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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO.,
No. 140 East Bay, Charleston, S. O.
Wit (?&af U^tsn ?frto|.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1872.
NEWS OF"THE DAY.
-There were no gold or cotton markets at
New York yesterday.
" -At Liverpool cotton closed quiet; uplands
lljalljd; Orleans lljd.
-Archbishop McCloskey ls dangerously ill
at Princeton, New Jersey, of pneumonia.
-A cave bas been discovered at Knoxville,
Tennessee, which ls said to run under the en?
-The ice harvest this season bas been a
very large one, and the Ice houses everywhere
-Queen Victoria has pardoned the two con?
victed murderers, Rev. Mr. Watson and Miss
-Paris medical men assert that horse-flesh
has been discovered to be beneficial to per?
sons ol consumptive tendencies.
-There are six hundred printing telegraph
machines for giving quotations of gold, for?
eign exchange and cotton, now at work In
-By paddling his own canoe slightly In
advance of competing water craft, Ward has
made eleven thousand dollars during the past
-Baron Ge roi t, late German ambassador at
Washington, has been given by the Emperor a
liberal pension and a place in the Privy Coun?
cil, with the title of Excellency.
-Tn Boston, a life Insurance company ls
contesting the payment of two policies aggre?
gating $9009, on the ground tbat the Insured
life was represented as sober and temperate,
whereas lt was in fact the reverse.
-The Government of the Porto has express- 1
ed its willingness to accede to the Russian re?
quest to facilitate the passage through the 1
Dardanelles, provided the signatory powere >
to the Paris treaty express a desire to this :
-Bogumil .-Dawlson, an eminent German
tragedian, died, near Dresden, on the 2d In?
stant, aged fifty-four years,r He made his de
but in America at the Stadt Theaire, New
York, tn 1866. Subsequently he appeared as '
Othello in German, to Edwin Booth's Iago in
English, and Madame Methua Scheller as Des?
demona. He returned to England In 1867.
-A man In Memphis, desiring to see the
Grand Duke, took off bis coat and car ried a
large Saratoga trunk cn his shoulders up
stairs, thus evading the police who had strht
orders to keep all strangers out of the Peabody (
House. After carrying a two-hundred-pounci
trunk up two flights of stairs he didn't see Lhe
Grand Duke, and found somebody had stolen
his coat. -* *
'. .-All the machinery in the Momask? mills f
In Manchester, N. H., which has recently been i
used in the manufacture of woollen goods, is 1
now devoted to the manufacturing of cotton
goods, In consequence of the great dlspropor- ]
tion in the price of wool and the manufactured ,
articles. Wool of last years' crop which
Was bought tn Manchester for forty-two cents
per pound, now sells for seventy-five cents
per pound. 1
-A telegram bas been received in New
York, from Mobile, staling that an abrupt ter- '
'minalton has been put to ile brilliant racing t
career of Helmbold, the famous racer, by the <
giving way of the middle tendon In one of the <
forelegs of the animal. There seems in this j
matter lo be a somewhat curious coincidence
between the fatality that afflicts the racer and
the rumored reverses that have overtaken his
..-There are now three plans before the *
French public for paying off the war indem- I
nlty. The first consists of purchasing the re- 1
mainlng lease of the railways and raising 1
money cn them. Next there ls a national and (
patriotic loan to be subscribed by people pos- ,
seesing ?400 a year and over, and bearing
three per cent, interest; and there isM.de
Sonbeyran's plan of a huge lottery with
monthly drawings. It is naturally asked is
French credit so bad that a guarantee 1B re?
quired. The lottery plan meets with a good
deal of favor from the public, and M. Pouyer
Quertler is reported to have no doubts as to ii s
perfect morality and the soundness of M. de
- -Worceater, Massachusetts, has an electri?
cal house. In passing around the parlor and
rubbing the feet on tho carpet a person be?
comes highly charged with electricity; upon
touching the register, or any good conductor, a
brilliant spark of large size is developed. The
gas can be readily lighted by.first turning it on?
and then rubbing tbe feet on the carpet and
holding one finger over the jet. A spark often
darts from the feet when passing over certain
places In the floor, producing a painful sensa
lon. When three or four persons take hold ol
hands and walk around they all become power
lolly charged, and the one first touching a con?
ductor would not care to repeat the experi?
ment. What peculiar arrangement In a house
is necessary to produce this phenomenon, and
its influence on the health of its inmates, being
constantly charged with electricity, ls a ques?
tion for the scientist
-The Prince of Wales, for the flret time i
Blnce his Illness, went to church at San dring- j
ham on Sunday, February 4. He was present. ?
to the end of morning prayer, and left before ?
the commencement of the Litany. The occu?
pants of the royal stall In the chancel were the
Prince and Princess of Wales, the Duke of Ed- 1
inburgh, the Duke of Cambridge, and the Hon.' 1
Mrs. W. Grey. The church was very full, the '
additions io the ordinary congregation being,
as usual, strangers visiting in the locality. 1
The Bervlce was choral, and the thanksgiving <
hymn for the recovery of the Prince, written ,
by Mr. Lewis Morrison, and composed by Mr.
Charles G. Hornsby, was Introduced and sung
with great effect. The service was conducted
by the Rev. W. Lake Onslow, who also
preached an Impressive sermon from the text,
Luke xvi., 6, "HOjjv much owest thou unto
roy Lord !"
-The coming royal thanksgiving at St, Pad's
promises to be one of the most notable events
London bas known during the present cen?
tury. The Pall Hall Gazette of the 5th instant
says that within the last few days the Lord
Mayor, accompanied by Captain Galton, from
the department of works, and Mr. Penrose,
the surveyor to the cathedral, have made a
preliminary inspection of the interior of St,
Paul's, and have arrived at the conclusion that
it is capable of accommodating about sixteen
thousand people, In one way and another, on
the occasion of the thanksgiving service. It
ls stated, oa good authority, that as many as
eighteen thousand were collected within the
walls of the cathedral on the occasion of the
Duke of Wellington's funeral; and, that be- ?
lng so, a rumor that It is the Intention of the
Lord Chamberlain to limit the accommodation
on this occasion to seven thousand or to
eight thousand at most 1B exciting much
dissatisfaction. The Dean of St. Paul's is un?
derstood to have had an interview with the
Lord Chamberlain, and to have strongly
urged upon him the claims of the great city
companies for consideration in the persons of
their masters and wardens and other members
of their governing bodies. The preparations,
so far as they depend on the Cathedral Dean
and Chapter, are rapidly pushed forward.
These, however, are strictly confined to the
choir, and are part of the great scheme of in?
terior embellishment of the fabric which has
been some time In progress, and are only
accelerated in anticipation of the Queen's
visit. The special arrangement for seating
the audience at the thanksgiving service in
every other part of the Cathedral will be made
by the department of works, and at the pub?
lic cost. It ls stated that, whether the Prince
la well enough to be present or not, the Prin?
cess of Wales will certainly accompany the
The Delegation and the Platform.
President Grant is known in the North as
the Officeholders' candidate, and the men
chosen to represent the South Carolina Ead
icals in the Philadelphia Convention will
probably be dubbed the Officeholders' delega?
tion. Whether the delegation votes for the
candidate will depend upon the inducements
be may ofter. The tactics of the South Car?
olina Legislature will be practiced in the
That we may not be suspected of giving
the delegation from Sooth Carolina a title to
which they have no claim, we reprint their
names and political occupation : Maxwell,
McIntyre, Smalls, Swails, Whittemore,
Nash and Allen, are State Senators. C. D.
and J. N. Hayne, Hedges, Lee, Jones,
Wilder, CaiD, Frost, Greene, Mobley, Crews
and O'Connel, are members of the State
House of Representatives. E. W. M. Mackey
is Sherill of Charleston County. T. J.
Mackey is the newly elected Judge of the
Sixth Circuit. Elliott is a Congressman
from this State. F. J. Moses is Speaker of |
the House. A. J. Bansier is Lieulenant
Governor of the State. J. L. Orr is a Cir?
cuit Judge. The only person not an office?
holder is J. J. Patterson, called (lucus a non
lucendo!) "Honest John," who is the father
of the Swindling Blue Ridge bill, and the
ablest and most . indefatigable railroad
schemer at the capital. Of the twenty-six
delegates and alternates, we find, therefore,
that twenty-five are officeholders, viz
twenty-one members of the Legislature, two
Judges, one Congressman, and one Sherill,
which suggestive officer may well serve to I
remind the delegation, by his presence, of j
what many ol their number should expect to
cometo! Sixteen of the delegates are ne?
groes and mulattoes; the remaining ten are
white men. As to the character of the dele?
ctes it ls sufficient to say that twenty-one
of the twenty-six are members of the utterly
corrupt South Carolina Legislature. So
Dad.is the delegation that the Radical
>rgao, the Columbia Union, which does net
stick at trifles, is moved to declare that in its
j elect io D3 the Convention made "a terrible
The platform adopted by the Convention
ios the merit of brevity and distinctness. It
loes not deal in loose assertions, but em?
phatically thanks Congress and the Presi?
dent for the Enforcement acts and Ku-Klux
.aids, and demands "universal civil rights
'for every American citizen," which means,
ive suppose, that an attempt is to be made
a sweep the last remuaDt of personal free
lorn away, and to deny to the white citizens
il the Republic the poor privilege of choos?
ing their own associates.
It will be remarked that the delegation
from Sooth Carolina are not instructed to
rote for the renomination of President!
Srant. The explanation of this is found in
.he acrid resolution, remonstrating against
"the great majority of the Federal appoint
"ments" that have been made in this State
during the past three years. Some of these
appointments have been gratifying to all
classes, and we believe that, outside of po?
litical circles, the chief complaint is that a
batch of ignoramuses have been appointed
postmasters in the country districts. But
ot one thiog we may be sure : The men
Dominated by R. K. Scott and T. J. Mackey
will be no improvement upon the men nom?
inated by Senator Sawyer. "We believe that
Senator Sawyer, ia bis nominations, has en?
deavored to And men, who would discharge
their duties faithfully, and be a credit to the
public service. Scott, Mackey <fc Co. have
no other motive than to place in office a
band of their henchmen who will help them
to carry the State in October. This is their
whole design, and they are ready to instruct
their delegation to vote for Mr. Grant if he
will give them the patronage which they
desire. If not, not!
The tone of the Convention was fitly mani?
fested in the resolution endorsing Governor
Scott os "a trae Republican and faithful
"public officer." He may be a true Be
pablicaD, in the sense in which the
members of the Legislature anderstand
Republicanism. And he is as faithful as
they are-that 1?, he is faithful to his
own interests, and does not care a straw
for the interests of the people. Governor I
Scott is a candidate for renomination, and [
pishes to hil the gubernatorial chair for a |
.hird term. This is the reason why the Con?
tention gave him their approval, and the
-eason why he and his friends demand the
control of the Federal offices in the State.
We think that Senator Sawyer can ailord
:o treat with indiflerence the denunciations
jf the Scott Ring. In their eyes he is guilty
)f the damning crime of-Respectability
ind Conservatism. Let him blister his
tongue and Boil his hands (as he will not do!)
and he will be as popular os Joe Crews, F. J.
Moses and the Arch-Agitator Mackey. As
long, however, as he adheres to the consist?
ent course be has marked out for himself,
be will be reviled and blackguarded by the
rascally crew in Columbia. Senator Saw1
yer's politics are not ours. He bas been
scrupulously loyal to his party; but we be?
lieve bim to be honest, and he has allowed
no opportunity to pass of advancing the
commercial and agricultural interests of the
State. This is infinitely more than can be
said of the men who tax him with falsehood
and with a disregard for the welfare of his
Blore About that Delegation.
We have said elsewhere that the Office?
holders' delegation will not vote for tho re?
nomination of President Grant, in the Phila?
delphia Convention, unless he pays them for
their trouble by giving them the dispensing
of the Federal patronage in this State. This
view is confirmed by the following Colombia
telegram published by a Radical paper:
The delegation wlP leave directly after the
Legislature adjourcs, for Washington, and
will hold a conference with President Grant,
and If he does not remove the present Federal
officers they will not vote for him.
The vote of the delegation in the Conven?
tion will show whether Mr. Grant has sold
ont to the most disreputable of Sooth Caro?
The Columbia Union, in its issue of yes?
terday, prints a second leading article lb
criticism of the character of the Office-hold?
ers delegation. It says:
There are a few men who think they own
the Republican party ia this State, body and
soul. The result of tbe-sConveoiion seems to
Indicate that, up to the present lime, they have
Eome grounds for such belief, but if there ls
one thing any surer than another lt is this :
that the day ls not distant when these men
will either be taught a wholesome lesson or
else the Republican party goes to ruin. If re?
spectability, intelligence, capacity and honesty
are bars to preferment, then Republicanism In
this State bas proven a failure. There la some
stern work to be done In this State In the next
campaign, and if the Republican party desires
to preserve its organization Intact it must be
reorganized upon an entirely different basis.
We should like some one to tell us why we
should not send to represent us in the National
Convention of thc party men who could com?
pare favorably In point of Intellect with those
who will be there trom other States ? Is this a
place to which a person can lay a claim sim?
ply because he ?3 a Republican ? If lt ls not a
representative position ihen it malters not
who ls sent.
This is equivalent to saying that "respect
"ablllty, intelligence, capacity and honesty
"are bars to preferment" among the Radi?
cals of the Office-holding Ring, ll is a con?
fession that the knaves lo Columbia are
dragging the party to destruction. The sig?
nificant question, "Why should not the
"South Carolina Republicans send to the
"National Couvention men who conld com
"pare favorably in point of intellect with
"the delegates from other States," suggests
this reply: "Because there is very little in?
tellect or integrity in the Republican ranks,
"and because the few able and honest mem
"bers of the party are invariably voted down
"by the willing slaves of the Ring!"
-A special dispatch to THE NEWS gives
the programme of the South Carolina dele?
gation in definite shape. They demand the
removal of Messrs. Trott, Clark, Geddings
and others as the price of their votes in the
Philadelphia Convention. In other words,
they give their support to the candidate who
bids the highest. What will Mr. Grant do
WE are glad to see that a resolution is be?
fore the Senate requesting of the Commis?
sioners of the SinklDg Fund, information
relative to the sale of State stock in the Blue
Ridge Railroad Company. It was introduced
by Senator Corbin.
A Device to Rob the State
[From the Carolina Spartan.]
The Blue Ridge swindle has not yet passed
the Senate. It simply proposes falter Gover
nor Scott has, we are informed, sold the State
Block for one dollar on the share) to give the
company eight hundred thousand dollars to
pay the debts of the road, and a million to
take lt. If tho question had been whether
the State should continue to give aid until the
road is completed, or give one million eight
hundred thousand dollars, and be done with
the whole project, we would have been
templed to commend the action of the Legis?
lature as wise and economical; but this was
not the Issue, and the bill now before the Leg?
islature isa bold and shameless device to rob
the State and fill the pockets of a set of ad?
venturers who have already grown rich by
Bindiar Jrauds upon the people.
Angutta and Charleston.
[From the Augusta Constitutionalist.!
We publish elsewhere the comments under
this caption of Tun CHARLESTON NEWS, on our
article a few days since in regard to the rail?
road war. We can assure our esteemed con?
temporary that we have not overlooked the
probable damage that might result to Augusta
in the event the South Carolina Road should
pass into.the controlof the Georgia Central;
but believing the pretended lease a feint did
not comment thereon. Our people watch
with almost as much interest the moves,
checks and counter checks of the struggle as
do those of Charleston.
?EB-FOUR MILLIONS OF INVALIDS.
At i tie lowest computation there are never lesa
than four millions of invalids In the United
States. Of this nnmber probably more than
three-nfthB have neglected the ordinary precau?
tions necessary for the preservation of health,
and are Buffering the punishment due to their
carelessness, if the multltndes who are now
afflicted with biliousness, Indigestion, rheuma?
tism, intermittent fever, lrregularties of the
bowels, general debility, nervous disorders, 4c,
had, at the very Orst symptoms of Indisposition,
invigorated, regulated and purified their systems
With HOSTET FE R'S STOMACH BITTERS, two
thirds of them would at this moment be perform?
ing the active duties of life, unannoyed by any
ailment of the body or the mind.
This assertion ls made advisedly. It is founded
on experience, and ls borne out by the testimony
of a countless host of wltnessess, whose attesta?
tions cover almost every variety of disease, and
extend over a period of about twenty years. Of
every thousand persons who take the Bitters, as
a preventive of the complaints above enumera?
ted, seven eighths escaped them entirely; and
of every thousand who are actually attacked, and
use thc great Vegetable Tonic as a remedy, three
fturths are radically cured. These are not hap?
hazard assertions, but statistical facts. They
are based upon tbe results of inquiries made by
moro than fifty thousand persons In various
parta of the country, and upon the lettera of
prominent citizens of every state, lt might al?
most be said, of every county In the Union.
will, in compliance with the request of many
persons, commence a solf?ge Class, at 6 o'clock,
on Thursday, 22<l instant, for children from
the ages of 8 to 14 years, A class foryouDg ladieH
will also be formed at an early day. Apply to
Mrs. P. J. BARBOT, at her residence, southwest
corner of Smith aud Montague streets.
Terme-$12, in advance, per quarter. feb22-2
WASHINGTON L1DGE, No. 1, L O. G.
T.-Tde Regular Weekly Meeting of the
above Society will be held THIA (Friday) EVENING,
at 7 o'clock, at Pythian Hall, corner society and
King streets. Members will please be punctual
in their attendance.
By order W. V. T.
feb23-?_H.SOSNTAGO, W. R. S.
IO. O P.-MARION LODGE, No. 2.
. TH "Regular Meeting of this Lodge will be
held THIS Enmata at 7 o'clock at Oda Fellows'
Ball. ROBT. 0. STARR,
IRISH RIFLE CLUB.-ATTEND YOUR
Regular Weekly Drill Meeting at Archer's
Hall, THIS EVENI.NO at 7 o'clock, sharp.
JAMES F. WALSH,
PALMETTO PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE
ASSOCIATION.-A Meetiog or the Stock
Holders of this Association will be held THIS
EVENING, the 23d Instant, at Market Hall, at 8
By order of tbe President._feb22-2
THE VALLEY RIVER MINING COM?
PANY OF NORTH CAROLINA.-A Meeting
or the Stockholders of the Valley River Mining
Company or North Carolloa will be held THIS
DAT, the 23d February, at 12 o'clock M., at
the office or Mordecai A Co., East Bar. Charleston,
S. 0. T. A. WILBUR,
jan21-w5ri_Secretary and Treasurer.
W^IST?DTT^???SE. APPLY AT
northeast corner Radcliffe and Rutledge
WANTED -EVERYONE TO KNOW
that all kinds or STENCILS are Cat at No.
197 tas: Bay. Name Plates 50 ana 76 cents.
WANTED, ALL WHO HAVE IN
their employ servants not paid for from
Queen street, No. 68, to call and settle ror them.
/RENTS' COATS, PANTS, Ac, ARE
UT nicely Dyed, Cleaned and Renewed, at j
OliO SUNNTAG'S, Dyer, Wentworth street, near
AYOUNG LADY WISHES A SITUA-1
TION as Teacher or the English Branches,
IL a healthy section or country. Address E.,
through charleston Postofflce._ieb23
WANTED, SEVERAL ENTERPRISING
Youths or stet Hug character, having some
experience In business. Apply, With reference,
at ARCHER'S BAZAAR, No. 363 King street,
AGOVERNESS IS WANTED TO TAKE
charge of two little Girls-to be taught the
English Branches and Music. Apply to Major
PAULS. FELDER, Orangebnrg, S.e. febg-S
WANTED, ONE HUNDRED MINERS,
at the works ol the Charleston Mining
and Manufacturing Company, at Ten-Mile Bill,
.-outh carolina Railroad. From $1 60 to $3 per
day can be made._feblQ-12*
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House In the central or western
part or the city. Address "Q," at this office, sta t
ing location, terms, Ac._ieb8
WANTED, A SITUATION IN A
Wholesale'or Coantlog-bouse, by a native
or mis city. Has considerable acquaintance lu
the up-country, and woa d be willing to travel.
Has been In the grocery and cotton business. Ad
dre88 R. T. G., NKWS office._Jann-wfm
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warranted
Sewing Machine in the market ls the HOME SHUT?
TLE, price $26 and $37. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Agency, No. 61 H?sel street, opposite Express
Ufflce. T. L BlaSELL._Janli-Smo
WANTED, EVERYONE TO KNOW
that FLETCHER A GURNEY, at the Little
Store around the Corner, No. 93 Market street,
have constantly on hand a splendid assortment
ol New York and Domestic POULTRY, GAME
AND EGGS. Also a line lot ot Sugar-Cured
Hams, Prime Goshen and Family and country
Batter, Beer and Pork Sausages, Cheese, Should?
ers, Sides, Dips, (..'ellery, Eggs and Lard. GAME
a specialty. Their mono : The Best and Cheap?
est, Remember-the Little Store round the Corner.
MULES AND HORSES.-JUST RE?
CEIVED from Kentucky a lol of flue
MULES AND HORSES, which wUl be sold on
credit until 1st October next, H. GRAHAM A CO.,
Mills House stables._febil 3
FOR SALE, AN OLD AND WELL-ES
TABL1SHED flisc-clasa Dressmaking and
Millinery Business, located on tue most frcquent
ed and rashlonable part or B: o ul way. Fixtures
ror sale, and stock lr desired. Address F. W. lt.,
Box 108 "Bally News," New York.
ABARGAIN !-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Reggies Wood Frame
raper Cutter, will be Bold low for cash, ls nearly
t tiw, cuts 28 indies, and has aa extra ku ire. N.
criargu for package. Price $40. Apply at Tui
Naws Job Office. marts
MULES I HORSES I MULES l - I
have just received sixty (60) head or I
UOKSES AND MULES, conslsung ol floe Saddle
ami liarnesa Horses, fine Timber and Turpentine
Mules; also, Dray, Cart and Farm Mules. 1 will
be luund at J. Christopher's stable. No. 606 King
btreet, where 1 will B.-ll low lor cash, or ou terms
to suit purchasers. CHAS. D. MCCOY.
_ ?o Hem.
TO RENT7?E?E~raR^ST;ORY BRICK
HoUSE, Ko. 27 Vanderhorst street Apply
at No. 4 Hudson street._feb23-i?
STORE TO RENT IN AUGUSTA, GA.
The STORE No. 230 Broad street, under the
central Hotel, the best business stand In the city.
Any o_e wishing to Becure a splendid business
stund, and the freedom or a Democratic City, will
please address PETER KEENAN, Augusta, Ga.
Cost ant) .formo.
LOST, ON BROAD STREET, BETWEEN
Meeting and Trapmau streets a Gold Enam?
eled BRACELET. A liberal reward will be Dald
the under by leavlBg lt at this office.
JpLANTERS' AND MECHANICS' BANK
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
This Bank ls now prepared (by the terms or its
amended charter) to RECEIVE DEPOSITS In
Buch sums SI may be offered, and allow Interest
upon them at the rate or six per cent, per annum,
the Interest to be added to deposits at stated pe?
riods, and thus form a part or the principal, or
paid to the depositor, whichever may be pre
lerred. WM. E. HASKELL,
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
TRUST OOM PAN Y.
CHARLESTON, January 20,1872.
The attention or Depositors In the Savings De?
partment or this Company ls particularly invited
to the great safety accompany log the Deposita of
Savings made m 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 caref al Investment, Deposi?
tors have, as a further security, the Capital or the
Company, which ls liable for their Deposits 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,
' (S?CCBSSOR TO E. N. BK0DI2,)
LUMBER AND TIMBER DEALER,
WEST END BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
On hand, and receiving, a general assortment of
EDISTO RIVER LUMBER AND TIMBER,
YELLOW PINE LUMBER AND TIMBER,
CDT TO ORDER.
AGENT FOR MILL8.
CAD EMT OF MUSIC.
FOR A SHORT SEASON ONLY,
COMMENCING MONDAT, FEBRUARY 25.
THE ABBOTT PANTOMIME TROUPE,
FISK'S GRAND OPERA-HOUSE, NEW YORK,
Will p-esent the
COMIO TRICK PANTOMIME,
With the Original Oast.
CHAS. ABBOTT as....CLOWN,
Supported by a
TALENTED PANTOMIME COMPANY,
Admission $1. Reserved Seats, to be secured
at the Box Office, 25 cents extra. Family Circle
60 cents; Gallery 26 cc uta.
MATINEE ON SATURDAY, AT 2 P. M.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH, at 2 O'CLOCK
Admission $1 ; Children 60 cents.
No extra charge for Reserved Seato feb22-S
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
KERSHAW O-JUNTY, COURT OF COMMON
pi.EAS.-WILLIAM L. D2PA>S and his wife,
FREELOWE P. DEPASS, Plaintiffs, against ED?
WARD R. MORRIS, Defendant.-Sommons for
Money Demand.-To the D?fendant, EDWARD K.
MOKKIS: Yon are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complain; lifcfthts action, wo ich
will be filed io tue om ce or the Clerk of the court
or Common Pleas for the County and state afore?
said, and serve a copy of your answer on the
subscriber, at his office at Camden, in the State
aforesaid, within twenty days after the service cf
the sommons on yon, exclusive of the day of ser?
If you falito answer the complaint within that
time, the Plaintiffs will taite Judgment against
you for the sum of five hundred dollars, wurt In?
terest at the rate of one per cent, per month from
the thirty-first day of March, one thousand eight
hundred and seventy, and the cost of this action.
J. T. HAY,
Camden, S. C., February 6th, 1372.
To the Defendant, EDWARD R. MORRIS: Take
netlce that the summons and complaint In thia
action was flied in the office of the Clerk of the
Court of Common Pleas for Kershaw County, on
the nineteenth day of February, A. D. 1872.
J. T. HAY,
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CHARLESTOS-Court of Com?
mon Pleas.-WILLIAM A. BK ALL, Plaintiff, vs.
JAMES ROBB and (J HA RLES T. LOWNDES, Trus;
tees, Defendants.-JEREMIAH BKA LL, vs. the
-ame. Defend mt-", and ex parte LOUIS M. COX
ETTER, in re WILLIAM A. BEALL, VS. JAMES
ROBB and CHAKLES T. LOWNDE?. Trustees,
and JERK MI A H BEALL,vs. the same.-On motion
ol BUIST A BUIST. Plaintiff's Attorneys, and J. B.
CAMPBELL, or Counsel, lt ls o dered that W. J.
GAYER, Esq., be appointed Special Referee In
these cases, with power to take testimony, sum
men and require the attendance or witnesses, and
the production or books of account, papers and.
documenta, necessary for the investigation here?
That the said Referee take an account er the
debts of the late Arm of JOHN FUASER A co.,
and Of FRASKRTRENHOLM A CO., and LAFITTE
A LEL'OUNT, to whom due and owing, and the
respective amounts thereof.
Inat for thia purpose he do cause to be publish?
ed In the following gazettes, namely, in the
Journal of comm. ree, of New York, and the
Charleston Courier and Tna CHARLESTON DAILY
NEWS, by weekly insertions, a notice, calling
upon the creditors or JOHN FRASER A CO., FHA
SKR, TKENHOLM A CO., and LAFITTES A
LB COUNT, who may be minded to accept aud be?
come parties to the agre- ment of date 26th Sep?
tember, 1567, between THEODORE D. WAGENER
and W. L. THENHULM, in behalf or JOHN FRA?
SER A CO. and of FRASER. TRESHOLM A CO.,
and the several creditors of either or said partner?
ships, and to receive the benefits, and to give
t indlng effect to the same, to appear before him
at his office in Charleston, and after Dignifying
their assent and signing said agreement, that
they prove before nlm their alleged claims os
creditors or either of. said firms, before the first
day uf May, eighteen hundred and seventy-two.
that as s ion as possible thereafter tue said
Referee do make full report of the proceed ines
before him, statin? the names of claim ng credi?
tors and the amounts of their respective dalma,
and the proofs thereof, with his opinion thereon
That for tho purpose of thia order, the said
CHARLES T. LOWNDES and JAMES ROBB do at
once deposit with ibe said Rereree the original
agreement referred to.
Ihat the -aid CHARLES T. LOWNDES and
JAMES ROBB, In the meantime and pending the
reference an l Investigation hereinbefore provi?
ded, and um ll the funner order of ibis Court, be
restrained and enjoined from any further pro?
ceedings whatsoever under their assumed trust,
except the careful preservation or the trust prop?
erty in their possession wi bout transferring or
disposing or nnr or the bonds executed by the
said THEODORE I?. WAGENER and W. L. TKEN?
HOLM, under the a rc re? a td agreement, as well
those secured by mortgage ad those secured by
personal guarantee ot GEORGE A. TKENHOLM
and JAMES T. WEL-MAN.
And that the said CHARLES T.' LOWNDES and
JAMES ROBB do forthwith account rul y and mi?
nutely, and s t forth their dulngsand actings un?
der their assumed trust.
Finally, that nny of the parties In Interest under
the Bald agreement have leave to move for such
further order or orders as may appear to be neces?
sary for the complete execution or this order.
(Signed) R. F. GRAHAM.
February 7, 1872.
A. C. RICHMOND, C. 0. C. P., charleston County.
In pursuance of the order of Hon. F. GRAHAM,
Judge of the first circuit in the above entitled
causes, or date the 7th day cf Febiuary, A. D.
1872. the creditors or JOHN ERASER A COMPANY,
FRASER, TKENHOLM A COMPANY, and LA?
FITTES A LECOUNT, who may be minded to ac?
cept and become parties to the agreement of date
the 25th day or September, A. D. 1867, between
THEODORE D. WAGNER and W. L. TKENHOLM
in behalf of JOHN FRASER A COMPANY, and of
FRASER, TREN HOLM A CO, and the several
creditors of either of said Partnerships, and to
receive the benefits and give b nding effect to the
same, are required to appear befure me, at my
office, at the courthouse lu Charleston, and after
slguffylng their assent and signing said agree?
ment, to prove befor ' me their alleged claim? as
creditors of either of said irms. berore the first
d?yo/Mav, A. D. 1872. W. J. GAYER,
NOTICE.-W. A. BEALL VS. JAMES,
ROBERT and CHARLE j T. LOWNDES, Trus?
tees, JEREMIAH BEALL, vs. JAMES, ROBERT
and CHAKLES T. LOWNDES, Trustesa, ex parte
LOUIS M. COXETTER, la re the said causes.-lu
pursuance or Hie order or Hon. R. F. Graham,
Judge ef the First Circuit, in the above entitled
causes, of date the 7th day or February, A. D.
1872, the Creditors or JOHN FRASER A COMPA?
NY. FRASER. TREN HOLM & OOMPANIr", and
LAFITTES A LECOUNT, who may be minded to
accept and become partes to the agreement or
date the 25th day or September, A. D. 1867, between
THEODORE D. WAGNERancLW. L. TRENUOLM,
in benair or JOHN FRASER A COMPANY, and of
FRASER, TREN HOLM A COMPANY, and the sev?
eral Creditors of either of the said partnerships,
and to receive the benefits and give binding effect
to the rame, are required to appear berore me,
at my office, at the Courthouse In Charleston, and
arter signifying their assent and slgnlug said
agreement, to prove before me their alleged
claims as Creditors of either or t he said Arms, be?
fore the first day of May. A. D. 1672.
WM. J. GAYER, Referee.
jr^TheKew York Journal or Commerce will |
Insert once a week until the 1st of May, A. D.
1872, and forward bill for the some to the under?
signed. WM. J. GaYER, Referee.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. - ALL PER?
SON'S having any demands against the Es
lute or the late Colunel JO>EPH wu ALKY will
present them to the subscriber, at the office or |
Whaley A Mitchell, No. 48 Broad street, properly
attested. WILLIAM WHALEY,
QHARLESTON WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL MANUFACTURING CIGAR AND TOBACCO
No. 310 KINO STBEET, THBBB DOORS SOOTH OF
MEERSCHAUM PIPES a specialty, therefore
san sell at prices to surprise you. Suitable for
An extensive and complete assortment of all
irtlcles in his line of business ls kept constantly
m hand, giving a facility of filling, without de?
lay, all orders extended to him, accompanied
with. cash, or draft on responsible houses in the
;lty. Purchasers are requested to examine his
perleot Stock before trading elsewhere.
WILLIAM SCHRODER. '
Proprietor of Emperor William Cigar Store,
?JORNl CORNI CORN!
1600 bushels PRIME WHITE CORN, in balk or
bags. Landing, and for sa e by
feb2S-l ._ T. TUPPER A SONS.
Q.RAHAM BREAD AND CRACKERS.
Fresh dally at CLAUSSES'S STEAM BAKERY.
rjEAS 1 TEAS ! TEAS 1
Oar customers can be assured that we will not
be undersold by any house m the price and quali?
We are now o tiering a belter article at One Dol?
lar per pound than ls sold In other King street
stores at twenty-five cen ti per pound more.
We buy TEAS in larger quantities, and more
direct, than any other house.
Our TEA sales will average double that ol' any
other bouse in Charleston.
Call and get samples.
We have made a specialty of TEA for a number
or years, and can sell at a clcser profit than any
No. 306 KINO STREET.
English Gooseberries (In glass)
English Plums (damsons)
English Green Gages
English Red Currants
English Black Currants.
A tull assortment of English JAMS, JELLIES
Ac Ac, at
No. 30? KINO STREET.
gUGAR AND MOLASSES.
78 hhds. New Orleans SUGAR
48 hhds. Demerara Sugar
146 bois, New Orleans Molasses,
in store and for sale by 0. F. WEITERS,
jan24 _ Na 189 East Bay.
LINLEYS CHEAP STORE,
NO. 190 KING STREET.
10 FIRKINS STRICTLY CHOICE ORANGE
Which will be sold at the low figure or
THIRTY-FIVE CENTS PER POUND,
THREE POUNDS FOR ONE DOLLAR.
tTopartnei?lnpfl ono ffliseointions.
The firm of WM. ROACH A CO., ls dissolved
by mutual consent. WILLIAM ROACH.
February 22, 1873._feb23-3
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-THE UN?
DERSIGNED, WILLIAM ROACH and JOHN
KbID MOFFETT, have ibis day entered into a
Copartnership under the firm name ol ROACH A
MOFFETT', (or the purpose of conducting the
General Shipping and Commission business as
heretofore, at the old stand, corner Fast Bay and
Adger's South Wharr. WILLIAM ROACH.
JOHN REID MuFKETT.
February 22, 1872._Ieb23 3
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CHARLESTON COUNTY.-Certificate of Lim?
ited Partnership between THEODORE G. BOAG,
or the City of Charleston, in the a unty and
Sta e aforesaid, and ANDREW M. JACKSON, O?
Augusta, lu the State or Georgia.
To all whom these Presents shall come they are
to certify that agreeably to the act or the Gene?
ral Assembly, or the State aforesaid, entitled An
Act to authorize the formation of Limited Part?
nerships, passed on the 20th day of December,
1837; and another, entitled An Act to extend the
duration of An Act authorizing the formation or
Limited Partnerships,"passed on thel8thday or
December. 1846; and another Act extending tho
same until repealed, passed on the 20th day of
December, 1866, THEODORE G. BOAG, of the
city ol Charleston, in the County and State afore?
said, and ANDREW M. JACKSON, or Augusta, in
tue state or Georgia, have formed a Limited Part?
nership, as follows:
First. The Partnership ls to be conducted under
the name or arm of THEODORE G. BOAG.
second. The general nature of the business In?
tended to be transacted ls that or a General Fac?
to: age and Commission Business, in the said City
Third. ANDREW M. JACKSON, residing in the
tty or Augusta, In the State or Georgia, ls the
Special Partner, and THEODORE G. BOAG, re?
siding in the City Charleston and State aforesaid,
li the General Partner.
Fourth. The said ANDREW M. JACKSON, the
Special Partner, has contributed In cash the full
and just Bum of Five 'ihousand Dollars to the
Fifth. The Bald Partnership to commence on
the twenty-fourth day of January, 1872. and will
terminate on the first day of January, 1878.
In witness whereof the said Partners have
hereunto set their hands and seals, at Charleston,
this, the twenty-fourth day of January, A. D. 1872.
THEO. G. BOAG. [LS.]
A M. JACKSON. [L.S.]
Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of
R. S. DURYEA, E. M. WHITING. Jan26-SS
QRATES I CRATES I CRATES I
l hereby give notice to au parties In want or
VEGETABLE CRATES that 1 am prepared to set
them ojt lu large quantities, and ail would do
well io call and examine for themselves before
Orders respectfully solicited and promptly filled.
Lumber or all ?eh erip tiona and Plastering Laths
constantly on band.
JOHN C. M A LL ON HE,
Office and Yard, Horlbeck's Wharf,
East side Washington street,
febl Near Northeastern Railroad.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR TN
THE COURTS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, AND IN
THOSE OF THE UNITED STATES.
Special attention given to business in the United
OFFICE AT GREENVILLE C. H., S. C.
<&xotttvt%, Suttorf, #c.
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAKf?
DT, IN F. S. BONDED STORES.
A TOBIAS' SONS, NO. 110 EAST BAY,
Offer for sale from U. s. Bonded Warehouae,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT
varions vintages, in
If th casks
? . AMD
Cases of One dozen bottles each.
QHOICE WHITE IHLUJING CORN AND'
FLOUR, LANSING THIS DAT.
MORDECAIA co.. No. 110 Ea"? Bay, offer ?or
sale invoices Choice WHITE MILLING CORN andi
Extra FLOUR, landing this day._
JJAEMONY'S SHERRY WINE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale an Invoice of Choice HARMONY'S PALS
SHERRY WINE._A. TOBIAS' SONS.
?HOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay,'offer for
sale an invoice ot Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di?
rect from Factory in Havana._J_
A TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale an Invoice of FIRE CRACKERS, lan dm g this
T7INEGAB, PRUNES, WHITE WINE,
V CLARET, aa
A. TOBIAS* SONS offer for sale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White Wine, imported direct from
JgNGLISH PORTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of Messrs. Edward A
GeorgeiHlbbert, or London, offer for sale Hibbert'a
PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pints and,
qnarts. _fe02?-gmoa ,
SEED, PLANTING AND EATING PO?
TATOES AND ONIONS. JUST RECEIVED
PER SCHOONER E. M. PENNAL.
60 barrels Early Rose, Goodrich, Kan ey as, Peach
Blow, and Jackson Whites POTATOES,
narr?is silver Skin, String and Loose Onions.
N. M. PORTER,
feb2?-thftnthl_No. 286 King street.
"^TESTPHALTA HAMS AND SAUSA
Joat landing, vi? New York, from Germany, and
of recent receipt:
l cash new caring WESTPHALIA HAM5, moder?
l case German Bologna Sausages
20 kegn Dutch Herrings, s J lt sardelles, Ancho?
vies and Russian Sardines.
1 caso Finest American BOLOGNAS
English Cheddy and Wiltshire Cheese
American Imitation English Cheese
Pineapple and Patent Squares Cheese - '.
Mild Factory Cheese *
20 tierces Rawson's "Old Reliable," Gea Oassard!
k Long's "Gold Star," T. Davis Jr., A co.'?
?Diamond," Geo. W. Edward's White 8u>
jar-cHred washington," and J. Bonce A- Ca's
Philadelphia Sugar-cured Hams
New I or ii smoked Beef and Tongues
Pickled Philadelphia Beef and Tongues .
Smoked Pig Bacon strips; Shoulden and Jowls
smokod Ha lbat, Pickled Nova Scotia and Colum?
bia River Salmon, Halibut Fins. Sound?
and Tongues, White Fish, Salvador Her
ringa, St. George's Codfish and Cask or
Ling Fish, Mess and No. 1 Mackerel, amok
ed Herrings 1
Kegs and tuba Choicest and Prime Goshen
All personally Inspected by
N. M. PORTER}.
feMMbftna_No. aas King street.
JTOi, 1 PERU VI AN^C H INCH A ISLAND)
160 tons No. 1 PERUVIAN (Chincha Island*
GUANO, warranted pure, and np to standard.
For sale by HERMANN BULWINKLE,
febiT . Ken's Wharf.
QHEAP HAMS! CHEAP HAMB I
DAVIS'S DIAMOND HAMS, 160 per pound.
New York Unbagged Pig Hams, new and war?
ranted, at l2Xc per ponnd.
At W. H. WELCH'S, *'
Corner Meeting and Market streets.
Gooda Delivered Free of Charge._
JJAISLNS AT REDUCED PRICES.
Whole Boxes LAYERS at $8 25.
Half Boxes Layers au$2 60.
Quarter Boxes Layers ?t $1 26.
At W. H. WELCH'S.
QOAL I GOAL 1 O O A L I
100 tons Best SYDNEY COAL, in lots to snit pur?
chasers, Xor sale cheap to close consignment.
Apply to HENRY CARD,
LIVERPOOL SALT, in fine sacks and good or?
der, for sale in lota to suit purchasers,
reba RAVENEL A 00.
J) RIME EASTERN HAY.
For sale In lots to amt purchasers, per bar*
Windermere, at Southern Wharf, -*
febl JOHN H. HOLMES A CO.
gALTl SALT! SALT!
i860 sacks Liverpool SALT, cow landing from.
Bark Windermere, for sale cheap from wharf in
iota to suit purchasers.
Apply to HENRY GARB,
feb8_Accommodation Wharf. -
J^ORTH CAROLINA CORN WHISKEY.
it $2 per Gallon, a Specialty. Guaranteed Pure,
lt WELCH'S GROCERY.
Goads delivered free of chargq_deco?
Containing NINETY-NINE AND TWO-THIRDS
;90X) PER CENT. Soluble Matter. Warranted .roo
[rom all impurities. Prepared In rills city, andi
ror sale at the low price of F?FTEL? DOLLARS
per ton, CASH. JOHN il. HOLMES,
novl7-f Charleston, S. O.
g AC ON, FLOUR, ?fcc.
Choice BACON C. R. AND SHOULDERS,
Choice Dry Salt Meats,
Flour, * Lard,
Barrel Pork, Fish, E
Axle Grease, Aa, Aa
Choicest Brands WESTERN S. 0. HAMS, eas.
rasaed. Also Breakfast Bacon constantly OB
We invite purchasers to examine our Stock. :
MACQUEEN A RIECKS,
Noa. 21 and 28 Vendue Rai?e
The undersigned bas Just received a supply of
the Great south American Cancer Remedy, OUN
BURANGO. H. BAER,
j its is_No. 181 Meeting street.
T71ERROTYPES EXTRAORDINARY 1 .
Knowing the want long felt in this city for a
FIRST CL ASS FERROTYPE GALLERY, we have
elegantly Uttel up, with new and costly appara?
tus, Ac, the Gallery known as the EAGLE GAL?
LERY, m Spear's building, King street, opposite
Basel street, and, until further notice, will make?
Pictures at the following prices, hitherto unheard"
>f in this city, viz:
POUR FOR ONE DOLLAR.
EIGHT FOR ONE DOLLAR.
SIXTEEN FOR ONE DOLLAR.
THIRTY-TWO FOR ONE DOLLAR.
Finished in the best style m a few minutes at
JOUDER'S FERROTYPE GALLERY,.
NO. 286 KING STREET,
Over Spear's Jewelry Store, next to
SOUDER'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY.
Don't forget the number,