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THU CHARLESTON DAILY NKWS "ls designa ..tod as the newspaper for the publication of "all legal notices, and official advertisements, ..for the County of Charleston, under the act "of February 22d, 1870, entitled an act to regu? late the publication of all legal and public '.notices." _ KETTS OF TBE DAT. -Professor Joseph Le Conte, In a paper In BRUmr.n-'-j Journal,- upholds the opinion that the whole, theory of geology muBt be recon? structed on the basis of a solid earth. -Late advices from Brazil report that the cotton cropln that country has suffered serious Injury, and that ihe deficiency will be much larger than had been anticipated. The ship? ments ar? already almost at an end, and but trifles are still expected from the Interior. -The burnt district in Boston now presents an exceedingly animated appearance. The work of rebuilding ls progressing at a very rapid rate, and present Indications are that before the snows of another winter fall little . will be lort to mark the scene of ihe conflagra? tion. - * -Florida is destined to be the Arcadia for tho sick and the Invalids of the North. Its . delighitul winter climate, Its fruit, game and fish, all conspire to mike lt attractive both to the sick and the pleasure ce.'-er. Tbe num? ber of visitors ibis year has been unprecedent? ed, and many have concluded to buy property and make'it a winter home in the future. -Illinois workmen still enjoy the privilege of working or not, as they please, but a new law Just signed by the governor renders lt a very serious matter for them to interfere with others In the exercise ot the same privileges. Persons convicted of attempting either indi? vidually or IG combination to coerce either workmen or employers are liable to a fine of $500 or six month?' Imprisonment. -lt ls announced that the Petit Journal of Paris, which probably has really "the largest circulation In the world." has passed Into the hands of that mort enterprising ot French newspaper meo, M. Emile de Glrardln, In conjunction with M. Gilbrat ol Le Constitu? tionnel and M. Jenty ol La France. It 1B farther stated that M. de Glrardln bas sold La Libert? to tils nephew, M. Detroyal, but probaly at the same lime retaining consider? able Influence over lt. The circulation of the Petit Journal ls over 200,000 a day. Its price ls a sou. It has a largo client?le In London also. M. de Girardin ls now nearly seventy. -The London money market, according to the last mail advice, wat beginning lo be in? fluenced by the prospector new foreign loans It ls understood that a large operation on account of the Russian Government is In con temptation, and Egypt and Turkey will also appear as borrowers before long. . Advices from Brussels report the issue of a three per cent, loan for 240,000,000 francs. Intended partly for the purchase of the Great Luxem? burg Ballway, and partly to assist to the con? version of the (aisling deb*:. Subscriptions have been Invited iot Massachusetts bonds for $600,000 at five per cent. Interest. -It ls not common fa,* a clergyman to die In bis pulpit, but this happened a Sunday or two al nco to the. Rev. T. B. Hudson, pastor of the M. E. c aurch In Clyde. He had read about fifteen minutes in a firm and distinct voice, when suddenly he stopped, requested that tho-windows be let down to admit the fresh, air, pressed hts bands to bis forehead and leaned forward on the deik. Tben, as If rallying ali his strengin. for the effort, he began again, and uttered the words, "These days ar?passlag away," and, as the last sylla? ble left his Ups, be fell back on the sofa and expired. Mr. Hudson bad been lor a period of thirty-three years in the active work ol tho ministry, and was widely known through? out central and western New York. ... -An Important discussion recently took placo In the New Dominion Parliament rela? tive to the best and most direct route between Ganada and Europe. It was explained that St. John, the moBt easterly point 1H Ameiica, and Valencia, the most westerly of Europe, were divided by only about sixteen hundred miles or one hundred hours, whilst about forty more would, by railroad over Newfound? land, by steamer across the Gulf of St. Law? rence to Shlpplgan, Canada, and thence by the International Railroad, bring mails or pas Bengora to Quebec. The construction of this link of railroad was advocated on the ground that lt would enable merchants to cross to Europe, transact their business, and return In a period of time now scarcely sufficient for tho outward and reiurn trips, n was also stated that this route would be shorter aod preferable even tor New York and Boston merchants. The ptlme minister of the New Dominion government warmly ecictses the project, and promises to give tho subject his best consideration, and It the scheme ap? peared practicable, lt would obtain the sup? port of. his government. -The feast of Courban-Bdlram, which was recently celebrated lu Turkey, left no room for business In any quarter during the lour days festival. Tue least ls one of sacrifices, and forms an occasion on wblcb every good Mus? sulman Immolates one sheep at least with his own-hands. The poor are dispensed from ibis pious practice, and And their advantage In the.dlsiribniions of flesh, which at this period the rich afford. On the latter ibis act of cbarl ty ls obligatory, and their position and for tune are reckoned by the number ot sheep which they sacrifice, with a view to distribu? tion among the poor. During the four or five days preceding the least, Constantinople ls one huge sheep fold. On every hand nothing ls seen but flocks of sheep, crowding the streets and public equares, where the peace? able animals are offered for sale. The richest private Individual and the loftiest functionary of the State does not think lt beneath him to come in person to this kind ot fair and plunge his band into tbe tutted bair of the animal he has already chosen by the eye to make him? self certain that it is perfectly fat. The pro? cession to the Mosque this year is said to have been Immense, almost all the people brlnglog their sacrifices and wearing costumes ol the most bizarre description. Nothing In the way of business is transacted dui lng the least, and the desire of the Orientals for leisure is fully gratified._ South Carolina Manufacturen. We have received from our Washington correspondent some interesting statistics of the mechanical and manufacturing indus? tries ot this State, which have been gathered from advance sheets ol the United States Census Report, on the subject of manufac? tures, and which famish a gratifying exhibit of the number and extent of these Industries. The following table gives a concise state? ment of the principal statistics in each county, and io the State; showing the num? ber of manfaoluring establishments and of bands employed therein; the amount ol capital invested, the amount annually paid ont in wages, and the value of the manufac? tured articles annually produced : ? . . <? 53 ? -? m T COUNTIES. Sf Sj J ? g Sa ~u o. Sr o ?d W O Sf ft? Aoville.... 102 197 144,64" 24.470 272,876 Anderson... 78 225 138,660 23 8?8 534.677 Bara weil. .. 154 40$ 178,8 S 88.241 825,891 BOf.Ufort.... Si 12' 74,350 17,676 83.677 Ohl.neston.. 224 2,679 1,638 639 616,962 2,431,768 Chester. 33 74 88.3;.0 13,266 268.4.9 Gbe^rfleld. 69 112 l;6.45o 8.6W 126 223 Careudon.. 20 82 29 160 4,936 61 082 COdeton. lt 88 ?3.K60 18,256 96,838 Darlington.. 23 SP 29,650 28,920 121,293 Eiluetteld.... 64 780 1,10125T 251,249 1 316.807 Falrfleld. 87 141 32.110 10,560 93.977 Georgetown. 12 176 69.100 86,976 876,675 Greenville... 48 329 2 8 285 45,893 361,875 Horry. 21 Kt 82,076 81.496 266,f26 Kersbaw. .. 6 ll 0.860 i." 11,122 Lancaster... 26 46 81.118 6,387 iM.l?O Laurens. 65 124 79,600 14 286 220,645 Lexington. 84 203 181.850 21.430 266.143 Harton. 17 18i 83.80f> 16.270 168,817 Marlboro'... 23 63 28,240 7,350 81.742 Newberry... 9 18 1M0O 2,276 H9 650 Oconee. 18 70 17,760 6,650 32.861 Orangebnrg. 28 01 17,936 8,986 76.864 Pinkett!. 66 93 32.380 2,105 100,061 Richland .. 69 493 637,120 112.191 686 9?2 Spartanbnrg 96 48> 247.446 49.910 467,162 Sumter.. 4. 237 69.061 80,648 178,267 Union. 66 126 93 680 16.939 818,078 Wlll.amsb'rg 17 8S9 62.660 02 661 2:6.658 York. 42 IM 97,626 28,880 238.297 Total.Il.684|8.iril6,400,418|l,643,7l6l9,868,981 This aggregate of annual productions, $9,858,981, compares very favorably with the value of the annual products in the other States, which, from their size, geographical position, <tc , are fair subjects ot compari? son; and the following table shows tbat there aro no less than fifteen other States and Territories which are led by South Caro? lina in this respect : State. Annual Products. . 8outh Carolina.$9,858,981 Arizona.- 185,410 Arkansas. 4 629.2 (4 Colorado. 2,852,820 Dakota. 178,670 DUtrlct of Columbia. 9,292,173 Florida. 4,685,403 Idaho. 1,047.624 Mississippi. 8,164,758 Montana. 2,494,511 Nebraska. 5.738.512 New Mexloo. 1,439.868 Oregon. 6,877,387 Ulah. 2,343,019 Washington Territory. 2,861.052 Wyoming Territory. 765.424 Io many of the States above named lhere are extensive and varied manufacturing in tereBts which might naturally be expected to exceed in importance those of Sonth Caro? lina. Thus the State of Mississippi has the industries of Vicksburg, which are reputed tobe vastly important; the district of Co lumbla bas its big floor mills at Georgetown, Nevada bas her lead and eilver mines and smelting furnaces, Washington Territory her vaal foreste and busy lumber mills, Arkan? sas her diversified industries, embracing al? most every department of labor, Oregon tbe lumber, flour and mechanical resources of the North Pacific coast, and Utah the la bor of the frugal and industrious Mormons and the extensive works of the Pacific Rall road. The explanation of Sonth Carolina's com parative importance io this respect appears to be furnished by a second table given in the census report, which shows the great di versity of the manufacturing industries in the State, which probably contribute more, by their great number and variety, than by their individual importance, io the aggre gate result. The number of establishments, and the value of the annual products of the most important of these industries, are stated as follows : Kind. Number. Products. Carpentering and building. .. 64 $ 313,350 Cotton mills. 12 1,529,937 Fertilizers. 9 425,000 Flour and grist mills.624 3.180,247 Lumber mills.229 1,232,005 Machinery. 21 426,427 Printing and publishing. 13 257,166 Tar and turpentine. 64 774.077 In addition to these, there are specified forty-six other branches of manufacturing industry carried on in South Carolina, com? prising from one to one hundred and fifty establishments and manufacturing products, to the value of from $1000 to $200,000 each, per annum. These include blacksmith sh xis, boot and shoe factories, brass foun? dries, bread and other bakeries, brick kilns, broom faotories, carriage and wagon build log shop?, freight and passenger car works, clothing manufactories, coffin and furniture manufactories, cooper shops, gas fixture manufactories, gan and pistol manofacto ries, iron mills, furnaces and foundries, leather tanneries and currying shops, distil lerlea of malt and v?noos liquors, marble and stone works, mineral and soda water manufactories, molasses and syrup millB, vegetable and colton seed oil mills, paint, lead and zinc works, paper mills, photo graph establishments, plumbing and gas fitting shops, pump manufactories, rice mills, quartz mills, saddle and harness fac? tories, sash, blind and door factories, sail lofts, ship yards, tlo, copper and sheet iron works, tobacco and cigar manufactories, weaving mills, wheelwright shops, wood carving and turning shops, wool carding and cloth dressing establish meets and wool? len mills. Tliis is a most gratifying exhibit of the growth and development of manufacturing enterprises in South Carolioa; and with this record of what has already been accom? plished, act! wi: h the evident increase of in? terest on the part of the press and tbe people of the Stau in this important source of prosperity and stability, there is every reason to expect a still more rapid growth during the next few years, and an elevation of South Carolina iu the census returns of 1880 to a stiil higher position in the scale of comparative maoufacturing statistics. Alartin Farquhar Tapper. Marlin P. Tupper (the author of Proverbial Philosophy) has been reading with great suc cees, In different parts of England, selections from his poetic worke. The Sydenham Gazelle proclaims thal the number of editions through which Mr. Topper's writings bas passed, both In England and America, as well as on the Continent, was unprecedented In the experi? ence ot any Hvlnu poet. Capital Punishment. Among the various pulpit discourses in New York on Sunday on the subject of tbe execu? tion of Foster were those of Mr. Beecher and one or two others, who "improved the occa? sion" by declaring themselves opposed to capital punishment. At a lime when the ex? ercise ot the right and duty of society to pro? tect itself was never more necessary than it now ls lo New Tork, the sensational preach? ers harangue In favor of a relaxation of the le? gal penalties of crime. It seems a gross perver? sion of the influence of the pulpit when the only moral lt can draw- from the execution of a murderer is that the penalty of a life for a life is too severe. If tbe pulpit must discuss I such matters, lt should enlorce tbe laws of God and men, both as lo crime and Its penally, not weaken their sanction. It might be ex? pected that on such occasions the attention of the congregation would be drawn lo the sol? emn command, "Thou shall not kill," and to its frequent and fearlul violations, and that some sympathy should be shown with the murdered as well as the murderers. The tide of lawlessness will not be diminished in New York so long as leading clergymen preach funeral sermons over executed murderers, designed to show that they have been harshly dealt with, while not a word ls said of the hard fate of their victims nor of the horrible Ini? quity ot their crimes. ftgricaltnral ?Hacfjintrrj. QOTTON PLANTERS AND GUANO DISTRIBUTORS TBE DOW LAW PLANTER AND GUANO DIS? TRIBUTOR. Prl?e, without Covertr, $10; with Coverer, $10. WRIGHT'd A?TOMlTIO COTTOM PLASTER, planting either lu drill or at the distance of 12, is, 18, 21 or 24 inches. Price $25. BROWN * WARNuCBL'? COTrON PLANTER AND GUANO DISTRIBUTOR with Coverer. Price SU. A. D. BROWN'S COTTON PLANTER AND GUANO DISTRIBUTOR with Coverer. Price $16. WEST'S GUANO DISTRIBUTOR. Price $6 60. For sale by J. E. ADGBR & CO. No. 62 East Bay, Charleston, S. C. mch28-fmw6 J nourance. J^mj?T^TATrffi?lT^ OP THE HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YOi.K, FOR THE TEAR ENDING DECEMBER, 31, 1872. INCORPORATED AND COMMENTED BUSI? NESS APRIL, 1853. CAPITAL.$2,500,000 ASSETS. Cash in bank.$ 204,233 61 Bonds and mortgages, being first lien on real estate worth $i,es3,600. i,9io,765 oo Loans on atocka. payable on demand (market value of securities $137,. 669.). 64,123 49 United States atook, (market value,). 1,695.74& oo state bonds, (market value,). 80,220 oo Interest due on 1st January, 1873.... 62,736 33 Balance In hands of agents. 274 262 47 Bills receivable. 17,126 83 Salvages and ether miscellaneous ttams. 161,425 03 Premiums due and uncollected on po? licies Issued at this office. 16,222 01 Total.$ 4,446,858 78 LIABILITIES. Claims for losses outstanding on 1st January, 1873. $687,939 19 Dividends unpaid. 2,975 00 Total. $590,914 19 CHARLES J. MARTIN, President. J. H. WASHBURN Secretary. Policies Issued in the above Company at No. 36 Broad Street by HUTSON .'.EE, mchS4-mwf3_ Agent. Nearum a. MR?T^V^LTER^HA^ Mrs. Pringle's House, la >urnmervltle, fur ttie Hummer, will open a Boarding Hou-e ri om tuc arni or April. Any pen-on Visiti g that place she will be glad to accommodate. Terms mod? erate. Retera to Rev. 1 oomer Porter. Rev. James Elliott, Mr. James ll. WINNI, Mrs. E. Uoucln, or to Mrs. Lots Walter, No. 79 cannon Bireet. mchi2-wfm2moa BOARDING.-GOOD BOARD, WITH comfort ble rooms, on reasonable terms, at No. 71 Broad street, betwetn King aud Meeting streetB. 6 ttbtt iSUsuUantoiiB. c HEMIOAL INK ERASER For the Instantaneous removal of Ink stains from marble, paper, parchment, linen, laces and other fabrica, without Injuring the material. To the patrons of the celebrated Ink Eraser and to tbe pubaci We would respectfully refer jou to WALKEK, EVANS & COGSWELL, No. 3 Broad streets, our Sole Agents for Chariest D. mch24 12 WALTER A CO. Cl) ir op o? ist QORNS, BUNl??sT&c., CURED. Mrs. EEO1 ; H having returned to the erv ls pre? pared to give relief to those Buffering from CORN-, BUNIONS or other . lseases or the feet AB to her s teilt and success as a Chiropodist, she reren-, by permission, to Dr. Fitch aud Dr. Ed? ward North, she will IX desired, attenu those who may require her services at their re-ndences. She may oe round at t.o. 98 Church street, be? tween Broad and Chalmers streets. feb5 Special XolifJts. pit* B )9K3 WAITES < CP AND BALANCED.-The undersigned will attend to writing np accounts, corree lng errors and balancing books, or any other witing for parties wishing his services. Ad ires* through Post offlce, Key Drawer No. 153. rach2i.rmth3'? JOSKPH WHILDKN. ^KS-TAX NOTICE.-THE CLERK WILL be at the Town Hall of Summerville on the 3d and 4'h of April, 1873 for the purpose of receiving I Town Taxes. OlUce honra from 10 A. M. until 2 P. M. By order or the Intendant. mch2B-l* H. j. LIMEHO?SE, JB , Clerk. CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP I JAMES ADO ER, from New York, are no ti ned that she will discharge cargo Trna LUYat Adger's I South Wharf. Goods uncalled for at sunset will remain on the wharf at owners' risk. mch28 1 J A M KS ADQER A CO., Agents. pa- FINE ART EXHIBITION -THE greatest attraction In the city ls the NOVELTY DOLLAR STORK, at "Russell's" old stand, No. 285 King street, where there ls the handsomest collection or PICTURES ever placed before our people; and they will dowell to go and Inspect the stock whether they want to buy or not. All of these, with the Watches, Notions, Ac , are sold by a novel pim for One Dollar. The store ls pa? tronised by the best of oar people, and those that have not availed themselves of this One opportu? nity should call at once. mcb2d-2* PST ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY cautioned against trusting or harboring any ot tbe crew or tho Norwegian bark DRAUPNER, as no deb s contracted by them will be paid by the captain or ageats. W. B. SMITH A CO. mch27-2_ ;s3r TO MAKE THE BEST SOFT SOAP in the World, dissolve the DOLLAR REWARD ? SOAP In bolling water. DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, Agents, _Charleston, 8. O. ?B* DR. TUTT'S EXPECTORANT. A single dose relieves the most distressing cough, sooths nervousness and produces refresh? ing sleep. Very pleasam to take moti27 SDCW *F F. A. SCHIFFLEY WOULD IN FOKM hi* pitrons and the pu - ile generally that on the 1st of April ho will move Into hi9 New Photographic Rooms, King street, opposite Dasei, which ard now undergoing thorough repairs for that purpose. mch20-o Official Baffle Numbers. QFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS Or the Charleston Joint Stock Company for the beneOt or the state Orphan Asylum : CLASS Ko. 475-TH17R8DAY MOBNJNQ, March 27. 9-40-43-11-33-48-17-25-37-33-40-75 CLASS No. 476-THURSDAY BYZKIKO, March 27. 9-60-59-;j6-37-l-54-14-38-73-7U-33 mch28-l A. MORO>0, Sworn Commissioner. ? egal Notices? NOTICE.-THREE MONTHS AFTER daie application ?lil be made to Bank of Laurieston for reue wal of UerilQcatcn or Mock in said Bank, standing in the name or JAB-Z NORTON, Gaardlan WM. R. NOKTUN, In Cerilu eate No. 6i05, one Whole Hiare, Certificate No. 3801. three Hair>hares, original CertiOcate being lout, or destroyed._mch?H.iamo3? ALL P. RSONS HAVING CLAIMS agaln-tthe h state or the late QEuKGE H. UKI;.SEK are rrqnened to hand them in, duly at lested, and those indebted to said Estate will make payment to thc subscriber. MARIA T. GR?BER, mch21f3 Administratrix. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Mine months f>om ditn. application will no mode to the Bank of Oharlest m for th: Issue ol a Uer ila csu) ?or Thirty Half shares, In lieu or Scrip No. Sis ', thirty hilf shares, standing In tbe name of J. BL. SASS, the same having : cen lost or m siald. W. 0. COURTNEY, Executer. feb28iamo3_ drags at Wholesale. QAPSir^^ FOR LOCAL AND RHEUMATIC PAINS. BETTER THAN MUSTARD. Apply and keep on till relieved, or renew as re? quired. This plaster ls prepared from an extract or Capsicum (Cayenne Pepper) combined with Resin Plaster. lt ls spread on mus? n and put up In one and one-half yard roll*, adapting lt for subdivisions as occasions for sale or use may require. Us application relieves Chronic Rheumatic af feet ion*; Muscular and Neuralgic pains. Spinal Irritation, Muscular Debility, Rheumatic Muscu? lar or Nervous (shaking; Paralysis; Stiff Neck, Lnmbago; Sciatica, Ac. Jt is one of the best "Counter Irritants" ever Introduced Into the practice of Medicine. J. A L 0U?DINGTON, Proprietors, New York. DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, Agents, Charleston, S. C. Samples tarnished gratia. feb2i-fomos JJORSFOED'S SELF-RAISING BREAD PREPARATION. loo boxes Just received and for pale at Proprie? tors prices, by DOWIE, MOISE tc DAVIS, Corner Meeting and flasel streets. JOHN WYETH A BROS. f COD LIVER OIL 1 I WITH [ I PHOSPHATE OF LIME. J BEEP, WINE AND IRON*. ELIXIR TARAX UlUM COMP. SYRUP LACTO. PUOS. LIME AND MARVIN'S COD LIVER OIL ! Full Stock or the above al way H on hand, at Pro? prietors' prices DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS, _Wholesale Agents. gIMMONS'S HEPATIC COMPOUND OB LIVER CURE The very best LIVER REGULATOR AND IN VIQORATOR lu the marker. It ls already pre? pared. Put up in hvge bnttle?. Mere pleasant to take, and contains more intvinslc virtue than any similar preparation before the public. One trial convinces the most sceptical. DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS, Wholesale Agents for South Carmina. JJ ANCE BROTHERS & WHITE'S SUGAR-COATED PILLS ! One Hundred and Fifty-seven DI -erent Combina :ions-Soluble and Reliable. FLUID AND SOLID EXTRACTS. Full strength and guaranteed purity of every kind known to Pharmacy. All at Proprietors' prices. DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, nove tuf Wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. C. ?tlcetings. A^'TI^?T?ON^SIR KNIGHTS, -A REGTJ? L.VK Monthiv Conclave or sonta CfiroIna commandery. Ko. I, Kotghts Templar, will be held at Masonic Hall, THIS KVESI.NO, at half-past 7 o'clock. ? By order if E. Commander. men?_W. A. WILSON. Secretary. THE QUARTERLY MEETING OF Marlon Lodge. No. 2.1 O u. F., v 111 bj held THIS EVENING, at Odd Fellows' Hall, at so'cli'Ck. Members will come prepared .to pay arrears The Committee on Permanent Benefi? ciarles will report. ROBT. C. STARK, rath-28* secre'ary. ATTENTION, NATIONAL Z-J?AVES - Attend Drill with Rifles. Tnn EVENING, at hair past, "i o'c ock. at Byrne A Fogarty'a Hill. Uv order President. E. Q. VOIGT, mcli28 Secretary. AREGULAR MEETING OF ASHLEY Grange, No. 1, Patrons of Husbandry, wilt be held at Hulmes'a lyceum. 'JHIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock. Members are requested to be punctual. By order of the Master. nicti28 PHONIX FIRE FNGINE COMPANY. Attend.Extra Meeting of ihe company (HIS (KI ld ay) EVENING, at 8 o'clock. Members please bu punctual, as ouslness or importance wi 1 be transacted. W. B. R. MITCHELL, mcli28 _ Secretary. PALMETTO GUARD RIFLE CLUB. Attend the Regular Monthly Meeting at AI cher's Hall, at hair-past 7 o'clock, 1 HIS EVEN? ING. Business of importance wm bo introduced, abd a full attendance ls particularly requested. The steward?, will matte a report. By order C. R HOLMES, ive - idenr. mcu28 J. J. WESCOAT. Secretary. STATE AGRICULTURAL AND ME? CHANICAL SOCIETY.-In pursuance or a he soi ut km passed at. the Meeting of the State Ag? ricultural and Mechanical Society la December last, the spring Meeting or the Society will be held in Charleston, on me first TUESDAY in May next, beginning at ll o'clock A. M. The place of meeticg and programme of proceedings will be published In tue (morning) Charleston papers of that date. Tue following snbject9 hive been selected for discussion at that IU etlng, and the names at lauded are the appointees who will be expected to open the debate on the i espectlve subjects: Tue Culture of Upland Rice as a Stn pie Product of south carolina.-UEO. T. WICKS, Richland. The comparative Advantige of Labor saving M iciila- ry, and their Adaptability to southern Labor and Products -M. L. DONALDSON, Green? ville. Ploughing-Its Ellerts CDOU Dureront Solls at dur?rent Seasons.-JOHN U. FCRMAN, Sumter. . he cheapest Fertilizer, whether domestic or commercial, and the most Economical Time and Mi thoo or its Application 1'AUL S. FELDER, Orangeborg. ls un Exclusive Cotton Crop Good Policy for any ?ingle Farmer or Planter In South Carolina. W. M. SHANNON, K< IStiaw. The Must Economical Method ot Wintering Stock.- I'HOS. 0. MOORE, Spartanburg. ja south Carolina In Greater Need of Labor or Capital?-JA*. .Vc L'TCHEN, Williamsburg. With cheap Hands aud Inefficient Labor, ls thc Farmer Better R?mun?r?t a by Snpertl lal or High Farming f-H. M. SIMS, York. '1 he above named gentlemen are e irnestly re? quested io attend i he May Meeting ol the society, aud ne prepare! io open the Discussion with Essays upon the subjects respectively assigned them. By order T. W. WOODWARD, President. mcti6-:*c D. WYATT AIKEN, secretary. w manu. ANTED, A CHILD'sfM URSE. APPLY at No. 868 King st.eet. mch28 2* WANTED A WOMAN TO COOK; ONE without children. Apply at No. 8 Liberty street._mch28-r? WANTED. A YOUTH AS CLERK IN A Store in Summervl le. Address Z, NEWS oin ce._mch2?-i* WANTED, A YOUNG LADY TO AT? TEND In a Battery store. Address Post ornee Drawer 230. with references. m ch 2" 2 WANTED, LADIES TO KNOW I RE c - IVEL1 via steamer Charles on, 2jcises Spring HATS Ladies save 60 per cent, a id pro? cure latest novellier trench Corsets, 76 tenta. Br adway Uoop skirt, 60 cents. Lotta, Lucca, Nellso , Vienna and Minnie Hustles from 25 centa to 60 cerns. > KCHKh'S BAZ tAR. iuch24-mwf3* WANTED, A SITUATION BY A PRAC? TICAL Miller. He understands S>eam Engine nnd waler power. Ilia mode or puning rite, wheat, and corn mill rocks tu wo rte ls good. No ohjecilon to tate charge of a country mill. Address G . NEWS ofhee, or apply to No. SO south Bay. ? hurlestoii. s. 0. . mchio-mwrimo* OFFICE SOUTH CAROLINA LUNATIC ASYLUM, COLUMBIA. M A KC 1 15, 1873. MANT.-.D, twit Irishwomen tor co'kt at the south Caroili.a Lunulo Asylum. Wage*, $200 per year. J. F. EN SOB. superintendent, mean ?ost aub ionu? L^STTfW^cl?ECK^^C^E DRAWN by William Lebby, on the Teopte's National uuuk dated is. ii of March. 1878 No. 07, ID favor Cmirltsion Gas Llgut Company, for $260; the other, druwu by ft K. Huger, Cushier, on tho People's Natl, nal Bank, dat? il 17. li March, 1873, No. 137, In favor charleston Gas Light compauy, for $5145 loo. rersons are cautioned not to irade tur the same, payment at the Bank having been stopped._menus I? S" TRAYED OR STOLEN, A WHITE AND Lemon colored Pointer Dog, vi li end ol tail cut. A suitable reward will be paid for delivery or ?.ame at No. 45 Wentworth street. mch27 2* ?0 Stitt. FOB RENT, THE BEST" BUSIN ESS stand In Charleston, No. 365 King street, particularly for Drugs, Clothing, urocerles. Boots ami Shoes, or In fact any busloeKS. Also, Rooms rn m $2 10 $3 per month in advance; plenty of cistern water. Address ARCHER'S BAZAAR, Kb g street._mch24 mwi3? rpo RENT, TUE PHOTOGRAPHIC G AL X. LERY. corner Klug and Llbcriy streots, for? merly known as "Sctilfley'a." Also, Back Store of same Building, OJ Liberty street. Apply at No. 176 Meet lu g street, one door above George. mchtiimo_ 'MO RENT, THAT LARGE AND C?OM JL MODIOUS Building. No. 149 East Bay, re? cently occupied as the Publient mn t niloc or TUB .\KWH, and formerly known us the French Coffee Ho;.sc. for terms, Ac, applv at, Hie office of TOR Nicwri. No. io Broad street. *ep28 lox time. BEAUTIFUL PINEAPPLES, BANANAS aud "Havana" Oranges at KLEIN'S New t rult store, No. 70 Broad street, North side. Ex ira fine Dates._m ch 28 MULES. HORSES, MARES AND MATCHED PoMKS Just arrived at K. OAKMAN'S Stables, No. 85 Church street, and for aaio on time._mch27-4* FRESH MALAGA GRAPES AND CALI? FORNIA Pears Jusr. received at FISHER'S Fruit store. No. 163 Klug street, aBd at the Ma some Temple Baas ar. mch26-3* JOULES! MULES! MULES I y*nlved this n.ornlng, two cars of large, heavy Turpentine ibid Timber MULES-the nntat that has bien lu Hie Charleston Market. . Also, a due lol ot Hores and Mures, draft, sin? gle and double drivers, uuarauteed as reore seo: ed For sale on lime at Kentucky sale sta? bles, No. 89 Church street. mch5-lmo*_BAMBERG A ijsCOY. SEWING MACHINES.-ALL DESCRIP? TIONS of sew og Machines repaired ou rea >uii iiile terms and at Hie shortest, no: ice by J. L. i.UNsKORD, Muli li stieer, Just north or Went? worth a reef. Jan22 BUILDING SAND DEL I V E R E D throughout the city low, from Chapel street, near Elizabet h. Apply No. 14 Elizabeth otrecr, or S ate cotton Press._mch2i-rtuo? TO CONTRACTORS.-FOR SALE, BEL? GIAN PAVING BLOCKS, the most approved and durable pavement, delivered at the Docks, direct from trie quarries on the Hudson River, N. J., opposite New York City. For Information as to size, freight, AC, apply to ADOLPHE M ECK EUT, Dealer In Belgian Paving Blocks, No. 68 Bowery, New York._Jan21-tnf3moa AN OPPORTUNITY SELDOM OFFER? ED.-To close upon eitate, the Store and Fixtures formerly occupied by Perez Frldenberg, of Juck ouv.iie, Florida, deceased, is offered for Rent, or wiil oe sohl on easy terms, together with a portion 0 stuck In atore. 1 he store ls located lu the best business part or the city, ia built or brick, so by au reet. thre6 sto? ries hldh, French roof, nnd Brick Warehouse lo rear. No bonna required. For further informa? tion apply to the undersigned. HA KRIS SOLOMON, No. 65 Reaite street. New York City, OrtO HENRY P. FtUDENBEKO, Jacksonville. Florida. meh8-lmo Exer-ntors En aie Perez "ildenberg. TWENTY DOLLARS REWA KD! FOR discovery of a dark BAY PONY, sprung In right fore leg, and star lu forehead Also, a Brown MULE, medium size, with white and mouse oolor on the belly. Stolen from the sub? scriber, near Summerville. HETLAR GRANT. mch2l-fmw6* ^NNUAL FLORAL ?^rlIBIT??N OP TBE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH CAROLINA Will be bela la tats city DURING THE MONTH OF APRIL. Time of opening and location, together wi h the Premium Lists, will be announced In a future advertisement. Premiums will be offered for Oreen Hou9? Plants, House Plants, Cat Flowers, Early Vegetables, Berries and.Frults. Any infor? ma lon can be obtained from either of the un* designed Committee of Arrangements: Dr. A. B ROSE, Chairman. E. L. ROCHE, C. A. OHISOLM, A. BARRON HOLMES, S. P. RAVBNEL. m h28-fstuths5 .financial. rjpH? SOUTITIURC^^ TRUST COMPANY. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. Depositors are requested to leave their Books to be credited with the April Quarterly Interest, dee 1st proximo. All Deposits made on or before 20th April will bear Interest from 1st April. Interest (fl per cent.) six per cent, compounded quarterly. h. A. MITCHELL, mcb28-fmwll Cashier. B ANK OF CHARLESTON NATIONAL B INKING ASSOCIATION. 1 CHARLESTON, ti. C., February 20,1873.) On and after the first day or March next, this Bank will be prepared to Consolidate the Stock of the Bank or Charleston Into that of the pres? ent organizaron. One share of the latter, par value ($100) one hundred dollars, will be Issued for five (6) whole or len (10) hair of the ronner. Future dividends will be paid upon tbe Consol? idated Stock only; those accruing upon the un? consolidated will be reserved until consolidation or the same shall be effected. The Books of Transfer will be closed from March 1st to April 1st. WM. B. BURDEN. Cashier. ??-Anderson iDteMgmcer, Edgefleld Adver? tiser, Georgetown Times, Columbia Phoenix, Sumter Watchman, Torkvllle Inquirer, Augus? ta Constltntlonallit, a od New York Jooro ?1 of Commerce will please publish the above once a week for tures months and send their bills to the Bank. feb21-f3mrs CHERAW AND DARLINGTON RAIL ROAD. Holders of First Mortgage Bonds of the Oheraw and Darlington Railroad Company are hereby notified that the Interest due on said Bonds first o? Apt ll next will be paid on presentation or the Coupons at the People's Bank of South Carolina. Also that the Interest dne on their Certificates of Indebtedness first Joly will be paid at same Bank. j. H. MCIVER, mch26-5 Treasurer. P EOPLE'S SAVINGS INSTITUTION. OFFICE NO. 9 BROAD STREET. Deposits of FIVE CENTS and upwards re? ceived dally, and Interest allowed Monthly on all amounts deposited on or before the 15th day o' ea; lt Month. Interest ls paid semi-annually, In April and October, on nil deposits which remain In the In t-tltutlon to tae time of the declaration or the Dividend, and ls compounded every six months. In addition to the SIX PE;. CENT, paid annu? ally, ALL THE PROFITS ARE DIVIDED, EVERY FIFTH YEAR, among such depositors as nave fonds In the Institution st the time of this quin? quennial distribution. HENRYS. GRIGGS, Janl?-wfraijr* Secretary and Treasurer. Drngs ano ifleoicintB. J^XCELSI?R^ This Preparation ls Just what many persons need. They wish no Dye, but only a Hair Wash, or Hair Dressing-something that will keep the Ualr clean, and at the same lime be a pleasant Hair Dressing-not too greasy. Tho "Excelsior" meets all these Indication, and should be given a trial Firry cents a bottle; 5 bottles for $2. A liberal Discount to the Trade. For Bale hy the Manufacturer, DR. H. BAER, No. 131 Meeting street. JJR BA ER'S IMPROVED VEGETABLE CATHARTIC PILLS. The proprietor of thene PILLS confidently be? lieves that he has succeeded, by a skilful combi? nation of veg. tablo temcdles, In producing a pre? paration that will bring health and h&pr leesa to the unfortunate sufferer. In the following dis? eases they hare been used by thousands with most wonderful success: Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head? ache, Costiveness, Loss of Appetite, Neuralgia. Dropsy, Dysentery, Piles, Diseases or the Skin, Pain In the Side, Back and Limbs, Sick Headache, and all derangements of the stomach. Ihese Pills may be taken with perfect safety by persons or any age or sex. No family should be without them. Price 25 cents a box; 5 boxes for one dollar The usual discount to the trade. For sale by DR. H. BAER, _No. 131 Meeting street. T3ITY THE TENDER BABE ! Give lt not the deadly compound known as soothing Syrup. A certain popular article of this name has launched thousands of helpless Inno? cents Into an early grave. This has been proven repeatedly, and beyond the shadow of a doubt, for which reason lt ls condemned by the majority of physicians. , Seeing tbenecessity for an an lele of this sort, entirely free from oplatt s, and other Injurious drugs, Dr. BAER has putnp the GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL, for the use of Infants Teething, and for children suffering from Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Ac. This may oe given with perfect confidence, and ls ap? proved by every physician who has examine 1 the formula. Price 25 cents per bottle; 5 bottles for $l. Usual D^count, to thc Trade. Manufactured and for sale by DR. H. BAER. No. 131 Meeting street, charleston. JQE. BAER'S COUGH MIXTURE. Pleasant, harmless, and effective. Try lt. Price 2S cents a bottle. For sale by DR. H. BAER, No. 131 Meeting street. D R. BAER'S ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER. Equal to any Extract or Essence ot Ginger In the country. Only 26 cents a bottle; 6 bottles for $1. Try a buttle. For sale by DR H. BAER, No. 181 Meeting street. "jnp??tO UPATHIO MEDICINES. A fall Stock or the best and most reliable of these Remedies. Fresh supplies received constantly, by DR. H. BAER, dec7-riy TDCA w Ne. 181 Meeting street. ?rcceriea, CiqooTS, Sf t. .g?MERABA 8?GAB?ND MOLASSES^ 189 hhds. Good to Choice Demerara SUGAR. 66 puncheons striotly Choice Demerara MOLAS? SES. Just arrived per brig Mary C. Pennell, direct from Demerara and for sale by W. P. HALL, mch28-e Brown A 0? 's Wberf. B OLOGNAS ! HAMS! looo lbs. Very Choice Servelat BOLOGNAS' -tierces Duffield Hams -tierces Davis Diamond Hams -tierces Magnolia Hams -tlerceB White Sogar-cnred Hams, fl). .A Amme's.) * - . . The above Meats Jost received, and at low flares at D. A. A M HE, s. E. Corner Market and Meeting. ' N. B - All Hams reweighed when ccld.., mcim-2 .. " ' JpEAKL GRIST l PEARL GRIST 1 " Always on band and ground daily. Ala-*, Big Hominy, at J. C. H. OLAUSSKN, mcb.25_Ko. 10 Mamet street. jp RIME NORTHERN GOLD SHED RIO E. 400 bushels for sale by E. H. FROST k CO., j? feb28-ftn_Adger'a No-, th Whanr ^yHITELOCK'S VEGETATQB. - tons WHEELOCK'S VEG (STATOR, one o? the best Fertilizers offered in thia market. For sale by HEUMARS BULWINRLB, mchl2 Kerr's Wharf. S A P O L I O! For Hand and House use. For sale at Whole ? -rt - sale, by PAUL B. LALANE A CO., febi No. 176 East Bay, Charleston, S. O. M R. D. FITZ GIBBON wonld beg to announce to his Friends and the Public generally that he has REMOVE o to the Large New store en King street, second door above Barns la?e, where he will be pleased to re? ceive i he continuance or tbelr patronage. ? A mu and well assorted Stock or o KO o ERIES, Canned Goo is, Ac, always on hand. Goods de? livered Free to any part of the City. Jan22 W IL S O N S ' GROCERY! WILSONS' GROCERY ! I WILSONS' GROCERY ! I ! 306.KING STREET.303 DUNDEE MARMALADE DUNDEE MARMALADE DUNDEE MARMALADE, t THREE JARS FOR $1 THREE JARS FOR $1 THREE JARS FOR $1 IMPORTED APRICOT JAM IMPORTED STRAWBERRY JAM IMPORTED GREEN GAGE JAM IMPORTED DAMSON JAM ONLY FORTY CENTS A JAB ONLY FORTY CENTS A JAR ONLY FOBTY CENTS A JAB FRESH MILE CRACKERS FRESH GINGER 8NAPS FRESH EGG CRACKERS FRESH IMITATION ENGLISH CRACKERS AT WILSONS' GROCERY, 308.KING STREET,.SOS MSr All Goods delivered free I $&- No Charge for Packing Goods. Slr BC fi ? beaman, &t DB. FIT LE R'S VEGETABLE RHEU? MATIC SYRUP. Warranted nuder oath never to have failed to cure. 28,600 certificates or testimoni?la of cute, including Rev. C. H. Ewing, Medlo, Pennsylvania; Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls of Schuylkill, Philadel? phia; the wife or Rev. J. B. Davis, Hlahtstown, New Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Franxfrsd, Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton, Philadelphia: Hon. J V. Greeley, member Con? gress from Philadelphia; Bon. Judge Iee, Cam? den. New Jersey; ex-Senator Stewart, Baltimore: cx-Qovernor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands or ot hers. Warranted to cure or money refunded. Ll. G F O. CACHER, Agent, 'nlYl-lvr_? marleston. S.*\ (Clothing at ?Jrjolesale. gH5??Al^ a M. N. ROGERS A CO., Manufactur?is and Jobbers of MEN'S YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING, 444 AND 446 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. W. T. BURGE, (Late Marshall A Barge,) Charleston, S.O. We offer to the SOUTHBBN TB ADS tblB season a very LAROK and ATTBAOTIVB tstocku of SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHlNG.at prices as low as any House In the Trade furnishing equal grades o?. Gooda, Our Stock ls manufactured EXCLUSIVELY for Southern states, southern dealers are more oer tain to find the Style ot our Goods, and a line ot sizes better adapted to their wants, than. 1- possi? ble in a ?stock ot Clothing manufactured for a Northern or Western trade. OBDKRS t-oLiciTKD; satisfaction guaranteed; samples sent on appdcatlon. ' ?,J '" M. N. ROGERS A OO., reb6-2mo_444 and 446 Broadway. N. Y. ?nfincff ?i atc? |JH?OHARLESTON BAG FACTORY, NO. 9 HAYNE STREET, ls new In full operation, and ready to mate contracts for al) kinds of SACKs-Phosphate, Grain, Coffee, Flour, Peas, Rice, Ac,, ac. Our work ls In all respects first class; wltb capacity of from 1200 to 4000 bags per day. This enterprise is begun and controlled by Charleston men. All or? ders promptly attended to. V mchio-mwf2moDAO . W I L LI AM C. MILLER, AT THE OLD STAND, 91 EA8T BAY, (LATE DOUGLAS A MILLER,) Dealer In WHITE LEAD, Paints, oil?, Var nlshes, Brushes, window Glass, Ac, Ac Also, Agent for the MINERaL SPERM OIL, BURNERS ?ND CHIMNEYS. I win continue to supply consumers In the City by Wagon weekly as heretofore. Dealers throughout the Staie will have all orders Ailed promptly. MINERAL SPERM OIL DEPOV, mcun-mwflmo_No. ai East Bay. !.. CHAPEAU * CO, DEALERS AND DISTILLERS OF TURPENTINE AND ROSIN. OFFICE, NO. 173 EAST BAY. The highest prices paid for Grade, m c h 24 2mos T. jyjOSES GOLDSMITH 4 SON, COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE. Highest Cash Price paid for WOOL, WAX Hides, Skln?, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinds of Metals. ALSO, Dealers in COTTON. Naval Stores and Scotch Pig iron._ .narm-mwrwr SAMT* W. MELTON, D. H. CHAMBERLAIN, Attorn ey-General. Ex-Attorney General. RELTON & CHAMBERLAIN, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, COLUMBIA, S. O., will practice in all the Courts of thia State, and in the Uulted States Courts for the District or South Carolina. om ces et Colombia, s. O.. in the Statehouse^ and in the Carolina National Bank Building, (n? stairs.) jana-lyr