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NEWS OF THE DAT.
-Gold at New York, yesterday, closed at ll
-Cotton closed quiet and weak ; uplands 15Xc;
sales 1300 bales.
In Liverpool, yesterday afternoon, the official
([notations were: Cpl iuds 8>id, Orleans s.'^aLTid ;
. but prices are actually a shade lower.
-superintendent Kelso, of New York, ls omi?
nously close-mouthed on the Nathan murder.
-Portions of the Suez Canal, lt ls said, will have
to be reconstructed to secure the permanent use?
fulness or the work.
-The New York Tribune has commenced figur?
ing upon the next electoral vote, and squeezes
.out twenty-two Republican majority.
-The Louisville Courier-Journal ls of the opin?
ion that there ls one virtue t nat is its own reward
-that of having married into the Giant family.
-Hereafter no ono will be recelve-l into good
society in New York whose wedding cards are
not sealed with wax and stamped with the family
crest. Engravers keep family crests on hand.
-A cabin boy on an EngUsh ve3sel lately
proved to be a girl, and was put ashore. It is not
strange that soon after the schooner "missed
-SHU another way of killing a cat lias been
found. One died recently In New York from
Beting the face or a lady who had Just dressed
herself for th? street and had Improved her com?
-The North Adams Chinamen have mostly
adopted "Mellcan" dress, but retain their cues.
They are good workmen, and many of them j-ood
Methodists, and Mr. Sampson considers hts im?
portation entirely successful and rem lucrative.
-The Louisville Courier Journal of Friday last
says that the whole State of Kentucky, as evi?
denced by the decided tone of thc press, is waking
np to the necessity of patting a short and com?
plete stop to the Cc-Klox outrages that have done
so much to mar tts fair fame.
-The Inscriptions found on Easter Island,
which have been supposed '.o present traces of
the lost tribes of Israel, have been deciphered by
Professor Huxley, who finds in them impressions
from moulds used by the Polynesians iu piintlng
patterns ort the tapa cloth, the ancient dress of
-Cincinnati has its theatrical troubles. On
a recent evening, as the Lingard troupe, thea
playing there, were supping, Mr. Albertson, a re?
cent English importatation, insulted Miss Dicky
Lingard, and she left the table in tears. William
"Horace went for the youngster and put aa llluml
nated title-page on him, after which he dismissed
him from his service, with a choic; coUectlon of
epithets more forcible than elegant.
-A curious lawsuit has Just been commenced
in Illinois, against the Belleville and Southern Illi?
nois Railroad. A lady who wa3 shortly expect?
ing tm addi lon to her family was travelling on lt,
and was HO Jostled and tronbled by the roughness
'O? the road that the event occurred much sooner
than had been expected. In the snit which she
bas brought against thc company she lays the
damages at $io,coo.
-A recent inquest la London affords a remark?
able illustration of the lengths to which vanity
will carry woman. A domestic servan*, died sud?
denly. The doctor could not account for the
-death, and made a post-mortem examination,
which showed that the stomach had brea reduced
to the size of a baby.'s, and the heart pushed out
of its proper place, through tight lacing. The
coroner, a medical man of great experience, bad
never seen so aggravated a case of the sort.
-A correspondeLt sends us the following ac
. count or a remarkable spring lu Texas : "About
sixty miles north of Galena, near the Town of
Liberty, there ls a spring, the water or which ls \
, quite acid, resembling lemonade, and those who
. taste lt like lt so much that they drink lt almost
Immoderately. When you feel hot, lt ls quite de?
lici?os; and under any circumstances, whether
you are hot or cold, the drinking of lt produces
, persplratlou, with no unpleasant etfects after?
ward. The spring has no apparent outlet or lulct.
Itis probably sixty feet wide, and lt is covered
with a white froth ur foam, which upon close ex*
amiaatlon appears like cream of tartar on a wine
cask. Ic kids infects, worms, and other small
animals that come near and usc ir. No fLih or
other evidence or Ufe UVeon within Its waters."
-New York ts la eistacles over its unwonted
treat of sleighing, and thc papers give lively ac?
counts of the brilliant scene on the Harlem Laue,
the Park, and other resorts of the stunning turn?
out*. Among those attracting most attention on
Taeiday were Bonner, who enjoyed a quiet drive !
after Peerless. When he let tho mare out, as he j
did occasionally, there was no use in the boys
aboutng "houp la." or anything el.-e; they soon
bad an opportunity of gazing at ihe muffled figure
o' the celebrated driver os he whirled away in a
Cloud of snow. Colonel James Fisk, Jr., had out lils
fonr-lQ-haod sleigh, with falling top. which was
built for him bv Wood i rothers, and which has
equipments for eight horses, ?he colonel's fa
mons pontes looked well, and seemed to enjoy the
?sport ss much as their handsome owner. The
gold betts on the horses cont $700. Jay Gould wa3
ont with his famous St. Louis team, hitched to a
handsome ft r tia ad sleigh. Helm bold drove a
gorgeous team of five horses, two to the pc - md
three tandem The sports of the Lane had a sad
-Interruption m a terrible accident to James Wat?
son, the county auditor, who was driving a mag?
nificent span, when another driver cai les?ly colli
ded with nlm, and Mr. Watson was thrown under
the horse's feet, receiving probably fatal injuries.
One of Mr. Watson's mares, valued at $10,000,
was killed by the coulston.
-"Reddy, the Blacksmith." whose fatal shoot
lng of Jim Haggerty our New York telegrams de
tailed, was apparently one of the least excited and
most unconcerned of-a party of four or five In a
cell at police headquarters, while his long-time foe
was dying-the others being a police captain and
some reporters. He had a moose over his left eye,
and was handsomely and flashlngly attired, a
heavy coll of gold watch chain being wreathed
over his vest as he puffed a cigar and chatted of
the fatal affray. Haggerty, he said, had some
months since come to him, shook hinds, and pro?
posed that they should again be friends as before
their fight. But a little afier midnight, Wednesday
morning, hearing of the row next door, he stepped
in and tried to separate the combatants, when
Haggerty with vile abuse struck and seized him,
trying to get at the bottles behind the bar td
break over his head, as he did on a former occa?
sion when Varley was sick. "I like wine," said
Reddy, ' but don't caTe for lt served that way; so
I resisted with all my strength, determined to
block his bottle-game. The "arktjeper and I to?
gether were? too many for him. He found he
could not shove me where he could reach a decan?
ter, and he then pulled his revolver. I was too
quick for him. Then lack was agalns? him too;
for while his pistol missed fire, mine hit him."
He accuses Haggerty of cowardly hiding and
twice tr: lng to shoot him after the fatal wound
was given. Here" a messenger entered with an
overcoat and other clothing for the prisoner, and
brought word that the "old woman" was coming
to see Mr. Varley, who did not appear to quite see
why the old woman should take the trouble.
THE connection of Mr. Gil Dixon Fox with
this paper, as its Columbia correspondent,
ended on Saturday last.
Thc Outrages in York.
It is highly probable that the outrages re?
ported to have been committed in York
County are tho work of the band of dis?
guised ruffians, from the North Carolina
line, who broke open the Union County jail,
lynched the prisoners, and returned to their
fastnesses as swiftly and silently- as they
came. Of this, however, we have at present
no proof. It is only certain that all classes
of people, in York County, are Buffering
from the lawlessness of a gang of despera?
does. The barns and gin-houses of the
whites are burned down, while the colored
people are maimed and beaten. There ap?
pears to be no distinction of race or condi?
tion, and it is the d".ty of all good citizens,
whatever their color or political affiliations,
to unite in a determined effort to prevent
further disorder, and to bring thc offenders
to speedy justice.
We doubt not that Governor Scott,
through the proper civil officers, will prompt?
ly indicate tho way in which the citizens of
York may express in action, thsir published
determination to put an end to scones of
violence which disgrace any civilized com?
munity. The people will beable to act in
conjunction with the civil power, and
every, responsible citizen sbouid feel
it incumbent upon him to leave
no stone unturned in the endeavor to
secure to himself aod his fellow-men the
protection for life and property which is
their due, and which they shall obtain. The
whole county must be a vigilauce commit?
tee. Aud if every citizen work for the com?
mon good, with thc zeal which would ani?
mate him if thc torch wera at his own roof
and the lash over his own head, there will
30on be an end to the scandalous miscon?
duct which is now a reproach to the State.
We speak warmly and earnestly because
we are satisfied that no true South Caro?
linian, no brave Confederato soldier, no
true man, would take part, in tho foul work
I of whipping inoffensive freedmen, and of
burning to the ground the home3 and gin
aouses ot unsuspecting whites. These so
called Ku-Klux deserve no more considera?
tion than would be shown to a convicted
foot-pad or assassin. And if York is in
J earnest, as we believo, the county will soon
j be too bot to hold any disturber of j the pub
j lie peace, whatever his rank or color, or the
place of his nativity.
Thc Repeal ot' the Income Tax.
The statement that General Plea3anton,
tho new internal revenue commissioner, fa?
vors the repeal of the income tax, is of impor?
tance, and his views will meet with almost
universal approval. The New York Times,
Republican, referring to the subject, re?
"The change of last session, by which the
money exemption was doubled, and the rate
of taxation lessoned one-half, was an attempt
at compromise that really strengthened the
argument tor total repeal. The income tax
has been an important item in the receipts of
the treasury. In 18GG it yielded 6lxty millions,
ia 18G7 fllty-seren millions, In 1869 twenty-five
millions, and last year twenty-seven millions
exclusive in each case of the tax on bank and
railroad dividends, and also of the tax Imposed
on Federal salaries. Add the tax on salaries
to the Income tax proper-leaving out only
the charge on dividends-and we have
$28,216,182 a3 the revenue from incomes in
1870. If we may accept these as the figures
for 1871, there ought to be no hesitation lu
abolishing the tax.
'.The expected surplus of the year would
admit of the repeal without Inconvenience to
the government. But the revenue Irom this
source will really be comparatively inconsid?
erable. With two thousand dollars as a mea?
sure of exemption, and a percentage of two
and a half instead of five, it is safe to assume
that the Income tax proper, to be collected
I during the current year, will not exceed ten or
eleven millions. This ls probably the max?
imum amount involved in the recommenda?
tion which has at length received official sanc?
tion. As the total surplus acquired by the
government will nut full much, it at all, below
fifty millions, General Pleasanton ls amply
justified In characterizing the Income tax as
In a party sense the income tax is not
worth its cost-the odium which its collec?
tion brings upon the party responsible for it,
outweighs the gain re3Ultipg from whatever
use may be made of the surplus. The tax
counted for something, when it amounted to
fifty millions; now that it has dwindled
down to ten millions, it is not worth fighting
for. It is condemned by the country, and
the next Congress will assuredly put an end
to the tax. Neither Mr. Boutwell nor Mr.
Sherman can keep it much longer. And
now that the Commissioner of Internal Reve?
nue himself i3 convinced that the collection
of the tax will do no good to the treasury,
because it will cost almost aa- much as it
will yield, and will, besides", impair the gen?
eral prosperity of the country, and lesson
the productiveness of other taxes, there is
no reason for leaving the obnoxious tax
another week on the statute book. The
controversy is closed; and Congress has but
to carry into effect the decision of the
Thc Port Royal Railroad Job.
It will be gratifying news to every tax?
payer to learn that, thanks to the commend?
able lirmne33 of the Governor, the scheme
to involve the State in the Port Royal Rail?
road job is now conceded to be a failure.
Governor Scott, it wa3 well understood, bad
taken the position that, if any bill authoriz?
ing the issue of bonds in aid of the enter?
prise were passed by the General Assembly,
it could only be by dint of fraud and corrup?
tion, and tha'. under such circumstances he
would regard it as his duty to refuse to sign
the bonds. Upon this determination of the
Governor b?coming known, there was some
talk among the parties interested of getting
the bonds signed by subordinate State offi?
cials; but the knowing .one3 at once ob
I jected that such an informality would have
the efl'ect of rendering the bonds worthless
in the market. So that it is now admitted
on all hands that the Port Royal subsidy is
The Agricultural Societies of the State.
We print to day a thoughtful and forcible
letter in relation to the proposed combina
I tion, or amalgamation, into one powerful
and vigorous body of the different agricultu?
ral societies in the State. We sincerely hope
thatstep3 will be taken to have the Charles?
ton interests represented at the meeting to
be held in Columbia, on the 8th instant.
I There ?3 no time to lose, and, if we intend
to move at all, it should be done quicklj*.
ft _t t
A Plum for the Slate.
We are glad to hear that the revenue ac?
cruing to the State from phosphates during
the current year is expected to amount, at
the lowest estimate, to three hundred thou?
sand dollars. This will be a very pretty
plura for the State Treasury, and ought to
lighten, to a mo3t acceptable degree, the
barden of general taxation upon the people.
A REPUBLICAN city paper says that a pro?
position is before the Committee of Ways
and Mean3 to convert into State bonds, at
par, certain notes given by the Comptroller
General in 18G4 for Confederate money lent
the State. This is the same job which was
before the Legislature last session, when it
was shown up in these columns. It was
thought to be dead, but only sleeps.
THE Laurensvlllc /Jerald says: "The ap
"polntment.by the Executive or C. M. Miller,
'Maret F. Johnson, Thomas Owens and Cullen
"Lark, as Trial Justices for Laurens County,
"is such a long stride from thc past in the
"right direction that we must be permitted to
"congratulate Governor Scott for having got
*"ten hold atfet ot some reliable information
"from thc up-country. Go ahead, Governor,
"In your present course, and the people will
"support you. Some of the extreme Radicals
"will make a great bluster, talk very big about
"martial law, Impeachment, negro militia,
"&c, but all good and true men ot both par
"tles will go with you into Hie breach, and
"victory will crown your banner."
ALARGE CONSIGNMENT OF GOOD
and free Smoking CIGARS for sale at Sn
per thousand, at J. MADSEN'S TOBACCO HOUSE,
at No. 160 Meeting street, opposite Charleston
DRUG STORE FOR SALE, SITUATED
ina very pleasant town in this State, witera
there ls no drug business for twenty miles around.
A good dwelling, convenient, will bc reu'ed to the
purchaser of the siore at. a reasonable rent. The
business will comfortably support a family, and
can be largely Increased accordin. to stock.
Price low. Por further particules address P. C.
M, care of Messrs. Goodrich, Wmcmnn k i o.
Charleston. S. C._JamM-Uisti-a*
"VTEWSPAPERS.-FOR SALE A QUANTI
ll TV of Ute ah-jve.. Apply at Board of Trade
Booms, No. 191 Meeting street. novlO-thtn
ON "ii MENTAL FAIR"
THE LADIES' MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION will
hold a FAIR In aid of the Monument to our He?
roic Dead, at Hibernian Hall, thc third week ia
February, commencing the lStti; and, as Its object
must be dear to the hearts of all, hope to be sus?
tained by the commuulty generally.
Even thc poorest can give a mite to honer thc
memory of those who gave their al! for ns; and
thc appeal is made to every friend of our heroes,
even those distant.
Donations of Money, contributions of Paney
Articles, Work, Ac, will be gladly received by
either of the Ladles holding the Tables, whose
names are appended, and which will bc acknowl?
edged weekly in the city Journals: * .
Mrs. M. A. SNOWDEN.
Mrs. GEORCE OLNEY and Mrs. C. STOCKER.
Mrs. PHILIP WINE Vf AN.
Mrs. HENRY WIGFALL and Miss BLAMYER.
Mrs G. S. SNOWDEN and Mrs. S. MILLS.
Mrs. Dr. SOLOMONS and Miss SIMPSON.
Dr. W. A. A. Deas, M. Dlbbl?, Esq.,
Dr. J. S. Buist, A. 0. Magrath. Jr.. Esq..
Dr B. Muckcnfnss, G. Gilllland, Esq.,
Captain II. B. Olney, W. Webb. Esq.,
Captain W. A. Kelly, St. J. DeCaradeuc, Esq.,
Captain L C. Nowell, J. H. Loeb, Esq ,
H. DeSanssure, Esq., T. D. Lebbv, Esq.,
W. M. MuckenfUSS, Esq.,T. Webb, Ese..
A.t?\ Kaufman, Esq., A. W. Tafr, Esq.,
H. Deas, Jr., Esq., F. Honour, Esq.,
D. li. Gilllland. Esq., J. Z. Stocker, Esq.,
J. L. Sheppard, Esq., L. Honour, Esq.
J. J. Legare, Esq., Huger Bacot, Esq.,
T, Bacor, Esq., T. B. McCrcady, Esq.
The Fair wiU be held under tho patronage of thc
Gen. J. simon-), A. T. Smythe, Esq.,
Gen. Janies Coiner, J. E. Atlger. Esq.,
Gen. A. M. Manigault, T. Stoney, E q..
Cum. D. N. liuiraham, T. o. Mourner, E<q.,
Co!. P. c. dillard, H. H. DeLeon, Esq.,
CoL J". A. Wagoner, M. P. Matheson, E-q.,
Col. Edward McCradf, W. J. Magrath. Esq.,
Col. B. H. Kutlilgc f W. Shepherd, Esq,,
Col. C. H. Siniomon, J. F. O'Neill, Esq ,
Col. T. Y. Simons, F.J. Pehter. Esq.,
CoL Irvin Walker. A. Isiac. Esq.,
CoL Zimmerman Davis, Oliver Middleton, Esq.,
Co!. W. L. Treuholtn, A. F. Rivenel, Esq.,
Major T. G. Bat ker. Dr. E. Geddings,
Major II. E. Youn?, Dr. K. A: Kinloch,
Capt. James M. Carson, Dr. J. lt. Solomons,
Capt. W. A. Kelly, . Dr. L. P. Tarker.
Cant. E. L. Halsev, D'. J. ?j. Huisc,
Capt. Mtdchers, " Dr. U. A. Muckenfuss,
Capt. Ellison Adger,- H.'I?. Olney, Esq.,
Captain F. W. Dawson, John Chadwick, Esq.,
Capt. S. Lord, W. K. Wyan, Esq.,
Capt. O. W?lter, J. B Grimball, Esq.,
Capr, G. H. Moaett, B. R. Riordan, Esq.,
Capt. J. Armstrong, James Kasou, Esq., ,x '
Capt. J. A. Fairley, T. D. Clancy, Ese,;,.
Capt. W. H. I'erouueau, S. S. Solomoiisl Esq.,
Capt. C. L. Nowell, F. S H^ls-res* Esq.,
Capt. G. Manigault, C,T, Lowndes, Esq.,
Hon. w. D. Porter, . Philip wineman, Esq.,
Hon. W. S. Henerey, 1). Ravenel, Jr., Esq,
Hon. J. B. Campbell, J. R. Read, Esq.,
Hon. G. A. Trenholm, E. W. M rshali. Esq.,
I j. i?. Mowrv, Etq., Eil win Bates. Esq.,
H. Juger, E*q.. Wesley Dingi?, Esq.,
J. H. Murrell. Esq., W. G. Whilden, Esq.,
E. H. Juckson, Esq , J. G. Miluor, Esq.,
J. H. Wilson. Esq., W. Roach, Esq.,
Wm. Labiler, Esq., W. Thayer, Esq.,
W. C. nee. Esq., W. Clancy, Esq.,
Robt. Adger, Esq., J. Qdiiland, Esq.,
Henry Gourdin, Esq., H. T. Peake, Esq.,
John Alexander, Esq., W. U. Houston. Esq.
Thomas O'Brien, Esq. Robert Mure. Esq.
F. J. Porcher, Esa., Dr. Hopson Pinckney.
S. Y. Tupper, Esq?., Colonel Hunt. Janl8
ST. ANDREWS SOCIETY.-THE
Regular Meeting of the St. Andrew's Society
will be held at South Carolin* Hail, THIS EYE
KING, at 7 o'clock. Members are requested to
come forward and receive their Rule Books.
janjl ROBERT M. CORDON, Secretary.
SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE - A
Meeting of the members of the Institute, to
elect Officers, will be held at Board of Trade Rooms,
on Tn L'KS DAY, 2d February, at " P. M. Persons hav?
ing claims against-the Institute, will please pre?
sent the same. The Diplomas are readv for dis?
tribution. WILMOT G. DESAUSSUKE,
OFFICE CHARLESTON GASLIGHT
COMPANY, JANUARY 2?, 187L-The An?
nual Meeting of the Stockholders of this Company
will be held on MONDAY, 6th February, 1871, at 12
o'clock M., at the Ball of the Planters and Me?
chanics, Bank, East Bay, when a statement of the
affairs of the Company will bc submitted, and an
election held for President and eight Directors to
serve for the ensuing year.
W. J. HERIOT,
]an25 Secretary and Treasurer.
WANTED, A VESSEL TO CARRY
from 20 to 50 cords wood. Apply to J. H.
MURRAY, Market Wharf._Jan3l-l?
WANTED, AN INTELLIGENT AND
active Lad to learn the Crockery Busi?
ness. Apply at "china Hall," corner King and
Liberty streets. _JanOl
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO DO
plain Cooking and Chamber work for a
family. Inquire at No. 94 King street, one door
WET NURSE-WANTED, A WHITE
WET NURSE, without a child. Apply at
AYOUNG LADY IS DESIROUS OF
obtaining a situation as companion or
housekeeper to un Invalid or elderly ludy, either
In the city or country. Salary not so much of an
object as a comfortable home. Address M. 7..,
DAILY NEWS ()nice._jan24
WANTED TO KNOW, THAT WIL?
SON'S Improved Shuttle Sewing Machine
ls the cheapest first class Machine yet offered to
thc public, and Is at least equal, if not superior,
to all others. Sold at the manufactory price, $-10,
(being $25 less than nnv ?dher.) Please call and
examine them. W. G. DUVAL, Agent, corner of
King and Llbcrtyptrcets._Jan20-12
WANTED TO RENT BY" THE FIIiST
or February, a small Residence or a suite
of four or tl ve Rooms In a pleasant neighborhood.
Lower part of theclty preferred. Address, giving
particulars aud lowest terms, "A," ofUccofTnE
_?oet anb jfonno._
LOST, ON SATURDAY MORNING, A
HEAVY GOLD CROSS, with the Initials M.
B.D. The Driller will conrcr a great favor by
leaving lt at this office._Jan3l-l?
LOST, A SMALL GOLD SHIRT STUD.
The Under will bc rewarded by leaving lt at
tins Otllce. . jan30
TEN DOLLARS KEWARD.- LOST, ON
January 23d, a Masonic mark, a Maltese Cross,
with tue name of Wm. M. Wallace engraved
thereon. The above reward will be paid for Its
delivery at the offlcc or thc Charleston hotel.
FOUND, ON EAST BAY, NEAR UNION
wharves, a large Brass Key, which the
owner can obtain by piovlng property and pay?
ing expenses. Apply at this office. Jan2?
STRAYED OR STOLEN FROM OFFICE
of the Southern Express Company, a Liver
Colored and Wnlte Toluter PUP, about threo
months old. A liberal reward will be paid tor re?
covery of same._jan!3
LOST, THIS MORNING, A PACKAGE
of Sni.' PAPERS, belonjrlDg to thc liarle
Scott, A suitable reward will tie paid If left at
this office. D. JENNINGS. No. 12 Broad street.
TO RENT, THE ENTIRE HALF OF A
House No. 8 Amherst street, consisting of
5 Rooms, with or wltl o.it kitchen, ne wly painted
and repaired. To a desirable tenant will be
rented low. Inquire on premises. . Janal-3*
TO RENT, A TWO AND A HALF
STORf BRICK HOUSE, No. 4 Trumho's
Court. Good water and other accommodations
on the premises. Apply at No. I Hay ne street.
TO RENT, THE BRICK HOUSE AND
STOKE, No. 15 King street; also Room?. Ap
pry qr. No. M King street._- . janjO-g*
0 RENT, A VERY" DESIRABLE HOUSE
in the upper part of the. city, off Spring
street, near Gadsden's Green. This house was
occupied by the Sisters of Mercy, and's large and
commodious, having all thc modern Improve?
ments. Kent low. Apply at No. 114 Broad street.
Drugs, Cljctnicals, #c.
mflE GREAT LUNG REMEDY !
GLOBE FLOWER COUGH SYRUP
Cures permanently Bronchitis, Asthma, Coughs,
Colds, Bleeding of thc Lung*, Croup, Whooping
Cough and Consumption, wheu taken la time.
Uas never failed.
OVERTWENTY THOUSAND LIVING WITNESSES
to bear tesitmonv to thc great superloritv of
GLOBE FLOWER COUGH SYRUP over all other
lung remedies Introduced.
Globe Flower Couch Syrup 13 warranted not to
contain opium or other nauseous drugs lu any of
Globe Plower Cough Syrup ls legally warranted
to cure 1
Globe Flower Cough Syrup ls protected by
letters [latent, both on trade mark label and com?
pound, it ls pleasant to the taste und harmless
to the most delicate infant.
For sale by Druggists. Price fl per bottle.
PEM-JERT?N, TAYLOR A CO..
Proprietors aud c lemlsts, Atlanta, Ga.
ROSWELL GA., April 2C, 1670.
Messrs. Pemberton, Taylor iii Co:
DEAR SiR3-I received the bottle oi Globe
Flower Syrup at noon, yesterday, and began Hie
use of lt Immediately. My patient passed a
more comturtuble ulght than she has for three
mouths, and now, at 10 o'clock A. M.. says she
feels like another wom.w. I intend to continue
the use of the Globe Flower Syrup, believing lt
will make a cure. Never have I witnessed such
great benellt rrom a remedy, in so short a time, lu
my lifo. I shall in the future use your uiobe
Flower Syrup In al] cases of colds, coughs. *nd
all affections of the lungs that may present tuem
H. B. ANDERSON, M. D.
For sale by aw Druggists,
GOODRICH, WI NEMAN A CO.,
dec7-tuths3mo3_Charleston. S. C.
Q.ERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL !
AN INVALUABLE REMEDY FOR INFANTS !
This ls. the best Medicine for yoong children,
suffering with Culicr Diarrhoea, or any other com?
plaint, in-ldent to Teething. It may be grven
with sarety, as D contains uo opium, or other in
Price. 23 cents a bottle.
Manufacture I and rorsale by
DR. H. BA ER.
Also by the following Druggists:
A. W. ECKEL A CO., Dr. A. RAOUL,
Dr. W. A. SKRINE, A. O. BARBOT,"
W. T. LITTLE A CO., J. BLACKMAN,
P. M. COHEN, Dr. E. H. KELLERS,
E. S. BURNHAM, GRAMAN A ?-CnWAKE,
G. W, AIMAR, J. LOCKWOOD,
G. J. LU11N, W. T. LINN,
W. A. GIBSON.
And by Druggists generally. jan21
tumbe*, fad, &tr
j' UMBER CLTV M 13 E B !
Lumber or all sizes and oescrlptlons. sawed and
delivered at Charleston, or any point on the South
Carolina Railroad. Orders addressed to
TUOS S. BROWNING,
Jan26-thUulm* 26 Station. S. C. Railroad.
Jg DILDEBS' DEPOT,
Nu. 94 CHURCH STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
SAND, AC, AC, AC.
A substitute for Lath3 and Plaster, at less than
one-half the cost.
300 boxes best L C. Charcoal TIN
100 bbls. Empire Mills Plaster.
E. M. GRIM KE.
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NEW CATALOGUE, No. 3.
CHATTERBOX, a beautifully Illustrated English
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ly parts of The Chatterbox, for 1871, at 15c. per
part, or yearly subscription $l 75. We have also
the bound volume of The Chatterbox ?or 1870,
price $i 50; Chambers's Encyclopaedia-this great
worlc has leached the twentieth number. Sub?
scribers will please call for their numbers. The
two first vol ames are now ready, bound In library
sheep, at $rf 60 per volume: Ancient Classics for
General Re tders. edited by Rev. W. Lucas Collins,
M. A. The following volumes are now ready, viz:
Homer, The Iliad, The Odyssey, Herodotus, Caesar.
Virgil, prlce.fl per volume; Mommeen'sHlstorv of
Rome, the fourni volume, with a general Index,
completes the work-tho four volumes complete
In a neat case for $8; Fronde's History of Eng?
land, from the Fall of Wolsey to the Hereat of the
Spanish-Armada, vols, ll and 12. at $1 25 per vol.
The twelve volumes complete at $15; The Micros?
cope, descriptive of various objects .1 tnterest
and beauty, adapted for microscopic observa?
tions, with numerous colored Illustrations, by the
Hon. Mrs. Ward, $175; The Telescope, a Familiar
Sketch, with special notice or objects within the
range of a small telescope, and a detail of the
most interesting discoveries with powerful tele?
scopes, cunee nlng the heavenly bodies, by Mrs.
Ward, with original colored drawings, $1 75; Field
Flowers, a Handy Book for the Rambling Bota?
nist, by Shirley Hlbberd. eight colored plates,
$175; Country Walks of a Naturalist with his
Children, by Rev. W. Houghton, eight colored
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bis Children, colored engravings and wood cuts,
$175; The Fern Garden, or Fern Culture made
Easy, by Hlbberd, colored illustrations, $1 75;
Madagascar and Its People, with a Sketch of the
History, Position and Prospects of Mission Work
among the Malagasy, by James Sibree. Jr., $3;
Hie English Governess at the Siamese Court, by
Anne Harriet Leonowens, illustrated, $3; Looking
Backward, or Memoirs of the Past, by Mary B.
Allen King, $1 75; Hanna's Life of Christ-the
six volumes In three for $4 60. being half the price
of the old edition: Georare Macdonald on the Mira?
cles of our Lord, H; The Text Book of Freema?
sonry, fully illustrated, by a member of ihe Crart,
$1; Helps: Friends In Council, four volumes in
two, $4, Casimir Maremraa. $2, Realmah, $2;
Paris in December, 1851, or, The Coup d'Etat of
Napoleon IM, by Eugene Tenot, $2 50; Thc Morn?
ing Land, by Ed. Dicey, Special Correspondent of
the Dally Tolegraph In the East, London, $5;
Opium and the Opium Appetite, by Alonzo Cal?
kins, M. D., $2.
New supplies of the following excellent Books
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Hlckersteth, S2; The Changed Cross, 51-50? The
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nn.i Within, $2; By the Sea. by the author of Alice
Tracy. $1 75; Broadna on Preparation of Sonnons,
$2; Conybearc and Howeon's Life and Epistles of
St. Paul. The complete and unabridged edition,
with maps and Illustrations, two volumes lu one,
Our CIRCULATING LIBRARY ls constantly re?
ceiving accessions of new light reading for.ihe
benefit of persons residing In the country. Clubs
will be supplied on liberal terms.
N. B. Our Monthly Literary Bulletin will be sent
Free to persons In the country.
ST Persons residing In the country util please
bear In mind that by sending their orders to us
ror anv books published In America, they will be
charged only the price of the book. We pay for
the postage or express.
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No. 260 King street, (in the Bend,) Charleston, S. c.
ILLUSTRATED HOLIDAY GIFT BOOKS.
FLOWERS FROM THE UPPER ALPS, with
Glimpses of their Homes, superbly Illustrated
with chromo lithographs, folio. $12 50.
The Arts lu the Middle Ages, and at the Period
of the Renaissance. By Paul Lacroix, Curator of
the Imperial Library or the Arsenal, Paris. Illus?
trated with nineteen chromo-lithographlc print?,
and upward of four hundred engravings on wood.
Ecclesiastical Art In Germany during the Middle.
Age*. By Professor Lubke. Illustrated with one
hundred and elghiy-four engravings, 1 vol., 8vo.
specimens of the Drawings of the Ten Masters,
with descriptive letter-press and twenty photo
gruphp, 4ro, handsomely bound. (10.
Songs of Home, with thirty-six illustrations by
Fenn, Hennessy, Griswold, Ac, and eight auto?
graphs, uniform with ' Sonirs of Life." "Kath?
rins,'1 "Bitter-sweet,'' Ac, cloth, Tull gilt. %h.
Marvels of Glass-Making. By A. sauzay. With
sixty-seven Illustrations un wood, and ten auto?
type copies of the best examples tn the South Ken?
sington Museum. SO.
Wonders of Italian Art. By Louis Yiardot. With
ten autotypes ami thirty engravings, cloth. $6.
Wonders or Painting. Of the Spanish, French,
English ond Flemish Schools By M. Vlardot.
With numer?os antotype and wood-cut illustra
lins. Cloth, gilt. $6.
The Wonders of Engraving. By George Du
ptessls. With thirty-four Dne wood cuts and ten
photograph reproduction* tn uutotype. Illustrative
of the various stages of thc art of engraving,
from the earliest Hines to the present. ?6.
The Birth and Childhood of onr Lord Jesus
Christ. Meditations selected from the works of
Augustine, Chrysostom, COfln, Hall, Calvin, Ai ,
with twelve photographs after Da Vinci, Raffaeile,
Murillo, Guido, Delaroche, Ary Schetfer. and other
masters, 1 vol., illuminated cloth, extra gilt. $6.
Illustrations or the Liff of Martin Luther. En?
graved in linc after original paintings by Labou?
chere, with lettcr-pres". Bf Kev. Merle D'Aublgnc.
Twelve pictures lu rollo. So.
Library of Poe ry and Song. Being a choice
selection from thc best poets, with introduction
hy Wm. Cullen Bryant. Uaudsotueiv illustra:ed,
I vM., 8vo. $0.
The Song of thc Sower. By Wm. Cullen Bryant.
Illustrated with forty-two engravings by the best
artists, -ito, cloth, gilt. SS.
Rustic Adornments for Homes of Taste, with
nine colored plates and two hundred and ihlrty
wood engravings, l vol., 8vo, cloth, gilt. so.
Miss Kilmmsegg and her Precious Leg; A Gold
en Legend. By Thomas Hood. Illustrated by
sixty exquisite etchings from drawings by Thomas
Sec com be, R. A., m cbar.acteris.lc clotli binding.
Mother Goose in her New Dress. A scries or ex?
quisite drawings lu tinted chromos. By Miss
Chase, a daughter of the Clilcf-Justlce. Elegant
4to" green and gold. $4 50.
Illustrations to Goethe's Faust. Thirteen de?
signs in Silhouette, by Paul Kouewka. The English
text Hom Bayard Taylor's new translation, 1
vol., 4to. $4.
Mangin-The Desert World. Translated from
the French, with additions and emendations, one
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an.: sixty superb illustrations. SS.
Mangln-The Mystery of theOeean. Translated
from t i e Fiench, with additions and emendations.
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Mlcllelet-The Bird: Its History, Habits and
ruefulness. One handsome vol., royal 8vo.. with
two hundred and ten superb illustrations by Giaco?
Figuier-Earth and sea. From the French of
Louis Flgaler. Illustrated with two hundred and
flfty engravings. One handsome vol., royal 8vo.
Library of Wonders. Illustrated with one thou,
sand beau'iriil Illustrations. The scries consists
of: Wonders of the Human Body; The Sublime In
Nature; Intelligence of Animals: Thunder and
Lightning; Bottom of thc Sea; Wonders of the
Heavens; Italian Art; Architecture; (Jlassmaklng;
Lighthouses and Llglushlns; Wonders of Pompeii;
Egypt 3300 Years Ago; The Sun; Wonders of Heal;
Optical Wonders; Wonders of Acoustics: Wonder?
ful Escapes; Bodily Strength ard Skill; Balloon
Ascents: Great Hunts. The volumes may be pur?
chased separately at $t 50.
Etchings by John Leech, containing Illustra?
tions of "Jack Brag." "Christopher Tadpole" and
'H-ctor O'Halloran," one vol., folio. S3.
M?nchhausen-Adventures du Baron de M?nch?
hausen. Traduction nouvelle par Gautier Als.
Illustr?es par Onstave Doro.
Also, a large and choice collection of the newest
Juvenile and Toy Books. dccl9
Xeujsjiapers, lUuyauiU's, Ut.
What is the Duty nf the Hour. D. Wyatt Aiken;
Cotton Culture in India. British Commissioner's
Report; Pear Culture. D ivld '/.. Evans, of Mary?
land: Best Grasses for the South, Dr. C. L. Hun?
ter, of North On rodna; Golden Lily of Japan, H.
A. Dreer, of Philadelphia; Guava ami Dates In
Florida, W. N. Hart, of Florida: Angora Goat In
thc south. D. H. Jacques; The Sheep Acarus,
Chas. R. Dodge, of Washington;Tanning, (new
process.) C. F. I'anknln; Goethe and Frederica, P.
Alse, many other valuable and Interesting
Single copies, 25 cents. Subacriptlon, $2 per
nov29 Charleston, S. C.
Boots, Shoes, Ut.
OOTS AND SHOES.
GET THE BEST I
GET THE BEST !
GET THE BEST I
Buy your BOOTS AND SHOES at
No. 41 BROAD STREET.
He makes them to order. In any stylo desired,
using only the best material and workmanship.
Constan tl v on hand, a large assortment of cus?
tom made BUOTS AND SHOES,'Ol' all sizes.
Which dispenses with shoe strings and elastic,
MADE To ORDER At ibis establishment.
Cull and examine specimens.
dccl3-tuths3mos No. 41 Broad street.
T. CECILIA SOCIETY.
A BALL will be given at the Hall of the
Freundschaftsbund, THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, Jan?
uary 31at, 1871. T. PISCKNEY LOWNDES,
Jan31_Secretary and Treasnrer.
^C A DEMY OP MUSIC.
THE GREAT CARD OF THE SEASON !
SIX NIGHTS, BEGINNING MONDAY, JAN?
THE QUEEN STAR OP THE SOUTH
AND THE EMINENT COMEDIAN,
ROSE AND HARRY WATKINS,
on a flying 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 fame as tho
. FIRST OF AMERICAN STARS !
KATHLEEN MAVOURNEEN, or Under the
KATIE DARLING, or Pat Yourself in Her
SET IN GOLD, or the One Bright Spot.
MOLLIE BAWN, the Rose or Killarney.
HIDDEN HAND, or Old Virginia as it was.
4&-Seats can be secured at the Box Office on
Saturday morning. Jan2T
HE BEST ON THE ROAD!
G. G. GRADY'S
With at trac: iona, in point or merit, rar superior
to any ever presented in the Arena.
Nothing but first-class Artists In every depart?
ment. Each and every one a star in the profes?
sion. Every detail perfect.
E. W. PERRY, the celebrated Two and Four
The celebra'ed PERRY FAMILY, Baby Julia, Miss
And Mrs. G. GRADY will Introduce at each enter?
tainment her wonderfully educated Blind
Mare, "Lady Wild Fire.?
The MILLER BROTHERS, the renowned Trapeze
performer?, Tumblers and Leapers.
The BELMONT BROTHERS, from the Hippo?
drome der K?nig, Berlin, Prussia, champion Tum?
blers of the World, and the original "Arabian
Mr. CHAS. COVELLI, Character, Equestrian, as
the Wild Camanche Indian, shipwrecked Sailor,
Old Splvens, Pete Jenkins, Ac.
Master FRANK MORGAN, the wonderful Eques?
trian, Tumbler and Acrobat.
Master GEORGE ANDREWS, the great Contor?
tionist, or India Rubber Boy.
DON PEDRO MARTINEZ, the Champion Jug?
gler of America.
FOUR GREAT CLOWNS I Messrs. G. G. Grady,
enanos Covelll, C. T. Howard and Eugeue Marti?
nez, Trick Clown.
This Mammoth Circus, wilt give two or its Grand
Performances, AFTERNOON and EVENING, at
CITADEL GREEN, CHARLESTON,
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, February 2d and 3d.
Doors open at 1 and 7 P. M. Performances com?
mence at hair-past 2 and 8 P. M. .*. '
Admission, 75 cents; Children under 10 years of
age, 50 cents._jan30-3
MISS ADELAIDE PHILLIPPS RESPECTFULLY
ONE GRAND CONCERT
NEW GERMAN HALL,
ON WEDNESDAY,-EVENING, FEBRUARY I.
Assisted by thc following Artistes:
MR. J. LEVY,
Thc Greatest Cornet Player in the World.
MR. JULES D. HASLER,
The Eminent Baritone.
MR. EDWARD HOFFMAN,
Thc Distinguished Pianist and Composer.
jfcs-Cards of Admission securing reserved seats,
$1 50. to be had at the old stand of ZOG BAUM,
YOUNG A CO., on and after Monday, January 30,
and at the Hall ou the evening or the Concert.
(Groceries, ?iqnore, toe.
500 barrels Choice SEED POTATOES-"ChIlI
Beds," "Goodrich," Ac Landing and in store.
For sale by KINSMAN A HOWELL,
J iul7-tuth6_No. 128 East Bay.
l'oo sacks Liverpool SALT. Lauding from Ship
Mnscongus. For sale by
jania_T. J. KERR A CO.
J^IVEltPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
4000 sacks Liverpool SALT,
Just received per bark Vinco, ana for sale In
lots to suit purchasers by
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
JJANNIS'S ACME RYE WHISKIES.
Messrs. n. S. HANNIS A CO., of Philadelphia,
ever intent to Improve ou the qualities or their
WHISKIES, can lay claim to producing some of
the choicest In the country, and having rendered
thc prices such as to to make them available for
every class of trade aud for general use. oiler the
celebrated Acme brands or CABINE r, NECTAR,
XXXX, XXX, XX and X, through us, as their sole
agents for this city and the State ot South Caro?
lina, ac the most advantageous prices and terms.
CLACIUS A WITTE, No. 130 East Bay.
I 40 BARRELS AND 25 HALF BARRELS OF THE
ABOVE ON HAND NOW.
HEAP AS THE CHEAPEST!
GOOD AS TUE BEST I
Is the universal verdict pronounced upon
OSTENDORFF'S PRIZE GROCERIES
N. B.-All goods delivered free of charge.
PRIZES! PRIZES! PRIZES!
Not brass jewelry either, given with all sales or
one dollar, at
OSTENDORFF'S PRIZE GROCERY,
Northeast corner of Rutledge avenue and cannon
?piLOUR, SIDES, SHOULDERS, HAMS,
PORK, COFFEE, SUGAR, Ac.
JEFFORDS ? CO..
Nos. 17 and 19 VENDUE RANGE, OFFER AT
LOWEST MARKET RATES:
600 bbls. Fresh Ground FLOUR
25 hhds. Choice Clear Rib Sides
20 hhds. Prime smoked Shoulders
io tierces Choice S. C. Hams
10 tierces Pure Leaf Lard
25 bbb. Heavy City Mess Pork
20.000 pounds Prime Dry Salt Sides
10,000 pounds Dry Salt Bernes
loo sai ks Rio Codee
160 bbls. Relined Sugars
loo cases 2 and 3 tb. Fresh Tomatoes
76 cases Fresh Peaches
loo cases, 1 and 2 lb, Fresh Oysters.
JJ & 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 the South, we
have appointed Messrs. H. GERD S A CO. our
Agents, who, by this arrangement, are enabled to
supply the trade ai puces wnich will insure satis?
faction. H. A H. W. CATHERWOOD.
The subscribers take pleasure to Inform their
customers and the trade generativ tnat they have
still a few barrels of the Messrs. CATHEHWOOD'S
'INK OLD MONONGAHELA WHISKIES on hand,
which has had the benefit ol a Southern summer's
heat. Have also received receuily one hundred
barrels of varions grades, at reduced prices.
H. GERDTS & CO.,
dec20-tuths3mo8 " No. 195 East Bay.
(grocer?g, Aigners, Uz. *
Jg- THE .7 J
ii considered the beet ever introdaced in this city.
This ts tue opinion of all who have tried them.
is warranted-ir they do not prove what ls claim
ed for them, the money will bu refunded.
18-THE-Tl - .
is cured expressly for the undersigned, and no
expense has been spared to matte them superior
to all other Hants.
are put up lu thin glazed canvass, and run from
eight to twelve pounds each. We invite every?
body to try
cured expressly for
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
janll_No. 275 King street.
Jj I A M O N D HAMS.
OUTFIELD'S - v -i, _
BONELESS BREAKFAST STRIPS.
CHOICE SMOKED BEEF.
SMOKED BEEF TONGUES.
For sale by
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
Late Wm. S. Corwin A Cc,
janll_No. 275 King street.
100 ninia. Sweet and Bright Cuba MOLASSES
ico bois Sweet and Bright Cuba Molasses.
For sale by J. A. ENSLOW A CO.fc
J an 31-to wf 3_No. 141 East Bay.
EW ORLEANS MOLASSES.
100 bbls. Choice New Orleans MOLASSES.
For sale by J. A. ENSLOW A CO.,
jan31-tuwI3 _No. 141 East Bay.
looo bushels PRIME WHITE CORN, in store.
5000 bushels Prime White Corn, to arrive.
For sale by T. TUPPER A SONS.
?JORN, OATS AND FLOUR.
3000 bushels Prime White CORN
400G bushels Prime Maryland Oats, In bulk and
650 barrels Flour.
Landing from Schooner Ida Richardson.
For sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
|I L S O N ? S GROCERY,
CORNER SOCIETY AND ANSON STREETS.
Invites the citizens of Charleston to au inspection
of his stock of Groceries, os he
to show the people that he bas the finest assort?
ment of goods lu lils line, which cannot fall to
EVERY ONE . .
as to quality and cheapness, lils long connection
with tue Grocery trade enables him
guarantee all goods purchased at his establish?
ment; and he will
to convince the most fastidious that no grocery
house m Charleston can surpass
In the excellence of the goods which he offers.
He has Just received au Invoice of that
direct, also large additions have been made to all
articles In his Une;
solicits thc attention or all In want of cheap Gro?
ceries to his well -selected stock. He
all who are In need of first-class commodities
to give hun a call, as *
appreciative public will not fall to patronize an
establishment of merit wheu the articles submit?
are as represented. Owing to the reduction in
goods, and consignments by every steamer,
he ls enabled to fill all orders at short notice,
patrons will have then- purchases delivered at
railroad or steamer free of charge. AU of bis ar?
and fresh, and will be found as warranted, which
are the sure
of his success.
J.RUIT ! FRUIT ! FRUIT !
Now discharging at Cnion Wharf ex-Schooner
Cynosure, from Baracoa,
1000 bunches RED BANANAS
25,000 Clean and Hair-husked Cocoannts
At the name Wharf ex-Sthooner Ripley Ropes,
150 dozen Pineapples.
For sale by PAUL, WELCH A BRANDES,
C. BART A CO.,
JUST I N ! ~?
A Large Lot of
NEW HYSONS, SOUCHONGS AND OOLONGS,
Taken out of bond after the reduction of the
tarin*. JOHN HURKAMP A 00.
no vat tool
p ERUVIA N GUANO.
For sale a lot of A No. 1 Chincha Island GUANO,
In store and to arrive. LOUIS McLAIN,
Jan4_No. 31 Broad street.
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY
OF CHARLESTON, S. C.
F. J. PORCHER, F. J. PELZER,
DIRECTORS.-W. LEBBY, W. P. HALL, L. D. Di
SAUSSURE, B. G. P1NCKNEY.
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES are now being
manufactured at their works on Ashley River,
under the direction of an experienced and practi?
The Company intend this to be a first-class fer?
tilizer, and one which can be recommended to
The Company are also prepared to manufacture
AUID PHOSPHATE for composting with cotton
This preparation ls highly recommended by
chemists, as with lt Planters are enabled to make
their own fertilizers.
Tb? ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE ls sold at $55 per
ton, cash, or $60 on time, with interest at the rate
of one per cent, per month. t
The ACID PHOSPHATE ls sold at $35 per ton,
cash, or $40 ou time, with interest at the rate of
one per cent, per month.
PBLZER, RODGERS A CO., General Agents,
dec3l-4mos Brown's Wharf, Charlenton, S. C.