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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON A CO.,
No. 149 East Ray. (marleston, S.O.
g?h? (?J)arlr?ton Mtiv?.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1872.
SEWS OF TBE DAT.
-Gold closed yesterday at 94a9|.
-In New York cotton closed firm at 2l?c
for uplands, with sales of 2070 bales.
-In Liverpool cotton closed strong; up?
lands lOjd, Orleans lOjd; sales 15,000 balee.
-An ingenuous New York girl has written
to the Grand Duke, appealing to him to give
her lover niue thousand dollars, so that he
may be able to pay his debi s and marry her.
-Sr. Petersburg gossip states that the Em?
peror of Russia Intends to resiga nest spring,
owing to the enfeeblement of his constitution,
and that he will pass the remainder of his life
In the Crimea.
-A new house of parliament ls to be erect?
ed at Berlin, Prussia, and the architects of all
nations have been invited to compete in the
presentation of designs. The plans must be
sent lo Berlin before April 15th. A prize of
$4220 will be given for the best design, and
priz-s of $844 for each of the four next best
-The North German Gazette-as is an?
nounced in a cable dispatch from Berlin-de?
clares that the friendly relations between Ger?
many and Brazil have been resumed, and tbat
the difficulty between the two countries has
been settled, owing to the conciliatory be
teviot of Brazil. These words,1 -conciliatory
blBavJor of Brazil," means a great deal, and
afford good evidence of the spirit which now
rules in the conduct of Germany to other and
weaker powers. Prussia has grown so great
that she most now be "conciliated." Europe
should take warning ft om this utterance of j
the North German Gazette. !
-The official gazette of St. Petersburg, of
a late date, in the course of an article oa the I
foreign jolley of Russia toward Turkey and
Austria-the purport of which 1B to give as?
surances of the peaceful Intentions of Russia
makes mention of an .observation of Prince
Bismarck to a traveller, to whom the follow
lng remarks wer? made: "When I did all in
my power to obviate war betweeu France and
Germany, it was not because I doubted the
issue. We were too strong to render defeat
probable. I was convinced that war, once
begun, would spread over half a century."
So far, happily, Bismarck's prophecy has
failed, since the war that commenced at For
bach ended with the fall of Paris.
-The draft for one thousand dollars which
the Grand Duke gave lo the Mayor of Montreal
lor the benefit of the poor ol that city has been
curiously misapplied. When Alexis was there
the Mayer became responsible to the botel
proprietors for their bill Alter his departure
the City Council refused to appropriate any
money for such a purpose, tvhlch throws the
whole upon the Mayor. That ' facial there?
upon impounds the one thousand dollar draft,
and declares his Intention of applying it to
the discharge of the hotel bill unless the Coun
- ell reconsiders Its vote ia the matter. This Is
the state of things at present, and mayor and
aldermen are endeavoring to throw upon each j
other the responsibility of depriving the poor j
of lbe money given directly to them, and
especially needed by them at this time.
-Of all the sensational performances of
the present day that of the Prussian Hercules,
Herr Holtum, at the Holborn Ampi theatre, is
described as the most striking, lhere bave
been many performers of tbe gun trick, but
the cannon of Herr Holtum ls not a trick, but
A reality. A siege gun, drawn into tbe arena
by two horses, is loaded by an artilleryman,
and in sight of the audience a cannon ball of
twenty pounds' weight.ls inserted. Then Herr
Holtum walks to the opposite side, and, stand?
ing face to the muzzle, gives ihe command
' Fire I" and sure enough, after a flash and a
boom, which shakes the building, the cannon
ball ls caught by the Prussian Hercules. On
one occasion-either through some slight er?
ror in the management of the gun, or owing
to the charge ot powder being too great-the
cannon ball passed over Hei r Hoi tu m's head,
instead of Into his hands, and, as If to prove
that "lhere was really no deception," carried
away a portion of one of the pilaster.'.
' -A somewhat curious festival was held in
the River Serpentine, in England, on Christ?
mas day. It was no less than a swimming
mai ch of one hundred yards distance in the
Icy, river by thirty " all the-year-round I
bathers." Notwithstanding the coolness of j
the temperature and the water, we are as
8 ired by the London papers that the match
was agr?ai success, and gave the most ample
enjoyment to the participants in lt. After I
fielr icy bath, the irrepressible water-lover?
partook of a liberal supply of rum and mltk, I
In which they pledged the health of tbe Queen
a id Prince of Wales. One old chap, who be-1
ongs to this association, has been in the cus?
tom, for years, of taking a dally bath Ia the
river, and, whenever the ice interferes with
his natatory exercise, he cuts his way into tbe
water with a small hatchet. ;
-Two hundred and sixty-five prominent
English physicians and surgeons have signed
a memorandum certlfylog that alcohol, in J
whatever form, should be preset ibed with as I
much care as any powerful drug, and that the j
directions for its use should ba so framed as
not to be Interpreted as a sanction for excess
or the continuance or Us use when the occa-1
sion bas passed. The signers expr< ss the firm
conviction that the large amount of drinking
of alcoholic liquors Ia Great Britain ia one of
the most hurtful evils of the day, destroying,
more than anythlog else, the health, happi?
ness and welfare of the working classes.
Taese phyisclans say that they will gladly sup?
port any wise legislation which would tend to
restrict withlo proper limits the use of alcohol?
ic beverages, and to iatrodtice temperance.
Among the signatures are to be lound the
names or distinguished physicians and sur?
geons in extensive practice, army surgeons or
high rank, Inspectors general of hospitals,
professors in medical colleges and members of
the medical staffs attached to hospitals in Lon?
don and tbe provint e -.
- T .? robbery of the Trenton, N. J., Bank,
cn Sunday evening, was a well-planned piece j
of v i ll an y, and failed of complete success only
by the merest chance. Seven persons seem
to have been engaged in the affair. Several
days ago they rented a building two doors
irom the bank, ostensibly for a millinery es- j
tabll8hment. They then arranged a systen\of |
signals, by which, on the night of the burg?
lary, those of the number who had obtained
access to the bank were warned of the ap?
proach of the watchmen. After the watchmen
were bound and gagged, the robbers pried
open the safe, and went to work assorting the
bonds and ? ther valuables they lound in the
I outer compartments. Those which were reg
I istered were thrown aside, only those being
taken which could be disposed of without de-1
1 tectlon. While engaged in their work the ap?
proach of the second watch was signalled by
the line communicating with the building oc?
cupied by their accomplices. As he entered
the door he was seized, but a lady, who was
fortunately pas ?lng, Baw the struggle and gave
the alarm, causing lhe burglars to fly with
such spoil as they had been able to secure.
Just before the discovery two fights were also
gotten up near the bank to distract the atten?
tion of the police. The aggregate loss is not
supposed to exceed $10,000.
Pedagogues anti Primers.
Tbe Appropriation Bill for 1871-72 allots
the enormous sum of $335,000 for educa?
tional expenses. To this must be added
the poll-tax, which ought to realize $150,000
more. This is far beyond what the State,
at this juncture, can afford to pay. Last
year, the appropriation, outside of the poll
tax, was $220,000, and this is fully as much
as the people can endure. We should be
glad to see thriving schools in every village
and at every cross-road?, but the Legisla?
ture should have some consideration for
the taxpayers as well as for the uneducated
poor. The people, moreover, are not satis
fled that the school funds are judiciously ex?
pended, and they will certainly disapprove
of any measure which increases the volume
of taxation. If tbe Legislature, however,
intend to retrench in other matters-their
own expenses, for example-in order to pay
more pedagogues, and buy mor') primers,
there will be far less cause for grumbling.
At all events it is worth tryiog.
The New Bia? Ridge Bill.
The new Bine Ridge Bil), which was
roughly handled in the Senate yesterday,
appears to be one of the convenient meas?
ures which speculators frame when they are
anxious to be rid of an unexpectedly bad
bargain. It proposes to saddle upon the
State all the liabilities of tbe road, and gives
tbe Treasurer, in the approved fashion,
authority to use and issue as many bonds of j
the State as the operation may require. On
the other side, it allows the road to change
its name, and provides for the cancelment
of the four million guaranteed bonds wbicb
are now well-nigh worthless. If the liabili?
ties of the road really bo only half a million,
it would take over two millions of State
bonds to redeem ibat amount, and the State,
in return, will receive four millions of bonds,
which woald be dear, just now, at ten cents
on the dollar.
-We are anxious to witness tbe comple?
tion ?r tbe Blue Ridge Road, bat the new
scheme is one in wbicb all the advantages
are on one side-that of the Ring. The
Blue Ridge Bill should be killed. One or
these days we may be able to find a respon?
sible Syndicate who will take ap the road
and build it. It will theo be time enough
to ask for more assistance from the State.
Shall Women Vote f
The "National Suffrage Committee," com?
posed of T?males prominent ia the women's
suffrage movement, beaded by Airs. Eliza?
beth Cady Stanton, lately held a three days'
convention in the City of Washington.
Their object is to secure from Congress the
passage sf a declaratory act enabling we
men to vote, claiming that their right to do
so os citizens bas been secured by the Four?
teenth and Fifteenth Amendments to tbe
Constitution. It will be remembered that a
case came before the Supreme Court
of the District of Columbia in November
last, on tbe suit of two women, Sarah Spen?
cer and Sarah Webster, who wished to vote,
against tbe Board of Registrars, who re?
fused to put their names on the books,
This claim was made nnder "tbe act to pro
" vide a government for they District of Co?
lumbia," which declares tnat "all m?le
"citizens" properly qualified shall be en
titled to vote. This, of course, excludes
females, even those whoso chief ambition
seems to be to be considered males, but it
was contended by the plaintiffs that they
bad an inherent right to vote resting in na?
ture, and guaranteed by lhe Constitution in
such wise that it may not be defeated by
legislation. Tho court held that the right
to vote is not un absolute or natural right;
that the practical working of the assumed
right would be destructive of civilization is
decisive that the right does not exist. Tbe
court decided that, under the Fourteenth
and Fifteenth Amendments, all persons born
in tbe United States are citizens thereof,
but that to make a person a citizen is not
to make bim or her a voter. Tbe judge held
that all that had beea accomplished was to
make them capable of becoming voters.
At tbe same time be gave as his own opinion
tbat the clause does advance women to full
citizenship, and clothe them with the capa?
city to become voters, but that Congress,
the legislative power of that jurisdiction, ns
yet had not seen Ut to carry the inchoate
right into effect. Previous to this lime, in
the early part of November, the names of
several women, among them Victoria A.
Woodhull, Tonnie C. Claflin and Mary A.
Leland, were inscribed on the voters' regis?
ter in New York. The registrars, upon the
application of the last-named person, are
said lo have referred to the Constitution of
the United States, and, not Unding any in?
terdiction of female regislratic n, acceded lo
the request of the female aspirants. In
Philadelphia, a similar demand of "a woman,
one Carrie L Burnham, to bo registered and
assessed as a voter, wa3 acceded to by the
Board of Assessors. The applicant claimed
that citizenship was not confined to sex;
tbat women, from the foundation of the
government, hod been recognized os citi?
zens, and that now, under the Constitution
or the United States, with its amendments,
they were justly entitled to all the privileges
of citizenship equally with man. These ar?
guments W3i-e ussd by the females who
wanted to vote in Washington, but the
judges of election refused to accept the
new interpretation of the Constitution, and
hence the case made np for the District Su?
preme Court, with the result above stated.
Without discussing the constitutional pro?
position here stated by which, as expounded
by the New York registrare, logically, any?
thing that is not interdicted by the Consti?
tution may be done, it is sufficient to state
that the main object of the late convention
in Washington wa3 to secure the passage of
a declaratory act enabling women to vote.
But this is a point which even the reckless
and "progressives" spirits of our Radical
Congress seem indisposed to yield. The
telegraph tells us that the Judiciary Com?
mittee of the Senate, on Thursday, reported
against the proposed measure, and it is more
than likely that the House Committee, in
spite of the harangues of the blatant Butler,
will follow suit Fast as is the age and
country in.^hicb wo live, these sutirage
shriekers afP^evidently in advance of the
sentiment of the times.
We observe in the proceedings of the con?
vention at Washington that a correspond?
ence was read, in which Mrs. Elizabeth
Cady Stanton challenges Mrs. Admiral
Dahlgren and Mrs. General Sherman, oppo?
nents of female suffrage, to "enter the lists"
of debate on the question, which the ladies
referred to declined-a fact that the warlike
Miss Anthony seemed to consider as a tri?
umph for her side, apparently not appre?
ciating the centre shot, which was conveyed
in the following paragraph :
"In reply to this Invitation, for which we
thank you lu solar as it may have been ex?
tended in a true desire to elicit fair argument,
we would remind you that lu (he very tact ot
soliciting us to 'bold d?bale1 on a public plat?
form, on this or any other question, you en?
tirely Ignore the principle that ourselves and
our friends seek to defend, viz: The preserva?
tion of female modesty."
We are mach inclined to coincide with
the conclusion of a Western woman,
wbo recently closed a letter against
the favorite hobby of the "strong-minded"
of ber sex with the terse and point?
ed declaration: "You may look at
"this matter in whatever light you will, but
"simmer it down, and it is but a quarrel
"with the Almighty that we are not all
Death of Colonel Josrpb Whaley.
This venerable sea island planter died yes?
terday afternoon at the residence of h's son,
Colonel Wm. Whaley, In this city, at the ad?
vanced age ol eighty-five years.
Although the public lite of Colonel Whaley
was not eventful, he cherished to the very
last an ardent love for his native Stale, in
whose cause he sacrificed a large part of his
fortune. He served as a voluuleer during
the war ol 1812, and was afterward a mem?
ber of the military family of Governor Johu
Lide Wilson. As a member of the State Leg?
islature of 1818 and 1820, he steadfastly op?
posed ihe abolition of ihe property qualifica?
tion lor voling-a measure which was carried
at that time. Than he, no man was firmer
in bis adherence to deliberate and settled
opinions. He bal not learnt the art ot bow?
ing before the shifting breezes ot popular opin?
ion, and to the end of hts life was an uncom?
promising opponent of the advanced ideas of
the present day.
Colonel Whaley was born on Euislo Island,
and found In the cultivator ol his ancestral
acres an occupation more congenial than that |
of politic?. 1 hough he began life with slender
resources, tho late war lound him In the pos?
session ot ample means, which, however, w? rd
much reduced by'the disasters Incident to the
conflict. In 18GG he resumed thc cultivation
of the-Edlsto estate, which, it was his pride,
had never known ether owncis than his fore?
fathers an 1 the red man. He gave hts per-1
sonal care lo bis planting operations, and until
last October, when he was stricken down by a
Calal Hines?, he retainel an activity and a
vigor very unusu il In a mao ol his ripe yeats.
Colonel Whaley was a man of high charac?
ter and Indomitable will. His long and useful
life, mai led throughout by a scrupulous ex
actnesi in the discharge of every duty, ls
fitly crowned by a talm and happy death.
The funeral will take place at St. Michael's
Church, at four o'clock this afternoon.
Charleston and Sumter.
The Sumter yew:; prion a strong appeal for
a direct through line from Sumter lo Charles?
ton. Such a line, it believes, would bring to
this city a vast amount of trade which now
goes Northward. It urges, therefore, that
the Northeastern Railroad Company build the
line from Gourd in's to Sumter, or that the
South Carolina Railroad Company buy the old
track to Ringville, or else constiuct a Hue
from Middleton, ou the Camden Branch, to
Sumter. Charleston is ready and able to take
good care of all the business which can be
brought to ber, and our railroad men, we pre?
sume, will have an eye to Sumter.
Sour bm a.
BOARDING.-A FEW BO?1?D1SR?CAN
be accommodated at No. 120 Wentworth
st. ett, near Smith. Jan23- tus2*
AT COK ES BURY, S. C.- thoron eli Instrac
tiuu. Board at $10 a month. One ot the healthi?
est locations lu the Siaie. Reopens February 1,
1872. Apply for Circular. Rsv. O. r. KO UNI).
RING'S MOUNTAIN MILITARY
S?UOOL. YORKV1LLB, S. C.-The Orst
sebuion of the scho d year, 167-.'. will begin on the
1st of February, ann ead ou the som of June.
TKKMS -For School expenses, L e.. Tuition,
Board. Washing. Fuel. Lights, Books, Stationery,
Ac, $135, payable In advance. Circulars coma n
irg full Information may be obtained upo i appll
cauou to COLONEL A. COWARD,
deco stnth2moa Principal and I'ropiietor.
M??KT ZION SCHOOL,
WI>NSBORO\ S. C.
The Spring Session opens Monday. January
29, 187J. The cuurseof instruction aflords thor-1
ough preparation for any department t.r univer- !
slty study o r ior business life. Tito Virginia
Military Institute has recently conferred upon 1
this Sum ol au Annual Prize Scholarship, cover?
ing th- ( nttre course tn that institution.
Address M. M. FARROW,
Jan9 tuthslmo FrlnclpaL
ftrjnrnlmr*, ijorticnlm?, #r.
FLORIST AND GARDENER,
SPRING STUEST NEAR RUTLEDOB.
A choice assortment of ORNAMENTAL TREES,
Roses, Shrubs, Fruit Tree*, Bouquets, Camelias,
Flowers, Greenhouse Plants. Ac.
cataloenes can be got on the premises.
Pianos, Organs, &t.
Just received by Steamer, a handsome assort
mentof PIANO FORTKS in vailous siyles, and
warrauted for Ave years. Parties Unending to
parchase are lnvl ed to cn; aud examine these
biauiilul Instrument*. For cale at Factory
prier d. HENRY BIKO LING'S
;.u-lc Wareroooi8, King aud ceau'ain BU.,
J UL5-3 In lear of Greer'd Bookstore.
UNION, No. 43_Toe Regular Monthly Meet?
ing will be held Tuts EVENING, at half-past 7
o'clock, at Mall over Wilson's Grocery, King
street. ED. B. BRADLEY,
MOST EXCELLENT GRAND ROYAL
ARCH CHAPTER OP SOUTH CAROL'NA.
Trie Annual Grand Convocation of tue Grand
Royal Arch Chapter or Sou'h Carolina will be
holden In the City of charleston, on TUESDAY, ihe
13th day of February, A. 1. 2402, A. D. 1872. at
The Presidents of the varlons Railroads In South
Carolina have kindly consented to pei mit the
Grand Oincers and Delegates to pass and repasa
thereon for one fair. Tue full fare ls to be paid at
the p ace of starting, and certificares will be
Issued by the Grand Secretary, at the close o the
Convocation, entitling the bolder to return free of
any charge whatever.
Board can be bad at the following rat es: Charles?
ton Hotel, $3 per day; Pavilion Hotel, $2; Mills
The Delegates are requested to come prepared
to make their returns and pay their dues.
It ls sincerely hoped that there will bea general
attendance, as business of great importance will
bc presented for consider .non.
AU??STINE T. SMYTHE,
BIBLE SOCIETY OF CHARLESTON.
The Annual Meeting ot the Bible Society or
cr.aries1 on will be held at the Charleston College,
on next MONDAY. 29th Instant, at half past 6 P.
M.. when an E ectlon of Officers will be held, and
the Annual Report of the Board oe presented.
jan26-3_J. N. ROBSON', Secretary.
OFFICE CHARLESTON GASLIGHT
COMPANY, JANUARY 24,1872.-The annual
Meeting of the Stockt! Iders or this Company will
be held on MONDAY, the 5th or Febrnary, un, at
the Hall of the Planters' and Mec ?anles' Bank,
East Bay, at 12 o'clock M., when a statement or
tho n ira i rs of the Company will be submitted, and
ai Eltotlon held for President and Eight Directors
to serve for the ensuing year.
W. J. HERIOT, secretary and Treasurer.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of the South Carolp:a Rail?
road company and of the Southwestern Railroad
Bank will be held at the south wem rn Railroad
Bank, Broad street, on FEBRU?.KY 13th, proximo,
at ll o'clock A. M.
On the following day an election will be held
for Fifteen Directors of Hie Railroad Company
and Thirteen Directors of the Bunk.
stockholders willbepasstd over the road, to
and from the meeting, rrce of charge.
The proposed Amendment to Article l. Section
1 nf the By-laws, changing- the time of the annual
meeting, "by striking out February, on second
Hoe, andlnsertlngAp.il," will come up for ac?
tion at this meeting. J. R. EMErtY,
ages or 13 aud 16, who ti willing to make
himself geaeraly useful, at No. 22 Pitt street.
WANTED. A GOOD COOK, COLORED.
Must be recommended. Apply at No. 60
Rutledge avenue, three doo? a'novo cannon.
WANTED TO RENT. THREE OR FOUR
Rooms; on same floor preferred. Address
P. D. F., at NEWS Ofllcc._Jan27-1?
WANTED, A HOSTLER AND COOK.
Must come recommended, at No. 23 Reid
st ree t._J<n272
"ITTANTED TO PURCHASE, FOR
VV cash, several Lots with Residences there?
on, ranging m price bei ween $soo and $2000.
Apply to I.s. K. BENNETT, Real Es'ato Aitent,
No. 40 Broad street,_Jan27-stu2
WANTED, A COMPETENT DRUG
CLERK; a single man. Addre-a, stating
amount of Balary expected, and number or years
experience. Dr. B. W. UARDEE, corner Brough?
ton and Haberaham street,*, Savannah, Ga. .
HORSE WANTED, A WELL BROKEN
Saddle and Drait Horse of good size and
style. L. H. u'dE\R, southern Wnarf.
WANTED TO PURCHASE, SECOND
hand Furniture. Carpets, Ac, for cash.
Ado rt 33 Po3t< Alee Box 122. Jan22-mwsm4?
AMALE TEACHER WANTED, TO
give general satisfaction and commence
.-chool as soon as possible. A salary of two hun?
dred and twenty-five do lars. Including board
and washing, will be paid to Teach about eight
scholars ten months. For fu ther informa non,
A'tdress Z. A W., St. Matthew's Postofflce, S. C.
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warranted
Sewing machine tn t he market ls the HOME SHUT?
TLE, price $25 and $37. Can be st en at the Gene?
ral Agency, No. 01 Hasel street, oppo ite Express
Office. T. L. BI-SELL._Janli-6mo
WANTED, EVERYONE TO KNOW
that FLETCHER A GURNEY, at the Little
Store around the Corner, No. 83 Mitket street,
have constantly on hand a splendid cssortment
o? h-ew Yo:a ?cd Domestic PODLTRY, GAUE
AND EGGS. Also a line lot of Sugar Oared
Hams, Primo Coi-hen and Family and Conni ry
BUILT, Beef ana Pork sausages, Cheese, should?
ers, Side?, Dips, t elle:y, Eggs and l ard. GAME
a specialty, meir motto: rho Best and Cheap
1 est. Remember-the Lit ile Store round the Coiner,
AGENTS WANTED !-FOR THE UNI?
VERSAL TWINE AND TU HEAD CUTTER;
.-aves time, twice, thread, fingers and teeth. Some?
thing everybody wants. Samples mailed on re?
ceipt or 26 cents. Address GhURGE DAVIS, Nu.
6H9 Broadway, New York._oct30-3mos
db07K A MONTH, EXPENSES PAID,
HPfJ i fj Male or Female Agents.-Horte and
outfit furnished to sell our UNIVERSAL CEMENT.
Combination Tunnel, Button Hole cutter and
ot her articles. Circulars .ree. Address Novelty
t om nany. Saeo, Me._novl-t-78
JUST ARRIVED FROM KENTUCKY, A
lot ol Plantation and Timber MULE H. For
sale at ray Stable on Queen street. P. WEST.
FOR SALE AT BONNEAU'S DEPOT.
Northeastern Railroad, two well-finished
BUILDINGS, suitable for a oountry store, and
residence attached. Also a SHED eighty feet
long, by twenty-eight feet wide, tue upper part
floored, lined tran sashed. Apply to JOHN c.
MALLUNEE, Office and Yard Hoi lbeck'a Wharf,
Washington street, oast bide Northeastern Rail?
FOR SALE, AT No. 56 EAST BAY, A
large and choice lot of SING1NU BIRDS of
various kin ,s, and Fancy Pigeons, Brahmlu and
Cochin China Fo ? ls and their Eggs, for those
lntendlog to taise fine productive. Birds. Fine
Setters, Yard Dogs, and Sky and Black-aod-Tan
Terriers; Live Deer and Rabbits and Guinea Pigs;
a flue select 1 a of Breeding and Singing Canaries
and Mocking Birds, duos supplied with com?
mon stock Pigeons for snooting parties or other
purposes. A large supply on hana sud early ad?
ditions coming. Persons having any or the n bo ve
named Birds and Animas will address JOHN
BINNS, No. 66 hast Bay._Jan27-i?
FOR SALE, A BARGAIN.-THE SUB
ST ANTI AL BUICK CHURCH BUILDING,
corner Hasel and Anson streets. Offered low if
aptdled for Immediately, at c. VOIGT. Chairman
Vestry, No. B5 Market street._Jaul0-ws7
FOR SALE. AT MY STORE, No. 229
King streer, a lot of beautiful Japanese
LACQUER WORK, just received on consigo meat,
direct, from Japao. some of the specimens are of
the highest order of Japanese *rt, and 1 ar su?
perior to any goods of ihis description hereto?
fore offered m this city. F. VON SANTEN. next
door to Academy or Music._Jan26-2
TO BENT, TWO LARGE ROOMS IN
a choice neighborhood. To an approved
tenant terras moderate. Apply at No. 4 Wall
rilO RENT, THE THREE-STORY HOUSE
A No. 27 Vandeihorst street. Apply at No. 4
Hudson street. _Jan27-sw2?
TO RENT, THE LOWER PART OF
House No. 153 Calhoun street. Apply on the
purni es. jan26-2*
TO RENT, TH li THIRD STORY OP No.
21 Broad* street, over Pressley, Lord & In
giesb> 's office. Apply at No. 1 Hayne street,
jjjJ?S. M. J. 3ERN0W,
NO. 304 KING STREET,
Would respectfully inform the ladles that she
OPEN THIS DAY
A F?LL ASSORTMENT OF MILLINERY
DRESSMAKING In all its branches attended to
as usual. Having obtained the Agency or Mdme.
DEMUREST'SCELEBRATED PAPER PATTERNS,
ls now prerared to furnish a general
ASSORTMENT OF PATTERNS.
Country ordeiB will receive prompt attention.
B C T U E E
F IO HT REV. BISHOP LYNCH,
ST. PATRICK'S CHUROH,
ON SUNDAY EVENING, JANDARY 28, 1872,
AT HALF-PAST 7 O'CLOCK.
Subject-'THE WORLD AND THE POOR."
Price of admission io cents.
Tickets can be procured at tbe Choren and on
the night of the Lecture at the door. jan26-2
^OADEM? OF MUSIC.
UNEQUALLED CONO ?RT ORGANIZATION OF
SIXTY DISTINGUISHED PiKFOKMERS,
Pronounced bj the entire Press the largest and
mosr. perfect Conceit Troupe which has ever un?
dertaken a tour either In this country or In Europe,
THREE GRAND CONCERTS !
THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY ISL
FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY fd.
SA TURD A Y EVENING, FEBRUARY 3d.
The following celebrated Soloists will appear,
Miss MARIE KREBS,.
The young and brilliant Pianiste.
Mr. BERNHARD LISTEMANN. Violin.
Mr. Louis SCHREIBER. Cornei-a-Plston.
Signor LUIGI ROCCO, Harp.
Together with tho
UNRIVALLED ORCHESTRA OF OVER FIFTY
Reserved Seats In Orchestra and Dress Cir?
Admission. 1 60
Family Circle. 76
Pnvate Boxes.$16 and $20.
The s ile of Reserv<.d seats wtil commence on
MONDAY MORNING. January. 29th, at 9 o'clock,
at Box (.race ot Acidemy, wa ea the- Programme
can al o be h-d.
Doors open at quarter past 7. To commence at.
8 o'clock. Jan2S-9
A R I N E INSURANCE.
COASTWISE AND FOREIGN MARINE RISKS
taken at reasonable ra'es in the OKIENT MUTUAL
INSURANCE COMPANY, of New York, and upon
Uber al terms. HUGER A- RAVENEL,
Jan27-3tuthBf5 * No. 8 Broad street.
L n5T~A ~N~
$2600 on REAL ESTATE in the City.
Apply to EDWARD LOWNDES, Broker,
jau25 No. 19 Broad street.
rTIHE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND
X. TRUST COMPANY.
CHARLESTON, January 20, 1872.
The attention of Depositors In the Savings De?
partment of 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 tn sound an t valuable Securities.
In addition to thia 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 of six per cent, per annum,
tither paid lu cash QUARTERLY, or passed to
credit and comp ou ede I. F. A. MITCHELL,
J?ONDS, COUPONS, Ac.
GOVERNMENT, STATE, CITY AND RAILROAD
BOND j AND COUPONS
Uncurreot Bar.k Notes
Gold and ? liver
Dealt regularly In.
COLLECTIONS OF DIVIDENDS, COUPONS AND
COMMERCIAL PAPER-SIgh: and Time-upon
all points lu the United States, made upon the
most favorable terms, and pro.eeds promptly ac?
&3~ AU business attended to with fidelity and
A. O. KAUFMAN,
dec?tulha No. 26 Broad street.
Of very high grade. For Bale by
Jan27-a_J. A. ENSLOW A CO.
uoo barrels warranted Pure Nova Scotia LAND
PLASTr R. For sale by
HERMANN BUL WINKLE, Kerr's Wharf.
ilegal Not ces
ESTATE JAMES L. LEGARE, DE?
CEASED.-Received January 26th, 1872,
I ru i ii Thomas Jones Legare, on his application for
Administration, Twenty-Five Dollars, expenses
preparing and filing Petition, Orders, Oaths, Gita,
tliins, printing Bund and Sureties, Qualifyi g Ad?
ministrator, Administration Papers, Recording
Certifying and Stamp Lntyon pruceedlnas.
($26.) GEORGE BUIST,
Jan27-law3* Probate Judge.
NOTICE.-ALL PEKSONS HAVING
claims against the Estate of the late WM.
B. SEABROOK, of James Island, will present
them, duly attested, and all persons indebted
thereto will make paymsnt to Messrs. CHAMBER?
LAIN ? SEABROOK, Attorneys, at their office in
the Courthouse. In Charleston, on or before the
6th day of February, A D. 1872.
ELIZABETH MAY SEABROOK,
Jan24 ws4 Administratrix.
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA
CHARLESTON COUNTY.-Court of Common
Plea?.-JOHN HAN' 'KEL and .EDWIN D EN
STON, Plalutiirs, against EDWARD R, MORRIS,
T.) EDWARD R. MORRIS. Defendant In this
action : You are hereby summoned to answer the
complaint in this acMon, which ls flied lu the or?
nee or the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas,
for the said County, and to serve a copy of your
auswer oa the subscribers, at/bis office, No. 40
Broad street, Charleston, S. C., wit: ia twenty
days after the service of tnis summons, exclusive
of the day or service, if y. u falito answer this
complaint within the time herein specified, the
Plaintiffs will take Judgment against you for the
sum or two thousand live hundred and fifty-one
95-100 dollars, with luton st at the rate of seven
per cent, per annum, from the thirtieth day of
November, one thousand eight hundred and
seventy, and cos s.
THOMAS M. HANCKEL,
Plain inv Attorney.
Dated December 2d, 1871.
A. O. Ki cnn c N D, C. C. P.
To EDWARD R. MORRIS: Take nollco that
the summons In this action, of which theforeaolng
ls a copy, was filed In the office of the Clerk of
the Court or Common Pleas, for the County of
Charleston, at Charleston, In the State of South
Carolina, on the fourth day of December, A. D.,
1871. THOMAS M. HANCKEL.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CHARLESTON-court of Com?
mon Piea*.-ROBERT D0UQLA>S and ERl H.
JACKSON', partners, doing business under the
name of DOUULASS & JACKSON, Plaintiffs,
against EDWARD R. MORRIS, Derendant.
To EDWARD R. MORRIS Defendant in this
action : You are hereby summoned to answer
tho complaint In this action, which ls flied In the
office of tho clerk of the Court of Common Pleas,
for the said County, and to serve a copy or your
answer on the subscriber at bis office, No. 40
Broad streer, Charleston, S. C., within twenty
days arter the service of this summons, exclusive
or the day of service. If yon fall to answer this
complaint within the time a oresald, the plaintiffs
will take judgment against you for the sum of
eight hundred and thirty-one 88-100 dollars, with
interest at the rate or seven per cent per annum,
from the fifth day of December, one thou* a-jd
eight hundred and seventy-one. and costs.
THOMAS M. HANCKEL,
Dated December 2d, 1871.
A. C. RICUMOND, c. C. P.
To EDWARD R. MORRIS : Take notice that
the summons In this action, of which the foregoing
ls a copy, was filed In the office of the* Clerk of
the Comt of Common Peas, for the County of
Charleston, at charleston, In the State or Suntu
Carolina, on the fourth day of December. A. D.
1871. THOMAS M. HANCKEL,
de.30 sa Plaintiff!' Attorney.
(Ekotetiee, Ciipiorg, Ut.
TT AMS, STRIPS, C. R. SIDES, SHOUL
JJL DEBS, Ac
80 ti rees Extra s. o. HAMS, favorite Branda,
'.Old Reliable," "Washington," Paragon,"
15 boxes Extra S. 0. Strips
20 hhdB. Strictly Prime Western 0- R. Sides
?0 boxes Strictly Prime D. S. Western c. R.
Sides and Shoulders
16 boxes Extra S. O. D. S. Bellies
50 barrels Bee Hive Sj nip
loo boxes Soap, varions Brands
300 saetta Liverpool Salt.
In store and to arrive. .
Jan27-smw3 LAU REY, ALEXANDER A CO.
QHOICE SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
10 tierces Evans Bros. "BEE HIVE" HAMS, ll lbs
6 boxes Paragon Hams, io lbs average.
For sate by HENRY CUB1A A CO.
J_> RIME WESTERN D. S. MEATS.
10 ands. Prime D. S. SIDES
10 hhds. Prime D. S. Shoulders
Folly Cared Western Meat,
For sale to arrive, by
jan26-l HENRY OOBIA A CO.
gEA ISLAND COTTON SEED.
loo bushels "Palmyra" Prolific COTTON SEED.
Yield the last season 160 ponnds of Clean Cotton
to the acre. Apply to W. 0. BEE A GO.,
Jan23-? Adger's Wharf.
loco bales EASTERN HAY, to arrive, and for
sale in lots to salt purchasers by
JOHN H. HOLMES,
janie Southern Wharf.
The undersigned has Just received a supply of
the Great South American Cancer Remedy, GUN
DURANGO. H. BAER,
Janis _ No. lal Meeting street.
L S O N
Having long seen the necessity of placing a
pure and unadulterated stimulant before the
pubUc, for MEDICINAL PURPOSES, we have de?
termined to pack the following favorite brands or
LIQUOR in case?, consisting of one bottle each
PINET, CASTILLOS A 00.'S BRANDY,
PRIVATE STOCK PORT,
"PALE FAMILY" SHERRY,
"OLD VELVET" BOURBON,
LOCH KATRINE (SCOT.) WHISKEY,
Which we will sell at ten ($10) dollars per case.
Jo our friends we will fay that we guarantee the
purity of the above. 1 hey are endorsed by onr
leading Physicians, and are, wlthont any doubt,
SEND ORDERS TO
BOX No. 383, CHARLESTON, S. C.
9W No Charge for Delivery.
rjIHE GREAT GROCERY DEPOT,
NO. 190 KINO STREET.
LINLEY'3 CHEAP STORE,
NO. 190 KINO STREET.
THE GREAT CROCKERY DEPOT,
NO. 190 KING STREET.
THE GREAT GLASSWARE DEPOT,
NO. 190 KING STREET.
THE GREAT FRENCH CHINA DEPOT,
NO. 190 KING STREET.
THE GREAT TOY AND FANCY GOODS
No. 190 KINO STREET.
LINLEY'S CHEAP STORE,
NO. 190 KING STREET.
THE GREAT HOUSE-FURNISHING DEPOT,
NO. 190 KING STREET.
NOTICE.-The Business heretofore conda?ted at
No. 388 Kit g street will be discontinued on the
16th of JANUARY, 1872, and the undersigned win
be pleased to see his customers at the NEW
STORE, No. 190 King street.
JOHN W. LINLEY.
ARLE & BLYTHE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
AW Practice in State and Federal Courts.
AW Special attention given to collecting and
NAVAL STORES BROKER,
MARSHALL'S WHARF, EAST END CALHOUN
STREET, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
TTO A. MOSES, PH. D.
Geological Surveys and Maps promptly and
exactly execnted. Phosphate and Mining Pro?
perties reported upon, and Working Plans fur?
nished, Separat ng and Metallurgical Proces?
ses adapted to Ore Deposits. Special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES or FERTILIZERS,
Drugs, Ores, Minerals, Ac. LABORATORY,
dec23-stuth6mo_No. 28 George street.
WE LITE AND LEARN, DYE AND
TUE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
KO. 359 KINO STREET,
Dyes and Cleans, by means of steam, Gentle
men's, Ladles' and Children's Clothes. Fine
Laces and Lace C?rtama cleaned and done
np with the Sort or Manufacturers' Finish; Lace
ana crape Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and
AW Goods received and returned by Express.
jun22-iyr I. BILLER, .Proprietor.
gMOKED SALMON, BLOATBES, AcT~
Received per Steamship James Adger,
2 cases Bright Smoked Nora Scotia SALMON
2 cases'large Smoked Bloaters
100 pernada Ca ol ce Smoked Bailout
? so boxes Extra Scaled Berringa
sou poonda St. George's Codo-th.
200 pounds Dried Cask Fish
Barrels, kits and hair kits Extra Ko. 1, large
No. 1 and Mess Mackerel, Nova Scotia.
Fickled Salmon, Pickled Herring and Pick?
led White Pisa.
For sale by N. M. PORTER,
No 286 Slog street,
jan27 2 3d door above Market street.
J-JAVIS'S DIAMOND HAMS
Received direct rrcm cincinnati, Ohio,
5 tierces DavU's Diamond Brand Sugar cured
HAMS, small average. For sate by
N. M. PORTER^
No. 236 Klug street,
Jan27 2 31 door above Marl;et.
L A R I F IE D HONEY.
2 barreU Choice ClartOed Northern HONEY, by
the gallon or bottle.
For sale by N. M. PORTER,
No. 2SS Elute street,
jan27-2_3d door above Market street.
*yERY PRIME SEED BICE.
1000 bushels very Prime SEED RICE, very pure.
and free of red. Apply to _
J. R. PRINGLE A SON,
Jan27-stnth . No. 6 Adger's North Wharf.
(J 0 A LI "C O A Ll
80 ions Best ENGLISH COAL, for sale cheap?
Apply to HENRY CARD,.
Jan26-2 Accommodation Wharf.
?JUGAR AND MOLASSES. ^
78 hhds. New Orleans SUGAR
48 hhds. Deinerara Sugar
146 bbls Nen Orleans M?lasses.
In store and for sale by O. F. WETTERS,
Jin24_:_No. 189 East Bay.
BREASTS, HAMS AND BREAKFAST
5 hhds Choice S. 0. BR FASTS
io boxes and bbls Choice S. U. Pig hams
io bbls Choice Breakfast Bacon.
For sale by PAUL B. LALANE k GO.,
Jm26 3_Na 171 Bast Bay.
pOGNAO AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IN ?. S. BONDED STORES.
A TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 EAST BAY,
Oder for sale from U. s. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDY,
Tarions vin tag ea, In
Cases of one dosen b ut les each.
?JHOIO WHITE MILLING CORN AND
FLOUR, LANDING THIS DAY.
MORDECAI k CO., No. 110 Eas' Bay, Offer for
sale invoices Choice White MILLING CORN and
Extra FLOUR, landing thia day. ang8-6mo
JJARMONY'S SHERRY WINE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. lio East Bay. offer for
sale an Invoice of Choice HARMONY'S PALE
SHERRY WINE. A TOBIAS' SONS.
QHOIQE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI k 00., Na 110 East Bay, c-Sftr lor
sale an Invoice of onolce HAVANA CIGARS,
direct from Factory tn Havana._angs-smo
T7TNEGAR, PRUNES, WHITE WINE,.
V CLARET, Ac
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White Wine, Imported direct from
JgNGLISH PORTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS'SONS, Agents of Messrs. Edward
k George nibbert, of London, offer for sale Hib .
bert's PORTER and Baao's PALE ALE-pinta
and quarts._ anga-emo
?J^EW DAVIS'S DIAMOND BRAND
Just received at
JURIED FIGS, IN DRUMS AND BAS*
KETS, at Cost Price,' at
J^ORTH CAROLINA CORN WHISKEY,
at $2 per Gallon, a Specialty. Guaran teed Pure,
at WELCH'S GliOCERY.
Goods delivered free of charge._decio
QHOICE SMOKED TONGUES, AT 50
Soused PIGS FEET, at
iDfltcfrco, Jtruein), gc.
jD ALL, B L I C K ? O^p.,
Nos. 666 and 667 BROADWAY, N. Y.,
LARGEST IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND
Precious Stones .
AMD ALL KINDS OF \
At the Lowest Prices.
QEopartnerslnps and ffiiiisoltttimti.
CHARLESTON COUNTY.-Certificate orLtav
lied Partnership between THEODORE G. BOAG?
or the Olty of Charleston, in thc o unty and:
Sta e aforesaid, and ANDREW M. JACKSON, of
Augusta, lu the State or Georgia.
To all whom these Presents shall come they are
to certify that agreeably to the act of the Gene?
ral Assembly, or the State aforesatd, entitled An
Act to authorize the formation of Limited Part?
nerships, passed on the 20th day of December?
1837; and another, entitled An Act to extend the
duration of An Act authorizing the formation of
Limited Partnerships, passed on the 18th day of
December. 1846; and another Act extending the
same until repealed, passed on the 20th day of
December, 1866, THEODORE G. BOAG, of th?
City of Charleston, In the County and State afore?
said, and ANDREW M. JACKSON, or Augusta, In
the state of Georgia, have formed a Limited Part?
nership, as follows:
First. The Partnership ls to be conducted under
the name or Arm of THEODORE G. BOAG.
Second. The general nature of the business in?
tended to be transacted ls that of a General Fac?
to' age and OommlsBlon Business, Li the said City
Third. ANDREW M. JACKSON, residing in the
C ity of Augusta, in th- state of Georgia, ls th?
Sf ec lal Partner, and TU EU DO RE G. BOAG, re?
siding lu the city Charleston and State aforesaid,
U the General Partner.
Fourth. The said ANDREW M. JACRSCN, the
Special Partner, has contributed la cash the full
and Just sum of Five 'thousand Dollars to the
Fifth. The said Partnership io commence on
the twenty-fourth day of January, 1872 and will
terminate on the first day ot January, 1878.
In witness whereof the said Partners have
hereunto set their bands and seals, st Charleston,
this, the twenty-fcurth day of January, A. D. 1872.
THEO. G. BOAG. [L.8.1
A M. JACKSON. [L.S.]
Signed, sealed and delivered In the presence of
R. s. DURYEA, E. M. WHITING. Jan25-36
Cigars, Zobatto, Sit.
?HARIIESTON WHOLESAJJT?ND BE
TAIL MANUFACTURING CIGAR AND TOBACCO
NO. 310 KING STREET, THBXS DOORS SOUTH Or
MEERSCHAUM PIPES a specialty, therefore
can sell at prices to surprise yon. Suitable for
An extensive and complete assortment of all
articles m his line of business ts kept constantly
on hand, giving a facility or ailing, without de?
lay, all orders extended to him, accompanied
with cash, or drart on responsible houses ta tha
city. Purchasers are requested to examine his
perfect stock before trading elsewhere.
*^ WILLIAM SOHRODEHL
Proprietor of Emperor William Cigar ?tore,