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BEULIN, January 19:-At the at?n?sl
banquet of the Order* Of . tire Bl?ofc
Eagle, the Bavarian Mirrie tot toasted
Emperor Wilhelm to bo tue conqueror.
LONDON, Jun nary \ 19. A terrible ex
Slosion occurred in a cartridge factory in
Iroenwicb, yesterday evening. / Tho
clothing of a largo number pf girls em?
ployed in the, factory toole fire, and they
rushed shrieking through the town and
into the surrounding marshes, in hopee
of quenching the flames.- The factory
was totally destroy edt
ROME, January 19.-Tho Pope was
taken suddenly ill on-Wednesday.
PARIS, January 19.-It. ls rumored
ThierB threatens to resign if the pro?
posed raw material- tarin* is rejected.
The reputed cession of the tobaooo mo?
nopoly, in order to secure the immediate
payment bf tho war debt is contradicted.
I American Intelliaenre..
WASHINGTON, January 19.-Tho HOUHO
ia diso?Saidg' the n\\owing Edwards, of
Arkansas, farther timo to take testimony.
SAH PBAHOXSC^, January 19.-The Go?
vernor of Sonora sent 1,200 men to as?
sist the Jnariflta to capturo Mazatlan.
ST. Louis, January J9,'-The Senate
bill to pay bonds in currency failed in
the House, by.? vote Of 88 to 88.
A?NAyowj^,, jHb., Tandary^ 19.-The
Di?Awi^?cc^w" George B.
Dennis United- States Senator, which ie
equirrdeut to' his election.
j^vak^o^Tf?, :?$ j?t?ry;19.-?STineteen
members of the Logialaturo hava been
accused of bribery.
ST. LOUIS, January lfl.-^A' da?igerOO
counterfeit of the $3 legal tender ia Cir?
BROOKLYN, - January 19.-Thc small?
pox is decreasing..
WASHINGTON, January 19-Evonihg
Tbe sopor vising steamboat inspectors bo
day approved three steane gauges-Ash
craft's, of Beaton ; G roon woods, of Oin
oin noti; Davis', ol New York. ,[
Greeley doo!ines to aigu tho ball for i
Republican National Convention. H<
wanta to be independent.
The following .?re extracta from thu
forthcoming January report of tho Agri
cultural Department:; The Department ii
now receiving, principally for diatriba
tion- to tho South, in liberal portions
for exp?rimental purposes, improved va
rieties of field acid sugar corn, field an?
garden' peas and beans,. Italian g raaf
bromus and orad in, lucerne; mange
wurzel abd sugar beet, cabbage., am
onion Seeds, &?o- lt, will also receive
during' the present .mooth, fresh seed
of the ramie and jute, plants-the latta
of which canrici be grown suooeaaiuU
North. Oats and barley of . approve
varieties have beten ordered from Soo)
land Sbd Germany, and will be di a tr:
butedin ampl? time for spring sowing
A choice variety of white spring.wheal
grown in Oregon, from seed importe
from Australia, has just been diatr
buted to the North-western States , an
Territories. As there is mnoh inquir
in the Southern States for seed of tb
Japan clover, it is deemed proper 1
?epublioh, from the annual report fe
1869, the following opinion, by tho St
porintendenfc of the Garden and Groom
of the Department. .
"Lespodeza striata, or Japan tyne
clover, is a leguminous plant, that ki
latoly attracted some attention in tl
Southern States aa a forage plant. - It
goorly adapted/to any such use, and m
y any means' wnrthy'of recognition!
the cultivator. . It is a low, hard, woo
ed annual, spreading -freely on sani
and poor soils, wUh very small, soan
The House bill for funding the de
of the city of Washington was passe
Clarke presented, a bill relmburrii
Texas for disbursements for frontier d
Probabilities-An area of rising bar
meter,' with North-west winds andolei
ing weather, will probably extebd <
Saturday from Lake Superior to Fiori
and Westward; North-west winds wi
snow and clearing weather will exte:
Eastward into tho Ohio valley a
Michigan. The lowest barometer w
movo North-cant over New York, and
subsiding area will continuo in t
South Atlantio Staten, moving Nnr!
eastward. Bain will continue on t
Sooth and middle Atlantio coasts duri
the night, followed by clearing weat!
on Saturday afternoon. Bain or sn
will prevail on Saturday from the N
England coast Westward to Lake Hurt
Dangerous winds aro not anticipated
tho evening on the Gulf or Atlas
Nsw ORLEANS, January 19.-In W
mouth's Senate, no quorum; his Hoi
Sassed a resolution, by 48 to 8, that i
[etropolitans lay their rifles aside.
ATLANTA, January 10.-The Legit
ture has adjourned. Warner was c
firmed as Ohief Justice.
CLEVELAND, January 19.-The loss
Younglove, Marsoley & Go., by 1
night's fire, is $100,000. Over 100 wo
men are ont of employment.
OTTAWA, January 19.-A meeting
tbe Dominion Board of Trade discus,
commercial relations between Gani
and the United States, and appointe*
committee to meet the Exeontive Gc
mittee of the National Board at Wa
ACCIDENT AND WARNING.-We ref.
to state that Mr. Richard Parr, one
the Union prisoners) transferred to 1
place, on Friday last, had his arm ba
broken, by ooming in contact with
water tank at Santuo. He was sitti
as we have seen many others impruch
ly do, with his arm resting on tho F
dow-sill and his elbow protruding c
when it came in contact with the ts
The arm was dreadfully broken ab
the elbow, and one bone was foi
three inoh.es through his coat sleeve.
I Union Time
A writer, describing the exodus f
Eden, says: "Th^e devil drove woi
ont of Paradise, bot he could not d
Paradise out of woman." .
of cotton, j tor day, }.\0: bal ea-ry middling
92%. .Bonds 92%, : ? - ? tit,
. PARIS, January 19.rr-Bentos Sf f. 60o.
LIVERPOOL, January?19-ftP.af - Cot?
ton opened firm and is ' now active
uplands 10%; Orle??slO&? Sales of the
week 180,000 bales; export and sp?cula?
tion 28,000; stock 019,000; whereof Ame?
rican is 171,000; receipts' 01,000; of
which American is 31,000; actual export
10,000; shipping ut New Orleans 10 8-16;
shipping at Savannah or Charleston
10%; stock afloat 338,000; whereof Ame?
rican is 169,000.
LavEBPooii, January 19- Evening.
Cotton closed firm-uplands 10%; Or?
leans 10%; shipping at New Orleans ll.
Manchester advicea more favorable.
HAVANA, January 19.-Notwithstand?
ing the decline ab London, augurs are
active, at advanoed prices.
HAVBE, January 19.-Cotton closed
doll-ires ordinaire 1.84%; low middling
NBW YORK, January 19-Noon.-Sales
of ootton for future delivery, last even?
ing, 5,300 bal ca, as follows: January,
2l%; February. 2111-17. 21%,21%, 22,
21 1516; March, 22%, 22^, 22 9-16;
April, 22%, 22%. 22%, 22 18-16; May,
?22 1316, 22%. Pio?r dull and declin?
ing. Wheat and oom quiet and un?
changed. Pork in buyerV favor-new
?mess firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard dolli ?? 9%@
0 7 16. Cotton firm-uplands 22>? ; Or?
leans 22%; Sales'1,950 bales. Freight's
aniet. Stocks strong, but not very ao?
ve. Governments firm, but dull. Mo?
ney 6@7. Gold steady, at 8%. Ex?
change-long 9%; abort 9%.
7 P. M.-Ootton steady; sales 2,665
bales-uplands 22%; Orien OB 22%.
Flour dui! and declining-common to
fair extra email@example.com; good to choice 7.45
(a)9.50. Whiskey unchanged: Wheat
very dull and nominally lower-winter
red Western 1.60(0)1.64. Corn closed
heavy and lower-ohoioe white Southern
80; new and old mixed Western,.afloat,
72@74%. Bice firm, at 8X@8%. Pork
a shade firmer, at 1425@14)50. Lard
firm. Freights steady and easy, at 4@6.
Sterling steady. Gold closed strong, at
9%@9%. Disbursements on aooount of
five-twenties-, $23,500,000, and January
interest nearly $13,000,000. Govern?
ments firm. States firm, especially .Ten?
nessees; new South Carolinas active, at
lo. decline. Tennesseee 66%; ?'new
66%. Virginias 53; new 65. Luutei
ahas 53; new 50; levees' 68(^70. Ala?
bamas 90; 5s 60; Georgias 76; 7e 85.
NorthlCarolinaB 82; new 16%.? . South
Oarolinas 50%; new 29%. Sales of fu?
tures to-day 18,400 bales, aa folioWB:
J^ttiry. , F?broary, .22, 2fcJ?V
22 1-16; March; 22, 22%, 22 1346, 32%,
22 11-16, 22 0-16; April, 28, 2$%,
221546, 22%; May, 23, 231-16, 23%, ' ,
, .OnrciDmATi, January 19.-Flotir ?fej
?ood demand. Corn drooping. Pork
firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard stiff. Bacon firm.
LOUISVILLE, January 19.-Bagging 13
@14. Provisions firm arid active. Fork
13.50. Shoulders? 6%; olear sides 7%:
Lard 10%. Whiskey 87@88.
? ST. Louis, January 19.-Limited ship- ]
ping facilities checks business; prices
; BALTIMORE, January 19.-Flour dull. |
Wheat quiet and steady. Corn-white
Southern active, at C2@G5; yellow 66@
68. Oats dull, at 52@54. Bice quiet,
at email@example.com. Pr?VlBiOhB unchanged.
Whiskey 93. Cotton \strongs-middling
21%@22; receipts 449 bales; sales 650;
stook 2,272; receipts of the week 2,267;
sales 2,783. ,. -
GALVESTON, January 19.-Cotton quito
strong-good ordinary 19%(?U9%;' re?
ceipts 2,143 bales; sales 2,200; stock
47,943; reoeipts of the week 10,710;
SAVANNAH, January 19.-Cotton in fair
demand and held firm-middling 21@
21%; reoeipts 2,954 halos; sales 1.60U;
stock %79,076; reoeipts of the work
19,335; sales 10,000.
NORFOLK, January 19.-Ootton firm
low middling 20%@20%; receipts 800
bales; sales 200; stock 4,204; receipts of
tho week 8,184; sales 700.'
Nsw ORLEANS, January 19.-Cotton
active and firmer-middling 21; receipts
9.4G4 bales; sales 9,000; stook 188,528;
receipts of the week 53,467; sales 35,500.
CHABTJESTON, Ja nu a ry 19.-Colton
advancing-midding 21%; receipts 1,648
bales; sales GOO; stook 36,452; receipts
of the week 12,190; sales 3.GOO.
BOSTON, January 19.-Cotton activo
middling 22%; receipts2,529 bales; sales
500; stock 8,500; reoeipts of the week
11,406; sales 3,50p.
MoBUiE, January 10.---Cotton quiet
middling 21; receipts 2,751 hales; sales
2,500; Stock 64,586; receipts of the week
16,350; sales 11,200.
AUGUSTA, January 19.-Ootton in fair
demand attd prices advanced; receipts
1,575 bales; sales 750; stock 19,260; re?
ceipts of the week 5,525; sales 9,915.
PHILADELPHIA, January 19.-Ootton
very firm-middling 22%; receipts 2,460
WILMINGTON, January 19.-Cotton
firm-middling 21; receipts 129 bales;
sales 26; stock 4,463; reoeipts of the
week 656; sales 339.
FIRE IN WILLIAMSBURG DISTRICT.-We
regret to learn, says the Kingatree Star,
ot the 18th instant, that the dwelling
house of Mr. Thomas M. MoCutohen,
in the neighborhood of Indiantown, was
destroyed by fire on Sabbath ovening
last. The fire originated on tho top of
the building, and was caused by a spark
from tho ohimnoy. Mr. McOatohon's
attention wus first attracted to the fire
by a negro who happened to be passing
along the road at the limo. With the
asnistance of this man, Mr. McOutohen
succeeded in saving his bedding, cloth?
ing and a part of bis furniture
A little gill having noticed that after
her mother's toilet there was invariably
a sprinkling of powder on tho carpet,
obsorved, on seoing the snow, tho other
morning: "See, mamma, the angols have
been using the poudre de rit!"
i E-DiTQSji or TUX VucRsix; In a'parinl Mu?
Radical'program m o that every officer ott*
g*g?d In the publlo servios ?hall lovy black?
mail Upon all who como within their clutches?
I ask, aa Jeremy Diddler would aay, "merely
for information," not with a hope of touching
the ehark-aklhnedfraternity, or of benefiting
In thia County the school teachers baye
been shamefully treated. The School Oom'
miaeioner assured them that their pay waa
certain, and tho funda wore in the banda of
the Oouuty Treaanrer. But the County Trea?
surer eoom a to have learned aome lessons
from Parker's tactics-a new system of book?
keeping. The teacher presents his account;
Mr. Treasurer oan't pay it, but hands it back
to the teacher and tells him to try Mr. Vinson,
hie dork. Slr. Vinson agr?es'to oash it ir the
teacher will knock off fifteen per cent. Teach?
er being bard up to pay bis tax?e-the fifteen
and twenty per oem. ponalty staring bim in
the faoe- he knocks nnder, and the County
Treasurer pays ovsr the amount, minus the
fifteen per cont, bonu? to the poor teaoher,
who, in tarn, paye baok his taxes. Mow.
verily, this looks like a small game; but. as
tho frogs said to the ox when the old fellow
began bis minuet among them, 'Ht may be
fuu to you, but it is death to ns." It is bard
enough upon the County that it should bo
taxed five or six times aa much for collecting
the taxes from an oppressed and plundered
people, bot it is still barder to feel that these
vampires are not con tout wit li one salary but,
ala Corbin, want as m any offices as they have 1
pockets, and commissions- ou everything.
. From the beat information I oan got. moat
or the loaonera- aacouiitfcof thia County have
been B h a ved by t4)fo'Tit?'e??r?r or some of his
Btrikora. Tko te*e1ii?i a***,, potior ally, very
poor ^eoplej?Hlt?y'?ir, ibem/ romaica, who aro
entiroiy depe^aen.tiSjt?a^b'?u; salary ror sup?
port. Is there bo Ia^r "by which tbeao reticent I
officials may toe |mMw diego rg e? lt is use?
less to talk of rb*oT?hrg thom in any other
way. They are proof against ell attacks,
when yon want money,, the Treasury ia
empty; the County Treaburer laya the blame
on Jiilaon ; Jillaon saddles' it on Parker; Par?
ker puta it un Neagle; Neagle packs it on
Kimpton; Eimptou p?tB it ou Scott; Scott
puts it on Chamberlain, and hero goes the
circumlocution office ol "Here's the malt that I
lay in the house that Jack built," over again.
Tlie Lunatic Asylum.
To THE EnrroBS or TUK PHOSXIX: Despite
my indisposition to appear in tho public
prints, it is due to my honor that I should
adopt tho present means of exculpating my?
self from ths responsibility, which you said
editorially, yesterday, in an ar tide entitled
"Another Swindle Exposed-The Lunatic
Asylum and Coal," attaohes to "some of the
regents" of that institution. ;
The bia tory of the transaction yon alluded
to isBUCoinotly this, so far as I am concerned:
At a meeting of the Board of Bogante, held |
on the 8th of September last, Dr. ?naor, the
Superintendent of the Asylum, made a report,
in which, amongst other matters, he called
attention to the faot that.a quantity of coal
faiad been delivered at the asylnm without his
! order, and without the knowledge of the
? steward, and added, that maa much as the
.transaction waa directly in violation of the
j by-law?, which require all purchases for the
institution to be made auder the direction of
the Superintendent, he wished the Board to
adopt some certain pr notice on the subject, in
order that be might govern himself accord?
Inquiry developed the faot that Mosers.
Taylor and Crews, claiming that they had
j heoa appointed by tho Board a committee for
this purpose, had famished the coal in a
quantity said to amount to loo tons. ' Having
no recollection of tbe appointment of any
such committee, and being iu possession of
no oflfmal information to that effect, I noil-1
fled tue Board that I should withhold my ap-1
! proval of the bill when it waa presented; but
moved "that when the bill for the freight ot
the ooal was presented, the Superintendent
ha authorized to endorse the approval of the
i Board upon the eaim>"-regarding this as a
??implo act of justice to tho South Carolina
Itaifroad Company, which had furnished tho
This motion waa adopted, ami, immediately
afterwards,! offered tho following resolution:
j Whereas tho moaning of Section C. of the
I by-l?wa "adopted by the Board of Begonia for
the .government of thia institution, seoma to
haveneen miaintorpreted heretofore:
Resolved, That hereafter the Board will not
pay any billa for the supplies of the institu?
tion, the purohaae of which waa not author?
ized io writing by tho Superintendent.
Upon tho paaaugo of this resolution I called
the yeas and naya, and it waa loat by a voto ot
yeas 2, naya 4- ouo other regent and myself
voting in the affirmative.
This virtually ended the transaction, ao far
aa 1 am concerned. Neither officially, nor
otherwise, do I know how, or when, tho com?
mittee claiming to have boeu authorized to
make tho purchase of the coal waa appointed.
Nor do I now know of whom, or by whom, it
was bought; how much ot it waa delivered at
the asylum, or to other parties, if any at all;
whether it has boan paid forby ibo aay hun, or
by anybody else; or bow mueh, if any, ia on
hand now-except BO far aa I have derived my
information on these subjects from tho com?
munication of Dr. Ensor, published in your
iaauo of yesterday.
I have been preaont at every mooting of tho
Board, as Jar aa my recollection extends,
which has been held during tho past twelve
months; and, whilst courting the must rigid
I scrutiny of all my ofiloial acts, I appeal to the
['record to prove that, in tho discharge ot my
* duties, I nave been actuated wholly by the
most siooero desire io promt.io tho boat inte?
resta of an institution wnioh appeal? alike to
private and public humanity for its protection
and maintenance. HENRY SPARNICK.
THE QBEAT WEST.-Few people really
realizo how many uorea are unoccupied
in tho great Weat. There are eleven
Territories, two or three of which are
twice or three times aa lat gd as all New
England; and it is a small Territory that
is not at least ten times as large as Mas?
sachusetts. Colorado is thirteen times
as large as Massachusetts, while Dakota
and Arizona are half as largo again as
Colorado. The eleven Territories con?
tain over one billion and a quarter nores,
exceeding by nearly two hundred thou?
sand square miles the aggregate territory
of all the present admittod ?States of the
Union. The Territory of Alaska con?
tains 369,539,600 acres.
On the road between Meridian and
Hartford, there is a saloon where deooo
i tions of benzino are passed over ariokety
bar*, at tho small price of ?vo centc
Directly opposite ia a country grave?
yard, where the country for a few milsa
around bury their dead. The hostess of
the saloon has an unfeeling signal on the
side of hor door, as follows: "Key to
the cemetery gate within."
An irresponsible fellow says of a de?
signing spinster that she ia like an army
quartermaster, because it is a part of her
occupation to advertise for "proposals."
ii? "'BttfW JJ?ro?B^??, 1B72.W
. !t: SENATE.
The Sonate met at 12 H., President
Rohster in the Chair.
Mr; Leslie introduced' a hill to estab?
lish a public roud in Barnwell Coqnty.
The petitions of B. H. Knight and
Dr. A. W. Kennedy, for servioes render?
ed the State Arsenal Academy, were read
The following bills were, passed: To
incorporate the Charleston Hook and
Ladder Company; to amend the charter
of the town of Lauoaator; to incorporate
the Broad River Bridge Company of Co?
lombia; to prohibitoonviotsin tho South
Carolina Penitentiary front discharging
labor on private property; joint resolu?
tion to authorise the State Treasurer to
pay the salary of the late Judge Platt to
Mr. Arnim introduced a resolution re?
quiring the Committee,on Finance to re?
port all bills and resolutions relating to
the finances of the State.
At 2 P. M., the Senate adjourned until
Monday, at 12 M.
HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES.
The House met at 12 M., Speaker
Moses in the Chair.
Mr. Corwine introduced a bill to re?
charter the town of Frog Level, and
obange tho name to that of "Enteprise."
Mr. Jamison introduced a bill to in
corppr$to the-. Farmers', Mechanics' bsd
Laborers' Bank,' ol Orangeburg.
MtS. T. A. Davis introduced bills to
I charter the Beef and Pork Company, of
Charleston; to incorporate the Randolph
Enterprise Association, of Charleston.
Mr. Hunter introduced a bill to esta?
blish a Superior Court in the city of
Mr. Long-Bill to amend Section 91
of the Code of Procedure.
Mr. Jamiejon^-Bill to establish a pub?
lic road in OrSggeborg County.
Mr. Byra-Bm to repeal all Acts and
resolutions relative to the issue and
hypothecation bf the bonds and stocks
of this State.
Mr. Wallace-Resolution to appro?
priate Thursday and Friday of caph
week during the session to the reading :
of the Code of Procedure. Laid over.
.Mr. Duncan introduced a bill to in?
corporate the Sparenburg Female Col?
At 2>a P. M., the House adjourned
until Monday next, at 12 M.
The Columbia correspondent of the
Charleston Courier says;
Some time ago, there was introduced
Si the' House a bill to "incorporate tho
rand Council of the Independunt Or?
der of United Brethren of Sooth Caro?
lina. The preamble of the bili is aa fol?
"Whereas the farmer, mechanic and
laborer have but little or no opportu?
nity, by reason of their daily vocation,
tb avail themselves of the benefits do
rived from the free school system, and
wishing, through a charitable and bene?
volent association, to furnish a source
for the general diffusion of knowledge to
that claus of our citizens above alluded
to; therefore," etc.
This apparently innocent document
was referred to the Committee on Reli?
gious and Charitable Institutions, of
which Mr. J. E. Hogood is the Chair?
man. With an innocence that was natural,
the Committee were misled by the spe?
cious preamble, and submitted a favora- !
ble report, under the impression that
the order was what the preamble pur- '
ported it to be. Bot au enterprising j
Republican, who had a keener adapta
bility for nosing ont these things, has |
just ascertained that this United Breth?
ren is nothing more nor less than a kind
of independent Ku Klux organization
outside the Union League, composed of
sworn adherents to tho Governor, and
having for its object tho perpetuation in
power of the present Stato dynasty.
The matter was found out by a promi?
nent State official, who is not in thc
riug, and who attended a meeting of the
ooucern. Prince Rivers, a sable repre?
sentative from Edge?eld, is the grand
chief of this dusky Ku Klux, and none
but sworn friends of Oov. Scott aro to
bo admitted to its conclaves. There is a
chance for Major Merrill, Mr. Corbin
and Judge Bond-a veritablo conspiracy
of the worst order, and the strong arm
of the Government, which has been
stretched over this laud of ours for the
past six months, will lind moro work, if
it is in earnest. Tho only way in which
Gov. Scott and his Ku Klux can avoid
indictment, is to pledge the order to the
support of Grant. It is stated that the
new Ku Klux will bo armed with State
arms and paid out of "monies not other?
The Now ?ork Tribune Baja:
"The Hight of Dr. Avery, one of the
arraigned members of the South Caro?
lina Ku Klux, will demoralize still fur?
ther tho 'Conservatives' of that region."
No ono in this region is surprised or
demoralized at the escape of tho Doctor.
The wonder is, that every man who has
charges preferred against him before the
South Carolina court, who has a chance
of escaping, don't do so. A deoeut
white man stands very little ohanoe be?
fore a court orowded with low, illiterate,
purchased negro witnesses, and proaidod
over by such bigoted partisans as Judge
Bond and his associates.
At au election held on Monday for En?
tendant and Wardens of Rock HUI, Mr.
Irodell Jones was re-eleoted Intendant
for tho year 1872, and Monars. A. H.
White, J. C. H. Duff, C. S. Rutland and
Duvid Gordou, wore chosen Wardens of
tho town. There was little opposition
to tho ticket, and no excitement at the
polls-and no intimidation (.')
[Hock Hill Lantern.
The Court of Sessions' grand jury in
New York has so far unearthed frauds
on the city treasury to tho amount of
$15,000,000, end has asked for furthor
? I)i8AsaaKo - - m oBJ?LB t tiavcn*.^Tao
following order baa hean transmitted io
the different rifle olnbe of the City, who
have in nae State- aims. ?fee. What has
i?daoed thia step, on the part of "his
Ejcollonoy," we are at a loss to know;
unloas it be that he wants the arma lo
pat thora in the nanda of the Ku Klux
OODBOirators he ?B no? nrffati i>.?in CT it) AG.
nanoo of law, ander the Receptive title
of the "United Brotherhood:^ ,
OFFIOB ADJ'T ABD INBP'R-GENEKAL,
COLUMBIA, Jan. 6, 1872.
[SPECIAL OBDKJK No. 1.1
[Extract, j The following named or?
ganization, in the city of Charleston,
I will, on receipt of this order, turn over
j all arms, equipments and ammunition
j belonging to the State* now in their poa
By order of Hie Excellency the Gover?
nor and Commander-in-Chief.
; (Signed) F. J. MOSES, JB.,
Adjutant and Inspector Gen'l of S. C.
ID pursuance of the above order, Ooh
! Tait, ?mmanding the post regiment of
the National, Guards of South Carolina,
addressed to tho Adger, Washington,
Marion and Charleston Rifle Club, the
following letter on Monday :
CHARLESTON, January 15, 1872.
J. fl. Mrinmeyer, President Marion Rifle
Club, Charleston, & C. .
Sm : I have the honor to transmit an
extract ci, special Cider No. 2, head?
quarters South Carolina Militia. Please
inform me at what tims yon Will be ready
to tarn over the stores, in order that I
may make out the necessary papers. I
am, sir, very respectfully,
WM. N; TAFT,
Colonel 1st Regiment N. G. S. C.
Tho ar DIB have not been "turned over1'
yet, but we suppose the mandate of the
tyrant will have to be oboyod.-Charles
DEATH or A WELL-KNOWN COLOR KO
CITIZEN.-Dudley Ta?j?y, well known io
all the (?>ld citizens of Greenvillebiiy and
County, died ?t, his reaide??e, in Green?
ville, on Saturday, morning, 6th instant;
Sged seventy-three. He was a remarka?
ble negro in many re?p^et?. When a
slave, belonging to the late Captain D.
Long, ba earned for himself near $800.
He bought the 'freedom of his son for
$800. The son, unfortunately, died
soon after. He remained a slave t??
after his master's death. Having accu?
mulated some $150 prior to the sals of |
Captain Long's personal property, seve?
ral years before the war, he requested a
gentleman, in whom he.had confidence,
to buy him at the sale and giVe him his
liberty, and that ho .would repay tho
sum, which was $050. This waa done.
Truo to his word, he, by little and little,
added to the $150, extinguished the
debt. He also accumulated sufficient to
buy a boose and lot, and died owning
real estate of considerable valne. Dud?
ley was respected for hts industry, bo?
nos ty and native good 'sense. '' He was a
moral ?md religious man, having for
many years been an active member of
the Baptist Church. He waa attached
to his friends, white and black, He
bad a great regard for Rey. Dr.' Wil?
liams, of the Theological Seminary ot
this place, and had expressed the wish
ho should preach his-funeral. Thia Dr.
Williams did, on Sunday, 7th instant, in
the colored Baptist Church, before a
large congregation. Among them were
some of our most respectable white citi?
zens. Gubriel Fool, pastor of the
oburch, performed tho burial service at
thu grave.-Greenville Enterprise.
EDGEFIELD TO DE NAKROWBD DOWN ON '
BOTH SIDES.-Edgefield has lately yield? I
ed much of her territory on the South
to the new County of Aiken, and now
there, seems to be a probability that abo
will have to give np a large nook oh the
Northern side to the proposed new1
County of Ninety-Six. A petition for
tho establishment of this new County
to be formed from portions of Edgefield,
Abbeville, Newberry and Laurens, with
the Court Houso at Ninety-Six-is now
bi'foro the Legislature. As regards the
mutter, Edgefield baa no territory to
spare, and yet we feel assured, from all
we know and hear of this project, that
ita success will make Edgefield, Abbe?
ville, Lauren? and Newberry-each ono
-n Democratic unit. The new County
will cou tain at the outset a large colored
or Republican majority, and will, in all
probability, bo a haven and refuge for
Republican voters, who will migrate
thitherwards, in immense numbers, from
all four Counties, leaving the said Coun?
ties tindor tho control of Demooratio
majorities. This promising to bo tho
case, we havo nothing to urge against
tho formation of the new County. Oar
Domocratio friends in the new County,
however, must not understand us as be?
ing in the slightest degree pleased at
any disadvantage which may accrue to
thom from the new arrangement.
A N?ono OP CHEST KR COUNTY/T?BNINQ
WHITE.-I owned a negro whose parents
aro as blftk as any original, African, and
so was she until about twenty-three
years old, when, without any apparent
canse, white spots began to make their
appearance-, aud have continued to do
so. She is now forty-flvo years old, and
is almost white; even the scalp of her
head is perfectly white, withont injury
lo her hair. Her hands are very tender,
smooth and white. Any one wishing to
soo her will find her not far from Ross?
ville. Hore is a ohanoe for some South
Carolnian to make money, as some peo?
ple make it fashionable to attend shows.
JOSEPH H. STROUD.
ROSSVILLE, January 9, 1872.
Miles Leatherwood, who was regarded
na theslayor of General John Morgan, at
Greenville, was accidentally burned to
death in Polk County, Tennessee, a few
A person looking ot some skeletons
tho other doy, naked a young dootor pro
seut where ho got them? He replied:
"We raised them."
New ?orl Journal of ?ommeroe Wtee ?a
account o?? the "Beaobien and Miranda
olaim,'' which pretends to title to the
preposter?os amount- of 4,500 square
miles of land in Mexico, embracing
ranchee already occupied by mere than
15,000 settlers. The correspondent says :
"Ibis, land grant claim, from its im?
mense area, the illimitable valu? ?f the
precious metals and other valuable mine?
rals supposed to be contained within Its
assumed limit?, and the doubt and un?
certainty in which the title is clouded,
may no distant day be wrapt in litiga?
tion that will-make it ? ciuss celebre.
The claimants propose to have their
olaim confirmed by Con groe B in toto- the
wholo 4,500 square miles-by a sp?cial
Act. It is said that they look upon lia
passage as a matter of business between
capitalists and Congressmen* like a bar?
gain and sale-an Act of Congress for a
sum of mopey, For the past: two mouths,
their agents have been fast paving the
It appears that when Secretary Cox
was in-office, he refused to entertain the
qlaim stall tormore than twenty-two
leagues-the .limit of Spanish .or Mexi?
can grants under their laws. Since Se?
cretary Cox was retired, the claim bas
been got into shape . to bring before
POSTAI. GUM Dsops.T-'What will the
"ingeniousYankee*' doviso next? 'One
of these individuals was before ?he Post .
moator-General the other day with a
poatagq stamp that had on its-adhesive
eicTe the i?ate of choice candy. The
two cent stamps, according to this plan,
might' baye a chocolate taste, the three
cents orange, tho ten cents lemon, and
the twelve eenie vanilla,, and so through
the list of popular sweet-meats". Gundar
rango would be fonnd serviceable for tba
highest priced stamps. "The chief ad?
vantage of this plan H?h in the inc-eased
value that it would glvo _ to the old
stamps. Children then could be easily
punished, for a present of a few, old
stamps would be equivalent to giving
them a good "Hoking." \
\&ey> Pori Evening Past.
. Tho Caucasian says: "Mistress Boeoher
Byron-Demmer Stowe has taken to por?
trait painting. If she could only suc
oeed in painting her skin as black as
her scandals, she would do for the devil's
00BBBCTBD WBsj?i? Ut TH? BOAB?.OT PUP*.
BAGOIKO, ...... ..1B?23 New Orl'ns 80Q90
< Bane iiorE,Mai 224024 BUROJ H'BO.. 60?90
N. Y. o r We s 7?10 Nalna, V keg? 50?S 00
BOTTEB,North. 28(0*0 ?Hioaa.Vbu?l?0?l 75
Country, Vth.20@28 Om K?rosene',g85?46
BACON. Hams. 12?18 Machinery..76^1 00
Hidee, $ lb. -?4(010 ftpxexs, Ooid ?l ?8
Shoulders.... 74?0 silver..... Ol 03
OAxnns8,8permlO(gY7u POTAT'B, Irin 1 50?900
Adamantlnetbl0?2p ?woot, bus G0?80
COTTON YABN120?1 20 RICE, Carolina ft 7?o
COTTON. StotM,.. .20- Snor.^lbag. 27S?8 00
Middling.au HALT, Loverp.aO0@'J SO
Low Mldl'g,.10 SOAP, V^-----7J<310
Good Orduy.18 HVIUITB, Alcohol,gl?00
Ordinary.17 Brandy .-. i 00313 00
CUEESK, E.D.ft. 18(020 Gin:... ....1 60(3600
XT ac to ry.1G?22 Bum.. 11.. i 00Q7 00
COFFEE, Rlo,$2>24?26 Whiekoy... 185(^600
Laguayra_25(028 8uoABrCm? A Pl5?J16
Java.33(385 Brownv.?f\lK .12014
FLOUB,CO. 6 75(310 00 8TABCH, %) ?... 84(31,0
Northern.750?10 50 TEA,'Oreen IM 00@260
O HAIN, Corn 1 00(3115 Black,... .100? 110
Wheat... .1 80?2 00 TOBACCO, Ohw.60@l 00
Oats.75@00 Srnoking,ft..50?S 00
Feas.1 10@1 15 VIREO Ah, Wine,.50?60
HAT, North, ?)c wi. 2 00 1? reu oh_ ?1 00
HiDKS.Dry, #u.l2i@J8 WlHK,?bam.l2fi?28 CO
Oreen.@8 Port, ^gal800?5 80
LABU, ?J lb.12@15 Sherry_ 2 75?7 CO
LIME, & bbl, 2 65?2 75 Madeira.-. .8 0006 00
On tho 17th instant, at the remdence of tho
bride's mother, in thia citv, by .the Bev. H.
Steel. Mr. JAS. A. ODBNH?IMEB and Mies
JULIA FRANCIS lt. FELDEN HEUSER.
BOUGHT at a moderato discount, at
TH K CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
FOR salo at New York rates, at
THE OtTIZENS' 8AVING8 BANK.
Money to Lend,
ON marketable collaterals, at
THC CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
OFFICE OF CITY CLERE,
JANUABY 18, 1872.
AN ELECTION for two ABt-islaDt Police?
men will he held at tho regular meoting
of Council, Tuesday, January 23, 1872. Ap?
plications must bo handed in to the City
Clerk prior to said date. By order City Coun?
cil. ? WM. J. ETTER, City Clerk.
Jan 20 8
IHAVE this day associated with me, in the
Drug aud Apothecary business, Mr. L. T.
HI LUMAN, a graduate of Philadelphia Col?
lege of Pharmacy. The name and Btyloof tba
firm will ho FISHER A SILLIMAN.
W. O. FISHER.
JANUARY IC, 1872._Jan 20
The Cottage House,
ON Washington street, next door to-Ma?
sonic Hall, ha? beeniover-haulod, and
will bo ro-oponed on MONDAY, January 22,
by the undersigned, who pledges himeolf to
fnrniBh his patrons with the very best of
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, eto. Give bim
a trial. WM. KENNEDY.
PA lt KW KL. Ii NIGHT.
J^ENEFIT of the Queen Star of tho South,
BEST BILL YET OFFERED!
COMEDY, DRAMA, FARCE, MUSIC, BONO,
DANCE. Beautiful Domostio Drama of the
A Warrior's Wife.
Mrs. Col. Hood.ROSE WATKINS,
After which tho charming Comedy,
Fit To Be a Duchess.
Marquis and Marchioness de Richvillo,
Roi"o and Harry Watkius. Followed by the
Ike Lewis, of Bryant's N. Y. Minstrels,
In his great character Song and Dance.
Concludo with tho very laughable farce,
Adventures of a Love LetUr.
Trotter Southdown, Harry Watkins. All
the Splendid company appear. Seats secured
at Ly Brand's Music blore. Jan 20 1