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. . >. ' NEWS OF I J?iH B A r.
-Gold closed on Saturday at lOjalOj.
'--Ih'-N?ifr York cotten closed qulei; uplands
224 cents; sales 760 bates.! 1
* ^The-Llverp?blcotton market closed heavy;
uplands lld, Orleans ll jail j; sales 80Q0 bales.
'-Charles Manly presides over the Sontb
Baptist cation al Convention at Nashville.
.Nearly!, all the Southern States are repre.
-There are one hundred and fourteen per
sons ioHhe Japanese Embassy, among them
. Ave princesses; who are to come here to
school. . ~'?
y-Nine ?hundred ramilles of- tbe laboring
??pr o?.".?^ndon ar?' provided wltu clean,
healthy and .comfortable .homes, at rents
almost nominal, tlirpugh the generosity of the
late iii. peabody.
. -Dispa;caes received from Lexington (Ya.)
from New Orleans state that B, H. Bayly, of
the.lattef cityy In' a will Just probed, gives
170,000 cu ah to Waa hingt bc and Lee Universi?
ty to'end ow a professorship to bear his name.
: -Under ?he . head of "A Revolution in
Paris," the London"Globe sajs: "The Trol*
Freres.Proy-.encaux. has closed In consequence
?twthe expiration of Ihe lease. This simple
announc?m?nt- -wilt # cause more emotion
among Europtmn and American epicures than
coaid'the'-df? tract lon ol an hundred palaces or
^Tanm^ntBj.'?^.;;. , ;
\ -Philadelphia ls making extensive prepara
t jopare "the reception of the centennial com.
miEsioAgcvwaP are.to meet in that oity next
month for general consultation as to the best
and most appropriate .plan for the celebration
Of the centennial anniversary of our Independ?
ence in -167G. The eity council have appro
prtated-twenty-flvo- thousand dollars for the
'?nC?rtattfment of these commissioners during
the|r*sikyi;m fh?t city.
1 -The Eav; George H. H?pworth has stimu?
lated Bubst'riptions' to the amount of over
'>IOO,tBO!lor his new ohurch In Brooklyn, New
Ydtfc.' itrls tobe ol Iron, in? what goes by the
h?m?' of Tabernacle style, and is to Eeat twen?
ty-nye'hundred persons. Among the sub?
scriptions are found the names of several rail?
road kings,, who, as the Brooklyn- Eagle says,
??emie?e?tlyjto. haye become Interested In
religion*.matters, like Fisk. Jr., who "ran" a
eolored church in New York aucT paid all Hs
expense?.--.Hi*grim reason was that "he sup
ported blacK Chris!tens because there were no
white Christians in New York.
'-The-practical "value- of the signal service
basteen tie mo n's tr at ed" by the results accom
ptlsne'd during ?fce flrit ye?r in the way of pro?
tection to ?le and'property at sea. The Ia?t
year, was nested for storms and gales unusually
asverjs,.and sudden, Nevertheless, a com?
parison of twp months of November and De?
cember of 1870 and 1871? shows a falling off of
?arlne disasters from.three hundred and slx
? ty-stain 1870 to ? two hundred and thirty-three
in ?87L' -The number of men lost in the same"
time dlntrdished from ninety-seven to twenty
- three. "The gatn Is principally In the classes
of disasters against which ihe signal bureau
offers projection. " '?*"" '"
-Tue-Emperor of Japan recently called his
noblestogether, and delivered a message
touching the ' educational interests or the
people..It Is a remarkable document, and fully
con flt; rus the. reports of the revolution of Ideas
.which., has taken place, In Ja pao. The Mikado
declares .that the. ancient system bas been
' ohapged, and that a new departure has been
made. He not only advises his subjects to go
abroad arni study the systems of other nations,
but declares that there ls pot the slightest ob?
jection to taking their wives, daughters and
sisters w ith them that they may learn In other
countries the best manner of instructing chil?
dren.- ' ?
?: -The wages paid to the drivers and con?
ductora of the dty raliway cats in New York
"'fern on nt to fourteen dollars per week. Of this
furn, the'eonductors, lt 13 asset ted, are corni
'pelted lo'.pay about twelve dollars and a half
as blackmail to the starters, receivers and
"drivers, leaving only a legitimate profit of ono
-dollar and a half per week. Under these cir?
cumstance?,' lt is said, the .conductors are
obliged tb''steal in order to support Ihem
selves'and their tami'ie?, and the managers ol
the, New York Passenger Railways are cen?
sured Tor not''paying lair wages to their em?
ployees, anet lor not*?itppres3lng the black?
mail sy Bte. m. ,
sa -A Japan correspondent of the New York
.Tribune describing the recent celebration of
?The Mikados birthday, says: "Throughout
^the morning, the throngs which assembled on
^Inehiil.O'f Kudan^-the favorite holiday resort !
?pt* Ypjjf?d^wer'e amused by daylight Ara- '
'^jjroifa-aspecies of pyrotechnic display which
,;,,*euUy,.surpa65e3 in ingenuity anything of the
kind that Western...nations can exhibit.
Bombs:of different size3 are sent high into the
-atty and, exploding, discharge sometimes
-^variously colored smoke, which is made to
assume st?golar and usually symmetrical
forms,.and sometimes neatly-folded packages
of wire and paper, which unfold themselves
j. Lato parachutesbf great bulk and dexterous
-?'design. .-These latter may be nab, which sw; m
-Mejsurely through the atmosphere to th#|
ground; or snake?; which writhe themselves
away? ovef the iree-tops; or great birds, lliat
hover klte-lfkeand motionless for an incredi?
bly long tim?. Occasionally* they take the
-shape o?.cottages, temples, human beings,
? magnified crests ot dalmlos, trees, and
flowers, almost anything that a lively lnven
^tiotf'c??' suggest. The smoke figures, how?
ever, are the njwsi surprising. Ooe of the
most frequent attempted ls A cuttle-flsb, with
a body of thlck,"Tar??inbu3 Wck, and arms of |
&%ghte*Mefc' l?tt course, the Illusion is very
brisara:*ind wot allowing the smoke to re
.l^m?rtf ?hdhttrrtl?d for more than a few seconds,
but while lt lasts it is perfect."
-^ft.wlQt?meason has- been of unusual
severity in the Far West, and many are the
stories that might be told of terrible stiflering
and death oa tne frozen and snowbound
plains or the Border States and Territories.
The experience of Mr. Jeremiah Fisk will
serve as an illustration. On the 22d ultimo
he left the Hlgley Coal Mine with a load of
coal for his home in Greeley, Col, the dis?
tance being fourteen miles. Scarcely had be
started when a tremendous snow storm and
gale came on. It was soon literally Impossi?
ble to see, so thick were the fine flakes, and
the horses became almost paralyzed with
fear. The darkness and cold increased every
moment, and the gale changed into a hurri?
cane. Leaving his team at length, Fisk en?
deavored to reach a place of shelter
on loot. His strength was failing rap?
idly, and his clothes were frozen
stiff. He managed to walk an hour
longer, when a dizziness came on, and his
brain reeled like tbe storm. Thea ho began
digging a hole in the deepest drift he could
find. After working a long time the ground
was reached, and then drawing the robe over
his head he waited for the snow to bury him.
The wind did its work well, and In an hour
eighteen inches of snow covered his roof of
fur. All night long he suffered intensely, and
only escaped freezing by continually moving
his muscles. At daylight he arose and drag?
ged his frosted limbs in the direction of the
town, at the rate of a mlle an hour, and with
the thermometer eighteen degrees below zero.
At last, says the Greeley Tribune, "he reached
his -father's gate, and staggered to the door.
Then there was a rush and a scream, and the
next instant a black and bloated face was
lying on a woman's breast."
Tlie City and the Road.
Thia paper does Dot ask the city to issue
its own stock for the purpose of buying
stock in the South Carolina Railroad. We
believe that it would be better to take that
extreme step than to allow the South Caro?
lina Railroad to pass into the hands of a
clique who will work against the interests of
CharlestoD. But we are of opinion that a
transfer of investment by the city, involving
no loss of security and no addition to the
public debt, would give the people the pro?
tection they require. This is what we adv??
cate alibis time.
An Extraordinary Proceeding.
The resolution adopted by the House of
Representatives on Saturday, ordering an
Inquiry Into the whole matter of the trial of
the case of Bedding and wife against the
South Carolina Railroad, is a direct impeach?
ment of the judicial integrity of Judge Gra?
ham, whose "bearing, instructions anti
"rulings" are declared to have raised'strong
apprehensions that "corruption and bad
"faith" were practiced against the plantifl.
We do not suppose that Judge Graham
has any reason to shun investigation, and
we know very little of the merits of Bed?
ding's case, but it is an extraordinary pro?
ceeding to fly to the Legislature with a
rigmarole of charges against a judge merely
because a jury iaslsts upon rendering a ver?
dict for the defendant.
Neither Redding nor bis friends appeur to
be Willing to await the result of their appeal
to the Supreme Court. Reddio g's attempt to
murder one of the South Carolina Railroad
employees on the morning that the verdict
was announced, will be tried at the next term
of the Court of General Sessions. His disin?
terested friends take the other lack, and
endeavor to convert an ordinary civil suit
Into a grave political question. They prate
about "a denial of justice." What justice,
we ask, can there be in South Carolina if a
defeated suitor, virtually ignoring the means
of redress* which the law gives bim, may
reverse the decision of the jury by marking
an ex parte statement to the Legislature of
a. Radical paper says the State gives the
Blue Ridge Ring $1,800,000 in Bills Receiv
able and cancels a liability of $4,000,000,
and, as the Bills Receivable are worth about
80, the State really bays np its. bonds at
thirty cents on the dollar. This is impu?
dence with a vengeance. The Blue Ridge
bill provides that the. Bills Receivable, in
question, shall be taken in payment of all
taxes, except the special tax for the payment
of interest on the public debt. Whatever
the Bills Receivable may be worth, the State
must tak : them at par. It therefore gives
tb*e Blue Ridge Ring $1,800,000 to cancel
a questionable obligation lu the shape of a
guarantee; which obligation, if the State be
liable, would not become due until the ma?
turity of the bonds, many years hence. And
if tbe State pays the debts of the road, it is
surely entitled to take the franchises, road?
bed and equipment of the company, upon
which it has a mortgage to secure it from
loss under the very guarantee under which
the Ring demand their $1,800,000. Yet the
Blue Ridge bill expressly releases the mort?
gage, and gives the Ring the road, freed
from every claim, as wail as nearly two mil?
lions of money. That the bill is a huge
swindle is sufficiently shown by the fact that
its passage cost the Ring in the neighbor?
hood of two hundred thousand dollars.
The Greenville Bill.
Governor Scott vetoed the Blue Ridge
Swindling bill on Saturday, and the bill was
immediately passed over the veto in both
houses. ThiB was done in accordance with
the understanding believed to exist between
the Executive and the Legislative Ring. It
was thought best to put Governor Scott in a
position to declare that he did what he could
to defeat the swindle, and, as the bribes
given the members of the House and Senate
paid for all the voting which might be neces?
sary to make the bill a law, there was no
danger that the Ring would suffer any hurt.
Governor Scott points .with pride to his Pick?
wickian veto; the members of the L?gisla?
ture pocket their bills receivable; the Ring
secure their bill, and, for the -beggarly sum
of $13,000, obtain entire control of an un?
encumbered railroad which costs the people
of the State nearly four millions of money.
It worked like a charm, and so pleased
are tbe members of the Legislature with
their success that they are already discuss?
ing another job of the same description as
that which has enabled them to pay their
board bills without recourse to Mr. Treasurer
Parker. This second railroad scheme is a
bill to authorize the issue of a million
dollars in bills receivable to redeem theguar
anteed bonds of the Greenville and Columbia
Railroad. Bad as it is, the last bill is better
than the first. The Blue Ridge bill gives
the Ring $1,800,000 to pay off debts which
do not exceed one-half that amount; but the
Greenville bill gives tho company one mil?
lion, in exchange for guaranteed bonds to
the amount of $1,550,000.'- Both bills, how?
ever, are radically unjust, and the passage
of the one cannot justify the passage of the
other. Two wrongs do not make a right.
We chink that the people may rest assured
that the Greenville hill will not pass. The
Blue Ridge bill went through both houses by
an almost unanimous vote, because nearly
every member of the Legislature was bribed
to support it And as the Greenville bill, so
far aB we know, stands upon its merits, it
may be expected to die the death which
awaits all important measures in which the
members of the Legislature are not pecuni?
That Pickwickian Veto!
Governor Scott makes some strong points
in his message vetoing the Blue Ridge bill ;
but he omits the damaging frets that the
Ring receive about double the amount of the
debts which they are to pay, and that the
State, besides furnishing the means for dis?
charging the debts of the road, relinquishes
the State lien upon the road, which hen was
to secure .the State against loss in the event
that, as endorser of the Blue Ridge bonds,
the State was called on to pay the liabilities
of the road. The State, under the Blue
Ridge bill, pays every dollar of the debt of
the road, and abandons all claims upon the
property and franchises of the company.
In one particular the veto message of Gov?
ernor Scott is sufficiently satisfactory. As it
is evident that the Executive ls not a care?
ful reader of THE CHARLESTON NEWS, weean
find some excuse for the blunders he has
committed. It is presumptive evidence of a
folly verging on lunacy to deliberately ex?
clude oneself from the benefits of intelligent
criticism, but if Governor Scott had glanced
at THE NEWS any time since the first Blue
Ridge bill was introduced, he would not have
the hardihood to say that "the entire press
"of the Slate has been silent" on the sub?
ject. Governor Scott knows very well that
the Legislature passed the kill by "more
"than a three-fourths vote" because money
was lavishly used to secure its passage. Why
some of our contemporaries have touched
the bill 80 lightly we do not pretend to ex?
plain, but THE CHARLESTON NEWS, at least,
bas discharged its duty towards the people.
- Returning to the main question, we ask
Governor Scott to give some practical turn
to his very pretty words. Mr. Attorney
General Chamberlain and Governor Scott
can smash this Blue Ridge Biog if they are
so inclined. This will help "the victims or
"misplaced confidence," as Governor Scott
dubs the bondholders, far more than a score
of special messages.
President "WatUey and the Lease.
As we did not suppose that the President
and Directors of the Central Railroad of
Georgia, in their official capacity, were con?
nected with the effort to secure possession of
the South Carolina Railroad, we are not in
the least surprised that Mr. Wadley should
deny that any such project has been con?
ceived or entertained by his Board of Di?
rectors or by bim as President. The priuci
pal purchasers of the South Carolina Rail?
road stock are Directors of the Central
Road, and whether they acted as self-ap?
pointed agents of the road, or only intended
to sell out to'lhat'road whenever they had
fairly obtained control or the South Carolina
Railroad, malters very little to the Charles?
ton public. Before U3 is tho broad fact that a
clique a? e striving to beg, borrow or buy a
majority of the stock of thu road, and that
their purchases are not made with any view
to Ihe benefit of Charleston. This is all that
we care to know. And it is enough to spur
the people on lo fresh efforts to retain im?
movably, in the City and State, a control?
ling majority of the stock of the railroad
which is our stay and strength, and main
means of existence. The following is Mr.
Wodley's card, us printed in the Savannah
Nms of Saturday:
"CENTRAL RAILROAD BAKR-, )
"SAVANNAH, GA., March 1, 1872. J
"I have recently learned through a lrlend,
what seems to be confirmed by an ankle in
your issue of this day, that it ls still believed
by many persons in Augusta and Charleston
tbat the Central Railroad Company is in some
way connected with an effort to secure the
possession or control of the South Carolina
Railroad. As these impressions are so persist?
ently retained, lt ls, perhaps, due to the stock?
holders of both companies that I should notice
"Ihe ample fact is that no such project has
been conceived or entertained, either by the
Board of Directors of this Company, or by me
as its President.
"The first information on the subject reached
the Board and the President through the
'.'Marleston newspapers, and this was only met
with the expression of astonishment that a
rumor so entirely unfounded had taken Buch
possession of the public mind In the City of
Charleston. Wu. M. WADLET, President."
paroxysmal ma'adles which are characterized by
heat and cold, prevail extensively at this season;
and lt ls a curious fact that In many parts ol the
country where they are prevalent, other diseases,
that bear no general resemblance to fever and
ague, or remittent fever, a-Bume a periodic type.
Thus, In many tectious infested with chills and
ft ver, rheumatism, neuralgia, hysteria, diarrhoea,
4c, sometimes become intermittent, thereby in?
dicating that they have been engendered by the
same poisonous exhalations which produce the
ll ra ttl) a nj ed disease.
In all these masked cases of ague-for such
they a: e-as well as In the regular Inte; mitten ts,
tte most safe and reliable remedy that can be ad?
ministered ls HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS.
Neither quinine nor arsenic are needed. Both
are in ihe highest degree dangerous, and are sure
to leave ?-ad traces of their po'ionous action In
the system, whether they arr'st the paroxysms
or not In many Instances all the so- caliea specih cy
or the "regular" materia medica utterly falito
"break up" intermittent and remirent disorders.
BOC the great vegetible ionic never fails. The
spasms of the min uta blood vease.s which causea
the chill ls tie, result or nervous weakness, pio
duced by the debilitating op?ration of an un?
wholesome atmosphere, and the tone and vigor
given to the nervous system by the Bitters enable
lt to throw off the disease. The wiser policy,
however, ls to anticipate attacks of thia nature by
arousing all the latent energies or the body at the
commencement of the most moist and chilly sea?
son with thia incomparable antidote. By pursuing
this course, intermitteuts, remittents, rheuma?
tism, colic, biliousness, dyspepsia and pulmonary
affections may always be prevented.
Geologlcnl Surveys and Maps promptly and
exactly executed Phosphate and M in lu g Pro?
perties reported upon, and Working Plans tur
ntshe'. Separat ug and Metallurgical Proc?s
NIB adapted to Ore Dr posits. Special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES Of FERTIL1ZKRS,
Drups. Ores, Minerals, 4c LABUKATORY,
decZjJ-stuthomo No. 28 George street.
TTO A. MOSES, PH. D.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA DEMOCRACY
OF 1ST2 !
'HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY C
EDWARD F. STOKES, a Graduate of the
University of Cambridge, an American Citizen
and a National Democrat or South. Carolina, win
deliver a Political Speech, at City Square, on
TUESDAY NIGHT, at hilf past 7 o'clock.
The people of Charleston are respectfully In
vlted to hear him._mch4-2?
MONTHLY UNION FOR PRAYER.
The Monthly Meeting for Prayer of the
Otrurches of all denomination will be h'ld at
Trinity Charon, Hasel street, THIS AFTERNOON,
March 4, at half-past 4 o'clock. Subject: "An
Increase of Faith," Luke 17, 5. Rev. W. s. BOW?
MAN ls expected to preside._mch4
PALMETTO ENCAMPMENT, No. 1, L 0.
O. P.-Tbe Regalar Meeting- or this Fn
campment will be held THIS EVENING, an odd
Fellows' Hall, at 7 o'clock. Members are request?
ed to be punctual. E JNO. WHITE,
SOLOMON'S LODGE, No. 1, A. F. M.
The Regular Monthlv Communication of
this Lodge will be held at D?lmes'? Lyceum. THIS
EVENING, at 7 o'clock. Brethren and candidates
will take due notice and govern themse.ves ac-1
By order W. M. R. H. WERNER.
ST. JOSEPH'S LATIN SOCIETY.-THE
members of thia Society are requested
to attend the Regular Monthly Mee leg, at Hiber?
nian Hall, on THIS (Monday) EVENING, 4th mst,
at quarter-past 7 o'clock.
By order orPre-ldeot.
mehi-?_JOHN MORRISON, Secretary.
AMEETING OF THE MECHANICS'
Union. No. 1, of Charleston, will be held
THIS EVENING at the Eagle Fire Company's Hall
By order D. B. HASELTON, President.
mehi-? _R. EVANS, Secretary.
PALMETTO REGATTA CLUB.-AT
TEND the Annnil Meeting of your Club,
'mis (Monday) EVENI.NO, at hair-past 7 o'clock.
CHAS S. JKRVEY,
m ch4-*._._Acting Secretary.
r^ERMAN RIFLE CLUB.-THE REG?
\JT LAR Monthly Meeting or the Olubtakis
plac? THIS EVENING, BI B o'clock, at Llndstedt's
HalL By order. R. ISSERTEL,
WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY
RIFLE CLUB-The Regular Monthly
Meeting or this Club will be held THIS EVENING,
at 7 o'clock. By order of the President.
W. W. SIMONS.
mch4-l_Secretary and Treasurer. I
PALMETTO STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY.-Attend the Regular Monthly
Meeting or your Company THIS (Monday) EVEN- I
INO, UM4th Instant, at the Hail of tte Vigilant
Flra Company, at 7 o'clock precisely. A fa l at-1
tendance lsreqaisted. m
By order ol the President. E. A. ROTE,
mehi_Secretary P. s. F. E. Co.
CHARLESTON MECHANIC SOCIETY.
A Monthly Meeting of the Charleston Me?
chanic Society will be held at the Rifle Club Hall,
ovo: Messrs. Wilsons' Grocery on King street; I
THIS (Monday) EVENING, the 4th inst., at 7
o'clock-. JOSEPH GUY. I
mcli4_Secretary t M. S.
ATTENTION I CHARLESTON RIFLE?
MEN.-The Regular Mon; h ly Meeting of
your Club will be held at Wekklug's Hall, corner!
of King and Society streets, THIS (Monday) EVEN-1
ING, at half past 7 o'clock, sharp. Be punctual, I
as there wi i be some ic ci ou taken relative to the
By order. HENRY CA RN ion AN,
mch4_;_Secretary C. R. 0.
WANTED, A COM PETENT ~WHITE
Chambermaid; good references required. I
Apply at this offlce._mch4-m*2*
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO DO
the Cooking and Washing fer two persona
No one need app y unless thoroughly competent, I
and willing to work and make herself generally I
useful. To such an oue good wages ana a com-1
lortalle home will te given. Apply at No. M I
King street, below Broad, east side, between the I
hours or 9 and ll A. M., or 3 acd 6 P. M. gCM
WANTED, A SERVANT TO ATTEND
upon a child and make herself generally I
use;ul. Apply at No. :3 coming btreet, third do r
below Wentworth._mcli4-l? I
YT7" ANTED, SEVERAL LADIES OF
Vjr experience for a New Fancy Business. I
Goon wages auu board will be given. Apply to I
F., DAILY NEWS. .._mch4-i?
YTTTANTED, GENTLEMEN OF A?ERCAN
TT TILE experience for Culvert, Texa?. Sala-1
ry,fro:: $lcoo, gold, and upward. Apply, with I
relercnce, P. u. Box No, 30._mch-t-l*
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
make herself ?enera ly useful. Apply at
Nu. 438 King Btreet, third door above Hudson
Tl/ ANTED, ONE HUNDRED PERSONS
VV toknuw that New Bedsteads are stiling I
at $: 60 to $4 60ac No. 45 Wentworth stree', be
tween King and Meeting streets_mch4-2?
WANTED. A GOOD COOK FOR A
small family. Good recommendations re I
quirt d. Apply at No. 5 Legate street. }
WANTED, AN ACTIVE COLORED
Woman as house set vant. None need ap?
ply who are not well recommended. No. 8 Rut
AYOUNGMAN WISBES A SITUATION
as Salesman or Bookkeeper In a Wholesale
Grocery. Address "K," NEWS office. feb28 6?
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House in the central or western I
part of the city. Address "Q," at thia office, atat
ag location, terms, AC _feb8
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warranted I
Sewing Machine tn the market la the HOME SHUT?
TLE, price $26 and $37. Can be st-eu at tbe Gene
rai Agency, No. 61 Hasel street, oppo tte Express
Ogee. T. L. BlsSELL._jani2-amo
WANTED, A PLEASANT HOME AND
board In a private family (not a private
boarding-house) by a gentleman, wife and one
child. .-ai Isl ac to ry references will be furnished aa
to the character a..d responsibility of the advert?
ser, who simply desire? a quiet, respectable and
comfortable home. Address B. W. T. at the office
of THE NEWS, stating location and terms, which I
must be reasonable. _tebiO
WANTED, EVERYONE TO KNOW
that FLETCHER A GURNEY, at the Little I
Store around the Corner, No. 93 Market street,
have constantly on hand a ?splendid assortment I
ot New York and Domestic POULTRY, GAME
AND EGGS. I
POULTRY AT THIRTY CENTS A POUND.
Also a very fine lot of Sugar-Cured Hams,
Extra Prime Gothen and Family and Country
Butter, Beef and Pork sausages, Cheese, Should?
ers, Sides, Dips, ('ellery, Eggs and Lard. GAME
a specialty. Their motto : The Beat and cheap?
est. Remember-the Little Store round the Corner. I
FOR SALE, A VALUABLE LOT, WITH
good Dwei lng and necessary outbuildings,
in Village of Oslnhoy.St. Thomaa Parish. Apply
to T. 0. BALL, Oakley Station, Northeastern Kail.
HORSES AND . MULES.-JUST RE?
CEIVED from Kentucky four car loads
oi substantial MULES and BOUSES, suitable for
plantation, distillery, lumber and geue al work.
The terms of sale will be made very easy. This I
stock has been purchased for us by our expert- I
euced travelling agent, who has selected lt with
a v.ewto the wants of this and adjoining mar?
kets. Every animal guaranteed, and returned If
not what lt ls represented to be. R. GRAHAM A
FOR SALE, A LOT OF FINE KEN
TUCKY MULES, at low prices. Can be Been
at M. HOGANAOII.'S StableB, northwest-corner
King and Spring streets. feb28-6?
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS in large or small quantities.
Price 60 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
ollloe of THE NEWS._mavis !
ROOMS TO RENT, IN A CENTRAL
and pleasant locality, furnished or unfur
insiied, wita or without board. Inquire at this
TO RENT, THE RESIDENCE No. 65
Klug street, west Bide, containing 6 square
nod a attic rooms, double piazzas, cistern, well
aud kitchen. To an approved tenant the rent
win be moderate. Apply at the Mansion House,
Broad street. _nicrU-mwf-8*
Cost ono jfanno._
F^L>UND7ATTHE MASKED BALL, ON
Thursday night, one Lady's Broach and
one Watch Key, which may be had by calling at
Mr. F. ANSEL, No. 127 Calhoun st net. mch4
P . WALL,
j^CiDEMT OF M?SIC.
HES. JAB. A OATES.Lesee and Manageress
Important Announcement. First Appearance
this Season in Charleston or tbe Favorite
par excellence or me Sooth,
MBS. JAS. A. OATES,
FAMOUS COMIC OPERA COMPANY
ONS WEEK ONLY.
Commencing MONDAY EVENING. March 11th,
With Planche's Great Comic Operatic Extrava
AND BIS GIFTED SERVANTS.
And throughout the week presenting Nightly
Changes or Programme.
New Pieces, New Costumes, New Company
Everything Brilliant and Recherche.
49*Further particulars in rature advertise
mente and programmes.
?y The sale or Reserved seats will commence
on Thursday morning, the 7th instant, mehi
^CADEM? OF MUSIC
? NEIL WARNER,
THE ENGLISH TRAGEDIAN,
?*? Assisted by
Miss GRACE BAWLINSON,
will have the honor ot appearing in their cele
brated Dramatic representations on TUESDAY
EVENING, March 5,1872.
Admission to Orchestra and Dress Circle, 7fi
cents; Family Circle, 50 cents; Gallery, 2& cents,
No extra charge for reserved seats.
Box Ofllce open Tuesday morning, 6th instant,
at nine o'clock. For full particulars, see Pro
OADEMY OF MUSIC.
FOI TWO EVENINGS.
FRIDAY AND .SATURDAY, March 8th and 9th.
Return or those Great Favorites,
WILLIAM HORACE LINGARD,
ALIJE DONNING (Lingard,)
And their Superb Company, In
TWO MAGNIFICENT ENTERTAINMENTS.
Entire change of programme from that gives
Admission $1, soc. anl 26c. Reserved SeatB
$125. On sale Tuesday morning at Greer's Music
Store, corner King and Beaufain streets, and at
the Mina House.
Full particulars In future advertisements.
pLANTERS'AND MECHANICS' BANK
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
SAYINGS . D E P A RTMENT.
This Bank is now prepared (by the terms of its
amended charter) to RECEIVE DEPOSITS- in
such sums as may be offered, and allow Interest
upon them at the rate of six per cent, per ann cm,
the Interest to be added to deposits at stated pe?
riods, and thus form a parc or the principal, or
paid to the depositor, whichever may bo pre
lerred. WM. E. HASKELL,
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
CHARLESTON, January 20,1872.
The attention or Depositors In the Savings De?
partment 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 further security, the capital of the
Company, which ls liable for their Deposits and
thc interest thereon.
Interest at the rate or six per cent, per annum,
either paid In cash QUARTERLY, or passed to
credit and compounded. F. A. MITCHELL,
J^O. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO AFLOA%
20 tons No. 1 Chincha Island PERUVIAN GUANO,
best quality, lauding, and lor sale by
W. B. SMITH A CO ,'
mch4-l Napier's Range.
PURE PERUVIAN (Chincha Island) GUANO,
Just received per schooner Fannie Elder, direct
from the Peruvian Government Agents, and lor
sale by GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO., Factors,
mclu-io Agents fur Peruvian Guano.
1400 barrels warranted Pure Nova Scotia LAND
PLASTER. For Bale by
HERMANN BULWINKLE, Kerr's Wharf.
MSHWITZ'3 PATENT PULVER Z NO HARROWS
Bi inly'a Rlcefleld and other Ploughs
Dow Law and other Cotton Planters
McSherrie's Champion Rice Drills.
LITTLE GIANT CORN MILLS,
Corn Shellera and Hay Cutters.
No. 61 East Bay, South of the Postofflce.
TBE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF RICHLAND.-COURT OF COM?
MON PLEAS.-SALLIE P. McCOLLUM, Plaintiff,
against ROBERT MoUOLLUM, Defendant.-Copy
summons lor Relief, complaint not served.-To
the Defendant, ROBERT MCCULLUM : You are
hereby summoned and required to answer the
complaint in this action, which ls flied In the office
of the ClerK of Common Pleas, for the said coun?
ty, and to aerve a copy of your ans * er tu the
sala complaint on the auoBcrioerB at tbetr office,
at Columbia, within twenty days alter the service
hereof, exclusive of the day of such service; and
ll yon fall to answer the complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in tata action will ap?
ply to tue court lor the relief demanded In the
Dated February 17, 1872.
MONTEITH lc BAUSKETT,
feb28-m6 _ Plaintiff's Attorneys.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
CHARLESTON COUNTY-In the Common
Pleas.-MAKTHA B. BECKETT, as Executrix of
the Will of WILLIAM BECKETT, deceased, vs. S.
J. AUSTIN, S. L. ANDREWS and GEO. G. KEN?
NEDY, i-urvlvlng partners o? the Firm or AUSTIN,
ANDREWS A CD.
To GEO. G. KENNEDY, a Defendant in this ac?
tion : You are hereby summoned to answer ihe
complaint m thia aotlon, which ls bled la the
office ol the clerk of the Court of Common Pleas
fur the said County, aud to serve a copy of your
aus wer on the SUOBCI Ibers, at the Courthouse,
Charleston, within twenty days alter the service
of this summonB, exclusive ol the day of service.
II yon fall to answer this complaint within tbe
time nereln speclfled, tbe plaintiff will lake Judg?
ment against you lor tbe sum ol uve hundred
dollars, with interest at the rate of seven per
cent, per annum, from the 81st day ol December,
one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight,
CHAMBERLAIN, SEABROOK A DUNBAR,
A. C. RICHMOND, 0. C. P.-LL.8.J
January 2, 1872.
To the Derendant, UEO. G. KENNEDY: Take
notice that tue summons lu thia actloo, or which
the foregoing ls a copy, was flied la the office or
the Clerk or the Court of Common Pleas, for the
County of Chorletton, on the seeond day of Janu?
CHAMBERLAIN, SEABROOK ? DUNBAR,
Courthouse, Charleston, S. 0.
January 20, 1872. Jan22-me
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO?
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By J. L. LUNSFORD,
Jobs Smith Street, north of Wentworth.
gfrocerieg, CiipttTg, Ut.
QHOIOE D. S. SEDES.
80 boxes Choice D. S. 0. R. SIDES, landing e
steamer Maryland. For sale by
mc;i4-2_HENRY COBLA A CO.
QOAL1 COAL! COAL I
200 tons very best R. A. Parlor and Stove COAL,
for sale at the reduced price or $10 per ton, de?
li Vf red, by JULIU* A. BLAKE,
mch4-8_ * Boyce's Wharf.
QOAL! COAL I AT $10.
276 tonB Superior RED ASH EOQ and STOVE
COAL, lauding per achooner E. A. Hooper, and
for sale at $10 per ton, by
mob2-3_No. 2 Wharf street.
JJUBE SEED BICE.
1000 bushels very Pure SEED RICE.
For sale by JAMES R. PEINOLE A SOB.,
mchl-lmwlmo No. Badger's Wharf.
will be fold at low figures, in lots of one Ton
and upwards, ready sacked for shipment.
UEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO., factors,
Corner Hayne and Church streets,
feb29-mwf6 Charleston, 8. 0.
mEAS 1 TEAS 1 TEAS !
Our customers can be assured that we will not
be undersold hy any house in the price and quali?
We are now cn erin g a better article at One Dol?
lar per pound than la sold in other King street
stores at twenty-five cents per pound more.
We buy TEAS In larger quantities, and more
direct, than any omer houBe.
Our TEA sales will average double that of any
other house in Charleston.
Call and get samples.
We have made a speolaity of TEA for a number
of years, and can sell at a closer profit than any
NO. 306 KING STREET.
English Gooseberries (In glass)
English Plums (damsons)
English Oreen Gages - 1
Engl'sh Cherries ^
English Red Currants
English Black Currants.
A fnll assortment of English JAMS, JELLIES
AC, Ac, at
WILSONS' QB OC BET,
NO. 30? KING STREET.
rjp EA S ! TEAS! TEAS!
A FRESH ARRIVAL
LINLEY'S CHEAP STOBE,
NO. 100 KING STREET.
Ten hilf chests
FANCY CROP YOUNG HYSON,
Guaranteed to please the most fastidious taste,
AT MY USUAL PRICE, SO WELL KNOWN.
Warranted superior m power and delicacy of
flavor to any TEA sold in other First.ci ass Stores
at from $175 to $2 per pound, and only to be
LINLEY'S CHEAP STORE,
NO. 190 KING STREET,
At the singularly low price of
$1 50 PER POUND.
DON'T FORGET THAT THIS TE1 IS GUARAN?
A Full Line of other kinds and gradea constant?
ly on hand, aa cheap aa they can be bought else?
Notices in BankrnpirTj.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
USlTiSD STATES. FUR THE EASTERN DIS
IKICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA-In tue matter of
ROBERT MARTIN, Bankrupt-In Bankrupt?
cy.-To whom lt may Concern: The undersigned,
hereby gives notice of his appointment as As?
signee of ROKERT MARTIN, or Allendale, in
the County of Barnwell, and State of South Caro?
lina, within taid District, who has been ad?
judged a bankiupt upon his own petition, by
the District Court of said District.
Dated at Charleston, the 2d day of March, A.
D. 1872. D. B. G1LLILAND,
IN TBE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
in the matter of GEORGE W. PARKER A EDWIN
B. POND, Copartners, cs PARKER A POND, Of
Charlearon, Bankrupts.-Petition for full and
final discharge in Bankruptcy. Ordered, that a
hearing be bad on the FIFTEENTH DAY OF M ASCII
at Federal Courthouse In Charleston, S. C., and
thal all creditors, Ac.of said Bankrupts appear at
Bald time and place, and show canso, ir any they
can, why the prayer of the petitioners should not
be granted. And that a meeting of creditors of
said Bankrupts will be held at the.offlce of JULIUS
C. CARPENTER. Esq., Registrar of Second Con
&resstonal District, S. C. on FOURTEENTH PAY OF
[ABOH, 1872, at 12 M.
By order of the Court, the 10th day oT January,
1872. DANL. HORLBEOK,
Clerk of the District Court of the united States
for South Carolloa. _ ?eb28-m8
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CHARLESTON CQUNTY.-Certlflcate of Lim?
ited Partnership between THEODORB G. BOAG,
or the Olty of Charleston, in the c.un ty and
Sta e aforesaid, and ANDREW M. JACKSON, of
Augusta, lu the State or Georgia.
To all whom these Presenta shall come they are
to certify that agreeably to the act of the Gene?
ral Assembly, of the St ate aroreBaid, entitled An
Act to authorize the formation of Limited Part?
nerships, passed on the 20th day of December,
1837 ; aud another, entitled An Act to extend the
duration of An Act authorizing the formation of
Limited Partnerships, passed on the 18th day of
December, 1848; and another Act extending the
same until repealed, passed on the20thday of
December, I860, THEODORE G. BOAG, of the
City or Charleston, in the County and State afore?
said, and ANDREW M. JACKSON, ot Augusta, m
tne state of Georgia, have formed a Limited Part?
nership, as follows:
First. The Partnership ls to be condncted under
the name or tirm of THEODORE G. BOAG.
second. The general nature of the business in?
tended to be transacted la that or a General Fac?
to! age and Commission Business, In the said City
Third. ANDREW M. JACKSON, residing In the
i tty or Augusta, In the State of Georgia ls the
Special Partner, and THEODORE G. BOAG, re?
siding in the City Charleston and State aforesaid,
ls the General Partner.
Fourth. The said ANDREW M. JACKSON, the
Special Partner, haa contributed in cash the full
and just sum of Five 'ihousand Dollars to the
Fifth. The said Partnership to commence on
the twenty-fourth day or January, 1872. and will
terminate on the first day of January, 1878.
In wltuess whereof the Bald Partners have
hereunto set their banda aud seals, at Charleston,
this, the twenty-fourth .day of January, A. D. 1872.
THEO. G. BOAG. [JUS.]
A. M. JACKSON, [ila.]
Signed, sealed and delivered m the presence of
R. S. DU" 7T?, E. M. WHITING. Jan26-3?
93totttit9t ?P?jggfc ***
I, AND BELLIES.
?0 hhds. Onoice Smoked 0. R. SIDES and SHOUL?
?0 ibexes choice D. S. 0. R. Sides iud Shoulders
15 ITO xe? Choice Nev Yorks. C Strips
15 ooxes Clio ce D. S. 9. 0. Bellies. _
Landing and In Store, and for sale on reasona?
ble term? by LACKEY, ALEXANDER A 00.
gUGAB HOUSE S YE UP, BACON, Ac..,
60 hbds. 9 H. SYRUP (?o arriveperG?ll Stream}
- boxes Prime Shoulders .
- half barrels No. i Mackerel ,
- bbls Mess Pork . . . . -.
- bales Twine.' . "
For sale low by JULIUS A. BLAKE,
mch4 2_Boyce's Wharf.
PRIME WHITE COEN LANDING.
s :oo bushels Prime wrote CORN, in Balk, Cargo
Schooner on Fraser's Wharf. For sale by
? rachi-2 ; JOHN CAMPSEN ACO?
?JOAL! COAL! COAL!
300 tons Superior Bed Ash. Egg and stove
COAL, now landing, which will be sold low by
applying to F. P. 3EIGNIOUS,
Corner East Bay and Hasel street, east side.
ALSO, ?* ? 7
60 tons White Ash Steam COAL.. mch4-3
JJACON, LABD, POTATOES.
40 hods. Choice WESTERN 0. R. SIDES
30 hhda Choice Western smoked Shoulders
36 tierces Davis's Diamond and Beargrasa Bams
loco assorted packages Pore Leaf Lard
760 bbis. Selected Potatoes.
Landing, and in atore, and for sale by
mch2-3 ; BERNARD O'NEILL. East Bajft
JgUTTER! BUTTER! BUTTES 1
. Gilt Edge BUTTER. Also, Goshen and Western*
lu store and for sale low by
moh2-2_No. 209 East Bay.
QOAU BED ASH COAL!
100 tons best Red Asb, parlor and Stove COAL,
est received per schooner G. c. Morris. For aale
qaantles to snit purchasers.
THOS. S. BUDD,
feb29-thsm8?_No. 16 Boyce's Wharf.
IJO AL I COAL! 0 0 ALI
100 tons Best SYDNEY COAL, In lots to Bolt par
chasers, for aale oheap to close consign men t.
Apply to HENRY CAED,
m febs_Accommodation wnai L.
LITERPOOL SALT, in fine sacks. and good or?
der, for sale m lots to suit purchasers. '
febS RAVENEL & CO.
gALT! SALT! SALT! '
?860 sacks Liverpool SALT, sow landing from
Bark Windermere, for sale cheap from Wharf in
lots to Bult purchasers.
Apply to HENRY GARB, .
.J^ORTH CAROLINA COEN WHISKEY.
at $3 per Gallon, a Specialty. Guaranteed PUTA
at WELCH'S GROCERY.
Goods delivered free of charge, - declf
gUGAS AND1 MOLASSES.
78 bhds. New Orleans SUGAR
.48 hhda Demerara sugar
146 btris. Nsw Orleans M?lasses.
ta Blore and for sale by O. P. WE IT EES, ...
Jan24 _;_Ha 189 East Bay.
Sp* 1 PEEUVIAN^CBINOHA LSLA??D)
160 tons No. 1 PERUVIAN (Chincha Island)
GUANO, warranted pure, and up to standard. ?
F?rjale by HERMANN BUL WINKLE,
ftbi7 _Ken's Wharf.
QHEAP HAMS! CHEAP HAMS!
DAVIS'S DIAMOND HAMS, 160 per pound.
New York UnbaggedTlg Hams, sew and war?
ranted, at 12^0 per pound.
At W. H. WELCH'S,
Corner Meeting and Market streets.
Goods Delivered Free of Charge._
2JAISLNS AT REDUCED PRICES.
Whole Boxes LAYERS at $8 25.
Half Boxes Layers at $2 60.
Quarter Boxes Layers at fl 26.
At W. H. WELCH'S.
.pACON, FLOUR, Ac.
Choice BACON 0. R. AND SHOULDERS,
.- Choice Dry Salt Mt ats,
Barrel Pork, Pish,
Axle Grease, Ac, Ac.
Choicest Brands WESTERN S. 0. HAMS, can;
vas sed. Also Breakfast Bacon constantly on?
he nd. ?<
We Invite purchasers to examine our Stock. -
MACQUEEN A RIECKE, ?
Nos. 21 and 28 Vendue Baogtf '
?JOGNAC AND LA BOCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IN U. S. BONDED STORES. * '
A TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY,
Offer for sale from U. S. Bonded Warehouse. '
Oholoe COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT
various vintages, ia . ;
Caaes of one dozen bottles each.
QH01CE WHITE MILLING COEN AND
FLOUR, LASHING THIS DAY.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale Invoices Choice WHITE MILLING CORN and>
Extra FLOUR, landing this day._
JJAEMONY'S SHERRY WINK
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. no East Bay, oller for
sale aa invoice of Choice HARA ;NY's PALE
SHERRY WINE._A. TOBIAS' SONS.
QHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI ? CO., Ko. 110 East Bay, oiler for
sale an m voice of Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di?
rect from Factory In Havana.
IEE OE ACKERS.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale an Invoice of FIRE CRAOKEHS, landing this
VINEGAR, PRUNE8, WHITE WTNER
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White wine, imported direct from
J^NGLISH PORTEE AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, Agents of Messrs. Edward A
GeorgeiHlbbert, of London, offer for sale Hibbert's
PORTER and Bass's PALE ALE-pints and
rjHE UNEQUALLED MACHINE.
The HOME SHUTTLE uses the straight Needle,
makes the lock stitch, (alike on both? Bides,) has
self-adjusting tension, and 1B.the only first-class
low price sewing M?came In the market adapted
for every variety of sewing from muslins to
heaviest cloths. Price $20 and. $87.
Agents wanted. .Send stamp for circular and
sample of Sewing. T. L. BISSELL,
janll-hnwemo Charleston, 8. 0.
F. C U B~T~ I S,
(SDCUS&SOB TO E. N. BaoDLK,)
LUMBER AND TIMBER DEALER,
WEST END BBOAD STREET,
CHABLBSTOM, S. 0.
On hand, and receiving, a general assortment ol
EDISTO RIVER LUMBER AND TIMBER,
YELLOW PINE LUMBER AND TIMBER?
CDT TO ORDER.
AGENT FOB MILLS.