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SATURDAY, JANUARY 28. 1871,
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-Gold closed in New York, yestef day, at
-Cotton closed rat J er weak at 1?? cents ;
gales 5000 hales.
-The official quotations for cotton in
Liverpool on the 26tb instant were: Uplands'
Sjd; Orleans 8gd; sales 14,000 baleo.
The State Senate ?nd Mr. Leslie.
The coarse of events in South Carolina
may not warrant the expectation that, when
political bandits light over the spoils, hon?
est folk will have a chance of getting their
own ; but it is a consolation to bo assured
that no Democrat or Reformer can say
harsher things o( our Radical legislators
than these very legislators say of them?
selves. Confiding in their voting majority,
with two years of official existence before
them, some ol the ruling spirits of the party
seem to have abandone* ail pretence of
decency, and show themselves ard t?*?x j3
colleagues in colors whk-h prone thai, ior
once, Beelzebub is qri:e as ShtGE as be is
painted. Noiorions anxyng liies? ?iiain
8poken politicians is Secaior C ?- Leslie,
the former Land Comrmssi:-*?*?-. a man who
i3 cognizant of a*2 the oarj*ajsaan af ihis
party, and thinks :: g?>:>5 inn to aechar? thxt
there is no health is. iL
During the debate cn ile Land Commis?
sion, on the 10th Instant, Senator Leslie,
with wondrous frankness, auoourjed that "he
"thought sometimes that it was best to lett a
Hie. bat, when he* vms* caught al it, be
"thought it jvaa best lo tell the truth ;" which
naive confession he followed up by saying to
his fellow-senators : "D^n't-thitik that you
"are any more honest than ? am. We are
"all corrupt." We doubt whether an*ef
froairy so brazen was ever wituessedbefoxe
on the flow of at legislative chamber. A.]
few days ago, Senator Leslie on ce. m o re held
np himself ah? h is party colleagues to oppro?
brium and public shame. During the de?
bate on a motion to adjourn,*he said: "I
"don't know that there is any respectability
"in the Republican party. * * * The
..Republic-til party has died out in this State.
"It hms become too mean and contemiptibie
"tb live." These are fair specimens of the
style of, debate ls which Senator Leslie 4s
wont to indulge-as reported io the public
prints, 1 *'
We knew, whatever Senator Leslie may
say, that there are honest and conscientious
men in the State Senate, who study and de?
sire the good of the people. But the iii bkd
foals ita own nest; the garrulous senator
casts over the whole Senate the mantle he
willingly wears. Were an indiscreet report?
er to write ot the Senate with one-tenth of
the rancorous violence which Mr. Leslie
is pleased to use, he would be expelled]
from the floor and made to do penance in 1
the gallery. Yet, strangely enough,. the
Senate bas naught to say 1B its ownvio?n
catioa. The Senate is dumb, although every
senator is stigmatized by Mr. Leslie as in
-decent and dishonest. Does the Senate re?
gard Mr. Leslie as a privileged person ? Is
he the-jester of that dignified-body ? Of is it
-^as Mr. Leslie ia reported to have said
that the senators are too much in Mr. Les?
lie's power to dare to utter a word against
him ? The General Assembly was thorough?
ly. Radical two years shicer at that titn.e Br?
Leslie wonld have been expelled from bis
8.eat had he ventured upon the'indiscriminate
abuse which now passes unnoticed and un
THE clerks in the departments have so
very kind comments to make npon Hie
speech of Senator Robertson, delivered on
Monday .on the civil service bill, and in the
coarse of which he intimated broadly that
many of them systematically neglected their
duties. Senator Robertson said:
"I have had occasion very frequently to
visit the Post-office Department and the Treas?
ury building. Upon an average I have not
found more than a fifth ol the clerks employ?
ed. * * * I know of one clerk who ?".as
not been at the department for twelve months,
but draws nts pay regularly. I have com?
plained of this .myself to the head of tlie de?
partment, and told bim Kwas wrong. He
said the clerk was. kept lo there by some poli?
tical influence, and mentioned the name."
- ? * ?m M ?
WE ?INT to-day an able and mstrnctwe
paper upon the Sea island cotton crop, from
the pen of Jno. W. R. Pope, Esq., of Bldff
The JIunicijtai Insurance Scheme.
/Alluding to the proposition that the City
of Charleston should go into the iusurance
business, municipally, that able monthly
The Insurance Monitor, remarks :
uNo American city or State has as yet, wc
believe,- put tbat plan into actual practice, al?
though ithaB been projected a score of time*.
Within less than two years some of our politi?
cal managers have talked about clothing the
City of New York with insurance powers, but
have never consummated the absurdity. As a
political machine, a municipal Insurance office
would, perhaps, bo a very nice thing; but for
the purpose of underwriting, lt bas several
times been demonstrated in Europe to be an
unmitigated humbug and a disastrous loss.
Before our South Carolina friends really per?
fect the proposed measure, we would recom?
mend them to correspond with posted men in
Leipsic or Dresden, or some other continental
city. If they are bona fide disposed to Inquire,
tor the good and the honor of Insurance, we
will name them reliable correspondents, and
will Introduce them on such a todllng as will
secure prompt and exhaustive Information.?'
TEE Germana or the West are moviug in
force against Grant and bis administration.
At a meeting hold in St. Louis on the 5th, the
Germans adopted a series of resolutions pro?
testing against the connivance of the admin?
istration in the business of buying and sel?
ling arms for transmission to France, and
culling on the Germans of the United States
to assemble ia' mass meeting and express
their indigoation. The traffic in which the
administration iff thus engaged was severely
denounced by the speakers. A resolution
was also adopted by the meeting, that the
3eries of resolutions expressive or the senti?
ments and purpose of the meewng be sent to
the^Legisluture of Missouri, and also tb the
United States Senators atul Representatives
in Cougress from Missouri, for their instruc?
tion and guidance.
BROUGHT to his senses by the indignant
remonstrances of the German citizens of the
United States, President.Grant, on Monday,
decided that, for the present, it would be
better for the government^ suspend the
sale of its surplus arms and munitions of
war; and Secretary Belknap accordingly
notified General A. B. Dyer, chief of the
ordinance bureau, o instruct the ordnance
officers that thc disposal of arms, ?c.,
should at once be discontinued. Thu valuo
of the surplus arms, soH-in 1870, was over
-m - ???? ?? ?
SENATOR REVELS'S term of office expires
sn the 4th of March next, and Senator Al?
corn, who is a white man, and a Mississip?
pian, aud wa? a rebel, takes his place. It
nay not. be improper, in this connection, to
correct a historical error: Revels did not "sit
tr Jell" Davis's seat" in tho Senate; he sat in
?x-Senator A. G. Brown's seat, aud it was
inmeasurably too large tor him. Jell Da?
rio's sea: is, uow held by Amps, who, at the
imo of his election, wis military Governor.
WHKX tho General Assembly pusses tho
re v-st .Uli.sb.iag the useless and injurious
usury ls xs* it is lo he hoped that our sapient
legislator.? wilt r..?ke i: a ' high crime and
misferieArwc for asy mau to say, contrary
?s?fc? CT;3*.?C? O? his senses, that the sim
ik?i?'*)C>: move arwsd the earth.
SS- TO THE CITIZENS OF CHARLES?
TON. The YOUNG AMERICA STEAM FIRE COM?
PANY ?octJ reapeetfully.represent that their pre
icnt financial pndlMon compels them to mike
in ?ip;n-ai to your well-known liberality and pub?
Aftsr ave year?' nnmtcrruptetl aervlec our appa*
?...us, worn ami Injured by tho faithful <lut* per
orweil, has been stjut to the builders Tor repairs,
"he pay from the city, having been greatly r*
luced. Li inadequate to mee?, our current.expenses
md pay the debt incurred i>y t'ie company for Hie
iece*saiy repairs now being made.
The following gontlemen have 1>een appointed'
o cati orv the oltltzens for donations :
?. W. LEWIN, vice-President,
?. FLSS, j. MCDOUGAL,
>?0. HELVE 4, J. KOSIS,
1. C. MAHER, JAS. QUINN,
IL CAREY, . . . % K1XG.
By order of the Company.
u. s. BRI-xs, President
J. S. WESTENDOREF, Secretary.
I cheerfully recommend the appeal of the above
Sompauy. IL H*. NATHAN,
jana?_Chief Fire Department.
??r* DR. Wtf. C. RAVENEL HAS RE~
?OVED his office to No. 0? BROAD ST RE KT. sec
?nd door west of Courrhon?e. janSU-mwsS*
93i~ OFFICE OF THE SOUTH CARO?
LINA CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY,
3HARLESTOX, S.-C., 14TH JANUARY, 1971.-The
Se renth Instalment of FIVE DOLLARS per'Share
frill be payable on 15th February proximo.
In Charleston, at the OfUce of the Company,
!fo.-10 Brood street.
In Sumter, to Major JOSET-H JOHNSON.
In Manning, to Dr. G. ALLJX HOGGINS.
janl4-s5 WM. a- PBROXSEAU, Treasurer.
?S* STEAMSHIP SEA GULL, FROM
BALTIMORE.-Consignees of cargo by this vessel
ire hereby notified that abe ia a w discharging at
Union Wtutrf, ?nd that be'ore receiving their
joods they wilt be reqi?ired to produce their tn
irotces and sign the Average Bond, at the olilceof
5V. B. HERIOT, Average Adjuster, Ko. 54 Broad
street. Goods not taken away by sunset will re
ualn on wharf at the risk and expense or owners
:hereof. . MORDECAI i CO.,
Jan 20-3 _ Agents.
^OFFICE? MOUNT PLEASANT AND
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND FERRY COMPANY
JHARLBSTON, JAM A RY STU, 1871.-Af a meet
[hg of the Direcorsor tue Mount Pleasant and
Sullivans island .Ferry Company, held this dav,
?.waa determined t04ncrease the Capital Stock or
me Company $20.000 rot the purchase of another
Steamer, and the President was authorized to issue
?00 additional Shares..Une hundred and f \,
150) or the*e Shares were taken up a; thc meei
tig, and. fifty (50) .may be subscribed for at the
>fllceof IIUTSOS LEK,
Secretary aud Treasurer,
jan2B^3 Corner Broad aud Siaie streets..
asV-NOnCE - ALL CLAIMS AGAINST
rBE PALMETrO PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE AS?
SOCIATION must be presented for payment on or
wrore the 15th of February, 1871. The Corpora
Ion has determined to close their prisent business
?arrled on at the corner or Meeting and Market
>treets,'and no debts contracted by any person on
;hclr account rrom this date will be paid.
J an 24
WM McKAY, AT No. 140 MEET?
ING STREET, will make advances ou any and
:very thing sent to hint on coualgaiue.it.
FOR MOTH PATCHES,
Teckles and Tan, nee PERRY'S MOTH AND
'RECELELOTION. The only reliable and harm?
ans rem-dy known to science for removing
?rown discolorations from the Face. Prepared
nly by Dr. B. C. PERRY, No. 49 Br.nd street,
tew York. Sold by Druggists every where". Whole-,
ale by BOWIE, MOISE ? DAVIS, Charleston, S.
I j Special Itatittsj- |
. THE MARINERS.C Fl CRC H WILL
.bc open for Divine Service every SABBATH HORS?
ING; at half-past io o'clock, corner of Church and
Water streets. Services by the Rev. W. B. YATES, .
Chaplain. _? jaaU-a
?a? FIRST BAPTIST CHURCIi- THE
Rev. Mr. NE KDIIAM, the Evangelist, will preach
tn this Chnrch.To-MOKROw, at half-past io o'clock
A. M. The Quarterly Celebration or the Sunday
School will take place at half-past 3 o'clock P. M.
Jj?n2S_. . t ? ...
^DIVINE SERVICE WILL BE CON?
DUCTED in thc Orphans' Chapel, on SABBATH AF?
TERNOON, at half-past 3 o'clock, by thc Rev. JOHN
FORREST, D. D. _J an 28
fk&- UNITARIAN CHURCH-DIVINE
Service win be held in this Church TO-MORROW
MOUSING, at half-past IO o'clock, and In the even
lug at a quarter-paet 7 o'clock-thc Rev. R. P. CUT?
LER, officiating. All strangers are cordially In?
vite! to attend.
Subject for the evening discourse? "But he that
belleveth not, shall be damned."_JaoSS
?gf TRINITY. CHURCH.-SERVICES
TO-MORROW MORSIN'O', at hair-past io o'clock, and
at NIGHT, at quarter-past 7 o'ejpet, by the Pas?
tor, Rev. J. M. CARLISLE.
Sunday School Exercises in the AFTERSOON, at
quarter-past 3 o'clock._jan28-'
CITADEL SQUARE BAPTIST
CHURCH.-Services in the MORNING, ns usual, by
.the Pastor. Sunday School Celebration In the
AFTERNOON, at half past 3 o'clock. Black Board
Illustration and Lecture by Rev. JOnNT. WIGHT?
MAN. Preaching at NIGHT by Rev. "G. E. NEED?
HAM, at quarter-past 7 o'clock. The public are
CONSIGNEES PERSTEAMER MA?
RYLAND, from Baltimore, at e hereby notified that
she ls Tins DAT discharging cargo at Pier No. 2,
Uniou Wharves. AH goods not taken away at
sunset will remain on wharf nt consignees' risk.
jan2S-l ? MORDECAI Sc 00., Agents.
~~??f- CONSIGNEES PER SCHOONER
I DA RICHARDSON, from Ballimore, are notified"
that she will discharge cargo Tuts DAY, at Kerr's
Wharf. Quods- not, calle I for at sunset wat be
stored ut owners' risk and expense.
jan28-1 . STREET BROTHERS Sc CO.
jar NOTICE.-ALL BILLS AGAINST
Steamer ST. HELENA must bc prcscnt-.d by thc
1st February, at Oillce, Market Wharf. ^
Jan2S-4_J>'0. Bj MURRAY, Agent.
OUR INVISIBLE ENEMIES-THE
raw, astringent atmosphere of winter creates and
aggravates many ailments. To protect them?
selves as effectually is possible against the Invis?
ible dangers which snrrouu-l them nt this season,
Bhould bc the especial c ire of persons constitu
tlonnlly.delieat*. As there ls no. medicinal pre?
paration Hi usc .which so thoroughly braces and.
Invigorates th? si omach, the liver and the nerves
as HOSTKTTER'S BITTERS, -a course of that
agreeable tonic ls parilculary advisable for dys?
peptic, bilious and ne. vous sufferers, in the cold,
damp and trying weather which generally pre?
vails In our climate at this period of the year.
Sudden chilla haye a very bad effect upon dys?
peptics and Individuals of bilious habits, not un
frequently producing congestion .of thc liver or, j
bowel?, or low fevers, sometimes of an Intermit
teut or remittent character. Attacks ol rheuma?
tism arc also to bc apprehended, and when there
ts a tendeuey to that complaint the Bitters will be
fon ml the best preventive. The operation of the
great vegetable. touic ls direct and simple. It
stimulates and strengthens the digestive and se?
cret Ive organs and the nerve*, and pats the system
IL a coudlt.onta resist Hie action of those formid?
able foes or vltulity, a low temperature and un?
wholesome winds and fo^s. By quickening the
superficial circulation, without coating anvth'ng
approaching to fever, it Imparts tone to the skin,
and thus renders the surface of the body compar?
atively lmiiervloas to unhealthy external intlu
NEES by Briton Bark VISCO, arc hereby nott
fle-1 that she has been entered under the Five Day
Act. A l goods not perm1 ted at the expiration of
tba: i-eriod, will be seat r - Customhouse Stores.
jan24_RAVENEL St Ct).
^CONTRACT FOR LIGHTING THE
CITY OF ST. JOHN'S, PORTO RICO.-MAYOR'S
OFFICE, ST. JOHN'S, PORTO RICO, DECEMBER
2IST, 1671.-On tlie 2r,tli day of March next, 1871,
will be od red at auc?on, in the City Hall of St.
John's Porto H.co, thc Contract for Lighting the
said City by Gas, for six years, to commence on
thc 13th of April, 1871, up io the sn inc dale of
1877, subjectlo tho pamphlet of conditions which
will bc found at tire oillce of Mr. W. p. HALL,
where they will bc exhibited to the persons who
may wish to exam lue them.
For further lurormation, apply to
ir. P. n A LL,
Jau27-0_. Brown A Co's. Wharf.
GETTING MARRIED - ESSAYS:
for Young Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
or impropriety of getting Married, with Fnnltary
belo fdr those wiio feel unlined for matrimonial
happiness. Sent free, lu sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
Pa._ ' ,-i i--J'.-am os
;3?*THE GREAT MEDICAL WONDER,
DR. HASKELL'S ELECTRIC OIL k its all pain In
two minutes, e&noers. Boils, Tetter and Old
Sore3, cured In 48 hours by DR. HASKELL'S CAR?
BOLIC CANCER SALVE. For sale at retail by
G. W. Al MAR, COHEN'S MEDICAL DE?
DIL H. BARR, POT,
A. 0. BARBOT, Da. G. J. LCHN,
ED. S. BURNHAM, . W. T. LITTLi* A CO.,
M. H. COLLINS St CO., ALFRED RAOUL, M. D.,
GRAMAN & SCBTWAKE, DR. W. A. SKRINEl
E. H. KELLERS, M. D.,
"And at wholesale by D0W1E, MOISE Sc DAVIS,
sole Agents for South Carolina. nnvli-.imoQn&w
PIMPLES ON THE FACE.-FOR
Comedones. Blackworms or Grubs, Pimply Erup?
tions and blotched uistlguratlons on the Face, nse
PERRY'S COMEDONE AND PIMPLE REMEDY,
Depot No. 49 Bond stree'.. New York. Sold by
Druggists everywhere. Wholesale by HOWIE.
MOISE & DAVIS, Charleston, S. C.
iii cl 5-1 hstaSmos
IF TO? HAVE A BAD TASTE'IN
your mouth, aallowness or yellow co!or of skin,
feel despondent, atnpid and drowsy, appetite un?
steady", frequent headache or dizziness", you are
.?bilious," adi} nothing wi;1, arouse your liver to
action and streng:hen up your system equal to
DR. PI BROK'S. ALT. EXT. Oil GOLDEN MEDICAL
DISCOVERY. Deed moderately during exposure
to malarial polsotis.lt enables the liver to work
off the poison, and wl'l i-'.ius prevent Ague aud
Bdious Fevers. It is j -st the tiling for Jaundlcb,
Asa blood puriQer for I he cure of Pimpbs, Blewh
es, Eruptions, Salt Rheum, aud other akin diseas?
es it has never yet been equalled. Sold by Drug?
>lserB ILIO US DISORDERS,
LIVER COMPLAINTS. -COSTIVENESS, DYS?
PEPSIA, Ac, are speedily remove i by -Dr.
D. JAYNE'S SANATIVE PILLS. The test of
thirty years' use has.proved them superior
Sall oilier remedies for me cure of the various*
scaups for which they are recommended. Ia
their action they are mihi and certain, and may
bc tr.ken at any rim? without risk from exposure.
Fold b.v all Druggists. For sale by GOODRICH,
WIN EM AN ft il),, Quartes: on, S. C. Jan26-thsiu3
Boots, 51)04*0, &c
0 0 T S A N D SHOES'.
GET THE BEST!
GET THE BKST?
. GET TUE BEST t
Buy your BOOTS 'AND SHOES at
No. 41 BK0A1) ?VT RE KT.
He makes them io order, in any style desired,
using only the best, material and wo-kmunship.
Constantly on hand, a large assortment of cus?
tom made BOOTS AND SH0".S, ol ail sizes.
The New ?
Which dbpru-es with ehoe strings and elastic,
MAD ri To ORDER at ihis e-tabilshmcut.
Cati and examine Bveciuiena.
declS-'.u'.Iis3mos No. 41 Broad street.
WANTED, A^MAB) SEBY^flT. AP
PLY at once to PORCHER k HENRY,
Sontli Atlantic Wharf._Jan28-1
WANTED TO HIKE, A JUDI. FROM
fourteen to eighteen years of age. Recom?
mendation repaired: Apply at No. 2 Llmeoonse
WANTED.-A VIRGINIAN DESIRES
to obtain a Situation where he can mate
him* If useful; he ls a good accountant, under?
stands single and double entry bDokkeeplng, is
a good penaman, and has bad several years' ex?
perience as a salesman in a village store. All he
asks Ls a trial. Best of References given. Ad?
dress II, Box No. ?16, Charlestotf Postofllce.
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO DO
plain Cooking and Chamber work for -a
family. Jnqolre at No. 84 King street, one door
WET NURSE. -WANTED, A WHITE
WETNURSE, without a child. Apply at
AYOUNG LADY IS DESIROUS OF
obtaining a situation as companion or
housekeeper to an invalid or elderly lady, either
In the city or country. Salary not so Auch of an
object as a comfortable borne. Address M. Z.
DAILY NEWS Office._Jan24
WANTED TO KNOW, THAT WIL?
SON'S Improved Shuttle Sewing Machine
ls the cheapest flrst-class Machin? yet offered to
the public, and ls at least equal, if not superior,
to all others. Sold at the manufactory price, $40,
(being $25 less than anv ther.) Please call and
examine them. W. G. DUVAL, Agent, corner of
King and Liberty streets:_Jan20-T2
WANTED TO RENT BY THE FIRST
of February, a small Residence or a suite
of four or five Rooms In a pleasant neighborhood.
Lower part of the city preferred. Address, giving
particulars and lowest terms, "A," office of THE
GHEBAW AND DARLINGTON RAIL?
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
Cn ER AW, S. C.. January 21,1871. j
On and nri?r MONDAY next, the 23d Instant, the
following Schedule will be rqn by thc trains on
this Road :".*
DOWN TRAIN. -v
Leave Cluaaw at.A...6:45 A. M.
Leave Cash's ut.7:16 A M.
Leave society Hill at.7:60 .A. M.
Leave Dove's at.8:3S A. M.
Leave Darlington at....?.0:10 A. M.
Arrive at Florence at.10 A. M.
Leave Florence at.6 P. M.
Leave T)arllr"tton at...6:50 P. M.
Leave Dove's at.7:30 P. M.
Leave Society Hill at.8flo P.-M.
Leave Cash's at.8:45 P. M.
Arrive at Cheraw at..,.;.0:15-P. M?
These trains make close connections at Florence
with the trains to and from Charleston, and .to
and from Ringville.
Passengers for Wilmington and the North will
remain at Florence from 10 A."M. until 5:45 P.M.
S. S. SOLOMONS, Superintendent.
49- Marlon, Banner, Darlington, Cheraw,
Fingstree, Manning, and Wadesboro' papers will
copy. , jana
SUPE RI N'T EN D E NT'S OFFICE.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COMPANY,
1 CHARLESTON, S. C., January 21,1871. J
On and after MOND?T, the 23d instant, the fol?
lowing Schedule will be run by the Trains on luis
Leave Charleston.12 M. ?
Arrive at florence.6.20 P. M.
Leave Florence.10.15 A M.
Arrive at Charleston. 3.30 P. M.
Leave Charleston. 8.30 P. M.
Arrive at Florence.11.45 P. M.
Leave Florence. 2.oa?A. M.
Arrive at Charleston. 7.30 A. M.
There will be no Train leaving Charleston ar.
6.30 P. M. on SUNDAYS, nor any arrive at 7.30 A.
The Day Express Trains make close connections
with the Trains to and fruin tue Cheraw and Dar?
lington Railroad. 7 '
Roth-Trains make close connections'at Florence
with the Through Trains to and i rom Northern
Cities. ' S. S. SOLiAIONS.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL
PASSENGER TRAINS on this Road run dally ae
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Savannah..3.00 P. M.
Leave Savannah.11.16>A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.2u P. VU
Connects at Savannah with the Atlantic k Guli
Rallioad for Jacksonville, St. Augustine, and all
points m Florida.
WIM Central Railroad for Macon, Atlanta, Mo?
bile. New Orient)s and tho West.
With Steamboats for pointa on the Savannah
At Charleston with the Northeastern and Sooth
Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all points
North and West.
Through Tickets over this line on snle at Hotels
In Charleston; Sorevcn Ilouic, Savannah; and all
prlncfffal Ticket od?eos North and South.
Freights forwarded daily to and from Savan?
nah anil all points beyond.
Through Birts'of Lading Issued to Jacksonville,
Tarin* as low as by any other Une.
C. S. GADSDEN,
oct5 Engineer and Superintendent.
QUD CABO;LINA BITTERS.!
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS !
. OLD CAROLINA BITTERS !
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS ! !
OLD CAROLINA'BITTERS !J
. ' CURES
EN ER AL DEBILITY!
GENERAL DE BIL ITT!
WANT OF APPETITE !
. WANT OP APPETITE ?
WANT OF APPETITE !
iWANT OF APPETITE !
NERVOUS EXHAUST-I ON!
DRUGGI8TS AND GROCERS!
DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS!
DRUGGI8TS AND GROCERS!
DRU-G GIST 8 AND GROCERS!
?_ ' EVERYWHERE!
GOODRICH. WINEMAN k CO.
_L ?\igeellon eons._
PAINTER AND DECORATOR.
Orders received at A. O. . BARBOT.'S Drug
Store, No. 48 Broad f-treet. jan24-lmo
JOHN MARSHALL, JR.,
NAVAL STORES, COTTON, LUMBER AND RICE.
Charleston, S. C.
.gALL, BLACK & CO.,
Nos. 685 and &67 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Of the best quality and at LOWEST PRICES.
Goods sent per Express, C. O. D.
/tHARLESTf?* TCPO G R i P HlTc A t
\J UNION, No. ?.-Attend the Regular Monthly
Meeting pf your Union Trna (Saturday) EVENING-,
2Sth Instant, at Hibernian Hal), at half-past 7
..oiciock- . JAMES L. SIMS,. Secretarf. .
THE GENTLEMEN ACTING AS A
special ComrriTtoee for'fhe Memorial Fair
will please meet the Ladle* holding Tables at
Mrs. M. AvSNOWDEN'6, No. 9 Church street, Tn ia
?SATL'BOAT) EVENING, january 25th, at 8 o'clock.
tlHAftLESTON BIBLE SOCIETY.-AN
J Adjourned Meeting of the Charleston Bible
Society will be hew at the Charleston College on
MONDAY, the 30th, at 6 P. M.
Jan28-2_J. N. ROBSON, Secretary.
SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE - A
Meeting of phe members of the Institute, to
elect Officers, will bo held at Board of Trade Rooms,
on Tn cns DAY, 2d February, at 7 P. M. Persons hav?
ing Claims against the Institute, will please pre?
sent the same. The Diplomas are ready for dis?
tribution. WILMOT G. DESAUSS?RE,
OFFICE CHARLESTON GASLIGHT
COMPANY, JANUARY 24, 1871.-The An?
nual Meeting of the Stockholders of this Company
will be held on MONDAY, 6th Feb-nary, 1871, at 12
o'clock M., at the Hall of the Planters and Me?
chanics, Bank, East Bay, when a statement of the
a if? I rs of thettompany will be -submitted, add an
election held for President and eight Directors to
serve for the ensuing year.
lan25 Secretary and Treasurer.
-* . - - * i '<
JCost. an? ?onnb.
TEN DOLLARS REWARD.- LOST, ?N
January 23d, a Mas?me mark, a Maltese Cross,
with the name of WmfM. Wallace engraved
thereon. The above reward wm he paid for tts
deltvery at the office of the Charleston hotel.
FOUND, ON EAST BAY, NEAR UNION
wharves,, a large Bra;a Key, which the
owner can obtain by proving property and pay?
ing expenses. Apply at this onlcc. jao2fi
STRAYED OR STOLEN FROM OFFICE
of the Southern Express Company, a Liver
Colored and White Pointer PUP, about three
mcnthsold. A liberal reward wltl bc paid for re?
covery of same. '_Janl3
LOST, THIS MORNING, A PACKAGE
of bin.( PAPERS, belonging to the Bark
Scott. A suitable reward wlH"oe paid If left at
this office. D. JENNINGS, No. 12 Broad street.
BOARD CAN BE REASONABLY HAD
in a respedSble family, or rooms partially
furnished to rcut. Apply a? this otilce.
rpo RENT, A RICE- PLANTATION.
JL Soil line, good drainage and a regular sup
ply of water. Apply at this office. Jan28-2?
PIANO FORTE TO HIRE.-SEVEN OC?
TAVES, in good order. Apply atrthls office.
TO RENT, No. 87 "WENTWORTH
STREET. Terms moderate; possession given
1st February. Apply at No. 89, next door.
jan-jl-2*_ , _
mo RENT, AVERY DESIRABLE HOUSE
X -In the upper part of the dry, off Spring
street, near Gadsden's Green. This house was
occupied bv thc Sisters of Mercy, and ls large aud
commodious,'having all the modern Improve?
ments. Beat low. Apply at No. lu Broad street.
DRUG STORE FOR SALE, SITUATED
(na very pleasant town In this State, where
enere U ne drug business for twenty miles around.
A good d welling, convenient, will be ren'ed to the
purchaser of the store at a reasonable rent. The
business will comfortably support a family, and
can be largely increased accordiu. to stock.
Prloe low. For further particulars address F. C.
M, - care of Messrs.* Goodrich, Wiucman A <"o.,
Charleston, g. C._Jan26-tlisti|3? '
FOR SALE, ONE FINE LARGE WORK
ING MULE, and one Saddlo_aad Draft
HoRSE. Inquire at No. 52 State street.
ENGLISH AND GERMAN dCHOOL, No.
32 WENTWORTH STREET.-The exercises of
thismstliution embrace all thc branches necessary
for a good English and Commercial education.
The hours from 3 to 5 o'clock P. M. are devoted
io German lessons, viz: Grammar, Speaking,
Writing and Reading. Lessons m Drawing and
Moulding every Saturday mortrtng. The Night
School irom 7 to a o'clock, for exercises of Arith?
metic. Reading, SpsBlng and Writing, and Orna?
mental and Meobdulcal Drawing for adults.
The Acadeinv is uuder mv sneclal superinten?
dence, with thc assistance or Mr. J. MCDONALD,
Miss J. H. ANGEL, Miss LEON HARDT, Miss J.
Vocal Minde by Troreasor F. BERCKnAN.
C. H. BERGMANN.
ONU MENTAL FAIR.
-THE LADIES' MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION Will
hold a FAIR In aid of the Monument co our He?
roic Dead, at Hibernian Hull, the third week In
February, commencing the 13th; and, as Its object
must be dear to thc hearts of all, hopesto be sus?
tained by inc community generally.
Even tho poorest eau glve-a mlle to honer thc
memory nf those- who gave thtHr all for us; and
the appeal la made to every friend of our h?roe?,
even those distant.
Donations or Money, contributions' of Fancy
Atildes, Work, Ac, will be gladly received by
either or tho Ladles holding the Tables, whose
names araappeuded.aud willoh will be acknowl?
edged weekly in the city Journals: *
Mrs. M. A. SNOWDEN.
Mrs. GEORGE OLNEY and Mrs. C. STOCKER.
Mrs' PHILIP WISEMAN.
Mrs. HENRY WK;FALL and Miss BLAMYER.
Mrs 0. S. SNOWDEN and Mrs. S. MILLS.
Mrs. Dr. SOLOMONS and Miss SIMPSON.
Dr. W. A. A. Deas, M. Dibble, Esq.,
Dr. J. S. Buist, A. G. Magrath. Jr., Esq..
Dr. li. Muckenfuss, G. Gilllland, Esq.,
Captain H. B. Olney, W. Webb. Esq., .
Captain W. A. Kelly, St. J. DeCaradeuc, Esq.,
Capt alu L C. Nowell, J. II. Loeb, Esq,
H. Desaussure, Esq_. T. D. Lebby, E*q.,
W. M. Muck, ufuss, Esq., T. Webb, Esq..
A?C. Kaurman, Esq., A. W. Tail, Esq.,
U: Dc.as, Jr., Esq., F. Honour, Esq.,
D. B. Gilllland, Esq., J. Z. Stocker, Esq.,
J. L. Sheppard, Esq., L. Honour, Esq.
Thc Fair will bo held under thc patronage of the
Gen. J. Simons, A. T. Smythe. Esq.,
Gen. James Conner, J. E. Adger, Esq.,
Gen. A. M. Manigault, T. Stoney, Eq.,
Com. D. N. Ingraham, T. I). Wa-xner, Esq.,
Col. P. C. Gaillard, H. H. De Leen, Esq.,
Col. J. A. Wagoner, M. P. Matties rn, Bsa-,
Col. Edward MeCrady, W. J. Magrath, Esq., ?
Col. B. H. Rutldge, W. Shepherd, Esq,,
Col. C. H. Simonron, J. F. O'Neill, Esq ,
Col. T. Y. Simons, F. J. Pelzer. Esq.,
Col. Irvin Walker. A. Isaacs. Esq.,
Col. Zltnm-Timm Davis, Oliver Middleton, Esq.,
00!. W. L. Trenholm,. A. F. Ra-veucl. Esq.,
Major T. G. Ba> ker, Dr. E. Geddings,
Major H. E. Young, Dr. R. A. Kinloch,
Capt. James M. Carson, Dr. J. R. Solomons,
Capt. W. A. Kelly, Dr. L. F. Parker,
Cant E. L. Halsey, D'. J. 8. Buist.
Capt. Mt-lehers, Dr. B. A. Muokenfuss,
Capt: Kidson Adger, H. B. Olney, Esq.,
Captain F. W. Dawaon, John Chadwick, Esq.,
Capt. si Lord, W. K. Kym. Esq.,
Cupi G. Walter, J. B Grtmball, Esq.,
Cant. G. tl. Moffett, B. R. Riordan, Esq.,
Capt. J. Armstrong, ?"ames Kason, Esq.,
Capt. J. A. Fairley, T. D. Clancy, Esq.,
Capt. W. H. Pe roon eau, S. S. Solomons. Esq..
Capt- C. L. Nowell, F. S Holme?, Esq.,
Capt. G. Manigault, C. T. Lowndes, Esq.,
Hou. W. D. Porter,- Philip wiueman, Esq.,
Hon. W. Si Henerey, D. Ravene'-, Jr., Esq.,
Hon. J. B. Campbell, J. R. Read. Esq.,
?Hon. G. A. Trenholm, E. W. M -rsliall. Esq.,
L. 0. Mowry, E-q., Edwin Bates, Esq.,
H. Jager, Esq.. Wesley Dingi ., Esq.,
J. H. Murrell. Esq., W. G. Whllden, Esq.,
E. H. Jackson, Esq , J. G. Mlluor, Esq.,
J. H. wilson. E*q., W. Roach, Esq.,
Wm. Laldicr, Esq., W. Thayer, Esq.,
W. C. Hee. Esq., W. Clancy, Esq.,
Ro-'t. Adger. Esq., J. Gil'Uan-i, B*q.,
Henry Gourdin. Esq., H. T. Peake, Esq..
J?nn Alexander, Esq., -W. H. Ho a? ton, Esq.
Tliomas O'Brien, Esq. Robert tfure. Etq.
F. J. Porcher, Bsq., Dr. Uopson Pmckney.
S. Y. Tupper, Esq., Colonel Hum. janis
ARNEB'S IODOF CRM
AND ISON PILLS.
For sale by DR. H. BARR,
jaula No. 131 Meeting street.
fi ft&naSnenis. % * ^ |
-t"^.r_-.'-L-LrL-yArL-.r r^-Lr _r.- -.-1 -if*fir-J - - wfs^rfVfc^VwJj
^ Dr^B LVA- IITE PHILLIPPS
MISS ADELAIDE PHILLIPPS RESPECTFULLY
. . .. ANN?UNOES- . ? .
ONE GRAND CONCERT
. AT t
.NEW . GERMAN HALL,
O?? WED^rJAY.^E?rtNG, THBRTJART*
Assisted by tDO following Artistes:
MR. J. LEVY,
The Greatest Comet Player m the World,.
. MR. JULES D. HASLER,
Tue Eminent Baritone.
The Distinguished Pianist and Composer. *
49>Cards of Admission securing reserved seats,
$1 60, to be had at the old Btand of ZOGBAUM,
YOUNG A CO., on apd after Monday, January 80,
and at the Hall on the evening of the Concert.
Jan28_;. ? _
A C ADEMY OP' MUSIO.
THE GREAT CARD OF THE SEASON 1
SIX NIGHTS; BEGINNING MONDAY, JAN*
THE QUEEN STAR OF THE SOUTH
ANO THE EXINSKT COMEDIAN,
ROSE' AND HARRY WATKINS,
on a Hying v sit to their Southern homes, and to
their old friends, will appear'during the week,
supported by a first-class company, in those
Grand Dramas in which they have established a.
. a world-wide lame ss the
FIRST OF AMERICAN STARS !
TRODDEN DOWN, or Under Two Flags.
KATHLEEN MAVOURNEEN, or Under the
Spell.. . .
KATIE DARLING,. cr Put Yourself la Her
s KT IN oOLD, or the One Bright Spot.
MOLLIE DAWN, the Rose or Killarney.
HIDDEN HAND, or Old Virginia as lt was. '
?STSeats can be secured at the Box Office on
Saturday morning._ Jan27
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL *
Wi!) e given on MONDAY, February is, ?71, a?
the Academy of Music.' -
Tickets can be had from tho Committee:
J. H. OETJEN, Chairman.
W. E. KLEIN, F. HAESLOOP, '*
Ot P. GARDNER.
Positively no Tickets sold at the door.
RUMBEE! LUMB E.BI
. Lumber or alt sizes and descriptions, sawed and
delivered at Charleston, or any point on the Suntu
Carolina Railroad. Orders addressed to
THO?. S.vBROWNING, ?<
Jan26-th=tulm? 26 Station. S. C. Railroad.
LUMBER, AT WHOLESALE AND RE?
ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND QUALITY.
A full stock or WHITB PINE, from X to 12 Inches
thick, olear and well seasoned. . ?
Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry, Birch, Oak, Ask.
Poplar Uoards and Planks, Rosewood, Walnut
and Mahogany Veneers. Newels, Balusters,, ali. j
klaUi ot Mouldings, Sashes, Blinds, Doors, Ac .
Thc attention of builders and others ls especial?
ly requested, that we arc prepared to (amish the
above lu any quantities with such prices that
compare favorably with New York rates.
L H. HALL A aol/
Corn er East Bay and Market streets.
No. 94 CHCr.OH STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
SAND, Ac, AC, AC
A substitute for Laths and Piaster, at less than
one-half the cost.
J CSV RECEIVED, . .
. 300 boxes best L C. charcoal TIN
loo bbls. EmpireAltib Plaster.
E. M. GRfsKE.
S3" Po;tofflce Box 374. I unis
Groceries, tiqnors, &c.
pRIZE SEED" RICE.
For sale 7000 bushels or the PRISE SEED RICE.
JA?ES R. PRINGLE A SpN,
Factors and Oom mission Merchants, .
janiB-wrnHO No. 6 Adger's North Wharf.
?pLOUR, SIDES, SHOULDERS, HAMS,
PORK, COFFEE, SUOAR, kat
JEFFORDS A CO.,
Noa. 17 and 19 VENDUE RANGE. OFFER AT
LOWEST MARKET RATES:
600 bbls. Fresh Ground FLOUR
26 hhds. Choice Clear Rib Sides
20 hlnls. Prime smoked Shoulders
10 tierces Choice S. C. Ham's
10 tierces Pure Leaf Lard
25 bbls. Heavy City Mess Pork
20.000 pounds Prime Dry Salt Sides
10,000 pounds Dry Salt Bellies
100 Backs Rio Coffee
150 bbls. Refined Sugars
100 cases 2 and 8 Ik, Fresh Tomatoes
75 cases Fresh Peaches \
loo cases, l and a tb, Fresh Oysters,
JJ A H. :W. CATHER WOOD'S
EXTRA FINE PURE OLD
In order to facilitate .the supply or our PURE
OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHISKIES to our
former numerous customers at tho South, we
have appointed Messrs. H. GERD S k CO. oar
Agents, who, by this arrangement, aro onabled to
supply the trade at pnces widch will Insure satis?
faction. H. k U. W.-.CATHER WO OD.
The subscribers take pleasure**to mform their'
customers and the trade-geaerallrtiiat Ttl?y have
still a few barrels efthe Messrs. OATHB? WOOD'S
FINE OLD MONONGAHELA Wtil-SfMES-on hand,
which has had the benefit 01 a Southern summer's
heat. Bave also received reoenily on?hanurod
barrels or various grades, at reduced prices.'
H. GERDTS A. CO.,
dec20-tuths3mos" No 195 Easr.'Bay.""
HEAP ASjTHE CHEAPEST!
GOOD AS THE BEST !
Is the universal verdict pronounced upon
OSTENDORPF-'S PRIZE Q HOCER I ES^
N. B.-All goods delivered free-of oharge.
PHIZES! PRIZES! PRIZES!
Not brass jewelry either, given with all sale? of
one dollar, at
OSTENDORFF'S PRIZE GROCERY,
Northeast corner of Rottedge avenue and Cannon
JJANNIS'S ACME BYE WHISKIES.
Messrs.* H. S. HANNIS A- CO., or Philadelphia,
ever intent to Improve on the qualities or their
WHISKIES, can lay claim to prodnotng some of
the choicest In the conn try, and having rendered
the prices such as to to make them available for
every class of trade and for general use oner th?
cele-irated Aeme brands or CABINET, NECTAR,
XXXX, XXX, XX and X, through us, as their sole
agents ror this city and the State o Sonth Caro
lina, at the most advantageous prices and terms.
CLAC!L'S A WITTE, Na 130 East Bay.
50 BARRE!* AND 26 H ADP BARKELS OF TH1
ABOVE ON HAND NOW.
I. ****** ffia0rg',^5-.
-?L/rjL-fl-O-NJ-a . G E, O CERT,
CORNER SOC?fiW A-ND ANSON" STREETS.
Invites trie citizens of Charleston to an inspection
of his stocker Groceries', as he
to'show the people that he bas the finest assort.
mont of goods In his line, which cannot fad to
please .. -
EVERY ONE .
as to quality and cheapness. Hts long connection
with-loe.Grocery trade enables him
guarantee ?11 goods purchased afr bis establish
ment; and be will
to convince the most fastidi?os that no grocery
house In Charleston can surpass
in the excellence of ?the goods which he offers.
He has just received an Invoice of that
direct, Also large additions leave been made to au
articles In his line;
solicits the attention of all In want or chetffrGro
certes to his well selected stock. He
all who 'are irr need of first-class commodities
to give him a eau, as .
appreciative public will not Tail to patronize an
establishment of- merit when the articles submit?
arc as represented. Owing to the reduction In
goods, and consignments by efery steamer,
he ls enabled to mil au orders at short notice,
HB8 ? ^
patrons will have their purchases delivered at
railroad or steamer rrce of xharge*. All of hts ar?
and fresh, and* wUl be found as warranted, which
arethesure . .
of his success.
K I jr'B,'H 4 N BROTHERS'
? ' MARKEfcSTRBEjr BAKERY.
BUTTER CRACKERS 12J? cents per pound
.Cream Biscuits io cents per pound .
Soda Blscaltaio cents per pound ?
I* Ginger-Nuts 16 cents per pound
Milk Biscuits ie cents per pound
Lemon Sr??ps-20, cents per pound. -
Millar's, Family -Pilot -Bread' 12# canis per
. pound." ? -Va ' .'**."-V- ' ; "
A liberal reduction for wholesale' purchasers.
' Jan28-1 - ' Sb. 9i MARKET- STREET.
?jpRUIT -! FRUIT ! "FRUIT I
Vow discharglnj at Unloa- Wharf ex-Schooner
Cynosure, norn Baracoa, ' \ ?.
1000 hunehtea RE1> BANANAS
25,000 Clean and Half-husked Cocoannts *
At the same-Wharf ex-Schooner Ripley Ropes,
-fromHavana, ; - ?.-. v
160 dozen. Plheapples. "
For sale by PAUL, WELCH A BRANDES.
C. BART A CO.,
jp RIME EASTERN HAY.
600 bales Prime Eastern HAY. Just received
.from Portland, Me., per schooner M. C. Lyons, and
for sale by J. A ENSLOW s CO.,
Jan28-1_No. 141 East Bay.
A Large Lot of
NEW HYSONS, SOUCHONGS AND OOLONGS,
Taken out of bond after the redaction or the
?tarlo; ' JOHN HURKAMP A ea
nov24-8mos , .
?1ISH! .FISH! FISH!
A fall assortment of SA?rr FISH In barreia^half
barrels and tits, how landing from Schooner's, k
L. Marts, and for sale on consignment by ?
. STREET BROS. 4 CO.,
Jan27-2 Ne. 74 East Bay.
HUT NEY SAUCES.
BENGAL CLUB CHUTNEY
Mang?e Slice Chutney.
Imported direct in quart bottles.
EVE RT E.BEDFORD,
Successor to Wm. S. Corwin A Co.,
? jami_No. 275 King street.
London Club Sance
John Bull Sance
India Soy Sauce
Royal Osborne Sauce
CURRINE. aa exceUent article for seasoning.
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
Xate W. S. Corwin k Co.,
jami_No. 276 King street.
JURIED GREEN PE ?8.
.; . Spilt Peas Barley
VermiceiU Bago _
Imperial and S-ewtag Prunes
- E. E. BEDFORD,
"ja-nfv_ Late W., s.~ Corwin k Po.
X IVERP??FL SALT.
1700 sacks Liverpool SALT. Landing from Ship
Muaoongoa For sale by . "_"1._
jania _ T. J. KERR A CO.
jr^IVERPOOL "SALT AFLOAT.
4000 sacks Liverpool SALT,
Just received per bark Vinco, and for sale In
lota to ault PurchasersRb^RT ^ & ^
jan23 Central Wharf.
j? I N G WILLIAM.
Just received at KING WILLI AM'S CIGAR FAC?
TOR l*. No. sio King street, near Society street, a
large and complete assortment ot Lear, Chewing
and Smoking TOBAOCO.?garettes, Snuff, Pipes.
Ac. Havana autl D >mestic Cigars imported and
manufactured by WM SOUR'iOER, wbl?.respect?
fully invites the attenilou or chewers and smokers,
and traders, wholesale and retail, to a stock fully
com prising every variety of s o ali ty and -prices,
from the cheapest to the highest grade, which ii
offered at the-toWest cash rates. Ad orders from
tue country will receive p-reatet attention and
shipped c.O. D., or at thirty diys' etty acclfife
ance. dec?s-Sino* '