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NEWS OF THE DAY.
-Gold at New York, yesterday, closed at ll*.
-The New York cotton market closed dull,
heavy and nominal at M Xe; sales 2000 bales.
-At Liverpool, noon yesterday, cotton was dull,
uplands 8?8 l-16d, sale3 10,000 bales; afternoon,
sales S00O bales, including low bales at Charles?
ton at 7Jia8d.
-Irma ls In Parts. Rose Bell died recently in
London, of cancer. Tos: ?e and Au j ac arc singing
In Br?ssel?. Leduc has been In the war, and lost
one or bis legs.
-The conjoined capital of all the banking
nooses of the Rothschilds in London, Paris,
Frankfort and Vienna ls said to bc, in our money,
not leas than *?00,000,0JO.
-The Fron?ais says that in a French restau?
rant, where cass, dogs and rats are on the bill of
fare, the proprietor has stuck a bin at his kitchen
door, headed "Forced union between bellige?
-The London limes correspondent at Pera
says that there are renewed differences between
the Porte and Khedive. The Porte complains of
disregard by the Khedive of his last annan, espe?
cially as regards armaments.
-Some Cincinnati ladles thought to increase
their beauty, when wearing low-necked dresses,
by painting blue veins on the exposed skin, but
were disgusted at the remark, of a physician, who
looked at them toa closely, that they hadn't got
those veins painted within, four inches of where
they should be naturally.
-After thc lapse or about twenty months, there
has again been received trustworthy Intelligence
ot the continued safety or Br. Livingstone.
Dr. Livingstone will find on his return avery
dur?rent Europe from that he len, but from the
Old World, as well a) the New, his final safety
will be hailed with a fervid and unanimous en- ,
thuslasm such as the great actors ou the historical
stage can never hope to excite.
-Efforts are being made to attract the atten- i
tlon or capitalists to projects for building narrow ;
gauge (two rccc and six Inches) railroads to thc
?White Pine mining region or Nevada. Thc Cali?
fornians are about building a narrow guage road 1
to connect the raines or Arizona with the Pacific
coast, which will be ave hundred miles long, av',
it ls estimated will cost through a mountainous
country Irom $10,000 to $13,000 per mlle. Other
similar projects are m contemplation In California.
-Thc London Army and Navy Gazette says
that: "It is a painful ta-'; for us to announce
that ships are now kept longer on foreign sta?
tions than is prudent, simply from the fact that
our reserves are so miserably low that we have
no vessels to dispatch for their relier. The Lords
of the Admiralty aro blameless in the matter. 1
They are anxious to repair and build, but they
are restrained by those In whom ls Intrusted the :
disbursement of the public money. There must
be soon a day of reckoning." !
-Samples ot salt produced by solar evapora?
tion rrom the waters of the Great Salt Lake, ia
Utah, have been exhibited on 'Change in St. 1
Louis. No details are given as to its quality, ir \
good, merchantable salt can be economically pro- ,
doced by evaporating the lake water, another |
Booree of wealth will be added to the induce?
ments now ottered for emigration to that Tcrrito- ?
ry. Bnt a? the salt la Great Salt Lake will not be
able to save Brigham Young's supremacy much- 1
-The personal relations between the President
and Admiral Porter have la no sense been re?
stored to their former rooting, and aie not likely
tobe. On the contrary, "His Excellency'^ has
had very plainly signified to th s Admiral that I
their intercourse hereafter ?rust be formal, and 1
confined to official requirements. In view or
these racts, lt would h.ive been far better for the 1
Admiral not to have written the humiliation con- ?
tamed tn the memorable second letter, since lt '
seems to have produced so j'ttle effect upon the
person whom he most sought propitiate. The ?
first might have been forgiven, bnt the other ls
not likely to be forgotten, even by those who are
most charitably inc.incd to overlook Impulsive .
-The Knoxville (Tenn.) Chronicle, or the lith
nit., tells or an adventure as thrilling and improb?
able as any that has ever adorned the pages or
the most sensational story writer. A short time
since a drover, stopping for tlie night at an inn la
the mountains near thc dividing line or Tennessee !
and North Carolina, had his suspicions aroused :
by the rough appearance or several ill-looking
men who were about the premises. Therefore he
carefully examined his room before retiring, and i
was borrldcd by Anding concealed under his be l '
the body or a man, with his throat cut from ear to j ,
ear. The d over took np the body or the murder-j i
ed man, piacsd lt carefuUy in the bed, cover d it '
np, and took his position behind the door to await !
the result. About midnight the doar was softly j
opened, and five men, armed with huge knives. '
entered the room and stealthily approached the j
bedside. Tlie drover did not remala to watch 1
their further proceedings, bnt quietly Blipped oat '
ot the open door, and made the best of bli way j
from the murderous den. The next morning bc j
raised a force and returned to the ina, where the *
party succeeded in capturing four or thc gang, j
As incredible as this story appears, the Chronicle i
vouches for Its truth on the authority or a respon- 1
albie gentleman, and gives the name or the drover \
who waa the hero or the adventare, and who la j
weU known In Jefferson County. 1
-Among the subject* thrust back by the war ;s ]
that of inte.natlonal coinage. Thlogs were going :
on swlmmlugly toward the adoption of a com- <
mon system. Four European nations, with more j
than sixty-six millions of inhabitants, already i
possess an International coinage. That ls to say, (
any merchant In the farthest point to whlci the I
convention extends knows at once, ir he takes np -
a paper with th? prices carrent at Paris, Mar
seules, Bordeaux, or any of the great centres of
commerce, what those prices mean and how
nearly they eorrespond wita his own. Other na?
tions besides France, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy,
are prepared to Join In this umform coinage. It
ls not unlikely that the thirty-six millions may be
more than doubled shortly, and English mer?
chants are asking If it will not bc a great disad?
vantage to the thirty-two millions inhabiting thc
Brltishjsles to be outside this great confedera?
tion. J The values of the gold in the pound sterl?
ing and In 25 irancs approximate very closely.
To enable England to join the confederation lt
would be neediul for the values to be equalized.
This mast be done In one of two ways. Either
the amount of gold contained In the proposed
coln of 25 francs must be Increased by 20 cen?
times to make.lt the equivalent of the English
full-weight sovereign, or the weight of gold In the
EngllBh sovereign must be diminished to make lt
equal to that contained in the 25-franc piece.
Practically this latter has alone to be considered.
Tl?u Completed Census.
. The census returns are now complete, and
show the aggregate population of the United
States at38,535,153, an increase of 7,091,831
upon the population of 1S60. The following
statement shows the population of each
State in the respective divisions in 1870 and
EASTERN STATES. i860. . 1870.
Maine. 628,279 630,420
'New Hampshire. 326.073 318,300
Vermont. . SIS.OOS" 330,585
Rhode Island. 174,620 . 217,306
ConnecUcut.'.. 460,147 537,S86
Total. 8,135,283 3,491,851
Peunsy vania. 2,906,370 3,515,316
New York. 3,880,735 4.370.640
New Jersey. 672,025 907,409
Delaware. U2.216 125,015,
OhtO. 2.3?9.511 2.?52.C02
Indiana. 1,350,4.8 1,676,018
Missouri. 1,182,012 1,703,000
lojra. 674,013 1,190,84?
Michigan. T49.113 1.184,2*1
Wisconsin. 775.?<<l 1,055,290
california. 37a,994 556.203
Kansas..'..'. 107,206 362,307
Minnesota. 172,023 430,873
Nebraska. 28,841 12-1.000
Oregon. 52.403 90,922
Nevada..;. 6,557 ' 42,491
Kentucky. 1,155.684 1.323.027
Tennessee. 1,108,801 1,258.326
Vliginia. V96.3I8 1,269,607
Georgia. 1,057,2? 1,184,296
North Carolina. 992,6^2 1,800,500
Alabama. 961.201 937.500
Mississippi. 791.305 834.190
Texas. 604,215 797.500
Marvlaud. 687,049 781.005
Louisiana. 708,002 716,394
South Carolina. 703,708 725,000
Arkansas. 435,450 486,103
Florida.*. 140,424 1S9.995
West Virginia. 4- 0,000
Territories and District Co?
lumbia. 295,275 442,500
Total United States.31,443,322 38,635,153
The Eastern States hold 3,135,283 of our
population; the Middle, 7,561,346; the West?
ern, 9,531,195, and'the Southern, 10,941,
085. The ratio of increase in these geogra?
phical divisions ho3 varied very materially.
In the Southern States, the progress has
only been 10* per cent. ; and in New Eng?
land only ll.;. lu the Middle States, the
ratio reaches 17j per cent., 'the increase
having been especially notable in Pennsyl?
vania. In the Western Division, the pro?
gress has been at the rate of 45 per cent, j
The increase in that section was 4,170,075, or
about four-sevenths of the whole addition to
our population. This fact very remarkably
illustr?tes the westward drift of population,
and foreshadows the great destiuy of that
portion of our domain.
The following table 3how3 that there are
in the United States slxty-seveu cities willi a
population of over 20,000 inhabitants.
Washington, which, in 1860, stood number
fourteen on Hie list, uow stands number
twelve,- Louisville, Albany and Newark hav?
ing been outnumbered, while Sau Francisco
lias outstripped thc four, un^l taken its posi?
tion tenth on the list. St. Louis and Chica?
go have passed Baltimore, Boston, New Or?
leans and Cincinnati, and stand fourth an<J
fifth on the list, while Baltimore, which
stood fourth on the list in I860, now stands
sixtb. In the matter of percentage of gain,
Kansas City, Missouri, is far in the lead,
whiie ?#w Bedford, iu tlieNortb, and Savan?
nah, in the South, ure the only cities which
show an actual decrease. Among the most
remarkable examples of increase in popula?
tion are Scranton, Pa., from 9223, in 1SC0,
to 38,702 in 1S70, and Leavenworth, Kan?
sas, from 7429 to 20,900.
lu 1860 the aggregate population of Hie
ten leading cities was 2,708,987. In 1870
;he same cities show a population of 3,649,
37.fi, a gaiu of 940,679, or au average of 34.7
oer cent. ; and a corresponding increase,
which seems more than probable, for tlie
next decade, would give in those cities a
population of nearly five millions.
The table will be found very interesting to
those who desire to analyze it, and conve?
nient to ali for reference:
Population Population In:
in 1870. in 1S80. per ct.
?few York.926,341 805,058 15
Phlladtlphia.674,022 585,629 20
Brooklyn.399,600 266,66 1 00
St. Louis.310,S64 160,773 9;
Chicago.298.9H3 1U9.J60 174
Baltimore.287,354 212,418 21
Boston.250,5:6 177,840 41
Cincinnati..216,239 161,044 31
Sew Orleans.191,322 165,675 13
san Francisco.149 482 50.802 lo j
Buffalo.117,715 81.129 45
Washington.lu?,201 6l,l22 80
Stewart.i05,07s 71.941 ?
Louisville.100,754 6S.263 48
Lllevela,nd.9J.346 43,417 H5
Pittsburg. 86,235 49,217 67
lersey City. 8L744 29,238 180
Detroit. 79,5f0 45.619 74
Milwaukee. 71,499 45.2)6 SO
A buoy.69,422 62,36.1 ll
Providence.os,906 00,686 36
Buchener.62,355 43,2 J4 30
AUeghauy city.03.1st 23,702 so
lUchmond.6i,is7 37.910 . 35
New naven.O'.sio 39,"67 "9
Charleston.43.?56 4J0?' -.
rny:.40.471 59.236 IS
Syracuse....,. 43.051 23.119 5->
Worcester..41,105 24 960 t3
Lowell. 40,923 30 8?7 10
Memphis.40.^26 22 -148 8-'
i ."a nib ridge. 39.634 2? 060 07 ,
Hartford.37, ISO 29,152 ->4
In.liar.apjlis..':u,0G5 ls.ou 90
scranton.3i,093 ? 223
[leading.3:; 932 23 101 "45
LlOlanibUS. 33.645 1?,404 S"
1'aterson. 33,582 19,58-j 71
Dayton.?579 20.usi 6J
Kansas City.'.. 32.260 4,418 6 3
Mobile. 32,084 29,258 'y
['or laud.v.... 31,314 . 20,341 19
IVilmiuglon.,L..-30(841 21,258 43
Lawrence.28,921 17,639 04
Toledo. 28.548 13.738 107
"'harlestowu.28.323 25.' 0-5 13
Lynn. 28.233 19.0?3 48
fall Ki ver.. 28,786 14.026 ?1
Spritigncld. 2 ?.703 15,19a 76
fashvale.25,872 i?,9ss 62
Jtlea.20 793 22,529 14.
Jeorla. 23.737 14.C45 84
OVingtOU. 21,505 16.471 49
salem. 24.117 22,252 ?
i'liucy. 24,053 13,718 76
Manchester.23,538 20 107 17
larrisbarg.?1,103 13,405 72
Pren to tl. 22 874 17 228 33
?vans vl.le . 22,833 11,434 100
sew Bedford.?1.34? 3>.3oo +4
?swegrt...??0,910 16,818 25
elizabeth. 20,838 11,507 ?0
^ancaster. 2iv.-33 K|603 15
Savannah. 20.233 22.292 *10
Jamdca. 20.045 u.uos 40
Javeuport. 20.042 10,2? -a
>t. Paul. 20,031 10,401 O '
THE important case comes up in the Su?
preme Court next Tuesday pf the constitn
tidnality of the internal revenue tax on cot->|
ton, wBlch was argued at the session of the
court last winter, but which it was* deter?
mined to reargue. It is uuder3tood that
Messrs. Curtis cfc Evarts will argue the case
in behalf of the claimants. This case origi?
nated in Memphis about two years ago, and
?3 known as the Farrington case.
A TELEGRAM from Madrid states that Min?
ister Sickles had given a state banquet to
the Spanish Cabinet and the diplomatic
corps, coincident with the conclusion of an
important negotiation between the United
States and Spain. What new sensation have
we now ? _____
A COLUMBIA telegram says that the chair?
man of the Committee of Waxs and Means
has reported 'unfavorably upon the bill "to
"redeem certain obligations'^ the State,"
more generally known as the bill "to ex?
change State bonds at par for bonds repre?
senting Confederate notes of 1864."
THERE has been a long fight over the reso?
lution offered by Mr. Levy for the appoint?
ment of a special committee to inquire into
the cost of titting up the Statehouse with
brocade curtains, gorgeous spittoons, Brus?
sels carpets and the like. The end is that
the resolution i3 tabled, and we are to have
no investigation. So we go.
SINCE the appropriation of len thousand dol?
lars, made by Congress, for witnesses for the
special Senate committee, to investigate the
condition of the South, numerous applications
have come from all kinds of people, who seem
d?sirions o? gaining a little notoriety, and have
all their expenses deirayed in a trip to Wash?
ington. Some ol them profess to make start?
ling revelations, while others propose to de
lallioulrages already known to the public. On
the other baud, thc Conservatives of the
S^uth, who do not get an Opportunity to be
summoned, but who desire a lair statement ol'
the condition of affairs, are going there at
their own expense. A committee of citizens
of Laurens County, 8.* C., have arrived at
Washington to show that the riot caused lhere
last November, In which at least a dozen were
killed, was entirely attributable to violent
speeches made by Republican Ieadt?rs, and
that no Ku-Kluxes or Conservatives were en?
gaged Ia it. The special committee did not
take any evidence on Saturday. So writes
the Washington correspondent of the Balti?
IT BOES not appear to be true that negotia?
tions are going oji in Washington preliminary
to the reopening of thc Alabama claims matter,
as stated. No official dispatches have been
submitted by the British Government to the
State Department on the subject, and every?
thing ls held in abeyance until Minister
Schenck reaches London. In the meadlitne
nearly a.11 of the New England inlerest in these
claims are memorializing Congress for a com?
mission as recommended by the President, to
audit and determine them, with a view of ]
their assumption by this government.
The Regular Monthly LECTURE before the
Chrestomathie Society will* be delivered In their
Hall at the Charleston C ?liege, by Professor F. A.
PORCHER, THIS (Wednesday; EVENING, at half
past 7 o'ctock.
Tho publio ora lu-nltod to aUOUd.
Entrance on Green street,
febl COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS.
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO DO
PLAIN COOKING, amt make herself gene?
rally useful. Apply at No. 6 Rutledge, corner
ol Queen street. " " febl-l*
SERVANTS WANTED.-WANTED, A
good Cook and Washer, also a trustworthy
House Servaut. Apply at No. 24 Montague street,
north suie, near smith streer. febl-l
WANTED, A SERVANT TO COOK,
wash and iron, with references. Apply
to Mrs. ALEXANDER, Ktu? street, three doors
from Queen. icbi-*
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO DO
plalu Cooklni; and Chamber work fir a
family. Inquire at No. 94 Klug street, one door
AYOUNG LADY IS DESIROUS OF
obtainiu? a situation as companion or
housekeeper to an Invalid or elderly lady, either
tn the city or country. Salary not so much ot an
object as a comfortable home. Address M. Z.,
DAILY NEWS otnee._JnnJ4
WANTED TO KNOW, THAT WIL?
SON'S Improved Snuttl : Sewing Machine
ls the cheapest first-class Machine yet offered to
the public, and ls at least equal, If not superior,
to all others. Sold at thc manufactory price. $;o,
(beintr $-?5 less than any < iher.) Please cali and
examine them. W. G. DUVAL, Agent, corner of
Klug and Liberty streets. JanilO-13
WANTED TO RENT BY THE FIRST
of February, a small Residence or a suite
nf four or (Ive Rooms tn a pleasant neighborhood.
Lower part of theclty preferred. Address, giving
particulars and lowest terms, "A," ortlce of TUE
MEWS. jnnlS '
_fosj^ un? -fojirtc.
FIFTEEN DOLLARS REWARD WILL
be paid for the reooverv of a roll of Money,
dropped beiween King, Wentworth, Meeting
streets and the Pusiofflcv, ir left ut No. 417 King
FOUND YESTERDAY AT THE POST
OFFICE, a sum or MONEY, which tac owner
can have by.proving prop? ny and p -ymg for ad
verilsenient. Cal, at No. i Hnynn .-tr^-t. fotd-2
TEN DOLLARS REWARD.- L'tST, ON
Jan nary 23d, a Masonic mark, a Maltese Cross,
with tue name of Wm. M. Wallace engraved
thereon. Ths above reward will tic paid for its
delivery at the office of the Charleston hotel.
FOUND, ON EAST B.V?, NEAR UNION
wharves, a large Bra?s Key. which the
owner eau obtain by proving property and pay.
ing expenses. Apnlv at i hts urtl'ie. jairjfl
LOST, THIS MORNING, A PACKAGE
ol sin.' PAPERS, belonglug bi the Hark
Scott. A suitable reward will oe paid ir left at
this office. D. JENNINGS. No. lj Broad street.
TO RENT, THE ENTIRE HALF OF A
House No. 8 Amherst street, con-iu.ng of
5 Rooms, with or wit o il kit. heu, t:C*ly painted
and rep Ired. To a desirae!:! tenant will be
rented low. Inquire cu ur-, inls j uiUl-3*
mo RENT, .THE BRICK HOUSE AND I
JL STOltE, No. 15 Klug str.ct; als i Rooms. Ap
Piv at No. A King street. j ttia?-?*
TO RENT, A VE RY DESI RA BL t? H??SI
In tie upper part of the city, otr Spring
street, near Gadsden's Green. 'This house was
occupied by the Sisters of Mercy, and >s large and
commodious, having alt tue modero improve?
ment. Kent low. Apply it No. 114 U road street,
TENNENT <fc HUME, CONVEYANCERS
OF REAL ESTATE.-The undersized have
this day formed a Special Partneroiilp as CON?
VEYANCERS OF REAL PROPERTY, and win
tunilsn thorough abstracts to all titles they pass
Eich member of the Arm will cou duct the other
branches of his business separately, ts hereto?
fore. * W.U. TENNENT,
Attorney ano iMicityr.
j<n2-mwflmo Lund Su. veyor.
HE~ PARTNERSHIP Ht?k??TOF08B
existing under tl.e name of J. D. AIKEN A
CO., ls ibis dav dissolved nv .nu'ual consent;
J. D. AIKEN win attend to the seulement of the
ifTtlrs ol the late firm, and wlU coutuu1 the
lousiness in his own name. foi-'.viinl
. pS- NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAY
INC claims against thc Estate of the late Mrs
MARGARET JUST, are requested to ren
der them in legally attested, and those Indebted
to the said Estate will make Immediate payment
to S USANN A M. PENINGTON,
rcbl-tvC . Qualified Executrix.
pS- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMER
NORTH POINT, from Baltimore, are hereby notl .
fled that she ls Tnis DAT discharging cargo at
Pier No. 2, Union Wharves. AU-ggwds not taken
away at sunset will remain on Wharf at con?
signees' risk. MORDECAI A- CO., Agent?.
pS-THE SOOTH CAROLINA LOAN
AND TRUST COMPANY.-NOTICE TO STOCK?
HOLDERS.-An election will be held on MONDAY,
6th February, for Eighteen Directors of this
Company, to serve for twelve months. Polls
open at the office, No. 19 Broad street', from 12 M.
to 2 P. M. THOS. R. WARING.
jan30 8 Cashier.
TAX NOTICE. -NOTICE IS HERE?
BY given that the Treasurer of Colleton County
wilt be ready to receive the State and County
Taxes at his office, in Walterboro', February 6th,
until March 22d. After this date" an addition of
twenty per cent, will be charged on all amounts
of taxes remaining unpaid before May o:li, and
arter that date the Treasurer will proceed to col?
lect by distress or otherwise.
Ali real and personal property are charged with
nine mills on the dollar for State, and three mills
on the dollar for County Taxes.
AU taxes payable In this County will be paid in
this oti?ce as above.
Office Conuty Treasurer, Colleton County, S. C.,
Walterboro', January 2T, 1871.
JAMES W. GRACE,
jan30 12 Treasurer.
?S- NOTICE.-ALL BILLS AGAINST
Steamer ST. HELENA must bo presented by the
1st February, at Otllcc. Market Wharf.
jan2S-4 JNO. H. MURRAY. Anent.
par WM. McKAY, AT No.- HO MEET?
ING STREET, will make advances on any and
everything seat to him on consignment.
NEES by British Bark VINCO, are hereby noti?
fied that she has been enterad under the Five Day
ACL All goods not permitted at the expiration of
that period, will be sent to Customhouse Stores.
Jan24_ RAVKNEL Si CO.
^CONTRACT FOR LIGHTING THE
CITY OF ST. JOHN'S, PORTO RICO.-MAYTJR'S
OFFICE, ST. JOHN'-, PORTO RICO, DECEMBER
21ST, 1871.-On the 29th day of March n?xt. 1871,
will be ?flireS at auction, la the City Hall of St.
John's Porto Rico, tho Contract for Lighting the
said City by Gas, for six years, to commeucc on
the 13th of April, 1871, up to the same date of
1877, subject :o the pamphlet of conditions which
will be found at the ofllce of Mr. W. P. HALL,
where they will be exhibited to the persons who
may wish to examine them.
For further Inftrmation, apply to
; W. P. HALL,
Jan27-6_Brown A Co's. Wharf.
ps- TO THE CITIZENS OF CHARLES
TON.-The YOUNG AMERICA STEAM FIRE COM?
PANY would respectfully represent that their pre?
sent financial condition compels them to make
an appeal to your well-known liberality and pub?
After live years' uninterrupted service our appa?
ratus, worn and lnjared by the faithful duty per?
formed, has been sent to the builders for lepalrs.
The pay from the city, having been gteatly re?
duced, ls Inadequate to mee* our current expenses
and ray the debt Incurred by the company ror the
necessary repairs now being made.
The following gentlemen have been appointed
to call on the citizens for donations :
A. W. LEWIN, Vice-president,
P. FINN, J. MCDOUGAL,
GEO. RE LYE A, J. ROSIS,
J. C. MAHER, JAS. QUINN,
M. CAREY, M. KING.
By order or the Company.
R. S. BRUNS, President.
J. S. WEsrutsnor.FF, Secretary.
I cheerrully recommend the appeal or tho above
Company. M. H. NATHAN,
Jan2i_Chler Fire Department.
p?f- AYE R'S CHERRY PECTORAL
the world's great remedy ror Colds, Coughs and
PST GETTING MA RULED -ESSAYS
fir Young Men on Social Evils, aud the propriety
or Impropriety of getting Married, with sanitary
help ror those who reel uutlttea ror matrimonial
happiness. Sent free, ia sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
p3~B ATC HE LOR"S HAIR DYE. -T.' II
S?PERB HAIR DYE ls the best tn the world-per
fectly harmless, reliable and iustaataueou.3. No
disappointment. No ridiculous tin? or unpleas?
ant odor. Thc genuine VT. A. BATCUF.LOR'S HAIR
DYE produces IMMEDIATELY a splendid Black
or Natural lirown. Dues not stain the skin, but
leaves the hair clean, soft an 1 beautiful. The
only safe and Perfect Dye. Sohl by all Drug?
gist?. Factory No. 16 Bo:.d street, New York.
pa-TUE G HEAT MEDICAL WONDER,
DR. HASKELL'S ELECTRIC OIL kills all pain tu
two minutes. Cancers, Bolls, Tetter and Old
Sores, caro l in 48 hours by Da. HASKELL':* CAR?
BOLIC CANCER SALVE. For sale at retail by
G. W. A [MAR, COHEN'S MEDICAL DE
DR. H. BAER, POT,
A. 0. BARBOT, DR. 0. J. LUU.V,
ED. S. BURNHAM, W. T. LITTLE A CO.,
M. H. COLLINS A CO., ALFRED RAOUL, M. D.,
GRAMAN A SCUWAKE, DB. W. A. SKRINE.
E. H. KELLERS, M. ?.,
And at wholesale by DO WIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
sole Agenta ror South Carolina. novli-amosnAw
PS- HEALTn AND LONG LIFE -
Among the many preparations that have been
recommended ror this purpose, none, Ula believed,
has prove? as cQlcaclous as PLANTATION BIT?
TERS. This wondeiftil vegetable tonic appears
tocontaiu all the elements necessary to keep up
thestuminal strength of the system, and to pro?
tect lt from thc damaging effects of vlcicsitudes
or temperature and other unhealthy influences to
which we ar - all more or less exposed. The ex?
traordinary invigorating and regulating proper?
ties ol tlie preparation adapt lt especially to the
condition or the old and feeble, whose lamp or
l?re ls burning low, and requires a nutritious
stimulant to sustain lt.
SEA MO'-S FAItIXE from pure Irish Moss, for
3la:ic Mange, Pud.lnigs, Cu3tar.ls, Cream*, Ac,
Ac. The cheapest, healthiest, and most delicious
food in the world. Ja::"0-mwr3n?c
$33- OUR INVISIBLE ENEMIES.-THE
raw, astringen; atmosphere o' winter creates and
aggravates ni3ny ailments. To protect them?
selves as effectually as pos-lb'.o against the invis?
ible dangers which surrount them at this season,
Bhould i>e tue especial eira of persons constitu?
tionally delicate. As there Ls no medicinal prc
p .Tallou In tue which so thoroughly braces and
Invigorates the s omach, tho liver and the nerves
as IIoST?TTEP.'S BlTrKRS, A course or that
agreeable tonic b particular* advisable Tor dys?
peptic, bilious and ue-vom sufferers, tu tao cold,
damp and trying weather which generally pre?
vails In our climate at tills period of thc year.
Sudden cht?s have a very bad effect upou dys?
peptics and individuals of bilious habits, not un
frequently producing congestion o? the liver or
bowels, or low fevers, sometimes of an intermit
tent or remittent character. Attacks or rheuma?
tism are also to be apprehended, and when there
ls a tendency to that complaint tho Bitters will be
round the best preventive. The operation or the
great vegetable tonic ls ?Urect and simple. It
stimulates and strengthens the d geatlve anti se?
cretive organs and the nerve i, and puts the system
In a condition to resist the action of those formid?
able roes of vitality, a.low temperature and un?
wholesome winds aad fogs. By quickening the
superficial circulation, without c eating anything
approaching to rever, it Imparts tone to the -skin,
and thu3 lenders thc surrace or the body compar?
atively impervious to unhealthy external Influ?
THE REGUL?R MONTHLY COMMUNI?
CATION OF-LANDMARK LODGE, N?. 76, A.
F. M., will be held at Masonic Hall, THIS EVENING,
at half-past 7 o'clock. Members will take dee
notice and govern themselves accordingly. Can?
didates for F. C. Degree will be punctual. By
order or the W. M. T. P. LOWNDES,
p ERMAN FRIENDLY SOCIETY.-THE
\Jf Second Reading or the Arrear List or the
Orman Friendly Society will take place THIS
EVENING, at the Hall or the Freundschaftsbund.
Members In arrears will take notice.
febl_JOHN A. BLUM, Secretary.
PIONEER STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
PANY OF AXMEN.-The Regular Monthly
Meeting of your Company will be held THIS
(Wednesday) EVENING, the 1st Instant, at yonr
Engine House, Market street, at 7 o'clock.
By order.- . J. W. McKENRT,
HOMESTEAD BUILDING AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION.-The Monthly Meeting ol
this Association will be held at Masonic Hall,
Tnis EVENING, 1st February, at half-past 7
o'clock. The dues from stockholders will be re?
ceived during the dav at the Store of Wm. G.
WhlldenACo., No. 29 Havnc street, and at the
Hall In the evening. JOSEPH WHILDEN,
CHARLESTON BOARD OF TRADE.
The Regular Monthly Meeting orthe Board
will be held THIS EVENING, at Half-past 7 o'clock,
at the Hall, Meeting street. A communication
from the National Board of Trade, relative to Tare
on Cotton, will be laid before the meeting.
By order of the President.
febl_A. FOSTER BLACK, Secretary.
CHARLESTON MECHANIC SOCIETY.
The Seventy-Seventh Anniversary Meeting
of the Charleston Mechanic Society will be held at
the Masonic Hall, on MONDAY, tho oth Inseam, at
12 o'clock M. JOSEPH ODY,
tebl-wfm3_Secretary C. M. S.
OFFICE CHARLESTON GASLIGHT
COMPANY, JANUARY 24, 1871.-The An?
nual Meeting o' thc Stockholders of this Company
will be held on MONDAY, 6th Feb-uary, 1871, at 12
o'clock M., at the Hall or the Plauters and Me?
chanics, Bank, East Bay, when a statement or the
affairs of the Company will be submitted, and an
election held ror President and eight Directors to
serve for the ensuing year.
W. J. HERIOT,
lanai_Secretary and Treasurer.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK?
HOLDERS OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA
RAILROAD COMPANY, AND OF THE SOUTH?
WESTERN RAILROAD BANK.-The Anuual
Meeting of the stockholders or the above Institu?
tions will bc held in thc city or Charleston, on
the second TUESDAY lu February next, the 14th
or the month. Place or meeting-Hall of the
Southwestern Railroad Rank, on Broad street.
Huur-ofconvenlUK-ll o'clock A. M.
On the day following, WEDNESDAY, the 15th,
there will be au election held at the same place,
between the hours of 9 A. M. and 3 P.M., for fif?
teen Directors or the Ral'?oad Company, and
thirteen Directors or the Bank. A Committee to
verify Proxies will attend.
. The following addlil'-n to the By-Laws, propos-,
ed at the Special meeting In May last, will come
up for action at this: Article 1st, Section 7th,
shalt be, "Any number ol Siockholdera, not less
than ten, representing live thousand shares shall
Le necessary to require a stock vote ou any ques?
Stockholders will be pacsed as usual over the
Road, to and from the Meeting, free ot charge, In
uccor lance with the resolution or the Convention
Of 1854. J.R. EMERY,
OFFICE SAVANNAH AND CHARLES -
TON RAILROAD COMPANY, CHARLELTON,
JANUARY 18,1870.-The Annual Meeting of the
Stockholders < f this Company will take place in the
city of Char eston on tue SECOND WEDNESDAY OF
FEBROAHY nex% the 8th day of that month. Place
or moe'lng-Hie Hall of the Planters' and Me?
chanics' Bank, East "ay, at 12 o'clock M.
A commutes to verify proxies will be lu attend?
The Transfer Books of the Company will bs
closed from the 19th instant till the 9th proximo.
Janl8-wf7 S. W. FISHER, secretary.
Jietospapcrs, ittugrr?ines, Sit.
High Fami ng Without Manure, E. M. Pendle?
ton; Experiments tvlth Fertilizers, E. B. Smith;
Practical Experience lu Mantlng, S. W. Evans;
Common Sense applied to Farming, Hobkirk; Ex?
perience With Turnips, R, Chlsolm; Is the South a
Stock Coun I ry? D. W. Aiken; Nut Bearing Trees
-of the sou tn; s. B. Bnckiey.
And numerous ^ther urtlcles*and much valua?
Subscription, $2 per annum.
febt Charleston, S. C.
JfttUCTJ ?OO?G, Sit.
A splendid assortment of the following GOODS :
Gold and Silver LACE and ORNAMENTS, suit ible
ror*Masquerade and Fancy Balls. Al?o, Organ?
dies, in all colors, and in Gold arv! Silver: Gold
and .-liver Paper, White and Colored Plumes. A
full line of Ladies' Dress Capj.
MKS. M GALLOWAY,
No. 324 King, opposite liberty street.
^gricnltare, ^oriicnltnre, Sit.
jp 0 M A R I A NURSERIES.
The largest and mest varied collection of FRUIT
TREES, adapled lo our soil and climate, embrac?
ing Applos, Peaches, Nectarines, Apricots, Al?
mond?, Pears, Plums, Cherries, Quinces, from the
earliest to the latest Eagltsh Walnuts, Spanish
Chestnuts, Filberts, Pomegranates, Grapes, all
the best table varieties, Scupperuongs, Straw?
berries, Raspberries, air the* beac kinds, Ever?
greens, including Une Deodar, Ceda? and all the
Uucst for Ornament and for Cemeteries, Orna?
mental Flowering Shrubs, Dahlias, the lluest va?
rieties, Gladiolus and L lies; also, Asparagus
Routs, Horse Radish Roots, Osage Orange Plants
and Macartney Roses for Hedges.
A large collection of Dwarf Pears, of one size,
with Peach and Nectarines, and others of bear
lug size, which wi l prolucu Une Fruit the il rat
season at moderate prices. Can be transplanted
with safety until the lit or March. Orders,
Rerers to Hon. JOHN TOWNSEND, Messrs. WM.
M. LAWTON, ROBERT CniSOLM, J. E. ADGER
A CO. and Messrs. JEFFORDS A 00.
rebl-3 WM. SUMMER, Poniarla, S. C.
tirtmbiT, fud, Sit.
-yyOOD! WOOD! WOOD!
OAK, LIGHTWOOD and PINE, delivered at re?
duced rates. Woou of the best quality always on
hand. WILLIAM SIMMONS,
Woou Yard, Market street,
febl-0*_Between State and East Bay.
L"UMBER, AT WHOLESALE AND RE
ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND QUA LITT.
A rmi stock or WHITE PINE, from y% to 12 inches
tblck, clear and well seasoned.
Mahogany, Walnut, cherry. Birch, Oak. Ash,
Poplar Boards and flanks. Rosewood, Walnut
and Mahogany Veneers, newels, Hamsters, all
kinds or Meutdlnzs, Sallies, Blind-?, Doors, Ac.
The attention otbullders and others ts especial?
ly requested, tiiat we are prepared to faro ls h the
above lu any quantities with such prices that
cumparc favorably with New York rates,
I. H. HALL A CO.,
Comer East Bay and Market streets.
No. 94 CHURCH STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
SAND, Ac., Ac, Ac.
A substitute for Laths and Plaster, at lew than
one-half the cost.
300 boxes best t C. Charcoal TIN
100 ubU Empire Mills Plaster.
E. M. QRrM KE.
$3- Po-tof?ce Box 374. I ?nl5
QUPERIOR COLO ii NE WATER.
Manufactured and fer sale by
Dr. H. BA KR.
, oot< 131 Meeting street.
j^CADEMY ?ft MUSIC.
EXTRAORDINARY SUCCESS !
GREAT ENTHUSIASM !
But Three Nights more of
THE QUEEN STAR OP THE SOUTH
AND THE EMINENT COMEDIAS,
ROSE AND HARRY WATKINS.
A New Grand Domestic Play of Love, Life and
OR.' "PUT YOURSELF IN HER PLACE."
Katy (with songs,) Rose Watkins. Andy Mc?
Mahon, Harry Watkins.
To conclude with a Well-Done Domestic Broil,
IT TAKES TWO TO -QUARREL.
Mr. and Mrs. Hotwanghter.Ross AND HAKRY
GRAND WATKINS MATINEE ON SATURDAY,
HE BEST ON THE ROADI
G. G. GRADY'S
With attractions, In point of merit, far superior
to any ever presented in the Arena.
Nothing hue 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 celebrated PERRY FAMILY, Baby Julia, Miss
. Minnie Perry.
And Mrs. G. GRADY will Introduce at each enter?
tainment her wonderfully educated Blind
Mare, "Lady Wild Fire.?
The MILLER BROTHERS, the renowned Trapeze
performers, 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 Camanehe 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 Me3srs. G. 0. Grady,
Charles Covelll, C. T. Howard and Eugene Marti?
nez, Trick Clown.
This Mammoth Circus will give two of 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 ?arr-past. 2 and 8 P. M.
Admission, 75 cents; Children under io years of
age, 50 cents._Jan30-3
D E L A I D E PHILLIPPS
MISS ADELAIDE PHILLIPS RESPECTFULLY
ONE GRAND CONCERT
NEW GERMAN HALL,
ON WEDNESDAY, EVENING, FEBRUARY L
Assisted by the following Artistes:
MR. J. LEVY, .
* The Greatest Cornet Player in the World.
MR. JULES D. HASLER,
The Eminent Baritone.
MR. EDWARD HOFFMAN,
The Distinguished Pianist and Composer.
?3-Cards of Admission securing reserved seats,
$1 50, to be had at the old stand of ZOGBAUM,
YOUNG A CO., oaand after Monday, January 30,
and at the Hall on the evening of the Concert.
<? GRAND MASQUERADE BALL
Wl? e given on MONDAY, February 13,1871, at
the Academy of Music.
Tickets can bc had from the Committee:
J. H. 0 ET J EN, Chairman. .
F. W. MEYER, C. OTT EN,
W. E. KLEIN, F. HAESLOOP,
J. STEFFENS, C. SCHMETZER,
c. P. GARDNER:
A fine Brass Band will bc In attendance.
Positively no Tickets sold at the door.
FOR SALE, TWO VERY FINF/M?LE?
one very fine Marc, fast In Kingle harness,
Two tine Drays, one Une Buggy, one Light Cover?
ed WHgon. Will be sold low tor cash. Apply to
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO._febl-6
FOR SALE. TWO HOUSES AND THREE
LOTS, on Marris street. For parllculars,
apply to J. H. DAWSON, No. 70 Cannon street.
ALARGE CONSIGNMENT OF GOOD
and free Smoking CIGARS for sole nt $17
per thousaud, at J. MADSEN'S TOBACCO HOUSE,
at No. 103 Meeting street, opposite Charleston
jp ? RU VIAN GUANO.
For sale a lot or A No. 1 Ohlncha Island GUANO,
in store and to arrive. LOUIS Mc LAIN.
Jan4_No. 31 Broad street.
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY
OF CHARLESTON, S. C.
F. J. PORCHER, F. J. PELZER,
DIRECTORS.-W. LEB RY, W. P. HALL, L. D. DE
.SAUSSURE, B. G. P1NCKNEY.
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES are now being
manufactured at their works cn Ashley River,
under L e 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 arc also prepared to manufacture
ACID PHOSPHATE for composting with cotton
This preparation ls highly recommended by
chemists, as wjtft It Planters are enabled to make
their own fertilizers.
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE 19 sold at $55 per
ton, cash, or $30 on time, with Interest at the rate
of one per cent, per month.
The ACID PHOSPHATE 19 sold at $35 per ton,
cash, or $40 ou time, with interest at the rate or
one per cent, per month.
PELZKR. RODGERS A CO., General Agents,
dec3l-4mo3 Brown's Wharf. Charleston, S. C.
THE LATEST STYLES.
Particular attention ls Invited tc Ota NEW,
LARGE AND ELEOANT STOCK OF WATCHES,
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND FANCY GOODS,
suitable for Presents, Just received and opened
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
All the newest and most exquisite designs in
SETS OF PEARL, GARNET. ALL GOLD.
CORAL AND STON?T^
Leontine, Opera, Neck and Vest CHAINS; Seal
Rings, Diamond Rings; Gent's Pins, Pearl and
Diamond; Plain Gold and Wedding Rings always
on hand or made to order; Sleeve Buttons and
Studs, Bracelets, Brooches and Earrings; Armlets
and Necklaces, In Gold and Coral; Brooches for
Hair or Miniatures, Lockets, Charm) and Masonic
Pms, Glove Bands, at
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET,
A few doors above Wentworth street.
J^R. BING'S PILE REMEDY.
For sale by DE.H. BABB*
3 CSrocerie?, ??TOOTS, Sit.
XTEW ORLEANS SUGAR AND~MO
IT ' 'LASSES.
60 hogsheads Fair.and Prime New Orleans
385 barrels Prime New Orleans Molasses.
Just arrived per Brig Margaret.
For sale by T. TUPPER A SONS.
QORN ANDOATS LANDING!
2500 bustielfr'Cftbtce Milling CORN
2000 bushela-Prlme Oats.
Per Schooner Palma. For sale by
febl-2 JOHN CAMPSEN k CO.
JJISCUITS., CAKES, Ac.
21 bbls. and boxes consisting of SODA AND
CREAM BISCUITS, GINGER 8NAPS and CAKES,
direct from the Bakery In Baltimore, for sale
by J. N. ROBSON,
febl-lDAC_Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
1 8 - THE - 7 1
M CHAMPION HAM"
is considered the best ever introducen in this city.
This is the opinion of all who have tried them.
! > warranted-ir they do not prove what is claim
cd ' >r them, the money will-be refunded.
ls cared expressly for the undersigned, and no
expense bas been spared to make them superior
to all other Hams.
are pat np In thia glazed canvass, and rna from
eight to twelve pounds each. We- Invite every?
body to try
cured expressly for
EVERT E. BEDFO'RD,
jonii_No. 275 King street.
JJ I A M O N D H A M S .
BONELESS BREAKFAST STRIPS.
CHOICE SMOKED BEEF.
SMOKED BEEF TONGUES.
For sale by -
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
Late Wm. S. Corwin k Co.,
janll_No. 275 King street.
?\ U BA MOLASSES.
loo hhds. Sweet and Bright Coba MOLASSES
100 bbls Sweet and Bright Coba Molasses.
For sale by J. A. EN3LOW A CO.,
Jan31-tawf3_ No. 141 East Bay.
?J^-EW ORLEANS MOLASSES.
100 bbls. Choice New Orleans MOLASSES.
For .sale by J. A. ENSLOW A CO,,
Jan3l-tawf3_No. 141 East Bay.
1000 bushels PRIME WHITE CORN, In Store.
5000 bushels Prime White Cora, to arrive.
For sale by T. TUPPER k SONS. ?
QORN, OATS AND FLOUR.
3000 bushels Prime White CORN
4000 bushels Prime Maryland Oats, la bulk and
oso barrels Flour.
Landing from schooner Ida Richardson.
For sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
CORNER- SOjTfflTY AND ANSON STREETS.
invites the citizens of Charleston to aa inspection
of lils stock or Groceries, as he
to show the people that l e has the finest assort?
ment or goods la his Une, which cannot fall to
' EVERY ONE
as to quality and cheapness. Hts loa? connection
with tue Grocery trade enables him
guarantee all goods purchased at his establish?
ment; and he will
to convlace the most fastidious that no grocery
house la Charleston can surpass
in the excellence of the goods which he offers.
He has Just received an invoice of that
direct, also large additions have been made to all
anieles in bis line;
solicits the attention of all in want of cheap Gro?
ceries to his well selected stock. He
all who are in need of first-class commodities
to give him a call, as
appreciative public will not fall to patronize an
establishment of merit when the articles submit?
are as represented. Owing to the redaction In
goods, and consignments by every steamer,
ne ls enabled to fill ah orders at short notice,
patrons will have their parchases delivered at
railroad or steamer rr.ee of charge. All of his ar?
ticles are .
NEW < . .
and fresh, and will be round as warranted, which
are the sure
or his success, *
JpRIZE SEED RICE.
For sale 7000 bushels oi the PRIZE SEED RICE.
JAMES E. PRINGLE k SON,
Factors ac! commission Merchants,
janlS-wrmlQ No. d Adger's Nprth Wharf.
nuo sacks Liverpool SALT. Landing from Ship
Muscoogus. For sale by
Janl3 _T.J. KERR A CO.
J^IYERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
4000 sacks Liverpool SALT,
Jost received per bark Vinco, and for sale In
lots to suit purchasers by
ROBERT MURE k CO.,
A Large Lot of
NEW HYSONS, SOUCHONGS AND OOLONGS,
Taken oat or boad after the redaction or the
tariff. JOHN HURKAMP k 00.
rjWJSSES, SUPPORTERS, ?c.
Just received, a large assortment, and for sali at
DR. H. BAER'iT
Janis Drug btore.