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IE UM 8 OF TUE NEWS.
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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO.,
No. no y.n<t Unv. nimri??<Mi?n. R. C.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1S70.
NEWS OF THE DAT.
-In New York yesterday gold closed at 20J.
-Coitou was s'c.id.i, with upland* at 25J-4C
-la Liverpool yesterday cotton close J firmer;
opluiids Jl J?d, Orleans UX&112?d.
-Colored note pa?ier aud iu,tic monograms
?re onee more fashionable.
-The female compositors in thc Boston Tra?
veller ?nice esra from S12 to $20 per week-.
-The American Bank Note Company have
given the British Museum a collection of speci?
mens illustrating the art of bank note engraving
in the United States, some us ?old ivs l"5C. In it
arc threo notes of Pennsylvania "printed by B.
Franklin."
-Thc London Times says the ghost of protoo
tlon, which lately strove to walk the world's
stage ?ncc more under tho guise or rcciprociiy.
has been very summarily laid, and referring to
thc recent circumstances in France and thc
United States, adds that protection, uuder what?
ever name it is called or miscalled, is in a bad
way all over the world.
-Tue Queen, says the London Lancet, ha3 been
?Ottering repeatedly during thc past rew months
from neuralgia, affecting dur?rent parts of thc
body, anil severe enough to seriously interfere with
rest, ncr .Majesty hus josi recovered from a recur?
rence of tile neuralgia, attacking the face severely.
Thc attacks have been atiributublc to the distur?
bance of thc nervous system, due to exposure,
worry, or excitement.
-A Washington telegram of tho Oth Instant, to
the New York Herald, says : "A pretty direct
ouse of the sale of a cadctship by a Southern
member or Congress has come to light to-day,
showing that the disreputable practice has really
an existence. Thc ease I refer to is that of a jolly
carpetbagger, who through the medium*of
brokers, for the consideration of $2000, promised
f ?r a Northern boy a cadetship. Thc carpet?
bagger, it seems, failed to divide, according to
agreement with the brokers, and thc latter have,
therefore, concluded to expose the thing. Would
lt not be well for Congressmen to investigate thc
whole matter?"
-Brazil ls thc greatest producer of coffee, fur?
nishing the article known In the market as the
Kio cotfee to the amou:i* of 400,000,000 pounds
yearly, or more than one-half of what ls supplied
bj thc wholo world, viz: 713,000,000. Java gives
140,000,000, Ceylon 40,000,000, St. Domingo 40,000,
.oo, Cuba and Porto Rico 25,000,000, Venezuela,
commonly known as Caracas codee, 20,000,000,
Samatra 25,000,000; all others, including Mocha,
18,000,000. The people or the United States arc
the greatest consumers, to the extent of nearly
ono-thlrd of thc world's production, and nearly
seven times as much as the inhabitants of Great
Britain. Thc Germans come next as coffee
drinkers.
-A countryman walked into a New York bar?
room the other day, and called for a glass of ale.
Having swallowed thc refreshing beverage with
great inward satisfaction, he laid five cents on
the counter and was proceeding on his way,
when the barkeeper stopped him and blandly In?
timated that the pri?e of a glass of ale was ten
.ents. "What, ten cents ror a grass of ale ?"' ex?
claimed the worthy old Jerseyman. with a look of
mdignantsurpiisc; and then, while he brought
from a bulky pocketbook the required additional
currency, his countenance settled into an ex?
pression of mournful resignation as he plaintively
continued : "Ten cents a glass for ale, eh ? Well,
If I had ever suspected that, I'd have took
whiskey."
-The celebrated and eccentric John Ruskin has
Written a letter to the London Telegraph in disap?
proval of fox hunt lng. The objection that it ls cruel
to capture the fox by tiring him down, and thus
prolonging tho death agony, he considers futile,
aa more pain, he asserts, i< caused to the draft
horses or London by overloading them, and as
greaser suffering is inflicted by the rending of
body and henri caused by the neglect or the poor.
The real evil or fox hunting, he contends, are
that it wastes thc time, misapplies thc energy, ex?
hausts the wealth, narrows the capacity, debases
thc taste and abases t he honor or the upper classes.
The athletic training given by fox hunting, he
admits, is excellent, bat such training, he asserts
ought always Lo bc exercised in real service to thc
country. In conclusion. Mr. Ruskin advises fox
hunters to become "Captains of Emigration, hunt
Uown the forts that spoil the vineyard of thc
world, and keep their eyes on thc leading hound
in packs or men."
-A Washlugton special to the Richmond Dis?
patch says: "Tte resolution in thc Boase pro?
viding for investigation as to the alleged sale of
appointments of cadets to West Point, and to the
navy, ls likely to lead to some very humiliating
disclosures. For several years, and especially
during the rebellion, these positions were sold
ont to street brokers in Washington for sums
varying from $500 to $3000. The Southern States
being unrepresented, the cadets that would have
folien to their allotment were pa celled out
among the representatives of thc Northern States,
and many of them were sold to thc bro?
kers, the latter dividing the money witli the
members of Congress who designated the
cadets. The irauc has been kept up since the re?
bellion, and thc new members of the South, the
carpetbaggers especially, have made a good
tb|ng out of ili-? cadet trattle. One of the South
.Carotina members, who was very active in his op?
position to thc admission of Virginia, and who
was for Imposing Hie most Illiberal terms and
fundamental conditions, sold one of these cadet
ships for two thousands dollars, agreeing to give
the two brokers e-tgaged with him eight hundred
dollars, but pocketed the whole bonus save three
Hundred dollars. Of course tte brokers arc arter
this high moral South Carolina member, and In?
tend that he shall render a bill or particulars to
the investIcutlng committee."
-The Boston papers publish the following as a
otrangebut well authenticated story: "The engi?
neer or the rreight train on the Boston and Lowell
Railroad, which leaves Boston about 3 o'clock In
thc morning, has, on several occasions, discov?
ered a red light swinging at a furious rate at the
Woburn Station, where the train stops for water.
The light would sometimes be in front and some?
times m the rear of the train. Wheu thc engi?
neer would stop his train and send some one to
learn why the signal to stop was made, the mes
?BB^rr would bc greatly surprised to see the
HgOt vanish. Investigation has proved that
no person was there with a lantern, and thc
brakeman and conductor concur also In having
beheld the phenomena, which, so fur as known, j
ls without visible cause. Borne laborers br?
ing on the line or tbc above station, stato that
a few mornings Bincc they wero coming down
the road In a hand car, when they suddenly
heard We approach or an engine and train, aa1
knowing that no train was due In th" vicinity
al that hour, they became greatly frightened,
and, jumping oat. or the car, throw it orr the
track to await thc train which they thought was
coming at a rapid paco upon them, but which, it
is needless to Bay, iUd not come. Tho sn pera i
tious regard the affair as a forewarning ar some
disaster, while the spiritualists have thc ready
theory that it is tim spirit o? a man who was
killed there aban: two years since."'
Among the novekics invented by Radical?
ism noue are moro worthy of reprobation
tban ita summary method of deciding upon
the rival claims of candidates for oflice. To
elect is the function of thc people in all rep?
resentative governments. Bul Congress bas
given to State Legislatures and to military
satraps thc precedent and authority to usurp
that power. This has been done in Wash?
ington, in South Carolina, in Georgia. It is
an integral part of the policy of reconstruc?
tion, which has perverted for partisan pur?
poses thc third section of the XlVlh Consti?
tutional Amendment
That amendment denies oiliec, whether
under tho United States or auy State, to
those who befriended the Southern cause,
niter having, al whatsoever distance of time
or under whatever circumstances, taken an
oath of allegiance to tho General Govern?
ment. But it allows Congress, by a vote of
two-thirds of each house, to remove said
disability. This provision is objectionable
on two accounts: First, because it fetters
the privilege of suffrage among a free peo?
ple, by excluding from office every states?
man and representative man among them;
second, because it offers them a bait to elect
persons who arc indeed disfranchised by the
amendment, but who are so unobjectionable
in other respects that it may be reasonably
concluded that they can secure the two
thirds vote by which their disqualification
may be removed. To declare sue!; persons
not elected, as Congress has recently done
iu the case of Georgia, was bail enough.
But to go further, aud to assign their seats
to the candidates whom they defeated, and
whom the people repudiated, in a free elec?
tion-as Congress also has done-is an out?
rage upon republican government. It gives
power to men whom the people condemn as
unworthy of rule. It gives currency to po?
litical principles which the people, in thc
most solemn manuer, denounce a3 unwise
and inimical to their prosperity. It assigns
to aliens thc government of free Slates.
Can the most irresponsible despotism do
more ?
To oiy mind, tho contest in Georgia is
simply shameful. There we see the repre?
sentatives of a great State challenged and
dismissed at his will by a military dictator
Bullock, a Northern express agent, gorged
with plunder and s'il! seeking more-Blod
gett, an ex-Confederate captain, steeped and
dyed in perjury, now manipulating the voies,
and now the heads of recalcitrant members
Bryant, ex-superintendeat of the Freedmen's
Bureau, mouthing and lighting for the Dem?
ocracy-in short, a flock of buzzards flut?
tering and screaming, and tearing at the
vitals of a prostrate State. Such is the ban?
quet whit* Radicalism has spread; over
which General Terry presides, whoso stench
rises up as sweet incense in the nostrils of
Sumner, leader of the Senate, and of Butler,
leader of the House. Such is the spectacle
displayed to the nations by the great, the
free, thc constitutional republic of the West?
ern Contiucnt.
But there is one comfort States and racc3
have an amazing vitality. They oftentimes
grow most rapidly, like the palm tree, when
weights are put upon them. A people who
retain their manhood, their industry, their
virtue, cannot ioT '.7?ni- lue yoke, n jr need
they wait for the vindications of history.
Having a distinct cud to accomplish, united by
a common wrong, iuhcritiug the legends and
the personal recollections of a heroic past, cul?
tivated, practiced in large and liberal states?
manship-we of thc South certainly have no
reason to despond, or to doubt, even amid
the grievances and oppressions of the limes,
that "the day of our r?demption drawcth
"nigh." Every year a larder number of
Southern youth, whom thc XlVlh Amend?
ment cannot disqualify, arc entering upon
the arena of political life. And tho present
voters of thc South in vy even now accom?
plish much by submitting to and adjusting
the circumstances in which wc are placed,
so as to insure the defeat of Radicalism.
Nay, are wc not in some respects reprehen?
sible for the condition of State affairs, iu
having so long ncglectci thc resorts of a
sagacious policy and suppressed the inspira?
tions of a sustaining hope?
Some of the shrewdest observers of thc
drift of public affairs, already, like the New
York Sun, acknowledge that tho mission of
the Republican party is ucarly completed;
that its one idea, is worn out; that it is torn
by the jealousies of hostile factions and rival
leaders. And everybody knows that "when
"rogues fal! out, honest men get their dues."
The Reign of Corruption/
Day by day the venality and profriglicy of
the body known as the General Assembly of
South Carolina grows more open and shame?
less. Things have already reached such a
pass that no measure, however unobjection?
able and expedient, stands thc remotest
chance of passage, nor can a simple charter,
however much it may be demanded by con?
siderations of the public weal, be hoped for,
unless the support of the corrupt Radical
majority, who stand in the capitol hawking
their votes to thc highest bidder, be first
paid for in cash. Our contemporary, the
Phoenix, thus pithily sums up the condition
of things legislative at Columbia:
"Everybody accuses everybody around the
Legislature ot being bought, or of being in?
terested In some scheme before that assembty.
In over one hundred forms have these charges
been made, vouched for and investigations de?
manded. The talk is as current of the value
of votes as of the price of cotton. There are
brokers, ring-masters, managers and lobby
schemers, who are regularly engaged In 'put?
ting bills through,' tn arranging with this or
that member for his vote, and in securing the
linal passage of bills. No measure which Is
not paid for and managed by some of the reg?
ular profession ol lobbyists, how important
soever It may be, receives the slightest atten?
tion. All such are Ignored. They remain
dead and buried in committee or on the clerk's
table. It ls tile biKs ./hich pay that excite in?
terest and enlist zea! and active effort to rush
(hem through.'
{fight uni Dloi-niag.
Tho Situation lu Parla.
Aa outbreak in thc French capital has
come oven earlier than we expected. The
arrest of Rochefort on Monday evening was
thc signal for an uprising in Hie Fanxbourg
du Temple. Barricades were thrown nj), and
the police, in attempting to carry one of
them, waa repulsed, losing one of their uuin
ber killed and one wounded. Tho city on
Tuesday uightwas said tobe tranquil, and it
is nof. doubted that thc present riot was
easily suppressed. But thc fact stands that,
for the first time since the coup (VtUit in
in lSf>l, barricades have boen erected in tho
streets of thc capital and the blood of the
soldiery lias been spilled by thejnob. The
populace again feel that they can make at
least a show of resistance. Nor is a revolu?
tion either impo33iblo or wholly improbable.
The Emperor derives his activo strongth
from Hie army. That army is of thc people,
of their blood and bone and sinew. And it
lias happened already that, in a twinkling,
regiments of military machines have gone
over lo thc popular side and joined with
lusty vigor in the patriotic cry of liberty and
equality. Against a change in tho temper
of the anny what would avail the Huus3
nianized streets, the bread boulevards and
thc huge barracks of Paris ?
Th? Institute Fuir.
It was determined at the meeting of the
members of thc South Carolina Instituto,
held last night, that, in accordanco with tho
resolution of tho directors, an Institute Fair
should be held in Charleston on November
15th next.
We are heartily glad that this stop has
been taken. A fair in Charleston, managed
by the South Carolina Iustitute and vigor?
ously supported by our merchants and men
of business, eau bc made as imposing in
character as it will certainly be beneficial lo
tho interests of the city and the Slate.
Thrown open to the whole State and to the
whole country, it will be a fit arena in
which our people may strive for the rosy
garlands of poaco and prosperity. And if
tile work be prosecuted with vigor, as it is be?
gun with judgment and discretion. South
Curolina will have cause to remember with
gladness the day which witnessed the revi?
val in her chief city of the State Institute
Fair. , _
Is TDK United States Senate, on Friday,
Senator Robertson endeavored, without suc?
cess, to obtain a consideration of the bill to re?
move political disabilities. A number of new
names were inserted, and among them thc
following from thia State:
"J. D. Witherspoon, York County; Elisha
Shiver and Henry Sparnick, Columbia, South
Carolina; Philip Eichelberger, Edgeficld."
A call was then made for the Census bill,
tho regular order, and the Disabilities bill
was passed over. Senator Robertson subse?
quently asked to have a vote taken on Mon?
day on tho amended bill, but nothing was ac?
complished.
Business (?rtr?s.
ADAMS, DAMON <K CO., 16 BROAD ST.,
Dealers in Stoves. Ranges, Grates, ftc. Agent s
lor thc Automatic. Washing Machine nml Wringer.
AIMAR, G. W.-CHOICE DRUGS, CH?
MI CA I.S. Surgical Instruments, Perfumeries
iiiui Toilet Articles. 4U9 King, cor. Vnnilerliorst st.
ARCHER'S BAZAAR, 363 KING ST.,
Wholesale mid Retail Notions mid Fancy
Clouds, 60 per cent, less than elsewhere.
ALLAN, JAMES, WATCHES, CLOCKS,
Jewelry. Sterling Silver, Plated ware, Spec?
tacles, Fancy Goods, ftc. No. 307 King street.
BAZAAR, F. VON SANTEN, IMPORT?
ER of Purls Fancy Goods. Toys, French Cou
fectioncry.lndia Rubber Goods Ac., No. 229 King st,
CHAPIN & CO., L., MANUFACTURERS
and Dealers lu Carriages, Harness, Ac,, 20
Mayne. A33A35Piticknev st.talso, 103 Meeting st.
pORWIN ?fe CO., WM. S., IMPORTERS
\J and Dealers In Coico Whines, Brandies, Teas
and Groceries. Wholesale and Retail4 STA King st.
ntLAFEB & CO., WM, H., WHOLE
\J SALK Dealers in Groceries, Winos, Liquors,
Ac: Agents for Kxton'a Crackers, 20; Ea^t Hay.
CHAFEJTS TONIC, THE BEST AND
most pleasant Stomach Regulator extant.
Chufee A Co., No. 201 East Ray, Manufacturers.
DUVAL ? SON, J. B., MANUFACTUR?
ERS ol' Tinware. Dealers in Stoves. House
Furnishing Goods, Ac. 387 King st.
EASON IRON WORKS, ESTABLISHED
isis, Kassau and Columbus streets: Steam
bunine*, Wunne Portable and Slatbmcry. Rollers.
FOLLIN, CL, TOBACCO COMMISSION
Merchant, Miuiuruoiarcrs' Agent for thc
.-.lie of Standard Brands. No. 151 Bast Ray.
TpURNIT?RE WAREKOOMS, ESTAB
r LIMIER 183X D. IL Silcox. No?. 173. 177 mid
179 King si. Conds carefully packed und sh I m ?wi.
GURNEY, WAL, FACTOR AND COMMIS?
SION Merchant, 102 East Ray, and l Accom?
modation Wharf.
ri OUTEVENIKR BROS., (SUCCESSORS
UT to A. Hiing.) dealers in Millinery. Fancy
Goods. Toys, (Mihia. Glassware, ftc. 237 Kuiir*r.
HENEREY. WM. S., 311 MEETING ST.,
Machinist, and Fuuudcr, Manufacturer nf
t! .'ines, ?md improved Agricnlinml liniili*iui*nts.
KINSMAN & HOWELL, GENERAL
Commission Merchants, and Agents for
Mu|ies' Superphosphate of Lime. No. 12* Bast Hay.
I" A CRIOLLA.-JOSE JAKA, l.MPOR
J TEH and Manufacturer ol' Havana Ginara,
Wholesale and Retail, cor. Meeting and Market sis.
LITTLE & CO., GEO., 21? KING ST.,
sell thc cheapest and best Clothing uud Kur
niviing doods tn Charleston.
MARBLE WORKS.-THE OLD ESTAB?
LISHMENT. E. R. WHITE, Proprietor, 119
Meeting st., next old Theatre lot.
MATTHIESSEN, WM., STAR SHIRT
Emporium and Flue Clothing and Tailoring
Bouse, Gents' Furnishing Good?, 291 Kiiur st.
NEU KV ILLE, B. K., BLANK BOOK
Manufacturer, Job Printer and Stationer, 8
broad si. Magazines, fte., bound In all styles.
NOAH'S ARK.-WM. McLE.W, JOBBER
and Dealer in Toys. Fancy Goods, Show Ca?
se*. Stamping ft Pinking uspecialty: 433 King st.
I)IANOFORTE AND MU-IO STORE,
191 King st., ZOGRAUM, YOUNG ft CO.,
Agents for Knahc ft Co. uud Dunham ft Sou*.
T>1IONIXIR0N WORREESTABLISHED
JL li>44. John P. Taylor ft Co., Engineers and
boilermakers, 4, 6, 8, io and ia Pritchard st.
PERRY, EDWARD, 155MEETING ST.,
Printer, Stationer, and dealer in blank,
School und Law Rooks.
STOLE, WEBB & CO., WHOLESALE
and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods, No. 289 King
street, three doors below VVentwoi th.
SCOTTS' STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM
and Gents' Furnishing Room. Meeting st-, op
positcMarket Hall. Agent for the Champion Rrncc.
SPEAR. JAMES E., 235 KING ST., OPPO
site Masel, Imponer amt Dealer in Fine Watch?
es. Jewelry, silver. Plated ware. Fancy Goods. Ac.
TIE GREAT SOUTHERN TEA HOUSE.
WM. S. CORWIN ft CO.. 275 King st., brunch
Mouse of ooo Broadway. New Y-TIC.
WEBB, WM. L., IMPORTER OF CHI?
NA, Glass and Earthenware, 128 Meeting
street._
Will EDEN & CO., WATCHES, JEWKL
ry and Silverware. 255 Hing st. (.'rocl i ry
and Glassware at Wildest!*, Ni?, 137 Vlewiliir .*,
fl cm oms.
BA. RODRIGUES, M. D., SURGEON
. DENTIST, has removed to Ills old stand,
No. 101 Meeting street, opposite the Circular
Church. feb7 laths 3
lllnntb.
'ANTS OF ALL KINDS CAN BB
made known to everybody in tuts colunia
lt the rate or ii cents for twenty words or less,
inch insertion, ir paid in advance.
TTTANTED, A LIVE FOX, FOR WHICH
VT a lair price will bo paid. Apply at tho
Marum Engine House, between the hours or 7
tn.I 10 o'clock. P. M._relilQ
TEACH KR WANTED, EITHER MALE
or FEM ALK. to nike charge of a Schon! or
<ix small Scholars in St. Matthew's Parish. Board
furnished, and liberal salary given. Address T.
fl. sr. Matthew's Post?nico, S. 0.
lebtu I tu hs
WANTED, INFORMATION OF JAMES
W. g (JINN, or this city, reported to have
Ta len heir to the Earldom or Dunraven. Limerick,
Ireland. His lather la supposed to have come from
rtnailnlonpe. West Indies. Address A. J. QUINN,
Kosh ville, Dav.dson County, Tennessee,
reno :s*_
WANTED, LADIES T O KNOW
they cnn procure CHIGNONS. Switches,
Hair Ftolls, Plats. French Corsets, Kailey Conds.
DO per cent, less at ARCHER'S BAZAAR than
ptsowhprp. _ reli3 Hising
W~ ANTED, A SMALL HOUSE CON?
TAINING rour rooms, In a respectable
neighborhood. Rent must be moderate. Apply
at this office. fet>2
ANTED, BY TWO LADIES WITH A
CHILD and Nurse, who are spending thc
winter in Charleston, pleasant BOARD in the
neighborhood ot the Battery. Two bedrooms a nd
a parlor, or thc use of a parlor will be needed.
Address "M. P.." office or Tn?: News. jan20
npURPENTlNE HANDS.-I WISH TO
JL employ .".0 good Turpentine nanda for tue
balance or this year. $20 per month and a Ra?
tion. Any time during two mouths will do to
conic to Georgetown, S. C. A. MORGAN,
janlj_
WT"ANT ED, A HOUSE, NEAR THE
v y central part ?r the city, containing five or
tux rouros, with good outbuildings amt wafer.
Midro*? I), at rbis ornee. septas
WANTED, A SITUATION AS SUPER
1NTENBENT on a Rice Plantation by a euc
armed man, who has seven rears' experience in
Rice culture, aud good recommendations rrom his
ronner employers. Please address W. B. vv.,
(Jliaflesrou. S. C. ucc2
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO ?NOW
that JOB.PRINTING sr all kluds, pluiu
and ornamental, ls cxecntcd promptly in the
neatest srvle and at thc lowest New York price?,
at THE NKWS Jab Ottlce. Ne. 149 EAST RAY. Call
and examine the scale or prices before giving jour
orders elsewhere.
So Bent.
HOUSES, FARMS, STORES, ROOMS,
Ac, now vacant, can readily be rented by
advertising them iu thlscolnam. The rate ls ii
cents for twenty words or less, each Insertion, ir
paid in advance. _
DESIRABLE BUSINESS LOCATION.
To Rent, the second and third STORIES or
the capacious Building No. 147 Meeting street, op?
posite thc Charlrston Hotel. Possession given
Immediately. Apply at No. 141 Meeting street,
up stairs. feblO thstna
TO RENT. A SMALL HOUSE, CONTAIN
l.VG four rooms, In Queen next Rutledge
street. To an approved tenant a low rent will hi.
charged. Apply at northeast corner or Queen and
lt ni ledge streets. felilOg*
TO RENT, TWO OR THR. E ROOMS
pleasant lr situated in thc western part, or
tue city. Apply at ibis ofllce._fob io 2
rpo RENT, A PART OF A DESIRABLE
JL RESIDENCE on King street. Apply at this
onice. lebs tntnss*
TO RENT, THAT DELIGHTFUL AND
commodious R?sidence No. 18 Swuth Batte?
ry. Outbuildings. Cistern and Gas on the prem?
ises. R. M. MARSHALL A BRO., Real Estate
Brokers, No. 33 Broad street._feMS*
TO RENT, THE BRICK STORE AND
DWELLING, No. 15 King street. Apply at
No. 54 K?ng street._fob7 4?
TO RENT, THAT THREE STORY
BRICE STORE. No. 308 King street, well
adapted to 'lie retail business, and situated in a
desirable part ol King street. Apply to J. H.
STE I NM EV KR. at Steam Saw and Planing Mill
foot or Beau fain street. feti4
HALLS TO RENT.-THE SPLENDID
HALLS In the Academy ol Music are now
i cady to be Rented to parties who may require
thom Tor Fair?, Balls. Anniversaries, Dinners and
Celebrations, Public Meetingsand Private Theatri?
cals. The public Interested are respectfully in?
vited to view the premises. Terms very mode?
rate. Apply to JULIUS L. MOSES, Agent, No. 34
broad street. JaulOlmo
L'est aub ?ouii?j.
LOST AND FOUND AGAIN.-IF YOU
have lost anything, make lt known to the
public through this column. The rate for twenty
words or less, each Insertion, ls 25 cents, if paid
in ?ulvance.
LOST ON THE EVENING OF THE
yd, at thc Grand Masquerade Rilli, held at
the Hibernian Hull, one White Kid GLOVE, with
(.old rastening. A liberal reward will tic given lo
Hie Under ir returned to the Ticket Olncc of thu
Academy or Music. fob5
ifor Sale.
NO. 1 COW AND CALF FOR SALE, AT
thc corner of Washington and Calhoun
streets. reblo i*
SECOND-HAND FI HE ENGINES.-FOR
sale, a Second-hand Rntton A Blake HANK
ENGINE, iu good order, With Sud iou, Pipes, kc.
ALSO.
A Second-hand Double Rrako Engine, Simpson
Builder, Baltimore,
l or further information, apply to
M. H. NATHAN,
febs tuthlmo K?. 45 Wentworth street.
OR SALE, HORSES, MARES AND
MULES. Inquire nt No. 02 State street,
fobs tull?s.?*_
FOR SALE, A No. 1 MILCH COW, WITH
a young Calf three days old. Cull at No. 25
Line street, between St. Philip and King.
fcliO 2*_
MULES! MULES I MULES I AT Tl 1E
Kentucky Sale Stable, No. 90 Church
MI rec!, lid ween Chalmers and Broad streets. Just
received, per Smiih Carolina Railroad, two car?
loads of ynung broke MULES, ut reasonable
pnces, tor cash or eily acceptance. IL OAKMAN.
Ii-hll (j*_
PRINTING PRESS FOR SALE AT A
1 GREAT BARGAIN.-OnesmaH Cylinder TAY?
LOR PRESS in complete repair. It lias been but
little used, and ls sold slmplv because thc present
owner has no usc for IL The size or thc bed or
the Press ls forty-four by fifty-eight Inches, said
Press will be sold at a great bargain ir applied for
at once, as the room lt occupies is wanted for
other purposes. Addresss Box No. 3795 New York
Pnsto thee. scpt20
?oar?iug.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS AND
BOARD at Mrs. MILLER'S, No. 6 Hudson
street. dec! a
Qm P5oo?5, &z.
s
PECIAL INVITATION
LAST NOTICE.
Call In time, while the following articles are
rife red at such prices to suit the times and to
draw the public:
A fair quality BLACK DRESS SILK, only $1 00
per yard.
Dres3 Goods at 25, 30, 35 cents and upwards
each worth 5 to io cents more.
White 10-4 Blankets at $4, actually worth $o.
Arab Shawls at one-half their original value.
4 pieces 0-4 Black Beaver Cloth at $2, worth $3
Longcloths, Brown Homespuns, Hosiery
Gloves, Collar and Cuffs, and Fancy Articles, as
tonlshbigly cheup.
All our Stock is reduced, and enly BARGAINS
can be found at No. 437 King street.
F URO HG OTT A BRO.,
Corner King nud Calhoun streets,,
No. 437 King street.
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Ac, kept separate
and sold at correspondingly reduced prices.
?ST* All wc want ls an early call. j ansi |
i??cetirtgs.
WASHINGTON LODGE. No. 5. A. F. M.
A Regular Monthly Communication of
this Lodge will he held THIS EVBNISO. loth tr.
stant, at 7 o'clock. Candidates Tor tho B. A. aud
P. C. Degrees will please attend.
C. li. SIGWAL1),
feliio Secretary.
YOUNG AMERICA FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY, AND DELEGATE.-A meeting
will beheld rms (Thur.>duy) ?VSNMO, at Market
Mall, ?it half-past 7 o'clock. AU inerabera who In?
tend visiting'Augusta, also delegations from other
eunipunics, will please attend.
JAS. s. wssTENDortFF,
lelilO Secretary.
(?oncationnl.
DUE WEST FEMALE COLLEGE.
Thc Summer Session opens 1st MONDAY In
March, mid cluses 2d TH (WAD A Y in July. Tuiti
tloii an'l Hoarding. Including luel and washing,
per Session, $.? 7 ?0. Music, Piano, $24. Kreuch,
S?. Thc College was never more prosperous.
J. P. KENN ROY,
fcblO 13_Sec reta ry Faculty.
?J^ECTURES ON NATURAL HISTORY.
Professor HOLMES, at tue snggostloa or several
ladies, who arc teachers and instructors in
Charleston, proposes tn forra a class in Natural
History, especially in thc departments of Zoology
and Geology.
The class will consist maiRly of young ladles
and gentlemen from the advanced classes of our
schoolsund scinlnai les. The course of instruction
will be ten or twelve Conversational Lectures
one Lecture a week, illustrated by philosophical
experiments, and linc specimens of animals,
plants, fossils ami rock-1. The new ami improved
Iliiioptric Lanterns, with large and comprehen?
sive diagrams, will be used to Illustrate Zoologi?
cal. Meteorological and ecological phenomena.
Tickets for Mic Course, S5 each.
A school or party of fifteen will bc allowed a
discount. Tile. Lectures will bo delivered at tho
..LTCKOM," corner of King and Wentworth streets,
ami will commence as soon as tuc class ls made
up. Tho ?.LTCF.UXC' ls handsomely finished, tho?
roughly ventilated .mri furnished with arm chairs.
For other In formation, apply at.Holmes' Kook
flouse. fet?3 2
Copartnership Notices.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED
IL copm i MCI ship under the name of ST1LK8
A- JENNINGS, tor inc purpose or conducting thc
PAINT AND OIL KUSINKSS. as also thc SHIP.
HOUSE ASH SION FAIN USO. at tho tdd uland
of Mr. naval llriiiR*. Nu. ict Ea-t Day. Said part?
nership dates from theist Instant.
C. W. STir.ES.
W. E. JENNINGS.
Thc undersigned having retired from thc Paint
and OH Business, desires tu return his thanks to
his friends tor their former favors, ?ind solicits a
continuance or patronage tu his successors,
Messrs. STILES A JENNINGS.
"Tcblo ths'2 DAVID MUGGS.
Dissohiiicms of t?apartncrsl)ip.
NOTICE -DISSOLUTION OF COPART?
NERSHIP.-The tl rm of ISO WIRS A SIL
COX. Brokers ?ind Auctioneers, was dissolved by
mutual C'liiscni on tho 3ist ofSnniiary. Thc busi?
ness or Auctioneer will hereafter be carrie*! on by
JOHN E. DOWERS. JOHN B. HOWERS.
JAS. SILCOX.
CHARLESTON, S. C.. February l, lino.
I do hereby cheerfully recommend In uil or our
ronlier customers and friends my former Copart?
ner, Mr JOHN E. iso WK RS, who will attend lo
nur business entrusted to lum.
lebS 3? JAS. SILCOX.
ifarticnltiire, ^Agriculture, &z.
JVXCELSIOR COTTON SEED.
The Genuine EXCELSIOR Sf A ISLAND COTTON
I SEED for sab by WM. GURNEY,
No. 102 East Ruy and
Jan2S tiilhslmo No. 1 Accommodai lon wharf.
-pLLERBE'S TRANSPLANTERS.
"just received, 200 ELLF.RBE'S TRANSPLANT?
ERS, price $3 5? each, with a liberal discount to
thc Trade.
ALSO,
Another arrival of DODGE'S PERFECT
PLOUGHS. For sale by S. R.-MARSHALL,
Agent for thc above, No. 310 Klug street.
rcb8 m?tica
EXTRA-EXTRA FINE SEA ISLAND
COTTON S KED.
I offer for sale the SEED of Extra Extra Fine
Sea Island Cotton, crop of 18C9, having sold the
cotton in this market at il 50al 70 per pound.
For particulars, apply at my office.
R. S. VKNNING,
Corner East Bay and Market street.
Jnnll tiithsinio_
SORGO SUGAR AND REFINED
SYRUP.
Wc would Invite thc attention or Planters to
thc consideration of somo of the advantages In
the cultivation or SOUCI) as a Crop, which are,
thc small amount or labor; tho hardy character
of the plant lu its ability lo endure, without ma?
terial Injury, both drought and wet; Its freedom
[ from the attack o? WWW"! Rs early maturing,
and the fact iltur, thc Seed ottdoTOry part or tue
plant ls of great value.
lu consequence ,?. thc Imperfect method
hitherto minni eil in preparing thc Juice of this
Cane, there lias arisen a pr?judice, und the belief
that. Sugar could not be produced, but only a very
inferior Syrup. Rut, by thc discovery of the
Southern Process, these o;<iiiiims have been com?
pletely reversed in thc minds of all i lioso who
have examined and tested this Process, as they
realize linn not only pure Syrup, superior to the
best chemical Symns of thc Itcfliicrio*. ls pro?
duced, bill uNo Sugar equal to the best New Or?
leans, in snell quain ny, as to make it without
doubt, tuc most profitable crop that can bc plant?
ed, of these facts abundant evidence can bc
shown.
Any information on this subject can be obtain?
ed by applying tn Mr. F. c. CART, Charleston, S.
C., who lias been appointed our authorised
Agent, and who will be prepared to furnish pure
Imphee Seed and Machinery. Or to ourselves ut
Greenville, S. C.
PASSMORE A WILHELM.
Grecuv?le, s. C.
TnE sourrtEUN PROCESS OF MAKING sec AR
AND RB FIN Kl) SYRUP FROM SORGO CANE.
Having been appointed by Messrs. PASSMORE
A WILHELM, or Greenville, s. C.. Agent for thc
Southern Process of manufacturing Syrup mid
Sugar from Sorgo, 1 wiil tu.o pleasure in giving
any Inform?t!?!! that may bc desired in relu ion
to Hie cultivation ol'thc Cane or the Processor
mannfature, and will tie prepared to furnish pure
Imphec Seed and all the Machinery.
FRANCIS C. CART,
janl8 Charleston, S. C.
?liscellaneons.
IF YOU WANT SCHOOL AND TEXT
ROOKS of all kinds, cheaper than you cm
purchase elsewhere, go to
EDWARD PERRY,
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston IP.tel
Charleston. S. C. decH?mos
F
R . DAUER
Ml'SIC DEALER, Piano Tuner, Teacher or Vio
lin. Flute aud Cuiiar. Repairer of Musical Istru
incuts.
Hitchcock's Five and Ten cents Music always
on hand.
BALLS AND PARTIES furnished with thc best
and most fashionable Music lately received from
Europe at moderate prices. Apply at Nu. 449
King street, four doors above Calhoun.
0CI12 tiilinth'iiuos
IF YOL" WANT LITHOGRAPH CHECK
BOOKS, or Lithographing doue in flue style,
go to
EDWARD PERRY.
No. 165 Meeting street, opposite Charleston notel,
Charleston, s. C. ilecU 6inos
IF YOU WANT PAPER HAGS, FLOUR
SACKS, and Rags or every description, go to
EDWARD PERRY,
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. S. C. decUOmos
rp F. CHUPEIN,
DENTIST,
OFFICE NO. 275 KINO STREET,
novis amos
TE YOU WANT BLANK ROOKS MADE
l_ TO ORDER, and of thc best material, to any
|.:ittcrn, go to
EDWARD PERRY.
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston notel,
Charleston. S. C. deel4 Cmos
i F YOU WANT THE CELEBRATED
1 CARTER'S WRITING and COPYING INK
ri mbiued, go to
EDWARD PERRY.
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, S. C. decu emos
Simnscments.
^OADEMY OF MUSIC.
Fourth and last appearance hut two or tho alsUa
gulshod young Bngli6h Tragedian,
MB. NEIL WARNER,
Who Trill appear THIS (Thursday) EVENING,
ror thc first time. In Pechter's Great London and
New York success, now balng porformed to crowd?
ed houses at Nlblo's Garden, New York, entitled,
THE DUKE'S MOTTO,
("I AM HERE.")
ncnrl do Lcgardere.Mr. NBIL WARNER.
On Friday evening, Mr. WARMER'S FARE?
WELL BENEFIT.
Saturday, positively his las? appearaneo this
Season._fcblO
JJ IBERNI AN HALL.
THREE- NIGHTS ONLY t
rnaasDAr, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
TAYLOR AND SILYESTEH.
TAYLOR LN ALL OF DIS GREAT CHARACTERS.
SILVESTER'S WONDERFDL ILLUSIONS.
MAS ES AND F A O HS,
TALKING LION AND MID-AIR SUSPENSION I
At each Performance.
GRAND MATINEB for Ladies and Ohtldron on
S.vraunAT AFTERNOON, at 3 P. M.
S3r Positivo, rain, hall or storm I
Admission to Matlucec, hair price.
Admission 75 cents; Reserved Seats $1; Side
Gallery 50 cents; Colored Gallery 5o eents.
Doors open at 7; Performance commences at 8
o'clock. Reserved Seats for sale at the Box Onice
during the day. fool9
C
AT H OLIO FAIR.
TO BB HELD AT
HIBERNIAN HALL,
COHUENCING ON
MONDAY, THE 14TH OF FEBRUARY, 1870,
IN AID Ol'
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH.
TATHONS.
John Commins, William Laldlcr,
John Burke, Capt. A. Uelchcrs,
M. Ciuiltleld, J. A. Cay,
P. Brady, E. K. Morris,
W. Muran, P. Buchhelt, Sr.,
J. Carroll, J. Dougherty, Sr.,
M. Pierce, IL Z. Luurey,
M. O'Neill, James Brennan,
D. O'Neill, Sr., R Hogan,
N. Culleton, T. Kelly,
j Conroy, Capt. F. W. Dawson,
T. Dorsey, L. c. Northrop,
C. O'Mearu, T. McCarthy,
P. Culll-une, T. O'Brien.
Walter Waish, Dr. J. P. Cliazal,
J. Barry, M. P. O'Connor,
G. Byrne, J. B. Latltto,
R. Gannon, E. Latirte,
A. Johnson. E. Buchet,
A. Vo i Dolden, Theo. Buchet.
G. Foll?n. J. Mc.Kecgan,
B. O'Neill, W. Baker.
C. P. Aimar, ' H. L. Brandt,
P. Moran. A. Canale,
D. Mcsweeney, U. Daly,
ll. T. Peters, C. H. Johnson,
Miles Drake, J. Kcnnerty,
A. Mc Loy. Timothy O'Brien.
C. R. Casslday, James Armstrong,
A. St. Arnaud, H. Ferguson,
James B. Owens, T. Grant,
w. J. Magrath, Dr. McDonald,
G. A. Bowman, Dr. De Carradeue,
P. J. Burbot. John Sullivan,
W. Matthlesscn, P. Walsh,
Colnnel C. Kanapaux, H. A. Duo,
B. Riols. J. D. Budds,
H. F. Baker, W. L. Daggett.
R. C. Barcklcy, James Melvin,
E. D. Enston, D. M. Driscoll,
J. B. Cohen, John O'Mara,
G. W. Almar, P. Brady, Sr.,
W. Cadow. William Maher,
Dr. P. M. Cenen, C. C. Trumba,
M. O'Brien, . T. Garety.
J. F. O'Neill. P. O'Donnell,
Jacob Cohen, C. Lltschgl,
J. M. Mnlvany, A. Capper.
W. Knox. C. Schnell,
James Tower, M. Swcegan,
G. Nunan, T. C. Ryan,
J. ll. Devereux, A. Cameron,
M. Gannon, C. A. Werner,
John Kenney, J. Doihage,
M. W. st. Amanfl, Frank Wood,
W. Schachte, J. Blanche,
J. Small. R. C. Selp,
S. Jancnvlch, John Marlen,
T. !.. Quackenbasb, P. t.. Gulllemln,
J. M. Singleton, B. R. Riordan.
J. F. Slattery, Captain J. V. McNamce.
John Moran. M. Darcy.
M. McManmon. F. P. Salas.
P. Brennan. J. Jara.
E. Fourgcnud. John Burns.
H. T. Peake. James Malony.
H. P. Feugas. C. 1). Mulvany.
ll. Foley. M. McCarty.
P. Fogarty. A. McDonnald.
j. Lee. 1>. O'Keefo.
S. Owens. E. R. White.
J. Cantwell. P. Q. McIIngh.
It. McManus. F. F. Downey.
.1. Quille. T. R. McCaban.
J. cor oran. J. I). Kennedy.
John Morrl-Sj. B. L. Henry.
KAKAO ESS.
E. F. Schachte, T. Greiser.
S. E. Conlraj, J. Burke, Jr.,
J. T. Kanapaux, T. J. Melvin, Jr.,
M. C. O'Neill, J. Brandt,
K. Lee, A. E. Kenney,
T. E. Hogan, J. J. Crace,
T. S. O'Brien, J. T. Maher,
J. A. Lafitte, L. Cantwell,
E. St. Arnaud, J. Boyd,
T. A. Bcr.miah, C. Curcty. "
W. Byrne. T. J. Garety,
J. M. Touhcv, J. R. Duval, Jr.,
D. A. J. Sullivan, G. A. Foll?n,
N. F. Devereux, J Dothage, Jr.,
J. Michel, P. L. Duffy,
J. M. Baker, Wv J. O'Counor,
F. L. O'Neill, J. J. Buchhelt,
J. J. O'Neill. E. Maguire,
H. J. O'Neill, John Gannon,
P. H. Cantwell, John Kenny,
L. Tarrea t, J. F. Corcoran,
.1. Tarrent, C. Corcoran,
T. J. Lyons, C. A. Von Dohlen,
J. Cot?zales, J. A. CantwelL
James Cosgrove, E. Devlneau,
J. A. Moroso, William Hunt,
J. DeCarradcue, B. Sahlinan.
Dennis O'Neill. B. Boyd.
F. McGary. C. A. Due.
E. G. Chnpeln, J. W. Sawner.
John McManus. Philip Goutveuler.
Peake Mlle?. F. M. O'Neill.
J. F. O'Mara. C. M. Drake.
A. S. Frletas. P. J. Greene.
E. F. SWEEGAN, Chairman.
JAMES ARMSTRONG, Jr., Secretary.
L. B. MICHEL, Treasurer.
The Fair will bc opened on MONDAY EVENINO,
14th February, at 7 o'clock, and will bc kept open
every day during thc week, from 12 o'clock M.
until 2 P. M., and every evening from 5 lo ll.
The price of admission has been llxcd as fol?
lows:
Family Scacon Tickets, admitting Parents
ttiid'lliolr Children.$2 00
Season Tickets. 1 00
Single Tickets. 25
Children. 10
Servants in attendance on children. 10
reba
J H. HAPPOLDT,
PRACTICAL GUN MAKER,
No. 119 MEETING STREET.
GUNS, RIFLES AND PISTOLS manufactured
and imported to order.
REPAIRING executed with neatness and dls
patch._lcbS tilths
p GADSDEN HASELL,
FACTOR
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF.
Charleston, S. C.
My Business as FACTOR and COMMISSION
MERCHANT ceases this date. Mr. P. GADSDEN
HASELL succeeds me, and I respectfully ask for
him thc courtesy heretofore extended to me.
OEORGE H. UOPPOCK,
Accommodation Wharf.
Charleston, January 31, 1870. feb!
?roreries, Ciqnors, Sit._
PEACH BLOWS AND HA?RJSMS
POTATOES.
Landing per Schooner Rob?rt CaldwelL Por
lalo low by WILLIAM ROACH A 00.
TcblOa_
QEED POTA T DESI
02 hl.13. CUZCO'S AND HARRISSON'3
123 lib!!;. Chill Kens
44 hms. Yellow Pinkeyes
20 hhls. Yellow Rose.
Landing per Schooner Robert Caldwell. For
iale low at whurL KINSMAN A HOWELL,
feb IPI_No. 128 East Bay.
QOKN! CORNI CORNI
5300 bushels PRIME WHITE CORN, per SenOOll
:r William Thompson.
For sale by R. M. BUTLER A SON,
fcblO 1 Foot of V?ndne Range.
^"LW CLAYED MOLASSES.
125 hhds. New CLAYED MOLASSES.
For sale by KiSLKY A CREIGHTON,
feb! 2ml Accommodation Wharf. '
N
EW CROP CLAYED MOLASSES.
100 hr-ds. ) Superior New Crop CLAYED MO?
TO tierces I LASSES,
Lam)lng ex-schooner Thos. Misklmmons, from
Matanzas.
ALSO,
ICO hhds. bright and heavy MUSCOVADO MO?
LASSES
50 hhds. Cuba Molasses. Landing ex-brig S.
P. Brown, from Havana.
For sale low from thc wharf, by
J. A. ENSLOW A 00.,
JanO 12 thtu No. 141 East Bay street.
O R N LANDINA.
C
COOO bushels Prime N. C. and Virginia WBJTB
CORN, landing this dav and for sale low by
feb? 2_RU RM ESTER A ZERBST.
Q ORN1 CORN! CORNI
Five thousand (5000) bushels Prime WM1TB
CORN. Landing from "Schooner Mediator*'at
Kerr's Wharf. For sale by
WEST k JONES,
feb o No. 76 East Bay.
c
ORN1 CORN! CORNI
Landing this day per Schooners Shaw and Al
toona:
4300 bushels CORN.
To arrive per Schooner Vernllla and steamship
Prometheus :
620? bushels CORN.
For sale low, hy
febO_STENHOUSB k 00.
FRESH ROASTED AND GROUND
COFFEES.
Jnst received, Fresh Roasted RI? and Java COF?
FEES, best quality or each.
Rio and Java Coffees freshly ground twice a
Wc warrant our Ground Coffees to be pnre and
entirely free from adulteration. .
At the CO OPKRATIVR GROCERY,
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets. '
g$~ Goods delivered free._jau21
fJlAYLOR'S ALBANY CREAM ALE.
A fresh supply or this Celebrated Brand of ALE
received fresh every week, In barrels and half
b?rrela. Forsale by
JOHN F. O'NEILL k SON,
Agents for South Carolina,
(ledi . No. 107 East Bay.
JEFFORDS & CO..
Koa. 17 AND 19 VENDUE RANGE,^
Charleston, S. C., "
OFFER FOR SALE AT LOWEST MARKET
RATES:
15 hhds. Choice C R. SIDES
15 hhds. Rib sides
20 hhds. Prime Western Shoulders
5,000 lbs. Choice Strips
25,000 lbs. Choice Dry Salted Clear Sides
20,uuo lbs. Choice Dry Salted Clear Rib Sides
20,000 lbs. Choice Dry Milted Shoulders
1,000 barrels Common to Choice Family Flour
75 barrels Common to Choice Whiskey
60 sacks Choice Kio Coffee
100 barrels "Extra C" and "A." Sugars
100 barrels Molasses._Jan25 tuwth6moa
"jJISON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
IS WARRANTED TO REMOVI
ALL DESIRE FOR TOBACCO.
BISON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE ls for sale by
DB. H. BAER.
G. W. AI M AR.
O. J. Ll'HN.
UK. E. H. KELLERS.
DR. W. A. SKR1NE.
E. S. BURNHAM.
nov24 wfm3mos
ifertiiTi-cre.
AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIG
GUANO.
loo tons "Sardy's Soluble Pacific GUANO, land?
ing from schooner "Oneida." For sale for oash,
or on time, by the agents,
GRAESER k SMITH,
febio 2 North Atlantic Wharf.
C
OT TON FOOD.
FROM PHOSPHATES DUG FROM THE BANKS
OF ASHLEY RIVER, SOUTH CAROLINA,
MAN'Cl'AT OK ED BT
TDK MARYLAND FERTILIZING AND MANU?
FACTURING COMPANY,
LAWRENCE SANOSTON.President,
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND.
The above Fertilizer has been successfully tried
in different parts of south Carolina und Georgia
by many of our most experienced Planters,
and all have made encouraging reports of Its
prompt action on the plant, and as such we can
conUdenfIv recommend lt to Planters generally.
JAMES Ii. PRINGLE A SON. Factors,
Agent or nie Company,
No. o AdgerV North Wharf,
fel)5 KtUth2mos_Charleston, S. C.
pERUVIAN GUANO.
100 tons Genuine PERUVIAN GUANO, taken
from ship G. M. Adams, direct from Chincha
Islands. RAVENEL A CO.
jan?_
J^AND PLASTER AND LIME.
For Agricultural purposes. For sale by the ton
at low rates. Apply to OLNEY k CO.
janis stuthlmo
?JROASDALE'S SUPERPHOSPHATE,
Manufactured by WATTSON A CLARK,
Philadelphia. Trade mark, W. A C. This stand?
ard Fertilizer ls made of the Phosphate Rock of
South Carolina, and is prepared under the Imme?
diate supervision or Professor JAMES C. BOOTH,
United States Chemist. Each cargo ls analyzed
upon arrival by Professor SHEPARD.
For sale in lots to suit purchasers, for cash or
time, with approved city acceptance.
Apply to W. GURNEY,
Sole Agent for South Carolina,
No. 102 East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
Jana sun h_
pERUVIAN GUANO.
Warranted Genuine PERUVIAN GUANO for
sale low.
ALSO,
LAND PLASTER
Pondrctte
Fish Guano.
Apply to J. A. ENSLOW A CO.,
feb? 1 tuths3 No. 141 East Bay.
Cumber, incl, Ut.
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OAL! COAL! COAL!
350 tons Superior Red Ash CO AL, egg size, land?
ing from Schooner J. B. Van Dusen. and for sale
by IL F. BAKER* CO.,
No. 20 Cumberland street.
IN YARD:
Red Ash COAL, stove size, for cooking pur?
poses.
Cumberland Coal, 1er Smiths' use.
Ciimoerland Coal, lump?. Tor house use.
White Ash Coal, ror Foundries and Steam.
feb8 3
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NGLISH COAL.
40 tons Best English Household GOAL, for sale
In quantities to suit purchasers, by
ROBERT M?RE A CO.,
feb8 4 Boyce's Wharf
J P. MOODIE,
COLLECTOR AND REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 26 BROAD STRKKT,
Charleston, S. C.
Will attend to the RENTING OF HOUSES, Col
loctiou of Rents, Accounts, Ac.
Refers to Messrs. Gourdin, Matthicsscn k Co.,
J. C. Cochran, Esq., Dr. T. L. Ogler A Son. Mesara.
Pelzcr, Rodgers A Co., Thomas R. Warina;, Es*.
Messrs. w. B. williams k Son.
dec?s thstu3mo

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