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?tty at EISBTXXK DBUTS a w ee s, payable to the car
ners, or SB a year, paid m advance at the omeo.
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Tm WBBXX.Y Nxws, one year. Sx. six copies
. io. Ten copies, to one address, fit.
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Bid no-paper continued arter the expiration or
the lime paid 1er.
i Kori ess or "Wants, To Rent? Lost and Found
Boarding, Ac., not exceeding 20 words, ss cents
each insertion; over 20, and not .exceeding 30
words, 40 cents each insertion; over 80, and not
exceeding 40 : words, 60 cents each insertion.
These rates are KKT, and moat invariably be
paid in advance.
1 BxsrrrrxNOBa should be made by Postofflce
Money Order or by Express, ir thia cannot bc
done, protection against losses by mall may be
secured by rorwarding a a raft on Charleston pay?
able to the order or the proprietors or ins Nxws,
er by sending the money In a'reglstered letter.
..Address Bl ORD Ali, DAWSON A 00..
' No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S.O.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1872.
NEWS OF THE HAT.
Gold at New York yesterday closed at
''-The New York cotton market closed
strong; uplands 22jc; sales 3208 bales.
1 -At Liverpool cotton closed strong; up?
lands lOJd; salea ^?.< 00 bales. Shipping at
. Charleston or Savannah ll|d. Yarns and
labrlcs Armer, with better prices. i
O'--Henri Bochefort ,1s writing a "Life of J
-The Prince of Wales was out of doors J
on Thursday, and walked about a quarter of a I
. single hair from the head of Louis Nape
leon is Bald to have been sold recently at a I
fair in London for one .hundred dollars.
.io_ AD order has been received'at the Water
town arsenal, Massachusetts, to forward sev-1
eral ?ftee?-Inoh guns 16 Fort Jefferson,
-It IBV painful to learn from a Hindoo as
tron?me r that during the present year a bl az-1
lng awLeor. will pass, by: the earth, and in the j
fchort space.ol twenty-lour minutes destroy all
veget allon and kill ml liions of people.- ... . ?
^ The 'grand - Jury -system': Is- receiving
thorough Investigation Sn several of the States, j
California and Nevada agitate abolishing lt
altogether, while Ohio and several other j
States are endeavoring to amend the system.
-Tho Emperor of B?sala'has again'issued j
another peremptory order', for the teaching of I
the Russian language In all schools and edu-1
cntatlonal establishments of the Kingdom of!
-The National LaoorBeiorm Convention at j
Columbus,- Ohio, February 22, is to be an im- J
mense affair. Not less than twenty-two hun-j
dred delegates, will participate, and;, so far, I
there* ia:DO one save Hr.. Julian prominently j
mentioned for the candidacy.. - ?? >. .tl
- -It' Ts a fact not generally known that wo- j
men holding property in their own right have
the privilege, in Kentucky, of voting on ques- !
tiona of special taxation; and widows1 who are
taxed for school purposes have the power of j
votlog for school directors. They may vote
either in person or by proxy, and they usually J
prefer the latter course; but at an election In I
Dayton, Kentucky, last week, to decide upon
Increasing the Indebtedness ot the town for I
-some local Improvement, a number of them j
appeared at the polls and voted publicly.
-There are some inconveniences lu being
elected on a "Reform'' ticket, ab General Sigel,
the new registrar ol New York, ls beginning
to appreciate. The salary of the office bas I
heretofore been worth to the fortunate holder j
something like eighty thousand dollars per j
year. General Sigel is now asked by the ven-1
arable Peter Cooper, presideut of the Citizens'
Association, to set a brilliant example of re
form himself by reducing the fees of his office
BO that his salary will come within reasonable
Umita-say ten thousand dollars per year.
Sigel can't see lt.
-Last week's Imports of dry, goods at New
York, at their ?bid cost, amounted to $5,735,
456, being the largest weekly total ever given I
in the history of this trade. The long passa-1
gea of several steamers, brioglog a number ol
cargoes together, is one reason of the enor
mous bulk:. The largest-previous week, and I
that ? solitary Instance or an excess of Ave f
millions, was the third week in August of last
jear, when the total was $5.285,140. To this
total may be added $4.213,999 for general mer-1
cbandl&e, which gives an aggregate ol $9,954,*
-453 at that pore.
-The Levant Herald suggests that the Pope
should be invited by the Sultan to take up bis I
-residence'in Constantinople. It says: "In j
Constantinople began the reign of imperial I
Christianity. Constantinople was the chief I
seat of Eastern Christianity as Borne was that I
ol Western Christianity. For a time Con-1
atantlnople, Alexandria and the other cities ol
ihe East played a higher part in the strifes of
Christianity than Borne and the cities of the
West, With Constantinople ls linked the his?
tory of St. Athanasius, St. Chrysostom, the
deeds of Iconoclasts and the most eventful
years of the Eastern Church."
-It appears that the City ol Kaoxviile,
Tenn., ia built over an Immense cave. Recent?
ly, in digging cisterns at the holels, the "bot?
tom fell out," and what were Intended for cis?
terns made excellent sewers. Similar results
followed excavations on other premises. The
other day a public cistern, designed to hold
three thousand Ave hundred bar-els of water,
had been completed, and seven feet of water
pumped in. Within five minute-1 r.fter the
depth of the water had been inea-ui,d, lt had
all disappeared. Further investigation showed
that p-irt of the bottom bad fallen In, and the
water run off somewhere in the interior of the
-Captain Silas Bent, who has a good name
as a physical geographer, bas been explaining
that lo reduce northern Europe to a frozen wil?
derness, we have only to make a big enough
catting in the Isthmus of Panama to send the
surplus equatorial current of the Atlantic Into
the Pacific, instead of having it diverted, as
now, to the shores of Europe. England and
. Germany and northern Europe would be re?
doced to their natural eli mate-level-that, of j
; Labrador. The northern shore s of Europe are J
warmed by the Gulf stream, which has its ori
gin in the westward equatorial currents which
-are deflected by the shores ol the Gulf and sent
to the northeastward. Take away the barrier
' Of the Isthmus, and the warm water would go
straight through to Asia.
-A case of murder, which promises to be?
come a cause celebre, and which ls as mysie
rlous in its surroundings as the Nathan trage?
dy, is agitating the citizens of Brooklyn, New
York. The victim in ihe case was a profess jr j
of music, well known in that city, a Mr. John
B. Panormo, an Englishman, some thirty-five
years of age. From the published facts it ap- I
pears that Mr. Panormo, on Tuesday night last
at about quarter past nine o'olock, lett the res?
idence of a pupil, to whom he had been giving
a lesson in mu-ic, on his wxy t> his boarding
house. What followed alter his departure is as
yet Involved IU mystery, but it ls known that at
?bout len o'clock, or shortly beiore thai hour,
he entered a Myrtle averine car. In the vicinity
of Fort Green place, bleeding profusely about
the heal, and apparently In a semi-stupor. He
paid his fare, and requested to be let out at
Pineapple street, In which street be boarded,
j He ls next heard of as having reached bis
boarding-house. Upon being questioned he
stated that he had been assaulted In the car
by two ruffians, and robbed of his watch; but |
this statement was evidently the result of his j
mental confusion consequent upon the assault,
which had been committed upon him previous
to bis entering (he car, as ample testimony
has ' been produced to prove that he
was In this lamentable condition when
he got upon the car in Myrtle avenue.
An examination of the unfortunate man's
condition showed that his skull had been
split open by a terrible blow from some
blunt Instrument. He died on the next day,
leaving no clue to his assassins. That he was
assaulted for the purpose of robbery seems
very evident, since his watch has been stolen.
Three notorious Jail birds have been arrested
on suspicion of complicity in the fearful crime.
The facts so far developed In the case go to
prove the existence of an organized gang of
highwaymen In that part of Brooklyn. Since
New Year's Day there have been no les3 than
Ave deadly assaults made upon pedestrians by
robbers in this locality. The mysterious mur?
der of Hr. Panormo has greatly alarmed the
community, and many citizens residing near
the ecene of the tragedy refuse to leave their
houses after dark.
The Young Men.
Both the Winnsboro' News and the Colum
bia Phoenix are exhorting the young men in J
the State to prepare themselves for hard J
and vigorous work in the campaign pre?
ceding the fall elections. We have confi?
dence in the yoong men. They planned
the campaign in Charleston, and elected a
respectable and trustworthy Municipal Gov?
ernment. And they can do as much in
other places. Nor is the success which al- j
tends the efforts of the young men in oilier
Slates, and which should crown their labors
in So ata Carolina, the reaulfriM only.the ac?
tive energies of youth. They wm because
they h a ve fe wer prejudices than their seniors;
because their views are wider and more
liberal ; because they are hot bent on man
aging things in the ways which answered
well in the time of the Ark, but which are I
as mach oat pf plac? now as cross-bows and I
rush-strewn 'floors; because they do not in-1
sist on getting in a wagon wben the express J
train is passing their very doors; because,
with all the patriotism and devotion of their
sires and grandsires, they are hampered by
no damaging past, and have little to an
learn. Far be it from as to suggest a word
of depreciation. of the great and good men
who directed the councils of Old South
Carolina. They did noble service, and, in I
like circumstances, would be entitled to the
leadiDg place in tbe public battle. But, as
the Phoenix would have said, before its edi?
torial management passed into new hands,
?JOld times are changed, old manners gone,
A stranger fills the Stuart's throne."
And the people, the young and the old, I
cannot afford to be recusants. They ac- J
knowledge what is. And they must go
farther. They are required to use weapons
adapted to the material out of whiofAte to
bo fashioned a new and creditable govern
ment for So nth Carolina. Tba venerable I
fathers of the Republic cannot, with stiffen?
ed sinews and flaccid muscles, wield the
weapons ef to-day. They have done their
part, and mast be content to remain en
shrined in the public temple-always hon-1
ored and revered, but not expected to take
part in the homely contests of every?
day life. Upon the Shoulders of the
young the burden of responsibility rests.
They must initiate systems as well os carry
them into effect. Had they taken tbe helm
four years ago, the State had now been
nearer port. They did not do it because it
was desired to give the old pilots another
trial. Now is the opportunity of the glow?
ing, generous and unselfish youth of South
Carolina. They have a right to be heard in
connell, as they must do the work in the
field. Let lt not be said that, In South' Caro?
lina, any man who holds honest convictions
fears lo express them because they are
new and strange.! Sj
-The yoong men of South Carolina'can
rescue South Carolina from the depths into
which she has fallen. Even ibis coming]
October they may drag the chariot from the j
along?, and, two years hence, they shall
cleanse the mir? from the wheels, abd purge
away the last foul smirches of dishonesty I
The Election Laws.
We hope that the House of Representa?
tives will reject the amendment proposed by
their Committee of Privileges and Elections
to the Senate bill to amend the Election
Law of March 1,1870. .'
-The present ?lection Law is admitted
to be a shame and reproach to the South
Carolina Radicals. Their leaders either
condemn it boldly, or only d?fend it as a
party necessity. Under 'that law, the Gov?
ernor of the State appoints the Commis?
sioners of Elections, who, in tnrn, appoint
the Managers. When the polls close, tbe
ballots remain for three days la tbe custody of
the Managers, who then moke their returns
to the Commissioners, who, within ten days,
jare required to make "such statements
"thereof os the nature of tbe election sball
"require." At Ihe elections of 1870, Gov?
ernor Scott, himself a candidate for re-elec?
tion, appointed his own r >iBans as Com?
missioners. These put in as Managers
their own friends and connections. Near
relations of candidates for office, and the
vary candidates themselves, obtain od in this
way entire control of the ballot-boxes, and
held them in their keeping until the returns
could be cooked to the desired complexion.
It is not denied that gigantic frauds were
practiced. Marked ballots which were put
into the boxes could not be found when the
ballots were finally exposed. Names were
stricken ont, ami tbe names of other candi?
dates were written in their stead. The pub?
lic have not forgotten tbe sickening story
of cheating and bare-faced fraud. Wives
voted for their husbands. Boys of fifteen
voted in every County In the State. The
knavishneas at tbe polls was only exceeded
by the gross corruption io making up the
count So glaring were the infringements
of law that three of the Radical Commis?
sioners of Elections were tried in the United
States Court, and convicted of tampering
with the ballots. And these men, be it un?
derstood, were not half BO guilty as scores
who went scot-free. All thia wrong-doing,
all Ibis rascality, was for the Bole benefit of
the villanouB Radical crew who lord it over
Tbe more moderate members of the Radi?
cal Party were outspoken in their denuncia?
tion of the Election Law, after the Elections
?were over, and, for a wonder, they had
sufficient firmness and consistency to cause
to be introduced in the Senate, at the pres?
ent session, a bill which remedies the gross?
est defects, of. the Act o? March 1, 1870.
This bill provides that at least ODO of the
three Commissioners of . Elections for each
county, and at least one of the three Mana?
gers for each precinct, shall be chosen from
each.political party; also, that, the bailot
boxes shall be publicly opened and inspected,
and locked jost before the opening of the
polls; also, that the counting of the ballots
shall take place in public, and shall begin
Immediately after the closing of the polls,
and that the result shall be at once declared.
These are the main changes effected by the
Senate bill which has passed that body, and
is now before tho House. But the ] House
Committee of Privileges and Elections will
not accept the bill as it stands. They re?
commend .that the section which requires
that the Commissioners and Managers of
Elections be chosen from each political
party be stricken out. That is, they object
to the clause which enables the minority to
wateh tte majority. They are not willing
that one Conservative should sit by the side
of two Radicals. And why 7 Is it hoped
that united boards of Radical Commission?
ers and Managers will fled means to defraud
the public in spite of an inspection of the
ballot-boxes, and of an immediate count ?
Surely, if it be intended to conduct the elec?
tions fairly, there can be no sound objection
to giving the minority a representation upon
the different boards. It may be said that
it will be bard to decide which are the par?
ties entitled lo representation, but there is
no force in the objection. For a decade to
come, there will be only two political par?
ties in South Carolina-the Radical and the
Conservative, and if lhere were three politi?
cal parties, organized and ready for action,
all of them could have a voice in the con?
duct or the elections. If the House mean
fair-play, the bill will pass as it came from
THE Blue Ridge Swindling Rill was killed
in the Senate yesterday. Next I
The Import Duty on Rice.
The House of Representatives, on Mon?
day, adopted the following joint resolution:
"IPAereas, The Congress ot the United
States, in plain violation of the doctrine "ihat
'there should be, either free trade, lo reier
.ence to the products of all ihe world, or else
?an equality of protection,' seems to be about
to remove the duty from rice, one of the
etaple products Ol this State; and, whereas,
tn the judgment of this'General Assembly.,
such a measure would be 'partial In character
?and disastrous in results;' be it, therefore,
"Besolved, by the House of Representatives
of the State or South Carolina, the Senate
concurring, That the repeal of the tarin* on
rice, -the culture pf which staple ls the princi?
pal source of profit and support ol so large
a portion of the laborers of this State, would
be unwise, partial and disastrous.
"Resolved, That our Senators are hereby
instructed, and our<: Representatives to the
Congress of tho Culted S lat ca ore hereby re?
quested to use their Influence to secure the
continuance of the protective duly on rice.
"Resolved, That this General Assembly
would not be understood, by this action, as
endorsing the principle of a high tarin" lor
"Besolved, That.his Excellency the Govern?
or ls hereby requested, immediately upon the
adoption of these resolutions, to forward cer?
tified copies thereof to hts Excellency the
President ot the United States, tho President
of the Senate and Speaker of the House ol
Representatives, and to our Senators and
Representatives to Congress, who are hereby
requested to lay the same before-thai body."
WE print in another column the prospec?
tus of Colonel Thomas's new paper, the
Columbia South Carolinian.
[Prom the Colombia Union, Rad.j
The General Appropriation Bill is now be?
fore tho General Assembly, and we hope and
trust that lt will be closely scrutinized before
it is passed imo a law. As lt now stands, lt
appropriates upwards of seven hundred thou?
sand dollars, exclusive of Interest on the pub?
lic debt. We hope the Legislature will not
forget the fact that, for the past three or four
years, the appropriations have exceeded the
revenue from taxes several hundred thousand
dollars, and, lo make up this deficiency, the
State has been compelled to go Into the mar?
ket to borrow money ut ruinous rates of in?
terest, heavy commissions, with other con?
comitan i s consequent upon forced loans.
It seem to us that this is the time to apply
the much talked about measure of retrench?
ment and reform. Let the General Assembly
appropriate sufficient money to keep the State
Government afloat, together with the amount
necessary to carry Into successful operation
our common school system, and let Improve?
ments of public buildings or grounds, and
other like features, walt a more prosperous
condition of the State nuances. At least two
hundred thousand dollars can be struck oil
the present bill, and tho State Buffer no detri?
Ito RENT7~T?YITLAI?\??^^ A
choice neighborhood. To an app oved ten
aut terms moderate. Apply at No. 4 Wall street.
TO RENT, A HOUSE IN A DESIRABLE
situation, near the City Raliway. Apply ou
Friday at No. 206 Meeting street. Jau3o-3"?
5 RENT, THAT THREE-STORY
Brick Douse, No. 47 Wentworth street, be?
tween King and Meeting streets, containing eight
rooms, and newly painted. Apply at rv o eu Kli.g
1?5 BENT, No. 25 WASHINGTON
. STREET; good Douse, with lour square
rooms, pam ry, dretslng rooms and attic cham?
bers. Good water aud conveniences. Terms f 28
per mon tu. Apply to P. P. TO ALK, No'. 20 Ll a vue
street._ j anjo
TO RENT, HOUSE No. 22 BEA?FALN
Btrtet, a two and a half story Brit k Douse,
I Just painted throughout. Apply to THOMAS
FROST, Treasurer, No. 64 Broad Btreet
TO RENT, THE THREE-STORY HOUSE
No. 27 Vanderhorst street. Apply at No. 4
FOR BENT, ARCHER'S COMMODIOUS
Ball and Clnb Rooms, also comfortable
Horns, from ti to $6 per month. Apply at
T~0 RENT, THAT LARGE WOODEN
RE-I DENUE, at southeast corner or Beau
fain and Smith streets. Commodious outbuild?
ings and fine lot. R. M. MARS ll ALL A BRO.,
Real Estate Brokers, No. 88 Broad street.
TO RENT, THE THIRD STORY OF No.
21 Broad street, over Pressley, Lord A In
g;esb ? M ?nice. Apply at No. l Hay ne street. .
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS.-ST O NE?
WALL LODGENo. 6.- A Reinar Meettog
or inls Lodge will e held THI8 EVENING, at 7
o'clock, at the hall?orner King und Liberty
streets. Members wllcome prepared io pay ar?
By order W. 0. ROBT. C. STARR,
jan31 Recording Soilbe.
/I ERMAN FRIEN3LY 80CIETT.-THE
UT Second Reading of the Arrear List will
take place at the Meettg of the Society to be
held THIS t.VENINO, at be Ball of the Freund
schoftsound. Members interested will please
take notice. JuHN A. BLUM,
jan31 _ Secretary.
ST. ANDREW'S S?CIETY.-THE REG?
ULAR Meeting orme St Andrew's Society
will be held at the imth Carolina Ea l, Tam
EVBNINO, at 7 o'clock
iOBERT M. GORDON,
Jan31 ii _Secretary.
/^ERMANEIFLI CLUB.-A ME?TI-G
VX ol the'Bo?rd orDlrectora will take place at
linds edt'a HaU, THUDAY. at half-past 2 o'clock.
By order. R. ISSERTEL,
MARION RIFIE CLUB -AN EXTRA
Meeting or ya* CInb will be held at the
usual place, TnisEvKiNO. af. half past 7 o'clock.
The Joint Committee) Kep rt will be presented
ror action. By order. T. H. STROHECKER,
Janal_ secretary pro tem.
OFFICE OF TIE SOUTH CAROLINA
CENTRAL RdLROAD O 0 M P A N Y,
CHARLESTON, S. 0, JANUARY 81, 1872.-The
Annual Meeting or tte Stockholders of this Oom
panv will be held at tlelr office, on WEDNESDAY
2lsc February proximi, at 12 o'clock M.
WHLIAM H. PERONNEAU,
CHARLESTON LiND COMPANY. -THE
Regular MonthiyMeeting or the stockhold?
ers or the ahove Conpany will be held on TO?
MORROW EVBNINQ, ihursday, February 1, at
Military Hall, at 7 o'ebek. A fall attendance ls
requested, SB bnsines! or much Importance will
be transacted. By ordsr or the President.
JAMES B. SPENCER,
Jan81 leoreiary and Treasurer.
rpEE VALLEY II TER MINING COM
X PAN Y OF KORTI CA KOLI SA.-A Meeting
br the Stockholders or the Valley River Mmlog
Company or North eadie a will bs beldon FRI?
DAY, the 23d Februar- next, at 12 o'clock M , at
the office of Mordecai? Co., Fast Bav. Charleston,
S. O. T. A. WILBUR,
Jantt-wsn_Secretary and Treasurer.
OFFICE CHA?LYSTON GASLIGHT
COMPANY, JAN f A RY 24,1872.-The annual
Meeting or the Stockt. Jders or this Company will
be held on MONDAY, tie 5th or February, 1872, at
the Hall of the Planers' and Mec ?anles' Bank.
East Bay, at 12 o'clock M., when a statement of
the affairs or the Company will be submitted, and
au Election held ror President and Eight Directors
to serve ror the ensuirg year.
W. J. HERIOT. Secretary and Treasurer.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of tho South Carolina Rall,
toad Company and ofthe Southwestern Railroad
Bank will be neld at the southwestern Railroad
Ban K, Broad street, ou FBBKUAXY 18ih, proximo,
at ll o'clock' A. M.
On the following diy an election will be held
for Fifteen Directors or ihe Railroad Company
and Thirteen Director! of the Bank.
stockholders will bipassed over the road, to
and from the meeting, free of charge.
' The proposed'Amendment to Anide!, Section
1 of the By-laws, changing the time of the annual
meeting, "by striking ont February, on second
line, and Inserting Apill," will come up for ac?
tion at i his meetlug. J. H. EME KY,
jani3 amwil Secretary.
WANTED, A GOOD COOK. APPLY IN
Kuiletlge aveme, corner of Mill street.
WANTED, A COMPETENT SEAM?
STRESS and Chambermaid. References
required. Apply at No, 26 Geo ge street.
Jan3l-l?_.- . _
WANTED TWENTZ THOUSAND CDS
. TOM&RS at the NOVELTY DOLLAR
STOKE, Just openeJ at No. 133 Mretlng street,
nearly opposite Charleston Hotel. jan31-3
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE MIDDLE
asted White Woman, to COOK and make
h-rself generally usefal. Fortsach liberal wages
will be paid, Apply at Mr. KENNEKTY'S Farm,
OTTO SONNTAG, DYER, WANTS TO
Inform of his A No. 1 Scourlnz of Gentlemen's
Coats, Pants, ac.,? and Cleaning frcm Mould,
Qrettfe, Paint, Ac; also laded Clothes renewed, at
No. 31 Wentworth street, near thc Artesian Well.
ln>ok nt mejijgSlgn. jmai-i*
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
do housework. Apply at the east corner
ol Queen and Trapmaun streets._Jjn30-2
WANTED, A SECOND-HAND T E N
HOR>E Portable St' am Eogloe, in good
running oruer. Apply at this office. Jani?9 3
WANTED, A WAITER, ALSO A COOK.
Qcod recommendations required. Appiy
at No. 18 Meeting street_Jan29-mw2?
WANTED, LADIES TO SAVE 50. PER
cent. Boulevard Skirts 22; French Cor?
nets 75c; Ho p Skirts 60c; Chignons 40c. A RUH
ER'S bazaar._J in26-fmwt,?
AMALE . TEACHER WANTED, TO
give general satisfaction and commence
-thoo, aa soon as possible. A salary or iwu hun?
dred and twenty-five do lara, including board
and washing, will be paid to Teach about eight
scholars ten months. For lu ther Information,
Address Z. A- W., St. Matthew's PostofflcefS. 0.
WANTED, EVERYBODY" TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warranted
Sewing Machine in themarketls the HOMM SHUT?
TLE, price %ib and $37. Can be st en at the Gene?
ral Agency, No. 61 Hasel street, oppo tte Express
Office. T. L. BIsSELL._Jauli-dmo
WANTED, EVERYONE TO KNOW
that FLETCH HR A GURNEY; ai tim Little
store around tho Corner, No. .83 Market street,
have constantly on-hand a splenuM assortment
Of aew Yoik and Domestic POULTRY, OAME
AND EGOS. Also a fine lot or Sugar-Cured
HamB, Prime Gothen and Family and Country
Batter, Beer and Pork Sausages, Cheese, should?
ers, Side.?, Dips, ('ellery, Eggs and Lard. GAME
specialty. Their motto : The Best and Cheap?
est. Remember-the Little Store round the Corner.
dbQT'K A MONTH, EXPENSES PAID,
UDO I t? Male or female Agents.-Horne and
ouiut luruished to sell our UNIVERSAL CEMENT,
Conibluatlou Tunnel, Button Hole cutter and
other articles. Circulars tree. Address Novelty
Company, Saco, Me. novl4-?s
?o5l and -Touni).
LOST, BETWEEN THE CORNER OF
King ind Wentworth streets and west end
latter, truce large KUIS. The t?nder whl be
rewarded on leaving them at this office.
FOB SALE, A FINE ROSEWOOD
PIANO, one Melodeon one Sewing Muchluc,
by R. M. MARSHALL A BRO., Brokers, No. 33
MULES.-TWO CAR LOADS OF KEN
TUCKYMULES, Just arrived, at Kentucky
Muiu Lot. King a rc et, lor cash or city acceptance.
FOR SALE, ONE LARGE YOUNG
M UL-, well broke and sound; one fine Bay
aiuie, well broke and sound. Apply to Palmetto
wuarr, r. ot Hasel btreet. T. C. HAr.LESTON.
FOR SALE, I WO HOUSES IN LIBERTY
street, 18 and 7 rooms nspeclveiy. and
outbuildings. Inquire at office ol DAILY Maws.
MULES-JUsT ARRIVED FROM KEN?
TUCKY, a fine lot O? MULES AND UORSKS.
r saje at No. 688 King street, Bprlggs s Old
stand, A. J. HANKS. jauso-2*
ip OR SALE, A FINE MILCH GOAT,
will kid in a lew days, at No. si Murket
?pOR SALE OR RENT, A STORE IN
Hayne street, ruuuiug through to Market
street, apply to LEsEsNE A MlLI-S. No. 23
Broad stiegt. Jaul7-w
FOR SALE, A BARGAIN.-THE SUB?
STANTIAL BRICK CHURCH BUILDING,
corner Hasel and Anson streets, offereu low ir
applied for Immediately, at U V010T, CUilrman
Vestry, No. ?6 Marget Btreet._JaulQ-wa7
FOR SALE. AT MY STORE, No. 229
King strtet, a lot or beautiful Japanese
LACQUER WOKE, Just received on com-lgoment,
uuect rrom Japan, some or thc specimens aie or
tue nighest oider or Japanese rt, and rar su?
perior to any goods or this description hereto?
fore offered in this city. F. VON SANTEN. next
uour to Acaoemvor Music_Jantt-6
ORSES AND MULES, ALSO SOME
flue Saddle Ponies, for ?ale at low rates, at
ooAN A Horns'^ srabiea, Northwest corner
i? and spring ?treets._Jan2i--6?
UST ABJUTVED FROM KENTUCKY, A
lot oi Hantatlon and Timber iiULl-X For
e at my stable on Queen street. P. WEST.
GADEMY OF MUSIC!
LAST DAT ANB SIGHT
H ? M P T Y-D U M P T Y!
^OADEMY OP MUSIC.
UNEQUALLED CONO* RT ORGANIZATION OP
SIXTY DISTINGUISHED PERFORMERS,
Pronounced by the entire Presa the largest and
most perfect Concert Troupe which has ever un?
dertaken a tour either m this country or in Enrope,
THREE GRAND CONCERTS !
THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1st,
FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2d.
SA TURD A r EVES INO, FEBRUARY M.
The following celebrated Soloists will appear,
MISS MARIE KREBS,
The young and brilliant Planiste.
Mr. BERNHARD LlSTKMANN. Violin.
Mr. LOUIS SCHREIBER, Cornet-a-Piston,
Signor LUIGI ROCCO, Harp.
Together with the .? : w
UNRIVALLED OROHESTRA OF OVER FIFTY
Reserved Seats In Orchestra and Dress Cir- .
Admission. 1 00
Family Circle. 76
Private Boxes.$10 and $16.
In order to give the public generally an oppor?
tunity to hear the Thomas Grand Orchestra, the
Ma nt ge ment has rtdnced the prices to the above
The sale of Reserved Seats will commence on
MONDAY MORNING, January 29:h, at 9 o'clock,
at Box Office ot Academy, when the Programme
can al o be hid.
Doors open at quarter past 7. To commence at
8 o'clock. Jan26-9
JJ UM PT Y DUMPTY!
TBIS AFTERNOON AT 2 O'CLOCK.
Admission only 25 cents. Jan31
HE FOURTH ANNUAL!
Will he given at
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5,1872.
Tickets, of Admission ONE DOLLAR. Tickets
can be had of the following Committee:
J. F. LILIENTHAL, Nos. 12 and 14 Market street.
J. H. OE f JEN,
F. W. METER, corner Meeting and Calhoun
JACOB KNOBELOCH, Nos. 143 and 146 East Bay. '
G. 0. S CHM ETZ KR, JR., No. 384 King Street.
F. D. C. KRACKE, JR., corner Rutledge and
H. W. TI DEM ANN,
0. B. OT! EN, corner Queen and East Bay.
W. E. KLEIN.
- The Committee may on mash any one, lt so dis.
posed. No one a il o wed to leave tho Hali masked.
Tickets for sale at F. VON SANTEN'S, No. 229
King street, next dcor to the Academy of Music ;
at w. KNOBELOCH'S, No. 467 King street, and at
the King Wilhelm Cigar Store, and at D. FITZ
GIBBON'S, corner King and Cannon streets. i
No Tickets sol J at the door.
Jg VEE Y BODY TO SEE
HUMPTY-DUMPTY I ? .
THIS AFTERNOON AT THE ACADEMY.
Q.BAND MASQUERADE BALL
FEBRUARY 1, 1872,<
AT TBS HALL, CORNBB MBBTI.NO AND G BOBO B ets.
THE COMMITTEE :
O. ~AEULISC, Chairman, Koo. ISO and 109 ?081
0. LUEDERS, No. 195 East Bay.
J. K LATTE, No. 187 East Bay.
A. W. JAGER, No. 2 5 King street.
R WOHLE HS, Noa 163 and 166 East Bay.
L. MULLER, Nos. 12 and 14 Ma:ket street.
H. U. BOES0H, at Ufferhardi's No. 238 King
C. 0. PLENGE, No. 201 King street.
Jan6,8,16,22,26,29,31, feb I
. HUMPTY-DUMPTY !
ACADEMY, THIS AFTERNOON.
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY. FRIOAT and SATCBDAT,
EVENINGS, January 31, February 1,2 and 3.
The Celebrated Negro Boy Pianist,
The Great Musical Prodigy of the age, and most
Marvellous Musical Genius living.
Before be ls withdrawn permanently from be?
fore the public, lt IS ? duty you owe to yourself to
see and near thia great, Incomprehensible wonder
of the nineteenth centnry.
Admission soc: Reserved Seats 76c. Doors open
at 7 o'clock; Concert to commence at 8. Reserv?
ed Seat Tickets for Bale at HOLMES'S Book Store.
I JJEMEMBER THE FAMILY MATINEE.
~ HUMPTY-DUMPTY AT THE ACADEMY.
Admission only 25 cents.
LAST PERFORMANCE TO NIGHT.
JpiRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
8. Y. TUPPEB, AGENT.
CONDITION OF TUB PBINIX INSURANCE COMPANY
OF BROOKLYN, NSW TORK-JANUARY, 1, 1872.
Cash on hand and In Bank..$ 73,785 44
Cash in coarse of Transmission. 63,247 71
Loans on Bonds and Mortgage at 7
per cent. 343,443 00
Call Loans on U. S. Bonds, Ac., at 7
per cent. 9i,67188
Bills receivable for Marine and Inland
premiums. 147,197 43
U. S. State and County Bonds, market
value. 766,782 63
I Dne for premiums, Fire and Marine.. 85,441 89
j Accrued Interest. 16,726 67
Real Estate owned by Company for
offices. 170,000 00
Wrecking Apparatus at Buffalo, N. Y 17,009 00
Claims due Company for Salvage and
re-Insurances. 72,169 05
Other property, sundry Hems. 14,103 47
Gross Assets at market values.$1,868,669 97
CONDITION OF TQB ANDES INSURANCE COMPANY
CASH CAPITAL.91,000,000 00
Cash on hand, in Bank and in
transit.$ 404,822 68
Bonds, U. S,, State, City and County,
market value. 390,660 65
Loans, with Collaterals and accrued
interest. 128,600 00
First Mortgage Bonds. 462,819 68
Bills Receivable. 389,420 66
Book accounts, Premiums and Agency
Rallro4|iBond8*and other Divest?
ments. 91,216 00
Total Assets, market values.$1,982,312 46
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW
CASH CAPITAL (total Assets)....$1,466,72010
RISKS, Fire and M-irlne, taken in the above
First-class cc nipan es, by
S. Y. TUPPER, AOBNT,
Jan8l-wfm Eist Bay street.
. j|yjjjjwtanks, jtiggorg, &t.
rJIHE GBEAT G B ? C BB Y DEPO T,
NO. 100 KLNG STREET.
LINLEYS CHEAP STORE,
KO. ISO KINO STREET.
THE GREAT CROCKERY DEPOT,
Ma 190.KINO STREET.
THE GREAT GLASSWARE DEPOT,
No. 190 KINO STREET.
THE GREAT FRENCH CHINA DEPOT, u
NO. 190 KINO STREET.
THE GREAT TOY AND FANCY GOODS
NO. 190 KINO STREET.
LINLEYS CHEAP STORE,
No. 190 KINO STREET.
THE GBEAT HOUSE-FURNISHING DEPOT,
NO. 190 KINO STREET.
NOTICE.-The Business heretofore condMted at
No. 3S Kl cg street will be els continued on. the
116 ih ci JANUARY, 1872, and the undersigned will
j oe pleased-, to see nts customers at the NEW
STORE, NO. 190 King street.
JOHN W. LINLEY.
^7- I L S O N S'
Having long seen tue necessity of placing a
pure and- nc adulterated stimulant before the
public, for MEDICINAL PURPOSES, we nave de?
termined to pack the following favorite brands.of
LIQUOR In cases, consisting of one Dottie each
PINET, OASTILLON A CO.'S BRANDT,
PRIVATE ST00K PORT,
" PALE FAMILY " SHERRY,
- OLD VELVET ? BOURBON,
" CABINET " QLN,
LOCH KATRINE (SCOT.) WHISKEY,
Which we will sell at ten (|10) donara.per case.
To onr friends we will say that we guarantee the j
purity or the above, they are endorsed by onr |
leading Physicians, and are, without any doubt,
SEND OBDKB& TO
BOX No. 383, CHARLESTON, S. C.
MW No Charge for Delivery, -ea
(ED ut ario nal.
EDUCATIONAL NOTIOE.-I SHALL
leave -The Nioktrson Hotel" ColomDia,'on "
Thursday morning, 1st February, and take In
charge any pupils intended lor Reldvllle Female
Jan 31-1 TH "'S. WARD WHITE, President.
REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND BOND BROKER
AUCTIONEER, No. 24 BROAD STREET.
Special attention given to the Sale and Pur?
chase or REAL ESTATE, Stocks, Bonds and au !
kind of Securiiles, at Private sale or AucUon.
Loans negotiated and advances made on Se?
curities placed la my hands lor sale.
CITIZENS' SAVING*) BANK OP,
CHARLESTON BRANCH, NO. 8 BROAD STREET.
All Moneys deposited In this Bank, on or be?
fore the FIFTH TUT or each calendar monia, will
draw Interest (six per cent.) for that month as If
deposited on the first Instant.
Collections in all parts of the State promptly at.
tended to, there bel?g Branches of this Bank at
the most prominent points.
D. RAVENED, JR.,
PLANTERS'AND MECHANICS' BANK
OP SOUTH CAROLINA.
This Bank ls now prepared (by the terms or Its
amended charter) to RECEIVE DEPOSITS bi
such sums as may be offered, and allow interest
upon them at the rate of six per cent, per annum,
the Interest to be added to deposits at stated pe?
riods,: and ihus form a part or the principal,or
paid to the depositor, whichever may be pre?
ferred. WM. E. HASKELL.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
CHARLESTON, January 20,1872.
Tko attention of Depositors In the savings De?
partment of this Company ls particularly Invited
the great safety accompanying the Deposits of
Savings made la this Institution.
These Deposits are regarded by ? the Board of
Directors as a sped il Trust, and aie Invested
only in sonnd and valuable Securities.
Ht addition to this caref ul investment, Deposi?
tors have, as a further security, the Capital or the
Company, which ls hable for their Deposits and
Interest at the rate or six per cent per annum,
either paid in cash QUARTERLY, or passed to
:redlt and compounded. F. A MITCHELL,
^.rjncnltnre, tjor?rni?iire, &t. j
FLORIST AND GARDENER,
SPKIXQ STREET NBAB RUTLSDGB.
A choice assortment of ORNAMENTAL TREES,
oses, Shrubs, Fruit Trees, Bouquets, Camelias,
lowers. Greenhouse Plants. Ac.
catalogues can be got on the premises.
J> R IM E E A & T E R M HAT.
For sale in iota to snit purchasers, per batir
Windermere,-at Southern Wharf, by
Janal_JOHN H. HOLMES.
H" AMS; STBIPa; 0. RT SiDES,'.' Sfi?OTi.
DEBS, AC. . Iffn
SO tl rees- Cxtra.S.OGHAMS, favorite Braids,
it. ''Old Re Uah le," - "Waahlngt on," Paragon,'*'
' " ?c. - - ' * - '-i : - K- -*A 4 L
15 boxes Extra S. 0. Strips
,20 thoa, strictly Brime Western 0 B. Sides . .
60 boxes 'Strictly' Prime D. s. Western 0. Be?
sides and shoulder-* '. . .
16 boxes Extra S. c. V. S. Belles
eu barrels Bee Hive Strop.
loo boxes 5oap,1 various Brands - -
800 sacttativwoobLSalt. : od .
In store and to arrive.
Jan27-amw3 IiAURET, ALEXANDER A 00.
JJ; A S T E R,N H ^.Tjfi
loco bales EASTERN HAT. to arrive, and .'for
sale In lots to sale purchasers by .'J l:. .: . :
JOHN H. HOLMES,
Janl2 ,_ Southern Wharf.
?SOLh I GOAL 1 O O A li.j
200 tona Superior VA. Parlor, and stove COAL.
Landin? and foi sale by * *? i* .. , J; > . *i i
.1 . c.. . ?tu ???! JPXIUSA. BLAKE, ""
Janso-tnyfB . .... Boyce's Wharf.' "
Q ? ND URANG Q.A
i The undersigned baa Just received a supply Or
Che Great Sooth American Cancer Remedy, OUN
D OBAN GO. ?j! . H. EAER, JJ
Jacio .... : ,. No. 181 Meeting street..
?: E E D r. P ? T:A (T O;E;S. ni .o
. : lOOO'bb?S. PINERYES^ ? 0
600 bbl?. PeaclrBlowii *1 -sf
250.bois. Early.Rose ... . ?Vi?F
'260. bois. Early ?oddrlch. ' . '
In prime condition, and for sale by s?i :
Janfrmwm, , r;, GEO..W?<WILLIAMS A 00. _
t^UGAR AND'MOLASSES. -' . A-'.
78 bhds. NeV Orleans SUGAR . , 'r
48 hhds. Dem?rara Sugar' "
146 bbl a.: New Or lea ns Molasses.. ?
In atore and for sale by . 0. P. WE HERS, -,
Jan? . - - Kg- isa East BayH
QOGK?O AND. LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IN U. S, BONDED STORES, 02.
* ..' ..- : . ' ' ' j ; - .. " -.. -".o' :
' .?' ' - ;. ? ??7-' v.jj.it
A TOBIAS'. SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY,
Oller tat sale from U. & Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDY,,
varions vintages, in
Quarter casks '
Fifth casks ul
Oases of one down bettlet-each. 'i
mayM_, . : . c
QH?IOE WHITE MILLING CORN AND
' FLOUR, LANDING TH13vDAY. B
" MORDECAI A. CO., No, llo.Eaat-Bay, offer for
sale m vol ces Choice White MILLING CORN and
Extra FLOUR, landing this day. angg-smo
.pj-ARMONY'S SHERRY WINE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. iio East Bay, offer for
sale - an Invoice of Choice HARMONY'S PALE
SU ERR Y WINE. , A. TOBIAS' SONS.
. angs-emo. ,. _. ".. ' ".
QHOIGE HAVANA CIGARS. :.?T
MORDECAI A CO.. Ma 110 East Bay, offer fur
sale an Invoice of Choice HAVANA CIGARS,
direct from Faet?n la Havana. ? , " tjOgtjSBWn
T7TNEGAR, PRUNES, ' WHITE WINE)
V CLARET, Ac
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for'sal? VINEGAR,
.Prunes, WhKO Wine, Imported direct 3pm
-France.. ,, . ... _ , . angs-wBon
T^NGLISH PORTER AND ALE. o.*
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agenta of Messrs. Edward
'ft George Hlbbert, of London, offer for sale Hit?'
bert's PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pinta
and quarts. _ angs-emo t
?HO10E SMOKED - TONGUES, AT M>
? CENTS EACH.
Soos?d PIGS FEET, ? at '. ','.'.'
.._ ... " WELCH'S GROCERY.'1
J?TBW DAVIS'S DIAMOND BRAND
: Just received at y. ,-iK
1 WFLCH'S GROCERY,' J
irwRIED PIGS, IN DRUMS AND BAS;
'tera, at'Cost Price, at n ,
J^ORTH CAROLINA CORN WHISKEY,
at $2 per Gallon, a specialty. Guaranteed:Pore,
at .' WELCH'S GROCERY.
Goods delivered free of charge, 1 " deon
<Eop artrurs Ijip s ano; B is s olntions.
X a Copartnership under the name and. style
orBULCKKN'A WOBtyTi?ANNf?or the irarpose
or carry mg on the wholes le Grocery ana Liquor
Business at No. 106East Bay. corner of Ac com
modauou Wharf. JUblUs BULCKBN, .
. J. N. M. W OHLUM ANN.
Charleston, 8. C., January 20,1872. JanflO-3
?VTOTICE.-THE FIRM QF'!JAME&Jf.
}Ji CALDWELL k SON ls dissolved by-fme
death or Mr. JAMES M CALDWELL, senior Pirt
ner.'which occurred on 3d December, 18IL. -
1 have associated with me In Copartnership, my
brotber-ln law, Mr. R. BAVIN BRIGGS, . and will
Oontloue the FAOTORAGK ANU GENERAL COM
MISSION BUSINE8?,. under the name of JAMES
M. CALDWELL A SONS. . .,'
Liberal advances made on Consignments either
for sale or shipments. .?
Jani mwfl3_ W. R. OALPWELL?
mHE FIRM OF W. P. DOWLING ? GO.
X having dissolved, I win state fer the infor?
mation of my friends and the public, t hat I have
continued, withour,loss of time,' the Factorage
' and Commission Business. Shippers cf cotton In?
tended for me will note the distinction.
W. PRESTON DOWLING,
Factor and Commission Merchant,
Established in Charleston uss.
Janl5-mwfl6DAO_-, .. ??
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CHARLESTON COUOTY.-Certiflcate br Lim?
ited Partnership between THEODORE G. BOAG,
ot the City of Charleston, in the c un ty .and
Sta e aforesaid, and ANDREW M. JACKSON, cl
Angosta, in the State or Georgia.
To all whom these PrtBen ts aball come they are
to certify that agreeably to the act or ; the .Gene?
ral Assembly, of the State aroresatd. entitled An
Act io authorize the formation of Limited; Part?
nerships, passed on the 20th day of December,
1S?7; and another, entitled An Act to extend the
duration or An Act authorizing the formation of
Limited Partnerships, passed on tbe 18th day of
December. 1848; and another Act extending the
s?me until repeali'd. passed on tue 20th day of
December, 1809, THEODORE G. BO ? G, o? the
City of Charleston, in the County and State afore?
said, and ANDREW M. JACKSON, or Angosta,. In
tue state or Georgia, have formed a Limited Part?
nership, as rpllpws: . .. ? ."
First. The Partnership is to be conducted under
the name or arm ofTHEODORE G. BOAG.
second. The general nature cf the business In?
tended to be transacted is that or a GeherarSac
torage and Commission Business, in th? sakTClty
of Obarleaton. u e
Third. ANDREW M. JACKSON, residing In the
City or Angosta, in tb State or Georgia, lathe
Special Partner, and THEODORE Gi BOAG, re
sldlng in the City Charleston and State.aforesaid,
19 the General Partner.
Fourth. The said ANDREW M. JACKSON, tho
Special Partner, has contributed In cash the fnll
and jast sum or Five Thousand Dollars to the
common stock. . .-<.<.>
Fifth. Tne said. Partnership, to. commence on
the twenty-fourth day or January, 1672 and will
termina' e on the first day of January, 18731 .'
In witness whereof, the. said Partners have
hereunto set their bands abd se^ls, st Charleston,
this, the twenty-fonrth day of January, A. D. 1872?
THEO. G. BOAG. DUB.1
A. M. JACK-ON. [r.s.]
Signed, sealed and delivered In the presence of
R. s. DPRYBA, E. M WHTTINQ._jan25-80
tDatcrjee, %twelts, pt.
A L L, B L A! G K & C O
NOS. 685 and S67 BROADWAY, N. T.,
LARGEST IMPORTERS, MANUFAOTURERB AND
Bron rei, Clocks
. Marble Statuary
;i iri OU Paintings
: . Gas Fixtures,
: ;/ AND ALL KINDS OP
At the Lowest Prices.