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SEWS OF TMJS I>?Y.
%g - - ^SS*
-Gold ctosed lu New Turk;- yesterday, at
lisant*, if - jw j
-Cotton dosed dull; uplands Byjfc cents; sales
2500 bales." ? i&p
-In Uvr&otK on the evening of thesd, cotton
elosed dull and with a downward- tendency; up
land? t\0, Orleans sd; sates 8000 bales. _
-Lisa w.?ber?a blondes aire easnarins^nsceptl
ble Nash vi llians.
-The reason a Rlohmond woman wants a di
Yoree, is because she has not seen her husband
alnce he murdered her father.
-John and Cora Thompson, or Indianapolis,
were divorced, but John would follow Cora
aroa od entreating ?o be reinstated. She didn't like
this, and plainly indicated it by shooting him. No
-An effort ls being made to displace the long
established hoop skirt. A gored haircloth skirt
stiffened with hair cords running horizontally
around the garment, and enlarged at the bottom
with several haircloth flounces, ls expected to
take Its place.
-Immense chignons and heavy padded false
chatelaine braids, looking like a burden upon the
head of the wearer, are rapidly disappearing. Our
mest fashionable belies now braid or plait their
own natural tresses in two long braids, which are
looped to the back part ol the head.
-There ls someth'ng, after all, a little disreput?
able lu parody and burlesque. There ls a small
nursery song beginning, "Mary had a little lamb,'*
written by somebody to as unknown. For years
it has been repeated by mothers to their children,
and repeated back In loping accents by the chil?
dren themselves. In many a mind it is associat?
ed with tender memories of those wno were too
early lost. But the parody-writers have got hold
of the ditty, and are twisting and turning it into
an manner or laughable aud ridiculous shapes. ? t
Mr. Nast bas come to their assistance with a lot
of caricatures at which, In spite of himself, one
cannot helpttaughlng; and the ruin of the pretty
llttlesong is complete. This is one of the results
of the rage for the comic which marks the pre
sent time, and which has declared a laughing
war against all that is serious. We do not com
plain; we only wonder.
-The New York correspondent of the Plilladei
phla Ledger writes- om. Monday as fallows: "It ls
to the credit of th? German"l?puUitlon here, and
especially that, numerous and influential class
who do business down tu wu, that "they have ab
stained from 'all formal and publte^exultatton
over the surrender of Paris,' though under the
-circumstances, perhaps, they:might be pardoned
something <>r the,.kind. Toe North Gejmiau steam?
ers at Uobokeu have "their flags nylngliijjunoi- of
the event, it Ja true, bat .apart from that there is
nothing in the way of outward jubilation to at?
tract attention. On the contrary, when it wis
proposed on 'Change, this morning, that a steam
ship should be immediately dispatched to Havre,
with a cargo or provisions for the inhabitants or
Paris, lt ls said th a more than one'German mer
chant came forward and offered to contribute,
No class of the community have been quicker to
mark this praiseworthy- disposition than our
adopted citizens or French extraction, and- as
might be supposed, the effect ls a mutual feeling
or kindly regard, lu place of the suppressed hos?
tility that existed between the two na tonalities
-A Savannah gentleman, writing from Flor?
ence, says : "The price of busts or the fluesi exe?
cution is from $500 to $750. It will cost fi ?ty dol?
lars more to deliver them in perfect condition m
Savannah. Mr. Powera's charges are higher, bat
ne has so much to do that last year he woad
take n? orders for busts. He uses, besides, only
'Clay brought from the State of Alabama. He
says lt Is the best in the world, smoother for
moulding, and of a color that la working- does
not Injure the eyes. On entering Powers's studio,
one ls, of course, ueeply interested In hi* wonder?
ful productions, bot not less so in the man him?
self, whose whole manner and appearance indi?
cate genius. He ls extremely polite to stin?
gers, and explains with a peculiar charm tho cir?
cumstances and design of par tcular works. At?
tached to some six or chrht busts tn his studio, or
persons from different Srates of the North, are
oarus with tire names and prto s, and a state?
ment that they have been ordered and never paid
for. Mr. Powers says he has beeu forced to take
this means of protecting himself against those
who would gratify their vanity by giving an order
for a bust and never paying for it"
-The telegraph meagrely announces the burn?
ing or the coolie ship Unca wah. In the Chi. a seas,
In October List. Late rare. un papers give the ter?
rible details. The* Uacawah sailed October 13
from Hiagao for C?Hao, with Uve hundred and
thlrty-swen coolies on board. ? htn eight days
out, they rose and -refusing to go below^rter ex?
ercise on deck, a severe battle ensued; between
them and the crew, rn which the' carpenter and
steward were killed ahd-several sailors ,wounded.
.At last the Chinese were driven below, when they
-set dre to the ship, and .the crew tang fright
got out a beat, and the cantutn was obliged to
jump overboard and swim., arter them. They
pul ed Ave days, tMf they"reaoneiT the Great Natu
nas Island, whence they were anon taken off.
The British s ilp Juanpore, on the evening of the
mutiny, approach* d the burning- ship and.plcked
up a boat manned by twenty Ove Chinese and a
Greek sailor, wno tthl the terrible story- Next
-day she cruised near the burning ship, picked up
Trompieces of wreck, .tc, 112 ihe survivors,
which she brought to ABjer. The remainder of
the coolies doubtless cerl-hed in the destruction
they caused. The ringleader or the mutiny, and
the mari who set Ore to the ship, were put In
irons on board the Juanpore.- The Greek ls sus
peded of, having been In collusion with thc mu tl
neers. j j
-New York journalism bas just won anotherof
it3 peculiar triumph?. -A leading newspaper of
tbe metropts, feeling that the Pone ls not already
sorely enough tried, sent one of its most servile
lackeys to interview his Holiness, and spread bis
views before one hundred and seventy-five mil?
lion Catholic believers. Thc fellow entered on his
work with zeal, anti is so well satisfied with.his
acblevemeut that he t-igns his name in full to the
production, which tills au entire page in the paper.
The CT-t column if devoted to the usual putr of the
paper's enterprise, and the reporter's peculiar fit?
ness fur the mission, the second to thc Journey to
Rome, the third to Dr. O'Callagan, the fourth
and fifth to Monslgnore Nardi, and the Blxth to
Che Pope himself. Tho fellow, who had been
crawling on his knees before every ecclesiastic
that he had met, "genuflected on one knee" be?
fore the Pontiff and kissed his band. Tals oseu
latory salute failed to unseal the Pope's Ups, for
he entrusted the reporter with nothing but the
most stale and ordluary facts. The Holy Father
shows In the conversation an active sense that he
was being bored, but when he declined to say
anything about the "modus vivendi" batwoen
himself and the King, and the prospects or his
own departure from Rome, the impression left
on the reporter was not that he had been snubbed
as an impudent intruder, hut something mach
more satisfactory to himself.
John Bull In a Bad Way.
England is in a sad strait, if Blackwoods
Magazine for January is to be believed: In
the memory of living man, says a writer in
that periodical, the British army was never
so discontented or disjointed as it is now.
Regiment^ officers complain-and they have
just right to do so-that they are held up in
Parliament, it* private society, and through
the press as habitually neglectful of their
duty. They do nothing, it is said, that
they can possibly help, and the little that
they are compelled to do they do grudging?
ly. If U>?3 were true to the letter, which it
is not. could any one tn surprised? It
seems to be the great object of those in
authority to sever us much" as possible all
connection between the officer and the man,
except on formal parades. The captain of
a company is nobody. He can neither re?
ward nor punish a maD, be he ever so de?
serving of reward or punishment He is
more of a cypher than the youngest ensign
used to be half a century ago. So, also,
Lae officer in command of a regiment is
hampered and restrained on -every side, till
there is induced on his part a disposition to
let things take their course; on the part of
the non-commissioned officers and privates,*
the habit of carping at everything that is
done or proposed. It was thus that in the
French army began that spirit of insubordi?
nation which cached its climax in the year
that is passing, and showed itself in the dis?
graceful routs of Woerth and Sedan. Mean?
while, in higher places, with all the anxiety
manifested to centralize power, there are
mutual jealou^es, offieial distrusts, personal
antipathies, which, were tue pressure of
sudden war to come upon the country, would
make shipwreck of the whole machine.
What is the use, says Blackwood, within
little more "than a month of the meeting ol"
Parliament, of disguising the truth? Th?
new control system, autl all the officials
connected with it, are hated by the en?
tire combatant portion of the army.
The control, from the chief down?
wards, is furious at ibis, and hates the com?
batant portion of the anny in return. The
lield-marshal commanding-in-chief bas be?
come an anomaly, with whom no human be?
ing appears to know bow to deal. As to the
militia aud the volunteers-where is their
jrgauization ? where is their discipline^
ivberc their couh'ndence in tho authority
inder which they exist? where their zeal in
he service ? Positively the military ele
nent is nowhere; for the men who carry
inns are universally dissatisfied, und they
vhose business it is to keep them in good
?eart harass and annoy them in every cou
?eivable way. As to the stores whether of
trmsor ammunition-the appliances for pat?
ing an army in the Held and the menus of
and transport-the artillery, both for the
ortrees and the field-they ure nowhere.
Such are the representations ufan important
>rgan of the party ia England. The profes?
ional organ; Thc Army and Navy Gazelle,
.shudders" as it thiuks. of the unprotected
tature of tbe eastern eoasts of England.
Captain Tulloch lately showed that it would
ie quito easy to establish a base of opera
ions in the Blackwater Rive/, "ouly tuirty
'six miles hi a direct line from the cea'tre of
Thc Favll in Priv?e.
The Kew York Baily Bulletin has an in
erestiog article upon the effect on prices,
)roduced by the announcement of tile fall of
Paris. lu its issue of Tuesday it says:
"Contrary to expectation, the news of capit?
ulation of the French capital bas been received
ty the commercial community of this city,
ikely to be effected directly or Indirectly
.hereby, in a very calm manner; and In
icarcely any article ot merchandise do we find
tay unusual amount of excitement, or the
sudden increase of values predicted^ Indeed,
n some cases the cost of goods has actually
lecllned, and, to our certain knowledge, ship?
pers who were supposed to be oa the lookout
;or Invoices te be Bent abroad, such as provi?
sions? ?c., have been selliug out supplies al?
ready secured. The truth ls, the surrender of
Paris has been a foregone conclusiou for many
flays past, and the effect in most cases un?
doubtedly Hilly dlscouuted, while it ls also
belter known that Immense stores of goods
are already accumulated at various points in
Europe, which must be distributed belora
fresh orders are likely to come lo hand.
Provisions were thought to be a sure trump;
but aside from a little call lor bacon, at former
rates, and. two or linee sales ol prime mess
pork, at fencer prices, lhere was no demand,
except the usual speculative movement in
mess'pork at the end ot the month, and lard
was not only lower, but closed decidedly
heavy. Breadstuff* were a little steamy, but the
confidence was almost entirely on the side of'
sellers, and the amount of business really ac?
complished was not very large. Da cotton,
however, the course of the market was mo6t
nrprising, even to the most persistent 'bears,'
the position showing-no strength, and closing
with sales almdst impossible, except at a de?
cline, and the trade generally 6lmply aston?
ished at the continued magnitude ol the re?
ceipts at the ports, Hie aggregate to-day reach?
ing about 36,000 bales. On coffee and sugar
holders were ? little more confident in vfew of
small stocks at present available, and the
probability that Europe will soon cull for in?
creased supplies.. A little" time may change
Hie position or affairs In some Instances, but
?peculators for a rise have certainly not met
with the success anticipated Immediately upon
peace in- Europe becoming pretty well as?
? Religious Permeation. $
* > ?Fr V
Thirty-five Protestant clergymen of Brot?k
lyn uniter'in abolition for tho removal of
.Collector Murphy, of New York. They make
ttfe application as clergymen, alleging noth?
ing against the political or social integrity
of the present incumbent. Their own char?
acter is no* in question, but every libera 1
minded man will be inclined to join with
the New York. Evening Post ia denouncing
what is unquestionably, upon the face of it,
an attack upon the religion of Mr. Murphy:
"Suppose thirty-five Roman Catholi? priests,
speaking as priests, demanded of the Presi?
dent that he should appoiqt Some other man '.
What outcries should we not hear about 'priest?
ly assumption and arrogance,' about 'danger?
ous Interlerence ol priests with political affairs,'
about the 'perils of liberty,' and so on. But
have not the signers of this petition put them?
selves out of court by their !blunder ? How
can they, or those who support them in using
their professional standing as ministers of re?
ligion to further a political aim, complain here?
after of the Roman Catholic 'Influence in our
"As citizens, they have precisely the same
rights as other citizens ; but even as citizens,
the manner of their interference would have
been an Indecorous proceeding towards the
President. We have a right to be shocked that
thirty respectable Protestant clergymen should
have committed so grave an offence against
right and propriety."
Such a proceeding is unpardonable in this
'land of religious freedom. It is the foster?
ing of a spirit which, if suffered to go on,
will ultimately divide tho country into two
great religious parties, and perhaps involv?
itrio that most virulent of ail conflicts, a re?
A MEETING was held recently in Richmond,
Virginia, having for its purpose the encour?
agement of immigration to that State.
Severul members of the Legislature were
present, who favored the propriety of intro?
ducing a bill before that body embodying
the views'of the meeting and the sugges?
tions that had been made. The principal
plan proposed for inducing immigration was
that the Legislature should authorize the
railroad companies of the State to purchase
land on either skle the lines of their road, to
be offered to immigrants at a price so low as
to induce them to purchase and settle. In
South Carolina the railroad companies them?
selves might do something in this direction.
piHARLESTON TYPOGRAPHICAL. SO
KJ CIETY.-The Regular Monthly Meeting of I
your Society will be holden Tn is EVENING, the 4th
Instant, at 7>? o'clock, over thc Store of Mr. J. H.
V?llers, northeast corner of Beaufaln am St.
By order. J. D. PARRY,
SANS SOUCI CHARADE CLU?.-MEM?
BERS will attend the Scmt-Monthly Meeting,
THis(Saturdav) EVSNINO. at. 6 P. M.
jun4-? w. o. WARNER, M. P.. Secretary.
DAN LODGE, No. 93, I. O. B. B.
The Regular Mcetlnu will be held at the
usual time aucl place. PHILIP WIN BMA Sf,
ME. GRAND ROYAL ARCH CHAP
. TER OF SOUTH CAIIOLINA.-The Annual
ta .UH Convocation will be holden in the City of
Ch-rlestou, Deo volentc, In Mhuuic flail, ac 12
merlillau, on TOESIUY. thc 14th day of Kebruary,
A. L. '2401, A. IT. 1871. Members and Grand Offi?
cers, and Delegates from subordinate Chapters,
are requested to attend punctually and generally,
for the consideration of important business and
the Election of Grand Officers for tUc Masonic
year ensuing. With their characicrl-tlc Uuera'lty
the dur?rent Railroad Companies have granted to
the Grand Officers find Dcb gutes the privilege of
passing and repasting over their roads for one
fare. Tue full fire will ba patti at tao placo of
starting. ' On nil railroads, except the South
Carolina Kailroad^Unj Grand uniccrs und Dele*
gutes will bc permitted rb return from thc con.
vocation free on Ute production ot (ha certificate
of thu Grand .Secretary. On tuc South c irollna
Railroad, lieturti Tickets will ho furnished by the
Conductors to the Grand Officers and Delegates,
which will enable them to repites free or charge.
By order of ilie M. H. G H. P., Companion M.
Mo-KS. AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE,
febi-s2 Grand Socrerarr.
Ililli GENTLEMEN ACTING AS A SPE
. C1AL COMMITTEE for the Monu neiitnl Fair
win please mee: the Ladies holding Table* at ihe
Widows' Home Broad htreet, ou MONDAY, Febru?
ary 6, at 8 o'clock._fei)3
OFFICE CHARLESTON GASLIGHT
COMPANY. JANUARY 24, 187L-The An
nu il Mt'Ctiiig of the Stockholders of tilla (.'oinpanv
win bc held ou MONDAY. 6th Feb uary, 1871, ar-12
o'clock M., at thc Hull of Hie P unier* and Me?
chanics, B.ink, East Bay, when a statement or thc
affaira of the Company will he submitted, and an.
election held for President and eight Directors to
serve fur the eusuiug year.
W. J. HERIOT,
lan?o Secreiary and Treasurer.
WANTED, A M A ID -SE it VANT. AP?
PLY at once to PORCH Eil A UEN'itY,
South Ailinn^ Wharf._M il-1?
WANTED TO HIRE OUT A HAZEL?
TON BROTHERS PIANO, In One tone and
good order. Apply at this Pince._M>3
ALADY, EXPERIENCED IN MUSIC
TKAUHINU, wishes some other scholars
Fifty cents a Lesson. Address 'JC.Y,"' DULY
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO DO
plalu Cooking and Chamber work P>r a
family. Iuqulreat No. ?4 King street, one door
below Bruad. Jati25
AYOUNG LADY IS DESIROUS OF
obtaining a situai lou as companion or
housekeeper to au Invalid or elderly UUv, either
In Hie city ur counn-y. SiUary not ?? much ol' an
object us a comfortable home. Address M. 7..,
DAILY NEWS Office. Jan24
?cst and Jonnc.
LOST, THIS MORNING, A PACKAGE
of silt - PAPERS, belonging io the Hark
Sett A?uttablo reward witt oe paid ir len ut
this ?unce. D. JENNINGS, N'o. IS Broad street.
17<OR ii A LE, A NUMBER ONE COW,
J? willi rounxCair, I Uue, SPRINGER, 1 Hue
huge working MULE, and I HORSE and CA UT.
Iit?|Ulfc at Ni?. 5-J Mate street. fvlil-^inwa?
ALOT OK ABOUT TWENTY HEAD OK
COWS. CALVES ANO BEEK C iTTLE. good
stock. Can nt* purchased very low ii early appli?
cation be made to D. P. FOG LE, Kort Motte, Sou: h
Carolina Railroad. I'eb4-l|i?c
HOUSES AND MULES JUST RECEIVED
on consignment nt WILSON'S ?TABLES,
Ko. 118 Meeting SN cet. opposite Board of Trude.
Oin' car IOHM of c&eap Work II -wes, and rn-: car
load of t?nia1l Plantation Mules-all of winch ls
ordered to bu soul regardless ol' cost. Call at
ot.ee If you want a bargaiu. A. WILSON.
FOR SALE. A COW AND CALF. AP?
PLY at Nu. 18 Judith street, at 8 o'clock lo?
uie morning, or ut 3 P. ts. fobs
I^OR SALK.-JUST ARRIVED WITH A
lot of HOUSES AND MULES, amangal them
fourteen head of good Plantation M.ires. P.
WEST Que ii street. feb2-3*
FOR SALE. TWO VERY FINE MULES,
one very line Mare, rust lu Hnj?ie barucas,
Two fine Drays, one tine Buggy, one Light Cover
eil Wagon. WU: be andi low for caati. Apply to
CAMERON, BARKLEY ,fc CO. febl-6
EE\iOVAL -DR. WM. C. U?RLBECK
has removed his Office una Kcsldeme to
No. 213 Meeting street, oue door, south or Calhoun
PRIVATE BOARDING AT MRS. W. S.
FRAZER'S, Ko. 4 Hudson street
WILSON-PRATrif-OnjHie evening # tl
January, by the Ret. W?fi. Adatas, at/thi
dence or the bride-? -fatger, JAMBS T^'WILS
MART E., only daughter of George L. and
M. Pratt, or this city.
?&* NOTICE.-A?L PERSONS j
'INO claims against the Est?te of. the
GEORGE H. HOPPO?K will, present the
duly attested, to P. GADSDEN HASELL,
Accommodation Wharf, and all persons Ind
to said Estate will make payment to him,
CAMPBELL & SEABROOK, No. 50 Broad str
??~A CARD.-THE S?BSCRI
respectfully informs. his friends and the j
that he has opened a PIANOFORTE AND hi
STORE at t ive old stand of Zogbaum, Young
Mr. HENRY YOUNG will attead promptly
orders for Taning and Repairing as usual.
CHARLES L. McCLENAHA?
reb3-2 _ No. 101 King stn
2?&* MULTITUDES OP PEOPLE
QUIRE an alterative, to restore the healthy a
of their systems and correct the d?ranger
that creep into lt. Sarsaparillas were used
valued, until several Impositions were palm'
upon the public under this name. AYER'S :
SAPARILLA is no Imposition. feb3-fmjv3 D
. ^-CITY APPRAISER'S OFFICE, C
HALL, CHARLESTON, S. C., FEBRUAR1
1871.-Owners of Real Estate who regord
propel ly over-assessed, may appeal to the ?
of Equalization for a reduction of the s
Written communications, stating location
description of property, must he addressed ti
"BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,'" and leit at
office. P. J. COOGAN, City Apprais
?3r WM. McKAY, AT No.- 140 ME
INC STREET, will make advances on any
everything sent to Mm on consignment.
^THE SOUTH CAROLINA LO
AND TRUST COMPANY.-NOTICE T? ST(
HOLDER'S.-An election will be held on MONI
oth February, for Eighteen Blrectors of
Company, tb serve for twelve months. I
open at the omeo, No. io Broad street, froml
to 2 Pr M. ., THOS. R. WARING.
p?T TAX NOTICE.-NOTICE IS HE]
BY given that the Treasurer of Colleton Coe
will ne ready io receive the State and Cou
Taxes at his ottlce, In Waltsrboro', February
until March 22d. After this date an addltld
twenty percent, will be charged on all arnot
-of taxes remaining unpaid before May et ii.
after that date the Treasurer will'proceed to
lect by distress or otherwise.
Al! real and personal property are charged \
nine mills on thc dollar for State, and three u
on the dollar for County Taxes.
All taxes payable In this County will be pah
this othce as above.
.nico County Treasurer, Colleton County, S.
Walterboro', January 27,1871.
JAMES W. GRACE,
?aT TO THE CITIZENS OF CHARL]
TON.-The YOUNG AMERICA STEAM FIRE C(
PA NY would rcspectrully represent that their j
sent financial condition; compels them to mi
an appeal to your well-knownjloerallty and p
After Ave years' uninterrupted service our ap]
ratus, worn and injured by the faithful duly p
termed, ?is been sent to the builders for ? epa;
The pay from tho city, having been greatly
doced, ls Inadequate to meet our current expem
and ya j tuc debt Incurred by the company fort
necessary repairs now being made.
The following gentleman have been appoint
to call ou 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. KINO.
By order or thc Company.
It. S. BRUNS, President
J..S. WESTBNDORFF, secretary.
I clieerrully recommebd tba appeal or the abo
Company. . M. H. NATHAN,
Juna?_Chlet Fire Department.
?St* OFFICE OF THE SOUTH CAR<
LINA CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPAS'
CHARLESTON, S. C., 11TII JANUARY, 1871.-Tl
Seventh Instalment of FIVE DOLLARS per Sha
will be payable on 15th February proximo.
In Charleston, at Hie Onice of thc pompan
No. lauread street.
lu Sumter, to Major JOSEPH JOHNSON.
In Manning, to Dr. G. ALLEN HUGGINS.
Jnn!l-s5 WM. H. PEHONNKAU, Treasurer.
?Sr FOR MOTH PATCHES
Freckles au.l Tan, uso PERRY'S MOTH AN
FRECKLE LOTION. The only reliable and barn
less rem-'dy known to science Tor re.-uovln
brown discolorations from the Face. Prepart
tnly by Dr. B. C. PERRY, No. 49 Bund stree
New York. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Who!
sale by DO WIK, MOISE A DAVIS, Charleston, I
z?r> FOR COUGHS, BRONCHITIS AN1
Coasiimpiion,[iii Its eat Heat stages, nothing equal
Dr. PIEUCE'S ALT. EXi'. OR (?OLDEN MEDICA
DISCOVERY. It is also a great blood purl tier au
strength restorer or tonic, and ?or "Liver Coir
plaint" and Costive Conditions ol the Bowels!
has no equal. All Scrofulous and skin disease.1
as Pimples, Blotches, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas an
Eruptions, yield to IIB wonderful curative prc
pertles. SOId by Dr?gglsts. feui-i iistuanao
^SOONKR OK LATE?, A NEGLEC
TED cold wi.I develop a constant Cough, Short
ness of Brest h, Failing Strength and Wast lug o
Flesh-tho avaut couriers pr Consumption, li
sume Instances thc same cause will produce Bron
chills, a disease or thc branches or the windpipe
lu ail atfectlons or the Pulmonary organs, as wei
os la Bronchial complaints, JAYNE'S EXPEU ro
RANT ls both a palliative ami a curative, as thi
testimony or thousands, and Its world wide repu
tation ai tests-while In Cimgns and Colds lt acti
speedily, and when tak? najcnrdiug to directions,
promptly removes them. Why not give this stau
dard ?vmedy au Immediate trial? Sold by al
Druggists, and by GOODRICH, WISEMAN A CO.
Charleston, S. C. fet?2-thstu3
JSF* PIMPLES ON THE FACE.-FOE
Comedones, Rl.ick worms or Grubs. Pimply Erup?
tions aud blotched .'isihjurations oq thc Face, use
PERRY'S COME DUNE AND PIMPLE REMEDY,
Depot No. 49 Bond btreet, New York. Sold by
Druggists everywhere. Wholesale" by DOWIE,
MOISE A DAVIS, Charleston, s. c.
j?* GETTING MARRIED --ESSAYS
for Young Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
or Impropriety or getting Marm d, with sanitary
help for those who feel uuUuen tor matrimonial
hupplneas. Sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress tlowar.l Association, li >x P, Philadelphia,
BATCHELORS II AI lt DYE.-THIS
SUPERB HAIR DYE ls the best tn the world-per?
fectly harmless, reliable and Instan'aneohs. No
disappointment. No ridiculous Hut*or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine W. A. UATCIIELOR'811ALK
.DYE produces IMMEDIATELY a splendid Bh;ck
or Natural Brown. Does not slain the skin, but
leaves the hair elem, soft and beautiful. The
only Safe and perfect Dye. Spld hy all Drug?
gists. Factory No. 16 Bo: d street, New York.
.aa-THE GREAT MEDICAL WONDER,
DE, HASKELL'S ELECTRIC Ol'.. K Us all pain ia
two minutes. Cancers, Bolls, Tetter and Old
Sores, cured in 48 hours by DR, HASKELL'S CAR?
BOLIC CANCER SALVE. For sale nt retail by
G. W. Ai M AK, COHEN'S MEDICAL DE
DR. H. BABB, POT,
A. O. BARBOT, DR. G. J. LCHX,
BD. S. BURNHAM, W. T. LI TTLE Jr CO.,
M. H. COLLINS A 00., ALFRED RAOUL, M. D.,
GRAMAN t SCHWAKE, DR. W. A. SK RI NE.
E. H. KELLERS, M. ?.,
And at wholesale by DOWT& MOISE 4 DAVIS.
?Ole Agents :or South Carolina uovli-3mosD4w
B^?llL MARINERS CHURCH ^IL^rJ
ba&panior Dlvins?Bervlce every S^?BBATI^??ORK
iNG,^ntUf-pasi?Vclo%x, corneroY Church arid
Water streets. Services by tbe Rev. W. B. YATES,
^.DIVINE SERVICE WILL fi?TC???:"
DUCTED ID the Orphans' Chapel on SABBATH
ATTBPWOON, at half-past 3 o'clock, by the Kev. ?.
?S- TRINITY CHURCH.-B IS H O P
WILLIAM M. WIGHTMAN will preach TOMOR
BOW MORNING, at half-past 10 o'clock, and Rev. J.
M. CAR LISE. Pastor, at night, at half-past 7
o'clock. Sunday-School "fij the afternoon at
quarter, past 3 o-clock. " . ' Jan4-*
THE REV. DR. LOOMIS, COR?
RESPONDING SBORETARY of the A. S. F. So?
ciety, will deliver a Discourse' at the Circular
Church, in the MORNING, At half-past 10 o'clock.
Subject, "The Mission of Commerce;" and -in the
EVENING, athalf-paat 7, at the Central Presby?
terian Church, Dr. Dana's. Subject, "The Daugh
ter of Tyre."_febt
39* UNITARIAN OflURCH.-DIVINE
SERVICE will be held In this Church, TOMORROW
M9RNING, at half-past 10 o'clock, and In the EVE?
NING, ata quarter-past 7 o'clock, the Rev. R. P.
CUTLER officiating. All strangers are cordially
invited to attend. Subject for. the evening dis?
course : "The Forbidden Fruit and-the Original
Sin.? . febi
THE RESIDENCE ON RUTLEDGE
AVENUE, advertised for sale last Thursday, by
W. Y. LEITCH k R. S. BRUNS, Auctioneers, was
not-sold on account.of the Inclemency of the
weather. It will be offered on TUESDAY next, 7 th
Instant, at the Old Exchange, at ll o'clock, un?
less previously disposed of at Private Sale.
^SUGGESTIONS FOR THE SEASON.
Thousands regard the winter as a season of trials;
and .the truth ls, that ir there is a weak point in
the system, winter is pretty sure to And lt out.
Constitutional tendencies lo disease are generalty
aggravated by damp and cold. (Rheumatism
sometimes Iles perdu all the summer and fall, to
pounce upon Its victims In the season of cold.)
As a means of fortifying the body against all the
diseases which prevail most extensively In winter
HOSTETER'S STOMACH BITTERS cannot be too
?urgently recommended. There would be fewer
cases pf the pu! mu nary complaints tending to
consumption, If all feeble systems were invigorat?
ed 'during rhu sea-on with a cmrse of this Inesti?
mable vegetable tonic and alterative. Constipa?
tion, Indigestion, torpidity of the liver, and a gen?
eral frlugglshness of the secretive organs, very
gencrallv prevail at this period of the year. To
all these ailments experience (the most trust?
worthy of all mentors) teaches, us that the BIT?
TERS is a reliable remedy. Warm clothing ls a
good external defence against atmospheric cold
and moisture, but vigorous activity in the vital
organization which generates heat and delivers lt
xo thu surface, ts also essential to health, and this
activity ls secured through the operation of the
BITTERS. The skin sympathizes with the
stomach, and If digestion ta regular And perfect,
the exterior circulation will be brisk, and damp
and cold may be encountered with comparative
TO RENT, TWO ROOMS IN A COM?
MODIOUS residence In tue western part of
Hie city. 'Apply nt Tag NEWS office. febi-i*
TO RENT, A TWO AND A HALF
STORY ' BRICK .JMU.SE. No. 4 Trumbo's
Court. Good water and other accommodations
on tho premises. Apply nt Na l Hay ne street.
TO RENT, AVERY DESIRABLE HOUSE
lu the upper part of thc city, off Spring
street, near Gadsden's Green. This house was
occupied by the Sisters of Mercy, and is large aud
commodious, having all the modern Improve?
ment. Beat low. Apply at No. 114 Broad street,
jr^ UMBER! LUMBER!
Lumber otall sises aud ..escrlptions, sawc 1 and
delivered at Charleston, or any point on thc South
Carolina Railroad. Ordt-ra addressed to
TUOS-. s. imOWNING,
jftitfO-th?tttlm* 2'PStation. S. C. Railroad.
LUMBER, AT WHOLESALE AND RE?
ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND QUALITY.
A full stock of WHITE PINE, from ? tu 12 lnchc3
tl lek, clear and well seasoned.
Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry, Birch, Oak, Ash,
Poplar Boards and Plauks, Rosewood, Walnut
?ind Mahogany* Veneers. Neweis, Ba asters, all
kinds ol Mu?idme*, Sashes, Blind?, Doors, Ac.
The at; ct: non of builders and others is especial?
ly requested, that we are prepared to furnish the
above in any quantities wirti KUUII prices that
compare favoraply with New York rates.
LU. HALL A 00.,
Corner East Bay and Market streets.
^TOO?! WOOD! WOOD!
OAK, LIGHTWOOD and PINE, delivered at ro
duced rates. Woou ol' Hie best quality always on
liuud. WILLIAM SIMMONS;
woo<i Yard, Market street,
febisrj* Between State and East Buy.
jg HILDERS' DEPOT,.
No. 04 CHURCH STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
. HAIR .
SAND, AC., AC, Ac.
A substitute for Laths and Piaster, at less than
one-half the cost.
J CST RECEIVED,
300 box?s best I. C. Charcoal TTN
loo Obis. Empire Mills Plaster.
E. M. GRIM KE.
?7- Postoffice i: ix 374. I unis
Soots., Gljocs, &z.
O 0 TT"AN D SHOES.
GET THE BEST 1
GET THE BEST !
GET THE BEST 1
Buy vonr BOOTS AND SnOES at
8T EI OBS'S ,
No. 41 BROAD STrtEET. .
He makes them to order, in any style desired,
u.-lng only the bust material and wo; kmanahip.
Cupstaullv on lund, a large assortment of cus?
tom made BOOTS AND SHOttS, of all sizes.
Which disposes with shoe si hugs and elastic
MADE TO ORDER at his establishment.
Cad aud examine specimens.
declS-tUthsSmos No. 41 Broad street.
ATLAN 1 IC ~?HT)SPH?TE COMPANY
OF CHARLESTON, S. C.
F. J. PORCHER, P. j. PELTER,
IliKKCTfiKS.-W. LE H BY, IV. P. HALL, L. ?. DE
SAUSSURE, B. G. I* I NC KN EY.
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES are now bel?g
manufactured at their works -n Ashley River,
under tho directiou of an ezpeuenced and practi?
The Company Intend thia to be a first-class fer?
tilizer, ami one winch can be recommended to
The Company are also prepared t . manufacture
ACID PHOSPHATE for composting with cntton
This preparation ls highly recommended by
chem Isis, as wita lt Planters are euablud to make
their own fertilizers.
The ATLANTIC' PHOSPHATE ls sold at $38 per
ton, cash, or ?do on time. with, m wrest at the rate
of one per cent uer month. . .
Tue ACID l'HO-?PTlATK ls s'UH at $85 per ton,
cash, or ?40 On time, with interest at the rate of
one per ceut. per month.
PfcLZBR. RODGERS A CO.. General Ascents,
rlcc3l-4mos Brown's Wharf. Charleston, s. C.
p E R U V I A N GUANO.
For sale a lot of A No. 1 Chincha W i n i GU ANO,
in store and toarrive. U)Ul-> Mc LA IN,
joni No. 31 Broad s.iect.
?* J QmsmentB. *
^?J|DEMP qjp Musi?. j
1 WO fflMJOMPERFORMANCES I ,?
MITINEE AT 2CTCL0CK-EV"ENI*T'r AT ?T
Lase Appearances or ihe Great An...ts,
ROSE AND HARRY WATKINS.
S AT G RD A? AEIERNOQN.. io r jjj?.a ccomiuo J a ?
ti on of families and schools, the beautiful Domes?
tic Drama of Life, Love and Adveutures, inter?
spersed with charming Music and Si >ng, entitled
* KATY "D A R L I S6[
Or, POT TOURS ELP IN HER- PLACE.
Katy, (with songs.) Rose Watkins. Andy, Harry
EVENING, at 8 o'clock, the Great Original Dra?
matic Version of rhe Popular Roman?a,
HIDDEN nAND; Or, OLD VIKGINIA AS IT WA3.
Capitols and Wool, (their origlnahobaracters,)
Rose and Harry Watkins.
Few Dramas have taken such a popular hold
upon the public mind as this Grand Comic Crea?
tion, which never fails to elicit the most enthusias?
tic demonstrations of delight. No one should fall
to witness this carnival of Fun, Frolic, Music,
Dance and Song: feb*
T. CECILIA SOCIETY.
A BALL will be given at the Hall of the German
Freundsthaftsbund, on THURSDAY EVENING, Feb?
ruary 9, 1871, instead of Tuesday evening, Feb-, |
ruary 7, "as bei etofore advertised.
T. PINCKNEY LOWNDES,
Jan4-6_ Secretary and Treasurer.
? GRAND MASQUERADE BALL
WiD ie given on MONDAY, February 13,1871, at
the Academy of Music.
Tickets can be bad from th?Oommittee:
J. H. OETJEN, Chairman.
F. W. METER, C. OTTEN,
W. E. KLEIN, F. HAESLOOP,
J. STEFFENS, C. SCHMETZBR,
C P. GARDNER.
A fine Brass Band will be bi attendance.
Positively no Tickets sold at the door.
^^?fSL B Y~ \)T^c\TWlTTt
SHIP BROKER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 78 EAST BAT,
CORNER NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
FREruUT? for Foreign and Domestic Ports
procured at best market rates.
Strict attention given, and liberal advances
made OE all consignments. All orders faithfully
executed. . feb4-stalh.
PAINTER AND DECORATOR.
Orders- received at A. 0. BARBOT'S Drug
Store, No. 43 Broad .street. ._Jan21-lmo
NAVAL STORES, COTTON, LUMBER AND BICE.
Charleston, S. C.
auir24 s _.* *_
JL- L UNS FORD, CABINET-MAKER
. and UPHOLSTERER, begs leave to inform
the people of'Charleston, and of the State, that
be ls still carrying on his old business, at Nb. 31
Queen street. He can make or r pair a piece of
Furulture-of any daeortptlon. He also manufac?
tures new MATTRESSES and renovates old ones.
Cane Chair-bottoms replaced by an experienced
workman. Customers muy rely upon the per?
formance of work lu a ffrompt and faithful man?
ner. Price for renovating a Moss Mattress, large
hizo, $3 60; Hair Mattresses, $i; Cotton or Wool
Mattresses, $5. Persons having this work to be
done are assured that the contents of mattresses
will not be exchanged for cheap or ipferlor arti?
cles. J. L. LUNSFORD, P. B. H.
Jg ALL, BLACK & CO.,
Nos. 565 and 667 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Of the best, quality and at LOWEST PRICES,
doods sent per Expresa, C. O. D.
Sfaospapevs, ?Hagauses, Ut.
JJ U R A L CAROLINIAN.
High Farming Without Manure, E. M. Pendle?
ton; Experiments with Fertilizers, E. B. Smith;
Practical Experience in Haming. S. W. Evans;
Common Sense applied to Farming, Hobkirk; Ex?
pel lenee with Turnips, R. Clilsolm; Is the South a
Stock Country? D. w. Aiken; Nut Bearing Trees
of thc South, S. B. Buckley.
And numerous orher articles and much valua?
Subscription, $2 per annum.
febl Charleston, s. G.
OU T H ERN DYE ?O4USE.
A new FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opened
at NO.-.I69 King street,- where DYEING la aU col?
ors, and Cleautng of all kinds is done at the
shortest notice* aha la the best style.
I. BILLER, French Dyer.
No. 350 King street, near corner George street.
?roceriis, tiqeors, &z.
HEAP AS THE CHEAPEST!
COOD AS THE BEST \
Is the universal verdict pronounced upoii
0 S T ES D O It F F ' 3 PRIZE G ROUER IES
N. B.-All goods delivered free of charge.
PRIZES ! PRIZES! PRIZES!
Not brass jewelry either, given with all sales of
one dollar, at
OSTENDQRFF'S PRIZE GROCERY,
Northeast corner of Rutledge avenue and Cannon
jCUOUB, SIDES. SHOULDERS, HAMS,
PORK, COFFEE, SUGAR, Ac.
JEFFOR'DT & CO.,
NOS. 17 and 19 VENDUE RANGE, OFFER AT
LOWEST MARKET RATES:
600 bbls. Fresh Ground FLOUR
26 hims. Choice Clear RU> sides
20 hhda. Prime .-moked Shoulders
10 tierces Choice S. C. Ham's
IO tierces Pure Leaf Lard
25 bbls. Heavy City Mess Pork
sc.ooo pounds Prime Dry Salt Sides
lo,ooo pounds Dry --alt Bernes
100 sa< ks Rio Coffee
160 bills. Refined Sugars
loo cases 2 and 3 lb. Fresh Tomatoes
75 cases Fiesh Peaches
loo cases. 1 and 2 tb, Fresh Oysters.
JJxLNNlS'S ACME RYE WHISKIES.
Messrs. H. S. HANNIS A CO., of Philadelphia,
ever intent to Improve on the qualities rr their
WHISKIES, can lay claim to producing some of
the choicest In the coantry, and having rendered
the pnces such as to to make them available for
every class of trade and for general use oder the
celebrated Acme brands or CABINE I , NECTAR.
XX XX. XXX, XX and'X, through us, as their sole
ag eu; s tor this city and the State 0. South Caro?
lina, at the most advantageous prices sud terms.
OLACIUS A WITTE, No. 130 Bast Bay.
60 BARRELS AS? 26 HALF BARRELS OF THE
ABOVE ON HAND NOW.
JUST r.'N !
A Large Lot of
NEW, HYSONS, SOUCHONGS AND OOLONGS,
Taken ont of bond after the reduction of the
tariff. JOHN H UR KA MP A CO.
jfttytetim timare, &z.
fi % MM T
po TO w ru so irs:
M" - - ?or SU8?B8, TEAS, 00PPEB8.
Goto WILSONS T?r Hao8i strips, Bacon.
Go to WILSON? ForB^tpatterat46cap?nnd.'
oo to WILSON* For win?, Bran*?, Liquors.
Go to WILSON'S For can?ed Fruits, Jellies.
Go to WILSON'S por ?? Lat?? novelties.
Go to WILSON'S For that Dollsx'Teal
Go to WILSON'S ye R?onomit Ai Housekeepers.
Go to WILSON'S, ye oi united Parse.
Go tp W?LSOJ^^j lni*ri and Society street?.
Go to WILSON^^ get yoar Qoods antlered free.
Go to WILSON'S For aU your Groceries.
Go to WIL5 ON'S, ^ doubtful and be convinced.
Go to WILSON'S, Ko charge for looking.
Go to WILSON'S, ^ doubt no more.
Go to corn? Soolety and Anson streets,
Go to WILSON'S,^ gee tbe'prlK ugda! Biscuit?.
GO to WILSON'S,
Go to WILSON'S
And get your money's worth.
Go to WILSON'S, '>2l
Corner Anson and Society streets.
"jQICKSON'S COTTON SEED.
UOOO bushels of DICKSON'S COTTON SEED.
For sale by W. HrWaNNAMAKBR, St. Matth?
ew's, S. C., at 7* cents pe* bushel.
Reference-Pelzer, Rodgers A Co., Charleston,
J^EMONS! LEMONS I
30 botes Messina LEMONS. '->
Landing from Steamer Manhattan. For saleby
JOHN F. O'NEILL; ^f*
feb2-tbsm3_No. 167 East Bay.
1700 sacks Liverpool SALT. Landing from Ship
Muscongus. For ?ale by
jania_ VT. J. KEBR-ACQ.
jyVERPOOL S*ALT AFLOAT.
4000 sacks Liverpool SALT, ?
Just received per bsrk Vinco, and for sale in
lots to suit purchasers by
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
jagg_;_ Central Wharf.
?OAL AT S8 75-PER TON DELIVERED.
2u? tons Grate and Stove COAL, delivered in
any part of tbe city at $8 70 per ton. Landing this
day. Apply to . J. A. ENSLOW & CO.,
feb2 . No. lil East Bay.
Xj"| ASTERN HAY.
soo bates EASTERN HAY. Landing and for
sale by J. A. ENSLOW * co.,
feba_ No. 141 East Bay.
1 '8 - THE ? 7 1
ls considered the best ever introduced in this cliy.
This is the opinion of all who nave .tried them.
ls warran ted-Mf they do not prove what is claim?
ed for them, the money win be refunded.
ia cured expressly for the undersigned, and. no
expense has been spared to make them superior
to all other H ami
are pu : up in thin glased canvass, and run from
eight to twelve pounds each. We Invite every?
body to try
cured expressly fox
' EVERT E. BEDFORD, *
janii_No. 376 King street.
Jj ! A li 0 N. D HAMS.
BONELESS BREAKFAST STRIPS.
CHOICE SMOKED BEEF.
SMOKED BEEF TONQUES.
For sale by
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
Late Wm. S. Corwin A Co.,
janll_'_No. -275 King street"
J? I N . G WILLIAM
Just received at KING WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAC?
TORY, No. 310 King street, near Society street, a
lame and complete assortment or Leaf, Chewing
and Smoking TOBACCO, cigarettes, Snuff, Pan.
Ac. Havana aud Domestic Cigars imported and
manufactured by WM SCRRoDER, who respect?
fully Invites the attention or chewers and smokers,
and traders, wholesale and retail, to a stock fully
comprising every variety ol quality aud oricea,
rrom the cheapest to the highest grade, waten ls
offered at the lowest cash rates. A<1 orders from
tue country will receive prompt attention and
shipped a Ot D., or at thirty days* city accept?
ance^_- . deci3-6moa
JJ^A H. W. CATHER WOOD'S
EXTRA FINE PORE OLD
In order to-facHttate the supply of our PURE
OLD ?MONONGAHELA-RYE WtfLSKIRS to our
former numerous customers at the Sooth, we
have appointed Messrs. H. G ERD S A CO. our
Agents, who, by this arrangement are enabled to
supply the trade at pri?es which will insure satis?
faction. H. A li. IV. OATHERWOOD.
The an bec ribera take pleasure to inform their
customers and the trade generativ tn at they have
atm a few barrels of the Mesera. CATHRRWOOD'S
FINE OLB MONONGAHELA WHISKIES on hand,
which ha? had the benefit ol a Southern summer's
heat. Have also received recently one hundred
barrels of various grades, at reduced prices.
' H. GE KOTS ? CO.,
dec20-tnths3moa No. 196 East Bay.
^ GOOD ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
GREENVILLE, S. C.,
Has tne largest, real, circulation of any paper
In that section. Subscription price *i a year.
G. E. ELFORD, Editor aad Proprietor.
O. G. WSLLSr Aaaociato Editor! a