The resolution provides for a taxation of ten
mills on the dol'ar-seven for countie?-and three
POSTPONED TILL NBXT SESSION.
A bill to require an- additional .report from the
countv commissioners or Pleiteas and O cooee
Counties, and-abill to amend section 8 of an act
to determine aud perpetuate tliethomestea'.l
The following bills were laid ba the table: Bill
lp amend section ?fteen of an act to organize and
govern the minti s of South Carolina; concurrent
resolution requesting.hl9 Excellency the Governor
to return the arms to militia ?mpantes; as was
also the report or committee on finance to autho?
rize certain county commissioners to subscribe to
the capital stock of the south Carolina Central
"Railroad Company, to Issue bonds and to provide
for the interest and principal thereon.
And the following had the enacting clause
stricken out: A bill (House) to amend an act to
organize and' govern the militia of the State of
Sooth Carolina; a bill to secure advances for agri?
cultural purposes; also, a bill to amend an act to
protect laborers working un.'er contract, or for
shares of crops.
The joint resolution to pay L. A. Bigger the som
of $12,000 ror damages cone by the Ru-Klux, was
MOUSE-READY FOB RATIFICATION. .
A bill to provide for the government of the State
institution for Hie education of the deaf, dumb
and blind: a b:ll to iucorporate the Workingmen*'
MutualXlfe Assurance Association; also, a hill to
recharter the Jackaonboro' Ferry, over Edlato
River; a bill to renew and amend the charier of
the-Town of Anderson.
A concurrent resolution directing the clerks of
both Houses to Issue nay certificate's to members
and employees, Including.March 7, was adopted.
THE OOVERHOR'8 TKTO.
Tlie consideration, of the Governor's veto on the
bill appointing trustees for the.De La Howe Free
School, of Abbeville, caused some little excited
talk. Cn the vote being taken, the action of ?the
Governor was sustained by a vote of a to 21.
The following bills passed a third reading and
Were acut to the Senate : A bill to authorize B. F.
English to erect a wharf and collect wharfage at
Port Royal: a Joint resolution to authorize the re?
publication of C?nala volumes or the statutes at
larire: a jolut resolution authorizing the Governor
to have the roor.or the StatJio ?se repaired, ana
to liav"; the StstoUoosc i encored ; a bill.to Licoruo- J
rate tue Benford and Mazvtl; ethiopian MiiisricTl
The joint committee on finance and wavs and
means, instructed to visit ihecoraptroller-geue
rai's oflice to examine into his arrangements for
the sare custo-.iy or the public property in his
keeping, eubmlited a report stating thar, they had
performed their duty, and found that the vaults
and safes were fire and burglarproof and that
the records or bonds are kept In good order, aud
of easy reference.
The following bilis received second reading and
were engrossed for? third: A Smate bill to regu?
late the disposition of flues and penalties Imposed
and collected ?a criminal causes by the Circuit
COnrt or General Sessions and trial justice*: a
Senate bill to empower the St tte to maintain the
beneficiaries lu the Lunatic Asylum, instead or
t he several circuits; a Senate bill to amend an act
entitled "An act establishing a line beyond which
the wharves sha 1 nor. be extended In the City or
Charleston, and for other purposes," ratified De
oember 21,1?36; a Senate bill io amend an act en
tilled "An act to regulate the formation of corpo?
rations," approved December 10, 1869; a Senate
bill to vest tue right nnd title or the Sta'e In and
to certain escheated property tn a certain person
therein mentioned; a Seuate bill to amend an act
to provide ror the conversion or State securities;
a ben a te bill to amend anne; entitled an "An act
to revise, simplify aad.abrldge tue rules, practice,
pleadings and rorros or the courts of this State; a
Senate bill to Incorporate the Huntoon Chemical
ami (Soap Company oi South Garollua: a Seuate
bill to provide r r the redemption or certain lands
BOW under order or.General E. R. s. Canby for
P08TP0NED TILL NEXT SESSION.
A Senate bill to authorize an i cmnower the
board ol county commissioners or Darlington
County to Issue bouds to the ainouut of $25,u00,
andabillto vest lu the attorney general or the
Stale all the powers heretofore conferred upon
the State constable.
EVENING SSSSION-SILLS PASSED.
The following bills passed third reading: A
bill to charter the Cheraw, Lancaster, Union and
Greenville Railroads. A bill to incorporate the
Brewer Gold Mining Company of Souta? Carolina.
A bill to regulate the manufacture and sale of
commercial fertilizers. A bill to define .thc righLs
or common carriers. A bill to authorize Mic
county commissioners or Barnwell to establish a
road rrom Blackville lo Allendale, was passed io a
TEE RA1LK0AD RING
.have been very uneasy all day about their con?
solidation bill, ami their faces wore an unusually
long look, lt was expected by .them that Hie
Governor would sign the bill as soon as it reached
him. and wheu the hour of 10 arrived chis even?
ing, and the bill-was still not signed, mutterings
were neara in various places. Joe Crews showed
your correspondent a resolution, which lie
xlir-rateued to Introduce, rescinding tue resolution
-to adjourn to-morrow ror the purpose or making
the bul a law lu spite or the Governor, aird to re?
scind th lr action on the s-erling funded debt bill.
To the question, how can you do that* Joe
Crews replied: "Oh, we can doit; we luve got
things iu our own hands."
-. '. _ . ?-#
-In describing tlie opening or the Forty-sec?
ond Congress, the Washington Patriot says:
"The general physiognomy or the House or Re?
presentatives has greatly improved. On Satur?
day, wiieu tlie carpet-baggers, scallywags and
negroes, who claim to represent the Southern
States-the Africans being by rar the best of the
lot-appeared to be sworn in, there was a general
expression of disgust, even among the Radicals,
who are to be arsociated with this tribe as col?
leagues. But when the Democratic and Conser?
vative members from the South-the- real repre?
sentatives of the people-presented themselves at
the bar, the contrast was so sfiking and impres?
sive, that involuntary applause testified the ap?
preciation from the floor and the galleries.1' The
Baltimore Sun's correspondent, speaking of the
drawing of seats in the House of Representatives,
says: "Two or the negro members, Turner, or
Alabama, and Elliott, of South Carolina, were
modestly contented with seats on the omer row;
but Kainey, Wall and DeLarge marched boldly
up to conspicuous places in the vicinity of Gene?
ral Banks; Cobb, or Nor:li Carunna, rrom choice,
and Maynard, of Tennessee, from both necessity
and choice, took seats as near the Africans as
they could get."
-Hon. William M. Tweed lias leased tue Metro
no Pan Ho'el. New York, ror seven years. The
amount paid ls *co,ooo a year for the first two
years, and fc.3.000 a year for the five years suc?
ceeding, it is the intentlou to make it the head?
quarters for the Democracy. ?
WORK OF THE LEGISLATURE
s JESS i o y OF 1870-71.
/lets ana Joint Resolution? Approved b jr
the Governor or Become L?wi without
Tne following is a list of the acts and joint
resolutions approved' by the Governor np to the
3d instant inclusive:
DECEMBER 23, 1870.
An act lo make appropriation for th? payment 0
the per diem and mileage bf the' members of tire
General Assembly, and the salaries of the subor?
dinate officers, and other expenses incidental
Joint resolution authorizing the -attorney-gene?
ral to employ assistance in certain suits now
pending, and making an appropriation to pay the
JANUARY 19, 1871.
Joint resolution authorizing the county commis?
sioners of Williamsburg County, to levy a special
Joint resolution authorizing the county commis?
ioners of Oconee Coan t y to levy a special tax.
An act to Incorporate the- Stonewall Fire En
Sine Company, or Chester.
An aceto provide for the publication of-the acts,
reports, resolutions, journals, and other papers of
the General Assembly.
JANUARY 26, 1871.
Joint resolution for the relief of S. Cochran, T.
Cochran, Elizabeth Cochran, J aliarla Irvine, Isa?
bella Irvine, and Henrietta Irvine.
FEBRUARY ll. 1S7 I.
An act to regulate the appointment, Jurisdic?
tion and duties or notaries-public.
An act to repeal so much or the act of 1839 as
prohibits the clerks of Wie courts of the State
rrom acting as attorneys or solicitors in the
courts of, the State.
An act to amend an act entitled "An act to es?
tablish a State Orphan Asylum."
MARCH 2, 1871.
An act to authorize circuit judges to hold
courts In other circuits than their own.
An act to incorporate the Kock Hill Hook and
An act to incorporate the Champion Hook and
Ladder Company ft Chester. '
An act to Incorporate the savings Building and
Loan Association or South. Carolina...
An act to renew and amend the charter ot. the
Town of Mount Pleasant.
An act to provide fur tne protection of persons,
properly and the public peace.
Au act to charter the Town of Hamburg.
An act to incorporate the Town ot Tlmmons
Au act to Incorporate the Mechanics' Union, No.
1, or the City or Cnarleston. South Carolina.
An act to supply'the-deficiency in the appro?
priation for the support and maintenance of free
An act to charter the town of Yorkvi le.*
- An act to vest in the Charleston Land Company
the charter of a ferry from Hamlin's wharf, in
the*City of Charleston, to the following points on
the Wando River, to wit : Scanlonvtlle, Remley's
Point, Yenning s Landing, and Daniel's Isl ind
An act to amend an act entitled "Anact te au?
thorise the commissioners of public bondings, for
Williamsburg District, to sell certain portions of
the public grounds," passed the 22d day of De
?ember, A. u.1859.
9 An act to authorize sty vanns Mayo to bo lld a
wharf in the Town of Beaufort.
An act to renew and amen i the charter of the -
Town of Bamberg, in trie State or South Carolina.
" Joint resolution authorizing the state-treasurer
to reissue to John Phillips, executor ot John Camp*
bell, deceased, certain certificates or state stock.
Joint resolution to provide for the publication of
the decisions of the Supreme Court, during the '
years 1668t 1869 and 1870.
An act to Incorporate the Whipper Guards, of
Christ -Church Parish.
An act to protect thc rights of parents, and te
prevent the procuring- and carrying from the
?tate persons under the age oi 21 years.
An act to incorporate the Salamander Hook and
Ladder Company, o' Georgetown, S. G.
.A h act to require tbs State Treasurer to pay
county treasurers their apportionment of. the
State school lund belonging to their respective
counties, and for other purposes.
Joint resolution authorizing the State librar?an
to purchase ?natu volumes of State reports.
Joint resolution ordering that the lion. James L.
Orr. Judge of the Eighth Judicial Circnlt.be al?
lowed extra compensatio:! lor holding extra
Joint resolution directing that funds known as .
Canby School Tunda, re?datuing In hands of coan
ry treasurers, be appropriated to the free school
Joint resolution to provide for the payment of
mileage certificates of members of State board of
education of the State ot South Carolina.
An act to permit William L. Wood to adopt Na
poison B. smith, to make him his lawful heir-, and
to change the name of tlie said Napoleon B.
Smith, to that of Napoleon B. Wood.
An act to alter and amend an act entitled "An
act to-alter and amend the charter and extend
the i\ml ts or tlie City of Columbia.
- Joint resolution authorizing A. R. Taylor, Hen?
ry Arthur and others to continue, for a term of
two years, two gates erected by them across the
old State road iu Lexington County, at the be?
ginning anti terminus of their planting lands.
The following acts and Joint resolutions became
laws without the Governor's signature:
An act to ves? the title'of thc State to a lot of
land lu the Village nf Oranjretiurg, of which
Delirien Klepplug died seized, in the purchaser
or purchasers who shall pay for the premises un?
der a sale made by' a decree of the Probate
Court of Charleston county, and to direct the ap?
plication of the proceeds or sale.
Joint resolution authorizing and directing the
Stile auditor aud county commissioners to levy
certain taxes. .
An act to provide a salary for the office of the
Lleutenant-Goveroor of this State.
Joint resolution authorizing the State auditor
to suspend proceedings In certain oases.
An act to Incorporate the Hedges Light Guard,
of Ed ls tu, South Carolina.
An act supplementary to an act entitled "An
act to authorize administrators, executors and
other fiduciaries to sell certain evidences of in?
debtedness at public sale, aud to compromise lu
An act to recharter the Pumpklntown Turnpike
Road, in PIckens County.
An act to incorporate the Nashville Independent
Blues Charitable Association, of the City or
Charleston, South Carolina.
Joint resolution authorizing the Executive to
commission Ridley K. Carlton as coroner or Beau?
An act-to renew and extend an ac; to provide
a mod? by which to perpetuate testimony In re?
lation to deeds, wills, choses In action, and
other papers destroy.ed or lost during the recent
An act to regulate the rinnt of traverse.
An act to recharter Moore's Ferry, under the
name of Dlnkln's Ferry, over the Catawba River.
An act to renew and amend tue charter of the
Town of Spartanburg.
An a?t tp Incorporate the Charleston Cleansing
Company of thc City or Charleston.
An act to Incorporate the South Carolina Saving
and Building Association, No. 2.
An aot to incorporate the Logan Fusiliers, or the
r arish of St. Thomas and St Denis, Charleston
An act ceding the Jurisdiction or the State or
South Carolina to the United States of America
over such lands as may be acquired for public
purposes by the said United States of America.
TUE STATE OF THE WEATHER.
Look out for Squalls.
WASHINGTON, March 7. j
The telegraphic facilities ot the department
are much Improved to-day, though not yet fulL
The following is a synopsis of the weather re?
ports for the past twenn-four hours: The pres?
sure has risen on the south Atlantic, and clear
weather and fresh easterly winds generally pre?
vail. The barometer has rallen rapidly, but ls
still high on the middle Atlantic, where high
clouds are now appearing. Fnlr weather and a
falling barometer have prevailed on Lake On?
tario. The barometer is quite low from
Lake Erie to Nebraska, and from Wiscon?
sin to Tennes-ee, with threatening weather
and increasing fresh winds. The cen?
tral area of the lowest pressure 1? apparently
moving towards the southeast, but ls extendlug
its Influence on the lakes. Cloudy weather ls re
ported.from the Rocky Mountain stations.
Threatening weather ls Indicated for Wednes?
day-! n the Ouir and Southern States; stormy
weather in the Ohio valley and on the lakes. There
ls no secure"Sasls for further probabilities.
-M. Napoleon Jerome Bonaparte, sometime
Prince Napoleon, has deemed it necessary to
write to the London Times denning "the cal?
umnies so odious and ridiculous'' as those which
declare him to be a candidate for the French
throne. Will bis ex-Majesty now put in a similar
WHAT THE EBESIDEST WANTS. "
Those So-failed Outrage? Matt be S?p
pre??<t-TU?i High CommlMloit
?SPECIAl TTLIIGRii? TO THE MEWS.]
President Grant informed the Congressional
committee, which waited upon him to-day, that
he hoped that Congres* wonk', not adjourn with?
out makins fall.provision for the suppression of
all outrages in the Southern States. Under the
present laws be would be powerless to prevent
them. The select committee upon the alleged
outrages will present a bill for this purpose next
week. . -
The Presl Jent' also said that he thought that
the labors of the Joint High Commission would
Boon reach ? satisfactory conclusion.
. _ ELI RIDGB.
A JUDGE KILLED IN CO CET.
Bloody Riot at Jackson, Miss-A Long
Roll of Killed and Wounded.
MERIDIAN, MISS., March 7.
Testerday, during the trial of three negroes,
charged with riotous conduct, one of the prison?
ers, named Finley alias Tyler, colored, shot and
instantly tilled Justice Bramlette, who was pre
sraing. Indiscriminate firing ensued, -aud two
negroes were killed in the courtroom. Tyler
Jumped from the second story, to the ground, pur?
sued by the. sheriff and a posse, and was shot
to death. The citizens assembled in large num.
be'rs, armed, to assist the officers, the sheriff
ordered them to disarm the negroes, and
in doing this several were killed. Last night the
total killed, as far aa positively known, was six
negroes and Judge Bramlette, white. Mayor
Willram Sturgess, long obnoxious to the good
citizens, and a planner of much mischief among
the negroes, on his own motion, was given a Bare
conduct to the cars this morning by the citizens,
on a pledge to go North never to return,, after
tendering bis resignation.
JACSSON, Miss., March 7.
There was a riot at Meridian, Miss., ninety-five
mile? east of here, yesterday, during which Judge
Bramlette, of the City- Court, (white,) and eight
or ten. negroes were killed, and a number of
whites and negroes were wounded. A Ure oc?
curred on Saturday night, destroying seventy-live
thousand dollars1 worth of property. Lo ft en, a
negro, was arrested as the Incendiary, and was
being tried before Judge Bramlette, when Tyler
(negro) rose In the court-room, and shot Judge
Bramlette through the head, killing him instantly.
A general melee ensued.' Tyler and Lorten
were killed Instantly. J. Aaron Moore, negro, a
prominent politician, and member or the Mis?
sissippi Legislature, was also a prisoner as an ac?
cessory to the burning. He was shot; it is sup?
posed mortally. Last night there was another fire
destroying the church and other buildings. A
meeting of ' the citizens was held, and a safety
commttteejto co-operate with the sheriff in p rest?
er ving order, waa appointed. All is.now quiet, stur?
gess, Mayor, from Connecticut, who has been a
fomenter of strire In the town, took the Northern
bound train last night, promising never to re?
turn. A committee arrived here this evening to
confer winrGavernor Alcorn in the matter.
Clewing ano jjggjgjjjgg jjjggft*
TO. REDUCE STOCK, WE OFFER THE
BALANCE OF OUR
GREATLY. HE DICED PRICES,
BEAVER OVER SACKS, $38 and $?0, to $36
BEAVER OVER SACKS, $36, to $28
BEAVER OVER SACKS, $30 and $32, to $26
BEAVER AND MELTON OVER SACKS, $26 and
$28, to $20
BEAVER AND MELTON OVER SACKS, $18 and
$22, to $15
BEAVER AND MELTON OVER SACKS, $14 and
UNION BEAVER OVER SACKS. $10, to $7
UNION BEAVER OVER SACKS, $7, to $5 -
BEAVER, KING WILLIAM, $28, to $20
BEAVER, KING WILLIAM, $20, to $15
CHINCHILLA D. B. SACKS, $26, to $20
CHINCHILLA D. B. SACKS, $15, to $12
CHINCHILLA D. B. SACKS. $12, to $10
CHINCHILLA D. B.'SACKS, $10, lo $8.
WE HAVE JN STOCK,
A PILL LINE OF GOODS,
FOR MENS' WEAR.
J. H. LAWTON & CO..
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BUILDING.
PROFESSOR BERGER'S BED.B?G
Glen! vron h's Roach Exterminator
Costar's Rat Poison
Isaacsen'8 Sure Pop-Deatn to Mosquitoes.
For sale by DB. H. BAER,
j?y& No. 131 Meeting st'eeL
Premium ?sn? Sale.
$95,000 _ $05,000
LAST CHANCE TO SEE WHAT $5 WILL DO.
$6 -Will secure a Share in the Aiken Premlum $6
$5 Land Sale.v.invest $6
$5 Will secare a share as above end a fine $5
$6 Wort of Aft to adorn yent-homes..$5
$5 Will secure a share and the SteelEngrave 15
$s lng, "Marriageof Pocahontas,"..."worth is
$6 wm secare a share and tie Steel Ertgr&v- ?5
$5 lng, 'iLanding of commons;'1.-.,.. worttr $6
$6 -wm ?ecare a sitare and tte SteelEngravu $5
.j6 big, "The Day we Celebrate,"..worth $6
$5 Will secure a share and the ' beautiful $&
$6 Chromo, "^menean Antonin,"....worth ia
$6 Will sooure to ?oma shamholder the Der- $5
$S by Mansion ir. i ?6 acres of Vineyard and $K
$5 Orchard, valu- I u\$26,000..:.....:..-..... $5
55-'Will secure to .i"ae shareholder "Hose-. ?5
?6 ville Farm," wo acres..:. $6
5.-value4at Sio.o?O.......'..invest se
$6 Will secure to some shareholder "Gin- $5
$6 house Farm," les acres.......??.???? $$
55 valued at $6000................Invest $5
$5 Win secure to sooie shareholder who in- $5
$5 vests, a Peaob Orchard, valued at $8900 fa
$6 Win secure to some shareholder a Vine-. $5
$6 yard and Peach Orchard. $5
$6 valued at $300?.,.invest $5
$5 will secure to some shareholder a fine aa
56 Villa-Site, with Cottage Garden, Ac., $5
$5 valued at $2500.invest $6
$6 Will secure to 88 other shareholders' val- $5
$5 nable properties, ranging in value from $5
$5 $300 to $1600.invest $&
$6 These Real Estate Brizes. $6
$6 valued at $95,000, are loci ted in the bean- $6
$6 tlful Town of Aiken, South Carolina... ?6
$5 ?s unequalled elimata and health-giving $5
$6 surround inga, hos made lt the $5
$6 ''SARATOGA OF THE SOUTH." $5
$5 The Shares will bo distributed April 21st, $8
$0* when each Shareholder will see SS
$5 "WHAT FIVE DOLLARS WILL no." . $5
"There ls a tide In the affairs of men, which,
Taken at the flood, leans on to fortune."
The most liberal terms to Clubs.
For desaription or the valuable Real Estate,
Prises, notices or the press, names of Committee,
to make the Drawing, home endorsements, and
general character or the enterprise and manage?
ment, send for pamphlet. Remittances for shares
should be made with Pbstofflce Money Order, or
currency in registered letter, or by Express. Ad?
dress J. 0. DERBY, General Manager,
Office corner of Jackson and Reynolds streets.
*y Residents of Charleston and vicinity can
secureBbares by apulyingto J. RUSSELL BAKER,
50 Society st.; atc. HICKEY'S, No. 345 King street;
WILBUR* SONS', No. 69 Broad street,"and JU?
LIUS BO UMiLLAT'S, No. ?Ol King street,;where
specimens of the Works of Art, which each share?
holder receives, can "be Been._mar2-42
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ROSAD ALIS, a sure cure for
ROS AD ALIS, endorsed by
ROS AD ALIS, a potent remetiLy
ROSAD ALIS, a Remedy tried
and true. .
ROS AD ALIS, the best Altera
. tive extant
ROS AD ALIS endorsed by the
Dr. R. WILSON CARR or Baltimore.
Dr. T. C. PUGH, of Baltimore. -
Dr. THOS. J. BOYKIN, or Baltimore.
Dr. A. DURGAN, of Tarboro', N. 0. "
Dr. J. 8. SPARKS, of Nlcholasvue, Ky.
Dr. A. F. WHEELER, of Lima. Ohio.
T/r. W. H9LL0W?Y, or Philadelphia.
Dr. J. L. MCCARTHA, or Sooth Carolina,i
.?nu many otners. See ROSAD ALIS ALMANAC.
endorsed by Rev. DABNEYBALL, now of Mary?
land Conference, formerly Chaplain In the Con?
federate Ai my of Northern Virginia.
is Alterative, Tonic and Diuretic, and acta at
one and the same tune upon the BLOOD, LIVER,
SIDNEYS and all tire SECRETORY ORGANS; et
pelling all impure matter and building up the
system to a healthy, vigorous condition.
HOS \ OA 1,1 H ? ^
IS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, ) Wholesale
GOODRICH, WISEMAN & CO.,} Agents in
Dr. H. BAER, ) Charleston.
mare-ly_' ? '
QER?LAN SOOTHING CORDIAL!
A-? INVALUABLE REMEDY FOR INFANTS I
This ls the-best Medicine for young children,
suffering with Colic, Diarrhoea, or any other com?
plaint, incident to Teething, it may be given
with safety, as it contains no opium, or other Bi*
Price, 25 cents a bottle.
Manufacture! and for sale by . .
DB. H. BAER.
Also by the following Druggists :. .
A. W. ECKEL A CO., Dr. A, RAOUL.
Dr. W. A. SKRINE, A. O. BARBOT,
W. T. LITTLE & QO., J. BLACKMAN,
P. M. COHEN, Dr. E. H. KELLERS,
E. 8. BURNHAM, GRAMAN A >? CL WAKE
G. W. AIMAR, J. LOCKWOOD,
G. J. LDHN, -. W. T. LINN,
W. A. GIBSON,
And by Druggists generally. j an 21
STAR SHIRTS IN? mm
IN THE CITY ARE TO BB F0UN? AT
STAB SHIRT EMPORIUM,
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET.
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED.
STAR SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER AT SHORT
NOTICE, AND A
PER Pg CT FIT QUARAMTEEP.
OLUMB I ? HOTEL,
COLUMBIA, S. 0.,
WM. GORMAN, PROPRIETOR.
The Proprietor of this pleasantly lo ?ted and
elegantly furnished Establishment, at the State
I Capital, desires to inform the travelling public and
others, seeking accommodations, tba', the "CO
LUM EI A" ls in every respect a flrst-clase Hotel
I anani?based by any in the state or the United'
States. Situated in the husmeas centre or the
city, with flue large airy rooms, and a table sup?
plied with every delicacy of the season, both front
New York and" Charleston markets, the Proprie?
tor pledges that no efforts will be spared to give
perfect satisfaction In every respect.
A first-class Livery Stable ls attached to the
Hotel where vehicles of every description can be
had at the shortest notice. .
Omnibuses attend ihe arrival and departure or
every Trata. . WM. GORMAN-,
Proprietor and SuperJo^ndent.
J. D. BUDDS, Cashier. aprlf ":m
TU ST. EEOEIVED,
CA RR o LATE OF LIME, toe best Disinfectant
and diswer of Rats, lilce Bugs, Cockroaches^
Sf ?1?^ quanti placed where they frequent
' ^ffiSKSe^ vegetable Pain Ex.
Afresh supply of Fleming's Worm Confections,
the most reliable in use.
Also, a fresh supply of SEAL OLEUM, the great
remedy for Rheumatism.
For sale, wholesale and re:aU, by
Dr. H. BABB,
ntayso No. 131 Meeting street.