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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1872.
NEWS OF THE DAT.
-Gold at New York closed at 8|a8?.
-The New York cotton market closed quiet ;
uplands 21|; sales 742 bales.
-At Liverpool cotton closed quiet; uplands
10|d; sales 12,000 balee.
J-The President's lather, Jesee R. Grant,
has tendered his resignation as postmaster at
-A regular highway robbery took place at
Brooklyn last night, making six persons gar?
roted and robbed within two days.
-G. 8. Snead, of London, claims that the
proposed purchase of the cables by England
and the United Statee .will reduce the tolls to
asmilta?p?TW^'- l?fi>*?'33 i'V
-There are stores in New York where glass
eyes ;cari be- purchased Imitating th0S9of .aU
aidinalsr^irbin* the elephanf3a*owri" UT the
--A contemporary reporto that. last year
was a good one for sardines, the returns of
the fishery 'showing that "they generally es?
caped capture. .. - V wc
-There is a young girl in Virginia who
weare four1 bullets made into the form of a
Maltese crdss, which were extracted from the
bodies of her father 'and brother, who were
k in ed Tn the siege of Richmond.
-Among' theprlzes fur 1872 offered by
Cambridge University, England, is.one of a
gold medal for a Lutin ode, not to exceed
thirty stanzas, on the subject: "The Ameri?
can united with the British people in a bond
of peace and friendship." ?
-Tho London Spectator cays of London
health and morals, that the great city ls twice
as healthy, twice as innocent,.and about four
hundred times as charitable SB that home of
ideal purity and. piety, the agricultural vil?
-John C. Hfenan has returned to New
York by thc steamer Algert which had a
stormy passage and many of the passengers
were badly bruised by the tossing* of the ves?
sel, Heenan among them. He was thrown
down by a violent lurch of the vessel, and
fractured lils knee so badly that he fears he
Will always be a cripple.
-The shipments ot tea from Yokohama,
Japan, to the" United St ate e. daring the .past
year were more than thirteen million pounds,
which would yield a revenue to this country
not: far from two million five hundred thou?
sand dollars. In 1863 the shipment was only
a little more than a million pounds, which had
risen to about six millions In 1866.
'-The Dukes of Buccleuch and Devonshire,
with whom are associated a number of opulent
English capitalists, have Bet abolit creating a
great port on the Lancashire coast to rival
Liverpool. .The site ia Barro w-ln-Furne?j, and
ls not unknown to the mercantile world in
* connection with its Bessemer Steel works,
which yield's profit of ?500,000. Thdre has al?
so been, erected .there, quite recently, a very
extensive jute works..
-The action of the British Government in
"absorbing" the diamond fields and adjacent
territory In South Africa is In ontire har?
mony with the policy which has given the em?
pire such taft; outlying colonial;; possewions.
The dlarhona flelds-Were occupied by'diggers
of all nations, missionaries and natives. A
free State, with a president, had been formed,
tatt the< British authorities aiam having MUM
a|Ag?emeat with a r.atlvw chief to "protect."
his rights, the result of which is that British
sovereignty and virtual possession are extend?
ed over the country.
-The great diamond, welghlngtone hundred
and fifty-four carats, which has be-erifound at
the Cape incT Is now'OD ita way to'England, ls
already furnished with its legend. It Is said
to haye been found in the wall of ene of the
nal I ve, huts, where a poor Irish adventurer
had received hospitality for the night, and
that being surprised by the light shining amid
tberdarkness, .he, apon examination, found lt
to proceed from a clump of the earth of which
the wall was built. Of course the clump was
soon detached by the visitor, and this Koh-i
noor with many other smaller diamonds found
within.' s ? '? ? '
-The inhabitants ot Alsace and Lorraine
refuse to become Germanized in feeling, and J
although they are forced to submit to German
:'ile; they ornit no occasion for manifesting to
theft'r?l?rsth?lr' dislike of th? new order of
things. Frequent murders of German soldiers
take .place, and when these occur the whole
population assist in concealing the perpetra?
tors from the reach of law. A more signifi?
cant evidence of the state of popular feeling is
given by a correspondent of the St. Louis Re?
publican, who, ander date of December nth,
writes from Berlin that at that time there was
?arpenter work to the value of 100,000 t hale rs
to be done for the military department In j
Metz, and that In that city of 54,000 inhabi?
tants, there'was not a single man to be found
who would undertake to do even the smallest
part of lt at any price.
-Plymouth Church, in Brooklyn, New York, |
had its annual sale of pews the other night.
*TSB first seat In the synagogue" fell to Henry '
C. Bo wen," who- formerly ear. at" the receipt of j
cue toms In Brooklyn, and now owns the In?
dependent and Brooklyn Union. He paid a
premium or three hundred and thirty-five dol?
lars for the privilege. A Brooklyn buaioeeB
man got the next best choice, for which he
also paid handsomely, but somehow the bid?
ding was not as lively as us nal, and the net
result to the church treasury fell twenty-five
percent, below what it did last year. The:
.ale was, however, a success. No one ac?
counts for the reason ot the decline in prices,
and the want of spirit In the bidding. Some
people, however, Insist that Beecher's theolo?
gy is looser than lt used to be, and this may
have something to do with lt.
-The late James Fisk's letters to Josephine
Mansfield, which were need against the former
in the Stokes sait, are published. They con?
tain nothing of public importance, and make
.no revelstlona, as was expected, in regard to
Fisk's relations wjth the Bing, or in Wall
ftrtjet'o'pefatl?ns. They show Fisk's charac?
teristic good nature, as well as weakness, and
how completely he was, for a time, under the
dominion of ? designing woman, who m he
did everything to please and enrich. Moat of
the love letters mention enclosures of checks
or money, and are full of protestations of
affection. They Indicate that Fisk quarrelled .
with Hiss Macsfield because Bhe gave prefer?
ence lo Stokes. The letters were delivered
by Miss Mansfield into the hands of Stokes,
who used them thereafter with great effect in
his suits against Fisk.
-Fisk never laeked either wit to help him
out of a scrape or a scrape to exercise his wit
upon. A characteristic story ls told of his
reply to an old woman who had bought o? the
elder F:sk a handkerchief worth ninepence in
New England currency, and who1 'complained
to Mr. ?isk, Jr., that h? father had cheated
her. Mr. Fisk considered the'case maturely,
and gave a deoislon based on a priori princi?
ple. "No!" skid'he, "the old man wouldn't
have told a Ile for ninepence;" and then, as If
this assertion needed some qualification, he
added, "'though he would have told eight of
them for a dollar !" _
The Radical War In Columbia.
Day by day ^he breach between the more
decent Radicals In the General Assembly
and the corrupt Ring of which Governor
Scott is the centrai figure, is becoming wider
! and deeper. So noisome have our' State
officials become in the sight of all honest
men of whatever party, in the North and in
the South alike, that the unsavory scandals
of Bowen's speech (of which a faint out?
line is given in our Columbia letter) were
scarcely needed to convince the country of
the utter unworthiness bf oar present Ex?
ecutive. Bat the war on the Bing, prompt?
ed by whatever motives and waged with
whatever weapons it may be, is likely to go
on vigorously enough; and. if it should re?
sult in the accomplishment of a single meas?
ure of reform, or the meting out of justice to
bat one of the knaves who have so long and
so boldly been plundering the State, oar
people will.hardly, io their present strait, be
fastidi?os as to the agencies by. which so de?
sirable a consummation is to be reached.
Beecher on Flak.
We have read with very great interest the
graphic delineation of the character of tbe
late James Fisk, Jr., and his confederates,
Jay Gould and Judge Barnard, lately pro?
duced in the New York Tribune. It de?
scribes the firBt especially as a sensual, cun?
ning, wicked; base, se?tish, unscrupulous'
brutal, ', indecent, ' shameless thief and de?
bauchee-a man who succeeded in amassing
wealth and power by fraud and wrong, and
made a boast of it. And we wondered how
it was that a great community endured the
domination in business and the Intrusion in
society of a beastly tyrant and remorseless
robber like this. Bat we wonder no longer
when we read the following :
[Extracts from a Sermon by Rev. Henry Ward
.',' Beecher on the Tammany Frauds.]
"Those, eighteen, opon whom the tower In Si?
loam fell, and stew them, think ye that they were
sinners above all men that dwelt in J?rusalem:
I tell you, nat ; bot, except ye repent, ye shall all
"Think ye that those six or seven on whom
the New York Times has fallen, are sinners
above all that dwell In New York ' Nay. I
say to every mah that smuggles goods; to
every maa that sells on lalse invoices; .to
everyman that fashions things deceitfully; to
every man that carries on business which he
Is afraid to have thc light of God's eye rf st
upon; to every man who swears falsely In re?
gard to his affairs, and gives in a false account
of his Income; to every man who hides, his
prosperity to get rid of paying his lawful
and just taxes-I. say to every Buch man, you
are as guilty as these detected villains. Ah ! if
all the men who have been guilty of fraud in
New York were to have a tower fall on ihem;
'lhere would be funerals for fifty years to
. * *? ? * ? * #
"The criminals are only mirrors that you
may see yourself in. Look at them and see
what you are when you are- dishonest . Look,
at them and see what you are when you
.swindle your neighbor's store.' That ls all
they have done. Look at them and aee what
you are when yon cheat at the customhouse.
That ls all they have done. Look at them
and see what you are when you swear falsely
in regard to taxation. That ls all they have
.done. What have they done? Stolen ? So
have you. Lied ? So have you. Been false
to their oaths ? So have you. Men might
have necklaces of beads almost uncountable
representing their wrong deeds, and they
i would not all be represented. One string
I about their neck could not carry them all. It
Ls notorious, flagrant laxity of morals in bust
I ness, that breeds these things."
f . ? ? ? ? . ? ?
"Neither ought we to be surprised, it seems
to me, when we consider what has been the
conduct of political affairs among men, what
has been the abuse of trust, what has been the
judgment of the public about right and wrong
in regard to public affairs, and what are the
Ideas into which the young are educated.
What is politics ? It is supposed to be a game,
and at that a game of cunning; a gambler's
game; a game of carde; a game of loaded
dice; a game In this respect, that the lower
Instincts, the baser faculties, largely predom?
inate la the conduct of public affairs. It has
come to be believed that shrewdness lu public
life must be winked at; that you cannot pull
ap the tares without pulling up the wheat
"And so men are robbing the community all
the way through. They organize a system
ol spoils, by a majority here and lhere; and
they are filled full of frauds. And by and by
when a man a little more comprehensive, and
organized a little more skilfully, carries off the
very gates of the Treasury, as did Samson
the gateB of Gaza, on his back, we atone for
our misdeeds by crying out, 'Thief! tblef!
thief! thief !' As if that man were more a
thief than you are ! As if that man stole, and
you did not steal I As if he connived at steal?
ing, and you did not connive at stealing !" I
* ? ?... 0 s * . . *
. "The old. carcass ?lies decaying ia the sun.
It ls covered all over with vermin. Go to-day
andfcleanse it, removing every maggot. Take
them all away, and. leave it clean. Go back
again to-morrow, and there will be as many
more. The carrion corruption ts there which
breeds vermin. Though every one of these
men, as some Ill-advised persons have sug?
gested, where hung to. a lamp-post before hlB
own door, as an example; or, though they
were convicted, and were obliged to disgorge,
and Sing Sing were engorged, what then *
The same conscience remaining, and the same
facilities for fraud remaining, would you be
any better off ?"
We thank God that when the Republican
party proposed, in its stupendous states?
manship, to punish South Carolina by reduc?
ing her people to the same level of official
corruption, (they could not pollute our
social morals,) they were obliged, first to
manufacture a new people from ignorant,
helpless negro slaves, and then import the
rascals to delude, rob and betray lb.em.
^a^THB BBLA1?VB3 AND FRIENDS
I of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Glen, and the Commission
[ en and Teachers of the Pabilo Schools, are In?
vited to attend the Fanerai Services or Mr. GLEN,
at tue circular church. THIS AFTKRNOON, at ball
past 3 O'ClOC?. J8D17-1*
pa* FRANK LIN LODGE, No. 96, A.
M.-The Ofllcera and Members or thia Lodge are
summoned to attend an Extra Communication.
. at HMmes'a Ly eonm, corner King: and Wentworth
streets, THIS AFTERNOON, at t o'clock,' Tor the
purpose or joining in the Funeral Services or our
late Past Master, T. W, OLEN.
The fraternity are invited to attend.
By order W. M. JOHN WINGATE,
pf THE FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT?
ANCES or Mr.' and Mrs. ADOLPHUS H. ABRA?
HAMS, and or bis mother, Mrs. A. H. Abrahams,
are'respectfully Invited to attend the Funeral
of the former from his late residence, No. 38
state street, THIS AFTERNOON, at4o'clock.
Janl7 - rt -
^.HEBREW ORPHAN S0CIET7.- |
The Members or this SoUiety are reqaeated to at?
tend the Funeral,of'their fellow member, Mr.
ADOLPHUS ABBA HAMS, from his late reside; ce,
No. 88 State Btreet, THIS AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock.
By order of the President.
N. H. VALENTINE.
ps*THE RELATIVES FRIENDS AND
acquaintances of Miss ANN F. MEQGETT are re?
spectfully Invited to attend her Funeral Services,
st the 'Church1 or the Holy Communion, THIS
MORNING, at half-past lo o'clock. Jahn
' THE RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
of Mr. and Mrs. ELIAS GARDEN, and Mr. and
Mrs. Alexander Garden, are respectfully invited
, to attend the Funeral Services cf the renner, at
his late residence, No. lu Coming street, THIS |
. AFTflRNOON, at 3 S'ClOCk. J ln 17
Sp?cial Notices. "..
k SBA G?LL, from Baltimore, are hereby notified
that she la THIS DAT discharging cargo at
Pier No. 1, Union Wharves.. All gooda not taken
away at sunset will remain on the wharf at con?
signees' rUk. MORDECAI it CO.,
pa* ATTENTION, WAQENER ARTIL
LEP.Y CLUB.-Members are requesteJ. to call on
Messrs. MENEE & MULLER, Tailors, for the pur?
pose or having tb?lr measure] taken for Uniforms.
By order J CL IDS WAG EN ER,
janlT 1 Secretary.
jaar NOTICE.-THE TWO BEAUTIFUL
WREATHS which are at K ROE G'S INN will be
Ruined TO NIGHT, at 7 o'clock; J inl7-l*
advertised for this evening, at Liberty Halt,
before the Toang Men's Progressive Association,
ls postponed until MONDAY EVKNINU, 22d Instant.
JanlM* ' A. F. FARRAR, Secretary.
pa* NATIONAL SAVINGS BANK,
FREEDMEN'S SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY.
CHARLESTON BRANCH, No. 74 BROAD STREET.
DIVIDEND No. 16, due January 1st, 1872, ls paya?
ble on and after Wednesday, January 17.
JanlO-3 NATHAN BITTER, Cashier.
pa* ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
notified that any debts contracted by the crew or J
Steamship FLORIDA will not bc paid by either
Captain or Consign?es. A. TOBIAS' SONS,
Janl2 . Agents.
pa* BOARD. OF FIREMASTERS.
The Board at their next Meeting, 17th Inst., will
elect a CLERK OF TUE BOARD. Applicants will
hand in their letters on or before thai time.
janS lO B. STROBEL,.Clerk B. F.M.
pa* CITIZENS* SAVINGS BANK OF
SOUTH CAROLINA- CHAhLESTON BRANCH,
No. 8 BROAD STREET.-On and after TUCRSDAY
18th January, i o7?, the regular semi-annual Inter?
est will be paid to depositors.
All Interest not paid on the3l8t day of January
will be added to the principal of the depositor,
and will draw interest as if deposited on the 1st
January. Depositors are. requested to bring in
their books, that the interest may be entered.
Interest ls compounded quarterly, but payable a ;
heretofore in January and Joly.
D. RAVEXEL, Jr.,
dee 33-20 Assistant Cashier.
pa* THE CHARLESTON CHARITA
BLS ASSOCIATION, FOR TUE BENEFIT OF TUE
FREE SCHOOL FUND.-OPFICAL RAFFLES
CLASS NO. 300-MORNING.
-22-69- 9- 4-21-43-72-47
AS witness oar hand at ? charleston this 16th da;
ot January, 1872. FENN PECK,
JAMES GILLI LA ND,
octa sworn Commissioners.
^af-CITY HALL, OFFICE CLERK OF |
COUNCIL, CHARLESTON, S. C., JANUARY 13,
1872 -Sealed estimates for repairs on City Hall,
in accordance with report of Council Committee,
now on nie in the City Engineer's Office, will be
received at this office on or before Saturday, Jan?
uary 18, at 12 M. W. W. SIMONS,
janl5-mwl3 Clerk or CounclL
pa* BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF I
PUBLIC LAND.-The Board or Commissioners of |
Public Land will, at its next meeting, to be held
on WEDNESDAY EVENING next, the Kt h Instant,
elect the following Officers for the Institutions
under their charge:
A Snpetintendent to the Ashley River Asylum
and House of Refuge.
A Chief Steward for the Ashley River Asylum.
The Superintendent will be required to give
bond in the penal sum of $6000, with security, to
be approved by the Board or Commissioners.
Applicants must state names of their securities,
and hand In the same on or before that day.
N. B.-The House of Refuge, formerly known as
the House or correction.
Ashley River Asylum, formerly known os the
By order. J. M. F. DE REEF,
janl3-smw3 Sec eta ry B. C. P. L.
pa* SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
TROST COMPANY-SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
Depositors are requested to leave their Books to
be credited with the January Quarterly Interest,
doe 1st proximo. All Deposits made on or before
the 20th January win bear interest from the ist or
Interest Six Per Cent, compounded quarterly.
dec22-fmwl2 F. A. Ml TC u ELL, Cashier.
^rSCREVEN HOUSE.-NOTICE TO
PARTIES INTERESTED.-Major JOHN W. CAM-1
ERON has consented to conduct, and is duly ap?
pointed Manager of the SCREVEN HOUSE.
dec20-lmo R. BRADLEY.
MCLEAN HAS IT I HAS WHAT ?
Why that beautiful set or TOY FURNITURE ror.
I Raffle, made by a Charleston man, and the list ls j
niling up rast. No time to be lost ir you want a
I chance. , jans
OFFICE OF THE CITY APPRAIS?
ES, CITY HALL, CHARLESTON, S. C., JAN .ARV
1, 1872.-NOTICE.-This o ill ce will be opened from
this date, and remain open until the 20tri instant
for issuing Licenses for the year 1872.
WM. H. EASTERBY,
j an l-l S . City Appraiser.
??-DANCING SCHOOL, OVER KINS
MAN'S SALOON, BY MONS. BERGER, who ls the
only profesional Dancing Master In the city.
Soiree as canal every SATURDAY, free to all pu?
pils. For particular.',' apply at No. 332 King
street. jaul6-mwfS* ,
WANTED, A COMPETENT PASTRY
COOK. Apply at-Waverly House,
WAN i ED, A BOY TO ATI END IN A
. Grocery store. Recommendations re?
quired. Apply corner state and Chalmers streets.
WANTED, A COMPETENT MALE
House Servant, who understands attend?
ing to a cow. Apply immediately, with best re?
commendations, at No. 23 Uhurcn street, comer
of Water street - _ : . Janl7-1?
WANTED, A SITUATION, AS SEAM?
STRESS, or to do housework: lo a family.
Address X, NKWS office, Jaal7-i?
WANTED, A SITUATION TN ?
Wholesale or Counting-house, by ? native
of inls city. . Bas considerable acquaintance la
i he up-country,. and won d be willing to travel.
Bas been in the grocery and cotton business. Ad?
dress R.:T. 9.,' NBWB office._Jann-wfm
WANTED, SEVERAL. SMART, HON?
ES! Youths as Apprentices. Boardand
salary will be given. ARCHER'SBAZAAR; NO: 363
King street " ._ :.>... .? janie-2*
WANTED, BY A YOUNG- MAN, A
Char les ton la a, of steady habits, and who
U wining to work, a situation lu some mercantile
bouse. Address W. J. Q., through the Postofllce.
WANTED, A COMPETENT CHILD'S
Nurse. Apply, with recommendations, at
No. 30 Broad street, between ll and 12 o'clock, to
HUTSON LEE. _J?nlO-2?
BOOKKEEPER WANTED. APPLY BY
: letter to O. O., Pos coolee Box No. 236.
WANTED EVERYBODY TO KNOW,
that great bargains In DRY GOODS, Fur?
niture, Ac, can be obtained every day at MC
KAY'S Auction Sales-Room,No. 140 Meeting street,
opposite Pavilion Hotel. _Janl6-mwi3?
TEACHER WANTED.-A LADY TO
teach Vocal and'Instrumental Music. Must
be a good Soprano Singer and a Une performer.
Salary $10 per montn and board. A lady who
can speak and teach French preferred, A lady
who can teach Vucal and Instrumental Music and
French can get a .-alary of $60 per month and
board. , AddresB President N. O. Female College,
Atlanta. Qa. P. o. Box No. 117._Janis s
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest:*nd best warranted
Sewing Machine tn the market ls the HOME SHUT
TLK, pnte $25 and $37. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency, No. Ol Hasel street, oppo.lto Express
Ufflc?. T. L BIJSELL._JanK-.Omo
VEGETABLE COOK WANTED AT THE
1 'Charleston Hotel. None need appiy unless
tTTANTED EVERYBODY TO, KNOW
Yr that you can get a First-Claas SEWING
ila CHINE from LUNaFORD, smith street, near
Wentworth, cheaper than from any other man in
the city or State. Give him a call and see for
dh07K A MONTH, EXPENSES PAID,
Q O 4 O Male or Female Agents.-Howe and
UUIUL furnished to sell our UNIVERSAL CEMENT,
Combination Tunnel, Button Hole cutter an.
other articles, circulars tree. Address Novelty
Company, Saeo, Me._ novll-78
AGENTS WANTED 1-FOR THE UNI
TEHSAL TWINE AND THREAD-CUTTER;
naves time, twine, thread, fingers and teeth. Some?
thing everybody wants. Samples mailed ou re?
ceipt of 26 Cents. Address GEORGE DAVIS, No.
6w? Broadway. New York._oct30-3mu?
loot ano SonnH.
LOST, A LARGE BRINDLE DOG, WITH" |
white breast and i tripe down the no -e, and
barned Dart, Apply to corner King and Tradd
FOR SALE. OR RENT. A- STORE IN
Hsyne-street, run nine through to Market
street. Apply to LBsESNE A MILKS, No. 23
FOR SALE, A FINE DEVON BULL, OF
a deep red color, and four years old, from
imponed stock. Will be Bold low. Apply at
Charleston Hotel Stables._ Jani7-1?
?CAR-LOAD OF KENT D CK Y MULES,
arrived this day at Kentucky Mule Lot,
j street. Low for cash or city acceptance.
R OAK M AN._ . Janl7-1*
HORSES AND MULES.-JUST ARHIV
Eu, from Kentucky, Forty Head of moe.
smooth Plantation HOUSES and Broke MULLS,
for Plantation use. can be seen at theaubscrtoers
Stab.ea, Queea street. P. WEST. , JanlO-2?
FOR * ALE, MULE, CART AND HAR
?' NESS. Warranted sound and in good order.
apply at No. 46 Spring street._Jani5-3?
FOR SALE; THE SLOOP NEPTUNE.
- Burthen 7 80-100 tons. Can easy.be made a
fishing Smack, trading or for freighting, can ue
seeu at Mr. s. Zanuguero's Ship Yaru.. if not sold
before, mil be sold at auction on the 23d Instant.
For particulars Inquire at J. LUTJEN'S, curner
Slate and Queen streets._Janl5-8?
FOR SALE, A BARGAIN.-THE SUB
STANTiaL I BRICK CHURCH BUILDING,
corner Basel and Anson streets. Offered low If
applied for immediately, at c. VOIGT, Chairman
Vestry, No. 86 Market street. _janio-WB7
FOR SALE OR TO BENT, A STORE
AND DWELLING, at Branchville, S. 0. ? In?
quire of D. LOEB, No. 0 Liberty street, Charles
ton, S. 0._Jani2-fmw4?
ri RAND EXPOSITION AND SALE OF
VT EUROPEAN PLANTS AND BULBS.
RAHEL A CO., Florists and Horticulturists, have
arrived in Charleston with a. large assortment of
Hothouse and Garden Plants; Fruit'Tress of all
kinds; new Roses of the choicest varieties, ln
docing standards, Monthly Roses, and Dwarf
Roses; a rica colltcilon or Bulbs, Including La
Bu ule de Canon, which ls universally admired for
lt? exquisite flowers;Flower and Vegetable Seeds
?? all kinds; St. Petersburg Stawberries, bearing
irait every, month of the year AB large asa hen's
egg; also a number of other Plants too long for
This splendid t tock ls en exhibition and for
gale at No. 157 KINO STREET._Jaol3-fl
HORSES AND MULES.-JUST AR?
RIVED from Kentucky, and for sale at
Mais House statues, -lu head No. 1 work Horses,
t ?ether With a lot of No. 1 plantatlt n Mules.
Planters and others wonld do well to look in at
this stock, as the terms are easy._janlg-0
TWO OR THREE MOBE FIRST-CLASS
SEWING MACHINES for sale cheap. Call at
LUNSFORD's, Smith street, near Wentworth.
TTTRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
VT . NEWSPAPERS in large or small quantities.
Price 60 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
oflli-e of THE NEWS._'_mavis
_' ?0 ?ett._'
ROCE^Y"STORE^ND DWELLING TO
vX RENT, w?Bt end Ball street, near Gadsden.
For terms, apply on the premises. Jani7-wi4?
TO RENT, THE THIRD STORY OF No.
21- Broad .street, over Pressley, Lord St In
giesb) 's office. Apply at No. 1 Hay ce street.
two single gentlemen can be accommodated
with BOARD by applying at No. 79 Went-.orth
PRIVATE BOARDING AT No. 4 HUD?
SON street Janl2-fmw8
Ooparti?rsinpe ano Siseointioni.
me Mr. JOSEPH GOLDSMITH, under the firm
name and title of B. RICE A CO- JanlO-2*
NOTICE.-THE FIRM OF JAMES M.
CALDWELL & SON is dissolved by the
uta;li or Mr. JAMES M. CALDWELL, Senior Part?
ner, which ucenrred on 3d December, 1871.
1 have associated with me In Copartnership, my
brother-in law, Mr. R. RA?IN BRIGGS, and wm
continue the FACTORAGE ANU GENERAL COM
MIsiSiON BUSI NESS, under the name of JAMES
M. CALDWELL A-SONS.
Liberal advances made on Consignments either
TOT ?ale or shipments.
Janl-mwfl3_W. R. CALDWELL. '
THE FIRM OF W. P. DOWLING* CO.
having dissolved, I will state for the infor?
mation of my mends and the public, that I have
continued, without loss of time, the Factorage
and Commission Business. Shippers of cotton In?
tended for me will note the distinction.
W. PREsTON DOWLING,
Factor and Commission Merchant.
Established, in Charleston 1805.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY
day formed a copartnership for the purpose
of oarrylng on the Fae: orage and General Com?
mission business, under the name and style of
THEO. G. BOAG. A. M. JACKSON.
THEO. G. BOAG.
THEO. G. BOAG,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
OFFICB NORTH ATLANTIC WHARP,
Formerly occupied by Ciaghorn, Herring ? Co.
TYKE LODGE, No. 136, "A. P. ;.!?.-?
4 Regalar Communication of Tyre Lodge. Vd.
186, will be held THIS EVENING, at Holmes'a Ly.
ceam, at T o'clock.
By order W. H. JESSE H. BOLLES,
jam?.- . - _ Secretary.
STONEWALLLODGE, No. 6, E. OPP.
. T?e Rcga. ar Meeting, of to ls Lodae will be.
hold THIS EVENING, at toe bal), corner King and
Liben j attests, at 7 o'clock. ! . i
' Candidates for degrees please be ponctuai.
By order W. C. ROBERT 0. STARR,
Janl7-1? .. . . , Bec. Scrfne.
IO. 0. F.^-R. W. GRAND LODGE
. OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-The Annual Com?
munication of this R. W. Grand Body will be
held at Odd Fellows' Hall, on WEDNESDAY, nth
instant, at 9 o'clock" A. M. >.
. By order of M. W. 0. M. .
JNO. H.-HONOUR, JR., .
jam 5 mw2_Grand Secretary.
?NE HUNDRED AND SIXTH ANNI?
VERSARY OP'THE GERMAN FRIENDLY
SOCIETY.-The One Hundred and Sixth Anniver?
sary of the German Friendly Society will be cele?
brated-on WEDNESDAY, January 17,1873, at the
Hall of the FreundBcharubund. .
The members will assemble at 12 o'clock M,, for
the transaction of business. :
A Poll ror tue election of Officers for the ens n
ine year will be opened at l o'clock, lind closed at
3 P.M." ' V . '
Tae members and their guests will rear semble
at 6 o'clock P. M., precisely, when Dinner will be
served. JOHN A. BLUM,
Jan 13 Secretary.
MARION RIFLE; CLUB.-AN EXTRA
Meeting of this Clob wlU be held THIS
EVENING,' at; nair-past 7 o'clock,, at the usual
place. The membera are requested to be ponc?
tuai In attendance.
By order of the President, j. H. STBTNXBYBR.
T. H. STOIiI?UKER,
Janl7_ Secretary pro tem.
THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF
SOUTH CAROLINA--The Seventy-seventh
Annual Meeting will be held at the Board of Trade
Rooms, on THURSDAY, 16th January, at half-past
7 P. M.
By order of the President. Janll-tbatuwthfi
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
i Stockholders of the South carolina Rail?
road Company and of the Southwestern Railroad
Bank will be neld at toe Southwestern Railroad
Bans, Broad street, on FEBRUARY 1.8th, proximo;
at ll o'clock A. M.
On the .following day an election win be held
for Fifteen Directors or the Rallruad Company
and.Thirteen Directors of the Bank.
stockholders will be passed over the road, to
and from the meeting, free of charge.
The proposed Amendment to Arifclel, Section
1 of the By-laws, chan ging the time of the annual
meeting, "by striking out February, on second
line, andln-ertlogAp.il," will come up for ac?
tion at this meeting. J. II. EME HY,
jania amwil i Secretary.
?J^ATIONAL SAVINGS BA?IL
FREEDMAN'S SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY,
CHARTERED BT ACT OF CONGRESS.
OVER $3,000,000 ON DEPOSIT.
DEPOSITORS SECURED BY U. S. BONB3.
CHARLESTON BRANCH, NO. 74 BROAD ST.
Interest begins on the flrst of every month, at
SIX PER CENT., compounded January and July
TO BUSINESS MEN.
Interest allowed at the rate of FOUR PER
CENT, on Deposits, subject to check at sight. la
tere-1 calculated every thirty days, if required.
Fractional Currency received on deposit.
Sight Drafts on New York, Baltimore and all
the principal cities in the Southern State?.
Banking hours from 0 A M. to 4 P. M., and on
Saturday ev en mg s from 6 to 8, to receive de?
posits. ' NATHAN RITTER,
REIDVILLE, S. 0.
REV. THOMAS WARD WHITE, PRESIDENT.
TBRMS FEB TEN MONTHS:
Next Session begins fith February. janl7-l
XfOTICE 18 GIVEN THAT I WILL
iii apply to the Judge of Probate, for Col?
ston cuunty, S. C., for letters diBmlasory as
guardian for my son, JOSEPH R. TUCKER?
.: : JOHN W. S. TUCKER,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COL
LETON COUNTY-By D. H. FARMER, Esq ,
Probate Judge. . <
. Whereas, a. CONNOR made suit to me to grant
him Letters Dismiss ury from the Estate and ef?
fects of W. G. GRIFFITH. ' These are therefore to
cite and admonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said W. G. GRIFFITH, de?
ceased, that they be and appear before me. in the
Court of Probate, to be held la Wai terr oro', en
MONDAY, the 12m day of..February, A. D. 1872,
after publication hereof, at ll o'clock la the fore?
noon, to show canse, if any they have, why the
said Letters should not be granted.
Given uniter my hand and seal, this isth day of
January, A. D. 1873. D. H. FAKMErt,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COUN?
TY OF DARLINGTON-Court Of Common
Pleas;-VIRGINIA O, COGGSHALL, J. 0.
RIVES, Tutor under Foreign Law, J. GREGG
MCCALL. Guardian Pia inti rrj. TS. PET KR C.
COGGSHALL, CLARENCE ERVIN. OLIVER a
COGGSHALL, GEOROE P. COGGSHALL, J1LLSON
& DOUGLAS, CAROLINE E. DOUGLAS. JOHN J<
CANNON. W. JAMBS DARGAN,. HANNAH E.
DARGAN. CHARLES C. LAW, Administrators.
THEODORE A. DARGAN, Trustee. JAMES R.
ERVIN, ERASMUS P. ERVIN, Defendants.-Com?
plaint to Impeach Decree in Chancery. Partition
To GEORGE P. COGGSHALL and CLARENCE
ERVIN: Yon are hereby summoned and requir?
ed .to answer the complaint in this action, which
was flied in the office of the Clerk of said Court,
at Darlington Courthouse, in said State, on (he
16;h day of October, 1871, and to serve a copy of
y ur answer to the said complaint on the sub?
scriber, at his office, at Darlington oonrtnouse, lo
Faid state, within twenty days arter the service
hereof, exclusive or the day or such service; and
if yon fall to answer the complaint within the
time aroresa d. the pialhtltr in this action will ap?
ply to the court for the relief demanded . In the
complaint. R. K. CHARLES, .
declS-wo Plaintiffs Attorney.
E M O V A L .
F. L. G?1LLEM1N
Wonld beg respectfully to inform his patrons
that he bas removed his GAS FIXTURE ESTAB?
LISHMENT from No. 140 Church street to the
NEW BUILDING, No. 21 CUMBELLAND STREET,
OPPOSITE MESSES. CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO-,
Where he has opened a choice and carer ally pe?
eled STOCK OF CHANDELIERS, Ac, com?
prising the latest styles from the best, manufac?
tures in the country, to which he invites atten?
tion. . . . ' i v
GAS FITTING, PLUMBING AND TIN ROOFING
. jan4-3mwf 12 No. 21 CUMB BRI AND STREET.
ID au tj ce, Jcrjoeirrj, 4ftc.
ALL,. BLACK & CO.,
NOS. 666 and 667 BROADWAY, N. T.,
LARGEST IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND
AND ALL KINDS OF
At the Lowest Pri?es.
rizeries, stoners, Ut.
ALT'l BALI' J-SALT !
sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, for sale and to
arriverez bark "Windermere."
loco bales EASTERN HAY. to arrive, and for
sale In lota to ault, purchasers by : MO::!
JOHN H. HOLMES,
Janl2- ., . , .Boothera Wbarf.
1000 Ws. PINKEYES
600 obis, Pe?cb'Blows"
25? bbls. Early Rose
260 bbls. Early Goodrich,
In prime condition, -aid for ?ale by
Jan8-mwri8 GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.
|P PLES.l APPLES!
A Choice lot Of BALDWIN'S, SPITZENBFRG,
WINTER, PIPPIN? and POUND SWEETS, land
lng from steamer Georgia. - For tale b? ? M
JOHN F. O'NEILL, No. 107 East Bay.
JanlS-3 -.; .. ' ' .'
ISH ROES 1 FISH BOES!
fISE BOBS, Pickled and Dried, at
. WELCH'S GROCERY,
. CoroerHarket and Meeting atreeta.
QHOICE SMOKED TONGUES, AT 50
Sonstd PIG9 FEET, at '
-QRIED FIGS, IN DRUMS AND BAS?
KETS, at Cost Price, at
-|^j"ORTH CAROLINA CORN WHISKEY.
at $2 per Gallon, a Specialty. Guaranteed Pare,
at . WELCH'S GROCERY.
Goods delivered free of charge. dec 10
CHINA, CROCKERY, CUTLERY,
WOODEN-WARE, SOAPS, AO.
wm be sold on TO-MORROW EVENING, at half
past 7 o'clock, at No. 388 King street, north of
George street, and continue every evening until
the Stock is disposed of,
THE BALANCE OF GOODS contained in said
Store, being surplus Stock of Mr. J. W. LINLEY,
who bas removed to No. 190 King street, consist?
ing in part of:
FRENCH AND ENGLISH CHINA, Breakfast,
Dinner and Tea Sets, Glassware.of all descrip?
tions, Fancy China Vases, Ornaments and Toys,
Fine English Table Cutlery; Plated ware, each as
Ice Pitchers, Butter Dishes, Castors, Table and
Teaspoons, Forks, Ac; Fancy Soaps, Extracts
and Pomades; a Ho, a large lot of HOUSE-FUR?
NISHING GOODS, such as Tinware, Buckets,
Brooms, Tubs, Baskets, Ac
WM. McKAY, Auctioneer.
Terms cash. Janl6-6
gQg KING STREET. QQQ
economical establishment, where can be lound
everything to gladden the housekeeper, has re?
plenished the stosk of articles in its line, and the
demand for all of the choicest articles can now be
met; and, as heretofore, satisfaction guaranteed.
In commencing a new year, the
people always profit by past experience, and the
chier member of this firm having au extended
knowledge of the
business, knows exactly what ls needed to make
a success In what he undertakes, and no
In this city can surpass this one for cheapness
and the character of the goods on sale, as ls evi?
denced by the undiminished demands
unabated interest of consumsrs. Large addi,
tiona have been made to the already numerous
stock. Also, the specialty- that dollar
has been greatly angmented; in fact, nowhere
can be found amore complete and varied assort?
men. than at this
Drugs ana ?Ht?mincs.
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 460 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now in Stock of my own importation,
LOW SON ANO HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
. Tooth Brushes,
Pattey's Cold Cream,
English Dalby's Carminative, British Oil, Roche's
Embrocation and chlorodyne.. . ,f
a GENT POS
TILDEN A CO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS,
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
PIUS, ?C. ? AGENT FOB .
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA. FOB I
DB, JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
if ACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical Instrumentsand Goods of foreign man?
ufacture imported to order.
- My Dispensing Department is complete,: em?
bracing all New Remedies.
A roil assortment of Trusses and Bandages al?
ways on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night. JanlOwfmly .
-^TTINE^F APOCYNUM, OR DOGS
Highly recommendedln diseases bf the Stomach,
Heart and Liver, and useful as a Tonic in Nervous
For sale by by the agent, i
ALFRED RAOUL, M. D.,
nov27-mwf2mo 219 King st., Charleston, S. 0.
tottritt, t?pot** **
^ M. P ? R?*>? R'S
FAMILY G ROC EE Y,
Kev 23? KIN? STREET,
THIRD DOOR ABOVE MARKET STREBT.
The rob*?1berkan received j>er recrart arrivals,
and will COCtlho? to receive bv vessel) BOW oa
the way, the following choice FAMILY GROCE?
RIES, selected in person, which he offers at low
est cash priee*^, -v-.- ,
.. - c, .HEW .CBOPo TEAS.
Per P?ci?oMail Steamer and Overland Route,
- ,-PVtly seasons of 18^1 and 1872. -.
Finest ^jSiln" Moy une Hy son TEA .
Choicest "Nankin" ? o n n g Hy's on Tea
Extra Ctrotee "Nankin" Moyura Imperial Tea o
Choicest "Nankin" Moynne Gunpowder Tea .
Fine ..Nankin" Moynne Twankay Tea
Ex. ihclce Uncolored -Japan Tea
Choicest Uncolored Japan lea _
Extra Choice English Breakfast Souchong Tea
Choicest Souciiong-Tea '
Extra Cholee Oolong Tea
Choicest Oolong Tea. ,_
; For sale by . N. M. P?RTBR,
No. 236 King street, 3d above Market street.
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA. COFFEE, ?C.
Bats Superior Quality Old Government. Java,
COFFEE, quarter bales Genuine Mocha Coffee.,
Baga Choteo Lagnayra Coffee, bug* Manilla coffee;
bags Prime and Fair Quality Rh) Coffee.
For sale by N. M. PORTER,...
No. 236 King street, third door above Market st.
DOUBLE REFINED SUGARS, ?C.
Relined, Crashed and Guli Loaf SUGAR
Extra-fine Palverized Sugar
0. O. Fine Pulverized Sugar
Extra G Sugar . .. ,
Coffee 0 Sugar
' New Orleans Brown Sugar o
Dem era ra Sugar
Extra Amber Drips Sugar A. ,
New Orleans Syrup 1
New Orleans Molasses '
For sale by N. M. PORTER,
J No. 236 King street, third door above-Market at.
j DOUBLE EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, Ac..
Barre? superior quality DOUBLE EXTRA
FAMILY FLOUR, suitable for line Pastry. ;
Half bbl. bags Family and Extra Flour, obis?
j Superfine Flour. * . - .
Bbls. and bags "Frost's" Superior Hnlled Back
wheat, Hecker's Seii-raiaing Wheat and -Back
wheat Flour, Hecs?r's Faring Pnlverixod^Oernr
Starch, Maizena, Oat Meal, Robinson's Patent
Barley, Bermuda Arrowroot, :?eari Barley, Dnr
yea'a Refined and Pure starch, Dnryea's 8*tia
QIOBS Starch, in six pound boxes, Pearl Sago.'.
For sale by N.M.PORTs.RY
No. 236 Kl:g street, 3d door above Market Bt.
ITALIAN M AC CARONI, OLIVE OIL, ?CV
Boxes real ITALIAN MA 00ARON! AND VERMI?
CELLI v.;? . ,
Cases French Olive-OIL quana and pinta, of supe
- rlor quality . u-.? ft? Jf? ?.:,.. ?
Crosse A Blackwell's assorted Pickles, viz: Plcca
Ully, Mixed, G?ow-?how, Gherkins and White*
Onions; fullas ortment American Pickles ?j,
French White Wine Vinegar"
Lea A Perrin's Worceatershlre SaUce
John Ball's Sauce, Anchovy Sance, Harvey's sauce
> Beefsteak Sauce-, Paoli sance, Pepper Sauce 1
Walnut, Mushroom and Tomato Ketchups -. : M> - .
French Capers,:Queen's Olives, Anchovies, Ac
Franca-Mustard in-ttlaas pots
Assorted Potted. Meats, viz: Hai], Beef, Tongue,
and Anchovy Past? " ... .
Crosse A Blackwell's English Mos tard In quarter?,
' halves aadone pound ,*
Choicest brands Sardines, quarters, halves and
I whole boxes . . imbi
I Superior Salad cream for Dressing Salads, Fish,
cold Meats, Ac? : ? t ?.
For sale by . %ii| N. M. PORTER,
No. 236 King street, third door above Market, m
I GOSHEN BUTTER, PINE A P P L E
CHEESE, AC'i .
6 Arkins Strictly Choice GOSHEN BUTTER r! -,
.io tubs Choice Western Batter'
800 lbs. Choice Yelldw North Carolina Butter . }.
Norton's superior quality Pineapple Cheese,
Rich Imitation English Cheese, English Dalry
Cheese, Patent Square Cheese, Mild Fa oto nf
Cheese, one case Sobapcelger .Green ?-? Cheese,
Eidam or Dutch Oheese.. ; -,
For Bale bf . N. M. PORTER,
; King, third door above Market street. ?j
SUGAR-CUBED" HAMS, ?tc
choice blands extra Sugar-Oared1 HAMS, extra.
Breakfast Bacon Strips, Pig Shoulder*, Choice
Smoked .Beer, Smoked Tongues and Bologna
San<agev" - " " u ..'
- tierces Davis' Pore Leaf-lard -
6 and io lb cans Family Leaf Lard . :J
Larreis- and half . barrels Philadelphia Pickled
Beef, 9x Tongues and Pig Pork.
For sale by . , N. M. PORTER,
No. 236 King Btreet, third door above Market at.
? NEW MACKEREL, SALMON, Ac.
Barrets, Half barrels, kits and half kits Extra1
Shore MACKEREL. ? .. . i.
Tierces, *Ks and half kits No. 1 Pickled Salmon,
New St George's O dash. Sounds and Tongues,
Halibut Fins and Extra Scaled Herrings.- : i , J.
For sate by . N. M. PORTE?., ?
No. 286 King, third door above Market street.
RAISINS, ' CITRON, CURRANTS, Ac. ;f
6 boxes-Loose Muscatel RAISINS' .
6 boxes Loose Crown Raisins ' .
2& boxes, half and quarters. Layer Raisins .
Vi drums Extra Elome Figs ,
6 boxes Genoa Green 01tton? of superior quality,
I . Zante Currants, new .
Paper Shell and Languedoc Almonds.i
Jordon's Sweet Shelled Almonds ?//
English Walnuts. Pecas Nata, Filbert?;.. -
Egg Beans, Medium W.ilte-Beans Split Peas
Jackson White and Peach Blow Potatoes
White Onions, Dried Peaches, . Apples, Tnrklalt
Prunes, 4c, Ac :. '.
Fer sale by . N. M. PORTER, j*v .'
Janl7-wf2 . ? NQ.23S KingatreeB
QOGNAO AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IN U. S. BONDED STORES. '
A TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EA8T/3AtE|
Offer for sale from c. 8. Bonded Warehouse, .,
Choice COGNAC, and LA. ROCHELLE BRANDY,
various vintages, in
i? uar les casts
' .f "-ABB -.
Cases or one dosen bettie? each.
maya? ' _. . .
QHOIOE WHITE MILLING CORN AND
FLOUR, LANDING THIS DAY. .
MORDECAI A GO., No. 110 Eas'. Bay, offer s*
sale invoices Choice White MILLING CORN and
Extra FLOUR, landing thia day; ari aug8-6tao
?TJABMONY'I SHERRY WINE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. lio East Bay. offer for
sale an Invoice of Choice HARMONY'S PALM
SHERRY WINE. A. TOBIAS' SONS.
QHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale an Invoice ' of Choice HAVANA CIGARS,
direct from Factory in Havana. ?? an g Sterno..
A. TOBIAS' -SONS, No. no East Bay. offer for
sale an Invoice of FIRE CRACKERS, landing this
day- ... . ,1 angS-ttfo .
T7TNEGAR, PRUNES. WHITE WINK
V CLARET, AC
A TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White Wine, imported direct from
France. .? aogS-emo
TgNGLISH PORTER AND ALB. I
A. TOBIAS'SONS, Agent? of Messrs. Edward
A George Hibben, of London, offer for.:sala HIS?
bert's PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pinta
and quarts. angs-emo ?
i M M fl ? s ;" ' W o B K. s.
ROMANCE AND HISTORY BLENDED.
THE LILY AND THE TOTEM,
r t l.
THE HUGUENOTS IN FLORIDA,
BY WILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS
IN CLOIE-.PRICE M 60.
PCBLISBJO ANO FOB SAU BT
WALKER,- 3,V-AN8 ? COGSWELL;
NOS. 3 BBOAD AND 109 BAST BAY STREETS,
rt; : ?? . - * . :i: WP
CHABLB8ION, S., 0.