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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY .15, 1872.
SEWS OF THE HAY.
-Gold closed yesterday at 10?al0?.
;-In New York cotton closed quiet, with up?
lands at 22J cents; sale? 850 talee.
' -The Liverpool cotton market closed dull;
uplands llfall^d, Orleans lljd.
-Boston has a charity hospital for the cure
.-'.She was Yoong and Be was Old," is the
title of aa English n?vel ju?t issued.
-Old Point Comfort ls to be restored as the I
fashionable watering place o? Virginia.
-Trie notorious outlaw H.ldebrand has
been hung by lynch law in Pulaski County, I
Missouri. j jj
-London, with a population ol 3,251,000,
ha's ' 123,849 paupers, or about one pauper!
to every twenty-six of the inhabitants.
-The fact that over six hundred personal I
application's, mostiy by girls between fifteen
and twenty,' were made in ono afternoon late-1
ly at the .Grand, Oper^ Houfje, New York, to
fil? pUce's In the ballet of a new spectacular
piay, la noted as. an , evidence of a fearful
lack of employment , among the girls ol that I
-The iron sea forts now in course of con?
struction for the defence of the prominent
naval stations of Great Britain will, with the
foundations, cost Ave million dollars apiece. I
The-iron shell of ooe ol the. forts for Spithead, I
near Portsmouth, has'been shipped by roil for
that harbor from the works of the Whit worths,
in the iron i districts. This shell or skeleton
weighs twenty-four hundred tons, und is to be
fitted up with flfteen-lnch iron plates twenty
six feet In length. Each fort Is to be seven j,
hundred feet in circumference and two hun-1.
ired and thirty feet high. They are to be arm
ed with two tie ra. of guns, ono ll ev of twenly- j
four 600-pounders and the other ot .twenty-five I ]
400-pohnder8. - The guns, it la calculated, wi|U
pterce twelve-inch armored ships at two thou
sand yards distance.
-Th? resignadon of Colonel Forney, as col-1
lector bf customs, at Philadelphia, was hand
ed to President. Grant on Saturday last. The j
letter of resignation has in it no word In praise j i
or supperfOf-the administration or the aete of j (
the Executive. Colonel Forney Bays he will
devote his efforts to his newspaper "and to 11
?- the'energetic support ot the principles of the I
great Republican .party." He thanks General
Grant lor his kindness and consideration, but.]
he don't say a word about supporting him for
renomination. He reluctantly accepted,, the.j i
office of collector because he apprehended lt I
would -seriously interfere with, his business, I '
and especially with his Independence as a jour- j a
nails t. -After ten months' experience he ls en- J <
tir ely confirmed In this impn- s-lon, all of which I j
means that w.hiiEt be. held office, he was under
obligations lo'maintain the adm!Die:ration and 1
support Grant, - and that he has, In the mean- ,
time, been forced to do violence to his belter
Judgment, and that now he throws oh* the offi?
cial shackles, and is free to criticise Generali'
Grant as a candidate for re-election .to the
office of President It ls a well-known lace
that Forney ls not-'a believer in 'the great po- ?
Utica! sagacity of Grant, and-does not approve I'
Of his management of party affairs in some !
respecto, p.nd we- may in due time expect to
hear from Forney to that effect. I
-A letter .from Berlin, Prussia, states Chat I
a spirit of sp?culation ls taking pessis-ionof
the staidj>eqple of thal great capital of a mil- li
lion inhabitants somewhat Blmllar to that Jj
which affected .us toward the olose of our re
cent civil war. Most of the necessaries of I;
lifo have, within a lew months, advanced
there twenty-five to fifty per cent. Beal I
est?te, In speculative sections, bas gone up
ono hundred per cent, within a year. Private
manufacturing concerns are being turned Into fi
stock companies with generous capitals, andi:
at least air banks have recently been formed
for the transaction of brokerage and commis
sion business, in connection with deposit and
discount. In one instance, the writer is as
sured, where the capital of the bank ls two
million thalers, one prominent member of the
Bourse has been paid four i undred thousand lj
thalers Ipr.his business name, and the same
broker .employed to manage the concern at a Jj
salary of twenly thousand thalers and half the [j
profits. Forty per cent, of the capital has
been paid-up-probably no more will ever bel
paid-: and although scarcely in operation, the
stock of this bank ls being bought at an ad- ,
vance .of seventy-five per cent, above par. Iii
There ls no Inflation of the currency, but there fi
sire wondertully high hopes ot the future of
the capital of the German Empire. That lhere I
la. to be a large amount .of disappointment
and considerable financial disaster there can
hardly be a doubt. The result In thia country I
fell far short of prophecy, and so it will in
-A New York letter of Saturday says: The I
mose noteworthy sensation to-day was the
indictment of Mayor Hall conjointly with j
Tweed and Sweeney, In the Court of General j
Sessions,.of frauds against the city of one j
kind and another. After the Indictments
were read. Mayor Hall rose* and said: 'T ap- I
pear to respond to the action of this court. I
Twice before it .haye I been counsel fori
offlo als charged with official misdemeanor.
One was a Judge of this very tribunal. The I
other was a former mayor. They were each
absolved, aa I expect tobe. lam here toi
.fier ball. . I am here to waive all irregulars
ties committed by ihe grand jury, and I be-1
lleve them to have been many.' Nor do I de?
mur to the Indictment, nor move to quash it. [
I plead to the general Issue and ask that an I
early day be appointed for the trial. This isl
manifestly due to the public and to the ac-1
cused, who nas patiently awaited, through
much malice and persecution, his vindication. I
I ask the earliest day-possibly Mondiy week. I
Also, aa lt is announced that j our Honor
leaves the city to obtain relaxation from
arduous labore, and- I desire Immediate
trial, and SB the other Judge of this
court onght not, ?rom social restons, to net in
any case of mice, I suggest that any ene of
the ex-offlclo justices of this court, io whom I
such reasons cannot apply, be snbs*
have much' to -say, bot I reserv
remarks for the opportunity o? mee
and Jury." Jndge Bedford ordered
trial be set down peremptorily on
19th Instant, and fixed the bail at $20
Indictment. It is proper to say bert
Indictments do not charge the mi
fraud nor complicity with fraud, but
demeanor, In neglecting to properly
public accounts. HisBtralghlforwari
and especially bis demand lor an li
trial, appear to have created i
ble Impression with the general pi
whether he can make good his prol
of Innocence or not, we must walt
As the case of Hatt is to be brought I
once, without any quirk or quibble,
ponement, the public are disposed
grat?late tbemselves that of his eas
there will be a definite-disposition.
The Railroad meeting Tester
The adjonrned meeting of the st?
era of the Sooth Carolioa Bailroa
yesterday, passed off quietly; the ]
inga being marked by practical 1
sense as well as lively pat riot ?3
narrow views were entertained or ex
Toe evident desire was to do the bei
ble for the,safe-keeping and theil
ment of Sooth Carolina, os represei
oar main line of internal commun
without indulging in any petty jeali
neighboring cities and States. A lar
is open to the railroads of the South,
the seaports whose commerce.they G
There is ample room for all, and it ic
by far that powerful corporations
work, harmoniously together than tba
should, by rash competition, exhaust
treasury and become an easy prey
attacks of adversaries whom, in the i
of their vigor, they contd speedily
come. This is the spirit which pro
the resolution o tiered by Mr. Trenholn
unanimously adopted by the meeting.
Th apropos ed lease of the. road we
cussed by Mr. Lo?is D. DeSanssn
Colonel Lathers and by Mr. Tret
They held it to be a duty and a como
necessity to retain int Sooth Carolin
direction of oar chief railroad. Tbej
ready, os already remarked, tb unite
the railroad companies Cf Alabama
Georgia fer the parp?se of securing t
vannah and to Charleston the bus
which naturally belongs to those ports
they are not willing, and the people cn
bo willing, to lead even generous rivah
temptation by giving them the key tc
coffera--by miking; them the arbiters o
destiny, and holding out, to them the
mise of surpassing prosperity at the pri
our misfortune. . .
The representatives of the Ring mad
attempt to reverse the decisive vote of 1
day. They felt their weakness, and did
care to risk a second full. But they 1
not abandoned the contest. They are w
ing more actively than ever. All day
ter lay they and their agents were bu;
ap.South Carolina Railroad stock!, i
Mr. John H. James, "If you "mean to
patriotic and own your own railroad, ;
ion\ you buy the four hundred shares i
hawked about the streets;" which shares,
moy add, were snapped ap by Mr. John
James as soon as the meeting adjourn
And we are compelled to repeat He. Jam?
question: If the people are resolved, at
matter of interest and H matter of patri
ism, to retain the control of the Sooth Ca
lina Railroad, why do they allow the Ri
to add dally to the thousands of shares tl
already possess ?
. The fight is only began. Unless the pi
pie take measures for absorbing imm?diat
a large part of the stock of the compai
the Ring will have a controlling'inter
within ninety days, and before Christin
will baye the Soatb Carolina Railroad
completely nnder their thumb as though
were a street railway in Savannah, or i
opera-house In the city of Which Mr. Jot
H. James is Mayor.
-We print elsewhere the result or tl
election held at the meeting. The. board
directors were re-elected by an almo
un an i mons vote, General James Con DC
taking the place of the Hon. Charles A
Forman, who declined a re-election.
The Tax on Type.
The American Newspaper Reporter take
ap the question of the tariff on printie,
type; and shows the exorbitant tax levie
upon the printing offices for the benefit c
the American type founders. Ia the follow
iog table is given the price of type in Tor
onto and in New York :
tiize Toronto. Aew Tork
Nonpareil, per pound.62c 76c
Minion, per pound.50c 68c
Brevier, per pound.44c 64c
Bourgeois, per pound.40c 60c
Long Pt lmer, per pound... 36c 56c
Small Pica, per pound.34c 54c
According to this table, the American
printers pay for their body type an averagt
of 63 cents a pound, while the Canadiac
printers pay an average of 44 cents a pound.
The diff?rence in price is fifty per cent.
The tariff on printing type produces only
a nominal revenue. It is prohibitory, aud
serves no other parp?se than to increase
the expenses of the most important manu?
facturing Interest in the coun try. The Re?
porter shows that the annual production of
printing in the United States is $75,000,000,
employing, over thirty thousand skilled me?
chanics, while the annual production of
type foanding is $1,500,000, employing
about twelve hundred mechanics. If we
add to the production of printers the adver?
tising income of the newspapers, ibe pro?
duction will amount to over $100,000,000
Three typa founders dictate the price
which American primers shall pay for their
materials. Thirty thousand mechanics are
taxed for the benefit of this Junta. The
whole newspaper press of ihe country is
fleeced in order that the few mon?plists
may grow rich.
Mr. Yoorbees, of Indiana, has introduced
a bill to place printing type and material on
the free list, and every journalist in the land
should second his efforts. The press make
and unmake reputations; they nominate and
elect Congressmen. Where would the mem?
bers of the present Congress be if their
party newspapers bad opposed instead of
supportiog them ? We shall see whether
the press, so potent in advancing the in?
terests of others, cannot do something for
themselves. If we work one-half as bard
to induce Congress to repeal the tariff on
type as we do to elect ungrateful politicians
to fat places, the bill of Mr. Voorhees will
pass through both bouses without a halt.
The Congressmen from South Carolina J
were not elected by THE NEWS, but, for the
sake of their own organs, present and pro?
spective, they should become zealous advo?
cates of admitting type free of duty. When
type costs 44 cents a pound instead of 63,
it will be easier to establish Radical sheets
for the enlightenment of benighted South
Carolina, They can be started upon a small?
er subscription, and, when they begin to run
fast, will require less public pap and less
private pecuniary assistance.
If Congressmen Wallace, Bainey, Elliott ]
I and Bowen, and Senators Sawyer and
' Robertson desire a re-election, or if they
only desire to do justice to their constituents,
they will immediately take ap the case of
type, and give the House and Senate no rest
until they remove, that tax upon brains and
education known as the tariff on printing
y ** " *
IV tl Ht the South Rr quires.
The effeotB of reconstruction are very plain?
ly Bhown in Louisiana, the value of colton
lands haviog very greatly declined from that
pf three or four years ago. It ls stated that
this'result bas not been produced by the
change in the system bf labor, or by any
diminution In the price of cotton, which ls
higher than lt was. before the war.. .The
plant.-) have used every effort to recover
themselves, but the value ot land has steadily
de ter ?orated, not withstanding that a larger out?
lay has been made in the Improvement and |
repair of plantations and buildings. The cause
of this gloomy state of things appears to be
the Impoverishment resulting from exorbi?
tant taxation, which has reached a sum very
nearly equal to one-third of the total exporta:
tlon of Southern products. Of course such
an Impost bears with especial severity
upon agriculture, which is, and always, has
been, the mam-stay of the Soulb. It ts useless
to expect any change lor the better until the
Southern people, without let or hindrance
from the general government, apply them?
selves properly to the establishment of their
political affairs upon a healthful, social and
economic basis. That ls the first thing to be
attended to. After that will naturally come
retrenchment, reduced taxailoh and suitable
efforts lor the development of production;.
The natural resources of the South are im?
mense, and we .cannot doubt tbattbe South?
ern States, after all their woes, will sooner or.
later enjoy an era bf uninterrupted prosperi?
ty. But before that period arrives,' (here
must be firmly established such a reign of
law and order, and, economic principles ol
government as will invite the employment of
captlal and assure public confidence as to Its
security. Without good government there
cannot be public confidence; and without pub?
lic conihk-nce there cannot 06 any Valuable
permanent developments productiveness.
FERNANDO DE LEMOS: TRUTH AND FICTION.
A Novel. By Cnarles Gayarr?. New York:
G. W. Carleton & Co. Charleston : Holm cs's
These sketches ol'lffe In the Southern and
Western States, and in Europe, are piquant j
and startling enough to satisfy a veteran novel
reader. The story, a mere thread, ls well
told, and the frequent change of scene, and
the mingling bf fad and fiction, of sociology
and metaphysics, of. the Carlist rebellionand'
the Conlederale war, of spiritualism and buc?
caneering, make the book very Interesting.
Nor will the keen edge el curiosity ba blunted
by the knowledge that in Fernando Be Lomos
are narrated many of the events of the
At no distant day Mr. Gayarr? promises to
publish a sequel entitled Aubert Dubayer.
Pp.486. Clotb. Price $2.
ROUND,THE WORLD.' INCLUDING A RESIDENCE
IN VICTORIA AND A JOURNEY BT KAIL ACROSS
NORTH AMERICA. By a Boy. Edited by
Samuel Smites. Author of Self Help, Ac.
: Wich Illustrations. New York: Harper A
Brothers. 1872. Charleston: HoimeB's
Mr. Smiies's youngest son has made a brave
j beginnlog in the world of letters. The vol- j
urns' before us ls exactly what lt professes to
be-a boy's narrative of his voyage to Aus?
tralia, his lifo In the gold-miulog districts,
his voyage to San Francisco, and the long rail-1
way Journey acrof 8 ihe North American Con?
tinent. It ls thoroughly genial and fresh, un-1
affected in style, and lull of valuable Informa?
tion which does not, however, inveigle the
reader imo the dreary domain of statistics.
We can cordially recommend Bound the
World to all boys, whether old or young.
The illustrations and maps are decidedly
Pp. 289. Cloth. Price $1 50.
HEART-HCNORT. A Novel. By Marla Jourdan
Westmoreland. New York: G. W.'Carlton j
A Co. Charleston: Holmes"s Book House.
As long as publishers can be found for them,
we suppose that novels of the Heart-Hungry
school will continue to be written and read.
In truth, lt does not belie its title; and ls pre?
cisely what a novel with such a name has a
right to bc-false lu sentiment, and tawdry |
aud slovenly la style. A sweet Southern girl
jills a mau who loves her, marries a man
whom she does not love, becomes enamored
ol the editor of a Savanuah newspaper, re?
mains physically pure while morally corrupt,
and, atlast, levants to New York to solace
her reckless Journalist, who has pluRged a
dagger Into ihe heart of his foe, and who, to
save himsell from the noose, commits suicide
in prison. The dying plaint of the literary
lover convinces the patient husband that he
has nothing to forgive. There Is a hearty re?
conciliation and tue penitent wife expires
soon allerward In the odor ol sanctity. The
moral of all this is, thal there ls no harm done
ll you don't go too lur-a devilish doctrine,
which spreads rapidly enough without the
help of a Southern novel.
Pp. 332. Cloth. Price $2.
TRIAL J CST ICE,
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NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By J. L. L?NSF0RD,
fe.rj smith Street, north of Wentworth.
p ERMANIA LODGE No. 5, K. OF P.
VT There wlU be a Bgalar Meeting Tais
(thursday) EVBNINQ, at baf-paat To'clock. Mem
be B are requested to be pnctu&l, as there 18 im
pori au t business to be trauacted.
By order of the W. C.
Iebl6_ jj?. MEERBOLZ. R. S.
UNION KILWINNIN( LODGE, No. 4, A.
K. M.-The Regular dont hiv Com m aa lc a
t on of thia Lodge will beaeld THIS (Thursday)
EVENING, 15th instant, at lalf-past 7 o'clock, at
hoimes'a Hall, corner of Hog and Wentworth
streets. Candidates for t.e F. C. Degree will
please be punctual. ;
By order or the W. M.
ftbja _W. QB-GIBBS, Sfcrttary.
/"CHARLESTON DRAMATIC CLUB.
\J The Regular Monthly Meeting of the above
will bc held THIS (Thursdf ) EVENING, ut hair
past 7 o'olook. Memberare requested to come
prepared to pay Arrears.
F. C. McCANTS, "
febl5-* Secrea'y and Treasurer.
EELIEF LOAN .SSOCIATION.-A
Special Meeting of th Stockholders or this
Association will be held OUTHUJISDAY, 16ih in?
stant, at half-past 7 P, ii at the Hall of the
Charleston Hook an 1 Lader Company; No. a,
Wencworthsireet, ueir Rig Btreet, for the par
pose of accepting the Act o the Legislaturo re
vlvlug the Charter of the Btoclatiou; receiving
the Report of the Tru=>teeB;elecilng a Board of
Director*, and the trannocttg of such other busl
ness as may come before lt.
WW B. STEEDMAN,
FRANKLIN LODGE, ?o. 96, A. F. M -
Owing to the Annual Ommunicatlon of the
Grand Chapter of R. A. M, 1 the Masonic Eal).
Holtnes's Lyceum. Wentworh Bireet, the Regular
Com m anica lon of Franklin Lodge. No. 98, A, F.
M, win be postpoaed nnIIISATURDAY, the l;tu
instant, at 7 o'clock P. M
By order or the W. M. t)HN WINGATE,
WANTED, A F1RST0LASS BARBER
at Pavilion Hotel Baber Shop. A. WITT.
WANTED, A W0M4? TO COOK AND
Wash. Mu-t be wihout encumbrances
and well recommended. Aply at No. 64 King
street, one door below Broa._febl6
WANTED, $5000 WGtTH OFSECOND
hand Fa rn li ure. la tige bramall quanti?
ties. Toe highe t market vine will be paid. Ad?
dress p. u. Box Ko. in, Cheleston, a. c.
WANTED, AT No. LADSON COURT,
a Washer and Qambermald. Also a
Mau Servant._feb!4 2?
17IVE HUNDRED DELLARS OFFERED,
; free of lntereat, fa a Situation by an ex?
perienced young mao. alary reaonable. Ad
drem "Bnslnesa," Office IAILY NMWS. febl4-2?
"\XrANTED TO CNOW WHAT B.
YT WHITE Intends 0 dc? with all the FUR?
NITURE tie li pl,lng up louis Store, No. 83 Hasel
street. Answer.-oothereand see lt leaving for
all parts of the State, collusion.-He moat sell
cheap. ' febl4-3
WANTED, ONE HJNDRED MINERS,
at the works of he Charleston M nlng
and Manufacturing Compny, at Ten-Mile Hill,
toutb carolina Railroad. From $1 60 to fl per
day can be made. feblo-12*
WAFTED, TO PURCHASE FOROASH,
a small House in he oentral or western
part or the city. Add resrQ," at this office, stat?
ing location, terms, Ac_feb8
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest aud best warranted
Sewing Machine In the market ls the HOME SUUT
TL,'o, price fJ6 and ia:, 4?n be st en at the Gene?
ral Agency. No. Ol Hasel croat, oppo.-lte Express
Office. T. L BI--SELL._JanU-Omo
WANTED. EVERYONE TO KNOW
that FLETCHER A GU RN EY, at the Little
[ Store around the Corner, No.1 98 Market street;
have constantly on.haod i spienou assortment
of r?ew York and Domenic POULTRY, GAME
AND EGGS. Also a Ant lot of hogar Cured
Hams, Prime. Gothen aol Family and Conni ry
Baiter, Beef and Pork sausages, Cheese, should?
ers, Slde^, Dips, cellety, Eggs aud Lard. GAME
a specialty. Their motto: The Best and Cheap*
eal. Remember-the LittleStore round the Corner.
, Jah23 ?
iritlQ'TK A MONTH, EXPENSES PA|D,
HPO.f O .Male or KemAle Asenta.-Uor,.e and
iouiui-luruished to sell our UNIVERSAL CEMENT,
jCumtiinatlon Tunnel, Borton Hole cotter .and
ol her articled. Circulars .ree. Address Novelty
company. Saco. Me._hovM-T8
Cost ano ifomio.
large Gold SEAL KING; stoue placed by
rvu wax, wlt?'W. ti. J. scratched on tae inside.
A liberal reward will be paid if left at No. 70 East
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD.-STRAYED
or B olen fi om No. too Tradd street, a
scotch Terrier Fop; yellowish brawn and about
seven muntna olU. . Answers to the n mo of
Peat. Apply at this o ul ce._ieb!3
rent, TWO CO ITUN PLACES in Christ
'Ouurch Parish, about ten miles from Moont
I'leasaat. Laborers on both, place*. Apply to
JAMEO MCCABE, state Cotton Press, corner East
tay street aidTincboey street. febl5-ih>ta3
FOR SALE, A LOT OF FINE KEN?
TUCKY MULES, at low prloes. Cao bu seen
at M. HOGAN A CO.'? Maules, northwest comer
King aud Spring i-treets. feol6-6*
FOR SALE, SIXTY HEAD KENTUCKY
Broke MULES, for Timber and Plan tallou
u3e, cheap for cash or city acceptance. P. WEST.
febu-4? i . _.... ?_
MULES AT KENT?OKY MULE LOT,
KING STREET.-Well broke Plantation
ana Timber-cart Males; low, for cash or city ac?
ceptance. K.OAKMAN._ feblu-6*
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS tn large (wamali quantities
Price60CENTS. PER HUNDRED. Apply-at the
office of THE NEWS. mavis
ij RENT7A^ROOM"S1JIT?1MCE FOR A
school or a BD all family. Ap pl.-at Na 110
Calhoun strrer, north side, nt ar Sc. Phillp street.
rebl5-a?? . _., . .
HIBERNIAN HALL .-THE ABOVE
well-known Hall will be rented for Theatr?
ical perfora;anees, Concerts, Lectores md other
amusements at much reduced rates. Parties
'dsilrlng the Hall will be accommodated by ap
plying to JOHN BURNS, Hallkceper. febl-h9
JpOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW CATALOGUE No. 22.
Longfellow-Tho Divine Tragedy, $1 so, Ten?
nyson-The Last Tournament, illustrated, $1 26.
Legends and Lyrics, by Paul H. Hay ne, $1 ?0
What ls RellwloLf A protest against the "spirit
of the Age," a Plea for toe Reality or ihe spiritual,
; by Rev. K. W. Me ra IU m per, $160.
I A cubical Manual of the Diseases or the Ear, by
Lawrence Turnbull, M. D.. illustrated. $6.
! Fronde's History of England, Irom the Fall or
Wolsey to the Death dr Elizabeth, 12 vols., $15.
Fronde's Snort Studlea ou Great Subjects, first
ai d second series, E o gi is a edition $2 50 each,
cheap-, r edition at $125.
Moiutnseu's Home-The History or Rome, .by
TneoaoroMoinmseo. translated with the author's
sanoiiun anaaadltions, by Wm. R. Dicksoo, D. D.,
4 vols., $8.
Fairbaoka's History of Florida from Its discov?
ery by Ponce de Leon to the close of the Florida
war, $2 50. . ' .
My Winter lu Cut a, by W. M Jay, author of
"Shiloh," $1 50.
"Dickens-The GlDbo Edition ol the Works of
DlckenB, printed lu large type on Une paper, con
talaiuu all the illustrations, of Darley and Gilbert,
complete in 15 vols., bound In green crape cloth..
This i dttlon contains an index to the characters
of Dickens. $22.
i Tue Diamond Dicken?, In 14 vols,, with over 200
Feuuiraore cooper's complete Worfcp, Hoase
I hold Edition, 82 vols., $40; each vol?me soin aep
; ara eiy at $126.
Waverly Novels, new Globe Edition, 23 vols.,
?$2. . ?
Waverly Novels, Centennial Edition, Including
Tales of a Giaudfatlier, 27 vow., a ve:y elegaut
edition; $4J; ? .
I Bubbles and Ballast, being a description of Life
I in Pails During the brilliant days of Empire, a
' Tour through Belgium aod Holland, and a so
! Journ lu London, by a Lady, $2.
Memoir of Ulric Dablgreo, by his father, Rear
Admiral Dahlerau, si 75.
The People's Practical Poultry Book, a work on
j the Breeds, Breeding, ?.earing aud General Man?
agement of Poultry, by Wm. Lewis, over loo
illustrai lone, third edition, $150.
eua-sities or Ornithology, with beautiful sc?
ored illustrations, by T. W Wood, ll 50.
The Natural History of Caged birds, their Man
sgem?iit. Habits, Food, Diseases, Treatment,
Bleeding, Ac,?c., by j. M. Bechslein, M, I)., $1 75.
?- Persons residing in che coiuury wm pican.
Dear In mind that by ?ending their orders to ni
fur auy books publianed in America, they will be
charged only the price of the book. We pay io?
fhe postage or express.
FOUAItTIE'S BOOK DEFOSITOBT.
No. sao King street, tm thc??nd.j Chancsion, S. u
/ & mnaemen?a t
^ OAP EM Y O F. MTJ S I C.
TWO NIGHTS AND ONE MATINEE.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17 AND 18.
The Great illusionist and Ventriloquist.
NEW FEATS AND FEATURES.
Increased liberality IQ the distribution of Gifts.
One Hundred anil Fifty Presents to be given
away each night.
NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR RESERVED SEATS.
?-MATINEE, SATURDAY, commences at 2
tar Admission to all parts or the Academy:
Children, 26 cents; Adults, so cents.
aa-F.very child attending will receiveaTrescnt.
S9-30X Sheet now open. febli-3
^CADEM? OP MUSIC.
First Appearance in this city of the Undisputed
and Regal Queen of English Tragedy,
J AN AUSCHEK,
Supported by her New and Most Brilliant
NEW YORK STAR COMPANY.
MONDAY, February 19.Mary Stuart.
TUESDAY, February 20......Deborah.
WEDNESDAY, February 21.Ohesney Wold,
(An Adaptation of Chas. Dickens's Bleak House.)
THURSDAY, Febranry 22.Macbeth.
Admta-ion $1; Reserved Seats 60c extra; Fami?
ly Circle fiOc: Gallery 26c.
The Sale of Reserved i eats wl'l commence Tms
MORNING, lfith instant,.at the Academy of Moule.
The city Railway cara will be In walting at the
olose of the performance. febl2-6
Q.RAND MASQUERADE BALL
GERMAN RIFLE CLUB,
FEBRUARY 29, 1872,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Tickets of Admission may be obtained from the
following committee: "
F. Ansel, H. W. Mollenhauer, F. Kellner, D.
Goetgen, F. Heinz, W. Fischer, D. Nordmeyer,
Theo. Melchers and R. Issertel; also from Mr. F.
Von Santen, King, nf ar Market streets.
CHARLESTON DAILY REPUBLICAN.
We propose to Issue on MONDAY next the flrst
number or au Afternoon Paper in the City or I
char eaton. This Journal will tea revival of the
Charleston Daily Republican, nnder better
auspices, we hope, and on a surer basis.' We are
glad to announce, aa aa earnest of success, that
the enterprise has met with the most cordial as?
surances of support from Democrats as well as1
The principles of i his paper will be thoroughly
Republican, and we win strive to sonare its
course with the doctrines of that grrat party
which saved the nation In its honr of peril, made
lt honorable at home and respected abroad, which
has enlarged the limits of civil liberty within our ')
own borders, and furnished Lew idea? on the'
subject to the world.
We shall strive to illustrate that liberality or
sentiment, which believes that men may disagree
with regard to. pnbllc 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 tliat'they are honestly entertained:
We believe, and will maintain, that the present
State Administration has contributed largely to I
the Improvement of all our people-especially of
the bumbler classes, both white and colored, to |
Whom lt has, by wlaeaod wholesome legislation,
aflorUed an equal wmnco In the race of Ute, and
sure and Just protection in all their rights and
While we will not attempt to deprecate the ex?
alted qualities or that class which, up to the late
revolution, ruled the state-qualities, indeed, of |
which we are Justly proud-yet we cannot con-,
sent to Kacrlflcii the welfare of the mass of the'
people to any individual developmen*, however
I wriendld and pre-eminent. . We will contend that
'the civilization of this state, up to the rise on he
Republican party within ita borders; was narrow,
excludive ant sei tish; and that lt tended, in equal
degrees, to the elevation of a few and to the de-1
presshiQ of the many. We hall at preient with ?
I Joy, and will strive to foster it in the future, the
rise of the lower classes of the State, both white
.and colored, from th-lr long humility n der evil
institutions to foll citizenship and comp ete man?
hood. We rejoice In the abolition of slavery as
i removing a moral stigma from our national char?
acter, and lifting an incubus (rom our Industrial
; We will spare neither labor nor expense to
make the Dally Republican a lively and instruc?
tive saeet, and we will strive to adapt lt to the
tastes and necessities Of all our people.
The Weekly Republican will be issued every Sat*. |
nrday, and will c >ntain, in a-t dillon to the news
.of the week ana full editorial matter, an abund?
ance of well selected light reading, which will
'make ltan aceeptible companion In every house?
hold lu the Biate.
Ia conclusion, we call upon all liberal, moderate
'and (min h tened men, and especially upon all true
Republicana, toland us a prompt and fall sup?
SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL.
One year.$7 00 I
Six months.i oo
I Three months.2 00
By carriers in the city 15 cents per week.
.Six months. 1 25
Business Notices 25 cents per line.
Special Notices 16 cents per line.
General Advertising $1 per Square (one Inch.)
Special Inducements to those ?lshing to Adver-1
.Use by contract.
Address, DAILY REPUBLICAN,
P. O. Box No. 407, Charleston, s. C.
49- Office corner Meeting and Market streets,
up stall s, (at the old stand.)_feb!3-5
j^ERROTYPES EXTRAORDINARY 1
Knowing the want long felt In this city for a
FIRST CLASS FERROTYPE GALLERY, we have
elegantly fi tte t 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 In this city, viz:
FOUR FOR ONE DOLLAR.
EIGHT FOR ONE DOLLAR.
SIXTEEN FOR ONE DOLLAR.
THIRTY ! WO FOR ONE DOLLAR.
FinlBhed in the best style In a few mlnntes at
SOUDER'S FERROTYPE GALLERY,
No. 206 KING STREET,
Over Spear's Jewelry Store, next to
SOUDER'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY.
Don't forget the number,
ALL, BLACK & CO
NOS. 606 and 667 BROADWAY, N. T.,
LARGEST IMPORTERS. M ANUFAOTUBEBS AND
AND ALL KINDS 07
At the Lowest Prices.
gTRLPS I STRIPS! STRIPS !
>JS bbla. Choice s. 0. SmaU STRIPS, Jost recelv
ed'aud for Bale low by
g E E D RICE.
r;oLD SEED RICB, ol good quality, for sale by
SHACK E L Fu KD ? KELLY,
feb!4 2 . Southern wharf.
ERY PRIME SEED RICE.
MOO bushels very Prime SEED RIOE, very.pure,
and free of red. Apply to
J. B. PRINGLE A SON,
jan2T-fltnth No. 0 Adger's North Wharf.
LESLEY'S CHEAP STORE,
NO. 190 KING STREET.
10 FIBRINS STRICTLY CHOICE ORANGE
Which will be sold at the ?ow figure of
THIBTY-FIYE CENTS PEE POUND,
THREE POUNDS FOR ONE DOLLAB,
L S O N S
Having long seen the necessity of placing a
pure and nc ad ai ter a ted stimulant before the
public, for MEDICINAL PURPOSES, we have de?
termined to pack the following favorite brande of
LIQUOR in cases, consisting of one bottle each'
*OjT .;. . . ,..;-;J. ..
PIN ET, CASTILLO* A CO.'S BRANDY,
li . . . ' ;. .. ,. " '.
PRIVATE STOCK PORT,
" PALE FAMILY ? SHERRY,
" OLD YELVET ? BOURBON,
LOCH KATRINE (SCOT.) WHISKEY,
Which we will Bell at ten ($10) dollars per case.
To our friends we will say that we guarantee the
purity of the above. They are endorsed by oar
leading Physicians, and are, without any doubt,.
BIND OaOIBS TO
BOX NO. 883, CHARLESTON, S. C.
MW No Charge for Delivery, -g?
gONDS, COUPONS, ?c.
; GOVERNMENT, STATE, CITY AND RAILROAD
j BONDS AND-GOUPONS...
Unourrent Bank Notes
j Gold and silver
; Dealt regularly tn.
COLLECTIONS OF DIVIDENDS, COUPONS AND
COMMERCIAL PAPER-Sigh; and Time-upon,
ail pointa in the United States, made upon the
most favorable terms, and proceeds promptly ac?
: mw AW business attended to with fidelity and
A. 0. KAUFMAN,
dec5-tnths No. 26 Broad street.
REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND BOND BROKER
AUCTIONEER, No. 24 BROAD STREET.
Special attention given to the Sale and Pur?
chase of REAL ESTATE, Stocks, Bonds and all
kind of Securities, at Private sale or Auction.
Loans negotiated , and advances made on Se?
curities placed In my hands for sale.
mHE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
X TRUST COMPANY.
CHARLESTON', January 20,1872.
The attention of Depositors In the Savings De-'
part ment or this Company ls particularly Invited
to the great safety accompanying 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 Securities.
In addition to this careful investment. Deposi?
tors have, as a iarther security, the Capital of the
Company, which ls liable for their Deposita and
the interest thereon. ...'>.
Interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum,
either paid In cash QUARTERLY, or passed, to
credit and compounded. F. A. MITCHELL,
P. CURTI S,
(SUC0K83OR TO E. N. BRO DIB,)
LUMBER AND TIMBER DEALEB,
WEST END BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
On hand, and receiving, a general assortment ot
EDISTO RIVER LUMBER AND TIMBER,:
IM BASTS. .
YELLOW PINE LUMBER AND TIMBER,
CUT TO ORDER.
AGENT FOR MILLS.
PRIME HAM8,< SIDES AND SHOUL?
IS tlerc :B Old, Reliable S. 0. TUMS
20 h ti ds. Prime o. R. sides and Shoulders
60 boxes Prime D. s, c. R, Sides and Sboolden
10 tierces Extra Wasbmgtrm^.^TlanTi;'
joBt received and for sale by
feb!3-tntb2 LAUREY, ALEXANDER A CO.
Q.OSHEN AND; WESTERN BUOTER+ .
Landing and for sale by
ftbljg . . . So. 2QgEast'BBy..
I ED BICE.
4(KW bushels Gold V SEED RIO E
WOO bushels White j M^KUUS.
Prepared with great care and remarkably free*
from volunteer, portale, by* _ ' .
?-'*. - W. C. BEE"* CO., Ad ger'B Whare
febl-tvim* : . -.'. c r- . ?. ,<?
QOALl C 0_A L 1 0 0 ? Ti't
loo tens Best SVDJSBY-.OOAL, in lotato ault pur?
chasers, for aale cheap to dose consignment,,
Apply to * I?BNBYTSSD; -'
feb? 1 . ' Aooonimoaatton Wharf.
LIVERPOOLSALT, in fine sacks and good or?
der, for sale In lots to snit pure hase rs.
feb3 . : - ' BAyTSNEL A PO.
pRIME EASTERN H AY.
For cale in lois tb snit purchasers, per bark
Windermere, at Southern Wharf, ft: lo
febl_JOHN H. HOLMES A CQ. *
QALT1 SALTI SALTI '
i860 n'acks Liverpool SALT, now landing from
Bark windermere, for'sale cheap from wharf lil
lota to snit purchasers. . ?.
Apply to . HENRY GARD; \
feb? . Accommodation wharf.
g?G AR AND .MOLASSES. .
T8 :bhds. New Orleans SUGAR
il hhds. Demerara Sugar .
14f. bt?B. New Orleans Molasses.__
In s ore and lor sale by o. F. WETTERS,
jang-l_ Nftl^a East Bar.
HORSFORD'S SELF-RAISING BREAD
..... PREPARATION. ?<; : >
GANTZ'S "SEA FOAM.<>: '
For sale by w. H. WELCH.
.febio.;." . "... ,."...,", ..".,. '
J^AYIS'S DIAMOND HAMS, AT 16eFEa
Extra Sugar-Cu red PIG* HAMS,' (cn bagged J at
leo per pound;. ,?* nu
Good Sugar-Cu red Pig .Hams, warranted,, at
uX^phr pound; ' "L. ,
Forsaleby- "> ?? .'. .W.-H.-WEUnk?'-'''1
Qo?as Delivered Free pf charge. " ? ... " ,
J^ORTH CAROLINA CORN WHISKEY.
at'$2'per Gallon, a Specialty. Guaranteed Pure,''
!Sit . ? ".?.T?' ! WELCH'S GROCKRY.
. Gooda delivered free of charge.'" "deol?o:
JJ??ED PIGS, T IN. DRUMS AH?) B^J
.. RETS, at Coat Price, st ^.tjeifJ
j. .;. . *W^Bn?,OB0CEBY,,,,r
BACON, FLOUR, SUGAR, COFFEE, *C
i J? :? . J '? UH '.' :<. .* id ..' 'llUU
. 25 hhds. Primee. R, S LD SS .-?07 1? ?
20 hhda. Prime Shoulders .. ., ,. ,...m
loo boxes D. s. Clear nbs, Long and 'Short.
. Clears ' ;: : jan U
60 boxes B. S. Shoulders ...
: loo tierces Leaf'Lard -
200:bbla Fienri-.'i'! I.
60 bbje-Sugar, . . . , , . 0.
50 s? cia Rio Cb nee
loo flrttas Choice Rutter
50.boxes Factory.Cheese. ; -, ,? .. . un ->
Fbi sale' bf?EPFORDS ,4 00..
ISBNM j COBLA ''' St CO., :" I : 0
. NO. SS VENDUE BANGB, ?j |P
? .' i ' . " ?> l : :. ?L'I? . :?? 'JIU!
Havern store, and offer for sale, at lowest Ksr-:
60 SW CHOICE 0UB?UDU ' 5rfJ
' 26 hhds. Choice Shoulders . . ,
! 40 'bcxes Choice D. s. Shoulders and ?, R, 8lles
, 26 tierces s!JC. Hams-Choice Brina's-- ? *r?8
:ioo tu rr?is Choice S. H. Syrup and MU?COT adc-'
! Molasses ?"? ? "? '^'"T:iii
i 86 hhds. Demerara Sacara ???
T60 .tcxes Alamantlne Candles . mi o
? 60. bags Java, Lag a ny ra and Rio CoffAes , . ....?.,
Soap, Starch, Lard, Ac, Ac . JeblO-g'.ntha ?
AG O N, FLOUR, Ac.
j Choice BACON C. R. AND SHOULDERS,
j. Choice DryBait Meats, JO
?Flour, a ... Lard, !. . .
j . Sngar, Cheese, - ?
Bttttex, , ' ' . Salt,
Barrel Pork, Flan, .
Axle Grease, Ac, Ac . .
Choicest Brands WESTERN S. C. HAMS, can?
vassed. Also. Breakfast Bacon constantly or*
'hand. ..' . . V . ?, -? ?11 ,'r
' -We invite purchasers to examine our S to ct.
MACQUEEN ? RI ECKE, ,.
? . Koa. 21 and 23 Vendue Range
' feb8 lrnotnthsamos .. - , -
AND F LAST ER.
HM barrels- warranted' Pure Nova Scotia LAND
PLAOTKR. -For sale by
HERMANN BUL WINKLE, Kerr's Whaz&V'
janii: . . ? .."? ;
gp LU B L E PAC ? FI 0 GUA Hf ff, (
SEA ISLAND COTTON.
THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY PER CENT. '??*
Modi's ?coBNBB, ?. 0., >?r...
GIPPY PLANTATION, January L187?. j rn
'Dair Slr-I bought on? ton of PAC1FIJ QDANO
last Spripg, whloh was. applied pa, ten.acrAB,of:
Long1 Cotton; th? result was thirty-five, ponum
mere bf Lint cotton UJ the acre' ih?a was ?.rrtaln*.
ed from the same field onmanured. Thecotwri
has been sold for "0 cento per pound. J ?
BespectfoUy, Ac, A. D. BABE;
Apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 68 East Bay and l and 2 Atlantic Wharf,
C?OTiartncrsrjips ano iDiasolnli?m*.
"^InT'wEE^L^T IS THIS DAY~AD^
fj ? MITTED a member, of eur p.rm, to dai*
lrom the 1st Instant, under the Firm najjrie.pt
MURDAUGH,' MATTUEWE*? A CO. " .,,
KftlS^d MURDAUGH A MATTHEW^. .r(
THE FIRM OF W. P. DOWLING'& GO.
. having dissolved, I will sute for.the lntorV
matlon o? my friends add the public,, that I hare
continued, without IOBS ol time, the Factorage
and conunlsslon BoBineas. Shippers of oouon ln-;
tended for me will not? the distinction.... , , ^,
W, PREliToN DOWUNG,' ;
Factor and commission Merchant, .
? ' Established in C ha ri es t o n ?896.
]at.l6*-mwfl6DAO " -? . ''K
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA??
i VM ARLESTON COUNTY.-Certificate ofTani-;
Sta 0 aforesaid, and ANDREW M. JACKSON, of?
AugnJrt?, U) the staW oi G?orgia..,. ? ' t?l?, .??
To all whom tfiese'Present?i am wroeihey^aw
to certify that agreeably io'the act *Jgti&*m
ral Assembly, ol the 8tate aforesaid, entitled AV
Act to authoriee the'formation of Limited- Patrt
nerthlps, passed on the 20th day' of December;
1837 saud another, entitled An Act to extend the
duration of An Aot amborUtng the fprniAtlwtpJ
Limited pajtnjershlpa, passe* on the 18th day Ol
December. 1846; and another, falf*JTito*m
same unta repeatd, j>sj?ed on thd 20th as?r ttl
tue state of Georgia, haye formed a Limited Parc
nerEhlp, as followJB a :i . ?. (
First. The Partnership 1? ta oe conducted under
the. hame or Ona of THEODORE G. BOAG. ? f<i
i'econ-J. The general nature of the business in?
tended to he transacted la that or a General Fae-,
toi ?g? and Commission Business, in the said City,
of charleston.'1 '" . '
Third; ANDREW M. JACKSON, residing In <1?
city of Augusta; In the State of Georgia; ls the
Special Partner, and THEODORE G..BOAG, a.
Biding lu the etty Charleston and State aforessMu
li tte General Partner, , -. , , :
Fourth'. The said ANDREW M. JAQ?SCN, thee
Special Partner, has contributed. V-i cash thefnUi
and jost earn of Five rho?^nd Dollars tc the:
common stock. . _
Firth. The said Partnership io commence on>
the twenty-tourluday br January, 1872 and will.
termlna:.e on thenrat'day of January, 187a ..
In witness whereof the i said, ?rtaers have,
hereunto set their hands and seals, st Charleston,-.,
this, thetweniy-ltiuith daj?e? Januar?, A D. im
Signed, sealed and delivered la the presence of r
B.S.D?KYXA.E.M. WffltTINO. JafiiiWe^,