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No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, a O.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY ll, 1872
NEWS OF TBE DAT.
' -Gold at New York yesterday closed at
_The New York cotton market closed weak
and nominal; uplands 22jc; sales 334 bales.
_At Liverpool cotton closed dull; uplands
ll i .i. ; nearly due from Savannah or Charles?
ton lld.; shipping at New Orleans ll id. Man?
chester advices less favorable.
-Tennyson ls writing a poem on the subject
of the Prince of Wales's illness.
-The Nilsson troupe during her engage?
ment of thirteen nights at Cincinnati received
-The sentence of Watson, the English cler?
gyman who murdered his wife, has been com?
moted to penal servitude for life.
-It ls stated that the London Tablet, Catho?
lic official organ, announced on the very
morning of the death of Archbishop Spald?
ing that he was to be made a cardinal.
_-Eliza Bennett, of Cape May, New Jersey,
was'barned to death one day last week by the j
upsetting of a coal oil lamp, which she had
set on the floor before her while unlacing a
-A Boston physician says he has a patient
in'choTge, married at fourteen, and who at
Srirtv-seven had been the mother of twenty
ve living children, and never more than one
Child at a birth.
-There ls a prospect of a lively contest be?
tween Nasf, with his administration cartoons J
in, Harper's Weekly, and Morgan, the new
acquisition of Frank Leslie's Illustrated News?
paper, with his anti-administration carica?
tures. Morgan is no mean rival of Nast, and I
a ??r flgh t may be expected.
-The number, of deaths In Philadelphia, last
week, from small-pox was one hundred and
elgfcty-three, which ls a considerable increase
overthe previous week's report. The.whole
number ot deaths from all causes last week I
waai seventy-three more than the previous one.
Under the head, ?kA-.i.Revolution In Paris," j
the London Globe says: '-The Trois Freres
Proven?aux bas closed tn consequence of the
expiration of the lease. This simple announce
ment will cause more emotion among Euro,
pean'and American epicures than could the
destruction of a hundred palaces or monu- J
-The friends of amnesty seem to have a
renewed confidence In the success ot the
House bill now on the table ot the Senate.
They do not doubt tbat Sumner will again
Offer bis Civil rights amendment, but they I
think that a sufficient number will be found
to vote it ont as not germane to the bill, and, I
having .made their record on ihe question,
will furnish the- requisite two-thirds vote.
-The Japanese Government apparently in-j
tends to become intimately acquainted with
tho m tl ? t iry systems ol various countries. Not
only are youthful Japanese to be initiated Into
the1 "mysteries of West Point, but the Charg?
d'Affaires of that country at Paris has recently
made application for the services of a body of
French officers and soldiers to proceed to
Japan. The French Government ha? acceded
to the request, and those desirous of going are J
requested to. enter their names; The pay
offered ls attractive. '
' - Cincinnati has a retail trade protection
agency, the office of which ls to collect "little
bills" for small tradesmen. In extreme cases,
the agency "wagons" a man, the process being
to send to the debtor's; residence or place of I
business a gorgeously-painted wagon, con
gpi cu oust y lettered, "Protective Agency-Bad j
Debts Collected," accompanied by two col
lectors big enough to deter the mortified vic
tim from attempting personal violence. It ls
claimed that a few applications will "fetch"
the worst cases. I
-The great Boston peace J ubi lee Is a fixed
fact. Mr. P. S. Gilmore; the great Jublleelst, j
says so. His visit to Europe to recruit for
minstrels has exceeded expectations. The
English Grenadiers are coming. P. S. G. also
received the strongest assurances from the
monarchs of Belgium, Austria, Russia andi
Prussia that their best military bands will be
boxed up and sent over In due course, to add
their brass to the native production. lu June
next-always providing tho $160,000 are guar- j
afiteed-all Boston will gather to the Cotise-j
um, and the doubters of the grand enterprise I
will hide their heads in shame. ? . J
T -A Paris letter ol January 12th, to the Bos- j
ton. Evening Journal, Bays: "Much surprise
was manifested among the Americans on Fri
day last, when it became known that the cele-1
brated Dr. Helmbold, of Buchu fame, had been
conveyed to the insane asylum at Charenton, j
and it ls said at the instigation ol bis wife. Two j
Trench physicians pronounce him insane,
while one of our celebrated American doctors
ls of an opposite opinion. During a short con?
versation with the doctor a few days ago, he
expressed himself as being weary, and thougbt
-he should go to eome retired place and endea?
vor to recruit Excepting a peculiar expres?
sion of the eye, he showed no symptoms of in?
sanity. Various rumors are, of course, being
-Late English newspapers report the as?
semblage in London of a meeting ol employ?
ers In the shipbuilding, machinists and iron
tradea, at which over three hundred leading
firms were represented. They came from ali
parts of the kingdom, and irom statements
made by each, ol the number of persons em?
ployed by his establishment, it appears that
tiie aggregate was over one hundred thous
' and men. They determined to constitute
themselves Into a defensive association, to re?
sist BtrlkeB by their employees. They an
Bounced that In their action they would be
.'strictly but resolutely defensive." At present
the hours of labor in England amount to fluy
fonraweek, and the workmen in vaiious
places have demanded a reduction to el"ht
and a half hours a day, this being a prelimi?
nary movement to a demand for eight hours
as a day's work. The action of the employers
Ts believed to have been taken with a view to
resist these demands.
-Th? musical critic of the Louisville-Cou?
rier Journal ls making himself ill over the de
(.allure ol Nilsson. Hear him: "It has been
?lten said thar nothing could be more difficult
than to write calmly and soberly of Misa Nils?
son, with, the echoes ot her voice still ringing
In the ear, and the fervor of her manner still
quivering in the heightened senses. How much
more difficult ls it then to write dispasslon
I ately, with nothing but ihe memory of her to
! fill the next day and the next; and the next
. year, and tbe next-forever. To most of us
1 the farewell of last night was a farewell that
shall not know another greeting. Indeed,
there ls an alloy in the pleasure we have had
rn knowing her-this of resolving the dally
sight of her Into what mu? always be a sad?
dened memory. It is what the parent, the
friend, mu3t feel-and we say it most rever?
ently-when death has divided friend from
friend." Give him air, gentlemen, give him
j air. Some Ice water and a smelling bottle
that way, quick I
The Conspirators Un m a sk td.
Notwithstanding the virtuous denials of
the Savannah uewspapers, wa have now a
plain avowal of tho fact that the Central
Railroad of Georgia is endeavoring to lease
the South Carolina Railroad. From whom
does this declaration come ? No leas a per?
son than Mr. John H. Jame?, Mayor of At?
lanta, who runs James's Bank, and has an
interest in a street railroad besides some
eifhteen hundred shares of South Carolina
liai 1 road 3tock i From bim we have full
confirmation of all that has been said in this
paperas to the plans of the public enemy.
If the people, with the twanging declama?
tion of Mr. John H. James ringing in their
ears, refuse to believe that the commerce
and trade of Charleston are in imminent jeop?
ardy, they will richly deserve the fate j
which, unless they m0Te promptly and
vigorously, is unquestionably in store for
this city and State.
The leader in the attack upon Charleston
is Mr. William B. Johnston, ol Macon, who
affects, we believe, to have no desire to in
I jure this people in any manner. This gen?
tleman was present at the meeting of stock?
holders of the South Carolina Railroad Com?
pany, held yesterday,'in this city.. At a nod
from him, Mr. Cubbedge, of Macon, offer?
ed a resolution requiring the Board of Direct?
ora to call a special meeting of the stock?
holders to consider any proposition that
might be made to lease the road npon the
basis of a guaranteed dividend of five per j
cent or more. This was instantly seconded
by Mr. John H. James, the connection be?
tween the members of the triumvirate being
so plain that we are justified in assuming
that Mr. John II. James is the authorized
spokesman of the party.
What, we may ask, were the admissions
made by Mr. John H. James? Far from
denying that the Central Railroad or Geor?
gia desired to lease the South Carolina Rail?
road, he took os the foundation of his argu?
ment the fact that a lease of the road, with
a dividend guaranteed by Ute Central Bad
road, would cause the price of the stock to
advance, and put two and a half million
dollars in the pockets of the stockholders
It is true that he said that the lessees would
not and could not injure Charleston ! And
why? Because, according to Mr. John H.
James, the Directors of the road could pre?
vent any discrimination against Charleston ;
and because, if there, were any discrimina?
tion against Charleston, the Port Royal
Railroad could be completed for less than
the profit which the stockholders might ex?
pect to realize upon their stock. We might
ask Mr. John H. James whether he would be
willing to pat his profits into the Port Royal
Railroad if be found Charleston going to the
dogs ? SJ unsophisticated - and disinterest?
ed a person would not, of course, refuse to
offer up John H. James, and his street rail?
road, upon the altar of the City o? Charles?
ton. For the rest, we would say that it is
an absurdity to tell a body of intelligent
gentlemen that any means could be devised
of preventing the Central Railroad, as a
lessee of the South Carolina Railroad, from
injuring South Carolina and Charleston.
Mr. John H. James admits that the present
management of the road have done all that
men could do to extricate it from its diffi?
culties, and place it upon a sound footing.
Ii the road is now in a position to earn, in
the future, a dividend of five per cent., this
can be done by the present management as
well as by the proposed lessees. And, in
that case, with the certainty that interest
and sentiment vnll combine to urge the man?
agement tb strain every nerve to increase
the business of Charleston, and give even
greater transportation facilities to the peo?
ple of the State. In other words, the pres?
ent management can do all that the Cen?
tral Railroad can do in the way of making
dividends. But the Central Railroad offers
to guarantee a dividend. That dividend
will either be earned or it will not. If it
can be earned, it will be made and declared
by the present board without the hazards of
a lease. The stockholders, as absolute own?
ers of the road, will get their dividend, and
see their stock advance in price. Where, in
that case, is the advantage of a lease ? But
the dividend, proposed to be guaranteed,
may not be earned ; in which event the Cen?
tral Railroad will be paying out of its own
pocket a dividend to the stockholders of
the leased line. Would they do this because
of their unselfish love for Charleston ? No !
They would do it because, by stilling com?
petition and advancing rates, they could
gain more upon the Central Railroad and its
connections than they would lose by the
South Carolina Railroad. They can, in
short, afford to pay two or three hundred
thousand dollars for a few years to save
themselves from a.pompetitiOD which last
year wrested from the Central Railroad
nearly half a million of dollars. And .this
would not last They would ruin Charles?
ton by turning Its business to Savannah,
and would theo find an easy way to cause
the South Carolina Railroad to be sold out,
and tbe stock and the lease to be extin?
But Mr. John H. James did not stop here.
He went on to say that Mr. Moses Taylor,
of New York, was worth thirty millions,
and if he were aroused would buy out the
South Carolina Railroad if he had to pay
par for the stock. We have a better opinion
of Mr. Taylor's sense. But the monstrosity
of the threat is none the less evident I
Here comes Mr. John H. James to Bay to
the people of South Carolina, "We are rich
"and you are poor. Take the crust we throw
"to you, or you shall have nothing at all. "
The temper of this people has wonderfully
changed if these threats have any effect.
We can be led, but we are bard to drive.
Now come back to us tho words of Light
Horse Harry Lee, whom the Tories tempted
as Mr. John H. James and bis colleagues
would tempt this people. He said to them,
"lam a poor man; but your King, with
"his millions, is not rich enough to bny
"me!" And this is a fight for homeB and
firesides as mach as was the war in which
?Sumter and Marion fought The alien and
stranger are upon us. Goths and Vandals
would strip us of our birthright Every
consideration of interest and patriotism, of
hard cash and public spirit require this
people to defeat Messrs. Johnston and
James, and their allies of the Central
To-day the fight may be renewed. The
Ring must once more be handsomely re?
pulsed. And, in the meantime, every citi?
zen, according to his means, should put
his money into South Carolina Railroad
stock-to be bought and held for the guard?
ing of our trade, to be so held that all the
wealth of purse-proud millionaires shall not
steal it away. What it is worth to them
it ia worih to ns. If the South Carolina
Railroad is worth seven per cent to ih?>
Central Ring, it is richly worth ten per
cent., and more, to this State and people.
Tue Rice Daly.
[From the Xew York Tribune,]
. We imported In 1866 no less than 76,209,397
pounds of rice, and the first quality sold for
13} cents per pound. We have imported a
lets amount In each subsequent year, because
our home product, which was 20,113,GOO
pounds in I860, has risen rapidly and pretty
steadily since, till lt amounted, In 1871, to
92,000,000 pounds. Meantime the price ot the
first quality has fallen to 9 cents per pound.
Our rice 1B grown by the seacoast negroes
of South Carolina, Georgia and Louisiana, who
tire charged with Inveterate idleness and beg?
gary. They grow this important crop where
little if anylbing would be produced if rice
were not. Can't Congress be persuaded to
let them alone?
Rostet ter's Ditter G.
"^TALLT^HE YEAR ROUND, AND IN
all parts of the world, the elements of disease are
present in the air, thc soil and the water, in a
greater or lesa degree, and therefore the Great
Vegetable Antidote to these Invisible enemies of
health, HOSTETTER'3 STOMACH BITTERS, is
Invaluable as a houBeh?d medicine at all seasons
and in evtry latitude. At no period of the y^ar ls
a regulating and corrective medicine more needed
than toward the close or winter, when the sun
aud rain are beginning to break ip the winter
blockedo, and from the softening soil arises that
terrible miasma, wo! h weighs like an incubus
upon the vital machinery and depresses the ani?
mal spirits, lt is then that the seeds of intermit,
tent and remittent fevers, or rheumatism and
rheumatic gout, of obstinate stomach complaints,
or disorders or the liver and bowels, and a whole
host or pulmonary and nervous complaints are
The best, the surest way to prevent thia disas?
trous seeding is ti invigorate and refresh the sys?
tem with a cour.-e or the B.tiers. ff this precaution
be takeu now, there will be no danger of thu
miaamaslc germs taking root In the fluids and
tissues of the body, and bringing forth terrible
fruit m the spring. Now ls the time for preven?
tion. Remember that vigor la the only safeguard
against the virus of disease, and that Ho Heller's
Bitters ls the purest, the safest, the most powerful
and perfect lnvlgorant ever admlulsiered, either
as protective medicine or a remedy. A change of
season approaches which almost always proves
more or less disastrous to persons of a weak, ner?
vous organiza iou. Brace up at once with the
leading Tonic or the a ge. Purge fi om the blood
all morbid matter, strengthen the nerves, and
regulate and purify the secretions with the Vege?
table Elixir, which combines the Juices or the
finest medicinal roots, herbs and barks, with the
most wholesome er ail diffusive stimulants.
SOLFEGE CLASS.-MRS. P. JTRAR^OT
? will, In compliance with the request of muuy
persons, commence a solf?ge cia?. at 6 o'clock,
ou Thursday nex\ 22d instant, for children norn
the ages of 8 io 14 years, at her residence, south
west corner Smith ana Montague streets.
Terms-$ 12, in advance, per quarter.
Jj! EM ALE COLLEGE,
REID VILLE, S. C.,
RF.V. THOMAS WARU WHITE, PRESIDENT,
OPBKS 5TU FBBBUARY,
THE CHEAPEST FEMALE COLLEGE IN THE
SOUTH-CLOSES LAVT OF NOVEMBER.
(TEN CALENDAR MONTHS.)
The Boarding Department h under the manage?
ment of an experienced gentleman, Mr. J. S.
HAMMOND, and the charges placed at the lowest
possible ligures-$12 60 per month-including
Washing, Fuel, Lights, ana Servants' attendance.
At $1, $2, $3 and $4 per mcnth respectively for
the Elementary, Primary, Intermediate and Col?
legiate Departments. Latin, Greek, Freuen and
German taught in the Collegiate Department
without any extra charge. Music $4 per mouth.
Matriculation Fee, $2 (fur the year.)
The Village of Reidvllle 1B situated In a high,
dry, healthy tecilon of tue State, distaut twelve
mites irom Sparenburg Couithuusv on the one
bide, ana twenty irum the City of Urenvllle on
tue oilier, ami ls lu dully mall communicailun
willi both places.
A public conveyance leaves Spartanburg Court?
house ou Mobdays, Wednesdays and Fridays;
Greenvll e Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
passing Immediately by the Village, gotug and re?
Youug Ladies from abroad board In the house
prepared lor their reception-a large, commodi?
ous, comfortab e building-and are under Hie
special care of the Pilnclpalof the Instil uilon.
Pupils received at au> pet iod, aod are charged
only from the time at which they enter.
For further information add. ess
W. A. HARRISON,
Secretary Board of 'i rusteea,
I e.dviile, S. C.
N. B.-The President will leave me Mckerson
Hotel, Ct lumbla, on FRIDAY MUKSINO. first of
March, and luke lu charge any pupus Imendct
Jut- Kew vibe. The Co lege Omnibus meets pupils
at >p.ittanourg Counhuuse, aud takes them out I
FREE OF COST. itb:2-3
ROYAL AND SELECT ? MASTERS.
The Annual Assembly or the Grand Council
or Royal and ?elect Masters of the State of south
Carolina will b J held THIS DAT, at hair-past 3
o'clock P. M., at HolmeB's Lyceum.
febl4-? - Qrantl Recorder.
PALMETTO LODGE, No. 1, KNIGHTS
OF PYTHIAS.-Regular Semi-Monthly Com?
munication To NIGHT, at 7 o'clock. A large at?
tendance ls expected, as business or Importance
will be transacted.
By order of the W. 0. J. H. KENDALL,
febl4 ? _,_W. R.S.
FRANKLIN LODGE, No. 96, A. F. M -
Owing to tlie Annual Communica'lon or the
Grand Chapter of R. A. M, lu the Masonic IJall,
llolmes'a Lyceum, Wentworth street, the Regular
Communlca ion of Franklin Lodge. No. 99, A. F.
Ja , will be postponed until SATURDAY, tue I; th
instant, at -7 o'clock P. M.
By order of the W. M. JOHN WINGATE, ,
LAFAYETTE ARTILLERY CHARITA?
BLE ASSOCIATION.-An Adjourned Meet?
ing of the Associ?t! n ? ill be held at our Hall,
comer or King and Hasel streets, THU EVENING,
at 7 o'clock. Punctual attendance ls requested,
as business of great Importance will be broaght
up lor consideration. By order.
feM4_Secretary L. A. 0. A.
GERMAN STEAM FIRE COMPANY.
The Anniversary Meeting of your Com?
pany will be held at tbe Englne-Honse, THIS AF?
TERNOON, at S o'clock pleasely. Election for
(juicers for the ensuing year wi 1 take place. All
members are requested co be punctual.
By order of the President.
feb!4_ MAX BELlTZER. Secretary.
WABD 4-AT A MEETING OF THIS
Ward, held on Tuesday evening, 13th
instant, at Military Hall, for the purpose of elect?
ing SL\ Delegates to the County Convent lon, lt
being impossible to do any business, by a mo?
tion the meeting adjourned to meet at 3 o'clock
THIS AFTERNOON. ALEX. WILLIAMS,
R. H. WILLOUGHBY, Secretary._febu-*
OFFICE OF THE SOOTH CAROLINA
CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.. JANUARY 31. 1872.-The
Annual Meeting er trie Siockboluers of this Com?
pany will be held at their office, on WEDNESDAY
2lBt February proximo, ?t-i2 o'clock M.
WILLIAM H. PE HON NE AU,
THE VALLEY RIVER MINING COM?
PANY OF NORTH CAKOLlN'A.-A Meeting
or the stockriders of the Valley River Mining
Company or North Carolina will be held on FRI?
DAY, the 23d February next, at 12 o'clock M, at
the office of Mordecai A Co., East Bay, Charleston,
" 0. T. A. WILBUR,
Jan24-w5fl_Secretary and Treasurer.
ASTED, ATNcT??LADSON COURT;
a Washer and Chambermaid. Also a
Mau Servant._febl4 2?
El VE HUNDRED DOLLARS. OFFERED,
free of interest, for a Situation by an ex?
perienced young man. .Salary resonabie. Ad
drena -Business," Onice DAILY NEW*. febl42?
WANTED TO KNOW WHAT B.
WHITE intends to do with all the FUR
NH URE be li pl;isg up In his Store, No. 83 Uasel
street. Answer.-Go there and see lt leaving for
all parts of the State. Conclusion.-He rnust stli
WANTED, A HOUSE OF FOUR
square rooms, within ten minutes walk of
Cliarlestou Hotel. Address, stating location, K-y
Box No. 378. _feb 13--?
ALADY WISHES A SITUATION AS
COPYIST, Ladles' Companion, or Govern?
ed. R?f?rences given. Address ?, Pottom ce
Key Box, .NO. 86._fe bl 3-2*
WANTED, ONE HUNDRED MINERS,
at the works o: the Charleston M. mug
and Manufacturing Conpany, at Ten-Mile lilli,
.-outti carolina Railroad. From $1 60 to $3 per
day can be made._febiu-i2?
WANTED, A SITUATION TN A
Wholesale or Counting-house, by a native
of tnls city. Has considerable acqualuiance lu
ihe up country, and wau d be willing to travel.
Has been tn the grocery and cotton business. Ad .
dress R. T. G., NRWS office._Janl7-wfm
WAN1ED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House ls the central or western
part or the ci: v. Address "Q," at this office, stat?
ing luca'lon, terms, Ac. _fe08
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warranted
Sewing Machine in the wirket ls the HOMfai SHUT
iLt, price $26 and $;*7.. Can be seen at thu Gene?
ral Agency, NO. Ol Ha?ei street, oppo.-lte Express
canoe. T. L. BIJSELL._Janl-.'-fluio
WANTED, EVERYONE TO KNOW
that FLETCHER & GURNEY, at the Little
Store around the Corner,. No. 93 Market street,
have constantly on band a splendid assortment
Ol .New York and Uorne?le POULTRY, GAME
AND EGGS. Also a line lot of sugar-Cured
Hams, Prime Goshen und Family and Conn' ry
Batter, Beef ana Pork sausages, Cheese, should?
ers, Side.', Lips, t'ellei j, Eggs and Lard. GAME
a specialty. Their motto : The Best and Cheap?
est. Remember-the Little Store round the Corner.
f?QrTC A MONTH, EXPENSES PAID,
up O / ZJ Male or female Agents_Horre and
nullit lurmahed to sell our UNIVERSAL CEMENT,
Combination Tunnel, Button Hoie cutler and
other articles. Circulars iree. Address Novelty
Company, Saco, Me. novl4-78
Cost an? ionno.
CLES, In Red Mo. occo case. The finder will
oe rewarded by leaving them at No. 237 King
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD.-STRAYED
or s olen fi om No. los fradd street, a
seo:ch Terrier Pup; yellowish brown aud about
?.even mon ins ola. Answers to the n.me of
Pear. Apply at this ottlce._ieb!3
LOST ON KING, NEAR RADCLIFFE
STREET, a Gold Chased Earring, with red
?.une. A rewan * 111 be given by lcavlug lt at
No. 621 King street._ieb!8-2?
LOST OR STOLEN FROM W. W.
McCLOUD, on James Island, un the 20th
oi January a Black JbNNY MULE, three years
old and sixteen banda high. $:6 dollars reward
will be given for the same. lebl3-2*
FOR SALE, SIXTY HEAD KENTUCKY
liri ke M UL ns, for Timber and Plantation
use, cheap lor cash ur city acceptance. P. WE6T.
FOR SALE, A HOUSE AND LOT ON
Suilivan'd Island, eligibly locatea. Apply
ut this office._fcbll-i*
FANCY FOWLS AND PIGEONS FOR
SALE.-20 pairs of choice Wnite Fantails,
carriers, KuUlesliiru, Trumpeters, ie.; also Willie
Bantams and Game Fowl*. Apply to F. G. MI
CHEL, No. 146 dining s reef. febu-wi*
MULES ! HORSES i MULES 1 - I
have Just received sixty (60) head or
uuasESAND MULE', consisting of fine Saddle
and Harness Horse?, flue Timber and Turpentine
Mules; arno, Dray, Care and Farm Mmes. 1 will
be found ut A. Wilson A Co.'n stable, opposite
Pavlllun Hotel, corner Wentworth and Meei lug
streets, where I will Bill low lor cash, or ou terms
lo suit purchasers. cHAa. D. MCCOY.
ti ft bl4-10_
LOW-PRICED HORSES.-A FEW LOW
PKI?D.D HORDES fur Bale at CP y Raliway
stables, corner King and Shepherd streets.
FOR SALE OR RENT, A STORE IN
Huyne htreet, running through to Market
street. Apply to LBSEsNE A UlLlS, No. 23
Broad st. eet._Janl7-w
FOR SALE, FINE CJTTON SEED,
very prolific Co ton, and brought $116 per
P und this season. Apply to FRASER? DILL.
Adger'a North Wharf. Ieb2-fmwl0?
MULES AT KENTUCKY MULE LOT,
KING STREET.-Well broke Hantatlon
aud Timber cirt Mules; low, for cash or city ac?
ceptance. R. OAK MAN. _feb 10-8?
TO RENT, THE THREE-STORY BRICK
. HuUsE No. 27 Vanderhorst street. Apply at
INo. 4 Hudson street. ?ebl4-wtu2?
ARLE ? BL YTHE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
GREENVILLE, S. O.
?9- Practice In State and Federal Courts.
JW* Special attention given to collecting and
I^URNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By J. L. LUNSFORD,
fe?o Smith Street, north or Wentworth.
QRAND ll ASQUEE ADE BALL
GERMAN RIFLE CLUB,
FEBRUARY 29, 1872,
AT TB H
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Tickets or Admission may be obtained from the
F. Ansel, H. W. Ifollenbaner, F. Kellaer, D.
Goetgen, F. Heicz, W. Fischer, D. Nordmeyer,
Theo. Melchers and R. laser tel; also from Mr. F.
Yon Santen, King, nrar Market streets.
^CADEMI OF MUSIC.
First Appearance In this city of the Undisputed
and Regal Queen of English Tragedy,
Supported by her New and Most Brilliant
NEW YORK STAR COMPANY.
MONDAY, February 19.Mary Stuart.
TUESDAY, February 20.Deborah.
WEDNESDAY, February 21.Chesney Wold,
(An Adaptation or Chas. Dickens's ?Bleak House.)
Tn ORS DAT, February 22.Macbeth.
Admission $i; Reserved Seats 50c extra: Fami?
ly Circle 60c; Gallery 25c.
The Sale of Reserved > eats wl'l commence on
THURSDAY MORNING, loth Instant, at the Acade
my of Music_febl2-0
CHARLESTON DAILY REPUBLICAN.
We propose to Issue on MONDAY next the first
number of an Afternoon Paper In the City or j
Char.estou. This Journal will > e a revival or the
Charleston Dally Republican, nuder better
auspices, we hope, ac d on a surer basis. We are
slad to announce, as an earnest of success, that
the enterprise has met with the most cordial as?
surances or support from Democrats as well as
The principles of . his paper will be thoroughly
Republican, and we will strive to square Its
course with the doctrines of that gr< at party
which saved the nation In Its hour or peril, made
lt honorable at borne and respected abroad, which
bas enlarged the limits of ci vd liberty within our
own borders, and furnished Lew Ideas on the
subject to the world.
We shall strive to illustrate that liberality or
sentiment, which believes t>.at men may disagree
with regard to public measures, without the ran?
cour of bitter hostility; and we will always be
ready to extend the largest charity towards opin?
ions which we may even deem unwise If only we
are convinced that they are honestly entertained.
We believe, and will maintain, that the preaent
State Administration has contributed largely to
the Improvement of all our people-especially of
the humbler classes, both white and colored, to
whom lt has, by wise and wholesome legislation,
afforded an eqnal chance In the race of life, and
Bureand just protection in all their rights and
Whild we will not attempt to deprecate the ex?
alted qualities of that class which, up to the late
revolution, ruled the state-qualities, Indeed, of I
which we are Justly proud-yet we cannot con?
sent to sacrifice the welfare of the ma's of the
people to any individual developmen', however
splendid and pre-eminent. We wm contend that
the civilization of this state, np to the rise of the
Republican party within tts borders, was narrow,
excludive an i sei a s ta ; and that lt tended, in equal
degrees, to the elevation of a few and to the de?
pressen of the many. We hall at present with
Joy, and will strive to foster it in the future, the
rise of the lower classes of the State, both white
and colored, from their long humility n< der evil
Institutions to full citizenship and comp ete man?
hood. We rejoice In the abolition or slavery as
removing a moral stigma from our national char?
acter, and lifting an incubus from our industrial
We will spare neither labor nor expense to
make the Dally Republican a lively and Instruc?
tive aheet, and we will strive to adapt lt to the
tastes and necessities of all our people.
The Weekly Republican will be Issued every Sat?
urday, and will contain, In a 'dicion to the news
of the week ano full editorial matter, an abund?
ance of well selected light reading, which will
make lt aa accept ible companlun In every house?
hold m the State.
In conclusion, we call upon all liberal, moderate
and ml in h teaed men, and especially upon all true
Republicans, to lend UJ a prompt and fall sup?
SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL.
Six mouths.4 00
Three months.2 00
By carriers lu the city 15 cents per week.
Dne year.$2 00
Mx months. 1 26
Business Notices 25 cents per line.
special Notices l* cents per line.
General Advertising $1 per square (one Inch.)
special inducements to those wishing to Adver?
tise by Contract.
Address, DAILY REPUBLICAN,
P. O. Box No. 407, Charleston, s. C.
?3- Office corner Meeting and Market streets,
np subs, (at the old stand.)_febl3-5
pLANTERS' AND MECHANICS' BANK
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
This Bank ls now prepared (by the terms of its
imeuded charter) to RECEIVE DEPOSITS In
such sums as may be offered, and allow interest
upon them at thc rate of six per cent, per annum,
the Interest to be added to depo.-lts at stated pe?
riods, and thus form a part of the principal, or
paid to the depositor, whichever may be pre?
ferred. WM. E. HASKELL,
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
CHARLESTON, January 20,1872.
The attention of Depositors in the Savings De?
partment of this Company ls particularly Invited
to the great safety accompany log the Deposits of
Savings made in this Institution.
These Deposits are regarded by the Board of
Directors as a Special Trust, and are invested
only in sound and valuable Seem Rles.
In addition to this careful Investment, Deposi?
tors have, aa a further security, the Capital of the
Company, which ls liable for their Deposits and
the lmerest, thereon.
Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum,
either paid In cash QUARTERLY, or passed to
credit and compounded. . F. A. MITOHELL,
DrRQB, (?nemicots, S?z.
_ x7~IJ~~H N ,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 450 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now m Stock of my own Importation,
LOW SON ANO HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Carbolic Acid. ,
Pattev's enid Cream,
English Dalby's Carminative, British Oh, Roche's
Embrocation and uuiorodyne.
TILDEN A CO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS.
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
PIUS, AC. AGENT FOB
FORD'S SURG10AL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA FOB
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical Instruments and Goods of foreign man?
ufacture imported to c rder.
My Dispensing Department is complete, em?
bracing ail New Remedies.
A full assortment of Trusses and Bandages al?
ways on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night. Janluwfuily
QRATES 1 CRATES 1 CRATES I
I hereby give notice to all parties In want of
VEGETABLE CRATES that i am prepared to get
themo.t In large qua. titles, and al would do
well o c L and examine for themselves before
Orders respectUiily solicited and promptly filled.
Lumber ol all if ?> erip no. s ana Plastering La bs
constantly ou banu.
JOHN U MALLONf-'E,
Office and Yard, Horlueck's Wharf",
East sid'. Washington street,
febl Near Northeastern Railroad.,
. ?rocmt0, ^iffgors, Ut.
g E E D BI 0 E . i
00LD SEED RICE, of good quality, for sale by
SHAOKELFOKD A KELLY,
?ebl4 2 Southern Wbarf.
L S O N S
G AS ED
Having long Been the necessity of placing a
pure and nc adultera ted stimulant before the
public, for MEDICINAL PURPOSES, we have de?
termined to pack the following favorite brands of J
LIQUOR In cases, consisting of one bottle each
PINET, GASTILLON & OO.'S BRANDT,
PRIVATE STOCK PORT,
"PALE FAMILY" SHERRY,
"OLD Y%LYET? BOURBON,
LOCH KATRINE (SCOT.).WHISKEY,
Which we win sell at ten ($10) dollars per case.
To our friends we will say that we guarantee tfie I
pnrlty of the above, iney are endorsed by oar
leading Physicians, and are, without any doubt,
SRND OBDXB8 TO
BOX NO. 383, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
49* No Charge for Delivery, -es.
LINLEYS CHEAP STORE,
NO. 190 KINO STREET.
10 FIRKIN'S STRICTLY CHOICE ORANGE 1
Which will be sold at the low figure of
THIRTY-FIVE CENTS PER POUND,
THREE POUNDS FOR ONE DOLLAR.
?pERROT?PES EXTRAORDINARY I
Knowing the want long felt in this city for a
FIRST-CLASS FERROTYPE GALLERY, we have
elegantly flttel up, with new and costly appara?
tus, Ac, the Gallery known as the EAGLE GAL?
LERY, In Spear's building, King street, opposite
Hasel stree/, and, until further notice, will make
Pictures at the following prices, hitherto unheard
of m this city, viz:
FOUR FOR ONE DOLLAR.
EIGHT FOR ONE DOLLAR.
SIXTEEN FOR ONE DOLLAR. :
THIRTY IWO FOR ONE DOLLAR.
Finished In the best style in a few minutes at
SO UD ER'S FERROTYPE GALLERY,
NO. 266 KING STREET,
Over Spear's Jewelry Store, nest to
SOUDER'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY.
Don't forget the number,
Walton, JcrotirSf &t.
ALL, BLACK & CO.,
Nos. 606 and 667 BROADWAY, N. T.,
LARGEST IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND
AND ALL KINDS OF
At the Lowest Prices.
~ Q JJ m x I'S,
(SUCC88SOB TO E. N. RHODIE,)
LUMBER AND TIMBER DEALER,
WEST END BROAD STREET,
CHARLB8T0N, S. 0.
On hand, and receiving, a genera) assortment o
EOISTO RIYER LUMBER AND TIMBER,
YELLOW PINE LUMBER AND TIMBER,
CUT TO ORDER
AGENT FOB MILLS.
WE LIVE AND LEARN, DIE AND
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
NO. 359 KING STBKST,
Dyes and Cleans by means of steam, Gentle?
men^ Ladles aad Children's Clothes. Fine Laces
and Lace Curtains cleaned and done np with the
Soft or Manufacturers' Finish; Lace and Crape
Shawls and Kid Gloves C eaned and Dyed.
?y Goods received and returned by Express.
Jun2J-iyr ^ B.LLER, Propnetor.
? &tocmttf fifrgflti, Gt._
?gOLL. BUTTEE,. SWISS CHEESE, ^
R ECEIVE D PEE RECENT ARRIVALS:
1 barrel choice Fresh NORTHERN F?TTER la
io firkins Strictly Choice. Goshen Batter _._
10 i nbs Choice anti Medium quality Butter
l case superior Quality swiss Cheese
1 case Limburger..Cheese. Eidam Cheese, Sa ? Sa?
go Cheese, Imitation English Cheese. EuiiUsh
Dalry Cheese, Patent Cheese and Mild Factory
Cheese, For sal? by
N. M. PORTER, No.236 King street,
Jebli 1 . Third door above Martel street.
Q.OSHEN AND WESTERN BUTTER.
Landing and for sale by
febl3-3 _;_No. 208 East Bay,
J? ACON, FLOUR, SUGAR, COFFEE, ?C.
25 hhds. Prlme-O. R. SIDES
20 hhds. Prime Shoulders
loo boxes D.*8.-Clear Ribs, Long and Short
50 boxes E>. S. Shoulders
loo tierces Leaf Lard
200 bbl a. Flour .
50 baa. Sugar .
60 sacka Rio Coffee
100 firkins Choice Butter
60 boxes Factory Cheese.
For cale by JEFFORDS A CO.,
feb!2-6 _Nos. 17 and lg Vendue Hange.
Jg AC ON," FLOUR, ?c
Choice BACON C. R. AND SHOULDERS,
Choice Dry Salt Meats,
Barrel Pork, t Fish,
Axle Grease, Ac, Ac.
Choicest Brands WESTERN 3. C. HAMS, can*
vasaed. Also Breakfast Bacon constantly oa
We invite purchasers to examine our Stock.
MACQUEEN A REECKE,
Nos. 21 and 23 Vendue Range .
rot s lmotutbs2mos.
E E D BICE.
4000 bushels Gold 1 ORETI RTnv
1000 bushels White J SBB? W0B- ,
Prepared with great care and remarkably HM
Iron volunteer. For ?ale by
W. 0. BEE A CO., Adger's Wharf. .
Q OALl COAL! GOAL i
ico tons Best SYDNEY COAL, in lots to suit pur?
chasers, for sale cheap to close consignment.
Apply to HENRY CARD,
febs _Accommodation Wharf. .,
J^IVERPOOL SALT, ,
LIVERPOOL SALT, in fln? sacks and good or?
der; for sale in lots to snit purchasers.
_feb3_ RAVENEL A CO.
p RIME EASTERN HAY ?
For sale In lots to suit purchasers, per bark
Windermere, at Southern Wharf,
te bl JOHN H. HOLMES. A CO.
gALT! SALT! S'ALTP
ii so sacks Liverpool SALT, now landing iron.
Bark windermere, for sale cheap from wharf In
lott, to suit purchasers. : ?.;
Apply to HENRY GARD,
febB _Accommodation Wharf.
a" ORSFORD'S SELF-RAISING BREAD>.
GANTZ'S SEA FOAM.
For sale by W. H. WELCH. -
fcbio_ . . M
DAVIS'S DIAMOND HAMS, AT 16c KER
POUND. , :
Extra Sugar-cured PIG HAMS, (nnbagged,) at
ISo per pound.
Good Sugar-Cured Pig Hams, warranted, at
l2A?o per pound. ' ?'.
For sale by . . W. H. WELCH,
Corner Meeting and Market streets.
Goods Delivered Free of charge, i ? .
Jj-ORTH CAROLINA CORN WHISKEY.
at 412 pei Garton, a Specialty. Guaranteed Pure.
** . WELCH'S GROCERY.
Goods delivered free of charge, declP _
JQRIED FIGS, IN DRUMS AND BAS?
KETS, at Cost Price, at
_ WELCH'S GROCERY.
jg??GAR AND MOLASSES.
78 hhds. New Orleans SUGAR
48 hhds. Demerara Sugar .
. 146 bbiB. New OrleanB M?lasses.
In. store and for sale by O. F. WEITERS,,
Jan24 _No. 189 East Bay.
?i' UND U- RANGO I
The undersigned has Just re eel ved a supply or
the Great South American cancer Remedy, CUN
DCRANGO. H. BAER,,
JA.19 _No. 181 Meeting street.
C?cpartncT6t}ips ano ?tscointion?.
MT^EKLE I" IS THIS DAY AD- ,
ai MITTED a member, of our Firm, to data
from the 1st inst<nt, under the Firm name or
MCRDAGGU, MATTHE WE-t A CO.
feolS-a M?BDAUQH A MATTHEWS.
THE STATE OF SOUTH' CAROLINA,
CHARLESTON COUNTY.-certificate of Lim?
ited Partnership between THEODORE G. BOAG,
or tho City of Charleston, in the o nnty and
Stae aforesaid,.and ANDREW M. JACKSONS of
Augusta, In thu State of Georgia.- -
To all whom these Presea ta shall come they are
to certify that agreeably to the act of the Gene?
ral .assembly, of the State aforesaid, entitled An
Act to authorize the formation of Limited Part
nenihlpa, passed on the 20th day of December,
1837 ; and another, entitled An Aot to extend the
duration of An Act authorizing the formation of
Limited Partnerships, passed on the 18th dar. of
December. 1848; and another Act extending tho
same until repeal* d, passed on tbe20thday of
December, 1866, THEODORE G. BOAG, o? the
City of Charleston, in the County and State afore?
said, and ANDREW M. JACKSON, of Augusta, in
the state of Georgia, have formed a Limited Part?
nership, as follows:
First. The Partnership is to be conducted under
the name or firm of THEODORE G. BOAGv I
second.. The general nature of the business in?
tended to be transacted la that of a General Fao
toiage and Commission Bualneas, in the said City
Third. ANDREW M JACKSON, residing In the
city or Augusta, in the State of Georgia, la the
Special Partner, and THEODORIC G. BOAG, re
Biding tn the city Charleston and State aforesaid,
ls the General Partner. :
Fourth. The Bald ANDREW M. JACKSON, the
Special Partner, has contributed In cash the full
and jase sam or Five 'thousand. Dollars tc the
common stock. , -
Fifth. Tne said Partnership to commence on
the twenty-fourth day of January, 1872. and win
terminate OB the first day of January, 1878. ? i
In witness whereof the said Partners have
hereunto set their bands and seals, at Charleston,
this, the twenty-fourth day of January, A. D. 1872.
THEO. G. BOAG. II.8.1
A. M. JACKSON, [us.j
Signed, sealed and delivered la the presence ot
Bj S. DURYEA, E. M. WHITING _Jan25-3a
T~~HE : STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CHARLESTON-Court of Com?
mon Pleas.-C. I?. BUKCKUYEK, Afalanee,, WT G.
WH ILDES* A CO.. against S. N. STEVENS-Sum?
mons for Money Demand-[Complaint notierted. J
To S. N. STEVENS, defendant In thia act',Ofl:
TOD. are hereby summoned and n quired to an?
swer the complaint in this action, which bas beeb
Oled In the office of the Clerk of the Court of Com?
mon Pleas for the said County, and to serve a
copy of your answer on the subscribers at thelr
omoe. No. 21 Broad street, within twenty days
after the service of this summons ont you, exclu*
elvo of the day of service., .o . .,
, ir you fill to answer tn is complaint w thin the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff w?l take Judgment
against you for the sum of $129.27-100, wllh inter?
est at the rate of one per cent, per month, from
ist October, 1869-$7126, with interest at the rate
of one per cent, per month from 2lst October,
1869, and cos s.
Dated February 6,1872.
PRESSLEY, LORD A INGLESBT,
, Plaintiff's Attorneys.
To the Defendant, s. N. STEVENS : Take notice
that tue summons lu this action, of which the
foregoing ls a copy, was died lb the office of the
Clerk or the c< ort of Common Pleas or Charleston
Connty, on the ath dav of February A. D. 1812
PRESSLEY, LORD A INGLESBY,
feb7-wfl _ Plaintiff's Attorneys.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COL
' LETON COUNTY-By D. H. FARMER, Esq.,
whereas, E. CONNOR made suit to me to grant
h'm LettersDlsmlssory from the Estate and ef?
fects or W.O. GRIFPITH. These are therefore to
cltti and admonish all aud singular the kindred
anet creditors of the Bald W. G. GRIFFITH, de?
ceased, that they be and appear before me. lo the
Court of Probate, to be held in. Watten oro', on
MONDAY, the 12th day of February, .A. D. 1872,
after publication hereof, at ll o'clock in the fore?
noon, po show canse, ir any they have, why the
said Lofera should not be granted.
Given nn ?er my hand and seal, mts 15th day ot
January, A. D. 1872". D. H. PARMErt, ?
Jaul7-w5 Probate JudgaT