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.MONDAY, SM?&Y ,& isa <L
?aTTEE PRTO? OF ' SUBSCRIPTION
POR THE' ?'DAltr ITEWSf* IS KOW
EI^HTIX)??^r? \ X^A^ TJ? AUT'AKC E.
'-., f&mr ?JOB ? >,"
ysnrsror JTJSJS DAY. .- - .
ajar H .- *?..?? tit
-Gold closed in .New York, on Saturday, at
?oKaiox. ~;.? -t .
Cotton closed" strpttg 'and ? active ; npUnds 10%
cento; sales A800 bah*. , \
-in Liverpool cotton closed firm uplands. 8d,
Orleans 8#d; *ale?%l?(f?ba?es. . .
-There ls said to be at'least half a dozen sena
tom nov anxious ?boat Chief Justice? Chase's
health. ..''-. "' '* " ..*
-In Montreal; the whipping post, as a punish
ment for ?mer erl mes, Iras been revived, lt is
-A large u umber. of clerks and aalesjjpnn ar e. j
Bant: to- have .asa? thrown out of employment In j
New Tort at the beginning, of ID e New Year.
-Large nnjaber* uX .people Are emigrating from J
Tennessee ? and* ooovgss into Texas- . attracted
thither ty the eicenenr fsrndrjg Tacflltiea.
-General Anderson, of Fot t Samt er lame, ls la
such delicate health that his friends feel alarmed
.--An English hatter pnblbhes a letter from
President Grant ex Dressing lue thanks for. the
present o? a hat. ?. -
-The death of Major John H. Steele ls annoinc
ed in the Atlanta papers. He was one of the old?
est editors In the South, being, ac the time of his
death; amy-four years of age.
-Voa Boast, the Aaairiaa minister, eclipses
Grant as a smnker, and stoce the war refuses to
limit himself'to lass t han' Tdr ty cigars a, day. " Be?
hind all t ha} amoke theremust be some dre. .
-The details o> thadeatti of Mr. John Walter,
Boiionhe'p|opriiU)rjbrfhe London TJmeavshaw
that lto?oairedoa tho ?th ultimo, willie trying
to save bis Brother and eeheta, who had tauen
through the Ice wain Rtaing on a late in front,
of his father's res id ene?, at Bearwood, Berkshire.
Ho had only .TBUamoA iorty^igiit hours before
from a tour round tho woBd. . r
-A Bchcme-to^ ? direct cable from London and
Lilypool ttt-New' York' has been brought out by
Misais, chadwick. Adara son A Co., 'of London,
nader the beat .auspices. _ Tho -capital is to be
$????,8 00. three Tour tbs' o?. }sv h 11h have been sub?
scribed for in ?agland. already, if oue-fonrth be
qulcklytaken np tn America, the cable win be laid
tnjjfaf''. \, 'u fe . '1 ? .... Ir;.. .".:"'r
-vThe State- of-Pennsylvania having ordered a
painting pf- the-battre-.?f-OettjsbaTg Tor theitate
hoH>e ?t narriaboiit Ho'largea'bat lt.eAnuot be'ojt
into the building! ks now radnced totheextreoHty
oT$Kber.?toetlnra ne? ?*nitoi pr hating lts;
adornment therefor' kopt'lu Pim adelplila, wbere*
happBy, they -have snoeeeaed tar duding- a hall
large enough tobacco mm od ate rx. '
-The New York Journal'(berman) disputes-the
estimate or the cost of the-shots ?red during the
bombardment of Paris. Whatever it may-aay
aboot it, tbe official Staat*Aaziegtr, la a recent
t bo m a Uer- It meatlon?ooe one-i aoueand pou n d
er-of whleo sort, fortuBateiy for Parta, but the
one exists and.it fs not yet before Parts-whose
charge represent? the sam of eight hundred tha
lera. The cost orthe'gun itself would support au
entire regiment for one year.
-There is a d?notons little story afloat about
the Princess Louise. It ls that she fell madly in
love with ber brottsr ''Alfred's tutor, a clergy?
man's son: and whenhe. was dismissed, she
ttteatenqft tajflinoue^f -4?e ritualist nuiiner: .
The venerable Vio. woaldnt listen to that sort of
nonsense, and for^rrfft dft?rramed to have her
married. Lorn OteympseA to be around about that
Mme,mm?O?t oioiady tbougbt ifewbuld serve for
the desi rod soa-h>law^a position that he'waif
glad taaccept. And that, o t he ?orv goes, is all
the-fbve t?tere is in the much talked of "royal love
Orton." " '
i-Tji* art of speeeh-making ia non-^aarrnfttal
perlbds was lately illustrated at a banquet to*At
lanta, Oa^? Secry?rj'b?lan? './as Vreseitt, ind
offered tins toiste..t?eoj?i*-May she soon have
In the Uni on, ta^rrespedte and in all particulars,
the ri ace she deserves.n. As this dees cot distinct?
ly Indicate the place Georgia "deserves," we nafe
orally turn to tho speech 4n response lu*, that in
formation. It was given by Governor Bullock,
who said: "The sentiment which our honorable
Mend ha?Jual ?x^^j^^'^rhichr^u;e(y
have not the command -of .?ngaage properly te
respond. .tx. . >. ?*
.-The nhme bTCj^?t G^ra?t?son of th?. goy%i:
meat, freqneatly appeara oo> the,' 'book bf del in- , ]
quendes?'- at.West^Petht, ?-which ah mfede
meanors or ena sw are 'rtpdrred. ' One' entry'
against him. ls, "Per ala tent disobedience to'
oners." Another ls, ' laughlag In the-ranks."
ITie reBortipr officer?a^e nbt?spe'cters of per... .ns.
TbM boot is a curiosity i o a civilian. "Scratching
nose In ranks" (caused by a provoking mosquito;)
"sneezing and coughing, unnecessarily;n. "coat
skirt tucked in trowsers;" "pants on top of boot?;?
"ralslBg both hands in ranks" (caused, as explan?
ation says, by "bug m ear;'') "stamping In
ranks"-ah are complaints gravely entered.
-A correspondent writing from London says :
"The most extraordinary machine to the exhibi?
tion ls, beyond question, the ode for microscopic
writing. This enables a per-on ta.write in the;
usual way, and to dapiioate bis irving a minion
times smaller-se, smalt,' Indeed, tnat lt ls in vlsi,
ble to the naked eye, yet with a powerful micro?
scope becomes so piala that every line and dot
can be seen. The inventor claims that with this
Instrument he can copy top entire' Bible t wen ty
two times I? the apace of an inch. The Astor Li?
brary, I pres?me, COOM tie transferred to a sheet*
of notepaper. PraoU cajiy. lt wTJTbe of ?rest ? er -
Tie* -In prevenUag forgeries. With one o: these
machines'H pr?vate- mark can be put on bills so
minute and perfect that the forger caa neither
. y -
pe roe! ve nor tm lute lt;-tout the bank clerk
broker, know-tug where ;to loot, can at onoe
tect tb acm bin la genulrfe. The machine is
in ve n non of a 'Mr. Peters.''" S
-We have the Lettre Journal of Parts to
ceruber 17. It announces^fhe discovery wit
the city of an nnknownatote of ry?.whtoh. c
alterably increases the resources or the besieg
AB order from the Mayor of Paris takes pos
slO?T?-b?TQa'edTn cooTtlng/OTaTl th? BTe-wooi
.the city, and alt the lightwood enif able for t
use, whether ia private nanda or In the hands
merchants. With the authorization of Gent
Troohu, Captain Beau repaire has organize*
corps of twelve thousand sharpshooters, v
which he proposes to make bis way through
maalan lines, it la announced on Ideoembe
that the balloon companies will send out hallo
every day, carrying passengers, letters i
journals. These balloons, However, carry on.
average only one hundred kilogrammes of po:
matter, which ls only one-ttdrd of what they't?
In the ranier period of the siege. The sew c
nous Mnufactcfetl In the city ar? said to b<
(extraordinary stree gt h and precision. Tw et
four of them are finished dally. An Iron ?lad
com crt ive, carrying a mitrailleur, moved out
cently on the raUroad of the east,' and after a 1
shots at the Prussian advance posts, Went"i>
into the city. On-December U; the arrivai
Parto of ?eve rai mess enger?-br ic ring pr?vate <
reapoadene? from the country -la announced ; 1
it la,atoo atated that by means of a combined s
teui-oJ balloonn and of telegraphing, the peoph
Barta witt have newefrom without every dary.
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Property mad Taxation. *. *
Tlie report of the St?'e.. Auditor, airea
printed in this paper, is now issued, in pa
phlet form with a mass ol tables showi
tba description and value ot all tho. ta sa I
property- in the .?Late, together with 1
t-naount of taxes a?se?sed and collected.
Hie total vaiae of all-th?f rentable'.r<
est?te ls set down at $li?>98S^&?j pf whi
amount $34,446,874 ie in cities, towns a
villages, and $81,840,865 is not -in* eiti<
towns and, villages. No returns ace -mn
foe, Williamsburg and Union Counties, t
real es tate i ri which couutles was valued,
18S9rat $?,0*6\867 an? $2,:7S7,S93; X
may," therefore", estimate T?J?e* 'total taiatj
r?aj estate at SlH^.S^.-The/"^^'
Chariest on has real estate to the amount
$8?,8$8; 670, or r?txhninlns of tlr? wSo)
Tn? pereocal property tn/*?h?,Sf?te (ekc?
8i\e of WiL'ainaburg. which .ia l?s?l), gaj
$309,303) ia valued at $63,W?ir72ft.-Charin
ton County ls put\t?own'-at $19,681,-219; \
?bout one-ihird of the whole. The entl:
value of. both real and personal property
?5183,913,367. This ia $15,000,000 greati
than in 1-868, the Increase being- mail
ly attributable to "the 'assessment of' ral
road property exempt;,.07 cheiler ir01
taxation- _ Charleston County isiaaecsae
at $47,316,440,. or one-faur IA ot the wfaoh
Craa^etmri> te aoetaod; -af $8/909;,9lJ
white Richland ; finclbrdirig Columbia) j
assessed at '?7,507,020- ; Barnwell Count
has the highest assessment (-?9,6n2,451) ?ni
bide of Charleston. Eickens County bas th
lowest assessment,' or $1,386,tW?!
The returns of personal property sho w thu
some live stock remains in the State.. W
have 54,052 horses, valued at $4,478,523
stn average of $82 eacbi'. There are 70T,81i
nattle valued at $3,481,360; 43,238 mules an t
isses valued at $4,290,316, an average o
599 each; 167,602 sheep and goa us, valuec
it .$245,338, an average of $l-47*each;590,.
)55 hogs valued at $1,938,438. The gooc
>eople of the State confess lo gold and silvei
patches and plate valued at $842,314, and
o 3374 piano fortes, melodeons and cabinet
>rgans valued at $352,315. There are 17,
131 pleasure carriages, valued at $841,874,
The difference ip 'assessed value of these
?arr i ages is shown by the fact that il?t
re?rteles io_Lancaster^ are valued at $5807,
w iro average value of five dollars, while
ibbevilie ha*. J13}J valued Jat $64,041, or
ive?age valneof ji?y-?v$, dollars. Q f dogs
)f high and low degree there are 66,72-7 val
ietKat 5*267,286, or* an average- value'.ol
53 90. \" ?\ . ;a
During the.year ending October 31, 1S70,
Lho total amount. received for St.-.te taxes
?vas $699,8J5. This year the State tux (in?
cluding the poll tax) will be at least* $1,750,
toft* T?*ri?r tb tile elections' of October last,
ive nacl VState tax of 5 mi'is on the dollar,
roe- Radicals WOB, and, at once, increase the
:a* to'9- rnflls. Of the taros collected" in 1870
Dalston" ?aid ^U^?I?JOT'ti?^?l?veh?is
>fj,hja whole,. One s Lrik tug, lea tura of tho
Able of taxes received is the small amount
?ollected from the poll -esa. By the State
jenstitutiod only on?spbll taX^ allowed,
t nd. that for edqeati on al purposes. The con?
stitution also provides that DO person shall be
iisfranchised hy reasonroi his failure to pay
:he poll tax. As a natural consequence, the
legroes pay'no tax whatever. There are
tbout 150,000 voters in the State, yet the
poll tax last year realized (exclusive o'
Charleston) ou ly $41,819. There are, at
least, t?O.OOO white voters, and it is evident
that they pay ail the poll, tax as well as all
the taxes (with infinit?sima) exceptions) on
real and personal property.
' ?ftt? Ch?Tl?ton 8eB?ton5ilp.
The .Attorney-General has delivered an
opinion upon the late senatorial election io
Charleston County.. Mr. Chamberlain is of
opinion that ai Miahaw, who received the
highest; number ol votes, died on the day.
previous to the election his election is un
voidably vorht Mr.' Chamberlain- then con?
fiders the question whether the whole elec?
tion is void, or vrBeth?r Mr. Edwin Bates,
whp received the aeLsj highest number of
votes,, is, entitled to.bo declared elected..
The English authorities lead Mr. Chamber?
lain to the conclusion that Mr. ' Bates lacks
ari element essential to muiataiu his claim
to be declared elected, viz : Knowledge or
notice on the part of the electors of the
death of Mis h aw. Gushing, the great Amer?
ican authority, says that m all cases where
there is "no actual or presumed knowledge"
of the ctisabilt yof the person voted for, the
whole proceeding is "merely void." Mr.
Chamber lain, therefore, declares that Mr.
Bates is not entitled to a seat in the Senate.
The Senate Committee on Privileges and
Elections are expected to report in conform?
ity with. Mr. Chamberlain's ' opinion, and
thea the wire-pulling of tho Radical aspi?
rants to the vacant chair will actively begin.
It is a good opportunity for an active young
politician, as the Radical nomination is tan?
tamount to an election. There are several
candidates in the field, and we suppose that,
as usual in such cases, the wcrst of the
bunch will be chosen.
THE Georgetown TVwtes defends the lien
law as wise and necessary, and says that,
from the planting stand-pornt, nothing could
be more .disaatroas than the repeal of tbe
law, as now proposed.
Ohio ?nd TJtary. M^i
The Chamberbf Commerce of . Cincinnati,
qa the 'loth instant, * onan?monsly -adopted
Tfl60ltttion3 favoring the legalizing of all
speciJsgijglesoj'interest'in written contracts;
sis per cent to remain the legal rate in the
absence of a contract The representatives
of the,city in.the General Assembly were re?
quested, at the same time, to bring the mat?
ter before that body. "
We commend this action tb the considera?
tion of the few gentlemen, well-meaning but
mist??k?n/ who desire to advance backwarrT|
j and re-establish, ia this* Slate, ?he very laws
??which Ohio endeavors to repeal. While
every other State is pressing towards the
abolition of all restrictions upon the borrow?
ing "and lending of money, it Is sought to
face Sooth. Carolina to the rear, and renew
the Vfdn attempt to force capitalists to lend
their money at less than the market rate.
Tm;Columbia Union hopes that no propo
\ sitlon so ridiculous as that to confer opon the
. Speak er pf the Ho u 3e of Re present at i ves, and j
the Pi'esident of the Senate, power to call ex?
tra sessions of the. Genera] Assembly when?
ever, in their judgment, lt shall be deemed
; ?eOB88?iyf w?HTeeelve serfbds attention. It1
j say s : ' 'While we have a Governor of the State,
"let such*'dat i ea as pertain, to his -effiee be
''diflchargeii by him. It w.ll be Lime enough
"to confer this extraordinary-power upon
"the two officers named, when we shall have
"abolished the office ol tim Executive. "
TUE -Georgetown Time> brings to light
" a curious iJe?ncideBc?.* According to the
Stade census, taken eighteen months ago,
? the- county bad 1381 white males, 1300 wh i te- j
females,. C2CC colored males and_712? col:
oreel Tem ale?-tot ai 16,373. Singular to say
the United States census, taken a 3/'etWVaier,
shows'-exactly the same numbers all the
.Wjjy brough.. There seem to be a very
big cat in tm 3 me ai-tab !
THESE prosecutions for.improper conduct
at tbe late elections will do good. A mana?
ger of eiectibus, for jaeglecting his duty,
.'goes to jail for six months ; another mana?
ge^ for tb> same, ^offence, goes to jail for
nine months. What, however, has. become
of tbe^army bf minors who voted Illegally * '
J Coot ano -forme. -., ?j?
BROOCH LOST.-LOST,-ON FRIDAY
afternorm, 13th> on Wentworth street, be- j
tween Ring and Coming streets, a child's CORAL.
BROOCH. ' The finder will be liberally rewarded
by having lt at Ko. 64 Wentworth street.. Janie-*
LOST; ? SMALL BLACK AND TAN
Terrier Slat The Under will be suitably re?
warded by leaving the same at No. 39 Broad st.
CfTRAYBD OR STOLEN FROM OFFICE
otth? Southern Express Company, a Liver
Colored and White Poiuter POP, -about three
mon thu old. A liberal reward wlU be paid, tor re?
cover* of same._ , Jania
LOST, TH rs MORNING, A PACKAGE
bf SHIt' PAPERS, belonging to the Bark
Scott. A suitable reward will oe paid If left nt
tuts office. D. JENNINGS. No. 12 Broad street.
Sanqo ?ooos, Ut.
ASQUERADTE SUITS ,
REPRESENTING BEARS. MONKEYS, FROGS,
CLOWNS, CHINESE, T?RKS, PRINCES, AO.
I beg to Inform Masqueraders that I have Just
received a larrie consignment of thc above men?
tioned GOODS, hut as they can be offered for sale
for only a few days, parties interested will please
call at once and maka their selections.
FANCY COSTUMES, Black sud Colored Domino
Suits for hire at reasonable ra :es.
I have at?o opened a complete assortment of
MASKJ?, Wigs; Whiskers, Moustachues, Gold and
Silver Lace, Card, stars', Spangles, Gold and Silver
Clotri, diamond Dust; Ac, Ac.
-, , . ; F? VON SANTES,
No. 2:0 Klug.next door to Academy of Magic.
j?nl?-2. : J '
ti T A B L I S H B D 18 5*
CHARLES HICKEY, '
LOOSING GLASS ANO PIUT?RE FRAMES.
GILT, OVAL, WALNUT,*nd al! kinds bf PICTURE
KRAM SS for Photographs, (. bromos and Needle
Work- Special attention given to .Regltdiagt
Hanging Glasses and Pictures Also, OH Paintings
deane 1 and varnished. A good assortment of
Chromos, Photographs and fine Engravings, ?c.,,
No. SSS KING STREET, ,ABOVE LIBERTY.
?giL?V BLACK' iz CO. ;
NOB. 665 an"T587 BROADWAY, NEW Y?BK,
Can attention of those about purchasing HOLT'
DAY PRESENTS to their unequalled Stock, com
prising everything lu
' SILVER, JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS.
, - . - v.
It will be much to the advantage of those living
at a distance i rom tbe city tc send their ora.-rs.
as apectal attention will be given In the selection
by one, of the Arm personalty. And in case the
goods furnished are not satisfactory in every re?
spect, they can be exchanged.
Goods sent 0. 0. 0. Packages allowed tobe
opened and selections made. Janl8-lyr
TENNENT fe HUME, CONVEYANCERS
OF REAL ESTATE.-Thc undersigned have
this day formed a Special Partnership as CON-'
VKYANOERS OF REAL PROPERTY, and Will
furnish thorough abstracts to all titles they pass
Each member of the firm will conduct the other
branches of his business Beparatelv. as hereto?
fore.- WM. TENNENT,
. . Attorney and Solicitor.
j JanS-mwflmo Land Surveyor.
missolntione of (??partncrsijip. [
rpiTE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
JV "existing under the nam? or SHEPPARD A
CAMPBELL ia this day dissolved by mutual con?
sent.. J. L. SHEPPARD will commue the BROK?
ERAGE BUSINESS in lils own name, and settle
the affairs of the' firm. J. L. SHEPPARD
Jan2-m3 ._t_J 0. OAMPBKLb.
D'SSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
Theropartnershlp ticrtnfore exlstinz under'
tue uame and nun of MULLER A WI BTU KS, waa
dissolved on rhe otu September, mo, by the de?
cease f Mr. WERNER MULLER.
All persons indebted to me late Arm will make
payment to the.underslgned,
, . . Ono F. WIETERS.
. The undersigned will continue the WHOLESALE
GROCERY BUSINESS, at No. 161 East Bay, en his
own aocount. 0'i.TO F. WIETERS.
DISSOLUTION.-THE FIRM OF NORTH,
STEELE A WARDELL have dissolved, to
take effect from the ?d Instant. C. C. NORTH,
of New York, retires, and JOHN K. STEELE and"
A. W. WARDELL, Jr., continue the business un?
der the name of STEELE A WARDELL.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
The Copartnership heretofore existing
nnder the name of J. K, READ A CO., ls this day
dissolved by mutual consent. The liquidation of
their affairs will be conducted by J. R. READ.
(Signed) J. R. READ.
C. J. QUINBY.
Charleston, January 17,1871. Jan2
BOARD -FAMILIES AND. SINGLE
gentlemen cap bapieasantiy accommodated
at the corner of Wentworth aid Glebe streets.
ST. ANDREWS IrOD?E, Not 10,^ F. M.
ThejReguiar Communication ?nitirl*rLoatfe .
wm be held ac Masonic Ball, THIS EVBNIKG, M 7
o'clock. By order W. M.
Janie L. P. 8PE18SE0GER, JH., Secretary.
BiTBLE" SOCIETY OF ' ^CrT?RXBST?Nr
>' Tba Annual Meeting oi.tne Bible Society o?
Charleston will be held at . the Charleston College
THIS DAV. the lem insTtrnf; at n>Wcirp. H.7
wlien an election til officers will-be hew and tbe
Annnal Report of the Board be presented.
jania_J. N. ROBSON, Secretary.
CAROLINA DRAMATIC CLUB.-AT?
TEND an Extra Meeting or your Olub, THIS .
EVEN'mo, at the residence of trie stage manager,
"No. 21S Meeting street, at ban* past 7 o'clock.
Members will please come prepare;! to pay dues.
By order. JOB DAWSON, Jr., Secretary.
Janis ._.- _
FARMERS' FERTILIZER COMPANY OF
SOOTH CAROLINA.-A Meeting of tb?
stockholders, for tbe purpose of Increasing the
Capital Stock and amending the first section or
the By Laws, win be held at theroomsof the Board
of Trade, TO-MORBOW. nth Instant, at 7 o'clock,
P. M. The report of the committee anointed at
the meeting of 13th December wm- be considered
Janlo-2 A. H: MAZYCK, Treasurer.
IO. 0. F.-R. W. GRAND LODGE OF
. SOUTH -CAROLINA.-Toe Annual Commu?
nication ortho R. W. Grand Lodge.of South Caro?
lina will be held ?n the City of columbia, at Ma?
sonic Hall, on WBDNBSPAT, January 18,1871, com?
mencing at 9 o'clock A. M. A geaerai attendance
of the members is requested, as business ol Impor?
tance Will be transacled. --
By orderet tueJ?. W, fl. M.. . .. v.
r ROBT. JAME?,
Janl4-3_ Grand Secretary.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK?
HOLDERS 'Of THE SOOTH CAROfclNA
RAILROAD COMPANY, AND OF, TBE. SOUTH ?
WESTERN RAILROAD BANK.-The Annual,
Meeting of the Stockholders of the'above Instrru
tlons will be held, tn the city of Charlee too-, on
the second TUESDAY in February next, the 14th
ot the month. Place of meeting-Hail of the
Southwestern Railroad. Bank, .on. Broad street
Hour of convening-ll o'clock A. >L .
On the d8y following, W?riyMOAT, the 15th.
there will be an election held ac the same place,
. between the hours or 0 A.M. and 3 P. M.. for fif?
teen Directors of the Rai'road Company, and
thirteen Directors or the Bank. A Committee to
verify Proxies will attend..
The following addition to the By-Laws, propos?
ed at the Special meeting-rn May last, will come
up for action at this: Article ist. Section 7th,
shall be, "Any number of Stockholders, not leas
than ten, representing five thousand shares Shall
be necessary to require a stock vote.on. any ques?
tion." . . '
Stockholders will be 'paned as usual over the
Road, to and from the Meeting, free ot charge, in
accordaucc with the resolution of the Convention
of 1854. J.R. EMERY,
janfwnwTwfme < - \ aXtseferssary.
go fient?- ? ?
TO BE RENTED FOa..QNE OB-.TWO
ye?rs^S?UTH CHACHAN PLANTATION,
on western branch or Cooper Rive-, r-ohtalnlDir
about 350 acres rice land and large bodies of
cleared and superior high land, suitable for cotton
or provisions. It has been aocceslrfuriy cul tl vated
daring the past year and previously. J. DRAY--.
TON FORD, No. 33 Broad street._Janl4-2
TO RENT, A BRICK DWELLING-No.
o Wall street, con tal air g BU square rooms,
pastry, dresBlng^room, gas, 4c, all tn good order.
Also, One elstern and well of ..water. Pur term?. :
apply to WM. H. DAWSON, Beal Estate .Agent,
.No. 65 Broad street. _ Jani3-3
FOR RENT OR SALE, A BEAUTIFUL
ESTATE In Orangeburg District, situated
on Lyons Creek, three and a half mflee from the
-South Carolina Railroad. The' tract contains
ttsoo acres, soil rich red clay, adapted to cotton,
corn, wheat, root crops and clover.
A splendid range for cattle; tanny hillsWos for
vineyards, and low lands for meadows. Lyons
Creek, a large, never-railing stream runs through
the estate, and furnishes MM?NVtho finest water
powers In the State. a* ? _^
A moat valuable iron ore Bas-been discovered
receutly on the place.
Tlie estate has on lt all the necessary farm
bondings, negro houses, barns, atables, gin
houses and small dwelling. It lias been In con
atant cultivation since the war, and the splendid
growing crop would give entire satisfaction.
lt Ia offered for rent or satt,' on reasonable
Address ""Mrs. L M. KEITT, "
Society Hill, Darlington District, S. a *
Or R. M. MARSHALL k BRO., No. 33 Broad
atreet. ' *' aug4
FOR SALE, ONE SECOND-HAND
BOILER, 30 Inches diameter, 22 feet long,
lu good order, with Front. Grate, Bars, Beams,
Ac, complete. Apply to THDKSTON A HOLMES,
Auger's North Wharf. novsi-mth
ENGLISH AND GERMAN SCHOOL- No.
82 WENTWORTH STREET.-The exarclseflor.
thisinsUtutlon embrace all the branohes necessary
tor a good English and Commercial education.
The boura from 3 to 6 o'clock P, td. are devoted
tu denoan lessons, via: Grammar, Speaking,
Writing and Reading. Lessons in Drawlng'and
Moulding every Saturday morning. 'The Night
School from 7 to 9 o'clock, ror exercises or Arith?
metic. Reading, Spelling and Writing, and Orna?
mental and Mechanical Drawing lor adults, -
ThaAcademy ia under myapeotal superinten?
dence, with the axslstanee of Mr. J. MCDONALD,
Miss J. H. ANGEL, Miss LEONHARDT, Miss J.
MILLER. >?. .-.
Vocal Mus to by Professor F.. BBROKQAN.
C. H. BEROMAXN,
. aug? Principal.
Comber, ?Fue!, &t.
g TTILTDE^S? D EPOT, .
No. 94 CB?BCH, STREET, CHARLESTON, S. 0/
SAND, ?c , Ac., ko.
A substitute ror Laths and Plaster, at less than
one-half the coat
JOST KKCSIVKD, ...
300 boxea best I. C. Charcoal TIN
loo bbls. Empire Miua Plaster.
E. M. GRIMKE.
MBf Postoillce Box 374._Janis
LUMBER, AT WHOLESALE AND RE
ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND QUALITY.
A full stock of WHITE PINE, from H to 12 inches
thick, clear and well seasoned.
Mahogany, Walnut. Cherry, Birch, Oak, Ash,
Poplar Boards -and Planks, Rosewood, Walnut
and Mahognny veneers, Newels, Ba'usters, all
kinds or Moulding*), Sashes, Blinds, Doors, Aa '
The attention of builder? and others la especial?
ly requested, that we are prepared to furnish the -
above In any quantities wich such prices that
compare favorably with N?w York rates.
, , ' LH. HALL A CO., .
Corner East Bay and Market streets.
?JI H E CO T T O N S T ATES
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
.MAC O N,- O E 0 R Ol A.
Authorised Capital.$2,000,00? ?
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS
Deposited with State authorities of Georgia. .
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS,
Deposited wUh State authorities of South-Caro?
lina for Seuuxlt.v of Policy hoiders. .
* OrPicEBs AI-XACos, .oEoaorA:
.WM.. JOHNSTON, President.
WM. 8* HOLT, vice-President.
GEO. S. OLEAR. Secretary.
C. F. McCAY, Actuary.
JOHN W. BURKE, General Agent.
W. J. MAGILL, Superintendent Agencies.
Recommended by the following gentlemen, who
have examined,its Charter and prospectus:
COL WM. JOHNSTON, President Charlotte, CAA..
.Qsn. WADE HAMPTON,' Columbia, S. O.
Col. L. D.* CHILDS, President Carolina National
Bank, Columbia, S. 0.
Col. JAMES G. GIB BES, Columbia, S. 0.
Colonel JAMES H; RION, Winnsboro*, S. 0.
General M. C. BUTLER, Ed ?eil eld.
General ROBERT TOO M BS, or Georgia, Ac, Ac
BURDELL BROS. Agents,
Corner Broad and State streets.
T. L. OG I KR, M. L?M Examining Physician,
april m wi jr
gENZINE, DVJUBLB DISTILLED,
FOR CLEANING CLOTHES;
For safe" wholesale and retail by
Dr. H. BAER,
No. 13i Meeting street.
nue, east Bide, tfitrd doof above Gannon ?tre
JOBIASXEB,. ..A,,.WPM AN ^WITHOIITj
fi .children, tp cook and do a part of toe
lions? work: "Recommendations required. Apply
at_Ng. 124 MeptAng street. 'janie
WANTED, A WOMAN TO DO M AID
WORK and washing. None oded apply
without recommendation. Apply at No. 18 Meet
WANTED. : ?' GOOD . WA?TINGMAN.
Recommendations required. Apply at
the Hardware Store, corner of King and Market
streets. ~ .. -, -- ...Janis
- " ? -QktimtJerstttieBi
HTJN?EEp' AND jtfxj? INN]
VERS ART OF THE
GERMAN FRIENDLY SOCIETY.
The Ona Hundred and Fifth Anniversar? of-the
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o'clock M., for the transaction or business.
'A* Pol! for the Election of Onioers for the ensuing
-year will be opened at l o'clock, and closed at S
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janlA- -- JOHN A. BLCM, Secretary. -
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PRIMA' VQWJk OF A ?UGHfT
Sta? Perrormanoe wit. commence with a PA-j
VORlTE PARC E.
Between ttepleees, tbs GrearO'RtrARDO"? awd
aa- Loolc ont for LITTLE -FArjsr,
Seats secured don og the day frons e A. H. to 5
P. M., in the vestibule-entrance en Klag; street.
jatrTB ' * .
? BALL , will be given at .the South Carolina
Hall, Tr^D AT EVE.NI.HG. the 17 th. las tant. ..; ^ i
p EDWIN P. PBOffT,
JanTff-t_Secretary and Treasurer.-.
Q. R A ND li ASQGE-aAM?
" ' OP ntt
To be given at their HAP, corner of Meeting and
George streets, January iB,*JfH. : *
co un ir.Et
?. v US', ?.>.?.;
C. a PLKS?E, . . fi. HJuISSBB, .
? B. WO?fLERSv StfBOESM.
janlo-tutnmamthii j? .
A IR ! F AIR? 'F At?t? V
A F Alfi, will be -given by the NIAGARA f HS
ENGINE COMPANY; No. 8, itt aid of the fand for
. the poretrealnf of a new gagftre, at -tte BBttary 1
Hall, Wentworth street, commencing MONDAT "j
KrHKwa, the 23d instant and cominae.fof "ten '
nig Ut * All dDnati an?'1 from, lue ladles wUi be j
tUa?kfally received by the ComuUUee^ ijid tho |
patronage of the public generally lt--Hotted.
' OOMMITTHB "OF AB?AHWMatf.'Wtt! .
'. * PVW. LEWIS, Chairman. '
H. BE ET ARD, ' K. C. TCC??R,
W. P. COLS, W. P. ps&ai-,. ... i
BjWFHK, ?.W. NK?A, .. >-J,
R W. NELSON, - ? - . ED WAH D LAB AT CE; j
H. CARRELL, D.FUST,-'*' ' " '
.D.MCL?W?ST fi. B. LAWRANCE,
J.T?NOTT, " . W.& LAWTON,,
UW?L?I?,'.''. G. A. PYOSeV '
F. HOWMAN, . 1. H. CCBT1S, . ;
C. & SK LL, - T, W. WILLIAMS. .
Admission ?etsentii. : Ghftdwnteooots.' Season '
Tic-vets 60 cents.; Thike'tscan be'?ai? frpn? either |
of the above comm lt tsai. .* -
IL BRI:YARD, Ticket Agent,
i iL B.-Doora open at-7 P. M., and clow at u j
o'eleetc. .? *' .' - tams-m'wn
pUBE e-T-P S ? M !
CONTAINING 80 PER CBHT. OF SOtTTJET-E 1
-. MATTER tV . .-. ; '
GROUNB'AND PREPARED IN THIS tUTt': AHB
, - WARRANTED FREE FROM" . r ?
AJJULTERATION. <- ?.*
The annexed communication from FTbf.'?fSlriipff j
XS. Shepard, Jr., of tue purity of this ertteti?, ts ?
guarantee of lu highly valuable ?uniiUes -to tue
farmer, being avaJli.ble when mix Cl with- other
manured, to the great advantage of any Kind o?
crop. Unequalled ai a top-drps sing for wp ear,
rye, barley, Ac.; arid the grasses, one peck bf
which will show yiiublelmprfvemeaton an acre
of ground. ? . . *
Thia valuable Manure ta offered for -sale a? the
low price of 116 per ton cash, or on time lor city
acceptance with Interest added.
Put up for shipment in bags of zoo pounds each.
AU orders by mall lo accordance with abof?
terms will be promptly executed by ' >.
' JOHN H. HOLMES, ?
j Commission Mercbant^ >
Boyce's Wharf, Charleston, a, t?.
Ov F?O K oy STAT* I Nar KOBO a OF FjurrxusKBS^ }
LAaoKATO?T.pr MEDICAL COLI EOE, .QUEEN ST.,
. CBAWiksro^ S. C.^N?vember.114, 18W. J '
Utj. joan H. lionnes: - ' \
?SAK siR-TUe gypsum submitted by yon for ,
analysts la the most remartabic I hare ever seen
fqr Its- freedom from intpurltlea of every*' kind, j
containrag as lt dues but one-third of One per centY
Dr Insoluble matter, ir lt can besuppHed OT sMr*
Har quaUty (^cannot fall to prove a great boon to
Boutaorn agrleultore, aa there ia no crop io ara Ich
ltia not AieneQctai, whe?ier applied alone or In
conjunction wUh other manures. . .- -
. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, .
(Signed) CHARLES U. SHEPPARDJavKjO,.
TOANDO FERTILIZER. ^;
Cash-FIFTY UOLLABS per ton o'2000 pounds,,
at factory. . ?
Time-FIFTY-FIYE DOLLARS per tin of mm.
pouoda, at. factory, payable .November l, 1871^1
without interest. "Foi aale by . ? ... .
WM. C. DUKES.* co., Genend Agents.'^.
No. 1 South Atlantic Wharf,
Jan4-wrmlmoD*c Charleston. S. C.
?pACIFIO GUANO COMPANY'S
(CAPITAL $1,000,000) ' " ... ^
SO L P B E E.P?. C I PIC G? ANO.
Thts GUANO ls now so well known tn all the
Southern states ror its remarkable effects aa an
agency for Increasing the products of labor, as
out to reqolro especial commenoation rrom na.
Its use for Ove years , past baa established Its
character ror reliable excellence. The large Axed
capital invested by the com nany in this trade,
affords the surest guarantee the vontinued ex?
cellence of Its Guano. J. N. ROBSON, -
Selling Agent, Charleston, ?L 0,
JOHN S. REESE A CO., General Agenta, Haiti-"
QO MP OU ND ACID
P-HOSPHATE OF LIMB,
FOR COMPOSTING WITH COTTON BRED.
This article Ia manafactured by the PAC?FIO
GUANO COMPANY, at Charleston, S. Ot, under
the superintendence or Dr. ST. JULIEN RAYE
NEL. When composted With an equal Weight or
Cotton Seed, its results hare been found fully
equal to the best standard fertlllaera its econo?
my must commend IS, to tho notice of Planters.
generally. Fur specific-direction s for composting,
and ror supplies, apply to ' J. N. ROB,-ON,'
Setting Agent, Charleston; S. C.
JOHN S. REESE A -CO., General Agenta, Balti?
more! *' ' . . - - . d?:22-DAC-fmw
E RU VI AN GUANO.,
For sale a lot of A No. 1 Chincha Wand GUANO,
lu store and to arri ve. LOUIS Mc LAIN,
Jan4 "_' . No. 31 Broad street.
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY
OF CHARLESTON, ?. C.
F. J. PORCHER, F. J. PELZER,
President. . .Treasurer.
DtBSCTOBS.-W. LEK BY, W. P. HALL, L. D. Da I
SAUSSURE, B. G. PiNCKNEY.
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES are now being
ma aui'act omi at their works on Ashley River,
under the direction of an experienced and practi?
The Company intend thia to be a first-class fer
tli Her,. and one which can be recommended to
The Company are also prepared to manufacture
ACID PHOSPHATE for composting with cotton
This preparation ls highly recommended by*
chemists, as with lt Planters are enabled to make
their own fertilisers.
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE ls sold at $56 per
ton, cash, or $90 on time, with Interest at the rate
of one per cent, per month.
The ACID PHOSPHATE ls sold at $35 per fon,
cash, or $40 ou time, with Interest at the rahs ar
one per cent, per month.
PtiLZER, RODGERS & co., General Agents,
dec81-4mos Brown's Wharf, Charleston, s. 0.
A FULL ASSORTMENT Just received by i
DB. H. BAER
'uiy6 No 131 Meeting street.
J oit, receiver per Sc?eoner Daylight, from Bar?
acoa, CTO? :
800 bunches fine RED BANANAS
h?.anlrt afccaaaftnabJajricea at
the^rtheas^ corner of gartet, and. Sat "Bay
-streets, by~? . BAYSR A tBESS?t, JR.
; Janls-^> . I ."" '
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If von Va*t gdod BUTTER, at soo. a potrnd,
' '^ ^ "'' . ^i?.Tmjjo*3Ps. ;
Il you want Table Batter, at A?C a poogd,.
?la to WILSON'S,
if von wan* tte Bes: flauer, At 46c, ..
rf fl? fc> M MM
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1? f on wurt-C-}ff*e, at m. apctrcd; '
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. If yon want eMgar^rtsTforanrer for a doBar,
Go to WILSON'S.
K/ott want L^t&frwn Bngar, 8 potior a
fr __ Go to WILSON'S.
I I5t>rt *--.'.. - S J?"*'-"
^ Ii jroa wast UaBegt Lard, ?>r lbs. for one dollar,
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if fm wnotfkeat ano> fisMfcrra, ion, a pound,
.-<..*- .-.'v? ..g*ie>w?iSO?nB.'"'
If yon want a Sagas.enrad Pig Ham, at iso. a
Go to WILSON'S.
if ytru wahtscgar^j'red Pig aho&Mfc, at ?Kc.
VIS* wast 2 lbtcan Tonjatoe* Jtt so per ?oras,
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. Keasts. STEI?FESS. WEBKBB ?^?KElLjjaTa
t ransferretl tho agency ox the ci?brat?d BETE?
rBflrALVtb t he uni .-reigned, woo I? .prepared to
SrmaiillatlU} per barrer ana ??. per M?T
frst lt WHoWf '
Seatheast?NM Meet lng and Basel strestj. 1
SUte for OrjlttM -ax *T?>*EN*, WEWtE? A
DU?EER. i . ? . . '
LA^ER alar aya on hand. ,f, -1 jaaitVstatha
?' l TOO sacks Lftarpoof SALT.' I?ndln? front Ship.
Muscoogas. For sale by
Jam-l?_ T. J". KERR A CO.
CHQULDEBS, SIDES; HAMS, kt.
? M fchds. Choice Bac?n SHOULDERS
- .1? beaesD.fi. C. RC SMfle
. . ii boxes D. 8. L. c sides
U boxea D. S. BolK ShoaMera
18 boxet S.-c. Cumb?nanda ?a .
26 bb 1 s. New York RHgsrluwwe Syrup,
Sow ItJidlng and.for sale?ow by .
PAUL J. L AL AN? A CO., .
Jairtl .. ; Ho. 171 East Bfcy.
p H CTN ET SA-TJ G jp?.; ;
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BENGAL. CLUB CHUTNEY - -
CashmereOhhtney , . ** *'
- r ? . Pindaree Chutney - -
Impo rted>oJrect in quart bottiaV . <?
j - . LTERT E.BEDFORD, *^
?uccessor to Wm. 8, Corwin ACo., _
janfl- - So:street,
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE ^.'
London Glu!? Sauce - :.?i .
- John Boil Sanee
India SbySanci ^ ' .
! .!' . Boyal Osborne Sance.
. Easence Anohovlea .
. Tomat? Oataop
. Pacolo Sauce '
'1 . Pepper Sansa.
CORRINE, an excellent articie for Beaconing.
j EVERT E. BElJFCWtD, \
Late W. 8. Corwin *,Oon
jami_._ No. m Emt jgggj
LENTILS * DATFT3
. _ ^SpUtPess ^ ' narie/~v
. Mac caroni
. .VermlceUl . Sago >. .
Tapioca . .
Imperial sad Stewing Prunes *"
New Figs. ;s ?
E. R. BEDFORD, .
Janll_ v Late W. s. Corwin A Co.
QRANGES AND PINEAPPLES.
' sn,000 ORANGES, at $2 per h unbred ^
Landing from the Steamship Rita, from Hava?
na, and for sate at No: 83 Marget street, benth
side, opposite Market Hair." 5 r
decs . ..- ? MRS. C. r>. irjsNDRHhx.
HAMS 1 HAM S 1 HAM S" I
NEW DAVIS DIAMOND BRAND, .
At 2o cents per ppntul
nov2i-3mofl JOHN HCRKAMP-A GO.
30L?KBTA, S. A, '
WM. GORMAN, PSOPRIBTOS. .
Ute. Proprietor of fids pleasantly Inflated sad
elegant^ furnished Establishment, at th*. State
unsurpassed by any la the State or the-Unlted
States. Situated m the basin eas centre or the
etty, with fine large airy* rooms, audi a table sup?
plied with every delicacy of the season, both from
New Tort sad Charleston market?, tie Proprie?
tor pledges that no efforts will be spared Ur rire
perfect satisfaction in every reapecL , . , .
A flrat-claas Livery Stable is attached lotta
Hotel, where vehicles of .every deacffMomWbe
had at the shortest notice. ^^^^^
Omn^maea attend the arrivai afc? dtoartara of
evei7 Train. Wit l?Ofi??AN,
_ Proprietor aa? Superintendent.
J. D. BUDDS,Cashier. , ^afris-wtt? J